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"julia duffy" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network
"This is the only sports talk show that features a rhode scholar. But he ain't here today now. That direct tiddle. Oh thank you for that and welcome back to the show and lions are available if you'd like to chime in an one eight hundred eight seven eight lay and a few weeks about three weeks. Listen to going to be march and we have march march madness. And it's going to be a hub. Not really a hub so to speak but it will be in the indianapolis area five different colleges and of course the lucas oil stadium. Right there when you think about you know different municipalities where you have owners holding their fans to ransom. That would be one of them. They had that hoosier dome and then earth saves like. I don't know if i don't get my own stadium my leave about that in the second. Let's go to the phone lines. We have mario and tallahassee. what's up. Mario humid here and warm. I can't wait to get out and moved vermont. Open a bed and breakfast and live life as a rustic business person so i. What are you three. Eighty three idiosyncratic brothers and a very prissy Oh innkeeper to help me out. I was daryl on his brother. Darrell hair yeah. I have to tell you. Julia duffy julia duffy. I you know i always really liked her. I thought she was really. Maybe i don't know. But i thought i thought mary fran on that show was smoking man. I mean The newhart weiss the newhart spouse on that That vermont show holy cows. He was days of our lives when i was a kid and was found to be very very attractive woman. I think she passed away but she was. I thought he was a lovely lady. Julia duffy in the seventies was. Yeah she was good stuff. I don't know voter. Never on the love boat. I one that escapes me at the moment. So we were talking about the super bowl and draft picks and such and i did not realize 'cause i went to look it up because you had expressed your desire that the that The raiders pick up devon white. It turns out in one thick above that they took cleveland feral. I yeah. But i didn't and i thought listen he's a serviceable player. But when you draft. I guess that was the fourth or fifth pick in the draft. When you're drafting defensive lineman that high darussalam or or somebody like that are via you. Hope he's vida he's not even serviceable. It's a shame by the way. I looked up julia duffy. I do not see a boat. But how about this when she was on one episode of lou grant. Do you know what the name of the episode is. know what. The name of the episode of says nineteen eighty-one lou grant. She played the role of charlene name of episode rape. Oh god holy crap. That was some violin. Man nineteen eighty-one just just flat rape rate. God or was that they use it actually nevada out after that i guess fully now i can't remember the cast of that show too pretty well. There was an actor on Robert walden was a very good actor. You remember him. Rick he yeah lots. Got it yeah. He's despicable character though. Yeah no no in in terms of his character on the show. Yeah but he was also an all the president's men. I remember that yeah i remember that. I can't remember what he was one of the low level aides or something. Wendy grueter mcgruder somebody. Yeah somebody like mcgruder. Carl you have had the lived through that era so anyway. I thought that was as i read. That saw. that name is a man. It'll know that and it'll knew that the split second he said. Let me tell you did dude. There are two guys on the defense that made all the difference in the world. One was devon white. Being used. The way i think he probably should have been used earlier in the season and the second one and as i texted my local guy here Jeff cameron tremendous show by the way if you ever wanted information about fsu football. Go to I said you know man. We went from being some capable of pretty big things like maybe getting to a championship game. But the split second i. It was rumored that beat avail is coming back to play. I thought now we're talking now. We have a chance to win the super bowl because he's that dog that kind of dominant on the everything got better. You know you've been watching football forever. You coach if you can get push up the middle and getting people's faces that frees up guys on the outside and you can win. Their one on can win their one on one match ups. And that's it you know what when you say Tampa bay radio. The comedians always talk about this radio. Guy he's a big fat guy but he thinks he's a comedian to supposed to be a good guy might call to you. Know him now man. I'm in talahassee tampa as i. You know. I called the nfl stationed when they were about to sign radio rumored brady and i called it. A carjacking humid crap hole. And i'll never go to. Since my father has passed away. I will never have the occasion. I lost my mother. Get sick to go to tampa again. The rule is i have kids. I have a family. You wanna see me come up here. Not i'm not ever going to. I'll never set foot in town. Levin ebor city ebor city is nice if you wanna have a quick exposure exposure to corona at the moment. But i'm not at all interested in living that life either. You know i just everything about it. It's just so awful. You know everything about it is awful. You better get to driving. Thanks for the call. It's mario in tallahassee. Let's go to las vegas listening on k. Hp mike hey mike. Hey i want you to help. Emancipate nay on abe lincoln's two hundred twelve th birthday. Can you do that for me. Yes this is. Also it's funny you remember Because my grandmother always told me that this was her birthday so it's actually my grandmother's birthday. Thanks reminded me anyway. Yes go ahead about a blanket. Yeah okay well. This is it. And it's quick. We don't call the atlanta braves atlanta baseball team and we don't call the kansas city chiefs to kansas city football team. So why is dan snyder holding us hostage by calling it the washington football team. I don't care what nickname you choose. Pick aside and then leave it alone. That's the way i feel about it. You have a point. You know the cleveland indians. We're getting rid of their name. There are some people even think the golden state warriors should get rid of their name. I think it's because the when you say braves and you say chiefs. Those aren't Epithets they're not insults redskin seen as an insult. So i think it's a little more harsh than the other ones do you do. You agree with me. It's a little more harsh absolutely. I have said for twenty years but the what. That's not the point the point is. He expects us to call his team. The football team and i'm tired of it. That's how i feel. Oh oh i see what you're saying. Well he i know that that they could go with a certain name or not. But i think he just wants to keep it w. f. t. and it's it's getting in your craw when people said about wfan. I'll leave it at that all right. Hey thanks for the call. Appreciate thank you all right..
"julia duffy" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120
"Time is six fifty four and some of the birthdays that we have for this Saturday June twenty seventh former interior secretary Bruce Babbitt is eighty two today singer musician Bruce Johnston of the beach boys is celebrating his seventy eighth birthday fashion designer Vera **** is seventy one actress Julia Duffy sixty nine writer producer director JJ Abrams fifty four years old Olympic gold and bronze medal figure skater Viktor Petrenko fifty one now Latin singer Draco Rosa is fifty one TV personality Joe frost is fifty your memory remember her she's a super nanny took a lot of tips from her when my kids were a little an actor Tobey Maguire forty five also reality star Khloe Kardashian she is celebrating her thirty sixth birthday today if you are celebrating a birthday today we hope you have a wonderful day well coming up tomorrow I'm still in for Brian he is taking another day off we've got a couple things coming up I know Brian has been talking quite a bit about the nine mile museum that is coming to south county and this is basically a nine mile museum I'm sorry I'm confusing it with the thing and granite nine mile garden forgive me this is has special food truck garden where you're going to have your choice of dozens of food trucks when you go there and it's going to rotate on a weekly basis we're gonna tell you more about that tomorrow morning also we're gonna give you a preview of our series with the talk with the soccer coach talking about how you get kids back in the game in the era of a pandemic that's coming up came what's news time is six fifty six home.
