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"jonathan banks" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show
"Does better call Saul and breaking bad just been amazing. He is Jonathan Banks. The man who plays Mike Erma trout right here on the rich Eisen show. How are you, sir? How are you? Sir I'm good. Thank you very much better for talking to you. That's how I am doing. Who Are you? Who are you channeling from Mike Erma trout? Jonathan who you channeling for this character? Before we get into that every you're talking about if I may. I May. You're talking about all these motor geniuses, all these Great Athletes Jessica you know, and on you go through it all the time. Now I've been watching the local news and they these kids that have not had a chance to graduate. They're highlighting the soccer teams in the. Field hockey teams. Wonderful kids and and talented kids. I would really like to see them. I want him to him to spotlight and bring on all the guys that were seniors that were still playing on junior varsity. I'd like to see some some of the kids that are having to sling hamburgers just to get through school, I'd like to highlight some of these people okay. That's that's my. That's my pet peeve for the day that your pet peeve for the day is that that people who are not getting the spotlight? But the shaft in in what's going on in the world should get the. Yeah are you know I mean just the guys? Even if they're not getting chef, the women and the men that encourages the in the trenches, just slugging along, and and it starts. It starts in high school. It starts before high school. yeah yeah anyway. How do I channel micro now? It's okay on a second. Hold on a second hold on so before we before return there then so did you. Did you play sports in high school? Did you try at some point to to get into sports or in any way, shape or form? Play Jag yes, I played a lot of sports very poorly. I could sit on a on a bench in baseball, and I had a coach that when I said I wanted to try out for the junior class play. He said you know an all that was doing was sitting on a bench. And I and he said to me banks, he said you know all actors faggots. Yes, no, I tell you so in at like forty three. Reunion, they have you fill out a thing about who inspired you. Yes, and so I. put down, I said. I'll never forget coach systems, words, and and I really do hope that miserable bastard was still alive to read it. You know so when you say when I asked. Who are you channeling Mike Trout? Are you channeling yourself at any point.
"jonathan banks" Discussed on Extra Hot Great
"So for cannabis owed of community. I really think you've gotta look at the first couple of seasons a show coming back to form in itself. Really, no worthy. You know? It has to be stand alone. Great. And I I really don't think this. This particular episode is so let us put this to vote Sarah was on the line there. So what say use their well, I would like to offer permanent place in the canon. If my heart to the tiny has is. I just maybe if I hadn't seen the black mirror episode. But I it's not quite there. And it did not make me want to watch another one necessarily. So it is a is a mixed feelings. No. But nano, and if you thought the black mirror episode was hilarious checkout with their doing China with all this recently. So actually made this happen real life. So fun Tara. Well, just say before I give my vote, Sarah. If I normally you're slack headshot is a shot of zero. But if he wanted to change the to Jonathan banks and his tiny pink sombrero no-one with mad about it. I might have to I will say also I didn't even notice until we got to the end of this that Chevy. Chase was also not in this episode. So I wasn't mad thinking with their either. So thank you for not picking one with him. But I got rid of them at this point. Yeah. Yeah. For sure. All right. I'm also just going to say that Sarah, you should really give deadwood another shot. But. Fortunately, shut up Dave. We have to say that community season five episode as Nick predicted app development and condiments is not in extra..
"jonathan banks" Discussed on 600 WREC
"Six seven three hundred ten pounds. And that's about the average size for their their offensive line. He's a big guy out there. But they only think about their offense in line. Dave is they don't really protect that. Well because they've given up what sixteen this year? So if you can figure out a way to get after the quarterback, you could probably get him on the ground. That's why when they do pass they max-protect which means they they keep all their backs to keep everybody in trying to help the quarterback the quarterback is Jonathan banks. He's the guy that's been check sixteen times, which has hurt his rushing numbers. He can run. Usually now, though, he'll do that to get out of the way and completed. Got seven hundred ninety two yards. Only one interception. Five touchdowns and he can throw the ball deep. Yeah. He's got a strong arm. Now, his his main deal is touch his has been right there. That's why he's barely a fifty percent passer. But if they give him time to throw he's good enough to find people and they're there to receive. All the all the throws go to those two guys. Yes. Darnall mooning number one twenty two catches ninety six yards a game an average of seventeen and a half. He's had four straight games with seventy plus yards. And then you've got tearing on collide. And you say perfect for the school. Yeah. Will you know where he's from east point? I'll actually Louisiana Louisiana. Yeah. He has one thousand eight hundred career yards Mooney is the guy of the outside the guy in the slot. Keep an eye on them. And then I got a bevy of running backs three guys that will really run the ball. Brad. Wells the workhorse forty-three carries two hundred thirty eight yards and a couple of touchdowns the home run hitter is a kid who transferred from Texas Tech. He sat out last year. His name is Corey Dorothy, and he's the guy with speed averaging eleven and a half yards per carry. That is a little Darryl Henderson like and so they can put up some numbers on offense defense. We mentioned shrank may be the young defensive line, but they will bring in guys to blitz a whole bunch. The best guy is the one redshirt senior, Robert Kennedy, otherwise they got three sophomores, the linebackers are solid. And they're the ones that are Blitzer 's lookout for Zachary Harris who sort of the inside linebacker. He's. A kid from the Orleans Lawrence Graham as a backup in place a lot and he is their leading tackler with thirty one. He's another linebacker got one very very good corner in Donnie Lewis, the others in the defensive backfield may be exploited. They do have six picks, but they will give up big place. Yes, they will. Because they play a lot of man cover. They play play a lot of bump and run. They wanna stay with you. They want to try to get a lot of pressure up front. That's why they have to they since they send their linebackers a lot. They have to be able to play man. And that's one thing. Norville Mike Nobel wants to take advantage of those matchups outside day. He believes Demonte coaxing and