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Jay Leno

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He loves to work above pretty much everything else so it won't surprise you to learn if he's spending what could be his retirement making a television show. It's called Jay Leno's garage it airs on. CNBC and it's not by accident that Jay has been doing this as long as he has is. He still a disarming interview still charming and Witty and quick on his feet. He's hilarious. He is very very good at what he does. Here's the episode from the newest season of Jay Leno's garage. He's talking with Charlie. Sheen and they're chatting about Charlie's role in the one thousand nine hundred eighty six car movie. Remember your kid. Who is when you come back as a car. It's it doesn't make a lot of sense to me still but it's a true stories obviously interested yes yeah. I've come back as this car but as a spirit wraith right to to seek revenge on the road gang that killed me of course all right okay my my brother works at a burger joint. My Ex love interest is now with the leader the gang so this is based on your own family hundred percent yeah you know because this is about the time platoon coming out right yes of course the Kademi award award-winning film. I shot this pit. Stop on the way to the Philippines to make La- tune so this came out in the theaters before platoon right came out and Oliver actually they went Oliver Stone wanting to saw it in the movie theater and called me so angrily afterwards. Why do you think this is going to ruin. He says you cannot do films like this. What is this movie about. What are you a car your car and perhaps you've ruined platoon jalen welcome to bulls. I'm really glad to have you on the show. Thanks that it was probably the most enthusiastic thank you ever received. Appreciate it well. I'm I I'm absolutely delighted that you've arrived at my door in costumes Jay Leno that's right. That's right. You're wearing your signature denim on denim. Yeah you know people say why this well. It's just because people we'll see you and that is a joke. They like one year is a joke. The writers gave me fifty two shirts one for every day of the week okay. Thanks you guys okay and then like every every sponsor. Oh we know you like Oh. We gave you a denim thing with our coca. Cola put emblem and I cut the emblem off and just wear the shirt so ultimately I I have at last count five hundred eighteen to these shirts and I think four hundred twelve pairs of jeans I'm not I'm not GonNa lie to you Jay. I've never met you in person. This is the first time I met you in person. You look very handsome in the shirt. I thank you thank you very much. Look very handsome. Compliments here is especially with the Silver Fox thing. You've got going on and that's really intentional. The Silver Hawks thing did you famous for driving around Los Angeles in unusual motor vehicles such shoe. Did you come here in a regular car or an unusual came here regular car because you don't bring anything unusual downtown. La Believe me you don't that's that's only for Burbank Yeah Yeah. It's really just yeah my cars. Leave going to big circle and then go back to the original location so I you know if they don't know where I'm going. I just take a regular car. I think a lot of people who are automotive enthusiasts are into like the most powerful fastest car or the car that projects the image image of the most power in fastness. Whether it's you know an Italian sports car or a you know an American muscle car. You're very well known for loving living cars from the brass era I like every kind of I liked noble failures. I like cars that were ahead of their time in their time. That didn't in quite make it you know yeah. I like anything unusual like you know my buddy of mine. He lives in. He lives in Holland. He has my favorite car car. It was it's called the Swan car. It was built for an Indian Maharajah and it has giant Swan head but this wanted is very the angry it shoots boiling water on pedestrians if they if they get out of it you present and it goes out of the mouth come to stream of scalding hot water view the people would literally so he would drive this thing with this big swan hand in the front and when people got close to the car he just press the button and and this boiling hot would come out in skull. The puppy ends of the street. They're horrible thing but it just it just made me laugh as great card AH perfect for. La Really you grew up to first and second generation immigrant parents write. Your father was Scott. Your mother Wisconsin town the funniest combination. It is a very unusual I mean. The Scots are known for their you know cold weather hardiness. Yeah you know the funny part was when I would go to my aunt Nettie House. That was my mother's sister. Would you scungy me like a school in it. She gave me the stale biscuit and then she'd say would you like Coca Cola Jimmy and she kept it in the cupboard and she'd say you know Jamie. It tastes tastes the same whether it's not seem refrigerated costs money it silly to put Coca Cola frigid and then she'd pour me this Kokin all the phys were becoming out of it as she port and I get the stale biscuit you know and I it was horrible. Then I go to the Italian side all my the Zonta in meatballs and it was funny because I was has always pulled in two directions you know as a little kid scotch people. They've got genie cheapie. Look at the Waist Jamie the Italian people only eight people here. There must be thirty five meatballs. That's that's crazy Jimmy to waste food like that. It's terrible thing you know and then the Italians have scotch people. They're all cheap Jane and whatever here five dollars you know and and both sides love me me equals. I guess but it was just funny to watch them. Each try to win me over with their own particular philosophy of of how life was and how you should live your life and it was just a just a funny experience. Just this is why this current situation with the immigrant thing just makes me so angry. Now living in America makes you inherently lazy and you always need that new blood to come in all the time when I used to go Jay walking. You know we'd not doors and ask people questions. I remember when to one the house and the grandfather who spoke only Spanish and he was dressed. Although he's of his house he had a sport coat on not expensive for anything but he he was dressed nicely and then his son who spoke Spanish and English came to the door to explain his father's and he was just kind of like I dress and then I met his teenage son who had like a F. U. T. Shirt on it some Kinda hat and he spoke no Spanish and he's had some video game but his hand wasn't paying attention and it just made me laugh to watch this degeneration as you become more American you get seduced by pizza and hamburgers and cars and rock and roll and it just to watch it sort of frivolous fairly fluid away you know and I it just it just I. I always remember that just made me laugh. You know you had an older brother who y went to Gail Law brothers in the service and so on and so forth and US ten years old if I remember right right it's going to be what are you gonNA. WanNa do with. Jr's remember my parents haven't that's. What are you going to do with James. I was like because I was not I was not I was not a good student in fact when I was in High School Guidance Counselor 'cause my mother and she says I'm sitting there. She Goes Mrs. Let let me ask. You haven't taken Jay out of school. No ought to teach you how to schooling in where he works at McDonalds. Doesn't you know they have that McDonnell university he could go to they would teach them how to make change. I'm going hey I'm in the room. Hey Hello and then he said something. That's to this day makes me laugh. He said you know Mrs. Leno education is not for everyone. Hey what are you doing so when I got the tonight show I actually voted Mr to kneel who was my guidance counselor at the time to come sit in the audience and I singled him out and I told that story just very funny doesn't sound funny to be it but it doesn't sound like a funny thing to have experienced. Oh it's please. It's alright. It's you know I was always pretty off off the cuff. I was no I'm. I'm pretty thick skin so it was. It just made me laugh. I'm sitting there. You Know Mrs Leno Education's not for everyone go hey. I'm in the room but I mean like re. Were you even thick-skinned like as a God knows I wasn't that I'm not that exciting now but I wasn't when when I was a teenager I mean I'm sure it affected me more than that. Well put it this way. It's it's funny in the telling. After you've been successful this I'm sure or if if if I was digging dishes and then guys scouser told me sounds told me to go dig ditches you know how did do you feel about it. Then though I don't really remember it was just another sort of water off the back type of thing all right. KFI My mother you know you gotTa do better okay. Mom will do better in school. Oh you know one of those deals. You know I mean it seems like you really I mean particularly for a comedian you know I think there are a lot of a hardworking folks folks in showbusiness. Sho- businesswomen exists without a ton of hard work but I think it's particularly I stand up like you really committed your life too hard hard work early yeah I mean I was. I mean like I said. You'd have to work twice as hard as the other kids to get the same thing and I would see that you know we go down in New York. Maybe I would drive down four nights a week five nights a week out of Boston to audition a comedy clubs when you were in college at Emerson College and you line up at like six o'clock to get an eleven o'clock spot and I remember sitting in line and guys in front of me. Go screw this. I'm not standing and they'd walk. I go good. I move up okay. Thank you and that always worked for me and I realized as I got older you know. It's not that I'm any smarter. It's just most people don't have the patience or the attitude or whatever to stick this out and that's you know I always looked. It's show business is a business not as a as a party thing. You know I mean I would when I was hosting the tonight show every night. You go home and you write the next day's monologue that night you don't go to Laker Games. You don't go to movie premieres you just write the jokes and when I would watch competitors for the most part they would do jokes for the first couple of months and then gradually they wouldn't have monologue. Hey y'all doing tonight. Good Yeah Yeah. We we gotta show for you tonight. Ah they really weren't saying anything to me. I realized that will never about me was about the jokes I always remember. One Guy said to me like you but I like some of the jokes you tell it pretty really funny. Okay great then. I realize it's about the product if they don't like you well. That's too bad. You're trying to make him like you but they don't like you. Hopefully they'll like the product and that's what I always worked for me. When you were coming up in stand up in Los Angeles Carson was pretty much a kingmaker like yeah exactly of everything he was yeah. Did you admire him as a performer as much as I always like any comedian that look normal normal and was funny without props you know I was never a big fan of the flower that squirts water in the lapel and all that kind of crap you know Zany Anush Zany wacky. I like people who just sort of started talking and Oh wow this is really funny. You know this is really good. You know what you know is shockingly. I mean for somebody like he retired when I was a kid so I only have like vague memories having watched them on tv a few times at when I like when he was on TV but watching his work now I'm struck by what Ah cool presence. He is very much being the host of the most important show and I don't. I don't mean like necessarily like well. See don't Oh forget before him. Comedians are usually funny looking right or if not funny looking odd looking like like Rodney like henny young men the Milton Berle with the mugging in the faces. He was had a boyish charm. That really worked worked he. Could you know back in the day. He could sell what you would call a racy joke something nobody else could get away with. He could get away with it because he had that sort impish boyish charm you know now. He's very very good and a lot of times. He didn't get the credit. You know people have said to me well when Johnny did there. Were only three networks he the only thing I know they put everything against him whether it was Merv Griffin and was Keith Brazil and I mean the new Jack Parr and I mean all these people and nobody nobody nobody could take him out he was he was really really the best. Did you think of him that way. As a time oh I thought it was very good yeah. I thought he was the one I admired most. Yes I mean I I remember in my high school graduation San. I'm going to go to California and hopefully be hosted tonight. Show I said no that's GONNA. Do you know everybody thought I was crazy. So at the reunion now I was a big hero. I mean that is crazy. That's crazy. Plan is a crazy point. It works for you. That is a crazy. They're not wrong longed for me but you know it's it's like if you have a thousand people throwing dice and Vegas. Eventually one guy is gonNA. Whoa he's GonNa think there's some magical adjective thing here because he he made it all the way through you know and that was Kinda. Lucky that way. We'll continue my interview with Jay. 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Hello there ghouls and gals. It Is II pro-war. I'm here to take you through the twisty scary heart pounding world of Genre Cinema on the exhilarating program known as switch lease the concept is so I invite a female filmmaker on each week and we discussed their favorite favorite genre film listening closely to hear past guests like the Baba duck director Jennifer Ken winter's bone director Debra Granik and so many others there's every Thursday on maximum dot tune-in if you did ed actually a very thought provoking show that deeply explored the craft and philosophy behind nfl making process while also examining film through the Lens of the female gaze so like you should listen switch. Please Mr you're listening to bowls. I'm Jesse Thorn when I'm in the studio with Jay Leno the longtime host of the tonight show now the host of Jay Leno's garage it's in its fifth season on CNBC NBC. How did you get the job as guest host of the tonight show. How did I get the Job Yeah. I mean obviously you were a very well respected standup comedy guest house. I remember at the time they were. It was about eight or nine people guest hosting and most of them had the same manager and the manager called me and said listen. WE'RE GONNA go to network and WE'RE GONNA ask for twenty five thousand dollars a show to host and I said you know I'm asking for five hundred eighteen dollars show that was scale. He goes well. That's stupid. I I don't know that's he goes. Look we can get it twenty five thousand dollar show okay now. All the guests hosts were about equal to each other out doing fine rating wise well. I knew Janis Company company paid for this show so Leno's doing okay what's his rants. Okay and what's this guy getting okay. This guy wants twenty five thousand and then once five hundred and eighteen. Why don't why are we going to let them? I mean it's very simple very simple. I never looked at I never once asked for a raise TV. I forgot was any good. I always lived on the money. I made his standup comedian. That was my thing that that's what I do for a living. That's my profession. If I'm lucky lucky enough to get a job in TV I will bank that money and I will save it and I will use it somewhere else but I'm going to live on. What I make is a performer because they you'd say that you're not hungry. Anymore is the day you're not funny anymore the day you're you're out of it you know so even though. I had a ton of money in the bank I always acted like I was broke on the road. I'd Love Oh my twenty five dollars a day per diem and I would just sort of do that and I mean it's just psychological. You know if I didn't if I didn't work as a comedian. I didn't think I made anything because because the TV money would just automatically go into some bank account somewhere or something I I know. This sounds stupid but it is ridiculous it is but but it worked for me and what I what I understand is like the idea that I mean doing. Comedy is ridiculous so I mean I. I really understand the idea that in order to do something this hard and it really is hard hard. You have to have a little bit of the fear of God like you have to be. You have to be running from a dragon to get top speed a little bit well yeah. That's probably beat show but you know Seinfeld. I have discussion all the time I remember. Jerry and I were talking one time and said what if we took a vacation and we liked it then. We're screwed route. That's right. You're screwed now. If you're sitting on a beach I mean obviously there are downsides to this. I mean I live in beverly the hills. I have a pool. I've really never been in because every time I get to the pool. I hear that Boston Voice. What what are you. Mr Cool now will oh you sit in the pool in Beverly Hills. How do you not broken here. You got nothing need fixing really where you're going to sit in a pool. That's why people go by. You wave now. You're right. You're right. I cannot bring myself to go on. This just becomes to the point where it's I just feel as if that's the ultimate not now you've sold out now. You're lazy. You're sitting in the pool. I I mean the detail that I remember most vividly from reading the late shift. Was the detail of your wife going on vacation without you so I said I'll send her. A whole graduating class to Europe to me is like a bad day at Disneyland. I can't stand it but it's not like no but see I have a great marriage with the married forty years and and I love her and it's wonderful so it's not like Oh but she likes to me. That's just right now. I'm not suggesting that you would that your wife would go on vacation without you because you don't like each other but simply because you just don't see the value of clean on the value of going on sorry going to do a stand up gig in Fresno. What am I doing. It's worth well see that's the thing though because when I was broke I was was really broke and he used to sleep in an alley off forty fourth and ninth right in the middle a hell's kitchen and I remember seeing through the alleyway dykes lumber yard yard which I believe is still there and I remember sleeping in that alley and it was one of those alleys in relieve me. Hell's kitchen was way worse in the seventies indies than it is now and prostitutes bring jobs into the alley and I'd be like sleeping in the corner. You just hear the most horrible horrible to say. I'm just sitting at cry my eyes out one night just saying Oh man this is my life now really wanted to sleep in alleys and it just I. I just thought if I ever make it. I am not going to turn down jobs. I'm not going to be how much they pay. No that's not enough. I'm sorry you know I think what am I doing on Tuesday this worth this kind of money so that's probably the low self esteem thing. That's where it comes in and that probably AIDS in your success when you were guest hosting the tonight show. Would you have in your mind going to host the tonight. Show and Johnny Carson Retires No. I thought that would be a nice thing. I mean I mean you had told your our way out of highschool your later. Everything was sort of going that way but no I mean. I thought that would be nice. If it happens. I mean I became the permanent guest host which was a lot of time because Johnny was all fifteen weeks a year. You're so I kind of worked out so it seemed like the logical thing Dave was doing his show and you know people always think oh you stole the show I did I was I was a guest host for five years. I was on every night and NBC's mine they had successful show at twelve thirty the extremely successful with Dave and it's accessible show lengthier me guest hosting if they pulled me out move dave down why have no choice but had to go somewhere else or they could keep. I mean I think in some ways day was the victim was success that way because that's I think that was the networks thinking. There was no who who you know 'cause. It's all their choice. I WANNA play a clip of you on Letterman's show now the late night okay not allege. That was my favorite time of my life doing that show with Dave and I think you're I mean I you know I was the kid then only watched it on. You know bootleg. VHS tapes we'll send me in nineteen ninety nine or whatever but in these days a lot of it's on youtube right but you know you were many many people's fave on that show because the two of you while the funny show so continent. Mike really all the front dave was an equal with Johnny. I would always call Mr Carson Carson Jack John and I just I didn't grow grow up in an era where your parents friends you call them by their first name. It was just awkward and I couldn't go to Johnny Nice Tie Pal. You know it was like yes. It's from mclovin collection very loving collections with Letterman. I see I was I always knew what used to drive letterman nuts and my favorite thing I always get like a huge huge meatball sandwich or something and I'd hide in the hall and when I saw Dave coming down to make up I just end the whole each Ezekiel. Huck your ten. How can you eat that day. ooh. Why should they bring meatball sandwich out on the set day would be you know hilarious because Davis truly awkward. I mean hilariously awkward. You know I mean the definitely Dave and I when I made the tonight. Show my own. We brought the audience right up close and I would shake hands with people people in the crowd. I remember David Really Funny Bit when I say I want to shake hands of people in the crowd and he was behind a big plastic wall and he put his hands through the hole in wall to gloves in it and then he would shake hands with the gloves with few I mean that was the difference that was his version of making fun of what I did you know and it was very funny and he very famously aimlessly in the course of his program kind of winnowed the number of staff members with whom interacted down to the down to the barest which honestly as the owner owner of a company with twenty seven employees. I love all my employees. They're wonderful people amazing people including the winter sitting right on the other side of that glass but like I totally understand like I there's a part of me that would rather just work under my desk so no one can look at me. I get get home with my dog on my lap. Let's play. Let's play Jay Leno my guest on late night with David Letterman in the mid nineteen eighties yeah. What do you do for entertainment when you're on the road. It's lonely isn't it. Oh it's lonely. It's Rambo and come on the genocide movie. How about you. It'd be wise all the movie. I read the book which wasn't actually a book. It was a two page to page pamphlet. I got from the John on Birch Society and just kind of a simple thing. Rambo opens fire page to the end. You know you know what I love. I love when foreign countries get very self righteous about the United States like England now wants to ban Rambo because they feel the movie condones American style violence next along with meeting. Go back and reshoot some of the scenes in a soccer uniform. Make it a little easier for them. I can't believe forgotten all that material actually pretty funny yeah. It's pretty solid I. I really like I mean you know. Genocide is fundamentally tragic etc but I like the idea that genocide is something that let's do the gang's all here. The real trick is no letterman sensibilities. Sensibilities and Letterman is an excellent wordsmith. He was always a great wordsmith and to me. I always get annoyed at comics. I am not against obscenity. It's fine. I just find it boring. I don't find it as a punchline. Here's somebody call somebody in a whole. That's not really funny. So when Dave I always to try to come up with names that would I know he would laugh at us at the carnival may have these syphilis druids running dry run on the right say they have no shirts on and he would would go Leonard Druids. It's right David and he and I would just go back and forward over that all the time. Maybe the greatest connoisseur of like a super flat word dislike that way. I mean I remember one time. We're talking. I never even got to the punchline but it was. I said you know the old Manson place the other day just to see some of the got all the old Manson. Oh you know it hasn't changed. Dave you know since sixty nine and we just started with. Dave kept repeating what I would say over and over again. It was just very funny it. There's a lot of fun. I don't know how many people are close with David Letterman but the two of you had known each other for a really long time and weren't at the very least least friendly colleagues. Do the two of you ever talk about the tonight show before Carson retired. I think Dave took a pretty hard when he didn't get it. I think so too to characterization sure sure yeah. It was one of those you know it's interesting. I like to think it worked out well because he got the critical acclaim and I got the popular vote and we each left with something okay. I was the guy you know the gut. The highest rating Nice Number Day was the acerbic guide sharp and all the critics loved him the best and that's okay. I mean that's fine. You can't everything but Yeah I. I say. That was extremely difficult for him. I don't think he hated me. I think he hated the way it turned out and I became the butt of a lot of the jokes folks and stuff and the reason I asked if the two of you had ever talked about it before Carson retired is because it feels to me only having read about it you were there but it feels to me only having read about it that like it was there was an an absence of communication between two friends about something who shared this same goal of which only one person can have it and maybe you thought you know this is my dream. I hope they pick me and he thought maybe that they you know they had already implicitly picked him. Maybe you thought they had already implicitly permanent guest. What happened was I think Dave did not get along with the suits at NBC yeah and I think there was a lot out of he would mock them on the air all kinds of stuff and they took it pretty seriously. I remember one executive said to me. You know I didn't WanNA. Put Up the twenty years of that. I went okay. I guess that was you know and Jack. Welch was a pretty Jack. Welch was running. NBC At the time the head guy and he made decisions and he would go pretty hard at the company enjoyed. It wasn't like I think in later years he would joke about the CBS Primetime lineup right successful in a kind of relatively gentle way most people aren't mocking their own network and relatively gentle but he would go pretty hard in the on late night at the company in general right right right well yeah and and I think that that played a role in a two but ultimately all of it comes down to finances. It's where they think they can make the most money and that's really it's a business decision. You know the idea that one one person will you stole the show well. If I'm so smart. How did I lose it. In the first place I would always have the ridiculous ridiculous theories that the network doc had to pay me one hundred and fifty million all they didn't and they don't do that. You know it's just the only thing I ever had was different than anybody else. Had I always had a pay. A and play contract not pay or play people love pair play like so if you don't work they have to pay you and my attitude resorts. If if you don't work you had no value. Oh you to them so they just paying you just go away. Just get Outta here. We don't even want you anymore so I never took money for not working so all my contract. If I had a five of your contract they had to keep me on the played-out. Was it hard to enjoy the fact that you had achieved the dream of have teenage Jay Leno given that you were surrounded by public weirdness and especially given that it was an with an ultrasound yeah. It was hard to but I again I didn't. I never tried to believe the good stuff and I never tried to believe the bad add stuff so I mean you know what's funny. This is the greatest time in my life right now. I'm just having a ball a comedian now and I'm well know when you start most comedians to tell you. They'll say it took me five minutes but I got him up there twenty minutes before I got him or I never got him but there's always a time when you got him. Now you got them. The Mitch Walk Out on stage. You just have to keep them which is actually easier and and in and more and more fun. Yeah I've done a lot of comedy shows for fans of mine yeah and it's a very different experience than when my comedy partner her and I hosted a show at the Ice House for a month or two two strangers. You'd like people who like you going in. It is dramatically different right right but the affirmation of strangers is the greatest thing about being a comic. You don't want your friends in the audience and radio. It's almost it's not impossible. Make the jump from from radio to stand up but in some ways it is because radio my favorite thing is when I go to a town and hey jay the breakfast flakes. They're going to open for you in in the morning the morning zoo. They got how long do twenty five minutes right so you guys got. Hey Jay. We do five hours every morning. Okay I think we can do twenty minutes. Okay Great. I'm sitting there. They're out there two minutes. Okay please walk up Jila Jake because it's the exact opposite officers of having an act well. Having an act is the economy of words. It's the ability to have a joke every six to nine seconds but taking every six or nine seconds anything longer than that the boy they get a little bored so you've just gotTa keep it boom boom boom and my favorite okay here's his when you hear a Dj they were talking to this. You know here in the United States of America the greatest country in the world by the way I think we all agree with that or you know here in the US okay but you as a DJ. You're watching the clock. He got five hours to fill you. Just gotTa keep you gotTa keep the words coming and whether funny you're not you've got. You've got space to fill whereas a STANDUP. You've gotTa have jokes in every one of those spaces or you're just you're following the most legendary legendary late night television host in American history when you took over the tonight show right and somebody that you personally admired and professionally admired was there. Were there things that you thought are going to be the Jay. Leno things about well tonight. Show started. We were live live live for the first two or three weeks which means no edit no cue cards no nathen. I just had to I you just memorize the monologue because it was you know it was it was weird when I took over because there's a lot of animosity and you know I brought in kind of a different band and you know always just it was just a lot of animosity and and in some ways it was made especially tricky by the fact that I I don't know whether we're following the summer. Olympics whatever it was but there was some reason we were live live so the monologue had to be within six or ten seconds or when it needed to be and all of that you know so you had to keep all those balls in the air at the same time so it yeah it was. It was tricky tricky but I I. I like like pressure. I I work well under pressure. I like having a deadline. I liked that I liked pressure. What did you think was going to be different about the way that you did things. I had no idea I had no idea you just go out and you do what you try and find the things that work for you. The headlines always worked for me. Jaywalking worked for me initially. It didn't work work because I was doing johnny show Johnny Stage and in those days the tight shows set was here and then about thirty to forty feet away. You had these seats. It's a little bit went straight up like in a Broadway theatre almost like you're hanging and it was such a weird thing to look up to look up in this in the air and see the audience. I mean look normal on TV because Johnny's head would be high but you everybody was up there and and I just felt uncomfortable and we went to New York. I said to Don Omar's. Can we just move the people literally. Put Him on the stage. So what I walked out. I could shake hands and I could you know and I could see people's faces. Jason see the rise in his Co.. Suddenly it became much more normal to me and that's what we did. We eventually built a set so I had real close contact with people in necessary. I mean you're much warmer performer than Carson ever was and I don't mean that as a criticism of Carson I just talked about how amazing it. It was how cool he was like your well. I generally like people you know. I like to talk to people I find people pretty funny. I am very optimistic. Missing Person I think ultimately people do the right thing. I know that sounds naive but I you know I read this thing once at one in every six hundred people as a criminal and if you live in villages six hundred people you don't catch the guy you gotTa crimewave because this guy's every day and we have a cottam and it seems like everybody's evil terrible no that guy. It's just get that guy and you're fine and that's my that's why I've always been you know I always you play an audience audience like it's an orchestra. You'd learn how to read crowd. You know I remember once. I had a Hillary Clinton joke. I it's escapes me what it was when she was running for president. Sir and I didn't like the laughing because the audiences laughing I felt they were laughing at it because she was a woman and not because she was a candidate. It was kind of joke where I went. I would hear Ya like a real male guttural. I said Oh man I just I just didn't didn't like so I took the joke out and I was better for you. Know and that's what it's like you you learn how to how to play an audience like it's an orchestra you. WanNa have to me. The perfect audience is male female black white every kind of there's no. There's every kind of personality. Keep you honest so you're not doing gay jokes because the K- eight group over here are female jokes the worst kind of audiences when you do like an all male business conference and it's all just guys and huts huts the worst because I tell my act to appeal to just a little bit of everybody you know. I'm a very happily married guy talk about that so that now I get a certain warmth of feel from this part of the crowd and he just learned it is it is like an officer you look out and you see this vast and you try to get a certain kind of laugh a certain certain feeling going and people walk away from the show and they like you because there are a lot of comedians that people think are real funny but they don't like the person they just think that guy's got some funny jokes may seems like a mean guy won and that's fine. That's your persona but that's not mine. You know the idea is if you if they like you you have a job. That's not that funny. They'll roll with you. They'll turn it over to you. Get to the next show. If that makes any sense you did twelve minutes to fourteen. Fourteen minutes of monologue jokes the whole time you were hosting the show. That's a quick Jillian jokes well. The thing you realize is there are only eighteen guests in the whole world mean anything anybody else's just filler reality star people or whatever and I always tell people whenever they i. I know some people have had daytime. Talk shows that failed the smartest one was Allen. Allen is a comic she comes out and she has something to say the there's value are you in her words because people now we watch this we will laugh and inevitably they are right. You know that's what it is. You've got you've got to entertain them. No I WANNA stare to see you there there to see the product that you manufacturer we'll wrap up with Jay. Leno when we come back from a quick break it's Bullseye for maximum fun dot org and NPR. This message comes from NPR sponsor smartwater. Smart Water is for the curious drinkers the ones who are always looking for ways to make things a little bit better. 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I'm the host of the newly rebooted podcast cast formerly known as international waters designed to resolve petty but persistent arguments like this how by pitting two teams of opinionated comedians against this teach other with Trivia and Improv Games of course winner takes home the right to be rights. What podcast be this troubled waters where we disagree. Disagree is Bulls Eye Jesse Thorn. I'm here with Jay. Leno he is of course he's Jay Leno. He posted the tonight show for decades. He wears denim shirts with blue jeans. He likes cars. He's hosting a show on CNBC. These days called Jay Leno's garage. It is a lot have fun. Let's get back into the interview when you're I run as the host of the tonight show and Ed you ended up hosting a ten o'clock show before the tonight show hosted by Conan O'Brien and by then I think you had made some like professional changes in your life in an attempt to avoid like I mean that you had like are you you didn't you weren't you didn't have an agent manager in age of twenty thirty five years okay and that was all gone by ninety two okay and I think part of your goal there was to avoid the kind of acrimony from and pain that had happened previously in your career well fire it was to avoid somebody's speaking for me right to me. I don't really care about the money. What are you GonNa do to settle this. WHAT DOES PROBLEM I. I'm one of those people. I don't like to go onstage unless every problem is solved problem solve. I have a clear conscience. I have a clear head. You know I believe in Karma. I believe what you give out. You get back every time. I've done something thing wrong or something against my nature. It's always come back at me tenfold in a horrible way and I always try to avoid that so it's like yeah. What are we GONNA DO I. I know even if I'm not at fault look. I apologize inside this happened. Can we move forward okay. Thank you very much to shake hands and everything has dropped for. Oh that's just my way. That's just an easier way. 'cause it's hard to do comedy when something's on your mind if you feel you've really hurt somebody or somebody some pain. Hey you wanna get that settled when he get that cleared up before you before you take the stage. Did you anticipate the pain that came out of. Have you taken that ten o'clock. Show know what it was was they were going to give that show the they'd come to me once when I'm just sitting there one day and oh combines. Oh Okay we want you gone. I say but guys I'm stuck here for five years okay so you had in other. You had a for people who don't remember didn't know you had a deal to you had to basically a five year contract to finish to do the tonight. Show I think the idea coenen basically to keep CONAN around. They gave him a five year contract with the promise that at the end of the five years you will take the tonight show. That's what what it was. That's what it was yeah yeah but then at at the end of that you took you took a show at Tan well what it was was Connor was doing great at twelve thirty thirty then Craig Ferguson came on and then Craig Ferguson started to do well in some cases may have been got an early actual numbers but okay okay then that were came to me and they said you think you'll go to ABC or something. After this leaves I said well. I'M NOT GONNA lie to either talking to me. They want to move over there. I said how about a ten o'clock show. I said well it's ten o'clock. Show won't work. It's I think that'll work and they said well. I'll tell you what we'll pay your staff the next year and a half whatever it is guaranteed them everything and everybody in my staff. I had the same people for twenty three years. I I don't turn over writers. I don't turn over over produces. My thing is he's treat people right. You can make a good army out of anybody can make a soldier out anybody if you treat them properly my thing. I always got there at seven thirty hours the first one in the last one out and I have my office is dead in the middle of the the room it wasn't you know the executive producer had the room the bathroom and all that kind of stuff because I just sat down. I wrote jokes. When people saw okay then they appreciated the fact that I was putting the same amount of time as they were and anybody buddy anybody could stop the train when I did it? They could just pull the cord and go okay. What's the problem. Is You know my apple got stolen either figure I. Let's take care of the Apple. Okay Stop the tonight show. Show you know you have some fun with it. I can't wait but people we treat everybody with respect so when it came along near the last couple of years we we have to salary I took a salary cut to keep everybody on board so they all like that and when they when they heard if I took it ten o'clock show they can all work for another a year and a half they said would you do. I said let's do it so we did it. Fox are ABC. I mean the the there were other networks. That would have fired you to host an eleven o'clock. I know L. but you know would've would've gladly brought your staff with you as well. I'm sure well no see my staff couldn't have gone because they they all have individual contracts with NBC NBC and they could've gone taken somewhere else or it. Wasn't that easy and plus. I'm a very loyal person. I'm the you know. The you have is probably going to be better than the one you're GonNa get and that was always my thing. I I liked the executives I work with the ones making the top decisions. I didn't know but the ones that Ha- all right so okay so they'll do a ten o'clock show okay fine so clock show and that starts another whole thing problems I got had accused of because shows like law and order and stuff for non anymore and then that was that was my fault and I was this was this was a big deal. Well Yeah Plan. NBC's was a big swing for them and their idea was cut costs yeah and then it producing big dramas at ten o'clock do a earlier version of the tonight show. I mean I remember them. I just happened to have read an article. not happened to. I was researching for this article. Well I read an article in the in the maybe the New York Times or something from from the time that that quoted in an NBC executive saying like look don't don't quote me on this asked but if he did a one point five we'd still come out ahead which you know this was when network television still doing pretty good numbers but their their their idea was that because it was so much less expensive to produce it would be you know you wouldn't have to you know you'd have to do pretty good a few million people to watch but yeah well the thing that really screwing curtis otherwise the local affiliates complained because there's a bad lead in the eleven o'clock news so they wanted me to move the monologue to the end of the show so people would say watch the monologue go rhino well that does it work stupid idea so the whole thing sorta went down the tubes and and then Conan show is not doing that well either which somehow was my fault. Apparently you know well. I mean for this. I mean the further in part I mean in in part because our lead in show he's trying to figure it out but also in part because you know for the same reason that the affiliates wanted a strong lead in the news right like they're just were a lot fewer people watching a talk show then might have been watching on or let our numbers were. We had bad lead INS when I was doing the tonight night shows. I mean you know when you get these shows. Your job is you're supposed to be able to pick it up on your own you know but calling on the air for what five months before we came along so the ratings were it opened initially well but it it. It didn't hold on very well so it. It was an awkward time all all around. I guess you'd call. Did you ever talk to Conan about it. No I never did I don't really know him. That wasn't like David. I don't really know I always felt there. There was when I would watch the show they would. They had a character a little Jay and then they make fun of headlines and all this kind of okay well. It can make fun of me. That's fine you know. They're waiting for the day you know. I went to donal Myer. When Conan was on literally a week to week renew on. I said just pick the guy up for years so they can relax. Everybody can do their job. He'll do fine and he was funny. I liked CONAN. I thought he was good so I was stunned as anybody when that whole thing oh you're being really nobody nobody said a word to me and we never spoke about it and that was that was pretty much if you had to over would it have been better to just take the same money from ABC and doing eleven o'clock show up against Conan. I mean you're probably to some extent still the bad guy in that situation because you're petitional. You know the Nice thing about making mistakes. Is you learn from them so I wouldn't change anything feel. Would you do this differently. No because mistakes give you you empathy for people you know I remember when I was when I was watching the cosby trials and all that stuff that was going on here these people these women are stupid. They should've of now well. No you don't because you when you were a kid. When you're young person you don't really know you know I remember being ripped off and lied to and when I was when when I was a kid and I knew was being liked to as it was happening but because won't maybe there's some maybe he's not no. He is so no so I I think mistakes. Make you smarter make you stronger so I wouldn't do anything differently and actually turned out fine for me. What would you say it was mistaken. What did you learn from it. the mistake okay. I was in Boston and I went to a club. I meant I meant in in the situation. When you host the Jay Leno show in what I would have done differently. I know what I could have done differently. as I said I didn't have a manager or an agent. I I didn't know that's a mistake or not. It saved me a huge amount of money just because I didn't have anybody but no I don't know what to me. You Rise and fall on your own ability awesome what people think of you. I mean I'd like to think that I was funny and I was easy to work with and never missed a show didn't throw tantrums trump's so NBC new okay. This guy's pretty reliable. Put Him back in eleven thirty. We'll we'll see what happens you know so and that that's what happens so it actually worked talked quite well. If you imagined what your comedy is when I mean I'm guessing that you're not quitting because you show no signs of slowing down the have my stroke. I'm sure but if you imagine what your comedy is when you're eighty two years old. I don't imagine it's much different I mean you try to be reasonably hip to you know you don't. I WANNA be talking about Reagan's trip to Pittsburgh. People what what but that's that's the. Nice thing about going out and working because you see comedy. You can't quit. I give Eddie Murphy a lot of credit man. He is coming back and he's going to do a big netflix special. It's hard to stay off the road for fifteen or twenty years because because your instincts suggest you have things you just you don't even know you know I the way I would practice is I used to say my act and then try to write a letter with my with my hand while I talked and see if it made any sense and I got to the point where I could write a letter and talk and that allows you to compartmentalize. I can think of an ad Lib about this subject while I'm talking about what I'm talking about. When I turned to that guy it looks like it just came up with some ad Lib but actually took a minute or two just think about what is going to you. Say you know so. You've just gotTa keep doing it. Musicians know off the road for ten years and then come back with an album. Oh my God but you can't with comedy comedy. You've got to constantly keep doing it. You know I mean a classic example that was I did all the material in this last tonight. Show with Jimmy Fallon and I read a blog where Leno say material. I Assam two weeks earlier. It's a comedy magical break in that material in well yeah. It's still new material you gotta do it. Somewhere like like somehow wasn't new. I the two weeks earlier you're busted J. Hilarious doing material more than once well Jay Leno. I really appreciate you come back on and Wednesday night. Don't worry we'll we'll have tied yeah. We'll have tons of stuff and I really enjoy the show. It is a really thanks thanks. I appreciate that thanks for taking the time I appreciate that. It is a fun car. Show where you do cool fun car stuff that I wanNA watch where the host hasn't assaulted did any of his employees Jay. Leno his very fun show especially if you like cars is called Jay Leno's garage it airs Wednesday nights on CNBC. It's also streaming in now on CNBC DOT COM. 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Judd Apatow & Jay Leno - 01/22/19

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Judd Apatow & Jay Leno - 01/22/19

"Welcome to the Bravo. Clubhouse for the podcast division of watch. What happens live with me? Andy cohen. He's worked with every comedian in town. And he asked you grant about Divine Brown. It's watch what happens live with Jay Leno and John appetizer. Now. Andy Cohen live in our LA. Bravo clubhouse with two people who make you less funny by association for over twenty years. I guess tucked you in at night as those to the tonight show. He's now revving up your engines as those two CNBC's Jay leno's garage of the glaze, welcome for the first time in our clubhouse. Jay leno. Skills his mind every project that's made you laugh in the past two decades. And if not you have absolutely no sense of humor catch season three of his show. Crashing Sundays on HBO. Welcome back, our friend, John aperture. Really really looking to. I feel like it was shooting porn. It's like a little studio. Some people huddled over there in a corner. You'll get this show. Good new night's March honors will be competing in America's Cup in twenty twenty one. So here to turn the clubhouse into a booze news from Team Stars and stripes. It's Mike Buckley and Taylor canfield guy. I want to get started your questions for Jay and John are pouring in. But before we get to those. Here's what three things I'm obsessed with tonight. I Mike s tonight met in nineteen Eighty-three when Judd interview Jay for his high school radio show. Right. You have a photo. This is amazing curious photo. This picture so much, and yours what will high ruminate over who could get hard Kelly. Honestly, you know, by the way of you could get it vintage Patel, and I'm gonna give Judd of forty five seconds interview redo to ask all the questions he wished that. He had asked Jay back in the day. I love it though. I wrote these down. Okay. Put forty five seconds on the clock. Go judge. Do you ever get sad? Yes. Yes. Where do you go on date nights? Where are they going date nights? It's been about thirty eight years. Yeah. You'd probably a movie movies. Always good movie. Always good. Do you think? Letterman took the whole thing too seriously. Yeah. He's a comic. I think a lot of what Dave was coming cheek people might look serious. But now, why do you love denim shirts? You know, what it is? I I had a couple. Yeah. Then is a gag people. Give you one and then when day the tonight show right is that all let's get him fifty two for every now I have five hundred five hundred eighteen. Everybody gives what? The buzzer. By the way. You look good in ten looks good. Thank you very much. I'm second both of my Gusta beard on James Lipton's inside the actors studio also on Bravo. But this show is nothing like Lipton's because my lawyers said it can't be. So here's what incentive is a Jay Leno. All right. I'm going to use his voice and asking you questions as we go outside the comedian studio Judd, if you had to go without oral sex or never having a sense of humor for the rest of your life. Which would you choose? We don't get all sex humans. Very john. What is one subject matter? You would never go near for a joke. Oh, what subject matter Orel sex? Do either of you have a go-to knock knock joke. No, no. Then they'll if you're not a comedian does give it go ahead. I'm going to get it wrong. Knock knock who's there? Impatient. Cow patients. That's good. What is your absolute favorite city to perform stand up either of Madison, Wisconsin, really comedy unstinting Vegas? I like any city where I can see the airport from the stage. My plane is right over there. Thank you. Least favorite city to perform in either of you least favor. I don't really lease. I love America. Really? The cities is one subject matter. Oe already asked you that. Okay. Thank you very much. Because I got enough heckling house wiser unions. We should get you to do. You know, something we should do that. We should we should work with you. And get you to do stand up. It'd be interesting because if you have the look. I think it'd be fun. It'd be lights like Pygmalion. Yes. Okay. I wanna see what sort of hijinks I'm missing out on with a round of drink up. Stand up. I'm going to read you both a standup comedy related. Never have I ever statement. Okay. If you've done the thing tell us by drinking up. Okay. Never have I ever gotten a fight with a heckler in the middle of a performance. If you've done it you drink. Okay. Maybe Judd has never ever ever heard. Someone else performing a joke. They stole from me. Align time. Never have. I ever said it's great to be here in to the wrong city. She did that. Oh, yeah. Yeah. Okay. Never ever heard an other comedians talking daddy about knee backstage. Oh, yes. You have. Yes. Never ever ever made a joke about my significant other while she was in the crowd and pissed her off. John has done. This never ever ever told a fellow comedian. How mazing his or her set was when I actually hated. Yes. J guzzling again never ever been bumped during his show because a more famous comedian dropped by to do a set. Oh, yeah. Who why who did you have you guys got I got bumped by dice and re remind the same night. Wow. That's a double header by Richard prior. I would follow real Richie all the time. Really? That's amazing. Thank you for. Do you said you started out writing jokes for Roseanne? Do you think you will ever work together? Again. I have not heard from her lately. Yes. You know, it's a long career. It's a long career. You never know. I was wondering this Jay has there been any talk about you going on Letterman's? Netflix show has been I I don't hear all the talk. I don't know. I mean, somebody might be talking about it. I I'm not aware of they asked you to be on this show. I I would like to see that would love to see that. I want to get into the nitty gritty of all guys don't have the show. If he has they're probably going what have you been on the Andy Cohen show if he asked you to go on that show. Would you go go on you would? Yeah. When was the last time you talked to him. I think it was probably near the end of Bolshaya shows. I think we just call, you know, the idea Hayden each other, right? The media makes a big thing about it. I am a huge fan. You know, when I started Letterman was a great wordsmith he could put things together, but he's kind of hesitant performer. I was very loud boisterous performer. But it wasn't that good a writer. So I would watch him and go oh, man. How'd you put those sentences the other and he watched me, but how do you so confident on say? So I think we sort of took from each other a little bit in those early appearances on Letterman, which I was watching early. You were it's funny that you say that you were really you were hyper, I mean, really. Well, it was it was the first show where because you know, when I was on with Carson, I grew up in New England. So as well, thank you, Mr. Carson, Johnny. What John, you know? I couldn't would let them I go. Well, you know, you can do all that kind of stuff. But yeah. Wanna test us thrown telling me before the show that that you also you didn't just interview him for your radio. You wrote some jokes for Leno at one point when I was eighteen or nineteen years old. I met Ajay's good friend, Kevin Rooney Kayhan. I said could I submit some jokes for Jay for the tonight show, and I gave him to Kevin to give to J. And then one night you call my house at midnight. I live with my grandmother, my grandmother's, I'm Jay leno's on the phone, and then I got on. And you're like, I read the jokes and they close, but. Right there. And they just weren't weren't terrible. I wouldn't have called you. They were terrible. They were funny. It just didn't quite work for me. It was a different sense. Does he then he called me directly by jobs were terrible. Yes. Daniel t wants to know if you've ever considered hosting the Oscars like Kimmel or. Oh, no. That's an idea. That would be a lose lose situation. I think Kimmel does a great job has really solid funny jokes. Yeah. Trouble is my thing is I was on TV every night Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday say okay, now, you're on this what's special and you're doing a monologue. Just like previous nights and as a comedian. Do I save my best jokes from my show right now, you're not honest show. So nobody wants you. Now, I want you to do it Judd. John Deere Ness wants to know ever gonna produce another peewee movie. Oh, I would love to do another peewee Herman move on net. Flicks. For the for the fans, and it came out really a really great. And I'm so excited that we were able to make one because the world needed another people. I couldn't agree. More J favorite memory of of Johnny. Carson Kate h wants to know a favorite memory of Johnny. Yeah. Yeah. Johnny Johnny came to see me years before I have he would come into the club. And he gave he gave me a great note. He said, you know, you're good performance. But the jokes like I told you just not strong enough. He said, you know, he he said, what did you do is write your jokes out? Go up one night, read them as flat and his boring as you can. And if it gets a laugh, okay, then you got a funny joke. Then Ed you're performing skills to that in. You'll have a joke that really works because it works on the level of performance and worse than the love of being funny because a lot of comedy just get y'all funny physical movement. But there's no joke you need. Both. Did you take the did? Yeah. I did. Yeah. Judd Gregg Di wants to know now that it's over what was your least favorite episode of girls. My least favorite episode of girls. Oh my gosh. I love to all the episodes for all. They think. No, I I think they'll be a girls movie. I hope so I'm just working on the show. I miss waking up and having like a script that Lena Dunham just wrote that was amazing and just giving you the chance to read it before anybody else. Yeah. Yeah. Well, guess what? When Judd was here for his first time, he played plead the fifth, and he did not plead the fifth. Jay leno. You are up. The time has come for you. You may plead the fifth. So only one go ahead. He's no the John appetite with his perfect truck wreck disappointed do. Jay. Name one celebrity who refused to come on the tonight show during your tenure Bill Clinton. Oh, really was he pissed that you joked about him so much. I think you. That might have something to do with it. Yeah. Yeah. If if you could go back and redo one thing during the time when Conan took over from you on the tonight show, and then after ten months, you came back to the tonight show. What would it be? I can do different. You can't. Well, no, I didn't know, you know, look, it's their rating based shows it's not your people act like it's your decision while, you know, I think I'll go back and do the work makes these decisions they decide you're gonna leave. And then decide you wanted to come back. So there's not a lot different. I would've done. Jay Howard Stern has been merciless towards you over the years. He is called you every name in the bull. I that's what the fun part because I fine while never explain never complain. That's my thing. You know, if they talking about you fine. But he would go on and on. And I think the fact that I just never I didn't get into few. 'cause you're not gonna win a few with Howard, Howard's good food. Boom, you're down. So have you just let it roll? And it's fine. What do you think of Howard start? Oh, I think he's really talented. I think he's a good integral mean he gets things out of peop-. I used to do show all the time. All this started. So I just looked at it is it's a business, and that's part of the business. That's I don't hold any grudges. I listened to him now. It's funny. He's good. If you're listening to him and he's ragging on you. You do turn the channel or do you keep listening? Oh, no. You gotta keep listening. Well guy never takes some great follow up questions coming in through our viewers Alba h emailed which comedians. Did you hear talking crap about you backstage? So many people were mean people get mean like right when you start doing well. This Caroline K tweeted Jay would you ever go on the Howard Stern show? I used to be on. All right. I did. And then when the whole thing is gone. It was one of those things where if you go on. Oh, you see you're right. Like, you begging you said, no Remmy Jay wants to know Judd, what we're Ray Romano and Andrew dice clay like on the night. They bumped you from a standup slot. Oh my God. It was so scary because Rae went on I and he's totally clean and annihilates. And then dice went on and was filthy. And he played the comedy cellar like it was Madison Square Garden. He wins so hard, right? And then I went up. Do you? Did you read the late shift that book when it came out? Yes. I did read it did it did you did it bug. You know, it didn't bug me. It's fine. I mean, look that's your product. It's not you anything ever bug. You either way. You can be a little annoying. No, no, no, no not. But it is. It's not you're not going. You're going up to the persona. What you see on TV, whatever it might be. You know, it's like when you said when they went after your wife and your kid that would that would that wasn't funny that all that happened looking back. I know while it's time for my mom's today goes to lady Gaga for making history today by becoming the first person to be nominated for the Oscar for best actress and best song in the same year. Barbra streisand. Also made history today by going to an anger room in Malibu for the first time tonight shackle goes to the supreme court who has cited with President Trump to ban most transgender people from the military transfers who unlike some others have volunteered to serve their country with honor today are feeling both terrified and targeted. I keep this flag right here behind me because I support our troops. And I support transgender rights because I support all human rights as we. We all. What I am do not support is hate discrimination or building pointless walls between people or otherwise. I wanna say Jay Judd, Mike. Interrupting you for just a minute to tell you about how I recently discovered Lola. It's this awesome inconvenient at home delivery service for feminine products. And they're delivered in a discrete well-designed box right to your door. I just got my box. And it is so cute. 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Visit my Lola dot com and enter our special promo code W H L when you subscribe, I'm now a big fan of Lola, and you should try it out too. Hey, everybody jot Habito show crashing is Sundays on HBO. You can also see an incredible documentary directed the zen diaries of Gary, very good bailable blue. Download now and it features. Jay leno. Also, you can watch Jay on Jay leno's garage on CNBC. Video and demand. J? What'd you drive here tonight? I drove a nineteen seventy one Porsche. Years old, you know, me to payments left. Hey, okay. We have a lot of calls to get through. Let's go caller. What's your name? And from where are you calling Tammy from New Jersey? That's your name. What your question Tammy? Hi reline. My question is for j J when George Bush came on your show you painted this amazing portrait of you. So my question is where is that portrait? Now. I I have the it's hanging in my garage. It's not an insult. I mean, that's that's garage. I remember I said, I Bush. This was funny. I said to him, you know, it's so funny. You can still kinda see the numbers behind the. Let's go to Sara from Texas say, Sarah. What's your question for John appetite? Hi, john. If you had only cast Seth Rogan or James Franco for the rest of your films. Who would you choose? One or the other. I don't know. I'm as a depends what you what kind of movie. Yeah. Exactly the tender date. I gotta go at Franco. Let's go to Melanie from Rhode Island's, Melanie what your question. Hey, Melanie, wanna get the paramedics? Hey, melanie. The you talking to. Yeah. This is England from Boston. Oh, sorry. Ingrid dhingra. What's your question? My apologies. It's okay. Thank you, dander, too. First time on watch. What happens live? Did you happen to catch me, Kim Kimball? And what do you think I comes like so far? Do they help the kids? What Kimmel was on last night? She's asking him. Oh, no. I didn't see that. No. I didn't know his he said he said, I asked him how his relationship with you. And he said it was very nice. Yeah. Yeah. Anyway, what was the question about him? Oh, she wanted to know if you'd seen it. No, I didn't. I I wish I had. I was working last night. So it could. Oh, she also wanted to know how here enjoying watch. What happens live so far? She wants a progress report. I show it's a lot of fun. A big fan of you. I think you're really good. And I think you're good interviewer. I think the show should be an hour. I think you should do like the first half hour of the fun thing. The second kind of a serious talk. And learn, you know, you're you're you're going to be a dad now, you got that whole thing going until you're getting the dad bod'ed, you know, you've got to do all of that very quickly. I can't wait to eat tater tots and chicken fingers constantly. I'm not wait. Yeah. We look we're waiting Erin from Colorado. Hey, Aaron what's your question? Congratulations on the babe. Thanks. Hey, mike. My question is for Joe that was wondering if you had any plans on reviving the freaks and geeks. I we how often do you get that ask that, you know, the kids they're they're all old direct movies. Yes. Right. John Daly's drinking Spiderman, right? I mean. So I don't know I could afford them. And I think if you really told the truth of what happened all those characters half of them would be dead or in jail. Yes. So Anne from Massachusetts. Hey, Andy, what's your question? Yeah. Hey. Congratulations. Love you back. You called us. Is Jay Leno. I once heard to the best of my law. My knowledge that fringe rusher said he was the best kisser she ever kissed. Rancid very kind of her. We did a movie called American hot wax. But. Yeah, I know she's a very good. Yeah. That was what was the story of American hot wax? Well, it was Alan freed the fifties in rock and roll. But but yeah, I mean, I heard that too. So that was very nice was it as good as silver bears. Your Pat Morita movie. Yeah. No, no, no better than both. I know Jay's. Well, those movies sound like gay porn mood Dover bears. I think I got an offer. Shot over overbearing. Let's go to Erin from Brooklyn. Aaron what your question? Hi, andy. I love you. Congrats on the baby. My question is for Judd. And I was wondering what's comedian took the longest yet through seen without making everybody crack up like which actor which was the funniest person. That would make people laugh scenes MU Collins always made us laugh from TV. Yup. And who I mean, Bill Hader, Bill Hader, very go. Hate is pretty good that that both laughing and making everybody laugh all you call is sound like phone sex operas. Hi, andy. Listen, it's eleven it's eleven something high. He's coast shaver drinking game. Questions for all lit up. Ready to go anything's possible. I wanna take Jay Leno and John. His wish them luck for work grumble dot com. Goodnight everybody. Wait before you go. Here's a sneak peek of below deck. Jokes. You made were super like inappropriate like the over sexual comments. That would always go on who's risen to the Caribbean. Everybody talks about sex, if you'd have said anytime that it was an appropriate odor, stuffed instantly. I'm saying man is that some of the stuff you said has been like you don't singling out in front of people. Thanks for listening to the podcast everybody. Hope you enjoyed the show. Remember, new episodes? Go live Monday through Friday at four PM eastern time. Make sure you're subscribed to have a great rest of your night.

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S2 E52: Jay Leno and $35,000 in a Brown Paper Bag