"julia duffy" Discussed on Mother, May I Sleep With Podcast?
"Have like really WanNa talk about this part real quick and I know we're like behind but my favorite moment from Susan as right after they kiss and she hears her kids and she just looks at him and she's just like Sean just finished kissing and she's just like I'm over here so and so like she just there's like the unsaid right now that look that they exchange and just she seamlessly like she's not even panicked that her kids came through the door. She's just like this is that that's what I mean about. It was magic like it like soothe her and she was just like over there. So and so whatever the fuck shadow Julia Duffy of it all tune like she has this sort of like whimsical quality to her totally. Like I made. It may be that girl absolutely. Yeah got me for sure So she calls Charles and she's like I really need you and he's like listen. I'm all tied up with work. And she's he's like they stationed someone at the House for me. He's downstairs I'll be okay for the night I love you. And he doesn't say I love you back. He's like give a kiss to the kids and call me if you need anything. And he hangs up the phone lake without saying anything and she looks at the phone like yeah. I just did call because I needed something so the next morning. The kids are eating breakfast with Joe at the table. And he asked. If there's anything stereo with milk She's eating a slice of cantaloupe. Though and I love that's like such a I eat cantaloupe in the ninety s Yasser. She thinks that You'll need shell need someone there tonight at the House and everyone even Susan is looking at him like Joe like this is fucking out of hand like I wrote my nose like does he not have like a plant to water north. Hollywood like go home lake for at least fifteen minutes so Charles comes home like right when all this happening in the kids call from the kitchen and Susan greets greet some very warmly although she is like obviously knows something he's not. GonNa love this. And he stops dead in his tracks when he sees the Joe. Is there too and his whole thing is kind of like what is this man want and Joe basically inserts himself and he's like hey listen. I didn't think it was safe to leave the family at the house last night given all. That's what's happened here in Susan's like listen. You know you should go joe. And he's like no. I WANNA stay in settled with Charles like. I want him to know that this is cool. And she's like I can handle it. Best which escalates the whole situation to me. I'm like y'all lake. You don't communicate. Yeah so once. Joe's Gone Chad goes the killer. Tried to get mom at the fair last night and Christie's like yeah and her boyfriend wasn't there to protect her. Chrissy fuck off. Go condition your hair for the last fucking time and also like realize where the money train is coming from. Bitch give your parents get divorced like no divorce. Seems Fun when you're like I get two houses but Lake. You know you really don't yeah. So Charles's silently fuming when they are alone. She's like listen. It was a PTA carnival. We weren't on a date if we were doing something. We would go to the same pool house in Jan fucked in person taking liberties here and Charles like you know what if you're trying to be like trying to say that like you would actually sleep with Joe and she's like you know what maybe I did? Maybe I've been getting something from him that you don't give me at all. It's not about sex. It's about the way you make me feel. It's about feeling important interesting and when I talk he listens to me so this is like the Chris Watson all over again. This is the bottom line. I've figured out for almost all affairs. Besides one your partner is rotten like unless your partner is a rotten human and there's just something wrong with them. It seems like ninety nine point. Nine percent of affairs are born out of two people where one doesn't feel special anymore right and they're not getting that attention that a person craves from their loved one and they seek it elsewhere. Yeah I don't know what Charles could be missing from Susan but for some reason that happened but was Susan. I totally see that. I'm like I can absolutely get what you would run away with it. I mean maybe like to go back to one of the earlier scenes when Charles mixed the comment about like when Susan's like we'll I spend time with the kids and Charles is like he's really offended by that. Maybe what he's not getting from Susan is like maybe he feels like he's out there traveling working really hard and he feels a little appreciated. Like because right you know about earning yeah. He's like I'm earning I don't have time to also know what like subjects in school. Chrissy is like fucking not studying like maybe it's a little bit of that however that totally doesn't justify in any way the way he treats Susan or his affair like he's still adduced by and if you think about it Janet exactly the kind of woman that doesn't give a shit were her money is coming from and in reality like she's on PTA because she's raising policy kid right you know like. I love thinking that Paula in her are like both on this. Pta But neither are that good mothers the Sun Right. He tells her that he's sorry for what happened with jammed. But there's no way to take that back. She can either believe him. He says he's sorry. And it will never happen again. Or she can keep using this as a wedge to keep the merit apart marriage apart. It's her call. Tough tough but fair. Yeah Lake at a certain point. That has to be enough I don't I personally wouldn't call it here. But who knows what they've been through before? This movie started so next up. We get a little action. Shows what they've improved or last week. Joe We get a little action with Joe. He goes into locker room at the club and starts sniffing around for something. All of a sudden a shelf full of equipment gets thrown on him and then we see a runaway slave like a guy run away from behind it. He's got flowing blonde hair and a clear mask on. Obviously our boy Kevin Casper van. Dien so joe chases him out of there through the parking lot down a hill into some bushes out of the bushes into a field and then joe tackles him right before they get to Lake Green. Were you golf? And he goes. That was really dumb. Kevin Kevin's like how do you know what was me? And so he goes next time. You WanNA play kidnap. Don't leave a wet razor in your locker. I Guess Yeah unst wet. Razor was showering and living in the locker room. Not a bad idea. So tells them that. He'll tell him whatever he wants about him in Paula. After button after some prodding he brings up the coke and Kevin says he wants a lawyer. And Joe's like listen. I want answers. People's lives are at stake. I don't give a shit about some coke and Kevin admits that he did give polit a plug for the cope but he doesn't know anything about the murders or Jan also like Joe's totally not following the law. Like when Kevin said I want a lawyer. Like technically can't talk to many more absolutely not especially. He's a minor absolutely can't even be talking to him about this period. I would argue. That heaven should sue Joe. Maybe that's what happened in the series that we never saw this went to series. Maybe this would be a long lawsuit So Joe notices a trade behind Kevin with all those little containers that hold sweeteners. Sugar at a restaurant. People use those still. The sweeteners feel like people. Maybe if for their coffee whatever feel like that is something that always surprises me. When I'm like can I get you a coffee? And someone's like yeah to equals. I'm hearing equal. I don't know I think I don't know boomer think feel like also it is a little boomer. It's also like I also one of those bitches that like I will drink league a splash of milk and my coffee. But coffee's coffee totally lake. I didn't speak coffee. It tastes like melted pudding not like a pump in my starbucks situation. No Way Oh yeah by the way. That's the defaults like where they're like. Oh like four pump. Some tog no absolutely not So so he's like. What is the deal with these like sugar packets or whatever and he's like every customer has a table that they prefer and every table has a number so we sort of stock the preferences for each customer in their little sugar dish or whatever and so he's like so basically awesome. We need to do to get a packet. Apolo is to doctor the packing slip it into her thing. He's like. Yeah pretty much so. The girls are getting ready at the locker room at exercise class. Julius saying that you so glad Kevin's back but she's GonNa kill him. She trails off as Susan walks in. And they're all silent and Marty's listen. You know none of us really believed that. You're the killer. If Jan was alive they would often gets her and patsies like but she's not starling says that the pool project is still happening. Susan says that the the pool project keeps coming up in. Somebody must not want to happen. It is true the pool project would've been forgotten if people didn't just keeping like while the pool project so apparently like they've been arguing about this thing for so long that no one can remember who was initially against it and then they say you know who would have the answers Mrs Man because she keeps it in her minutes. So Susan runs off at the station. Joe Looks to the criminal records of all the ladies. Okay so big guys pages fucking big and then I think after this scene. We're going to hear a scene of Susan coming to Mrs Man's House One. Seventeen fifty to one twenty. Twenty eight didn't run. Where does this have to do with the PTA murders? Mardi Hallard? Husband was killed a couple years ago. Parking tickets backing up on Julian. Albert's Oh hardened criminals you're dealing with shoplifting. Gift Charlene Vaas Zola big mistake. Isn't it always driving under the influence? I see that doesn't surprise me Paula. Preston had a drink. This one is a con man honeyman. She doesn't drink not anymore with three years ago. Watch out Howard. While young talent was killed in thirteen. Connie men was picked up on a Dui nine thirty seven. Same night my notes. Would you mind. They'd be a major. How no no come on in just a second? Would you mind if I get? You know what I'll get it for you in a minute mess. You haven't seen mind lately kidding..
