17 Burst results for "Jordan Catalano"
"jordan catalano" Discussed on Allure: The Science of Beauty
"Thursday. Hey everyone, welcome to the science of beauty, a podcast from allure. I'm Jenny Bailey, executive beauty director. And I'm Diana zone, senior beauty editor. On this podcast, we're diving deep into the science behind beauty. And the products we're always talking about and using here at allure. This season, we have been focusing on hair and this is actually our last episode of the year. Can you believe it Diana? I can not believe it. The time has just flown. Feeling feeling a little emotional. I am too, but I have good news. We are ending this year on a really fun topic. That is true. We are. Today we're going to be talking about hair dye, which is such an important part of many of our beauty lives, certainly a pivotal piece of transformations, big and small. Personally, as you well, actually, I don't know if you know back this far Diana. I've been dying my own hair. For over a quarter century, which sounds a little long when you use the word century, but it started with my attempt to look like Angela chase, because if I had that hair, I would find my Jordan catalano. So I bought a box. She had used, I believe a manic panic color that I'm not sure actually existed. It was called crimson glow. It's not red. It's crimson glow. No. I decided probably semi permanent was going to be a better choice for me, so I got some clear all natural instincts. It didn't wind up looking like a 15 year old Claire Danes. It was kind of an unfortunate orange, but it still, it set me off on this hair color journey. My hair was pretty dark for a while in my 20s, and now in my 40s, I get balayage every three months or so with Abby halidi. She's a brilliant colorist who blends blond into all mine now white hair. So the look is kind of fresh, but it's not like the white is totally covered so I don't have to be touching up gray roots every two weeks. So it's pretty manageable. Your hair always looks beautiful, Jenny, you would never know. It's so you. It's so, so you. And no, I mean, you know way more about this than I do. I must admit that I have not dyed my hair since high school. I really fried it back then, so I've been a little wary of even going back to back to that place. So I keep it natural, but I heard that you have parlayed all of your personal hair dye knowledge into a little quiz for me and for our listeners, is that right? That is correct. So everybody can guess along. So we established hair dye first came into play for me, Jenny Bailey, in 1995, but Diana and everyone listening. Can you tell me when you think hair dye first came into play? Like period in the universe. Okay? This is going to be multiple choice. You have four choices. Okay. Did hair die first come into existence in a, the Paleolithic era. B, enlightenment era Europe. C, ancient Egypt. D, David Bowie's bathroom in 1972. Oh, that's a tough choice. I want to say ancient Egypt just because I know there was a lot of beauty innovation happening at that time. I'm thinking, Cleopatra and her cat eye, I could see them, I don't know, crushing some berries and making early hair dye, that is a good guess. It is incorrect, however. Aw man, I'm sorry, thank you for playing the answer is a, the Paleolithic era. Wow. Okay, that's I don't even know the years. That's associated with. A long time ago. I did look it up so the Paleolithic period started about 2.58 million years ago. So a long time. And recent archeological evidence shows that humans in this period may have used the iron oxide contained in dirt to color various objects red. Including their homes, their textiles, and also their hair. Ah, wow, that's such a fun fact. Yes, in an attempt to whoo the Jordan catalano of the Paleolithic period, I think they thought red her hair was going to do the trick, so they rubbed dirt in it. There you go, when in doubt, rub a little dirt in it. Okay, so we have established that red hair had an allure all the way back in the Paleolithic period, a few million years ago. And now I'm going to move to slightly more modern times, but not that much more modern. With my next question. Diana, can you tell me which of the following ingredients, the ancient Greeks and Romans may have used for hair dye? Was it a, Hannah? The lead C pickled leeches or D, all of the above. Oh, those are all well not all, but two interesting to not all be answers. I'm gonna go with all of the above. Hate when you get it right, you're right. So ancient Romans among others did use all of these options to color their hair. And some of them, yeah, we're not so healthy, maybe not good for you, but apparently they felt it was worth it for hair transformation. Yeah, lead in particular strikes me as perhaps not what you want to use to dye your hair with. And leeches, like that's a bold move. Yep. So now a question on modern hair dye. And I'm going to tell you Diana up front. Okay, I'm going to give you this fact. The first commercialized synthetic hair dye was created in 1856 from chemicals derived from coal tar. So.
"jordan catalano" Discussed on Nightly Pop
"He was popular at one point. What happened here? This is insane. This is this but genuinely like whether you hate or love Kid Rock, he had a legit career for a bit. This is very odd. Well, speaking of telling the truth, your Friends. He might need Nicki Minaj's attempt. That is all kinds of. I wish that didn't exist in the world. It's bad. It's bad, right? Like boy bye. Ever put up a picture of Brad Pitt and Fight Club. Brad Pitt and Fight Club, hands down. Hottest man in a movie. Period. Brad Pitt and Fight Club is the prototype. It's insane. Put him up on the side by side with Kid Rock and he's in Fight Club shape. By the way, which by. I'm thinking a lot. By Claire Brad Pitt. Nothing else. Mother chefs, kids. Yes, nothing else. It's nothing. There's nothing better. God, remember when he was and also the thing about Brad, he's consistently stayed hot. No matter what. He's been hot. He's been hot and Louise. Since thelma and the ones, remember that walking behind the car? Have you seen them in Luis? I love it. Okay. You haven't seen it. All right. And Jared Leto is talking about getting naked so we are all ears, you guys. He played burning questions with Ellen today, but you can decide if his answers are sexy or not. Besides showering name three things you do naked. I sleep. Uh huh. One? I eat. You naked? I eat naked often. We will see you with a crouton. I could sometimes. And the third thing that place you see me naked is probably making whoopie. I didn't realize Jared Leto was a thousand years old. Making whoopie? That was so think about how to say it on TV because he was trying to be respectful. Trying to be classy and sophisticated. How does this raunchy as you? Yeah, we've done a lot worse on this show. But he's also doesn't sound like it's equivalent to sex. Yeah, it is. Yeah. Make it whoopie is like that's the substitute. Sex. I know, but it doesn't sound like it. What does it sound like to you? Like making whoopie sounds like you have like a stomach issue. What? So you thought you thought for your entire life though when someone says we're gonna go make whoopie? It meant that together. I don't think I've ever heard someone say we're gonna go make whoopie. That's like what they would say on TV. They're like a girl in the 80s. People would say whoopie on like the game shows and stuff. They couldn't say sex. I feel like you right now I've never heard of whoopie. Whoopie sounds like a code for diarrhea. That's why a lot of people don't know. Her actual name is have sex Goldberg. You know what I love? I love that on the spot play. That was very well done. I agree. You're right, but he's very he kind of has he's sexy. He's so beautiful. He does not age. But I do feel like if you think about Jared Leto, it is insane the career he has had. He's still Jordan catalano to me always. Always, always. Yeah, I don't know who that is. I also think you know, you don't have to respond with that. Well, you know, I don't know how many more years you want to tell people you don't know anything. But you can maybe for 2022, you just stop saying all right? Maybe it was on a show. But this is the best life. It was a hit show, that's very, that's where color data are out of start. Help. He'll always be the best Joker ever. Out of here. The day before Thanksgiving is perfect 'cause we give you all the drama you need. It's like a family spice. You don't even have family. Yeah, we get with him. I have to have a phone call later with my dad of all the things he can not bring up tomorrow night. What? We have to take a break. We may have a married at first sight, wife swap, bless the love trap has another shocking drop that's next. Whoo..
