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"kathryn hahn" Discussed on In Bed with Nick and Megan
"Know people get panicky panic. It's not always Gonna. You're not gonna be the top of your field when you're twenty three years old. Very few people are in whatever profession and then sometimes a lot are a lot of the time I think people who got too much success too soon kind of flame out when I also think that there's such you know which is what I'm finding it more interesting. The older I get which I also didn't expect this to happen is that I feel like it's like the juiciest most creative time has been since I've been in in my mid-forties like it's very strange. And also what the world has been telling me to expect the opposite of like I am. I am finding I'm rejecting that and it's it's also just becoming because because of them rejecting that is just becoming more and more the truth that it's not like I'm finding that very finding the most inspired chapter of my life. I think it's I think it's because I all a lot of things. I think I wasn't ready to meet these parts when I was in my twenty s. I feel like I wasn't I think I was definitely in my own way. I think I didn't have the confidence for many many so many reasons. I feel like I was almost acting the part of an actor in my twenty s. If that makes sense I think I was trying to be something that I just wasn't instead of just especially out here. I don't know what that means. I just feel like my my fullest self was when I was in theater and so I feel like I could. I took me a long time to get back to that place in this medium and So that's been like a real revelation that is just taking a second to get to Like that feeling like that feeling is the feeling like. I don't have to pretend that this shouldn't be always the feeling like why do I have to save that? Yeah are on ensemble. Yeah Todd baton should always like. That isn't his precious thing that I just have on stage. That should always be the feeling. I think so weird but I'm kind of looking for what you're talking about because I I haven't been able to break out of just playing gigan- a- a- Comedy characters like really over the top comedy characters like I very very very rarely of how the chance to do anything even remotely like a real person who has more of a settled dynamic but I- trying to figure out what my purpose is creatively. Now you know because maybe it's just to stay home and read books and you know not be in the public eye anymore. I don't I don't really know I'm really up in the air about it and I'm totally fine with whatever it turns out to be similar See just like what rises. You're baby exactly. Yeah or not you know. Our were not who knows who knows what will like. What's.
"kathryn hahn" Discussed on In Bed with Nick and Megan
"Just love. I just want the Knicks. Build some pretty crazy props in his day in case the acting thing didn't work out. I I was known as the the unique prop builder way. Did you have other jobs I was a reception. Well I was a receptionist at a hair salon My cousin got me the job when I first moved to New York and that was A very fancy hair salon. It was called Garin New York. I had it was a silent sketch was totally I would. I had my one banana. Risk BANANA REPUBLIC SUIT. That was shining on the shoulders because I had dry cleaned it so many times. Black was he holding when I had there was basically totally shiny because I had had to dry clean it so many times I once walked in and Garin was like honey I looked down and I had drooled toothpaste down my boob. Look like in the morning to realize I was they all the all the guys who worked their God together one Christmas and bought me a Mason Pearson hairbrush. You gotTA brush your hair because I like still even badly had never ever dealt with my hair It was like eighty five dollar blow dries back. Then which was in sanity. This was in ninety five. I mean it's still in sad it was like I couldn't wrap my mind around somebody paying. I just was like what are you and this was like on the weekly. Like women had like standing appointments to blow dry their hair. I'm like I came from Ohio like I was like what the fuck is happening. Pardon my French I had. This was a world that I knew nothing about. And they would get cappuccinos setup from Henri Bendel and people would get their cappuccino set up like to have with their getting their blow dry. I was like what is happening. And there's a MAC counter and there was a guy One of the I remember one of the guys when the ball one of the guys that would help with look when the assistance. We're always trying to find him and he was always inevitably up at the manicure station painting. Toenails vamp JIM member that color vamp s.
"kathryn hahn" Discussed on In Bed with Nick and Megan
"Mean. I don't even know it's so I read. It's so chaotic. I I don't you know in my twenties or whatever when I after I went to to school and I landed in New York it was never. I never wanted to or needed to go one direction or the other it was kind of. I was standing in line for the backstage at astor place. You're the backstage you guys ever dealt deal. You did mega did you are now? Yeah out here. It was like a magazine or a newspaper that you would go to get auditions day. We had a I mean we are headed in Chicago and L. Yeah yeah so I mean it was like I didn't. It wasn't like I really gravitated towards sketch or needed to do like Improv. Anything I always thought I was going to be a theater actor like I never really thought it was going to be Com D. it was I don't know I I love taking a big swing as much as I do. The other stuff so it does kind of feel like it's been a little bit of chaos this career in terms and terms of the the gigs but Really one of the. I think you're one of the best. Actress says out there and one of my favorites. God's damage now. What is that movie? We talked about this when I saw you At that party on Oscar Night. We talked about that first movie that any movie that you did that. Jill solloway directed. Oh afternoon delight. Yeah see we went to a screening of that. You were there actually and we remember. Yeah we loved. You said it much. You guys were both there. It was so good you are really great in it so then you said that You know you didn't know making it you know how it's going to turn out. You weren't really sure but it came out. It was great. That was like a real. I mean I knew that it was special. I knew that it was going to be special just because I never been asked to be the lead. Something for I knew the experienced was gonNA feel different because there's going to be carrying something in a way that I hadn't since school like think when again like back to school like that feeling of having to carry something in those parts that felt like there was a weight to them and then I was asked to do something that I That used parts of me that I hadn't been asked to in this business. I guess That I so I knew that was going to be satisfying in a way. That a lot of the parts that I had been asked to do out here had not been But in the I didn't have any expectation with how it was going to be received or what was going to turn out to be it. It was the first time for a lot of us on that set It was Joel. Solloway directed at in Rhode it and Os Junior temple and Josh Radnor. A lot of people key And was so awesome in it. My he is so good Michaela Awesome Group of people. The Sky. Jimmy Frana was. The DP was incredible and he went on to do all transparently. Just did big little lies this last season. And he's he's an incredible Dp and so yeah. It ended up being like an amazing group of people that he also did. I look Dick but it was like three. It was like a three week shoot. We ended up like they rented a car for me. They couldn't get the can't camera equipment in it so we ended up using a minivan. The ended up just being like this amazing. Just like this. The holiest holiest holiest of experiences. And then just kind of like set a weird new bar for myself that I had never. I just had not had that out here all like I just kind of had. All this theater had this like. Oh like churning feeling of of a pleasure working for like no money until I was thirty something and then came out here and had a new experience which was making money but not really feeling that same feeling and then all of a sudden it was starting to wed together at a time in my life almost forty that I was like. Oh this can happen like this. I had thought that the opposite would happen like I had no idea that that was going to be that that it could be wedded together so that was very happy so surprised. I guess I didn't really know that you were thinking you were going to be a theater actor because that's nick and I both had that same thing I I didn't know that about college To North Western on. Herat onto you know this