17 Burst results for "Joshua Malina"

"joshua malina" Discussed on Mac Power Users

Mac Power Users

03:49 min | 2 years ago

"joshua malina" Discussed on Mac Power Users

"Read a book. And then they talk about it on the show and the books are always nonfiction. They just did one on thankfulness. You know, that's the thing here. I guess between the less this is like recommendations about how to be thankful and how it can sorry. They did one on the happiness project. How to be happy? And it's just good stuff. You know? It's it's a little you know, productivity kind of stuff if that's not your thing. That's okay. But I enjoy it because I don't have time to read all those books, and they do a really good job of summarizing them. And you know, one out of every three or four they talk about it enough that I'm like, oh, you know, what I might just want to read that book. So bookworm is a great little podcast that Joe and Mike have been doing for some time. And that's a true labor of love for them. They make a really great show. Another one that I listened to is make me smart with Kyra Stalin. Molly would I've listened to Molly ever since buzz out. Loud was one of my very first podcast that I started listening to I love that show. I miss that show so much I wish it would come back. But I know that it won't. But make me smart is got I will say that. It has a text slant. It's a marketplace podcast. It's tech slant, usually, but it's not necessarily about tech usually takes kind of a a popular topic or something that's going on. And it talks to you about it. They talked about cryptocurrency. They've been talking about market fluctuations it it's just a way that you can sound telegenic about kind of an ongoing topic. I will second that one. I listened to that show to the another one. I like is the guys over that make base camp. You know, thirty seven signals have a show called rework where they talk about, you know, kind of the workplace in two thousand eighteen and they've got some progressive ideas about how should be run and the cult rework, and I like it that that's a book that they wrote years ago, but they've continued it on a podcast. I listen to Michael Hyatt's new podcast lead to win. It's more about leadership and how to be a good leader. And particularly how to be a good boss and lot of good tidbits. A lot of the stuff in. There is not necessarily applicable to what I do. But a lot of good tidbits in there about managing your time managing others at. It's it's a great show. I always enjoy it. I here's the hippie one occasionally sneaks out that do little meditation is a podcast audio Dharma where there's a it's it's up in Redwood City, and you know, I'm not you don't have to be Buddhist to listen to this stuff. It's just good advice. And there's one of the teachers are gonna kill FRANZ still. And I think his his lectures are very good about just kind of holding yourself together as you work through this crazy world, and I'd recommend audio Dharma. All right. So the last one I'm going to give you is also an entertainment related podcast. It is the west wing weekly. It's with Joshua Malina. And. Enrich case her way. And it is they go episode by episode through the west wing in order, and I have watched all of those episodes, you know, many many times. So I'm at the point where I even though I'm not necessarily rewatching the show every week with them. I know the shows well enough that when they start talking about them. I can I know exactly where they are. And I can get right there with them and tab, Joshua Malina who played I want to say he played Jaren. But that's that's not right. He played Jeremy on sportsline. But to have Joshua Malina on the show. I think adds a another extra layer to it. And both very good podcasts. Very well produced. Yeah. That's a good one one of these days. I'm going to have to watch the west wing. I not watched the window you need to stop this podcast right now. It's just go start right now start with season one..

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"joshua malina" Discussed on The West Wing Weekly