"jordan catalano" Discussed on The Big Picture
"And it's fascinating when he really decides to turn it off. And a few times he actually doesn't go full out, which I also think really works, and possibly makes it like an actual performance as opposed to just, you know, a featured YouTube clip. But yeah, it is what you'd hope. Yeah, there is a kind of a quiet misery in some of the Aldo Gucci performance. And when you see what happens to his character over time, you see that it is not just all glamour and excess for him. So Jared Leto. In my lifespan as someone who has covered the world of movies, Jared Leto has really been through all of the phases of life. He has been a reclamation project from the world of television. He hasn't been considered one of the most beautiful people on earth. He has been considered a surprisingly talented actor. He has been considered an Academy Award winning actor. He has been considered one of the most annoying people on movie sets in the history of the industry. He's been considered the lead singer for 30 seconds to Mars your favorite band. And I have seen live, in fact, because I wrote a piece about Jared Leto almost ten years ago for grantland about how maybe he was a little bit misunderstood. Now, in that time, he went on to play the Joker and become deeply annoying. You may recall, he was nominated for a Golden Globe just this year, for a film called the little things. Remember that? He was the basically the best part of the little things. I wouldn't say he was the best of anything, but he was worthwhile. Well, I mean, just like, to the extent that that movie was working. To the extent that people were trying things. He was trying it. Yes. At a bare minimum, we know that Jared Leto is always going for it. He does not mail anything in, and he is very divisive. A movie like Blade Runner 2049, a lot of people saw his performance and were like, wow, he took me way out of this beautiful little dollhouse that you built by putting this jerk in this movie. In this movie, I believe that this is the single best use of his talents in the history of his career, because Paolo Gucci is one of the dumbest people that's ever appeared in a film. And his self delusion is transcendent to me. It is magnificent. And he is not putting on any heirs. He's like, I am literally doing Luigi. I do not care. I will be Luigi for two and a half hours. He's also fat. I believe in Luigi. You know? Like Luigi has a heart and a beautiful artist soul. Absolutely. He's like, he's not Super Mario. He's Luigi. He's the number two. You know, he's like, why do I have to play the back? Why can't I get time with princess peach? You can feel that agony from him. And I loved it. I thought it was I laughed at almost everything he said. Your mileage is really going to vary on this one. If someone comes out of this movie and they're like, that guy is an idiot and I hated this movie. I understand what did you guys think? You go first, man. Well, I just kind of reclaimed some space for Jordan catalano. You know? Can we just take a moment? You know, for my childhood and many other people's childhood and be like, that was like one, Jared Leto. But post Jordan catalano, I'm with you..
"jordan catalano" Discussed on Couples Therapy
"We started recording. You said you thanked us for coming over to your place. But i wanted to start by say by thanking you for inviting us over because like we hate los angeles so much and the only time we've ever felt good in this place are when we started to like hang out with people we like and feel part of a community here. Yeah sin so hard this past year to do that. You know so you you inviting us over and hanging out felt like part of a community meeting a personalized bowls of potato chips. I've read did that fell. I was like there are ways that we can like this town. Well it's funny. 'cause like i really like hang and but it's like one of those things were i'm very you know what does the word i'm very self conscious. And so like. I was like really in my head being like we. We cannot outstare a welcome. That's like my big nightmare is like when you're at someone's house and then the guest is like well you know like trying to get you out and i'd never want that happen. So airy cognizance just yawning friendly listener. Yeah just gonna stretch the sign that you're like get outta my husband really nervous about it but like deep in my heart. I could've stayed there all day. I'll he's like okay. We have to leave. They have rich full lives. And there's a child to feed the yeah. I think it's more like you mind if we hang in the kitchen while i'm heat up some chicken nuggets but i don't mind that i would little to be the next friend jeff. Yeah i'm cleaning house and you could just talk for a person or it'd be like here you all are. I have said shirk who sherie it was our first time hanging out as friends and so and also i. I'm not great at having people over these days. I don't know like. I've lost the art of it in some ways so i remember feeling really self conscious. When all of a sudden we'd kind of settled in mikey's playroom which was like total disaster. And and i was just like. Oh no we should. We should move this party to a place better scenery and not dislike. You know toys everywhere. And then i think i was. Do you want to go outside. Like i didn't know. I felt like i'm still like you know. Training wheels of how to have guests over. So thanks for bearing with me there too. It was wonderful it was gorgeous. It kept me young. I'll take. I'll tell you what though like i was raised on sitcoms and so my worry was like oh what's going to happen. What mabel going to do like to white ruined this in some way. What like what is what. What kind of sitcom and quotes afforest is going to happen. That could somehow destroy this burgeoning friendship and i kept like looking out for those things. Nothing ever happened. No nothing happened. I'd be sick like you hear this out loud. It's like jesus. Christ i'd after it was for that to live in my brain and i said it out loud and i was like. Oh that's sick. You know. I really think i a lot of people are feeling this though. Like how how do we hang. Now how do you remember how to hang and everybody else has. I'm sure different. Varying degrees of some people are probably listening going. I hang with my friends all the time like you know whatever but like i for us. It's been pretty locked down and so it was really nice and you know we had that run in. What was it two years ago now when we having salads at sweet green and we just have to share a table and i thought to myself. Oh i can't wait to have you over. And then and then there was a and then it happened mark about something quickly because we heard a rustle over in the kitchen to our right and mabel was somehow underneath we have like a little butcherblock thing and there's like like a cat. She somehow got underneath a couple inches at the bottom of it and was doing something over there. Well i'll tell you. I keep turning because she is running around this house like licking the floor which is usually a precursor where she probably needs to go. Eat grass right liquor tummy hurts. Then kate the real danger. I think that bitch wit into the litterbox which means nothing can. I was like you should if you ate cat poop. Nothing good is going to happen so the whole looking at okay. This is this dot to a focus. We have to focus. We're the many loves of nazareth what we're really pivoting here. Hard pivot. no no. Because i was thinking about this earlier and i was like oh you and i seem both very light kind of naive people both from pennsylvania not too far away from each other not too far away from each other grew up around the same time and i was wondering what was what was the romance scene like in desert. Pa the romance romance in nazareth. Well i couldn't tell you. Because i didn't really start dating until after college. So right i mean. I had crushes all through high school of course but i was really really shy and kind of terrified of dating so i didn't and i have no idea i you know in my mind for me. Growing up dating was like a living vicariously through angela. Chase i so. I don't know i guess it was the romance nazereth. There was a jordan catalano. And now i feel like i missed out. I miss out on high school. I wish if i go back and talk to my younger self. I'd be a date. It's nothing bad's gonna happen. But i was scared. What were you scared. What's going to happen. I don't know exactly. I think i also really liked feeling like i was. You know not like the normal kids or everybody had a boyfriend or over. I didn't. I don't need that. But of course i was always crushing people. That like i felt. I think it was safer and it was like you can control your environment more. If you find yourself like drawing in your room or building a train set which is what. I was doing a lot in high school. So yeah i think i knew i wasn't like a normal kid in some way where you know. Just what do they do. Go to the mall and stuff. Like much. Like andy beckerman. Who's like what are i. Culture beer i identify with this. Because that's what a what i was just like. I had friends and we hung out but like a lot of it was. I had a girlfriend for about nine ten months that pretty good. I know i'm like this out there in high school. No i wasn't. I was had been circling each other. Sean i knew she liked me so it felt safe for me to like her. Does that make sense. Yeah yeah of course. There was no risk. I mean there was ra- risk but like felt like. I didn't have to like suss out whether she liked me. And so there was no risk in that right and then in dramatic yeah. I did but dramatic high school fashion and then like flamed out until august. She like she was. She was a year older than me and she was going off to college and instead she didn't go to college and then moved in with the guy who created the very first pavement website paid meaning the band pavement fans..