I guess not. We don't do any research and that's becoming we didn't know this about you I went for two. I'd only went for two years. I didn't because I started doing theater in Chicago so I didn't. I didn't go back. You know I tried to go back my junior year but it was too much so I'm a college dropout but yeah northwestern because your sister Goddamn Stud you just want into right into working. I had nothing. I was just like eternal student I went to northwestern. That's where I'm at Ethan. Actually yeah been together forever forever and ever but I went to northwestern when we moved to New York I was there for a while and then went to Yale but I went to Yale drama school and I was like later. I was like twenty seven when I went And then did theater. But like you know off off off Broadway but then I did like seven years of Williamstown Theatre Festival Which was the dream but like started as a non Ac you know started there in their experimental. And then as a non AC where they kind of like hand you a Makita. And some and some sugar and having chaired downsides at three of the wording and then but I worked with some amazing playwrights and That was the best and then they turned me equity and that of continued that while I was Yale Williams play it was Boeing Boeing which was like A. Oh we saw that. Yeah you were great in that on law year is that An. I'M GONNA go now too long ago to eight. Probably because that's not doing young Frankenstein. I thank you. Oh with a crisp. It's ensure old Evanston and you guys had a show. Maybe on a Sunday night or a Monday. 'cause we were able to see to see you as one of the few or maybe you did your you know. I don't know Russia show with other actors. Yeah God I loved that experience so that was it was. I had Leonard. Our Son was about A not even a year so that made it. I thought it was GONNA be an easier gig than it was but it was They're never h doesn't ever easy was the it was young. Frankenstein was along. Taught was long run too. Yeah Yeah I think I did it for. Oh I don't know I'll take others over a year year and a half or something like that but I only did it. You know we were out of town for a long time. We hosted a New York and then we didn't Seattle for two months. Oh so yeah but and then we did. I think I did on Broadway for like a year and It was fun though I did on. That's the only show did on Broadway. I'd love to go back but How when we describe what at slake doing eight shows a week to people who are in the performing arts like what would you compare it to like being on an assembly line or something? I know you think like people think like. Oh once you're up then it's only a few hours of your day but it's not like it's your whole life. It's your whole life because like it's about three o'clock your engine just turns towards it. And then you can't stop thinking like that your whole heart your whole like basically your solar plexus is just like your inner compasses just like towards the stage like you can't think about anything else like you're just basically there. Yeah hat focus on anything else. And then once you're done you kick it to bed before two in the morning it's great you're you're after the show rapture. Adrenaline is racing toward absolutely You're burning your burning engine. That's not calibrated to put out like an eight hour work day or a ten hour workday. It's calibrated to burn to very hot hours. And so like you say start stoking it if you can't go out and do something. It can't go on a hike in the morning because when you then go to fight rehearsal at six PM you're like. Oh Man. I I really feel that. I burned that energy this morning. That was a mistake. It's easier just to keep going like the to show days or almost easier because what if you have a Sunday matinee. Then you don't have another show till Tuesday night you think. Oh great I have like a almost two whole days off. Well then. You're in a panic on all day. Tuesday thinking oh no I can't I can't do it. I can't get my energy you know. How did I do that just on Sunday? And some people. I mean not very many most people when they're doing a show go out every night after the show and stay up really late sleep really late. I've only known one person Andrea Martin. Who WAS IN YOUNG? Franken's love her. Yeah she's so great and oh she's the only person I've ever known out of all the shows they've done that she would go right home and go to bed. She Be Asleep by like eleven thirty. A how you could possibly do that. I don't even understand it. Get Out. Early voted Jim. Yeah but yeah I don't I I know it's it's a it's a tricky and if it's a musical which Most of the shows John Broadway musicals or most of the not all but more than half of those shows I've done in theater have been musicals. Probably like seventy percent and so then there's that whole other added component of like you know God. Is it still there? Can I sing? Am I warmed up like at getting? God forbid you're getting a cold or something because you can work through a called and a play but if it's a musical that there's a chance you might have to miss shows I would love to see you do a musical. That's Nice I. There's nothing like it. I can't imagine I wanna see it so I won't do any plans in the future live show with God dammit my brain when you did it down full yes knowing the woman. The woman is her name. No Nancy and Beth ban. Yeah Yes oh and that was still blocking extraordinary. Two of guys it Largo. Yeah I think that infamous night when we invited a lot of people to come in they actually came and it was like our worst show ever had a not describe justify any avast irony. Well that's I beg to differ on that but that's very nice well. Yeah here's this original musical that it's called. Hooray for ice boy that There is just a workshop of it that I did and nick was actually in it too. We just stood. It is like the last thing we did before. We all got quarantined. And it's something I really want to do. It's a really crazy weird funny it's Some of the people who wrote that show urine town which was a great Broadway show really kind of. Meta is by those people and some people who worked on spelling bee which is another great Broadway. Show so that's something that I really really want to do. And it's a great part and the thing that I've never gotten a do is a really really great part. I've gotten to do good parts but not great parts though it really ought to show everything fingers crossed me to get stuff done I know trying to get it get tomato. You can live stream now to like a lot of the Bra I mean. I'm sure you know this but I guess like Lincoln said like there's a lot of And the mets..
"kathryn hahn" Discussed on In Bed with Nick and Megan
"Likes. It was a nineteen ninety three lawyer show and I remember. We actually shot like there was like a dedicated day or a half day like they're stuck shot. That's right with the only one. You're in your courtroom. What happened to? I don't know what he's GonNa be out there somewhere. Yeah I don't know it was like a dedicated or just at least a half. There's like a dedicated trail Saturday. Yeah yeah it was still a kick remember. We're the millers was a good movie. That was a fun movie. I remember you had affect your fake boobs that were like giant droopy Midwestern boobs and yeah being they were being bags. Yes wearing birdseed boobs. I just want to ask exactly. And then I had a fanny pack and my Step up sketch. Like one of the shoes are also like helped you exercise at the same time like over those tennis shoes. I bet you got in really good shape from wearing those. Oh that was actually a ball. I mean that was I mean Nick. That was so fun to work with you. That was that was a and I couldn't believe how well it that movie turned out like. Sometimes you have no idea but it really landed Yeah Yeah it was a special shoutout must be voiced to Jennifer Aniston's pole dance in that movie because Oh was mind. Blowing notable oculus woman is from another planet. She's so nice. She said she could actress. She's so funny and then I mean what are the kindest like most decent human beings. Yeah no she's a miracle Yeah for part So and then of course for those listening you now catherine from Mrs Fletcher and transparent transparent and fireworks. Yeah I love Dick. Best Tunnel of any show ever with Sufa based on honey. But let's get back to her. Wow Okay I just can't stop talking about it guys. I really love it. She joins US Dick guys. Look I just WANNA say. Take a brief intermission so many great things and I love that you are so incredibly funny. But you've also been able to. You know crossover into things. That are more dramatic or at least have a balance of you know. Comedic and dramatic elements You can sort of play a real person not just be you know a big character all the time Let's so nice. It's not anything I.