Tony Pollard. He's got some people like a win one on one match up. And if you win the one on one that tips to lane could be looking at the bottom of the Tigers feet if they run into the end zone. I let's hope that's the case the green wave lining up at one in three. And of course, this is their debut in the American just like Memphis, and they've they've not. Been so good in comfort openers in the AFC, two lane is one and three the Tigers come in three and one I think they should be foreign, oh, I wanna make some adjustments in the defensive backfield after giving up a lot of artists, but they scored points fifty two of them and their offense is healthy. The lineup front will go the same way. It's been going trivia on tape starts at left tackle parliament guard. Drew Kaiser in the middle. Justin water does you're right guard. And Roger Joseph the senior will line up at right tackle Brady. Why does your quarterback? He by the way every week. They give an award out for the best blocking the best physical. Punish the punisher last week? It was dust and water. But you know, what breeding white got one the quarterback? This is outfield block and for also hanging in the pocket getting cremated and still throwing the ball. Touchdown pass. The devante in the corner Danson he took a lick. It can be a punisher. He's over a thousand yards already throwing at a seventy two percent clip twelve touchdowns one pick. I think you'd take that any day of the week any day of the week. He is a smart quarterback. He knows where the match ups are. And he knows where to go with the football against whatever defense. You try to throw out. There is favourite target is Demonte coke. See that's really becoming a very nice tandem pop Williams the number two receiver and he scored his first career touchdown last week. You've also we'll see Sean dykes back with joy Magnifico will start as the tight end in the slot. You'll see machine Slade. You'll also see some kids, Ian Jones and Antonio Gibson running back. She'll see Darrel Henderson. Can he get another one? I listened to the numbers on this guy. Twenty six yards all purpose credible. Yup. He's got that's an average per game. Seven hundred nine yards already. We get three hundred over a thousand four games in that would be something. Yes. It would. But he leads the FBI in yards seven oh nine in yards per carry. That's twelve point to every time. He touches the boys got six fifty plus yard plays. He's at a hundred or more yards in eight of the last nine games. He's now number six all time rusher with two thousand three hundred and forty five yards. Then Patrick Taylor comes into being then you could see some Kenny gain will you'll see a bunch of Tony Pollard. There are so many weapons are weapons on this team offensively for the Memphis Tigers. And I just remember back in the day debut. Remember when we were lucky Memphis. They could complete a past ten yards down the field. Now you got quarterback's throw four thousand yards in four games. You got running backs and almost have a thousand yards in four games in this and credit the offensive line for opening the holes, they could get it done offensively. They will have to get it done tonight. Now. Defensively. That's another story. Here comes Keith Brigham Brigham is going to get a start at defensive end with Cooper out and Khalil Johnson will come off the branch. John title started to knows because Goodson we're hoping O'Brien Goodson can go tonight. But he won't start. You do have swamped talking. We think he starts if not it'll be just a Dorsey is and then you'll see Bryce huff at that position. And some Chandler stump. Tonight, the redshirt sophomore from Franklin. He's a Walker. He could get some playing time tonight because of the injury to Dylan who's out at least one more week at the Sam linebacker. You'll see Curtis Sagan's is his twenty third birthday. Happy birthday. Number seven Curtis gets the star JJ rather. Tim Hart will get the start at the will. You'll see a bunch of JJ. Russell Austin hall will start at the star. Nehemiah Augusta's will come in and play a bunch there. And then it looks like Jacoby Francis will get his first start where Tito Windham would start Wyndham could play. But. Francis will get the start TJ Carter at the other corner. And then you'll have tyrez Lindsey at strong safety. Josh Perry normally the backup. There moves over to free safety with leeann trae Thomas still out Sanchez Blake will play and guess who's back and in the plans, probably because of all the injuries Carlito Gonzalez carlito's way, we'll see him out there, the coaches really love him. He's a transfer. He's come in. And he's he's already got to pick this last year. He got his first pick. He's he's an impact player when you come in and bring people in. So let's see if this type of quickly Tito him out because he's got a bit of a growing problem. And they hope he this won't be out too long. Well, the last I talked to with might Norval. He could play will not start. Those are your your event. Global starting lineups prepare to be in the U of M global starting lineup. Next term just by visiting U of M, global dot Memphis dot EDU, back to Jeff Brightwell and Matt Dillon live at Buffalo Wild Wings. We'll chase in just one minute. This is tiger football from learfield..
"jonathan banks" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show
"I'm sorry for that. It's a Michigan outright to win the college football playoff. So I'm really the cause of that loss of talent. Ten dollars, yeah. Okay. We'll place that aside. And then the second one is your long shot in the NFL because you never, you never know five dollar bet on the Browns to Super Bowl, got some New England homers, right? I gotta patriots outright outright winner and then so we can to win three. So at that is five thirty. And then finally, you can feel like winners gave you the winning ticket for the Super Bowl, Pittsburgh Steelers. In that envelope at the end of the season, and they'll mail your money, isn't that nice is did you get the same thing Mike, too. So nice of you. So I feel like I should pay you back. I should feel like that this this is an act. This actually cost better call Saul dollars. You know what? I I, it's, it's my gift to you about that. I hope springs eternal for both the Browns sealy's about that. He's going on the rich. Well, I will have you if any of these payoff you've definitely. Yeah. Jonathan banks once told you save your money. Okay, NFL I'm taking this and I'm placing it in receivership. I don't even know what you've done for me. Patrick. I have no idea. I at Patrick Fabian on Twitter, love your works or the show keep going play for watching you. Got it. Patrick Fabian better call Saul Mondays at nine hundred time on AMC your phone calls and more setting up shop for what's going on tonight tomorrow and the rest of the weekend. Football's people. That's next. Let's talk truecar because if you're looking to buy a car, you're probably familiar with terms like MS RPM. You might even know what it stands for, but what does it really actually mean? The same goes for invoice list, price dealer price. It's really enough to confuse.
