17 Burst results for "Jon Hurwitz"

"jon hurwitz" Discussed on Ask Me Another

Ask Me Another

05:32 min | 9 months ago

"jon hurwitz" Discussed on Ask Me Another

"Downside of this by the way like it was an uneventful pitch. It made it across the plate. And so then you don't end up on sportscenter but you do these things to promote the show. You have coming out right cards. We did it in conjunction with sunnyside which takes place in queens and my characters and mets fan. But because i didn't do anything wrong. It didn't trump on sportscenter so then like oh. Maybe i shouldn't have hired the coach. You get the ground so you were just talking about sunnyside. Yes you have a new show that you write produce and star in solves sunnyside you play. Garrett mody a disgraced new york city councilman who gets booted from office and then ends up deciding to tutor a group of immigrants. Were studying for the exam to become a citizen so first of all why. Why did you decide to set. The show in queens. Well i live in new york. I mean the selfish reason is. I didn't want to get on a plane anymore to go to work. But the bigger reason is you know queens. The most diverse place in america it's a microcosm of not just the country but the rest of the world. I loved stories growing up that were universal because the characters were so grounded. And i always think about seinfeld. I loved seinfeld as a kid. Like every indian. Uncle is george costanza and so the the seinfeld writer so good at grounding these characters there so relatable no matter what your background is you can watch the show in love. It and i thought i would love in two thousand nineteen to do that in a in a neighborhood or a community. That's more reflective of who we are today and so setting it in queens made sense. We're looking at places like flushing which turns out to be a terrible title for show flashing. It's so we went with sunny sunnyside and you don't have to get into plane. Do you guys shoot it in queens. So we should in la okay. They called and said we're picking up your show. When are you getting out here. And i was like. What do you mean you guys when you guys coming out here. And they said no no no. You're it's way more affordable to shoot lay said really. You're going to replicate queens in los angeles. Are you not interested in doing this. I was like no. I'll be right very so cal. Your big break comes in two thousand and three when you meet one of the co creators of harold and kumar. Go to white castle jon hurwitz. Yes you meet them at a pool party he approaches. You and says whoa. You don't have an accent. Yes did you push them in the pool. So john john. John hayden the who both created the franchise. Were there and john did say. Hey you don't have an indian accent. And i just thought like what i don't even know how to i was really standoffish. I said something smart alecky and he said no no no. I saw you in van wilder. And i thought that you had an indian accent i. I'm actually surprised that you don't Because i wrote this movie called. Helen go to white castle. And i would love for you to read it. And you'd be perfect to play this character. Kumar and he told me about it he and he and hayden and i said yeah. I'd love to read it. i read it. They sent it to me. This is before it went out onto the market. And i call them and i said this is amazing. Like this guy is incredible. You're never going to sell it in hollywood because trust me like nobody wants like the brown and yellow guys like it leads in the movie. They've told me to my face telling you and he said in very new jersey fazul like no. We're going to sell this to studio but speaking of representation in film and tv a couple years ago on twitter you decided to share a bunch of your audition episodes that you would for different rules over the years. That were wildly stereotypical and some of them were just outright offensive. And you wanted to let everyone know what it was like out there. When were those auditions taking place They probably would have been what from ninety to twenty eleven. Oh wow two thousand nine. Maybe okay. I was going to put them all in the nineties. Yeah so it's it's more frightening. Not a lot of these types of things still happen. Not just because they don't have meaning more doesn't mean they're not still happening know exactly. I think we all think it's getting better but there's a long way for sure. Yeah so in two thousand nine. You left the series house to take a job at the white house with the obama administration. And you your position is the associate director at the white house office of public engagement. First of all. Why did you this. So two thousand seven. The democratic primary had an equal number of candidates really wide field. I think it was twelve different candidates at the time and all the screenwriters went on strike in two thousand seven as well so we couldn't shoot episodes of house beyond a certain point and olivia wilde. Who was very politically active and still is she said. Hey i i'm going to an obama event. You wanna come with me. i. I know you've read his book city. I read his book. Said i'm not interested not interested in getting involved in politics. And i have a plus once you should just come so i went to this event with a really actually liked it. It was nice to see. No press there. Anything was enamored enough by his campaign and the no lobbyist money. And all of that at that point in so i'll do three days in iowa before the caucus i went in october of two thousand seven and then he won and there's an opportunity to serve in the white house and i you know. What are you going to say. No mr president. I've never stolen movie to make. That's the abridged version of a stone. Move tonight and you left. Briefly to make the stoner movie. Yes.

