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"kevin pollak" Discussed on Maltin On Movies

Maltin On Movies

15:50 min | 5 months ago

"kevin pollak" Discussed on Maltin On Movies

"The show could not be more specific. No no we we have. We've nailed that benchmark. That's yours and I I must say it does seem don't burst my bubble now. Okay it does seem like you're having a hell of a good time. Well so what do you base that on because we do hear that all the time and I'm curious and I've said it to other people watching their shows. Yeah and and I and I I when I think about it not to drill down. Unnecessarily the show itself is so fun to watch in the way the characters interacting and and you engage in them but you also know them as actors and actresses you start to assume that must be a fun show to work on because it's so damn smart or the pace. Payson clip is such an for performers. It's fun to do. So is that what you mean. I guess it just seems I mean you. You're you're you all seem so. Invested assisted in those parts and the writing is so superior it is and it all starts there and then and then we get to either make it even better somehow or just make it as great as it is on the page There's almost no way to screw it up If they have a usable take. Then they've succeeded. Amy and Dan direct almost every episode in fact on the directors guild side. I'm very pleased and proud of them to I share with you. They got three of the five nominations. Wow for television comedy wow this year from Dj's exceptional. That's an that's a big deal. It's crazy it's also amazing. There's a lot of comedies on television. Are Aware of everything television. Seven hundred scripted. Show that's it. I right so I I just got a critics choice awards. And when they're reading the nominee lists. I said this to my dad yesterday because I said how. How do you want especially when you include television looking at the film nominated go? Holy Shit you have everyone how. You Know Anthony Hopkins Jonathan in price like just start there. Sure and work your way down like everybody. The entire cast of the Irishman or some of the greatest. You know and so to listen to those nominations and hear people going through and you're like how do you even so it is a huge deal that people recognize this show and I love that. Something intelligent is popular. Brings me joy. Yes it does you know because see. Maybe people don't need everything dumbed. I'm down. Maybe they like where shining beacon speaking of which yes speaking of Buzzy TV show Billions last year. I did a a multi episode arc in season. Four Heller Romantic yes. Thank you incredibly fun Yeah a great crew and cast and it was great great great fun again at such a high level. Yeah Yeah for of writing and perform. Yeah when it when it season DROPPED ON SHOWTIME I. I only heard from the riches just people I knew who all think the show is written about them. That was pretty funny and enjoyable. But I had a great time working on that and also better things playing Pamela. AVALON's brother just worked on the most recent season spoiler alert. That hasn't come out yet. Yeah boy in a lot of my friends. Here is a those spinning plates now to wind back a little bit of. Did you ever foresee yourself being an actor. Actor wasn't an ambition of yours. I mean I don't know you started doing stand up when you were a kid. Literally a Kit Yeah I remember an I suffer from this now. Jamie will tell you When I come out of a movie and it started when I was about five years old when I come out of a movie? I'm talking like someone on one from the film it's Zelic thing. He's rolling her eyes and it doesn't even have to be a famous person. Could be an accent I will carry that with me. It was an early age. Mimicry you know the thing about doing impersonations When I started to think about and analyze it a bit more all children learn to speak by mimicking? Sounds parents are someone in this town Nannies Nannies sounds that they make the the children mimic that sound. That's ultimately how you develop speech pattern is by mimicking sounds and voices and characters and Tone cadence so for a very very small percentage of us we never stop and that tool just broadens and in Haydn's and almost ask Burgee in nature that it's a not something we can even control so at age five to present day I will be so affected by performance or an attitude or voice that I will come out of that theater or the kitchen and talking as has that person or like them and so he wasn't just doing impersonations that interest me was Being affected affected by performances in wanting to replicate so win butch casting ascendance kid came out in theaters. I think I was preteen. Eighteen and I was obsessed with the performances and the characters not doing voices but wanting to be in that world saw that film ten in times in the theater I wanted to be back in that world and then I found myself in life emulating some of the pattern or patter and realized that when I did start doing impersonations. It wasn't enough for me just to do the voice. I needed to walk Gleich them and move them and gesture like them and physically become that person and it becomes now to this day a possession so when I I do Christopher Waldner whoever there is a weird possession of full body that an actor would take on portraying a a character building that character from the ground up so a very long answer is yes I always knew I wanted to be an actor. I didn't know what I was going to do about got it but yeah it was a life childhood long Kind of obsession but that would you call it. A parallel stream to wanting to WHO Just entertain be a comedian. Well that starts as being a ham this being a little ham bone and wanting attention and needing attention we all as I first first thing director was a documentary called misery loves comedy night. Who interviewed everyone talking everyone? Yeah it's a talking. Heads documentary documentaries is not that great and in terms of the scale of documentaries these days but I interviewed about sixty knowingly famous funny people the premise being do you have to be miserable miserable to be funny but it grew out larger from there and I started to realize that that everyone suffers from from. Hey look at me needing more attention. Otherwise facebook is not a multibillion dollar industry your page. You're someone but comedians in particular or any performer Decides to choose. Hey Look at me as a profession fashion that always boggled my mind. You're signing up for a lifetime of rejection facing basically when you when you assign your profession to that hat that Desire and need so I was always fascinated by by that individual and being one of them. Hey look at me. So the parallel I think comes from that First and foremost just being a ham craving attention. I feel almost like stand up. I started to see stand ups on TV when I was about ten eleven and became sort of obsessed in collecting them. Like my friends would collect baseball cards. Whoever whoever the stand-ups were at the time And so they were sort of parallel but not a big fan of school Higher Learning So the idea of going to an acting school Didn't interest me or theater necessarily because standup became I am such a solo endeavor. So I didn't really do the theater out. I didn't do the formal acting training route. I went through the STANDUP channel. I in San Francisco and then La. Well you haven't mentioned one key ingredient a sense of humor which you happen to have innate it yeah it's it's their new their stand up comedy classes. I'm told as a premise that bothers me. But if it can can help you get out of your Shell and find a calling perhaps grant but I do think it tonight and I do think that as an art form which I insist it is. It's inspired by someone so I remember Richard Lewis Giving Grief Paul Reiser for taking a similar riff of his and me thinking at the time. Yeah but you definitely were inspired by Woody Allen and as we all were And so yeah I think when you have out eventually find your own voice maybe it becomes a profession and but it must start from an innate place I if nothing else to be able to rip off your heroes emulate there their style before you find your own well. I've always loved a thief of bad gags there. You go personal faith. Who would that be? The Elton Mills Milton Berle yes. That's ten times. We are missing terribly missing the nicknames nicknames that used to exist for jazz musicians and comedians. 'CAUSE I make him say all of them out loud all the time because they make me laugh. Yeah and we definitely definitely could use some of that again. I Agree Kate Smith the song bird of the South So good Ted Lewis the high handed tragedian of Song. Oh baby solid right. That's the way Georgia Gibbs Who else and so on and so sure doesn't take much to amuse me here? We know we gotta work on that. I'm just saying -At's create a name for all the performance. We love. That's it. He's he's just create nicknamed my whole life. That was the thing with Brill. Bingo I've used. Yeah Yeah Ankle melty stole. We love him anyway. He was a thief. Yeah no he certainly was a famous thief. Steve Allen wrote a wonderful book back in the fifties you remember the fifties. How'd you Well I don't yeah I was born in them. Brought a book called the Funny Man. It's a very good book and I it's very light right without being pretentious and he wrote a wonderful chapter on Milton. Berle where he he said that no one could beat Milton in a cutting competition Because while someone was trying to think of something funny to say he remember something funny he or someone else had said before. Wait Rolodex I can attest to that. Because I having spent a little time with with Milton he was just really funny and fast. I feel Steve Allen himself has a rolodex of reference. Oh Yes yes. He was always great with puns. No matter what you said it inspired upon of some behind. Yeah I was born in the late fifties but I I The funny men the funny man. Yeah let's I try to look back at young brain. Let's I would love to read that book. It's very he. He did a sequel to it and he expanded the original the original included women and perhaps it yes okay good and more contemporary. Yeah Subjects pressure the original book which deals with the the pillars pillars of show. Business in the great from back in the comedy. Performance is just wonderful and they were the G. O. C.'s perhaps yes original comic. So what was your first film and TV. Show as a fan. I know in it. Oh as a participant as you appear on screen Ably we might have to go to the Internet. That's okay the actual answer because my memories are the first film was definitely willow. A rip off before willow. I'd like to say willow because it's a a an enjoyable film. The first his first film I was in was a rip off of. It's a mad mad mad mad world that dino dealer into Cisco Called million dollar mystery I want to say and Comedians were hired. Like it's a mad mad men Mabro In the case of million dollar mystery they these were not famous comedians. It's these were these. Were young up and coming COMEDIANS. To play all these are available. Available available is the exact. We're thank you so much for that. I AH HA realization And so We yes we were looking for money like in the original better film so that was the first movie movie I was in but thankfully I was in it because Rick Overton was also in it and so then shortly thereafter when the when Ron Howard a hired Rick Overton to be in the movie willow. He said look I need this is a comedy team. I sort of need for the brownies. These two characters who act as a comic Migrelief Inside kicks to our hero character willow and so I need you to improvise with whoever the other brownies. Rick if you could make a shortlist of five or so other performer. COMEDIANS and then we'll have them come in one at a time and improvise with you and that will be how we find the other Brownie and and so rick Much to my fortune. Put me on that shortlist. And then I was selected from that process. And that's how I ended up in Willa. Thanks to Overton Overton a major motion picture. Yes and although I'm really recognized from it because my character is about six inches tall and I'm wearing a hat made wait a minute from a rat's head I'm going to say You were shorter than billy. Barty a wildland film wildly. Yeah and Warwick Davis who plays with all the little people Could not they were giants to the Brown in fact we call him such. Yeah anyways yes so. Willow is the first movie movie that the the the nation saw and continue. Continue to see now thanks to Disney plus from people again right And also had its thirtieth anniversary not too long ago. That's part of what's crazy about making TV Indian film or even in your case with putting chat show on is that they exist in their own little world out there when you need it you know. I can't imagine imagine what it's like to watch yourself at twenty at thirty forty fifty you know yeah. It's a strange thing but I will say I've always always Seen myself in a movie as a as a.