"jonathan banks" Discussed on Kotaku Splitscreen
"It's just really good. It's really, really well done. I recommend it. Nice and then better call. Saul came back this week, and you told me that you've only watched the first season which I think is wild because that show is probably the best show on TV right now. Do how can you not have watched the rest of it? Yes, judgment on the show. Just sorta haven't gotten around to it. It's the way that show like the Americans, I think is a very similar one for me where it just kind of got away from me. I was watching it, but you know, there's just so many shows that comes appointing. I know judgment. You just let us show get away from you and then you don't watch it. Give you gotta make time. It'll two and three, which will you should watch from the beginning just to catch up, but it's all on Netflix. The first year we'll probably start with season two. I remember season one. Well, oh, you do? Okay. The thing I love about better, call Saul. I, I love a lot of things about it. It's just spectacular in so many ways. But the thing I love most about it is the same reason that I'm obsessed with the sopranos which is that there's just this layer of subtlety and the show just trust the audience to get things or at least think about things. Beyond surface level that makes it. So the characters don't need to say what they're thinking, which is something that a lot of shows just suffer from is everyone's saying what they're thinking at all times because there they don't want the audience to lose the plot, but but better call Saul is just like it leaves leaves you all these breadcrumbs and lets you think about it and man, it's just so done this. This newest season is ready. Just starting off in incredible as and man. I just love it so much just so good. I think it surpassed breaking that this is of course, people don't know the prequel to breaking bad starring one of the characters from that show and telling you the story of how he went from this, like goody two shoes. We'll not the greatest person in the world that this describe him as a. No, kind of like a neutral a well while meaning lawyer to this just criminal lawyer. And there's a great line when he's I introduce and it's like, he's like in breaking Maddie's like, no, you need a criminal lawyer. No, you need a criminal lawyer. It's so good and Bob Odenkirk who plays Saul Goodman, aka Jimmy McGill is just an incredible actor and he's playing alongside Jonathan banks who plays Mike urban trout who also has this incredible story line across the show and Michael Mando from far cry. Three plays Nacho. He's fantastic character as well. And of course, the maybe the best character on the show is Kim and Tur. The actor's name is re seahorn. That's it. And she is just so good. Like such a tremendous actor, she really takes show to a whole new level that her relationship, Jimmy, and man. It's just so good. You just gotta watch it. I just everyone listening to this need so show. All right. Why don't we do the towel comp- atone comfortable her music of the week. Here's so music for the week since I was on a hard last week, I'm gonna stay on it for this week. I heard from a lot of people who were very happy about me talking about Mars Volta in back and listen to some Mars more. Volta good band. So this week I'm gonna I'm gonna do amuse track because this is a band that I used to really like..
"jonathan banks" Discussed on KQED Radio
"When money goes missing from the county treasury in the. Number here is one. Point six million accent county, it's a discrepancy absolute but typically when that happens the police look at the treasurer since that person is I, just think a little pro activity may be an order I just think I'd look guilty if I hired. A lawyer actually is, getting arrested that makes people look guilty even the innocent ones an innocent people get arrested every day and they find themselves in a little room. Whether detective who actually he's their best friend talk to me Says help me clear this. Up you don't need. A lawyer only guilty people need lawyers and boom hey goes south bats you want, so many your corner someone who will fight tooth and nail Lawyers we're. Like health insurance we, hope you, never need Manno man not having it That's Bob Odenkirk Jimmy McGill who eventually will become. Saul Goodman the familiar character from breaking bad that clip featured. Odin Kirk is Jimmy but Terry's question to writer producer Peter Gould was about Saul Bob Odenkirk said that he based his performance of saw on, Hollywood agents and the way that? Agents like try to manipulate? Their clients into deals who? Did you base all on were you. Thinking of agents were you thinking, of lawyers I think we were thinking about, lawyers I grew up in New York and I had some. Lawyers in the family and none of them were as fast talking is Saul Goodman and so it was just the, idea of someone who is a free agent who has the gift of the gab. But there was always the sense that people were making their, lives through their wits. Let's play the very first scene that, that the character Of Mike urban trout is in and jesse's girlfriend Jane has oh deed in bed. Jessie wakes up to find her dead he calls Walt Walt. Calls saw the lawyer and saw sends. Mike the fixer and Mike cleans up all the evidence of drugs and tells Jesse. What to, do here's the scene. In which that happens any other drugs. In the house Thank. Card your freedom depends on it What? About guns. And guns? In the house Story woke up you found a that's all you know See it please I found her that's. All I. Know Saying I woke up like. That's. All, I know founder. That slowly no again Woke. Up Then again I, woke up I found her this Founder, that's all I know Once you call it in, the people who show up we'll be with the office of medical investigations is primarily who you'll talk. To police officers may arrive they may not depends on. How busy morning they're having typically OD's not. A high priority call Nothing to incriminate you so I'd be amazed if you got placed under arrest however if you. Do you say nothing you tell them you just want. Your lawyer then you call so good Do I, need to state the obvious I was not here Great, and that's my guest Jonathan banks. As Mike urban trout Jonathan banks welcome to the conversation thank you Terry so you know we're supposed to be solved who. Cleans up things, for Jesse and tells them. What to say so Peter Gould it? Ended up being Mike how did it end up being Mike we were going to. Have, Saul