The West Wing Weekly

04:13 min | 2 years ago

"joshua malina" Discussed on The West Wing Weekly

"Joshua malina and i'm reshi case your way and today we're talking about episode five of season five it's called constituency of one the tele play is by west wing weekly hall of famer ally addy the story is by ally and michael oates palmer and the direction is by laura innes terrific actor from er and an all john wells crony and a multi director of west wing that's right and this episode i aired on october twenty ninth two thousand and three prior to this lori and has also directed let bartlett bartlett and shibboleth classics two classes because some classics under her belt very impressive i was delighted as this episode began to discover my first full frontal have you ever done fullfrontal before i've done brief nudity that's where you're you're naked except for the brief situating now that's where i'm fully naked oh yeah that's my problem don't need to talk about it here this episode has a great will storyline giving you some juicy material to work with because will is caught in a dilemma of his own whether to stick with the team and work under toby under conditions that have gotten what a bit worse from when he first started as it isn't gonna have nightmares about color coded six day weeks with no accomplishments or to go to vice president bob russell's team instead the reasons why the circumstances are so good with toby anymore is because toby is trying to create this message calendar and he's pushing it kind of dicta torey more skillfully amy gardner is finding her place in the first lady's office but the way that she operates doesn't jive so well with the west wing staff and especially with president bartlett and josh is celebrating his birthday while also fighting with a conservative democratic senator who's played by tom skerritt who's holding up military promotions because of funding he wants directed towards his home state of idaho yes we can see that the ability to book major guest stars has not diminished with the passing of these sorkin shlomi administration tom skerritt that's a big booking big get yeah coming up later in this episode we'll be joined by special guest jennifer palmieri who was hillary clinton's director of communications on her presidential campaign and before that she was director of communications in the white house for president obama also a good get exactly nice to see that season five hasn't hindered arbil eighty two guests that's right where do you want to start with the nasal stylings of josh molina sank toby yeah well actually here's a little reminiscence i have that must have been just prior to this episode i do remember john wells asking to meet with me and went up to his office and i sat down and he said okay so here's the plan i have to keep you on the show and i said well i don't need to hear anymore i'm it sounds great and he basically what he shared with me in that meeting was the direction in which he planned to take will basically he said i think we've done seeing the white house and how things work through the new guys is i think aaron did that brilliantly and i think he did it fully and we're not going to use you for that anymore and then he kind of talked to me about the request from bingo bob to work for him that will would receive and that he he told me that in fact will would take this job and i thought it was actually very nice of john to even bother giving me a heads up i'm not normally used to that i don't expect that as an actor here's what we planned to take you i think he felt like maybe i would wouldn't love that direction so we wanted to explain to me this is this is the way to keep will on the show and relevant and i don't think i had much say that then hey thanks for the heads up sounds great and you know this is the beginning i keep reminding myself that you don't know any of this of this story line like even the this to me is the beginning of the reason behind my twitter bios being high i ruined the west wing right there is.

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"joshua malina" Discussed on The West Wing Weekly

The West Wing Weekly

03:35 min | 2 years ago

"joshua malina" Discussed on The West Wing Weekly

"Hey guys the way those tears listened to the west wing weekly there's hope there's always i'm joshua malina and i'm russia cashier way for those of you wondering i was playing left hand and ritchie was playing right hand tonight we're talking about hon it's episode four of season five of the west wing this episode was written by peter noah peter noah would later go on to many things including being a consulting producer on believe forty episodes of scandal he's a great writer and story credit for this goes to peter noah and mark goffman that's peter noah amp sanda mark goffman and an de paulo you and the direction is by the always magnificent christopher museu no the exit first aired on october twenty second two thousand and three in this episode north korean pianist comes to the white house for performance but things get complicated when he tells the president he wants to defect cj's fort but everyone else is pretty much against it and the president has to weigh both arguments meanwhile will having a hard time writing and inspiring speech about the nomination and confirmation of vice president to be bob russell and josh is battling one congressman who plans to be holdout vote against the nomination toby wants to get away from speechwriting but every time he thinks he's out they keep pulling him back in we're gonna start our discussion of this episode by speaking with poly you paulo worked as a staff writer on the west wing for season four and she has story credit on this episode even though came out and season five and coming up she'll tell us how that happened since her time on the west wing paul has gone on to write and produce for shows like supergirl and mozart in the jungle and many others she's also the author of several books for children and young adults you can find a link to pause website polly you dot com on our website where we've also posted a video of paula playing the west wing theme on violin in four part harmony with herself that's pretty awesome 'cause how you first started working on the west wing i was hired as a staff writer on the west wing for the fourth season and what happened was up until then i was a journalist for about ten years and then eventually left to work on my fiction full time i was teaching and a friend of mine recommended she said will you write fiction and you are journalists in your tv junkie i don't know why you're not writing for tv because that's basically fiction writing on a deadline so i said so i applied to the warner brothers workshop and i had never written a script before i actually hand wrote it out i just knew that the dialogue was in the middle of the page that's all i knew and i knew every fifteen minutes something exciting happened before the commercial break so i kind of just guessed and i wrote an angel spec and i sent it into tripoli like angel and i sent it to the warner brothers workshop and then they called a few months later say gotten into the program and so because of the warner brothers workshop that's how it got my agents within got me on the west wing so it was kind of like a pretty quick trajectory to meet with aaron in order to get that job or yeah you meet with the executives and then all the you know the network and all that and then i finally met aaron at his office on the warner brothers lot in that was i was like oh my gosh this is happening so fast was a little intimidated 'cause it's earned circuit but he was actually really nice made me feel very comfortable in i don't really remember what we talked about just laughed a lot so 'cause he's funny so that's that's my cinderella story i guess i was the on season four.