"julia duffy" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio
"We're gonna have a lease that appear signed copies of her after these things out so please by about thanks again for coming and top guys this event took place this past April hosted by the green light bookstore in Brooklyn Emily Bazelon of New York magazine her book charged the new movement to transform American prosecution and end of mass incarceration he was joined by defense attorney Julia Duffy rice and tour the people she wrote about in her book the artist to robbery and could dean kids of the center for community alternatives WCS promotion book TV attended the recent Los Angeles Times festival of books here's a portion of an interview with author and radio talk show host Larry elder from the book fair you know if you want to get something if somebody angry at something sweet little racism on it the idea that that the plea for black people over it disproportionately on the minds of a lot of people is an example of systemic restructure racism it is not true in two thousand thirteen the National Institute of justice which is the research arm of the DOJ did a study on race in traffic stops it turned out seventy five percent of black motor tour stop agreed that they were stopped for legitimate reasons it also turned out that you name the speeding offense then defense whether speeding driving without a license driving without a seatbelt on a black Morris of more likely to commit that offense and the the in I. J. concluded that the differences in stock but you had to do with differences in offending similarly a years back there was a argument that black for being unfairly pulled over on the New Jersey Turnpike the then governor of of New Jersey Christie Todd Whitman ordered a study that he came back and it turned out that you know the time because of the reflection you couldn't tell what race they were in my time because the of of the docket you couldn't tell and the study concluded that let's see we're not unfairly stopped the faster this the the more likely it was it was a black motorist driving she did like the results she said it was a bit methodology if you had a different form to do a different study with different methodology thank inclusion the cops were not pulling over black people for racial reasons now it seems to me Peter this is good news when I say these kinds of things to people prickly black audiences they often want to hear it and I'm not gonna respond this way once you once you pulling for me to be like when you put when blacks are pulled over for for it not to be some sort of racial reason when you preferred death on the study that was done by the Washington post a thousand people a few years ago were killed by cops five hundred and were white twenty fifty of them were black about sixteen or seventeen were unarmed black man killed by white cops there were more on armed white men killed by cost an unarmed black man but I defy your audience to name one and that is because when I'm on on black person gets killed income CNN income van Jones income they understand Cooper incomes Chris Cuomo but when it's a a black cop killing of a black person you don't have the same kind of.
"julia duffy" Discussed on AP News
"Digital news network the man accused of stealing a statue of marilyn monroe from an art installation in hollywood smashed president trump's walk of fame star with a pickaxe last year twenty five year old austin michael klay pleaded not guilty on tuesday to the latest theft and vandalism charges he could spend three years in jail if he's convicted the monroe statue was stolen june sixteenth clay pleaded no contest to vandalism for smashing trump's star last summer he was sentenced to three years probation and ordered to pay damages for that crime the next star wars movies brought back director j.j abrams he leads today's birthday round up in his finishing up the rise of skywalker a very weird responsibility had to be the end of not just three movies but nine movies and the idea of having to incorporate the stories that have come before strangely is the story of the movie and we'll find out in december abrahams talking with entertainment tonight he's fifty three he was the first to make spiderman a hit in movie theaters who am i you sure you No, no. story of my life is not for the faint of heart tobey maguire hasn't acted on screen for five years but he's been keeping busy running a film production company he's forty four today and julia duffy was best known as stephanie vander kellen on the eighty sitcom newhart which is found a new audience in recent months on hulu so interesting to see what new generations think of it how they respond to it It the show always was. kind of so unhip it was hip dovey talking with after buzz tv she sixty eight and that's our birthday round for june twenty-seventh i'm bob kessler japan which is one of the world's biggest consumers of plastic packaging wants to become a leader in reducing plastic waste almost everything in japan from single bananas and individual pieces of vegetables to pens and cosmetics is sold plastic wrapped japan will attempt to become a leader in environmental policy as world leaders had to asaka for this week's g twenty summit at the same time japan's also trying to catch up with countries that already have well defined goals in place g twenty nations produce half the world's plastic waste and japanese prime minister shinzo abe's made fixing the problem atop initiative at the summit and in japan and the months leading up to the summit japan's delivered full-throated endorsements of future beds unseal use plastics beach cleanup efforts it more research into alternatives such as bioplastics the economy tops the democrat debate i'm jacky quin with a._p. news minute massachusetts senator elizabeth warren says the trump economy is great for thinner and thinner slice at the top but it has to work for everyone former congressman beto aerobic said about the same thing but he alternated between english and spanish ten democratic presidential hopefuls are unstaged tonight another ten debate tomorrow house speaker nancy pelosi says she's proposing some changes to the four point six billion dollar border aid bill that the senate passed today to add new requirements about the care of migrants the emmigration debate leads to a walkout and online retailer wayfair workers objecting to their companies selling furniture the contractor that runs a texas detention center where migrant children are held facebook ceo mark zuckerberg says they're grappling with what to do about deep fake videos i'm jacky quin a._p..