The All New Dennis Miller Option

53:51 min | 1 year ago

S2 E52: Jay Leno and $35,000 in a Brown Paper Bag

"Ooh this is dennis. Miller option your source of opinion stories and laughs from comedian and inactivates dennis miller and his guy friday aac christian flat. What's up hiroshi. Let's light this candle. Ladies and gentleman dennis nore april shake shack at smoking good <hes> welcome to the dennis miller option <hes> we are joined by. I i believe the longest running host ever the tonight show and as far as episodic count goes a good friend just to one of the mount rushmore standup comedians idioms. I've never seen a guy just not lay. The room and i know that's important to them. In a car collector and aficionado extraordinary the new season of jay leno's garage premieres wednesday is day august twenty eight to ten p._m. Nine p._m. Central on c._n._b._c. my friend jay leno doing who's on that first show. Who's coming in. I i think we got kevin hart. <hes> got martha stewart billy joel. It's good show when kevin comes on they don't have to by and large be as much of a car not as you are do they. No no i mean it can be any tenuous relationship. Have you ever written in an automobile yeah no oh but usually there's a hook like kevin. He likes off road stuff. So i got the ultimate off road vehicles thing called a sherpa which can literally climb a ninety degree engle shirt yeah like a sherpa yeah right yeah and the tires are well twice the size of this table and they only have two pounds the pressure so it's like a big balloon thing can go and water and go and it was a lot of fun. Yeah what j. doesn't tell you is. The size of this table is one of those tiny doughnuts. The regular intimates done. This is fast foods west of the rock. They just wanted to do larry. Miller's old comedy depressed. I bet you tell the folks. Larry's we had a great friend larry miller he did a thing called comedy. Not programmer joke like you didn't end larry would break down in our in parts and therefore render joe completely on magical. Oh so you're saying thank cyril wecht autopsy on it and ruined the joe j. men when you walked away yes it was he just. Did it perfectly like i said jimmy jimmy. I got out just in time. Both let him in an idea because the whole thing change you know i mean when <hes> the tonight show started your main competition was maybe hop along cassidy move and then in the eighties nineties putting name of the game and mcmillan wife and all those kinds of shows now you're against net flicks and stuff on demand. I mean it's it's really hard now. I feel sorry for the men and women do it. Everybody's everybody's samantha b and conan and colbert and fallon and kimmel. I mean because you've just competing with well a series on netflix. She can watch the sopranos again on h._b._o. <hes> you know it's it's a lot different. <hes> some of it is brought on themselves because they're also now competing in a line of people going after the same thing which is trump every night right right so the there's also that built in thing where you do have around ten to twelve shows now kind of all competing with the same yeah i get you know and and you see the thing with trump you know in the old days the punchline would have been you know. It's like the president banging porn star well now. The president is banking for a where do you go. Where do you taken weekend. You know what i'm saying. The funny thing about comedy is essentially conservative and the laugh is when it gets outrageous or beyond you know i mean to me drunken drunken pilot in the airport lounge hilarious drunken pilot in the cockpit not funny at all you but if you catch him before he's on the plane you can do jokes all day long for zone there yeah. That's right where we are now. It's like it's you know. You can't take it further than that. It is a real you know. I stopped watching house of cards because this is phony well now. It looks like a documentary and i go. Oh my god. Well listen for me. It's been that way for a while so when whenever they decried decried up and say oh my god he's so market i always think at least he's fucking a porn star what i think of <hes> clinton cruising the intern that always boggles my mind because he is a young all right listen. I don't expect twenty year old young women who are within proximity a power to <hes> know exactly what the lay of the land is. Don't go near them to be fair fair. She didn't know he was married to his country. I'm not saying she's a complete babe in the woods but kind of to me because of our whole a workplace thing if there's an equity issues of the power in the workplace when you're todd bridges on your fifteenth show there's an equity issues of power workplace when you're the president of the united states got sick so i am a lot of the allure of the presidency fell away for me at that moment or let's get back to shelby. I want to get back to the jay leno's garage over the years. I've i watched <hes>. I think i've watched every episode a big c._n._b._c. fan. I think they do t._v. Right over there with the tank all that and then they have the apprentice mark. Although the apprentice hasn't financed the new business unlike fifty four years he's always revisiting <hes> the meat place on long island but the prophet or the apprentice the prophet right yeah marcus marcus is not <hes>. He's on here at ted. Lupita says ground chuck on long. I am thank you christ. You visit them every year. Get a new place brother but the garage always turns over. There's always good people and i look at the guest list then you can tell the people have an affinity for cars and you because you billy joel tim allen travolta alte damon stu i i. I'm not even sure all these people when you host the tonight show for eyesight because some people just don't think about it is when guests come on <music>. I'm not gonna talk about their cocaine bust. I'm not going to talk about the thing with the wife of domestic violence assault or whatever or even the movie that bombed or whatever it might be. We're just talking to guys talking talking cars yeah and that's really what it wanted. I get your blood j. I mean <hes> it started. When i was a kid. I grew up even younger than sixteen. No when you live in a rural area i i had go-carts in many bikes and there is mechanical but you know it was a different era. My mother knew nothing about cars but she knew when the car didn't start you took off the big round thing you stuck a screwdriver down the little round thing and that helps something open then you cranked it and it started you know and so it was just a cars now much like appliances. They don't really breaking in you know the car. Business used to produce truly awful cars which was funny and it made for good critiques magazine. The carb is like the restaurant business anything less than an a. You're not you're not even. You can't even sell anything you don't. Even you know i mean yeah. I mean mufflers. Don't go bad chassis. Don't rotten break in half. You know all those days are gone and for the good but there is such an appliance like quality to a car now. There's nothing you can do to fix a car. You know i i remember when i was a kid. My first chevy impala and in pittsburgh the rocker panels were just completely rusted out. Yeah i'm clipping chickenwire and pop pop riveting informing blondeau around. I finally get there scheib for like sixty nine bucks first time through the the bondo does not set and it's all like a blood stain on the floor and a capone dinner or something emanating unbelievable juries to to do great joke seinfeld and i know you know there's a lot about cars better not like the nuts and bolts of it like you do and he said you know i always lift the hood up and unless there's a huge john also yeah that's a great but that's the way the seinfeld in lilt set in the off position right right screwed just put stuff in car things memories to say when a comedian would get stoned on the road or something and he'd say fine with me and he's olympic. I'm going to feed on him. It's the seren getting plane and he's he's exhibiting chronic limp. Do you remember steve sweeney sweeny community. You remember you'd go to nick's we all. Would i go up to nixon. I think it's mobbed up at that point and <hes> steve opens for me and steve sweeney in boston is just a stone killer. I mean he knew the traffic copter he knew every in boston he does an hour in front of you and please welcome dennis and you go up jeez so i go back to new york and i go go right to catch and i say to jerry <hes>. He's a where where you been you know. Everybody's talk shop late at night and i i was up in boston. The knicks steve sweeney open for me. You know i said i feel donna killed me and they said if as long as he remains in the tiny bottle city of candor under a double red sunny fly comes down here in yellows i worked at club once and i'm on stage and i hear a ruckus gonna you know and and then i hear okay. It's okay j so okay and that come off stage. Look what was that well. He's a guy we had a bouncer billy. There was a guy didn't like a c._d. Is right in front of a poll you know so. I got my pay again. Okay god knows and they start yelling each other so billy takes just a big bowie knife. Stabs is a guy in the leg and the guy twenty bucks and they put him in a cab away so i says the guy right he's fine a year later. I get a call from the staff a._j. Member billy bouncer member the guy that helped you. I can't help me guy was making noise and heckling and billy stabbed him while it didn't really help me. I said well. I said yeah but he said well what what what the problem. He goes billy's in jail. What's in jail for them. This court he goes well. He killed the guy and now the cops a hassle. The cops grafter real criminals billy and this guy the irony is total. Is he goes yeah. Tell me about okay well. What do you want any way. He wants you. I said i thought he didn't help me. I didn't ask him to stab the guy. I didn't even know he stabbed the guy until after okay so. I don't really want to get involved bogged down not a big shot now but he killed a guy. What am i going to say i can so toward my act act and <hes>. He stabbed to keep them from heckling me really come on. I remember the old dear. I had never been excite called. Gary mule deer the great comedian i. I said he was there before me the week before gary. What do i need to know about nixon. He says <hes> well <hes> get paid in cash. After each joke the number those cats start to thomas <hes> and he has a great style. They did the stage coach same boy. Those are now when you first encountered dave. What's he like up at <hes> comedy sturdy chops right away but but he was completely melania dave was an excellent wordsmith. Yeah i was a better performer at the time that it was joke writer and and let him i think was a better writer performer and i saw him and he used to have this bit. I don't do it justice. I'm not trying to do dave spit. He he worked at a radio station and he talked about <hes> the editorials. You know small time. He says we hear w. Whatever it is are diametrically basically opposed to the use of orphans as yardage markers and public golf courses. We are and i thought well. What a clever 'cause you know as a comic words like lyrics and you know it should flow and good comedy. You enjoy hearing it again. Like steve land is burger this jewish dot com. I just enjoyed the way and seinfeld have have a bit about <hes> going to coney island or one of those places and it'd be the dodgems abebe hopeless father and son hundred yeah and i just liked the way and dude body language jacket hold onto the electric and letterman always had a great sense of how to phrase where i remember going up to is that oh i i ed man. I really enjoyed you sat and he goes yeah nervous or whatever and he said. How can you be so confident and i said well. I just like to get up and talk and i realized i was better at selling a joke. I talk a little louder the little harder just to get the laugh but there might not be a joke. There were letterman always had the joke rather than the than the other part you know and i think we took from each other. I think we actually helped each other and you know it bled over 'cause when i would do letterman show in the eighties which was my favorite i career. I would wait for lederman to come down to make up and it would stand outside makeup with an enormous meatball sandwich and as soon as you post dot egos. How'd you've eaten. You're on in five minutes. Dave's gonna eat it and i'm not gonna you bring the sandwich out on stage and i have a meatball would fallen all in his office on his lap and role in the hilarious. It was a lot of does these musicals of like lipstick or whatever whatever the gotta do one of the odd couple what was human day. David beard remember jerry. Seinfeld is always an artist man. He took your breath away when he he would always syllable count he'd polly he's like mr miaki with <hes> he'd bonsai it and he had a great joke where it say <hes> ronnie. He shakes like that. Jerry had that joke also the parakeet at my aunt's house got out and flew into the mirrored wall and <hes> i can understand him heat with its tiny very not understanding the concept of mirrors but that being said wouldn't you think he'd want to avoid the oncoming parakeet and i love you. I see that you're starting on new york and you're thinking for you. Who else did you <hes>. I'm trying to think you log time in new york but it was sort of you. Jitney cars down to the improv and you do a set and head back to boston. Is that the way i remember the something i mean i work for place called far motives of boston. We sell roles as in bentleys and one day i had to go down and deliver rolls royce to a guy before they put a face before they put him on transporters. They'd be called all test miles. You know so. I live in this world. Here's how long ago it was. A brand new rolls royce was thirty five thousand cash. Okay so a guy gives me thirty five five thousand cash. I got it in a paper bag. I go to the port of new jersey. I pick up another rolls off the off the boat to drive back up to boston. If i go well i'm going to go to the improv do a set so i go to the improv or go down to the forty fourth and ninth. Hell's kitchen like the worst neighborhood in a rolls royce white kid nineteen driving live in a rolls royce okay and i got my what's in the bag. That's my lunch. You know so okay so i got my little tape recorder right and i get up on stage. I put put my bag with the thirty five thousand in the piano piano and i set my neighbor con. I do is set and i'm there and killed. This is the greatest set getting big laughs on. I'll get in the car right and play in the tape recorder in the in the car listening to the joke book good and then he hid greenwich connecticut toll booth and go let me get my money and then i left the thirty five thousand sitting on the piano at the improv so now i have like a forty minute drive back to the city going. Oh my god. I'm going to go to prison you know so. I got all the way back to the improv i run in. It's like one o'clock in the morning. Maybe ten people in the audience some singer and the bag is still there. I forgot my lunch. Sorry sorry to go back in the got but i would just be getting out of prison now right. That's like a janet lean psycho exactly yeah. You got all the cash that's right. That's what i remember. You know who else killed back then and i don't know what he does now but i used to love glenn hirsch would do that great great pitt where he would talk about playing in portland oregon or something right on the ocean and he's i'm in the middle of my satam killing and they slide the barn doors opening a guy in in a slicker says tuna is running. No it's so amazing to me. That was a truly the <hes> in new york l._a. I don't know what the confluence of cosmic alignment that was just a great because the thing i like about that period was it was when the mob still ran a lot of the stuff you know i'm once where i was in cherry hill new jersey the latin casino and go there and there's two guys something that's how you doing. I'm anthony just in my brother tony. You're anthony's brother tony as i said can you you guys go. Oh we do collections for the boss. Java people don't pay the and sometimes funny things happened during the collection process and i know you're italian. We're italian. I thought movie shed one of our collection stories with you. Maybe you can incorporate it in your comedy routine. We can see that. I said i said okay well. What's what's the funny story goes aw five tony remember this jersey with machina okay anyway. This guy old ten grabbed me. Hey you gotta pay guy goes on the pay and they said no. You're paying ten granny's polka me. You know i said no. You're gonna pay it and he's. I'm not paying you back me. So i take a screwdriver boom. I stick his head. Screwdriver goes like two inches in his head. You know the guy with surrounded by the throw to take my gun. Put one hundred ten boom. Give us. That's a good story for ellen. Thanks thanks tony. I appreciate you know what what happened is run by the marriott corporation. You don't have those not as colorful. I remember years ago. One of the biggest things in the country was every year. I don't know if it still exists. Esquire squire magazine would do their dubious achievement awards and they had a cut away of some cats cat scan who tried to kill himself by nail gun and he <hes> eventually eventually lived he put six nails into his head and they had the cut away the brain x ray and he was going to do a seventh-inning passed. I thought they took him to hospital removed and i was just thinking guy in your thing and such a fuck up by half done my life and your six nails in out of a nail gun and you're still alive you must be saying i can't even talk and pulled this together shooting a nail gun into my hand and i'm still lucid at reminds me of my favorite bit of clients. There was a guy famous guy ripley's believe it or not right how to pull a metal rod go through his head and come out the side of his cheek and there it was like a foot on each end and they couldn't take it out so he had to walk around with a metal rod like this going through his head and doctors examined him and a psychologist said after month and examining the guy he determined that the guy had become more more irritable. They take it out. He's studied emmys more irritable now. Why we're we're not sure is more irritable. You can't walk through with a clang grab. Klein you you know climb was my that was always. You know why loved him because i still do. He was a middle class. You know when i was a kid. All the comedians were allan king rod. All older jewish men grow up in the lower east side and you are daily myron it just different kline was just ten and years older than me. Middleclass parents middle class life talked about college. Life talked about t._v. Shows like bonanza and the rifleman and all all these kind of t._v. Shows that i mean he is related to what he said because i didn't relate to the old has long pads the too damn tight and he's happy. It wasn't wasn't that kind of it was it was he was your gateway comedy this guy. I wanna emulate yeah. Well listen. I'll be honest to you or for me. <hes> i remember for what i was doing comedy in pittsburgh and i thought and you know pittsburgh's pretty square town and i was raised deja of always kind of reticent than i thought i should go. L. and i can't pull it together that i met you. Jay and you were so normal and i remember you demystified a lot of it for me. You were kill you the best act on the circuit but you also didn't have your head up your ass and i thought i'll go try l. a. This cat's there make it a success and you got to anyone who was testimony to your normality because you you know you meet some of those guys on the road who come through pittsburgh and your opening for using this guy's crazy. I'm not crazy. I don't want to be out there and when i met you i just thought i'll give that a run and i came uh-huh and you remember you sent me up with that apartment. <hes> wilshire insider fast. I go by every time i go by that. It's a parking lot or something who ended up getting shot there. Is that too biggie. <music> biggie smalls on that corner but the guy who is the father on elf. Was there my next door neighbor. I thought i was in show bizz. The department the guy from your the data on christ. I'm in the middle of it all right here all right well jason nice enough to visit for a while but he's got a rock and we appreciate shade having a once again. The new season of jay leno's garage premieres wednesday august twenty eighth ten p._m. Nine p._m. Central on c._n._b._c. we got kevin hart art coming out of the box now. This is just the kickoff of season five but good news for j. man. He's got season. Six's already been really upset. Congrats on that jay and we've got jay leno's garage araj advanced care products can be found that autozone pep boys amazon or leno's garage dot com. Tell me but i listen. I know you long enough that you would not put your name or anything you know. It's all stuff. We develop the garage. You know we went to q._v._c. yep so we brought went last april. What sixty pallets about half half million bucks with the product and i thought if we can sell this by christmas. We'll get a real okay nine hours. Gone everything gone. I i mean i've never seen a machine like that. I mean it's a funny thing about doing q._v._c. because i'm tired of the guy and i said listen i'll tell a couple of stories and then we'll get the party goes. No no stories just sell a product just probably just a commercial just took off stage assembling yeah yeah yeah well nine palettes and palettes nine hours people reorder and i've been back a bunch of times so there it's the most it is the biggest sound stage it just big brothers the spruce goose or the car nuba pimp that site the hoover pimp. That's correct j. man. I love you. Thanks say how to make them and i'll talk at you down the road. Don't they jay leno forty six hundred teenagers christian. Have you know you know money. Carson did <hes> <hes> forty five just say boy. Jay's left and i have to finish this steak shack burger because it's getting real mortis christian. What's up in your life. Tell me something good down town not nearly enough <hes> shake shack in my life but this is amazing <music> monster burger yeah. I think everybody else could stop making them over. Yeah they've expanded. You really only be in new york. You know gone the jason the guy's name but wizard and he has a breakfast place in new york too which is also really good <hes> it's it's called trials unwholesome back you know when they fade a note when the great singers try to fade this because i'm sure i'm lacking but <hes> christian i've told you before when i chew on <hes> anything above a medium plus piece of angus masticate or they said that <hes> the donner party pre-game dinner in the donner party chronic masturbaters people think it was the cannibalism it really blind couldn't climb because they're just constantly match footage auditor's. Tell me get lonzo says a joke for me and they're always right out of the flamingo kid or something i i guess scenic guy. He's in school getting straight. F.'s in the school in math and <hes> isn't mom and dad are apoplectic. They decide to go outside side to faith which is a big thing for the seeds. Send them to a catholic school just to get a primer on brings home. A the first <hes> first semester second semester spotted calls. You're what's the what's the deal with the change just going over the catholics. He's walked in. I saw christ now. The plus sign. I dated in fucker route the the plus plus anyway. What do you want to fill the rest of the time christian well. We've <hes> we've got some some voicemails. We can play. I'm almost finished. Let's listen to our good friend jennifer from san antonio number two. She has a <hes>. She's a bunch of some mixed bag as they say hello mr miller <hes> so i had a couple of things love julia sweeney and <hes> mr bean's interviews reviews those were fantastic. Yes luby's is still in existence in texas and lastly so the castro is <hes>. I've known them for a few years. They are very well handled. Am a little surprised that there <hes> campaign managers didn't decide to cross reference the names to make sure that they they weren't donators to castro's campaign as well a little bit of an oversight. There little surprised <hes> especially nonpartisan is san antonio can be and then i also <hes> well. I kind of came up with another psalm. We'll see what you think. You're a spoonful boondoggle miller. How the politics go down the politics. Go down politics go. Yes the spoonful miller helps the politics politics. Go down in the most eli phone way all right. Well have a greatly. What would the porn porn version mary poppins. We like to play that game. I say it's mary paupers. She's got a name on night trump thing halfway up or mary par. It's mary cherry poppins and it could also did little to learn. What's what's it all growed up and making jokes to lou. What was the there's a disney movie about a little girl named to loom or something <hes> cartoon i. I don't know if i know that that cartoon that disney cartoon. I'm sorry but there's some i remember somebody saying joke like that. It was a disney animated feature a little girl as a princess and she's and he's as league lumo in the movie all growed up until jokes. I think to luma were jeff. Bridges <unk> award in against all odds that sounds sounds bad chemo geo cut <hes> well listen as far as the. I think the casters pigs man. Is this a bad time in history to be dachshund people. I mean literally you getting at somebody killed in the workplace and i who was i listening today that <hes> that made sense to oh. Oh there's a cat named andrew will cow on patriot sirius radio and he made it very pressing point. Somebody called up from toronto agai and said listen. Arma arm is much of a human. This is the next guy but if somebody is a hateful rhetoric <hes> they deserve to be docks and the guy said well. What does it say hateful rhetoric. You mean condoning donald trump and he said yes and <hes> he says he put his name and workplace up as now why and this is just so true. Why do you do that except for something to happen to them. And what's that. What's that something going to be. It's not like you say why didn't mean that of course you. Did you put where they worked. You put their name up and so in essence to me this guys and like i said if you say they'll say you're crazy. You're the one but why else do you you put a person's workplace up on the internet now and say he's a bad guy and less you want what to happen and <hes> that's just true so i i think the castro i always thought raw fidel or <hes> pigs and these guys have bad manners to what was one thing. She has song sweet yeah and she liked the juice. Orson bean episodes people still commenting on those anyway so reticent about two caches. Anyone get involved seed seed money and they're always listening. I'll turn off you. Fuck wad dachshund people this whole thing about teach. I am saying at the f. word to much lately so i'll try to be demure here but <hes> you know people listen if or if they want to see i i i find intoxicating when i listen to something and i could tell if the person could care less. If i listened to do like that i mean i you know is it is you're looking for day for your senior prom. There's one woman you're in love with and you're hustling like the whole semester and she's kinda not completely chilled you but she's giving you wafts of her and <hes> it's intoxicating and you know this whole thing about why listen to you you should be able to tolerate. Whatever should i know. We have a voicemail number three brian in alaska because you were wondering to alaska favourite john wayne opening. I think i've told you this branagan brannigan the opening up counterfeiter in foreground printing off double saw bucks on some ancient bessemer converter of a counterfeiting counterfeiting machine so john wayne detective movie door in background out of focus they rack focus is where they spend two lenses and the foreground run goes into blur and the background tightens up door explodes off the hinges duke falls into the room we owning a gun makes you know dirty. Harry look like he's out with a bic lighter duke falls in and then they bring the guy in the foreground back into focus and they're both in focus duke looks up <hes> doses flying debris of whatever the door room is broken up shattered and duke looks up at the guy goes knock knock uh-huh. You're wondering about how our most recent episode was received and we have a few christian yeah yeah. I don't wanna pull rank here but everybody knows about the risks of driving drunk. You could get in a crash. People could get hurt or killed us hi. This is heavy. Go ahead. I'll get back. I was going to try to do some sort of segue. Joke honorary pissed on crystal all of a sudden. I'm in the middle of it would have been the perfect opportunity for for a manscaping commercial can't believe you could manscaping in would see we recorded to the first one no one hurt and then the one we did up at your house was <hes> <hes> with one when we get wacked or you've got to promise me put out a greatest hits album. We have stuff. We have a few rays raise sponsor sake. We haven't used listen. You know i've said before i can't come in and give the buzz cut them now now but i know some people are doing but i'll tell you if we get twice as many <hes> does start to redden lou. I don't know where to go from there except for brian and alaska. You're wondering about our most recent show and you thought maybe people didn't like it but i have people. Who love do you ever i have. I've been to the inner passage thing yeah i did. I did a holland in america cruise so i spent a week. I'm supposed to be up there this week basically so bad well in the beginning of the year mark stein yeah asks go up on his cruise cruise every year and i said sure i'd love to do remember that. I haven't heard back from them. Though as you know were sitting outside larry king studio now in the interim <hes> larry had procedure done and had this step down from his show for a while. I understand coming back tomorrow so muzzle tom but larry oddly enough to me. I was flattered but i i don't know larry all doubt. Well asked me to sit in for so i've been doing these shows and you can see i'm working today. I think right right today. I'm supposed to be excuse me. The shake shack burs coming upon it tastes even better the second so good. I used to do a joke like that. <hes> the models open cafe. I remember doing a joke fashion. Cafe fashion cafe opened this weekend rockefeller center. I went over early this week and had the dexsa trim in kabul and that's the model cafe where the motto is twice as good on the way back out on the way okay down. It was owned by naomi. It was one of those things where they never saw the inside of one sure so anyway <hes> <hes> what were we talking about right every four to the mark stein careers. I thought i left them a message. I couldn't get through <hes> called him. A couple of times and i said i better tell them now and i left a message saying i sorry i really didn't want to go but i did leave a bit of an opening saying if nothing comes up and and i have to answer the call doing larry show so i'll be able to make and i haven't heard back so they must be pissed at me but i think i'd be up there today and believe me. I'd love to be with mark mark and melissa. They're sweet people but <hes> one of my job moving on. What are you got. You know who else is a sweet person in alaska ah we've brian and alaska voicemail number three lindsey dennis. I know you were feeling ill last week but <hes> that last episode was one of the funniest so if that trend continues if you discover that you are funnier when you're ill and you need to keep that going let me know as a parent you give me today's noticed i can get you. A double handful of us. Kleenex is from the local kindergarten my house put them in your pillow case. I'm good night's sleep. You wake up doc feeling like hell and funnier than hell. You're welcome well. That's nicer proffering germs like that and by the ways in time they put norovirus on the calorie aaa. I know what i'm getting weight wise because there are days. I'm feeling a little pouch and look up and say i'm gonna try that z. Kabul got stuck behind the person at the aaa is making these sophie's choice on whether or not this spring the six bits for the guac cosign it. You're saying it's fucking. Don't what do we like. Meryl streep sleep in <hes> in soviet choice trying to decide which children obviously guac you know come on what about this commercial for wiz way giving ball. I think at this point. I think that <hes> steven and joe from airsmith are ready to start selling their songs in that wrong for still eating at chipotle and saw no. I mean some people like. Can you still eat at taco bell and i know that that's polio order. <hes> i get in ball. Oh no yeah well because i don't look at the <hes> i don't trust that press magna carta press and they put the thing under warm and i don't trust it now that you mention it now that you think that i think about it. You know you go into the mcdonald's ever see the they do. The skim read on the touch screen at mcdonald's bhubaneshwar plague villes yeah. I don't trust them so i go in and get the ball and then i get the white rice because it has a little tang to it and i don't like the brown rice because race on soldier that's go and when i see what you've done this little flower. I'd just go then i get chicken and then i go over and get the green poverty associates right in the middle little sour cream little grated cheese and then a little sidewalk glock and i don't stand there and flinch. Try to get somebody to cosign for me and then i get one of those weird drinks i have. I don't know why i'm drawn to it because i never get those drinks. It's like a bottle drink called <hes> sunny brooke farms pomegranate juice or something and over in the corner and i face out and hope nobody comes into light to place up over some past asked the health malady or something so that's by move voicemail number six chris from portland also commenting on our most recent episode. You gotta stay me on. The show dropped today thursday number four with bullet on billboard chart. This is starship. I gotta say me on the show that dropped today's day. I gotta come into the show under the weather more often that was awesome. It was poignant honest insightful and it was funny as always ways they <hes> in meeting. The state is one thing in the past. I've listened to you for a long time to kind of shocked me is you've obviously had some inaccessible experiences is with shakespeare and sounds like you're a fan of great art <hes> to recommendations that might help you if i may watch a fellow with laurence orange fishburne and kenneth borana and also polanski's macbeth from about seventy to try those and <hes> anyway. I just want to say love to show that includes you lindsey you add to the show addict guys want to cut that out but then gradually shakespeare was the center point of my life you know that whenever we freeze tag and b dalton bookstore on comedy night on the valley and i had your <hes> bowling ball. We're doing rolling sketches. Somebody would say freeze changed onerous onerous shakespeare. I'd always go to the pyramids some nights you were this be some nights. We switched sub reference <hes> <hes> but i never quite recovered from refines brother joe funds and shakespeare no now. We've talked about this before worse best picture winner that for crash well you if you know people in either movie and you don't want to say that's fine. I don't know i like there. Were parts of crash. I like to be honest. I overall i can see where some people thought it was a little too touchy feely or mystical fable of urban life but there are a couple of moments in there and <hes> but the worst overall blows to those shakespeare yeah <hes> <hes> been watching it beat the heartbreaks ordinary people beats an ordinary pairs people's a sweet film. <hes> you know mary tyler moore told me once that she was building a co-op and new york and <hes> they wanted to put a handicapped bathroom. That's room in her own apartment and she said new co op board and she said i'm not handicapped and they said well what if somebody eventually owns the house and is a handicapped person in my house. I plan on living here. They made her put serious. Kita send escrow she had put it into an escrow fund so if she ever sold the place the somebody who is handicapped and i said fuck i would have just started swinging. A bat and andy kept everybody in the room at the co op board. What are you kidding me so <hes> ordinary people beets <hes> raging bull right and then i love covers and it's great phil but let's face facts as a sin guy goodfellas and dancing with wolves come down in the same year yeah those something is beautiful cats. I love him so so for best picture. This was nineteen ninety-seven the other nominees hard life is beautiful that was the kid who comes up over the chairs and and so feel imagine you're a nerd kid like that your whole life in italy and i can imagine meaning wack at their spank. Thank you so feel ran. Even before the oscars are after all of a sudden here the weirdest cabinet climbing over chairs and you've got the sophia loren waiting the day as tall as he must. He should have just put the oscar. Take the truly statuesque on the thin red line terry malick cry yeah <hes> and let's see thin red line <hes> rubber or these. Those are the producers. There's not the actors on that might be <hes> the elizabeth i guess about <hes> the queen and then of course saving private ryan is probably the one that people look back on tom. Did that didn't win so win best picture so they are. That's best picture into a number one best director for it but i don't think that y- benin one gwyneth paltrow on supporting act yeah so yeah it didn't it only won best director and i remember people said that the that was when you first started hearing about weinstein being fully buyer i think people we'll say that he definitely bought that everyone for let's face facts saving private ryan just just a staggering work of amazing genius one of my favorite actors in there and god bless i. He's probably out there tonight. Live in way over the edge. Though oh my god what a stunning doctor in the movie and <hes> he has them moment and heat where you know and it's obviously famous on youtube for me. The action is juice. I mean it's he's a great actor. I mean a tough you must be. I tortured human being <hes> in that he has heard other people but <hes> great chops a couple of things about <hes> chris's voice. My first is have you tried to watch shakespeare movies and reading it as infuriate okay. Just curious listen if i want to. <hes> you know if i want to listen to somebody. Use words are the t._h. On all hang out with dip song guy i was just saying maybe maybe if somebody updated it so i could follow it right so perhaps it's about <hes> fellow wraps. That's probably something that you like to see. My son loves it and i cannot watch i always try and they're always in a turret and it's cold so so it's kind of a fire guys bitching and then the hair go swell and i just go watch john carpenter's the thing us and then louis comes in and lululemon and i went to that castle all the the i think gets in denmark. Isn't it yeah i mean it's you know but the castles not in denmark and my i don't know i went to that castle on a rainy cold day which is kind of beautiful all but <hes> as far as <hes> shakespeare and you know. I think if you went back we make too much of it now. I think they probably thought of him as has like a stephen king. No where the guy does garfield maybe the jim davis fifteen hundreds and by the way for those of you who do drive the one oh one this afternoon. I'll be heading homeward bound and if you see a cargo by you with a garfield a stick puppet in the window but it's not the cat. It's the assassinated president james garfield. You'll know it's me too soon and then i was wondering. How are you comfortable watching roman polanski movie at this point. Let's say one from the early seventies so it's like you know before he was a tailed rapist watched one in a while but i i must say bitter moon. You know i always feel odd about that. I i was i met polanski once and those in paris terrorists right yeah i was at a sidewalk cafe and i didn't i didn't quite know what to do. I do remember him sitting down. I thought um i stand up walk out. He was the guest of the guy who invited me to sit down for a second so i bid a hasty retreat eventually but i did not flip the table and walk away and in those few minutes he was so told me the funniest fucking story so i feel guilty that i received that story in laughed it was about to him and nicholson chinatown and the lakers in a game and he's called jack jack would come when he it grabbed jags some small t._v. through the window because jumped out of one of her five minutes and that story comes out and then i'm thinking don't enjoy enjoy this too much although as white asparagus season in the city of light. I don't know if you know about that right well. What's the cherry blossoms in dc then tokyo outside in kyoto and in in paris. It is literally a national day. I think the kids off early in the afternoon on white asparagus sta and they are unbelievable. It looks like the night stick. Frank rizzo used to carry in his comer button in philadelphia so big they are and i was just walking. I was going to sit at this cafe and a guy said dennis miller paris kemp. The guy knows me as an american. He's is with me emma glass of red wine. I guess i don't i don't think everybody adheres to that. I i think that might be like t._v. Networks like me that you can drink red wine with <hes> things that aren't beef. I glass aboard. Oh so i said and he's i'm being joined by somebody for lunch. Would you like to join us so i gotta go out and he's harry comes and then boom plunked down next to me roman polanski and like. I said it did pop. I been no ma'am but i didn't do anything so i guess fake like everybody else but i blew it earlier than i would've thought. This isn't <hes> comically sound just curious that's all. I think i've seen a lot of his movies. I've i've seen always talk about plans. Can i act no but i don't chinatowns the only one i see more than once. I haven't seen recently so i guess my karma's bound. I feel bad. I haven't seen recent ones and it's not even because like well because of what he had. I just i'm not i'm not i don't. I don't know something about them doesn't nicholson so staggering in that movie so great. He is <hes> sam uh-huh like bogey to me. Yeah just absolutely fantastic. I was watching a little bogie last night and <hes> this mr maat and african queen and <hes> <hes> <hes> she doesn't work for me all the time katherine hepburn but he is so good in that he's <hes> and you know the only people came to that movie and there's a great <hes> trump loyal piece about making that movie <hes> and <hes> peter vertical was the guy jeff fahey played and he was aide to camp right hand man and the line writer for the great houston when he goes down to africa and he wrote a the movie's called white hunter black heart and clint eastwood plays houston jeff fahey plays verdel and i would say by the way one of the best books i've ever read about about literary set hollywood hemingway papa the whole deal the bullfights is peter vertical <hes> dangerous friends where he actually at one one point ends up refereeing a fight at <hes> hemingway's place in cuba between drunken ernest hemingway and drunken john houston just allow the front yard pounding on each fabulous book but that movies also intriguing and stay with it. It's like when you see sean connery and hunt for red october dasche josh bosch cough and you're saying fuck. I can't do this for two hours and then there's some zip move in on sam kneels mouth pull back out and <hes> they're they're speaking english acquainted with that conceit was but it's like that when you first hear clint talk is houston. It's like oh christ. I can't watch this but then it falls away and around <hes> two to three minutes and it's it's quite a lark that film. I enjoy that that makes me wonder. Is there a movie that you love but there's like one performance in it that you're like. I'm going to suffer through this because i love the rest of the movie but this person is so bad it could even be somebody who's good and other move rising tide raises all boats yes. I sometimes think there probably is somebody's a stiff but i don't notice it. If i really of the film and <hes> i'm trying to think of something pops into my with my head where it just doesn't ring true through on there are movies. Were somebody who gives a perfect performance has one moment that doesn't ring true and and and and my there's one that sticks out immediately alien my head bill hurts perfect and broadcast news yes except he wants. He wants to work with holly on thing and he says i sort auto wanna. She's i sorta auto wanna clumsily every other moment he has an film is fucking perfect and he can go a whole film perfect <hes> body heat. It's perfect. He's he was a great great leading man perfect leading for that era but he has not one awkward moment in them. Well we'll get a couple more voicemails and before we let you go <hes>. Let's see voicemail number. Five is from devon in san antonio the our very big in the lonestar states today. I want to thank you for your podcast. I'm firmly say it on this afternoon. I listened to your comments about luby's let you know my son and i were talking one day. He said daddy lobby's. I said now it's movies. He goes no love as i said. Let's go ask them so. We drove over when inside. He said what is it. They said it's luby's you turn to me says dad now they're wrong. It's a lobbyist you know teenagers. What are you gonna do right. No no no no. I think you ought to rename your no facemask accord auntie facemask but then of course it might be confusing sounds like hawaiian kid talking about his long lost dad sister regardless grassy for your precise perspective and your perfect perspicacity here. Thank you my friend and another word advice. The young people it is pronounced luby's and if you are going to have sex remember to wear protection and use plenty of lubber can the lover is out. He really liked that one. What a nice joined by aleisha kris van our final voicemail and remember you can leave us a voicemail at eight six. Six five online rant mantha eight six six five hundred seven two six hundred. Please call early and call off tim from pennsylvania number four so i'm going to tell you a story about the other night. I was down judd and you made me laugh so hard. I opened my mouth. A bug flew in and i dry heave her. H straight minutes. I talked like peter brady for two days and my ribs hurt them the heaving leaving. I wanna thank you because without that. I wouldn't have the story to tell love what you're doing. Keep it up well and thank you for having me. The opportunity to utter the worst sends. I've ever uttered only pussies. Don't shit a bug out. Thanks for listening to the dennis miller option exclusively on the westwood one tune into new episodes every tuesday and thursday on the westwood one app westwood one dot com and on apple podcasts and remember to rate review you and share until next time that's the show and we are outta here from the westwood one podcast network.

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095 - On International Oreos, Chips, and Cracker-Cookies

Food Scientists Podcast

49:46 min | 1 year ago

095 - On International Oreos, Chips, and Cracker-Cookies

"Cast I'm your host Amy Zajac I'm here with Brian Pearce hello everyone and Danny sussman and we're here live so if you're this is the food scientists interesting to see how many locations actually go through the effort to get the liquor license to sell the beer three hundred food news our experiences and then we have ice cream flavored orioles anymore than that we have some exactly so you'll go if I invite you again Brian I will go if there's something that we need to talk about on the podcast we talk about everything on the podcast uh-huh among other things I would do that again I would invite you wow I didn't realize that you were that into white castles that you're still carry I don't know what to call these other things I'm holding cookies and crackers that there's something like that they're huge packages ebony locations they have I can't imagine it's going to be good beer it might be good beer like castle label like a month or so words and went with a friend in candidate the do it yourself white castle buffet to try out the impossible slider eh call this condiment flavored potato sauces they're like well how Mrs a dip a dip okay seasoned something I have never liked white castle but it's breakfast right their breakfast was good that guy gave them that it's an adult memory that you snub me I mean that's all I on the snub to childhood memory we used to have white castles growing up. 'cause I'm from Michigan and they were more prevalent than here from New York with her super prevalent but she didn't have hearts she only had the little gumdrops yes and they didn't come out looking right now I was a little disappointed it's just a green sugar cookie is too so cookie Fan yes yes and surprisingly here's the host I have lots of food news ooh Spooky Cat oh also perfect size I like that I am I'm kind of tempted to go bob I mean with Cunard but what did you expect I don't know if you think it's pre made for you they could make a great shape that would require refitting a whole factory or make your heart that grows three times that size as you bake it I thought I read that it did that was that just the joke as opposed to yeah I mean ah the Nestle is making you know the refrigerated dough regis cut make cookie now they're making grinch cookies yes yeah they're green sugar cookies with a little it's GonNa be a coal which apparently goes through wealth burgers I do Koelsch and not only will be sold at white castle it will be sold in stores but snickers is coming out with a new candy bar but this time with Pecans Pecans if you will really so yeah I don't know arcade of doing more than just to sheet of crappy the round cookies with the pumpkin shapes in them they can put us to Die Gulf wait in the studio do you remember that yes I'm tonight show. He lit the desks on fire it was his chair David Letterman's so maybe maybe they get it we might have to do a youtube exclusive taste I mean I went with White Castle slider I will say I recently had quite that Japanese kick cats are going to start wrapping their candy bars in paper there's no is Jay Leno oh Jay Leno Okay Jay Leno in fact I was prep- Preparing for this Tonight Show David Letterman right here in the studio heart reminded me of Franson Brian's mom's nipple cookies because that was the same effect wasn't they work ranch cookies and they respond Oriole meow meow meow heat purposely destroyed the face I of course yeah meowing and pain what Browning and crates so cookie though you know to me that's green and I I have one very quick thing it's not that exciting to me oray number one white castles GonNa have beer beer white castle labeled branded beer instructions with Origami paper specifically with instructions on how to make a crane out of it this is part of a larger global effort by Nestle to reduce plastic. That's how the cookies are they're premade in one thing that quick you appreciate your your the way that you would expect that refrigerated cookie dough makers roast heap would anyone like a bite I'm good thank you well it's delicious I we did get some feedback But I was travelling this last week for work I was in the northern Virginia DC area and they have things they give instructions on how to fold the paper and make a little crane which is something about health and happiness because sometimes when you want a snack you also want arts and crafts fidget error that we don't including sheets which cheats sheets which is a gas station wprost another one I would try one you can roast it well I think Brian has a food experience I would remind the chat don't encourage Danny please all right moving I have I have two more news item so do one more than if you guys want to jump in we can go they have kind of ready or made to order food so it's kind of like a little fast food section that they have there and they do have milkshakes that you can order as eighteen brian with Z. Whoa there's a lot of smoke here right now amy you might WanNa fan not just any cheeseburger dish it was a burger where the cheese was Mozzarella sticks okay and that but this is an actual candy that you put in there right now being numberless side package Andy's so you push the candy in yourself maybe I don't think so I think so the kitties are so oh my goodness okay well while you're roasting that Danny in silence well kind of like blizzards and whatnot But I got a cheeseburger there your food is just a cheese oh but it was oh I have the little cat and afford this is why he saved just bring Hank I mean now you you have fire it's kind of the cat I have a few experiences actually I spent this last week and if you hear noises in the background that's just the fire burning the cat it's fine as it is I guess if you really like Zing the peanut vendors is all over the place but they are I mean they've had I mean the the almond is good which they replaced the old school Mars Bar with right allegedly another snickers you just like website and sign up for our newsletter or paper you can fold into a thing yeah that people's really delicious so you want me to roast you one strikes things So I have a news I go for a last week I talked about the new P. Shapes there is there is another one so they're starting with certain kinds I and then they're going to move onto the bags which probably won't be Origami paper just paying them but I thought that'd be neat was amazing to have tomato sauce on it it did not really needed Marinara sauce those would you catch up or Mariner oh I would maria put ranch dressing absolutely only monsters will put range on that Oh yeah some of us dunk are much apparently you there's this little kiosk where you put your order in and then you get a little like receipt thing but they don't Russian Atlantic coast of Canada but still I I I'm sure it's fine I'm sure it's good but I got food poisoning from a crime after last week's episode this there is at least one listener who went out and tried rose peeping am I didn't you all right my my last name during the fire off please turn the fire up okay and that in and that's how you can quickly with torch life while okay sorry little fast you can roast a peep when you just have a little torch and peop- talk about sheets brain ripple cat what don't get all my goodness look at the little capped rose to the marshmallow for the little church we can face get an oil change I see what you did there yeah but yeah I mean you know people go there just for the food and I can see why they do that hot sauce and there's a video that was shared on our youtube page so go to our youtube page and you'll see me feel like that's just really cracker Jack's has devolved to remember it used to be a prize decent things and now the prizes are basically trying volcano sauce and Scorpion pepper sauce spoiler alert it didn't go well for me and if you don't know what Brian faces you will find yes not like oh my goodness Scorpion spider one that's I think I just had that one roasted cat raw and it just takes a little hand roaster and a fork and you can have that as a snack anywhere and I thought you had just a lighter something which surprise we sushi anywhere but especially would scare me okay anything that should be refrigerated maybe would scare minute a little bit this week for a company event and the first day I showed up I was greeted by someone with various kinds of but also because I was away I was actually long story short I was at a different office for work make it until you bring it up to them I want to make sure you're GONNA pay for it I think I paid for it already. Yeah but they're not gonNA make over long times bad for some of the best was at a place that had been a gas station it was so good that at one pieces like undercooked and you're like this is kind of aw well okay right and the blizzard is thick consumed with a spoon and has cookie dough pieces and so technically it's a snicker they have a moment okay so she does a gas station and you would think why would you go to a gas station for food but the other listeners I ran into said they want you to go to this place in town known for their hot wings they want us to do a live stream from there so they can watch it Jin kind of a follow up to last week's episode it was Mark Bickford and he wanted to know the difference between the Deke Mhm all right one last piece of news and experience for me unless either one of you had something I haven't experienced go for it will you tell yours chicken but it's so good saying only the woods is the gas station yeah we'll that would scare me to get Sushi at a gas station I would definitely have a burger with Mozzarella sticks on it I've heard him really good gas station like Perito in Texas so this make sense to me the best fried chicken I ever Dixon male male branch I maybe had the option but I missed it it was kind of it because it was my first time there I didn't know how to order with cheesecake in it I mean I still like would go for like a mud Pie I I like the Oreo base or the peanut Butter Cup base the most snicker doodle and cinnamon rolls shakes which we did we talked about that before you actually did trip so the shake is consumed with tasted like a cinnamon roll with cheesecake with cream cheese frosting so if you're into the cheese cake like into the cream cheese frosting at the gas station well it's going to think that it's not just the gas station it's like also you know you can a hurricane so the official flavor that they call it is citrus punch so why cyclone is called Citrus Punch yeah I don't really drink soda but in the name of science I was willing to try it so I stopped by and picked up some mountain dew cyclone what d'you cyclones tastes like let's find a because well because you're eating yeah that was my only reason okay so one of our listeners this week I'm GonNa pull up the tweet asked a right they just like the the nut butter thing so I think there's a lot of things and seeing what what stay nuts yes which was very sweet of him and it turned out payment for favor which we won't we won't get into that right now I did not watch it because I felt like that would just validated and make more people torture all tells billy opt out the cookie pieces for cheesecake pieces you could turn the snicker doodle cookie dough blizzard into a add the cheesecake bits into the sneaker one instead of the cookies it was a cinnamon roll with a cream cheese is because I never thought that you would like anything I and I said I don't know I haven't even heard of that because it just came out in July i June actually June the beginning of June and title cookie dough blizzard and a cinnamon roll shake but I had a theory that I wanted to task because we are scientists and the theory was that if you I he asked me what I thought about the new mountain dew cyclone that is exclusive to speedway another gas station Austin Cinnamon Roll Blizzard because it was and I did it and it was kind of amazing you I'm on the record as a cheesecake hater but here we have these little glasses here in front of us easy life slop jackpots. He's been in here it is certificate accident in the Seltzer Soda Fountain Area This replaced Code Red you can still buy code red in the two leaders about NEUKOLLN I won't be trying those cinnamon and you don't don't don't Diana's I'm just a little all right so last thing here we have news they kinda looked at me a little funny when I ask for but I'm trying to make it into the cinnamon roll blizzard like Oh yeah so okay so you can do worst of his now that's fine but then I found out he bought the munchies was that the Giant Cup of Soda was only sixty nine cents demar spell only bad it's way better better than a regular peop- I gave you that when I say peeps roasted never eat your peop- yeah just gave you a quick look back down so looking better now I peep if on fire is that Brian showed up at the studio with a Giant Cup of this and also a bag of munchies for me for you yeah I've never been a fan of that you don't like the treat Brian it's not great amy do you enjoy the treat so I kind of remember no don't see did we say his name three times because he showed up easy life is in the chat right now they had no cash and he didn't WanNa pay his credit card sixty nine cent soda so I saw them thought of you and I was like well that silly to own any earth wind and do something nice for Danny so what do you think of the cyclone the mountain dew cyclone get the punch taste I don't get such a strong citrus taste though kind of tastes like probably with more caffeine yeah but you know what I forgot about the caffeine you know what I would want in that situation is the Tahitian treat red but people are not happy about that I like it better than Code Red I don't I have not had code red but I was thinking this tastes like generic red soda he is available in Japan but I purchased it at a store in Amsterdam called juniors that specializes in eight I berger what about a marshmallow cat that has been set on fire during the recording of a podcast make me more I will eat it make that go away is sixty nine cents so why not I would do the same even if you don't want it by no good deal so yes I was like why could or I could make it a little more an American candies they bring American candies to Europe but have a section of Japanese candy that's also where the fried chicken because you don't smoke but you have an actual little torch have an actual little layer yeah it's a little little lace torture kitchen tool always have way less cream then American orioles but they're creamier gas but the flavor is stronger yes yes so they got both of those things going for them even though you get less kind of more very chocolatey it is that's my problem with alive things of this nature we have that is interesting strawberry cheesecake Oreos also from Europe very commonly available it is so good he's not going to set it on fire no I mean I could we could put Bacardi one fifty one and then you know what just like the the glass here aw there and then number three will be the blueberry ice cream oreo this is the Milka Chocolate Brownie Oreo bar which is fantastic and that has chocolate on chocolate on chocolate with oriented it's chocolate and chocolate if you really want a cookie that tastes like a Brownie my goodness she is dipping it in the fruit punch the ice cream flavored we take the ones that are start off with the chocolate Brownie you've they do smell very quickly very brownie not really sure May and just flew all those fruit trees right into their what I think is my favorite part of the story go for mm-hmm but you know for could you do this I thought it was I thought it was an improvement all right his call and tell it's a ooh berry realized cream as prevalent it says oreo ice cream but underneath it in very little princess chocolate sandwich cookie is with blueberry every right to talk about Orient Okay so dear you talk about where you got these because these are not just new flavors at recently came out they are special though right so we have soda we might Dunk Oreos in it you might lament oh come on you don't think his Berry Ooh I like it even though it kind of tastes like strawberry quick I do like it two of these are our standard European flavors are all kind of show the chat one at a time the first one is Choco Brownie Oreos but my problem is I don't have a big memory of it I mean this is fine if you really really like Citrus Fruity Punch soda chocolate you would like it but just like when dairy queen has a chocolate chocolate blizzard came like I like my variety when I'm eating something in the flavor I get the strawberry way more than the cheesecake yeah I agree which is a win for me I'm really trying to get the is try it otherwise if you don't have the speedway near you kind of out of luck I will have to bring you both the treat I'm good thank you the Tahitian tree ever colored filling the smell isn't super overwhelming it's berry whereas in this doesn't do a good it tastes like a Brownie I'd rather have more the thing that's really good if you can get your hands on it this is a fairly standard European Oreo one of the things that always amazes me is that in Europe whenever something brownie flavored there's always an American flag with it they're not particularly hard to find a mostly like if you're in Europe literally every store that would have oreos with have I was Gonna ask the question of kind of Red Pop Fago redpath I was Gonna ask the question do they just take the code red sticker off and put the cyclone sticker on and not whole bunch of Oriole ice cream products okay I dropped one we'll finally yeah we'll get to it she does came from so these guys to be better than that go brownie tastes smells very chuckled the blueberry that's it's very hard to find that is actually now it's time they taste very good the ice cream orioles we think because it's kind of the same distributor you can also find them but you might have to weed through you can find them on Amazon and for international items that are not outrageously priced they're more expensive but you can get them not horrible price and Michael Unfit Strawberry next so yeah so now yeah I'm excited for these the strawberry cheesecake flavor breath I'm expecting the cheesecake to be and the strawberry it'd be very prevalent in these very light pink floyd okay let me taste it again I really liked these mixed a cookie just a little bit softer of course the the Sarah I don't think code is fruity as this this does taste like defer if you want if you had like a Hawaiian Punch and sprite and mix them together that you would hope sit in the chocolate in the fruit flavors melt together and now both of these we've had so far you can get on Amazon thin where I take off the top layer so I can taste the cream or you're always taking your top on the show we gotta talk about one thing I've foreign orioles is cheesecake in it not quite I mean how does the fruit punch to house it enhance it I don't know but it's better than expected they didn't watch us go find us on youtube or you like to watch that you don't be demanding you're right Ken want we will have let's just a marshmallow it's a marshmallow co criminally coding at the crunchy coated on the outside and marshmallow on the inside it's like liquefied uh these are definitely Purple Smelt Microphone by mistake done that Oh they smell very blueberry e wow yeah they do and it's just a teeny tiny little thing of blueberry cream compared to what we are is Berry Oh while so thanks for listening to everybody and have a great week and let's see what I buy partially because Strawberry cheesecake something I'd love it makes me think of not only strawberry cheesecake but the strawberry cheesecake blizzard one of my all time favorites are you gonNa call with am I going to have all my wants and needs fulfilled no I don't think so but maybe via therapists can help us work that out so I am going to frolic with the ice cream oreos this could be sorry not really sorry between the strawberry and the blueberry I think I'm going to marry the strawberry cheesecake all at Mommy I might in intimate times but I think this is the one that I have the best shot of having a long term thing what I don't want to marry you and I don't WanNa fall with you you know you can be nice to look at a little bit but yeah you're dying because I hate it that much but more because someone has to die in this one it was the least exciting to me again the chocolate upon chocolate good flavor but Oreos in mysterious Red Soda Fruit Nacho Marge Matt Someone's what if there were rum in the soda as low side vs right here and he's either microwaving or throwing up from something I don't know these are enjoyable no this was not meant to be an ongoing thing but it won't go away so this is a frolic for me but unfortunately I think it might be a fatal the flavor that pack up punch because there's not a lot of cream in this but it's like it's like an actual blueberry okay maybe I guess but I mean they really focus on the Oreo ice cream or ice cream oriented I am I didn't like dunking it in the torquil this might be a hard week and easy life is asking chat why amy keeps dipping these in the soda she's the host she does many things we them Oh there are three of them we should we should do something with that we should do something like our game of f. m. k. frolic with Mary there should be no aftertaste on an oil and then I'm GonNa frolic with the Choco Brownie it's it's a lot of there's a way to get these but again just keep trying online again know that you'll have to weed through maybe Blueberry Oreos we didn't try that but I would recommend these so there's three they're on instagram and facebook and they were very excited to hear about our podcast as well so if you don't go to Japan but to go to Europe either if you're ready to play the game because I can I can play for Alita saw okay well I am going to kill the Choco Brownie Oreo blueberries so I don't I don't I have no idea why they call them ice cream by not just call them blueberries strawberries or call cheese actually dip in rem cream if you're going to dip into a rum based beverage that's the correct answer I didn't have that option all and they are good while you have them but afterwards you do have that kind of that feeling your mouth of what did I do because that's not everyone's say on it delicious trick with Oreo twist Lick Dunk so they're saying right it's kind of like that thing that you go to and then afterwards you're like so like the only way to avoid those to keep eating them I think that would work these I got in Amsterdam at a store called juniors who they're saying that you need a dog so that you don't need to vacuum yeah I have cats so no I love blue moon ice cream eat a lot of blueberries but I'm going to kill the blueberry Oreo because that after taste is just killer I can't deal with it chocolate Brownie it's a lot it's a lot to take it's tasty but the you can only have so many so have fun and move along which means I'm surprised whatever this is a little bit of a weird aftertaste to me the mountain dew really accentuates that after taste and these versus the others understood it is fruity and fruit and chocolate go together and it's the strawberry oreos and a blueberry oreos oreos and milk and Oreo and freezers go together action sort of thing going on and I might be in danger I don't know I can go Danny still reading I'm going to surprise myself because I love Blueberry in general tasty and I would keep eating those all right I'm Marie Danny I just noticed that the blueberry ice cream additional flavor like caramel let's say I will say this let's talk about Brownies Do like frosted brownies I self again by marrying the strawberry cheesecake but it's because it's not so cheesecake in more strawberry strawberries and chocolate go very well together I really enjoyed it there is no but there was no like well kind of it was just over the top chocolate fact that the keyword here is trick and I was tricked by it because I thought you were going and the perfect Brownie needs no carmel you so adding onto the Brownie as messing with perfection but you can enhance that like with peanut butter these these recently correct yes because there is a sell by date on here where everything is blanket says date month year like tricked me it tricked me wrong I liked it at first and then I didn't like it at all and for that it must die here's something else Brownie I'm like yeah those chocolate Browning and brownies are supposed to be chocolate did you feel like it could have benefited from from an maybe you can talk all night yeah we can talk on my but it will get nowhere right which brings me to chocolate Brownie the one that I will love from that was just a lot of chocolate but you know what at the end of the day Ain't nothing wrong with that like it is what it is and it's Good Yeah D. D. Y. Y Y so we don't know yeah probably printed in there somewhere maybe the strawberries and gave me that after taste and so I'm gonNA kill it yeah that was just brutal it wasn't brutal but oh yes we are claiming strawberry cheesecake I want you I need you but there ain't no way I'm ever GonNa love you risking messing up a perfect Brownie that's all I'm saying don't mess with perfection so you're not willing to take the risk to have something even doesn't need it a perfect Brownie needs no frosting might doesn't mean it it's not good with it and these don't need something unlike works for me do you feel there was no like where's the cheesecake there was no questions about it that is true it is little us chocolate that's when you frost a Brownie properly done brownie needs no false evidence the frost them because there's something wrong just going yes I I was just gonNa say that's like saying good chocolate doesn't need anything else trump doesn't need it but it can benefit from having something else like referred to a famous philosopher Meatloaf we're getting classy and I think they're saying twist off the cream lick the crater they leave it on twist I dunno you can study the illustrate J. Well I talked about the you don't be sad cause two out of three ain't bad so you would do I would I will frolic with it but yes do you know and brownies get frosted When the brownies actually to drive right when you mess something up if you have a poorly cook Brownie trusted thing that that sounds good up really a perfect Brownie is perfect and it doesn't need anything a perfect Brownie made perfectly with yeah now now she only likes the weird potato chips she doesn't care so much about this week things you're these have really weird aftertaste just so much salt if if these need no dip if this flavor on meet it would be much better run cake I'm just saying if it's done perfectly it's done perfectly it doesn't mean anything else if you take a perfect Brownie and add Carmel your these I'm surprised these are good I'm just a little more disgruntled than anything I really like these it tastes like burned potato imagine that yeah that's why I wasn't old Dutch roasted red pepper Hamas I would not choose to buy either one of these I'm just going to either do you know why I chose to buy that US he's fascinating I have never said I like meat flavored potato fascinated by flavor if it was up to me plane ruffles no pringles no that's not even a potato chip you were close you almost got

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Jay Leno - A Crash Course in Comedy and Money

Phil in the Blanks

49:50 min | 1 year ago

Jay Leno - A Crash Course in Comedy and Money

"Did you ever have any idea? He was spent twenty thirty years on television. No, I never thought I was dyslexic, as a kid. My mother would always say, look because this Lexi's you're gonna have to work twice as hard as the kids to get the same thing. Using to me to take the high road at every turn. I'm not saying you don't get upset get mad. But when you a lot of cars you live Bentley hills. Get. Shot. Is there anything more knowing than whiny? Rich people Clarice. That was Jay Leno. Legendary Jay Leno I might say talking to me, I'm Dr Phil, and you are listening to fill in the blanks. You know, Jay Leno but a few things about him. He's been a fulltime host on tonight show for seventeen years before, really, it was a forced retirement, frankly, and he talks, very candidly about that. What people didn't know is so many nights when tonight show was over, he jumped on a small Lear jet and hopped over to Vegas and did a show in Vegas every night. He has two income streams, and what he always said is he banked his tonight show money and lived off of his comic money. Think about that not one time from the time, he started till he retired he'd never touched one time of his tonight show, money. He always lived off a stand up comedian. I mean the guy's done films. He was in American hot. Wax as far back seventy eight. He's won Emmys for tonight show. Jay leno's garage is in the, the hall of fame for broadcasting and cable, people's choice. He's got a star on the Hollywood walk of fame. He's even an author. He's written children's books. How to be the funny skit in a Hawaiian world. And if roast beef could fly, he's written leading with my chin. I mean listen. Jillian, our good friends, we've been friends for a long time. I think I've done the tonight show like fifty times, but this was a chance for us to sit down and just talk, as friends and we actually did it in Jay leno's garage. And when I say garage, I mean garage, they look like hangers a hundred and forty thousand square feet with twelve foot ceilings, and there's more interesting stuff in there than you can shake stick at. So anyway, you're on fill in the blanks. Hit your subscribe button. Let's stop talking about Jay Leno. And start talking to Jay Leno which I'm going to do in less than sixty seconds. They show sponsored by procure maker of hydrocortisone cream with Kalinda try hydrocortisone cream with Kalinda today and get a three dollar discount on Amazon using the code word three, Phil. Just go to procure heels dot com slash Phil and use the code three, Phil. That's the number three plus. P. H L all one word and make sure you type it in all caps. This episode is brought to you by progressive. What would you do with an extra seven hundred dollars. Buy a plane ticket. Treat yourself to those shoes you've been I with progressive. You can find out drivers who switch and save save an average of six hundred and ninety nine dollars a year on car insurance. Get your quote online at progressive dot com and see how much you could be saving. It's amazing. How much people are getting their information now on this kind of thing podcast. Right. I want to do with you because I wanted to do person, I had the most in common with hide Meyer. What we do so much. Thanks. I was thinking the other day, but I started to Dr Phil seventeen years ago. The I texted never been sent. There was no Instagram. Think of everything has changed. We started FBI were our friends. Russia was our enemy. Exactly. Yeah, this is so much change. Really, what we sorry, we're three jails. ABC NBC CBS. That was it. You know, it's funny because I grew up in an hour of channel to channel four channel seven. Yeah. And when I hear kids go, yes. Channel seven eighty one what I mean when you say channel Fordham they, it's different. They don't what does that mean? You know, and now even CBS do promo. Sometimes you like we do for affiliate. So tune in to me at three o'clock on CBS sixty five a hell is CVS. Did you lose your? Very funny. When did you first get a building here? My first building was ninety one. Oh, really ninety ninety one. Yeah. 'cause I just kept stuff at my house, and then the neighbors Saturday, cash, she moves to. As I've been again out of you. So I want to Bellevue. Yeah. I'm one of those people I like to come back here and work on cars. You know, there's at all saying the hardest happiest when the head and the hands work together. And when you write jokes, all day, just thinking with your head, and then you come in you work with your hands and it's just relaxing, accomplishing something you feel like you. You've done something, you know, you still do comedy all the time. Oh, yeah. I knew about two hundred dates us two hundred ten dates year. I'm on the road. Yeah. So now you travel where all over the country everywhere, do you try to do swings where you do like two or three at a time while trying to get stuff? So you don't wanna do Alaska and then Miami. And then, you know, yeah, that's kind of a bad route. Yeah, but yeah, that's pretty much what I do. But I try to I come home every night if it's west of the Mississippi. Because that's kind of how you stay married. So it's a two or three hour flight, yes, that's not problem. Then you come home things happen on the road which don't happen in Hollywood. I was I was working in Canada, a little town, and I was staying in a hotel like a confident or something. It was across the street from kind of a mall. So walk over the mall, and there's like a little restaurant the meeting there. This guy comes very Goza, your that, that TV said, yeah, I'm Jay how y'all like being on the TV said, yeah, yeah, like TV. He says, can I ask you question about show business hours wanted sitting it was questioned? He says to me, you know, those commercials, the gals were washing the hair in the shower and everything I said, yeah, he says. They when he closed on when the nurse. So I said, oh, no, no. I am fact my friends job is to audition, those girls. They have to take a shower. He watches him who really is that really have a mo-? Yeah. Yeah. He designed, which ones, you know, perfect and EMA. See fifteen twenty girls day was all our and get a job like that. I said, well, I guess you'd have to go to Hollywood. And you know additions or Steve he had this fantasy gone. It just it just made me. I just love that kind of stuff, you have to get away from Hollywood to, to, to kind of see what real people laugh and what they like we are in a bubble here. Oh, yeah. No. This is this is such this the stupidest bubble. Yeah. I mean, the best example of that is I'm not gonna say who it was. All right at somebody on the show of big star. And during the commercial break, he says to me, hey, you like cars. What's or get a sports fence of good spots yet. I said Willis, it's time I said, this new Ferrari came out, just unbelievable. He said to me. But, you know, everybody's got a Ferrari, I go, okay. Just not. Have you ever say that you'll be taken out the streets? You'll be beaten and killed okayed you understand that you need to get out of Beverly Hills. It most people have never even guys have never even seen the Ferrari, in the idea that you think everybody, you know, 'cause everybody has I mean it was the most hilarious thing I've ever heard of Maya. Yeah. We do live in a bubble. Yeah. It's a bubble when you pull up to valley parking, every car there is two hundred thousand bucks. I mean you live in the cars belonging to the valet or two hundred thousand dollars. Yeah. Did you ever have any idea when you grow up? I know you aren't to be a comedian on. No, even though your fifth grade teacher wrote on your report card if you had spent as much time studying as you did trying to be funny. You'd be great comedian Sunday. Did you ever have any idea you spent twenty thirty years on television? No, I never thought I was dyslexic as a kid I was. My brother was the smart one. I cannot. Remember my parents have one of those, but what are you going to do with J conversations that really's? I, I was in earshot, you know. And I was I was lucky. I was a huge believer in low self esteem. My mother always say, look because this Lexi's that you're going to have to work twice as hard as the kids to get the same thing. And when I would go to like, go to the improv New York, audition, and you'd line up at six o'clock like Sunday night for eleven thirty twelve thirty spot you just get there for that spot. And that might be fifty people ahead of you and I remember sitting there at six seven eight nine inevitably guys in front ago Saxon. I'm getting at him. Great. I move. And that's kind of the way I looked at it, you know, I, I like to work. I took every job I didn't ask how much job paid just took the job. And I always figured if you're any good at what you do then maybe the money will come later use literally stood in line to addition for a spot. That's how you did it. How many minutes? Oh, three or four minutes. Five minutes three or four minutes. Yeah. Since stand in line for five hours to get up to three or four minutes away, you're gonna get an audience really. Once I got reasonably proficient, I would go into bars in Boston. And I put fifty dollars on the bar, and I'd say the was let me go up and tell jokes if people leave, you keep the fifty if they laugh giving the fifty back I lost fifty bucks. A few times, for the most people said advocate keeping money, but don't come back or it wasn't very come back tomorrow. You don't have to put two fifty. I'll K and you sort of got in that way, you know, the idea was just try to get on stage. Just try to get in front of an Omni. I have to say a lot of people. No kidding. Believe that. It's just luck everybody thinks they can do talk show because like talk they think you're comedian, they think hey. Funnier by laughs at cocktail parties. So I could do that. I could be me, but I don't think they get how much you worked to that. Want him to get? No. Of course not saying. Okay, here is the funniest joke. I have ever written. Are you ready for it now? Yeah. Yeah. Wasn't that good? If you just if it appears to roll off the top of your head then suddenly, it's hilarious. The trick is to make it look easy. If it looks hard, it's not going to be funny. Mido Portola when storage, she said based problem you're gonna have is you make it look easy. Yeah. Instead, he's gonna think you're shoot your hip. Do you remember the first joke you told for money, there are two jokes when I was a kid in school? I remember one time I was maybe five and my mother, Chuck me to my aunt's house, in their bunch of ladies, having Chee and wine or other things, and I was sitting on the floor the about six women, they're all yacking, and I looked at the women. And I asked what I thought was an astute question. I said, why do women have humps like camels, and they have? Can't be your boy women are like you. I have been drink zimmerli falling on the phone. I say when I say that. What makes you? So I always remembered that, and I remembered, you tend to remember everything you say the gonna laugh because it like it, it puts a little notch in your brain. You just just sorta remember that? I mean, I remember when I had MRs Allen, who I still talk to my fourth grade teacher, would, she's telling us about Robin Hood, and she said, how cruel sheriff of Nottingham was, and she would boil issued take Robin's men and boil them and oil, and I said, well, you know why she did that to talk. And she said, why? Because he was a friar. She's alright. I that and I, I see the casino like laughing, but chastising me. And then when I was in the hall like the next day, a couple of years, you said miss intimacy alum, as OMO fryer tackles fire I oh, and these things on of work. They'll, you set me up one night, I don't know if you remembered on tonight show, you remember this head, he remember Tracy used to get on us because you and I would get back in the. The restroom. She said, you guys are having the whole show back here. You're staying back here too long and talking. And this is great stuff. And you should not do this. And you said you think you can do this year should go out and do the monologue outright? I'll yeah. Went up without me and told everybody in the audience, okay? Doctor Phil's going to do the monologue. Nobody laugh. I don't care what he says, everybody there has don't do thing, just sit on your hands. Did you send me out there to do the monologue? And it looked like they'd said, much dead people in the chairs and I'm like, dying up. There was fantastic. Gave it away was I look over there, and you're dying over there on the side, laughing. Well, yeah, yeah, it was really funny to you. It was hilarious to me. I got a little sense of just how tough it is never forgotten that still holds it. Yeah. That was like fifteen years ago. Yeah. Easy using forgotten it. But I don't. Is there zone? You get into is there a feeling you have when Iran stage and you you hit the sweet spot. And you know, it's work. I know exactly exactly. How do you describe that, you know, it's the fancy night fan fest, ninety minutes of my life, 'cause you, you can turn on the AC and it's silly. But the last hold you up, there are a lot of comedians that are mean and mean can be very funny. But when you have one this not mean, oh, then they don't then like you, you know, I never got the school of comedy, just angry all the time because I was not never an angry person is a great join doing this. It's fun to tell jokes fund to make people. But there are no what you're talking about. Because if there with you, and they like you they'll laugh to make you happy. They left to be happy with you. And it's just a good feeling in the room versus somebody being like really hostile bombastic and crowds. Thank as one might that. I mean was a mob Intel if somebody heckles you and your two main back at them. Ooh. Any on inside the heckler. So you need to have to kinda let him down gently ago. Yes, sir. Go what you're saying. Sorry, I'm sorry. You know and now they get nervous. And you know, do you have a first move strategy with a heckler now? Now now. It's always different. I always try to figure out what the heckling about, you know, I'm sorry, microphones, everyone. What was it, sir? I'm sorry, you know. Yeah. What would you wanna say then go well? You suck. Did you write that? That's very clever. You know whatever it might. The typically win over for the most. If you don't win them over, you win the audience, because they, they sense, look, you gave this guy chance to acquit himself, and he screwed it up even worse. You know. So it's, it's I told the story wants to Johnny Carson just love this story, but it sure I worked in Atlanta. There was strip club, Georgia outside lamb called the mine shaft and back then to winnow comedy clubs you used to MC ship trans and the, the gimmick behind this club was the club had no lights. No lights on the stage when you walked in, you pay ten bucks for ticket and for another ten bucks. You got a miner's hat with a light on. Okay. So he had like a hundred guys with these light right? And I'd be standing in the dark and they'd be like naked woman, dancing, and all the lights would be on the women. And I just be in the dark when the guys look at me Alan, hey, it's like starring Harley headlight right in your eye. It just it just be this all the time, just lights going. All of just, just hilarious. -ly awful. That's terrible. A was terrible. I'm yeah. I worked also your telephoto filers stripping over here. All the, let's around there. Yeah. So whenever I hear comedian complain that the lighting was bad at this. It makes me laugh makes me laugh out. I remember opening once for rare earth. Remember, then get ready. So I'm on stage. I got the mic like this, you know, and I see the mic cord go down the stage and appears to go into the audience off too. Let's look good. And I'm talking somebody pulls it and the Mike Santa my hand. I'm going through the crap. Hey, hey. And I got charged seventy five bucks for the loss. Mike and I didn't get paid. Stowed your mind. They still wanted to come out of it. Yeah. Whatever might be. Yeah. I mean, I learned very early on the first club ever works place called Lenny's on the turnpike, and, and Saugus, Massachusetts. And I don't mean for buddy rich. This is my first time. Guy was, please welcome. Young comedian. Jay Leno the I hear geigo, we hate him, he sucks. I'm thinking, well, how did they want the parents of how, how could I never I've never been anywhere? This is my first time they see me come in based on that. You know, you're trying to use logic, and you're there is no logic. How to go? It was. I, I mean look, it was so exhilarating to be on stage. I mean, I'm sure I sucked. But I thought, oh I must've been pretty well, it's comedy changed the things that are doing on stage now. I wasn't hearing twenty thirty years ago in terms of the off color, and that sort of thing, the really good comics can use it to an advantage. Really bad comics use it because they have no alternative. I mean, I think if you watch Richard Pryor, or any of these guys any, the great guys Carlin, and they use bad words, whatever you wanna call it as actually funny, because that's not the focal point. That's not the punchline at a joke that somewhere on the way the joke. What do you think it is about some people like Bob Newhart show? Good example, is a friend of mine and. I can walk in the room where he's sitting at a table. He can just look up and look at you and you just start laughing out some that I love him because he's a great word sniff. He knows most. Good comedy is a commie of words to try to get to the funniest place in the shortest time possible. And Bob always picked the right word for the situation. I remember he had a very obscure little joke. It's one of my favorites paraphrasing him, it's about an astronaut who has the first encounter with extraterrestrial life outerspace in comes back to earth in the newspapers are asking questions. Got the space how him up and one of the protas asks a how much how further ahead of us are these Ayling's? Bob says a six weeks. And he goes, six weeks perfectly because two weeks, you could catch up to a six months, six months, but six weeks is just further further away that we could never catch them. But you know what I'm saying what it's just it's just the phrase six weeks. I mean that funny, Uber is just such a funny at such a funny turn to find exactly the right phrase what you still do it. But keeps you going? No, I know the money's not bad, but less fans not the players, you don't have to work. Well, I think everybody has to work as well. Chelsea stick New England sought a background, you sort of, knew that you should be working as I said, I was a kid who was never a good student, and, and I didn't I my when I was at school. The guidance council. My mother in and said, I thought taken Jay out of school, and my most of will I wanted to that. And he said, you know, education's not forever like say, hey, I'm in the room Lord, those Jay, you work in McDonalds. Right. They have a program with a teach outta may change. You go to Hamburg university. I don't know where McDonald's rest of my life because I was such a bad student. They just wanna get out of there. So the idea that you'll pay me to go tell jokes, I think most people when they hear a joke, they tell it to their friend and the more, they tell it the better, they get the better to get it till the job, and eventually, that, like this waiting for people to come by their death so that will Larry commission and you wanna make people laugh. Most people liked to wanna do that. And that's what I like to do. It's fun to to go on the road and half a story and work on it work on it, and get it down to where it's just perfect. And then you share with what do you do to get for on those days that you just don't feel like going out there? Maybe physically sick or you're just in a bad mood, or you just don't wanna go out there. I'll my godson just shut up. Stop want never explain never complain. That's my thing. Stop whining. It's, it's a thrill. It's an honor to be able to do this. It is such a treat that I can do it. And I'm still a sixty eight go out and work and do it. I love doing it. So the idea that, oh, you have a heavy all that set. What do you do when you're so tired? Oh, shut up. Really, it beats working. Yeah. I've had jobs. They suck. I think sometimes I'm, like, really tired and don't wanna do something. I think about some of the people I interview like Michelle Knight, who was held for eleven years by Ariel, Castro up in Cleveland Ryan, but shying to Opole off, and I'm thinking my knee hurts ashamed, even say anything after I interview her. It's like I'll never complain about anything again. Yeah. It's like we don't have a bad deal, great deal. My dad never bought his problems from the office home when he came home, we had dinner and that was it, it was never had to go today. What was of it? It just wasn't discussed. Good are bad. You know, and my wife, sometimes get mad me. But what's the thing in the paper, you wouldn't let him in are fighting us because when I get home? I'm home and you put it away in its that's it. That's how you stay married. How do you get along with Letterman now you ever talked to him? No. Not really. The interesting thing about this job is only a few dozen people in the world who have done it. So you can have shared experiences with, but no, I don't really hang out with them. I mean if I see him I you doing. Dave lives in New York. I live here. Not similar. I'm not a big sports guy. He likes to go to sports it. So it's not it's not something you watch late show. Snail tonight show watch the monologues at, like jokes. Yeah. You know, I watch him all Samantha b Conan, everybody I, I like jokes. I mean most of the guests, I've interviewed, so I know what crap and with that, you know, you're that, that kind of stuff, you know, we live in an era. Now where if you don't like the performance politics. You don't like them regardless of the material. You know, the fun thing. I did it when, you know. Bush was dumb and Clint was horny and it was an easier time. How did you keep from crossing the line of going to main spirit is times, because let's face it, you had guest on that were dumber than a box of rocks. Yes. Sometimes, and it was this talk show host wants. Trick of into doing the model. Nova head. How do you know where to stop? Because it's real easy to cross that line. Now, you know where to stop is by going out on the road and you look you're on insen the I in their five feet away from you. You're not quite as brave as when you're studio. When you have to face the people, you're talking to. That's one reason. And when I got the tonight show, I used to keep that in mind, what I say this to this person if they were actually heap and that sorta how I it's tough sometimes because I've watched you do it in, you tend to get them involved and get them laughing with you can make people laugh at themselves like where we do. Yeah, we do the jaywalking thing we never surprise them. We'd say can we talk to you going to ask you about American history? Okay. And the ever watch watcher show, and, yeah, those people so stupid. They don't know anything about who was the first president ABRAHAM LINCOLN. Okay. Good. Good talking to you. On this release. Fabulous. My favorite ones were how was mount Rushmore formed in on the most common answer erosion of, like, not only did the wind and rain pick for presence pick for our greatest. It's not like polka. Harrison gun in there in a pick four on greatest just wind and rain just years of belting. Oh my God. Look, believable that amazing that was good. And that was, and most people think women got the vote in nineteen sixty six. Elsom that's another one over. But you gotta tell me this one night, you were working and Steve Martin brought Johnny Carson. Yeah. To watch you do your act. Did you know he was there? Caught you cuss. So they didn't stick in watching from the shadows. You do was there. Yeah. I mean, you know, that's the great thing about people stasis is horrible cutthroat business. It's really not. I mean I brought not Johnny representatives from the show into see Ellen Degeneres. Because I thought she's just great. I got more work from other comedians that I ever got ruined from Steve Martin was very helpful. Johnny all because they would come how Harvey Korman would come in. He he brought Johnny one time too, because I had about a half a dozen auditions father was not sure we can't tell, you know, some finally when Johnny human himself said. Yeah. Like just give it a shot. Johnny gave me a great piece of advice, the first time it came in to see me. He said, you're a great performer. You really you can. You can take a week, joke and make it funny. But is what you should do. You said, right? Your jokes out on a card. Go out and say to the audience. As flatly and his dull. And she can say it. And if it gets a laugh, you got a funny joke. Now take that same Joe and had the foments aspect to it and you got a joke. The works on two levels. It works on the joke itself was funny, and you made it funny by adding a funny royalist never had the opportunity to meet him. I wish I had never met Johnny go. 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You seem to me to take the high road at every turn he didn't ever seem to. Be pissed off or critical. No because people don't watch you for that reason they like you for a specific reason. And that's what you do. I'm not saying you don't get upset or you get mad. But nobody, you know, something whiny rich people of most knowing thing in the world. When you got a lot of cars you live in Beverly Hills. I didn't get this shot shot. Whiny rich? I mean is there anything more annoying than whiny? Rich people Harris, there was some controversy about that. But what you're saying is you still got in a private jet and flew off in did comedy for big bucks. Would you wanna do? Jane back in didn't want you love. It wasn't like you had to move. Now I got the same friends that had nice school. And married for thirty nine years. Eight I'll Tim Allen thesis is the funniest phrase about show business. As always say he has show business. Don't fall in love with a Hooker. Okay. Because that's what it is. If you think show businesses your friend. It's not. How'd you get along with Johnny? There was some friction than the beginning a little bit. But ultimately, we got to be good friends, and he was very helpful. There was a special called Johnny comes home. He was nineteen eighty two which only went back to Nebraska and they found Johnny's father's car. The belong to guide local still had a thirty nine Chrysler Johnny, Johnny went to the prom in that car. Johnny had his first relationship in that Johnny Jovan. So NBC as the prize bought the car, and gave it to Johnny. Then when Johnny died, it went to a museum. And last year, the museum called me up and said we got a letter here from Johnny it seven you guys through this car. Give it to lemon. So it's I got it right around the corner rule. Yeah. Yes for me here it is. Here's the Greenman right there. Oh well you get busy in there. Those big car, Johnny Carson's, dad's new car bought at new thirty nine bald new, it never been out of Nebraska. I don't think they pulled out the registration with Johnny's dad's name on it. So they used it for the show and then Johnny brought a pack here. And then he gave it to me, which I was really touched really would be to factor. Still some of. Some of this stuff from the tonight show, Johnny hit in the back seat. You know, a portable desk that they hadn't stuff, you know, great. That was I sort of four four-seater. They used to call that the Italian Rolls, Royce, it was a four seater Lamborghini, pretty cool action. It's one of the few cars. I actually have to move the seat forward for. Yeah. You're a big fit right in that. What does it take a man like you in this kind of car? Driving. My name on it, Reggie name all over it. By rob right in there. Plenty of legroom, look at that. Oh, this is big Manziel position. Should we driving this kind of automobile, of course? Of course, I'm safe because you've never sold any now you never sell anything book. This is a nineteen thirty four Rolls, Royce. P two chassis. We built the whole body here at the shop has an engine from a Merlin Spitfire. Oh, wow. That is twenty Lita Merlin aircraft. You know, out of the battle of Britain, the plane won the war. So how much worse turn probably with Conrad as a no supercharge eleven hundred Levin, twelve hundred so you can get up and exit ramp. I live in a hilly area that little extra push gas mileage is not something you want to write home. Wouldn't think what's it way? It's not light. It's six thousand close at fifty five hundred beautiful though. She turned out night. And you know that one that's the tank car of she knew, Dr this, this is Shaun tomatoes favorite car when he come gel of the Tanka is fantastic. Looks to be here with, with the big Bittel the fronted giant face the perfect for me. I would drive this every day in LA, if I could love the motor of this, and I'm forty-seven patent tank, engine air, cooled put Bosch, fuel injection, and we got banks turbo charges on there. So she goes good sixty miles an hour becomes trouble. It's been comfortable to one hundred forty oil changes seventeen gallons. Seventeen gallons of oil. Jiffy lube Akasha fifteen hundred. I'm sure some of you might remember this Dr Phil, or you may never have seen it before tape decks before audio says before a serious radio you had this. The highway. Hi fi. Never seen. Never seen that. No. That was an option of Chrysler and fifty six. You got a record player in the cars, you could just kind of dry around and play records. Well the idea to pull off to the side. Cute your woman. By the car. Yeah. Exactly. Exactly. But I never saw what year is this? This is sixty six but it moves at sixteen in two thirds, not forty five c going slow the slower they could get it to go more stable, it would be, but you only get your records from Chrysler. So they only all I have is Davy Crockett. John McCain, that's it. So you don't mind. Listen to. That's pretty much all you have. Well, these are all very motorcycles. These are very rare English brand of motorcycle got made famous by Lawrence of Arabia, he sought of helped promote the brand they were the first hundred mile our superbikes in the nineteen twenties. These are gorgeous. Thanks, thanks. What's the oldest one in here that when they're nineteen nineteen look, right? Like the film. It's literally a bicycle brake. Just grabs grabs. Yeah. You don't really stop as much as retard progress. I don't remember what your it was. But you and I bought corvette. Zeo sixes. Oh, yeah. Yeah. I think you gotta one I go to there's one right there. That's the are one. Oh one. Now these things are like a NASCAR with a radio in it. Yeah. That thing was crazy. Fast loved. It is another room and they that's got an airplane, powered cars and a lot of military vehicles got a tank, which is perfect for LA tanking. What do you do think? It's the best thing for getting around traffic, you move that gun turn and people get out of the way they was no road rage. That is a what they call a ferret technically. It's a scout car, but it has tires instead of tread sixty miles an hour on the freeway. Really? It's bulletproof. It's amphibious and with LA's potholes. This is what you need. This is an fibia. Well, you can go up to water up to here. Well, listen to music Fabius. Yeah. This looks like boat. It is about. It's an amfar drive this water. It's a bone in the car. Those are pretty good size props. Because about ten knots in our. In the water, we did it on the show in the water just drive it, right. You know, Lyndon Johnson, one of these in his ranch and what Lyndon Johnson was he take dig because you're right? And head towards like, oh, the break show. Then he would drive into the water. Yeah. So let me square feet, you hear all these hundred and forty thousand hundred forty thousand square feet. Come on buildings, but I didn't know you earn four thousand square feet. It's a garage. Oh, tanger. Right. No, no, no garage. And they go I was in it. It's a hangar. No hangars don't have twelve foot ceiling. You gotta love this need to spend all your time here. This is my Malibu beach house. Yeah. I don't think there's anything you don't have is there a limit to what you can hold it here. Can you hold two hundred cars three hundred. We'll have to find out is you're going to test it, right? How do you buy all these cars cash from your comedian money? Yeah. That is evidence that you're funny, son. Of cars here standing, you know, a lot of comedians like to do what they wanna do. This is what I do talk about your financial strategy because you might a lot of money in comedy, you made a lot of money with tonight show. But you have a strategy about that. What was it? Well, my strategy was same strategy, as I say being dyslexic. I'm not good with numbers. So even when I was in high school, I always had two jobs. I would Bank one job and I would live on the other job, and I worked at McDonalds, and they worked for Ford dealership when I was in high school, and I started doing comedy, and I would always Bank, my. Money from the regular job and spend the money made is a comedian. And then when I got the tonight show, I always stayed on the road because TV is one day you're on TV next day, you're not it's over. And that's it. That's it. When I was doing tonight, shot, always work at least minimum three nights a week somewhere Vegas zone. Whatever. Plus, give me a chance to see what real people laugh that I thought was funny. So I'm gonna live on the money, make a comedian and just Bank all the TV money. So I never at one ever touched a dime of TV money, and I still live on the moneymakers community each job, every time I buy something, I'll get a job this week that pay for this, not a mortgage guy when I bought my house. Okay. His bag of twenties. Give me the house. Yeah, I'm not a mortgage. I don't lease. I don't really use credit cards. So you biked all the tonight show money. Yeah. Pretty much. So good thing. Do you ever take vacation? Or is this your vacation? I'm not a vacation. You ever gonna because Seinfeld talk about this all the time you go, what if you took a vacation, and you liked it. Well, now you're screw because you're not working, you know, so. I wanted to days is fine with me. I, I went to China for six hours, that was good is the wall is orange chicken up GAM at that was that was fun. I can't go to city as a tourist and enjoy it. But if I go there to do business, and I do the business, and I really enjoy yet the same as me same, because I feel like a sucker. Yeah. If I'm going there just to tourist around. But if I go there and do this, and then I do that, while I'm there that I really enjoy that feel like I'm Joan birds, one stone. I traveled by myself, like a while back. I was in the walk in do a show. Two casino, Milwaukee did not have a hotel. So I come off stage, twelve thirty at night, and they say we'll drive down to the hotel all great. Okay. We've called the hotel they're expecting us. Great drive downtown within go through an alley way down down alley. You know, back with the trash cans are door open skies way. Misano come up to your mouth. Thank you takes through me. Give me a key Fifi, go to bed. I wake up this morning. I go on. I got a couple of hours before my plan we go walk around the walk. I'm walking around lice pizza, meet people St.. And I realized I don't know the name of my hotel. I take the key out on there was a card. It's got a picture of a woman in a spa doing this and unwanted tell so some great Jalen. Hey, how you doing? Hey pal. Hotel, which one when people stay in the, you know. What's it now? I don't know. So I asked a couple people and they all the couple hotels down. They Hyatt now I, I don't know. And then two cops full up. Hey gentlemen, doing of my hotel, what hotel is it why I don't really know. And I hear all the man here's will continue. I'm I'm like five five one whole, whatever it is like for crazy person. And says guys, I don't know. They track the police. So one hotel me when the line Melissa then the second. Oh this. Let me go up. Hi, I'm Jay Leno my registered here they go. Yes, you could and what room I it. Just stupid. It's. So believe on until that. Just because you come in at night reunion Ellie, you don't see anything, and I've woken up mini time in not knowing what city I was in. Yeah. Yeah. 'cause you make up for that I ten minutes to go where am I? So how long are you going to keep doing comedy? Probably have the stroke. I guess he'll stroke out on stage. Yeah, probably some lame. And that's the way to go. It's fun. As long as you can tell jokes and be relevant. I think that's the key. You know, the trick is not to, you know, I, I watched some comedian the other day an old friend and he was doing about. Do you see that thing about Nixon other day arm, not a crooked? Okay. First of all, Nixon was not an pay the audience knows he wasn't this old bit you've been doing. You can't keep talking about Reagan's trip to bits Berg, okay, because that's it's thirty years. Nobody knows what you're talking about. So the idea is. I always tell young comedians watch MAC. Tell me it sounds old and one of them said to mealtime. Yeah. What's photo booth? You said something with society of what does that mean? I never heard of phone. No. Okay. You just learn to take things out. You know, because I got a son, that's just turned thirty. And he does not know who Paul Newman and Robert Redford. Yeah. We watched Lawrence of Arabia, here the other night. And one of the kids, kids, thirty two said appear O'Toole guys pretty good as he ever been in anything else. Yeah, trouble. Yeah. They think Peter O'Toole is like a porn name really. We don't realize it's a lot has channel Vina's chain. He proud of your career. That's when I can't complain. If you look back across it proud of what you've achieved I look back across that. And I watch all these people who have dropped like flies with this metoo. You know, we did the Taisho. My door was always open at the tonight show. It didn't shut you know, nobody came into my office, can I speak to privately, no speak to me in front of Lisa and be what's up? You know, you know, the fun part is you get to take care of your family. You get to be like, I'm a real big shot on my family. You know, when I go home, uncle Louis house needs a new roof Iggo then when I go on all the big Meatball that big meatballs for J. No, no. Save the big meatballs Ajay. Okay. So I get to be a big shot. Yeah. You gave me a piece of advice when I was starting out, this was right. When I was starting the show. You said don't ever, forget the vision part. This is not radio just because it's talk. Right. It's not radio. Remember the vision part of television because you said, you know, we used to do the monologue and it was just all talk. People would be folding clothes, and they'd be doing this, and that and the other. But then we started putting sight gags in right? And stuff where they had to want to get it, and it made a huge difference in people tracking and doing what you do. And I've never forgotten telling me don't ever, forget the vision part of television and it changed. But we did with graphics and the things that we do when we're telling our stories you remember telling me that. 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Quarantine - Episode 9 (Just Politics)