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"jon hurwitz" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

The Adam Carolla Show

03:04 min | 2 years ago

"jon hurwitz" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

"Commercial richest world go you Baldy, you're out lazy. I you're gone because I said, so I who graduated El Camino real high school with a C minus average who've been divorced three times. I'm telling you out, and there's not a God damn thing. You can do about it. And that's what we've decided is a good thing. They consist you some nicely dressed Malays woman, bathing suit. I don't know they just decided and once they decide and all so dumb, people decide and you try to explain dig in hard at the martyr more, right? Part of being dumb as being more. Right. Yes. When when you argue over in the Corolla and spouse category, both these songs reasonable, Bruno Mars one good one bad. And that I never wanna hear the luck data heaven. I don't like that song to me. It's an obvious winner. That is I one funk it is so settling Tori, which. The one that once. This is the matchup. We're giving are coming or commentary are picks. Right. I get it. But which Bruno Mars, sewn do we hate which unto lot? Well, it's about us or you. I love uptown funk, you think it's derivative and yes. Love downtown funk down to have fun Garrity. The second song I like better than the first song, which makes us. Different. Yeah. I don't know why that's doesn't bother me. At all. Bruno Mars will our next to songs from the intro conference songs. Written to introduce bits on the show. The first one reminds us that the original intro to this game was a certified fresh falsetto. With the fresh. Yeah. I missed that one hundred. Lock beaten that one. But let's see showcasing richest range our next. Tune highlights his old tiny chops..

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"jon hurwitz" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

The Adam Carolla Show

04:05 min | 2 years ago

"jon hurwitz" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

"But it's an inherently. Flawed system, which is if you tell like, a, prima Donna athlete. Hey, come do the podcast and they show up fifteen twenty minutes early and they have to just sit around for fifteen or twenty minutes ago Adams running late or he's bloviating. And you gotta wait or whatever they'll get Pissy about it because the prima donnas. Now, they'll sit on a sofa. Get kinda mad about it running routes and the ball never shows up. That's got up. Sort of born to fail when I take that is so I think this is an absolutely fair point. So if you're owed L Beckham or your Brown or whoever. You're always open by virtue of the fact that you have a forty four inch vertical. Leap and you can catch ball with one hand. There is no you've got a db on you. That's five ten and one hundred seventy one pounds your open that ball comes near you, at least in your mind. You'll just go get it never anything, man. You had a guy on. Yeah. So we couldn't destroy it. Anyway, I would've got it. Yeah. So right. And they're and they're also because of the position they're playing their isolated hence on an island when they talk about the Cornerbacks who are trying to cover these high and wide receivers you're left out on an island. They don't know I've talked to receivers and corners about this. They they don't know what's going on on the line of scrimmage, a good three hundred pound man who leans up against other large men and does a good job. But they don't know anything about that. They only know exactly what you're saying. I'm running my fastest fifty yards down the field. And if you just the liver me the ball on time, I'm gonna catch it, right? Get raw about that. And throw the out to the fullback. Swing out to the flat doesn't move colds it, cradles it with both hands dives for the ground. I do I do like it when the husky white fullback gets the ball. And it's like, I get it. You're not toting the rock thirty four times a game. But have you had the football before? You are in the pros. The only thing whereas in that major league baseball pitchers who surely were the star of their high school team. They were the best slugger in whatever division they were playing in high school. They were the best hitter by far probably bad at seven hundred when they get the major league baseball. They go into that batter's box. It looks literally like they've never held a bat. Why are you? So why is this look so four into you? You're a football guy. You carry the ball a lot at at sectional Michigan university. You went to or God forbid the pop Warner level. Right. You you you had two hundred and fifty yards a game. Why why is it seeing? Football. I love the guy. Scott the ball. He looks a little surprise. And then his move is. Like, I got hold it. It's ties came with both hands. And I gotta get down to the ground as fast as possible for something bad happened itsel, right? Because they know because you know, the answer they because if they fumble it's like, well that was a bad idea for this season. Maybe next probably two seasons before we let you touch it again. Right. So to keep the analogy going if I was like told go out on stage and Tele killer joke. Told the killer joke, and then I looked up and everyone had their back turned to me. And they're watching sports center at the bar, the TV or something I'd go like oh. And then they went don't worry about it. Just do another really killer joke, and I'd be like, I don't know if I feel if I do three those in a row and they're still watching sports center at the bar. I'm not doing a fourth one. And if I come back stage a little bit piss come come on. I'm working here. So right. Yeah. I think that's I think yes, it's funny because it's the money that makes the average person who watches sports on TV resentful of the multimillionaires. Like AB doesn't want that levian bell doesn't want that money..

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"jon hurwitz" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

The Adam Carolla Show

01:44 min | 2 years ago

"jon hurwitz" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

"It's weird because I've heard two thousand stories about the first Woodstock and never heard like in the infield there by the main straight away, or I would've known the Watkins Glen that would've jumped out to me fusion. Bevo Bethel our right? Oh, man. Look at that guy is head of Hey still. can still have those is poor thing. Does he look like is a good looking dude? He looks like James Franko, gestion culture. Yeah. Well, not to cap to keep it hidden prime condition. Sad. All right. Oh, speaking race car drivers Patrick Dempsey's coming in here tomorrow. All right. Let's bring it home, Gina grand Gina grad. And that's the news. Have you pussies gonna stink? That was the news with Gina grad Dempsey, confront him. When he comes in because I was interviewing him about the Newman dock and Patrick do ton of racing is this was at the Rolex historic vintage race. I said how about how about some vintage racing man. And he went to dangerous. And I. Well, I got a wrap this up because I gotta get my car. So thank you for that parting gift, but I think he meant it and he's got a team. And I think he's run them off you times. He's I think he podium Lamont on what exactly that means? I mean his class. He got third or better in his class. Maybe one glass, we'll figure it out anyway, Porsche got don't call it portion front of him. It'll upset.