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"kevin pollak" Discussed on Maltin On Movies

Maltin On Movies

14:54 min | 5 months ago

"kevin pollak" Discussed on Maltin On Movies

"Ooh everybody I'm Leonard Maltin. I'm Jesse Molten listening to Molson on movies and our guest today wears many hats And today and I don't know he's an actor he's a stand up comic he's a professional poker player He's Now we used used to call him impressionist but that sounds like a painter A mimic yeah. You like Mimic as mimic okay. I'm okay with it all right. It wouldn't be my first choice but I'm certainly okay with it when I was growing. Well it's Kevin Pot one who does impersonation. Let's let's eliminate the suspense. Yeah when I was growing up watching Frank Gordon and rich little. It's like that freshness they were then got older and I realize museum also had a second meaning to that word. Yeah became sort of Awed Yeah writer directors the New Hyphen. That I'm a little obsessed with a well and why not. Yeah because it takes a lot. It takes obsession a to be a writer does it. Yeah and And that's another one you've added to your resume. Yeah Yeah and chat show longtime chat show host podcast. Yes one of my Co Host Jamie Foxx here to your Lovely auspices and we yeah in March of Oh nine MHM when you needed a machete each hand to carve your way through the jungle of having to explain to people what a podcast is You know we where we were Upstarts we were in pioneers. Yes you're a podcast pioneer. Yeah there you're good wagon nice reversing he. He does like the term. Og Now that he knows what it is. He's a fan of soda so Kevin is an og. Well Kevin is for sure no g in that in arena. It's Funnier when he says and I was even a guest on your self-same podcast and and it was a wonderful experience it it was really fun we enjoyed it but ten years and four hundred episodes was enough from Ya we had SAM. Sam Levine on recently is as I say. My Dad's favorite child like I come way second to Sam should And he was your side kick for a while Jamie. Yeah the two of them were the Kicks in the side. We call there you go but he we asked him about some of his favorite folks got to speak to you and obviously Tom. Hanks is up there yes Tom Came in a very close. Oh second on the longest episode. Who's GONNA stop? Are you gonNA stop him. I'm not nope two hours. Forty two minutes might Tom. Hanks yeah all these episodes by the way Well all but maybe the last thirty five are on video on Youtube on the cake. Kevin Pollack Chacho Channel. Oh that's great still therefore you for free and yeah the last year or so. I switched over to audio only but for for nine years years we were at least I think nine years we were live streaming video. Wow Yeah again. You're that's that's an early. Yes not in Maher yes we would have perhaps done better. After the world of twitch was invented turns out. No one's watching too much life human video ever ever. I mean people don't watch live. TV Yeah True True. So what made us think we can. But but but you did it. You did it at a time. was there was to archive the episodes and let people get too like they do their. DVR whenever they wanted. It's there Well those are that's valuable archive. I keep telling my agents that there's value here. Well I'll tell you as an uninterested not an interested observer on Saito stakeholder financially uninteresting that it is valuable because he had not not only that you had such interesting and diverse people on your your show but you allowed them the time to to tell their stories. Yeah Yeah and and you're a good interviewer so you set them up for interesting conversations for interesting stories is thank you thank you. I'm glad we could do this. Quid pro quo right so we ever WANNA use that term again. I don't know maybe we do. Maybe we don't. We have to find a Greek equivalent. Yeah I'll we'll do some research. You work on that people look into that. Jessie are that means me ninety people but no. I don't know if I mean I'm sure sure you had the experience. People are surprised slash confused as to what to do with time. Because when you have letterman Leno all all those shows that have been on forever you get two minutes three minutes I mean and it goes so fast six on average but yes he goes into minutes now so fast having done all those shows as a guest. Yeah over my career Yeah the idea was. Let's not have those restraints. And also before Charlie Charlie rose got Super Hansie. His his was my favorite. It was meant to elicit laughter. Feel free. Here's what's my favorite favorite to do in the sense that it felt like a conversation. He was a journalist. There was a research done. There was no pre interview. Hang on research which yeah. What is that no people who are prepared? It's a wonderful thing. Yeah on the chat show I used to refer to the dossier we had on and we had a research producer. Who you know put together thirty pages that I within each week? Boil down to a couple of pages of bullet-point notes so I wanted to emulate that I mean Johnny. Carson's tonight show. It's clearly my favorite favorite favorite but for for other reasons reasons in terms of a conversation. Yeah now. I missed Charlie rose. I don't miss his hands. Yeah but I do miss his show. Yeah especially especially when he had Journalists on Yep and statesman P.. I didn't enjoy his show business interviews so as much but but he he had really interesting and provocative guests that so like today exactly like today. Yeah there's there's no difference whatsoever and we were chatting just before we started to roll. I used to save record. It's recording record We're being recorded. Oh yes indeed. Okay just checking just for US Pacific. DIFFIC- place to gather in front of microphones right and then not being document Olive that That you have many things that you can and and we'll be a promoting today. Oh my goodness well we can. We can talk about them if there's It's all need to care basis so if if there's any any of these stories that interest you for example three Christ's is based on a true story about a doctor who came to an institution in Nineteen nineteen fifty nine where paranoid schizophrenics were only being treated with electroshock therapy. There was no other option and this doctor played by Richard Gere in the film suggested. Maybe we try something else. I play the doctor who runs the institute and has over two thousand patients and doesn't really have time for Ah Conversation in order to maintain that many and so he there are three patients in particular who believe they are in fact Jesus Christ so his. The doctors premise was only one of you can be Jason. If in fact we go with the option that one of you is. Let's all agree that only one of you can be. And let's get together. And he did these group therapies with them and the story is sort of the trajectory Torri of his efforts and they're they're going through the process and Mike character not dealing with this progress very well and that's out that you just open last weekend. Yeah Okay I don't know when this airs but it. Yeah it's it's out out out there it's out there to you now. Another one that is imminent is goal goalie based on a true story. Also Terry Sawchuk a renowned goalie For the Red Wings and He was over last breed of goalies. Who did not were facemask? Yeah so puck to the face. Yeah I rose one of the ways you would defend the goal now. Can you imagine and then taking many many books. Yeah so anyways I played as a ah the sort of general manager and father figure to this up style. You know this great talent so I play this guy a real life character. Jack Adams who. There's a Jack Adams award trophy. There's a Jack Adams League became rather Part of the fabric of hockey in his era he was I. Think the most winning coach Certainly the red wings until just a few years ago. Yeah when Babcock surpassed them but yeah a run from the fifties to two thousand fourteen May. Oh my yeah. Yeah crazy crazy. Any who Mark O'Brien brilliant young actor plays Terry Sawchuk. He's just incredible. Keep going more and A very scary Open the end of the two thousand nine hundred thousand that apparently got some great reviews and and so one. I play a sadistic also technically based on Lucy on a true story or inspired by so there was an all boys school we shot at the actual place outside outside of Sacramento. And it's like a castle sort of reform story and this character I played was the headmaster slash Torturer of these kids and yet super scary and spooky and yeah so apparition if that's your cup of tea so you're they're tough to avoid me Leonard If you have a satellite dish of any kind rights cable perhaps and you go around the dial. Yeah people like if you have of Amazon prime. If you'd like to get your hammers overnight or two days you got free programming and part of that is a marvellous. Mrs Amazing Season Three dropped quite recently. which is one of the most Talked about this. Yeah I never I never been a part of something called the Zeitgeist. Well you're in it now apparently We're we'RE SMACK DAB in the middle. Yeah it's real crazy ride that. Yeah Yeah are you enjoying it. It's it's the apex of enjoyment quadrant. I mean I've I've done a few movies. I don't know the exact number ninety one but I will say that six of them are quite good But in his Jamie my better half was here likes to point out much like Bo Jack Horse when I was very big in the nineties and so two two at this point of my life to be a part of something that's reaching the world and reaching every age group I think her niece was nineteen eighteen when the show dropped in her nineteen a non Jewish friends became obsessed with the show which I found quite startling and certainly a sign of the times and approach in restaurants by. Yeah every ethnic group every age. It's just wonderful crazy crazy. It's not you know if if if we could bottle success people would but you can't see you can stack the deck. You can do everything. Yes yes I still don't know if I described this show to you and I said people all over the world are obsessed with it talk. Hang on catch you. You're saying like they're not Jewish and they watch Tony Flu. I was not in the pilot and so after they did the pilot the way Amazon Don worked back then. I don't know if it's true now. They would put their pilots up on Amazon prime site. And then let the audience sort of weigh in on it. He's the help them make their decisions. And based on the number of clicks views they would and so the pilot went through the roof and they they got picked up two seasons from pilot which is quite rare and A first for them but I remember don't want so then the creators of the show. Any Sherman Palladino Dan Palladino realize that the show didn't have inlaws and so they they called me up and said. Would you like to join the circus. And I knew their success from Gilmore girls. Although as a man I I hadn't crossed my yes menu which is fair and But then I watched the pilot and it was a no brainer because there were no oh scripts yet for the short season or the character. Even I didn't know what they had in mind. I didn't care you watch that pilot in the answer's yes but I remember Tony Shalhoub. When we I start working in regards to its success said I thought we'd get most of the Jews in the upper west side of New York? Not even all of the most of uh-huh. Yeah the fact that Indo China's yeah right obsessed with the show that was that was mommy's initial my mom's initial reaction to it was that which is how does anyone my mom worked worked in the catskills. My mom worked at a summer camp in the catskills. Both my parents are New Yorkers so to then this is very funny sure but you familiar Taylor familiar but also the sense of just the period of time you know the fifty eight rooms sixty now. What a nineteen year old would be interested in then in that the wardrobe although stunning and beautiful and exceptional it's not contemporary in any way shape or form the music when the show first I started was very much to the period so yeah and the rapid pace of it almost like a screwball comedy? It's been called at times again and I don't know what nineteen year olds had to to recognize But they did well. There's something and they do. It's it's not original observation on my part but Somehow somehow the more specific story is in its setting and it's Melia the more universal it seems to it's so true and I don't know how and why that is but it is..