"jordan catalano" Discussed on Kar Dishin' It : All Things Kardashian
"Then she's fifteen for the rest of it and jordan catalano is. I don't even want to say jared leto. But because i like join join cadillac you i love jordan. I hate jared. But he was twenty one. So they're all making out and it's like that's a big gap has us a lot. That's weird next year gap And heritz relationship is so different and in my late thirties. Watching it now is. They're probably younger than us right. Like i hate straight. Though it. I watch i watch it every few years and i'm like yep i still love it and not just an as nostalgia way i like legitimately think it's shot so well and it's so good if you wanna watch i do wanna watch an i. I've told you this before. I wrote letters. Abc physical handwritten letters when they cancelled it was like i remember like sobbing into my pillow. Yeah and it's only one season right or to only one season but then i went on a deep dive. So if you have any questions about where these characters we're going to go in the future. I could be happy to talk with you about. I think it is so special. And i yeah i would want to. Maybe i'll make my niece. Watch it and see if she related. She might still be a little too young. Well i think she would relate. I think like. I said claims is thirteen in the pilot who i wonder but i. She's playing a thirteen year old. So i like. She's like fifteen right. Yeah yeah yeah. i guess like. You're supposed to be enough pass that somehow. She was fifteen when she started filming it. I don't understand how mathworks but but it's great it's great Alright kylie high lay a before we even say what it is. This has been irking me in multiple in like levels of working this story. Yes for good reason. It's weirdly complicated. So let's see and tell me if we get it wrong..
"jordan catalano" Discussed on Dyking Out - a Lesbian and LGBTQ Podcast for Everyone!
"Can afford balenciaga sneakers you can go get your hair dyed properly and like the looks back. This is why. I'm not into like ironic ironic dressing in a certain way. Because i'm just like if it doesn't look good if the shapes and colors are bad. Why are you do whatever whatever. But i see that and i fully admit that that is perhaps like That is like a gen z version of queer dressing. And that is definitely hard to tell like. I see like people who look who are seem to be presenting as men dressed that way and people seem to be presenting women dressed that way and they all seem kind of either. They could be queer or straight. I'm not sure yeah. Yeah but i'm sure that comes from yes. The the the kids on tiktok. I feel like there's a lot of nineties repurposing now in fashion but also i feel like that's early odds like they're wearing those ball chain necklaces to ufo. We kind of pan like feels like this goth early It's coming back like the mole kid aesthetic. Yes like a kid who got dropped off at the mall by their parents and they're gonna go like declares accessories and blow off steam by getting another piercing. Yeah get some accessories. Spencer's although the ball necklace. Like i wore the ball chain necklace when i was like thirteen. And that was the late ninety. S and i feel like that. Was that the early 'oughts version of the ball. Chain necklace is already a hearkening back to the ninety s ball chain necklace and yet which for for my reference was like jordan. Catalano thing right a yes. One thing that i think is universal for the lesbian. Aesthetic is comfortable footwear. But then if you are aware like wearing stilettos as lesbian is like super subversive. It's like i'm making a choice to be very uncomfortable and dabbling in straight women culture. I will say there was a period in my life. Probably age like age fourteen through seventeen when i like weirdly would would dress like very fem at times and i definitely owned heels definitely like went out wearing like very high heels which is wild to think of now. Yeah yeah And thought of it more as like a. Yeah i do think. I think you're right that there is something subversive about it because like one of the things about being lesbians like is being like withholding specially from like men right. I think as your maybe like finding your way through your gender expression in your sexuality and sort of your place whether or not you wanna court that attention. Which very quickly. I was like. Oh no oh. I don't want don't want attention but i think like that adolescent age maybe still wondering if like oh could i show them a picture of what they think that they want that is by lake dressing in the super fem way and then withhold it and experiment which is weird. 'cause actually now like i was just about this the other day i was thinking well two things number one thing that i hate is when straight women go to red carpets or whatever. This is just where i see it happen..
"jordan catalano" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1
"Show of all time. Who do you believe? Oh, I just feel good when I hear that. Then you feel sad because it was only in for one season. I'm surprised that didn't come back. It was before its time. It is seriously upsetting that I can't don't give me started. You did you did you did, and we'll never have that story result moving and never know what happened to Angela Chase. Jordan Catalano. I'm sure there's some fan fiction out there for you to enjoy all kinds like alien. So want that. I don't want that. I just want the straight out like spark and Kirk going on now. With the cast of I have to. I have to Bradley Battlestar Galactica Red has your own. I have to go. All right. Enough of our slash fiction on the air. All right, So here's our fourth. Gotta block your face. Yes. Bradley Esta block Colleen's face. This show was only on for a season. Please tell me calling and Bradley the name of the show. My love, Take my land. I don't care. I'm still free. Okay, Take this guy from take me out to the black. Hell ain't coming back. I feel like I watched that show. Bradley. I'm just gonna take a stab at it. Uh, it's called Dr Quinn. Medicine woman gonna say Oh, man. Colleen. Yeah, this is not right because I think there was more than one. The detectives No, that was Firefly. Oh, yeah. SciFi? Yes. Should I just guess that because that's like one of the iconic one season wonders. Yeah, kind of. Ah, spacey Western, I guess. Yeah, I watched I I didn't I didn't people. Yeah, I'm not. I'm sorry. You have to apologize. Well, I love science fiction, And that's like the thing that people get really animated about that show. Yeah, there's like a whole movie. You know this guys, but we have We have ways to watch these things and time. Just unlimited, there's away, but quite frankly, the will. There's not a will. Yeah, that is a fair point. Yeah, Here's our last song tragically on Leon for one season, this television show Tell me the name of the show here of the pressure Bradley for the block Colleen for the win. Badly. Trainer Bradley Square pegs. Huh? Colleen.