Goodman come in. And and and clean things up unfortunately Bob was not available Bob Odenkirk was not available to. Come to town to come to Albuquerque for, that particular scene and so very much at the, last minute Vince Gilligan had the inspiration of bringing in Mike the fixer or his private detective who's been mentioned a couple of times on. The show and through some miracle we, cast Mr Jonathan banks, I thought it was going to You know I thought I'd do a day's work and leave it snowed I went in and that scene we hear the slap is Aaron, still complains about it in those And, and I loved the boy but you know it was. It was fun I had a good, time and no came as a. Surprise you told me if I'm wrong Peter but Peter and Tom Shaw's invents have been friends forever and when they were kids in college they used to watch wise guy so I guess my. Character on, wiseguy made an impression on them and wiseguy was. A great. TV series that started in one, thousand nine hundred seven and introduced after Stanley Tucci and Kevin Spacey At. Least that's where I found out about them so you mentioned that Aaron Paul didn't know that you were going to slap him in that scene is that considered acceptable for you to do that Totally acceptable for me I'm not the got slam The rules that apply, to everybody else don't. Necessarily apply to Mr. venue I get that senior pass you know If you can't, take a, hit from, an old guy I mean come on Aaron, can take a punch for, goodness sakes So Jonathan banks you you're. A former cop in breaking, bad and better call Saul you've played a lot of cops and former. Cops over the years and in wiseguy where I I, saw you TV series that started in one thousand nine hundred seven you played the. Head of an organized crime task force and you were the supervisor for? The can walk character? Who goes undercover every week so how did you get to play so many cops and former, cops like, what is, it what is it about you do think I'm, not very pretty so I can't play a leading man so I'm either. Going to be the bad guy or the cop and, that's you know what it's a smart Ila cancer but it's also there's some truth. In that in the world of of Hollywood and television if you're not? Beautiful you better be? Able to act a little bit anyway Were you. A tough guy at all as a young. Man no I mean these guys that get up and say I grew? Up in. A tough neighborhood. It was this it was. That it was the, reality is they were sad neighborhoods and and if you were lucky enough to get out oh my gosh how how lucky I am, yeah, that's my answer I read your mother was in. The CIA did you know exactly what she, did or is that like a well I'll. I'll I'll give you I'm gonna get my mom my mom's gone, now, but my mother started out in life on her own completely at fifteen years. Old as a maid in a Methodist Parsonage in Bloomington Indiana. The she was a wizard shorthand and typing on they got a, job with, the navy department? Washington DC who were war, to came along and there was a period of time where she was Admiral Wilson's private. Secretary Admiral Nimitz at, one brief time who was a commander of the Pacific Fleet after the war she. Wants, to work manage. The secretarial pool as I understood it at. The CIA under a woman named Peggy haunt back then they would burn, their carbons. Every day at. The end of the day. And they had those, oval back chairs that the secretaries would sit in and she taught her girls if someone came up behind him that they were to, throw, their elbows straight back stand up and address them. In a very loud voice the thought being, if it went past that moment that it. Was not going to go in their favor they were secretaries and, whoever, the man was it came up behind them was probably one of their superiors Her bosses knew that that's what she taught but that was that was pretty much the recourse, though woman had in the in the fifties, and early fifties there weren't any human resources to go to And and I mean this I should be half the woman that my mother was took me a while. To realize you're talking about sexual harassment there Yeah. Yeah People who don't know when you said they burn. Their carbons that's carbon paper that makes gets of what. You're typing your mother must have typed a lot. Of. Secrets My mom When the transcriptions came back from the, Nuremberg trials she was at the treasury and that's where the secret service used, to be and there was a tunnel that used to go under and maybe the probably still there from the treasury department to the. White House, so yeah there's a lot. Of stuff and as far as sexual, harassment goes she always left her office door, wide open and she raised me. By herself thank you both so much for talking. With us Thank you thanks a lot Jonathan banks and Peter Gould speaking to Terry. Gross in, two thousand fifteen coming up. One more interview with a key player, from better call Saul Giancarlo Esposito who plays, the very soft spoken but very. Ruthless drug kingpin Gus free this is fresh air.
"jonathan banks" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Call Saul begins its fourth season when better call Saul began in two thousand fifteen Terry spoke with. Writer producer Peter Gould who co created the series with Vince Gilligan golden. Created the character of Saul Goodman and since better call Saul is a prequel set years before the events of breaking bad it allowed the show's creators to explorer Sol's past and the past of some other breaking? Bad. Characters. As well most specifically bodyguard and sometimes hitman Mike urban trout played by Jonathan banks so I always wondered like how did saw, and Mike get to know each other and we find out in better call Saul did we know that on. Breaking bad that did we know having knew each other absolutely, not Mike, was just conjured up when. When Saul Goodman you Jeannie okay so we find out how they need in better call. Saul and the answer is, that Mike, is working at the ticket booth of the, parking lot that adjoins the courthouse where Saul is working as a public defender and Saul is always well at this point is. Jimmy and. Jimmy is always so just kind of in disarray that he never has time to get the money. To get the proper amount of like parking stickers on his sticker to. Not pay for the parking so he's coming to the ticket booth at the parking lot and at the ticket booth we hear, a voice and then we later see as the camera moves that it's Mike here's? That. Scene. Jimmy's pulling out stopping at the ticket booth and encountering Three.