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"kevin pollak" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

The Adam Carolla Show

05:49 min | 7 months ago

"kevin pollak" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

"Mom's friend the way everything gains in Thai. Everything's ties. You get to go. Well I don't know about that bad. I didn't know that variety right. Don't like yeah. That's a new one condescending voice. It's a new one from eighteen. Seventy one it's not new. It's not that new fact. Nobody if you're an infant when it became came a national holiday you've been dead for sixty one year that so not. It's a new one maybe not a new of it but the baby bottle all right so she has this premise miss. She's not signed off on the fact that the guy by the way God bless Dennis prager that guy's got way more patients than than everyone. I know that's why he's called a blustery lost three blowhard or whatever. I'm no that's not that guy he's he should be yelling. Zip Batch at this point. But he's not so then she's going to move forward but it's funny because he'll he'll predict it that's a that's a new one. Okay all right. It might be now that you know that I assume it. It doesn't change your mind. No guys I prefer happy holiday more inclusive more question question. Are you Jewish. Absolutely okay so let me ask you a question and Holocaust survivors child. Okay in my my heart goes out to you as a big burden to be a Holocaust survivor child. So I'm well aware I believe me I could tell you stories. I mean I'm not but I am well aware and but I won't ask you a question. Is it OK in Israel where twenty percent of the population in is not Jewish. Is it okay to say Chabad Shalom to non Jews not to you down has to do. That's another interesting thing you don't have to do like no he said is it okay. So that's the other part we like take you don't have to. I'm just saying this kind of think in this kind of talk is getting real pervasive. Like everybody's got an angle here and it's GonNa be difficult difficult to talk anyone out of their idea or even suggest your own if this is going to be circular discussion the the poppy PAPI. Everyone's posture because it goes on for a while but it's funny the people like that. Who Won't who won't answer a direct question and up confusing using the other person so much it's like I don't even know how this conversation started? Maybe a right. And that's what they want right. It's so confusing. It's such a wild ride at that point. We'll also oh I do this. I run into this a lot. Where people go I was late because I had trouble tying my shoes and I go. You're wearing flip flops. And they go. Oh Oh I was because Uber Guy showed up late shift. I thought we were talking about your shoes. Now we've moved to the next thing and I'm like it's all news news one day why AM I. Should I believe the for wood. Okay this is the second one I questioned this or is this the one you're going to land on. It's kind of a weird thing to do out lounge around Practicing like look if you're in a culture and the culture predominantly five move to Mexico and they had a culture that celebrated the whatever. I wouldn't insist that I'm going to turn it into something else to say happy. Whatever yes whatever? That is wherever I was. That's kind of kind of what is argument while she doesn't like like that. Also as a as a groundlings former grandly it was kicked out of the groundlings specific better than general. I don't like people going staff stuff like what people go. I you know if someone says I'm a car guy. I'm like what kind of car I like. You know. I like the specific acidic part of life and having being Jewish and having to Jewish parents and being raised conservative and going to synagogue every Friday night and the whole deal my mom. I don't know if she still feels feels this way. But growing up you'd see bumper sticker that said Jesus is the reason for the season and go. You know what it is and I always kind of appreciated that because it's like if that's that's what you celebrate the that I also feel if you think about her how long it took him. Just sell this Hundred fifty year old holiday to her. There's a there's a lot of narcissism which is. I don't appreciate Betcha that's nothing nothing to do with these people celebrate Christmas. That's our culture wish. Merry Christmas or the wishes to you. You don't it's not about you. I'm Jewish and I don't feel like it's not about you. It's about them. It's fine keep walking. Don't get caught up in it this notion which you brought up earlier like I wasn't blaming coaches and four men and I was in blaming anyone he wanted to get on with it because I want people to say this instead of why. How's that serve you? What's it do for your 401k? What to do for your children? Does it make you taller or is it making thinner. What is it why why why? Why are we investing this energy? And he keeps moving all right. Kevin pollock is out there. Oh He's Jewish Jewish Jewish boy moisture in the marvelous. Mrs Mazel. Ho Yeah phenomenal. Is there more decorated or Bali. Allie huge ballyhooed. Every time I drive to the Melrose Improv every billboard on like marvel. I'm literally just going to pull over and just just camp out on one of those billboards and just stare at it. All over the place. Every episode is a sweeping cinematic event. It is so beautifully flee down it's so wonderfully written all talk to Kevin about that it's got movies out doing everything we'll talk to the Great Kevin Pollack right after this..

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"kevin pollak" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

The Adam Carolla Show

03:43 min | 7 months ago

"kevin pollak" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

"It's going to be as twenty eighth year in a row about shack. Shack is literally involved with a hundred and twenty businesses simultaneous right. There's no forget about Sammy Davis Junior. There's a new sheriff in town. The hardest working guy in show business business. Where was this attitude when it came to getting back on defense when he was playing for the Lakers are practicing? Free throw shots. Where's that fire? Yeah Yeah I mean the guy. Not Whatever scored a point if he had that same commitment that he has toured the Carnival cruise lines. John's Graham the way you wanted him to love the wanted him to love the game like he loves income and and being a sheriff and being a Sheriff Jack Maybe it was just doing the one thing. It's easily easily effective as income. Either Way Greg back on events or maybe it's free throws he got paid for a couple of things and it was about on defense and it was. He played great defense. But it wasn't hustling down the court. You know what I'm saying. Yeah I mean it's weird that he is now hustling twenty seven income. Now you know what I'm saying. What I'm I'm saying? Well Shack says he knows what it's like to wake up and not get a single toy on Christmas and he doesn't want any child to experience that check a clause All right he's he's a good dude that guy. He's a success story. Like I appreciate all the stuff but man I can't turn on the TV. Not Seen. I mean if you did like a breakdown of companies he was affiliated with and boards stuff on the board of and all that kind of stuff impressive impressive his devotion to the general's the general is well. It's the most nauseating and an animation. I think I've ever seen in my life. I God God. Who's in the last twenty years? Let's picture let's take bill cosby's career and put it up against Jack in terms of endurance ear and in fifteen years in terms of live prime prime. I'm year. God You WanNa you WanNa get surreal once once in a while. The bill cosby show the last one or the eighties one or whatever that does come up on whatever. TV watch it just watch it. It's it's it's like it's creepy. It's Rick it's weird ironic and don't forget he's an Obgyn in his own basement. Oh that's his job and that's where he does it that's right. Yeah Dean Cain starred in a movie about that. How many degrees separation can Kevin Pollack and Bill Cosby do? When I was ten years old my first act was lip? synching Noah and the Ark. See there it is just didn't have in the liner notes. Prolific serial serial rapists. Are they turn them over. You're looking at my part. So you did bill. COSBY's yeah and the no and the Ark bit do you remember that one. Yeah so that side of this precocious little ten year old Jewish kid lip synching and this phenomenally hilarious comedy album was it was an act of you know. My mom caught me doing it one day. And then you're doing that for the Zuckerberg Passover so I did it on the white painted brick fireplace. Oh Yeah Stage Wjr for thirty relatives and then that was I laughed. I got from from a large group and then it was over. It was over in that moment. You Bit your bit by the Buck Doc. Now I celebrate being allowed obnoxious Juliana Marvelous Mrs Maes right good note to go out on apparition version. You mentioned the top. Thank you for that. It's a little horror. Movie theaters. Looks very good Christmas. If you want the shit scared.