"kathryn hahn" Discussed on In Bed with Nick and Megan
"Dell's own bad. Anne how I feed US party. How medicinal bed right now for this. That's so good. That's the spirit. I mean commitment. Yeah normally you would be here with us in our bed. I'm you know we'll have another opportunity to that some day One yes exactly But yes so welcome to another installment of beloved number one podcast in bed with Nick and Megan number one in the ratings of my mind. We're number one in our category in our category of the that we do number my category for sure in my mind is well. Yes Oh that. Those Dulcet. Tones belong to Kathryn. Hahn Beautiful Amazing Funny. Incredible actress and writer and Yeah so let's see. How do we know each other? I feel like you and I had met like here. And there is at some something and then you and nick did a movie together. Yeah I mean I had been kind of. I think I think I had done. A crossing does show called crossing Jordan. Which was a procedural on NBC? Doing will and grace. And so I always seen you at kind of events and just had I mean worshiped worship worship to you from a far island so as like the scrappy procedural behind at the like cheesy a events I had seen you in a scene with was Paul. Rudd where you guys like violently French each other in only no no the thing that We're not it's it's Adam. Scott. It's an brother. No stepbrothers where you and you and John C Reilly in the bathroom my God i. We just showed my kids that movie and I realized I had to. I had to fast forward every day and I was in that I was not. I had to race myself completely from when you did that. Kiss at really I was like who is that and I I. I like wrote your name down and was like okay. We're going to be friends and then I did not exactly that I read like we really got to know each other. Well we nick you and I were doing. Where the Miller's store and I we are shooting Santa Fe right and so then and I went to visit and then you and I went to dinner a couple of times at the most beautiful place because yeah bright. We didn't have for some reason. Like I had a lot of off time in Santa Fe so we got to spend some time together. You and I'm Megan. And then I had already spent some time with you. Nick on harks right which was a dream and also philly justice the. Oh that's not forgot imaginary lawyer procedural born of Parks which also can I tell you that? They're remember t shirts made of that show at my daughter now. That's your sleep. Scher own. So you know I love. They went out of their way to pick a title for that fictitious show. That was so exactly. It could actually be a real. I mean instead of making it. Something little crazier when they went full. How do we just really really justice? Wouldn't be denied between you an Rasheeda. An Adam Scott and rob blow and Paul Rudd. I mean it was the dreamcast.
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"kathryn hahn" Discussed on Bullseye with Jesse Thorn
"A show barn feeling for some reason you just just the stakes go away from it and just say you feel like you're completely without fear. I Dunno if that makes sense at all like you just feel like it's such a creative safety net. You don't feel like someone with the Stop. WATCH FREAKING OUT WRINGING THEIR HANDS together. Panicking that we're not getting something like you. Don't ever start a scene thinking. Oh I'm GONNA gotta get it wrong ever like you. Just you just start and you find it. We'll wrap up with Kathryn Hahn after a short break stay with us. It's Bullseye for maximum fun dot Org and NPR support for this podcast and the following message come from Sierra Nevada brewing company in one thousand nine hundred with a few thousand dollars dollars and US dairy equipment. Ken Grossman founded. Sierra Nevada brewing company Kenge award-winning ails propelled him from home brewer. To craft brewer today Ken and and his family still own. One hundred percent of the company one of the most successful independent craft breweries in America more at Sierra Nevada dot com and this week and asked me another we challenge singer polical to a game about birds but not before she quizzes US morning. Yes this is more on. NPR's asked me and other listen. Listen now. Hey it's Jesse. The year is drawing to a close and remember that now is the perfect time to give to your local. NPR member station. You can can make a difference in your community key public radio going by giving at donate dot. NPR Dot Org Slash Bullseye again. That's donate dot. NPR Dot Org Slash Bullseye and thanks dead pilots society brings you exclusive readings of comedy pilots. That were never made need featuring actors like patent Oswald so the vampire from the future sleep in the dude studio during the day and they aren't mantras at night. It's blade meets the ODD Cup. nope Adam Scott and Jane Levy Corey. She's too serious to business. See she doesn't know the Hokey pokey she'll learn. Learn what it's all about busy Phillips Dave Baby. This is family my uncle tail. who showed his Weiner Cinderella Israel at Disneyland is family? Do you want him staying with us. He did stay with us for three months delights new pilot every the only on dead pilots society for maximum. Fun It's bull's eye. I'm Jesse Thorn. My guest is Kathryn. Hahn the actor and comedian. She's been on crossing Jordan parks and recreation transparent. She also has her own show on. Hbo these days called Mrs Fletcher when we talked in two thousand seventeen. She just wrapped a mini series for Amazon called. I love of Dick Dick. By the way a character played by Kevin Bacon. I want to play another clip from I love Dick and This is also from the pilot episode and Chris My Guess Catherine Hans Character is having dinner with her husband and with Dick and they've just gotten it to the restaurant he was already sitting there and Dick is As we listen to about to pull out a chair for Chris and Chris is Not Unlike me right now distinctly inarticulate founded yes and long lasting the only one. Wow see this is a real a real gentleman you there yank this out. Make me all my my tasting menu tonight. Hope you're okay with rabbit. Big Game hitter never scenery game game in my life. I'm not alright. Okay now big big big big big game a big little game eater. I Love Cornish fans. That is pretty much as big as the as big as the comedy gets in the show. Now are you aware of deleting your comic tone and comic instincts. You've done so much. Great Work doing big comedy and You've you've also done a lot of work as a serious dramatic actress in this really. This is a really on the edge of those things. Yeah it's a different gas gas on the pedal for sure. I'm I'm about to go start bad MOMS to and that's obviously going to be a different amount of gas But yeah so it this also just felt because the stakes were so I don't know it didn't sometimes. Yes you know when something's funny and sometimes you don't and I or you're not aware until afterwards of how it is perceived like how it was caught. I guess by the camera and so that happened a lot in this in this series for me that I I sometimes feel like. I'm pretty in control of laughs but in this one it was like oh like I didn't really I was out of control of some of the laughs in a good way. Thank but did you think you're funny when you started acting I knew as a class clown for sure I think it was like I grew up in a house full of boys and I think that that was like you know it was far joke city. USA that was just how we talk to each other. But I think I went to school not thinking I was going to be. I mean you know. I didn't do sketch I didn't do Improv. Or anything like that. I thought it was always the class clown. I guess but I didn't go into it wanting to be a comedian. Did you have any of that. Same reaction working on this. That people sometimes describe or reading the book that people sometimes describe having when they read. I Look Dick for sure. I had never I had never heard of. I Love Dick before Jill had suggested it and I couldn't believe I hadn't heard about it before I was couldn't put it down. I just yeah I think Jill has described it this way and I feel really similar like you. Just put it down on your like. I just feel inspired. You just WanNa make something you just really WanNa make something. And that's an exciting They I just felt really bombastic. It felt like it. Just would I love. It just felt so punk in the way that it was like. Here's this woman. That is unapologetic