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Quarantine - Episode 9 (Just Politics)

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We talked about the world. And what's going on politics so if you're Jones in for that video game content please check. Check out literally any other episode. And if you're like I do not want to hear about politics then. Do not listen to this episode. Go back and listen the syphon filter episodes. There's lots of other ones go. Look at the big ones. Go back and listen. Ron funches a gangland episode. You if you don't WanNA listen to. We're just preparing you. Now if we see review these guys are two political. I'm be upset because I can't do anything about it. This is they're just been warned. This is not our usual stuff. But if you're feeling a little crazy in the world and you're I WANNA talk about that. Shit I wanna hear about feeling. Stir you feel like you're like man. There's no way I could take four more months of this and I've only been here for a week and a half. Yeah this is what this conversation. Yeah so buckle the fuck up. And that's that's it buckle up. Click ticket all right. Let's jump into its Keith. Got Himself a down for the second time in this episode Keith garlic so The other one is good. Good guys. Let's jump in. This is new players joined. We're here we're we're doing. We're doing our live later in the day it is. We're recording this from a little bit later. There's different energy to the room right now. He's got up from a NAP. Don't I have terrible sleeping schedules? Yeah just now. I don't know because you were gone for for a while. Was I little bit guys? Get up no matter. What like six six or seven or in between yeah and. It doesn't matter what time I go to sleep. That's when I get up my body's like get up get up you're dying and you had no say in the matter. I have no say in my brain goes get up. You're dying or someone else's die and I get up. I go well I better go run or do something because I'm dying Running the morning now but I gotta do something. Yeah I'm GonNa do something physical or a have to bury my head in a game And calm down But Yeah Yeah my sleep schedule sucks but I guess it's an okay time now for the shooter sleep schedule it is. I I keep pushing later and later it keeps like as I tried to stay until one. It just makes it worse. Yes they have to go to sleep because I didn't take a nap or is it bad? Just bad I think for the last three years of my life. I'm able to sleep in past nine. I'm like that was pushing it for me. Yeah and today I woke up in eleven and I was like Holy Shit. You guys my roommate's a teenager yeah. Great Ain't nothing does and play video games and I think is constantly. Aw It is not like impressive way. Just Guy Ground. There's there's a point where your teenage son turns into a redneck for two years or something like that. No shirt no shirt basketball shorts snakes in the pants yup snakes shorts by their pants because that's how they wear snakeskin or snake- snakes in the pants snakes in the panel now like just gross. She wants to shower. They don't take showers. It's axe deodorant streaked across their stomachs. You could still smell the -bio mask because they don't understand the your armpits. But they just do their stomachs shirts or whatever I mean. They're tons of empty gatorade bottles around their roles so disgusting on anything they get real into flaming hot cheetos and funny. I never got into flaming hodge is still not. They're just not at the people are into him. I know it's if you don't like them. People will attack you. Do you know this Bring it on. I don't think they're good hot. Cheetos and talkies the songs entertain. I shall hot cheetos and talkies. Tackie's Yeah Takis was Takis. They have them here. I'd I AKA is are those basically. Those are busy hot cheetahs. They're just They're like corn chips that are rolled up super dense. And then it's like Lyman. Hot seasoning was something that interesting to me. I refuse to say I dislike it because that means different means people that like it. Love it and will kill you bring. That's why I said hot. Cheetos talk is right now. Great food attack. It's a great time in the history of the world to say anything time to were you. Because what are they GONNA do? Are they going to leave cuisine? Yes they are. No one's GONNA stop them. Stop you guys. That's true. Stop you've gone outside and do whatever you WANNA do. No one's GonNa stop you. Who did you see today Keith? Oh yes this is fun. You guys just no regular worlds. You know him as The unfunny late night house. You'RE GONNA have to be way more specific. I know but it's it's your debt. It's your dad. No Not your Dad's dad doesn't if your dad is in cool He likes this late night. Gio is that appropriate. That's totally member. How in the nineties? You didn't have to be good things you just had to be successful and apparently that made you more like if you had a thing you would get more things remember. How last episode. We talked about how all this guy is. The malls of late night. Something about back in the eighties and nineties when comedy was like in its boom It was like music like rock music. Back in the fifties and sixties. You had to know a couple of jokes like that's it. You had writers who are with you and you had to be able to tell a good joke or whatever like just having good delivery is like. That's good enough to say you don't need it. Didn't have to be intelligent. Not didn't have to have a special point of view it was just D- got the face for D got. The you got the rhythm you got the rhythm for. Can you just stand there and doing See I saw disheveled homeless person walk into the grocery store Which is actually called Basically Delis I don't want to spread this rumor. 'cause I CAROLINA and I've go our local trader Joe's and it is just destroy. There is nothing is there. Is there so that you went? I'm packed with everything you'd want. Oh God for talion. Foods like has every at their baking fresh breads. It doesn't say you brought home a can of peeled tomatoes. Oh that's GonNa be hard to find right now. Yeah those those are at the one. I brought back specifically sold at trader Joe's. But they're all gone. Yeah that's when I showed up in the whole I'll a pasta empty was gone. Everything was gone so I walk in. And it's just me and this disheveled homeless person and I look right knee eye or right in the Chin and it's Jay Leno and here's the thing about celebrities. I don't give a shit I don't care I don't want to bother them but also that's me as a person. I don't give fuck about having a photo. Yeah I don't give a shit about having you sign some. I mean I don't WanNa bother you. I'm just like our Jay Leno thing because I bring them up because Jay Leno in the comedy world is known as the snake. Yeah and a piece of Shit. Yeah and folks. Couldn't Brian aiming goes farther back? Because it's not even Conan O'Brien on anyone like fucking David Letterman as a person but David Letterman is a way better comedian and a way more original person as Jay. Jay Leno fucking David Letterman. Got screwed over out of Johnny Carson show because Johnny Carson and David Letterman to be his guy and they said fuck you basically and shows Jay Leno. Yeah so David Letterman and Jay. Leno have this big. Fuck you battle right. And that's why they don't like each other. Yeah and people see it as David Letterman. Just kind of addict Jay Leno but really David Letterman's like guy took my job. That's tonight show guy that's all. It is all Jay Leno has done. His career is take jobs from people who are more talented than him and then fill the time with really really misogynistic jokes about Monica Lewinsky. Since it's all he's done he likes he literally. This young woman was fucking assaulted by the president. Basically not like they had an affair. I hated how they made it sound. Like Yeah She's also twenty years old but also they acted like they hugged. And they're on courses riding around. They had an affair. Jesse cigars and shoving up her fucking vagina. He did gross disturbing shit or her. Yeah and fucking Jay. Leno's like look at this. Let let us Hor. Let me this woman. She's such a fucking sly just like. You're just destroying this young woman slots for no reason raise other. They have no way to fill time. 'cause you're is a fucking Predator Accu- yeah anyways. I Hate Jay Leno and I saw him today and I wish I just said. Fuck you to Jalen. I really wish I did I. Would I would if we weren't at bay cities. God Damn would have. Yeah I really would have just walk up to Jay Leno. Hey Fuck you like just Jay Leno. I can't do that to anyone else. I won't Alina. I can't go up to probably Leonardo DiCaprio. Fuck you need. Probably get it but Jay Leno Jay. Leno's people in life that I think if you went up to him and said Fuck you like. Yeah you like if you know his shit if you know his personal what you do not only. Did he do that to David Letterman? The reason Jesse Knight don't like him and reason probably a lot of people our age. Don't like if you're in your thirties. Fucking hate him. 'cause he's screwed over. Conan O'Brien. Yeah Kohner Brian was late night host for literally six months before they are like get the fuck out because we want to give the show right back to Jay Leno and you're GonNa go to have quote unquote the tonight show. Which Angel Wanted Edna? But you're going at one. Am and Conan was like no. You're literally I Y C through this. Yeah I'm not seven yeah is I went to Harvard Hula Room. I went to fucking Harvard. He can't lie to me. Can't give me a cat and say it's a dog. I'm not a fucking idiot. That's sort of the vibe to it. So Yeah I saw him at the best grocery store in L. A. in man I just. It was hilarious Caroline's dad loves Jay Leno and that's what made me laugh so because I was just like of course he does you know Jay Leno from Midwest somewhere andover Massachusetts from Israel town. I grew up next to raise. He's the big handover and Salvador her Republican the Democrat. Actually they're both Republican really and it makes no sense because the town I'm from his called North Andover and it's not rich but pretends that it's rich now when rose north anniversary town lower middle class middle class middle class but likes to be like no. We're upper middle class. And then he'll like all these mcmansions the vote right north anniversary dumb fucking town and I don't care I don't care who fucking it. I've watched that time. Be Racist to my little brother his entire life. Fuck them for that. I've watched them vote. Read in every election I grew up going through a school system that taught me that my liberalism was a silly high school phase. I would grow out of. I would consider how I grew up gas slit by my entire town nets because I would consistently talk circles round. Everyone of my teachers regarding anything political and they'd be like fucking liberal over here and then the whole class would laugh yet. That's surprisingly like Chicago is Democrat. But I've never been such a racist horrible fucking place in all my God damn life. Oh my God yeah. I've never been. I've never seen such white racism towards white people and all my fucking life. Will you Polish? What are you cranium? Talion what like so specific or we're like what does the fucking World War Two. Why are you ask me why you as an Obama talented is the died a long time ago when Spaghetti was the main thing we all ate? Relax yeah I don't. I don't Miss my hometown now. I it's a weird thing to go back and be like because people will be like where you live now to be like Los Angeles I'm like. Oh Wow and no I hate Los Angeles. It said I want you to know that I hate it and I would never move back here. I felt oh how do I feel about you? I felt really bad when my family or specific starbucks when I went back to Colorado Springs and I don't we don't realize how much time has passed. Yeah we look like we're from La. Yeah I wished that would never happen to me but I look. I look like I'm from fucking like fade like my fuck. Yeah Dude ripped jeans and Shit like that. I don't put this together and so I walked into a starbucks and S- people who wish they were in L. A. Or just fucking anywhere. That's not their cars springs. They're like hey what's up. Where are you from Amanda? How like what? You're and those guys the same time it was like. Hey painted nails like your nails and I was just like when I went to my five year high school reunion. I was living in Brooklyn and I remember people like where are you from. Where are you living down was like? Oh I live in I live in Green Point Brooklyn and like Shit. This one guy goes. We're big us from and I was like yeah. Green point right down all the soccer moms right. Their big egos like first of all no not from Bushwick and second of all. No I'm not from Nineteen eighty-four. Is He Roche workers even the Bronx? I thought he was from Houston Brooklyn Brooklyn. Yeah it was either. Bushwacker flatbush our Jay Z. I saw Jay Z's friendly right near the marcy projects wasn't Bushwick Murphy's from Bushwick. That's right I don't know what Bush people who were in Jay Z's original New York apartment like when he was nobody and then he moved out. How many white people who think that story we'll come in East Williamsburg were Jason? Because he says it and one of his songs sixty state street or whatever and they're like wait. What yeah well. That's what's happened to that neighborhood Jesse's friends exactly and if you know a Jesse looks I look like I'm from L. A. Pair came on the last time I played from mormonism when I went home for Christmas. My mom like up and down me like what's this what's wrong. She's a tattoo. You got this haircut. I don't know what's going on out and your does. I'm sorry it's become now normalized with. Can I have a haircut night? Here's a fade. And here's this. Here's that you're cool now and you're like all right like I don't feel it. I found. La Have you were just in La whatever everyone's got black ripped jeans from La. I Miss I miss the New York fashion. It was the same thing in my opinion. Well now it was Julie Fund so I didn't realize New York with the fashion was and its neo liberalism is that's it is. It's all these kids who are like dress olds. I'm progressive like I'm this. I'm that but really like I have a job as me like eighty or one hundred thousand. That's what the strive is go. You know what I mean. Does that make sense? Like all of her friends was kind of like everyone works at some publication in media company. Like Low Ki. Came down to it. Who did you vote for? They build up. The Guy Wants to pay more in taxes. They don't want their like. I could go for healthcare for all of that. All of me already has healthcare through my very rich job. I love the woman that cleans our building but God. I don't WanNa pay more in taxes. Go to new. York's fashion statement is. I'm rich but I pretend I'm not. Yeah Oh man by everyone on the subway. It's like everyone looks good. Everyone dresses well in New York and then immediately like Shit like when you're walking around miles everywhere. Every day every single woman I feel terrible for puts on makeup and goes down to the subway heals or heals all yet god greats in New York City. Get Your fucking heels condo greats possibly to break a goddamn ankle no but like I felt so bad for her because it's like twenty degrees hotter and humid down in the subway or visit during the winter. There's just all mass bottles of slush on every corner fuck you whatever you were. What did you do today? Who Do you want a beep? You welcome to New York even our joke about every once in a while. You just see somebody decided. They're leaving your mom this. It's a moment just stops moving even if it's for a split second it just like that one moment People are thinking. Oh man this must be bad. If you know this person's lifetime this person dodged human shipping thrown at them. They have they've been through show time I don't know how many times or is the scummy as landlord in the fucking every single and get a new apartment. You have to pay a realtor fee. Yeah you guys. If you haven't lived in it only happens in New York. It's a thing that's just fucking greet upon yet. If you find an apartment and you're like I want this and no one helps you find it? You still have to pay a real go. Find A for a person to clean dude will come out of the fucking Bush's behind you if the gold necklace looking on top to say. Oh is the best apartment dead? People have been found on it. Yeah I miss it and I don't Miss It. I miss the food and I miss. That people aren't dumb again. It's New York City it's La. It's our life experience. Yeah we would love New York. If we were rich we would love it. We were really let me go to other towns and I'm like I love this town and I don't have to be rich and I just love it. I love to Austin. I'm not rich. Yeah God I we have to find other other cities tell et can I tell you something? Here's the thing I genuinely tweet at us. Do you go I though you say the thing I want you to genuinely tweet at US guys towns again. Our podcast isn't famous famous famous fans. It's not like people are GonNa fucking swarm to your town or whatever but if you live somewhere that you're genuinely like this isn't the best kept secret you've been somewhere that you're like this place is pretty fucking awesome and no one knows about it and you tallus because we don't want to go to Austin if it's fucking overcrowded. We just there's other places there's other places with other people and other things to do can't tell you one of them all right and some prize. You Louisville Kentucky. No not surprising. You talk about this place a lot. And here's the thing about Kentucky. It sucks but it's GonNa flip but it's GonNa flip when Mitch McConnell believes dies. He's only ever GonNa win another election. Anything he's done I think he I think he almost lost his last one. I think people like fuck this guy and the younger generation coming up in Kentucky. It's just like now. We're done speaker of the house or who would who would be Senate majority who'd be majority leader if not if through the Republican Party Not Mitch McConnell. Ooh Ted Cruz. Oh God yeah I just nail it does. Even I can't believe he almost lost to but I'm trying to pick who of there yet. He probably would be a wannabe. Gram grams done. No GRANTHAM Ingram's if the Democrats were I'd be like who the fuck who are who are any of the leaders in the Senate. Now I don't know. Is There Halsey entirety in the Senate all lanes of the Senate? That's guys remember like a week ago or just like less than two weeks ago. How Great was our economy. Remember how much shit will all of us are driving? Uber's and lift or people tell us with economy's doing great or whatever in less than a week everyone's out of jobs and everything's destroyed and the world is over. They passed the stimulus. Bill did you. Did you see what the Republican Party tried to do with the first bill? They tried to give less money to you. If you report damn there like everybody gets money. If you're unemployed. Is it officially at one time payment and that's it that's what I read. I think that if you're on unemployment insurance you get You can get an extra six hundred dollars on your insurance like every time it's paid out to you and there's a one time payment of twelve hundred per person to everyone but so even if you're not in unemployment and you lost a job where you can't work you just get twelve hundred dollars and that's it. I think so. But also what they're gonNA find because the unemployment offices are slammed the can't process but that doesn't mean people weren't on salary they can't get on employment. Apparently you can get it if you were part time GIG economy or self employed now now. That was like part of the bill that That they fought for that was like no. You have to like these uber. Drivers can get it self employed. And it's like you and I could get 'cause I I lost my job. I got I got laid off because team six hundred extra bucks a month potentially but but I I. I have to go through the process and then it's been destroyed and like I. There were like an extra three point. Three million people who filed on insurance unemployment insurance claims this last week like dancers going to get even more. It's GonNa get more and more. Yeah I think the bill they released is GONNA be Not Helpful is how I feel about it. I feel like nothing's going to be helpful until you fix the underlying problems and those are hey everything just grind to a halt to give people an insurance like an allowance you have to give people basic guaranteed income used to do the same thing just need the bare the guaranteed income and then we can talk about how to keep people alive outside of that gas stop satellite and other things make money. It's a if you'd let one part of the world keep going the other parts stops. It's like it's all going to come crashing down so just quick even company Companies quitting giving them money fuck lamb. Yeah let them die. Cruises need to die. Yup Car companies need to die called evolution fucking die. That was the thing that everybody was When these big companies die smaller companies grow in America does fucking let it die. It was this weird thing when When Obama I think it was Obama bailed out the auto companies in Detroit after the crash and I was like Kinda wish he hadn't and it was like I even remember Mitt Romney. Roadmap it in the New York Times I was like you should let these companies fail and it's like I can't believe I'm saying this agree with Mitt Romney all I don't. It's the thing of knowing the company eventually is going to fail. It's at least having a plan. It's not as bail you out because we just have to. Yeah lots of people are in the auto industry and like we'll build cars where we can do all these fucking people. It's like expand. Yes do more things a fucking country then instead of just fucking being like right now. We're like we make coal and we make cars where like we make neither and you need to make green solutions. Are you gonNA fall behind the rest of this country gambles? I'm bad things not happening. That's what this country does. Even though most was spend most of our fucking money on things potentially bad happening looking at you. Health industry like the whole fucking point of his country is we're going to be like. Oh the economy's great because nothing. A pandemic isn't happening. We can act like. Hey everything's going fine but it's like no. This was another nine eleven wrapped in diseases. Yeah that's what this was and it Kinda showed your hand can lie to us and Konami just GonNa get worse. Yeah is just going to get worse. It's all saying like this is going to end in April and I might not even close in mind. The Mayor Valet was just like settling for three months. Yeah we fucking just read that we're number one in the world the corona viruses. And that's the number that is considered small like I bet it's a lie they still. There's no way there's no way to know who has it who doesn't have it. Yeah Kathy Griffin. I think at the hospital right now. I have it. But they're not testing me. She's like I'm at the hospital. If huge Migraines Iva fever I feel like I'm GONNA fucking die. Yeah and she's like they won't test me and I'm like okay even if you're fucking line. This is something I soon. That's happening everywhere which talk to people who have like. I went in to get tested. And they're like we can't and they're like I have the symptoms of like. Yeah we CAN York City like all the fucking hospital morgues are being fucking there. Too many bodies. Yeah there's too many bodies. Yeah again while we're all watching tiger king and we're all doing all this shit in New York City in the hospitals. There's too many bodies being piled up so when they're like hey. You're going back to work soon. I don't fuck they're talking about. I really don't just guys like a huge argument with fucking dad because it's just misinformation. My Dad's a fucking trump supporter. So mandate I wake up my whole apartment buildings. I woke up to Keith screaming at his father. And I gotTa tell you something. It was hard to go back to sleep but I did it. Screaming at him Because how much misinformation this guy spreads? Yeah because no one knows the fucking truth. And so it's really upsetting because people are gonNA fucking die from this guy. Just just just what just being dumb just yeah. That's it just didn't go to jail. He'll say anything not so detailing not to say anything. Well that's what I'm saying is like the elections like jail. That's all it means. Is He'll do anything to not go to jail. Whole point including be responsible for the deaths of millions of kill. All of us to be fine. Yeah and I think that's the thing that I'm like. I will have to scream at my father. Now I have to Screama people like can I because I'm always nice when I see him. I don't know it's a weird but I don't WanNa let him in our apartment ever again because of that Shit. I know it's it's so weird thing 'cause with my dad. My Dad grew up on. Reagan's here's the thing of my dad. Here's the thing with people in General. Even got a fucking. My Dad didn't have a father figure right at all. My Dad's parents were fucking nightmares. Absolute Nightmares my dad has. My Dad was a real nineteen thirties. Dude where's he? He's headed complex with Ronald Reagan. Like everybody else didn't have a dad. His Dad told him to fucking my birthday. Got a puppy when he was like fucking nine or something at home told Dad Watch and his dad washed his dog on the street. Hit By car waiting for my dad to come home and clean up your fucking dog. It's a mess in the streets. Dad's my dad's dad. My Dad's had a job since she was like six. Yeah so my dad's been working non-stop. Yeah all day. Every day. Since he was he was fucking tie. Dad's Dad took money from my dad when he was fourteen. Because he's like I can't afford the mortgage you're GONNA pay for some of it. Never pay them back. My my dad bought his sister car when he was like. This is how much work. Yeah he's like. He bought his sister car when she was sixteen when he was fourteen. 'cause he was like. I even your car. Here's a car but I want it when I turned sixteen like my dad is like a good person. He just has been led down by these people who say they have his best enhancing and my brother does the same thing where they look for. These male figures. Look for Dads who tell them the answers to things. Yeah and I don't know how to tell them both and I'm like you literally are looking at people who profit off A. Yeah that's the whole point of you. Yeah your they're not doing this out of the goodness of their heart or there'd Mahdi that they can exploit air getting something out of you. Yeah and I've never understood like I don't have people that I'm like. This is the guy that I take all my information from arrive to listen to this dude. Every day it's like. Yeah I listen to Joe Rogan or I gotTa Watch this new source or I GOTTA. Watch this guy's videos. I listened to Chris. Deletes like all these people and I know I have a podcast talking podcast but I'm also not telling you what to do with your life. Yeah I'm talking about video games and you're being entertained by it. It's a different thing shouldn't be. I mean no no video games. Nobody will get none. No I'm in playing while and I was serious. We don't need you know we don't have to But yeah that's what happened with me the past couple of days because it's just going to get worse. Yeah and I don't know what to say. I'm like literally because my dad thinks I watch. Nbc All Day and I watched CNN all day. And I'm like dude I'm Bernie supporter. I knew that be like knowing fucked you like CNN or N. B. So if you've been watching any of it you'd be like the mean the same new sources it called Bernie and Nazi basely calm a communist every fucking day of like. Oh my God I was trying to bide look good as possible at every single fucking sack. Oh you mean the geriatric senile dude who's been MIA rape kits accusations coming back to light. Have you heard about this? You got accused of rape and back in Nineteen eighty-four or whatever and is it like fucking shits coming out now with all the gifts of him like touching women and touching girls and I'm just like this. You could guys unread it. About how many fucking Democrat nominees? There were in. This is the one we ended up on. Yeah this is the dude that we're like you're going to defeat trump. I'm like another fucking accusation rapist fucking senile and just other another lesser of the two evil again. If you don't like Bernie that's not what I'm saying. I'm saying there were like thirty other fucking choices. Yeah like I don't like them but I'm like pick Kamala Harris. Pick LEASE OTHER FUCKING ANDREA. If you they won't pick Yang. No I'm saying if you'RE GONNA pick your fucking buddies or your friends who are Democrats who've been doing this shit for thirty forty years. Then pick them. Don't fuck and pick the dude who clearly is a loss. He's he's gone. His campaign is an. I'm going to lead this country into salvation. His at least I'm not trump. That's literally exploded. You can't run a campaign just on. I'm not the other guy. He tweeted out today. I will if I was in charge. I would do the exact opposite of everything that trump is doing and I was like. What kind of messages that? I just not gaining. It's the laziest fucking thing in the world. I will coast for four years like it's I will get nothing done. I will change nothing. I won't be crazy as crazy. Yeah I just WANNA say as sexist shit even though guy every time we see one television your cussing someone out or threatening to fucking someone eligible people to push gone only shirt off his jacket up. I'll be nil. Beat your ass. It's like what is this. It's just like again. I like like again. I consider myself progressive heart through them through and again. If you didn't want burning this five country doesn't want Bernie. That's what they chose but again we're going to be trump biden. Really fucking really like God. My thing isn't even like I didn't like P beauty Jesuit fucking pick Bijou over fucking bite and I did not like. I didn't like him at all. I think Because that's everybody's concern is like. How DO WE BEAT TRUMP? And it's like guys you doing the same thing you're just picking the Harrison. You're doing like the future joke. Mark Johnson versus John Markson. It's the same. It's the same thing like I get it. I get it. I felt so bad because South Park had to apologize for their douchebag episode. Because that's over there like see. This is why trump got elected because it was between a Douche bag and attorney sandwich night they apologize for it and I'm like well sadly you're right like one. I this archie. The two difference one is openly racist and the other one is like closet racist and sexist. Yeah like I do and don't even say hey thank you say that. I'm like look his voting record. Yeah Dues Anti Gay anti black all this shit for fucking effort and he also helped a Supreme Court justice. Get the court when he was being accused of sexual harassment led the charge to be like a women. Yeah that's what I'm saying. I'm just like this dude has a track record of being a piece of shit like you could pick any. You could've picked so many other people. Yeah Kamala Harris is right there. And she's put so many people in prison and I'm eat her eat her but fuck I would like yeah cool. I don't I don't know anymore how to deal with like like I studied this shit leftish. I remember being my freshman year at college and being in like it was just the insurance policy of course that I had to take Nusa big lecture hall. It was a two weeks before because it was in the it was it was in the second semester so it was the spring and it was ramping up for the Democratic primary season and my professor was like. I'm going to ask you guys questions about your thoughts about what's going to happen during this presidential election and I wanna see what like with the youth of America today see is happening and he was like it was such a big lecture halls at six hundred people that it was like. Here's a microphone. Talk and people were talking and I raised my hand and I was like Like I think it's it's going to be A close democratic race but I think Barack Obama is going to be the nominee. He's going to win. Is going to be our first ever black president and the guy in my professors like Hillary is GonNa win and he likes and he reached for the microphone as long as that shipping going on the microphone back from him and I was like no. He's not notion and he's like she is a no. You're wrong in front of six hundred people told my professor. Now you're fucking wrong and I could see everybody else in the room and actually like was this kid doing. Yeah like you might just kept telling. The professor is wrong. Yeah and then like that's my whole life with politics in education. I think this is going to happen. All your fucking Ed. And then this happens. I'm like I can't stand you fuckers anymore. I don't understand it. Our owners and even teaching Poly Sci fi more. No I really don't understand. This is supposedly what's supposed to happen. That's what you're told. This is like the rules so and so but yeah this shit actually APP. They should be teaching propaganda and media management we should be teaching narcissism their release. Cg Like you want to survive in this world. There's how you have to think and act and feel the whole time. That's what they should be teaching. If you'RE GONNA go into politics the most useful thing I ever learned my entire time at college There were two thirty two pieces of information one was. We had this guest lecturer come in and he worked at a huge polling firm in DC. And somebody was like at the end of his lecture just went can we trust any of your polls and he was like oh absolutely not because if somebody pays for it one of two things happens one they find out that what they hoped his true was not true and then they pay us to never publish it and then they work on media in spreading their message or propaganda until they can do another poll and then have influenced subside enough so that thing is true or to what they hoped was true is true and that's when they pay us to publish it so that it can reinforce that because what propaganda most people see is like. This person has two million followers and really have like a thousand. Yeah if you go and you go to their show or whatever I it's two million followers and then like a hundred thousand people show up the because they assume this person is huge in this and that there's there's this thing that happens. It's what I've been arguing with the Democratic Party for for the last four years. We're just like been mad about about where people are like. It doesn't matter your candidate doesn't get all the delegates is like no what happened is one candidate has some delegates and then the Democratic Party is like hey give all these super delegates of this person or hey let's influence all these other candidates drop out and give their delegates to our guy therefore we're in the lead and people like so what there's loose. No People WanNa vote for the winner. That's a proven fucking thing in society like I want to vote for the person who's going to win. I WANNA feel like I'm on that team. So whenever the Democratic Party does this and they push Eddie of Biden has more pro has more delegates now if you held all of the voting on one day you get a wildly different result than having the primary season spread out because then they can start to influence. How do people see the trajectory of this? How do people want to belong to this party? It's the most insane thing so anytime you ever see a poll published. You might have had five. Polls that weren't published. I'd say the exact opposite thing the whole system is about lying to you. Do we take voting away? No but you do make a national holiday in. You need to simplify it. But do we take voting away? Depends how much because that's what they are doing. Part of the problem is that they have taken voting. They've taken voting away from convicted felons. They've taken voting away from people in In lower economic status because they just have voter suppression and they bully people into not voting and they closed polling stations. Like we take money out of politics. That's what that's like the all this other shit that we try to fix and we're trying to this trade of that and like take money out of politics that's it like people want to stand behind what they're saying you'll say and they'll defend it to the death. All this shit that we'd be dealing with right now would not be happening because anyone the brain goes stop that yeah presidential election season should only be allowed to be two months long. There should be a cap salary for how much anybody can spend. The biggest mistake we made in. This country was allowing citizens united to become law that allowed for the formation of Super Pacs and for people to give money to candidates. Ernie get rid of it was one of the own like I do not like John McCain. I never liked him but he fought for campaign finance reform. All the time and this is why I like John McCain is. He's one of the few politicians that will consider voting for the other side. Yeah that's why problem with everybody. It's like you should no matter. What the other side wants do a possibility. Instead of just voting for your party no matter what John McCain at least he will be in the history books as a person who stopped a lot of fucking important votes. He did he also did a lot of horrible horrible trying to give him his due diligence but a somebody pointed out. Do you remember when he was campaigning against Obama and he's like that he's an Arab Arab grabbed a microphone back. He's like no That's not true. He's very gay man and everybody was like what a great person is somebody pointing out like. No that's the most racist response. He's Arab no. He's a good man. Oh my God Debbie's affairs. He's trying to. He's trying so hard did the opposite he was like. Let's leanings of this because this is what the people want. Trump was one of the original burgers is a huge piece of shit was in the original. Birther Hillary yes she was in there. Too fucking sucks guys. Saw started the Bernie. The Obama Bro. Thing Yeah Fuck. Every Establishment Democrats sucks ever establishment Republicans. Again this went full circle. We talked about Monica Lewinsky of top. Yeah her husband. Shove cigars. Am just friends with Weinstein? Best friends with all these people are secretly fucking kids with trump drops. A DOC in the middle of the election goes no one likes Bernie. That's the whole point of the fucking dog. Fuck Bernie. She's disgusting human being. She's just a rich privileged discussing him being. It's the cell fucking evil and transparent. It's all of them. Are Rose Okay. So here's what needs to happen. What young people actually fucking vote in huge numbers and they need to vote for people who have never been in office. Before they ain't GonNa do that. I know young people ain't gonNA vote Election Day needs to be a federal holiday. So that people who can't afford to take off work can actually vote. Citizens United needs to be overturned. And here's the one thing that to term limits. You'RE NOT ALLOWED TO BE PRESENT. More than once and allowed to be a senator longer than fuck in a decade in my opinion. Absolutely not fucking. You should be able to like the fact that you should be allowed to hold any elected office for more than one. I think you should be in the House of Representatives for four year term. I think you should be in the Senate for a four year term in the presidency. I I feel like if there was any justice in the fucking world. Competent people have to be politicians like jury duty. Yeah that's what I was saying. You think that's here just like you just have to serve you respect to fucking doing this for the next four years you have to go do fucking shit the government and you try to get out of it and you're like he doesn't care resident you gotta fly to Europe and talks to the European Union for Italy. It's gotta be jury duty so if you're listening to this and you're like I hate the people on the other side of the aisle you're right and you'll notice. I can save your Democrat listening to this Republican listening this. You're just right now. I hate all is with a huge passion. Neither them hat. None of them have your best interest in mind at all if they did The best time would have been when we had a ton of money. Just sitting there Instead of when it's all gone and the same people are in office right now they do not give a fuck about you know wherever you are whatever country unless you are like an Iceland tie like Iceland than you find everywhere else. I don't really see and I like Bernie and that's pretty much the end of this like anyone who's just like. Hey y'all poor people give them stuff. Give it a healthcare give. It's like it's very basic. You're in a society. You're only as strong as the weakest person in Your Society Guy who whoever's closest the Santa Claus vote for that person that's it that's it fucking aren't the people that we claim to love society and then we vote the exact opposite of over the meanest beep. It's the vote for sociopaths. Guys is completely dark in. La It's completely la. Jay Leno is probably jerking off in one of his many cars right now. Like in a fire truck or something. Say the same about Seinfeld though he. I don't use my. I don't use any of the money made from the tonight show money. It's all stand up money. How does he have any stand up money? He's a terrible eggs about days. Like now all the all the excess you see. It's for money made from stand up and I'm like what you're selling. That stadiums terrible comedian this with comedians and ours with Comedians. And just just fucking Jerry Seinfeld and Jay. Leno are obsessed with your stupid but neither of them has been a comedian for the last twenty years. Chris Catherine the best tweet about it. Because he's like Barack Obama went on Jerry Seinfeld's Comedians in cars. Yeah and because what it is Jerry. Seinfeld picks up a person in a ridiculously nice car or ridiculously stupid. Or whatever it is Is Bare Minimum. Two hundred thousand. Yeah you even if it's in a comical stupid car still hand me from children. Believes that sort of thing and Barack Obama's and they drink expensive coffee in his incarnate. Talk about life and Chris. `gether it's like. Can You Imagine Bernie bean on that fucking show burning? Be In that car is like Oh what do you want to run for president? Why WON'T BE PRESIDENT? Don't you just sick? I've seen people and he's like. How much is this car cost? How much does this cost? It was like three hundred thousand dollars. It's like Bernie would take his coffee and pour it slowly into his car. Drop it and go. I'm taking the bus and I'm like that's who he is. One hundred fucking percent. -solutely is only gonNA hate us with Florida's you're gonNA hate US botts from Russia or whatever but that dude is a fucking King Yemen Nan. Very political one. Yeah we did not talk about video games at all and If you're hoping for checkout literally any other of our episode where we talk about all games all the time but yes eventually eventually. It's going to cave in. Yeah cave-in yeah. I feel like a crazy person. Like a heavy Shindig for me and for you. If if anybody out there feels crazy the world doesn't give a fuck about them and like the gas lights them. You're not crazy. The world is gas lighting and if the Union does not give a fuck about you and that is a problem and if you envisioned Jay Leno. When all Denham oboe you correct it's all in our PJ's and enclosed. They're just comfortable and this dude's in full Canadian Tuxedo formed. I wonder if this is going to. If there's GonNa Change things that people go back to work whereas suit and people like Fuck you God damn I hope somebody. Middle Management People get fired Oh boy I just there's no use for you I would just like just have. They should have just have office. Managers be the managers. Yeah you know what I mean as in you all have an assistant really Hoosier quote unquote manager. Yeah I would I I WANNA see the world exist without interns and assistants and watch. Every manager prove how incapable they are. You have any thoughts of doing anything any figure out how to use this copier. Fuck you if I ever paid bank. If I was making more than all my workers I'd be the one bringing in fucking coffee and the line I would be the one year breakfast. Here's bagels and donuts and coffee and whatever. I want you all to do your jobs in like only if I was a bill if I was. Jeff bezos yeah. I would pay you so goddamn much that if somebody was like. Hey you WANNA be the starting center for the Lakers. She'd be like sorry I worked for Amazon. Yeah if I was a billionaire because guys. Here's the thing. Once you become a billionaire the world becomes way smaller. Yeah what it is now. You have competition your competition. Is I wanNA make Bloomberg feel like Shit when I see him at the y? Or whatever whatever their equivalent of the. Why is probably a letter? We don't even know exist itself without one boy guys. See me opening for Jay Leno Soon Stadium. No but if I had that much money yeah I'd want my company to be the best company in I would go and just fix problems. Yeah people just love mean have Bloomberg B like our fucking hate how much everyone thinks your the cool billionaires you. You're the nice one in all the member paid half a Billion Dollars to have Elizabeth Warren feed him his own lunch down his throat in front of everybody on a national stage and land could've bought to hockey team. Yeah he could've bought. I think he could have bought like hundreds of thousands of people And instead Elizabeth Laura's like elective fuck underage girls And everyone was like. Listen Love Elizabeth Warren. And I'm not saying I completely support everything she's done but that moment. I think everyone was Elizabeth Warren Fan on that everyone was God Elizabeth. Warren van that Night Mike. Somebody give her a trophy. Just give her a huge fucking trophy. That says fuck in you. I want her. I want her Senate majority leader. I just want her yelling at men over and over and over the men who just take it man Take your pain. As`son PACK THEM UP AS MY Elizabeth Warren Impression This is a little bit breathy. It's a little bit like low but angry you take. This is what we're going to hack them up. He hang up those. You can always tell that she's pointing even when you're talking you take you put them in a pack pack. Brigham outside is it. Because I'm asking they do have a linguist or a speech writer. Not a writer. They have like a person who's teaching them how to talk. Coached heavily but like not even speechwriters like yeah. There's like a verbal coach of like. No you have to say that sentence in this cadence like there's PJ's Iraq Obama where it's like you have to specifically have this way of talking to have a rhythm to and we were watching a linguist talk or that video we were watching her trump talk versus how Bernie and it's like trump talks in very simple terms but so does burning but Bernie gives you actual information. There's a if you check out nerd writer which is a fantastic youtube channel Guys based on I think San Francisco and he does amazing video essays but he did one on the way trump talks to end on these impactful. Violent sounding like very aggressively. He's very smart in the way he approaches ways to talk he knows how to get his point across trying to do it was so even his nonsensical he was a i. Forget what it was broke down. How many you know this many one syllable words and it was like ninety percent of what he says. Tusa words or less. He doesn't know big words and he doesn't he knows the best words but it was like and he uses four three syllable words and three or four times it was tremendous. He's dumb he's a dumb person. Dumb person most politicians are. That's what I found just The joke is they're ugly celebrities. Ugly at people who are too ugly to be actors. That's what the joke is and then Ronald Reagan though is for a few people for Al Franken. Both Al Franken. Let's not even follow. That's enough politics. We gotta we gotTa stop doing this guys. If you're hoping for video game talk apologies. Go check out literally any other episode. We've ever done. We just had some Shit Boylan over and our lives have been affected by this not to talk about it. We didn't even discuss this beforehand. It just naturally happened. It just naturally happens because again. It's like you guys see the Shit. It's like every fucking day eat every day. Is You turn on the news or not even the news when you turn on your computer. It's like now what? Yeah that's what I say. Probably I'll say what Hormel thing happened. Tim I'm going back to work. Tomorrow is my job coming back. People think those jobs are coming back. I'm like I don't think they are. I don't think they are. They a lot of people. Think like Oh yeah. When this all starts up he says well. I'll go back to normal mike now. I don't think I don't think I lot of businesses. I think just going under away and I think a lot of people in la are going to move home. 'cause also other than just like the homeless population a lot. People live in their cars in L. A. Yeah I can't imagine them just fucking stain in la in their car during an outbreak during an outbreak. I don't know I assume that that point you drive wherever you're from back right like yeah. I'm just trying to like. Yeah just trying to set the picture for everybody. So that's why this shit comes out because we don't talk about. It doesn't come out too many things going on up in in your heads. You might feel anxious about it but don't want to talk about it. You can talk. We gotta get it out of our system in our body so Yeah thank you for listening if you did. I don't know again tweet at us. Those cool places. Yeah the blaze you've been. We assume in the south hidden somewhere. Yeah I assume I. I don't think South Dakota's really bang in and has some great fucking spots from saying South is beautiful. It's got amazing food. The people they're very husky. Nice Very. They're very willing. Find the right place very open. Yup Very Open. Yup I know some guys check it out otherwise. Be Nice to each other. Be Nice to yourselves. Follow us on new player pod on twitter instagram. We got discord up. Go to twitter and you can find the discord a little last few nights. Oh that's awesome talking discord. Everybody's playing games. What else going I tunes rate. Us Five Star Reviews. Tell people who have won starve. Used that they suck. Yeah pack their penises and go. Hi We got a new one. Serve you when it's my favorite one. I think we've ever gotten we just just yesterday. I think. And it was titled Can't acquiesce to these fuck heads. Wow just because it was five stars. Somebody quoting US being like we're done acquiescing to these fuck has and then being like fuck. Yeah I loved. I've we appreciate. We appreciate all we love. Our fans are very cool and very fun right. Love yourselves of other people. We're going to get ready to prepare our big episodes. Yeah Okay Yeah we gotta do that guy do that. All right go have fun. Go Play Games. You'll play back your later. Go Jesse new players joint or was it was it was. This has been nuclear joint goodbye.

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When To Walk Away From (and come back to) A Problem

Developer Tea

11:15 min | 9 months ago

When To Walk Away From (and come back to) A Problem

"In the last episode of developer team we talked about problem solving modes specifically your default problem solving mode. Today's episode we're going to continue this discussion and actually answer question from a reviewer. This question was actually posted in the review win. Do you walk away from a problem. In order to find the solution my name is Jonathan. Cottrell and my goal in the show is driven developers. Like you find clarity perspective purpose in their careers and this question is not an easy question to answer and if you don't understand kind of the premise of this question let's back up and talk a little bit about the science of problem. Solving the science problem solving as it turns out is the same one in the same as a science of learning. You're looking for some piece of information that you didn't have. Before and more explicitly you're using older pieces of information in order to kind of scaffold towards that new piece you can visually imagine that. The old pieces of information are kind of the the bricks in the wall. That eventually will make it high enough to where you can reach that next spot but this metaphor doesn't really hold up perfectly because if you take the metaphor at face value you can imagine that you can go. And Gra- count gathered those bricks together and just through sheer force of will and energy build that wall and this is our intuition than the longer. We spins expending energy in building that scaffolding. The more likely that scaffolding will get built on time and fortunately the wall very often either comes crumbling down Or maybe you're building the wrong wall or building it in the wrong direction or maybe you're taking a brick from one part of the wall and just putting on another part of the wall now making any progress but just shifting things around now that we've exhausted the metaphor with soccer but little bit about why this is the case. What is it exactly that our brains are doing Wimmer problem solving. There's obviously not an easy answer that will fit in a five minute. Podcast like this one but to summarize your brain is looking for pathways as looking for pathways from information that you've been exposed to previously and it's trying to find the most efficient pathways or the most well traveled ones. The ones that are most likely to fire. Our brains are big networks. That shouldn't be surprising to US. As engineers networks of neurons. Now we don't oversimplify this because the mental model of a neural network is only part of the way towards actually modeling. What our brains do so we won't. We don't want to actually backfill that mental model into how we understand neuroscience but we can understand the basic premise that the more connections that we have or the stronger connections more specifically the more likely. We're going to go down that path. That information is more likely to be recalled. But there's a critical point about this path making in path finding that we very often miss. I'm GonNa talk about that critical point right after we talk about. Today's sponsor Lynn owed. Leonard has eleven data centers worldwide. You can get root access to link server on one of those data centers or spread across those data centers for as little as five dollars a month. The nanotech plans start as low as five dollars. You get dedicated. Cpu plans if you want them to go on the other end of the spectrum in terms of power the Nanos plan you can get root access to a Lenox dedicated Cebu plans. You can do really cool projects and then scale them up. The great thing about Leno is that it's built by developers. So if you WANNA scale up in an automated way for example you're going to have root access but you're also going to have an API and Python Cli so if you know how to use those things as a developer you can automate the management of your server They also have a revamped cloud manager. It's built on an open source single page APP. You can find attic. Cloud Dot Leno Dot Com and of course linens code can all be found on get hub like I said they are a team developers building tools for other developers. Go CHECK OUT. What Leonard has to offer end? You can get a twenty dollar credit by heading over to Leonard Dot com slash developer t and use the code developer t. Twenty twenty at checkout. Thank you again to Leonard Sponsoring today's episode of developer t when we think about problem solving and these neural pathways. We imagined that our brains are something that we can turn on and off that when we're awake and when we're working there were kind've adding to those pathways and then when we're resting when we're veggie out watching TV or even when we're exercising that this pathways are cold that the city the network of roads and our brain can shuts down but as it turns out and basically the opposite is true. Our brains require rest in order to make those pathways efficiently. Mental fatigue is a very real thing and as it turns out. Humans brains actually expend way more energy than other animals brains. Her brains are constantly active even when we are asleep but the critical point to take away here is not that are just that our brains are active but that there's different types of activity the happen when we rest versus win. We are actively engaging subject when we're trying to recall something for example and we both. We need the recall. We need the intentional Kind of exercise of those pathways but we also need an perhaps in a greater measure than the average person gets. We also need that rest in downtime. And that downtime can be as simple as stepping away from your computer and taking a walk now to answer. The question asked by the user to snowboard. That's the number to snowboard on. I tunes unfortunately there is no prescription. There's no specific amount of time and there's not a particular rhythm that works for everyone although it is true Pretty much universally for humans that we follow some rhythms. You can listen to my interview with Daniel Pink about this particular subject. He wrote a book called win. And that book talks a lot about these kinds of things about. What is our daily rhythm? For example our daily pattern is a peak or trough and a recovery and every person tends to have a different kind of a shape to win. That happens in their day but also happens in much smaller ways for example. Imagine doing three hours of intense meetings at the end of that three hours. It's very likely that you're ready for a break. Now if you did the same amount of meetings over the course of let's say six hours and in between each meeting you had twenty minutes to just totally relaxed. Do whatever you want to go on a walk and then forty minutes to do some kind of focused work or something unrelated to what those meetings are about. It's very likely that that Breaking those up is going to make the third meeting much more bearable number. One encourage you to adopt some kind of similar pattern to the pomodoro technique. You don't absolutely have to use a timer. Absolutely have to follow every single rule with Pomodoro. They simple idea of working for a period until you kind of need a brain break and then stepping away taking a five or ten. Minute Walk is particularly effective and that's also packed by science as it turns out. But if you step away from your work and come back to it you're much more likely to get more work done. Not just for the sake of productivity but also for the sake of quality and the second thing that will recommend to you is when you start to feel tired or when you start to feel worn out to not try to suppress that this is a cultural phenomenon especially in the United States. That when you're tired you should push through and we see movies about the subject that kind of the last hour of the fight and you're worn out and he tried to push through all. This probably works really well and movies. And there's some dramatic effect to it. It's likely that your worst work will be done when you're trying to push through instead. Listen to that feeling of burnout. Listen to that feeling of strain. Your brain is not ignoring the work that needs to be done. You're not just being weak by taking a break in fact you're being smart. You're listening to your body. You're listening to your brain. You're listening to exactly what that mechanism was created to do is created to help you achieve that work not the opposite. Make so much for listening to today's episode of developer Leonard For sponsoring today's episode head over to Leno Dot com slash developer news the CO developer. T twenty twenty. That's developer t two zero two zero at checkout for twenty dollars worth of credit. Today's episode was inspired by a question from listener to snowboard on itunes. I would love to see more questions from you. You can share those in those teams reviews just like to snowboard did or you can send them directly to me at developer t at gmail.com muscle on twitter at at developer team by way. Those kinds of reviews are how we keep this show going because when people leave reviews on Itunes it helps other developers find and then ultimately decide to download and listen to this show. So thank you so much to those of you who have taken the time. The five minutes set it takes to leave a review. It makes a huge difference to the longevity of this podcast. Today's episode was produced by Sarah Jackson. As a part of the SPEC DOT. Fm Network. Go check out. The other awesome shows that are made for developers like you looking to level up in their careers. Expect him my name. Is John Cottrell and until next time? Enjoy your tea.

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Jay Leno, Jeff Dunham, Willy T. Ribbs, and Mike Brewer at from The Petersen Museum

CarCast

00:00 sec | 2 years ago

Jay Leno, Jeff Dunham, Willy T. Ribbs, and Mike Brewer at from The Petersen Museum

