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"kaley" Discussed on Awards Chatter
"If a college class is being taught? What you probably already is being taught about The Big Bang Theory, if not, it will be one of these days. But what do you think made it click so much at a time when TV viewership was beginning to become as fragmented as it is now, nobody watches anything in large numbers, but anymore, but they were watching you guys in the kinds of numbers that were reminiscent of the 90s. Before all these other things to do came along. So what do you think the reason was that audience members clicked so much with a show which on paper, I guess, a group of nerds and all that. I don't think it was in any way obvious. No, I know. I know. Look, it all starts with great writing, writing was brilliant, Chuck Lorre, if you want to hit sitcom, go work with chuck. Or apparently a hit show, and any show, what am I saying not just sitcom? So it starts with him. The writing was absolutely brilliant. And then you get this unbelievable cast of these misfits. And yes, on paper, it's like, what is this? Two nerds live next to a hot blond. It seems so silly and come on. This is not. And that's kind of how it started. And it grew, we got lucky enough. Look, there are wonderful pilots out there that don't go. There are so many shows that are like, God, why is it why don't more people watch that show? How do you not know about that show, right? We got this a little bit of luck. And this amazing group of misfits that I feel like, they just captured everyone's soul. People wanted them to succeed. They were, they were the underdogs. They were the losers. It was like, oh my God, and then what was great about the penny character, which is what they didn't have in that original pilot, this girl who was so cool in real life, who never judged them from the minute she met them. Just being a neighbor, the first scene, let's have lunch, goes over to looking at their stuff and kind of laughing and being the audience of being so these guys are so interesting. She never judged them and I think that's why rum fell in love with her and in return they fell in love with these guys. And you just wanted them to succeed and then we got more years and they start dating and then they start, you're just growing up with these dudes. They captured your soul, but it starts with great writing and we got lucky. We just really, you gotta have a little bit of luck in there. Well, let's also talk about how your character specifically evolved because I just want to read back a couple of quotes that I thought were interesting from over the years.
"kaley" Discussed on Awards Chatter
"It blew up. Like, we were like this late bloomer all of a sudden it was everywhere. We were everywhere, and I remember going to Comic-Con and I remember anyone that knows Comic-Con, hall H, you're the king of Comic-Con if you get haul H, okay? It's like the avatar. So remember we got we got toll we were going to be in hall H and chuck had to sit down with us because he was so worried we were going to walk in and there was going to be like 30 people. He's like, I just want to warn you, this is a huge haul. We don't expect to feel like he was really worried about our mental health going into this, being like, no one loves us. I remember driving, oh my God, it's such a sweet memory. I remember driving in the bus to hall H with the whole cast. And we're driving and I just see this line for miles. And I'm with Johnny. I'm like, what do you think they're waiting to see? Johnny's like, I don't know, like there must be a big movie and the publicist is sitting there and I'm like, who are they waiting for? And she goes, they're waiting for you. And literally I could Johnny and I looked at each other? And our eyes got are literally filled up with tears. That whole place was waiting for our cast. And we had no idea. We thought they were there for someone else. It was just the sweetest, weirdest realization in that moment. That's amazing. And I mean, just to contextualize how huge it ended up being, this is 12 seasons over 12 years, 279 episodes, which is the most of any multi cam sitcom in TV history past chairs, which was two 75. And for the four people who didn't watch it, you were playing penny, the street smart neighbor of these book smart guys, and I guess you obviously had that multi cam experience so they simple rules before you went into this, but was this different? I guess you're now maybe even more front and center. I think it's fair to say then before you are just obviously a totally different show. So I just wonder how did you acclimate to doing it in that format? I felt so comfortable. I had done so much audience stuff before that I really that was truly my home. I love that sort of thing. I'm also so quick in my brain and on my toes that I like the whole run in and give me a rewrite and get out. I love that. I work that way. I'm like that in my own life, like boom, boom, boom, can't slow me down. So sitcom is like great for me. I loved it. Yeah, it was also just with our cast, obviously it expanded over the years, but we were such the way we worked together. It was just music every single time. I remember like we'd have these table reads and guest stars would come on and bless their hearts. They had no idea how full out we would go at a table read.
"kaley" Discussed on Awards Chatter
"So me, John, the rest of the cast, we couldn't get to any ride, because hundreds of people wanted to talk to John. And he wouldn't say no. So we couldn't go anywhere. That's how I am now. It was from him. He was unbelievable. The way he would during live tapings, how he would fuck up on purpose and make everyone just we would be and I knew he knew what he was doing. Like, he was keeping our audience entertained. He knew exactly what he was doing. Because if anyone's listening, who doesn't know, I mean, multicam sitcoms are actually, I mean, sometimes there's canned laughter, but you guys were always in front of a live audience, right? Very real, yes. Yeah. Yeah, very real. And we would be just dying laughing, and he had us in stitches every single day. And to this play, I laugh thinking of some of the stupid things he used to say. I mean, it still killed me. Well, so to then, I don't know how soon after this, it was, but to then have to go back to work on the show that obviously, I mean, he was central to how do you do that? Yeah, it was weird. So we got the families consent. We were like, what do you want us to do? And we talked to the whole family and they were like, he would never want you because the show was so good at that time. Especially his wife, Amy was like, he would never want you guys to stop. Like she was very adamant about that. So we did this, like you said, this one hour very serious episode about our dad dying. And that's when James Garner joined the show, David Spade. It was really an interesting. We didn't know what we were doing, but it was an honor. It was to do it and to have this, we played it like our dad died.
"kaley" Discussed on Awards Chatter
"It wasn't feeling well. And the weird part about it is he actually that when they told us all to go home on the Thursday that John was sick, we were going to take the rest of the day off. He came and knocked on all of our dressing room doors to say goodbye to us. He'd never done that the entire year. Like, he made a point to come up, which, to this day, I'm convinced he knew something was very serious. And later, months later, the rest of the cast told their own version of the story, we didn't know he had gone into everyone's room. Wow, wow. It was unreal. I was like, wait, he went in, and we all had the same story. So he had gone in, and he told me he loved me that day, and he hugged me. He's like, I love you. I was like, I love you too. I'm like, feel better, and it was that sort of thing. So then Thursday night, you know, again, I had a cell phone in my car for emergencies, but it was not like a regular thing. And so late at night, our house phone kept ringing. And something possessed me to go into my car and look at my car phone, and I was 16. 17, 16, 17. And I was like, I need to go look at my car phone, which and I went in there. There was like 20 missed calls. And my parents, we never answered the home phone. And the home flow kept bringing, they're like, I think you need answer. So my dad answered the phone, this is the weirdest story. At the time, I was dating a guy who's an actor named Kevin Ziggler, who's still one of my dear Friends. Yeah, yeah. Heaven was living with us. So Kevin is at my house. This is so insane. And my dad gets this call from production, and they tell him what happened. He goes and tells Kevin, you need to drive her because we all were meeting on the stage, and they didn't want it because I lived so far away. They didn't want to tell me. So I thought that John was very sick and we had to have a meeting about what we were going to do for the rest of the weekend. So my dad knows now that John has died. Tells my boyfriend at the time to drive me to Burbank and do not say anything to me until we get out of the car. Did he know? Kevin knew, yes, he told Kevin. Kevin drives me, I get out of the car and why open the door and I'm like, and I'm not even clicking that this is so weird. This 10 o'clock at night. It was not hitting me at all. I get out of the car and I just hear people screaming. Like they had witnessed a crash. And I still had no idea. And Kevin's trying to catch up with me and he's like, and then I walk in and I see how when looking at me, and I'm like, what happened? And you're just starting here, John, John John. And it was like this wave of like John's dead, John's dead. All of a sudden. It was the most bizarre, insane thing, and it was so late at night and all the news started coming in. And then the next morning, without any one saying to do it, every single person met up on our stage at Disney and that was like a thousand people on the stage. And someone had gone in and put up pictures of him.