"jordan catalano" Discussed on TV Ate My Brain - The Official TV Podcast of Core Temp Arts
"And then also has one of my favorite halloween episodes on this thing. Where angela's character kinda gets like transported back in time. She's like in her school for the halloween dance. And she's interacting with this ghost. Who's this kid who is about to get kicked out of school and it's reminding her of jordan Who she has a crush on jordan. Catalano played by young. Jared leto and she basically has this whole thing like she's reading This girl's journal From back in the day and and it's this whole story of like basically this boy that she loves it he's going down the wrong path and she doesn't know how to tell him. The angela is struggling with the same thing and she ends up. Lake giving this whole speech She's like null lake. It's like it's not going to turn out like you want like you. You need to change your path in that lake. Is her the courage to like tell jordan lake. Stop acting like you're stupid. You're not stupid you can you know be you don't have to drop out of school And it's like super sentimental and like you didn't has like a little halloween thing with the the ghost and all that kind of stuff but it's just one of my favorite halloween episodes of a show. Because of i don't know it re watching my so called. Life always takes me back to that time. When i was kind of like a preteen like wanted to be in high school because i thought it was going to be so cool i wanted to. They have like a you know. Mo jordan catalano. Boy fall in love with me. That's so funny So yeah. I really like that halloween episode. I think myself alive for a show that only had one season Did a really good job of doing like those holiday episodes in lake bit like for us it was the i don't know like i feel a nine hundred one..
"jordan catalano" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Is a sword from chronicles of Narnia that was a great game you guys are both amazing to roaches in the lead if hearing the name frozen embryos makes you stare wistfully out of a window while thinking of Jordan Catalano then you'll probably love our next game fictional bands were to play you a clip of the band from a television show movie or video game you just have to tell me the title of the work the band came from and the points are double the roast in the lead and you are in the final round laurel you need to get more points or you have to marry a wedding DJ here we go Tom Hanks wrote directed and stars in this film about the wonders of banned from Erie Pennsylvania has scored a hit with this song that thing you do that is correct nice pool when Hansard and Marketa at your blow over when on tour as the swell season after writing and performing this Oscar winning track falling slowly once once is correct yes it's a great song I've never heard if you've never heard of snow would you think of the clip it sounded does okay seven okay yeah yeah maybe prefer twice this fictional cartoon band from the nineteen eighties was truly outrageous and just like to park at Coachella even when you saw them it was hard to believe the world is it jem and the holograms it is Jim in the hologram I missed him in the holograms I didn't see any of it I don't know I have it I saw it it's mostly people I remember the star earrings and actually not too long ago I looked it up on wikipedia to get the whole backstory you just I just couldn't remember what the backstory was yeah I've like because I remember there was someone who I can these hearings and she would like twist the earrings and become a rock star and how did this happen and it's quite involved she puts on a week and she did yeah he comes around yeah yes and her boyfriend can't tell Rio that's the guy's name these I also looked.
"jordan catalano" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Dot com this is fresh air I'm Terry gross let's get back to my interview with Claire Danes the star of the Showtime series homeland which is in its eighth and final season she plays a CIA officer who's brilliant but at times behaves a radically because she has bipolar disorder Danes became famous in her mid teens for her starring role in the TV series my so called life as a girl in high school dealing with anxieties about school boyfriend's sexuality parents and self consciousness you were thirteen when you audition for my so called life and that show only lasted one season but it really had a huge impact like it's been described as cable TV before there was really cable because it was a it was just a much more true to life and sophisticated series and is then was on broadcast TV time for the most part and you were terrific in it and a lot of people grew up with that show I mean made a really big impression on them Hey so you said that your character Angela was going through some of the same things that you were going through when you were thirteen and auditions and then later on when you actually when the series actually got made yeah which is what about a year later yeah so what were some of the things that you're going through that you heard articulated in the series gosh I mean your first crush your your face breaking out that feeling of isolation I still remember there was one line in the pilot right said I can't bring myself to eat in front of my mother it just means too much to her which I of course think about all the time now is I tell my kids to eat their Spanish but yeah it it was so paralleled and I I sometimes there would be an episode that I didn't fully understand because I actually hadn't arrived at that experience myself and then a week later I would you know so it was this really amazing dance so in terms of things that you went through that your character went through I want to play a scene from my so called life and you and Jordan Catalano who you had a big crush on in this year had kissed but the rumor was going around in school that you actually had sex which you did not your mother's heard the rumor and decides it's time to have the talk with you about birth control so here is my guess Claire Danes and Bess Armstrong as her mother in a scene from my so called life and in the scene she's in her bedroom listening to the cranberries and you'll hear that and I should mention we're also going here Claire Danes doing a voice over in the scene.
"jordan catalano" Discussed on Full Cast And Crew
"Brought out the last all the words were all of these things hot steph. You could play twenty seconds of any nineties theme song and I can tell you what it is probably five seconds say by about now. I'm trying to remember because this is a little after my time When when I got it when I when we watched saved by the Bell We watched it ironically. So when was this on ninety three ninety five like we were in college or Post College when this was successful Samba the bell. Let's see aiding of eighty nine to ninety ninety. Three eighty nine weird one. I watched a lot of reruns. Y- eighty-nine was probably good morning bliss. Yes that's right which was right. which is a different show so ironically? And there's there's a great viewing to be had when watching this. Ironically that's why all the means that we enjoy now like you know the the show showgirls. Yeah the showgirls one. What's her name Jesse Span? East Elizabeth Berkeley is referred to them as characters I because of your it close personnel relationship to them. Yeah I remember actually my my my sister Melissa and my next door neighbor troy and I went into the Expo Center in Boston because mark. Paul Guzzler Glossary I'm sure was there signing autographs and it was like you're going -ironically. No I was a child and his dad agreed to take us and I remember. It's probably like February so agrees. I wanted to look like. It was summer morale capacity so I wore shorts and a tee shirt and kids. I was free. I don't know how mom was an indoor mall. Hopefully it was the expert center. I don't know what that means as the big trade shows. Yes it's changed names like what was it was like a comecon or something no so it was like probably the something weird like a car. Show that for some reason. I don't know why he was. So