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That's Evans, coolant dot com slash fightback fightback against the water in your cooling. It's no good, man. So we have a special episode because we went down to the Peterson on motive museum. And we got some cool interviews and looked at some cool cars. Yes. We let's kick things off. We we invited. Jay leno. And then we're gonna take a look at Mike Brewer he's gonna tell us a little bit about his car. He bought a Porsche nine eleven SC, which you're gonna love. And then you and I chat with somebody who brought a very cool conversion Porsche nine eleven converted to all electric, which was really impressive to me because looked bone stock. You hear about it? It's fantastic. Everybody. Welcome again to the tenth anniversary the atom parole show. The cars show portion if you guys bring your attention over here to the stage, we're gonna bring up some important people, and I'm just going to handle microphones from right here. Ladies and gentlemen, put your hands together for Adam Corolla. And thank you. And Matt the Andrea is well, I guess we'll step up here. Thank you. If we get feedback are or not. Thank you guys all gathered around here. And then we'll drink some beers. I. So year ten years doing car casts, and we find the side to have an event. So thank you guys for listening supporting and showing up there's some really great cars and this going to be some tough decisions to make. We are going to have a little bit of competition. We're going to do some judging we're going to hand out some awards, not exactly sure when that's going to happen. But it's going to happen is going to happen as we walk around. Right. And I never stopped judging so. You guys know that it's internal this time. We're gonna externalize it. I wanna thank our buddy. Jay Leno for coming out here. Jay, you can come up and say say, hi, if you like say, we got on town. Let's string him up right now. Let Jeff Dunham is here. Jeff drove his the only purple four GT the only purple Ford. GT quiet and understated. That's just like his comedy. That that is going to just continue to go up in value. Jeff down. Mike brewers here is well good to see him Ike. I might brought nine eleven and I mean, there's some really great God. There's some great stuff. Just in the the diversity of cool. Yeah. I wanted to one make car show. It's all just nine eleven, but you got everything here got Oldsmobiles twenties. You got fifty six Lincoln. You got Porsches you've got four GT. So it's it's really great to see the whole wide breath of Garcons. Do just a Jensen carshow. Just Jensen is. A car you'll never see in the wild. And speaking of diversity, the one black man here willy t Ribbs really to. And an Adam has made a one of movie about him. It's really good. I told you how much I enjoy you know, I've known them just to be kind of an asshole. But he's actually just a brilliant filmmaker he really captured really spirit and the whole struggle without being maudlin or any of that crap. I mean, it's it's a really good good documentary. One of the best I've seen and it appeals to people who are not car people because it's a great human story. And it's really trumped. You're gonna you're gonna show tonight. Right. We're gonna show tonight. And I I've gotta say one of the thrills of in there. Not a lotta thrills and making documentaries. But whenever we're done and we've done at times three now J invites us over to shop, and we sit down on the old tonight show set, and we read it for Jay and Willie reefa three. It's really good this one with the Paul Newman. What I love, but this one has. You know, Paul Newman was movie star was famous doors opened, you know, it's fun. When you watch Willie's, you realize doors, close just for racial Shiite and just crazy stuff like that. And how we overcame it and dealt with it. It's I think you really going to joy it willy up here. Really come up and say Hello. Really? Willy t ribs. I in German. Really in from. Outside Austin, right? I know it sounds like a porn name. But that's his real name. Yeah. Yeah. I gotta say that. Jay was he was touched almost moved to tears by uppity, the willy t rib store. I I was. I thought it was really because you know, it's. Because you know, it's the best car movies are the ones that are about people. You know? And that's what this is. It's a great human story, and you know. This is a tough guy ought to mess with him. But he's very vulnerable in this. The fact you opened up, and it's it's really good. I I was really proud of people. Don't know how long we go back. We go back to the tonight show. Yeah. We went to actually started at the Long Beach grand prix. I think it was a seven hundred eighty seven and Long Beach celebrity. I'm pre- I got beat by Helen Hayes. Yeah. I remember that. Yeah. Toyota celebrity race, they do there, and they have Donny Osmond and Jay Leno big stars. And they and they are and there's three pros that year was gurney myself and permanently Joan. That's right. Well, I was trying to pass Jay Leno. We were lapping, by the way. And I was trying to pass him in the guy. He's like look like a Sidewinder rouse name because I live in Texas. So we got a lot of those and he was going down the straightaway. And I don't let me ask me. We will we he was weaving. And I was trying to find a way by what I got close to the wall. And I sort of nudge them up. Because the mirror came off. And he was like pushing to eat threw it out the cockpit window fell in his lap. I remember as right behind Dan, gurney do everything Dan gurney. Does Dan hit the break. And then it was anger. And look I remember. Oh, he's right behind me. Let me well. You saw me coming because I was smiling you could see my teeth now stop with that. All right. So how many people are hanging out for the screening of uppity? We're going to do about four forty five. Good. We're going to enjoy that. This is our first hopefully, we'll do it to each in every year. Are you guys gonna do a little cute? And after the movie. Oh, yeah, we're going do willy going to little along with Nate who made the film with us. We're going to Q and A after the film. So we'll have that as well. And for now stroll around enjoy bug the Jesus out of Jay Leno, and we're just going to be strolling and enjoying. Thank you your car could win win. Oh, my God of the ten thousand dollars not a small amount of money that wanna thank Adam for doing that for the winter ten grand prize. That's really terrific that'll buy a college education. Yeah. Judgy can be bought say everybody. All right. Thanks, you guys. And enjoy thank you. Thank you willy. Adam krona's tenth anniversary podcast. It's on the rooftop of the world class amazing pizza museum, and it's an honor to be on. I'm here not need display. My calls, but I'm going to be helping judge somebody array of calls have turned up, and he's very tick and all kind of calls from rat cans to pristine hundred thousand dollar restoration. So he's going to be a difficult job to choose one. This. This is my beloved nineteen eighty two Porsche nine eleven essay freely engine two hundred dollars palace that much back in the day. When imagine neighbors power, but call is beautiful conditions laser straits. And he's my daily driving with my wife. Michelle, we sit in common use everyday, we love it. And how long have you been? I started. I started in the collar industry when I was eight years of age believe it so my dad it was a bit cans in back in England in those days. My dad used to type to the shop and maybe for my summer holidays. What can on calls about a time of his fifteen already a car? And by the time of his sixteen flip the car and I've been flipping calls ever since. And and then I started the whole car flipping TV show idea started doing that nine hundred ninety seven was the very first person in the world to show somebody to buy conflicts, sell it on TV. Now, we we've got world's biggest Colin show, we Latinas we're in two hundred countries, I've two million views around the world, and we have hundreds of college shows, and it all came from my dad's making me work like a Dickensian child in that cold. When I was child labor today, you get locked up for that. But my go away. Villa some of the shops in London. It was in London. Yes. It was south London miserable. Tasty. But I remember him funnily now now and slightly welfare r remember family. Thanks that. Great. So tell me about are you a Porsche guy. What's your main, call listen? If this was a low mother if you can put gas in it petro in it, and I can drive it from eight to bay nuts about it. I'm just obsessive anything that moves. I've been called all my life, and I've had everything from saying on TV from pieces of junk up to hundreds of thousands of dollars Wefa calls and for me. It doesn't matter is account dollars. How emotes me how it moves me when I'm behind the wheel kind of frail. It gives me at the moment. I'm Evan love affair with this. This is very plugging. Call. It's a very analog experience is not like a modern Dr everything's computerized and full top full you crush, awareness and conditioning ABS breaks. They completely amyloid this experiencing drive. It makes it much more pure tomorrow. I could be driving LeBron's era. Cons on. I'll be and giddy over as well. So for me, I love calls from all over the world in any shape or form. It's a pleasure. Check. So we have sixty six nine twelve and it's all lack Trich. Yeah. It's been converted to electric. I talked to the owner. So just recall what I've learned first off. It's cool. All the batteries in the front. The Motors in the rear the motor just goes right onto the transacts interesting that you can shift gears with the electric motor. Yeah. So essentially, it's like when they do the starter on the Indy-Car today like they just hit it. Yeah. RC car little gas engine or just just. It's just it's just a big motor bolted right onto the where the cover would be for the trans are where the engine sorry would have been on the transacts all hundred miles per charge. Yeah. Quicker than the in stock form nine twelve fifty fifty weight balance now 'cause the batteries in the front the batteries. Yeah. Everything is just bolted up. So could be unbolted in the nine twelve motor. And and everything could be put back. I got a chance to talk to the guy as well. The owner of the vehicle, and he said overall, it added about two hundred pounds total to the whole thing, which is flanked having somebody else in the car. It's not that big of a deal. I think with the increased power kinda neat. Yes. Like having two thirds of of your girlfriends in the car. Well. He likes them big. It looks. You know, statically did not it didn't change anything. And I hope this is the trend because I drove over here in tesla. And it was fine. But. It doesn't look like this. Now, I don't I don't recall who made the motor the electric motor. But the batteries are basically like a tesla battery, but it's like one third of tesla matter and by the way, the car looks fantastic silver with the red is so unpleasant, and it's just gorgeous. Right. So you can get your classic car converted to electric or lease your nine twelve. And if you're going to convert a Porsche to electric, oh nine twelve at probably keep the engine in the nine eleven and by the way. Now, we do have to distinguish between motor and engine fac in today like Detroit Motorcity sedan. I was always thinking engine gas. Fuel Motors electric in my mind. I didn't have to worry about that ten years ago. Yes, go what size Motors in this thing. And the guy wouldn't tell you how big the armature was right? Well, wasn't that scintillating and don't worry? There is more to go. I let me tell you about Evans coolant water near cooling. It's ruthless man. It's bad for everything. It just it. You think about well expands when it gets hot? But then also corrodes like just twenty four seven. That's all it does all the hills up pressure all the ours. And all the cars in the museum all have Evans in it because they don't want the want then with the car sitting there for long periods of time with water in it. Yeah. And it's a much easier. Cleanup of something goes wrong. It has a very water as a low boiling point vaporizes builds a pressure and the cooling system leads voile over and burst hoses on its rights. It's not always it's not always that. Sometimes you just burst hose blow a head gasket Evans. It's the only waterless coolant on the market. Don't you want the best for your baby virtually eliminates the vapor? In your engine preventing systems and pressures from overloading and bursting and hoses and electrolysis and corrosion in your cooling system, all its NHRA approved and you use it. They all use it at at the tracks trip. Check out their cited Evans, cooling dot com slash fightback. That's Evans, cooling dot com slash fightback. You really should be going waterless, and that's Evans. All right. So now, Matt or we Jeff Dunham came out there. Brought his four GT. Yep. Very special custom color. He only had one hundred miles on just gotta he's just he put like twenty miles coming out to the on his car coming onto our vent. What a match, and you can also check out Mike Torvill, we talked to from Evans about his product and beyond. So let's give that a listen. John and his purple Ford GT, not t- t forty four TT good. See again, my thanks. Thanks for having me to this is really nice, and there's a high dollar vent. I just love the fact that you had the cheapest BIC pen possible. Oh, my. I think it's like quarter thing big wheel. But there's a lot shopping cart wheels. Here I got a sign autographs. And if I bring out my Mont Blanc right will steal it because they're desperate peasants. So I just bring this and they'll be using this later on in prison to give themselves tattoos. You know? But you're right. As you put it in my pocket. One comment. You did five minutes. We worked it out in the elevator ride. This is Jay Leno says the only purple Ford GT on the planet. Well, I think you guys know one other guy that has borne it's the it's the it's a more pinky purple. Is that it? Yeah. This is the one that was of look, I know we have a large gay constituency here. They're both gay colors. This one's this one's the top. Graham, Ray hall is the bottom GT, and this is the top GT both gay no arguments there, but one's in charge. Right. Sorry. If that's the way you feel about it. Well, listen, I I don't make up the rules. I just go by. I hit your pen. And I started on the wrong. I called you the top. It's always better to be on top. When I remind grams four GT is biting pillow while okay? You get the metaphor going to be in the means to promote the show every the bottom. You know? I also I I will say this. I had my ACL. Viper. Painted the exact same color. Really? Absolutely. So I I don't care. What you think? I think it's fantastic. I called you. What else you want from me? The viper yet consistent. There was. No, stock viper color that came out you ordered this from Ford, and you have to fill out the essay like why I deserve it. It's been three years next month that I wrote the letter the begging letter, please let me pay you a huge sum of money for your car. Yeah. And some guys made video tapes and all that right? It was it was thanks to Steve Reich and Leno. I think that Leno put into good word for me. And our good, buddy. Marv rose you are more rose. I think those guys open good. But but JFK and Steve put it over the top. It's weird like referrals like like you're trying to get into the air force academy. Yeah. Like, a Senator right note. This guys stand up. But but you do you had to write the essay. Right. And then you had to have some sort of a pretty big social footprint there in the social media stuff. So you had to have that. And I think they want you to track it, and they want you to get it out there. So that's the only reason I came here. I don't care about you just had to bring it Chris Ford made me. Right. Obviously, there's the John seen controversy where he was selling his. But contractually was to keep it for two years for two years. I understand in what people flipping it. Yeah. Three times. Yeah. We're not the first to do that. Right. Right. Yeah. That it's so that the deal is you buy it. Well, it's always funny because when whenever you talk to your wife about a car, and they go six hundred thousand dollars for a car who's going to buy. It's like who gets the by car for six hundred they'll decide who gets to. I mean, there's probably a pool of thousands internationally four five thousand applications and they're going to whittle it down for years. Right. So who gets new and then they get to make the rules, which I like I like living in that world. You're I'm not on the list, I'm looking at a beige Camry. And I don't want to jinx it leno's blown a call and later on today. Stupas eleven it's got like eighty one thousand miles on it. But it's it's it's coffin Terry. But you can put leather necks essays. He knows the guy at the van is carmax, and he says he'll blow card call it. So what are the specs on this? Oh, three point five six. Yes. VCX right. Six hundred and forty five horsepower. And lintel today would seven something I thought it was a six forty five. That's what I hear. I hear it was about that. He's got too many cars. Yeah. He doesn't know. If he doesn't he doesn't have one purple. I know whether swaying with them purple. Todd does he I think he has a promote. Yes. That was the big thing. Back in the day. I have a purple Khuda Plum, crazy, right? Who do you have a problem with that? Well, the a couple of things so the B six which we used to kind of turn our nose up at kind of an interesting renaissance, which is one of your favorite supercars from the early nineties x x j two twenty supercar had mid engine turbocharged v six and probably to five or somewhere in there. It was frowned upon. It was like, oh, what are you doing v six v twelve or v eight or whatever at now, it's really just about performance. Nobody really cares. What the displacement is just care. What it does on the track? And this car is it's serious machine. One hundred miles on it. So you know, it's still not even close to getting broken in. But I have GT x one is. Well, and this is it's not even not even close ones pretty special. We actually went and filmed over at his place. A while back. We spent all this time driving his batmobile around. Let us use it. Which is that. Right. Yeah. We could use any of that all the garage stuff. He has the new batmobile like not he's not old school. MCC takes his well, though, we're letting the museum borrow for year. They're doing a whole whole give us your top five in your collection, sixty six batmobile. There's the Keaton batmobile this has got to be up there. Now. Sure, let's see what else. I don't know. The Morgan super sport is frigging awesome. I think we should set the one with the would force. One thing. That's that's what Bruce Wayne would drive. It's crazy. It's a cool piece. Mine mine burnt that fire smoke members smoking tip Rillo. Got a little careless. My Morgan caught on fire. We name this. Let's see there's Plum crazy purple. We'll call it. Fuck you purple. Fuck you Bourbeau. I think we call. It prince crazy top. Yes. And we'll call Graham, Ray hauls, the catfish bottom feeder catfish Burkle crazy top. So we see grandma go. Oh, catfish MerVal. Oh. He got. This must be so much fun for you to drive. I got a chance to drive one of these as well on Ford sent went over. Do you wanna go for ride say, yes? Yeah. We had it for a couple of days. It's fantastic. And in the super car world. One of my favorite cars is the McLaren seven twenty s it's just phenomenal dry. But then I got this. It was like man just what this represents for Ford. And with the four GT legacy in the forty legs before that. This was one of my favorite anybody asked me, they say what is this? What does it drive like? And it's got to be the Maclear impede for twelve. Whatever that is. Yeah. That's it. It's it's like they're born of the same mother. It's really is similar field. It's it's like when you wanna go somewhere. It does it before you think it's really great us send the guys at Ford like give them the paint code. How do you do it? When you're ordering carnage coming in this co this one because I did the one of one with Chrysler for the viper. And that when I was just sent a bunch of paint books chip charts, and we just went through with through and their fit twenty different purples. And literally narrowed it down to this. And so then when Ford was going to paint, it we how did we do it? We didn't scan it. Oh, I got the actual paint code and just in it to them. And then they sent it back and said this it and I went. So we just send them the paint code one of one. It's Jeff Jeff worship people go because I know you're touring all over the place and playing dates all over the place. Jeff Dunham dot com. That's the tour all the tour. Everything is there dot com. That's it in his prints. Crazy. All right. So we're here with Mike tour Ville who's that guy there in betweens, Matt motoring Evans cooling is the product. And we're standing in front of Jeff Dunham's four GT. Yeah. Purple one ever. And I don't know what acid Marin that is Martin DBS to new DBS. Oh, it is fantastic. Right. And that color, it's a DS superloo jarrow. Yeah. The front fenders bother me a little bit. Mike tells about your product will Evans cool is a waterless engine coolant and really it's about the only waterless Kumon, you can find all the other cooling serve a fifty fifty mix of ethnic like hall and water is as we all know. But the big difference with Evans is the absence of water, and therefore the absence of the problems that water causes. Did you think about corrosion? Think about electrolysis but more importantly boil over pressure. Evans has a boiling point of three hundred seventy five degrees. Now, never come close to that. Whatever. No. It'll be out. Right standing there all night. Now, you think about that with such a high boiling point it stays liquid. So you never have any vapor. You don't build any pressure. And you never boil out the pressures of big issue because when you you pop the cat something goes wrong, or let's say in a racing environment. And you have a leak that's where that's where the mess comes. Because there's so much pressure goes all over the track. And it's a huge, it's messy and in charge drag racing. I pay a fine now. Right. If you're team drops oil or coolant you your team pays a fine. You would. And I'm really glad you brought that up because most glycol based coolants are not allowed in NHRA tracks up until now. So what Evans is allowed vintage racing. I think a lot of the guys at water wetter. And right, just water. Right. But in a way, this is sort of the move from. Putting additive in conventional oil to go in full synthetic. I mean. Similar way look at it that way because it just behaves differently. It prolongs the life cycle is prolonged right? So Evans will stay in your engine indefinitely. I mean, you never have to change it out because the additives don't fall out. So we're very different. We're here at the Petersen automotive museum, and they have a huge collection of hundreds of collector cars, and I know you guys work with them. Why would why would the Peterson picked Evans over water letter or convention? Yeah. And they don't drive the cars. Well, that's actually a good point. Because when the car sit for a long time, right? What happens, you know, the the additives the anticorrosive additives followed over time, right? And then you get corrosion or electrolysis and trolleys is is the pitting that results from the electric current through the water, but without the water that's not going to happen in when this happens. It happens from the inside out, you don't know it till it's too late. It's why a lot of museums are using. I mean, Jalen will uses it. The Tim Welborn muscle car museum American. I think this Guggenheim is using. Now, see too. Yeah. Great. Your your product goes in kind of coats, everything and sticks to it to prevent corrosion. It's because when we talked to two Leno at his place he hates he hates ethanol in in in fuel. Right. Yeah. Because it eats old fuel lines and he gets angry at the California fuel ingredients. All talk the two things. He hates our ethanol in Puerto Rican. Puerto rican. But he doesn't care for your your people but ethanol mainly in water to and water to water too. Borderie gas and water. That order. I'm not gonna you know what I've said too much Jay still here. I think he laughed I well he makes those three things, and we can we can fix at least one of them. I was going to say with good reason. But the good reason applies just the water. No. All right. So where do we get Evans? You can certainly start off at the Evan schooling website, Evan schooling dot com. That's where you start, but it's available throughout dealerships throughout the country summit racing Amazon places like that. But really you can find it very easily. Okay. No. Yeah. Before we wrap up you guys you you wrote a book recently. Now, the book's going to be movie what's it about? Yes. Yeah. Actually, it was several years ago. I wrote a book it's called the promise to Astra and recently got the attention of a movie producer and the movies being made. It's going to be premiered in may promise. Just happen to have a copy. Wow, you wrote a four bucks checks squat. I can promote your book if you don't mind. So we can find it. Yeah. Actually, I have a copy of it here. Well, it's the it's the book and movie coming out in may. Yeah. All right. And then for the Evans Evanston, where we find those guys online. Evan school dot com. Okay. Okay. And you can find it in all kinds of places on our website. We have a weird by section, and that's easy to you know, put in your address zip code. You can find a dealer near you. You know, couple of the things that do want to mention about the NHRA because it's real important that we started to talk about the NHRA in the racing and white guy calls are not allowed Evans is just as difficult to clean up glycol based coolant it is a glycol based coolant but the difference, and I think is worth mentioning all the people listening is if Evans is glycol based cooling. Why would it be allowed when the fifty fifty coolants aren't and it's all about the pressure. The reduction of pressure means the likelihood of getting on the track is decreased by so much. You're not gonna have that happen in any great volumes. You might have a little spill to clean up. Right. And that have that problem. Pretty scary story that happened to me I one on the Evans cooling website, right? I typed in closest location on typed in my own address in came back with the coolants in the house. Scary. No. Pretty hard. I wasn't run. Mike kids were not the same for a couple of days. What happened, but I had to get out. You know, scary movie get out. That's right house. All right, Mike. Thank you. And thank you. Thanks for having us to literature as well. And Evans, cool and everybody go online. Thank you. I told you this was a special episode, and we're gonna keep getting special because we're giving out some award. This is fun. This is an exciting part of the show for me. Yeah. Was nerve wracking for me. But we gave out some special awards. So let's enjoy that. All right, ladies and gentlemen. It's time to hand out some hardware. Welcome to the first annual tar cast car show. Hosted by Adam Corolla and mad the Andrea they are here to give away the award. So let's hear it for them on their tenth anniversary. The greatest automotive podcast of all time is car cast. Please welcome Adam Corolla, and that DA Andrea here. Hey, thank you. This is turn out to be a little tougher than we thought that judging department, but I have tallied up right here. This for the first years turn out to be quite a nice turnout. It's all because of you. So normally this department they go give yourselves a hand. I hate that. So just give me a hand. And thank you come on. Hey, please come on. I wasn't expecting. Not not not what I'm here for. So we went around, and we scouted out some different cars where the people's choice award. And we have best in show, and we have your choice. We have my choice. I'll give honorable mention to the Ford ranchero over there. It's not gonna it didn't quite get it. But it's it's close. Yeah. And you know, I see the American flag waving there. And I just thought it'd be give a little something American. All right. You want to start out with yours? I yeah. So my pick is just for the wacky -ness of our car is I don't know what number it is. It's number fifty four, and it's that Datsun five ten drift or right over there. There's so much going on with that thing. I love that. Why don't you come on up? Here. We've got a plaque for you. We've got some awards for you our friends at Brembos hook you up with backpacks and books and shirts and. Yeah. They burned a lot of calories. And a lot of Volkan is rubber with that bad. Boy, what you didn't get was a break hits. You get a hat though. That's nice. Yeah. But listen handle slow you down with that thing out. Throw it out the driver's side window, grabs all the air, boom. And thanks guys. Thanks car o his hands. Messed up his hand drifting. If you guys Sherman shirt, thanks you guys. Yeah. It's a great piece. I didn't I'm a five ten guide. I didn't even know it was a five ten. Which is which is interesting just great job on that car fun. Super fun so much good stuff out there, but mine was near and dear to my mom's heart number five. It was a VW square back over here. I'll tell you. What got me? It's got a Subaru motor in it. Yes. It's it has a I think ninety seven Subaru motor in the VW square back and just nicely done. It was going to bring you some more stuff. Yeah. We'll bring you bring you the swag. So Chris give this guy a plaque. That was that was nice. The you want to do the people's choice award choice award. You guys voted you submitted your ballots, and guess what you picked. No. Now, number forty three the Chevy blazer. We'll. By the way. Yeah. The blazer guys smoking joint with my son and the stairwell. Oh, not been introduced to drugs. Well. Yeah. Yeah, there it is. Yeah. We'll take. Best in show now to be honest. I was wandering around. There's a lot of cars that that. I like you're not allowed to pick your own. Oh, no. You can't pick your own. But you said this is my show. Yeah. Just not for the ward. Sorry. We'll let me ask you when it's your party. Are you allowed to eat the food or I don't 'cause this is the same difference? All right. So we'll go to the nine thirty five. Now, this is a red Porsche, it's number seventy three. And I I love the car was very nicely done in in Jonathan ward. In you, guys know Jonathan ward from Hikone Motors. He's the guy who is very detail oriented, and I just ran into him back there with his Bronco and he's like agency that red Porsche. Pretty nice job. And when Jonathan ward tells you that supreme nice job. It's like Chinese middle aged dude going nice job at the math. Like, it's it's a compliment. Yeah. It's a competent. They don't hand them out that I mean, he doesn't hand them out that off, but he said that Porsche was done nicely. And I was like I was just thinking about that car. So that is number seven number seventy three and areas. Yeah. Do we have our our award winners? We have our four ward winters wanted you guys come up here. Bring those fancy plaques Embo hats the rest, you are not losers. But you shouldn't be mistaken for winners. That's all I'm saying. Yes. Yes. Bring your plaques. Come on up here. Those plaques are suitable for framing. So it's got my name on us right next here. I'm going to pick somebody shorter next time. Right. And let's all it's all just display the plaque there. Right. Nicely done guys. Thank you. Yeah. Thanks. You guys. This is excellent. And you know, we'll do it next year unless I get caught up in this whole metoo thing which case I'm going to have to lay low for while. There's some stuff coming out mostly threes and fours really not enough. You know, what probably said too much. Well, probably do it next year. I'm gonna have Mark Garriga's come up here and say couple of words, and then we can just go ahead and. Are we taking pictures? I'm taking a picture of them. Are you taking a picture of them? Oh them. Oh, yeah. Yeah. Just just proof. Is you guys showed up? Yes. Heck's? My mom later. See people showed up. Thank you so much for showing up all stick around around watch screening, right? And have a cocktail and have a cocktail. Thank you guys. We'll see an ex year. So we had a whole day out at the Peterson on the roof outdoors in the sunshine. And then we moved inside to watch uppity and Willie t was there. And if the end of the show and everyone loved it got a standing ovation. I think there were tears in the audience. I'll tell you a quick little fact is Billy Gibbons who came and watched it he loved it so much we actually saw him taking notes like what are you doing? And he's like, I love this story this film so much some of this could end up in a song love it. That was a great impact. He was touched by the whole thing, the Hopi remakes classic transfusion that'd be fit. So we did a Q and A afterward. And Nate only answered one question with the Mike and his lap. Which is which is fantastic movie. Only asked one question right before it went up. I said Nate he's going to talk to you about the Mike keep it right after I got it. Sure. You can find a fixer of him to stay. Mike sitting on the light. Only answered one that way, though, got it. All right. So let's listen to QNA with me and Nate the makers of film and willy t. Thank you everybody. I'm gonna bring up Adam Corolla and willy t Ribbs. Thank you all for coming out. Today. Thank you all. Thank you very much. Offer this guy. It's all for Willie. I told you he was a sound bite machine. Right. Shoot heard what what what got edited? Right. I think we're just going to open this up to some QNA Willie. Would you like to make a statement before we open it up? Well, first of all vying for everyone being here and sharing the experience. It was. Albums. Doctor was sitting next to me watching this. And he says man, he says you dealt with a lot that knew said remember the scene of Scarface where Pacino said don't worry about it. It was fun. Well, it was fun. And. I don't think that I would have enjoyed it any other way. I it just it was just something about the the ops when something's too easy. You know, really? You don't really look at yourself in the mirror and said, I accomplished anything, but. It was it was. I do all over again, if somebody said, would you absolutely do it just the way did it. I said I would tell them. Yeah. I wouldn't change anything. I might not partied as much. My wife reminds me of that. All right. And by the way, that was Dr Bruce who was sitting next to me. I just I don't travel with my doctor. Not like Elvis or something. It's time for your P twelve injection. You have to go on that age. So for him up. He's got to go on stage. So that was actor Burr, so do you have questions from from the audience? Yes. So when did you retire what race and why you know, you really? You know, it's like a racehorse, you know, sometimes they wanna put you out. The pastor, you know, and maybe they wanna use you for, you know, a dog food or glue and. I. It was really two thousand one was you know, it went from nineteen seventy seven to two thousand one and once you get through the eighties, and when you're younger nineties and your heyday, you know, that, you know, the new kids coming along and most of them got more balls than brains. And so they're, you know, they're going to, you know, you're going to be challenges like all lion and the young lions. Well, the hyenas don't duly go after the younger lions so old ones. They wanna nipping ass. So. So it was about two, and you know, you can feel it like in all sports. You know? I mean, I'm sure Michael Jordan would play for the next hundred years of could. But you know, you start. In germany. They have a sane. You lost some feathers. Lot of people might have gotten to Michael Jordan reference. First black man to play basketball. Way back in eighty s probably eighty six eighty seven. Yeah. I black man to lace up the high tax our next next. Yeah. Oh, you don't know his name now, but you will eighteen months from now. Thanks fantastic film on her to see like this and get to talk to you guys Willie. You clearly are not someone who needs a lot of allegation from other people. But what is it meant to you to be involved in this and to to see the film like this. Well. These two God right here. They. I don't know if. You know, you you. There's they saw what what was happening. And they saw what happened. And there's a lot of producers out there from Spike Lee, do whomever these two guys they said, this is a story that needs to be told. And I can't. You know, a lot of people don't have the vision or the. Or the or or the foresight or even to nasty? I mean, I don't get it with his own money. His own money. My wife doesn't go. Oh, I told her Castro paid for the whole fucking thing. Yeah. Wait a minute. Where's my money? Yeah. Well, you know, you saw the story. You know, we just told the story. I mean, it was. We knew there were so much there that it just couldn't you just couldn't go wrong. You know? I I always sort of said today like all we can do is F this like we just go tell Ackley right fell. Once this how I encourage co workers, all we can do is fuck this up now go. So you know, we we knew we knew we had here. So. Of labor love. It would be nice to make some of that money back at some point. But you don't really make documentaries to make money. You know? You know, what I like about, you know, making the documentaries is it's here, it'll always exist. It'll it'll be here long after we're all gone people can hear about this story. Learn about this story and tell the story, and it's it's all in one ninety six minute DVD. So I just liked that idea coming coming from radio wherever they just kind of goes up into the ether. And then just blows away this'll this'll be here forever. So it was a story that deserve to be told. And we just told it, and we couldn't have done it without Willie. Obviously couldn't have done it. If he wasn't doing what he did. And we couldn't have done it. If he didn't contribute the way he did. I gotta tell you. I get a call from Nate. And Nate says do you think Bernie Ecclestone now everyone in here knows that Bernie Ecclestone is the big Kahuna? I mean, he's of anyone in all of auto racing history. Bernie is the biggest and. Nate says, you think Bernie Ecclestone would do an interview. I said, yeah, he'll do it. And and nays says to me Adam Corolla will bet shoe that he won't. He's going to take that bet. I said what kind of Senate? And so I said forget it. I emailed Bernie Ecclestone. And I said we're doing this Bernie and for your and I went I went politics on him. I said how do you want to be remembered miserable? Exactly what I put in Email. I said how many of the millions of African Americans in the United States and forget about that worldwide or are going to know what you did. I mean, they all see Lewis Hamilton now. But who did it first? I got an Email back when do you want to do it? I said June seventeenth. He says I get emails back in my office at eleven AM. He gave us three hours. None of the people. None of the big wheels in auto race in this country. Could believe Ecclestone would do that. And Bernie was very good to me. And he was and still today. I love in like an ankle. And I've had those minter's. I mean think about this Paul Newman, I know bills in jail. But if it wasn't for Bill. Are you know? And I remember what happened. Okay. I didn't whatever he didn't. I do nothing. I remember what happened. He did it. He did it. No one else. Did it? He put me in India. So I can't say anything other than he did it. And and he's serving and he's doing his time and Justice was served, but he's still put me there, and then Ecclestone and then Jim Trueman and then Dan gurney. It was a dream career. I'd like to take this moment to thank Louis C K for helping me. In my career. Now, look a lot has been said about the man I understand understand. We're coming from. But as a comedian. He got me up on that open mic that December nineteen. Okay. All right. I Adam Nate great job of amazing way to sneak deacon Jones in there. I caught what you did there. But thank you willy for having an amazing life to tell the story talked a lot about kind of your grandfather giving you the grit to keep pushing forward. I think to do what you did you had to be uppity to face the obstacles the world the time. Where do you think you got that swagger to do what you did was in? You was it inspired by someone where do you think you got it was that pretty much? My I was sent to the ranch for reason and. You know, been not up, and he would have been down at the with it. He worked the hell out of me on the ranch. And I mean, if I had today's kids I'd take them all out of the cities as suburbs. Put him on a ranch put him on a ranch and. The work ethic. You came from that my wife came from that. And I just think it it builds a lot of character and with him, you it was you didn't say anything when he told you to do something you you'd get it. You didn't say, well, I'm quite that this area and myself as a father Sonny back me up. It went once you gotta line two days. He went without eating ranch dressing. So that was that's this guy's ranch right here. And I said you had Honey Dijon as dipping sauce, but he didn't have ranch for two days. And he started getting smarter. I said your gun in for three days, pal zip. That took him to the ranch grew up on a ranch like you guys my from hidden valley. Okay. Which maybe a ranch? Yeah. We do that shit lock and yada. That's the way we did. Play. Thanks, you guys for showing up willy t Ribbs. Yeah. And I have one more nounce -ment. If you have a red wristband a blue ribbon. So I wanna thank all you for coming out. I don't think Evans for making this special episode of car casts possible. We have a new show out tomorrow. Is that correct mex- panel new show tomorrow? Also, thanks to the Peterson museum in Brembos and Holly for the prizes, and and work and you find this weekend. Well, you can check us out at the at in Orange County at the classic auto show event on Saturday. It's come say. Hi, we always like saying. Hi, I'm doing live shows everywhere to go to 'em curl dot com. And find out where we're doing stand up not Taco Bell materials out as we speak. You get it a chassis, and you can get it at Amazon and also we're doing a another showing it at the sin Aloun, which is called the arenas in Atlanta's in LA. That'll be this Sunday March seventeenth six PM anchor role dot com. Fandango all be. There and we'll show it live. 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Battery Day/Shareholder Meeting Rescheduled, Product Updates, JPMorgan Price Target Revisited, Leno Model Y (06.22.20)

Tesla Daily: Tesla News & Analysis

13:27 min | 7 months ago

Battery Day/Shareholder Meeting Rescheduled, Product Updates, JPMorgan Price Target Revisited, Leno Model Y (06.22.20)

"Everybody round our here today. We were talking about the schedule for Battery Day and the shareholder meeting. We have a bunch of new feature updates from you on twitter Jay Leno reviews the model. Why and we have some news on California clean? Air Regulations All right so over the weekend we finally got an update on the revised schedule for Tesla's much-anticipated at battery, day, in response to you a few questions on the timing of the shareholder meeting, and whether or not. Not, the cyber truck will be there. Alon, said quote. Yes, but we will have to postpone annual shareholder meeting as still no large gatherings allowed by July seventh, not sure of new date but I'm guessing maybe a month or so later and quote, and then followed that tweet up by saying that it would probably be good to combine a battery day with the shareholder meeting since they are quote converging enzyme, end quote, and that Ilan was hopeful that they could. Could announce a date after the week the fourth of July then yesterday a couple of days later we new tweet from Ilan apparently settling on proposed or tentative time line for now saying quote, tentative date for Tesla shareholder, meeting and Battery Day is September fifteenth will include tour of cell, production, system and quote, so a couple interesting implications from that the first of which is the location Tesla owner of east. Bay asked if that meant. It was definitively in Fremont and. And on replied, saying yes, and then, of course, this also implies that Tesla has their own self production system that they will have ready to demonstrate by September, this isn't too surprising. Tesla has been alluding to this for a year now actually since last year's shareholder meeting, but I think it highlights the potential scope of battery day. It seems like the last couple of weeks. The media has been really focused in on the possibility of a one million mile battery. Battery and vehicle to grid technology very life cycle oriented, but there's so much more to consider for battery day including the scale of production production process, which we should learn about his pilot tour Gosper Kilowatt Hour. The power in charge rate of these batteries remember back on disabled truck unveiling Yulon said that they were targeting greater than two hundred and fifty kilowatts of charging for the cyber shock. Then we have to consider energy density. The battery chemistries being used how much. Much cobalt being used things like that, and then of course life cycle as well, but battery day isn't just about Tesla, saying okay now we've got a million mile battery in actually GONNA. Talk a little bit more about that idea. In the coming days, the other consideration here is that Tesla is relatively space constrained in Fremont, so if they do have a cell production line, there is likely just a pilot line that Tesla has been working on developing the technology. Technology and perfecting the production process so that they can roll this technology out to the factories for mass production. Perhaps this pilot line would then eventually be moved, or maybe it'll be kept around Fremont to produce batteries for something like the plaid model s Model X.. For example so anyway we can now tentatively reset the countdown to eighty five days, or about twelve weeks now for battery day, and the shareholder meeting, though in Tussles, SEC filing about delaying the shareholder. Shareholder meeting, they say quote. Certain specific dates, locations and presentation formats that will maximize the probability of an informative in-person event are under consideration and tussle announced further details, regarding the finalized date location and format of the twenty twenty annual meeting at a later date and quote, we'll just have to wait and see, but hopefully this'll be the last revision to the timeline. We know that Yulon on the key one earnings. Call said that they wanted to have battery day. From that call so I really do believe all the delays we have had have been a result of the coronavirus situation rather than delay on Tesla's end. In terms of the battery technology, the timing of these things is always very interesting to consider, though because we don't know if this will coincide with actual product updates from Tusla we also don't know if any of these technological updates would be shipping and tussles products before battery, day unveils them that would seem like the best option if there are any sort of breakthrough technologies involved, but the further that's gets delayed and the shorter time period that we. We have from when the delay happens. For example, the Onsang they wanted to have it three weeks from the Q. on call, and then a few weeks later, delaying it by three months doesn't really seem to fit with that idea I. Don't think they're going to ship new technology for upwards of four five months before unveiling it, so maybe most of what is going to be discussed at battery day is related to back end stuff in terms of production cost efficiencies that are going to have a profound impact on the business and on Tusla's ability to scale battery production, but maybe aren't as noticeable. Noticeable in the final product in terms of changing rain, Bax power performance things like that I don't know. I think at a minimum in terms of what we should expect from a customer, facing point of view would be a lower price through the cost. Efficiencies gained that we learn more about through battery day a longer life cycle, maybe that involves vehicle to grid as well and then I think we'll see higher charging rate capacities due to be launched hints at the Cyber Truck Event, and we also know the Plata Model S Model X. are expected in the second half of the year you has. Has said that will involve a new battery, so that would be a potential customer facing update as well. Let's to consider the September fifteenth timing puts US pretty much at the end of Q. Three about a couple of weeks before quarter, and which if there were significant product updates that weren't immediately available and high volume. It could make that end of quarter. Push that Tesla usually does a little bit trickier for Q. Three. Especially, so if there's a lot of inventory of older technology that Tesla has to move through I'd be really curious to hear people's thoughts on the implications of the timing of. Of the event, so let me know those thoughts in the comments moving on, we also got a lot more information on Tesla from yuan on twitter over the weekend I is an update on autopilot pricing for those people that have already purchased Tesla vehicles and did not purchase autopilot with those vehicles before it was standard for those people had cost three thousand dollars previously to add basic autopilot, not the full self-driving option. Yulon has lowered that to two thousand dollars until the end of Q.. Two so July first. We've talked about this nice little flexibility for Tesla to periodically offer sales on software options if If they want to you at a boost to any individual quarter, and with the expiration of the sale at the end of Q.. -Til. It looks like that's what Tesla is doing here. We'll talk about this in the upcoming days as we approached quarter close, but I think profitability is definitely in play for key to. If Tesla can produce even one dollar of Gap Prophet, that makes them eligible for s and P, five hundred inclusion for Q, Two prophet really hinges on Tesla's regulatory credit sales, which are always very difficult for us to forecast next is a quick update on the timeline for these. These. Seven seat Monterrey, Vincent on twitter, asks about the timing on that and Nealon, said quote probably early Q. Four and quote was actually quite a bit faster than what Tesla has on their website. They say the seven seat Interior will be available in twenty twenty. ONE ON TESLA DOT COM could be a small indication of Tesla's move towards under promising and over delivering, or it could also be a good sign for Mata why production or if you want to go on the other side of things, an indication of poor demand, but obviously that's not my perspective. Next is something that has been discussed. Discussed a lot with tesla owner, silicon valley, asking yuan on twitter. If we get screen mirroring from the phone to a tussle screen, you on, replied saying quote. Maybe we'll look into it. We need to emulate a TV and out. As tussle continues to add more and more features to the native you I, this feature becomes less important, but still falls into the nice to have category until Tesla has an APP store. It's not going to capture everything so this would add incremental functionality. Another feature proposal that deal on responded to on twitter was the ability for tussle vehicles in the driver visualization to. Or emphasize other tests vehicles that they come across. You replied to that saying we could probably make Fun Punch buggy game with extra points for rare Tesla's. This is something that i. have wanted for a really long time. I think Tesla has the opportunity here to create something incredibly fun sort of similar to Polka Mongo. In concept, where for example, there are challenges to come across all the different vehicles so. So you'd see a model three pretty quickly. Obviously, but it might take a while to come across unoriginal roadster, and while I'm not sure if the autopilot cameras we could handle this. It'd be cool if it could differentiate between the different colors, so you've come across a white model three almost immediately, but finding silver, which has since been retired might take longer same thing with muddle s where you might. Might see solar colors like titanium, metallic or Dolphin Gray being much more difficult and rare to come across, and you know index in your system regardless of the colors. Though you can have the original you'd have to new roadster, so you'd have to actually come across the prototype or things like the cyber truck, and this can extend far beyond tussle vehicles for instance super charger. Check in points or or even detonation chargers, and then you can combine all this into one sort of gamified system with leaderboards for different countries, different regions, different localities, or even for different groups of France. The tricky part with this is because driving does consume energy, and not all energy charging Tesla's currently clean. You don't really want to create this incentive structure that encourages people to drive and cause emissions may be only Tessa. Tessa customers that have tesla solar are for this kind of game. It'd be a fun little perk, and honestly some people are so competitive that it might push them over the edge to become solar customer as well. We know that Yulon has said that he wants tussles to be the most fun product, possible and things like this game of vacation of the use of Tesla's I think has so much potential. Potential to add to that element, which just drives the value of the purchase even higher. This is sort of underscored to the last comment that you made on twitter that I wanted to address and this was in reply. It's you a clean technic article on how tussle became the most valuable automaker Yulon? Reply to that? Saying quote Tesla should really be thought of as roughly a dozen technology startups many. Many of which have little to no correlation with traditional automotive companies and quote we dance around this idea constantly, but I thought this was a perfect way to phrase it. Pace of innovation is what matters and that's why Tesla has this startup mentality. If you follow Jeff Bezos Amazon, that's very similar to the philosophy that they've had always act like a startup the day one concept, because once you stop. Stop acting that way while you're dead and the next startup that is innovating is going to surpass you. This reminded me of the price target from J.. P. Morgan that we talked about on Friday they increase the press target from two forty two to seventy five. Tesla of you're did send me that note. Thank you for that, so I got a bit more insight into how they got that price. And now after reading that note, it completely makes sense because they say quote, we derive our price target based on fundamentals alone, which consists of fifty percent, discounted cash flow and fifty percent, twenty twenty one earnings based multiples analysis itself a blend of price to earnings enterprise value to earnings before interest taxes, depreciation, amortization, and price to sales and quote. Let me break that down for you. In case you didn't catch it. J. P. Morgan is valuing Tesla based on twenty twenty one numbers. That's it. That's as far out as. As their model goes, they do not model for twenty, twenty, two, twenty, twenty, three, or any years beyond that well. Yeah, no wonder if you value Tesla based on next year's earnings, of course, it's going to look expensive, but what happens when they grow revenue by fifty percent in twenty, twenty two and earnings by I. Don't know two hundred percent while the your press target starts look really really silly, really really fast. That'll either happened to J. P.. Morgan or they will drop coverage anyway back to the point here you. You would never value a tech startup or multiple tech startups based on their earnings next year. That is not what the business is optimized for so pricing Tesla based on discounting their earnings from less than eighteen months from now absolutely no sense and is completely shortsighted, but at least it does explain the incredible low price target X. Today I wanted to give a couple of quick thoughts on Jay Leno's garage most recent episode. This is about a half an hour long completely of the Model Y. It's already approaching half A. A million views on youtube and overall. It was very positive towards Tesla. And towards the motto, y saying that this is undoubtedly the future and Leno spent a fair amount of time focusing on how the vehicle was made in America, not much new information for those of US follow Tesla closely, but one thing Leno did say combine attention. He said in the first minute or so quote. I think they've got about twelve to fourteen thousand of them, but you might have seen them on the road yet, but by the time. Time this airs. There'll be more and more of them out there and quote so that twelve to fourteen thousand number is interesting of course Alon spent a lot of time with Jay Leno. Perhaps that number slipped out during the course of their conversation or perhaps Jay Leno is looking at the vehicle identification numbers that are out there on the Mata. Why we'll have to do some digging on when this was actually recorded and then compare that with the Vin sightings that we saw at that point in time because a couple. Couple of weeks ago, the highest vince that we would have seen were probably around fourteen thousand ranch today. The highest men's being reported are in the nineteen thousand range. We know that not every vehicle identification number gets made so twelve, thousand, being produced on Hyphen Vin, number of nineteen thousand seems relatively possible to me, but again if this was a couple weeks ago, maybe a bit less, Basel will again revisit delivery numbers closer to you at the end of the quarter. Lastly today is a report on California regulations from the. The Sacramento Bee. Which says that quote, California's air. Agency this week is poised to pass a rule that would require truck manufacturers to cut their production of gas powered vehicles by more than half over the next fifteen years, and instead cell battery, and hydrogen powered machines and quote, also adding quote. It's working on another regulation that would go even further requiring large organizations like corporations and government agencies to mix more electric trucks in their fleets and quote. This could be another potential tailwind for the semi as we know that tussle. Tussle starts to prepare to get the Semites of in production not that I think that Tesla has too much to worry about their on the demand side. Nevertheless, we'll try to keep an eye out for any updates on that later this week. That a wrap it up for today, though as always thank you for listening. Don't forget to subscribe and sign up for notations. Make sure you're following me on twitter at Tessa podcast and I'll see you tomorrow for the Tuesday June. Twenty third episode of Tesla Daily Thank you.

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#1209 EXPERT?!?

The Adam and Dr. Drew Show

37:02 min | 1 year ago

#1209 EXPERT?!?

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Thank you All right so I I've been real. I've been very much thinking about people's relationship with the truth very very very much and I'm as you've heard me say like kind of surprise by adults in their relationship with the truth I haven't hierarchy. This is sort of sky. Scott Adams immaterial right. You're getting into here I don't I know Scott but I don't know All of of Scott's work but but may be I. I realized that people are pretty fast and loose with the truth not lying in a traditional way but just they just sort of say stuff that usually ways to cover cover themselves or get out of stuff it seems like that's the world we're in it's a world where you and also I realize it's a IT'S A. It's a two way street because I I don't lie. And so I was having these conversations. I had a drainage issue. I had to fix some stuff and do some stuff. And and whatever and I I find myself sitting with the standing with the sixty two year old neighbor dork behind me and then the real estate check and I'm saying hanging Yea here's what works. When it rains hard you take the grid grill the pull at three four inches off last time it rained? We just pulled it off. The water cure cured. The problem. Immediately is your new house now old house and then they go Yeah well I'm not so sure that will work and then I go. Yeah well I stood here in a rainstorm with water up to my knees and then I pull the grill off and then it just drained me it solve the problem immediately. Well my my guy doesn't think it's GonNa work and I go right except for I did this thing and it worked perfectly klay perfectly. Well we still want to do what my guy wants to do. And then okay okay. Adult who I'm telling you this work. I don't know if you think I'm lying or insane by the way when you think I am. Some homeless guy stumbled onto the driveway. Thought hold my sandwich. So then I execute what the engineer wanted me to do. And then I go in to the city and I I get tagged by the city. Like what are you doing with our drains like well you. You wouldn't fix it. I gotTA engineer. I fixed it out of my pocket. Here's it's the plan that the engineer show. Yeah our guys shot. Our engineer guy saw does think it's GonNa work. It's GonNa Work I. This guys have drainage expert expert and it did work and I did it. Our guy doesn't think it's going to work. I go. I was there when we pulled the great off and it worked like like a charm. This is that plus some so it's going to work guy doesn't think it's okay okay. I don't know what you're saying to me. Are you calling me a liar. I told you what I did five times by the way your guy will. Last time it rained it fucking worked worked perfectly so who is your guy. And what the fuck does he know about drainage and then I get the fucking call like so then I go to the real turn. I'm like okay. The city said they would watch it and monitor it and see how it went the next time it rained so good news. Then I get an email the day before it's going to do and it's like hey. The new homeowner wants to check out what you guys did. I said the city city would lead us to watch and see how it works. Can you just want to Jack Out. What's going to work in the city? But here's the part I'm most interested in Matt was with me. This fucking Kansanga. Hey City guy. WHO's an expert? Who doesn't think it's GONNA work? I drove past there when it was fucking teaming the other day and it worked perfectly so so tell me more about your job and what you do and by the way city expert drainage guy next time you weigh in what shall I be all ears. Hey expert guy who doesn't think it's GonNa work except for fucking worked perfectly. Should we be listening to you expert. Are you lying expert. What is your form of expertise? What is your fucking discipline? Because this thing you just said wasn't going to work works magnificently. So it's a good thing. We didn't listen to you expert right. Hey Bitch who wanted to put a helmet on my son. Because his sunglasses weren't GonNa sit right expert to good thing we didn't listen to your. It's a good thing we didn't listen to your fucking ass. Isn't it expert and it's a good thing we didn't jack out out this thing. That drains perfectly expert expert when you look in the mirror. Do you see an expert and drainage looking back at you and how could you been so so far off as an expert. You're an expert remember. You're an expert but you didn't think it was going to work but I told you it would work but our guy doesn't think it's GonNa work. Does he not think it's going to work as a person behind the counter just talking. Who's the expert in? Jesus Christ we live in a time when expertise is is losing its guys are drainage but listen we've gotten so subspecialize in her expertise so we have no general knowledge. We have no till we have no judgement anymore. Had I don't even know if they have an expert I just picked. Maybe the guy binds going. Our Guy doesn't like it here. His his guys are fucking hat rack with an old sweater on fucking cubicle. Like is there an expert there by the way the guy who is an expert who drew up the plan was a drainage expert. So how is it how difficult forgot how nuanced this drainage day. How much difference of opinion amongst the drainage expertise the whole lower than the other thing? Yes we're all experts birt's then because there's a whole and it's lower than the other part. Now we're drainage experts everyone's fucking drainage expert. These are all fifty something or all all the tools and by the way when. I'm explaining to them that it works. It works I've done it. It works. 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Five eight five and see. Some of those Great Corolla documentaries was Paul Newman. And they're not twenty four hour but winning What I realized is everyone lies and so when I'm explaining that I been there I've done it I've seen it it works and they're not listening essentially? I'm doing what they're doing all the time they think I'm doing with their fucking expert doing which is lying or the guy behind the counters lying lying about the expert. He's sitting there or yours incompetent as their experts. Maybe they've learned how incompetent experts are could doesn't think it's GonNa work. Did you even have that was a conversation you had with your guy and there's no way couldn't work. We just pull the fucking grid off put a damn in the back all just worked. It worked perfectly. It used to be a fucking fucking lake. And now it's just a trickle of water during the learn they never learn because you never go back into yell at them please people please go find find something to be good at and leave me the fuck alone. God it's so it's it is nauseating what adults have turned out to be nauseating obviating. There's not a human being in this mix that's under the age of fifty and they are not there either. Some of them are colossal pussy whipped assholes and the other are just fucking wrong in the others like expert. Jesus fucking Christ. It's so weird Gordon disappointing all right. It's not delayed Josh from Bakersfield Josh Forty Bakersville. Hey how's it going it's going on Had A quick question about an S. T. D. and Is it possible to get it just from fingering somebody if they have the city way we bless you for being forty and still finger blasted. I felt like that went out with the Stutz bearcat and the raccoon coat and the twenty two skidoo. That's that's but God bless it basically just came down to She kinda only wanted to do that. And then when I asked about trying again like a a couple of days later she's like well. I can't go any farther because I have herpes. Oh so she can you get it on your finger from this experience. Yes unlikely there is something called her pedic whitlow which is interestingly on the finger typically but it's very painful and you would have gotten it within a couple of weeks and the unlikely I wear. Are Those little rubber. Galoshes you put your finger that to us to turn pages then after work office use we use it on the working finger yeah Her occasionally for pleasure. Yeah yeah they called Symbol Cosco Hasim finger pads finger pads yellow and we can get a dozen of them right. Rubber thin black. Ah Sim Blat all right. What are those? And that's that's what to ninety eight. The best three bucks ever spent your life. You know why because you can't buy peace the mind any other kind of testing I can do or is that just josh relaxed. My goodness it's fine I did. She have an active outbreak. She worried that she passed them. Know She just doesn't want the Nessa. You can have sex with her if she's on Zovirax and use a condom. That's you could choose to do that. There's some risk when you do it but very limited Okay okay all right. How old is she? She's like in the ninth grade. Or what thirty thirty five thirty five. God bless you could combine age of seventy five and still finger blast well. She didn't want to go further. Because highlight listen sir. I don't care if it's on a technicality. Someone called six months ago. Thank others married for eight years. Let's talk to a lot of or I just go. Hey here's what happened and here's how it's GonNa work and here's what needs to be done and people. I disagree like stupid. Dumb people super fucking dumb people going. Our guy doesn't think it's got your guy's a fucking idiot and so were you. Why aren't you listening to me? What is this thing drew? I don't like it you get a station in life. People a fucking listen to you at a certain point. Yes they should fucking building experience. I have do you remember the how are used to complain about. People argue with me and you would yes driving me nuts. Yeah Trust me nuts. It's not progress. We've empowered everyone. Everyone's at the self esteem movement. I have a thought for you about the Self Esteem Movement that I think you're gonna like hierarchy as well. Oh Fred Fred. I'm writing that down. Bread thirty nine Huntington Beach got. Can you hear me yeah Hey a long time I. Yeah Adam you make me dread the day that actually could make you feel City okay all right. Hold on a second. I talked to a guy and get him off his speaker. Something or something a little stronger some a little wrong there. Let me hit Privee Rivero and then Tay I. 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PR FRAMES DOT COM and get fifteen percent off adamant Dr Drew Fifteen fifty percent off. Man That is hey Fred Yeah I'm back. I got up the Bluetooth there. We got what's going on so been married about eight years have one daughter a he's five And just thinking if a sexist sex less marriage is common. How do you deal with it? How can you mitigate and Kinda preserve marriage but still have that intimacy that I feel is important but it's been lacking in mine? Why is there a reason? Things have died off. You know we. We did. Go to counseling earlier. This year Handful of sessions uh-huh couple's counseling. And we were talking about this and really I think what it came down to was there. There was this resentment that was was it on her part for me during the pregnancy Sorry during the early infant ears where She thought she felt that. I was forcing her to breastfeed when breastfeeding was pretty painful and uncomfortable for her. So I think that's where that resemble Edmonstone kind of Miss my opinion as to where all the again does not weird. Yeah yeah it doesn't sound right and what what's her version of you've pressing her forcing her to breastfeed Her version was it was very painful and she was crying forcing what were you saying. Asking what happens. You know the forest part. How did you force her? It's the best thing for our baby and I really want you to do this. something to that effect. I forgot is because something else. There's something else for sure. How is her libido nonexistent? All to be honest I was reminded the hang out house. Her mood Good she's focused more on our daughter and going to school and less focused on our marriage. I will tell you. A lot of relationships are affected acted by menopause and peri menopause and she might late forties. Yeah I know and she really is getting her on proper hormone therapy can restore the whole thing. I've I've seen people lose marriages because they didn't go get proper valuation for this. Yeah and with you know women. When they don't have the testosterone and it has to be to saas thrown typically take their libido goes in the toilet and it it because it's just cumbersome for them to be bothered by you and they don't have any motivation at all doesn't doesn't look interesting to them so really behalf of the marriage you might want to look into that resentment? Eight years of resentment knows you know does not sound right at all Where the therapists say Fred You know it was kind of listening and and having US talk to our feelings and having to really communicate between each other with now third party nonpartisan third party and you know he was talking about communication and doing the homework the daily homework of showing you know holding hands doing things that at at night like snuggling and watching. TV or re slowly Rian integrating physical touch. Did you do all that I did. And you know it's my story right. She has her own story. Sure but And I told her I said hey I I really feel like I would like more of you trying to do our homework and you know she said Yeah I know and and nothing much more in that to be honest so So yeah so I think therapy help enlighten us a little bit more but it really showed me that. There's a lot of hard work to be done. They Healy and I'm not sure if she's willing to do is my concern. Well I look at the hormonal thing as well use them both in in tandem and then have a talk with her about the seriousness of sustaining. Your family takes work does take work. hierarchy yeah blow my mind well wind blowing up my into some numbers Johnny Carson. He's thirty nine years older than me. Yeah Jay Leno thirty nine years older than Gabe now we had a little debacle. The other week gave us in charge of ordering food chick-fil-a for Mister Leno his crew ended up falling apart for various reasons but I realized something. It wasn't just an order. J. Never got US chick-fil-a it wasn't just an order. It was an order for Jay Leno. See when I was young if I was ordering for Johnny Carson there would have been a lot of discussion about Johnny Carson. Yeah because I wasn't ordering for a dude I would been ordering four Johnny Carson uh-huh and not just an older dude or even powerful due to have been Johnny Carson right because there was a serious hierarchy and I was seriously below and I realized that you can talk about. He didn't give me the order or the order got screwed up but however you you want to slice it in Gabes mine. He wasn't ordering for Jay Leno to know the priority. Well remember how every movie be like. You've gotTa pick the boss up from the airport like oh I'll wash your car. I'll go get the car wash. Yeah okay now you fast forward to do I tell these guys clean your office and they just look at me right. That same part of the brain doesn't look at Leno's Leno now you can save for God it didn't do so it lost it email whatever it is but you and I know that when back in the day if somebody said you're you're picking up Johnny Carson from there you would have gone out wash your car. You would have put on a decent pair of pants and you would have been at the airport. An hour early early just waiting right because of the hierarchy in because it was that person right yes. There's a version of that with the COP told you to pick up the garbage. You just throwing the ground. You wouldn't look at him and keep walking. Told you can't eat your sandwich and an trained pie for you gotTA head in. You would've never dreamed never dreamed dreamed if your boss came in and told her to clean your obviously we start cleaning before he was done saying. Clean your office. And if you're doing an order for Mr Jay Leno it would have meant something now self-esteem figuring it is all part of it. Well self esteem is the movement that poisoned everybody for the they move the movement a racist to hierarchy with no the self esteem says is your grade. Well you're great and Jay Leno right so now it's time or your great and Johnny Carson Scrape now when I was thirty Johnny Carson was great and I was a nobody. That's what I look back and so if someone said you're going on a lunch run for Johnny Carson arson or you're bringing food to Johnny Carson with a lot of talk about Johnny Carson what is Johnny Carson One. Not I got your guys launch. I didn't get his would have any also you know. What do I say to them in the eye as he liked me to? Just leave it at the desk. And it's almost like what's the product something worse Prada Yeah yes hierarchy so you go back generation you go to Carson. There's there's a thirty nine year gap between me and Carson different outcome lot. It'd be a lot of questions about what Mr Carson once. Why does he want? How does he want it? Maybe how what there would have been a very strong emphasis on who this person is and if it was that guy would have been a huge the difference not a non factor in the in the case and again you can argue about. He said she said or ball dropped or or whatever it is but there was no gave never said to me. What does Jay Leno want? Or what is he expecting. Or what can we do for Misa Leno meaning no no arc no hierarchy but also clean. Your Office doesn't mean your office either. It's it's the hierarchy that that's gone it's it's it's not their fault there were there were raised with there is there weren't raised with it and as a matter of fact it's all the the It's all the M- Mark Zuckerberg wearing flip flops and board shorts trying to round it down. There you're right there isn't hierarchy. I'm I'm just like you except for a billionaire and I live in a triple community where parties on yachts. You'll never be invited to but it's like I am this person but I thought about think about about when you were kit. Whatever young Guy Youngest Guy Somebody said you fill in the blank? You know Mr so and so bill cosby when you pick them up from the the the senior resident two years ahead of me right I would jump to do a triple gainer but that thought of like I've you gotta clean by car. I've got it. I've press pants. I don't want automatic automatic right now. We should have known on this when in college when we go play colleges people because of a car with just you know fecal matter smeared on the windshield and stuff like who's cars my roommate's roommate's like you don't want to run it through the car wash before you picked us up from the airport. That's his hamper. The back don't worry about it like that never existed in the past I. There's no way when you were in college if some esteemed whoever celebrity where you were going to pick them up your spent that whole day AAC cleaning the car right. I would've I would've detailed the inside I didn't I borrowed my roommate's cars. I gotTa pick up professor oppressor so and so from the college. I'm going to clean this car. If we should've seen it coming. When we were thrown in the back with the laundry in Iowa there was a hammer in the back of his roommate started? I mean yeah all right. What do you got? Hackers are using social engineering obtain for about youth through phishing scams and then they gain access to your bank accounts. It seems like a legitimate phone call for bank turned out to be the phishing scam. This has resulted in millions being lost. You have to be alert and you need some help. We all love being able to conduct our commerce online. It's good thing there's lifelock support to understand how cybercrime is affecting our lives identity theft and other serious issue identities stolen every two seconds and you could miss identity threats. If you're only monitoring your credit of course good thing there's lifelock which detects a wide ride range of identity. Threats threats like say your social security number for sale on the dark web again. Good thing. There's lifelock right matt. No one can prevent. Oh all identity theft or monitor all transactions at all businesses lifelock and see threats that you might miss on your own join now and save up to twenty five percent off your first year. Call one eight hundred lifelock or head to lifelock dot Com Promo Code Adam. That's Promo Code Adam at LIFELOCK DOT COM for up to twenty five percent off Tom Forty nine Pennsylvania. Hello how are you good. Good excellent I actually Because of the wanted to make sure that you can hear hear me I got myself off the Bluetooth. Just click over to me. I appreciate the but the but what you guys do Reason I wanted to call and thank you back in the summer I called and I asked about helping what to do to deal with grief and through the conversation you kind of picked picked up on something that was coming through on the phone and Dr Drew after you after you kind of finished up with me Dr drew who You said through something. Like Thomson really chaotic. and Dr Drew Goes. Oh No that's just anxiety and and Literally at that point I actually felt this huge weight. Come off of me because I realized what I was doing to myself and that I was just I was holding onto the anxiety that I was having Getting over worrying about my dad with regards to my mom passing away and sometimes the sometimes these feelings we have our our last remnants of the person we're grieving and so we hang these weird reactions we get because we don't want to go all the way to acceptance. Yeah it I it was it was A. It was a remarkable remarkable cathartic moment for me. Oh good I I I really appreciate it like I said literally. I'm I was sitting there and I literally felt like a weight coming off of me and I tell you what it helped out my dad. Just He actually just went in a couple a couple of weeks back. He went into the hospital. Poland was faced with Heart failure Briefly but he's doing better. He's doing much better he's actually. He's on some lasix is He's he's got he's got good Good ejection everything like that. But I think that if I hadn't been able to like Recognize what was hold onto and everything like that. I don't know if I could if I could have probably dealt with that as good as I could have. And I I want to say thank you to both of you and I tried to call a couple of a couple of months back but wasn't able to and I I appreciate I listen to you guys every day When when you're when the episodes come out and listen to you As man when you're when you're on your chateau thank you. I wish you well I listen. Thank you had a little break through and if we had anything to do with it then I'm tickled pink. Well I'm I'm glad I'm glad I just wanted to let you know that because you Way Back years you gotta use that you know Show some gratitude attitude and I wanted to express my gratitude to both of you for that. I appreciate it thanks. I appreciate it Tom and have a great great holiday Yeah Christmas and New Year and keep up the great work. Thank you thank you. Thank you say makes it. All worthwhile. Doesn't address it does. What are you doing on the holiday? I am going to New York. Yeah Hanging Nice. I'm going to go to Washington and give it to talk today. Oh yeah then. I'm going to New York and US hanging around the house. Probably a couple of shows you know work a little bit more a little bit. I'm going down with the buck. It kind of added some stuff this thing out. I'm ready to go with my daughter to writing a book with your dog on Connecticut. Adolescents adolescence. Relax adolescent we'll see whipped if Dan. How's that work? I surprised how dare you. We need a consent your book. I'm concerned surprised. I'll wait are you gonNA do in there like we put waivers that can tear out no New Jersey. We're actually trying to take it away from how technical it's become just more like had he just pay attention to people and you know be compassionate that anything and they give you like if you're really having a healthy interaction People should be aware of each other's desires. And but I want to dig deeper into this in the program. I'm curious about this me. January twenty fourth Milwaukee Pabst Theater and the twenty fifth go to Chicago Park West a little cool weather and why not crank yankers up tonight. Comedy Central Ten thirty and SAFE SPACES DOT COM and check out not Taco bell material. My standup special would enjoy if you enjoyed that. 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Carolla Classics: Kevin Nealon on Billy the Elephant, A Gift for Howie Mandel, and Do You Like Roller Coasters?

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Carolla Classics: Kevin Nealon on Billy the Elephant, A Gift for Howie Mandel, and Do You Like Roller Coasters?