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"jon hurwitz" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

The Adam Carolla Show

04:16 min | 2 years ago

"jon hurwitz" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

"Sorry. Just score there. Amac's pat. Oh my God. We've all time nine point. Oh, everybody. Movie of all time the rarely seen nine point. I never done a thing that is cracked a seven six or seven seven. I think the hammer is like a seven four seven everything is everything is seven between seven two and seven seven. So my nine point o on. I m d. I will taste niff- worthy. Very good. And you guys can go find that on chassis to us as and why or Amazon or I tunes or whatever. Like, all right. We have the Forbes article for Vinnie here. An argument about a for a long time. I can tell you that back in the day like done like what two day or something cholesterol. Always wasn't to today was like it was like two weeks week or a two eight today would have been considered a lot. Oh, height of the cholesterol era. It would have been eight why serve whatever. Whatever this. Yeah. So Dr drew is been on the whole AIG and meet whatever in Dr drew had Dr Drew's a- doctor. He's lived, no, he has a cholesterol issues and high cholesterol and on cholesterol medication. He monitored his cholesterol. He didn't have an issue. His father had an issue. So drew just put himself on right to make it. Correct. And Matt Deandra not good, man. It just man he also has done the same thing. And also one of these guys who got his blood. Work or whatever. And it's a very funny thing. So he went in and he got his blood check year after he was on the Vinnie diet, and his cholesterol was down the good cholesterol's up the bad stuff, low the testosterone is up, and it's so funny how dug in physicians are because he saying to physician all the she's like these numbers are off the charts. Are what are you taking? And he's like, it's just meet aches, you know, all protein cut out the carbs, and she's like, oh, okay. But but but take it easy on the bacon and the eggs. I would you please. And he's like that's why these numbers are so good over the last year. Okay. But have a bran Muffin, would you please? And it's like, it's it's the numbers are being presented, and we're still sort of locked into that dogma VIN Vinny. And I were doing their shows together. I was quite about my cholesterol because I hadn't gotten the results yet back yet. But mike. Went down sixteen points. And by the way, low cholesterol is not the goal because now they're finding out, and I have a home movie coming out on this where it shows that, you know, there is really the correlation and causation doesn't show where cholesterol will actually kill you. We need cholesterol to live. It's one of the situations where if you don't take it your body will make it as a matter of fact, I whilst an expert into the studio last night that will be an Dr drew show. I think next week this guy day Feldman who showed that he can eat high cholesterol and make us cholesterol. Go down the quote, unquote, low density, lipids LDL's, the so-called bad cholesterol. So all of this stuff is being debunked by the day. But what happens is that you have a lot of organizations who have so much invested us. You have the the American Heart Association who would have to come in and say, okay, American public. We've been wrong for the past sixty years. Sorry, we killed you. Parents. And you grandparents but wolves they can't just do that. And so they get backed up by the W H O the World Health Organization and the American diabetes association. They will all back up each other. And then you go read JAMA and all these different journals, and they're all in cahoots together. Because no one wants to admit that we've been we've killed more people than hitler-stalin Mussalini altogether. Hold on max pad. Do you have that the AIG Arctic? So this is a Forbes article that came out earlier this month just want set the table here Vinnie, sir..

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"jon hurwitz" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

The Adam Carolla Show

03:27 min | 2 years ago

"jon hurwitz" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

"Trust healthy life expectancy social support and generosity. And apparently, it's not just for native born people in Finland they say they also have the happiest immigrants as well. We did not make the list the US came in nineteenth. Would you like to know who the least happy countries are? Yeah. I would. There's any. Not that tropical. Well, the whole country's. Yes. Yeah. Might be on some. Any place? That have scary insects. Very good. God have you seen a camel spider sip size garbage, can like what those scorpions killing with your eyes. Survey's out of there is all the places with the scariest sex, those are the saddest places, not happy. What are your heard about a bad insect coming out of Finland? Never. Whoa. What's the problem? I went to Finland and I got this tick now finished ticks. There's no anything. So rounded out the bottom of the one hundred fifty six countries, the least happy people in the country as as this report says Rwanda Tanzania, Afghanistan, Central African Republic and south Sudan is this. Is it all and also I don't you know, we did the the way they measure it. I didn't like the incumbent at the top. I'd like to slide it down toward the middle and the happiness department. I don't feel like there's a direct link being destitute and poor not having clean water something that'll make you happy. But I'm saying money. I don't know. I feel like the other things on the list the community and all the others, generosity the leg. However, it kind of balances it out because there's income and their social support more income over the course of your life. You've got into our cheerful out ball Vic over here. Hype them. It's a factor might not be the main factor. But yeah. Finally, hold routine. We have you guys. Let's see an N reports said about sixteen hundred people have been secretly filmed in their motel rooms in South Korea with the footage live streamed online for paying customers to watch. According to police two men have been arrested and another pair investigated in connection with the scandal, which involves forty two rooms thirty accommodations ten cities around the country. Police said there's no indication that the businesses themselves were complicit in this scheme. The man show bid of me opening Mon Cobra KAI teaching the kids karate, I forgot about this. The three just put it on my screen play it for this Adam Corolla substitute karate teacher. My name. Sunday. Adam I'm going to teach you the art of. Rear front. Kick left right cabbage. Patch eagle. Let me give you a real world scenario. Let's say you're in the milk line at school bully comes up behind him. Once you're change. Let's say you're at the beach.