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"kevin pollak" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

The Adam Carolla Show

04:09 min | 7 months ago

"kevin pollak" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

"One of the percents bonus up or it's only a game and to get better at DS? Is the fantasy records. The podcast on Apple podcasts and podcasts one and of course the TV. Show the fantasy. Football with Brad Evans. Thank you my friend. The Code One. Oh what happened is. We're speaking of the holidays. So Kevin Pollock is here and talk to that very talented friendly man in a moment I I was Listening to My friend Dennis Prager. Let's SAFE SPACES DOT com. You WanNa see our movie and I've really been as as you know Focusing on we're talking about the God God knows I call let or or Waco Phobia Phobia And this sort of people know what they know. And then I also was complaining that There was some drainage issue on some property or something and I was sort of explained to adults like. I've been here when it's raining. I fixed it. I know how it's GonNa work. And they're like yeah. Archive doesn't think and I'm like no no it works. Yeah our guy doesn't think and I'm like Holo I'm standing here in front of you and I'm explained do you think I'm a liar and then it's also it's like why aren't people like here's the deal. I have like like a an hierarchy. I have people I listened to. Oh and then. There's other people I listened to a little grain of salt and then there's other people I don't really believe when they say something. I go check on it but I kinda calibrate people and some people use a little hyperbole. Some people speak gotta turn and then some people are a little more precise and if your precise it's it's usually because you've earned your way too precise you have a history of speaking clearly making and being right or being consistent system you know and so I was listening Chris Smith's you should know was declared a federal holiday in the US in eighteen eighteen seventy mic cents. So here's a woman who reminds me of one of my mom's friends calling into prager show because he basically said I like Christmas. Smith's I'm a Jew but I like people saying Merry Christmas happy holidays or whatever. We're calling it now. I like it and is an atheist sort of feel the same way I love loved the Christmas part. I'm not offended by any religious affiliation to it. I'm curious actually genuinely why I've always wondered why people make such a big deal out of Merry Christmas versus happy holidays. We're saying essentially the same thing. Why do you what is it? Why does one make? This feels like a big too small for you. Why why waste any calories on this whatsoever ever well because the holiday doesn't suggest what holiday it is? Christmas says it's this holiday. This is the holiday. That's kind of the specific part of it and I'm sort of making the same argument is why are we burning calories. Just Merry Christmas. Were in a place with celebrates Christmas but prager bigger will address it but the the woman who's a juice Cina. She likes the holiday better and the coins the point. I don't don't have strong. I like Mary Christmas. I like old time. Whatever I'm fine? I don't care about the holiday that much My point is is. It's not what's correct. Merry it Christmas or happy holidays either. WanNa do for me. I prefer Christmas but either one will do. It's one person is trying to make a point to the other person and they they they know what they know except for. They don't know anything and there's a lot lot of that going on but I'll just listen you listen to a funny funny interaction and and prime it or from it don't know I've not familiar with that name. Hi Hello I'M A I. I listened to you often and with you politically.

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"kevin pollak" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

The Adam Carolla Show

09:57 min | 7 months ago

"kevin pollak" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

"For your service. Mr Drivers hemispheres. Trying to say thank you. Thank you for your service for sure. Speaking of which we talked cover now. How Fun Dot Org just for a nanosecond? There's never been a national Emergency Fund for men and women in Law forcement. It's all Broken up into cities and states and the like wounded warrior tone program for the military. And so I've just joined the board of Directors of cover now fund which brings brings These emergency funds to families of men and women law enforcement specifically starting with suicide now three times. The amount officers killed in the line of duty all on how many come on gotta drop at listen. It's the police. Being a policeman in the past came with some physical baggage. You Get stabbed or you could get shot or you could get something but you had the respect of the community that you're serving and get fucking buckets of water dumped on your head bye goddamn nine year old and then the bucket thrown in the fucking bucket thrown at us so now it used to be well. I may get shot by a gang banger but I have the appreciation of the community. I serve now. It's neither and most politicians bailed on Youtube somehow. decided in this fucking ass backwards. Society Sidoti were slowly transitioning to that the people who arrest the bad people are the reason those people are in prison. Well technically yes. They are car but they're serving the community and they're trying to get the fucking bad people off the fucking street and we somehow demonize the people that are in charge of our safety because we're fucking walking idiots and the fucking politicians but a real this shit in. Yeah I'm fucking sick of it my clear. Okay it's fucking bullshit. Ah Everybody Oh these guys are the prisoner of the school. The prison pipeline the cops grabbing stop and Frisk stopped. Ask in Fresco and and if you don't have anything on you then you keep fucking walking. Yeah their arrest you end up throwing net on you. They always seem like superheroes to meet literally putting on armor you. You know to protect and serve the way that the superheroes were in comic books but this was coming to life And also for my whole life for whatever reason I walked passing officer and said Thank you for your service because it seemed like any time someone does a job that is outside of their own Personal personal agenda career. You know the idea that you would go into the streets and and and look for the bad guys as it were and to try to remove them from from a a otherwise thoughtful and caring society on paper is a must and should be celebrated and should be honored on a on a minute by minute basis let alone hourly or weekly or once a year so the first one the second one is catastrophic injury. These officers who were catastrophically injured in line of duty turned over to insurance company. Always have to hire a lawyer and sue for very basic things like the proper wheelchair they really are left. If you don't haven't been on the fourth long enough to have a pension and all these things These two areas of concern of really help the families of the men and women in blue. And you know in the case of suicide there off given the last paycheck which isn't enough for the funeral. Let alone groceries so the idea. This National Emergency Fund is to help these families in in their times of need and and these officers have a life beyond their catastrophic injuries as called cover now fund dot Org. Yep Thank you let's stop demonizing folks that are enforcing yeah. We'll everyday's a slow news day right right so we have to look if it bleeds. It leads that's always been the case with news. WHO's right? It's only gotten worse so we only hear about the bad officers out there doing bad things we never hear about the heroics of these people on a on a on a minute by minute basis. Well well it's also kind of thing where it's like look there are a small percentage of every group that are not great at what they do you and maybe even bad sheriff and maybe even intentionally bad there's accountants that are bad guys who work at malls that are banned there's going to be a certain percentage of cops. In percentage of firemen certain percentage look what percentage at schoolteachers are great. fucking heroes. Kiss my ass. I've had fucking too good schoolteachers out of one. Hundred Twenty eight my life. It's a horrible an average so yes there are a couple of bad cops out there. There's just a couple of bad everything users predators coralline Cox folks. We have to build a life around those people have to build a narrative around those people. Let's not let's not okay Let's see all right. Go ahead sir. Well most of us have heard this story at least know some of the broad strokes but in a candid interview Burley's therein opened up about the night. Her mother killed her father. bombshell start. You know of course during a lot of press right now for the movie told. NPR that her father was a very sick man and alcoholic. She says when she was fifteen. Her father was so drunk one night that he shouldn't have been able to walk and he came into the House with a gun Shirley's and her mother were in the bedroom leaning against the door because he was trying to push through and they're trying to keep him out he she says the father then shot through the door three times times and that it was a great time and that it was a miracle miracle that none of the bullets hit anybody so her mother Grabbed her her gun and shot her husband. No charges were filed as it was deemed in Self-defense. But that is the pretty much the full account of what happened that night. That's hot off the press. I heard that interview live yesterday with Terry. Gross walkout drive address. I like the family. Shirley was going to go for her. I got the book Mr Booths. He went for his pistol South Africa South Africa. Then we had the pool man he was. He went for his gun gardner gun and before forty. Now we're we're in a trench and it was like the First World War within Your Reservoir Nineteen Seventy Jesus Christ. Is that good. I want to watch out for you. I'm Michelle She was great bombshell. Really great she became expected right Oh you guys were in that thing you do. That's right so says Max Pat. That's right I love that little movie. Yeah I don't know why Kevin Bacon need six degrees. I'll get you anyone. Anyone two degrees or last name. Anyone other Kevin's Adam driver shore. So driver worked. You know I have to go through the person's filmography sure was let's see Harrison. Ford connection is there That's a problem. I don't know his career as well because again cab with its doors. Ability William again who D- work within the SODERBERGH film. I think feel like there's somebody in there. I liked that movie and also black Klansman. I liked the bunch. Wasn't there somebody in that. He was great hidden in the Coen. Brothers he was very briefly and Louis Davis. Is there anyone in that that movie. Well do we help you. Breaking Crystal. Adding driver was in J.. Edgar with Jessica hedged Hecht. Who is the magic of Belle isle with Kevin Pollack Inhale have? Wow thank you for the help all right well. This is just a a creepy weird story. a woman was killed Tuesday morning when a piece of debris fell from a seventeen storey building in times square and hit her square in the head head. Her name is Erica Tishman. She happened to be an architect by the way sixty years old whose office was just sweet. Few blocks away. She's walking walk around the corner on the southeast corner of Seventh Avenue and forty ninth just came from a meeting. Like look. Someone's gotTa secure those Gargoyles. That's right it happened happened about ten forty five. When first responders arrived she was dead? No others were injured literally just came down right answer for the amount of material all that is above the third floor in Manhattan and the amount of activities around everything's below everything's above and and there's activity on the roof window. washers guys doing repairs and stuff like that and you go. Buy some of those ornate buildings and there's tons of stone cut and Corey tile title and ornate this and ornate that it doesn't and then there's a freeze in a fond of freeze. Thaw cycle constantly doesn't happen that often. That's something falls off. Yeah that's the world's best Christmas tree well. Department of buildings inspectors found cracks in the facade pieces of terra cotta missing and the owner of the building is ordered now to install a sidewalk shed to protect pedestrians. Don't have to be in Los Angeles to see the cracks in the facade. New Yorkers well built at that Jews originals like the Hebrews the Hebrew who's a lot in building these sounds but the in fact a piece of architecture falls and pinpoints the head of architecture and architects. Use that that suggests there's a god and he's critic for sure good point. Yeah I'm trying to think like what what would it be like for. You like being appealed by the comedy. The massacre microphone in my head Executed by the microphone. Don't most most a lot of buildings in New York have like the rooftop patio.