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"joshua malina" Discussed on Recode Media with Peter Kafka

Recode Media with Peter Kafka

01:57 min | 2 years ago

"joshua malina" Discussed on Recode Media with Peter Kafka

"Twos in room sort of thing and the but it's at this point when we forbid are i talk once it was sort of related to the ritchie from songs floater does this show called the west wing weekly which is recap of west wing and but he does it with joshua malina was on the west wing and you know aaron sorkin draws by the like that so it's like that's a radio show history copious oh great and so the so i think our senses like we just want things that are you know highly produced and great and can we talk about ninety nine percent invisible so you your thing you're known for that show but but broadly being a guy into design and i asked you to describe the podcast and he said it's about design so i listen i like it it seems like it's a stretch that maybe i'm missing the design episodes i just listened to this week's episode it's about how doctors explain to patients that they're going to die yeah it's great yeah john cleese has a cami no explain how that design i mean it's really just about thoughtfulness and whatever humans rakers designed so like really brought umbrella very proud umbrella or did you did you say initially wanna talk about bout house and then eventually to narrow no initially i was i was thinking i i wanted to make a little minute of like a story about a building in a minute and san francisco and place it in morning edition that was the first concept of what nine son of his voice and then i wanted to broaden that to the concept of design where i talk about like manhole covers and doorknobs or whatever then it became very clear to me that what i really loved was the idea of the intensity of of way people designed everything designed governments designed you know.

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"joshua malina" Discussed on The West Wing Weekly

The West Wing Weekly

01:31 min | 2 years ago

"joshua malina" Discussed on The West Wing Weekly

"Live from lincoln theatre this is the west wing weekly i'm rich case your way and i'm joshua malina recited to be here in dc if you've been following us on social media you know that we've been on tour for about a week and a half i can't speak for richie but i'm wearing not a single article of clothing also was nice to meet literally each and everyone of you before the show today we're talking about episode twenty two from season four it's called commencement it was written by aaron sorkin it was directed by alex graves and i shared on may seventh two thousand and three before we get into the details of the episode here's a little overview so the first time we were introduced zoe bartlett back in season one episode five she was about to start school at georgetown in this the penultimate episode of season for zoe's graduating president bartlett is the commencement speaker and his angst over zoe's impending three month trip to france with jeanpaul is spill into his approach to the speech and will has to help them sort through it the staff finds out the truth about abdul sheriff and it turns out the world's about to as well thanks to danny cannon whose discovered it on his own cj keeps them at bay with the news that five terrorists are on the loose and revealing the news to the public would be threat to national security charlie tries to send zoe off with a bottle of champagne and a sense of closure and toby.

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"joshua malina" Discussed on 99% Invisible

99% Invisible

01:54 min | 2 years ago

"joshua malina" Discussed on 99% Invisible

"Sounds like this then we heard that when my sister would say there's your friend you've been listening to decode hosted by willa paskhin decoder ring is a brand new podcast from slate it was produced an edited by benjamin fresh you can find out more about the show at slate dot com slash dakota ring or just go subscribe to it wherever you get your podcast it's good you're gonna like it one of the shows in radio topa is the west wing weekly and the co host of that show is joshua malina who starred in the show sports night one of my favorite television shows of all time and is cited as the tipping point moment of the laugh track so i asked him what it was like to act on tv show that was slowly turning down the laugh track over the course of the series we have that conversation after this support for ninety nine percent invisible comes more friends at rocket mortgage by quicken loans chances are you're confident when it comes to work your hobbies and your life rocket mortgage gives you that same level of confidence when it comes to buying a home a refinancing your existing home loan rocket mortgage is simple allowing you to fully understand all the details and be confident you're getting the right mortgage for you to get started go to rocketmortgage dot com slash invisible equal housing lender licensed in all fifty states in m l s consumer access dot org number thirty thirty finish the proposal send the email post the update make the call schedule the meeting right the brief distribute the agenda at the copy format the presentation the question for all you insanely busy freelancers is how many plates can you spend at once our friends at fresh books understand that you have your limits and they wanna help they've created ridiculously easy cloud accounting made for freelancers that means you can spend less time dealing with your annoying adleman and paperwork.