"jonathan banks" Discussed on KQED Radio
"In the paper Typically when money goes missing from the county treasury in. The number here is one point six million accents It's a discrepancy absolutely but typically when that happens the police look at the treasurer and since. That person is I just think a little, pro activity maybe in order I. Just, think I'd look guilty if I hired a. Lawyer actually it's getting, arrested that makes people look guilty even the innocent ones an innocent people get arrested every day and they find themselves in a little room where the. Detective who actually he's their best friend talk to me Says clear this up. You don't need a. Lawyer only guilty people need lawyers and, boom hey y'all goes south that's when you want someone in your corner someone who will fight tooth and nail Lawyers we're. Like health insurance you hope you never need, it man oh man not having it That's Bob Odenkirk is Jimmy McGill who eventually. Will become Saul Goodman the familiar character from breaking bad that. Clip featured Odin Kirk is Jimmy but Terry's question to writer producer Peter Gould was about Saul Bob Odin Kirk said that he based his performance of, saw on Hollywood agents and the? Way that agents like try, to manipulate their clients into? Deals who did you base all. On, we're you thinking of agents were, you thinking of lawyers I think we're thinking, about lawyers I I grew up in New York and I. Had some lawyers in the family and none of them were as fast talking is Saul Goodman and so it was. Just the idea of someone who is a free agent who has the gift of. The gab but there was always the sense that people were, making their lives through. Their wits let's play the very first. Scene, that, that the character Of Mike urban trout is in and jesse's girlfriend Jane has oh deed in bed. Jessie wakes up to find her dead he calls Walt Walt calls Saul lawyer and saw sends. Mike the fixer and Mike cleans up all the evidence of drugs and tells Jesse. What to, do here's the scene. In which that happens any other drugs. In the house Thank. Card your freedom depends on it What? About guns. And guns? In the house Story woke up you found a that's all you know Please I found, her that's all I know Say I woke up by founder. That's all I know Solely no again Woke up that's all. I. Know Then again I woke up. I found her this Founder of, this all I know Once you call, it in people who show up we'll be, with the office of medical investigations Primarily who you'll talk to. Police officers may arrive they may. Not depends on how busy a. Morning they having typically OD's we're not a high priority. Call, there's nothing you to incriminate you so it'd be amazed if you got placed under, arrest however if you do you say nothing You tell them you just want. Your, lawyer then you call so good Do I, need to state the obvious I was not here Great, and that's my guest Jonathan banks. As Mike urban trout Jonathan banks welcome to the conversation thank you Terry so we're supposed to be Saul who. Cleans up things, for Jesse and tells them. What to say so Peter Gould it? Ended up being Mike how did it ended up being Mike we were going to. Have, Saul Goodman come in. And and and clean things up unfortunately Bob was not available Bob Odenkirk was not available to. Come to town to come to Albuquerque for, that particular scene and so very much at the last minute Vince Gilligan had the inspiration of bringing in Mike the the fixer or his private detective who's been mentioned a couple of times on. The show and through some miracle we, cast Mr Jonathan banks, I thought it was going to You know I thought I'd do a day's work and leave then it snowed I went in and that scene we hear the slap is Aaron, still complains about it he knows And, and I loved the boy but you know it was. It was fun I had a good, time and no came as a. Surprise but you told me if I'm wrong Peter but Peter and Tom Shaw's invents have been friends forever and when they were kids in college they used to watch wise guy so I guess my character on, wiseguy made an impression on them and wiseguy was, a great TV. Series that started in one thousand nine hundred eighty seven and introduced after Stanley Tucci and. Kevin Spacey At least that's where I found out about them so you mentioned that Aaron Paul didn't know that you were going to slap him in that scene is that considered acceptable for you to do that Totally acceptable for me I'm not got slam The rules that apply to, everybody else don't necessarily. Apply to Mr. venue I get that senior pass you know If you can't, take a, hit from, an old guy I mean come on Aaron, can take a punch for, goodness sakes So Jonathan banks you you're. A former cop in breaking, bad and better call saw you've played a lot of cops and former. Cops over the years and in wiseguy where I I, saw you TV series that started in one thousand nine hundred seven you played the. Head of an organized crime task force and you were the supervisor for? The can walk character? Who goes undercover every week so how did you get to play so many cops and former, cops like, what is, it what is it about you do think I'm, not very pretty so I can't play a leading man so I'm either. Going to be the bad guy or the cop and, that's you know what it's a smart Ila cancer but it's also there's some truth. In that in the world of of Hollywood and television if you're not? Beautiful you better be? Able to act a little bit anyway Were you. A tough guy at all as a young. Man no I? Mean these guys that get up and say I grew up in a? Tough neighborhood. It was it was. That it was as the. Reality is they were, sad neighborhoods and and if you were lucky enough to get out oh my gosh how how lucky I am yeah that's my answer, I. Read your mother was in the CIA did you. Know did you know exactly what she did, or is that like a well I'll, I'll I'll give you a I'm gonna get my mom my mom's, gone, now but my mother started out in live on her own completely at fifteen years. Old as a maid in a Methodist Parsonage in Bloomington Indiana. She was a wizard shorthand and typing dotted on they got a, job with, the navy department? Washington DC who were more, came along and there was a period of time where she was Admiral Wilson's private secretary. Admiral Nimitz at one, a brief time who was a commander of the Pacific Fleet, after the war. She went to work manage the secretarial pool. As I understood? It at the? CIA under a woman named Peggy haunt back then they? Would burn. Their carbons every day. At the end of the. Day and they had, those oval back chairs that the secretaries would sit down and she taught her girls if someone came up behind them that they were, throw. Their elbows straight back stand up and address them. In a very loud voice the thought being, if it went past that moment that, it was not going to go in their favor they were secretaries, and, whoever the man was it came up behind them was probably one of their superiors Her bosses, knew that that's what she taught but that was that. Was pretty much the recourse the woman had in the in the fifties early fifties there weren't any human, resources to go to and and I mean, this I should be half the woman that my mother was It took me a while to realize you're talking about sexual harassment there Yeah. Yeah People who don't know when you said they burn their carbon carbon paper that makes duplicates of what. You're typing your mother must have typed a lot. Of, secrets My mom When the transcriptions came back from the, Nuremberg trials she was at the treasury and that's where the secret service used, to be and there was a tunnel that used to go under and maybe the probably still there from the treasury department to the. White House, so yeah there's a lot. Of stuff and as far as sexual, harassment goes she always left her office door, wide open and she raised me. By herself thank you both so much for talking. With us Thank you thanks a lot Jonathan banks and Peter Gould speaking to Terry. Gross in, two thousand fifteen coming up. One more interview with a key player, from better call Saul Giancarlo Esposito who plays, the very soft spoken but very. Ruthless drug kingpin Gus free this is fresh air Support.