"kaley" Discussed on Awards Chatter
"And I had gone back, again, I don't even know what happens now, but I had to go back to network and test and then be chemistry read with the family. This was a long process. Very arduous. It was like me and one other girl, this went on and on. And it was supposedly going to be the next big thing. The most funniest pilot script all season. So we all convinced I was getting it. It was really, really killing me. I end up not getting it. And I was so soul crushed. I remember going home and I didn't even want to get out of bed. I was so depressed. And like at 16, that was the first time I truly felt a loss of a job. I'd never really cared until that point got me. And I was 16. I was like, I don't want to do this anymore like this. It really hurt me. And the next day, my agent called, who I'm still with today, of the same team, my whole amazing. I saw this. It's 15. So my agent roe, who I'm still with today, call me. She goes, there's another show that ABC has. It's called 8 simple rules, and they want to see you for it. And I was so like, I didn't want to go. And so I ended up going in an auditioning and I end up getting that pilot. And those two pilots were the only ones that Disney shot that ABC shot and of course funkhouser's never. Yeah, right. Of course, like all this meant to be crazy. And I don't know if you know this, but it was supposed to John Goodman was supposed to be the dad in 8 simple rules. I did not know. Yeah, whoever knows why he pulls out, no one knows why and we're waiting to hear. So all the kids and Katie's to go, we were all cast. And we hear John as John Goodman is pulled out. We finally hear through the great vine. There was no social media. Deadline. There was nothing to read. So we hear John Ritter joining the show. And for me, I didn't even know who that was. Right. And my parents are like, we love John Ritter, and I'm like, who is that? Like, this is so what? And I'm kind of learning no idea, and what ends up the best year of my whole life with him. I mean, I remember I was 16. I just got my license. And again, I begged my parents to let me drive myself to the table read because I was just starting to drive by myself. So they let me, and I drove by myself to the table read, and because the character was so sexy, I thought, okay, I should probably dress like the way I got it, right? So I had these ridiculous outfit on. And I'm sitting at the table read and John has not arrived everyone's waiting and in comes John larger than life. He's saying hi to everybody and I'm like so excited, nurse to meet him. And he walks over and I'm sitting in the chair and I'm like, hi, and he goes, he looks at me, doesn't say one thing, takes his jacket off, puts it over me and never dressed like that again. And goes and sits down. And I was dying in that moment. He was like a dad to me. Yeah, yeah. It was the best.
"kaley" Discussed on Awards Chatter
"Show, however, is a single camera dark comedy. HBO Max is the flight attendant, a program about a stewardess who finds herself in terrifying circumstances and then has to figure her way out of them. She is both starred on and for the first time in her career, served as a producer on that show, the first season of which dropped in 2020 and brought her the first Emmy noms of her career for best comedy series and best actress in a comedy series, and the second season of which dropped this year and has returned her to the letter Emmy race. USA Today in reference to the second season, wrote that she, quote, is superb, perhaps even better than last year's performance. She, of course, being Kaley Cuoco. Over the course of our conversation, Cuoco and I discussed how she first got into the business. And why she was so impacted by her early work with and the sudden death in 2003 of her 8 simple rules costar John Ritter, how she wound up on The Big Bang Theory despite the fact that she wasn't cast in the original pilot of the show. And what it was like once she was brought on his penny, being part of such a huge and long-lasting hit. Why she was so nervous about her move away from sitcoms for the flight attendant and why she decided to return to it for a second season, plus much more. And so without further ado, let's go to that conversation.
Kayleigh McEnany Previews New Book 'For Such a Time as This'
"The main point of the book is my face and then some of the hardest times in life got it showed up Christ has shown up and helped me through them And some of those hard times were in The White House And I go through my time in The White House But I also the second part of the book is holding the media accountable and sharing what I know president Trump to be he's the man where when I'm in a meeting in the cabinet room of course that beautiful room with the long mahogany table and Bill Barr's there and Kellyanne and they're saying to the president hey the ObamaCare lawsuit may not be advisable right now during COVID-19 as we're approaching an election He looks at me and says what do you think Kaley And I said you know that makes a lot of sense to me and he looks me in the eye and that Caylee I will always stand with the base I will always stand with the promises I made to the American people And that in a nutshell is why president Trump was so successful His authenticity and his fidelity to his word And that's just one of the many anecdotes I have in there The person I know president Trump to be not the person who is attacked in all of these trash tell all
"kaley" Discussed on Dateable Podcast
"They're doing wrong and all the ways in which they didn't quite measure up you're looking for the things they did right and when you see that appreciating them and then there's one other piece which is really about. Can you reveal your full truth in the relationship and revealing is about revealing. Hey what's really going on with me at work in life emotionally but it's also about like all those little microscopic ruptures in connection that happen when i feel pissed off that kaley nagged me about not unloading the dishwasher or whatever that might be. It's it's just revealing that so that instead of pulling us further apart it brings us closer together and it gives you permission for each other to give that extra thirty percent in a relationship and to share that extra thirty percent. But i know we have some very quantitative based listeners. We're thinking how do you know you've been giving eighty percent versus sixty five percent or seventy percent. How do you know when you hit the eighty percent. You don't which is in days if the point that the whole thier is. Can you stop scorekeeping nineties. You could do it where it actually becomes the exact same problem i just gave eighty percent. You were only at seventy two is exactly this ryan argument as fighting for fifty fifty. So the whole idea is can i over shoot. Can i do more. I would add a bit of a caveat here which i think is really neat early in relationships which is around what matters to you to receive. Because if you're going to go above and beyond might as well have it land in the other person's world as something fantastic that they've really cherish. Where as a for instance early on nate. We got me flowers and it was amazing. Allegedly except i am so good at killing living things..
"kaley" Discussed on Dateable Podcast
"I have very little awareness. Of how horrible was the yard that you just cleaned up and reiko and so there's this sense of what i did was hard and what you did was easy. And so what. I encounter more and i should get credit for it and so again. We're fighting for something that doesn't even exist and it was. It was funny as part of this book. We did about one hundred interviews and if we asked people the question do you ever fight about fairness they would say not really and then they would go on to tell us all of these stories of them fighting about fairness completely unfair. That i'm the one who always puts the cap on the toothpaste right or it's totally unfair that i cook these beautiful meals and when it's his turn we go for pizza So what did you guys run into. What was it that you know inspired the shift that you looked at your own marriage. Yeah well we had quite an interesting transition from dating to a more serious relationship. Which i assume is pretty much ubiquitous. It's never a very clean and easy transition but for us we had been dating long distance and we first met in high school plaza. We dated a little bit then. Then we broke up and seven years later. We got back together. At that point. We were long distance for a year so was like this magical experience. In every time. I saw kelly. I thought she walked on water and she thought the same about me and then we decided to move in together. Kaley had a condo. And i moved in and it was like a week or two into that that we just hit the wall of fairness and actually start the book on this story where i used to walk into this condo and i would just like kick off my shoes and leave them in a pile and war and so kaley actually hit my shoes in like one of those cabinets above the refrigerator that nobody ever uses bike that was first baroness bites of what what are you doing. Why did you hide my shoes perspective. Here i was just leaving my crap everywhere but it was really interesting that we had no idea all of the structural things that we were gonna need to think about and all the changes that we're gonna happen just from that transition to from like long distance dating where everything was magical and we'd meet up at a hotel to like all of a sudden we're living together Okay so i think this is something. I definitely related to as i read this book. I am in a newer relationship less than a year. I've never live with someone before. And i think a lot of our listeners might be in the same boat or even just an early stage dating. i think. Sometimes it's hard to imagine that it will go to that place where we're kind of fighting over all these mundane type things and i think a lot of people that haven't even met their person yet wanna think they're differential in a way it's like i've spent all this time trying to find this person. Now i'm just gonna fight about shoes. Is this inevitable or is there a way that couples can get out this. Is this a little scary to me. I'll be completely honest. I think in some ways we wrote this book as a gift to our past selves. And what we hope is to a new generation of people who are entering dating that had we had any of the tools around. How do you reveal in a way. That's thoughtful and caring so that you don't end up fighting or doing things that are passive aggressive around things as ridiculous as shoes. I think that also holding more space for appreciation for one another which again in the early days of dating. I think there can be this magical experience of. You're so awesome..