"julia duffy" Discussed on 10 10 WINS
"Show dog the bounty hunter to agree to go she and has been duane chapman would fight and hunt down bad guys in hawaii but they'd always make when our journalists any screaming at me in the field that's all that's chapman was diagnosed with stage two throat cancer in two thousand seventeen she had a tumor removed doctor said she was cancer free but it came back aggressively duane chapman tweeted wednesday morning from hawaii the beth hiked the stairway to have any love is the most important thing in beth chapman was fifty one absolutely grieves me singer sheryl crow just cutting a releasing her master recordings and that fire universal the fire eleven years ago crow telling the bbc she just found out about the loss because of that new york times report i can't understand first and foremost how you could store anything in a vault that didn't have sprinklers and secondly i can't understand how you could make safeties and have a vault says she lost dozens of alternate takes demos and unreleased songs along with the masters of her seven top ten albums if the twenty seventh of june is your birthday here are some of the names and entertainment you shared with seen from alias jews actually written and composed by writer and director j.j abrams of lost fame he is fifty three today supernanny jo frost is forty nine so it was ever grapevine fordham junior dental creek yes areas from kitchens forty-eight former man toby maguire's forty four forty third birthday for lena sixpence none the richer khloe kardashian thirty five today drake bell is thirty three so sam claflin from hunger games and westbound from gallison girls thirty two matthew lewis from the harry potter films thirty jan the rigs from the walking dead is twenty bruce johnston of the beach boys seventy seven julia duffy from new hardest sixty eight country singer lorrie morgan a sixty entertainment of thirty eight band every hour around ten ten wins now on your google home speaker just say google play ten ten wins into that live and local twenty four hours a day News all the time. this is n. wins you give us twenty two minutes we'll give you the.
"julia duffy" Discussed on The Ezra Klein Show
"But things I'm thinking about in my own life in my professional life. Washington DC has never been the most lovely place to have disagreements love the discrimi- are not about what they say. They are about. But it's become a lot worse lately. And I think the quality of discussion the quality of debate what's really happening when you think people are arguing about a policy, and in fact, the argument something else entirely all that has become a lot more prevalent so excited my friend Julie gala on the show. Julia is the host of the rationally speaking podcast, which is great. And which I recommend to you. All she runs. The update project which is a pretty fascinating effort that we talked about in the show to help decision makers make argument maps that allow them to understand where their disagreements really lies. She has been working for years and trying to understand cognitive biases. Why people make the decisions they do y. It's hard for us all to change our minds. She she thinks more than really anybody. I know about how to argue how to debate how to think better. And so we talked about all that in this episode. And we talk about the ways in which even doing that work can can end you in the same place. So this is an episode about how to better get information. That will help you challenge yourself, and then how to make sure that doing that? Does it put you in a whole new bad place? I'm not sure we come to two answers. But there's a lot of good tactics. A lot of good tips in this episode from Julia, and certainly a lot that it left me thinking about and honestly somebody's feeling unresolved on I think these are very hard issues. But but Julia Duffy the person to listen to on them before jump in a couple of quick plugs. You should be checking out worldly, vox podcast on foreign affairs. If you have not heard it the episode recently on ISIS, and what happens to them after they lose their caliphate is absolutely fantastic. I learned a huge amount. It was one of my favorite podcasts episodes. I've heard in a while. That's worldly. You can find Revie find your podcasts. You should also be. Out. I think you're interesting or Todd Vanda were our critic at large is doing interviews. Like, I do on this show with fascinating people in the cultural sphere. This week's guesses David Lowery director of a ghost story, which is about a recently deceased man who returns to suburban home as white-sheeted goes to console his breath wife. It's a really really amazing film ends a really amazing conversation as always, please send me your guest requests your feedback. Whatever you might whatever you think I should see at as reclined show at box dot com. Again, that's as recline show at vox dot com. All that said, here's Julie gala f-, Julie gala Bod gust. Thanks as it's great to be here. It's great. I've been excited of his conversation for a while. Yeah. Me too. So I live in the capital of bad faith, terrible completely unproductive disagreement. I think that is Washington DC Washington DC, and you spend a lot of your time thinking about working on embodying ways to have more productive disagreement. So I I am excited this conversation with you in part because I would like to take some lessons from it. This is not felt like the most productive period of my life in terms. How people talk to one another and which kind of conversations I'm involved in. But I thought maybe we'd start on how you ended up specializing in med argumentation. And meta rationale that you were telling me before before we talked that you began noticing intellectual dishonesty in people at six years old, which is earlier than I began..
"julia duffy" Discussed on RuPaul: What's The Tee with Michelle Visage
"Who is just a joy much needed a much needed. Coop ready. Alec. You've got a lot of movies coming out right now. I can't even talk about all my God. When is this airing after March, I I don't know. I don't know. But you were talking about welcome to pine bluff pine grow hind grove. I have like two movies and couple of series coming out this year, but pine grove and grow daddy. Daycare with this with Danny trae, ho. About berry boss tweak, very gray. Oh linden. Duffy. Julia Duffy on new art. Yes. From real hav. Yeah. I just read about that. And I I was. I was looking for someone shook every Margaret. Yeah. Margaret maria. All right. So let's just circle back to end Margaret help. And more grit is one of those acts in show business that is undefined -able. She has defy. She has had a career for the past fifty fifty s year has never stopped working looks great is just as exciting today. Just a sexy is as she has. Yeah. Now, do you have scenes with her? Yes, I do and tell me about showing up to work and doing rehearsing a scene with. Justice. She just do with the director says does she have ideas? How does she move KC the people she whipper hair around? He's live that rarified air of being a movie star. Yes. When I'd been in the presence of that with you worked with people who have like you were on grace and Franky changing. And they they figured it out. They know their angles, they know what size their hair is supposed to be. They know what their faces look like and they come in prepared. It's like old school. It's like when I did when Betty white guest starred and ugly Betty years ago. I she had chat all her lines done. And I was like holy crap. This is how it's done and all of these women, Loretta Devine, Jane curtain, just pros. So and Margaret comes in. And she's ready when there's no funny business when they you'll action she's ready to go and everything and she's living because she trusts yourself. Because it's like, I know what an Margaret does. Yes. I know what this energy is. I know what it's capable of. And I. Just kinda let it live and Reenen laid within this space. They're not in their heads. What I noticed about all the women. What separates the young kids from the adults in the masters, and you know, what I mean? Wisdome? Yeah. Young when you're in your twenties and thirties your life, so quarried is this enough? Am I enough?.