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"kevin pollak" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

The Adam Carolla Show

04:33 min | 7 months ago

"kevin pollak" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

"In Glendale California. This is the Adam. Corolla show Adams guests today. Kevin Pollack with Gina Grad on News Ball Brian on sound effects and Brad Evans calls in with his. NFL Fix now bright. But not so Mary. Adam Corolla on the AC ended on got to get it on trump again her mandate get it on head to our biggest show of the year coming up tomorrow. And then into the Christmas break and then Salem North Twelfth Years we pants eleven eleven. Good Day Gina Data. You Handball Brian. I'll reach you touch. I had a moment last night. I think everybody does. Is they get to the end of the year. They tend to reflect a little bit some good some bad. I'd gone out last night. Donna and later set at the laugh factory and so I got home later. Like eleven thirty or something and I got home and hand Turned on the twitter there and and and they're waiting for me was a photograph of the parchment paper from the All valley football team seen that I never received have. I don't know where it is things. Corollas didn't have a lot of articles that were suitable for framing but but even if they were suitable for framing we still wouldn't frame them so where would won't even get a frame right so I got who sent me this thing. This is a Anelle rivers rivers and rivers good. That was my gay porn name so he sent me this. Yes and it's a little hard to read on Mex- pairing after blow it up a little. It's the coaches selection which I never knew. It's funny they pick gold and then they pick silver. I don't know why they picked silver. They should've picked black. So you could read it. But it's the all Central Valley League team and that's the far city high school football team from nineteen eighty eighty one and it's at the actual piece of parchment and if you go along the first team and you get toward the bottom the old you'll see my name on the on the first team. They're not looking at it. That's nice to have the actual paper. I mean I don't own the actual paper but I will I'll find it and blow it up or something in their Ayar and North Hollywood and only guy my high school to make the first team all league team because we sucked the head ahead. Six backs six backs. Two receivers in three and four lineman what team for a lot of ineligible. See Row lose weight. Where do you see what happens when we went into the shotgun the ball just sale opposing team's end zone? There's nobody there in no place now. I was looking at it. I said everyone just got labeled a back like I ran into Nate Sharma. Who was the quarterback for van is? Some of those guys were quarterbacks. I don't know why they just gave him the be the designation why not the QB but they just go line or back or whatever. Let's see receiver so it's also kind interesting that I always say Hampton. That's right the name I was looking. Quanta Hampton is. I tell you I know. He doesn't need a D.. Now Qantas Fine Renault D or three D or d needed there. I also started to look closer and and the like defensive player of the year or Lineman of the year whatever was the guy from van is was named like Paul Julie Our something and he was the guy I always tell you in fast times at Ridgemont. High was like jumping up and down on the sideline because they filmed at Van Nuys football game and they filmed in nineteen eighty one Or Eighty or whatever that guy most valuable lineman anyway. I remember that so I was just looking at it and I was like go in and I just got done doing comedy and everyone is asleep and it was late and a glass of Scotch and I started like reflecting like where was I nine thousand nine hundred eighty one by the way north Hollywood high. There's Fred Nilsson there's Gary Smith and there's nick burn all who came in here. Who was Sir Mr Mr and all of you guys? I ran.

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"kevin pollak" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show

The Rich Eisen Show

06:56 min | 7 months ago

"kevin pollak" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show

"Returned from mega ninety. Six I swear to God so funny you say that it's like ninety six. Yeah but yeah when there's nine thousand to start exactly we're in the final ten the final. Yeah that's what that's what a horrible thing just a cash. Which means I've cashed two at a six excrete batting three thirty three? I think I'm first round I. Of course I out material I doubt and and and right. Now you're wearing your San Francisco forty nine or lid insurers so the foreign twelve team from last year you may remember yes now they are flat out tied for the best. Yeah and big weekend by the away only finally not missing a field goal which is the reason if I may. We only have two losses. Yes but to make that field goal in the in the final seconds and dealer drive back back all the way when in under a minute in New Orleans New Orleans Eat wasn't extrordinary game but then as my brother and I are texting each other. We've never rooted for the Rams uh-huh but for the ramp to the Seattle allowing us to have this better advantage. Yeah looking down the by the end of the day so d did you grow grow up in and go to candidates I saw John Brody. That's how old I am at a playoff game losing to Dallas. which was the first reason I hated that team? Well I mean that always what you know why the catch was obviously the catcher so big for many reasons but the fact that it was finally against Dallas. I mean you're you're you're giving the history of of the animus. Yeah because between John Brody and and if I may the Messiah Joe Montana We I suffered through. I'd only deburgh's plunked quarterback at one point and you know we had a very long rough right go of it and then and then when the Magic Camp and with Bill Walsh and the whole bit and so you were the stick right. Yes yes yeah I can remember walking down the center of a very very busy St. Yeah it full traffic and San Francisco high fiving people going in both directions after the first Super Bowl victory. I know those moments are just stay with Theo for forever. Right like you mentioned bumgarner coming in G fourth-inning in game seven after very little rest and taking it through the end right all the way we down to the last pitch you know if you remember there was a runner on third and anything was possible. Yes indeed against the Kansas city royals. Yeah so if he plays our friends in Kansas City if he plays for the dodgers Roger's it'll be one of the signs of the apocalypse without question without hesitation you look for different horsemen and it's like Yeah yes right. Yeah so. It's possible that that might actually understand. The capitalism is basically destroyed all professional sports. So why not my heart Kevin Pollack. You're on the rich Eisen show All right let's get into this man. Let's let's get into All of this good stuff from your from your career. When did a few good men come across your desk? You're you're so I was doing a six week summer series for CBS. Yes no one would ultimately watch because in the summer her in one thousand nine hundred ninety one. It was all reruns. There was no real programming in the summer. So people just kind of went away But it was created by Rob Reiner and Christopher guest and and it was a ridiculous opportunity for me and so I'm having lunch every day with rob working on that and one day he says you know. Oh my next film was a very successful Broadway. Play it's called a few good men and I've got Tom Cruise. I think I'm going to get Nicholson. There's a part of Tom's uh-huh co-counsel that you're kind of perfect for. I have an offer out to Jason. Alexander Seinfeld gets picked up for season. Two he won't be available CASTLEROCK. Rob's company eighty also seinfeld right so he said if Seinfeld gets picked up which was a big question mark because it was on Friday nights that only aired four episodes it. It was a big chances word. This thing was going away and I My prayers along with Jason Alexander prayers amounted to his career doing very well and getting a few good men and getting a little busy in the nineties because of it right. Yeah so that's how you got. So that's it that's ultimately how it happened. Yeah all right. So now we've had a ROB Rauner has been here before they told you before we've had him Kevin Bacon in Noah Wyle All tell their from their perspective right the final scene of the Jack. Nicholson you want me on that. While you need me on that wall you can't handle the truth etc the Colonel Jessop Soliloquy. Yes that you have an interesting well so I uh-huh well if I had a nickel for every time someone a fan of that movie which there are a lot of. Let's face it. It's on every eleven minutes remote drop. It's a remote drop like no matter where you are in the film. It's like that for me. It's that The fugitive is in that Goodfellas Alhassan. Yes where no matter where you are. It's like two hours to go. I don't care I'm just dropping. Yeah yes correct and casino. Fortunately I involved in another movie that for some people. That's a similar thing or suspects those three three But a few good men you know. I've been pretty impersonating. Nicholson my whole. Stand back how I started. So just be around him was bizarre and surreal real and my character has no no dialogue with him. We shake hands when we meet in his office in the beginning of the movie the courtroom courtroom and he's singles me out. WHO's GonNa do it? You You Lieutenant Weinberg much. So clearly. Aaron Sorkin the writer very young pup at that point in his career only on the Broadway play that he wrote wanted everyone to know the Jessop was also antisemitic. There's no reason to point out you. Lieutenant wind breaks. Who's going to do it? You Tom Cruise are you going to do it did you. You are you gonNA stand post so if I had a nickel for every time someone on the street is pointed that out and also as a question though say Kevin I gotta ask him so sorry. Maybe get a lot when he says. Who's going to do you lieutenant? Weinberg why is he picking you out. You've done nothing to upset the man other than walking across the desert for forty years without a map so so when it came to Nicholson on the stand during the I'm watching Him Rob Jack Shot for ten days boosts speak out of turn. Why not he made five million for ten days half a million dollars a day and I asked him when you make half a million dollars a day? Do you hit the snooze alarm or you just so do you start that half-a-million-dollar clock so he only had five days in the courtroom to.

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"kevin pollak" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show

The Rich Eisen Show

02:44 min | 7 months ago

"kevin pollak" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show

"This may be the most rewarding to do you do today back. Welcome back to the rich Eisen show. I've been fortunate to Met this man since I moved out to Los Angeles about sixteen years ago and and then such great films that we all know about a few good men. Usual Suspects Casino. grumpy old men grumpier old men in so much and so on and so forth and now he is in a dynamite dynamite television show called the marvelous Mrs Mazel. He's part of the SAMBA. CAST that one. The Sag Award last year just got nominated for another one this year it's available for streaming on Amazon on prime video. Good to see you Kevin Pollack. Yes rich we must have met at a poker table. Hey guess it looks lutely happened. Yeah and I said at the top at this hour. I don't know if you heard I did. It's very it's true so I'll say it. I'd never heard it put that way. We felt that each other. We have felt that each other and not fun when it happened. Is that have you watch. You're listening get subpoenaed because of this. I will stand witness it has it has in fact you don't like it though you particularly typically don't like it and nobody likes it said who likes it nobody likes. I've gone onto fell Daniel and agronomy feature table on Camera d'Or during the world series of poker event. How how did he take? It took a while. Because he's such a pro. Took a much better than you remember me taking. Yeah how long do you last this year. How long do So this year I was short stacked Small amount of chips the name of Book of Mine Joke Stacked. It's very difficult to never get a a a a stack of chips that you have some any sort of movement and momentum. Yes so you start with sixty thousand in chips. I was always between eighty five and forty five could not get anything going beyond that at a certain point by day to you have to start shoving mall in whether you want to or not gonna be aggressive. You gotta be selective with your moments. I ended up being seventeen to know with my short stack shoved over four days until I became of of course seventeen in one but to go seventeen to know what run well when I had I serious deep run in two thousand twelve out of six to eight hundred players players. I finished one hundred thirty four. Yeah where you can see the last fourteen tables. That's bizarre You know I probably shoved all in six times. The entire tournament This seven Oh thing was just because of the shorts deck issue so to make it today four and make the money late day three. Yeah it was great. It was really great. So you You know the number wasn't as impressive. Ninety six but the field is she was almost nine thousand. I mean like hey you know. No one's going to be having walking around with foam fingers. I'm nine eighty. Six Edberg.