"jonathan banks" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Call Saul begins its fourth season when better call Saul began in two thousand fifteen Terry spoke with. Writer producer Peter Gould who co created the series with Vince Gilligan golden. Created the character of Saul Goodman and since better call Saul is a prequel said years before the events of breaking bad it allowed the show's creators to explorer Sol's past and the past of some other breaking bad characters as well most specifically bodyguard and sometimes hitman Mike urban trout played by Jonathan banks so I always wondered like how did saw, and Mike get to know each other and we find out in better call Saul did we know that on. Breaking bad that did we know having knew each other absolately, not Mike, was just conjured up when. When Saul Goodman you Mm-hmm Jeannie. Okay so we find out how they need in better call. Saul and the answer is that Mike is working at the ticket booth of the parking lot that adjoins the courthouse where Saul is working as a public, defender and Saul is always well at this point is, Jimmy and Jimmy is, always so just kind of in disarray that he never has time to get the money to get the proper amount of like parking stickers on his sticker to not pay for the. Parking so he's coming to the ticket booth at the parking. Lot and at the ticket, booth we hear a voice and then, later see as the camera moves that it's, Mike here's that scene Jimmy's pulling out stopping at the ticket booth and, encountering. Mike.
More U.S. states join lawsuit over online 3-D gun blueprints
"L. Mike urban trout became a hitman today. We'll talk with the show's star Bob Odenkirk and we'll also hear from Giancarlo Esposito who plays drug kingpin. Gus spring Peter Gould. The show's co, creator, and co, show runner and Jonathan banks who plays Mike, who was a cop before he was a fixer. Bank says he's played a lot of cops in his career because I'm not very pretty so I can't play. So I'm either going to be the bad guy or the cop that's coming up on fresh air First the news Live from NPR. News in Washington, I'm Laurie London China's threatening additional tariffs on thousands. Of US goods if Washington goes through with, its latest tariff, threat NPR's tamra Keith reports a. Top White House, economic adviser says President. Trump won't budge when it comes to the, ongoing trade, dispute White House National, Economic Council chairman Larry cudlow is sounding a warning to China following its announcement that it is prepared to impose retaliatory tariffs on sixty billion dollars worth. Of US imports the Chinese had better not underestimate the determination of President Trump to follow through and seek zero tariffs and non-tariff, barriers and subsidies and a level playing field Kudlow was speaking on the. FOX business network it's not clear where the escalating threats of tariffs between the US and China. Go, from here But Kudlow touted progress in trade talks with the European Union and Mexico tamra Keith NPR news more. States or joining. A lawsuit against the federal government over three d printable guns Matt largely of member. Station k. u., t. Austin reports eighteen states and the district of. Columbia are challenging the State Department's decision to, allow a Texas, company to post downloadable plans the. Lawsuit argues the, State Department didn't follow. Proper procedure when it agreed to carve out, an exception, in federal arms export, rules allowing Austin-based defense distributed to post the files the plans can be used by anyone with a commercially available three d printer to make an untraceable. Plastic gun a federal judge has ordered the blueprints taken down pending a hearing in the case later this month they were online, for several days and were downloaded thousands of times plans have now been. Posted on other sites too for NPR news I'm Matt largely the president of the National Rifle Association is speaking tonight at a Republican rally in far west Kentucky where a, deadly school shooting occurred in January a group of Marshall county high school shooting survivors say Oliver North's, visit is quote like rubbing salt on an open wound Taylor Inman, of member station w. k. m. s.. Has more on the planned protest a group of fifteen to seventeen year. Old students are holding a demonstration and silent vigil outside the rally at Murray state university Leila freeze a fifteen year old Marshall, student and says she has faced criticism in. Her community for vocalizing support of gun control I feel like. The more we keep trying moral hopefully be able. To tap into people's hearts and show them what we're fighting for. The local Republican party's hosting north, visit said insensitivity was not their intent w MS Taylor Inman the country is seeking a sustained rise in student activism. Led and inspired. By survivors of the massacre in parkland this is Is NPR from kqed news I'm Tara Siler the two massive fires in Mendocino and lake counties have. Now scorched more than one hundred fifty thousand acres that's more than five times the size of San Francisco firefighters are trying to. Stop the blaze for moving east or a fire earlier this summer forced evacuations and destroyed structures many of the same residents are being forced to leave again the moose lodge in clear lake oaks has served. As an unofficial shelter during the fires and now it's being a vacuum the largest JoAnne sent Andrea says the frequent evacuations are taking a toll I had a few when I was taking finance they were just trembling and then you see them for a. Couple of days and they kind of seem to, relax a little bit and and then like today now it was more panic again like oh my gosh now I got, settled and I have to go. Again and I'm still. Not going home San Andrea and roughly twenty five other people have chosen to stay despite the evacuation orders local. Air regulator Are. Issuing an era advisory today through Sunday warning that winds could push smoke from those fires into the bay area changing wind patterns will continue to be a challenge for firefighters but. Meteorologist Jan null says the temperatures are expected to come down a little. Cubby conditions over the next few days are. Are not going to be as extremists we saw about. A, week ago I mean it's it's go to ward back up again the the temperatures are, going to be you know into. The low one hundred started to, the one hundred a kid sort of. Rage getting a bit of a respite the bay. Area air quality management, district does not plan to call a spare the air alert because air quality is not expected to exceed federal..