"kaley" Discussed on Dateable Podcast
"Ab l. e. Okay let's get into the eighty. Eighty marriage with nate in keighley. How do you have a successful relationship or marriage. Nobody knows these days because the model for a successful relationship keeps changing with our society and we no longer can look to our parents to say this is what makes a marriage work because fifty percent of our parents are also divorced so this is very interesting. That we have. Nate clamp and kaley clamp on the phone with us. Today who wrote a book called the eighty eighty marriage a new model for happier stronger relationships. They live in boulder. They've been there for nine years. I'm from collins of were fellow. Colorado ends here. They're both forty two years old. They're married to each other right. Just want to confirm and what is it. Eighty eighty model relationships while in particular exploring how to use a mindset shift to radical generosity and the structural shift to shared success as you transition from dating to the early stages of intimate relationship. We are so excited to have you at. The book was also definitely excited to dig in deeper on this episode with you all awesome so so excited to be here. You're ut this up so beautifully that eighty eighty is really about letting go of the old model said. Our parents had about what relationships might look like and instead saying as we're going into relationships now we know that we are equals with each other and we want to create a relationship where it feels like we're equals and in love and previously the very best that we could do was the technology of fairness. Let's make sure that we're equals by making things super fair fifty fifty exactly the same and the problem was that created so much for us to fight about. I was when he picked up dinner last time. It's your turn. I was in hugh planned are cool date last time. Now it's your turn keeping tabs exactly and so this keeping score with such an issue and so eighty eighty is all about dropping keeping score shifting your mindset to that of radical generosity where you're contributing appreciating and revealing to each other and from that place you're able to create a structure of shared success which really just means you know your values which means you can identify your priorities set clear boundaries. Identify your roles imbalanced power which interestingly leads to really great sex well fake. That's really interesting. Because i feel like we keep hearing in modern culture that we want to strive for equality and i know you just touched on this a bit but why do you think this is flawed. Like this motion of equality. Yeah well. I actually think there's a really important distinction here between equality and fairness and so as kayla was mentioned earlier we are all about equality in marriage and i think like we're living in the generation that's all about equality in marriage in contrast to our grandparents who had very different structures. Even our parents may have had very different structures. So i think the key question couples are asking now is how can we be equals and in love without killing each other. Essentially and the reason we're killing each is because of this berry. Clunky technology of fairness that kayla was talking about a minute ago..
"kaley" Discussed on Dateable Podcast
"The dateable podcast is an insider's look into modern dating at the huffington post calls one of the top ten podcast about love and sex on each episode. We'll talk about everything from sex parties. To sex droughts date fails diaper fetishes. And i moves to first loves. I'm your host. You issue former. Dating coach turned dating sociologists. You also hear from my co host and producer. Julie craft check as we explored this crazy. Dateable world high dateable 's welcome to another episode of the dateable. Podcast a show all about the sociology of dating as we've been observing dating behaviors for years and we want to dig into the wise of people's behavior so we can get to the house of bettering people's behavior including yourself absolutely. I feel like it's always yourself. It always comes down to yourself. But i'm excited today because we're going a little past early data. We're going all the way to marriage but what's really interesting about. This episode is that it's super relatable to all stages of relationships. We definitely jake into the authors that we talked to wrote a book called the eighty marriage snead in kiwi camped. And what was interesting about it. Is i think when you're dating if you are. Your goal is marriage or committed partnership sometimes it can feel go long ways off but i think it's really good to hear the staff from people that have been through it. One of the guests kaley. She mentioned it was cut off. Like what you're about to give birth. There is the book what to expect. When you're expecting it you read it before you give birth. It is a really good analogy for dating. Because you're looking to get into a long-term committed relationship. Why not start now. I think people really just don't know what the fuck to expect. After they get married they think all of their problems will be resolved and all is good because society recognizes you as an entity together. But how you operate in a in a relationship is so dependent on you and this conversation dispels the myth that all relationships should be fifty fifty. Everybody contributes equally. And they're saying no that is not how it works from their own personal experience and from a very traumatizing experience of almost getting to that point of divorce. So i just think that this is a conversation. Anybody should be hearing even if you're not in a relationship because it preps you for what succumb if if a long term relationship is what you're looking for right. I wasn't sure looking at some staff that was interesting so from two thousand nine to two thousand. Nineteen i think typically takes a few years to get the stats. Divorces had been on the decline but also marriages have been on the decline so it kind of evens out a bit but i.
"kaley" Discussed on Even the Rich
"And it all started with a big bang. That's right longtime star of the big bang theory. Kaley cuco announced. She's divorcing her husband. Three years professional question. Caro cook right so last friday. The couple released a statement to people announcing their split. It read despite a deep love and respect for one another. We have realized that our current paths have taken us in opposite directions and then it went on to explain that they made the decision together with an immense amount of respect and consideration. Which i am so tired of these boring. Run of the mill divorce announcements. Like i want you to be like my husband. Wouldn't stop rearranging my magnets and i had to call it quits exactly or he shaved his face and got hair all over the damn bathroom guys. Stop doing that. So the statement ended by saying kalian. Carl wouldn't it be sharing any other details or comments. Which of course shuts down any questions before we even have a chance to. And even though the statement makes break-up sound pretty amicable they're split definitely came as a shock to a lot of people like i know fans were surprised but also it seems like kalian carl's friends were shocked. A source close to the couple told people. The split was very sudden and said in the beginning of the summer. Kaley seemed very happy with carl. They were affectionate and seemed great. Yeah and just three months ago kalian. Carl were both posting to instagram. Like gushing about each other for their third wedding anniversary. Kaley wrote the sappy post that said. Why have you stayed married to me for so long. I'm sincerely impressed. i love you. Oh so much you have no idea. And then carl also wrote a post. Basically saying it's been three years but feels like just a flash. I love you so much. I can't wait for a million more years which who knew a million years was three months. I mean look. Sometimes when you're married three years could feel like a billion we heard it here folks so they were super loved three months ago and now they're getting divorced which what went wrong honestly. Three years is not a long time at all though they were first linked in march of two thousand sixteen when they were seen getting cozy at a sporting event in california and then a few days later kaley shared this. Pick of her. And carl with the caption. That's what happy looks like. And then a year and a half later in december of two thousand seventeen. Carl proposed on kelly's birthday and she shared like the whole proposal in video on her instagram. At showed her crying with joy as he confessed his love and then he popped the question and then they got married only like six months later in june of two thousand eighteen with some keighley's big bang co-stars there to celebrate. I'm assuming they each got paid a million dollars a pop to be there. Yeah it was in our gandara on. So what's interesting. Is that kalian. Carl had a bit of an unusual marriage so for almost two years after they tied the knot. They didn't actually live together. Yes okay. Lee told entertainment news in august of two thousand nineteen that they were building their dream house and that they were eventually going to live under the same roof. She said we have a very unconventional marriage. You know we have different locations that were at a lot. We're not together every single day. Which i might be crazy here. But that seems like a dream marriage. I mean look people in the fifties on tv like yeah. They were onto something bedrooms bedrooms and new upgraded to separate houses. If i had the money yeah be getting married all the time. I mean they did end up moving into a new house together in los angeles in march of twenty twenty which kelly told. Jimmy kimmel was great for the relationship and they posted a bunch of pictures together over the last year but they move into a house together. It all goes downhill. So they're relatively short happily ever after is over now in killys even made their split instagram official. Which is more serious than any divorced. That's what we take seriously now on monday. Fans noticed that she removed carl from her insta- bio and a lot of people took that to mean. She's moving on because that's what that me what it means her bio previously said mrs and then she tagged carl instagram handle and it also said many four-legged kids referring to the numerous pets. They have together including twenty five horses a pack of dogs a bunny and a goat so apparently they live in heaven. I like how it's a pack of dogs and not like six dogs or twelve dogs. Like i don't even know what that means the whole pack But now her bio says yes. Norman which is the name of the production company. She founded back in two thousand seventeen. Got so kaelin. Carl are different paths and according to news. She's ready to start the next chapter of her life. Yes so an insider revealed that kaley realized her relationship with. Carl just wasn't right. She felt like they weren't on the same page for the future and that she wanted something. Different the source also said that kaley wants to have different types experiences which i gotta take to mean a little or what else right i mean i. It's either that or different ways of but don't get on drinking right like i don't think she means parasailing. Gonna gonna call