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"kevin pollak" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show

The Rich Eisen Show

12:27 min | 7 months ago

"kevin pollak" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show

"The air. We've had Fun Chats Dalvin Cook and Adrian Gonzalez just had a chat with Kevin Pollack in the In the Green Room Noman the man for quite some time Very rare to say this about another Human being certainly I'm being very honest In Kevin who has been He he just cash to the world series of poker this past as we saw We assaulted each other. We have oh yes. On many occasions we have felt at one another and Neither of US liked it at the time like each other all a matter. These are all honest statement. All that matter Another honest statement. I love the marvelous herbalist. Mrs Mazel it is a tremendous show at deserves. Every accolade it receives and today received another one SAG nominations are out outstanding performance by a unsolvable in a comedy series of which Kevin is apart. They won the award last year. They will be able to defend their SAG award on Samba title. And it is just all that and a biscuit it's amazing and We'll we'll have a Kevin out on the show. He is wearing forty niners paraphernalia. All right I don't know if he's aware that Madison Addison Bumgarner could be a dodger by the end of the week. We'll ask him about all that but we turn to the phone lines right now and find one of the best in his business as well. LB INSIDER FOUR ESPN ESPN DOT COM. ESPN the magazine. Jeff Passan joining us here on the rich Eisen show. How are you jeff? I'm I'm so glad you brought up the Marvelous Mazel. 'cause I was watching the new season on my flight out here to the winter meetings in San Diego and came to the realization that Kevin Polyps characters my favorite character on well. He's in our green room. Just heard that jeff he is He is as listed A. Ah Now granted this is like super wheelhouse for me but anyone who grew up in a Jewish family knows exactly who that anybody who like we we just know we. We all have that uncle who was the worst I know. And he is the worst. And and and anybody who could play as somebody named Mrs Mazel as well as As she does and her last name is really Brosnahan in real life. I think he deserves every award. That's why I know it. It really is okay. Let's get to the show that Major League Baseball's put non Why now Jeff after after it darn near went into Valentine's Day last sure for everybody? Why now what's happening? You know I think there are a couple of different factors number one I Garrett Cole. I'm sorry it's just better better than just about anyone who's been a free agent over the last half decade. I mean he's I I have been calling him. The Best Free Agent Pitcher in baseball history and people are pushing back on them. Then you Randy Johnson was a free agent after he went to Houston and killed it in Greg Maddux for the free agent. You know the year after he won a CY young. And and those are those are reasonable fair arguments but what Garrett Cole has is. He's got agent aside twenty nine years old. He's got better stuff than those guys. Did you know Randy Johnson. Great great fighter gear calls for Plus Two plus plus pitches. He's got the leadership element. He's got the intelligence he's got everything thing humanly possible going for him and he's coming off of an incredible year. It's the reason that the New York Yankees and Los Angeles dodgers who are arguably the best run teams in baseball right now. We're fighting each other for him and it's the reason he got three hundred twenty four million dollars rich. When the previous reckon coming into the winter meetings for a pitcher was almost fifty percent less? David price is two hundred. Seventeen million dollars so It has been an incredible turn turn of events at the top of the market but beyond that you had the Cincinnati's of the world tried to compete Chicago. White Sox who haven't spent forever trying to compete and giving US Monte GRANDPA's seventy three million dollars you got the Philadelphia phillies. Giving Zack Wheeler a hundred eighteen million dollars. You've got competitiveness and shock of shocks when teams WANNA win. They will go out and spend money to do it so you just unloaded a lot right there. Let me let me follow up on some with these things so it was the Yankees but I mean he's out what happened that they just ended up giving the most money and that's why they got him. No I think they got him because of the New York Yankees and because they gave the most money. It was a fortuitous combination. I think he wanted to go to the Yankees and I think I think the dodgers and angels made representative bids he would have gotten three hundred million dollars from all three of the teams but when it was all said and done dear cold wanted wanted to be Anki and you know I love watching narratives die and the idea that he was only going to be on the West Coast. It's it is just such a crock. Doc Crafts never believed that like these guys want to things and I'm saying all of them. Do they want money and they WANNA win and they want money. Because money's it's awesome and they want to win because their competitors and they would not be what they are if they weren't that said Pittsburgh and Houston is not New York City And you know coal obviously does he have the stuff of If he does come up with let's say a non quality quality start against the red sox that he follows up with a non quality start in his first trip back to minute maid and then strolls into Yankee Stadium and has another does he have have that quality to just brush all that off and dominate. Anyway not only rich. Does he have this stuff I think he is personality. Wise one of the rare guys who actually could get even better when he goes to New York. I think he craves the moment I think. He thrives Fresher I think he loves being in that spot where you need to be the guy. He has been saddled with the first five years of his career career in Pittsburgh and he went to Houston and was unleashed and was a new man was with a team that was winning in a franchise That that was among the nest in baseball and we'll continue to be the astros among the best in baseball and not open something up at him and I think he's only going to get more New York because Brian Cashman and how Steinbrenner have put together dot and in terms of that. I mean the the young studs are all several years away from having to get paid free. Agency the judge and Sanchez and Torres Torres. Yeah I I mean you know. They're going to be cheap for the next couple of years. We're we're in the Yankees are GONNA run into problems though. Is You have two guys who are essentially getting paid. Six hundred fifty million dollars combined on their contract and Giancarlo Stanton and Garrett Cole and Stanton's you know exceedingly unlikely to opt out after next season so he's going to be a you know Well over over two hundred million dollars or excuse me I think one hundred ninety million dollars for the last seven years of that dealing Cole's got three twenty five thirty six a year coming for each of the next nine seasons. It's a pretty big chunk of change there for the Yankees so they're gonNA have to be creative to keep this core together but They kinda look about right now. They have to look at this small all window. You can't look in five year increments anymore. It's almost like a two year. Increment that you have to say okay if we have the opportunity to win. Now let's go out and do it. It's like football with a with a with a rookie quarterback that blossoms quickly before they have to pay them in a big fat contract. That saddles a cap. You'd better when you're championship in the first I five years. It's exactly like that hundred percent Iraq years talking about that in the lobby last night. How I it's what the angels have in Shohei? Oh Hey Otani you know. They had to pay him on a couple of million dollars to come over. Where if he were on the open market he probably would have gotten two hundred million? You have to take advantage of that time when players these are not getting paid market value. And that's what the Yankees are doing right now and giving all this money all right Jeff Passan here on e. from ESPN on the rich Eisen show. What's Rendong market looking? Like right now you know. The third base marquette rich is just in such quick and right now because you have a finite finite number of teams who want need elite level third baseman. And you've got a bunch of them who are actually available. Go Out and get rundown for you. Know Two hundred fifty fifty million dollars. You can go out and get Josh Donaldson Right now. The market for him is three times. Twenty five is looking for a fourth year you could go out and trade for Kris Bryant and you could potentially actually probably not but potentially out trade for Nolan aren't auto as well though the rockies are listening on him at this point so you've got four all star caliber third basement who or available. And if you're the Fear The Los Angeles dodgers for example and Justin Turner Zwilling move over to first base the Texas Rangers. And you need a big names. Move into new ballpark The Atlanta Braves and You have some salary room to spend that money if you're the Washington nationals WHO WANNA replace ran down there a lot of options out there and I think once one of them goes all of them are going to go but Everyone's just waiting for one team to make the first move. Love could be still in Marin market or that just the way that that ship episode because of the Strasbourg contract I mean they could it. It's GonNa be a really fun thing financially for them to do that. Because you've Strasbourg. Two hundred forty five million to give one hundred fifty. I mean that's a half billion dollar off the right there I know they won the world series And that's an awfully Awfully Nice thing to do. But is that a half billion dollar Bump for them now probably not and then a couple last one four year Jeff Passan. A bumgarner is a dodger is that is that a possibility for them to in turn to their longtime nemesis and as as we couldn't get cold. Let's turn a madison. Is that possible. Yeah I think it's possible. Orange markets. Really good right now. You know because of the financial level that he's at which is going to be around one hundred million dollars take that million He's got got suitors. Not just the dodgers but The twins are in on him. The the Blue Jays the white sox could be in on him. The braves The rangers I mean any number of team could go out and Cincinnati could go out and get him as bad guy who can be toward the top of Asian even talk to be colour. Stephen Strasburg it all right and then the last one for you. Jeff you've been you just said there's a lot of talking going on in the In the lobby there My my sound engineer. uh-huh Mike Del Tufo. Who rarely pays attention anything that comes out of my mouth or says anything Germane to the sports conversation? Just set out of the blue that that this was a the coal the Yankees wanted. They're stocking is that a phrase that you've heard anywhere. Do you think you might have picked that out. He swears he came up with that himself. Jeff Yeah I know that today. Scott Boras Dad jokes special right there used to be a Barracuda. Your parenting take thank. I appreciate the time brother. I know you're busy. Thanks for calling him care daycare. That's Jeff Passan Scott. Boras Dad jokes. I mean that is not down Scott. Boris Dad Jokes. Special is the full. That's a long one. I mean if we have a baseball fantasy baseball fantasies just way we can shorten it but I mean away time consuming on the list on the West. That's right all right. Look who just settled in on our green room couch right. There chose the football yet. The Bat dare you could do. You could have done it all you got the forty niners hats football friendly. That's Kevin pollock. The Marvelous Mrs Mazel is is available for streaming right now on Amazon prime. He is part of the cast. That just received yet another Sag nomination for Best Ensemble Cast Kevin Pollack wearing wearing his red his red Forty niners hat and shirt proudly. He is next right here on the rich Eisen show. Everybody's got to do list drop off the dry cleaning pick-up some milk. Okay here's an.