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"jon hurwitz" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

The Adam Carolla Show

01:46 min | 2 years ago

"jon hurwitz" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

"My trainer, and he's dating my ex wife and everybody would just look at us and our go. I didn't know it. But always a weird situation. It's time weird when you have kids, and they're about the age, your parents broke up and your parents got stepparents and new new. Remarried level about it's almost unthinkable. Like, I could not picture like sunny nudes. Living in the house in the town. Eventually. All right. I got so much to get to. Let's go let's do about this. Let's hit this egg thing, I'll let Vinnie and and also crash the Sarah Lawrence thing are they still there. We'll keep a progress report. How long have they been there? They want. They want something by April. So yeah. All right. And what I know about this Forbes eggs article that I saw making around also good news in the IMDB front. And we always talk about everything is between seven two and seven seven. Somebody tweeted me, not tackle bell material. My stand up special. They tweeted me the IMDB score and elect all kind of look for that. I tell you. Oh, they're just do it on the bigger the homepage say that we'll wait. I'll tell you about brother Inc. Vestment tank printer happens. To all of us right before deadline. Keep presentation printer runs out Inc. Tired of the frequent expensive hassle replacing ink cartridges brother Inc..

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"jon hurwitz" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

The Adam Carolla Show

04:01 min | 2 years ago

"jon hurwitz" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

"And no one says squat. No politician will get near it. Nobody will say a word about it. Now, there's also one of those indicators that you can go. Well, it doesn't come in the form of a Bank statement. But just it you just think back every time you show up on a college campus, I speak on some college campuses. Sometimes we've been to Harvard we've been to Yale like we're driving from one part of the country will stop in poker head in. We've been to Penn State and always building. Pat, UCLA there's a couple of cranes out front unrecognizable to me when I walk on the campus, always building. So it's like if you have a neighbor's house, and it's like, we're putting a third story on and we're putting a we're putting a lap pool in the back like that guy's business is working on Stanley working on the house when you look at what's going on. I'm sure you guys have been talking about this side door that's been happening with the singer guy and the news, right? You've touched on it today. So the problem with that when you get right down to it as people have been giving money to get into the quote unquote bag door for years. So I've always said if you go to university, and you see someone's name on a building they had an idiot kid who couldn't get in. So they built that wing. Right. So you can go see who the families are just go look at the names at the colleges. Right. The kristen. Money back, then they they were making the back door money, then like the side door money because singers taking money out of their pockets right at thirty seven billion, you could basically have free tuition for the rest of your existence. Probably providence more about this than I I heard recently this Harvard, basically, stop charging tuition because their endowment is. So like, you said there's so enormous. I don't know how it works. And I shouldn't really say a lot because my kid may be going there for law school. We're still waiting for them to come in. But she's got into it every other school. So she'll be getting in. It's I know in the law school that it's not about paying tuition is how much money they're going to give you because they want the top sherve course, people there. Harvard. Yeah. I don't know how the grad works and her dad's graduate, so her actual damn step that so then we know wasn't you? Yeah. My kim. She call you Vinnie. She calls me. Yeah. That's the weirdest part with the stepparents as I have two of them to they they pick up the phone and the biological. Parents don't pick up the phone, and then I have to decide what to call my dad. So I can either say is Jim there. But it's a little weird or I can say my dad's my dad that sounds weird to me because if your biological mom you'd say is dad there. Yeah. But now you have to add the my I don't know why you're back when you were kid when you had the other parent, did you call them other first name or I had a step dad who did introduce himself. He didn't talk my stepdad didn't talk. So we have to really worry about that. And my step mom. I think just called I called them by their name. But I never had introduce some Tanny one because we never went out. They never go anywhere. I was so I didn't have to go like oh. And here's my step mom, which I always went with maybe it's just possessive and just because you know, I'm kind of a momma's girl. But I would never say this is my step mom. I'd say this is my dad's wife, it's the so new awesome. Confusing. I get along really well with her real, dad. Right. And as a matter of fact, he's now my attorney for a lot of stuff that I do. But before that, I started I became his trainer back when I was still training a lot of people. So we will go to school events is sitcom it really is we go to school events, and he would go this is Vinnie..