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"joshua malina" Discussed on 99 Percent Invisible

99 Percent Invisible

01:54 min | 2 years ago

"joshua malina" Discussed on 99 Percent Invisible

"Sounds like this then we heard that when my sister would say there's your friend you've been listening to decode hosted by willa paskhin decoder ring is a brand new podcast from slate it was produced an edited by benjamin fresh you can find out more about the show at slate dot com slash dakota ring or just go subscribe to it wherever you get your podcast it's good you're gonna like it one of the shows in radio topa is the west wing weekly and the co host of that show is joshua malina who starred in the show sports night one of my favorite television shows of all time and is cited as the tipping point moment of the laugh track so i asked him what it was like to act on tv show that was slowly turning down the laugh track over the course of the series we have that conversation after this support for ninety nine percent invisible comes more friends at rocket mortgage by quicken loans chances are you're confident when it comes to work your hobbies and your life rocket mortgage gives you that same level of confidence when it comes to buying a home a refinancing your existing home loan rocket mortgage is simple allowing you to fully understand all the details and be confident you're getting the right mortgage for you to get started go to rocketmortgage dot com slash invisible equal housing lender licensed in all fifty states in m l s consumer access dot org number thirty thirty finish the proposal send the email post the update make the call schedule the meeting right the brief distribute the agenda at the copy format the presentation the question for all you insanely busy freelancers is how many plates can you spend at once our friends at fresh books understand that you have your limits and they wanna help they've created ridiculously easy cloud accounting made for freelancers that means you can spend less time dealing with your annoying adleman and paperwork.

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"joshua malina" Discussed on The West Wing Weekly

The West Wing Weekly

01:33 min | 2 years ago

"joshua malina" Discussed on The West Wing Weekly

"Hi ho you're listening to the west wing weekly i'm joshua malina and i'm rashiq airway today we're talking about angel maintenance it's episode nineteen from season four the stories by ally addy and kevin falls our dear dear friends the tele plays by addie and aaron sorkin this episode was directed by jessica yu oscar winner and it first aired on april second two thousand and three it's the return of jessica yu who also directed somebody's going to emergency somebody's going to jail that's right in this episode the president's on his way home from manila aboard air force one along with some of the staff and the white house press corps when a light for the landing gear failed to go off which could mean that the light doesn't work or it could mean something worse and cj has to keep the reporters and the dark so they don't create a national security risk by reporting it back in the white house josh is working on a bill to clean up the chesapeake with a moderate republican congressman and congressman mark richardson returns and toby has to deal with him because the congressional black caucus is threatening to vote against a canoe peacekeeping bill no mention in that synopsis of manila's being a an anagram for molina you're you're on it as his animal i want to be your spirit molina people there's an episode of this american life where david sedaris reads his essay the youth in asia where talks about all about pets and he talks about his parents having a dog named molina really do you know that it's in meet now pretty one day a look for it off.