you're there and I remember being like maybe we'll notice that I look identical to Jacob Hausky at but in a nine year old's body and he had he did not care about the nine year old fans because they were like women fans who were there seeing him when he was probably not seventeen years he was probably not now so. I don't know how you did succeed. You you're able to go through the line and get the autograph. Yes yes did you have to pay for the auditor effort. Did your tough guy. I don't remember remember probably before paying for autographs was a thing of any. was there Ariza attraction to draw people in yeah to our show or whatever autographs. My I did get an autograph and a picture with my first real serious serious S. heartthrob boy crush. Jonathan Taylor Thomas Down at the creek in yanked the turtle out of their digit. Now if I go down a creek and find some confused Turtle's Shell GonNa go into the drought really. Yeah Oh yeah it was probably like eleven twelve which is weird because you wouldn't be watching home home improvement would you watch improvement to see jt. Right and also. I'm the youngest of three so I ended up watching a lot of like sitcoms and stuff that were a little old. What the hell's calls? Jt at that's what you're doing now. No idea see like he got out of the acting game good for him. Hopefully he's okay. I think he went to Harvard or something. I mean I. I think that he did okay. Upon graduation enrolled at Harvard where he studied philosophy and history and spent his third year abroad at Saint Andrews in two he does a ten. He graduated from Columbia. Gosh yeah good for you. Jt Right he doesn't know your look back in two thousand thirteen two thousand fifteen last man standing. which is Tim Allen show which he probably went onto a guest also directed directed three episodes? Jt that was a big thing. He was a heartthrob right. Oh Yeah I was really into him. Did you have like posters All over my walls. Very Gosh there. I don't think of you is like Fan girling in that way but I mean I was kind of A. I was ECLECTIC their magazines at the time. Oh yeah all those. Like teen beat the big bopper and all that junk out all those well. Oh I didn't subscribe to them but if they had GT. And the my would beg my mom till let me get them would you like hind for. Jt like what was the phantom. Like you know what's funny to again. I was like one day. Would it take up a significant portion to say something that you're into now although I do have a memory of calling Four one one and trying to ask for his number. Why did you know what Tony lived in now? Like I said probably in Los Angeles and I think I called again in pretended to four one one works Jane. Thank you for your call. You get like your town like Los Angeles. Jonathan Taylor Thomas hold one moment please you call four one. One pretended to be an agent. Like I was trying to like a nine year old agent. What were you going to do if you got him on the phone? Tell him that I well. I knew that if he just had a chance to talk to course no that we were meant to be together. We'll do you think he is. Today I looked. He's thirty eight. Is that crazy yeah. He's still young. Yeah good for him him. Gt sounds good. But of course. Jonathan Taylor Weiss. That's that's the real name that would have been. Jt has real name is Jonathan Taylor Weiss much yes how do I not know this about my main man. Maybe when at the time we've been have wikipedia back then in the ninety probably didn't have to learn much about okay so jt was a big part of it What other good television tidbits can we glean from the life of Jenny in the ninety s now very formative show for me was buffy the vampire slayer which I still think is like one of the best shows ever? I don't think I watched it in real time at that point. Okay Oh my God well everyone. I was obsessed with us. Who Played Angel? He was my next big Oh my God just a fan a good guy I just WanNa know. If he's worthy of your why did you don't know I don't know anything about autumn. You probably a lot more on my scandal. Everything on him around him playing a vampire dangerous so okay. I'm not sure that I was really serious. I just assumed that he was like you. Know that black guy but in real life but Sarah Michelle Gellar was amazing Alyson Hannigan. Whatever happens Sarah Michelle? She's she has a line now of baked goods organic baked goods. That she she still acting she is just two kids. Ed's she's married to Freddie Prince Junior or are they still married good for them you know. What after dumping on the Nineties Jenny? You all seem to be doing very well. It's the generation that actually it's all fucked up from teenage star divorces and everything like everybody. I'm like she's married to Freddie Prinze Junior. She's very gorgeous man and and they have beautiful children and she has a probably incredibly successful line of baked goods. Yeah and they're probably organic can't arts called food stirs and they're gonNa canucks connect you follow her on on the ground. You know what I gotTa Stop Shitting on your generation thank you. Wow you guys really had it together. I really changed. You know I I think you did. It actually did learn something. Jt went to to Ivy League colleges. And what's her name my Mba Alec. She went to study neuroscience science yes she was blossom and then back blossomed again on. TV All over and big bank there. That's kind of like fill your mystery with kind of team kind of cast had like the angsty high school each romance but it also had like mystery and a little like darkness to it and a lot. aww comedy because Draw Sweden. Who Josh Weeden yes? How about my so called life? That was a little older than me. So my older sister watched that one and I caught it sometimes especially yeah I know I know I would dare leto. Jordan Catalano. Lana I'm very familiar with like A. She was very but yeah. That was a few years older. Yeah Yeah Okay. What else can we some good? TV to beltway we were really into Tgif that was oh TGIF oh there's a theme song for it you should. That's a show. No that was like a Friday night. Lineup thank God. It's Friday on ABC. Maybe I wish you could see how horrifying it is to see you like Completely light up and come alive when I hear ninety cheesy theme Song Jenny. It's who I am. So what's on the TGIF lineup sooners Thursdays. Fridays works so it switched. But I think the original one that I saw when I was pretty young was perfect. Perfect strangers with balch back and Larry. Oh yeah perfect strangers I think of this earlier but okay that was earlier but I watched it because it was family program is is this a prime time Friday night. Yeah back toback half hour show exactly okay. I don't remember which is the most thing I've ever heard name all the shows. I recall humber coached but Perfect strangers off family matters of course Sol house step by step and then at some point I believe hanging with Mr Cooper was maybe in that mix and perfect strangers left at some point that I step by step. You should step by step. I'm missing some Major. I hear some major shows right. WanNa play a little of the theme song for me. I'll tell you. What do you got it from that? Now no the same amount of college. Here's what is that. You don't get this weight. I've got to get better at this magic. Ah clueless is the greatest. Sabrina the teenage witch. How that was after my time? Well it's ninety six to two thousand three on. I don't know if I believe that but to try to place this might Melissa. Who is the middle sister and I would bring our stuffed animals downstairs? Here's to put on the couch with us so we were I was not. I was young shelter for my daughter. Does it eight. Yeah so it's probably the same way. Okay so perfect. Strangers Full House. Yes Mr Belvedere. That was man before my time. San Possible Eighty five to ninety. Just the ten of US never heard of that. I know spin off of growing pains. Oh okay I never heard of that. Family matters US named. That's okay dinosaurs. Oh dinosaurs Mr for sure you watch that. Oh Yeah I'm the baby got us with Jim. Henson kids muppets yet. It was like a disturbance sharper. Her and more like sarcastic. It was. Yeah here's the theme.