unapologetic. She is without shame. She so contradictory she so maddening. Like you really want like read the book through like you know your fingers At certain points at so cringe which is kind of how I love my comedy anyway in so bombastic and so loud and so vulnerable double. Then there's a power in how like raw it is and how vulnerable it is that that there is It's impossible not to feel kind of galvanized by it. It's also just fuel some radical that the the book I'm talking about like it just feels somewhat radical that it was out of this like really embarassing. Set of circumstances lake. Take the failure of her film and you know kind of being the wife of a Holocaust scholar like being financially dependent. Just like not not like just through these horrible embarrassing embers of this horrible failure that she is able to give use that as an as her like source of inspiration and it's like you know she's not pretending to she doesn't not own it. It also feels really good and there's a lot I think is a really human thing is like you know fairly that it's through that like horrible abject failure that it's that you find sometimes the there's embers burning in that that you have to have it. Are You yourself a shameless shameful person. Oh I'm recovering Alex. I'm I sure shameful of what are you shameful. I'm just one of those peeps that at the end of the night. I'm like Oh God odd did I you know I used to be. I used to be much more concerned with how it was perceived Steve or or you know what I mean like just as I become older. I've just certainly an become a mother and I've certainly got you know a big case of the screw. It's that's for sure it just less important like your. You know what becomes more important because I..
"kathryn hahn" Discussed on Bullseye with Jesse Thorn
"Kathryn. Hahn is an actress. She's been in comedy films like step brothers and the anchorman movies many more on TV she starred in the NBC series crossing Jordan. She also was on parks and REC. She played Jennifer Barkley the political consultant. Lately she's taken on more dramatic parts. She had a great role on transparent. Jill Solloway away series on Amazon. Last year she starred opposite Paul Giamatti in private life quiet existential film about relationships Middle Age and infertility. And now she's starring in her own series Mrs Fletcher debuted on. HBO A couple months ago Katherine Stars as the title character. A middle aged divorce say who life changes dramatically after. Her only son starts college as a freshman. It's sad touching sometimes very funny story about Sexuality Parenthood and Midlife crises. When we talked in two thousand seventeen she just start in? I Love Dick a TV show. Based on the Chris Klaus Book of the same name Katherine author in Plays Chris a New Yorker who moves to Marfa Texas with her husband played by Griffin Dunne. There she meets Dick Played by Kevin Bacon. Dick is an artist best. He runs an institute in town. He's also condescending and withholding nevertheless Catherine's character becomes infatuated with him and starts writing him letters. Here's a clip from the new series in this scene from the first episode the to have just met for the first time at an art reception. Hi I'm Chris Kraus. Alot Criss Cross did write me a lot about you and you just go by Dick because he usually someone would you know. One is born a Richard. They were rich. Rick Itchy Ricky. So many interesting. Is it possible that I saw you on a horse yesterday to sign him. How how big you want to know? How big ranch? No more polite to ask a ranch or the size of his acreage risk to ask a lady her age. One quick heads up about what you're about to hear a Jill Solloway television writer now uses they them pronouns and when we record this interview They were still using she her pronouns. So If you hear Katherine using them. That's why Kathryn Hahn welcome to Bullseye. It's great to have you on the show. Thanks for having me. I have been interviewing people for a long time. And I've interviewed many many writers and filmmakers and entertainment and the thing that I most am terrified of hearing. Is this thing that you hear all too often which is far as I'm concerned which is like at the end of the day. I'm just a storyteller and I feel like when you when I have read or heard an interview with Jill Solloway the creator of I love Dick. What you hear instead is like no I am not just a storyteller? Here is the ideological framework of my entire. The ethos that drives lives this entire operation and that is amazing to me and a totally refreshing joy. Yes however I wonder what it's like for you as an actor who has this much narrower and more specific job of portraying a character yes. That's it is an awesome question because it definitely did come up. I knew going into it that I'd never heard of the book before that it's based on the. I Love Dick by Chris Kraus but obviously there is a lot of you know it's it's lauded as a feminist cult classic. It's inspired like a so many women it's it It's an incredible credible book itself So I and I also knew that she wanted to explore the female gaze. who gets to talk? And why which is a quote from the book The there was a lot of of big politicizing around this. So you're right as an actor my job. Like as criss cross it said when she was writing the when she was putting when she was writing the letters to the actual Dick when she back. When this was written you know she calls it auto fiction back when she was writing these actual letters to this actual man named Dick? She wasn't thinking of it as a feminist book. You know what I mean. She just had an urge to put to put her thoughts depend depend exactly paper and so in the same way for this. I had to really like just fair it into this kind of myopic tunnel that was you know that was you know it felt like this pinprick light at the very end of it was Dick This this you know cowboy image played by Kevin Bacon and in our show. Oh so yeah. That was the only if I stepped outside of it. There was too much of a nudge nudge wink wink. Also I didn't want there to be. I don't think any of US wanted there to be any kind of halo around this about around this character. that I just you know the thing that attracted me most of the materials that it was just she was so without apologies so without shame so troublesome totally contradictory and maddening. You know Holy so messy all delicious stuff as an actor something from to chew on and so I. I just didn't want to you know. I don't think any of US wanted to like put her in any any sort of pedestal. In any way because it would have detracted from like the guts of it for sure. Have you ever had Any kind of corollary experience or or any experience variance that you drew on when you were thinking about preparing for this to Your character on this shows interest in in slash obsession with sort of odd specific obsession with Dick like. Have you ever been that into somebody. Yeah well you know it's interesting. I mean you start Rebecca very beginning and you think oh I wrote a diary you know what I mean like. What was that need to have an addressee to put all of my most intimate thoughts you know what I mean? WHO's diary? I would certainly say I had a big old crush on Jesus when I was in Catholic school. I'M NOT GONNA lie to you. And that we that we put that into the show now but he was like yeah. There's some sex Jesus in the show. Was He definitely was food for thought for my I was in love. I mean I've had you know it's so intense four little bride outfit. I got you know for my first communion. No got married So yeah that was a big one for me growing up for sure And Yeah it is. It's just an interesting. You know it is you just there is something about. I don't like that looking For resp- just respect not only just respect respect but you know to feel attractive to feel look tat and get that kind of approval from in my case as assists you know white straight woman from from you know yeah whatever whatever Dick Means and quotes around it then yeah of course. Of course many times I feel like I've read Jill Solloway talking about the reaction that she had made people she knew had to Reading the book. which was I wanna go out and make things and I WANNA go Out and Do Adult activities and I don't know when you say adult activities. I I imagine shopping like why tax return. That's exactly you know I'm I'm talking about amorous romantic 'em so I think that