"julia duffy" Discussed on KTOK
"He was part of the original cast of Saturday Night Live NewsRadio one thousand Katie. Okay. It's Oklahoma's first news with Leigh. Matthews Garrett Morris is joining us now. And he's here not to talk about Saturday Night Live, but his new movie, granddaddy daycare. Yeah. We talked about grand daddy daycare. Which is not an asking movie, but. Okay. It's all full central which means it's not fast. It's slow. You know? Yeah. Yeah. And miss games. Hong in it helped me. Oh god. Don't get down. Teri Meri, boss, Linda, gray. Julia. Duffy Alec MAPA. Yeah. Right. Right. All those guys. And ladies, and it was really great. And like, I say it will dispel all of the false impression. You have about older people. Okay. People say that all people don't, you know, don't do the thing anymore. Movie. You see these people are really doing it. And I'm not trying to be nasty to be real. Well, I think it was Betty Davis has said old getting old ain't for sissies. One of my. Dave is to be number one, man. She made was a refusal to do that real in gone with with. Yup. Yup. Daddy daycare's. Daddy daycare is out this week. It's about a guy who decides that he needs to ease. Suffering from writer's block, and he starts at a daycare for his father in law. And then it just grows into something, bigger and more hilarious. I gather. Yes. I mean, I'm on phase that you know, my being in it. But I I helped below what comedy is funny, man. Everybody. Just being with that group. Under the web. Actually when I did it. You know, I had to pick a living growing to touch the food. But I made it through the great experience. You do your best work with an ensemble. Don't you? I think so. Yeah. Oh. I I been trying to work on a one man show guided down yet, but I did have a comedy for like eleven years. Oh, I I use that as a way to improve my communist skills, but it also was a way to bring a lot of comedians on the scene Levy, John does that Matt club got him Justin highest who's now with Mugabe was there and cat Williams of there for a minute. I mean, he did a free thing. He didn't fifteen or twenty minutes free. But for me, I I like look. You know him from his ensemble work with Saturday Night Live using a new movie grand daddy. Daycare Garrett Morris is with us on NewsRadio one thousand Katie. Okay. And I bet a lot of people don't know that you did a lot of singing. Oh, yeah. My degrees in. Music. My first job with a guy named Harry Belafonte, Dino that brings a bell. Yeah. And out of the ranger with him at the same time. I was in New York. Doing off Broadway in something like that. And then when I finally decided to change, you know, and go straight acting yourself. Oh, I've been in New York west seventeen years working in between as an actor and musician. But when I was seventeen years in the business. That's when a lot discovered me if you know. And you know. Change not. Because after that, I wasn't allowed to do any dramatic rules outta me. I mean, people would you know, also roles in comedy. Yeah. Even a comedian before women. I'm not complaining 'cause you know, you get paid. And you know, you do the best you can. And I'm not complaining about being in Martin, Jamie, FOX, and they showed great absolute. Don't let me do in the dramatic anymore. Granddaddy daycares the new movie it's out this week on DVD and digital and Garrett Morris is the star on NewsRadio one thousand Katie. Okay. Do you still get to exercise the vocal chords? Any? Yes. I do look out not to start. You know, guys. James Hong Donna, Terry all of guys are there. But thank you for that. I think nowadays I used to seeing Tasker music and nothing else to do it. But panicking music, you know, you need to keep your discipline going and coach would you know, a lot of blues. Right. So I don't need any shape tone. Just let it come out the way it is. So I'm gonna imagine CD out coal black trio chronicles, which is a combination of Lucile about full written by me about for some people. I know you were born in New Orleans. Did you spend a lot of time there, and do you still get back or have any connections there? Oh, I just came full renews. My family. Yeah. Katrina knocked out about half of my founder, but still. And if you know by Neil families, you have about a hundred cousins you've never met. Yeah. Yeah. Maybe about one tenth of my founded. But yeah, could've all the time. Man. Have you ever been there? All good Lord. Yes. I'm from a little town west of there called new Iberia. That's where I was born. But if you beers and me and the the accent comes out. Same here. Same. The corner say corner down down to the corner. And yeah, again, they hit and put some early McCaw Garrett Morris the name of the movie is grand. Daddy. Daycare. I so enjoy talking to you and good luck with the with the movie, and we look forward to.
"julia duffy" Discussed on We'll See You In Hell
"Which I still to about as one of the funniest jokes I've ever heard. That's really funny, airy, my mom talking about the pain of a close friend and like Sophia on a classical girls. She slaps her down. Very funny. I enjoyed that. I was going to say one more thing about. The show. The live show your show my show. I had one more. You see Jamie Farr on there. I Ted, in fact, I lit up like I love that they've got these little walk on roles and they're going to toss him out to like these. These classic like sitcoms stars we've made. We've made him like the Newman. He's he's so dorky. It's a different vibe, the Newman. He's just like a huge door can ruin their good time because he's like the screech if you will. Right, because we didn't realize it, but the audience goes completely fucking insane for Jamie Foxx. It's awesome. I just kind of like he's an old guy sitting in a chair over there. I see a Winkler popping up in this at some point. Love it. I'd love to a Dick Van Dyke, Carol Burnett. Yes, absolutely. I think you need to push for the mama appearance. Oh, yeah, mama meeting Becky. It's got. It's got a hat. I think you do an unofficial where they're not the same characters. You just bring in the cast of mama's family. Oh, yeah. For they play different people, but it's an unofficial reunion. Yeah, you get that guy from f troop on their Ken berry. Yeah. Yeah. But he's still funny, I'm sure it will. You might be dead, but I think he's still alive. I bet you the kids old enough at this point be in the fuck and old age. Julia Duffy schedules named Francine and Vicky. At one point screams interface way. God it Friday the lawn, and then she came over and she was like, I don't want to say Franny because remember there was a character, mama's family. I don't wanna remind people of France, and I was like, yes, I do remember them. Now, so that you went over one way. Got it. Francine, which was funnier anyone. It all worked out and Vicki Lawrence is tremendous on the show. I love her. Have you gone to sit down and talk out that iris, you use whatever the fucking that's still having watched it with me. So what the hell is it called Eunice Eunice the serious drama version of moments. I've held out because I thought we would watch it promised fans. We would do a commentary episode on it. I'll bring it over here. We should do that even though it's outside of our well, it's not really that outside of it. You got a thirty year old lady pretending to be eighty. That's scary. Odd. Yeah. Yeah, I don't have much life stuff to report. That's all I've been doing just very long hours and grinding grinding. All right. Well, yeah, and I just thought dishing for Charlie days other, how'd you do thing that he wrote the apple show him in back lane. Yeah, the dish in well, I have no idea. You know, I was looking at that call in sheet though, and it was that science sheet. I was stiff comp on that fucking thing. Yeah. Some real stiff comp on it. Who'd you have like a Jamie Kennedy. Stiffer stiffler. Stiffer. I won't name names, but there were one or two people on there is like, fuck man. This guy still has to read for shit. Yeah. Like bulwark, there's no colder job than actor. I'll tell you that Christ. It's a brutal gig..