"jordan catalano" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Back. My guess is Tony nominated. Actor Andrew Reynolds. Maybe you know him from the Broadway production of hairspray and the book of Mormon or from HBO's girls are showtimes, black Monday this hour, Andrew, and I are talking about his memoir published this spring. It's called too much is not enough. A memoir fumbling toward adulthood, and part two of our conversation by asking Andrew about the experience of coming out to his parents, which he did just a week before he moved from his home in Nebraska to New York City with the goal of making it as an actor, everyone who comes out like there's a little piece of your head. That's like, what if there is a problem, like what if there, what if they don't respond? Well, so I waited even though I had known my whole life that this was the case, I waited until about two week before moved just in case just in case there was a problem and there wasn't it was fine. But it did probably cause a little more tension was an new. Information that we all had then and wasn't new to them. Do you think God? I mean, my father did the very sort of typical thing I think a lot of parents say, which was or at least, you know, he said to me, he was like, well, I don't I don't think you need to be this way. But if you're choosing to be this way, I still love you and which hurt because, you know, it was choice. And then about six months later, I was home, visiting and he said, you know, I've been thinking about it, and I remember when you were five you wanted to be a solid, gold dancer. So I realize it's not a choice. This is the way you were born. So he did very sweet. It was very sweet. Very sweet. Very happy that he came to the point where he was like, oh, yeah, this is actually because I really did. I mean, I was I wanted to be a solid gold dancer. It was like my first dream job. So I think my father was like, okay Danny Terry. It was transient. I mean yeah. So you did you when you came here came to go to college. Yes. What was that push and pull like, I think a lot of actors have like I'm in school. I wanna be auditioning in school. It's a tricky thing. It was very hard. It was very appealing to have the access to auditions additioning for Broadway shows within a month of moving here. So obviously, that's I was skipping school to like to start dishing stuff. I don't know. I mean, I do tell people who young people who ask about colleges like New York is not for everyone. And you know, in reality, perhaps, I should have gone someplace I to go to school. But the, the appeal of dislike living life in the city was too, great for me. So I, I ended up dropping out of college and just started working because it's right here. It's right here. So I was like I might as well, try. It and there is the question to like, is this degree like what is this, actually? What am I buying? What am I paying for? Is this gonna it doesn't guarantee me a job is that actually make gonna make me better? Is that gonna and the you know, the answer for me, was I just I got a job. And I just started working. I think that was a good education for me, but I might have done it differently. So much of the story, the book store at your life story of your life, and your life is about friendships and about relationships and you have this friend and her name is Zach Susannah. Yes, it got got sort of Ellis Island is for while her parents called her Susan awhile on is much more, so well, it's her name, you know. Yeah. It's also glamorous. So why was she such an important person to you? When you think back to that she was the first person that I met who wanted the same thing. I did. So it you know, eighteen when we met, we met at a college scholarship audition this program called the young arts, and she was from Fort Wayne, I was from Nebraska we met there. She was the first person that I met who wanted this had the same dream that I had and was actually willing to do it. She was also moving to New York, she was going to Barnard she was going to. She was going to do it, and that was the first person that I met who also like unabashedly set out loud. Like that's what I want to I'm going to we're going to go get that together. And it was really exciting to, to have someone that I could just be shameless about that. Like I have ambition, and that's okay. And not I didn't want to apologize for it. You know, you find yourself some sometimes apologizing. Ambition or apologizing for dreams or being this is silly. But this is what I want, but she wanted the same thing. I did. And we could just say it out loud, Lee afraid to say it out loud. Yeah. Oh, absolutely. I was because it felt it felt too, it was too big too big too big to say, like I wanna be on Broadway. That's that seems shameful and teachers and things along the way that were like. But what do you really want to do? What is the what you know, what do you actually want to do like no? That's the thing. I wanna do I wanna be Broadway. And I think it got drilled into my head that, that was somehow unacceptable to just say that loud, you inches, both coming from the mid west to New York, you have a great passing and ask you to read that describes what it's like to come to your who you think you should be. It's on say you'll see the word I crossed out because you can't say it. Start with my dreams is Andrew Reynolds reading from his memoir too much is not enough to get nervous reading something that I wrote, it's like I wrote this. So I should be fine. Reading here we go, my dreams of living in New York went beyond Broadway, and the appeal of wearing all black clothing. I wanted the whole lifestyle that came with being a New Yorker I wanted to walk into a deli with my MoMA tote bag complain about subway service intelligently in order myself, a regular coffee understanding exactly what I was getting that's milk and two sugars, but perhaps most of all I wanted to be a cultured person in the way, I perceive New Yorkers to be I wanted to go to art galleries and performance installations, and plays that were staged in abandoned storefronts my partner and this exploration was always Zuzana. We were young artists. We were living in New York City. Now they were experiences to be had. There was art to be seen, and we're going to find it after years of being limited to community theater productions and big screen. Blockbusters in the mid west. We were hungry for darker, fair. We wanted to be challenged and short. We wanted to see some weird stuff. I self edited. Thank you can't editing. Did you have you ever real heavy realized that yet or is that still something that's offense and your head? No. I mean I, I do feel like, yeah I feel like I've, I've done it. I mean doing it I guess. Yeah. I mean, part of the great part about living here is taking advantage of the city right of doing all of the things that there are two here. So and then some ways, I think that, you know, coming from someplace else, like I could see it very clearly like all of the opportunities, and all of the, the information that's in front of you that you get to take in so. Yeah, I feel like I'm doing it. Angie's mentioned at the top of the interview for anybody just tuning now that, that, you know, it's the book doesn't start or really include any of your huge great success. It talked about all the hard work along the way and all the all the summer stock. You had to do and all the different kind of performances in strange places. Is there one story? You think you can share that really sort of embodies, what that experience was like those rungs on the ladder? I mean the one that pops out is that, that I was in the touring production of Pokemon live. Which is a very hard time my life, Pokemon life drank a lot. Poke my life. You know Pokemon is a cartoon and some I don't know what it took a card game. I'm not sure it's was a video game. I have no idea. It was turned into a show. They turned it into a live show that we did at Radio City Music hall, and then we took on, like a small tour throughout the states. And yeah, that was tough. That was really. That's paying dues is when you're in Pokemon life. And what did you play hokey my played one of the villains there was, there's a duo called team rocket, and their names are Jesse James, and I played James and it was like it was, it was very informative. He's was a gay clown part. It was like a very over the top gate, clown. And I didn't wanna do it, and I thought it was sort of -fensive. I thought the you know, the voice and the all of it, but I needed a job, did it that interesting sort of moment of do I want to do this, because it leaned into so many hard stereo. Types here, American actors talk about this a lot and you but at the same time you're working actor, you need to check you need something on your resume. That's a tough choice. It was tough and it was, but it was I don't regret it because it was a good lesson. Particularly just like saving money, quite frankly, of like don't put yourself in that position. Don't I mean I needed that job to live. But I was like after that I was like I'm never going to I've never wanna put myself in that position to have to take job. Because sometimes it's an actor, the only power, you have is to say, no. So you say no to additions. You can say no to offers like that sometimes it because once you're in it, you just gotta do it. So that's when I learned that lesson you did check out for a while. You said you know what I'm not sure this is going to be for me. This was a great dream. I've exercise that a bit. And I'm gonna get a job as a temp and figure out. Yeah. I ended up working for this, the people who make Pokemon actually I, I worked for this company called four kids, entertainment, and directed animation for like two and a half years. And weirdly the audition that set me over the edge was hairspray. I got very close to getting it. I did not get it. And then I was like, I'm leaving the business. I can't do this. It was just too much. Mike, had my heartbroken like too many times, I was like I just can't do it any more and then strangely two and a half years later that was the that came back around that I was like you know what I think it's time to tackle that. Let's, let's tackle those fears get back in there. And then it worked out two years later during those two years. What did you think about a lot? I tried to ignore the fact that I was not doing the thing that I came here to do. I mean if I like kind of a win that I was still here. It's not like I moved. I mean, I could've moved back to Nebraska but I didn't I stayed. But then some ways that was worse, because I stayed and I still wasn't doing the thing that I came here to do. So it was a strange time. I mean I was distracted by work. I had a boyfriend that I love very much like I was I was living. But there was always something in the back of my mind that was like you're not you're not doing the thing. You said you were going to do you mentioned that you had a steady boyfriend at the time. Did you come to New York also to find love did you decide this was gonna be the place where you were going to have your great love? Yeah. Yeah. Absolutely. I mean because I had sort of a rough entry into sexual life. I seem like a clean slate. And I found like a you know, very quickly found a very dreamy, you know, dumb boyfriend and college. That was like. Very appropriate for nineteen dislike a handsome, Demi that was great. And he like, you know, he looked like Jordan Catalano. And I thought I was winning. I was like this is success. I found like a Email he boyfriend, I'm going to live in New York. I'm done. But you were needed to that big break, you need to find that. You do you consider hairspray your big break. Yeah. I mean, I think that's another part of why I focus on this particular time in my life was because that was that was my big success. My dream was to be on Broadway. It was quickly, you know, I was so grateful to achieve it, and I was very happy for a very long time just having that dream. And, of course, as we've all learned from Oprah, sometimes when you when you achieve a dream than the next thing is to dream different dream or a bigger dream..