one of the things that Jill's always work his often focused on is Reversing the male gaze in part of that is about Or asserting the female as part of that is about the simple fact that you you know. Women are taught to experience sexuality culturally as their own sexuality is something that is almost received right and so that your character Chris is able to Just assert her like have have sexuality that is about her choice and her go looking. Outward is a big deal and that is deeply tied in with the idea of the assertion that one is an artist and not just the subject of art. Yeah she wants to she. She is demanding two. Yeah she's to drive her own narrative also and she's a complicated character which I love about it too. Is that again talking about the halo like she's dismissive of other women's work like she's petty. She's really jealous shoes. I mean she's she's a total complicated awesome mess. And that's also what I love about. Jill's work what I've always loved about is that she has an ability to step outside and and just kind of a little bit make fun of pretense or any kind of if if preciousness starts to like sink in at all she has has a way of defusing it which is always like I really appreciate because this is pretty pretty heady stuff I wanNA talk to you for a minute about. What a special about your relationship with Jill Solloway because You know besides the fact that she gave you the lead in a movie and Afternoon Delight An obviously values what you do well. What is different about the actual process of being on Jill? Solloway sat whether it's television or movies from being on the set of you know and NBC Sitcom or a a a broad comedy movie or any of the other many things that you've done well. I've certainly had many fulfilling creative experiences as as as an actor but there is something about this world because this is now my third Rodeo with her for the most part it's the same the core crew since afternoon delight. Same DP This this man Jimmy Frana who's believable. He's he's like family at this point and you know he's so instrumental to the making of the thing. I can't even describe it. And for the most part the same editors editors kind of work on all of them and so they know exactly what they're looking for and what kind of mine. It's different because there isn't There isn't a division of like cast Austin crew. I can't describe it like usually you'll start something in a normal sutton you'll rehearse it crew will come in and throw down marks and then they'll give it to the crew to light and then give back to the cast so that there's this weird kind of like energy shifts between the cast and crew as the day goes on and this kind of everyone starts on the same like the same kind of democratic playing field it just feels like the great equalizer everyone you start the day feeling like you've set an intention of what we're all GonNa make together. It's the same like I come from the theater. And so it just feels like saint commonsense like like you know the circus feeling like we. Couldn't you know if we weren't there for the guys setting up the tent. We would you know you couldn't do it. The show. We all know that we're in it together and that kind of like putting on.
"kathryn hahn" Discussed on Fresh Air
"One very ambitious from the beginning big brother was kind of this cool you know freaky you know hanging out improvisational band but they were not it was all about feel with them they were not these precise musicians that hi to play every part perfectly every time Janice on the other hand she had that perfectionists mindset when it came to her music she wanted to be the best singer she wanted to be perfect she was the first one in the recording studio and the last one to leave she worked really hard to be as good as she possibly could Dan she was also a restless soul when it came to her music she didn't WanNa stay with just one style when sound of music and also be outing the way she was the Banshee Wail that she developed with Big Brother and the holding company that really was not sustainable that was going to record voice so she wanted to sing with more nuance and and she liked jazz she likes Broadway show tunes You know she wanted to try lots of soul music sick or NB there are a lot of things that she wanted to do that she was worried that big brother and the holding company either couldn't or wouldn't want to do so it be came just a matter of time before she finally did leave the band so she gets a new band the cosmic Blues Ben and so during the period when she's recording with the cosmic blues band and she separated from the ban that she knew so well that she was so close to be brother and the holding company what's happening in her personal life when she was out on the road constantly backed up by what became known as cosmic Blues Band Jan US started turning to heroin as a way to just kind of numb herself from all the pressures and the fear of what was like being a solo artist at that point time in her career again she was still very much a focal point of media articles about her all the time mm-hmm and she had developed this whole you know hard-drinking blues mom image that she had so this was a secret vice of hers that she picked stop unfortunately it was heroin was pretty prevalent. no-one really realized the time and so she gradually got addicted to heroin eighteen sixty nine and she kick heroin before going back to it she tried to kick heroin a few times she finally did almost for good in nineteen seventy right about the time she had put together a new band which became called 'til Boogie band and she she she got off heroin for awhile actually by going to Brazil for Carnival and I mean it's so hard to it was a massive rock star she was hitchhiking around in Brazil for awhile totally cleaned up really love the feeling of being clean and back to her old self again sadly she relapsed when she got back to California and then finally she quit in the spring of nineteen seventy and she stayed off of it for about four five months until tragically she relapsed again while recording Pearl in Los Angeles got a very strong dose very pure like what's happened horribly in recent times with fennel and things like that it was much more pure than she had ever used before and sh- her tolerance was down she was ourself overdosed died October fourth nineteen seventy how does Janis Joplin's music sound different to you now what's really struck me as I dove into genesis music was all the different styles and different announced that she could make her voice I guess I just thought she just kind of started singing chooses full-blown singer and it just came out that way but what I've realized working on the book and doing all the research and listening to tons of music is how she worked with her voice how she would purposefully evolve and change your style and how she could sound so different depending on what the songs were what was and you know also just tax nucle- what she could do just you know things like being able to hit like three notes at once you know just her technical prowess I've learned about and it just didn't wasn't just a natural talent that she had she worked really hard to become that good of a singer but you know it sounds like a journalist asked her about it was like well it's all about feeling it was way more than that for her she really tried to hide that side of hers she didn't want people to know how hard she worked just like she tried to hide the fact that she was a total bookworm and read books all the time I mean when I read the letters that she wrote to her parents that's learned so much about the Real Janice that we didn't know about from just her persona on the image that she created she would write her parents with these rip shins of what it's like you know over dubbing or double tracking her vocals or what the mixing process was like she was getting all technical on all that kind of stuff she was fascinated by the recording process she loved it and then again I realized that she was a real scholar of music she worked hard to find records to analyze the records and that was a big surprise for me to learn how much work she put into it and how long she spent working on this to become the singer that she was Holly George Warren thank you so much for talking with us while this has been so much fun thank you Terry a highly George Warren's new biography of Janice Joplin is called Janice her life and music.