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"jon hurwitz" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

The Adam Carolla Show

03:56 min | 2 years ago

"jon hurwitz" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

"And everything else. Colleges are quietly. You know, we're always worried about the man and corporate America these companies ripping off people in their offshore accounts into achieving attack colleges. Don't make it on anyone's radar. They have billions of dollars. Yeah. These these colleges have Billy? I don't even know why you're charging essentially tuition when you have billions in your kitty their charging with they default on the loan. They still get paid. They're not eating on it. They should be in on the loan. The government takes the ripping kids off it's insanity. And and because they're Akkad a'mia everyone's grow. So don't worry about them. We hey, we got Amazon they wanna move into New Jersey. Now, we got a problem here. But what about all and all the money, and they're taking the people are signing up for loans that can't pay back and everything else. We didn't nothing not a peep not a word from what I understand. If you go, you know, if you file for bankruptcy that does not include your student loan aimed goods pretty much everything, but your student loan. It's an incredible racket flies under the radar. Yes. And they do as much lobbing any oil company does and his word one about them. It's like they were sacred cow that no one's allowed to look into people. Never stop talking about money, and who has more money than other people in. Why is why why prescription medication? So why is that so expensive? You know, somebody go looking up or go looking if is okay good. Now, let's look into other people have a whole bunch of money. It is the worst when it comes to. They haven't endowment. It's billions upon billions. And that's every time. I come in and yell about these epidemiological studies on health. They're always shoved through Harvard in that guy wall to Willett who runs that department just takes millions for himself not for the university millions from Unilever and craft and all these companies to push these VIN wise, pasta thing pastas, good for your health. It all comes through that. And there is not just a college is making billions these guys are making millions of top of it. It's this. It's this crazy racket where because we've decided because you have a job and you go my job is to help blind puppies, find their tennis balls, and you go I like that. And then what do you do I build pipelines that carry oil through Alaska? Tundra matic. All right. Well, I make. Prescription medication that keeps people alive. For poppies. Meanwhile, the guys are training the blind puppies. Find the tennis balls are ripping off everyone right to the same. Tune that everyone else is but we kind of like puppies. And we don't like fossil fuel focus all our on. You guys who ironically, we need for heat and transportation and trucks with food being carried upon it and everything else in life. But we're gonna Chris that we're gonna come down on these guys like hammers. And then these guys you fly under the radar for as long as your life. Do you guys want to guess how big Harverson dominance? It's the biggest endowment. According to US news and World Report last year. I I'll go last I have three billion dollars. Yeah. I wouldn't even know I'll say five billion. I think it's over twenty billion dollars. It's thirty seven billion dollars as of last year. So so maybe four bigger, and by the way, the way they don't come correctly. I know more about this than you know, they could actually. Make more money, but they don't invest it the right way. So that money's just flowing tax free to being. Yeah. Yeah. A little their little sort of what game there's also indicators..

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"jon hurwitz" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

The Adam Carolla Show

01:33 min | 2 years ago

"jon hurwitz" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

"Progress progressive movement, it's right in the title. It never stops the stuff you think is insane sounding will sound like nothing ten years from now. It's just keep going. No, it can't it can't keep going. Arash, Italy, everyone's going to get in the ACTA, gone and out. But I mean, you know, back back in the day. They were doing this over the Vietnam war not over rice crispy treats at the cafeteria free for everyone like it was 'cause the point is the 'cause there was a cause. And now there's not a cause. But there's the energy of a cause. And that's where it it show go, and it's been weaponize. And look, I I'm not sure why everyone needs to negotiate with everyone. And I feel the same way of like it's a human chain of people lay down on Wilshire boulevard to block a good. Take a gut damn hose, you'll get a skip loader and take them to fuck in the who's cow to do just get him out of there. And and hopefully, the message will now be sent to the next group of people want to stop everyone from getting home on their commute in terms of college. Is it just all about money if they crack down on the kids, the parents pull the kids out the parents stop with the? Endowment fund is that just what it comes down to are. I think they're running a college of business. I think the business the customers are the kids, and that's part of the problem in colleges in a world where we're just talking about free tuition. And everyone's got these huge student loans built up.

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"jon hurwitz" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