it right now. Yeah i doubt that too. It does look like kelly wants a clean break from all this. So according to some reports that came out last night keighley's requested that the court deny spousal support to both parties. Which of course makes people wonder. Is this actually an amicable split. Yes so basically she doesn't wanna pay any spousal support a coral and she doesn't want him to pay her anything either. Apparently they have an ironclad prenup. She had a similar pre-nup in place when she got married for the first time to former pro tennis player ryan sweeping. She divorced in two thousand fifteen. And it's not as a press. She wants to protect our assets. Kelly's one of the highest paid actors on ta we all know she was on the big bang theory for twelve seasons and made almost a million dollars in her episode by the end of the series. Yeah and supposedly. Carl knew the terms of the pre-nup when he signed it as he very well should if tyra banks taught us anything that you read the fine print so honestly carl doesn't really need any of keighley's money though like he makes a lot of money from his equestrian career and his dad owns the software company into it and is basically a billionaire. So i don't think he's surprised by any of these documents he's received it. Seems like kaley is probably the one that had to sign the pre-nup yeah but here's the real hot goss so keighley's been working on this new movie with saturday. Night live star pete davidson and there are rumors that are going around that he may have had something to do with her split from carl. Yes so kalian. Pete stars love entrance in the upcoming romantic comedy called meet cute yet which just finished filming and kelly's been sharing a ton of otas from her shoot on her instagram which to be fair all stars do fillmore. But there's one of her impede embracing with the caption. That's a wrap on meet. Cute love every single human involved with this special little gem of a film would do it over and over and over again right which apparently is a reference to the movie. so kelly's character. Sheila finds a time machine and she uses it to fix her. First date with pete's character gary but then later that same day kaley posted another pickup. Her in pete smiling together with the caption sheila and gary coming. Soon it's just one of those things where it's like unless these are the only two people in the movie like why aren't we seeing other people barista back so of course. None of this has gone unnoticed by fans. They are paying very close attention to how close kalian pete seem to be course. They are so after photos of the two of them on set were released fans took right to twitter like they always do to point out how cozy they seem to be getting. One fan tweeted. Okay yup kaley. Cocoa and pete davidson are absolutely dating and a source from the set an absolute shady shady person told us a sign that kalian. Pete seemed to be growing closer and closer during production. The barista it is. That's why she's not any photos. The source said heaton keighley have got on incredibly well since day one but as the weeks have passed. It's become clear. There is some attraction there when the cameras stopped rolling. They'd be cracking jokes. And we're clearly enjoying one another's company. I mean you just can't fake chemistry. You can't so we also have to point out that heat has also had a relationship and right around the same time as keighley's which of course makes people even more suspicious of a secret romance. Yes oh. Pete had been dating bridgeton actor phoebe denver for about five months and they just called it quits in august. Which was well. Pete with filming. Meet cute and it just so happened to be around the same time kaley announced her sudden split from carl so a source even told the sun that the co stars close friendship played a part in pete and phoebe split. Yeah there's just a lot of coincidences here. And you've got to wonder is kelly's divorced just a matter of not seeing ida i with horse rider. Carl or did davidson. Maybe play a role in their break-up i.
Kaley Cuoco Files for Divorce From Estranged Husband Hours After Announcing Split
"Kaley Cuoco and equestrian husband Carl Cook going their separate ways after three years of marriage. They released a joint statement on Friday, saying. While they still have love and respect for each other, they're going in different. Directions with no feelings of animosity or anger, and they won't be commenting further on the matter. It's quote goes second marriage ending in divorce. The news is
The Biden Debacle Continues
"The biden debacle continues in afghanistan. The withdrawal is a disaster. The biden administrations exit has been a catastrophe. Goof-balls on the left are doing. Now they're pivoting to trying to say well the it's still a big airlift. We're getting a lot of people out of their senator mitch. Mcconnell with dana perino and bill hemmer yesterday on fox news as this is one of the greatest foreign policy disasters in american history. I think it's important to remember where we were a few months ago before the president's reckless decision to leave we only had twenty five hundred troops there. We had lots of single american Personnel military personnel in a year. The taliban barbarians were not in charge of the country. We were keeping the lid on an al qaeda was not there so the decision to pull out was gargantuan mistake in a opinion having made that decision You'd have to conclude these guys an organized a two car funeral. I mean here's where we are. The president needs to forget about the august thirty first deadline. We need to send in enough american personnel military personnel to rescue our people and by the way they're more american soldiers there now than before. The president made the decision to leave. Wow it's it's unbelievable. Kaley mcenaney pointed something out to jesse waters a theme. That i keep coming back to. We wouldn't be seeing this under the trump administration. We're eight months into a biden president. Jesse wrap your head around that we still have three years and four months left look when president trump was president. You didn't see crisis after crisis. You just didn't see it. I shudder to think about what it would have been. Like under joe biden. We've seen afghanistan blow up crime ministries. You named it all. What would have been like. Because i was in the white house when it was pretty scary times. We weren't sure if we'd have enough ventilators but we were able to produce it with the private sector. I watched president trump overseeing vaccine in record time produce. Four working therapeutics. Do you think joe biden could have done any of that. The answer is absolutely not. The guy was five hours and twenty minutes late to his speech
Jen Psaki Unloads on Fox News' Peter Doocy Over His “Irresponsible” Question
"Exchange yesterday with jen psaki between gen sake and peter doocy a fox news where the white house is insisting that. We're not leaving behind americans. It's irresponsible she used the word. Nearest dushi ought to be living. This guy ought to be furious at being called out by the way i understand. There's jousting the goes on nothing. Like the trump years though where the reporters were shrieking and setting their hair on fire and carrying on like a like a band of lunatics in the white house. Press briefing trying to browbeat. Sean spicer and sarah huckabee sanders and kaley mcenaney. They've got this dummy standing up there saying it's responsible but she's not a dummy she's following marching orders and it makes you wonder about the big picture what's worse joe biden or kamala harris as present. Really what's worse. I wish i knew the answer to
Pete Davidson and Phoebe Dynevor Reportedly Break Up
"So bridge take our phoebe. Dinosaur and pete davidson have reportedly split after a short five months of dating man. He's had a lot of girlfriends I'm hearing that. Things started to fizzle after their busy schedules starting to started to it difficult to see each other also like he's from the uk. I think Phoebe has had back to back. Filming with jason in the uk and pete has been back here filming snl and also a new movie with kaley called meet cute obviously all the travel restrictions haven't helped them being able to see each other either so quick will romance and it's
Pete Davidson and Phoebe Dynevor Reportedly Break Up
"Has it that richardson star phoebe. Dinosaur and as an pete davidson have split after five months of data exile in meghan. He's available friends close to that. Say that their relationship started to fizzle because and in their work. Schedules are not. Which makes it really difficult for them to see each other. It started as a whirlwind relationship. If you remember. They were both kind of flying overseas to hang out with each other all of the time. She was constantly in new york. He was constantly in england but over. Time it's just become increasingly obvious that it was going to be real difficult to make it work. So she's filming the second season of bridge retain in the uk and promoting that in the meantime pete's doing snl and he's also working on a new film called meet q. With kaley cuco so it seems that things have been really cooled
Los Angeles Hopes New Mask Mandate Will Reverse Virus Spike
"We come on the air this morning. Residents of the nation's most populous county are waking up to a new. But all too familiar reality and indoor mask mandate despite all the progress we've made it's a reminder that our national fight against covert is far from over as the highly contagious delta variants sweeps. The country cases are rising nearly all fifty states. The country's daily case average has now searched by more than sixty percent in the last week to more than twenty seven thousand cases. That's a whopping one hundred forty. Three percent increase over the past. Four weeks fueling the surge unvaccinated americans who make more than ninety seven percent of hospitalized covert patients the administration now targeting misinformation to overcome vaccine hesitancy. But can they actually change any minds and could we see more major cities across america. Reinstitute their mask recommendations. Dr vivek murthy is standing by with more. But we begin with kaley hearten in la county inside the providence saint joseph medical center. Good morning to you kayleigh. Good morning martha just a few weeks ago. This hospital system in southern california was treating just thirty. kobe patients. That number has jumped two hundred and thirty and almost all of them or unvaccinated. This is an all hands on deck moment. As one local officials said as the situation continues to get worse in california for the past week in los angeles county more than one thousand new cases were reported every day and that number was closer to two thousand on friday and saturday for perspective a month ago. The county was averaging two hundred new cases every day. We've been on something of a roller coaster here with the numbers in check a month ago. La county lifted virtually all restrictions with capacity limits and social distancing bars and restaurants. They have been packed with massless people but now a sharp reversal bringing back. The mask mandate for inside public places. Regardless of your vaccination status and ten counties in california are also following suit with their own guidance.