"jordan catalano" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1
"Still hair malaria. It wasn't the other way around. Ooh. Filling the place that's rude. Yes. Jared Leto allegedly yelled at a photographer at the met gala last night who thought that Jared Leto was one of the hosts of queer eye. Now Darren criss was also mentioned in there. Somebody did also say Nick Jonas. So it could be any of those people potentially. I don't know why I feel like Jared Leto would be more the type, maybe it's that thirty seconds. Yeah. And also that he would be the type to yell at somebody making that mistake. Whereas somebody else would not mind would just be like, no, that's not me. Leto is don't you know, who I think I am type of person? Right. I do love him. But I love him in the way that you love, you know, like I loved him as Jordan Catalano on my so called life, and he shall never fall from that rank and my heart. But I'm I can I certainly see where he has his deficits that was twenty five years ago. I know, but you know, like, you have those don't you or just me, you know, they're just like, for example, Bradley like how Jamie your partner is with Madonna. We're like you love them for what they were to you at a certain time of your life, and that will never change, but I can acknowledge that him carrying around his own bed at the met gala and yelling. Ramon. I want you to do that Bradley, I want, you know, I don't want you to do what you just. I didn't say anything didn't say on the radio. Do you mean the blind item? You. We're going to actually take a break, Bradley because when we come back we're going to take off far turn away from far turn far term, which also doesn't make sense leave me alone. We're going to walk away from the gala which happened last night and tell you about something else that happened last night that was a little less high profile, but was wonderful. Yeah. Exactly that we really enjoyed. We'll tell you about it after this on mytalk one zero seven one second chance.
"jordan catalano" Discussed on WGN Radio
"Here's John on WGN. Hey, john. Hello. I wanna talk about Joan of Arcadia, I loved that show. Lasted three seasons at the end of the third season. This guy arise in town. And he's either Satan or he's one of Satan's minions. And so she was going to go to battle with the devil and season four and then there was no season. And they cancelled it, and I thought amber Tamblyn was great on that show. I really did. And it was. Yeah. That was one of those shows that I that that you know, it they left it on. I think out of courtesy. They gave it that third season. John because the ratings were really low on that show. But I agree with you. I thought that show was terrific. It should have been on much longer. Emerton was great. The parents Mary Steenburgen you and Joe Montana wonderful their friends to they were a great cast. And I mean, come on. I wanted to see her go to battle. I agree. That's what's so frustrating about this John when you went on some of our favorite shows, they cut us off. And then that's it. It's like, wait a minute. What happened? So. All right, John. Thanks, man. Okay. Here's the I can't believe I didn't mention this one already. I can't. I mean, I just this. This one is probably I mean, this one is probably bigger than than wonderful is the first one that pops into my head. But this one the cancel the cancellation of the cancellation of this one is unforgivable, and that is my so called life. My so called life is such a great show. I mean, a really really great show, and it got it got cut it got cancelled after one season. And you don't know whether Angela ended up with. Jordan catalano. And if you've watched my so called life. It didn't have a big viewership. When it was on. When it was on network. Tv nobody was really watching it, and the people that we're watching it had a very very very passionate love for it. Like me a lot of the people that were watching that show loved my so called life like we're kind of obsessed with it. And I was one of them. And I thought Angela chase was just such a great character. And I thought Claire Danes was so great on it, and it captured teen life really really beautifully and that, you know, the whole struggle between her and Catalano played by Jared Leto. Jared Leto was just fantastic. And I was emotionally hooked. And when it ended on a cliffhanger, and they just canceled. It I was so angry my so called life. I was so so angry when they when they canceled that show, but then it got picked up by MTV, not new episodes. They didn't shoot any new episodes. But you've got a whole new fan base. You know, a few years later MTV started to show it and it got a whole new fanbase. And now, there are even more my so called life fans than there were before who are angry when they when they started showing it on MTV for that second life. It it. It got a lot of attention a lot of people who the MTV audiences started watching it started loving it. And then they were upset that it was cancelled as well. So that's like way near the top of the list of got cancelled way. Tune in a shouldn't have been canceled. My so called life right near the top of the list. Okay. We got a couple of lines open. If you want to jump in talk and text three one two nine eight one seven two hundred we are talking about TV shows that were canceled way too soon, and we'll come back after this mortgage rates are the lowest.