The Adam Carolla Show

03:30 min | 2 years ago

"jon hurwitz" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

"Workshops for them throughout the academic year uses Jay, look, folks, there's a Certa there's a micro macro of a breakdown and the authority in the rule of law. There's a sort of rule of law that takes place at home or dad's dad, and because I said so and this is how we do it. And you don't eat in this room, and you have the rules and it's lights out. And again, it's a lot of because I said so the because I said so thing became the first thread in the sweater of the unraveling of rule of law. Because. In another time in a galaxy far far away the damages come and go lights out ten o'clock. And then the little girl the little boy would go. Hey, it's Saturday night. What game we and I have to shut the life. I don't have school tomorrow. And then the dad say because I said so and then even leave and that was that. But at certain point started looking at your kid is a buddy in an equal travel partner and a business partner support sport kid. And so the kid said why ten o'clock it's it's a weekend. And you went because we got early day tomorrow. We're playing soccer with that that that didn't help. So we're playing soccer tomorrow at eight AM and the kid went, well, I can still go to bed before midnight and get up by seven thirty and get eight hours sleep. And then the dad went, well, let's both pull up a bowl of mini frosted mini wheats and really hashes out. And that so they sat on the foot of the bed. Eating many weeds watch. Being their favorite Netflix show and explaining that. Well, okay, why don't we call it? Ten thirty. Let's compromise. The kid went how about eleven thirty and the dad. And we opened up a dialogue when they're never should've been dialogue opened up. And now kids have the idea that they can open that dialogue up with any thority any adult anyone who's keeping the lights on or keep keeping the Cape is up and running or cop or their parents. So they just bring that outside of the house. And now they have a list of demands. And like in like, you're saying it's not even that they're going out into the world saying why why why they're saying because I said, so yes, they grew up in a horrible environment. Where they're able to have their voice was everything and the kids are future, and they're going to have a dialogue with everyone. And now that dialogue turns into a list of demands they just arrest these people. I mean, we we have deposited running at this point graduates Vinnie. I'm glad you brought that up because the last section. I have is protection for students says the colleges work study employer will respect students right to protest during the week of the sit in and in the future the inst-. Itution will not use the threat of expulsion removal of positions held in student government or any other forms of punishment in retaliation for civil disobedience and speaking of demands, we demand the college release a formal annotated response to our demands that will be presented to students in a face to face meeting. No later than v when we get back from Greg. Back cancun. We're gonna have to put we're gonna have to put this down and talk about it finished. Gotta luck brow lose weight stop. Where does it doesn't? It does is got to know we have saved Frick grass..

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"jon hurwitz" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

The Adam Carolla Show

04:50 min | 2 years ago

"jon hurwitz" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

"Was telling John this story, I kidnap semi Davies junior in nineteen seventy seven on a Charlie's angels episode, and we were talking about the west and all and he's a really fast draw and he gave me Bamut. Sammy gave me his double rig created by Arvo Jolla, and and and this movie once upon a time in Hollywood is about the about the westerns with thirty five westerns on network television primetime in the sixties. And basically this movie has a lot to do. With Brad Pitt who's stuntman of the Capri who's the western star. And anyway, the bottom line is I get this rig, and I have it and I say to myself on the morning, I'm leaving. Quitting. With like this rake. It's way too small double rig for me to put on Sammy Davis a tiny waist and Quinton. I wonder Supra Kate because I'm working with them. So via a good day that they working and a good few days. I would give him this thing. I kept it in my car. It was heaven. So I brought him this double rig that had Arvo JAL is named the holster and the bells and the gun the whole double rig one piece. No, there was no guns can bring guns on the Senate. Anyway, even though I would. There's a lot of people that kill finish. But but the bottom line was I gave him the rig and he loved it. And because it had all the holster maker Arvo Jolla made all those rigs for those characters in these which is what is movie was about, you know, and had Sammy Davis junior initials. He just was hysterical and. It just was the best experience. I've had I this is reminding me max Patty got talked to Gary who was pulling yesterday for me. The Ernie Anderson stuff. Paul Thomas Anderson, dad's stuff, love boat, and Vegas and all that. I don't want. The Charlie's angels reminded me. But the one where they're going from. I think they're going for the love boat to Vegas makes me laugh every time you are working. I I was thinking about. You're you're you're arc and I'm looking down here, and you were in gentle ban and Quincy and Cagney lacing, Kojak and gun smoking and all that stuff. And then all of a sudden you become crease, but you've been added. I mean, you were banging around for fifteen years before crease came around, right? Yeah. I played a lot of heavies, and you know. You know, you just you do them you try to make them as interesting as you can crease came along. I wish John and and Josh and Hayden were part of that game when credit came along because. I didn't present. When I saw the movie and read the script. It was just the heavy for me. I was not perceptive enough to see the value of all that. I just wasn't to me was a one dimensional heavy was a real bad guy. And you know, I did it. And all this the gift that keeps giving it is just amazing in the tent the stuff I wanted to do with the character in the movies, those three movies, John, and and an Hayden. And Josh letting me do on the series to write the character riddled with great scene from karate kid three what favorite scenes of all time. But we also have Ernie Anderson doing the Vegas one. Yeah. All right. Let's ernie. That'll make me laugh. Wednesday. Chris is an eyewitness to murder and the killer plots. Forget on jollies angel stands. Dan tennis on a ring of white slavers by. Luke show with twenty five thousand dollars. Vegas wednesday. It's always fair or they go on the lovebird ISAACs in love. So once killing showgirls Jan wants to know why? Shift gears big, you know, who has been doing Anderson pressure forever and is dead on do it. Bryan whitman. Oh god. He's the king of that makes we'll bring him in here. And he shall make me laugh because he it's it's, you know, it's kind of funny. It's it's it's Martin co vast. But it's like, it's it's Simpson's ask when they do Troy McClure, and he'd go you may know me from seeing see sunshine factory and today we kill tomorrow..