"jonathan banks" Discussed on We Paid To See This
"Sounds dull it's so funny but it's also right why are we changing fucking math we're making kids learn math though it's dreadful it's it's like you estimating round now you don't even actually learn the actual math i don't care i haven't calculated then ten years it's use the word spellcheck i don't tip anyways deal really enjoyed the film i thought that it was richard city founded a little existing in terms of just the journey of the film like did find that the action sacred since sequences were like oh my god my god let's just because i didn't really can't much about whether the thing would stop i can't about we want to see the undermine or succeed maybe i did no i get that you did like however i kinda felt the same way which is weird to say about an animated movie but you did like when they first get to this big mansion that bob odenkirk rents out for them yes by the way if people who like better call saul jonathan banks also in this movie does he play he plays the police captain the old grizzled him out a little bit he's awesome and bob odenkirk is a house and it's like it's so it's a modern like the incredible takes place now but everything about is super sixties so all the furniture and architecture is very modern sixties influenced in the cowed like the what is it the inset couch the deep the frank lloyd wright looking like a level underneath the floor midcentury motorists and and you you wanna live and i was like felt the same way yeah i mean every june it was just that that's the feeling i got throughout the whole i mean it looks beautiful it's designed incredibly one this just really fun stuff like less to go bicyc motorbikes cool mr incredible fucking cars cool there's there's frozen slash last girl mr incredible themes theme songs if you wait till the end of the after the movie you get all their theme song mr credible great girl bending voices really fun not just a kids film family film that would bunch of young people let's just talk about let's listen i love the film.
"jonathan banks" Discussed on KPCC
"Front door he each confronted by a couple of white man one is played by jason clark the other by jonathan banks who speaks first you use the back door goal zone film don't wanna trouble here both gone no one you're absolutely right we use overseas make us use the back door general pen put us on the front line yes in all we did he kicked the halon hit i enemgy a gallup poll safest center mud bound director and coal writer di riese also directed hbo's bessi a drama about bessie smith and the film pariah about a 17yearold african american girl coming out and dealing with the resulting complications in her life terry interview de res last november derey's welcome to fresh air you know some of the stories about the kind of overt racism in mississippi during and after the war were war there's there's some really horrible things that happen in the film without giving anything way did this film have a different meaning for you after charlottesville the film is probably completed by then but you know the the marching charlotte's velic that's the kind of like over racism that people had you know more or less stop expressing in in marches and big marches and to see that was really just like shocking and horrifying to so many americans yet i think showed spill was shocking for some but it wasn't for me or for my family i mean because i grew up in 1980's natura grip next to a clan member like everyone news a klan member my dad was a cop you know in a group three houses down from people use confederate flexes curtains i remember one summer i play leg with with the granddaughter of his known klan member like all summer we caught cicadas in um we had grown closed in so's like time for a birthday party and i.
"jonathan banks" Discussed on Talking Hoops with Zach Harper
"They've got to go to town on the bad guys no no no no no he gets killed in the most gruesome and like offhand way to show that they mean business with these threats and not don't call the cops and all the stuff johnson banks gets off the hold the called urban trump the gets off the train goes to a stop you can see out out to the street from the the elevated train at this point and and he gets pushed in front of a moving bus yes so he like my man mcauley he has this whole thing where he's going to try to to get the cops involved so he writes ana newspaper or something lake called the police i'm being monitored or something bad is happening and gives it to two jonathan banks and so they have eyes everywhere i don't know who is watching i don't know how this you never see how it works win like there's the allknowing allseeing bad guy organization in movies like this they just know everything there does omniscient and their brilliant and they have spies so he gets pushing it traffic and he dies which is to me lake okay if you're going to make a like a like an action movie like it just the ball to the wall old dad action movie and you hire jonathan banks and you kill him without him even picking up a firearm dumb that is a crime that it that's like if you're making a bogey nights and you hire gina jaamus and and she doesn't take her clothes off it's like you're not doing the things that persons known for and this is the sexes thing to say maybe i don't think so i think it's just like at tell you know them it's like it's if you hire robin williams for your your jumanji a reboot rip robin williams he couldn't be in it but if you haven't been there he doesn't tell a joke right exactly it's not ryan grim it's not right about as well as the exposition were like they are at the bar and liam grows look out.
"jonathan banks" Discussed on TV Avalanche
"Yeah you're probably rights so that brings us to my number six yes my number six is better call sol which is your number five rape yes we can cottages tag team this right now sure tent tell me about this better call salisbury o'brien and a consulate are kossowski spinoff of the little known barely recognize show called breaking bad it stars bob odenkirk as uh who will eventually come saw goodman was right now to macgill we've got a host of other people from breaking bad back on the show we've got jonathan banks is mike ever trout uh jim call us zito came back this year as gus spring got don't hector you've got a lot of other people from the show are coming back and you're getting to see them in their pre will form ed the thing that i like so much about better call saw is this show probably shouldn't work as well as it does because the character of saw good mid all breaking bad was a lot of fun was a lot was cool but wasn't in extremely deep character he was just a lot of fun and what they've done with this show is given the back story that style and the backstory starts to explain everything that we've seen before that will happen later but in such a cool way and the other thing that it does is it's it's basically to shows right now it is the jittery macgill show where you're cut a following him which is all brand new stuff he's that interacted with a ton of the people from the breaking bad universe he's got a going about this the sibling rivalry is brother at he's working on his elder law kd said he's got his girlfriend kim wexler and he's living his whole life and then the other part of the show is by camera trout basically in a fullon breaking bad prequel he's fighting god sees dealing with saw bacha says he's doing all the mic things that will eventually come to know bike as doing and.