The 80/80 Relationship Model With Nate and Kaley Klemp
"Why eighty eighty basically. The eighty is to answer the main questions that modern couples are asking. How do we stay equals and being love that we sort of solve for equality trying to do things fifty fifty fair but that completely blew up. I imagine we'll talk some more about that. And so it's how do we create a relationship where we can stretch more toward one another create a of radical generosity of contribution and appreciation rather than scorekeeping and therefore rather than just having our individual pursuits succeed together. As i'm sitting here thinking about my own marriage. I think about all the advice that i've been given and there's a fifty fifty and then there's the your equals. Now in my mind to equals equals like one hundred and one hundred which mathematically falls apart so eighty eighty falls apart. Even more for this my. Yeah my my specific question is so eighty percent into my marriage. Which i believe is what you're saying. What do i do with the other twenty percent. you're right. The math makes no sense which we like to say. It's sort of the whole point because neither does love right. It's there's a kind of inherent irrationality that's happening. We are arguing that you want to move the yardstick in marriage from just doing your fair share. You're fifty percent to eighty percent and your question as well okay. So that leaves twenty percent. What do you do with that or why. Not one hundred one hundred. That's the question we often get and really the answer. There is that we think this spirit of radical generosity that's really the essence of eight hundred. Eighty can either be underdone or overdone right and most of us are undoing it but there is a potential of being so radically essentially give up yourself and you know you know where to think about your own purpose and your own projects and and there's a lot of self that goes along with that so eighty percent is sort of that middle way that were trying to strike out here.
Interview With Founder of Body by Leslie, Leslie Karpman
"The gosh this is so fun and exciting. This is going to be a really awesome conversation. I'm so excited to share with with people on this conversation with my amazing listeners. How we met because it's a very vulnerable part of just my story of you're my sponsor an alanon which were gonna get to you but you're also an incredible woman entrepreneur. You are one of the top instructors in pilates in the fitness game in los angeles which we're gonna get to all of that And how all of these things connect rate alanon. The twelve steps tools entrepreneurship being a leader. All of these things so with that with that sad. I'm so happy to have you on the podcast. And i would love to share just a little bit about who you are and your journey of your own pass through creativity and entrepreneurship. Oh my gosh. it's so cute. See you like really in your head that smile. Well you know scott. I've i've always been entrepreneur though. Obviously when pandemic hit it was time to to get moving you know and they feel like people in the world of fitness and training either really went for it or kind of fell back and you know. I've always been a go getter which we can talk about with with all of the alanon stuff. Long gets that part of the conversation. But you know it's just like i jumped right in. I was doing i. G live you know two days in and creating flyers which are embarrassing to look back at you know but putting them up on the page and then like something really amazing that happened was you know one of my writer dies. Shutout tamimi this amazing dancer and director and anyways. She told her mary. Gosh my body seizures. Doing these edgy. Lives and you know. Mary told allie and allie told kaley and told kate. Kate told rachel. And rachel told catherine it was this whole like amazing positive contagious. That was coming out of
What Could a College Football Super League Look Like?
"I wanna talk about the super league. Right to the super league takes over Soccer and for forty eight hours eight hours and now it's gone. It's a thing of the past. It was a nice wispy thing. It's like at the end of forrest. Gump it's a little feather. They just flies up and just goes away and then the super league is gone forever but it did cancer. The imagination is a pretty much fans of every other sport who came up with their own superleague for their sport. Now this happened a lot in college football as the lazy among us decided to just do a super league not me. I have the super. Oh kaley coming out. But so the super league proposed by andy staples he has. Let's see fifteen teams only team all right. Well there was only twelve. Or i think there's only twelve in the super league. Now they were gonna eventually get the twenty. they're starting with twelve broke alias. Twenty-five i liked this
Kaley & Nate Klemp - How To Be A Good Partner
"Two wonderful guests for you today. Not one but two nate and kaley clump. They're an amazing couple. That together co-authored the new book. The eighty eighty marriage a new model for a happier stronger marriage. Both of them are also incredible in their own. Right nate is actually one of the founders of a company that's partnered with mindful dot org. He's a phd from princeton university. And is the author of start here. Master the lifelong habit of wellbeing. So he's deeply steeped in mindfulness. Kelly is an amazing expert. On small group dynamics and leadership development her books include the fifteen commitments of conscious leadership. The drama free office. And let's say you could make a drama free office. You can probably make a drama free marriage and she created the thirteen guidelines for effective teams so between the two of them. They're here today to talk about the amazing power of bringing mindfulness into your relationship and how to have a happier one. Welcome nate and kelly. Which for having us here so happy to be here. It is my joy and pleasure. Let's start by talking first of all about what it's like to work together as a couple. You guys wrote a book together. You co create. tell me about it. It's a funny thing. Because i think initially. We had a semi conscious agreement to never worked together. We have created separate worlds as you described each pursuing our own areas and then it was really this project around marriage that clearly. We're doing as a joint project and our life and recognize that. Initially nate was going to write this book as a solo author which we thought was going to be really interesting but thought that it would actually be more powerful to do together so now working together living together parenting together being married there is a lot of together and i think that makes all the tools we talk about even more
Kayleigh McEnany signs on as Fox News contributor
"Kayleigh Mcenany has joined Fox News as a contributor. This is a new press release. Kayleigh Mcenany has joined the Fox news family. She said. It is my distinct pleasure today to this was Harris Faulkner, she said. It is my distinct pleasure today to welcome Kaley mcenany to the Fox family. We'll be seeing much more of her in the future. I think she'll be great. She does great TV hits and she's incredibly intelligent. And, um, there won't be as much circling back. I don't think I think she'll just should just tell. Tell it how it is.
Dog Breath Photography!