"kathryn hahn" Discussed on Fresh Air
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"kathryn hahn" Discussed on Fresh Air
"Holly George Warren Welcome back to fresh air thanks so much for having on me again so why do you why do you and so many others consider Janice Joplin the first woman Rockstar and I presume say Rockstar we're eliminating like rock and roll where we're eliminating girl groups we're talking about like rock rock yes Janice Joplin broke down a lot of barriers come the woman that she was in the nineteen sixties when at that point in time there weren't too many women taking center stage not only onstage in the recording studio but even as as far as a point of media attention and Janice created this incredible image that went along with her amazing vocal ability her talent and also her live performance which was very very different than most of the women that can before for people who I've seen her live or on film or video how is her live performance different what made Janice really different is alive perform summer is that she connected with her audiences by tapping into her deepest feelings and there was this authenticity that came across it wasn't just standing up there singing she was basically emptying out her gods through that amazing voice of hers and touching her audience members like they had never been touched before I've talked to people who saw her back in nineteen sixty six sixty seven and they talk about it does if it was yesterday especially women I think because she was able to express deep down emotions shamed appointments hurts that I think a lot of women in her audience couldn't express themselves and Janice was not only just singing to them she singing for them and I think that kind of deep connection was very very unique that time she was very sexual onstage but as an in the way that you would imagine she wasn't wearing like sexy clothes she wasn't like revealing a lot of her body like onstage so what was it about her that had so much sexual energy in her performances. You can look to two major influences that Janet has had that I think affected her sexuality and the way she expressed it on stage one was of course the Great Bessie Smith whose lyrics China's new by heart she started out singing bessie Smith songs way before we ever saw her these images of her with big brother and the holding company she started performing I see Smith songs in around nineteen sixty three and those kind of lyrics of sexuality of sexual longing sexual betrayal those vary much informed Janice his own songwriting and the songs that she chose to sing the other major influence was Otis redding she was a he huge Otis Fan until the day she died and she got to see him perform live three nights in a row at the fillmore back in nineteen sixty six and it transformed her because he was a very sexual performer and he was able to emit this heat on stage that Janice herself I was able to do through her own Way of manifesting these feelings that she had while seen this these songs and yeah I mean Janice herself she compared singing onstage to having an orgasm she blew some journalist minds when she used that expression that she it was a very sexual experience for her and the world of rock in the late sixties was very much a a male dominated world in the studio and in the Music World do you think that she faced a lot of sexism when she was was a performer in spite of on her way to stardom or or after she reached it Janice was one of the boys she considered herself the boys and she kind of was outside that gender role playing at the time that was pretty much dominant in our culture but it once she was a public figure the press would of course be amazed by her vocals and critics would be talking about what a great singer she was but they were often seagoing out her body parts and talking about her physical appearance in a way that of course you know male singers rock singers were really not getting that kind of attention from the press also she really had to bus down barriers was to be able to have control to do what she wanted to do because she loved being in Big Brother and the Holding Company for example the band with whom she catapults did to fame but she was such a restless of spirit as far as a musician goes she wanted to keep it exploring different sounds different kinds of music and when she did that it was really awful in that the boys club of music critics just Kinda raked over the coals for dropping her band and going on own and they tried to say she was selling out and going Showbiz and I don't think other artists like Eric Clapton who left and plenty of bands too by different sounds I don't think they got that kind of personal attack that Janna Scott one of Joplin's most famous recordings is boil and rain and that was a cover of a song that was written by originally recorded by big Mama Thornton so what's the array behind how Janice Joplin I heard that song or how someone in her band I hear that song and how she decided to record it it is so poetic that Janice breakthrough song would be written by Big Mama Thornton Ball and chain because as a teenager of course who like many who saw elvis us on Ed Sullivan Show Janice loved Elvis loved hound dog but then she went to the length and we don't even know how she did it but somehow she found big Mama original version on of Duke records out of nearby Houston Texas of Hound dog which was very different from Elvis's it was it had a lot got more Heat to it and you know fast forward what ten years later nine hundred sixty six so janice was with big brother and the holding company any big Mama Lo and behold was living in the bay area performing at a Little Club so Janice and her bandmates went down to see her perform and she does this Penn Song Ball and chain they were blown away Janice started writing down the lyrics to the song on a piece of paper they're sitting in the club they went backstage age got to meet Big Mama and literally ask for permission for them to start covering the song and she said sure as long as you don't mess it up now and They did dave gets the drummer used to say they big brother is the song so I thought it would be interesting to hear the big authority recording and the Janice Joplin recording back to back so we can hear something of you know what influence Janice Joplin and how she made it her own so he there's Big Mama Thornton followed by Janice Joplin and both of these recordings were made in nineteen sixty eight.