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Let's go back in time to two thousand thirteen. I'm cruel show eleven thirty four from August. First twenty thirteen released on August second. This is Alison Rosen and Brian Bishop in studio Adam was to share a story of walking in on the tally, film and music video for self and goes into something like this. Boy, did I have a moment as a dad today. Trying to deal with this thing. I don't know how many hours a woman in her lifetime spends blowing hot air into one ear and then the other. But it can't be good. And it seems like, you know, they do that thing where well if you live in LA, and you commute turns out over the course of twenty years, you end up spending eleven months sitting in traffic, you know, and it's like one of those. The average woman spends I feel like four years blowing hot air and her face, and it's not good. And maybe on the high end of that. Harry before the show. She was talking about her ear pain. Yeah. Headache pain? You can't be made to have first off from decibel standpoint. It sounds like a jet engine, and you hold it against your ear essentially, and then just shoots out super hot air. And there's no way we were made to create this desert wind, then why did God give us this kind of hair? God should have let us be cool with you having freeze hair. Now, you're scared of it. That's kind of litmus test, right? Oh my God. It's anytime you fire it up, Molly just fucking high tails. That's the litmus test is now they should travel like if you're ever in Alaska in your wolf country travel with a battery operated hairdryer, it'll scare a whole pack of even though pride. We'll take off whatever they are, the what is a fucking pack. It's a pack. Yeah. Kill you. Adam. Sometimes when I'm dry, my hair, I get hot. So then I get a fan. I have that. Time kill a what you ladies hate electric, meter smoking outside. As the white flag houses dark at that point. So it's like a prison when they're electrocuting somebody I was in my room skipping. My rope as I'm apt to do before I come in here, and I was done skipping. My rope, and I walked into the kids room, and there was an Italian now sonny's downstairs with his Legos, you know, building a spaceship and snapping things together and sun and Talia standing in front of the full length mirror in her bikini, brushing, her hair, just brushing it. And I said I I try to I try to feel like. Diane. We are something from parenthood where I just wanna go deep. I know. Oh, honey. You don't have to do this. I tomorrow the blimp that like I'm like. You don't have to spend all this time. Standing looking at yourself. And also this canyon. It's not good for the future. When it comes like, I know there's that part where it's like we wanna be pilots to be engineers. You can't. If you spend this many hours in front of the mirror. It's just you can't get the training and the schooling. And the whatever it keeps going this direction Italians going to end up dating Keanu Reeves whose arrest car driver. That's right, shaving their heads. That's right and get pregnant. So has Diane waste Honey, sweetie. No, no. We have the same haircut. No, no, sweetie. You don't have to do that. And. Took my big clamp on airings off. And I should sweet KOMO you. You don't have to your beautiful, and you don't have to spend. You don't have to stand in front of the mirror, and she says I have to daddy making video and said, oh sweet sweet sweet Natalia now. And she said, I'm making a riana video. I'm doing diamonds in the sky. And and I was like. Dr. Cutting this video as we speak. His filming it. There's a new app. Called daddy's little whore. I don't know what it's called. It's it's an app that you put on your thing, and you can make videos, and you can ask. Sorry pitcher mean Diane ways. But there's all you can make all kinds of video. It does a fax and stuff. I mean, the kind of stuff you would need a control room to do in the eighties is now on the ipad. And they're all making videos, and now they wanna post it on YouTube. And it's like do you really want? That's forever. Do you want shit posted on YouTube of you? I mean, you're not doing it. You know, it's not you in rage in Cancun. I wonder how forever it is though only because everything's going so fast now and you be completely obsolete by the time. She's eighteen no, it's forever in the sense that. It will probably be nothing. But if you decide to run for Senator it will come back, right? If you decide if someone wants to find it they would be able to whatever the situation is if you get if you do run for Senator if you do if you if you're seeking employment at whatever place, and there's a security check or something or even if just you become a comedian. And you say something stupid and somebody wants to go find stupid shit on you embarrass you or doctorate or whatever it. Here's a mind bender. Then at a certain point will there be embarrassing footage or something of all of us is anyone able to run for president squeaky, Clara, whatever you wanna know. There were already there. All right. We're back. And so this is kind of the origin of the Dianne Wiest clip from paranoid. Hi, Gary, and Brian really depold remarkable. And from here kind of segues and transitions and becomes a clip drop associated with Gary. So there's kind of three episodes that Mark that we played too soon. We'll play third one where shirk Gary truly classic drop. Every time we go to live shows. You'll always hear people young. Hi, Gary as far as drops, go associated with you. When you could be like, saying something stupid or flooding or maybe something you did in the back of plane or semi truck. Not so bad of drop. Awesome. Peres awesome. Pretty good the wonderful greeting. And as we said, a classic drop. This next clip is also an all time. Moment, we do every time Kevin Neal and comes on this. This particular clip is from two thousand twelve and we talk about Billy the elephant Adam Corolla show, nine seventy featuring Kevin Neal and Brian Bishop. This is the first time Kevin has addressed the Billy elephant controversy on to gang cut this down. It's Adam setting up the clip with Kevin Kevin joining them in studio Adam having a really good time at Kevin's expense. This is probably the funniest Billy elephant recap in the show's history because enjoy it. Adams guests today. Kevin nealon. Plus Alison Rosen on news and volved Ryan on sound effects. And now, he's not anti sue. But it is anti inadequate. Sue, Adam Corolla? Yeah. Get it on got to get it on the George to get it on. Oh, yeah mandate. Yeah. Neil anti zoo. Right. We'll play Neil. And talking about bubbles e elephant at some point because it's comedy gold. Yeah. Back with the Kevin Neal. And now, we're job. I'll tell you. My worst jiving year worse job. All construction is horrible was horrible. For me. I had a lot of bad jobs. I work for manpower. When I get out here. So I did everything from work for Carlson company to unloading furniture trucks, to shoveling dog guard dog crap off a muffler sounds like that gas court service was the worst place were that was the worst guy. Yeah. Yeah. Mino-? We're a lot. It's probably in San Diego. When I got here. I was a department store Santa Claus ever tell you about this. Santa closer to months. I moved out there were buddy tall. And then. Yeah. And we both worked as department store Santa clauses. I worked at Sears. And he worked somewhere else. And it was my first time away from home for Christmas and I'm walking through. And I grew up in Connecticut. So it was cold there. I'm walking through the parking lot. And it's like one hundred degrees. Santa cow bad Santa outfit on cotton beard and sitting in the chair and most of the kids came from Tijuana. So they were like, you know, didn't speak English. Right. And they sit on my lap. And they would just look at me when I did my thing. What would you like for Christmas? And you know, and and one girl she was so scared. She was so scared. She peed them lab. They have experienced with his uniform this costumes scotchgard the mall, and I know that's going to happen. Sure. So I'm sitting here comes the Corolla. I'm sitting in this cloud of urine. Not on bringing this urine odor. Lynn for you know, four weeks feel like that. Felt like I was sitting in a public restroom down in east LA that hasn't been cleaned and stop. Stop bus. Stop, sir. For like ten years. Yeah. Yeah. So anyway, that's good. But that miserable in a minute. Hang on. All right. So she leaves my buddy. And I go bar hopping couple nights before Christmas and he's dressed as Santa Claus. And I'm carrying the candy canes in the bag, and I get the cameras, so we're getting free everywhere. Right. And the last place we went to some girl picked him up to Santa Claus home. And then getting married and on the godfather now, the one of the kids and are still married thirty five years later. Wow. Yeah. That's a great story then let me finish fats. So we're going home. Yeah. I decided to wear his Seneca often to see if I can maybe meet somebody, right? I go into this bar and totally at the crap beat out of me really by some Jews. Biker outlawed Jews San Diego. Not only angels. Okay. But that was not the worst job jobs. But that's interesting that for more spot gase. Yeah. Yeah. So. That's all right. I'm trying to think who you look like right now. We're great story. I should I got a good story that kneeling told I got Neilan. Would we do Photoshop Photoshop? I want a I want I want that elephants story. I'm once you in front of the city council talking to them about. It was just it's my favorite Hispanics, right friend on a good public speaker. I really I'm not. Now, the reasons funny is an we've talked about before done the same thing where people want you just go up there and literally just talk for seven. They'll say followed like four or five really like passionate speakers right from share right to the guy from the was on that show with Bill Cosby, Malcolm Jamal Warner now know the spy spy one Robert call. Yeah. Robert Culp before I wanna get fucking credit for those two polls with Elvin. You know, so they were really passionate and they didn't want to get off the podium. I I really after that. I really couldn't really add anything, but you had one minute to speak, and I use that maybe forty seconds, right? And you go I do I do I do an hour of comedy on stage. Every night. I do an hour and a half one minute. What's one minute of a free L when the other people were up there being passionate that there's no alcohol. This was no way I could get up there. And you know, turn this place upside down, this this is Neilan and Neilan again, just one minute. I've had it happen where someone goes look, you just gotta do six minutes of comedy or seven minutes of comedy. And I went okay, just hit me with the flashlight five minutes, and I'm running out of shit to say and going where? You have something to say about everything if somebody ever gotten a fight we say, what do you say about this? You would say you would say something about something. Here's Neil in at the and promise never played this never played again. While you're here at the Los Angeles city council, anti inadequate sue. And I just want what's best for Billy the elephant. And not what's best for the zoo. And it's. I I feel that you know, if an elephant has a choice to go to a a habitat or a sanctuary like the one down in Tennessee. I'm sure that they would take that in one second from the history that we understand about the LA county zoos. It's not a great place for elephants. You look at all the elephants died there since nineteen seventy five and it's not good. So I'm I'm in favor of moving Billy out of the zoo as I think everybody should be and I'm sorry misguided with the. For the plans for the seconds left. That was forty five seconds solid. You to an hour on stage every night had about not about element. It's not about. Yeah. I'll never I'll never rhinos never again. All right. Shall we? Do some shall we do some news? Yeah. I feel like we should do a little news. Let me give a little love to one of our fine sponsors. Now what they do is. They do these online courses they have videos, professionally made the had one might have one about addressing the city council about elephants. That's what you call a deep cut in the tutorial online video department. But who knows they have over eighty thousand videos, one of them could be about addressing a group about Billy the elephant probably probably wouldn't use Billy probably just be an I mean. I probably sit sit too much more of a what not to do. That's right. It's a cautionary tale. Hey, we're back Chris GIO here. With more Grohl a classic clerks read studio with for that last. Kevin neal. I absolutely was they're they're very few clips that make atom laugh as hard and as consistently as ability elephant clip. Probably the deacon Jones had slept clip is right up there too. But every time atom watches it. It's as if it's the first time he's seen it. It's fun to just watch Adams face because he's truly so happy to watch Kevin Neal. And there's a level of laughing Adam gets that can lead. This is cackle. Yeah. Exactly. Like an evil. Witches cackle is the most alight full sound. I've ever heard is hilarious, and you really can tell joy himself. And you only heard it like back in the day on classic love line when he's farting drew studio or something super couples happening on the morning show with Theresa crying trying around the studio, it's a it's a very specific level of enjoying himself. I actually heard him this week when he's listening to listen podcast. And we posted the clip on Twitter. Ed, it's a really satisfying sound hearing him laugh that honestly. You lose lose. All right. Let's let's keep the clips role and just reminder if you're hearing this show on the Adam Corolla show feed we do another episode every Sunday on the Corolla classics of please wherever you're listening to the show, go and subscribe to Corolla classics, and we'll be releasing a show tomorrow. All right. This next clip a live show from Chicago GIO. You're actually there for this. This is cool show twelve fifty two. I was indeed present Mike Lawrence Rosen and Brian Bishop. They were essentially having a live show at the park. West adamant tons of stand up shows I've been there for every single one usually sell emerged or doing something else hanging out with the pool. Staff and Mike Lawrence had other show across town. But he wanted to be a part of the show. This is the second appearance on the rule show. He ran across town to make this took off mid episode go make other program he had to be part of any proves to be really fun guest. And this portion at just sharing his struggle with his bow schedule while he's on the road. And how things have been the thrown off track. And it's just a very interesting series of events that start with that. Thank you so much for joining us tonight. Mike Lawrence is with us. I am also I think this is going to be near and dear to your your rectal area. So so listen good. We've gotten into this before but trying to trying to see if this rings true with everybody yesterday. I left my house at six AM for Detroit. So that we could do a mangrove signing and then do a show in Detroit. As of said, many times, my Bals are sort of on a clock as they should be as they should be because otherwise it's helter shitter skelter down there right bowels or more organized than Detroit is right now. There's a system in place things are working out. Yes. Detroit fouls declared bankruptcy, you're in bad shape. What goes in comes out? America's bowels still in office. Everything's going on. It was Detroit was a little depressing because I realized every time every you can you can tell a lot about a town by the billboards like if you pass a lot of ones for jewelry an outlet stores, you're probably doing okay. If you pass a lot of ones for magicians, you're still probably five there's a party going on. You're going to get there at some point. You're really the one percent can afford. That means wherever you get to. There's going to be a lot of shrimp either way. It's going to be a good time. If there's a guy wearing a lot of tanning cream and shirts down. But in Detroit, you pass a lot of billboards that say. Harass that works sexually a lot of lot of heavyset guys in suits going. I'll fight for you and pointing straight at the camera. Larry Parker country a lot of your boss. Try to take a machete to you a fight for you where you felt up at work at boss drop at digit on you all fight for you. There's an old man is like things haven't been the same since the obvious closed down. I'll fight for your him. Right. And every billboard is pretty much like don't feel like getting off the sofa. Don't worry about it. I will fight for you. And then I realized the only thing worse really than all the attorneys saying I'm going to fight for you. Because I don't know you slipped. You're out of a gig. Whatever it is are the ones I saw when I was working out in Inglewood, California. The garden spot of Los Angeles kind of Detroit Troy west. Worse then I'll fight for you is the picture of the dentist saying all replace your tooth for twenty nine dollars. I'll fight for your too. You know realize the I will I didn't know you could do it that way like oh twenty nine I need nine teeth. What's gonna set me back under three hundred bucks that bad like literally, it's thirty bucks a tooth? And I'll get you a new to what's worse that or cash for your gold will buy your jewelry. To I think she alternate. I think Detroit has signs like for abortions for gold. That's where that's it is right. I'll. Fetus, and then sell it. Well, harvest it's organs, and then we'll sell it on the open market soon too soon. Right. A lot of a lot of super depressing billboards, but I'm still arguing nothing more depressing than the I'll get you a tooth for twenty nine dollars. Thing we talk about their certain things that you just don't want to pay very little for sushi. You don't want sushi Chidi. I'll lurch on my mouth. I know that sounded wildly homoerotic. Sorry, I'll splurge on mouth. I willing to splurge on someone's mad just get stuck in the beard. When my kids get old enough, I will splurge on their mouth. Bowel towns have been shut down because of sushi group on the fucking but back to my Bals enough with this splurge talk. So yesterday in Los Angeles, and I got up at six and was on the road at six thirty. Unfortunately, I have thrown my Bals off because the bowel here is the the bio bowel rhythm for me is get up around eight thirty drink three cups of coffee have a box of music's. And then at some point at like nine fifteen hit the commode. But now, it's six AM. I'm getting ready to go to Detroit. And here's the schedule. The schedule is drive to the airport can't shit on the way to the airport. These are all the possible places. One could shit arrive at the airport. The white curb is for loading and unloading. There's no Brown curb. No, no offloading. Sophie's choice of do you go to the bathroom before or after security or neither? Well, here's the here's the problem. You folks may be able to pull it off. I get the, hey man show when I'm coming into the bathroom. The iphone over the stall. With the TMZ botched circumcision, you know. It's a headline guy leans over from the urinal five right now. The same stoves. Things are coming up. But not only that they're like, hey, man show. This guy's refined. He would never take shape. It's just it's just a position. That's right. That's right, ruin your image. So I don't want to I don't want to shit. I don't wanna shit on the way I can't shit at the airport. I'm not shitting on the plane just because I've made a pact with my other human beings on this planet. Unwritten unspoken pack not to shit up seven thirty sevens. Shit was falling out of the plane on the people that would be the most awesome thing. Yeah. It would be great there'd be a couple of superstitious natives would land on Jain iron bird has shit up on our village. Take out my windshield. But knowing that there's like a youth pastor and all of his kids, and they're like looking up above and then the shit just face saying. Yeah. Oh, that's good. Luck. Aside from the gods are there'd be just one guy walking around going. I don't know we've been dating for three years should I marry her. She the right one. I just need a sign just a sign. So I'm not gonna shit up the plane, then when we landed in Detroit like like we did here in Chicago had to high tail it over to the liquor store to do the main reassigning cannot Chit in the liquor barn because everyone's been hating all my ass was fucking arms. Folded foot tapping the whole time. It's just not you know, there there were. No, there are no there were not enough. Hemorrhoids pillows the offense the naval base hospital to make amends for what my asshole was going through at that point lassos piss, and then we had to drive straight from the liquor store to the casino to do the show. So my asshole it was really it was a fifteen hour odyssey grow. But have you guys gotten to this deal where you get up three hours earlier than you normally would get up, and you, you know, most of the time you're going somewhere, you can find something. But I realize it was six thirty six fifteen the morning. I was pounding coughing on come on come on. And the ass cannot be rushed. Oh, no. The whole thing is it's weird. But it's it's like, my I know it's been said a million times, my anus is stubborn as a donkey fucking mule ask. Yes. An ass. Yeah. Thank you. Like, I feel like an old time. Minor just pulling on it. Come on you. In your butthole through this whole thing being like Popeye an old cartoon going. I can't stand. No more just needing Aspen. I should open Rourke from the wrestler. This need a chance to me. So I tried to reason with it like, you don't get it. I'm not going into the shop. We're not gonna have an opportunity ninety minutes from now to shit up some place this we're literally going to. I mean LA we will not shit and till we get to Detroit. How about that? It's really shitty. Get off the pot. It really is. And my ass would have none of it. And then I was sitting in Detroit shitting up my dressing room at the casino, though, thinking what is kind of a wonderful time. We're living in isn't it? I mean, how did you get to that point? Well. I was trying to give me lemons Dookie aid. Horrible rap neck. Shitting in a casino is like like some circle of life type shit. It is like that. That's that sacred native American ground and you're giving back to the earth. That is now giving to you. That's shit right there powerful. Yeah. Yeah. They should have dream catchers that are far catchers like scented dream catchers, pine sentece. So you could get some good Mo-jo while you're shitting up a bathroom. You know, what I mean just spinning around? This is Adam is name shits like rivers. Or shits like rabbits. They're like me when I travel. Oh, yeah. I was. He's diarrhea howls like the angry wolf. I the moment of clarity. I had is that you know. I was you couldn't say that about almost any other time in history you were in Los Angeles wanting to shit, you could not perform, but then you were in Detroit. Michigan shitting later that day. I'm surprised your shit. Didn't have a bunch of little stamps on it like a passport when Bugs Bunny would hit a home run. All my God. What if I said a horrible precedent for my anus like what if I go back to LA and it's Monday morning. I'm like all right here. We take shit. Well, we're not at a casino in Detroit. No why. Well, that's the way we roll for the makers of twelve years as the fifteen hours shit. That's right. How long can you hold it in long enough every every morning after hop a flight to a casino in Detroit just to shit. Yeah. A smart decision. Not going at the airport at LAX because you've said or either airport, but you've said that airport bathrooms are the worst of the worst. The worst of those is the pre screening the pre security bathroom because if you're in the airport terminal area, you're going because I got some time to kill kinda have to go. If you're going pre security, you have to go right or your offloading some heroin balloons, like you're like fuck a lost my nerve. I just got to flop sweat on me Keiko. Yeah. I don't care if the Mexican drug cartel comes after my fuck it sister, and I can't do this. So in else's go to Orlando. I'm not doing it dangerous either way. Yeah. Every every time I've had to shit in an airport bathroom, there's always a father teaching his young son to shit. And then I get said because my dad never did that for me. I'm just sitting there like, I'm so alone. There's still time there still time come on sport. Just do it. I believe in you. He's on that folding table with the koala on it. I don't know why we all know if I- quality union must be we being associated with shit that way to me. But if Lucking something really shits like a moose or something on their, you know, hippo floppy, and I'm something really associates with shit's not like you see a koala guy. Yeah. Shitting? Old beaten down Canadian moose. I'm sorry about that. I had a good. I had thought about shit earlier that I wasn't sure to share not for fear that it would disgust people. But we're there now would be the time this might cross the line, and it was a real piffling about human feces, which is you only ever see it in water and to see out of water such as sometimes you encounter that on an airplane, a breach. It is. Yeah, it's very unnatural. It is stir Bing it is. And see the parent naked or something's couple defecating agree. That is where you're going, right. A couple of things I'm sad to tell you. I've seen shit out of water many many times. Your I've seen it raise hand. I like the worst Marco Polo game ever shit out of water. Yes, I have seen it and my buddy raise hand in the halls of north Hollywood high during school hours coming at me with loaded and later on found it in my own ear. So I have seen it out of its natural allies. I think I think once you're a parent you probably get sodas sensitized shit. It's like seeing people die in Vietnam. I remember when that meant something, that's my wife. Don't make don't make friends with these kids. They're just gonna shit same. Damn. Nobody's over there. Every man for the walls, don't clean themselves. That's right worse. Worse than seeing shit out of water is seeing shit in water that isn't toilet water. Bowls pools. Yeah. Drinking glasses. Yeah. Even the ocean where it's final destination is the ocean. But it does go through some processing before it makes it there want to the beach with Ray before and seeing that that more frightening than enjoys when he saw the air pop up night next to the thing seeing race to pop up next to me out in the surf. But this did give me a good idea, which is all major airports before security should have the bathroom with the one stall just dedicated to the drug meals that basically says no questions asked. It's just you went unload here do now you can do it walk away. You know what I mean? Well, they have the amnesty bins have the misty stalls. That's right. That's what I'm saying. If you have heroin up your ass or backyard fruit are trying to trying to get a fucking leg of ham or something like through. Just like it's just be a stall saying trying something stupid need privacy. And you just go in there and really do some soul-searching. You know, the guys looking at it like God, I really do love pineapple. But yeah, me walk out and like eighteen clowns walked in at the same time. What maybe this endangered reptile wouldn't be good between my ass. Cheeks. I tried to go through security, or whatever it is. I love Mike Lawrence. Love the live show. There's such a good energy hearing the laughter along with it. And Adam amps it up to little more. Every time there's an audience park west is a special venue, especially that that era of shows at the park west staff running things that kept a really loose. And they were super fun fund shows. The stand up shows are some of the most amazing things I've ever seen Adam do and the podcast episodes are very close quality. All right. Keep the clips going here this one ACS number sixty nine very appropriately. Featuring dinos Damato bliss. This is from may of two thousand nine Dino was a huge fan of the show morning show. You may not know starburst on community. He also created moral oral couple of adults when things that are amazing. He was worked on early Conan O'Brien. He's basically been a part of any major comedy room for anything overeaters mister show. Credits. He came on just to talk to Adam about how much he loves the show one of the early guests and Adam segues into Conan O'Brien and Conan's banning him of the late night with Cobra Brian show, what happened with that. Dino, actually, gives a very strong case for what probably went down and who from thousand nine. It's. Welcome to the podcast. Our guests, Dino stem atop Alous. I didn't look that up that I know and you didn't before to around Dino is. I'm I would call him. He's in front of the camera. He's behind the camera. He's behind the microphone he stunt work on late night with Conan O'Brien, TV funhouse, one of my favorite productions mister show. Of course. Now, when you say TV fun house, do you mean, the Saturday Night Live or do you mean the one with the the fucked up animals I liked them both? Yeah. Well, no, they're. Yeah. They're both great. But no one knows the other one the one that was uncommon. I worked. Yeah. There's a comedy central crazy animals. Yeah. Yeah. No. I I used to watch that. I think I think it was really good. But you didn't work on the L one. Now, I did Michael Jackson's voice on there. Because Robert thought he has weird Ravitz, right? He has weird ideas about voices. Like he thought I could do Michael Jackson. I talk like this. But I think anyone can you know, and lay it was insane working with him because he would do all the dogs voices. And we'd be. Up till like four in the morning and the booth and he'd say, so I'm doing to voices. Which should be fogy. This or this. I don't know man, you're on your own. I had a weird realization dealing with Jay Leno semi recently and talking about Jay Leno when he's not in the room. And I feel like everyone has this. But you tell me if you agree with this or not I can talk about. Richard Nixon without doing Richard Nixon's voice. And I can talk about Yul Brenner without doing you'll Brennan's voice. But nobody can talk about Leno without doing leno's voice. And I do know voices, and I have no range in no ability whatsoever. But when I'm saying to my agent so Leno calls Leno says maybe combine I do have a theory about this. I do it everyone dight, I had a theory instantly. Once you ask police, I think he's doing a voice, and that's why we have to do. Right. I think he's he thinks. Need a character of some kind? Well, I'm comedian. Maybe that's it. But still why does it beckon us to do his voice? I mean, let's just he's he's he's a cartoon was calling to my if I also it's like Yogi bear, so Yogi bear called me what a picnic basket have to do it. Well, you know Leno off Cameron. He liked that off camera is king is fuck it. Fuck it. I wish you sound. Like James Earl Jones off camera, but he doesn't. The thing that's weird couple things. So like if I was talking to anyone about Craig Ferguson, I wouldn't be doing Craig Ferguson's voice or Jimmy Kimmel's voice or Conan O'Brien's voice or Johnny Carson voice or any of the people that came Jack pars voice. I wouldn't do any but Leno, and I noticed people do it to me. There's nobody who can talk about Leno who doesn't do leno's voice. And it's strange. I mean, he is doing think might be a nice guy. But I think he irritates people a little does one day. I think that's why they do it one day. I'm going to put together a list of people. We should hate more. Right. And then people who we hate a little too much for no good reason. I would kill to be on either of those. You know, the guy even in your click. There's the guy who irritates all the other friends and your click, and he never did anything like he shows up at the poker party. And he's got Miller lite and everyone's pissed off Miller lite what the fuck. And then at some point if the guy brought a six pack to you're always guy or a tape. I'm always the one who defends that guy. You know? And they're like come on. He's an asshole. And I'm like come on. He's he's a retard. I and then I go from feeling sorry for him to hating him. Eventually got and say this about Leno. I would love to hate Leno as much as everyone else loves to hate Leno Leno is been a nothing, but nice to me, and he loves cars, and you love, and we love cars, and then be when I protest him about this charity that my wife had about four months ago. I said Jay if you could take a minute and look at this little. And he did the if it helps them in never a never said another word about it. That was just I'll take something. I hate about Leno and it has nothing to do with. Whether he's a good guy or bad guy. He only uses his standup money. Him leave it. I know. He told me he I mean, it sounds like it sounds like so much Hollywood urban lower. But it's true. And I'm not, you know, Leno, and you guys should know that the leno's and the Letterman's of the world, they're not making seven or eight million dollars a year. They're into the twenty s and low thirties when it comes to their salaries give me one hundred right now, he told me in the flesh three days ago, only uses his gig money for all the cars all the dues and Berg's all the warehouses all the everything and is never an eighteen years cash. One of those checks now he didn't start out into the twenties per year, but we are talking about hundreds of millions of dollars. No. And no, it's the second. Okay. What is he going to do with it? You were laughing yesterday that he could bankrupt NBC just cashed if he just hammered the checks in. One day. We took them all down to one of those Mexican check casual and cashew. I mean, he says he does I know. But once in a while, you get some weird like NFL athlete who goes like six months, like Manny Ramirez or something or big Papi or one of these guys from the Dominican Republic who literally gets check for like two two point seven million dollars a week from the Boston Red Sox and nine weeks goes by they don't cash I wasn't Coenen because I didn't have a kid or a wife, and you know, I would get you know, whatever for grand a week. And I and you don't you work on Conan you work till two in the morning. So you don't go out and spend it, right? So I didn't need money. And then you just hammered them all in like one day. And can I ask you this about Conan because I have issues with Conan good Conan. I don't know if you've heard, but he's coming to each coming lie. I heard I haven't saw spot or two deep cable. I had an I had an issue with cone in which is I did Conan show. And I felt like I got a little bit blackballed from from the show, and I felt like Conan kind of hung me out to dry a little bit. And I'm not I'm not sure how Conan or Letterman work. But I haven't done cone in in eight or nine years and think it's because of my last appearance maybe across the line a little bit what habit racy, I wonder though. I I I don't know either. I was all the stuff you do your pre interview. It's all the stuff you rank smiley discuss you're gonna talk about this stuff. This stuff you green advance to talk about I talked about it the audience kinda grown too little on a few of them. I called a woman lesbian who was like out in the audience Coenen sort of literally roll this chair back from me a little bit. Like, hey, I'm not with him, which he does sometimes and it was. Fun. It was like a little I think it would describe it is mixing it up a little bit rockets. Didn't get beat out look and ins, a repressed Catholic is that what it I think? That's what it is. You know, he's a scaredy cat. You know, I was sort of doing the late night mix it up, you know, bring bringing believe me. I'm sure he doesn't hate. You hate them sell for hading. What you did? You know? He's a nice guy. He's just a scaredy cat. He really is. And you know, I don't know what's going to happen with the tonight show. But I think he's really, you know, I mean, I don't know. I haven't talked to any of those guys. But I believe that he's probably gonna try and change his late night show to more tonight show, which you know, maybe I don't have my finger on the pulse of the more more mainstream. Yeah. You know? Well, I love her. I thought he show was to mainstream. I'm insane. But but here's here's the reality. Dino that artists like ourselves are living. You know, we're out here in Los Angeles. It's the second biggest market in the United States. And I just left the radio and my radio station went from talk to lady Gaga, Justin Timberlake, and the numbers or through the roof. I thought it was Mexican. But now that that's the other independent states. I'm sure the numbers are through the roof and. The reality is I don't know how big an audience there is for unique voices. You're right. I said, I don't have my finger on the pulse of America. And the thing is is you go look, I wanna do something that's not traditional. I don't wanna wear suit and time stand up and do a monologue. I wanna go behind the desk, and I to I don't wanna wear time this and that in four weeks later, you're cancel we'll look when when my kid was born and reality rushed in and we would have a few seconds of the kids sucking on my wife's kit. I turn we just turn on friends and I loved it. And you're like you like thank God, I need to escape and you need to go a little mainstream and get a paycheck. Yeah. Well, no, I just I just watched friends I realize once you know, I I I got out of the idea that my. Life is. Is going to be too insane. Because I have a child once I got into the idea that all right? I could still be the same guy. I hated friends. No. But I really wanted to scape- I wanted to come home and go I for the first time. I was I don't wanna think right. Thus will watch friends. Yeah. Leno or what happened? Yeah. Thing at that point. I understood what was going on. But I think it's sweeping the nation. I mean for the crisis AAC, we're not living in Kentucky or I awoke. This is Los Angeles and hard. I know there's not room for one station that plays Elvis Costello and all of Los Angeles. Right. There's no station for Maddock -ly that can play Oliver's army on it at any given time. Now every few years, we attempt to do it. But it gets shoved down in replaced by ranchera music. Ludo TV the leading free streaming television service watch over one hundred channels and thousands of movies on demand completely free. Pluto TV never asked for credit card. You don't even need to sign up to watch for free political is easy. It's completely legal. And it's the best way to watch your favorite TV shows and hit movies for free in never pay for TV again by downloading Pluto, TV not sure what you're waiting for. You can be rolling in a matter of moments. Download Pluto TV for free on all your favorite devices. Do it today including your phone and Roku Amazon fire TV apple TV smart, TV's PlayStations and anywhere else. You stream and also don't forget about my channel chassis HA S Y chassis channel number five. Oh one. It is the best. It is pollu- TV. And we're back Kristen GIO here with some more Corolla classic clips for you this next one GIO. I have a really hard time buying Adam Corolla gift. Whether it's for Christmas for his birthday. It has to be a little more thoughtful has weird. I know the guy has a lot of stuff. Yeah. So much that he actually gives me things every day because he gets sent not that particular of a guy. I know it's not that. It's just I want to get him something that he doesn't have. And everybody's always giving stuff. So it's hard. You could give it a racing suit. And then charge fifteen dollars a week. What? Friend of mine Kaga shows he offered Adam a racing suit. And then you've got forum Senate to them, and then he gave him a twelve hundred dollar Bill. Oh, geez. It's it's funny guy. Appreciate me mentioning Tommy John racing suit. Ooh, I like to do. Here's an idea old here. Tommy, John and also hear about gift buying because Adam has trouble finding a gift for Howie Mandel in this. This is from Adam Corolla show seventeen twelve Paul mckerrow Gina grand, Brian Bishop this before Paul joins them in studio. It's from November twenty fifteen Adam goes over his gift buying experience for how we MAC it's on Mike punisher, and he explains how they eventually figured well what they were going to do. It's really fun short period of that show history. That a lot of fans enjoyed. All right. Sherri, mandell? Here. Just tell me. Got a got his got his birthday party coming up tonight. All right. You guys tell me what you think of this. What is a good gift for Howie Mandel pure L, by the way. The people keep tweeting me articles about her paralysis bad for you could ever seen this. Could've ever who? It's impossible Damase. If he was alive today would have gotten to Parral who could have over who could have seen the fact that overuse of this shit would be bad picture. Nobody nobody. Nobody. To think about what you would get for how Mandel, and here's why I've said many times, listen brought to you either have to drink or you have to have a team because unless you drink or have a team as an adult who knows you sort of peripheral way, I'm out you're rich, and you don't drink because only thing you can do for rich guys giving nice bottle of sky because he'll get to it eventually or he'll he'll play something. It's easy. Get the Johnnie Walker blue label or whatever comes in a nice thing done done. Nice bottle of champagne done done or you have a team which case we get you something team related, but if you don't got a team, and you. And you. Nothing to do, and you rich that's the other thing because all for the poor France. It's fifty dollar gift certificate outback steakhouse. Fucking happy clam. There's done rich meets no booze meets not and especially hard. If you're not like super best friends because you can't even just get him a little picture. You guys hugging? Sentimental, usually. Get howie. Well. I said. Funny. I was on the phone with Matt when it was in the next room getting ready to go to Druze. And I said, I gotta get. Howie Mandel something I can't show up at the party with something. And then I said. Got it. Because I went through all the I've seen it over Jimmy's place. It can't give the gift certificate. You'll open a drawer, and they'll be eighteen thousand dollars worth of gift certificates in one drawer of the desk. That's how you know. You've arrived one of those things where you just get the twenty bucks at the coffee bean and tea leaf two hundred bucks spa, and this place at Burke Williams in that place over any just L end up in your drawer, and you don't even touch him. There should be a sort of EBay meets. I don't know Craigslist meets whatever we hammer all these things where we get Richie rich. And he just goes, look, I'm never going to Burke Williams in Pasadena. I got two hundred bucks. We'll give you a buck twenty four give it to us. Oh, yeah. I always I envisioned a gift card exchange program where you get something. You never got olive garden, Burke Williams, I never trait. I'll take that. I valued have to be. I said. All right, man. I think I got I think I got this one. I remember doing our show down Thousand Oaks. And remember when he showed up he showed up at the beginning of our show came back to the green room had the funny popcorn exchange with him. I said he and his wife just ate at a barbecue joint in that strip mall that big mall. Whatever it is. I said find that barbecue join 'cause that's obviously it was just him and his wife and a couple they went out on a Friday night dinner. So obviously he lives nearby, and that's a place. They frequent get hold of that place. Give a two hundred and fifty dollar gift certificates to that place. Then I hear Lynette with the half a conversation. Chime in you're not gonna get Howie Mandel a gift certificate then. I do what I always do. All right. Give me your great idea for how Mandel gifting we shall get Howie Mandel that then there's a three Mississippi. Silence. Well, obviously. I'm not going to come up with it. Now, I need some lead time, then there's this conversation. It's a gift certificate, but it's to the barbecue place. Remember, we're. Yeah. We did the show. All right. It's tough to across the house angry up angry thing where he got up on stage. He was drunk. Yeah. Member you know, where he was before that. No this barbecue play. All right. Sorry. Matt manner you on it? So she signed off on the phone. I thought it was pretty good. We'll get them that that's a place. He'll us. We all know if there's a restaurant nearby. I did this. I couldn't remember the name of the restaurant near our house. It's like if someone got you a gift certificate to soup or lush, you're now or whatever that, you know, the place you we walked to once with Vince Vaughn. That's like that for you. Yeah. So worked out I think we're gonna work. But here's the thing. That's funny. I was driving in today. And I was talking to Matt I said, Matt. Everything we got we got our cert for how 'cause I gotta show up at his I'm showing up at his party tonight. And he said, yeah, you wanted to get one for two fifty. And I said, yeah, they only they don't do fifty dollar increments. It's like first off. What are the fuck? Not like what they should do it for two thirty nine eighty one. Because that's just the amount you spend. Here's the deal. We can all go there and eat and the Bill could come to two thirty nine eighty one. What do you do round up to three hundred? Are we go down to two or just fucking pay? What it is. Yeah. Pretty arbitrary. And by the way, fifty dollars at a barbecue joint as a pretty good increment to fifty three like, even if you just kept it at fifty dollars. They don't do fifty dollar increments. And then I did something. I'm not proud of. Okay. I said, well, let's roll it up to three and then I pause, and I said, you know, go down to three symbol. I size the place up. He'll he'll get a good meal for two hundred bucks barbecue nuts joined two hundred bucks. What what they have a fifty dollar? They do actually I have a couple update. Update number one for every fifty dollars that you spend you get an extra ten dollar gift card, so total. We're going to be getting forty bucks extra. Joe your to ninety update. Number two. This one is a little more unfortunate. They do not send an Email voucher. They will only send the physical gift cards. So those are going to be in the mail, and I just went on Photoshop and made like a cer- tin. We typically it looks like Matt's going out, Gordon, very favorite hometown restaurants from that. Okay. So you know, what I'm talking about good? All right. Thank you very much, man. I thought that's a good Howie Mandel gift in it should work because that's that's his place. Well and good on you for rack in your brain to find a memory that you could tie something to she said rack. Rib rack. For how he like a candid shot from rode hard. And you frame it up really nice and put a little plaque on it and said, you know, something like my movie sucked without you. Today. The and that's a calorie burner. I do I'm looking for calorie. Add or like barbecue sauce. All right. There you go. That's what you get Howie Mandel GIO Photoshop him fake gift certificate. There's more to it than that. But yes that is part of it. That'd be official earliest look like it's official now another clip here for much twelve we do in this one bothers me because do not a lot of people know that I Chris locks mono-, heavy nickname on the grill show. I also am maxa patta. Now, the reason I say not a lot of people because people think that there is a guy who works on the show and his name is max is a Pat. It's better way better than what is what I'm named. After one Intuit is better. Because usually when atom says max paddock it's followed by something. I've done wrong or that. He's upset about me for. So I'm gonna fire this max. Yeah. Keep that. Chris guy is kind of cool. Yeah. Dr drew was one of those people. But he actually thought it was max, Pat, which is the most Celtic whatever it's still the best and it was my name in. I think both of their phones still is Adam whatever I have. I haven't parentheses after your name. Thank that's only case ever get head injury. Or something happens. I can't remember who you are. All right. But this one is a nother name that Adam had trouble with growing many many year girl show, eight thirty eight featuring Pia Zadora David wild Alison Rosen and Brian Bishop. This one's from June twenty twelve adamant love line. He always thought her name was P Zadora the way he pronounces. It. Sounds like p is a door of saying that. But we always thought it was pronounced. So we finally is going to get down to brass tacks. And asked Pia has anybody ever mistaken and said her name that way, or where did you get this was this on advertisements or just how people referred to her? And he predicts that she's had a very disappointing response. And it goes a little something like this. Now, by the way, I this drives me insane. But Pia Zadora. I know. Her name was always p as door. That's how they would say. There should go the door. They never said Pia Zadora here. Let me tell you how my life works. I know I've known peeling. P p is a name. Everybody should not when I talked to her. It's going to be wildly disappointing to me because I've had this happen a million and ten times in my life. She's out there. I don't think. So she looked she. No, I'm not talking about the physicality. She looks great. I saw I saw twenty minutes ago, but she could've age twenty minutes, twenty minutes. Tough. Twenty minutes are green rooms. She's been going to space or being a president dryer. Beautiful beautiful young. No, wait a minute. Turns you into an apple magnet trying to trying to get my plump prune thing work down, but grape Terezin. There you go. That's what you'll do. No. I'm going to ask because I swear on my entire childhood. She was called P as door, and I called her p is a door. I didn't know her name was Pia is the door. Like Steve Martin was never called s. Tis martin. He was called Steve Martin like there was a pause between the first and the last name, David wild, not de avid. Well, you know, what I'm saying more than you know. No. She was p is a door at damn Corolla. It was even worse. It'd be like a dim Pearl. So I'm going to ask her about that. And she's got no idea. What I'm talking about? You stop talking. That's going to drive insane. I feel like we should put money on this. I agree. She's going to have no idea you're talking about like one of the one of the craziest. I learned this early often I've been burned almost every time. But when Leif Garrett, that's right. Another guy who sings what he feels. I thought it was eighth Garrett. Oh, no Leif Garrett came on. I was watching like behind the music or something like that. And Leif Garrett early ones I think it was like behind him using the greatest behind the music of all then life is on top of the world, and he's got his buddies best but outside in the passenger seat, right or the car probably maybe going into that. But he's top of the world. He's he's got his buddy in the passenger seat there on a portion nine eleven. That get on the one oh one freeway. He's like Quayle. Lutes he goes off the side of the freeway, and the guy is in a wheelchair. And it a certain point the guy then goes into the hospital, obviously, and he Leith comes and visits him and like gives them a boom box or something and their best friends. But then at a certain point he suing Leif Garrett for eight million dollars. Because of course, when you're paralyzed in life GARRETT'S guys driving the car, and he's hind Quayle. Then you're going to see life, Gary. And each time they interviewed the guy nother building up to the big reunion where the guys in the wheelchair and he still has the boombox Leif gave him twenty years ago and all that kind of stuff. But each time they interview the guy who's in the wheelchair. All he says is I just want to know what happened man like I don't care about money. I don't care about the wheelchair. I don't care about not being being a paraplegic. I care about our relationship. I don't know what happened like I wanna talk too late. I one day. He's visiting me in the hospital and the next minute. I never see the guy again. And I just want an answer. That's all ever wanted was an answer. And I'm screaming at the TV set. You sued him. They're suing him on his council. Visit you legally can't go hang out with guys that are suing you. So he's going and he just keeps saying is Ernest possibly can check. I just want an answer. That's all I want. That's what minute he's in my hospital room, visiting me next minute. I never talked to the guy again and all I want. It wasn't answer. And I'm screaming who's your sue your suit? Anyway, life Garrett came in. It was I won't say he was a bad guest. But it was the only time we ever did an episode of love line on MTV where I interviewed the guest, and when we're done at the segment the producers came by and said, you wanna try that again. And here's how committed I am to my craft. I was like, Nah, I think we're good. What happened? Evidently, he was just on methadone or whatever or something worse or just flat lining. It completely threw the thing. And I was like life. I leave. Oh my God. I just saw this thing to nights ago, and I'm going out of my mind. I saw this. You know behind the moves and thing in the gyn day. Of course, he was suing you what anything. And I was like I mean, of course, how are you going to talk to me suing? Why don't you just tell them you're showing going? I was yelling at the TV set. And he's like which one is that I was like, oh, come on come on guided whole thing. And of course, he was like, I don't know. I seem like a retard because way too animated about it. And he was just hind didn't seem to give shit. Yes. I worked on all those behind the music a lot of them. And the thing that I loved about Leif Garrett end David Cassidy, they both said, I think at some point the record company wanted me to be a teen idol. But I wanted to make these mute somewhat Iraq's like Hendrix, right? It's always like question of like, okay. And the preceding forty years why those all those great foxy lady level songs that you had. Why didn't you get those out to the public that why don't you serve them up? You know, your houses of the holy later yet. And they quite got to that. Yes. I have the same question for vanilla ice. Like when they go like. Oh, no. That wasn't. That was vandalized. It was created by the label. This is the real vanilla the one one that looks like Fred Durst magically like who's got the tattoos, the one who looks like the whatever the version of one thousand nine hundred nine was now they told him to do three little lines and his eyebrow. A heat has four reveal rob van winkle. Does I love it? When people magically look like whatever's going on whatever period there in, but they have the fucking balls ago. This is the real me. Oh, so the one with the sleeve tattoos, and I see, but the way he looked exactly how he was supposed to look circa one thousand nine hundred circa two thousand eight right, exactly style ways like a tougher David silver from nine hundred eighty one. Oh, right, right. This is the real him except for Fred Durst. He's in the new Adam Sandler movie, which the only thing that can make the new Adam Sandler more appealing to me. Even. Even. Act. This is going to be awesome. Anyway, P is Dora. Good to see you. Good to meet you. Feel like grew up. Knowing you. And now, my first thing was I always thought your name was P is a door. Am I making that up? I have no idea what you're talking about. Watching. We should've money on. Knocked the window. Nobody should lucky. I'm very controlled tonight. He is a door swear to God. That's all I ever heard. P Zadora shouldn't be pause between your first name and your last name. I felt like it was almost one thing. I never it wasn't issue for me. My. Like if you buddy had to today your name was p. If your name did they don't ever expect one you'll never thousand no one in your whole life is everyone p next story. Now at them if they did I wouldn't have followed the direction. No. But all the motions in in France. It was has Daja Pia. So I don't like the name. I don't like the name. I like it. Do you even though I just learned it was PF? That's why you like it. So. All right. We're back and in that clip, they dress the door name confusion adamant on a riff about vanilla ice. And he's talking about there is specifically nineteen eight vanilla ice who came back with a new medal. Limp Iskit style sound album where he redid ice ice baby. He appeared on this thing called twenty-five loud on MTV, Jon Stewart Janine Garoppolo Chris Catan oddly enough and Dennis Leary to sit down and make fun of these old music videos and out of nowhere actually, called twenty-five lame as the first one twenty five loud was the second one atom cruel Jimmy Kimmel actually did twenty five lame made police videos, and then they had rob them we come in and to make fun of his own video. He went crazy with like a sledgehammer a bat. He was beating the crap mannequin with his old Alfred on it, and he was trying to destroy any shred of the early nineties image hat saying manufactured, and this was the real him. And he actually appeared on. Love line needed about two hours of that Adams talking about vanilla ice and his nineteen ninety eight rebirth. And how that was the true him. He's specifically talking about love white episode where he got up close and personal for two. In the mind of Adam Parola. Now, this next clip is a listener request. And I must remind anybody if you want to request a moment that you want to hear on the show Email us classics at Adam Corolla dot com or tweet us at Giovanni Giorgio at Chris locks on a find us wherever and social media. Let us know. You're listening to the show let podcast one. No you love in the show. But it's what you wanna hear. This one comes from Chris in Virginia. He writes GIO and max patta Adam spent some time or calling a conversation with sunny, obviously, not a real conversation where semi questions how he limp dick like Bryant drives a Jag and has a woman like Christie, Adam tries to get sunny to focus and move on putting out the Jags v six I'd love to hear this in the next girl. Classic keep up the great work. Chris GM? Jio girl show sixteen ninety eight featuring gene, Merman Gina grad, and Brian Bishop November twenty fifteen now the thing he wants happened during a live ary. So I've edited down to the portion of library that has great exchange, and then I've tacked on a new story from later in the show with you gene about a leaked list of KKK members from anonymous, and what celebrities might appear on that list, and they make very suggestions and Adams quite enthralled with Jean suggests. Something like this. Truecar users. Save an average of thirty two hundred and twenty one bucks MS RPM, Brian you brought the Jag in correct sunny when he got out of my car pointed at it went. Yeah. That's the one. That's the conical car house babes. He's seen the bond commercials. Oh, yeah. The bad guy drives a Jaguar XE seven pointed at it went. There you go who's cars that and I said that's bald Brian. He said that limp. Dick and afford. I said well. Well, he said snapped. Right. Back into good say that. Yeah. He knew a little he said that's all too much car for that. I said it's his wife's are and it's net. And then then he went. Who would marry that cockle that fag? And I know listen. Cuckold? He was a little bit of a sailor. And I sit his wife is she makes good money. She worked her. Her counts as Jaguars eighty why that's our only account. And I said it's got the V6. anyone. All right. Let's go in and we moved on. That's weird number one that he would say that number in the copy that they say that is that is Sonny. Great truecar. All right. We will bring Eugene. Okay. Well, after a tease earlier this week anonymous has made good on its promise. It has posted the names of more than one thousand alleged Klan members on something called Pastebin, the document isn't really very organized. I went through it earlier. It's just an alphabetical list of names with links to corroborating evidence. The hacker collective says it's been eleven months compiling list. The group says, quote, we hope operation KKK in part. Sparks bit of constructive. Dialogue about race, racism, racial, tear, and freedom of expression across group lines. You're going to devastate all those clan members, Jake. Yeah, you're names all over the internet the internet. Is this the because there was like a fake dumb? This is supposed to be the real dumb because you know, that there was like a fake one just a week or whatever it was just really recently. Right. Well, if you go on pace ban. I not I wasn't aware. If this one's fake because it is very thorough, and it has links be rough for the three or four guys that made the crossover from Ashley Madison to this. Like, Honey, more bad news thought, it was bad Nash talking to her through the door the very, right? Not to let me into the bedroom after this whole Ashley Madison thing. But I do know we have why fine. You have your computer with you? Now. I hope I know you're laying down you haven't gotten out of bed four months. There's more. You don't know everything about me as a matter of fact, not only do I have do. I love the ladies. But I hate that use the black folk that's maybe something, by the way, part of the reason attracted to you because you weren't Jewish Asian or gypsy. Good turn it back around over black. Yeah. So while you'll ever. Yeah. And by the way, you know, when I was stepping out with the whole Ashley Madison never did taste plucked that sweet blackberry never had helps that if that can cushion the blow at all speaking of blowing that was most of it was mostly oral. Are you still listening, Honey? I wonder if there's one guy who made the clan, and the Ashley crossover there has to be there's a thousand on this and thousands on Ashley Madison, I feel like you're dealing with Vero heterosexual dudes. Say left an ethical. To say who's moral compass little little sorry. And geographically both of them probably targeted the same part of the country because the Ashley Madison one the biggest dump of inches. Alabama though, really. Yeah. Well, then what's going to happen? Is somebody's going to get outed than somebody's boss is going to find out? Then somebody's boss is going to want to fire that God, you're already on probation. Then Iraq, the ACLU's gonna have to get involved that it's like we got to protect the rights of this clansmen to work half gainful employment and seek affairs online at work. We can't fire that guy from Pete's coffee. Also, are maybe can just get a gig over Chick-fil-A or something they should Chick-fil-A should be like anyone who's lost their job because they're in the KKK. We will hire you. We're homophobic China empire. Not Ashley Madison. No because their centers. Yeah. The boss should be like, I blame myself. I have seen this coming when you made employee of the month, and we gave you the closest parking space. And that's where you put your horse. That one's on me. Yeah. All right. Well, who man gotta get who would be our favorite celebrity in this on KKK, Nick Sabin. Yeah. We have to Gary anything Alabama head cokes. It would be great. I'm trying to think like you can go Donald Trump or something like that. But that's Lisa. No, no, not. I'm not. I'm not forget about realistic. And forget about anything. It's just that'd be like. Okay. Well, I already bring protested. Okay. You know what I mean? Like my Angela to be. Gary coleman. I'm going to limit. What it's my fault. I should give it a black folk and just say who that dude would be like Morrissey, Morsi accounting. Eugene apart in your first win gonna throw it Ken burns. But can't not not better. No story be nice. If Ken burns says on there, but more see what being lost gets fucking the ultimate clan. Get. Wow. Well, done them. See more cease on that list and find out if Paris ever customized a horse for him. But he sold at the mecum auction in the early two thousands. All right. Let's bring it home. You got it. I'm Gina grad. And that's the news fruit in the middle. Was the news with Gina grad. I'm not going to get my hopes up. But I'm just gonna quietly rub. My rosary, beads and hope that more sees evening. All right. Couple more clips for you guys. This next one is from two thousand fifteen Adam used to have a character that he did back then called coach platitude. He's still make some appearances on the show every once in a while. But tells about this clip to you. Cruel show seventeen o six featuring Joe Koi. Gina grad, and Brian Bishop from November of two thousand fifteen and this went actually is a listener request from Ben dossey. He's hey guys loving the classic show. Please play the clip of coach platitude when Jo Koy was on. And the guy calls him with his infant daughter in the background. Maybe from twenty fifteen gene on news for sure we got your Ben check it out. Great forty-three from Denver. Greg. There buddy. Good pay. I I'm gonna Sistan coach on a ten year old Hakim house wondering if coach platitude we gotta tournament coming up next weekend. I was gonna see coach platitude could help me out. Okay. Well, I don't know a lot about hockey, but I'll principle do try to try to try to do. Building youth. Have an intro maybe for coach platitude. That's what's what Gary tells me. It's time to break it down and get a hand in coach platitude is taken field. Guys. All right, gentlemen. Here's a term loosely. Kid around grind get stick in here. Come on now Grammy. Hey helmets chair. Let's go. Get that weird. Wet upside down heart spot on your but look. I'm not gonna lie to you not even going to stretch the truth. We're not ready to play the Saturday. Not from what I've seen not by long ways. Now, look, it'd be real easy for me to step out on us blue line and lie DO, but not your girlfriend and best girl, and I'm not CHOGM ruined teacher. And I'm not dog Walker, and I'm not the husky chick who your dad calls mistress to perhaps overstep boundaries focus coach, I'm keeping focused now. Look at the end of the day the team that wins. We're going to be able to tell because we're gonna look up at that scoreboard. And either we're going to have more goals or we're going to have less goals or it's going to be taxed, but I can guarantee you this. There's no way we're going to win this game. If we don't play it. I we have to play the game I count we can't wait it in the locker room. And look I love to sit here and tell you that we're going to go thousand this season. Even though there's only eight games in the season. Coach we're not gonna do it from the locker room. We're not gonna do it from the bus where we do at coming out going to do it from your rumpus room. Hold on. Let me tell you for twenty minutes where we're not gonna do it before. I get to the ice. Who's that? In the background tell the sip-it and grabbing eek blamed him his last day was yesterday children to be seen and not heard. Now, we're not gonna win this game from a dirigible, and we're not gonna win this game from a crop duster. As a matter of fact, we're not gonna win this game from anything that takes flight. We're not gonna win it from a barcalounger, and we're gonna win it from a different century that we went back to or head to if we had a DeLorean that would transport us four hundred backward and ten we're not gonna win it from your grandma's earned. We're not gonna win it for my joy that see we're gonna win this game on the ice. And the way we're going to win it. Old fashioned hockey, not newfangled hockey Pringle potato chips that stack up in the can we're going hold school old fashioned because there is no substitute for hard work, although you can substitute for people who don't work hard, which technically shames like a substitute for hard work. But that's just you substituting the guys willing to work harder in that particular situation. Now. Who's that? Greg put him on the blower, hang on a second. Let me see let me see she'll do this. Hi, adam. Cooperating you need more listen preaches powderpuff league. Anyway, he's a man's sport. Really easy for me to say hockey's, hermaphrodites sport or Caitlyn Jenner sport who or someone is undergoing either on hormone therapy, but preoperly in transition becoming either man or woman sport. But I'm not gonna say that this kids. Listen coach, there's a man's sport. Now, we're gonna play old fashioned hockey, and we're gonna fund we're gonna folks unfunded metals. So whoever skates better that wherever handles the puck better whoever scores most that last parts most important, whoever scores the most goals, and by the way, we're playing period begin to period in one hundred ten percent. So when they blow the horn we play when the puck. Drops we play when we go into locker room. We don't play because we're in the locker room and get injured and also we could damage you quit. Okay. Expensive, coach quip is expensive cokes. So we're the locker room. We don't play you focus got it. We grab a knee out staffer Chuck talk. And I'm going to break it down. God, it chock talk is a term, obviously chocked us. Not speak doesn't have that capability. It's me talking holding the chalk. And then using chalk board, which is really just a board that is used to put chalk on hence the name chalkboard. And I will then be giving out instruction thus chalk talk. But once again, don't be confused Chuck cannot, speak or communicate and less. I'm using it to four more sentences diagrams and goals. Quick question. There are no quick Uttley. There's quick questions. There are no dumb. So the Chuck's not talking. It's called Choctaw. It got a coach also name of proud Indian dry, but let's not confuse that we're here. Score goals. The look come on. Yes. Who's? Baby baby lock real coat. Right there. Oh there. It is. Baby. Lock robards. All right. I don't use the Lord's name in vain, let shit. Hey, watch profanity turn around. So I can see what your name is son. Coy claw club, joy joy on. I don't know what you're doing on the ice. But I suggest you find yourself. Boil pot of water and put your head in it. We have to melt the ice I coach. Yeah. All right. Let's go back to shabu shabu and boil a cow for our coach. All right goals. Are we behind first period? Sorry coach. I understand understood. So what do we down? All right hundred twenty one goals. We're going to have to make that up to make it up in the third the second possibly the fourth either period or quarter, depending on how we're tabulating toweling today three periods coach. All right. Gregg, tell that to my wife. She ate legend Greg memory last day was yesterday. Coach. He'll be put coach platitude has left. The practice field. They have it been coach platitude. Hope you enjoyed that clip. And thanks for sending that request in geo. We have another request here. This is from three people looking at and sitting in the queue for while. I've been searching for it. Most recently. This was requested by big fan, Mark and previously by Randy walleyes and stone Kidman. Why don't you read? What it? All. Right, right. Gio and lots of mono-. Thank you. I've been a longtime listener of ACS about eight years y'all opened my ears is too many comedians my favorite besides Adam. And thanks to the ACS pod is Dana that I request Dana as Hugh Hauser drop in mind and ball Brian's, most requested drop you like roller coasters motherfucker doing fuels jewels. This has the infamous quote that everybody wants so many people requesting this drop GM the entire jewel segment. It's about twenty minutes or so it's equally as good as that draw. So you're you're retreat. A join us Adam Corolla show, eight thirty five for may of twenty twelve Gould Alison Rosen, Brian Bishop. So heels Joel's we got a little little queue up there. What do you got Brian? Yeah. Cook it up baby. Ironically, driving through tree assailing failed with baseball hats. Boy, here's the place to get socks. Get ready bench. It's time to go digging for Hules jewels. Corollas excited on the atom crew. And for those who are new to the podcast I've been watching Huel for about twenty-five years. He's a fix year here in southern California. He's on the case, your PBS or whatever the station is he's on the freebie station here. And this is what happens when you do not require performance. I mean, you don't need ratings. You don't eat numbers. No one calls you'll and it shows a graph. Hey, California's gold is pot out. It was opposed to boy from Merita Crecy. Right. And he just would go out. And so. Because he didn't have to get any advertising any ratings and sponsorship anything, and if you're 's he acted accordingly, and as I always said, the only thing that ever hits the editing room floor is the feet of the editor in the pre reality show era. There are more unlikely celebrity than you'll house her. No, no. And he was a big celebrity when when Donna Dixon was a big celebrity, at least, at least at least to me, gone, Mary Ankara. His first show was called bay area. Back roads over L in San Francisco because they got into the mid eighties. Yeah. I Ron Isley high. When I saw him go to the cafe and talk cafe I talked to old timer about gravel for a long time. I remember that one. No one's ever clearly might. But then when he went and talked to the guy from the Bagdad cafe about Kirk Douglas or whoever talking about cast, Lancaster that was the greatest moment in comedic television history for me because it could not be recreated at group of Harvard grants. Couldn't get together. Conan's writing staff could not come up with the part where he got on the phone with the owner and talked about the painting. Burt Lancaster, and there was no story. And the owner wasn't my dump and it was a one sided affair where like twenty minutes of build up and nothing as. If at the end of jaws rise, the boat started to sink the shark. Just swam away underwater, he got bored. God, no one else was chumming. Do you have that Mike? You can we can dig it. This him at the Bagdad cafe, which is I don't know outside of barstool or something it's halfway to Vegas or outside. Here. He is. We'll figure it out. We need to get this interview going here. Okay. I'll talk to you. Okay. Bye. This is not the Rockies. He's interviewing interview on the phone. All right by this is. Were they made the movie Bagdad cafe back in what was it eighty seven? And I think in eighty nine took a ward over in France. And. Hillbilly keep it open for tours come on the tour here that it said they still make a lot of movies. They still shoot here commercials. A lot of that voted huge non kinds of is it just because of the famous name or the atmosphere the place or I think it's the atmosphere. We got really. Now here on the phone with the owner pitcher, and they're Burt Lancaster. Why is there? Let's stand in here. Let me get this. And I'll relay it to our viewer rate. Portrait of Burt Lancaster in here. On the wall of the Bagdad cafe. Oh, you just bought it. He's never actually been here. Lancasters never been perfect giant build. And then nothing most people would have went. Well, we can't use that. Obviously I walked in the other room. We came up saying. Yeah. No, you can't run to use that that segment because the guy didn't story. But now that's at the end of King Kong. The pilots got on the you know, if we wait Emoto, probably just climbdown. Yeah. I'll get tired of he's gonna just climb down. He'll get hungry, by the way, just a sidebar before we go into heels jewels. King Kong religious today. They bring him back from the jungle huge theater. Carl Denham presents Kong. The eighth wonder of the world they go in the audience is full the curtain rises. There's con on stage. They take photos. He flipped Saudi breaks chains and runs amok had. He not broken his chains. What was the show? Yeah. Yeah. They open with the finale. Here's the big. And now Edgar Bergen and Charlie McCarthy also ever since the King Kong the original ever since the flash cubes was used to scare people or turn people like it was always all you needed was the POV of whoever was getting the pictures taken. Whether it was a guy who was coming undone or an animal that was coming just three or four possibly in slow motion shots of the flash cubes going off to know. Now, this was going to trigger following sequence and rear window. He actually uses flash cubes to stop a murderer from strangling him. You know? Yes. Walk seven feet. You just it takes two seconds. So later on by the way at the Bagdad cafe he he walked he went to the post office, but it was closed that. And so he was lucky enough to find the old timer who collected rocks. Right. Not valuable rocks. Just just ROY. And for those of you who don't know you have also after magin as you hear this. This is a six foot two inch guy. Six foot four right built. Sure skin-tight polo shirt tucked into Chino's and desert boots. Before he opens his mouth, you think? Oh, drill instructor. Right. He opens his mouth. Yeah. And it's that if you have I don't know if you have guys with Kraft put that guy crack. Rocks collect all sorts rocks. Yeah. And it's not like what kind of rocks. You have. Well, we have GO and crystals. No, we have big rocks and small rise. The big rocks and small rocks. Two kinds of raw. I can't imagine. There were could be third shoop cans you'll that's now those cans used to contain soup now they contain rocks. I can't eat solid food because you're old and foon you're gonna know whether or not God Israel. That's amazing. If you lick them, they turn a different color that is true of many. My wife passed insistence many years ago, but I have never had the heart. Barry. Yeah. He's that is amazing China about all these guys look. Hold on. Just go back. Go back and listen to the oldest sound man has ever made. Here's a guy that has gone back to birth. Ho. This listen, heavy about all these rocks. Yeah. Yeah. Rocks. That I picked up over a period of. It's not my off. That's the good part about it there. Oh, love hundred years old who he looks just like. Lanes killed the cat in the season. Finale of cans full of crane would be like have a fucking Powerball. Let's go you ever heard Kohl's. Sure he makes. Does he could go right into the Walking Dead. And they just put a little green on them. But he's fine. I don't know like five director. I'd be like I came and make up already those green. But I don't know. Let's put her Picasso. That's good. I imagine that is the noise of your soul leaving your body. Understand about our laws, by the way. If you backed over this guy, and you pick up truck when you had a couple of pops. Yeah, you'd get like vehicular manslaughter something I vs killing like a Sports Illustrated model. Yeah. Like to me. I I think you'd go over there in take apart this guy with a machete and still only get manslaughter. I think it's called an H in hastening nature. Cutting corners on nature herself. That's right about all these rocks. Yeah. Really? He's thinking must I. Talk and walk. I is there ever been another human being held a microphone up you tell me about your collection. Those gun this is aggregate people. This is the stuff that they put turned cement into concrete enough still along the way. No. Because this is what five six years old. No. Yes. He he's oh, this is many years old. There's there's no no dad would say that guy's got one foot in the grave and the other on a banana peel. That funny. It's funny because your dad said all right? Should we have? Should we do some? He'll he will jewels. Here. Let's see we got here. Well, everybody I'm Hugh will house her it's a beautiful morning in southern California. Specifically where in Pasadena more specifically than that? We are in old Pasadena, and I keep wanting to say old town Pasadena, but really it's old Pasadena here to give us a tour. Introduce yourself to everybody Robert you'll my name is Robert Montagna, and I work for the city's redevelopment agency. Okay. Now, we're standing right in the heart of old Pasadena now for those people who don't know about old Pasadena. Explain what oh Pasadena is we'll start off with what Pasadena was sure to let him you have to let them you'll. You'll also I've done that move to when some guy's got a last name like Montagna or something. But you don't know if it's Montana or Montana or something introduce yourself to the people there. This is the old Pasadena drinking game. If you've never played before does sound like everytime. You'll says opacity you hit one of my favorite, my favorite one is the actress khloe Vigna, I know her brother pizza Vig knee. Oh, really? Wow. That's what happens. Hewlett Clarke's town Pasadena. I wonder if we'll see rice to work I used to work at a half hotties in motion out there. Yeah. Next clip Hewlett is going to marvel at buildings and look out because when he goes in a marvel mode, it's a treat. Okay. Now before we get to say, oh, Colorado. There's an old post office Bill all over those office the rarely see old office. This. One of the new buildings here and then right down here. Robert, this looks like kind of lofts apartments great to me he'll series of concrete cubes, and they, but they're hollow. And there seems to be a rectangular opening at the bottom that I would assume would allow human access. That's call the lobby people go into the lobby and they take some call Nella Vader up to their is amazing to drive by you would think that there would be a way for a person and go inside one of these large cubes that you call a of building. Yeah. It's pretty common stuff. It is one thing. I've learned over the years is that you can get inside of a lot of things that people normally wouldn't think you could. Well, I'm just kind of focused Dan blocker comes to match. Not a big fan of the Ponderosa. Haas, which is the noise that he made when he felt a sudden weight come on him from the rear and a rag soaked in chloroform slid over his let's talk more about the focus on the post office. Hewlett must be great because he will just go there stand blocker standing in front of a post of Hugh will why you. He'll must Hugh must've just said do as cameraman like come on. Let's go and Louis must win like, well, what are we shooting today? And then he'll just laugh like who gives a fuck it is it is a weird. It's like found video. It's just like we're gonna make you know, we're gonna make show right here. This is a tray and coroner to streets come together. One going north south one going east west. Cry. He's really kind of like kind of like a clown at a kids party who blows up a bunch of long balloons moves his hands Benz around a bunch of stuff, and then they'll just fall to the ground. There's nothing there's nothing there. It's usually start with a long balloon and up with basically, dick and balls. This is an that's dick and balls. He's out. You'll is out at night, by the way in the Pasadena, nightlife. We'll play that clip. That's hugh. This place is bustling and night. And in the afternoons. We're kinda here early in the morning goodness. Yeah. But this is just wall to wall people on the weekends and at night, generally. It's it's quite a scene. It's quite as saying during the holidays weekends special events. It's it's quite an event. Well, it's nice at night. But I kind of like it quite a lot easier doesn't it? And he has that constant smile where you really, and you know, the type of guy and it's bustling at night and the guy's going. Yeah. There's a lot of people and he's still smiling. And it's the kind of guy at if you will do this. And then you'll hear like cut, and then the smile will stay, but it'll go it took a long time to answer that what are you fucking with me? Trying to make you look like an asshole. Hung on a hook. No, I'm gonna do it. Again. I'm going to ask you about the nightlife again, do me a favor. Keep fucking with me. Robert. Thing. I love about you will is when he talks to the people, and they are bored out of their fucking three about whatever whatever. 'cause you would think do you want to be on TV you want to be interviewed. Right. And then it's like so that cloud that cloud always. No, they move around. I'll really so you see all sorts of clouds. Well, there's a park ranger. Yes. You look up you'll see cloud and the guy just thinking right now than twenty feet there were eleven different ways to kill myself. Yeah. It's always great. I love the family business guy because we'll talk to the guy's been making pita bread and his grandfather and his grandfather's grandfather came over from Armenia, and they made pita bread. And he just so this is where chipped he'll that's where it's shit. So that's why they call it shipping. That's where the trucks backup. So these are raised up. So the height of the track matches the height of the pita bread. When it comes right? He'll we thought of that. He's gonna be like Bonnie five eventually by just the sheer volume of his trips. He's going to stumble onto something big. Now, what exactly comes in these crates Gaels stupid girdles from Russia? Show. They thinking going to be his medals, and they're basically horse. There's a lot of human trafficking trafficking, really think at some point he'd blow the lid off of something. Enough ground and enough parts of the San Fernando Valley where you'd think he'd run into body at least at that guy who had the rock, but he think there'd be so. Though, he wouldn't even so these these are shipping crates you bring in people illegally for such purpose. Yes, now, what is this? I hear that's a razzle vending machine for wrestles still make. Yes. If he was in Pulp Fiction in went into that pawnshop he'd be like, so they call you the game. Yeah. In nice to meet you now, that's not a very breathe -able leather suit. Could you show me? I saw an evil knievel yoyo in the display case showed me we go back upstairs. Yeah. We have you'll that the pita shop. Oh, Eric explain to us. Exactly. What is this called looks like just a big mixer to me? That's exactly what it is. It is a big mixer. You can mix about a thousand pounds of dough in there. Okay. So this is where it all starts if you ever seen anything like this on this scale before Lisa. No. This is even bigger than what you do in your kitchen. That's why I brought you here. The what are we talking about it here? Basic ingredients is agreements flour water sugar, salt yeast. So that's it pretty basic stocks. There's nothing complicated about where here are you? It's lenny. My eyes. And pretend I'm the king of land where babies are money. By the way, that chick is wearing the hairnet with a huge tuft of hair hanging. Kind of flies in the face of the purpose of the heritage has a hair net right out of the window. Yeah. Listen, good. Tuck dash it in it's called a hairnet because it's trying to prevent clumps of your hair from phoning off the runner head. Does he at home when he's home alone? Just mar in the morning putting toothbrush on the to hall. My God every time they make the toothpaste whole the same with as the toothbrush is. Or is it just like I don't have the guts to kill myself today. So I'm talking a lawful. Stompers. A cardboard box factory. You'll is going to go on a quick tour of some historic alleys and old town Pasadena, by the way, he didn't think this could heat up anymore. Look out. You know, what I think I could do if I was man enough. I could stuff my mouth with shotgun. Shells and duct tape it shut then set myself on fire. And when the heat got the my head. I mean, fucking blue. I think we're all going to want to do that after he wants. Want to go out, and I wanna do a top of the ferris wheel at the Santa Monica prominent from adored. Okay. We're starting our tour and relieving Colorado boulevard and heading into an alley because alleys aren't important part of what's happening in Pasadena. Very big part of old Pasadena there the original service allies to all of the buildings got some access from the rear. Try alleys important part of the human system of love making. The way a peak the way a peacock will fan out its tail or a cockatiel will sing a song or babboons will their asses will swell percent. These are called presenting humans present taking a chloroform soaked rag and hiding in an alley behind a pool hall or sports bar. Did not know that he'll have I did not know that ritual. That's how we've made. That's how we meet our mates or as I call them weekend. Playmates? And or Monday Shovellers also call them Monday shoveling. You're you're shoveling on Monday. He'll sometimes like it. When people have a collection of rocks because I know there's not a lot of rocks in the nearby Thole. It's a quick big. Always thinking. Yeah. Nothing nothing worse than when that bedrock is close to the top. And you really gotta get out that pick ax. You like roller coasters mother fucker? We've tried to get Hewlett here. He will someone have on command people are always texting me. Like, I'm my. All my Lucci, whom friends like I'm in I'm in a restaurant downtown, and you'll Hauser tables on don't tell them, you know. Huel? I I'm guessing that you'll is been able for guy his size has been able to slide under the radar of most people for many years, but he's a huge. Yes. An ex marine. And when I saw that Baghdad cafe thing, I just said this is this is it may be California goal. That's it's comedy gold to me. If you're gonna talk old guys about rocks and go to post offices that are closed or go. Take a tour of alleys that old town Pasadena. Dana Gould, the great, Dana Gould. And there you have it Cruella classics for may eleventh two thousand nineteen thank you again to all of you who have listened to the show, and this incredible editing that we've provided we subscribe to Cruella classics rate in review that podcast on apple podcast. It really helps us show. Submitter quest Email is Adam. You can read it. You can rate it Adam go ahead. 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Chin Implants: The Anti-aging Procedure you Never Knew You Needed

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Chin Implants: The Anti-aging Procedure you Never Knew You Needed

"This is really take too because guess who press record. I'm so grateful. You didn't press record at least one but i felt like that was such a great intro. That's okay wow anyhow. Hey everyone i'm amber. I'm ryan and i love him and this is art beauty the real truth fake shit forget how to use her breach working over there. I worked. You're so happy that i failed. We are so competitive will no more competitive at that. There was a time where i totally didn't press record and you had to call me and be like i have not any of that audio from that interview yeah and i need you. I can hear what you said. We made it work exactly. It just sounded real quiet but episode so weirdly enough. It was one of the best things we ever did. Just kidding. Oh you are the star of this s. showboat honey right next to you dear. We were good together. Would you say we're on our oprah and gayle road trips. That was so funny. Oh you burst out laughing. We really are having fun and we hope you're having fun listening. Has we certainly are and today. We've an interesting kosovo because this is something that admittedly the topic i i was so surprised about i met a woman younger woman and i was like what do you do. What's your skin care routine. Tell me everything and she admitted that she had recently. They had a chin implant. I think my chin fell to the floor because i had always thought that chins were for big beefy dudes. It's like <hes> like the guys who get calf implants. Yes seriously. I am so so excited to get a chin implant. I'm not even to i've waited. It's part of my. It's in my next five. You know five your plan. Plan your your your your plan. Got a beijing five year. Plan of beijing has indefinitely includes injectable at so smart. I love the descendants when people are like what your five year plan in like of aging yeah. No i got the here we go. So do i bring in. Are we talking like ricky. Martin from the always go to live in la. Vida need a loka okay. Well like listen. I used to really look like county yeah and as we've age like i'm trying yeah. He's my jaylo. Oh okay. He is my jaylo. Make sense. Make sense and you know what i love today our our guest today dr al loss is really going to explain to us. The misconceptions options that around jenin plants yeah. I really don't have any especially after that quote. Unquote self made billionaire redid her entire vase allegedly with her lips and i was like but what about everything yeah i'll talk about it. You're so right. I love the pay attention to this stuff but in my defense today even dr yale loss our guest so that there is a big misconception about who needs needs a chin implant so i'm just gonna let her tell us all about it so a lot of the times i e even i am a little bit loathe to bring it up because your reaction on is not a typical. A lot of people are like a chin plan. What the heck are you talking about like. No i'm fine and but if you think about it what is the dividing border between in our face and our neck we we really do have to have a nice good border. You have to have a nice defining jaw line and if you don't have that then it just is like a big blob going running together. <hes> and it's not just so you can have a good profile just want to have a good division between green the two and if you don't have a strong good chin and i'm not talking about jay leno but you just want to have like a clear border between face the neck and a chin is really that's it's all important job and we looking at models and even when we look at models of like wow they're being so inclusive there. They haven't aged model. They have a stake steer old a fifth year old on the cover they always have these great joy aligns and it's because they have like a good strong chin not ajay leno but like a good strong defining chen how this is something that you're all up on and also be getting one really yeah. I mean yeah yeah well. I guess even at for like maybe forty five but it's on my leg ten year plan overthrowing. Everybody doesn't have to get an implant. I totally disagree if you look at somebody's profile and you can basically draw a line down from dropping down from the lip up straight down to the chin if he saw a vertical straight down and it lines up your good if it's behind then you're a little it back. Don't you find that with harmony in the face. <hes> you know when when people do face-lifts when people alter their noses sometimes when they add in a scotch epa chen or even just like us coach of a cheek like it all brings together but the chin is the like as you. I said it's the border. The chin really can do a lot of things because yes. I mean one hundred percent so many times that people are coming in for ryan up last dave or for hurt their nose and they think that their nose is huge and i'm like the nose is not an issue. It's because the chimney so far back that the noses looking so prominent in just i put a little bit of chinon we balance the face the cheekbones all of a sudden were look a little bit more prominent that knows doesn't look as prominent and even if they then still refused to do the is is always a bit of an issue because how far back indy bring the nose when the chin is still going to be an issue and as a person ages if you don't have a good strong strong chin think about it the second that those jowls form and they start to descend if there's not a good strong chin. They're not a good strong jaw line. You're gonna st those jowls. Forming in three seconds. I hate is a chin implant like i'm like a very baby retargeting silicone. Is it like a little pouch so can be made a little silicone. It's not it's very different than than the breast implant okay breast implants. If you think about it have to again interesting visual with my hands right now or move around. She's doing squishy but <hes> chin implant. Arch implants are being placed on it in a very precise pocket any top of your bone. They are not moving got it. That could be one of the reasons why we think that you don't get that some issues that you get with breast implants scar contraction actor and the need to replace it. Was it harder so it's definitely firmer okay <hes> you actually will not feel will the difference between your bone and where the chin implant is. Oh so why did the grafted along the bum. It's placed in such a precise pocket underneath breath the on the fibrous envelope of the bone that you really just blends right in. I love when you talk nerdy to me. Okay i feel like i'm talking committee so now for me so selfish question only go in through the mouth and i don't need this car underneath you. You can absolutely why what are the two aways that we address as we can either go through the mouth or we can go through right underneath the chen and the difference. The friends is <hes>. The mouth is a dirty place isn't that we don't love to do that because you're putting a permanent implant so ideally you you want to be with nobody serious. That's why sometimes make the mouth isn't so preferred but yes for men who have a incredibly sexy beard heard. Sometimes you don't want to give them that. External scar though offense so many particularly guys already have a little scar underneath i do my husband does do and i was just russian all man i'd like you to i simply ask sledding accident trying to be a figure skater but without he's on oh aw almost all men actually already have scar there so actually usually not such a big issue and since i do a tremendous large number of bureaucratic arctic transplants no no biggie. It's not a biggie because i can take a few. I can actually even take some of your beard. Hairs entrance led to this guard some point okay salta and with the chin implant canada along gave to my jaw line to can you add a little more to my jaw line where the less yes yes. I mean we're talking about shape so used to be years back that we put in this little these little shaped like mccormick little button there look like will overall will footballs but now we tend to use more what we call an extended anatomical that fills that pre jowl space and when you do that you get that elongated gated gel and actually a lot of times that women are complaining so early about getting pre jowls or feeling that chubby face and the reason men are growing growing beards or go t's is because they want their hiding the fact that they don't really have that great jal that they wished they had and then once you pop that jin implant and all of a sudden they have that defined jawline inch also people who love it are people who feel like they have that little like under <unk> under the chin like fat pouch yeah and they lose weight but they still have that pouch there even without doing liposuction. You just put the chinen all all of a sudden that's gone so what is the procedure like for coming in and we're not sure that we're ready for this. Is there any way to sort of envision this. Yeah we definitely definitely have an imaging system that we can take your picture and we can draw on you right what has been credibly popular over the past few years and maybe because of instagram because the apps <hes> people come in having image themselves with an app that they have on their found or we do fillers all the time. We have fillers that last six months we fillers that last two years and try before you buy you try before you buy. We do injectable all the time so do you use a specific civic type of filler in the chin or is it the same that you use in the face there there are many different types really a lot of the i always prefer natural fillers so any of the hyler electronic acid fillers really work well and they're so many that good ones that are f._d._a. Approved and have different longevity. Write a love it okay so then if we're going to have this done what what is that procedure like walk through it. Come into the office that day you come to the office that day. Believe it or not. I actually performed quite a few of these under local anesthesia anesthesia wow yeah they got. They do <hes> so we can. Maybe give you a valium pill to relax even an ambien. <hes> the the incision is going to be marked. <hes> area is sterling cleaned in. We have our own accredited operating room here. <hes> local anesthesia can injected. You may not feel that at all. If you choose to go with a little bit of mild anesthesia we have board certified anesthesiologist here which case you take it happen. You know make up and it's totally done a little bit of soreness frequently. We do it from an incision right underneath the chen those to just come out a week later her <hes> yeah you could be a little bit sore <hes> so maybe i'll say have milkshake right first day or two but otherwise i've actually performed perform this on colleagues and they went and covered the facial plastic clinic the next day wow so like is there anything because i think that we don't realize how much are chin is involved in speaking speaking in but you're saying you're good to go. You'll be a bit swollen. You may look slightly. Sorry jay leno you might look slightly jay leno as for the first week because you'll be a little a bit swollen nothing that is so outrageous that people are stopping you down the street right and no big bandages. You'll the first day i mean when you leave. We sure on your late night in a over are left totally big. Samantha hats on an ahead yelling l. hoodie yeah. He's hell of it. I mean it does take a couple of weeks to the swelling goes down. The most people love it. Love and other people are not aware. We always talk about it two or like it. The problem is when you do any sort of facial thing whether it's filler mall really return that filler and you get home that day and you see the swelling and if you think if this doesn't look swelling they have it doesn't look super bowl anti than you didn't do a lot of the times it filler. You'll be like swollen. You're like oh this looks great and then it goes away and it's like wont wont law <hes>. Should it up more but that's great thing about florida. You can always try and the great thing apparently about these implants now is that you can come in. You can do the imaging you can do a a filler simulate that before are you go under the knife. -actly ballpark costs on this because we always have to ask and i know it varies from surgeon to surgeon in state to state but what are we looking at <hes> <music>. I'm going to say about five thousand. Oh okay so on the low end of facial procedures shall proceed to try before i buy because i'm ready to go shave. My face right now depends on how many syringes to be honest. I'll need like four or five then you actually could be looking at the cost of surgery surgery so like but again i love test drive you do <hes> so the value is always at is what i always say patients. Who do the injections the value. Is there because you at least know how is half the battle. Knowing is half the battle joe but now it is yes. It is real merkin kim euro if we were to do it implant and hate it. Is it something that's reversible. It is okay so okay so you're also not sounds like you were grafting it to the bone and there's lots of different shapes and they're even customizable so all right doctor. Thank you so much for really taking food procedure so we can put our best face forwards if people wanna come in and talk to you and try the imaging possibly do the filler and or the procedure. What's the the best way for them to find you so you can go to my website at dr halis dot com d. r. h. A. l. a. s. dot com or follow. Let me on instagram at dr halis which you have some awesome instagram before and after seeing i love it. That's actually how i found out about this. We need to come in and discuss this all right right well. If anybody has questions for dr halis that you'd want to shoot over to us you can always write to us at hello at art beauty podcast dot com we can always pass that along and our discuss discuss it on a future podcast and of course you can follow us on instagram and facebook ads arpita podcast working see you next tuesday by.