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"joshua malina" Discussed on The West Wing Weekly

The West Wing Weekly

02:08 min | 3 years ago

"joshua malina" Discussed on The West Wing Weekly

"With absolutely love to has to say referenced to me is that horrible little man who replaced robleh mmm which i got a kick out of habit when the episode aired how did you watch it did you have a party i'm sure he did not have a party and i don't remember all right i just don't it's funny i i remember making the episode in the shooting it and all the specifics i don't remember i'm guessing i sat and watched it with my wife maybe were working i mean maybe the reason why you don't remember it is because at that point by the time it aired you would be somewhere in that six episode run yeah men may well have been working when it first there i want to assure people i won't talk about myself this much coming episodes less they feel that the entire endeavour is no taken a horrible left turn into me a holding court about myself let me ask you about maybe you've already answered this question previously in this conversation mabel do a better job this time this is now the something at the time that you had read words written by aronson oregon you've talked a little bit about how will bailey is a little different from you but where are you concerned at all with finding a lane four will bailey that was distinct from jeremy goodwin in sports may yet that's a fair question a good question i don't remember being too concerned about a i'm sure it flitted through my mind because they share certain trades but one nobody watch sports night so that took the pressure off worrying that masses a pupil arenas as just like jeremy and two i felt the major share of that burden lay with arun and i do feel that there are similarities but they feel they always felt to me as distinct characters i'd have spent a lot of time you know i'm not the kind of person who would have kind of actor who had right down this is what jeremies like his car and this is what wills like here's how their different so it's not like i gave it great thought and when i look back and i watch this first episode that was something i went my mind.

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"joshua malina" Discussed on The West Wing Weekly

The West Wing Weekly

01:42 min | 3 years ago

"joshua malina" Discussed on The West Wing Weekly

"Alex graves as you mentioned directed this episode and to me this episode seemed like it had a different visual style that i think we've ever seen on the show before so much of it is handheld i'm trying to remember if there have been other moments of a handheld i think there have been but there haven't been these extent an entire chunks of this episode especially in the white house all the scenes are shot handheld and like the cold open all the stuff it felt very different and my theory is that it was to convey the adrenalin those being you know pumped through everyone's veins as they got ready for this night absolutely i completely agree with you a dizzy grittiness and i think you're right in in the gentleman sturgess the right way to put it to the race it's a different feeling from governing and being in the white house and daily life there so the debate has its own look and feel and the press conference that i give has that handheld jerky kind of the you're just in it you're like in the mix and i do think you're right that he shows a different coal kind of visual palette to tell the story this episode the ah i think it's neat but i also founded confusing oh you didn't like a defendant a little jari mia much like the camera self i was little shake on fair enough i i actually like a i get i think it worked to tell the specific story of this episode we'll that's the thing i don't think that it was poorly done or anything like that i should clarify i shall ambivalent about it because i think that it does help the feeling i think it achieves if that's what he said to do if that was the idea that i think it's a cheap it felt like someone new covering a song that you really love interesting.

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"joshua malina" Discussed on The West Wing Weekly

The West Wing Weekly

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"joshua malina" Discussed on The West Wing Weekly

"Jerry i learn more dialogue very very quickly scandal ninety percent of the time i learn it the morning of as if city and pick up share but this one i too it was like homework because like i'm going to show up and i'm going to have this thing ten dead to rights and it just remember i was also delighted this entire episode to be directed by alex graves who had directed me and five episodes of sports night so i felt super put it ease by alex but also in this episode i get to utter yet another i think classic certainly class it will line the classic our online altogether i think that people still will say back to me as if i wrote it herds of i had anything to do with it there are worse things in the world the no longer being alive rate which is a pretty freaking great line of dialogue and this is one of those things were devoured the script when i got the first descript the west wing that i knew i was going to be in i was super site to read it and i got that cnn it's like oh my god i could to say this i mean it's not just the line it's like watching an alleyoop because the line comes from the reporter what's your point you see the ball sailing through the air and then it gets dunk right well that's that's my feeling with news and great writing he he does all the work i love the way that he parcells out these great moments of dialogue really as dialogue between two people you know that it isn't just the someone has written a great speech the it's not just a matter of monologues oration that line lands because it has the springboard to jump off of that very well articulated he's a great writer of dialogue speaking of your fantastic preparation on a i have some thoughts from rob loan on his first scenes with you this is like this is your life is this is your first step is this this one i have to hear now i had not met john i obviously knew who he was him knew he was sort of in the short can out of your players hollick everybody on the show new josh about me.