"Pay welcome back to another episode of this week and photo. I am your host frederick johnson. Today we're talking about dog photography and and this specific conversation and you guys know. I've had people on the show before that that specialize in pet animal photography. But this one's a little different for several reasons. We're going to go into keighley's work style and why she shoots what she shoots house. She shoot what she shoots and this amazing new book that he just released. Which is how we came into contact with each other so kaley. Welcome to the show. How's it go it. Hey thank you so much for having me. I'm so pumped to be here and it's going well a relatively well given the weird wild crazy year. The where the wheels fell off the world's but other than that everything's going good and i'm really grateful to be here. Thanks for having me. You're welcome you're welcome. Thank you so much for agreeing to do the interview during the down week between christmas and new year so would most people are just veg watching movies and putting on pounds. We're working and having fun and talking photography so thank you for taking the time out. I'll feel great. Yeah yeah so. Let's dive into this. So kayla are you. You are a photographer. You specialize in animal photography pet photography dot photography specifically. So let's let's rewind a little bit and go into how you got started in this world this sort of upside down world of shooting furry people instead of models in all that. Cool stuff yeah. It's one of those things where like when you show up at a party. You know who what when parties where thing You know and and you're sorta like talk to other people and you get to know people and you meet them and they sorta like ask you. You know everybody sort of sizing each other upright their electrical. What are you do what you do. And then that's when i enter and say oh i photograph dogs for for a living and often. Kinda say like oh. Oh that's that's cute like do you do do okay with that. You know or or whatever they find it quite interesting. In fact i think they probably think like oh so you're unemployed between exactly right But actually it's been oh man. It's been an incredible wild ride. I've been photographing dogs professionally for a decade now. So i started my business ten years ago. i'm based in the boston area and my business called dog breath photography And and basically. Since the moment that i began ten years ago i started by photographing dogs at the shelter Simply just volunteering. My time and trying to make whatever small difference. I could make in the lives of these dogs who had no voice to speak for themselves You know dogs. That had these amazing stories to tell that had had no way to tell them basically. That's where i figured out. That photograph had the power to to save a life to change your life. And so that's kind of where i started to learn. I did go to college for visual arts. And so i had photography is sort of part of my curriculum and so i i kind of you know knew a little bit about it. But i wasn't by any means professional or real even good which is okay. That kinda came over the years as i developed and progressed. but that's just kind of weird. I'll started you know it's interesting so no no no this. This is great. It's funny. I wanted to interject in there or not funny. It's actually coincidental that we're having this conversation. Because when i started in the in photography combat photo journalist by training for the for the air force and when i was going through my training one of the assignments that they gave us. This is in denver. Colorado was to pick a story. All come in all the photographers that come in to train right. And they gave us these assignments and my simon over three days was a shoot it process printed mounted and presented to the class. This is back when we processed and printed and you know made stuff other than digital so so we did this thing and one of the miami assignment was to photograph animal shelter. And i remember. It's so funny that you say could save a life because this we were talking about the assignment. And i was trying to figure out what i should do for the assignment and i wanted to do something that was kind of what you talked about. You know saving lives and sort of helping helping somebody. It turned out to be dogs but the long story short my story was on. I think i titled it or deny zed euthanasia because it was about the animal shelter and showing you know. I showed the ingest all the way through the end for the dog didn't get or or pets that didn't get adopted and what that looked like and i wrote up a story about the the situation in denver at the time of the how many animals there were versus people that were willing to take them in and what happens to the leftovers right so yeah it was crazy. How incredibly powerful. I had no idea that you had in your background. That is that is so incredible. And so powerful. And i mean what a big beautiful heart you have to have to be able to witness that from from front to back like you said because i will admit that the part that i experienced. Typically the shelters You know kind of the the part where. There's so much hope. There's still so much hope right because the dogs are They're coming in. And it's heartbreaking and sad when you see their previous owners can of walking out the doors and leaving them and that that part is hard. But i always have lots of hope for their futures in kind of what can happen for them next so i will say that. I've never not that i haven't by choice stuck around for the those final bits that that can happen to them but just that the shelter that i volunteer at that system is very private about that. Part of things and that that process at the end is very like sort of hidden from the public and from the volunteers to because our hearts are so wrapped up in this work and we love these dogs so much that it is so gut wrenching emotional to out here. You know what happened to two fido and selby or whatever so so to actually. I saw a photographer who did a series somewhat like. You just mentioned who was with the dogs. They took their final portraits before the dogs sort of went into the us in asia room and they were so powerful and i thought my gosh that is what a heart and a spirit. This person has to be able to for the sake of art for the sake of spreading an incredibly powerful message to the public. The stuff that happens behind closed doors that we prefer not to think about
"kaley" Discussed on The Lights, Camera, Pro! Podcast
"Shane will work closer together. And maybe we'll see miranda again because miranda's out there and new. I don't know i'm excited for it. Hopefully we'll see more italian guy. He was great. I know. I mean. I think it has a really good possibility of season to being even better as i agree. And i have to give such props to kaley cuoco for really just breaking out of the mold of what people probably thought. She was and the big bang theory. I thought she did a phenomenal job of the fact that she is e. p. of this show is to serve great outskirt. And i think she's so gray and i hope they do the fan and not. I hope i'm sorry that i want to say that. Can you hear that. Sorry my grandparents. Just start calling. And whenever i get a call it like clauses or at least mutes may. There's been a lot of times where i'll be podcast that brittany and if someone calls and she's i can't hear you and i'm like skype but you doing here. I just wanted to say that. I felt that this show is casted really well and i'm glad that we got to review it on. I was gonna say what else were you. Oh i your reviews for the mandalorian are great. Such a fantastic show by the way for season. Three going to be dorky here but my girlfriend got me onto baby. Yoda's for christmas like my kids are like dad. You are like a six year old boy. What are you doing And i'm like no. This is fun like fun Pitcher my mom. For christmas got me a plush growth and there's a makeup company called color pop and they did an eye shadow palate in conjunction with the mandalorian and it has baby. Yoda on it so my mom got me that for christmas. So yes i am so with you on the grow who love here and i would definitely love to do a review of the outsider because i really liked that done. I'm on six. I didn't realize tat episodes. So i just finished six last night. So give me a week or so. We'll text back and forth. I would love to do that with you because it sounds like you enjoyed it also. Yeah i'll have to. I feel like that's great. Because i'll go back and rewatch to saddam refresh. It's been a while But yes sean. I have really enjoyed reviewing the flight attendant with you Please plug your work. Let everyone know where we can find you what you have come out. Geez i have a podcast called the lights camera pro podcasts. And i interview entertainment pros about them. Working behind the scenes directors actors producers cinematographers and. That was so much fun for six months. But now i'm actually working on a true crime. Podcast got two out of three episodes. Done i'm going to launch with probably at the end of january. It's called trump crime freaks. So i am going to do that now. I love the true crime documentaries h. b. o. Shows podcasts and so now. I'm doing that also and i still will be doing more reviews like this in interviews for the lights. Camera pro podcast. So that's it. Yeah sean you definitely have to send me when you launcher. True crime podcast. I love true crime. That sounds really bad taste..
"kaley" Discussed on The Lights, Camera, Pro! Podcast
"I mean she has a she too has a very nice Apartment that she's gonna need to pay for she does she's a great character There's so many great characters. But i just want to say one thing. I do think like this is the perfect example this end scene. Where why doesn't she have a gun and oshane just jumped in. Oh the italian guy shot. Is he dead. I think part of. I think of things in a very linear way. I loved the show the sopranos because it seemed like everything in that show could have really happened like they were real events by real people even though it was a story and a cast. It seemed like it was based on something. And and this is like and i think a lot of these shows. It's like the worst thing you can do is make a typical scene where he walks in shoots earned in debt. Like you have to twist you have to turn you have to have unexpected things happen. And i think that's why trying to explain it away myself but i think that's why a lot of these things happened. There's this whole part where maranda kills one of the fbi agents and there's like four five people get killed in a row and it's like what was that. That was completely unnecessary. And there's all these dead people over the city because miranda's looking for cassie in victor kills some people or maybe buckley killed some people. I don't know what happened. But a bunch of people got killed. And but i think they just need to keep you guessing. That's the idea of these shows. Yeah certainly i agree with you there. I really the they kind of glossed over that. Fbi agent getting killed. I do feel that So they glossed over a few things. And i'm hoping that in season two. They kind of polish things a little more because things were a little Wrapped up kind of nicely at the very end of the show where shane says to cassie. Oh while you know the cia might call you just saying you know so. That's letting us know that cassie is going to be working. Perhaps for the cia season to. Yes i do. Remember that which may be. Then that'll tie into the megan thing. 'cause then maybe heard duty and job will be to track down megan. I'm not sure. I think it's very easy for them to just be like okay. If you don't wanna go to jail work with us against the korean government it's very easy to just be like. Okay now you're a spy for us or we're going to put you in jail and she agrees with you know what i mean. Yeah i am interested in seeing all that happen. I will I'll ask you one last thing. Sean of what did you because we kind of glossed over it a little. What did you think a file. The reveal of kassy's dad and how he died kassy's dad and and that whole you know flashbacks with the dad. It just wasn't that bad to me. You know what i mean like. I've just seen so many more horrific stories or read about her seen so many movies that are just so much more horrific in. It's like really. I understand that he was giving a young girl beer and that's awful and he was sort of abusive towards his son and he was a bad guy but he wasn't like a serial killer. Wasn't this horrific person and it just. I realized that she should be a little messed up because of it but not as messed up as she was in my opinion so That she was in the car with her dad when he died and she sorta ran away..