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Part 2: Jay Leno and Chael Sonnen (ACS June 11)

The Adam Carolla Show

1:55:12 hr | 8 months ago

Part 2: Jay Leno and Chael Sonnen (ACS June 11)

"Thanks for listening to the Adam Corolla show. On podcast one. Well in this half Jay Leno, a in an intimate. Interview lots of really crazy old stories and information I think you're really GONNA learn to love this guy after here. This entail sun and. Comes in on good sports as well and that guy. He's a real talent and he was a great fighter to anyway. lifelock hacker group called Shiny. Hunters breach seventy-three million US records from dating APPs delivery services, online stores, newspapers, and they're selling them on the dark web. It's important understand how cybercrime and identity theft are affecting our lives. Every day we put our info at risk out on the Internet cybercriminals keep finding new ways to steal your identity. Protect yourself with lifelock. The leader and identity theft protection detects a wide range of identity threats like your. 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Jay Leno has joined me because I asked Jay Leno to join me, and he was nice enough to join you and is not do my show and you. You won the race. I love Jay Leno's garage I'll give you all that facial particular on that show. In a moment or Jay can give us all a lot times and dates for J.. Z ten o'clock and seven o'clock California time. Just TV show at like like I. DO I watch every week. You know so I had this thought about. US Pacific which is. I've been thinking a lot about fear in people's relationship with fear, and and it's it's. It's great. These days. A lot of people are having a big sort of fear or gene I thought I. Don't really I'm not fear based I know that's a bizarre, but I'm not I'm not a fear based person. I thought Jay Leno's not fear base and watch what you do, and I see what you do. But I don't know how you got that way. If you're always that way, no. Way I'm not a panicky. person you know. Whenever I. Know I'm GonNa? Crash I just. GO LIMP and? And let it happen. I don't tense up. You know I remember when it says the Talladega we doing one hundred laps and one hundred ninety miles an hour, trying to break this record with the Kerr gt the ORSHA. About, lap one hundred I'm coming down the street and the guy gives me the thumbs up on Oh great. And I just lifted my photo throttle well, the rear end came around. Just spun eight times, but ours remember that old adage. You always hit what you're looking at so if you're looking at the wall. You'll hit the wall so as soon as I saw the wall, I kept the wheel and I saw the again. I just kept cutting the wheel. The wheel and I spun down the center of the track, and it was okay and realize. Oh, all right so. That was about as scary as it gets, and it wasn't that bad so. Well I was watching I famously when you had the Hemi underclass roll over. And you know the thing rolled violently. And then soon as it came to stop, J just turned the driver and went Yodok and I thought oh Jay. Sigel the medic runs over and says to the driver. What's your name? How old he goes I'm Bob Riggle eighty one years old and taps, migos, which an Oldie said I'm Bob Riggle. One years old. One of these men is a real Bob Riggle you. Got A big laugh is pretty funny, but. That wiring and I think. Nobody wants to get injured or killed, but I still kind of wish that wiring upon my kids you know that that calm sort of that I'm willing to go out and put myself in danger without being a daredevil. Right I know what you mean. Yeah, yeah, I'm I'm not a panicky type. Person I tried to do like I'm not arguing with some of the of the day that got mad and through something and broke something. I, want you because I mad. But what does it do I? Don't I don't understand why you would break something. How does that now make it better, it doesn't. It's not watchable right, but it's funny that. The logic is in Kinda short supply. The logical people are. Few and far between. Do, you think that your. Disposition is aided by the fact that you live in a mechanical world. I have this theory that everyone is ripping into it, so I think what's happening is. People don't have a relationship with danger because they sit in a cubicle all day, and they kind of look at a computer screen, and you climb under a Stanley well as the the blown origin. You say that because speed is the only new. Sensation of the twentieth century. If you put a baby in a room and turn out the light, the baby will cry. But you take the same baby put him on the hood of a car and go seventy miles now, I? Think. There's no fear because there's no inherent fear of speed because evolutionary wise I think it's still. Fairly new. You know you don't have years of being chased by dinosaurs or whatever might be. or or darkness is scary, so you don't. You don't have that, so it becomes. It's a learned. It's a learned experience right and I think that and I don't want to speak for the guys at your shop. But I found that my blue collar friends have a better relationship with fear, and then as it pertains like pandemics and stuff they should have react differently than my Hollywood friends. Oh. It's definitely true. The Oh yeah, that's hilariously true right? Yeah, because your Hollywood, friends are just. Hits, right? They just don't they're thinking about. Well, how is this going to affect my show next week or It's it's not it's. It's something. They think it's something greater than themselves. Yeah I would agree with that. That's why most of my friends are quote as you call mechanical friends, because there's a logic to it as to why something happens a certain way, you know I mean I know people are afraid of guns because they could just go off. They don't. Understand how it works certain amount of pressure here unless it's made in China Addison Pot, metal, it's GonNa disintegrate. It's not just going to go off. You learn how to handle and the and how to use it. You know so. Yeah, that's funny that you say are fire fires another one you know I know people that. Well here's a perfect example. I drove one of my steam cars, the gas station, and for those don't know use gasoline to heat the water. The water makes steam, and then you proceed like a train. And the car smoking I saw. Thank you, not smoke. It's team. Wait a minute. This is team. Kart runs on steam. And she goes yeah right. I know it. Does she was away guessing? As, we're putting gas in because the gasoline heats the water. Stove makes hot and she goes. Who went just leave it in the sun. I said what let's the? Sun could boil water. I don't even think we having this conversation. We wouldn't be talking and she looked at me like I was making all this up. It just made me. Laugh is just very funny. It's a sort of a detachment from mechanic science. There's a math that's falling by the wayside. And it's it's it's. It's kind of hurting us as a society way I. Wish people were more tangible. Garage and that's funny to me because. I'm on the phone. I'm doing podcast. Makes me laugh because. Was He adds on the radio today. People are concerned about value. Yeah, like my parents just threw money in the. But you realize someone grew up in the twenty S. you're better. You're better able to cope with the world you live in 'cause you could fix the tractor. You could fix the car. You could grow your own food. You could in a pinch E. News Manure for fuel but BOB whatever it might be, you could. Control, your own destiny right now, people, the power goes out and people. Just you know just panicked what to do you know? Do you think your your lack of fear for better for lack of a better title for what you possess? Cargoes out of control. I have to be told sometimes not to let go the steering wheel right? JUST GIVE IT UP I. I did a race once work with an instructor once and he. Kept saying to me. He said you gotTa hold on the wheel with both hands. You can't have one hand out the window of the cigarette. Hold on the other hand, but he did say to me. You're the most relaxed person I've ever seen drive a car, and I thought well. The intensity just makes you a worse driver I actually Paul Newman was the most relaxed person I ever saw really Paul. Newman came to the tonight show and we were filming over here, you know. Know, where we used to do it over in Burbank, and by that time every show had left, so they're like twenty five or thirty sound stages, so you'd literally had these Carter's. That were almost half a mile, long cavernous cameras, so we decided to go. Curry's and I've had is going to race Paul Newman I think I told you the ones before it's in the documentary, and Paul gets in there, and he's what eighty one or whatever it was. So calm. I'm working my azoff trying to keep up with them and he just flamed. I mean he just? You. Know just cut the wheel too much I'm slide into much. Hitting the wall, and just the most relaxed calm guy, and we did it like three times to see if I could get him I never did get him. He was that good well I drove with Jay the other week and it's on Jay Leno. A fast driver! J went all out and that. Z car over. Fontana, and you'd never been on that track before. About this show, it's so low budget. You hear your first time on the track at first time in the go. Well I gotta practice lap. No, no, no. You know so so do you think being onstage in being a comedian? Do think the fear, the lack of fear or the good relationship with fear has aided you in that endeavors well, all I think so. I remember once I was on stage. And a beer bottle inflammed, fly my head and smashed by me and I said who did that. To a coward, what coward through that? And this enormous guide. Stance Couple of drinks. I look at me. I'm really sorry I. Don't Don Habit again. You know the now I realize and he really was I really felt bad, but the guy was enormous I went. Oh, my God, I'm if this guy comes out dead. I'm sorry. Behave very badly, apologize. You're forgiven. SIT DOWN! And everybody else you know where? Where was that? That wasn't the emperor. Out here, yeah, yeah, wow, what a circle! What Year would you say? Oh? Eighty. Late Eighty. S. Did God I mean every you were with everyone you saw everyone those. Legendary stories the comedy store back in the day, and Letterman and Leno and everybody and Ritchie Priam new nobody. Funny I say Ritchie prior because we call them Richie and people go to. Them Richie. It's Richard. Richard Pryor then I mean that's that's what it was and to me. That's how. You know comics are inherently pretty lazy. You tend to go to where you know you do well. And I remember saying to Mitzi and Richard was in a he was he was rehearsing for. Live on sunset strip. There's got to be one of the first. Before they videotaped comics or any of that stuff he was making a standup film right and he was working out every night at the comedy store and I said to Mitzi. Could I follow him every night just to see and he will go up blow people like. I mean laughing so hard you. Need to run off to. Go please welcome Jay. Leno and I realized that that point. I didn't have an hour's worth mature. I had about. Sixteen minutes seventeen minutes and I was taping it every night, and he just throughout everything. They didn't get a laugh because. You know nothing funny. You talking comic. Why are you still doing that? Nixon's not a crook bit well I mean it worked the other night I know, but the last forty nights it didn't work. You have a really old audience tonight. Who would you were talking about right now? Is that tendency to never WANNA? Give up anything and that made me just cleaned house and throw a bunch of materials, so it was. It was a good lesson going after someone who may have been the best ever do it. Yeah, and but you sought that out right. After and he wants the best I mean. It's really different. I mean he was the first guy, not the first, but one of the first to use obscenities. Not In a way that would be gratuitous. He. It was a part of the vernacular. You really when eat did a character, he really became that character and talk like that character, and was really really funny. You know he had the perfect in the sense that Mike Tyson had the perfect background to be a fighter. Horrible childhood parents mistreated. You know the whole. The the Anger Ritchie had the same thing grew up in a whorehouse in the. Was it the moines? I think it was i. know the hard scrabble. Yeah Yeah and. It, just just all all the elements you know that well, you know it's funny I. Was Thinking About Tyson as we're talking about the old days of the comedy store and it's it's. It's interesting that a club. Has asserted cycle to it like. The heavyweight division you think about the heavyweight division with Ali and frazier right all form, and all that, and then you get to the sort of early eighties in a bunch of guys you never heard of, and you don't really care anymore. And then at some point Tyson comes around and in a weird way, a comedy club can have that it can have that early days with you and Lateran and Ritchie prior and. And, all the same in Sam. Kennison later and also, and then at some point I dunno dries up a little none of the has a little lull, and then there's a reawakening, and it has like. If you looked at it on a chart, it could look like the heavyweight division. Yeah, it's funny. You don't really think of it that way when you're going through it. It just like another day you know you know. The trick to life is no. You're in heaven before you get cast out of it and that was sort the way I felt there. This was perfect. We didn't make a lot of money or anything but. You got an accolade from your peers from the audience. There'd be little quips in the press, and all that Kinda stuff, and every now and then Carson Steve Martin, or somebody would drop by to see who the hot new comic was. It was a wonderful time. It really was. It was a fabulous them, did you, so you came out at what age? I came out in seventy, two I was still in college has gone back and forward. From. Permanently from seventy three on. Yeah, when did it hit you that you come from a you know pretty regular environment very regular, and so stand up. Comedy seems. Richard! Pryor's your early years were different than Richard Spier. The I can remember. My mom talking to my aunt and I must have what's changed doing now. My mother, my mother's from skull well, Chaim. He has little skit that he puts on from town to town because the different towns as skit. I got no mind. I don't really do a skit. They never really understood what it is. I did. Were they around long enough to see the kind of? Oh yeah off your success. They made it to the first couple years the tonight show. So. To me. That's the saddest thing people who don't you know. That happened the Paul Newman. Paul Newman was twenty four. And his, Dad said get a God damn job. He told me this story You know you're this. You're bum, you're this acting. Thing is stupid. They're better, just you know. And, his father died. And literally the next year he was the biggest star in the world. I feel the exact same way. When oftentimes from what I talked to athletes who played in the world series of won the Super Bowl or something ago, my dad passed away I go, but was he around long enough to right I mean to me. That's that's to me. That's the Paul new one is the saddest. Because it just you're that close, you know. My Dad was forty three when I was born. Really, so I was always jealous. I remember being really jealous of Del because how he's dad was like nineteen years old and something some like. And, he would bring his dad to the comedy star, and it's like forty, eight or fifty, and it was like. I wish I could do this at my, and then sadly how he's dead just I, think had a massive stroke or heart attack and died and I went. Oh, man, just. Be, careful what you wish for. You know you just don't know when I realized. What is yours jealous? When people have their parents longer than had yours, you know well, it's it's sort of be careful who you compare yourself to like. You really don't know what their past is. What what's next? It's easy to kind of go. That guy's got it so good over there. I'm struggling over here funny. Comic who've nameless not famous. He he said to me grousing about the fact that he was older. PODCAST KOVAC. Like that. I'm going to that even when I'm driving my mom called. And what are they talking about? Comic, said to me well you and sign Lennon. You're lucky. You grew up during the golden age comedy. When it was easy, I wasn't any easier. It's always the same. It's not any easier. It's just the most ridiculous comment. Yeah, it's in a way. It's like saying it was easier to make the Celtics and in nineteen sixty one or something well, the game may be different, but it draws an easier. Only. In the time you live in I hate these things were. Mohammed Ali could not have been beaten by whoever might be or. Some modern fighter and you'll with race car drivers. They don't live in the same time. They don't live in the same era. Different machinery I mean something that I thought was really fascinating, and they did this with race car drivers. They took some of today's racers and put them in some cars from the fifties and earlier. And they were like Oh my God. This is like scariest because the brakes. Right me their. Reactions are sharp ever, but the car is not. Stop when you press the brace, you've got us the transmission. You've got put into a bit of a sly descriptive awesome speed. There's just all different techniques you know, so he just live in the time you live in. So a come out, you're going. What are you studying in College at that point? ME STUDYING I. I guess I. Remember going to Emerson and my parents wanted to be to college. Go to college. And I took speech therapy. Because it, said at the end of the semester, each student will be required to give a twenty minutes talk. I remember guys go. GotTa Talk. I can talk. Talk for twenty minutes can give you that one I'll sign up for though I. I paid no attention in college. I didn't have any interest in it. I was at that point. I was working clubs and trying to be a comedian I would go to class during the day, and I I would drive from Boston New York almost every night to try and get on at the Improv and be back in school the next day, and if something was on more than on the test, I wasn't interested in it, but I somehow I graduated this day I have no idea how that happened, but I did graduate, but I can't say I've got a lot out of it, but that being said. I made connections and I made friends. And I realized when I grow up, I was the only comedian I never met and I never met anybody WanNa do for for living and mean the people that did skits and school, but not you can't. It didn't even occur to me. I'm Mrs Langdale next door. Neighbors said you can't be a comedian less. Your father was a comedian. That's the way it works in Hollywood. Then once you got. The community you can't be you know. It's the only business where people know nothing about it. Feel free. To, give advice and I thought Oh man well. My Dad wasn't a comedian. So, it's very funny I when I met. Jay When I was twenty. Or so maybe twenty one trying to trying to think it's funny. I grew up out here in North Hollywood, but I didn't know when he comedians and I didn't know how anything worked. Either and I spotted Jay of told you guys living in the House across from the House. I was working on right up in the hills of like Woodrow Wilson L. Zero. Yeah and I was I was working on a house and. I I was putting stucco on the outside of the House and the thing. That's kind of weird about STUCCO. I guess stucco putting stucco honest sorta like riding a horse. The horse knows you're a novice and knows you're scared. It does what it does. But if it respects you, so the thing that's weird about Stuccos you mix it up and you put on a hawk and you get a trial and the guy knows how to spread stucco puts it up and just spreads it on. It just goes on like cream cheese on a Bagel, and then goes you try, and then you do it. All just falls off. The exact same thing he did, but it doesn't work so I was I was outside of this house, trying to spread stucco on this window, and I was watching the neighbor who was Jay and I think you may have been renting that house. No, I bought bought that house. What Year did you buy the house eighteen eighty? Nineteen eighty. How long were you in that house for six years six years so this? Yeah, this must have been about eighty three right away and and I was just watching this guy schedule. It was a real tight street was a narrow street I even think that. The guy the house. The couple whose house I was working on with the contractor was just got me and another guy named Tom Johnson I think at some point we. They asked they could park their car in your driveway or something like that. Make Room for the truck right? Some version of that and you had the big. Big Buick roadmaster. And all the motorcycles were in the garage right I can. I can picture the house right now. It's OK driveway. The Buick was sort in the back of the driver. You turn right. There's garage right in front doors off the garage. Right so I'm sitting out there and I'm spreading stucco starting at seven in the morning and. I am noticing the neighbor because I'm on the. Just kind of the streets narrow. It's quiet, and I see it. Come Out, get the newspaper. And I you came out. You know mid morning or something that I don't know. Probably did some sets that night at the comedy store most or something and it seemed to me, you came out, got to paper ten eleven in the morning or something some version of that, and then they see you go back in the house. And I think okay. This guy's not working. He's not getting up and having to go punch the clock and I'm still out there spreading STUCCO and then at some point. It noon or one o'clock you'd come out and start working on the bikes in the garage. He start feeling around with the bikes. And emmer thinking. What a schedule! This guy so! This guy's on a schedule. And then I recognized you. I was like I. I think that's Jay Leno I. think that's the comedian now. This is eighty one eighty two, so you're not a household name. Carson and MERV and all that kind of right I think know this guy and. I started going over after we punched out. which is like three thirty and I started watching you talk and you while you're working on the bikes bidding to that. Guy Manny at work at three thirty. Schedule and He's got to work tonight. I gotta go to work and. You had the bikes with the vowels on the outside of the valve springs. Older bike. Yeah, and you're working on those. We were talking about you having a sunbeam tiger. Role in it and the. All rolled a three times. You Remember Boris. The Russian guide lived the other side the other side of the House you. You know when my wife and I moved in. We keep this guy hello. My name's bordered Harrison so maybe we should. Why don't we meet the neighbors? Could on rouse or the? Let's get one of those cakes. WE'LL BRING IT NEXT DOOR Like four o'clock in the afternoon I go knock on the door. Yes, but hi Jay. Maybe it's your next door neighbor yes! We'll give for you. Oh? Commend. He's got a robe on. And I see the living room furniture with gotTA shag carpet. He's got a camera setup and their two naked girls on the floor. And he goes Oh. You're busy. Making movie come in come in, so I have the cake I go. Hi, girls hello. Hi Hi my wife May I'm be like like the neighbors. So you can put this Geico. You just put it the other guy, so I put the cake on the floor in the girls crawl over like to dog cake. Romo and they start eating cake. You know the guy goes. Hey, ghost, don't eat the cake. FILLED TO PHILLY! Stop eating cakes cake. You know. I said why I bought the cake for everybody really. I, my wife and I. WE GOTTA go. No, no way the girls go into. The Room went to talk and we talk for. This is Hollywood I'm I'm really living in Hollywood now, but they're shooting a porn movie next door and I bring a I put it on the floor. The girls crawl over and eat the cake. I mean hilarious I should've went to Boris's instead of instead Leno's place exactly so just kinda would hang out in the garage, a little bit and talk to Jay and you were surprised that I knew who you're. You're surprised that I recognized you but. I thought man guys got spikes got his road. Masters got his garage. Great schedule I thought I gotTA figure out a way to get from spreading the STUCCO to spread the mirth like the Great Jay Leno. From that point on. What you've done well, you've done well. You know I don't know what your relationship is with. Well, oh! This'll be a good question for you. Guys I love cars as you know, you love cars and you know the cars we love aren't cheap or free, and someone's got to pay for this and I want the same thing you want it. I wanted mechanics. I wanted to fabricate things. I wanted to restore things you know and I made a pretty simple decision which is. Is As, long as I'm spreading the STUCCO up on the scaffolding, it's GonNa. Be Difficult to do a lot of things. I WANNA do in in terms of my passion for cars. You know and I sort of made a kind of nuts and bolts like I'm going to start working on comedy because I think there's a there's a better payday there and then I can. Pack, everything up and go to Laguna Seca two months, and do a vintage race and I couldn't afford to do that if I was a carpenter. A lot of it was sort of practical, a little less art. You know what I mean well to me. I thought it was a great job. It was a good job. Right and you got a job. You're emphasize. Yeah, and that's a mistake. Most people make. They think it's just fun funnel. I remember when. I host the Senate live and my friends came down an after your host. They have the you know the rap part. Okay, great, then they come to the tonight. Show one Monday. You know they're on the audience and afterwards I go to my office and they all come up the. who was. There's no I do this every day. We don't have a wrap party. Guys I'm going back to work now. I gotTA model for tomorrow. I can't go wrong upon the drink. No, no I got to work tomorrow and the next day and the next the next day. You do this every day and people forget that had show business. If he gets the business aspect of it, they just go for the show and that that's it you know. I was. Kinda surprised. If you've been on the set. or been a guest. On a very variety, a variety of different talk shows night late night as well as daytime. Whatever you'll notice that there's a kind of A. That each set. Has Its has a personality. I mean the set I just mean the people with the how works and J set was very interesting. The thing I took note of on your set is we'd be doing some run through a rehearsal or something. And your head rider. Or someone in that capacity, but I come up to you and go at J.. That thing's not working, or you're doing this wrong or you're doing it out of order. And I was watching it going. That doesn't take place on most these Kinda sets where somebody comes up. You're not doing it right. I'm a huge believer in low self esteem. As people high self, esteem or criminals and actors. They think this. If it wasn't for that, I would be a huge success. I mean I. DYSLEXIC and my would always tell me when I was a kid. You're going to have to work twice as hard as the other kids to get the same thing well, that seem fair I'll just work twice as hard. To get the same thing by doing that, okay, that's fine and to me. When I got the tonight show, I forget. Let me. Hire these people. They know what they're doing. I I'm good at the joke. Part I'm not really good at directing whatever so I'll hire good people and listen to him, and that was my thing in the tonight. Show that anybody could stop the train. Anybody could pull the whistle. Stop the train. If there's something they don't like or something they thought was wrong or and it. Sometimes it makes it a little laborious, but everybody feels invested. In the show I mean we had. We had no turnover in twenty two years. We had the same people the way you know and the funny part was everybody I. Hired most never worked in television before, and most were single, so they all wound up marrying each other, and we had sixty four kids born. Wow, in twenty two years low within. With staff members on the show. Because everybody's just, it was just fun. I mean I hate. Places say we're family here and he started says we're family at music. I don't want to pay any money. Your family so I never used the term, but it was kind kind of like like that a little bit i. mean everybody got along fine, you know. When you work on the show when I hide riders them for a year I didn't iron for thirteen and dump them because it takes. Sometimes twenty weeks to find my voice with that writer. I would just write everything. And when I hired people, we hired based on material. Submit material with no name on it and I. Read it and I go. Let's hire this person. And one turn out to be a rabbi middle aged, the other turned out to be somebody with severe cerebral palsy. Who couldn't even leave his apartment? But wrote good. That person come in sort of Sherry now in that you know the the that convoluted kind of wheelchair, the house. I'm not being disrespectful here. Just you know somebody, get him up the stairs and they're looking one way and you know. But he wrote great jokes, and and and that worked pretty well. That worked pretty well. I never hired anybody that had an agent. I just said. Submit me jokes. You know. I was standing at Pollo Loco. And this guy behind me sergeant, I. Don't sound so I just graduated college, degree and I sound engineering sound engineer. I. Tell You any good. He goes down. Tomorrow. I came by and Iheart, and we stayed there twenty three years. That was pat. Yeah, at twenty six kids. Actually with eleven intern, so so it was fun. It was a fun place to work. I really enjoyed it. It was a great time. You know a lot of ups and downs, but that's okay. That's okay. It was exciting low self-esteem. This is interesting to me. I always tell people I don't have low self esteem, NO SELF ESTEEM! I don't really think okay. Let's let's let's go at no self-esteem. That's I'll take that. I mean it's I just don't assume that I'm the smartest person in the room, but. The self esteem to me is neither here, nor there that's the way I look like I. Don't look at myself as Low Makoko you're so bad or dumb or whatever just their stuff? I'm good at their stuff I'm not good at, but that's not I'm not constantly evaluating my self esteem, I think the self-styled. I think more like I'm a Mutt in a purebred. Thing here okay, and and I try to use these. every one of those. Both sides of the coin there at the same time. We're in the low self esteem. Low self esteem just sounds funnier because. Like I. Say when you assume you're not the smartest person in the room. You don't speak first. He'll other people speaking. They have to say Okay Oh man, and what I had. Okay all right, I'll go with that. You know as opposed to well. Also you're the you're the person who's telling the joke so ultimately it's going to be. You'll get the credit for the joke. Used the best joke in the room. So. You I. I, often think about How how? I, think about your collection I think about how much of cars the thing that's interesting about you and vehicles and cars is You know pardon the Pun. Most people pick a lane. You know you you talk to this guys all time. They tell you their car nut, and then they tell you there are Mo- par Guy Right and then if you bring up a BMW and. And one that go what I don't know. What that one? I have a friend WHO's a mentioned? I got MOGO. He can tell you look. That was built on a Thursday right. I remember Larry was working The undercoating that day and this why you have this smear on the guy. And they came to my garage, and he goes Duisenberg. What's that German right now? No. I mean I've heard it. I thought I was German. No, no, it's an American bill or really. The American card. I was always i. Guy That's all. Right and you I cannot. Find a real lane for you in terms of brands I, think you appreciate. The mechanics of the mechanical I'm by Carl I like all kinds of individually. Yeah and. I like I like noble failures I like that were ahead of their time in their time cars that were built to good. They couldn't possibly make a profit because I. was driving a car. Today called the will. Saint Clair. Now Will Saint Clair. He was a herald wills was in they He was Henry. Ford's metallurgists, he was Ford's first employees. Really, he designed the planetary transmission. Didn't invent vanadium steel bows responsible for he's a meddler. Just he designed the Ford logo the Blue Oval those trailer. He was Henry Ford's I. If not very first employee and Ford's for everything with them fifty fifty. Or being somewhat can tankers. They had a falling out. And he took his like would be criminal of like twenty million dollars in stock and started the Wilson Sinclair car it was. Overhead, Cam Nineteen twenty overhead Cam. V Eight. No Fan belt. All everything driven internal fan driven internally as all chain driven gear Nokia driven no Cuban gear driven. Cams while based on the Hispanics Ways Aero. Yeah, I mean. It's most in Henry, Ford. They were still friends before I came out. Take a look at it and said. It's too complicated. Nobody can fix it and nobody wants to go seventy miles an hour and every car was a prototype. He always kept trying to improve it and make what was the displacement to sixty five cubic inch, sixty seven horsepower It's one of I'll show you the one of the most beautiful motors you've ever seen. But he built about twelve or fourteen thousand of them, but ultimately he went under, because there supposed to be a two thousand dollar car. Turn out to be a three thousand dollar car when a Ford Model T was two hundred and sixty dollars right Henry Ford genius was he built exactly where people needed and not? One cent more in right. He was kind of McDonald's verses. Foodie Sheffi right. Yeah, yeah, yeah, that's right. Yeah I'M GONNA I'm going to serve crepes on a Taco food at sensible prices. Thank you, yeah, right and so for you. Not Being A. I are Porsche Ferrari guy. Just sort of going I'm looking for the most uniquely ambitiously engineered car with I think. You probably like the story as well like. I bought a career GT. Porsche. But I bought right here. Sorry, two thousand four. I bought the clutch because it had that six. Inch Carbon. Fiber Clutch. So I called portion I, can I get one just to look at it? And it was so impressed with the the clutch I bought the car and I thought Oh I, just found it fascinating. You can put that much power through little six inch clutch, and and it was just a beautifully engineered thing. The Karachi T- Paul Walker famously died with. Partner also somebody else died in one of those cars at. Fontana I believe at some point. Yeah, I don't know and you around Daytona or Talladega. Talladega two hundred miles an hour, nine, hundred, ninety, one, hundred, ninety, one of those hundred labs hundred ninety. One of those cars right probably more dangerous than you thought at what you know. What's really interesting now? This is two four and I'm driving that car going hundred ninety days every time we hit the we get to the corner. Would you feel it start to just? Just move up the wall a little bit. Right thank. He ended, and it's just walking around now. We had Norbert Singer. He's the famous suspension guy from Porsche. He came through and went through the car and did everything then what fifteen years later I'm in DETROIT. With. Z. Are one corvette with tattooed near the. Engineer for for. Corvette. I I call them up and I say we take it to two hundred miles an hour. He said sure okay, so we'll go to the proving ground in Michigan. Again. Tell me podcast. Middle of PODCAST. And I'm with. I chief engineer for Corvette Yeah. We get in the car I said before we go, tell me the first time you two hundred and corvette. He said why I never have. I said. He said I have never been that fast that apartment I. says the first time you going over two hundred miles. An hour is with a comedian who's never been on the track. In a car. You design, but I've never taken to. He said I guess so I said let's go. Do Okay, so we'll get on the check now. We're averaging about. He has to four, but we. We hit to twelve and just kept fifty miles at two hundred and four miles an hour average. Rock steady. Didn't move rarely. Just I'm just unbelievable as far far Brian from the corvette, not not a half a million. But it shows you how far aerodynamics and suspension of have come in just fifteen years. I. Think famously and you guys can look this up if you want just showing off in front of Jay, but Mark Donohue who drove the nine seventeen porsche. I was with his son Oh you are. He was with me. Canam went out to. A set the speed record in that in that car and then nine seventeen. Then he I think died during practice or something very shortly. After but Let's talk about you. Don't have any kids now. You have all these cars. And Motor tons of motorcycles at some point your facilities going to become a museum, not my problem, but I must have some thoughts about it, not really. No, not my problem is I. Don't know whatever happens happens. You know people who make all these plans like. They're going to be looking down to see what happens to their stuff after they. Get it, but you must be approached by the Peterson Museum or somebody says like what are we going? I remember I I get a lot of calls. From from wives, husbands have died, and I answered and purchasing you know. And that's all I've seen. Ghoulish woman called me and her husband had a speedster report like a fifty eight. And she says she's at the funeral. The are lowering the casket into the ground. She feels the tug on her shoulder and the guy goes. Look I know this is probably a very good time, but you know if you give any thought about selling the. Guy's not even in the crown. Areas she goes, it's not it's not a good time. and. The like really the guy doesn't have a clue. So. There's nothing on paper saying this is where these cars are going if now. Maybe I'll. I'll give some thought now. Honey Adams said we should do something about the cards. Seems. I don't know I. IT often crosses my mind maybe I. Don't WanNa Sound Ghoulish, either but I just think there's something that you want. which is which one is it? I never thought in those terms but. Now that you mention now that you mentioned. The McLaren F one. Yeah, yeah, just cards tick, tick, tick a shining to. The greatest out for nothing investment have. People thought I was out of my mind when I bought the car. What you pay for what happened with? I've been reading about him and they'd been out of production like five years is a sorry ninety, three, ninety four. No, this is. The F- mine is the ninety four I got at ninety eight Oh. Okay, sorry, okay so. I really find one so I call McLaren. I speak to Harold, Dermott. Hala Jay. Leno. Yes, yes, just A. I I said. I missed it. We have one here. We Are Black McLaren here on the fifteen It's for sale now. I said how much is it goes eight hundred thousand. That's just what cost new, isn't it? He goes. To, but we think they're going to go up in value I, said. Eight hundred. I said. Want to think about it. I said I'll tell you I'll call you back in two weeks. It was not sold. Abide. So. Hopefully sell. Idiot I am too stupid thing. This is nine hundred and ninety eight. Eight hundred. Get. A nice big house in the hills exaggerate hundred grand. Okay okay so a big so the two weeks ago I. Call them the how Jen hello to. Listen about the. Yes, we've got an inquiry today a query. We've got a query on the car. Tha, damn thing and really the day I call. They're gonNA career like I said well. So. Yes should I call the fell back I. Take it. We'll take it all right. Okay. We'd like you to come over and come for fitting. Fitting we set the seats. You and Blah Blah. You know like but typically English nonsense. Sit in the middle of that guy, yes, in the middle and so I and I bought it and I bought it and His funny, because now now it's a used car. Right and there was a luxury tax of five percent. ON CARS OVER THIRTY THOUSAND DOLLARS IN THE NINETY S. Okay so I bring it in in the custom guy comes in the pot. In the east. Coast New Boston because I had to get certified by guy who would certify. Yeah, and he says Import taxes this and it's fifty thousand dollars. For, the luxury car tax I said, but doesn't apply to US cars. And, the guy says no used car 'cause eight thousand dollars. I ninety four. Here's my lawyer and the information he goes, I don't care. He said No. We can keep it here in the dock for six months or a year until you get all your. Thing or you could pay fifty thousand dollars and get it out tomorrow. High. Pay The fifty. I GONNA do. Okay so that's what I do. So they get here and the cost. The last offer I got for it was seventeen five. Million Point five yeah, one went for twenty, and then one just so privately for twenty four. In. which well, that's why when I stated the one car I wanted. You know. As. Much, as I liked the story about the guy who built the one. Put the Indian engineer. Drove. Drove it from Seattle to New York No. That's cute. Yeah, yeah, but I'll take the McLaren. Saying so if we could just get posted and put my name on sticking to the vendor. Did the one that sold privately for twenty four million bucks. Is that the same some different versions of every once in a while like lightweight or track or something? There's no track version. They're all road cars. They never Elvis Racecar. Our model or it was the last car. You could drive to the mall win. The race and drive home. Wow, it was a streetcar, so the twenty four million dollar one was the same way this year car well with less horsepower with last source because they felt it had too much of an unfair advantage, so they cut about sixty or seventy horsepower from it. Oh that the sanctioning I'd rather sanctioning when they. were. They homologated obligated yes. Came from the factory at six hundred twenty seven owners power. The one that one mile probably had five fifty. Wow I. let me hit J. B. Weld here. 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He was like the Mike Douglas of the West. he he did Ohio and like to Tristate area and he would do that. You'll be talking to you and he would slip into the he said like. A J. lunch today. Not a hamburger giant account Weiner. Con Weiner the world waited communism. I go what? He would just slip into the commercial. Right into it like you're talking to me and your whether J. B. Weld is. The funniest thing it's a little different rhythm than all the tonight show and we're. We were I I liked that guys like you. and to me to some degree or guys like Phil Rosenthal. Phil, Rosenthal likes travelling and he likes food, so we made a show where he travels around needs food. Like meeting people and cars, so he made a show where he gets meet people drive. Maybe. This is why I like. Cars mechanically might be the saying. We are business very subjective. Every day I read some people like me. Some people think I suck. Less fine and they're both correct because I. don't make you laugh then in your eyes I suck, but when something's broken. And it's now running. No one can say it's not running. You can say nuts. You hear it. What fi put your hand on the exhaust pipe? Running you know I mean, and that's what's fun about it. Because when you work in the ground, you put them together. I mean i. feel the greatest sense of elation when I fix something I was driving my AC Cobra. The other day and the steering column just dropped down on me. What is this? Your four twenty, seven, other I got a sixty four to nine, and I went. I went. Oh! We're going to do I'll take that card by the way, too, but I thought the steering box, and I got underneath it and I realized Oh. There's just a nine. Bolt here on the slide. Just, Just tightened up. And then I went for another one hundred mile just because I felt like I had a account I'd done something with my day I taking something's broken and I fixed it, and now works apple fix? Yes, took a while to figure out what it was, but that's okay, and that's why I enjoy the mechanical nature of things because. When you fix something that's broken you. You've done something now and in. You're right. It's beyond reproach show in a world where everyone has an opinion, and you have to argue with everybody about everything and Oh. You think you're an expert. You know Dr. Drew's greatest lament is that everyone argues with him. He has thirty years of medical training people telling him his business all the time, because it just went to web MD and Blah. Blah Blah and I am as a comedian. Sure that guy's funding. That guy's not funny guys route. Route fence if that guy's not offensive, I, said the only thing I miss really about being a carpenter is nobody ever would come up and God. That's the way you do a hinge mortis. I'd do it this way or Jimmy. That are all handle that I'll put that base you up like they couldn't do it. They didn't know how to do it and they'd leave you alone. Yeah, it's so funny I had a guy in the tonight show. I'm sorry I can't remember his name. He's the first blind man ever to climb Everest. And! He's like one of these terrific motivational speakers. And he's he gets so angry because he said he will go, we'll talk about. The father being blind when climbing Everest you. You know you've got to feel everything. You can't look and see alleged. You've got a touch. You can't see you know Eric Eric. Winer May. Wine, Aman mean a sighted person can see. Oh, you're going on alleged that eventually disappear, so go off to this. And he would give his whole talk and know the ova coming to to business people, overcoming adversity, and being able to breathe, and you can't see is at night. He said inevitably. To ago, you know I was going to climb over his last summer, but then you know my kids are in this. Soccer thing and I need to get involved, but I know I was thinking. He says it's all I could do just taking this team. Just whack the guy in the neighborhood. Just because he. He trained for this I. Blind person that unassisted. People with them, but not you know you just and. People, just took yeah. Yeah, I was going to do that. Yeah, and It's GONNA of Trying I. Assure you this all the time. I was going to do comedy, but then I decided maybe insurance sales was more for me well I'm sure he would have been a huge success. Pursued it where you also get a lot of like right. You're lucky met Kimmel when you did. It's like. Kimmel wasn't doing anything when I met him. I wasn't running its own late night. Show they. They love to minimise that that accomplishment I think it just makes it easier for them to sort of accept their lot in life now. How much mechanical! Bleeds into the. Comic or the material, not the material specifically, but the assembly of the material like how much of your you, so your brain is very sort of linear. When you work on things, you have to have an order of you. You have to do things in the right order. You have to be kind of methodical about it. I know you get out work out every week at the Hermosa and. and. I've seen your stand up. It's very funny, but it has a lot of precision. Key would love called precision by Simon Winchester realized of the greatest books she would love this book because it is all about precision starting with steam engines of the seventeen hundreds right up into modern iphone. And, as a comic I always try to to me. The real essence of comedy is economy of words use a SM- fewest amount of words. Will get you the biggest possible the quickey get to the joke. The funnier it is like you Never WanNa repeat a word. In the sentence twice. River River now you said River twice make it. The body water and wanted river and the other. May I mean because you know and I always try to to do that sometimes when you talk to civilians I want to be convinced. They talk like this so I goes to him right and like this guy like he goes to me when I go back to him I got what do mean you mean talk to him that? Just annoying! It's like fingernails on a blackboard. It's the most annoying thing ever so the precision that you enjoy so much in the mechanical world. I would say it's safe to say that that has been brought to your stand-up. Well. Maybe maybe it's unbeknownst. Maybe it's just a way of thinking. Maybe kind of well. You try to use the fewest amount or was trying to I had a joke. Tell me this is funny. You know a lawless. Very, competitive out there in the marketplace with pandemic thing. Like the ninety nine cents store is now accusing the dollar store price gouging. Right funny, I I do on Mar.. Joe H A bunch of chokes on that sometimes this. Week before last, you silly jokes. You know one of my favorite ones is because. You don't really see where it's going. That's kind of part I said. This is true I. Do WanNa, give an Alaska. So I, go up to Alaska. It's February okay. The Sun comes up at eleven thirty in the morning and goes down again thirty in the afternoon. It is like fifty degrees below zero. Yet when I walked into the fifty drugstore, the ice cream was still soft. Why? Why is that I don't understand why that is just like that Joe. That's a good like well fabricated jokes I like I like this. It's like there was a story about a kid in China. That had the vestiges of a third I literally. It wasn't actually, but had the vestiges of a third eye in the center of his forehead. And today lenscrafters said they make them glasses in about an hour and a half. Just like. Legit you love? You love jokes I don't know I don't know I'm trying to think of like how to. How you would. Everyone has to describe this style now to everyone. You know he's a storyteller. He's a comedian sells tour. I mean stories. What I really enjoy the most. I told the story the other day I was doing my. Jane! Garage things drive my fifty seven Chrysler imperial. And I talked about the Guy, my dad had a friend. Day Mario the carpenter. And Mary had a fifty nine awesome deal. Convertible. Silva red. Leather Interior and Mario was the classic fifties Italian guy from New York with the jet black hair, the big muscles he had the Marlboros rolled up in this sleeve, and my mother, who was in Scotland and was the most conservative person you could imagine. I heard of say to one of her girlfriends or that Mario when he comes by women swoon. Oh, So one day we're having. We always had Sunday dinner. We ate dinner at one thirty, two o'clock, and there was always a big dinner Sunday. Sunday dinner, and my dad invited Mariel the carpenter, so Mario comes in, and he's still got the t shirt on the dinner with the Marlboros. He sits down. So I. Look at Mary on my mom. I, look at the table, Mareo, look at mom. My mother goes. What what are you doing? I will mom you, said the women, all swoon whenever Mareo comes down, see but I. Just ran a lot to self. Rather move like. He's got the Marlboro and smoking like Khakis Guy. Funny just funny. You know I used to love those things when I was a kid. You know when I was I I used to like to Sunday dinners, because I get to sit with the adults you know and one day where Amazon when you're a kid I'm like seven, you know. And I had my uncle Louie who was? A bachelor. Who a lot of women you know! My mother said now Louis Wiz that liberty of the we should not seen her anymore. How come? Michael Lugos she was frigid and my mother to. Lips tighten. Just throw him a look. You know and Lube realized the kids at the table and look and see my dad like he's looking away. Free. Passed us all whatever so fine, so then the next day I go the lab look the word frigid, it says frozen as in a block of ice frigid okay. Next. We have Sunday dinner. Loose sitting there and I think this is a kid Lavar. Sorry to hear about We passing away. My! Talk, what. Well. She froze to death in a block of ice or something. My uncle was when he talked about well last week said she was frigid. My Dad falls out of the chair. Lewis lab that was the beginning that was the inception of the Children's table from the next from that point on invented the car. The car tables off to the side. I ate dinner with the other kids off to the sides of the last time. We ate grownup table I just I. Just love those kind of stories. They just make me laugh. I was thinking about the I. Joke I could ever remember telling. Was that same around the dinner? Table Joke. It was if it was yours was a from the mouth of Babes kind of joke. Mind was sort of intentional which is. My family's kind of busted up. We didn't have the Sunday dinners, but my grandparents lived nearby and my grandfather. My step grandfather Hungarian and he would cook. Goulash and and other Hungarian food which I loved, and so we'd go to their house for dinner. And I said to my grandfather. Goulash and I said to him what is Goulash mean what's a translation of Goulash and he said Thought about he said. Cowboy Cowboy Sfu. Means Cowboys do they would call it and I said Oh so when your kid play. In Indians and You I seven and a half year bad wasn't wasn't bad. You could tell the little gears turning and the and the comedy department. And I guess that's kind of how I always thought I got of pulled into the blue collar. World spent too much time there. Do you find that? I find that every funny thing ever said Oh has made a little indentation in my mind. Well I remember being no more than four or five, and my mother took me everywhere because we couldn't afford a babysitter and we went to my aunt eady's. Women would meet for wine. You know all the MOMS in the answer and my mom would bring me along I. Remember sitting there and all the women who know third glass of wine. And I. My Mom said I put my hand up. I said, and this seemed like a perfectly legitimate question I said how come women have humps like Campbell's. Just what I say what I say. That don't. They say But I I remember I can see the room I could see the wallpaper I remember all the people there right now. It's funny I joke. I ever told that got a lab was Mrs Allen Class in the fourth grade and she's talking about Robert. About what Robin Hood Robin Hood. The sheriff. Of Nottingham was very cruel. He would often boil Robin's men and oil I. Put my hand up and I said. Do, you know. What do you know why he did that to Tuck? And, she said No. Why is it because he was a friar? Okay! I i. that's not funny but I. I could see. I could see like she's kind of laughed. So then we class. Bell rings you've got enough class. And after the next one of the Teachers Leno. Would she said do says somebody fryer clever was as fry. Oh, she told my joke in the tall. Wow, the ultimate. Oh yeah, that was that was like ooh. Hours remember that they got a big laugh. I got a big lab is. So for you you Never WanNa always wants to know where it comes from, but. My parents were particularly funny I. All my God hilarious they. Got It from them. My Dad was loud. A prizefighter and Italian and my mom was quiet, demure Scotch woman, and they were the funniest people. I mean they just. You know is a kid to watch the Scotch side. When we were go to my Antonetti House that was my mother's side. Would you like a school? And Jamie and she gave me the stale biscuit. Would you like a Coca Cola and she kept Coca Cola in the cupboard. Because you don't need to refrigerator team, it tastes the same it's in a can. It doesn't matter whether it's Makola Teesta same and she paul coke and of solve the fish would come out and have the stale biscuit, and and then we will go to an eighties house and it would be. Be meatballs and LASAGNA and Spaghetti, and then whenever the challenge would come, they pulled me Jeanie. The Italian people waste Food Jamie this. This twenty-five meatballs Jamie this only for people who is coordinator almost meet policies a terrible thing the way they raise food, the Italian people and you know, and then my uncle Jake come over here and he'd slip me. Five Bucks listen. Listen to those Scotch people that she bested know, and it was just funny. It was just because I was always. Everybody was vying for my affection and vying for my attention, trying to win me over. You know so. I had a wonderful childhood. A you know it was. It was an ethnic childhood, and that sense that we're Talian and my mother was scotching the. The, Jewish family, the Henry's leads across the street and it was everybody had their own I was like a Shabas Guy Goi. My job was to go to turn off the lights with Jewish people on the Sabbath and do other so I mean it was just it was just fun. I enjoyed it. My and my parents were were very funny. People that way just. My you know my embarrassing, my mother, my. My mother hated to have attention drawn herself. you know and she does. He want to get to school. He stay quite. Don't put a hand up. Don't tell me Your Angelenos boy. I'll listen to your mother. You say Angelinos, my father, you know so I would always be so. There was always something on both sides you know like. When I was a little kid, we will go to the market and I would run away. And now he's wrapped magical. Could you pay Business Catherine Lenovo? What Katherine Lonzo. My mother, so saying your name supermarket, you'd run up and grabbed me, you know. What are your I just? Whether it's interesting. 'cause you Kinda have a dichotomy where you you like being up on stage, you'd like people like interacting with people. And then there's a kind of quiet work on the car loan kind of solitude. You know. Go out to the garage on a week. Dane, so maybe you have both both that Sorta coursing through your veins Oh. Yeah, yes, because I think you know when I got the tonight show, it was originally the tonight show starring Jay Leno. and My mother who starred in Lynn who listeners to being shot starting? Niemoeller everything's kind of a show of thing to do. Don't you think gee meeting I, said mom, that's just the way were started Jay. He's the Big Star, but my mother couldn't get past so i. just change it tonight. Show with Jay Leno just just. Jansher, just a placate my mother because Stott Agenda Mr, who's who listed him? He's used to shut starting Jalen. Yeah Oh you. How Arias they just? My mother couldn't get past that. Maybe she's gave you the now. What I've dubbed the no self esteem. The the no self esteem frees you up to get into a Porsche GT and try to set a speed record talented. It's one of those phony speed. It's one of those records they make up. Nobody has gone one hundred ninety one hundred ninety miles an hour, one hundred miles in a porsche gt, so it's it's not like I. Beat some professional racecar driver. It's just a record I. Get it, but I've been around I. One of the reasons I wanted to talk to you today as I watch Jay. Leno's garage and I see the go. We're going to go up in a fire helicopter, and so the guy goes. Get on Chinook. Whatever you climb into the fire. Helicopter next is just taken off. PROPS SNORKEL DOWN over the swimming pool picks up the water now. He's banking hard, and you're flopping around back there. You jump in the Hammy underclass. Jumped in the race car with me at the race in Fontana and I think most people wouldn't just jump into those things well, that's fun. That's the fun part fun for you but scary for others with higher self esteem well sitting down being forced to do a math problem that would be frightening, right or having to spell I. I can't spell, I'm. How'd you do all the cue-card work? With the. Being dyslexic and well I remember is most stuff. You remember most of it, but I would have you know Oh. Yeah, that's an excellent. Yeah, that's why you're teleprompter would always throw me because it moves with a cue card. Everything is on the card, so if I jumped ahead, I, could go back. It's all in front of me so I could I could be able to read out loud. Oh yeah, that was not. That was not a problem. dyslexia kicked in with the writing. Or spelling or anything of that nature yeah. was, not dyslexic, but I didn't learn to read a right, and so I had a lot of trouble spelling still do reading and I remember. At the beginning cue cards were scary to me because I could not read and reading out loud in front of the class was scary enough, but for a few million people and when my first two weeks tonight we're live life. Oh, live live live, because there's some kind of strike going on, so edna cue cards so Ed's memorize a monologue. Fourteen minute monologue every day the first two weeks. Yeah, the first two weeks. Yeah, she get out of the gate. How how long did they have gas after Carson? Did they have guests? Didn't you mean guess hosted a new? Just me just went right from. Two Year! You'd probably like that story. Would there were this is why I never took a job for the money? There were like a half, a dozen people that were regular guesses. Was the permanent associate kind of the ball there at the end of Carson's rain, he would once or twice a week on guest host or how he was off fifteen weeks a year. Okay, so they had all held, and there was a manager who? Had as clients like of the six or seven guys. He had like five the guesthouse. Yeah, and he called me I'll be his listen. We're going to go to Kars morale. In twenty five thousand dollars a show, each one of our guys. And they want you to join us and I said you know what I'm asking for five hundred and twelve dollars a show. He said well. We can get twenty five thousand dollars show. We've got it in the past I said. I know but I get five hundred dollars. I. Keep my five hundred twelve dollars. And then I'm named. Guest hosts duh right. Johnny owned The show. He's paying for out of his pocket. Why would he shall out? One hundred thousand dollars a week. What it would be to get five four different guest host. When you got this guy for five hundred twelve dollars. We all got about the same raining so and that's when I learned. I never argue about money. What is it pay fine? Like, I do Tim Allen Show. I have no idea what it pays I, I don't even look I. Just go because I liked him. It's a thrill to beyond. We're going into our sixth season on the show and it's. It's fine. It's fine because I make my money. That helps me make money. Yeah, yeah, no, I agree. Kevin hench my friend. The Guy runs show and I'm I'm happy to see on Tim show and Tim's on your show lot. Yeah, I agree I. Don't I don't think people understand that. By the way, even if it paid relatively well wouldn't make a difference in your life. It's not even worth no. I mean it's, but I mean it's not the end all beal. I mean to me you don't want to. Outlive don't want to outperform your worth. If that makes any sense, you know you, you know. If you're worth more, you'll get an you know I mean that was. I never really asked for a raise in the tonight show. I got him the. One of the first conversations I ever had about money in in in radio is I was sitting in probably trip ribs office at K rock. Who was the General? There he basically saying you're GONNA take over. Do Love Line and we're GONNA talk about how much to pay you. I offer, he said I'll make you. The highest paid part time employees at K Rock and part time, employees, van, drivers and phone. By seven dollars an hour. Two hours a night doing a show that was going to be widely syndicated and stuff and I just I said to him clear as a bell, said trip. I'm I would do it for free I'm not I WANNA. Talk I want to. I want to experience everything, but as long as you're making money off it then I wanna get paid, but make no. Excuses I would definitely do it for free, but if you're going to get rich I'd like to get some of that. That's that's sort of my approach. The lorries you never hammered. When you're tonight, show checks, or they all just went to the bank. Why ankh them? Right cast put him no. I always wanted to live on the money I made as a comedian. I always wanted to be hungry. I never wanted to be one I never wanted to be. That's why this pandemic didn't bother me a whole lot. I've never taken a vacation. So when one enforced on me, okay I have no choice, okay, fine, write, and I never wanted to be a guy that go how much to I'm not going there for that kind of money, and then wanted to be one of those performance. Because I lived on the street when I first came out, I used to sleep on the stairs behind the comedy store what? What I used to do. When I came to Hollywood, I would go to open houses on Sunday from noon to four I. Get the Open House at three thirty. I'd walk around and say see you later. Thank you and then I go upstate. Sneak upstairs. Go into a bedroom. Shut the closet door, and I. Sit there for an hour until the guy lockup, and and then I live in the house for data to really and one day I was sleeping on the House on cold water, which was logged onto the beach. Boys, apparently assembly, and I'm just sleeping in the bed and i. hear the real to now. Here's the master bedroom. The two kids then somebody the. What are you doing here? Get Out! We'll I get dressed. Please I cannot aggressive ran out the back door, and that was the only time I got caught, but that's what used to do. I usually just go to open houses and I never. I never took anything damage the house. I always made the bed when I left and I would just because I had no place to live. Meaning You can have it all or have nothing you're. You've kind of done both both of that. I like having all better than nothing it's. It's better, but. Everything is sort of gravy for you. From where you come from or or younger version of yourself, yeah, yeah, I think so I never thought I mean no one ever thinks by. Having a square feet of warehouse. Do you have now? Hundred, forty, thousand, one, hundred and forty thousand square feet I mean obviously no never anticipated. No I haven't thought about it I. Thought I remember. I was in New York. And I had no place to live in I was I used to sleep in the alley at forty, four, th and ninth right across dykes lumber yard. Used to go to that every night at midnight or one and I would just go to sleep and here's a place where in hookers bring John's, and they're just here. The most horrible I. This is my life, really awful and my friend Louis had just bought a house for thirty eight thousand dollars in Massachusetts and I went to visit a minaret. Man, I will never have like this. This is unbelievable. The other house and garage was married and I thought man. This is well, I'm I'm just GONNA. Keep doing this and see what happens. and Luckily it panned out, or but yeah, no I never I. Know I never thought. I never thought anything would would come a hundred and forty thousand square feet. All right I'm going to do a quick commercial ore last. Last spot. Bet Online when you're sleeping in that lumber yard back in the day. I bet you wish you had bet online nothing to bet on right well. There's hundreds of events out there. You can props and things to wager on. 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Thanks for doing my show or the podcast or whatever it is are being in the dock, or whatever it is anyone that doesn't have to be that hard. It'd be easy. It does have to be that difficult and I always think of you because. In this town, you know you call the guy and he wants to know why he didn't go through publicist, or whatever that is, and it's like it doesn't have to be. Hard at all you know, that's the one thing I found that people think the other thing is people have? This idea is horrible cutthroat business? It's not I mean Steve Martin helped me tremendously Harvey Korman. Come into so me. They told Carson about me when I got fairly well known I Talk Carson About Ellen Degeneres. She got to come in and see this girl. She's really funny I. Mean Comics like to help other? Other comics I always tell comedians you will always get more work from the other comedians that you starting out with, and you'll ever get from an agent at the beginning, and it's true I. Don't find it to be that way and I. Don't find it that hard to me on the tonight. Show people that say my guess to accompany has to leave after he can't say on the couch. You've got places to go. Really gotta go. Yes, we have to go. All Right? Okay they go by has got a Lee. Thank you, and then the show's over, and you're still hanging around backstage. Right and I go. What was that all about what we think? It looks better when it looks like you know I mean you're not on. You're not on TV. You would have been on TV if you stay. It doesn't make any sense. Yeah, I agree I. I feel. Exact exact same way I, was thinking about Jay endanger and reached out them a couple of days ago I, said YOU WANNA. Come on the show. And he said Yeah and then so I, called my Guy Mike and said what. He said Wednesday, and I said Jay have i Wednesday Jason I gotTa Work Wednesday, but how about Monday Tuesday I said Yeah. Okay, here we are. I agree and I feel the same way with Jay. Leno's garage. Whatever whatever capacity you want me, I'll tell you. A great story Oh dangerfield yeah. Rodney and I were good I love Rodney. Rodney on the tonight show my artist because I love doing that. Times are off on a rough Jay. I'd love. I'd love being. Rodney St Mary's everything. And one day is watching them and he's off by. I can tell these off the audience incendiaries up. He was sweating and. Tell you grab as tie was grabbing his tight far lower than it usually everything was. So, he's still in his routine. You know and I. I said the WWL predict produce a call paramedics I think Rodney's having a stroke. And she's really just come. Okay, so Riley sits down and he's fine. Then, the show ends and riding his dress, so he's doing. Stand doing. It looks a little odd. And he sits down hey Jay Hawaii, and he's you know you always pats as far as like. He's sweating, but he was really sweat. and. Anyway, okay, then he's on the singer and okay, and then the show ends rotties. Then the paramedics show up and go right to sway. Paramedics when we talked. What are you talking to me about? I? Think you had a stroke. He goes what he's right, so they give them a stroke. Wow, so they take him to the hospital, okay? So then we're sort of monitoring them. After this point him on what the times and then he had a terrible stroke and was in a coma. And I went to see him in the hospital. His wife Joan is the greatest. And she said Jay Ronnie's in a coma. I think he can hear us, but he can't respond. By Rodney how you doing nothing. So she says Jay put your finger on Rodney Sands. I put my finger. And she goes Rodney. If you know what Jay squeezes finger. So feel a slight squeeze and I go Rodney. That's not my finger. And Rodney doesn't. And he and he did a jump. He just did. He did a tweak. We made him laugh and Jones go joe got us. And but he moved, and then he died. Fairly soon after that, but I was just a great thing to make Rodney Laugh one time the last person to me, and I know from the last person to go with. Really, funny nurse It. It was just. It was just if you got to be a comic, you know. And he was the greatest always about the jokes. No political opinion no it just. Comes out there boom boom boom and he was in his eighties, and you still found out, so you know always so interesting about that story is. The rhythm is so. Intricate. And someone like you who'd been up on stage for so long and been exposed to so many Comedians, even when the audience couldn't tell, you could tell from peripheral from the side almost that the rhythm like you aren't responding as a you're listening to the. Terrific. It's like writing to their member. The first time I saw Seinfeld. He had a rhythm to his jokes. He talked about going to the amusement park and you come to. The! What do they call the bomb? Cars of the hopeless father and son team you know and I just liked the way he phrased that Letterman to Letterman was a great great, still live wordsmith, and he's had this thing about local radio stations and self importance and I think to do it the way Dave does but. He said we are diametrically opposed to the use of a of orphans yardage markers on public, of course we. You know. The use of orphans, yard is more. I just liked the way, and that's why I introduced myself and I said I. How do you phrase like that? Because I was a better performer than I was right at the time, and dad was a comedy store. was, a much better right and he was performer. Dave could never understand how I get upset. Save just talking right and I understand now. He could have these intricately. Intricately well woven jokes, and we just got to be friends that way and we I think we each took a little bit from one another you know. Are you guys still friends they? Don't really converse I. Mean Dave's an interesting guy. Yeah, not a converse. No, no, but I think there's a mutual respect and I. You know it is when you start out with people in this business. Even if you have nothing else in common. There was a bond. Your your brothers in comedy. Whatever you WANNA call it. You have this bond you know it's. It's like you know Kimmel on I had. A kind of butted heads while, but now I love the Guy I, think he's gray. And because you realize there's only seven people in the world, do what you do. If the only ones, it really understand it, you know and It's it's it it so you can't really dislike him. You know even though we don't have a lot in common. We had comedy in comment and making Dave laugh was always my favorite thing to do. It's still is when I used to do. His show was my great greatest time in my life because. Dave always like laughing on the way to the joke more than the Joe I would say. The old Manson place. You know where Charlie Manson place where you Leno Yeah. Yeah we we would. We would get this sorta roll going and it was really funny. It was really great and I really enjoyed it I would. I knew Dave always got nervous before he went on so whenever I would do his chard stand backstage with like a huge meatball sub, and soon as I come to open all star you. They've tried this. Because how could you were going on? And how can you eat before you go on? Throw up and hope gave close to Russia and he would just bring them meatball sandwich out and be pulled roll out on his desk and he would get all night, I. Mean it was. It was just a lot of fun. I remember watching those early appearances with you on Leno. On letterman, show and It was just so good, if so organic his, so it was so funny and it was. I guess innocent or is in a way that just just. I it's interesting when you travel through your career and you know I can picture. Shimmy. The Acapulco in Mexican food place because I had a two for one coupon. and. He's such a foodie now, but back then to Acapulco restaurant and Burbank was good eaten. By two for one coupon and conversations about like we can order one, but the second one's not going to be free. It's more than the first one, so you gotta get the expensive one of. These moments these thoughts almost seems like a different life, a weird weird way. Well Jay I say we do this again because. Tell me want there's a lot more here to get to and Jay? Leno's garage. Wednesdays ten o'clock eastern CNBC. Yeah, that'd be on tonight is on right at Wednesday's. Yes, this is Wednesday. Leblanc tonight and Craig Ferguson other great comic, good guy, very good guy. Your mom would like him. Yeah, I think Scottish Scott it. Yeah, you know it's funny. I kept thinking when your mom and the Scots were talking about being thrifty. There was a whole brand out here in I. Think it was Ralph's now. Yeah, maybe he's roused or maybe there was a whole brand called. Scotch Scotch brand. Scotch brand was too cheap, generic version of the cleanser, the soap or whatever, but it was. Fifty. Two, and I was like Oh sky. Watch these commercial ten. I'm from north look I didn't know what this means. Somehow hilarious hilarious for this all right, we'll get into the paddy wagon next episode Jay Leno's Garage Wednesdays. just, and you can also watch a youtube show. Show the Youtube Channel Jay, Leno's garage phone. She didn't between Leno. Good Sports is coming up and tell. I'M GONNA be. Be In Zanies Nashville Tennessee right coming up to shows. We are wealthy. You back on Saturday. Life shows again they're they're doing live shows in a lot of parts of the country and doing it about three quarter capacity. Right I get to go out and get paid to stand up so I'll keep doing that, but that's normal, right three-quarter capacities. So until next I'm Jay Leno. Saying Mahala stay close Adam Corolla Dave DAMASEC and jail sawn in return for good sports right after this. Shit. The broadcast warned sports network presents good sports analyst sports fans welcome to a special edition of the Thursday installment of Good Sports Oh. We're going to have some hot sports. Talk Times to hear nee times three Dave Damasec here Adam Corolla over there and ace. We have a very special guest here on good sports, MMA great. Chill son, and with the right about fifty fifty, just a couple fights under fifty mixed martial arts, fights, and a a funny in an all around good guys, well good talk to jail. What's happening? Guys Nice to be here the podcast. Is You're welcome with? New episodes every Wednesday and Friday on podcast. One and website is son. Dot Com Let's talk UFC because i. feel like they of all organizations probably did the best job of staying down the the least amount being creative Being fluid and getting back up and running. Certainly quicker than than any other professional sport I can I can think of and except for the aforementioned corn holing. So, what what fights coming up? And who do you like? Cornhole is an underrated game by the way if you've never played. For All ages and out of fun I like all the fights coming up look ultimately, we're going to have the heavyweight championship, cormet versus debate. That's sometime this year. That's true trilogy. Fight they they fight and the third time. If they split the first two, I think it's very cappelli. They both beat the heck out of one another on their respective nights so now they gotta do it a third and final time. That's probably the one most looking forward to. Who Do you like? Sorry, go ahead A. That fight you know I. Think I think Cormier with everything Eddie say this is his last fight I. believe in. He is going out, I know he's a competitor at heart. He wants to go out on. The right knows what he's going to the right game plan. He's going to take steep down. Hold on there. Maybe it's even a Dole night and he wins ten nine with the judges. Cormet does have the skills to beat them, but I don't know if he has the discipline steep, it will take you out of your game. And if he does, debate will hurt you very bad. He's a good fighter out of steep as a good fighter. Now go ahead. Check check I'm just curious about because it's gotten a fair amount of news in the last couple of weeks or so from John. Oliver now with fight island. You know what goes I I'm fascinated by the idea of it I. I mean I. It seems like other sports are kind of learning from it, too. Too because you hear about these you know hyper localized kind of places that there may be have to play some of the playoff games and to keep whatever, but this fight island is the Oh. Gee, what what insight is there? Are there like hotels? How do you get there to watch this thing? Okay, so my mind is in the same place your mind. Is it okay I? Don't know about a lot about a private island. All I know is what my mind goes to. I'm picturing the movie castaway. There's nothing there are there. Hotels are the restaurants to your. Is there a hospital? For medical needs what exactly does an island look like and I. Don't think it's any of those things. I think this is a place likely a resort type atmosphere that does buildings and shops in airports in these type, things but Dana has been so quiet about this. I gotta You I don't think that was ever his plan. I think he was just came out with this idea. The media has spun fight island a sensation. Not only my curious much like you there now selling merchandise that says. Says Fight Island now Dana is purposely telling nobody anything because the speculation has been such a marketing success whereas I don't know here I'll tell you one thing. I have a teammate page van, Zandt. She just got a contract sent to her yesterday to do a fight on fight island and we were both so excited. Because that contract calls legally for a location, they have to put down the location. Guess what they put on a legally binding contract fight island. We know nothing while you're that contract. Page van sand and she is attractive in person issues on TV. Yes, Adam, you-know-what. Her personality is more beautiful than her physical essence. If you will, she is one of the best teammates I've ever had on days. She's hurt and she's been deal with the very public injury to her arm. She's practice every day on time even if she can't get on the matches, a hello for everybody is a pat on the back as their teammates lead the room behind the scenes, I gotTa tell you. She is aces in my book. Where is? CYBORG. She went from unbeatable to she. Literally Cyborg went from a woman who oh, she could beat half the men in her weight division to guess she's done. What happened okay. What's most intimidating woman in the history of time? As far as I've ever seen. She runs into Amanda Nunez. Turns Out Amanda is a better fighter. The CYBORG Amanda takes the belt. CYBORG gets in a fight public fight with Dana White which nobody has ever won playing playing that hand, but she attempted to be the first she didn't win. She ended up baskin for release. They granted it to her. She went to ballot or she actually won the championship. She's the reigning champion one hundred forty pounds for ballot for now. Is there any talk about a rematch? Her coming back. I gotTA. Tell you I mean we're things happening in the sport, but it's a stretch. That fight wasn't competitive, but I do think cyborgs every bit as good as a mandate for whatever that's worth, but it doesn't match up well. It turns into a shootout cyborgs, Barry Powerful, but Amanda turned out to be a little more powerful, and I think that's a hard sell in all fairness, look or they. The two best women yeah for sure, but when a fight only lasts sixty one seconds I think it's hard to repackage. There's a reason Tyson and spinks didn't fight a second time, and at that time that was the biggest boxing match ever, but it was also settled the. Sorry you watch. Tyson versus spinks, and you just go. We never need to see that again. Never need to sit. What was that? I was in the sixth grade when that fight happened twelve years old off the top of my head, there was three knockdowns. The final at being stopped all in the first round. I believe the contest was ninety three seconds of that ninety three thirty seconds was the referee county number so to your point, not a lot to see here while spinks entered the ring with an ace bandage around his right knee, which is never a good sign and also. I always tell people when it came to Tyson I. Tell them the same thing if you're ever abducted by al-Qaeda. You got one shot. Once you get in the van. It's over and now you're probably going to get killed out in the street, but you got one shot. Go forward. If you ever tried to hide from Tyson. If you ever tried to defend yourself from Tyson, you're in the van and next thing you know you're reading a prepared statement. That's the thing you had one which is wrestle. Vow paid a guy in the street. You're still GONNA get shot, but you still have that one little little opening. That's how I always thought of Tyson fights sorry. Sorry, Shack head tastic analogy by the way you deserve credit for that. That was brilliant. Thank you I. It's funny, though because you kind of touch on something that it seems to me that and correct me. If I'm wrong I'm interested for your insights on it. It's like football. There's been a flow. Certain defenses know how to arrest certain offenses, and then in the offseason the offense adjusts, and there's a back and forth cat-and-mouse thing that goes on over the over the years. It feels to me like M. that the takeaway. Is that things get? Get outmoded a certain style once it gets defeated much like Michael spinks against Mike, Tyson, there's no reason to carry on. That style doesn't work anymore, and it's going to lose, and it feels progressive in athletic sense of you know what I mean. Is that accurate to say that I disagree with that? Yeah, we'll definitely see techniques if that's what you're talking about the yeah, those of sports that sometimes we'll go away, but sometimes they will refurbish. They'll have a comeback where the now all of a sudden. They're new again and when they become new again. Again then people were prepared defensively for him, so we will see a little bit of trade off, but the one of them is so new in all fairness that it is outgrowing itself at a very rapid pace, you know I don't know that football could say the same thing or basketball that's been around a lot of games on a lot of teams, a lot of studying a lot of coaches and athletes Nma may in many ways is in the infancy I hear other people say I don't know how much I believe the infancy still but. It is progressing in a very short period of time. You know speaking of spinks by the way guys random topic, but since we're on spinks, he he never fought again after Tyson which is. Every fighter comes back right, and we all ended up the same way. Face down and embarrassed speaks got that one time he left with some money. He has a managers that robbed a museum some lawsuits now I literally just read about him three nights ago, but for the most part he's got his wits, senses and moved on in life. Good for Spanks, yeah I wish we could say as much about Leon has an older brother and the name just popped into my head. Marvis frazier remember when they put him in with homes and. It's one thing to get knocked out. It's another thing when the guy you're fighting is just peppering you with Jabs, and then also using his free arm to gesture the wrath like hey. Could you please stop me from doing what I'm doing to? This other human beings like has attention is on pummeling Marvis Frazier, and the other half is like a coup. We end this or we gotta keep going. Yeah, that I don't know what Marvis Frazier. Gary ever he he must've. Got Back and got I think that's Trevor Berbick notwithstanding the late. Trevor. Berbick but Marvis frazier that might be the most severe knockout Tyson ever on anybody I think he, literally with an Uppercut, lifted marvis frazier off the ground with an uppercut that knocked them out. One of the nasty knock in history. I gotTa tell you guys I thought Adam was mispronouncing Marvin, Hagler when he said I don't know who Marvis is. I and I follow boxing very closely I'm not recalling Marvis. Frazier isn't I gotta go. Look him up. Marvis frazier fought three times after Tyson. Winning all of them finished with a nineteen two record well, he was Joe Frazier. Son, that's that's the reason you. You would probably know him and. He. He also fought Larry Holmes. I'm sure he fought Larry Holmes. The deal is this. His only other law, so are not too bad. You're heavyweight boxer and you have to losses and people. Like who did you lose to Larry Holmes and Mike Tyson? Not Too Shabby! Guy Just to get in there regardless of the outcome right I mean many other men had tried. Many other men failed at that same duo, but you got a lot of courage in my book. Oh my God anyone who got in with Tyson? Days and look give Larry Holmes has do that guy. That guy put together huge winning streak had a huge. I am convinced that if he looked if if Larry Holmes looked like Mike, Weaver with his shirt off I. I used to spend some time with Mike Weaver Mike. Weaver was an honest you. Are you guys familiar with what Mike Weaver looked like with a shirt off and his boxing trunks. He was literally Donnas and Larry homes look like he had a little bit of a Dad Bod, his whole career and I think he didn't get the respect because he was kinda smooth. You know but that Jab of man. There's something about that Jab, which is, it doesn't work as well with the spotty. It works better with the smooth body. The Jab Thoughts Jail I. Fully agree with you and you're right. That guy did look like he was carved out of stone in all fairness. I fully agree with you on that. By the way you had mentioned Leon spinks a minute ago and I have to tell you my favorite, Liane on spinks quote of all time. He got himself a new Mercedes. Benz us. Some of his money bought himself a new car and he told the media the Mercedes. Benz is the Cadillac of the automobile. Once I. To be funny. Now I once went to a baseball game and Leon spinks. Sat directly in front of me the seat directly in front of me. And he stood up once during the game, and I got the shout once in my life down in front the champ it was it was. It was just an excellent. Homes as I think the other thing is just like Mr. Forli learned from trying to succeed. Mr Roper was too much. Larry Holmes was succeeding my. Alley and he didn't have a rival. The fight that I wish we could say is Prime Larry Holmes against Prime Mike Tyson that flight man, because to your point about who I mean. six-foot-five Larry Holmes could've kept Mike Tyson at Bay with that Jab I think. We've learned that with Tyson. Tyson was a bully, and that's how he fought and anyone whoever retreated from a bully, was they always? You're in a twenty two by twenty two. Area with a with a rope around that you're not gonNA. Get Away so eventually. The bully walks you down and beat you. Vander Holyfield. Didn't let himself get bullied. He walked to Tyson. They stood in the front of the Ring Holyfield was just trading hooks with him in the center of the ring. then. Of course, famously What's his name in Japan? Who beat him? Luster Buster Douglas as another guy who brought the fight to Tyson. If you watch that Buster Douglas Fight, he's doubling up the JAB and coming right after it with the cross and Tyson wasn't used to seeing that Tyson was used to seeing guys back on their heels, protecting themselves not in an offensive posture, but in a defensive posture and what we learned about Tyson is when you bring the fight to him, he becomes human. That's what Teddy Atlas always talked about I. Think Tending Atlas and Mike Tyson worked some of the differences, but Teddy to tell people that look don't back down from the bullies soon as somebody stands up to. Break it down that it wasn't about the punches and the hooks and the jabs, and he would say it was the character issue. This guy has to be the bully in the room of view. Stand up to him and that was a surprise with buster. By the way you know. Biggest upset of Balto was at nine to one or even ten to one day, I heard fifty one before I mean yeah. Mike was or any athlete whatever experience he has. Eventually you do listen to the media when the media tells you, you got an easy night. There's a part of you. The believes that and I'll tell you guys if you ever find yourself in a battle. That's harder than you thought it was going to be. That's when things can unravel very quickly forty two to one odds. What is it great? Teddy Atlas? Corner blowing it son. He's probably. Probably talking to Michael Moore at that point, he's fighting for the championship Michael Moore's probably fighting against Holyfield at that point, but there's a great piece of footage if you've ever have you ever wanted Teddy Atlas it as best. It's him talking to Michael Moore in the corner, probably the ten th round of his first championship fight. It's probably probably fighting Holyfield Gary and he's doing the you're blowing. It's on I'M NOT GONNA lie to you. If you remember that speech and if you've ever heard that that speech. Many times it's on youtube right now for for any of your viewers out of yes, all right, so screw it. We don't need to pull it up, but I I love that guy. I Love Teddy Atlas, Passion I just am not in a sexual way. Not In a sexual. No, no, no. I WANNA be clear I, love his passion for the sport of boxing. I love the Best Teddy Atlas. It is best when there's a bad call you know when someone gets a hometown decision, and then they go to him. NEX and he goes Berserk. That's my favorite Teddy Atlas moment and I fully agree with you and you know what he's got in trouble commentating for that reason like some of the networks will say hey, you know. Got You got to support? The product and Eddie will net. Teddy will never support a product over the sport itself. He has integrity of the sport. They quit using them for the Olympic Games because those judges were so corrupt. Teddy was right. Ted, he's the one that called him out at the last Olympics. In Rio three boxing judges were removed from Olympic Village and can never return because of corruption. They were taking money NBC like caught on camera. It was just terrible. Teddy was right on everything, and he always stands up for the integrity of boxing, and it hurts them, and it shouldn't hurt him. People should agree with you at that. He's right for doing that. Tells, the truth, and that's helpful there but ACIS point to I never understand the guys in the corner that are lying to their guy like tell them. Yeah, you're losing. You better win the next couple rounds or this one's why this thing like you're doing great. Why not do? It seems like. You're doing a disservice to your fighter. When you go, no everything's going on right when they're clearly losing. The worst was Lou. Duva I think it was cornell whitaker, but I can't remember if it's him or not. Going against a an unbeaten like Julio Cesar Chavez. At that point Julio. Cesar Chavez like ninety six and Oh, and he's beating him. and Lou Duva it's. It's the fifteenth round. The twelfth round whatever they had back. That's a last round and Lou Dumas's like you've gotta get him. Go get him. He's won every round. You're about to beat the greatest fighter middleweight history and you tell them take the fight him, and you've got a guy with great footwork. Great Movement, Great Head Movement that Guy Coulda got on his bicycle danced around for three minutes walked away with the championship. I don't know if it's Meldrick Taylor. Heat or per now, whitaker, either one of those guys. I can't remember which. was to go get him, and he goes and trades and with eight seconds left. Who they are say who says Chavez knocks him out. Because, they're trading. He had no business trading. I mean I respect it I, appreciate it, but got damn. There is some strategy to the sport people. Adam you're right. You don't have to beat your opponent. You just gotTa beat the clock. Football all the time they take in the run out the clock and I think that was Meldrick now as Meldrum Taylor yeah. But. Meldrick was the one that was beating Julio seat. You're a referee. Stepped in and call it a Tko with like seconds left, and everybody thought that that a terrible I saw with the Repsol. Whether Meldrick was winning that or not whether it was short time or not, he was not defending himself and I thought Caesar won that Fight Fair and square? Even if by the wire I I look one hundred percent. Agree with you. And that it's not the refs job to look at the clock. It's his job to look at the fight and. Why are you taking that away from Julio Cesar Chavez. He's winning this. It's three. It's a three minute round. You have to stop when he's out. Whatever there's a rule. With thirty seconds left. We won't stop it well then. How's that fair to the guy who's beating the crap out of the other guy trying to get his hand raised with seconds left on the clock? Sure No, you run that thing all the way. I still to this day I see what the rest saw and it was very sad for Mellberg. That would have been Caesar Chavez's I loss of would have been such a big deal. And all those great things, but the rules were followed as I understand I, understand them and then as to make things worse. Meldrick gets up with a couple ticks left on the clock. He he's Lou. DUVA 's on the corner, yelling at Meldrick, and the refs yelling and the refs like can you fight, or can you continue come toward me and lose yelling next and Meldrick like looks at Lou. Like what are you want and then the? Waves it off. He may screwed and times to in that fight. Anyway other than that. I have nothing but love for Lou Duva. got. Boxing the real fast guys because we're talking Mike Tyson Mike is Flirting with this comeback and now he's even releasing to the media that he has a deal. They haven't announced yet, but then he a deal in place. What's your opinion is might get a box it. Would you watch? I saw the stuff online where he looked like the old Mike Tyson throwing those combinations against The Guy Holding the focus pads he he looks he looks strong. He looks healthy. I would watch that fight. I'm not sure. About the fight against the fifty seven year old Holyfield, there are some version of that. There's a version of it where I'd like to see him. Fight a younger guy who may be ranked, but not making the top five or some some version of that or We go full p.t barnum any fights guy from tiger king when he's paroled from prison, some version of that or a tiger or a French piker. I also think that. It's sort of like comparing. Tom Brady can going late relatively late in his athletic career, likey is better than say Steve Younger Michael Vick could because Brady's asset. It was never a speed same thing Tyson. Like George Foreman, his virtue is power, and so he gets like he could I wouldn't stunned me if Mike Tyson knocked out, a high ranked heavyweight right now, because George Foreman was able to knock out Michael Moore he just michelmore lettuce. Hey, and San for one second Tyson certainly can take advantage at the same way. Foreman could right well. It could also be argued that Tyson when he was the Tyson of old had a lot of distractions lot of women. Booze Substances God knows what he may. He didn't probe properly train for lot for a lot of that stuff, more focused clean Mike Tyson without a lot of family and craziness and Don. King distractions really focusing on his training and his health that that might be something interesting to watch. I say he fights David too. I'm ED. Hey, there. Oxygen Shannon Briggs I would do the two thing. If I was the promoter by at full control this thing I would manipulate manipulated greatly I'd make a two minute rounds. It'd be four rounds I. Mean I'd stare into the fact that it's a little bit of a sideshow, and you want to know who had book and with I. Don't know if you'd like. To put him against Peter McNeeley. Oh really of of old I bring back the comeback, a redemption story for McNealy McNealy still a little bit younger something to do shorten the rounds. That's how I would do it I want to try to make believe this is something that it's not Tyson is not make. Tyson is openly say this is a cash wrap and the first person to the table with a million dollars, I will sign the contract. Contract okay, great if it's a cash wrap, let's have some fun Shannon. Briggs is an interesting guy speaking about a real big heavyweight for back in the days when heavyweights were Michael, spinks is a little after Michael. spinks obviously, but a but a big old glass of water. Shannon Briggs all right jail. We've We could go all day with you. Unfortunately we're. We're coming to the end I want to. Kick me out. I've had it with both of you. Anyway I have things to do I am breaking up with you. Thanks jail. Good appreciate all the Info all right. Let me hit. Bet online nothing to get. Nothing to bet on right well wrong. There's hundreds of events games, props, the wager on the even bringing the Vegas style, online poker and blackjack. Right to you. Write your home twenty, four seven also bet on NASCAR stock prices weather event. 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Show 47 "Fantastic Four" Jena, Leno, Smith & Miller