"kathryn hahn" Discussed on Fresh Air
"Support for this podcast and the following message come from NPR sponsor and Y J women's jeans that come in sixty six sizes from double zero to twenty eight not too plus n short too tall visit ny dot com slash NPR and get fifty dollars off your first purchase of fifty dollars or more from whyy Ns Joplin we talked with Holler George Warren Who's written a new biography of Joplin Japan was an icon of sixties counterculture a Rockstar when rock was aboard this club George Warren says Joplin liked to give the impression that her music was just emotion pouring out of her but she worked hard at her singing for years before becoming famous she really tried to hide that side of her just like she tried to hide the fact that she was a total bookworm and she wanted people to think she was just this vessel also talk with Kathryn Hahn who's known for her roles and transparent parks and recreation and bad mom's now she starring in the new. Hbo as Mrs Fletcher and Justin Chang reviews the new film the Lighthouse starring Robert Pattinson and Willem Defoe the following message comes from our sponsor Cast David Cohen Comcast Senior Executive Vice President helped launch their Internet essentials program and believes in the power of bringing the Internet to people without access an eight years we have been able to connect more than eight million low income Americans to the Internet and begun to make a difference enclosing the digital divide and getting people trained and comfortable with the Internet to learn more go to comcast corporation dot com slash Internet essentials. my guest is the author of a new biography of Janice Joplin called Janice her life and Music Holly George Warren writes quote Joplin's coffee Fidel musicianship brash sexuality and natural exuberance locked together to produce America's first female Rockstar Janice never compromised her vision and she wasn't afraid to cross boundaries musical cultural and sexual as we look back at pivotal moments in nineteen sixties rock history she is usually they're the Monterey pop festival the vibrant Haight Ashbury scene in San Francisco the streets the clubs studios of Gritty New York City Woodstock doc unquote Joplin's brief life was ended by a heroin overdose in nineteen seventy when she was only twenty seven her final Album Pearl was released posthumously how George Warren is also the author of the road to Woodstock and biographies of Alex Chilton and Gene Autry. She's on the nominating Maria the rock and Roll Hall of fame and teaches at the State University of New York at New Paltz let's start with a track that was Joplin's commercial breakthrough with her Band Big Brother a holding company this piece of my heart recorded in nineteen sixty eight.
"kathryn hahn" Discussed on It's Been a Minute with Sam Sanders
"But and this puts it out there like the very when I found I opening about the movie and the way that your character pulse. Character go about the hard business of trying to have a kid. It's like can make a decision and say, well, this is what we're gonna do it the second guess it. This is we're gonna do it this way things can get it. I think on the outside looking in assuming well, my friends who are trying to have babies they've decided on this route, and they go down this path. But in actuality, there's turns all along the way all along the way, we kept calling it the baby carrot that would be dangled. Like there was this line in the sand. Like, I'll go up to like, we'll do up to this point. But this is where I draw the line further. And then you go further because there's so many other options, then you and that who how do you tell somebody to stop like, how do you tell somebody? If if it's just takes one more, Ed or just one more round of via for one more. It's why would you not do it? Why would you not do? I mean financially. But like it is it's an impossible roller coaster to get off. And I I I think that's why Paul at some point during it said to me this set to both tomorrow. And I like this is waiting for Godot. And we're like totally baby. Yeah. Because it really does feel so. Substantial like, it's just this constant like loop that they're on that. They've even forgotten what they want like what the end game is really about the baby any more. Now is not even about the baby. Yeah. Like they forgot who they were before this baby project. They're just existing because if they stop and examine like actual grief and actually where they are in their life. There aren't where they thought they were going to be when they're in their twenties dreams, you know, they're in the same apartment. They thought they were going to have these careers. They all those things that we like are running lights like all doing like running away from what we thought we were going to be and and think that maybe here. Yeah. Of actually confronting it and thinking like Oof. Looking down the barrel of that final chapter. And like, okay. Who are we now who am I now what do I want? They think it's this baby. But I don't know. All right time for a break when we come back Kathryn Hahn on me too. And the struggle to.
"kathryn hahn" Discussed on The Q&A with Jeff Goldsmith
"And I was like this is just like a clump hugging people. And that's not what this what is this. Why is and I'm like, of course, they would do that they'd hug her. And then I was like, no it's too. It was just saccharin. And I was it was killing me. And then we did it again. And it was about withholding and about their shame and not having. I realized something about actors that actors are so much more emotionally fluent than normal people. This is like something I think about like actors are fluent emotionally where they would go. Oh, my but humans are often like constipated. No. You know, what I mean human beings? Non characters are not actors actors are taught to to have fluidity with their emotions. Human beings are not capable of emoting a lot. They they're not good at crying actors are great at crying. They can go there. But. Humans. But I mean humans to because actors develop a skill that is very I hear this strange thing. But then a regular person. I mean, then you're in your real life. Then you're you're real life. Whatever happens when you're just a regular human versus in. Yes. But when but at but characters I mean, humans that are not actor or characters regular people are not emotionally fluent in the way that actors are. So sometimes you're like, actually, maybe that person's feeling that way. But they're not able capable of expressing it. So there. Death said that's what it was. I was like I was after that. But I didn't know at the time because their reaction made so much sense. Of course. Oh my God. She's crying, and she was like she did this thing, of course, they'd hug her. And I was like Wyoming hating this. Why my hating that? These people are being nice to this person. And it was because it was not showing there. Inability to express themselves and their shame. And and being stuck before that hug that kind of an suspending that feeling was more. What was interesting about the scene than them? It's too easy for them to hug her. There's too much. There's too much. Shame about that. What they put her through. And that they're they're taking inventory of what they did to her. So they're not just like, oh my God. We love you. We're so sorry. It was more like oh shit. They're taking inventory of like a hospital because of them. Yeah. Of course. And they can't get them. It's like it's they can't let themselves off so easily by just and they realize that and that's what the scene was really about. But I didn't know at the time grid. Excellent. Look I loved private life at Sundance. It was great seeing it with the crowd tonight. And now everybody could say different Sundance. I wanted to talk about that. Because I noticed that was different. But it's eight minutes shorter. I noticed that are you gonna ever release those scenes because I know we're out of time. But. Online and a clipper ill or something. I don't know. I don't know. Does Netflix do that? You're allowed to have like a bonuses. Like we used to have in DVD's could do that. Yeah. I don't know. I mean, I don't know if it's like the David Lynch approached mystery. I liked her cuts. I looked Sunday. It's yeah. It was more with the guy from the pickle. Yes. There's more him nonetheless. You guys have been very generous with your time. I can't wait to see what you do next. Congrats on private life. Give it up again for tamra. Katherine. Thanks for sticking it out. And that's how the QNA went down special. Thanks again to actor Kathryn Hahn and writer director Tammy Jenkins for coming down and chatting about their latest film, which you could watch right now on Netflix, by the way, and I hope you do private life..