"jonathan banks" Discussed on We Paid To See This
"It's okay i dunno i don't know maybe you should movie this week i now as joking they live next door in his father jonathan banks is racist and he's like i'm not live leaving living with with black people i mean he doesn't say that but he's like i'm not living with black people and so the father lived with the sun yeah what was the fog out and get a fucking job wasn't gonna pension cooling his son immediate all values lady it now yet yeah this all the karachi bass okay i'll tell you he'll be an idiot youth say another word he be outside and have you ever seen it's not what was a short what do you think it is sippy against does it become lucidity and i think since really hot some you know what rains let's see you spend a summer mississippi oh boss did an okay well he does because they go move in across the way and they work on the same farm as black family where mary j blige they have like three sons in their oldest son also goes to the war and it becomes this kind of let me i'll talk about the things i didn't like for the first half of this movie and its keeps happening at the end i got to say i want to see this group to this 'cause it's i bet you the narrow vision is more than the dialogue there is so much damn narration in this movie of characters be like the i felt this worrying than wobble blahblah block a lot of its poetic and i liked it but then every now and then there's like when marriage obliges son is leaving to go to war she has her back turned because she can't see if she doesn't want to see him go in the nation is legitimately i couldn't look at him so i turned to like yeah.
"jonathan banks" Discussed on Truth & Movies: A Little White Lies Podcast
"The real genuine epoch sweep of like a david lean film listen that he and i feel it feels just like a has the the gravity of the world focused on these kind of six or seven people they are kind of dealing with the big moral issues of the day whereas like you know justice league just men in tights murli around twenty essentially they've they've got different ambitions us but the injustice leaks defence of the performance is the performances it in these other universally excellent no i was really impressed with jason the trooper's easy and try to come to an and also jonathan banks is the horrible father of the of one of the families they're all these older figures and these families who adding a front for them the culture slavery is he's a almost real memory right and in fame john banks is sort of racist monster second crumble forman's having only really seen him in community from he has quote rolling breaking bad he is breaking bad nothing but i don't know which brought about all what shelly hazle representative of the old era and eagle jason clock who's that the father of his his son who is cut trapped between these two ways of thinking and then you have almost a little bit younger generation within that generation which has got hedlund who is the younger brother who goes to war and comes back but then also carry mulligan as adjacent clots wife who is a like a cosmopolitan she wants to play piano and stay in the city but it's dragged back into the the fom near the back yet i monster i didn't i know this is from a very popular book but i did have some it did make me raising a liberal little bit how the family goes from a comfortable middleclass memphis life to being essentially living in the in the middle of a failed in in mississippi when it's a it's a bureaucratic error is now i suppose it is and when we were talking last night's about the e one of the things you mentioned that i wanted to bring up was i personally think that the the use of voiceover in this film is astonishing really okay.
"jonathan banks" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM
"The port of attack data holding happy your third down in nights play by banks cloudy and and clown he's become one of the best defensive players in the nfl the bottom line for him is always been he's been nicked up hoping policy bnfl had a goal building that he had and what kind of consistency does he have and when he stays on the field play with high epa he's one of the best defenders in the game four tackles for loss to saxon of bobble and his first touchdown tickets the patriots last week her down and eight from their five pressure rod castle fires near left off their hands somehow caught at fourteen your wine that'll be good for a gain of ted of the first out of the lady walker the tight end as jonathan banks the quarterback was matched up with a bigger tight end who somehow was able to bring that baltic lee weight at protected that great catch by deleting walker not the bank struggled left we they literally signed him off the street he played a bunch of snaps the net lawful athlete beat dropped by castle fires to the leaping erik dekker he picks the grab a twenty one and a half thrilled of a backed by jonathan banks there to gate of about five and a half the six the gavin johnson one of their starters has been hurt they signed bag literally off the street then he played about one third of the plays last week against winless i thought he struggled it so what they think of the borders with the regular guy off the street these that deputy snaps shotgun snapped seconddegree parfait tax pressure logitech back fielded hammers the crawled back castle dropping out of the fifth said it was like a mindset two two thus threats by god another over a force italian clouding over at fit and the active crushing mad castle and he won immediately off the offense of left side and alert we went further strip instead of the hit ripped the right arm the ball came move gun got on top of an total annihilation tom savage is out a quarterback as you anticipated this whole baby seventy third off a play for houston what's normal you know we talked earlier it would be in.
"jonathan banks" Discussed on We Hate Movies
"Jonathan banks is going to come to my house a beat the shit ademi now i would love to watch them vic further marred ponytail walter why are you calling me wall the only way i can relate to people walter skills and there's a great moment in this scene were mike the cleaners got a collection of faberge exiled his desk like it's such a shitty like movie rich person thing of like we'll he's got a bunch money what's he get spend it on oh i know bruges jay i'd like what's there mick jagger picks went up unlike the genes that oh interesting egg was his fairbridge jail of course it is even tax faberge egg because the fucking faberge air air truly walter it's hard boy it's why lord grid daughter with really overzealous jackie rating exit a r four walter is that it at ironic that i have this very sweet relationship with my little daughter but i'm also really a a hardcore criminal i love it i i did you it's is great making mud voice mick jagger has like his bone jagger's hazardous like this this crew of like gray storm troopers that have laser guns but never really hit anything yet again by the way laser guns in two thousand nine it happened man that's kind of the weird thing about this movie in like uh i think john shea a lois and clark lex luther it explained that he's like this is the future is everybody gets people the top you get the people in the bottom but there's nobody in the middle and that's what the production of design isn't this retirement it's like it's either shithole nothing or it's like bobble cars laser both yeah why can't i just get a nice shot of like a raised ranchhouse slow game a nice quaint three bedrooms two and a half baths now it's either a squallor or polish states.