"jordan catalano" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"I ended up working for this the people who make Pokemon actually I I worked for this company called four kids entertainment and directed animation for like two and a half years. And weirdly the audition that sent me over the edge was hairspray. I got very close to getting it. I did not get it. And then I was like, I'm leaving the business. I can't do this. It was. Just too much. I Mike had my heartbroken like too many times. I was like I just can't do it anymore, and then strangely two and a half years later that was the addition that came back around that I was like, you know, what I think it's time to tackle that let's let's tackle those fears and get back in there and then worked out two years later during those those two years, what did you think about a lot? I tried to ignore the fact that I was not doing the thing that I came here to do it felt like kind of a win that I was still here. It's not like, I moved. I mean, I could have moved back to Nebraska. But I didn't I stayed. But in some ways that was worse because I stayed and I still wasn't doing the thing that I came here to do. So it was a strange time. I mean, I was distracted by work. I was I had a boyfriend that I loved very much like I was I was I was living. But there was always something in the back of my mind. That was like, you're not you're not doing the thing. You said you were going to do you mentioned that you had a steady boyfriend at the time. Did you come to New York? Also to find love did you decide this was going to be the place where you were going to have your great love. Yeah. Yeah. Absolutely. I mean because I had sort of a rough entry into sexual life. I seem like a clean slate. And I found like a very quickly found like a very dreamy. You know, down boyfriend college that was like. Very appropriate for nineteen dislike a handsome Demi. That was great. And he like, you know, he looked like Jordan Catalano. And I thought I was winning. I was like this is success. I found like a MO a boyfriend I'm going to live in New York. I'm done. But you were needed to have that big break you need to find that you do you consider hairspray your big break. Yeah. I mean, I think that's another part of why I focus on this particular time in my life was because that was that was my big success. My dream was to be on Broadway. It was quickly. I was so grateful to achieve it. And I was very happy for a very long time. Just having that dream, and of course, as we've all learned from Oprah. Sometimes when you when you achieve a dream than the next thing is to dream of different dream or a bigger dream. And that's what I did. I sort of traded up in imagine something else. And but for a long time that was I was very happy to be in the chorus of a Broadway show because that's what I wanted to do. That's that's what I came here to do. So I was thrilled. And that was that was the win. That was the I got it. So, you know, I think that you know, the book. Mormon obviously was also a big win and a dream come true. But my initial dream was a little smaller. What was a smaller dream? That's why I kind of I like the way the book. That's that's kind of where you end up you end up. It doesn't have to be the Oscar being the dreams. I did the thing that I can think about since I was five and pretending to be on solid gold. I get to be on Broadway. Yeah. So interesting. So let's talk about a couple of big wins in our last couple minutes or so. Of everything you've done on Broadway. What's the one that sort of blows your mind blows your fifteen year old brain that you got to well performing on the Tony's with the book of Mormon was like, you know, that was insane. I mean, that's how I that was my access point to Broadway with the Tony awards pre internet that was the one time of year where you got you got to see things on Broadway was the Tony broadcasts. So so getting to do that was unbelievable. So that will always be the closest to my heart doing Falsettoes on Broadway was also because again seeing that on the Tony awards as a kid and then getting to be in. That revival was something that I never thought would happen and working with James pine, it was that was a real dream come true. What is next for you? What do you think next? I mean, I would love to write more. Yeah. I would love to keep doing this. I'm very. Very excited about this television series black Monday that I did for for Showtime. And I love this people very much, and I love the experience, and I hope that that continues. But I I wanna keep writing. I really liked the process of it. And I liked we'll see we'll see if we'll see if anybody reads it, but but I should like to do in it. Andrew rentals will be at the Barnes and noble in union square. Tomorrow night at seven thirty pm with his new memoir. Too much is not enough a memoir fumbling toward adulthood, it was such a pleasure to meet you. 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"jordan catalano" Discussed on Weekend Observations with Stu and Jr.
"Now, I like the binned watching what I don't like is. I don't mind every week looking forward to sort of show. But I don't like when they take a break for like, six months. I don't remember what happened. The last episode will what the even the show was called. What do you think about all that with Netflix come into the picture here? Just the fact that yeah, you can watch what you want when you wanted you like that you don't like that you seem old school with movies and television, Abby, you're so. Right. The week to week is fine. But those six months nine months, I mean, it's almost like this time of year with baseball guys. Like how my supposed to remember which character on game of thrones? They're all white guys beers. Like the Pittsburgh Pirates. How much most remember who's in their bullpen? I dunno. It's white guys. Reveres. I haven't seen him in six months, and I I missed to God's the everybody watched nine two zero together. And then the next morning at school y'all talked about Kelly Taylor in fire like now, everybody's on different schedules. So somebody'll come up to you and be like, yo can you believe that Jordan Catalano Jared Leto made our Claire Danes finally on my cell call life last night. You're like, wait a minute. I haven't watched that. I'm I'm waiting till. I have the weekend to watch six in a row back in the day. Sounds to Greg Cody used to be able to all be on the same schedule. All talk about the show. Making any ask someone? Do you watch Ozark? Oh, don't tell me. What happened? I haven't gotten that far. Whatever it is. You can't even discuss it because you don't wanna ruin it. If the other person. Spoiler alert is out the window. I'm just gonna let it fly and talk about it. If it pisses people off at people off, that's what Netflix has done. It's ruined TV man Lyons with us year on stupidity host of the lion's den podcast on podcast one..
"jordan catalano" Discussed on Your Last Meal With Rachel Belle
"Sweet taste is heavy and too much. We can really slow the digestive process down. So let's we've had a home meal, and then we pile on top of it desert. This can also cause in digestion gasp alluding fermentation Jodi says when she's really hungry desert. Just doesn't sound good to her. So she'll start her meal with a less sugary. Sweet like roasted beets carrots. But my next guest is all about having a little chocolate or even whole cupcake before a meal. Brandy Malloy co host the new food network show. Let's eat she's a food and lifestyle contributor on the today show, and she's a judge on many food network shows like the very hard to say guys, grocery games and chop junior. I did it and brandy is pretty much. A lifelong proponent of eating dessert. I my dad's served in the army forty years, and one of the places that we were stationed was Germany and in Europe. It's very common to start a meal with a little bit of coffee and pastry or some chocolate, and that's kind of like, you know, your teeth before you have your actual meal when you eat dessert after then it just becomes the cycle of cravings because you have dessert, and then you want something salty. And then you want something sweet again is that something that you've experienced. I totally said this two nights ago at dinner. Yes. I think that is absolutely right. A lot of times you have deserted the end, and then it's almost like a restart in. You're like who I want something salty. But then he after you something salty want something sour, and then you're kind of going through all the different flavors. And then you're having a second dinner. I totally think it's it's the bad way to go about things. And listen, I'm not talking about eating a sleeve of orios or going to town on Sunday, which is a little something that you actually enjoy an what I love is. I did a article about this several years ago when I talked to some doctors in clinical nutritionist, and I was really happy to discover that one of them said that when you do eat dessert with a higher fat content or protein content like ice cream or an avocado based chocolate pudding. It actually helps lower the glycemic load of the meal. It's not just all sugar. So it's not like your blood sugar is gonna spike, and you're gonna have a sugar crash. It's something that's gonna help make you feel more satisfied. And therefore, you're probably not gonna eat as much for dinner with. It's all going to even out but aside from the health benefits and the digestive benefits. Jodi, says desserts are connected with the heart. But I'm not talking about the one that's beating in your chest. I'm talking about the one that inspires you to hang pictures of Jordan Catalano, aka Jared Leto all over your room that you ripped from the pages of teen magazines. I love you, Jordan. The only thing too. That are Viet is says is sweet equals love. So we have to really watch when we are craving. Sweet. We are craving love. And so if we're excessively craving sweet, it might tell us something about what our heart needs are what we need physically. And so the sweet taste can also Volk joy and compassion and love, and, you know, maybe this is why we share, you know, suites with each other and fake, desserts and things for each other the shore love and affection and utter ration-. That's true. I never thought about that. You never give someone like love crackers. Love broccoli. No. I wonder why. 'cause there's plenty of food. That is like crazy delicious pizza like I'd love or someone to give me a love pizza. But it's never it's like Brown think about Valentine's Day, and you just go to Bartels in the whole. I'll is just candy and chocolate. That's right. Exactly. Yeah. Because love equals sweets. We equals love. So my one year anniversary with my boyfriend is coming up and our first date was on February thirteenth, and we shared a fried chicken sandwich on our first date. So I feel more attached to that in my heart than I do for chocolate. But I always joke with him. I wish that are anniversary was February fifteenth because that's when all the candies on sale like on the thirteenth that is the highest price. You're gonna pay for chocolate so really poor choice for a date. Okay. Time for a break..