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Show 47 "Fantastic Four" Jena, Leno, Smith & Miller

"This is another episode of standup comedy. Your host and emcee celebrating forty plus years on the fringe of show business stories interviews and comedy sets from the famous and not so famous. Here's your host and emcee scott at words. Hi and welcome to this week's show and more important than that. Welcome to a new year man a we so happy to have two thousand twenty behind us. It was a doozy and not good for anybody. We got through it Hopefully this will be a much better year. I have a positive attitude about it. So ladies and gentlemen welcome to two thousand twenty. One definitely definitely something to celebrate. And i think that we're going to Kick it off with a special show for you on the podcast For those that have been listening for the last nine or ten months. Thank you so much We're planning to keep going through the balance of this year. We have some special things planned for later on but Right now let's jump off the new year with a very special show. And what i did is i took four totally different kind of acts but all top headliners to do comedy sets for you know interview this show. This is all straight comedy. And i think you'll enjoy it a great way to start off a new year so coming up later on to Close things out nothing better than a good rant from dennis miller you've heard the name. He's a famous political comic and commentator and he does a great little rant about daytime tv. I think you'll enjoy. Also we have the very funny steve smith. This guys tremendous comic headliner that worked for us for many years in the eighties and nineties. This sets from about nineteen one I think my ninety two. And i know you'll enjoy it. We have some terrific comedy from jay. Leno i'll explain a little bit more before a set but we have a couple of pieces involving material by jay leno. I know you'll enjoy in the kick things off and again two thousand twenty one positive mental attitude. It's going to be a better year. We got twenty twenty behind us. We're going to have some good times. Let's kick it off with some great entertainment by jeff. jenna now. This comic was a regular headliner at laughs unlimited during the eighties and nineties. He is a very funny and smart headliner. So i know you'll enjoy this ladies and gentlemen. Here's some great standup comedy recorded. Live at laughs unlimited by headliner. Jeff jenna much. I'm a forty year old white guy with goals in my life. I recently discovered. I have accomplished nothing in my entire life when i turned forty recently forgot. I don't know about women. I can't i can only speak for myself but see forty eight. When you're a guy you gotta walk right up to that big board that we keep our mind called the dreams of our life you got to walk right up to that dream border. You got to start taking stuff off. The green board never going to happen and the first few out pretty quick. It's like oh pro bowl player. Not whole guess. Not multi billion guests. 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Here's the o'hare today you want to. I'm rich uncertain rich. Certain him nuts nuts and jordan june. This theory that the last five presidents of the united states have actually been cartoons. I could prove it. They've been part of the seven dwarfs cutler happy there was four. Don't be nixon would be doc. Because he can do amazing things with tape. Reagan would be sleepy. Yes me used to fall asleep. Ease president reagan. Just say no more prozac mommy in bush. Bush should be this little known dwarf. Which would be kooky remember that. There's a bright spot. In american history we send the most powerful man in the world. The leader of the free nation to japan to help with our trae any blows chunks back all the poor japanese wall hebrew on me. Got me by con. Now i can't believe me. We like last president. He just bought sleep. You know block what's up with a tall remember. There's about that same time. This one japanese man got on television and insulted. American sold america's Apologized to this later. This japanese bangles all macintosh and the macintosh. A nasal noticed that so today. I don't wanna work. Hey you make my vcr. Just did you come over and jimmy. Now's watching on tv. I saw that guy save Lousy workers americans lazy jim. Remote control flew flew up in phoenix. Flight cutting planet sheetal. This fear is you should. I went flying concerns Mentioned just signal much giving you. Do i see i tell you what they don't give you seat. You don't give you seek just. So the guy's taking tickets rate crass crash make it safer in the back of lane miles an hour. You're just lasted. I did people coming third floor of a bat earthquake grass number often but they do play grass in los angeles. Awhile ago progressively droid is true about a year ago and york is one plane. Didn't even get off the runway. Planes went through. Nobody got hurt on that flight. Which is great. It's funny about that flight. Was the flight number. Had a funny flight and he just funny wasn't wasn't sixty six. But i think six would be a great flight but even those jumping can't speak to welcome you aboard. Flight rule peanuts are getting hot. Captain my name's anywhere getting off the goddamn on satan. He's gonna turn you into your goat. No one six six. No no one sixty nine sixty nine. That'd be a good way. We're gonna go around again. Try try to keep your butts off the tables. Keep your in the bright position at all time sixty nine. I supplied played them play. I'm not making this up to two. That's funny hear the number deal. I'm steve to do now. Wouldn't was for ex flight. It was a bible bible. Fifty fifty yeah to get on a plane jumps gaps. We'd like to welcome you aboard. Fifty fifty think we got a pretty good chance of. I take relaxing. That was steve. smith live on stage. Ladies and gentlemen. I know you enjoyed that set. He was one of our favorite returning headliners at laughs unlimited all through the eighties and nineties. This particular set was recorded in one thousand nine hundred ninety two and i'm glad you enjoyed it. Hey have something unique. Coming up. As i mentioned i wanted to kick off the new year with something different. And we've had three so far different headliners providing different types of comedy. And i'm gonna end. This was something totally different. So one of our regular headliners more on the political comedy side was dennis miller now. Dennis miller worked for me a lot in the eighties and then he got very famous. He had his own tv. Show has done a lot of appearances as a commentator on other shows he's famous for his political rants in year. Two thousand he put together a book and a cassette set. Okay for those you under. Fifty cassette was a little piece of plastic. That at a tape in it and you can play back things anyway. Dennis gave me as a gift. This from i rant. Therefore i am once again. Dennis miller produced in two thousand a cassette series and book called iran. Therefore i am. You can still get the book through amazon. It's very very funny. Pick it up if you can but right now. I have an excerpt from the cassette version of the book and its dennis miller ranting about daytime. Tv i think it's very funny. Shows his intelligent view of things. And it's totally different from everything else you heard earlier in this podcast kickoff. Two thousand twenty one properly and now for something different. Dennis miller ranting about daytime tv. Take it away. Dennis with everything. That's on daytime television today. One thought continues to haunt me. How in the hell did richard baguette at cancelled lest anyone think. I'm biting the hand that feeds me. Let me clarify. When i speak of talk shows. I mean anti darwinian. Lord of the flies cluster. Fox that pass for daytime programming. The shows where the basic rules of human discourse are paid about as much attention as linda. Hunt on the set of baywatch hawaii. Now i'm not saying they all suck like airplane toilets but you could safely conclude that the good ones can be counted on the one hand of a bad woodshop teacher. It's not hard to figure out why these shows are popular. They answer the burning question. What are the people. We see being arrested on cops do during the day. Why have these daytime chat. fest flourished. Well the answer is all the smart people are working when the shit is on the sub morons who watch this drakkar the people. Nobody wants to hire us. The only way. I can explain the sheer number of gene pool skimming that make it on the air. I swear you can still see the jelly on their foreheads where the electroshock terminals were attached. When i find so scary. Is that some of these shows have been on for years but they still manage to find his fantasia broom. Army of social misfits appear on them. They all look like the just stepped out of a william faulkner rough draft mouth breathing freaks who make jethro bodine. Look like david niven but these shows do provide a service they weave together some of the shabby or threads in the fabric of our society and give them a voice even if that voice is frequently only heard inside their own heads. Hey how many times. I've seen chunky tattooed. Women slap fighting in the laundromat parking lot and wished i knew the backstory and the iota daytime. The professor emeritus of emotional. Chum is one. Jerry springer esquire. Now here's a man who's become a household name. Excuse me make that a trailer hold name by offering daily spectacles that make brazilian snuff. Film seem uplifting. By comparison each day springer ladles drew the primordial ooze like some psychotic cafeteria lady and dishes up the mystery meat of the human condition. My favorite part of the jerry springer show though is jerry's final thought. Yeah like all of a sudden. Jerry is going to add some perspective insanity. Tie it all together. I got news for you. Jerry has only one final thought and you know what it is are. The siamese twin has seated skinheads confirmed for tomorrow. We are the rubber neckers and springer and his ilk orchestrate the train wrecks. We all slow down to ogle. And the freak stakes have to be jacked up higher with each passing day. Because let's face it folks. We are less shocking than david lynch and a pair of platform galoshes. Well that just about wraps this ran up. But here's my final thought. What kind of world would it be. If we weren't all inexorably drawn to watching trashy chick scream at each other right before they get a makeover. That looks like it was done by a guy who paints murals on the sides of vans only to find out that no amount of makeover will be enough to assuage their pain at losing their man to another hose. Who cheat chris. That's just my opinion. i could be wrong well. I know you enjoyed that. you can tell by the just. the writing. the dennis miller is a very intelligent guy and he has a way of expressing himself totally different than our previous three headliners and pretty much different than anybody in the business but dennis has been very successful in we. We were very proud at laughs to present him early in his career back in the eighties as a regular headliner in our club. So ladies and gentlemen. That was the kickoff podcasts. For two thousand and twenty one. I hope you enjoyed it. We're going to continue each. And every sunday releasing a new podcast and we hope you continue listening. Tell your friends and share it once again. We hope you enjoy the comedy of jeff jenna. 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Mental Simulations - Persona Perspectives

Developer Tea

09:47 min | 1 year ago

Mental Simulations - Persona Perspectives

"The. Experience as humans is. A difficult one to wrap our intellectual minds around. Because our intellect is part of that experience and often what we can see clearly from the outside looking in is totally obscured. From the inside looking out. This is why we often have critical feedback for another person that seems obvious to us. But we very rarely have the same level of critical feedback for ourselves. And if you've been listening to the show for very long at all that shouldn't come as a surprise. There are so many things that keep us from reasoning properly, and these are not all bad things. Sometimes our reasoning gets in the way of action, it may get in the way of us making a decision about something that doesn't really matter very much, for example in. So we can thank our quick thinking or reactionary brains for taking care of us and think it for being right? Most of the time, but there are moments in our lives there crucial moments in our lives where our mental. Awareness. Our perception of what's going on can drastically change a decision that we make and sometimes those decisions have major effects in our lives. And so I wanna talk about those crucial moments and provide you with a mental simulation to try to gain that clarity that you have. If you're not trapped inside my name is Jonathan Cottrell. This is developer t in this show exist. Tell driven developers like you. Find clarity perspective and purpose near careers. I want you to ask yourself a question about your career. What was the last turning point? What was the last big open door or shift? Maybe the last person that you met that change the trajectory of your career, or maybe it was as simple as you reading a particular page in a book, and it changed the way you thought. These turning points in our careers are like shifts in a road. They change direction sometimes subtle, but sometimes drastically. And it's important when we come to shift that we take time to understand. And we slow down, and we don't react in the same way that we would react to a low stakes kind of decision in the last episode. We talked about mental simulations, and we're going to continue talking about them in today's episode, and there's a particular simulation that I would encourage you to run when you're faced with a crucial moment in your career. We're gonna talk about that simulation right after we talk about today's sponsor, Leonard. Lynnette has been sponsoring developer t for quite a while. Now and Linnet is a company that is invested in developer happiness. They're invested in developer success. And ultimately, they provide you with an incredible value in the product that they offer with lynyrd, you can instantly deploy and manage an SSD server in the cloud. You can get a server running and just a few seconds with your choice of Lennox distribution, resources and the node location. Leno also offers dedicated CPU instances, these are designed for consistent high performing computing needs like, for example, video encoding or if you wanted to make a game server or busy application server. That's what these dedicated CPU instances are for Leno provides twenty dollars worth of credit. All new customers, you can build basically anything on Leonard. You can have distributed applications. Hosted services websites owns continuous integration or continues delivery environments in Leonard has native SSD storage and forty gigabit internal network. It's super fast go and check it out. Head over to Lynn dot com slash developer, t in use the code developer t t thousand nineteen at checkout for that twenty dollars worth of credit. That's Lynda dot com slash developer t thanks again to Leonard for sponsoring today's episode of developer team. So this mental simulation that we're talking about today is a very simple one. And you've probably heard a simplified version of the simple of of the simulation in the idea is to shift your perspective to take on the perspective of someone else. And usually we're talking about this as simply taking on the perspective of another person. Someone who isn't yourself try to embody. See their perspective, and this can be helpful. But I wanted to take the simulation a little bit further. I want you to create the personas, maybe you have some people who fit these personas create personas to see your situation through the eyes of so perhaps you've had a really good mentor in your life. You can use that mentor as a persona and try to observe your situation through that mentors is. What kind of advice would they provide you? How would they react to your emotional or physical or your cognitive responses to your situation? I want you to create one or two maybe three different personas to imagine your situation from that perspective. You don't have to use someone you know, you can create for example, a caricature someone who is overly positive or overly optimistic someone who's overly forgiving. This can be a useful perspective to start from another persona. That may be useful perspectives to start from is what is the absolute worst that could happen. The this kind of person this persona would be a caricature of negativity or pessimism. Then she'll notice is that you probably identify with these characters, and you probably have certain pieces that you identify with. But the caricatures will help you identify things that you may not have on your own. Now, the interesting reality is that you are coming up with all of these ideas, you're expanding the way that you can perceive a given situation. None of these caricatures is thinking something that is impossible. That's not the character that you wanna create. They're all thinking things that are possible. And for you to explore the possibilities is going to give you a better sense for how to make a decision in a given situation. When we don't step outside of our own thinking, we react to situations rather than truly taking them apart and inlays ING them. When you take something apart, and you analyze it you're slowing down and your forcing your brain to think in that more analytical mode rather than reactive mode. The slow thinking that we've talked about on the show before the reactive mode. Creates story very quickly and your brain begins to add credibility to that reactive story. It's hard to imagine in your reactive state, a myriad of possibilities. And unfortunately, it's also hard to imagine the most positive of possibilities. But when you run a mental simulation where you create these caricatures these personas and try to embody them in observe your situation. You give yourself a new perspective as closely to literally as possible. This can be very helpful in diagnosing your situation. More thoroughly and getting rid of that kind of negativity bias at least as much as possible. I hope that this mental simulation is helpful for you in your career and love to hear from you. You can Email me developer t at g mail. Thank you. To today's sponsor. Leonard Lynnette is a longtime sponsor of developer t they care about the development community go and check it out had to Leno dot com slash developer to get started today. Thanks so much for listening to the episode developer tea is produced by Sarah Jackson. My name's Jonathan Cottrell. And until next time. Enjoy your teeth.

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Mental Simulations - Information (A)Symmetry

Developer Tea

09:47 min | 1 year ago

Mental Simulations - Information (A)Symmetry

"The. Experience as humans is. A difficult one to wrap our intellectual minds around. Because our intellect is part of that experience and often what we can see clearly from the outside looking in is totally obscured. From the inside looking out. This is why we often have critical feedback for another person that seems obvious to us. But we very rarely have the same level of critical feedback for ourselves. And if you've been listening to the show for very long at all that shouldn't come as a surprise. There are so many things that keep us from reasoning properly, and these are not all bad things. Sometimes our reasoning gets in the way of action, it may get in the way of us making decision about something that doesn't really matter very much, for example in. So we can thank our quick thinking or reactionary brains for taking care of us and think it for being right? Most of the time, but there are moments in our lives there crucial moments in our lives where our mental. Awareness. Our perception of what's going on can drastically change a decision that we make and sometimes those decisions have major effects in our lives. And so I wanna talk about those crucial moments and provide you with a mental simulation to try to gain that clarity that you have. If you're not trapped inside my name is Jonathan Cottrell. This is developer t in this show exist. Tell driven developers like you. Find clarity perspective and purpose near careers. I want you to ask yourself a question about your career. What was the last turning point? What was the last big open door or shift? Maybe the last person that you met that change the trajectory of your career, or maybe it was as simple as you reading a particular page in a book, and it changed the way you thought. These turning points in our careers are like shifts in a road. They change direction sometimes subtly, but sometimes drastically. And it's important when we come to shift that we take time to understand. And we slow down, and we don't react in the same way that we would react to a low stakes kind of decision in the last episode. We talked about mental simulations, and we're going to continue talking about them in today's episode, and there's a particular simulation that I would encourage you to run when you're faced with a crucial moment in your career. We're gonna talk about that simulation right after we talk about today's sponsor, Leonard. Lynnette has been sponsoring developer t for quite a while now and Leonard is a company that is invested in developer happiness. They're invested in developer success. And ultimately, they provide you with an incredible value in the product that they offer with lynyrd, you can instantly deploy and manage an SSD server in the cloud. You can get a server running and just a few seconds with your choice of Lennox distribution resources, and the no location Leno also offers dedicated CPU instances, these are designed for consistent high performing computing needs like, for example, video encoding or if you wanted to make a game server or busy application server. That's what these dedicated CPU instances are for Leno provides twenty dollars worth of credit. All new customers, you can build basically anything on Leonard. You can have distributed applications. Hosted services websites owns continuous integration or continues delivery environments in Leonard has native SSD storage and forty gigabit internal network. It's super fast go and check it out. Head over to Lynn dot com slash developer, t and use the code developer t t thousand nineteen at checkout for that twenty dollars worth of credit. That's Lynda dot com slash developer t thanks again to Leonard for sponsoring today's episode of developer team. So this mental simulation that we're talking about today is a very simple one. And you've probably heard a simplified version of the simple of of the simulation in the idea is to shift your perspective to take on the perspective of someone else. And usually we're talking about this as simply taking on the perspective of another person. Someone who isn't yourself try to embody. See their perspective, and this can be helpful. But I want you to take the simulation a little bit further. I want you to create the personas, maybe you have some people who fit these personas create personas to see your situation through the eyes of so perhaps you've had a really good mentor in your life. You can use that mentor as a persona and try to observe your situation through that mentors is. What kind of advice would they provide you? How would they react to your emotional or physical or your cognitive responses to your situation? I want you to create one or two maybe three different personas to imagine your situation from that perspective. You don't have to use someone you know, you can create for example, a caricature someone who is overly positive for overly optimistic someone who's overly forgiving. This can be a useful perspective to start from another persona. That may be useful perspectives. Start from is what is the absolute worst that could happen. The this kind of person this persona would be a caricature of negativity or pessimism. And she'll notice is that you probably identify with these characters, and you probably have certain pieces that you identify with. But the caricatures will help you identify things that you may not have on your own. Now, the interesting reality is that you are coming up with all of these ideas, you're expanding the way that you can perceive a given situation. None of these caricatures is thinking something that is impossible. That's not the character that you wanna create. They're all thinking things that are possible. And for you to explore the possibilities is going to give you a better sense for how to make a decision in a given situation. When we don't step outside of our own thinking, we react to situations rather than truly taking them apart and inlays ING them. When you take something apart, and you analyze it you're slowing down and your forcing your brain to think in that more analytical mode rather than reactive mode. The slow thinking that we've talked about on the show before the reactive mode. Creates story very quickly and your brain begins to add credibility to that reactive story. It's hard to imagine in your reactive state, a myriad of possibilities. And unfortunately, it's also hard to imagine the most positive of possibilities. But when you run a mental simulation where you create these caricatures, these personas and try to embody them and observe your situation. You give yourself a new perspective as closely to literally as possible. This can be very helpful in diagnosing your situation. More thoroughly and getting rid of that kind of negativity bias at least as much as possible. I hope that this mental simulation is helpful for you in your career and love to hear from you. You can Email me developer t at g mail. Thank you. To today's sponsor. Leonard lynyrd is a longtime sponsor of developer t they care about the development community go and check it out. Head over to Lynn dot com slash developer t to get started today. Thanks so much for listening to the episode developer tea is produced by Sarah Jackson. My name is Jonathan Cottrell. And until next time. Enjoy your teeth.

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RD - Trump Impeachment, Papa John & a Chick-fil-A Trial

Reasonable Doubt

58:55 min | 1 year ago

RD - Trump Impeachment, Papa John & a Chick-fil-A Trial

"Thanks for listening to reasonable doubt on podcast one. Well big reasonable doubt plan Dan. We actually try. Gabes case is chick filet case. Put It in front of the Court of Mark Era. That's also impeachment. Talk and and get into the Papa. John Situation as well I roth as looking stylish for the holiday celebration. Of course you WANNA look good good shoes for women and kids made from recycled plastic water. Bottles they're stylish. Sustainable comfortable machine washable. Lynette just got a pair of these good lookin tennis shoes Kinda decks you kind of look but a smart sharp. I like the color kind of a robbins. AAC Blue Anyway. At least Lisa what I call it. these guys that go everywhere from in that go with anything. From Yoga Pants to address is to skirt range of styles like sneakers loafers points and more free shipping and free returns and exchanges. No risk no worries no reason not to give it a try check it out. 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Kito Nut butters to stave off the need for a Burrito at lunch of course bottle of Mongolia or thirty-three wines and shrimp deventer the perfect gift to show someone just how much you love them. The the sixty dollar value is yours for only twenty five dollars. Sign up for one month or keep the shipments coming so prep your mail box and get ready for atoms monthly nut. This is Corolla digital in. This is reasonable doubt with your hosts. Mark Garriga's Adam he added on got to get on with the mandate. Get It on and welcome to the best hour or so and the universe. It's reasonable automatic. Chrome Mark Erica since duty. I'M IN-STUDIO I'm we're kind of leading up to our Christmas Day or which goes into the wee Hours of Christmas night extravaganzas. So I figured I'd better be in studio kind of warm you up for that. I always look forward to your Christmas party. Not only because of the company in the libations and the food but mostly because of the proximity I hate it when stupid Jakov friends at Santa Monica. We're throwing a party drive drunk for seven hundred don't I don't go past downtown. Let alone does lost Yennega on any day where there's the potential to be drinking and driving. So there's hot impeachment talk. I also have a domestic issue that took a place on this property involving Gabe in a chick-fil-a order. ooh That I was thinking about you. The whole time and involves Jay Leno so it involves a bungle on a chick-fil-a order and I was thinking how you would represent the case either. The prosecution Shen or the defense of Gabe and I was interested in your your take okay. So let's lead with that or should we lead with impeachment. Well Gary the Gary area did the work of cobbling together a long. It was a long chain the first the first bit fifty five minutes to I five minutes he whacked it down to I shot on. It's still it's still healthy because there's a lot of nuance but the beginning is the description mm-hmm yeah of what what the day was with Jay. Leno okay here. That started the top lot of talk. I mean I mean I spent the entire afternoon. Talk and Chick-fil-a I may. I may have dedicated. If you've taken the fourteen minute and the nine minute conversations you cobble them together. You have about three hours a chick-fil-a I'd never eaten a Chick-fil-a I got the it all started when Jason. Hey why don't you guys I said would you like some chick-fil-a ah new. Jay Loves CHICK-FIL-A. So why don't we bring some chick-fil-a and he said thank you. We've got five guys in our crew and I said Okay and then Max Patten others. We all went on a chip Flavour Vaca- and we started looking into it and we said cancel all work And I WANNA see go online. Find out find pictures of Jay Leno eating Chick-fil-a so you can find out what his and then we're examining the picture and there's pictures of him which he didn't know picture him and the guys like zooming in on his chick-fil-a going. I don't think that's a spicy. That's a regular. That's not supreme tomato on Gary All right so to set the table every year when I finish one of my car. Docs we go go to J shop. He's got his crew with him. And we make the pilgrimage micro the guys who made the film with me make pilgrimage to J. Shop with his crew. We eat dinner and then we go out to the set of the tonight show which he has in his car garage arosh right and when I say garage I mean he's he's he's at eight hundred thousand square feet right and I mean their golf carts to get people from one part indoor golf carts anyway then we sit there and we watched the film. It's a it's a nice little goodrich cigar moment at at the end when a mission when you come back to the carrier and you land your Hornet on the deck and your shot down a bunch of Russi's you'll light that cigar. That's what that is. Now it's not russkies it's Ukrainians cranium. Yeah huskies extremity. So that's what that is and and this time I thought well why don't I asked Jay. He wants us to bring the food he normally rock cater for you. He makes Broadmoor. Yeah it's been raining outside. When it get the Krill going so I said Jay and I know he likes chick-fil-a because I've flown with him privately a few times wants to know where the Chick-fil-a so I said why don't we pick up some chick fillet so I never been to chick-fil-a never chick-fil-a? I don't think I've ever eaten a chick-fil-a either. Now now they've put a chick-fil-a in literally fifty feet from the office. And I still have it. I don't wait malign. Well it's good but I then now now again I want you to go to your law hat on this. Are Your attorney your prosecutor where like a prosecutors a an defense attorneys had on this I then say to Matt Find Allaire asked Jay how many guys are in his crew. We need need to figure out how many Sam right right. You're feeding Jay. Because Jay's easy j just says there's five of us and that's all I says says he doesn't say give me the extra crispy or the hot and salt is this is. There's five of us. I take that to mean five regular chick-fil-a fillet sandwiches. Five order FRY. That's I would. I would think that's assumption. Yeah I mean if you've I always think of chick-fil-a in the the level of a white castle or yeah multiple drunk lucky boy run or something where you get we get assortment. It's a SMORGASBORD SMORGASBORD of food. Why not gonNA argue with you? But in a vacuum of information I he's got hit filet five guys. Let's get five sandwiches and five and we'll get some extra chicken tenders nuggets or something like that and my feeling is. Jay Wants to chick-fil-a sandwiches sandwiches or one extra dipping sauce or something. He would say that he just went. There's five of US Chick-fil-a and I've never been to Chick-fil-a with him so I don't know I'm going to go with the five okay burgers and fries all the way around or chick sandwiches and fries so that email. It's of course a a busy day. It's in writing. It's in writing timestamped okay. But there's the fog of war the war because we're looking at your men's rest. Yes you know your mental state. Yes and now to add to the mental state. It's a very busy day. We're doing a lot of podcasts. And then we're going to try to meet eight Mike August over here. Okay and Mandy Andrea over here and and who. I make the movies with and we're going to do what we always do. We're going to caravan over to Jay's although this time we're GONNA make a stop at chick fillet before we on the way somebody already kind of done the itinerary that you know. We're working. I Say I say to fund a lear. It's ten thirty in the morning. We have many podcast to do before we go wheels up about four forty forty five to go to Jay's supposed to be for five o'clock arrival J. Ship we I say to fund a lear so we'll get into this chick fillet order because mean mind you. Mike August is not here Deandra. Not here in Nate's not here. We must get their order at that as well. But didn't you assume that was three it would just make an eight. You're going to go personal for your three but not personal for the five. This is this is why you're the best. My my feeling with Jay in terms of customizing customizing. The order was if you said there's five of us and you added no other information like one of them is Vegan Dan or allergic to something. If you just said there's five of us and you didn't add any specifics to that to that email. Well then that's that's on you. That's on you. Can you wanted something. If you wanted the deluxe `grande or you WanNa Malt or mister pip to go along along with that or they do a rap you know they have they offer wraps you should have stated it did you know that I. I didn't do facts. Not In evidence because facts. Okay I did not know that time so I said oak okay. There's five of view he said go to Chick-fil-a now I also know this about J. J. as a low maintenance guy that's who he is area Mary but I would I just from not from his public persona. He seems to be very low. Means very UN celebrity light right. We also did did our due diligence. which is I said? find a picture of Jay Leno eating chick-fil-a let's see what he's got so you you actually rather than reply on the email any particular kind you want. You're going to surprise him and kind of let it be like you knew it. You knew this about it. I I looked at two. I took two approaches on it. One is if you want something like a rap or or an onion rings or something off the beaten path then that is up to you to announce that in this email. But I'm still going to do my due. Diligence ends and we found pictures pictures of him eating chick-fil-a with the crew okay with his growth and was pictures of five people or roughly five roughly five five and we're able to blow the picture up and I got my jeweler's loup have. We found out that it was a what appeared to be now. I consulted with my chick-fil-a yeah fillet team of experts. Who did you use the next paint consultants okay? So there's the picture these guys guys we know who've eaten a metric ton of Chick-fil-a and I recognize some guys in the picture and it looks to me like he's eating is told to me by the CHICK-FIL-A I Rueda. I know at this point your but you are the gatekeeper of the chick-fil-a evidence you know because you've never actually had one I can see there's no tomato uh-huh and there's no lettuce and there's nothing on there but but I asked Oughta deluxe deluxe and deluxe coming ease lettuce and tomato and is it makes it look and it's an I then I asked. Is this hot or regular no. It'd be a different color if it was hot. You Arthur chickens. You went to the point where you blew up the chicken sandwich in the picture. Yeah we run a special organization around here. Oh yes well how about me. I'm such a loser. I'm on twitter blowing up Adam's theater and finding check finding conveyance you that by you realize as your friend. I was on the hordes of dilemma in Pasadena's whether to buy that shoe because you had such strong the feelings that I didn't want my daughter show at Mainz Anything Tayo She's young and she has a giant your old and do not in many people compared to an old vaginas fans today right I am I the lice. Ludek style okay. Let's not digress okay. So it's kind of a free form auto racing. If any it's amazing we're not sponsored by CHICK-FIL-A given I know rally should step it up. So should we then and we never record on Sunday so they should love us. It's a very it's a very busy day of podcasting podcasting and at some point Matt Porcelain Punisher find a layer personal assistant and beyond says I've handed handed this off to Gabe. Okay he's delegated he's delegated to Gabe. He has a busy day of podcasting. I say okay Now the first survey of assumption in the in the in what ended up in a catastrophic outcome happens wait. We're headed toward a catastrophic outcome. We wouldn't be in court okay. If this wasn't a catastrophic body wouldn't be talking right now okay so Gabe is given the task right ahead. I assume that when Matt handed it over over to Gabe he gave them some information gave them some information e mail. Or what have you okay. So we have a conspiracy in the making an option Asian of mine later when I spoke to Gabe I said now assuming he had the information correct I said to Gabe are right here. Are the orders met the Andrea. We gotta find out what he wants. My August going to find out what he wants Khanate. We gotta find out what he wants. What did you say what island? I got the deluxe with Kobe cheese. But how did you find out what it was if you would not eat. Never before while AL scanning the Internet for random pictures of Jay Leno. Eating chick-fil-a I also said pull up the menu menu. I like to see what's on their. Okay okay right and you wanted to because it had a little roughage and cheese. I like the word deluxe or I'm old fashioned in my. I don't like Ah Cheeseburger cheeseburger. I'd like to onion tomato lettuce. I I was GONNA say. That's one of the reasons that I'm not surprised by impossible burgers or the plant plant-based burgers getting such traction in fast food. Chains is because most of the Burger. Experience is the Cooperman's if you will so now now we're getting down to go time where we're gonNA place the order now. We don't want to place the order too early because then you'll have soggy. Yeah so we're GONNA EH moments before we leave. And then we plan on heading from here to the chick-fil-a drive through. I don't know if they have a drive through at this this particular chick-fil-a you blew up pictures. You've got the menu online. You knew where the CHICK-FIL-A was but no one knew if this particular I don't think I don't think it had to do so much with the drive through question. It was about timing. It was it. Adam had to be there at a specific time. He didn't want the food to sit. So we all determined as a team. The best way was an online order that someone could walk in and get in that online order was going to be placed based on the time of departure from this building so you actually went so far as to know that this particular burbank location had online ordering yes a when when Adam says the whole day was about chick-fil-a that's not jive. We'd probably spent a collective active four and a half hours in one way or another talking about Chick-fil-a at this guy got it okay. So then you figure that out you knew when you had to leave in and who did the ordering Gabe was tasked to do the ordering okay. You ordered the deluxe and then you assumed he went and got the others. Yeah Yeah I was told to contact the others or told the others to contact gave and to give the order. Just blow the five. This is your your instincts mixed with your countless hours in the courtroom have tipped you off instead tested the direction that the story is going. Yeah it was just like we'll get to another story fast Eddie Johnson in Chicago when that story came out at first that his blood pressure medicine. Listen I said this has I remember. I may have said it on the show. They said that this has all the earmarks of a blow job in a car. They I knew that going in. I've I've seen that to twenty five times at least so anyway go on so I said we'll get to the crux of it. I said here's all our orders. Gabe Gabe said. Now there's a couple wrinkles Gabe sad okay. And as he was ordering saying he said. Should we get some extra sandwiches just to have extra. I said good instinct. Good instinct I said is everyone accounted for it as everyone who has a Sam. Is there have a sandwich he said. Yes I said. Okay and then Max maxa paddock chimed in and said. Why don't we toss became gave gave a post? It that said toss a thirty piece MIC nugget. A nugget order just half right. So you've got to back up said yes made the order. We're there when he was ordered was not present when he was ordering. Okay I was this I then we jumped in the car. We went to Chick-fil-a we grabbed the order. WHO grabbed it? That was matt. Find a matt the Andrea Andrea Banja. When he went in came out? Were you a witness. I was what did you see in his hands. I saw a large bag with the words chick-fil-a and blazing when you say we're just one day one large Bashar belay does a plastic bag that they will then put paper bags in that I would say the closest bag size I can think of is one of those blue like Eah bags. It's a big bag. That could fit three or four very full paper bags and I think they may have given it for this order because it was raining did you. You've been to Chick-fil-a chick-fil-a before this absolutely were you in the mix on all of us I was following along but I was not involved in really anything but advice on what we thought the sandwiches. It's just still good. Still put you into the conspiracy. I know I mean you do not know all the overt acts that are happening in in real time. How's this plays out? I don't think that I think it was an unwitting participant but all deferred Adam he pass judgment and so the bags come out and is are there. The one large one one large bag comes out which I do take notice of. I've I do do a math. Where someone scaring one skimpy little bag that I would? It's call call attention to it and tell them the head back in or something seemed wrong but it was a big something. I'm not used to seeing fast food. Like a big plastic bag. Back almost a Satchel and he jumps into the back and we're running late. It's raining outside. Traffic is a bear and a He jumps in and we take off at a certain point. We get a call for missiles Leno like running record he calls at five. I fourteen minute call was it was it was gary can check my phone. Was this like do you remember the call. Or are you devin newness recollection of the colony. I I remember very very clearly. Okay at what I believe to be. Fourteen phone rang. What time are we supposed to the five o'clock okay? So Jay's a little hungry and a little ticked yes he calls at five fourteen which meant he says are. Are you still coming passive aggressive for why you being fucking light so listeners can you can you do it as Jalen. Okay Eh. Machines fucking Dick I've just at home Jacuzzi at home. What are what are you talking about you guys still coming? He's really saying what's the fucking check. I'm hearing where the fuck is to Chick-fil-a so I go J.. Amman San Fernando Boulevard. Now just turned off of Hollywood way or whatever it was and I'm moments away and I I say Jay I'm pulling up. Yes five twelve fifteen seconds twelve and it was. How does the call fifteen seconds fifteen the second call? And you have a vivid recollection of it. He s does J. J. C.. Name them in here trying. We get all the whether he's the love Parnis Devon Nunez and he's a busy man but we could. We could subpoena them and get them in here. He calls at five twelve which Israeli means he wanted. That fucking chick coming over at five. And it's fucking raining outside. You GotTa Give Them Twenty minutes before Paulie in Los Angeles half an hour. Picking up food like on the way anyway cattle calls at five twelve cm chick-fil-a calls five if twelve wants to know where I am. I The reason that the conversation is brief is recall it is. I say we're moments away. We're turning up the street and then I hang up and I say to everyone in the car because they could car. This is Mike August. This is Mattie Andrea right and back and this is yeah with the bag but and this is nate Adams and they could all hear it through the bloop speaker speaker system right through. And I said that's him wanting wanting his fucking chick-fil-a everybody and they all laughed and moments later we were there We walked walked in. He greeted us. we walked into the side of the shop. He has many warehouses one of them is business kind of fabrication building side. The others there's more showroom museum but the building fabrication shop has the kitchen in it. Familiar territory for me egregious at the door. We walk again. Matt still has the bag. Matt sets the bag down and because Jay is net this point probably dying for for this chick fillet. He anoints himself in charge of distribution. So he's the person immediately reaching. Yeah it's it's a fast food version the guy who's going to carve the turkeys out of the way and he starts reaching in and pulling them over show. It's sort of like in this military movies when the mail bag would come mccaskey right Johnson. That's would work so he's pulling out. He's pulling out boxes with sandwiches in it. And he says deluxe locks Kobe cheese and I go. That's me and he hands it to me immediately. Do you open the box idea. Also suggesting to me that he doesn't have a specific order because he's not looking he's not saying that you bring my rap or bring my double double or anything. He's just trying to get to short generic box. It seems to me he pulls out another one deluxe regular cheese or something. Mike says that's me. He hands them that then he pulls out a third box and he says just a plain deluxe like no cheese and nate says. That's me hands of that for you. You curiously wonder why all three of us were on top incidence. That none of his guys got any of their stuff. We had a three in a row with us. But I'm I'm now anxious to try chick-fil-a your attention is no longer really on what's happening in. It's more the specifically sat toward the end of the kitchen at bar and open my chick-fil-a because I had been now talking about chicken chick fillet for seven hours. Your first Chick-fil-a Hyman Amen. Bust boss busted hyman. I took a bite or to my high school classmate buster muster. I took a few bites into my chick-fil-a I think everyone else did as well. Because we'd been talking about for so long. And then I heard these words Jay still standing over plastic sack live the rest of the sandwiches Jay. They're in there somewhere. 'cause we we went through we went over this for a long time. The amount of time this there's no more sandwiches and his poor crew is four. Guys were just standing there looking crestfallen and what are they have thirty a thirty odd while now. There's really nothing but this arbitrary family style for the table thirty P. Snug now get bucket that we ordered heard last-second so jay wants to know what went wrong. I am humiliated. I you can't believe how much time you've invested in this to. have it just fall flat. I called Gabe. Yeah I call. I said Gabe is their second bag for the Leno crew. Did we not that. They're not hand us all of the all of the sandwiches Gabe replied. You ordered three sandwiches. That's what you've you've that's what you ordered now. So that's Gabe was going to just go with that. He went with it and now under cross examination his story was he did not know. We're going there to eat with Jay's crew Jay and his crew but what about the five. What about Jay's Burger? Now I should tell you at this point that Matt the Andrea ordered the skinless nuggets to stay true to the Kito thing so carve that out to the question. is where's Jay's chick-fil-a sandwich so so now it's a little dubious for gay. Because I've said we're going to eat with Jay's crew we're going to J. Shop Jay's guys you know we all watched a movie my guys in his guys I've had these kinds of conversations conversations a lot but you could still say that he did not definitively know any other humans would be there except for except except for Jay Leno but we we started this. There was five hours ago. Yeah there was five but the five uh he was just to make it clear. The five was communicated to Adam and Matt Fonda Lear in an email it was then discussed in this building in volume. That anyone who was paying attention could could here but the email and the five information did not go directly to the person who is now in charge of the order. Where where did the ball get dropped while? Well find a lear can take some of the onus bike sort of saying I pass this off to gay but didn't pass him on that information I shed. That's as of right now. Following the lear is it went on the Indictment the indictment the top name is always the one that the prosecutor thinks is the most and the least guilty is down below so we need to rank earlier needs to be towards the bottom of my opinion really really well. Why haven't heard the whole story yet? But Yeah I think I think if you're saying percentage of blame from most culpable to lease culpable I. Well algae above Matt on that. Here's there's many things one could maybe Gabe Gabe has he been one of these before. No okay who has been quantities. Besides you think screenings yeah probably the guys that were there. But there've been a few other most of the me Chris Matt most guys around here have have made a pilgrimage to J. Shop and would know there's going to be several bodies there was no. Oh but they're clearly was no sandwich for J.. No well this is where we start to really drill down the crew part art games argument of I didn't know J. crew was going to be there. That's something that can be argued but you did know Jay Leno which was going to be there. So why didn't you order for Jay. And by the way if you didn't know to order for j you would have just eaten at the chick-fil-a you wouldn't have picked it up taking it there so that any of that the fact that you actually took it there and and laid the bag down is bad. That's a bad fact but gabe argues that he thought the thirty piece nugget pocket. Doc It was for J.. Accept it was Kito style now. Kito style was for Matt Deandra. There is a sub. He didn't order are so there was a sandwich. Oh he just had I only bring up the Andrea and the reason I bring up the Andrea just to do the Burger number number math K.. Five adults three burgers right. We're trying to determine the fourth Sandwich Gabe says I. I thought the nuggets. The thirty haggerty piece was J. I argue that that was added at the last minute and it was just just a post it that said thirty piece nugget. No Leno no discussion. My the crux of my argument with with Gabe. Gabe is not. That Matt didn't drop the ball and that I've in dropped the ball and by the way Matt's Dad's an attorney so I don't know if you want to go after him. I got family members with experience in the law. He's show name underdog it's it's his license plate says he had what is Matt's Dad's name I know sister's name is Becka. It is Rebecca back. Give me a second. I'm having trouble remembering okay. So now. What we really drilled down to is the plausibility? I argue view that you saying that the thirty piece nugget order that came last moment via posted and never bringing up. Jay Leno's name. Amen asking me after saying. What's Mike August one? What's Matt Deandra Jay? Leno name never coming up that your argument of the thirty piece nugget. I I assumed Westford Jay is spurious at best. What is your take on that? Yeah there's this whole thing falls apart I you know I tend to think that this is a conspiracy tended I don I. I'm having trouble just assigning blame. Just one spot fact. If I'm defending this I'm going to work out a plea deal really. Yeah because this is. It doesn't hang together in the whole thing doesn't ain't gather their first of all your NFL. Gabe Gabe I'm going to take a plea right. I'm going to say we're working on a plea deal because this makes no sense first of all you go to how many hours were spent here. This sounds like a seven hour ordeal if as many hours okay. There wasn't even a sandwich per hour order. I mean that at the end of it self. There's kind of a telltale sign. I mean why wouldn't you just order ten sandwiches. What was should've yeah? That was my phone. Who paid for this well? Alternately Leno paid the ultimate pressure this and not getting anything to eat. I've made didn't you ship gave back to go get something I at that point now. You were mortified. Well no I said that I couldn't win Jay. Turn the bag over and was shaking shaking and crying. I was like I was so humiliated that we talked about this for so long. I've done all the research and of course we're finishing my sandwich right. It has been stop you. I did not. That's a blessing and a curse. But I I said we can send somebody go but it was raining outside. It was like five thirty in the afternoon. It was an hour from him eating a Chick-fil-a j just intermittent fasting all the while. We Ah thirty piece clock style but it was the Keita. That was matt with the peace. Now get and we all throw him a couple. Couple of fries is a couple of waffle fries. Ended up making it to dead. Yeah but the Kito. The Non Kito Nuggets. The non. Kito were massed. Jay had the regular all right. So you you'd cop it apply only cop a plea. I'm not buying any of those. I mean singularly every spot all along the line it makes no sense. It doesn't make sense. Never going to this like a forty five minute guilty verdict furniture. I mean I I. In fact the jurors may not even want to elect a four person. They'll just unanimously say guilt. All right okay now to each one for a second. Did you watch the experts. Jonathan Turley the woman. I'm from the woman from Stanford seemed like every one of my mom's friends who God damn it seems seems like every woman. Well there were several women in my law school class who bore a striking resemblance but with is what I don't understand in the the process. I don't understand what people don't do cross examination. I don't get a what. Why do you get up and have doing experts and by the way? Jonathan Turley who I like but Jonathan Turley would have across would have come apart. I mean this is a guy who also wrote our op-eds During Clinton talking about you. You know the need for impeachment. I mean completely undercut everything. He was testifying too so the height of hypocrisy for him to be testifying along the lines of the way he did that. This isn't enough at the same time. The same guy I would have just pulled out every every op ED news. Probably four of them and say well. You didn't feel this sway Blah Blah Blah and by the way aren't registered Republican and by the way and then the Stanford law professor Carlin. I think AH I can't recall I. It seemed like a strange group to put in front. It made no sense I know. Why did you pick those people look? I don't understand those four. I know the Democrats apparently picked the three. And then the Republicans brought in Turley Turley. Early is probably out of the four. The Guy who's best suited for primetime but having said that none of them. I mean if you WanNa make your points you make your points through an effective cross examination. I've never understood any of this. So far in terms of we've talked about it before in terms of if you're going to make your points do it in in in in a way where people will give it some credence. This had did not the way it was rolled out to not give it. I don't think swayed anybody except maybe to just be disgusted by the process. Well at some point someone some Republican. Maybe maybe it was. Maybe it was Jordan. I can't remember just detecting regards. This was anyone present during any of these. Conversations are changes raise as your hand. Does anyone have any information on this as anybody have any insights information or knowledge of whatever keeps their hands right side and he's okay. Why are we talking to these four people and but the Democrats if they were smart would have said? Well wait a second. Didn't you assume certain facts. Yes If you knew other facts would that change your opinion. Yes you can do that. That's what an expert opinion is. Expert opinion is that you assume a certain set of facts either in hyper usually usually a hypothetical situation and you say hypothetically given this defects what is the what is your opinion given this set of facts. What is your opinion the the The calculation here and I said it we said it talked about this episodes and episodes ago. Joe Is unless you've got the votes to convict. This is going to end in. It's going to do exactly what happened with Clinton and where if they didn't have the votes and they bring it because they wanna say we're doing it on principle. I understand that Nancy Pelosi's position is that this is you know the if we don't do this end of Western civilization. I think that's a little much but the fact is i. And if you feel compelled held to do it because you feel there is a quid. Pro Quo remember. The Republicans are the jury. And that is the jury that you have got an so so I don't understand the the processor if I'm picking a jury and I get a crappy jury and that happens with great frequency then I and I have to adjust. You can't just go kind of the barreling along into a disastrous verdict. If you can help it you're supposed is to call an audible. You're supposed to do something you're supposed to do. Enough damage Somewhere along the way that somebody wants to do to correct or course correct. Well let me float a theory and non legal but it you must sorta sociological or psychological or something and you tell me this. It's Kinda my Donna Brazile. Megan Kelly interview theory. which is when she starts getting to the questions about you got emails emails and you had questions for the debate before and it? And it's like Mega Mega Mega Mega Mega Mega Mega. Eventually there's enough noise. Is that everything just kind of gets drowned out. It is much I understanding that. I think there's some stuff coming coming down the pike that is going to not look good for the Democrats in terms of steele dossier and FBI and CIA and and Tavern Brennan. And all these SIS GONNA Clinton maybe even float up to Obama as some Biden some Ukraine. Some uh-huh Hunter stuff. There's got to be some stuff is coming. That will that direction. Is the next ten days supposedly if you believe what is reported the Inspector General Horowitz of the. Doj is going to release a report short now what has been leaked. So far by the way Unit was L- cracks me up because can only come from Somebody who's actually really read. The draft is that the inspector general is going to find fault but is going to not this is. What's it's being reported as I say I haven't seen it and I don't know but is not going to embrace? Any of the theories or conspiracies sees that the Connecticut. I always get his name wrong. US Atara Durham is investigating. If you believe what's out there that Horowitz's crew talked to germs crew and said we didn't find anything about the conspiracy theories did you do. You have have any information and what I was reading as recently as last night is that Durham's crew said no we don't have anything that you haven't uncovered already so I suppose they. They exchanged changed under a prosecutorial work product. Some kind of This is what we've got you anything different than the if you believe what's reported that is the state of the evidence and if that's the state of the evidence then I don't I don't know unless Baugh. Aw The attorney. General's got something but the Attorney General. If you believe what's reported bar was traveling with Durham went to Italy. Went to Italy to find talk. Talk to the Italian intelligence crew about the The multi the multi professor went and looked for any other kinds of intelligence agents. The the thing that I think this is going to devolve into is they've made a determination now that the Republicans have embraced the Party of criminal defense. They made a determination. This gone to trial so they've they've figured it out. Okay we like you know if you look at the house as a prosecutor skewed and the the Democrats control Control you know you're going to get indicted basically can. That's what impeachment is they're going to indict they're going to indict we're going to have a trial well arena competency. No He's not gonNA COP. Please not gonNA resign as not in his nature it's We talked about Gabe or no because we play games. In this case trump gets impeached slash. Indicted he's going to try the case and if he's going to try the case the best way to try the case from his point is be careful what you wish for. He's not gonNA call Biden. He's not going to try to ship the focus and it's is GonNa there's going to be so much noise about Biden that he'll do enough damage to Biden as long as the economy holds up He rolls into a reelection well. I think there's two things going on. I think there's GonNa be more there. The the nothing burger that Hunter Biden in Ukraine rain started off as I think. We're GONNA find more meat on that bone in terms of letting go the prosecutor and the timelines and some things like that also so once they get into it. And they're they're subpoenaing Biden's financial records Hunter Biden because of the out of wedlock child. So now we will find find out if there was some China payments or how much Ukraine paid. And all. It's going to it's going to be this onion that's gonNA. We're GONNA keep peeling back places. Eerie theory of what. The the Democrats are doing is sort of chaos theory which is to say when things start coming in about five court abuse in steele steele dossier and things of that nature. They're going to go of course everyone's going. After everyone. What chaotic they go after us? We go after them. You can't believe a thing. They say say they can't believe a thing we say we're we're starting the pre chaos here and is this part of your theory where then from an election standpoint that people will become become so we just gotTa turn the page this is. That's that's the start. The pre chaos then if anything comes out about adviser abuse or about steele dossier or anything connected to Clinton or Obama God forbid Obama by Wardi being chaos mode of like. Of course that's what they're gonNA say. What would you say if you weren't it's like it's like a neighbor going? I'm getting a restraining order against you. Well good I'm getting a restraining order against you. And then and then the third neighbor goes. They're both nuts right. And then you carry the chaos into the eve of the election and you get some Biden Nursing Buddha judge or some type going. Aren't you guys. Why don't you just want to end? Well don't you think that there's the possibility Given her last interview with Howard Stern the Hillary she's GonNa look it just spent four years arguing. You could've you could have spent four years just arguing about your favorite football team versus your favorite college team versus the world so now. Let's get a little civility. Let's just this is a snow globe. It's in a paint can shaker. Just put it on the mantle and let's let it settle and and people could be since people don't know enough about policy anyway just here ninety six ninety seconds snippets right. I want to go to Thanksgiving at my in-laws House and not have an argument. But that's all there is something I you know. Part of the further the corollary to the idea of crisis management which is just put your head down something is somebody else GonNa come along soon enough and do something stupid is the corollary to that. What is it people? All people tend to focus on very limited issues. I mean I was saying something our favorite issue here in L. A.'s that La Lake County. The voters number one issue far and away is homelessness. And why is that. Because that's something that they deal with on a daily basis a constant reminder. That's why kind of bubbles up to the top a writ large in a national Fight if the national fight is over this this divisiveness as everybody says or that argument. I can see where the well you tend to have pox Humboldt or houses new. Tau Think think about about how the Democrats couch in frame they really say. Much about. Trump the policymaker. You don't hear a lot of how how you know. You don't hear a lot of policy or disagreement. You hear dictator taking our Constitution and ripping it up insulting a racist. You know these are all sort of on what was kind of the Karl Rove mentality. Karl Rove always thought if you could get people arguing about a few of the social issues the over here with your right hand that that would take people away from getting into what they're actually doing on the policy and I think there is deflections. I WANNA tease one for you. That you're not prepped. On but I'm curious 'cause new in my head Papa. John sort of wants wants back in Papa. John's got ran out of his own business. Papa John Use the N.. Word is an example of Colonel Sanders him using the n word so he was kind of quoting Colonel Sanders someone from his own crisis team out I was always befuddled by like who. Who on your team would go take this outside of this room? This conversation and Rach you out it now turns out. Finally it comes out in the news that evidently they had he'd run up a tab with them of six million dollars in a not paid it exactly so now there's some context to why somebody who is working for. You would take this out but I wanNA know about sort of the legalities of that like I mean your lawyer. You've had clients. Oh you money you still can't go against your for do -ciary duty you have you. I mean if they owe you money. You're teasing I'm teasing. All right bet. D SL bitter sweet time heading into the back half of the NFL season season. Oh almost over but the playoff pushes coming around and college bowl games are coming up as well ADT excitement make bet GSI DOT com. You're betting partner partner US bet. Ds is live betting platform bet games until the final whistle new members. Get One hundred percent bonus match with the Promo Code Doubt One on one. That's double your money paying winners for twenty years. Top rated unreviewed size user friendly interface. 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Is that when the more outrageous it is you. It generally needs to know some more facts and it. Just this is a guy who when he came out I remember when he did it because he was talking about how the NFL had bungled the anthem issue. Do you remember Also I believe was one of the biggest sponsors of Jerry Jones and Jerry World And and he was always famous. Leave with Peyton manning commercials on the NFL Baba. Yeah if I were him I think he's quoted this he said. There will be a day of reckoning reckoning. I I run this week. I can see a legal pathway for him. I meaning a pathway where he could come back and he could try to Get a legal reckoning so to speak and if it was if he can show and there are there's the there's some authority for this if he can show the somebody did it with with now malice. He's got he's got some action he's definitely got some action. Well he certainly as damages by alright. Jesus Christ you're kidding right I mean right. Now they're trying Elon Musk you're in the central district for calling the the guy who saved the kids peto Tokai or whatever it is they must I mean in that guy's talking to his wife just testified via satellite saying that was the worst thing that ever happened. That was just calling somebody pedal guy the this this situation he was toppled from his corporation and lost a substantial amount of quantifiable money. Money going now wife just filed for divorce. So there's plenty of plenty of damages that can be worked into this. It's a there is a legal quagmire for the whoever leaked that information and the spin they put on it. I would say the legal quagmire any capture nick updates before we know we were just talking and you had just finished. What what did you just record because I am a shack in Iran? Here good sports. Yeah which was great. And then I was saying the It's interesting because everybody was saying well do. Do you know This didn't happen. That didn't happen with the workout. What's the NFL has Apparently conceded is that they were approached by several teams. which is what exactly what I had heard but it was just confirmed this week? And that's why supposedly they had organized this And the then two of the owners in the last week they'd organized to work out workout one of the guys in the workout who was a wide receiver. Whose name I've I've got a mental block on was signed to the practice squad by the red I heard and in addition to that both Jerry Jones and the giants owner maybe Tisch are Tesche? Both said it was it was bungled by the NFL. And and I agree I mean it was just bungled. I that could've could've they. They could have pulled it off. Could've done what they wanted if they had just done it. I if it wasn't done in such a amateur for lack of a better term way what's what's the next step. I think the next step is if the I think it's promising that The wide receiver was signed. But if the rest of the season it goes on and and Colin does not get a call or doesn't get a workout when we know for that to teams had interest There There may there may when history repeats itself. I'll just leave it alone. Should see what your is doing. Sunglasses can world champion of poker something because I can see this evil evil bro in behind is you got to wear sunglasses are blue blockers or something close. I'll fog these up. Then put on the lace all right you can go to so I'm going to be at Oxnard. Levity live this Friday and Saturday night. Two shows Friday to show Saturday doing. Stand up there. Then Milwaukee January anywhere twenty four th at the PABST theater and then Chicago Twenty Fifth Park West. You can go to chassis dot com to us in a why and get the BLU ray of the Shelby American doc. You can watch it on Netflix. Now you can watch The twenty four hour war net flicks if you like as well plenty plenty of offerings there. 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Ep 173: Lunch with Kevin Brennan

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Ep 173: Lunch with Kevin Brennan