"kaley" Discussed on The Lights, Camera, Pro! Podcast
"And it's gonna be interesting. Because i don't know if you know the sean but it was. The shows actually picked up for a second season. Meant yeah it was meant to be a limited time series in then. I guess because of the success. They gave it a second season. So it'll be interesting if he's still in her head or if we can finally see her thinking freely on her own but yeah that that she said where i think. I'm falling in love with you. Know like he's dead using your head every character in every show every movie right has this arc and they go through a journey and at the end they're different right and that happened to kaley in this show but it happened like in the last episode. It was like she was broken. Broken broken broken broken wind. Listen to anybody else was almost like annoying. And wining in the middle of the show lady. You're going to die stop but but it just all sort of wrapped up too easily in the end. But i am like you. I will watch the second season. I would like to see a season of her. Not being an alcoholic. The alcoholic thing sometimes was almost too much. It was like you know it was just a lot For her to be such a drunk and consistently over several episodes. Yeah and we'll talk about in a moment. But i wanted to ask you a question that john when we did our reviews for the first five episodes at least Where we asked ourselves. Was there any point where you believed in the main character's name is cassie moment. Where you believed. Cassie did kill alex. There was a moment where i believe that the rosie perez character and i forget her name again. Yeah i should have that. Imdb thing up here. But i don't making. I believe that she went into her room. Or no it was it was miranda visit miranda the the spy who is a killer yuccas miranda went into her room and she was looking for stuff and i think she even went in there to kill her but she had just left and she found two passports in a drawer and i was like. Oh kassy's a spy. I was like. Why does she have two passports. Like even if you're a flight attendant you don't have to passports if you have a passport you throw it away. Don't want anybody else to get it and you know manipulate it so it looks like a real passport. So so at one point. I don't know if you remember that happening. I did think oh. She's a spy and maybe she did. Kill alex and this is the twist of the show that she's acting like not a spy that she's just as broken alcoholic woman. Who's in the middle of this murder. But she's actually the person who killed him. So i think that at one point i did think that was a little suspicious and they never really touch back on that and i believe it was because we have the two fbi agents. And i forget their names now I believe the guy's last name was van white or something like that but he says to his partner they talk about how flight attendants are likely to be spies because of all freely it can travel so then saying that. I thought that that was supposed to be laying a foundation and it would have been. I mean we'll about a second. Because i did like the actual twist that they did of who the real killer of alex was but i thought that that would have been really interesting for us as an audience..
"kaley" Discussed on The Lights, Camera, Pro! Podcast
"Come on please. And i wanted to compare you tia in everybody listening out. There wanted to compare it to the show. i'm watching. I hope that. I by myself for both of us could review sunday to show called the outsider in it's just an outsider and i'm kind of like figuring out that i liked dark stuff in this show is very dark right like like The flight attendant is very dark. There's some really dark stuff that happens in here and and it's not for everybody but the outsiders even darker than the supernatural thing comes in and it's like what wo- it just blows your. There wasn't any moment during the show that blew my mind. You know what. I mean like stranger. Things are a few times that blew my mind like there's things that i've watched in the last few years there was like. Oh wow that's real the mandalorian just how do i like the show so much. It's a little green guy and a guy in the helmet you know like why do i like to so much. So that for me was the major thing was that plot device. Where they they go to the room and he's talking to her and he's already dead Really bothered me and then just as a whole the show was so well done in. Kaley cuoco z. Executive producer. But i didn't love it. You know what i mean. It's the same thing with ratchet ratchet. We did a review of the first season. It's an amazing show. So this is amazing. Show in a similar way but ratchet just had too much gratuitous violence and it was way over the top and it was a come on. Do we really need to do this. And for me with this show. It was the scenes where we go and talk to alex. The dead guy had didn't i didn't appreciate those. So what did you feel about it. Because i know you loved side. I loved the series. And i actually watched the big bang theory for quite a while before it was one of those shows that i watched with my parents anytime it came on so when i lived at home i watched it a lot more than when i moved out. I didn't necessarily watch cable. Tv like that. But i was excited to see her in the flight attendant because i wanted her to break away from that stereotype of what she was in the big bang theory and i thought she did a very good job I know from the trailers that she was supposed to be an alcoholic. But i didn't realize the extent of alcoholism i was like howard alive i will i will agree with you. That the The scenes where she speaks to alex got a little too much. I didn't mind at first but there were times where it was just too much..
"kaley" Discussed on The Lights, Camera, Pro! Podcast
"We tried to do Last i believe we did was the halloween The huby halloween with adam sandler. I originally suggested we do bank. And i haven't watched it yet but you apparently said that you could not get through it. I cannot watch. And i had that problem with a bunch of stuff. Like i don't know what's going on but My standards just keep getting higher and higher. Like i did it with wonder woman eighty four. I was kind of excited to see it. And you know a lot of people thought it was great and i was like this is awful. What is going on. And and the joker. I've been waiting to see the joker for a couple years now. I wasn't going to see it in the theater. And i just thought it was an awful movie and i did watch it all the way to the end because i know that Joaquin phoenix got the academy awards. You gotta watch us. I got to watch this. And he was amazing i was like why did they make that movie. Like it was awful. So i'm having a hard time. Make it making it through stuff. I agree with you at the wonder woman. Nine hundred ninety four and then as soon as you said. Joker i can't agree with sean here but i certainly understand where you're coming from without it wasn't for everyone but yeah wonder woman. Nineteen four was a big disappointment. But i'm hoping that the show that we're reviewing today. Which is the flight attendant wasn't a disappointment. That's interesting i know you loved it and I'm sure we're both gonna give our two cents. But i loved elements of it and there's a couple of things that i didn't like and i can tell you now or later But there are a couple of things. I really didn't like about the show. I think we should dive right in. The thing is that i was telling sean before recorded and if you've listened to them great Me and john actually did a couple of review used for previous episodes of the flight attendant..
Ravens Measure Up to Great Apes on Intelligence
"Ravens are known for their exceptional intelligence. In fact there are sometimes referred to as flying primates. We knew they are very smart but nobody ever really tested this using a big and comprehensive test battery which also then really enabled us to say is the Performance similar to those of great apes or not simona. Pika is a cognitive scientist at the university of osnabruck in germany. She and her colleagues wanted to see how ravens would measure up primates across a wide array of tasks so they subjected eight ravens. To something called the primate cognition test battery. It's a series of thirty three different tasks. Designed to assess various aspects of intelligence among primates. For example one test is a game of cups. You may have seen it affair. He put an object under one of three cups. Move the cups around. And then guess which cup. The objects under other tasks tested the ravens ability to determine cause and effect or to understand different quantities. Peanuts were popular test item to keep the birds motivated overall. The researchers found that four month old ravens which you might think of as teenage ravens did just as well on most tasks as adult chimps and orangutans except on tests of spatial skills. Net was a little bit surprising for us but we use attests better. Which was designed to test primate cognition and these tasks which may make sense for human children may be great apes right now. We use this for a species which is very different. They are flying. they have speaks they. Communicate was a beacon. That don't have hands whatever so i would say. Yeah that may be the past. We used to test. The spatial skills could be improved. The results appear in the journal. Scientific reports kaley swift behavioral ecologist. Who studies crows and other corvettes at the university of washington. She says she was impressed by the results. In how comprehensive the tests were but says it can be hard to assess intelligence by comparing across species. I'd like to see a sort of shift in our language from comparing ravens to primates like calling them flying primates to rethinking like how we scale animals and not putting them on such a linear scale. Right we're like wow birds are smart as apes. It's amazing who would have thought it's like well. There's just a bunch of different release meeting all day. Their natural history informs different aspects of their physical and social cognition in like. It's much less linear than the narrative. We often tell. Intelligence she says is much more complex and variable and we think think.