"julia duffy" Discussed on We'll See You In Hell
"They were like psycho sexually obsessed with food, and there's a scene where Julia Duffy pops up next to old Vicki Lawrence. She's like, classic you wine jostle. Then she has your into Murray onto was like the head voting. She goes what? Now she goes, I should want you Murray's not into women, then Vicky goes, okay, don't use all men. He's like what she goes. Mary is only in to food like walks. This is the, it was the craziest thing I've ever seen, but people were fucking laughing. I think it's gonna add it together very well. I forgot that she does kind of have Hannibal Lecter voice. Well, we just locked into a one day. We were like, who else does she sound like? It was like, oh yeah, she's a psychopath. He was amazing, and you know. Still very sexy. I always was attracted to her on the in the new heart days. Well, she was the. She was the ingenue on new. Yeah, yeah. Pale pale is can be like, makes me look like a creamy tan. All right. All right, delightful. It's been fun. And the cool thing about the show which is on Hulu and FOX, and then I'll drop it is. All these old actors are dying to work so you can get almost anybody you want. They're just sitting around. It's fantastic. Yeah, I saw the pilot. I loved it. Yeah. So it was very funny had nothing to do with that, but I know, but it's only gonna get better now because the wash man is on the job. I concur, but I love the pilot. I thought it was really funny. The short guy, Leslie Jordan, holy shit. It's the funniest mantles guys, the breakout star of it of the sitcom year. I mean, without question and this guy has, Yep. Came out fucking swinging. He's my favorite. I when he was great, but I was like Jesus Christ. This guy is like killing it, man. He's an animal. We started giving him like long speeches and he kills all those. And he's just like these sixty six and never got a break really. And he's the funniest man I've ever met Jesus Christ, though he's attacking it sometimes where you've gotta be like, hey, let's bring this down a little bit. Sure. He's great. Was addicted to crystal meth for many years once shared a jail cell with Robert Downey junior, I love it. Anything's possible. Yeah, turn it on at around. So he's everybody is great on the show. I thought the show is very funny. I love that it's about older people. I think we could. Hatch are Dabney Coleman. Lot line into their somewhere didn't agree more, and I've, I've got a bit for the show and I actually do things a funny bit. Yeah, this is a funny bit. Yeah, I'm pitching you this show. All right there. It's a quick joke. There's a kid who's coming in to do some kind of beauty cream presentation for the older folks. Young cream. Okay. The boss, the kids kind of burn out. The boss goes. Do you know what you're doing and the kids like, yeah, I got it. I got it. Put the cream to stop your creepy skinned and then the loss goes crappy skin. Crappy, please do not say creepy when you go out there. That's a funny bit. I li-. Yes, you maybe. I don't know. Maybe we'll work it in. Who knows you? Probably not, but you know, it's funny bit. I wrote a ton of my phone. I was, yeah, there's a good bit for something. I told my grandma. I'm going to get this joke of hers in the show that she didn't even remember saying, I'm probably told you this maybe not on air about five years ago. I was day after Christmas. I was of course having breakfast at the casino with my mom and my grandma. So we're sitting there. Eating and my mom goes, I'm like, what are you doing tonight? My mom goes, I gotta take my friend out. She's been in a really bad place. I gotta take her out my grandma's like why ninety years old dinner doesn't even look up. She goes, well, you know her ex husband killed himself. And then she started dating this guy that she really liked and then he killed himself. My grandma again does not look up from her food and goes, well, she sounds like a real catch..
"julia duffy" Discussed on We'll See You In Hell
"I said, hey, Honey, tell the rest of the audience know she was really amazing. I met another wild fan in Tokyo. Who flew from Korea to see my Tokyo show really two hour flight from Korea. I thought he'd just drift over flew over. Yeah. Was there for one night to see the show. Had a few drinks with me before the show. I try to take time with each person that was any fans that came up. I try to take time with, but the pot is easy. There was four or five people there. Yeah, come on. Yeah. Yeah. But the podcast fans in particular because I was so. Taken aback like flattered that people that far away were listening to this thing that we do over here. We at many times in the early stages thought nobody cared about drew. So so anyway, I had a few drinks with him before the show he was then removed from the show for being too drunk. Oh no. I forget his name too, but buddy if you're out there, I hope you're not beating yourself up about it. He tried to get onto the stage at one point. Okay. And then the owner said, you gotta leave sense, but but but and I met another one or two Hellenes in very nice kid. I met at my one of my shows in Shanghai, a small. I'm blanking on everybody's name right now. I apologize, but he was a really great kid. Oh, likes to make the listener feel special. Well, it's, it's, it's you gotta understand the amount of alcohol. It was being dumped. Sure. Every one of these memories now I recall one of the last words I heard you say before leaving was, I don't think I'm going to drink over there. I just wanna go out and see the city and the culture and I managed to do both. Okay. I said, well, what the fuck am I doing? I'm not gonna I didn't. I be honest. I think I had three big nights. But that was kind of it. I most nights I would go back at a reasonable time, get some sleep. Get up the next day. Go out and do some stuff. Do the show. When do you ever gentlemen on a bar and yell sake it to me baby. Everywhere I went even if it wasn't a bar, I'd hurt. Yeah. Yeah, yeah. The library share. It was a great time. I had a blast. Thank you to everybody that came to the shows, and then thank you also to the people that came out to Atlanta for my album recording which is now done out of go went, great, good albums in the can. And I'll be releasing it out and let me listen to it. I disturbing laugh. Yeah, it's it's going to be released exclusively to Sirius XM kind of sort of soon. Right? Can way. I don't have Sirius XM Walsh. I've been under a lot of stress. I'll just be real honest with you. The the job of running a show. It ain't fun. Even when you think it's going to be fun at ain't fun. They come from all sides. We came out big, we wound up with the. They had the plus three numbers. We have like a two point. Oh, congrats on that on a Friday night on heard of. And then everybody starts kind of swarming in now. It's like we gotta protect this. So. Oddly the ratings coming out and being so good. We're like this bad thing for the vibe of the show because everybody gets so scared about losing it. Boy, that said. I come up with some very funny episodes. We shot the thanksgiving one. I think it's going to be the weirdest episode of television that's ever aired. I love it. We at Julia Duffy from Newhart. I love Julia Duffy, Charles Shaughnessy from the nanny. Which guys British guy. Okay. Yes, I met him in an episode of Sullivan and son. Okay. Yes, I took my parent or loved that cat. Yeah. And then CLYDE Cusack two from mash fame who was he on mash? I've never seen mash, but I know he was on mashing. You'd know. He's been every sitcom ever. He's like sixty nine years old now he's older. Yeah, retirement ho- oh yeah, that's right. I forgot. But they play these like psychotic foodies and they get trapped at their party and they're basically have brought them. They're like to make fun of them under false pretenses. And we went in such a way such a sick way with them..