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"jon hurwitz" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

The Adam Carolla Show

02:24 min | 2 years ago

"jon hurwitz" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

"Nicaraguan name that movie with Adams buddy, Oswaldo, see if you can guess which movie this famous line is from. Can't hitting body back. If you said the karate kid. Back to the show. Margaret Cho Martin pretty cove here. Jon Hurwitz is well Martin star and John creator writer director Cobra KAI season to come to you YouTube premium that'll be April twenty fourth and can stream season one right now a good to see you guys. Get to see you. I'm trying to think of what makes a movie Certa capture the zeitgeist. Like, what are the ingredients? You know what I mean? Like karate kid. It's a good movie. And so a lot other movies that we can't think of right now that we can't we can all quote lines from and all that. And I don't know if you guys have any insights, but like what are the ingredients that make something memorable that way or capture everyone's sort of imagination for me with the karate kid was universal themes of bullying like, I think anyone can relate to sort of that. Daniel the Russo story in that first film, and I think that was something that connected to people all over the world doesn't matter if you're in this country, you're anywhere overseas. Anyone can relate to you know, the idea bullying and just being an underdog in one way or another karate kid. I think you know, it was sort of the. The relationships in the movie, the performances, the dynamic of sense as student the mentor ship, and for me, frankly, it was the, you You know. know, karate gang that is terrorizing a school. I think that that's something. That is universal in all great art. I guess you also need then an element of at some point sooner than later because my kids now turn in twelve probably already seen it. But at some point I will sit down and go now, we shall watch this together exactly which you might not do with other movies are equally as good..

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"jon hurwitz" Discussed on How Did This Get Made?

How Did This Get Made?

04:26 min | 3 years ago

"jon hurwitz" Discussed on How Did This Get Made?

"Let's be let's call spayed the first ours is like come on, man. What are we watching here? It's like it's clearly like an actor it feels very VIN. Diesel ask watch me do all that. I can do and it's fine Burgess Meredith that's why I think rocky to is the better film. And I'll tell you why. Because rocky two plays with everything that rocky one does. But better like, I just like the stakes. I like that. He's a terrible actor the commercial segments in rocky to our great like when he can't act any can't find a job like it. I don't know. There's something so much more engaging about rocky to and people sick relig-. You sit down you watch them together. You tell me because I think that. Follow is more defined. I think the fight is more interesting. I think that everything is better in that film. They talk about all of them. Yes. Rocky four is take away. Somebody doing edit of rocky four we take away the flashbacks. You take away the musical montages. You have a ten minute film. Seriously. If you take away the fights the movies only, an hour, twenty six minutes rocking four's an hour. Twenty six minutes. Literally, the first ten minutes are flashbacks to rocky three. Crazy. The music though is great rocky for really good creed too. I liked it. I think that the problem with creed too is I like, Michael Jordan so much. I wanna see more creed. I felt that was like Ivan Drago sons movie. I'm not in for that. I don't wanna be pathetic to that character. I mean, I get it. But you know, I thought them going to the desert while cool looking was dumb. What was the reason? I don't get it. I was like in rocky rocky four the only advice that Apollo's old trainer gave him was like Duke. Who was like, you gotta fight like hell, that's not fucking device. Like, let's let's get into technique here. People. Rocky two rocky two men. It's got all the good stuff rock creed. And watch Crees go the rocky too. I feel like creed would've been creed. To would have benefited from stealing a little bit more from rocky two and a little less from rocky four. What guy say Stallone good actor knows how to make it work knows how to make a good movie when he's behind the hem, directing what you directed two three four six. They're all pretty good. Ryan Kugler better director better storyteller. But unimpressive Stallone. I'm impressed with his wherewithal. We're gonna get into rocky one on on spool then a couple of weeks. Definitely check that out. But these are my thoughts that I've been dying to get out about rocky. I'm sure I got more wanna talk about all day, and I will say one more thing when when Silvester Stallone fucking fights hulk HOGAN for like a charity match. That's one of the most insane scenes I've ever seen on film. It is next level because they make whole Cogan in like, they treat it like wrestling is real. It it's paired for the most insane Zine, which I believe is the street fight at the rocky five which has Jon Hurwitz, the creator of the credit kid YouTube series says the best line. Whereas like hit me, this is dunking. They literally have a character that is done king. But not Don King, saying Deng kings lines. I don't know that you could do that only in America. That's deng. Can you just change it slightly hit me? And I'll sue and rocky hits goes full what because he has nothing. But yet he rebuilt the gym. And then how they again daydreams was that Stallone's idea was at Adrienne could. She was good cooking. We know that she's a little heavy on the garlic. We knew that. But we didn't know that you're gonna open up a restaurant. She's never shown any interest in anything. But being protective of rocky fighting. That's about the only interest is protecting this, man. Who then when the only time he starts fucking fighting rocky. Stop fighting stop being is falling your joy. Yeah. We're broke. But you're train this guy. You're gonna make a lot of money. Stop. Up. The sons got a big attitude problem too. I don't have any problems with sage's acting in that movie. I only have a problem with the character choices in that movie. Rocky son is is baby the fucking baby. Anyway. People who've my rocky thoughts see Tommy thirty for thirty. Enjoy it. Make sure you follow us on our Facebook page Facebook dot com such HEC Jim on Twitter ATM..