"kaley" Discussed on Watch What Happens Live with Andy Cohen
"Hbo max kaley. I know i already asked you but like is is someone working on a second season might look like story wise. Yes yes right now. Okay very very very very we. Get the call where we're ready. I have to say. I mean coming off of such a major run on big bang. It must be so exciting and gratifying to to lay and in in this. Show that everybody's talking about it. I mean that must be really exciting for you. Thanks into you know it's crazy. I expected a lot more judgement to be honest with you. I've been in this business for three decades and i checked negatively and i expect judgment and i. I've been so flattered by the war. The show seemed. I'm i really have been so. I've been very surprised. And i'm really touched by it. Anderson dame kim richards wants to know if you keep in touch with anyone from your channel one days and be honest to have a crush on that fox rawley valverde all evolve verdict. No i do not have a very nice guy I there was yeah. I didn't really have a least ling in touch with Who she does documentaries foreseen at all right. Go way back. L. d. h. Fab forty said. Kelly is the man of steel really made of steel. I don't know seventy answer. But i don't know right ryan age email kaley since your house fan. What did you. Think of leah mcsweeney. First season on rony loved her lab lab. That makes me happy all right. Well okay well kaley and other housewives question. Julius said since i'm still not over last season of beverly hills i have to ask. Whose side were you on denise or everybody else that was. I really struggled with that because and lisa. I'm denise and then denise. I i honestly don't know i hate to be in the middle but i felt for both people. It was just very far that relationship just it were so close. That was hard to and of course we all are still suffering the loss of jaguey over the past weekend. Very sad. very sad. I i was. I was really sad. But that anderson. I had a anderson shooting a promo for like eighteen hours on saturday so he was processing. The loss with me Anyway well kaley can't wait to see again in person anderson. I will see you on new year's eve..
Google's Amy Adams Harding on why digital newsrooms should 'act like an e-commerce player'
"Welcoming hike aliens great to hear lessons Yeah so maybe. Let's get started by going through some of the publishers that you work with are they mainly like news focus or do they really just kind of run the gamut. We are mainly focused on news. Kaley but as as you might imagine. News has taken on broad connotation as of late so We focus a lot on local news so working with publishers like lee enterprises or village media up in canada. All the way up through You know the great lady new york times. We work with newscorp the some of their publications so really does run the gamut. Yeah and it sounds like it really runs the gamut to with the new of maybe people on staff and like the size of the publications themselves it can be one or two people and it can be hundreds and it really does depend on the type of news publication that they're covering we also work with broadcasters for example and some longer form news content like business insider or some of the magazine publishers. That are more news focused. okay awesome. yeah so I imagine that at the beginning of twenty twenty the concerns that your publishers. That you work with I'm not sure if you call them clients or partners partners. Yeah i imagine that the concerns that some of your partners had at the beginning of the year are probably very different from the ones that Came into the picture and say march or april But can you talk about Maybe what some of those focuses were at the beginning of the year. That might not be as top of mind now in where some of the New focuses began coming into the mix. Yeah i'd say that it's it's not that the the focus of these publishers has shifted one hundred and eighty degrees but it has sharpened so for example One thing that a year ago we were working with many local news. Publishers are in a more nascent. Forum would be there reader revenue program. I mean we redirect revenue. We we all know that the new york times has made a tremendous success out of their subscription business. But this didn't always filter down to your much smaller local news players but ask the pandemic emerged in as we saw a large and quick drop in ad revenue local news. Publishers called us up and said wait a second. Everything that you've been telling us about forming our reader direct monetization strategy. The time is now. We need to lean on our readers to be able to support ourselves through these uncertain times with the pandemic so that i would say that it has sharpened and accelerated that focus for our local news players in particular. Okay yeah that makes a lot of sense and i know for some of the larger publishers. That myself in my teammates have been covering over the past few months A lot of them decided to remove the paywall from virus related content But that ended up being a pretty significant driver of new subscriptions. I would say You know it was kind of interesting balance of lowering the paywall on that content. Got people more familiar with the brand. Made them wanted to like to support the journalism. More Is that the same thing that happened with some of these smaller. Publishers or more local news based publishers. Did they do that same tactic. Or what were some of the strategies that they took on well whether they employed whether they even had a paywall to begin with Or not the top of the funnel was being filled by this increase in demand for news especially around corona virus and we had several large events globally and in this country so it wasn't just corona virus with that was kicked things off in the beginning of twenty twenty and so our news publishers large and small found that they needed to take advantage of this opportunity to create loyalty amongst their casual readers. And that's something that my team actually focuses on quite a bit That idea of user engagement funnel so capitalizing on the opportunity of what These very important and intense news stories introduced in the facts. We we've been working with a publisher in the philippines called wrap ler and they are one of the largest digital only on news publications. They are and they had concurrently both corona virus reporting as well as their local election and might team worked with them to capitalize on. How do you. How do you take these new eyeballs if you wanna think about it that way and introduce them to the importance of your product and drive loyalty because he can drive a user down that user engagement funnel you can Create loyalty loyalty is the largest predictor of reader direct revenue acquisition. So we worked with them and it was highly successful and they were able to create marge increases in both the readership and their revenue because they were on top of their Of the funnel and driving readers down the funnel
Chinese and Korean Esports Player News
"Moving into some china and korean player news with charge making two signings. One kaley from billy billy The joe or notes the hong academy and then choice a one the eps from ellen mystic both getting picked up to round out the charges new eps. Line the little bit. We got to watch of choice so want. Pretty good yeah. I'm digging that for the charge. They just kind of wholesale off let go of a big chunk of their host of their us their roster. You know all of the English speaking players. I believe have been let go so We've got a little bit of news today about the way the going. So it's pretty safe to say that some of these asian Korean teams rob. Not picking up too much any talent because it looks like we're going to be doing the two regions split again so we've got atlanta rain signing pelican from Oh to blast I believe it was one of the ones that stuck out in the matches that we spoke that we watched. I mean both o- had really good dp s line improper and pelican but properous believed to young which is unfortunate. it is what it is pelican. I think a lot of people are agreeing is going to be like a pretty solid Dps pickup for him. Really can kind of play. Everything and hopefully will be utilized better than they utilize or who is also incredibly talented. Gps plant but they only played a minute weird spots. I don't do and completely disappeared there towards the end of the season then another bit of sad news. I think he'd only been out of retirement for like less than a season. And that's visibility. Yeah announced retirement. Maybe one season. I think it was just this contenders month. Basically he played from july sui a the very end of july and then he played about four months from july to november. After taking only only two months. So hit i mean he really does a very quick retirement Unfortunate to see. But i think this could be one of those like okay. Maybe i'll come back like knows right to return the first place now. He's probably out now. Like i think that this is the official okay. I'm i'm out. i'm done good now. Retirement so unfortunate to seize incredibly skilled player but if he didn't have a good performances last couple of months on the last couple of teams. It's not meant to be i guess. And then we've got the spark signing man laghi the leash the no. We'll go with each. I like that Tank coming over from the are yet shanghai dragons academy team team cc and then mc de coming over from element mystic issues like we still don't really know what's going on with former element mystic is. It's weird but i'm digging the m. c. d. pickup for the spark player too bad.
Kaley Cuoco talks filming 'Big Bang Theory' sex scenes with her ex
"Kaley cuoco. She's got this new series. I'm kind of interested in coming to. Hbo max have you guys seen The on previous for the flight attendant. Yeah so she's been giving interviews and in one. She talks about big bang. Theory show runner. Chuck laurie my least favorite content. Creator live she says that She and johnny lucky like coupled up right as they started doing the show so pretty early on and then they broke up about two years later and she said suze broke up chuck. Laurie really increase the sexy stuff between their characters. Penny and leonard and she says she feels like he did it just like get at them just like needle her needle him and get back at them. She says because a legit came out of nowhere like penny and leonard word had this blossoming thing but then all of a sudden hardcore mackinaw in bed. She said It was a little sensitive there for a minute. But she doesn't have any hard feelings towards anybody and that she and johnny are closer than they've ever.
Mindy Kaling secretly gives birth to second child
"Failing announcing that she quietly welcomed her second child a baby boy named Spencer a few weeks ago. She revealed that news during a virtual appearance on the late show with Stephen Colbert off something extraordinary that nobody knows up until this moment. Yes I'm. I'm telling it for the first time. Now feels so strange but I had a I give birth to a baby boy on September third. Don't even knew you were pregnant. I know. It's this is news to a lot of people. It's true. Well, congratulations. That's wonderful. That was one of so. You said baby boy. Did you say baby boy? Navy boy okay. Do we have a name yet? Yes Oh? Yes. He has a name his name is Spencer Guess. The most common part of this fencer Kaley.