"julia duffy" Discussed on WGN Radio
"And host of better a podcast with Dr John Duffy who's in the studio and his wife. Julie you can find it WGN. Plus, how are you, sir? I'm great. How are you guys? We're fine. I need to just quickly tell you. I had a friend who said please tell John toes wife, Julie that she was great on the old Newhart show. It's an actress whose name was. Julia Duffy, very similar. So there I've told you I'm going to pass that law. He was great on the old Newhart show going to be thrilled. The people remember who said Hui, passing that on for my friend, Tom. Okay. I thought it was you know. No, I know the difference. We speaking of television. We want to talk about something that's sort of TV related, but really it's the media. It's news. We're over consuming news right now. And there's some adverse results today. There's a verse results. So there was a study on about a year ago that said that Americans were consuming somewhere between four and eight hours of news in one form or another over the course of a day. When you consider newspapers Twitter alerts. Yes. The whole thing. And so there's this backlash a pretty sizable group of people who decided to opt out of news altogether. No alerts no newspapers and into just step all the way out of it in order to preserve their emotional and mental wellbeing. How'd that go okay for about a week or two? And then there was anxiety rising as you didn't know what was going on. Because I think you have to have a certain amount of information about what's going on around you. I think there's something balancing about having enough information to know like how to make a reasonable vote what's going on in the world. And if you're absolutely blind to that. I do think that's anxiety provoking. We'll also you'll get something of a reputation from people who are close to you where they just go that guy doesn't know anything about anything. He's not he's not in touch with anything that's going on. I think that's that that wasn't part of the study. But I suspect that's a big. Part of the exiled. Yeah. And the even depression around it is like I no longer feel like I know what's going on. I can't hold that discussion with people. And this is what people are talking about everything. That's in the news, including some of the stuff that shows up like Twitter feed. For example, you know, people want to talk about that feel like I really don't hold my own in that conversation. Then then you feel out of it Bill. You have been able to do this. When you go on vacation. And you don't really watch TV, and you try and unplug, and you don't you're not a you don't diddle around on your phone very much. I don't get any not like the notifications. Everybody always gets about important things. I don't have those. I just don't want. I don't want to be bothered with it and part of the research that suggests that if you turn off notifications, especially with like vacations and either you're on vacation, or you just decide I'm going to take a week off of consuming news that seems like a really healthy thing to do on occasion. As long as you feel like informed on the whole so doing that on vacations probably for you. I can't you can't. And like, it's one thing. Like, if you're with your girls, I'm sure they're not unplugged. So if something major happened, they would tell you if something major a couple of years ago, we were in and Keiko's islands when Robin Williams took his own life. All right, and well, yeah. Awful, right. Yeah. But part of me wishes. I didn't know like they they were the ones. You're right, Wendy. My daughter said did you hear what happened with Robin Williams? And then I did hear because they told me, but I almost wish I didn't know until the vacation was over. And I was home. Really? Yeah. Wow. That's a prizes me to Bill. So you would rather not know you'd rather. The vacation. That's kind of all I thought about. No. Yeah. It would have been better to not think about it until right, right? The little boys. Turn off your not not. I cannot unplug. I cannot. I'm in the right career for that. Because you need to know what's going on. But even on vacation. I have I have alerts set from everything from Daily Mail to Bloomberg. It's like whenever something happens. I know I tend more toward what you do. Why do you think we do that? I'll ask you because you know, why? And I'll tell you. I have alerts on my phone and I wake up every morning, and that's the first thing I look at because I am unsure as to how this world is going these days. Right, right. There's more to worry about I guess if I have alerts I don't have to worry till I read it that makes sense it kind of calms me by knowing I can wake up and look and see. What's happened? Okay. Good another day, where surviving what I'm getting out of what I read about this stuff. And what I see in my clients and myself, and and Bill is that you know, we are looking for regulating what we take in to kind of manage our own emotions taken enough that we feel like, okay? I know what I need to know. Entertained in the way, I want to be entertained and yet I'm not so overwhelmed that I can't take it. Right. Yeah. So why is it? If you go back to the past now, I'll I will use the Vietnam war is is my touchstone for this. Because we were I was alive for this one those were some very very dark times. There's no question about it in the news was dominated with what was going on in Vietnam. No question about it. So is it because we were taking it in small doses. The news then was shown at five six and ten and that was it. Yep. And absolutely. And and so most of us and most of our parents, even in the Vietnam era, and I think we were all around then were able to take in a morning paper. Maybe an evening paper that they might just proves the headlines of and then maybe half an hour of news which turns out to be about twenty two or twenty three minutes of news. Yeah. And then that's it. There isn't this idea of I'm gonna turn on CNN, FOX or MSNBC. I'm gonna leave that out all day long. Right. You know? Right. So yeah, I think that was regulated for us a generation ago. Now, I think the point is we have to regulate this for ourselves, and we are modeling that regulation for our kids. Right. So in other words, if we are always taking data in stimuli in our kids are probably going to follow suit. That's the way it's done. Do it in this day and age, I think, it's okay. To take these occasional vacations to take breaks from and to be selective about what it is. You choose to take in. In other words, like some people say I follow everybody on Twitter, for example. And that can be really really overwhelming, especially have the not notifications turned on constantly. And I noticed just sitting across from kids if their phone is blowing up as they say, right? There's one notification after another after another they are entirely distracted their anxiety level is higher. Whereas if a kid comes in and turns the phone over on the couch next to me, then they're going to seem calmer, and they're going to be more focused and in tune with what's going on. No doubt. There's such an array of emotions, I just know with my kids. They're alerts are more, Instagram and social media minor news related, but you can see in their expression like they run through a whole gamut of emotions because it's like they read something it's like a smile, then they read something in their eyebrows furrow. It's like one emotion after another with those. I think it plays a similar number on them that news. My plan us, you know, you can imagine that they're going to be do news junkies. A, you know a few years from now because in a way, they're consuming micro news, right? This is news coming from their friend group, and from the people that they're affiliated with and it might be great news. And it might be really terrible news coming through Snapchat and Instagram instead of through some other credible news source. Seventy eight says, I'm almost obsessed with the news feel like I need to be connected. And that's how I feel. I got to know what's going on. So I know how to react that day. So the article I read would suggest that. There's a little bit of a fallacy in there because you're not really that connected. Only a portion of what we take in is actually new right? You know? So when you think about the word news, literally not much of it is new and a lot of it is repetitive over the course of the day. And if you see the same thing happening over and over and over again, you know, you hear about like this this storm out in the Atlantic a generation ago, we might've heard a little bit about it over the course of the day. Now, if our notifications are on we may be getting updates every two or three minutes and anxiety rises. And then we start to lose our compass of reasonable around these things. Yeah. That's Dr John Duffy will continue this discussion in just a little bit. If you want to jump in three one two nine eight one seventy two hundred will get that done. It's.