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"jon hurwitz" Discussed on Here & Now

Here & Now

01:51 min | 3 years ago

"jon hurwitz" Discussed on Here & Now

"That garbage you nuts man it is fan fiction it really is a great rivalry ensues humor ensues just based on these two guys at this age that still won't let go and a lot of heart and soul underneath at all cobra kai was created by jon hurwitz and fellow executive producers hayden schlossberg and josh heald hurwitz and schlossberg also created the harold and kumar film franchise healed wrote the hot tub time machine movie and even though they might have a reputation for more in your face comedy schlossberg says they're serious karate kid fans who wanted to explore something deeper part of what you learn is what makes a bad guy you know what makes a bullied the theme of bullying which is one of the main themes of the original crotty kid is that much more resonant today and we liked the idea of exploring that fem by looking at it from one of the most iconic bullies in movie histories perspective suzanne daniels global head of original programming for youtube says they new series based around films like karate kid and step up because their users already watch a lot of the video's connected to those franchise we have data that we can track on youtube search data etc watch time and we know these are arenas and stories that they're interested in in knowing more about monte of says youtube was looking to make an impact with their show i think they're looking for their house of cards they're looking for something to save arrived at the party in a franchise television the karate kid movie featured danny's bond with pat meritas mr miaki who taught him karate moves through chores like waxing cars creating a classic catchphrase on right done off left hand.

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"jon hurwitz" Discussed on Here & Now

Here & Now

02:15 min | 3 years ago

"jon hurwitz" Discussed on Here & Now

"Everyone the annual it's a crisp overcast december afternoon in an atlanta gymnasium tricked out to look like the stage for karate tournament in sunny southern california i can't reveal exactly why the tournament is so important spoilers after all but it is one of the major scenes in cobra kai and his trailer nearby star ralph macho who still looks about fifteen years younger than his real age fifty six seems pleased and a little surprised to be here because this isn't the first time someone's asked him to help create a new version of the karate kid i can't tell you the amount of times i've said no over the past thirty years everyone always has what they think is the greatest pitch to go back to the well again my theory is unless it was worthy of revisiting let legacy stand on its own the original nineteen eighty four film and its next two sequels featured macchia was danny larusso a kid with a single mom who moved to california got bullied and was mentored by a kindly karate teacher played by the late pat morita so what convinced macciotta pick up his iconic headband again thirty four years later this time it's about the bully when i look around this doj oh i don't see cobra kai material she losers as he nerds johnny lawrence the violent jerk who danny defeated in the movie is back to revive his old karate school and he's played by maccioni old co star william zappa jon hurwitz one of the series executive producers says that story twist helped convince macho they were on the something unique we weren't coming to him and saying hey let's do the karate man now instead we came in flip the script a little bit and see daniel russo through a different set of eyes in cobra kai johnny is humanized he's a loser drinking heavily and he's haunted by the way he was bullied by his former karate coach or sensei a man named john crease danny now a successful owner of luxury car dealerships cannot tolerate johnny restarting his old abusive school i just don't know why you'd ever wanna bring that cobra kai after what you just send say did to you because i'm not crease molest worked strike i know mercy real good lessons if you think i'm gonna let you fill these kids heads with.

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"jon hurwitz" Discussed on We Paid To See This

We Paid To See This

01:41 min | 3 years ago

"jon hurwitz" Discussed on We Paid To See This

"Oh so you guys can look it up if you want okay seth rogan and evan goldberg were one of the producers so as jon hurwitz bunch of different produces on this film and it definitely felt like one of those honestly like a production line comedy the ones that you don't really like that i tend to go and see that i'm like so let's get this okay we got let's get it twisted cannon don't get it twisted cannon come mechanicate cock blockers lot of producing a lot of producing well there's a lot of producing that too okay yeah so basic premise if you've seen the trailer oh guess who's in people that i love okay susan it johnson ah he isn't it he's really good actually leslie mann barunholtz yes okay there's three main and then this three young women who don't appear to be on the mdc page all the kapiti pay they have to be tell me about it i'll look at it i'm going to bet so the basic premise of the film is three parents the girls going to the program and i get wind of the fact that the girls have decided to lose their virginity on the same evening speak speak of the devil gershon yes she is in it she plays also there's a a full frontal she's married to a guy very famous actor who who gary cole yeah gary cole is full frontal in this movie frontal i need to see this moving brady yet gets his cock out he gets his co unblocked in this film they've pretty.

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