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"joshua malina" Discussed on The West Wing Weekly

The West Wing Weekly

01:57 min | 3 years ago

"joshua malina" Discussed on The West Wing Weekly

"Dan uphill you had a single pill and he said beyond this is it he gave me this tell and apparently just keep forever this was the end of lake a nineteen our debt josh walks into the room doesn't hear what we're talking about sees the pill in this person's hand grabs the pill knows how drugs i love drugs and tapes that i'm not it was truly one of the money is most amazing things i've ever seen could have been me playing any claim he took this pill which let kept him up forever and i like blasted i don't know how i got i got into his hotel room he had like three computers on news dislike furiously gambling online ff anyway uh that was one of the funniest obviously kids don't do that at home but he just like walked reading goes oh drugs up drudge at is entirely true i've never seen anybody laugh harder when i took whatever pilas holding and without asking for it to be a that of the water is holding down to gotta walked away which i thought i just thought it'd be funding i figured now how bad could it be that's a self prank really i mean it's a prank yeah it's a growth for more thoughts from bradley wickford here's the rest of the conversation so my question for you yes yes do you remember the moment when you found out that josh was going to be on the west wing yes bring me back to that moment where were you i took the news you know i took it in no actually i'm kidding i was throats i was actually thrilled a new josh i knew what we were getting i have a lot of respect for josh i think he's done a lot with the limited gifts he's been given.

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"joshua malina" Discussed on The West Wing Weekly

The West Wing Weekly

01:37 min | 3 years ago

"joshua malina" Discussed on The West Wing Weekly

"Is it was so important to me right and in my career and this whole so you know uncharacteristically remember a lot of it very clearly in one thing i remembered that scene that conversation at the desk that i shot with rob lowe was i stop and take an aspirin at some point yes and i kept rushing it and alex graves kept saying josh just take an aspirin and they said you know what i feel like i'm in a three act opera about aspirin because i'm so i've done a lot of things but i come up in the air and sorkin school on anything that's a pause were no in speaking it just doesn't feel right to me and he gives i promise you when we cut it it's not going to feel selfindulgent 'cause i felt like i felt like i was taking a five minute break to take an aspirin i was like did i can't do it this slowly and and i really is enough and then watching it today that you don't even see you here it's the sound of that you don't even actually see the aspirin bottle using clearly i'm taking something frei i remember you telling this story abstractly i didn't is it was this episode or this moment so i didn't think about your anxiety about his moment but i did think about how well done i thought it was i thought that was a nice detail that i like how will kind doesn't have time for sam yeah i like that to you get the sense of priorities he writes you know he he knows who he is obviously and he's a big macher and so he's got to sit and have the moment but he's not going to be slowed in terms of what his uh the urgency of his own priorities right and he knows to the kind of message that is bringing sure even just this exchange the very first lines will says hype i smc.

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"joshua malina" Discussed on The West Wing Weekly

The West Wing Weekly

01:59 min | 3 years ago

"joshua malina" Discussed on The West Wing Weekly

"No i understand what you're saying and of course you're right mmhmm but still a little bit makes me i have an inner winds when i watch it speaking of inner winces yes send your winces yes speaking of old king wenceslas i felt the hand of uh in wenceslas in a few moments in this episode i am sad to say there are parts of this episode ripon revisiting that did not age well m mm bob hmm that includes me i was specifically thinking of a few moments where input professional context people kept talking about how tractive women are hm in the first exchange between sam and we'll billy oh about elsie about elsie a metre such as financial very she's trapped a two of nothing at proper have an assisted yes he was i mean the answer's yes yes absolutely unfortunately you are indeed i especially like those that at no point do you ever actually make the connection that he's talking about elsie because he described her as you're assistant prion and i say i have an assistant right and she's offscreen by the time this happens so later on in the episode you talk about elsie as if he has no idea who she is and for a second i thought way but sims already met her and tease told you that he's matter and then i no no rate but you don't could have been someone else you didn't know who he was talking about the first place right so it makes sense that you would reintroduce her yet there's also there's some weirdness altogether bed who else is without any spoilers we're going to get a little bit more information better that i think we we read they radka little red connie great yes exactly yet but we we can be how we can address at the time exactly at the correct up i one of the things i remember filming that scene the conversation with sam seaborne i don't think this is going to have a lot in future episodes boots this is what i remember but every seem 'cause i don't think i'll remember anything you have a lot of memories of this episode again i think because.