"julia duffy" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1
"And Is the, night the lights in Georgia I mean we could do, this all day wines from designing women. Much like the drug that, it was so? This. Show calling design you said initially no now I started, with, about fifty knows and then said wait, maybe you've got to know some details, but you're I. Got reaction is, no but I do but you know then I sat for a second and I thought to? Myself. Self what would, make a reboot okay And do you know what I decided, if original characters came back but it's going to be hard it's going to be a. Little. Difficult because there. Are some that have gone to the great beyond okay so for those of you who aren't familiar with the. Gosh classic, that is designing women that's a seven series run ran, from one thousand nine hundred eighty s. Until nineteen Ninety-three was one. Of the best, shows. On television it is sort of the to me it's, like, golden girls with attitude her right in, the south southern golden girls with attitude, okay here's the. Story the creator, of that show you may know is Linda blood worth Thomason and she is actually behind a? Revival Coming from Sony Sony Pictures television studios this project has been in the work for months As this in the studio apparently searches for a home for its revival of the, comedy. About four women and one man working together at an, interior design firm in Atlanta Georgia so that's what. We know that this is. A project, it's connected with the creator, of the, original series. We don't know anything else of course Dixie Carter Jean. Smart no Jean smart so alive Michelle Taylor and who else is delta Burke Annie pike I think it's just XY. Carter in Michelle Taylor had also Bernie's oh yeah I forgot about oh God anyway so we don't know if it's going, to involve any? Has said I would be all in. Because and here's where it's, sold me so we don't know yet if it's going to be a new cast. Some of the old cast a combination thereof we don't know. If it's. Going to be a limited series like long things are, going to be like, the Roseanne, reboot were they do we don't know any of that yet we can discuss all, that but. Here's what I think sold, me on the idea of designing women coming back it is the perfect moment to have loud women on television I agree and one of the, things. Any pot said was like this is the perfect you, know she's like we were doing the metoo movement. Every Monday night in the. Late eighties, early nineties And there is not a loud voice. Like that. On television for women today in the way that there, was back then I, think there's, also something to be said for that strong all female mostly I should say the, majority female Yeah except for the man he's the only non female but but there's something to be said about that kind of those loud strong female voices surrounded by loud strong female voices that it. Really, is such a female driven comedy And to me here was the selling point for, me That Linda bloodwork Thomasson is involved if she wasn't if this was sort of like. Somebody else's sort, of response to a recreation based on Yeah no this is literally when I go Murphy Brown kind. Of like Roseanne kind, of like full house you're. Gonna have again we don't know the, casting if there's going to be original casting it would be. Hard probably to recreate unless it's delta, Burke now you gotta remember that delta Burke Jean, smart left. That show not on good terms delta Burke I was. Just reading. Up. On, it in the break delta Burke Was talking. Out of, school about producers. And stuff, behind, the scenes and the cast essentially voted her, off the show off the island and then Jean smart. Left. Of her own accord and then they brought in remember I don't even remember I stopped. Watching, Julia Duffy which I my God I love Jan hooks character. But guess what she, can't come back because she. Also dad Julia Duffy she's around but, I don't you know anyway maybe she's working on a new. Heart reboot but I am excited at, the potential for this series mostly it just makes, me want. To go back and watch my old DVD's of designing, women yeah New stream that anyway I don't even know I don't. Know Yeah I you, know this, makes, me think. About you know like you. Said Roseanne Murphy Brown designing women I feel like there's this maybe TV is trying to remind us of who we once were like culturally because the world has changed so much in in the ensuing years that some. Of these reboots are. Really happening at just the right time so much has changed but really I think this is what might make some, of these reboots successful is that really not much has changed and that is because we are now revolving.
"julia duffy" Discussed on Awards Chatter
"And that was the prior collaboration of Glen, Charles, Charles, and James Burrows who had kind of made their name at Mary Tyler Moore productions, which I guess I don't know if they would have. I think it would have been after the Dick Van Dyke era that you were introduced to, but but they basically the same genealogy, the live. So when they reunited after taxi to create shares, I I've read it was because they wanted to have another workplace set thing, but a place that you would be more kind of happy to hang out in rather than you know, a bar seemed like a more anybody could walk through the door. Yes, as makes stores a lot more valuable to, you know, attacks garage Ray little harder to get the stories generated. So was it that taxi appearance though that made them think of you when they're trying to Justice Cording to Jimmy boroughs, yet EMMY also directed best the west, which was a half hour western sitcom that I don't know how long it lasted, but I'll dishes for part in. He remembered me. I actually remember him to. He remembered me from that. Then coincidentally I was called into do kind of a last-second replacement thing on taxing. The hairdresser and they lesson Glenn Jimmy were in offices next door. And while I was rehearsing that week for taxi, they asked me to come in and I met them for the first time. And they asked you to come in as sort of general meeting about the future or they were specifically already talking about chair? No, they were working on cheers. Ready interest in the head narrowed it down because they had gone all over the place from wide receiver. You know, they weren't quite sure the sport, right, but they had now now down. I think too. I think they got two baseball by the time I got there. I'm not sure what I had read was that for the central to some which everybody remembers Sam and Diane, they were looking at three different couples potentially as ball always. It was going to be a pairing of these different. We mixed and matched for autoweek in the off. Offices, we would read for them for lesson gland. Jimmy, in these different pairings, I think we all had a chance to pair up with other people, and then they finally put shell along and me together an ice to this. And then we went down and had this basic audition off in front of thirty people from the studio. You know, each couple would come down and they put a plank over some. They made a little bar and put some stools up, and we literally, each couple came down and on dish in senior to and then just to mention, I believe this is correct that the other two couples that it could have been Fred dryer who was a former football star, eventually start on the show. Hunter would have been with Julia Duffy later of Newhart. And then the other one would have been Williams vein of knots, landing and lease eichhorn, who would be in the film Yanks correct. So was it clear to you. Yourself that if you were to be with any of the potential female partners that you and Shelly had the most chemistry? No, it wasn't. I mean chemistry such a strange word, but I definitely felt it was a fair fight between man shall. We were very different in many ways, but she was a few some actors she would haul off and smack you wear heart in that kind of acting way. Right? I claim and I, I really do believe this to be true that I got Sam Malone because I. Was good with Shelly. Shelly was outstanding, Shelly was I don't think you'd seen that character since Lucille ball. You know that strong and Desra marketable character, and she just nailed it from day one. And you said, you know, minute ago you were talking about that for the first year and a half or whatever that you were on chairs. Once it got going, you didn't feel you fully had the character, but you've said elsewhere that he felt that in that year and a half. She kind of carried it? Yeah. I mean, all the writing was attack and all the other actors and characters were spectacular. And we, you know, but she was, I think, kind of standout in the beginning. I remember watching the pilot and asking talk to Jimmy and just crying Saint. I'm awful. I thought I'm terrible. He looked. He listened for a little while then just walked off laughing..
"julia duffy" Discussed on Pop Culture Continuum
"Oh baby talk was a look who's talking rip off with tony dan's a in the voice of the baby it had julia duffy by deng of postseasons but had at one of those deals where everything was fine everyone's fired but most importantly the first he's had george clooney which makes me laugh and you know back then tony dan's a probably the poor man's bruce willis now it's reversed i don't see bruce willis on any episodes abroad city dope fox had at eight o'clock america's most wanted at nine the ultimate challenge which they don't even have a link for i don't know what that is in them at ten local programming nbc had matlock i guess we know pathogen uh uh at nine they had dear enjoy america's most wanted goal at night and they had a dear john fall by flesh and blood or pacific station orf you're watching in the spring the fifth corner and at ten reasonable doubts what what are rough this is even worse than the last friday night at holy shit yeah i guess i'm watching matlock at eight fuck we love you matt la oh yes we do we love you matlock you're not a jew because any who dear tight aunt at nine o'clock all right nine gotta look yeah dear john judd hersh why not the met guy that's really goes and evil actor i forget his name yeah yeah jerry burns let's not it jut yeah terry burns with it.
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