"kathryn hahn" Discussed on Ellen on the Go
"Hi, it's Ellen Degeneres. Welcome to my podcast. We're gonna listen to some of the best moments from the show, and it's going to be hosted by four executive producers that I love happy listening on today's episode of Ellen on the go Ellie Kemper. Thanks Ellen for helping her breastfeed. Chelsea handler opens up about dating men with braces. Kathryn Hahn celebrates Halloween early with a frightening surprise from Ellen and cure nightly discusses her three year olds. Career goals. I'm Andy last ner host of l. and on the go. I'm co host Kevin Leman, and today's guests Mary, and or here. I'm Mary Connolly. I'm today's guests at glove. Well, it's been a fun week here at the show as it are poor little darling through her back out. I know Ellen back thing. Yeah. He has a very, it's, it's been a recurring thing with her. That back. It's been a long time. No, see, yes, years and years. She said she really through a back, she tripped on a step on the set. Yeah, fell and hurt her back. Yeah. And then over the weekend, tried to turn on a hose and heard it again and the most upsetting part of all of it for me was that we didn't have a camera when she fell. I know because then when she talked about it, we could have all had a little laugh with that doesn't stop Kevin from still showing clip of her hurting herself. Yes, he didn't because he then showed a clip, what was that a clip from? I don't even know what that was from, but it was, you know, she. Right? She fell about one step about a foot, right? She was well. She went standing step. Step aside up, she fell onto her knees and she admits it wasn't a far fall. So Kevin showing a clip of it shows a woman falling down to. Shares and maybe not surviving the fallen, but it was really funny. It was very funny. Luckily, I haven't had to talk about this in a while, but unluckily I have to talk about it today. I threw my back out this weekend. So that's why I'm walking like a cowboy. Like she walks different in person. I started out last week during the commercial break. Sometimes I go back down over there up those steps down. See and so and it doesn't matter why was going back there. It's not important. It was a shot of tequila, and so going back and I fell on the top step. And when I was falling, you know how you start to straighten yourself when you're panicked you're falling. And it was just a shortfall to it's just like, literally on my knees, it was embarrassing, but enough that my back kind of tensed up so and obviously they were cameras everywhere. So I think we have the footage of of when I fell..
"kathryn hahn" Discussed on Happy Sad Confused
"The. Today on happy said confused. Catholic Hahn returns to the podcast to discuss her private life. Hey, guys, I'm Josh Horowitz. Welcome to the show. Looking back to another edition of happy. Sad confused. I'm Josh. Thanks for tuning in as always last week was dark week for us. I apologize. But the good news is there is an embarrassment of riches to come. I just taped this conversation for today's episode with Catherine Hawn, and this is an insane week. I'm taking four different podcasts this week. It's it's kind of the intersection of two major events here. New York, New York Film festival is going strong that includes Catherine Hans latest film, private life and New York Comecon is getting underway tomorrow as tape this Thursday through Sunday. So I wanna mention for those of you guys that are visiting New York or our New York locals that are planning frequent. Near Khan at the Jacob Javits center common out, enjoy it. It's a great convention. Been many times have covered many times. It's still huge in the only thing that small in relation to is San Diego, calm and this year, in particular, at least for me, I am slammed in a good way. It's a, it's a walk going on moderating three different panels. So if you are going to the Netflixing chills panel Friday night, I will be moderating that. And there's a ton of really cool stuff talking about four different upcoming Netflix shows there. I've seen bits and pieces of them that is one. You do not want to miss Saturday morning. I'm gonna be massive Square Garden moderating the Spiderman into the spider verse panel, which looks to be also awesome like they are. They just released the trailer for that one, and there's some nicer prizes at that panel. Definitely check. That out. And then on Sunday, I will be moderating, and this is very trippy, but have moderating the ten th anniversary twilight tunnel, New York Comecon. And that is still coming together. They're going to be a lot of ultimate your faces there. And in Gooding me, I mean, I'm familiar face. I think to twilight lovers out there, I covered the film's a ton back in the day and who knew ten years flown by. So that's what's going on near comic con. If you're out there come out to those panels, they say, hi, if you see me and enjoy yourself, I apologize. You might be able to tell my voices a little not at peak condition. I'm fighting off a cold. I think I'm hopefully on the good end now struggled last couple of days, but hopefully by that time these panels come around will sound like the professional Josh Horowitz you're used to. So yes. So as for today's show, I just had it with the lovely and talented. Kathryn Hahn, Catherine, who I should mention was our v. Guest on happy second fused over four years ago. And here we are. I think to fifty plus episodes since and it's been a while, but she's a delight. Everybody was Kathryn Hahn. She is just a good spirit in the universe and have very happy to say that her new film private life directed by Tamara, Junkins co-starring. Paul giamati is excellent. It stars her and Paul as a New York City couple who are basically struggling to conceive to figure out a way to have a baby in all its different permutations, and it's kind of a relationship drama D. And it's excellent. She's fantastic in it. They're both earning rave reviews as well. They should see you should check it out if you can. It comes out actually in theaters this Friday, October. Fifth, it's also going to be on Netflix. So you really have no excuse at the very least chicken on Netflix. But at best go support your local independent cinema and see private life in the. Peter always want to support that anyway. That's Catherine Hawn. I apologize. I feel like this conversation was great and she was fantastic. I feel like I was looking all over the place partially because of my my illness and my cold medicine that is flowing through my system. So if I seem a little more scattered unusual which is saying something, let's blame it on the illness and the medication and not on my deteriorating mind. Okay. Deal deal. Great. As always remember to review ratings of scribes, happy sake and fused going tunes, go wherever you get your podcasts spread the good word, and enjoy this conversation with a wonderful actor and wonderful human being the great Catherine..
"kathryn hahn" Discussed on Blank Check with Griffin & David
"Who matz bad phone call and then he goes into work and they're like your being investigated we can't even talk to you need to hire outside counsel because you're this whole thing is fucked yeah and so you're fired i'm sorry go away and his girlfriend him and the only person who like sticks up six around with one best performance in this movie and absolutely kathryn hahn good in the movie fucking goodness his like extremely pregnant secretary she's always good and we've talked about her a lot on the this was when you were like fuck right she's not just like very funny she's an amazing actress like it was like yeah and this is when you go like god i wish kathryn hahn could star in a movie made by nineteen eightyseven james holbrook's for sure she'd ruling it she'd crush it today one hundred percent god i love her and she can do fucking anything we said it before but she's truly can do fucking anything and so we should mention the jack nicholson is like in this scene his whole performances just going with i'm sorry luggage never rub another man's rhubarb now this is a movie where the urban legend has always been that he had near piece and they were feeding him his lines wrestling it feels like he did two takes of every i mean if he had to join join the movie during production practically right i can imagine that would be the case he's weirdly on autopilot in this movie he's not even bad he's just nothing.