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"joshua malina" Discussed on The West Wing Weekly

The West Wing Weekly

01:49 min | 3 years ago

"joshua malina" Discussed on The West Wing Weekly

"It was the fifth you made up at random that's awesome who's just that that you made up in the moment that is in fact an interesting story that's very funny maybe watching this opening in that discussion and that phrase made me think it was interesting because i was trying to lead or trying to get ron claine in our discussion about debate prep last episode to talk about handling yes the candidate and he kind of bridal that there is certainly didn't like the word but as presented here and i'm not saying this would be more realistic than what he has to say and that anecdote you just shared suggests that there is an aspect to it of trying to get your guy in the right heads base and that that you know our as paul the gala would have said that's the major part of it right yeah you'd think about all the mental work that the boxing coach does in all the things they say it's so much more than just physical conditioning and sparring right i mean of course extrapolating that as a pretty good saying for a lot of life and a lot of things we do in many endeavors that heads basir and it's a big part of getting through life it's a great called open you mentioned cj saying it feels like foregone conclusion she knows she was going to lose the bet i feel like this episode is all about foregone conclusions or really just one foregone conclusion which is that the president is going to win the debate this is the episode in which we are going to witness the debate but really from that moment you know it's going to happen before the titles come up toby is still a little bit spinning from from the pranked that's been played on him but right before they cut to the hurdles he says he's ready but he didn't think there was any chance i mean asking you to think back put yourself in the head space of the first time you've seen this may be nyanin possible.

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"joshua malina" Discussed on The West Wing Weekly

The West Wing Weekly

01:40 min | 3 years ago

"joshua malina" Discussed on The West Wing Weekly

"And he goes up against sam seaborne yeah i'm realising also a characterize myself as an actor who doesn't love to watch his own work which wasn't the case always but now realizing i just like watching old work because i look younger a thoroughly enjoyed watching this episode and i suspect fifteen years from now i will enjoy watching scandal that is interesting for me i have a hard time going back to old work of mind because i find it a bit embarrassing i feel like if only i knew then what i knew now maybe that would be better it probably wouldn't be it that's interesting now i was thoroughly pleased with my own work i really as well cat out of the bag i feel like people are expecting me to be hardly a critical of myself or selfdeprecating insure those moments will come but i actually think i'm pretty good on the show you don't think that there's an equal number of people who might be expecting you to be possibly i just figure the opposite perhaps perhaps perhaps i'm not selfawareness to have a sense of vote with the perception of me is i think you've worked your magic on your brand that i've there could be an acceptable expectation you're probably right i think because my twitter bio is high i rue in the west wing right that there is a misconception that i think i was not good in the west wing and that's not it it's really more of a hat tip to those that believe i ruined the west wing regret will did or the character went down or that i've socked but it's more of a howdy then i'm one of you later on in this episode we're going to be joined by a special guest josh elina it's good episode of the west wing i think oh my gosh and it's an epic one this opening is incredible the crisis of.

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"joshua malina" Discussed on The West Wing Weekly

The West Wing Weekly

01:31 min | 3 years ago

"joshua malina" Discussed on The West Wing Weekly

"You're listening to the western weekly work it is a very special and exciting day a very special episode of blossom irish acacia way and i'm josh will molina you may know josh molina from such things as this episode oh man is there gonna be a lot of this how did you feel to watch yourself on screen for the first time i'm almost embarrassed admit i had butterflies in my stomach when i watched it that's great and it wasn't nerves or the it was literally like i was tightening in organically to the excitement of that job and getting that job a didn't expected at all but yet as a very special time of my life and as i started to watch it i guess got like chills you had a pristine moment yeah exactly you're transported that's great in this episode of course we're talking about game on its episode 6 from season four it was written by arendse working and paul redford it was directed by alex graves and at first aired on october 30th two thousand and two this episode is a famous one because it features president bartlett debating governor richie there's also some stuff about kamar there's some stuff about tobi and andy but the real headway line is that babyfaced josh from lena makes his first appearance as will bailey who's running the horten wild campaign from a mattress store in newport beach well it's good to say i'll be with you in just a second.

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