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When We Lose Weight, Where Does It Go?

BrainStuff

05:26 min | 1 year ago

When We Lose Weight, Where Does It Go?

"Hello. I'm Kevin Pollak. Yes that Kevin Pollock. What's that? I did save room for pie. Thank you. And may I offer you a slice of my new comedy podcast. It's called alchemy. This. I've gathered five hilarious improvisers. And each episode. I set the scene and the comedy gold fills your life with undeniable joy, be the first a yellow your friends about Kevin politics. New comedy podcasts. Alchemy this listen and subscribe at apple podcasts or on the iheartradio app or wherever you listen to podcasts. Welcome to brain stuff from how stuff works. Hey, brain stuck Lauren Bogle bomb here for many of us, humans our body size and shape are things influx from one month to the next depending on a host of factors both within and without our control our genes might be a little tighter or a little looser. Our question of the day is when we lose weight where does that lost weight go? The short answer is that our bodies convert molecules in fat cells to usable forms of energy, thus shrinking the cells. But getting this to happen isn't just about sweating to the oldies. Or however, you prefer to work out understanding how our bodies perform this tummy, trimming trick requires a little more detail. We know that weight loss. Hinges on burning calories. Calories are the measure of the potential energy in the food. You eat in the form of fats, proteins and carbohydrates. If our bodies were cars energy would be the gas. That keeps everything running lounging in front of the television is like cruising the strip while sprinting around to track is more like drag racing at maximum speeds in short more. Or work means more energy is needed. The body uses. Some of the calories we ingest to digest that very food. Once the food is broken down into its respective parts of carbohydrates fats and proteins it. Either uses the remaining energy or converts to fat for storage in fat cells, and as doctor who fans no fat cells live in adipose tissue, which basically acts like an internal gestation storing away fuel reserves to lose weight. You must burn more calories or energy than you consume to start using up that fuel reserve, essentially, if you're not ingesting enough calories to fuel your additional work. Your body must pull from fat stores. According to the law of conservation of mass matter is neither created nor destroyed, but it may alter its form through chemical reaction, essentially that tells us that while we lose mass in our bodies by burning fat. It doesn't just disappear. It's simply changes for him. When we eat the glucose and other sugars harnessed from carbohydrates are the first things our bodies use as fuel stores liver stores the glucose in the form of glycogen and releases it into the bloodstream as necessary to keep our bodies trucking long think of your bloodstream as an interconnected conveyor belt that takes necessary nutrients to the body parts that need them. Once that glucose runs out fat takes over harnessing energy by burning fat is referred to as ketosis. It works like this hormones, regulating our blood sugar levels, activate an enzyme in the blood vessels of fat tissue called lie pace, lie ignites, fat cells to release macromolecules called triglycerides, which are what makes fat cells bet triglycerides are made up of glycerin and three fatty acid chains when they received the signal from lipase to exit the fat cells the triglycerides break up into their respective components and enter the bloodstream for us the liver snatches at the glacier, all to break it down for energy, and some of the fatty acids moved to the muscles that can farm them for energy. As well. The action of breaking down triglycerides into usable energy is called like policies. Once the components of the glycerin and fatty acids are inside our muscle or liver cells. Organ hills called my Takao Andrea shuffle in reshuffle. There's compounds to harness their potential energy sorta like a furnace burns would the might Akande breakdown and recombine those components of our fat cells and produce heat water carbon dioxide and Denison triphosphate or ATP ATP halls potential energy in its molecular bonds for us when we exercise like inner cellular carb loading the water exits our bodies as sweat and urine, and we exhaled carbon dioxide. Now that the body has relieved at cells of some glycerin and fatty acids, the cells get smaller and sew sell buy-sell, our body shape changes. Today's episode was written by Kristen conger and produced by Tyler playing to hear more from Kristen out her podcast unladylike available wherever you listen to podcasts. And of course, to get the skinny on this and lots of other topics. Visit our home planet. How stuff works dot com. I'm Katie golden. I studied psychology and evolutionary biology at Harvard, and I pretend to be a bird on Twitter and my new podcast creature feature. We've you nature in man from a new perspective each episode asking comedian to get inside the minds of animals, so we can explore the startling connections to human psychology, you'll find blood bands and treachery that make game of thrones seemed like a dumb show for babies. Join this every Wednesday and subscribe on apple podcasts for on the iheartradio app or wherever you listen to podcasts.

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Why Does Hot Food Seem More Satisfying?

BrainStuff

05:47 min | 1 year ago

Why Does Hot Food Seem More Satisfying?

"Hello. I'm Kevin Pollak. Yes that Kevin Pollock. What's that? I did save room for pie. Thank you. And may I offer you a slice of my new comedy podcast. It's called alchemy. This. I've gathered five hilarious improvisers. And each episode. I set the scene and the comedy gold fills your life with undeniable joy, be the first yellow your friends about Kevin politics. New comedy podcasts. Alchemy this listen and subscribe at apple podcasts or on the iheartradio app or wherever you listen to podcasts. Welcome to brain stuff from how stuff works. Hey, rain stuff. Lauren Bogle von here. You know that ravenously hungry feeling you get after going swimming? It feels like you could go to an all you can eat buffet and make them rethink their business strategy, but although a salad or a granola bar or even the nice smooth. He would probably satisfy you a voice echoing out of the deepest recesses of your brain commands you to feed it something warm entire pizza perhaps or two giant Balza extra brisket. Please. There could be a lot of reasons why we crave warm foods when we're especially hungry, but one of them probably has to do with the link between smell and taste. We spoke with Dr Steven Sacher an associate professor in the university of Alabama department of biological sciences. Who studies the physiological design of digestive systems. He said hot food emanates much more airborne particles than cold foods. And since a large part of our taste sensation. Also involves smell hot food would therefore provide positive reinforcement and its selection. Just consider how quickly the smell of smoke from a barbecue can make you feel hungry or how no matter how tasty it will be a cold spot show. Simply doesn't stimulate the senses like a warm chilly. So even though we intellectually know that cold soup is going to be good in phila-. Sup are olfactory apparatus hasn't yet been appraised of the situation making it hard to get all the parts of the brain on the same Gus Baccio bandwagon, but smell may not be the only reason we crave a hot meal more than a cold one. Or rather it may signal a deeper reason since heating food on locks calories and nutrients, we wouldn't be able to get eating the food raw. And since our big brains are very calorie needy. Our preference for hot meals might have something to do with our brains steering us towards the most potential calories possible in the moment of hunger. According to Richard Wrangham, a biological anthropology at Harvard and author of catching fire how cooking made us human the important comparison is between foods that are cooked and differ. Only in temperature. He said. Hot food, very likely yields more net energy gain than cold food, partly because of changes in digest ability. One example is that starch becomes increasingly refractory after hot bread than cools. Which could be one reason why we like hot toast in the case of lipid, rich foods, the closer of fat is to its melting point when eaten probably the easier. It is digested however, Secker clarifies that chewing and the digestive process are both pretty good at unlocking nutrients. He said that once you've cooked hamburger, for example, eating it. Hot or cold would provide a negligible difference in calories consumed and digestion effort, but there's also the nostalgia factor. Smell is the most nostalgia triggering sense, researchers aren't entirely sure why this is. But they think it has to do with the physical way. Our brains handle information in the parts known as the limbic system. The limbic system includes the amid Dula which helps us process emotions the hippocampus which processes and stores memories and the olfactory bulb which. Passes sent input from our nasal cavity. There are direct connections. Among these three brain bits. Studies have shown that sense create more positive and more emotional senses of nostalgia than other triggers. And scientists think that's because of these close connections among sent emotion and memory in our brains while there might be some selected Dr hidden in our behavior to crave cooked food for nutritional gains are cravings and susceptibility to a rich sent in the air is very likely driven by a nice memory of the taste and smell of food right off the grill or the chicken soup that comforted you when you were sick a child, however, even small changes in temperature can make a big difference in how satisfaction food is perceived. It's important to remember that the texture foods and especially fats, like those cheese and cheese. Substitutes changes drastically within a relatively small temperature range, for example, cold pizza, delight or horror discuss. Today's episode was written by Jesulin shields and produced by Tyler playing for more on this and lots of other savory topics. Visit our home planet. How stuff works dot com. Hi there. I'm Josh Clark of stuff, you should know. And I've just released a new ten part podcast series called the end of the world with Josh Clark. It's about existential risks all the ways that we humans my exit wipe ourselves out with the amazing new technology were beginning to develop today, like artificial intelligence. Sure, it's heavy stuff. But it's also enormously. Interesting stuff and surprisingly the series turns out to be kind of inspiring to search for it on apple podcasts. And check out the reviews from people who are already listening. It also has a lavish soundtrack with sound design by Kevin sends Ocoee and a beautiful original score by point Lobo. If you're curious person in a fan of the deep dive, check out my new series the end of the world with Josh Clark. You can find it on apple podcasts

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"kevin pollak" Discussed on Dumb People Town

Dumb People Town

01:59 min | 2 years ago

"kevin pollak" Discussed on Dumb People Town

"Really now he was just twenty at the beginning of that whole thing he was wearing a utility belt at the end that thing did not always the previous record four twenty five right and an amazing twentyfive would have been right insane post on his instagram tuesday bruce wayne says quote and we'll get out of here on this it's not just the end of one adventure it's the start of a new one what is adult lookout hard world the trailer from the new batman movie i think chicken new adventure of the chicken salad komo he's extras that fine yeah because the coughing i can't hear you we can't hear you sounds like you're just running all right well before we get outta here you know occasionally we do have an we do have a pipeline to the great beyond and i can't believe we got this i cannot believe he left us a message but he heard we were talking about him peter falk has left us a message for the great beyond let's listen to it one new voice message i don't know i think it'd be i can't tell hello yes jeez i don't know what to say listen the show big fan and i one question which ones dan i mean look if you're going to ask a question i mean it is great that he didn't have just one more like one he thinks i'm dan yes that randy and dan and i just would love to have he called me shelly corn pet all right guys unbelievable kevin polly thank you so much watched it marvelous mrs mazel ryan still survey so he is so good in this and you guys will love him so much when you see this check that out hey by the way can people check out the any of the kevin pollack chat shows still is that that's a that's all.

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"kevin pollak" Discussed on Dumb People Town

Dumb People Town

01:42 min | 2 years ago

"kevin pollak" Discussed on Dumb People Town

"Yeah toyota celica does right let's look at tom selleck not that impressive then yeah that's not a great car now these this year of corvette if you wanna look it up i'll you town he's eighty four is essentially if you're from rochelle illinois like i am this is what's being in the parade yeah that's like a guy with a denim baseball hat is driving this in every local parade driving the mis mis mis pena yeah little guy who owns the strip club right got it and he's making payments he's he's still still picture one of those on fire and a missing lawnmower and we're back rivera said he he must have confessed because he first attempted to pour the fluid through a cracked window on the corvette but when that didn't work what do you think he did poured it all over up nope he opened the door and dump the gasoline on the seat i think he had to go through a cracked window in the first one is handprints on the door when they come to you're not an idiot wants to do it in an indus indiscreet way he opened the door dumped the gasoline on the seat by the parking car on the street and you leave the door only living edgewater remains and you're you're inviting trump to be burned trouble is in your life here essentially saying you are like a woman masturbating on a trade or saying come on the dig in my cars do does this couple had that they needed to park on the on the street on on the line i don't know yeah they said that he dumped all the gasoline on c then used a lighter to set it on fire police said revere then shut the door and walked away because he thought the fire the fire appeared small.

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"kevin pollak" Discussed on Dumb People Town

Dumb People Town

01:54 min | 2 years ago

"kevin pollak" Discussed on Dumb People Town

"Yeah they're like commercial mandated they're like we don't i love that he's like he said he couldn't find lighter fluid which means that he was like i did not set the fire however i couldn't find lighter fluid so i had to use a gatorade bottle full of gasoline that he said he had in his vehicle from a landscaping job so the guy who has a loan more stolen also has a landscaping john james is not anymore yeah this is why he's pissed yes sos ability to make more money which if i'm the couple who allegedly set it on fire right no reggie sold it yeah then i'm stealing his livelihood for a for the reason to hurt him yeah yeah that that is a deep cut yeah too which is why he feels like the corvette is their livelihood easy payback i i know know we're we're even even for nine that's biblical that's right he definitely through the match it's that now we're even doesn't feel like with corvettes there's a swath of years where they're great eightyfour is it it's in it's got to be were they weren't great the seventies held on some with some of the sting razors compares to sixty seven okay so so sorry smokey smokey and the bandit was a transam the core vet the corvette there's a stingray in my niche that's or great now gorgeous shit all right so there was a stingray corvette in my neighborhood and i think it is the coolest looking carve ever seen your case you know of them all right oh that's an eighty four vet yeah so that's similar to what magnum drove but not the bagster drove ferrari so the back is kind of cool but no that's not a good it's not good this these kind of the second the top one second to the.

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"kevin pollak" Discussed on Dumb People Town

Dumb People Town

01:31 min | 2 years ago

"kevin pollak" Discussed on Dumb People Town

"Police said they were called the home on queen palm drive or on eleven pm tuesday not a day that i would have thought a car was going to get started in reference to a vehicle fire a man who was home at the time of the fire said he saw his neighbor brandon rivera set his roommates nineteen eighty four chevrolet corvette on fire so that is a car but there's one thousand nine hundred four corvette that someone buys because they're like look at this amazing vintage car that i just found and i'm getting hurt there's a nine thousand nine hundred corvette the since nineteen eightyfour but jammed asked what this does yes yes he's lived in it twice so this i want to pay delivered to score tuesday night around eleven there's a man in a house and he sees that a corvettes on fire that corvette belongs to his roommate okay and it's an eighty four so how keep that in mind just i just being an adult and having roommates tells you write about them one of them's in florida in edgewater florida where i understand crazy in new york i got it it's an expensive place who grown men in florida live together and one of them has an eighty four corvette both of them have been divorced are both are going through a divorce the original odd couple i think i think oh i'm sorry the car belongs to a married couple who lives at the home.

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"kevin pollak" Discussed on Dumb People Town

Dumb People Town

01:34 min | 2 years ago

"kevin pollak" Discussed on Dumb People Town

"Listening written it's brilliantly written the show is very funny that all the performances are amazing you are incredible we've seen you in many things we've loved you in many things i think this thing that i love you in more than anything you've ever done and you told me a head of time this is in your wheelhouse this i monitor even said because i've been saying it to anyone who would listen and which now includes the cat i haven't done anything i've been this proud of in well over twenty years i've been gainfully employed don't make me say the number because they don't really know it now you eighty four films but i do know just looked at in the last twenty years and amy sherman palladino and dan palladino creators and writers of the show are reduncancies from gilmore girls and everything they've done but i love gilmore girls in started watching it with my twelve year old dahlgren loves it in such a you know like this is this a love this how much we love the show in fucking jewel it's like and it's a love letter to comedy and it's a love letter to new york and they're jews fiftyeight yes there's nine hundred fifty eight there's a moment where like when she's up doing stand up when they take around in one of the early episodes to look at all the stand up shows it makes us as comedians be like we gotta get up more we gotta get to stand up more i watch and i'm like we let us show about a woman in the nineteen fifties is making us say we gotta get up and do more standup crazy because she's just in real or dead relatives at rhenish month of his dad there follow great uncle and then our father by a business this is the business that we were in that we like went down and so he had a warehouse.

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"kevin pollak" Discussed on Dumb People Town

Dumb People Town

01:54 min | 2 years ago

"kevin pollak" Discussed on Dumb People Town

"Shane lawrence brennan the christmas dick of all along train is thirty eight years your your expression when he said said twenty six they must have i don't know you well enough it must've been the same as what are you an idiot wanna play poker with to tell because over the years of doing this with them i do react today right there was even a thing within poker which is you took a second beat to question right conscious of that so you're gonna mix pitches darvish all right eight years old he got thirty eight right let's take a break take a break when we come back when you hear more about kevin's great new show that's on the amazon's right back all right guys welcome back to dump people town hope you guys are doing well we mentioned last week's episode we're going gonna mention it again we are going to be in chicago doing a live don't people town sandwiched in between to stand up shows with dan at our friends bar the northbound i think it's at the north at north bar live is going out there's only three hundred seats that can be sold for the whole night and i think we love that you got something ear throat and then i had to clear might have what is that stupid that's right i blame the coke but i would like to talk to kevin pollack right now if you guys would just fucking let me for a second god you're all over me the marvelous mrs mazel let me just tell you why i love this show for somebody it hits like if there was a sklar wheel it just hits so i'm jay you can show listening.

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"kevin pollak" Discussed on Dumb People Town

Dumb People Town

01:35 min | 2 years ago

"kevin pollak" Discussed on Dumb People Town

"Right doesn't seem like the type also said i probably before yeah i love that he was so concerned about how clean he wanted out in the wind but i gotta clean sticking his penis in the mouth of a woman who well he did it in a bid like i said in a bid quote to clean myself up after the sexual activity quote this is straight line for him in the next line quote i got a blowjob on the train and i was rinsing my cock off he told officers hey guys we're friends right now he's like getting too personal fifty four on a wednesday guys what else do you do brenning brennan was allowed to leave the location on the condition he not returned for at least two hours that in the way of like yeah i didn't have enough money on my metro card so i just bought a new what how about these cops in her story that are like we gotta figure out somebody how about this i leave i don't come back for two hours that's good enough for us on your way yeah we're not going to get everybody hung up on this christmas time to great sense i mean technically you're involved in a crime of court documents said off go ahead you take two hours walk around think about it for taking a standing we got down here court documents said officers reentered the station to ascertain further details when they came across the female with whom brennan had had the sexual liaison as she exited the station the woman who is well known to police confirmed brennan's story who owned though now police need a little more there.

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