"Or you normal Thursday at eleven on news could your house be making you fat tomorrow from. CBS News at five. Any the ingredients in shampoos that can make a boy develop breasts tonight at ten sex offenders may be in your house. There's simply live in our nursing homes. Could this happen to your mother. How a twist on the Predator law could shut down religion? What are the odds? Some say a popular drug turn you into a compulsive gambler. Wait I'd say in the dark. We'll explain eleven. Nearly stem today fell wounded bowl. Why she might have to share her home with the man who attacked her tonight? uh-huh ten could frequent hiccups. A sign of Cancer Watch news eight at ten one city wants to pack all their sex offenders into a three block area. Problem is it could be right next to your house. Oh that the choices for TV in the morning when you get up early on the weekends murder Cable News and rate of fire up their bullshit yet. Let's call bullshit it is and then one of them I think it might be. MSNBC THEY RUN old datelines. They're all too so creepy because no no one had an idea. Well that's found the fogarty today and we were when we were planning this today. He's like I don't know how busy you I'm like I just found fogarty on. PBS for two and a half hours. I ain't moving straw most of those old ones but I still love there. Ain't nothing better than a Joni Mitchell. Great performance any of those anytime any time. I can just pause through the. Hey Give us money absolutely and then every once in a while I get tricked to watch the local news. How God I get so Mike? There's no redeeming quality to watching the news. Here's all the really bad. Why you slap maybe Fella? Some great man happy stories. You're like why do I need to know this. Whatever I don't want to tell the exact story because then I'm doing the same thing as a news but I I was listening to a radio show in the local news? Man was Doing his news and you know some of these local news. People look at the the quote shock as he's the problem like Oh what a you know a- and he's the one that's just throwing negative horrible news out to everyone and that's his job. He tells a story about a foster kid a three year old. And let's put it this way bad things happen to the foster kid and I'm sitting there around. My boy can easily house very funny comedian. I used to work with an ex wife down and serious and Kenny always had the joke on this angle of you know every time they catch one of these weird reposes imprisoned somebody or done some horrible. Yeah he's like well. We just don't know how incest dungeon girls going to get over this. Well maybe if we stop calling. Her incest dungeon the vix. Excellent start with that. That skinny can either. I'm totally footnoting completely. footnoting audience has to be negative. It has put an in a five five note within with two minutes to go. Hey Judd found a panda lassen Dory sewer through a greater in the Bronx. We didn't know you know that all pandas our own only eat bamboo loan amount to zoos in the the state and then the weather's useless because we have that on our phone and then and what about the traffic girl on TV and no-one no-one is smart enough to go okay. This is all a waste wasted time. Let's try to do something different here. It's always the same formula you know when you do the road and you do the clubs and you do the morning. TV and yeah the Noonday. Soon date television. Yeah they always stick with the weather because he's a wacky more personality. The blue's clues you assholes all send your tell whether you're Asian can fire the weather man but you can't fire the head anchor Acre rows. I was in my favorite one of these three or four years ago. Iowa and the dude in front of me is handmade Christmas toys easily handcart on trains and all this and he's left it all out on the table and I'm the land is Good Morning des Moines. You know and I'm the less McKinley is coming up. He's at the funny bone. Okay I mean there's some twenty three year old is her first Gig ever because it's eight thirty nine an island and I started picking up his. She's like so vic what's going on. I'm like what's going on. I'm I'm really upset that this is all my shit and this guy came out here. These are my toys. I can't believe he is but I didn't cuss getting really mm-hmm twenty-three doesn't know deer in headlights. Amish person looking into salen pants staring at me and I'm like I had to reach jober torture in the leg. No I'm kidding. Joke joke committed. How went full on into this my shit this hour? Pay My children's tuition. Have you seen any good documentaries. There was another Mel Brooks when I saw it last night right. It's an English writer Director Director. This done a bunch of documentaries with him. But if you've seen the Carl Reiner if you've seen all the Mel Brooks it's it's kind of a giant but I didn't pay I was in for an hour and a half. I log in for an hour and a half even though it was a whole bunch of stuff. I've really seen before. And they asked him. You playing silence can be made today Brooks a hell of the you know. They mentioned his wife any almost crying. And I thought that we Anne Bancroft. Yeah but they did the I told you the one. We've talked about this on this show before he brought up the things you can do and it was the con film festival where all the jokes were rape. Yeah I did this two episodes ago. We've talked about but they're sitting lobby. You Carl Reiner and him and Mel Brooks keeps coming out as a different director. And every time he comes out he describes the movie that he's He's just made a movie about and then he goes into it in every punch line and then they raped them. I've got it on a cassette tape from from nine hundred over. Couldn't do now and get away with incredible and these kids today. Don't understand that type of humor whatsoever. They think that means support rape thing. It's Exhau- I don't have to tell you guys. Are you have to deal with this way more than me. But these young kids today don't understand that you could actually take a topic very seriously but also laugh. Say they're taking the piss out. Mother told me you got to laugh to keep from crying. That's an old southern pass and that means in tragedy or a death or maybe a suicidal social issue or whatever it might be you got to laugh to keep from crying while the Goddamn Jester Jester existed in medieval times right right who was the guy that only got to make fun of the king the fucking gesture and why because he made you think a little bit because he shortened necessarily surly shit. Oh he just just bring on the fool but how many gesture gestures were they were killed especially if you the joke went wrong right. That's probably what they meant by the term he's killing. Hey Joe because if you're just you're back in the day and you're making fun of the King and you're you're killing you then you know you're going to be killed right. Take that shit it depends on the king. Maybe so I I think you were in a no win situation like this is the last day of my life I might as well make some go hard right right. Yes no wait at a sense of humor to that point that brings us to Jay Leno. So do you guys watch. America's got talent. No there's no talent. Tom tottered who wants wants the dog be cut her two three years ago A. I've never liked that show really wanna Howard did it. I've never liked it look. I hated that they had comics on that show and nothing against Tom cotter either. The comics that are incredibly talented. They don't have time because they're making too much money. Instead of just the touring and whatnot. So it's always like a comic that's good but not great that gets all this exposure which is insane but anyway on the show Jay Leno was was a celebrity judge and Gabriel Gabrielle Union. She's married to rain way. Dwayne Wade thank you. I mean he she was. She was a judge now she now that she's been fired. She's now coming out with all these problems. She's had with the show where didn't allow her to be black enough with with their hair and styling her hair to black or something like that. Yeah so she had a tone it down right anyway. She didn't say all this stuff when she was cashing paychecks and she didn't like that. Simon cal smoked. My you know this story I know of that part. I heard I didn't wait so I wrote him. Agony agony smoke and toxic environment. This explains comedy in the year. Two Thousand Nineteen almost twenty twenty So Jay Leno uh-huh so Jay. Leno is a celebrity judge whatever. He's walking the hallways for the week or whatever. It was the two or three days and he's doing these being Jay Leno. He's making his jokes and he sees a poster something and he makes some kind of Asian Committee Korean and Asian Slash dog-eating joke. Right all right well he walked around because he's PJ alone. They can use jokes right poodles they had the Buffet Right and Gabrielle. Union had a problem with that and was encouraging people to go to. Hr over Jay Leno and his joking for his dog eating a yes and now Asian groups have come out and they basically wanted to you you know try to ruin Jay Leno's live. NBC should and doing anything with them anymore. This America's got talent BBB we're in the BP me. Be The nicest guy in the war. Isis guy in the world big heart just being Akam and we've got a big heart a really. That's funny yeah and of course and Gabrielle Union. I mean does she understand how comedy works. NOPE NOT L. One. Whoever makes those comments does no one who would ever say any of those things understand how come not one person no? They don't get it. We're mean we're off we're ugly. You're still putting tergence dome cakes. And I'm fucking Dick head and said Jesus is a cont hunt chambers shaming me a picture. And it's right around the corner. I put it on instagram. I told you this no hope. Take my friends. Shameless is anxiety. He's Irish guys so he sent me a picture of a t shirt that says Jesus is and I don. I didn't notice that the the crawlspace also like upside down but basically it's an artist in Ireland and I believe hate interpret but I'm trying to say if if Jesus one in such a cool thing maybe we wouldn't have all these wars and death and murder in his name for the past two thousand years right. which is what I thought the artist was trying to say? And he's from Ireland. Where the word is Aziz? Nothing Damn he's absolutely not you can little children can say it's six o'clock on national the same as hey you. Yes for little kids can go they go. We're going to Dublin They're upset with the prime minister's decision and the kids going to cause he's GonNa fight and that's what it means to me is absolutely. I think it's important to say completely absolutely not. Yeah it's a little softer over there. That were so. It's only in our country so instagram took me down for hate speech. Oh Shit they immediately but they left me a paragraph to right if you can explain how this is not hey space then we will put you back up beautiful and in three minutes I wrote in the comments on like in Ireland. I wrote everything we just said. This works me. Nothing in ninety nine percent of countries across the planet. Or this is somebody calling somebody an asshole. This is an artist interpretation. Tation believe live Jesus troublemaker. Maybe more people be alive. We all the wars that every busy through humanity. They posted it back in three minutes. I was down for five minutes and I was up three took nights when they for instance I loved it. I couldn't believe I was. I was just as shocked at speeches. I was going to give me when I explained myself and I came back I was like Oh my goodness I can't believe this. Religion has caused a bunch of problems in the world eh but they say different in Ireland. They say they don't Kunsuntu. Fan of Jesus I guess S. sure who didn't like Jesus. Jesus yeah no you only get trouble where he claimed his montjuic bigger new. Jesus right. That's the only time anybody gets in trouble is my Jesus the bigger near death and and I think anyway well then if they Hindus are going to get involved with seventeen people more than yours. Yeah exactly so so I'M GONNA get into Mono theism so so we're yeah with this Jay Leno thing so now they wanna like I'm sure is going after him this too big Asian groups groups that are going after him and you know there's actually places over there in Asia that they do eat dogs. I think he should fine every rice burning car that he hasn't his warehouse. Oh you don't care in the tour call it the rise burner Asian tour. It's in the end. He don't care but it's just fury eating for a really old. That still need to make their living off telling jokes and most of the time it is is just being innocent and just trying to make people laugh and then you get these special interest groups. It's like there's actually places over there that have dog eating festival. So why don't you use your energy. Yeah now I mean well first of all it's Jay Leno it's not gonNA matter one way or the other for him but even if it wasn't somebody is famous Jay Leno. I can't imagine that particular one sticking like Oh. We can't hire this person because he made the Korean Korean relegating Joan join when we when we got fired down serious. We were down there. I wouldn't get fired for run out on a rail awfully well but there was a in the Dan reading get fired but if there was a bathroom picture if we supposedly got in trouble for bathroom Patriot than my favorite bathroom. Pacer is me this man. Jim Norton Gaffe again. Lynn Oh who else is there Darrell Hammond all in the Bat. We're all all in the urinals lineup. It's serious where we were supposedly wing got in trouble for taking pictures in the bathroom in the bathroom. Me and him. Am Gaffe Leno Norton. We're all standing there. We're all sitting there. You can't see but we're all we're all sitting. There's a urinal one one hand on the penis in one and one hand waving waving up. This is from variety so to organizations dedicated to the inclusion representation of Asian American communities in media have condemned comedian Jay Leno and called on network. NBC to sever its business ties formerly honest man over the years years doing the shock jock radio stuff. The Asian special interest groups are pretty scary they scare executives all the time. Well any some. Sometimes the special groups are very very powerful. squeaky wheel gets the grease and there's only three squeeze in the group and I don't think you deserve Yeah Nafta N. double. ACP is coming down on me. I'm going to Goddamn listen. Tastes different last year if your citizens for this and that and the other elven to that group really is. It's fucking nine people who don't have anything to do but self flagellating masturbate. Wanted to contact the radio stations man the executives CBS. Always listen. Patrick ever shoot you ever worked with. Yeah how many times we we had a meeting at a club. Yeah well you know. The citizens Zain's for trucker community said something last night he said these lay run on diesel. You're mad and we all depend on diesel gangs eight-foot diesels suld and I'm like I'm talking about these. You're not even listening Shitty job especially with the Asian groups you do think they're. They're threatening to boycott. I'm like now you've got to listen to the station before you can even boy grant anyway. It'd be upset. The two organizations were a joke. Leno made about Asians eating dogmeat when he appeared as a guest judge in America talent and accounted joke which was said on camera cameron cut from the final episode of Simon callow. Competition was included. An exclusive limited Jay Leno is a repeat offender in denigrating a grading a part of our Asian American community. Jay Leno nicest literally the nicest guys in Says John Yang Yang said Leno has exhibited a pattern of stereotyping Asians in his routine throughout his career whether it is his use of the offensive stereotype to talk about a Korean skaters Olympic loss. In two thousand and two Kim. Dong Sung was so upset. He went home and kicked his dog. Then eight As good joke you by the way this is why that's a fucking good didn't realize is Jay. Leno did that joke. But it's because he's sel interest groups now. That great joke is everyone's fucking such unconscious is right. Thank you or is a pair. Recent comment backstage at America's got talent where he remarked that pets in a photo. Look like something one would find on the menu at a Korean restaurant. He branched out of the country Laos. I said Laos of Lila beans overall humor. Yang told variety that jokes of this nature are so all toxic because it is intended to minimize the community. And somehow make that communities seem less civilized now. Southern people eat Shetland and black or white. We're talking pig intestine eater nutria rat. That's the same. It's all right now. These groups also applauded Gabrielle. Union House today G. T. Judge who will flag Leno joke with producers and executives at demanded human resources is intervene. Oh there's the mall doesn't get. The joke was never addressed at a higher level. Numerous insiders said in union was later. Let go from the series. That's in all sane crazy We Applaud Gabrielle. Union for not only calling Leno's behavior for what it is but also so more importantly for her willingness to stand up for a fellow community of Color Yang concluded word his behavior other way so now there's no behavior it's if you didn't like the joke it wasn't funny to you right. They know Goddamn behavior. He didn't go out and buy flag and go to your house and start donating openly campaigning against sure belief system. But it's a God damn joke where comic she laugh. You don't laugh or otherwise. Shut the fuck up. I mean I get twenty nine hundred almost twenty twenty but it's it's. It's true Korean people and other they dogs. I've had dogs before I duNno Filipino. Dog Eaters I was married to a Filipina. Robin waites Philippine Green. It's not like saying something like a generalization about a race or something like that. That's not true. We're just something. That's everyone else thinks nobody do they. We've had dog. Dog Tastes like chicken. It was just face like need. It was kind of like are Kinda Greasy I it was almost like a scene. And where you've seen. Yeah where I've traveled really. Yeah China it was almost like a Almost it was. It's almost like a a dear little puppies in cages. Kind creepy. Yeah you can walk through the market and there's a chow dog no pun intended right. You can literally understand. He's got a little Coffee Cup. Just going back and forth say man you pop out latch. Eighties no oh the way I I look. Let's let's break this down a little bit though so tune American seeing that in China would freak you the fuck out. Oh yeah totally right. We'll know more than the crickets spiders. or any. Kind of Andrew Zimmer and weird three not used to it but then we stuff over here that other parts of the world like you're crazy. Why do you eat that? We all can everybody's all while animal. How Hillbilly stuff that nobody can possibly understand nutria ramming all that He does guinea pigs down in south Americans in those little gerbils breath. You told me this one the one that looks like a like a Guinea pig gerbil shocking Peru. One hundred PAT neighbors in Houston who from Peru and they like they they would bring up the bark in the front and you put him on sped. Do these These two organizations have been after Leno for a long time. One of the guy says it took two conference calls countless meetings with NBC executives. Even admonishment admonishment from a high ranking. NBC Executive and to advertiser campaigns to get Jay Leno to stop after ten years. We'll do that after all this time Leno has been an on on On repeat offender is asking NBC to end its business relationship with him. They just want him to stop their little late his wife Mavis Mavis staples your life Mavis staples singer. But maybe it's always been on A. She's she's one of the biggest. Humanitarian Rights Person On the planet are Short Charlie Eastern Europeans of Latvia. All of wherever there's trouble in eastern Europe right. She's he's big one of the best promote proponent of proponents on a you know orphans installed show to act like he can't be married we to Swedish mother Theresa Humanitarian Aspects Activists. NBA himself. It just doesn't go. Don't you believe to get total acceptance as a group. You gotta be able to take some jokes. Yes right doesn't have that in the end. We all make the worst jokes ourselves right. The best jokes are the black people. Making you black jokes on themselves or gay people are hillbillies or anything the self-deprecation over your own group Jews invented this and I don't mean and I mean that in the best fuck and cholera broke. Something when your best combat away positive I think when you go down on your existence trying to laugh I think when you have campaigns is like this you've just showing the world that your group is inferior true. I think I think so sorry and then to finish up with Gabrielle Union and we watched this shows as the family and we kinda liked her but man some of the stuff. That's coming out ever since you got fired. She seems like a real man. What I don't read you know? Go back to dish. You know if you jump on this kind of pilot stupid. That's just irrelevant. Those are all right. Those include notes that union's rotating hairstyles were two black doc. So she got mad that the executives all right I'll get mad racial insensitivity booking the performers on. ADT General pressure. Sure apply to the female judges on the show and health and safety issues like cow's report. Indoor smoking she went to she went to. Hr Smoking Yeah. Cow gave her a great opportunity. What no I'm with you? That's that's you know I I mean I know we're in A. I'm not a fan of indoor smoking but I'm not gonNA go run and tell on on the person I'll I'll I don't know what to say. I kind of remove my myself from the situation. I'd sneak outside and smoke pot. Whatever that's what I would turn that into a positive if you're smoking? I'm smoking. Yeah I'm going on here. You're right I wouldn't go. I'll never reported. I can't think of a job Ever have you. They told on us and we got fired. Have you ever. I've never ever told anybody I'd never know for what anything. But I've been in a million workplace awkward moments Lynch but I never thought to go tell somebody I realize radio was Fox. Two things happened. Okay one they start offering offering health insurance so that was nice. Obviously Kazaa in radio. You don't make a lot of money comedy. I thought it was nice but I also also remember thinking. This is becoming a real job. So that was my first little inkling like Whoa and then the second one was and I. I thought this was insane. HR came into radio. I come from a time there was no. HR My son said it before on on this show you're sitting down with HR and I'm like what we were all at radio because we don't want to have real when I saw. I've said this around here million times when I walked in the hallway that day and you were really upset because they've been chewing your ass out in the conference room and you're like I was down there and I'm like I saw him patient around the corner one one day and I'm like five minutes earlier and I'm like what's the unique. Was that with me. I've been down there in the big room and we're the big long table with fifteen people. They've been chewing my ass out. I'm like like real job a big voice and I really know who he was and I want to be. When I was stunned I was? I was stunned because he was genuinely that upset. I was stunned that he had to even entertain these idiots and then I'm triples done because when he explained to Joan perfectly fucking waved him off so it was it was amazing. All right I'm GONNA get a whiskey. Yeah all right I. I don't know what to say without you. We talk about the the list that person who's on my list for the show so you're doing a show tonight during show tonight. It's the you're you're hosting so you're you're bringing up a lot of different very young comics right. And they're young comics And I just do like ten twelve minutes at the front. You know something like that and then it's all all these nervous college students coming up so you know trying to keep that going again. It's a little awkward. You know maybe try to bring it along but there's so many opportunities to come up with something when I go back up there after having listened to them or whatever but I love doing the show. It's a ton of fun and I'm I'm really grateful to be able to do it. Plus the Gotham Radio but she sent me. She sent me the list of former night because I printed off and put it in my pocket. It'd be a spike in professional. Just just read the parentheses in that one no not gonna read the name one of the people on the list. We'll say the name but in parentheses it says goes by as slash them pronouns. So when I told you about this my thought was if I don't say the person's name team I'm supposed to say another round of applause for them. Yeah or they may. Yeah that's what I think right says. Wasn't they great. Wasn't that Array Ladies and gentlemen they relating jump right person's name and in the parentheses day them so vic vic thought that I'm supposed to just refer artem only as they them. I think I'm supposed to use their name but now I'm really tempted to just say give give them another round of applause. Because that's what it says in the parenthesis. Can we start like with the basics here so you don't Wanna be called he or she. That's what we can't figure out. So why would you come come up with them. We that doesn't doesn't make sense. skittle my my I guess was paying them or world. So she's such a nutjob. Nobody saying a lot of people want this now. So let's say I'm not he anymore. I'm a day or then right. That's a plural. I ought president makes sense to your mom. Call you right when they say Happy Birthday Greg or Happy Birthday Lucille. What they're fucking saying? Because I told him I sent him a text. I might if you entered if you cage into this. I'm never talk to you. Go you got to say it wrong. Call Her al Greenspan Lazy Jam with Jimi Hendrix. Said they are them. I'm wolf. Aren't they part of their then. Everyone is part of their them or the grazing German. The Lord Christ Jesus or the group then van marsh much area. Yeah yeah the last waltz. Who so good so and more so in the last we ever talked this? Oh yes that's my have. Have we ever talked about him and his high kicks in his tight. Okay now history. We've never talked about it on the podcast. Maybe impartially have. I know we have in person. On here I rewind it parts to watch it multiple times when I met you started. Charlie tries to do high kicks Chunky High. Why it does not look like it? All and he's GonNa kick and if he gets off the floor I would tell you right. It's because he wants the kick off for the beautiful. It is so beautiful. Oh the last waltz is one of the most amazing documentaries first of all the music. Yeah but there's so much cool stuff in that like Bond Dylan is the only true rockstar on the Bob Dylan is out there. You're like that. That's a rock star. He's trying it all he. He is just in the moment what song that they I will I shall be day now day. Now and then. Who has the coke bugger? Oh it's got to coat. Book didn't come out that they had to spend hundreds of thousands of dollars to digitize it out of his out of his nose. It's on the copy that I have because the anniversary juryman they couldn't totally get rid of it. I'M GONNA look this up on Jameson. Cheers cheers here. Who knows how by the way we're not going and to our favorite Mexican joint? They got rid of the pork chop. No I know that's just for me and you and no one else but I ordered. I ordered what took the place Chop last night home delivery and it was the worst fucking takeout meal I've ever had. They had the best pork chop at Santa Fe on the upper west side. Bring it back bring it back for all had the best job in the city he did that was ever had anything started with butter. That pork Chop Eh. Then Carl Triple Downer and got the Ottoman alleys coalition smoke Brian. Yeah cold smoke right. That was the key to the. Weren't worth the pigs that he got. What was the deal that the play they finish them off with he from Holy Shitty Hawk got tank used during the page of their feeding them? Blueberries in Yogurt. They finished it they finish them off with chocolate milk right. I remember Carl said yes. Interests involved with milk before they're sitting there right. It's the IT's the Hawk awed dream come true if you're going Green Mile Green Mountain Hob your last meal to be everyone's last meal dinner exactly talking glorious. There are a lot of people I think in the band. That didn't like the last waltz because they thought the whole movie was about Robbie Robertson looking good. Well he was always a they. They were always aggravated him about that. That was a dispute between the band for many many years. That's why leave on the whole thing about the night. They drove old. Dixie down his leave Yvonne. You don't know anything about him really from Canada and Robin Robinson. We really listen to this and he wrote the night they drove old. Dixie down just to prove to leave on new hill and he wrote that song to prove to leave. I think so as a kid but it was a beautiful Yvonne to blame so happy. I know this is a good podcast. Aspen I'm so happy that you guys are all in the van wars at high kick. Oh I th- I rewind L.. Wiser halfway up his calf they're halfway royal. Cats whole suit is like he's trying to kick it. It is like a weird it's all tied titties are all my wife. Life will just rent it and go to that part just saw some. I'm these guys. James Brown split. That's tough right right. You tell me stories like that every now and then yeah. I've ever worried about your relationship. But but every now and then because I know she's great and he doesn't share a lot but every now and then he'll tell me a funny story I'm like Oh yeah we were just sitting there last night and she said there's nothing there's nothing funk fuck out. Okay Young's Booger Neil. Young's booger happy at it out. This is what I've been looking for when the movie was projected for the first time. Neil Young's Majer was horrified. When he saw his clients face? There was a rock of cocaine falling out of his nostril. The film executive producer Sir. Jonathan Kaplan remembered when Young's manager suddenly blustered that he was refusing to allow helpless to appear in the last waltz tablet went to a special effects company company. This is in seventy eight by the way harder too hard to do. And seventy-eight affects company to fix things telling them. This guy has got a booger in his nose. Can you fix it after a few days. They they responded saying we've invented a traveling booger Matt. Att Very Good Yeah I I read somewhere else that that cost hundreds of thousands of dollars to get it done Matt. That's good crossword. Yeah Yeah Yeah. I love that movie so much. I the greatest concert movie ever ever in my opinion. No it was. It's it's San Francisco. It's a famous the fillmore. No more west. Maybe they started there and that's why they did the last show with winterland ballroom that San Francisco. That's where they started and that's where they did their final performance and that's my favorite Jimmy Hendrix ever. I used to tell people for a thousand years. I'll still tell them out. If there is no problem in your life that so difficult that it cannot be erased by listening to Jimi Hendrix. Live at Winterland. Okay you sit down you put it on and in an hour and ten minutes later. I defy you to tell me so. You've got MT everywhere right. It will be the hatred the negativity such powerful. They do cream really instrumental version of cream broke up and she he was like. I'm not saying we can do this song. Better those guys or anything. We're going to try to do it. We've heard about this man the cream the cream the cream they broke up an they fucking place on this show got him Winterland Ball. So you're you're live at Winterland is the greatest. Jimmy live album. I couldn't get along. Bob Goes Ginger. Baker's crazy documentary like of course anywhere. I it's called Ginger Baker. Yeah that that document it just died ginger banter just I gotta disappoint you I never got hendrix though I know not raising besides besides the manic depression beside his trial. I hear like guitar. I never know I know it now. I know you're making me. The microphone surprised than disappointed. Because I have some you own knowledge over the years I passed the stuff I had to play on the radio. I never got into Andric's I know sad. I know I mean as far as guitar players a little bias. I mean I'm more of a Steve Ray who Steve as best covers Hendrix said through child. I couldn't stand the weather for the wind. Sorry Yeah I'm a huge Stevie Ray Vaughan ten love st revised so I know I don't know why never fully got into Hendrix now but I'll tell you what tangent me crazy my first wife Robin Williams Robin Williams not the comedian. Her sisters. That was a long time ago. Her sister's ten years younger than her she's going to University of Texas and she was nannying and she calls me one day eh in the middle afternoon. I'm sitting home. She was vic. I think my boss has some kind of music guy. There's a shit statue statue on this mantle. Looks like a little gramophone. It's a grammy Aaron. WHO's fucking house you're at? She goes there That Chris Layton is the drummer for lanes and his daughter's death. And the weird part is he's a drummer and she can't hear the music air in my former sister-in-law turn law. She knew how to sign so she got the signing job to be there namie for two years and literally roaming around the House that they can call me and says Chris There's necessarily couldn't stand the weather. You're bucking Chris. You can when I lived in Austin because that's where you know that's where what does I wrote a bike by the Statue Lady Bird Lake even though it looks more like a river it pretty much it. It's Colorado River that's what it is. It is dammed up a little bit of close you remember where Joy Walden Classic Action Comic. Good friend Ron wise is passed away artists jawline. He got in a lot of trouble on the Austrian local station. Because Lady Bird Johnson she made the wildflowers of the Texas Texas Hill country because they were kind of dying out so she did a thing to bring him back. Then Julie Walters wildflowers if you re Planning Planning Ed Cohen C.. Known everybody LBJ A matter everybody's even LBJ. Ajay they're all Mamie. All they're all jumping on joy Walden for being a dick time. He was worried about how his dick looked in the trousers right. Ah Are these car from the you ever hear the audio of him to the Taylor about leaving a little extra room in his trousers out. Another thing that crutch down or you nuts saying is always a little too tight so and you make them up. Give me a inch that I read out there Because they cut me like riding a wire fence. These are all most these the best that I've had anywhere in the United States but When gain a little weight they cut me onto their so? Leave me You never knew how much margin that if you can't leave me about it an age from the separate Round under my back to my bunghole. I'm so glad it out there. If I need to now be sure you got the best represent them. These are good that I have and You get those coming. I was sure be grateful. Where would you like liked? And then and then we were talking about hookers one of my oldest and dearest friends. He has two sons parents divorced in early age and when they were like fifteen and seventeen because their mom had brought him up too much he thought they were not. I guess for lack like if a better term slutty enough for not duty. There'd be shattering I'll really. I'm not saying they're being respectful to men men or women but you have to say like old school Manley Still Toronto. Go grab a boob in the non creepy Harvey Ones Steinway. He's trying managed to go if you're in the eighth grade if you go to boob and then they got. Hey don't go to boost your like. Oh I'm sorry but we grab a Boob when they're in a car somewhere. Friday eighty nine not just grabbing boot. Oh no no no not the random. No not here in the situation start with the titty. Yeah so we're not talking like the fifties where that was acceptable behavior. We're talking about when they're on a date said grab a boo and they were too polite because the mom was was raising them a little to show he decides adds it was Kinda mom was can I go off roading for second. We'll go back to your story. I said all that because you know this. Pc Culture is really scary. Did you see the running the race. Where the guy ran by the reporter and slapped her ask? They're trying to ruin his life now got arrested. He got arrested now. We got arrested sexual abuse. I think is what their sexual look. I wouldn't do that. Most people wouldn't do that but I don't think he was trying to be a complete and utter Dick. He was caught up in the moment he sees award and he slapped running marathons this smartest thing to do in twenty nine thousand nine. I understand that but what. I'm just a good old apology. Suffice why do you have to ruin on the fucking woman. She was angry. But you know my homeless just I was stupid really really sorry. I shouldn't get past. That's not me but not in this day and age. Now you gotta go for their livelihood you gotta go for everywhere does He. Nothing years ago Christmas but they arrested him. You're right I'm with three or go. Go Christmas me and my crew. We're all hanging out a bunch of dated we're eating and drinking and have a holiday party and the girl who remains nameless. Look Shamin. She's like you know that really hurt my feelings when you say that to me that kind of go in this way but in a little bit. Not but what I say. Yeah she's is this per month. Third or fourth ninth tenth grade and should huge boobs. So we're we're eating pizzas. I said something. Like how can you're you're fucking teaser. Sixteen that's the stupidest thing but still no. It's tells me five years ago she she was first of all. I thought it was really funny. She goes segment. I couldn't believe you were that Goddamn stupid You'RE GONNA make out with the until you said I'll why fucking jackass me. No my hormones are really how can eat your your duties in the bike. And that's Kinda funny. My stupid ignorant age bridget. Well that's why she laughed. No she didn't get my. We were high five and at the end of it. So you're telling me all the way back of course you listen didn't hear anything else we would have made the appoint a look now. I hate this shit because I don't. It's awful awful. I don't think the guy was trying reese you know sexual nor was I- aggressive and he was caught up in the moment did some stupid. I'm here to acknowledge it. Twenty nineteen eighteen. I see I can see that stupid thing. But then to go for his livelihood in like Judd said they arrested the guy. That's just crazy. That's just what we hookers. Okay I got you okay. Norton's odds he ends been enough time on with him. He's kind of been a absentee dad. And so they're seventeen fifteen and he's talking to him with these conversations and it's kind of not going as Laffy as we are so he just drives them straight into Mexico and goes to a whorehouse showed the seventeen year old starts crying immediately. Once you figure out what what's going on over the border and he's like Dad. The fifteen year olds going three way. Light it up to fifteen fifty grows all about equally the as happy as the seventy dollars burst into tears. I can't believe you're making me do this so when my friend tells me this years later. I'm like dude. That's fucking horrible. That's not a good dad you can't be they manned up wait he goes. What do you put a little Tequila? Bring leading coming being being and I'm not cussing wait so he. He allowed to sunset Tequila to when she strove trade cross border and the senior committee mighty onboard. He's driving fighter jet for our American. Okay he's in there he's fine he's he's patrolling our skies. Thank you the Middle One. It looks like you enjoyed yours. The older one the older one is playing Dave Matthews songs and a cover band sadly in Huntsville Alabama. But but the little ones go. Hey which one would you have been. I don't know what I would have done. I would have been the seven hundred cried cried I I would I would be. I don't think I would have out here. I'll for me. I would say this I'd be so like out of my mind excited. That Holy Shit this is. This is where I find myself but I think the pressure would get to me and I'd be like well it'd be like fuck my. Yeah I can cherry were so much older than me. Even though they weren't big old horror mongers or anything like that they always told me. You don't need to go just don't cheat even though they did got caught constantly but they were like don't cheat and just be nice and if you can do anything you can talk a woman out of her clothes and you might get lucky and fat works but ain't no need go to bars hookers. That's just I mean. We're broke dirt poor idiots from Alabama. So this is just. You're just throwing money on fire and should never do you this when you could just go like a case in sunshine thank you. Have you ever used in case. You can't love you could like Casey hit sunshine. UH-HUH I lost. I told you I love bees. Why do you love boy funky? Yeah I liked the FAULK. That's why I j the greatest case. He story totally true Westbound Beach Comedy Club is connected to a theater so when you would do. The the club is a comic often in the theater. Which said about seven fifty? You might get a good band or an act. That's where I'm at Louie Anderson Persson. Show me and win in October. They were always working the club. And then we'd wander through the back doors and say who was playing in their. KC You see if you want the whole sunshine. Man You gotta pay like big money. Sure so but you get fifteen of right get horned get everything if you want the bootleg version you get like like four of them in to everything on the keyboard right so depends on who you want an. And he's full on disco or he's in sweatpants into baseball. I five hundred five hundred eight and you get to see twelve grand. You're getting the full on sunshine man. Disco outfit you're getting fucking so we're getting a seven. Hundred Dollar version is going on. We and Whitney Fox weather working the club. Were wandering around in the bowels. Whitney Whitney as Larry the cable guy thank you gotta come back and say this is a great book thing ever. What's going on he goes? There's a bunch of dicks or a Hicklin. KC There's an orchestra because you're pit between the last rotate and the shows and because it's local bullshitting enough security fuck and fifteen sixteen year old dudes. That's their UH skateboard pit. So it doesn't matter if there is your show going on you know you go up the side door because they know security you governors. They're just they're motherfucking kind of full on shows going on you got seven or eight. Nine tenth graders skating up and down and this imperia dating Casey. So Whitney come and Greg's come watch this because you're going to do and he's regular live and he'd move the Mike he's a do a little dance. Move to the MIC desire. Yeah he he's on the bait eight his core. He's singing the song hang going get the same time becomes surprised me. He's like you're missing the greatest thing. We've mazing attribute throw a guaranteed. You know right yeah you gotta go. Sorry boys I gotTa go to my show Okay and where I have to announce the person with the proper pronouns so I could get up at any point so yes that's right that's right but I yeah I'm GonNa say the full name that's right. I think that this person wasn't they great. And that's right. That's what I want to say. That's what I'm going to ask them another round of applause for them. That's what I'm going to say but I don't even understand where they them comes from because like I said earlier it's a plural. It doesn't make sense if you're trying to refer to somebody with with a pronoun that's a plural Co.. She's in her head many people now. We're all I think it's all because it's fluid doesn't go to that fluent thing or if you like him a boy today feel like Gumma. Sometimes you make a lot of the wheels could fall off. Sometimes you feel like it's chuck. It's all it's all right all the way around. I appreciate it. Thanks a lot our podcast. Thanks again how do we follow you on twitter My Underscore Judge Jones. But I got a new website. Judge Jones Dot com that a millennial put together there for me so perfect. It looks Nice. It's wonderful hasn't gotten any work yet but it looks nice. 'cause you're not funny. Well there's there's that our boys I'll take care all right. I think we've done no we don it but there's one other point I do want to make okay now that I'm getting older. This and this them they then thing when you start understanding like your elders in your life your in my case my dad my mom when they didn't want to deal with the Hor- shit. That was going around them. I'm starting to feel like that. It seems exhausting. Some of this stuff. I raised myself so much that I don't think I consider that too much. Oh really I've kind of thing. Even between monetary smack emmy or GLOR- my mom. My two brothers would smack me forgotten if I got outta line and then other than that I was kind of left. Ah Mon and show because that's kind of what about Gloria. I'm saying I was there she worked. I was left on my own law. You'll latch key kid third grade third grade or to to a house yoursel all muscle. Did you walk home. Rode the bus and sometimes ought to be Bassir or schools rules us all right school buzzing but now that's so sad no it wasn't not beg for it because my alternative she was sending me to the fucking kindergarten so the book and nursery school kindergarten ship so when school got out I had to go over here and sit at Miss. Tate's right. Everyone is five years old and now all I say that is an all the parents came and got him and took him away right. And I'm sitting in. This'll rolled halfway home. Schooled ritual thing. Yeah Yeah mistake lovely lady right but you were too old for that shy. And that's when interest started getting in trouble because Norton Norton live two blocks away my norton better than your own and which I've always said always not slam on Jim Norton. I Love Jim Norton but mountains better than your normal and he would sneak down there said the pins Eh. Well it's outside the fence and go and climb over the fence and go home with him. So Mom's going today. She's supposed to come pick me up. Vicks not here he went. He climbed over the fence to teacher ago. I know where he is. My mom would go pick me. Gail and Charles Norton were Norton's parents and Gail Norton worked at the high school so she was always home by the end of the day where my mom worked in retail right. She went home till six but she coming there to get me. You know six. Oh five or six fifteen. I'm sorry gale she's like he just he he just going to keep running up here every day and I'm just trying to give me climb over the fence. Wow really raised yourself. I didn't a little bit a little. Bit no no. No my point is like when I was growing up in one time. It showed up with the nearing my dad was just like he just did not get it is my point. Great Guy Guy Open mind all that all that shit but it was older and then one time I decided to try highlights in my hair. Oh he did not get that and you you see the look of disappointment on his face but being that age where everyone else was doing it. I wanted to say that your dad especially like what's the big deal. Everyone else is doing. Trying is some shit out here. Is I like trying to get older. I'm storm understand my dad more because some of this stuff is getting pretty pretty beat wild and how dare and I want to have an understanding. I don't understand the damn thing I don't want it. I don't understand it. I agree with you and in the end like truly. What's what's the big deal now? I don't I don't understand I. Well that's always a side when that's mad basically saying hey I need the space just I just know this is the same thing. No we totally just notice the same thing their customer Mitch coming in here. We can't indulge you to look and even though we take our entire lives now shying drinking the one thing we're talking about right now you don't know ten he might be at them. You got a day or awkwardly. The they opened up the space here Gephardt's and and people are like now all around us with their drinks and You know and now we gotta just kind of shut down. I want to thank met mad. And the gang here. Gephardt's for once again opening up their space dos Gephardt's on the upper west West side. They have another location somewhere around time. Square I keep promising mad. I would go there and I haven't yet but Give them give them a peak. We've done a lot of podcasts. From here this was the last place I saw car alive to be honest with you and then I walked them a block to the subway. Said Goodbye Hug Zip. Come to the common shirt live on New Year's Eve I'm hosting built show perfect spin the New Year's Eve concert live. If you can I'll be there I'll buy drinks. I've been seeing everybody. Everybody's loving all the interaction. I've gotten so much good. Love from all awesome Carl in US and go. But I'm usually not asking you. I was minute pounding pots outside some. I'm philly tradition that I still don't understand. We have to go outside and with wooden spoons and beat the shit out of pot. I don't I don't know maybe I should maybe after all these. I should've I should've asked. So why do we do this now. I think it's because of my wife's lovely grandma that she started the tradition. We we We keep that going all right guys. Thanks green BOOBOO EH BOO BOO BOO BOO BOO BOO boo.

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Mike Darrow joins the show and helps Czabe with his two car dilemma!

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Mike Darrow joins the show and helps Czabe with his two car dilemma!

"A debit card that rewards you means more for the things that really matter with a landmark credit union rewards debit card. You can earn points on everyday purchases for more information or to open online visit landmarks cu dot com slash your checking landmark credit union you're worth more here insured by NCUA. Worst Part Mister car do. You like cars because I got a really Nice Car Perryman. Nightjar. God I love cars. But I got a real problem on my hands my Hyundai Genesis Josh is about to hit two hundred thousand. And you're like, what's the problem? Yeah. Well, there's no problem it's paid off. It's been a fantastic vehicle. It has given me absolutely zero problems on a single repair on it. But it is seemingly running through oil these days I gotta go check that today and the left rear tire is now bleeding out air every couple of days I keep saying filling it up. So there's that and I got the Itch I got the itch for a new vehic. uh-huh. There it is. That's the key right there and I got a friend in the business least I think he's my friend, Mike Darrow joining us now from the Russ Darrow group Hey pal. Hey, friend do I got a friend in the business in you? Egging Mornings Abe you are the kind of friend I like to have for. Sure. But here's the problem I'm not sure. I am that kind of friend because I have commitment issues with purchases as I have famously chronicled. My desire to return things has become overwhelming if not crippling and the last thing I, WanNa do to you or any of your fine dealers is to get a car and then in a week. I. Think I wanted something else. Well you know what we can do you know although you're where you're at and we're here. That's why you're driving all these cars when you come into town but we do know extended test drives our the deal, and whether you drive your car for a over weekend or a week or a few weeks, you know what? It's all good. You gotta find what you want but the the thing I'd say. To you or anybody else it's not going to be the last car. You ever buy and true with leasing and other things you might drive for two three years and you love it. You get another one. If you WanNa try something else or your needs change, then you switch it up a little bit that that is true there. There are quite a few people that say you know what I like a new car about. Every two years and I have no shame about that I don't regret it. This is I work for a living. I. Enjoy Nice things and this is what I do and you can do that. There's a variety of ways if you don't drive many miles which now a lot of us aren't driving many miles because the pandemic and working from home, which is GonNa continue into the future I would bet leasing becomes even more popular. Well it is and I. Don't there's two reasons one it's a cash flow issue. It's just approved your cash flow to lease and the other is you got have no obligation at the end of if the car drops in value, you don't bear any risks and if you just want to get out of it and try something else that gives you that option to do so as well it's a great option for many people. They say US men, Mike Are Visual creatures, and that's true. A lot of times with women women are not as visual and thank God for that 'cause shrew were just these fat Harry bags ago. Most of us, some are good looking Dario but you know the rest of us not so much. But as a visual as a male visual creature I get hooked by cars. Mike that look good and there's this guy who at the golf course where I practice putting and just chip around he has A. I guess is a deep Burgundy Red Camry. The X.. S E v Six the top of the line camry. Every time I, see it Mike. I go. Wow, that is a good looking car. I'm now thinking might need to get into that top of the line camry because it just looked so damn good and I know they're they're really good cars. I've never owned a Camry I've been on the Honda side of things with the accord. But I think Toyota Camry it's like right there step in step with the chord line. Would you agree? Absolutely that segment the according to the camera they've been battling it out for years is which is the number one you know car sales of the year for so long in that segment switched now to to to route four and CRV but the camry and you loaded up like the one you described it's it's you know it's like Alexis basically from a comfort and interior and drive and everything else. Toyota's Lexus right and You. Can't go wrong with a camera or you know or. So it, it's a great choice it. It just looks so good. That's the thing like I'm big on the trim, the molding and the way, the Ta- I. I usually need a little lip on the tail with my cars. It's hard for me not to have that I don't know why I don't want a big ass spoiler like in the furious I need a little lip and there's apparently a t R D camry. That is a little different styling. Wise. It's a step down from the EX S E v Six. But. It looks even better I'm like Gosh Dang it Toyota stop making such go looking cars. So, the series of of Toyota's is part of their racing heritage and it's got, it's got that racing DNA in it and so soups it up a little bit and makes even forty or so it's a it's. It's another great option that would be something you'd probably like as well. Hey Mike I pretty sure. I already know the answer to this, but I will let you take it. We have jake here in the nine zero as a question for you says, Hey Mike what if a guy has to decent cars and wants to trade them in for one awesome car is that something you guys do at Perot? We sure do. We can take anything on frayed. And over the years, we've taken quite quite a few interesting things but to cars for sure we can do that or you know we buy cars outright take him in on trade we can certainly do that. They go jail. All right. There you go. But here's the other problem is you know as soon as I'm done looking at someone's you know Camera T. R. D. I'm GONNA walk by another version of the old Ram fifteen hundred is going to be in some new color combination trim combination that looks so good and it'd be like, wait a minute to slow down. This is what I want see. This is going to be a problem with me when I do finally pulled the trigger and get a car from you. So just know that to get a plan in place I don't know what it is some sort of keep me from having Foam Oh and tormenting you with commode return this for some bills. So I've got a solution for you. Just get get one of each. They go. Out of me and then you drive you drive the one feel like driving morning when you wake up. I'll be I'll be your auxiliary lot for vehicles. WHO WENT Broke buying cars It's hard to do because he was a major league ballplayers, Jack Clark former giants slugger. Reportedly Mike had over a hundred cars. That, he owned in some way shape or form as part of his ride, the bankruptcy. Well That's an obsession maybe more than a passion and and you know the questions they collector cars that would maybe hold their value. No. I don't sense that they were I. Sense that they were just cars that he was like this one. Like he wasn't like Jay Leno Jay Leno really collects vintage cars does he? Yeah, he does. He's I. Think I don't know does he still have his TV show Jay? Leno's garage or something right He, he's got a lot of high end Collector items does a lot of The goes a lot of hand auctions where he's buying stuff and collect some and I think he drives them around a little bit too. So Yeah. There's there's definitely that that world the whole other world of Car Collection All right what's what's shaking at your dealerships? This weekend of people are in the car buying mood or in the need for a new vehicle whether it's new or pre-owned what's the latest? Well I tell you what you know. It's GonNa be a nice weekend. So it's always a good time to come either kicks tires or take a test drive but. the manufacturer still zero percent financing they extended terms no payments still next year trailers are still holding very strong right now as well. So it's a good time to trade. Are you starting to or back up a little higher than they were? In the past weeks or months so a little better selection going on there as well. So it's it's it's it's always a good time but. It's going into fall right now, and in the winter soon we gotta we try to empty lots so that when the twenty twenty one started filling us up that we've got room for him. So that's that's a legitimate thing as well. So we're always looking to just to move some volume very good and you being a golfer as well as a man in the car business you know the need for speed. So apparently bryce into Shambo, has been experimenting with a forty eight inch driver. In, advance of the masters in three weeks, I think he's playing in Vegas this week. But not whether forty eight inch driver he's been just trying to dial it in to keep it on the planet and he has said Mike he is getting a quote staggering distance out of the longer maximum legal length driver the forty eight inches he wouldn't say how far he's hitting it but he says he thinks he could have it dialed in by the time the masters rolls around in three weeks. I think he needs to swing harder. By backwards just watching him swing. But yeah, that's that's something else he's changing the change in the game isn't a and so great is like, can I get even longer pro your long enough what are you doing man I probably be a little bit longer forty, eight inches, the maximum legal length though. So after that, he's going to be kind of tapped out unless he figures out something else to do the need for speed whether it's cars or golf is ever present. With gleeful abandon. Perfect I'M GONNA go swing harder this weekend. For my game. Swing Guard, throw your back out Mike and. Then call us do that. Now don't do that actually. Get to talk to you buddy. Thank you. You gotTA. Have a great weekend. Thanks. Mike Darrow friend from the Russ Darrow Automotive Group I'm not about that damn camera. I don't know what they did how they did it. It's the red to that's the thing. Yeah they're they're called. Deep. Not, Cherry Red I. Don't know what color would be called describe it but I, in my head I picture exactly that call. 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No 90: Conan O'Brien

Podcast 42

1:11:48 hr | 2 years ago

No 90: Conan O'Brien

"It was at this moment that he knew Diam, John. Where'd you find this? Dreams. I now listening to the world's most popular inaccurate. And sometimes squirrel retelling of agriculture history. It's podcast forty two on the pod fix network. Twelve pack I feel like I should have probably looked price a little more. I just was excited to see it. So I bought it. It was Bogo public's swear eighteen dollars. I saw it might have been because it was it's it was running, and you like to run and the coal likes to run, and Laura thinks she likes to run. Learn os that she doesn't like to run. And yet she likes to collect metals. So that's the only way you can get them. Yeah. So I know where I stand on my like in this like of it. So just give them the what it's like four hundred dollars race. Now, just give them the four hundred dollars. They can hand you know it's only like two hundred race. On the Ray. Well, when I when I finally get my goofy medal. That one we'll be dopey regards, seven hundred. Right. That's what I'm saying that one, but I get seven hundred dollars. But I get like six medals six shirts. Yeah, but I get six medals and get my coveted goofy middle. But once you peel off the gold foil needs to chocolate good as the metal. Seven hundred dollars worth of stock land. You get a golden ticket to I hope. Oh, it's it's a lot of pride when you finish something like that. Let me tell you a lot of pride when I finish a kit Kat bar. There's nothing wrong with that. But is it what you finish a kick care fired? It's a perfect break. Each time. I don't I don't care about the perfect break. So you just bite all for it while she did that the other day. And it made my daughter they all. Oh. The best part. How you eat it. What's really weird as people look at you like you're insane. Into a kit Kat Hershey's bar like that. It's like you're supposed to bring apart. It's like your psychopath. If you don't eat it like their whole campaign was break me off a piece of the kit, Kat bars. So it was it was the first candy bar, that was meant to be shared. So even though chocolate bars have most share that. Yeah. No, no, no kick care right now. And I'll tell you right now. I'm not here in my kit, Kat. I social candy because it was intentionally made where you could break you understand what you're saying, but now everyone has such a stigma of it. But if you break it or eat at the wrong way, people think you're psychopath. Yeah. I mean if people are taking it that much hard. There's a problem in them. But speaking of psychopath. We have two minutes of babble that have nothing to do with Conan O'Brien. It's time for podcast. Forty two maybe Conan likes kit. Kat bar is out it, I'm gonna write that kept signing into them bites right into that. Yeah. Yep. Christopher divall. Nicole jail tros? Am laura. I have been wanting to do this. All right. Let's open up the beer, cooler. Jay. Gee. You bought the most expensive beer ever. It might not be. But I think it could be. Man, I feel like at been here before the second half of a Baratheon kick it in for your Laura. That's all it is. Okay. Because but that brought each what he six point Poitou brew from marathon brewing company, which is this. It's an AOL it's an ale brewed with see-saw Saul coriander. Oh my four percent av. It's a beer brewed for runners, so we could drink it or you could run at the same time because it's only about one hundred twenty calories to while I was going to go we season a lasagna with it probably because of the salt and the coriander. I don't know if you coriander and lasagna, but I am. That's how expensive it is. You might not want to waste it on something like that. It was expensive ready? Why not go all out and it's true on new expensive? It can be cannot if you put cottage cheese in it. So you're putting cottage cheese coriander air. Yes. Well, see there's this long. You've ever had day. What he's like you could come over and have something to eat. There's lozad the fridge. I really glad I grabbed it was my lasagna, not his so you would have been okay her family puts cottage cheese. And lasagna it's been. Doesn't like how thick ricotta is okay. So I get it does not why it's because he thinks it's a southern understand. Southern in one, the Italian said, you put Rakadh cheese in lasagna they misunderstood and they thought the Italian said, put the cotta cheese cottage. You'll understand everybody. My family was the one around to translate translates. The Hallion lasagna, recipe and the English for you, also you're welcome. Thank you. Yeah. So you're the only ones baking properly, it's supposed to be cottage cheese. The whole. I actually prove you wrong. You know, fifteen years ago, I pulled it up on Google for you, and showed you that there are numerous recipes on Google that also call for too long ago. Yeah. All right. Well, but n tangent number two, let's do this pop quiz. Number three. That one starts, so get out your pens in your papers. And this pop quizzes called this quiz is something for me. Poop on. Or sometimes the tonight show Conan's and sometimes it goes. I was going to do that one or at least you're late night gig lasted longer than Chevy Chase. So pick, whichever one you think is the funniest. This is always love a good Chevy Chase bird five general knowledge facts on Conan, O'Brien in order of the easiest to the hardest test, your knowledge, sport, one point for each correct answer question. Number one, which network, currently hosts Conan O'Brien's late night show. What ROY do you should get this? Correct as Nicole made us, watch the longest Conan O'Brien clip. Yes. She said it was a two day cliff that was half hour clip. No, she just said it was the next one. And all we had to do is click to the right. You're I thought she said it's a short clip to wash before we start sowed check in forty minutes later, here we are. Yes. You said we didn't have to finish it. But we were already invested you do have to finish it question. Number two number three. What does Conan O'Brien famously collect? And this is a collection of something. No. Hint. It's not cars now. I know collect. Been nice. Right. His name, plus should number three who did O'Brien stage of Mark feud with in two thousand eight. You'd I heard would everybody lied. Correct. Answer of this, and this room, hint, forty minute video hint. Forty minute video audience lost people in this room, you should have a correct answer question. Number four. What is the name of O'Brien's wife hint? I did not know this either I had to look at them and question, number five what unusual hobby did O'Brien Abbas and child? Hint didata involved collecting car. Jamie. He. Saying, usual, hobbies what unusual hobby coming O'Brien have this child, right? Papers down. She should put your pens down. You don't have to put your papers down question, number one. What network backup gale dot dot dot it, which network currently host Conan O'Brien show everyone altogether. Excellent question, number two. What does Conan O'Brien famously collect Laura? I put coffee mug coffee modes jail freckles and souls. Because he's a ginger and he has no soul. And he gets do freckle every time he gets sole. That's fairly close the call. Call. Magically. He collects. Lucky charms. There's only five marshmallows, right? Yeah. Once you have one box cereal. That's not a collection. No. Every now and then they have the special one. All right. Well half a point for that. You can have a point, Laura. I am not Conan O'Brien. So it's. Tars guitar. Oh, freckles in souls, though. Jail. You also get half a point, and Laura, you get a fourth of a point forgetting the Conan O'Brien mixed up because we both have the same haircut. No question. Number three, who did O'Brien staged feud with in two thousand eight jail Jon Stewart. Nicole Jon Stewart, Laura. Well, see, I originally wrote your mom until you gave me the clue and then I put John Stewart. Down stir? It was the forty minute video that we watched not forty pretty close. Thirty eight minutes. Six seconds eleven minutes breeze show to ads. That's how long it was and YouTube time eleven minutes is for ever. What is the name of O'Brien's wife for question, number four, Nicole, Janine Janine, pretty close jail, LIZA? He who very far away, Laura. I put Peggy Peggy awesome very close. The answer is piggy. Janine. No answers LIZA LIZA Powell that I looked it up earlier, when we were talking during the forty minute video. L. Really, why? It just kinda popped up on the Wikipedia page something up and question, number five what unusual hobby did O'Brien have as a child, Laura eating, mud pies, mud pies jail. Poop collector, poop collector, kind of like eating mud pies. I didn't I didn't take any time I had normal hobby, but then it was an unusual hobby and there was in court. Okay. What was your hobby ball pass skip, all basketball basketball tall was wondering what Pasco ball sounds like a sport. I could play. I don't play sports. All. That's awesome. Hey played catch. It's like hot potato. The unusual hobby that O'Brien has a child. Was he collected lucky? Charms. Tap dancing. Oh, that's nice type dancing. Right. Sources for this script were Wikipedia, of course, YouTube and his wife, CoCo dot com. Tim, CoCo dot com. Music with weird Al on the music with now. Now. All right. Carson's going to start us off. It's the best time, arsons going to catch his breath. And then Carson's gonna start off you'd have you have all of because you're actually dead. Hello. This is the ghost of Johnny Carson before we talk about Conan O'Brien. I was wanting to say that tonight show is one of the longest running TV shows ever. And as an institution, this fine country is one of the most respected programs on television today, and the host of it is a coveted position wanna by everyone, but only a select few of held it. Yes. Well, thank you. Add that was very insightful. Kind of pains me to see what happened to Conan O'Brien and his stint on the night show short. But it was a weird wild stuff now. Hold on a minute. Johnny I nothing to do with that. It's all NBC NBC's. The bad guy here. Not, not Jay Leno. False whole weird wild stuff. They're j I actually never mentioned your name weird that you just didn't like that. I say, let's look at what happened Nicole Coenen Christopher O'Brien was born April. Eighteenth nineteen sixty three in Brookline. Massachusetts hen was raised in an Irish Catholic family, his father, Thomas. O'brien wasn't FDA Miala gist in a professor of medicine at Harvard Medical School. Nice read their I'm glad I didn't have that word. His mother Ruth O'Brien is a retired attorney and former partner at the Boston firm ropes and gray O'Brien is one of six children. Hello. I'm the formal principle of Brooklyn high school. My name is Cathy scheme. More Conan with such an awkward and wonderful student. Very nice. He was very interested in bear sexual activities, which was weird admittedly, and he was the author of the school newspaper. The Sega more. I could have been the that paper, do you need one? Well, no, it's a high school newspaper in here. Like, what eighty I'm always sixty. I could run that paper better than Conan and get better readers to go away. Did you know in Christopher senior year, he won the national hill of tiers of English writing contests with his short story to bury the living and was an intern for congressman Robert Drina, and I think he loves his internship, because he would wear a dog puppet on his hand and insult the other congressman O'Brien graduated as valedictorian in nineteen eighty one and entered Harvard University, he studied history and literature and graduated Magna cum laude in nineteen eighty-five nine wedge, O'Brien was also drummer in a band called the bad clams. Bag clams once pooped for days. Weird wild stuff. Ed, let's finish with the back histories so we can get to the show parts, principles skeet more here. Again, I just wanted to say that I was so proud when I learned that Christopher Webb, a writer for the Harvard lampoon magazine humor magazine that was it was very funny, one, not just regular old magazine, and also served as their president, that is what having a Brooklyn high school foundation could do for you. Conan also developed a spoof of the popular video game, one on one doctor J versus Larry Bird in which the Boston Celtics play against a classical ballet troupe. Weird. Was that it, yes, I just like to say a lot O'Brien moved to Los Angeles after graduation to join the writing staff of HBO's, not necessarily the news, if I was I'm not necessarily the news. It would still be on the air today. Rich hall here. I know all but disappeared from show business, but in case you don't remember not necessarily news featured sketches parody news items commercial parodies. Humorous bits made from over w over actual news footage. It was based on the British series, not the nine o'clock news. Also where I came up with singlets y'all remember snippets. Right. No Conan was also writer on the short lived the Wilton north report while doing that he performed regularly with improvisational groups that groundlings, then a big break happened in January nineteen eighty eight he won publishers clearinghouse, no actually Saturday Night, Live, executive producer, Lorne Michaels, hired O'Brien as a writer, during Conan's three years on SNL. He wrote such reoccurring, sketches as Mr. short term memory and the girl watchers performed by Tom Hanks, and Jon lovitz O'Brien and. Fellow SNL writers received an EMMY for outstanding writing in a comedy or variety series. Once again, see what Brooklyn education can do for you. If I went to Brookline it would be the number one rated school in its time slot. What are you talking about? Can someone please tell me what this strange big man is talking about Brian like many SNL writers, occasionally appeared as extras and sketches including being the doorman in a sketch in which Tom Hanks was inducted into the SNL five timers club. But then things changed for O'Brien in nineteen ninety one when he quit Saturday Night Live Conan recalls. Lori michaels. I couldn't come back to work and I just needed to do something else. I had no plan whatsoever. I was literally in his big transitional phase in my life where I decided just walk around. New York City will come to you like maybe singing about slip it on. That's than actually I slipped on some nuts, Coney got another break when Mike Reiss, and algae from the Simpsons called O'Brien offered him a job Conan. Oh, wait. I did. This microphone on. It is did I mention how much I love Conan? I really do. I gave him the tonight show after all, let us not forget that. Then you took it back. Are your? No, Johnny working on the Simpsons was a big deal at the time, O'Brien says. Everyone wanted to be on the show, but they never hired around that same time my old groundlings friend, Lisa Bill crew. Go crew grow grow crew. Dro. That's what he does. An apartment in Beverly Hills since we were roommates we decided to become more than roommates. They were doing it. Could you believed that Conan should be performing rather than writing six get her last name? Right. You would thing. Disagreed. I thought she was just being overly flattering. She was my friend to one of my five friends. I had most of my other friends lived in New York, and danced around fountain. That's true. Her five other friends. I don't know about you, what does she I was friends with Conan once. Principals eat more here again. And I just wanna say that just goes to show you once again, that Brooklyn education will get you a job on the Simpsons. I can confidently say that now is back then, because the show will never ever go off the air commas are important, but whatever anyway, I was very nervous when I started the Simpsons they showed me into this office and told me to start writing down some ideas, they left me, alone in that office, I left after five minutes, go get a Cup of coffee and I heard a crash, I walked back to the office, and there was a hole in the window and a bird on the floor. Literally in my first ten minutes at the Simpsons a bird of flow through the glass of the window hit the far wall broken. It's neck and fallen dead on the floor. Well, if I wrote for the Simpsons I would have hired Conan a long time before that fired him. From nineteen ninety one to nineteen Ninety-three O'Brien was a writer and also producer for the Simpsons O'Brien would pitch new characters in their voices as he thought was the norm for the time until they informed him that no one did such a thing he fit in quickly. And it was even said that if code hadn't left to do late night, he was a shoe went takeover as show runner on the Simpsons. My most famous episode was Marge versus the monorail Monroe. Bado doubt. I like that simplified out if we can get that up banned from the airwaves forever. I used to do this thing, called a nervous writer in the writing meetings out open candidate coke sh- and then nervously pitcher joke while I was doing that out spray diet coke over myself. That's. That's genius. Yeah. That's what I said, genius. Someone giving a candidate coke. Meanwhile, David Letterman was preparing to leave his show. Dave here I was leaving because he wanted a new opportunity to grow elsewhere. That's what I remember I was leaving because I got passed over for the night show for chin. Boy. Hey. Well, you don't have to resort to cheap shots. Remember, scrunch Dave's car with my keys, Lorne Michaels was in search for a new host Michaels approached O'Brien to produce. But was told that O'Brien wanted to perform? So Michael syringe attests audition on the stage of the tonight show, Jason Alexander and Mimi Rogers, where the guests and the audience was composed of Simpson's writers, once Simpsons writer recalls thing, a friend of yours, the sky that you worked with walk out from behind the curtain, and deliver a monologue with, like something you could only dream up that you couldn't even imagine actually happening the performance was being by satellite to New York where Lorne Michaels and NBC executives watched Brian was picked as the new host of late night on April twenty six nineteen Ninety-three. I remember when he got the phone call. He was passed out faith down into a horrible shock. Herpin the Simpsons office, he was just quiet and comatose down there on that carpet. I remember looking at him and saying, wow, your life is about change. In a really dramatic way, when I'd have to call a host this night show. I was that nervous at all. I celebrated by popping tags at the strip clubs pitches in hose bay. Late nineties. Heo right. Ed. Just bringing that big check from the publishers clearinghouse and. For everyone late night with Conan O'Brien year. Nicole premiered on September thirteen nineteen Ninety-three to not very good reviews, O'Brien, even wrote, a piece in the New York Times, titled O'Brien flops on the day of the shows premiere who shirted flop boy, who wanted disaster, a wait, why is this microphone never turned off credits? Critics attacked O'Brien Tom shales of the Washington Post suggested that the host resume his previous identity Conan oblivion. The consensus was that O'Brien was nervous and fidgety on camera. And that he was too smart to east coast. Too sophisticated too young and even too tall to be successful for the record. I was never too tall. Those show was constantly at risk for cancellation at one, low point in nineteen ninety four NBC threatened to put him on a week to week contract. They wanted to replace him with Greg Kinnear who followed O'Brien with later at one thirty AM interns were filling in empty seats in the audience and NBC affiliates. Began to inquire about replacement hosts my seats were full all the time. Not just buying turns. Either I also grandmothers in one installment, after a short stretch of reruns psychic. Any Richter described his vacation activities as follows. I sat back and reminded myself, what it's like to be unemployed. You sound just like I know but things would improve sketches begin to grow in popularity including one where. Where a still photo of celebrity was shown behind Conan's desk, where the lips moved and voices were provided for them a party crazed. Bill a party crazed. Bill Clinton was one of these paintings, dings, thought doing that first, but let Conan have the bit because he needed it more than me. I'm helpful like that turning point for me was when David Letterman came on the show, it was a morale boost, I was thinking if the guy who credited twelve thirty thing came on and says, we're smart and funny. Let's go. This show with some more ups and downs, but overtime, quality improved regular characters would typically include masturbating bear a few heard me on coked up where wolf Artie KENDALL, who was a dead, Bing Crosby crooner and triumph. The insult comic dog son levels went down. Can you go back to where characters typically include hurt again, I don't want to one of my favorite? Nice try, we visited historic civil war era. Baseball league when I leave this earth at my funeral just show this, because this pretty much says, who I'm all about when I die, I want to be buried with all four hundred of my cars that I own. See you better. Make sure there's plenty of land for that. O'brien's audience largely young and male, which was a coveted demographic, because they like the masturbating. Yeah. Grew steadily and the ship to best competitors in the ratings, which it would continue to do so for the next fifteen seasons, Tom shales called the show. One of the most amazing transformations in television history, one writer for Konan remembers. Hello. I'm a different writer than before. I know we've found alike but we are not we started winning award. We were nominated annually for the EMMY award for best writing comedy or variety theories, but only one in two thousand seven and nine hundred ninety seven two thousand two thousand to two thousand three and two thousand four. We won the writers guild award for best writing any Tommy flash variety series. I'm awards to, you know, like best award for handing over a show and taking it back. Best a war for pissing off everyone in the industry, best chin award. The list goes on and on in two thousand and four Jay Leno made a speech on this night show that said that NBC suggested heading off the tonight show to Conan O'Brien in two thousand and nine. This was an Tyson to code in who was reportedly getting other offers Leno agree that two thousand nine was a good end date. I remember seeing two thousand nine it was good date. Maybe a Konate can take over. Maybe that's how I remember it said he wanted to go out on top, and that he didn't want to do the show into sixties anyway, actually said that I didn't want to do the show in twenty sixty people forget that part Leno said, he'll keep the show, number one for the next five years, and then handed off to Conan O'Brien with no regrets. Avoiding the bad feelings that surrounded his ascension to the throne when Johnny Carson retired Willie. Ted a fine. How do you do seventeen years later on February twentieth? Two thousand nine NBC aired the last episode of late night with Conan, O'Brien, O'Brien ended the episode by destroying the set with an x and handing out the pieces of the set to the audience. He also thanked list of people who helped him get to that point in his career including Lorne Michaels. David Letterman, Jay Leno and O'Brien's wife and children. Of course, he was going to think we where would Conan, my best bud. Be without me. I was. Going to make this a peaceful transition tonight show, much like the civil war was a peaceful transition of power between the US any good. What the debut episode of this night show with Conan, O'Brien generated nine point two million viewers overall and the ratings for the debut episode where higher than both CBS's late show with David Letterman and ABC's Nightline combined during the rest of o'briens premiere week ratings dropped each day. Letterman started to rate better than the tonight, show and soon the tonight show audience was the smallest in the franchise history strange looks from Laura what happened the civil war was not between England and the United States. It was Sweden north and south supposed to say revolutionary. Okay. Well. And I was like I history, right. I can't move on with that was just a well-placed joke, especially with epic bad. Catch eat it. I don't think Ed McMahon, Kat, it complete typo. Doing as much grammatical stuff as I could not just. Apparently, we need a fact there's a disclaimer at the end of the show. This is for very concerned. Okay. All right. Well, hey generic writer here again, who does the differs tree, the civil revolutionary war site because writers are smart stew. I found like the other two writers. But I assure you, I'm someone different. I just wanna point out that despite the loss in ratings over. I was still doing better than Leno did when he took over the tonight, show and O'Brien was breathing. No. He was definitely not breathing. But he was beating the other late night. War between. Coated. Well, that's my little came back. Everybody. Right. Well he was beating the other late night. Uncertain demographic shreve. Eight. I was concerned for the tonight show. So I decided to camp out in the lobby in case they needed me to return, you know, quietly in the corner. Just minding my own business of able, if needed wig wing nudge, nudge, that I remembered, I was still under contract and NBC should probably give me a show at ten o'clock every night, besides the show is going to be different. We're going to do it without a desk done a Shimeiri breed revolutionary like England versus listen. I'm trying to make the civil. Two months after the premiere of the Jay Leno show ratings for the tonight show were down roughly two million viewers from when Leno hosted the program while jas show was cheaper to produce than the scripted dramas desk. It generated fewer Ledin viewers for local news programs causing a domino effect on ratings for the tonight show and late night with Jimmy Fallon wasn't my fault, just because we have all the best. Guests were basically doing the tonight show in our and a half earlier. Hi, guys. I'm the same writer from before the second one, the second rider spoke. I just don't want you to get us confused. NBC was considering moving schedules around Jalen would move from his ten pm weeknight time slot to eleven thirty five pm due to a combination of the affiliates, unhappiness, and due to both leno's and Conan O'Brien's poor ratings, the plan would have Leno show shorten from an hour to thirty minutes O'Brien's contract stipulated that NBA. See could move the show back to twelve five AM without penalty, which was a clause put in primarily to accommodate sports preemption 's leaving him with no apparent recourse of than resignation. Hi, I'm not the writer that just spoke a brand new writer to this conversation. Basically NBC said they were going to move Jay Leno out of the time put him back on late night. As soon as possible O'Brien was given no advance notice of this, an NBC offered him to choices the hour long twelve five AM time thought or leave if a Brian show, sleeve, Linda would get the tonight show title as well as the full eleven thirty five pm to twelve thirty five AM time slot. And O'Brien would have to remain off the air until Lynagh retires. Fox had expressed an interest in O'Brien, if he left, so did TNT HBO FX Showtime in revision three but ABC and CBS did not offer interest. Does anybody who revision three's? Just ask that no cl- isn't that the Spanish network, Telemundo. Trace or you, it's written numerically. So it could be pronounced trace. It used to be UPN. Or the w or WB renaming or Cartoon Network on January twelfth O'Brien issued a press release that stated he would not continue with the NBC program if it moves to a twelve o five AM time slot Coenen said, I'm leave at delaying the denied show into the next day to Commodore another comedy program would seriously damage. I consider to be the greatest franchise in the history of broadcasting. The tonight show at twelve five simply isn't the tonight show. Also accept this move be knocking the leaked late night show, which I inherited from David Letterman and passed on Jimmy Fallon out of his longtime time slot that would hurt the other NBC franchise that I love it would be unfair to Jimmy. Hey guys, I'm the same writer before. Don't forget O'Brien also pointed out the lack of support from the network and lead in primetime rating. It was my mistake. Believe that like my. Predecessor, I would have the benefit of the of some time and just as important some degree of rating support from the prime time schedule building a lasting audience at eleven thirty is impossible without both. All headline news reported that NBC intended to keep Conan off the air completely for three and a half years without pay unless he agreed to NBC's terms insiders for both NBC and O'Brien dismissed the notion. The New York Times reported online support was overwhelmingly in favor of O'Brien in the days following the switch announcement team Conan, or I'm with CoCo groups online started appearing, many celebrities, expressed support for O'Brien including Tom Hanks Rosie o'donald quest love, Howard Stern, Jimmy Kimmel, and Ricky Gervais what this is like, what's this, like, this is like a little civil war, and NBC like when England and US had their civil war. Sure, I guess anything's possible in the round where the England in the US had a civil war. Walter. Hello. The first writer back again. My favorite was that patent also built said comedians, who don't like Jay Leno now? And I'm one of them. We're not like Jay Leno sucks. It's that we're so hurt and disappointed that one of the best comedians of our generation willfully has shut the switch off in an issue of TV guide. The time saw dispute ranked number one on a list of TV's biggest blunders following two weeks of negotiations. It was officially announced that Conan O'Brien had signed a forty five million dollar deal to leave. NBC altogether ending a partnership that lasted twenty two years. The money was divided among O'Brien the producers and the staff of the show. Hey guys, I'm writer from south park. I know I'm out of place here. But I just wanted to chime in wasn't report. It was NBC would be able to keep some of the severance pay after O'Brien finds a new program and O'Brien may not return to vision until after two thousand ten on another network. The network confirmed that Leno would officially resume as host of the tonight show on March. First two thousand ten after the Winter Olympics Conan O'Brien on his departure from the tonight show said every comedian every comedian dreams of hosting the tonight show. And I for seven months, I got to do it. I did it my way with people I love. I do not regret a second of it. All I ask is one thing. And I'm asking this particularly of young people that watch please do not be cynics cynical. I hate cynicism for the record. It's my least favorite quality also history. It doesn't lead anywhere. Nobody in life gets exactly what they thought they were going to get. But if you work really hard, and you're kind amazing things will happen Conan started a Twitter account and announced that he would embark on a thirty city live tour beginning in April, southbound Greider, again, it was called the legally prohibited from being funny on television tour. He also stay started. The teen cocoa. Dot com. Website, O'Brien, decided not to keep any of the proceeds from the tour in order to employ his show's staff members, I would have done that too, if the tonight show wasn't available for me to take back. Cohn into the tour dress like Eddie Murphy from raw. The tour was joined by sidekick, any Richter, the former tonight show band temporarily renamed the legally prohibited band started with this bit where peered as an obese and bearded version of myself struggling to cope with the loss of my talk show. Eric Carmen's by. Played classic sketches were also revived for the tour. I'll be at under different names, due to legal issues over the ownership rights, the masturbating bear. For example, made a brief appearance before being transformed into the self pleasure in panda. Don't you like that? So much more. Now. Now, Deh levels. I don't know. Nice try, you gotta start all the way from Conan have to say about the self pleasure and panda. No, no, no. Yeah. Not the bare anymore. That's what it what was the bear that anywhere. So what does it matter? The beer, do self pleasure. I'm data tour began I announced that I would host a new show on T, B S, this show named Coenen debuted on November eight th two thousand ten at eleven PM O'Brien's edition moved Lopez tonight with George Lopez back one hour Conan refused to do it at first not wanting what happened to him to happen to Lopez. But Lopez called to persuade him to come to TBS up. Brian spoke about the tonight show conflict on the CBS news magazine sixteen minutes, he said it felt like a marriage breaking up suddenly violently like a masturbating bear appeared. And I was just trying to figure out what happened. I absolutely expected NBC to give me more of a chance. And that, if that wasn't Jay leno's position sitting next to a masturbating beer. I would not have come back to the tonight show. I didn't feeling that got shafted like masturbating beer. It's critical to me that everyone sees this, if they take anything away from this. It's I'm fine. Just like. Masturbating bear. If he was with Jay Leno he would have been one of my four hundred cars, and it would have been both of us, and a masturbating bear, and masturbating bear, self pleasure. I'm doing great. I hope people still find me community absurd and ridiculous. I don't regret anything even the masturbating bear. I don't regret anything either even that night with the masturbating bear. Do you hear that Jimmy Fallon introduce a little anarchy? Upset the established order and everything becomes chaos in agent of chaos. I'm bored and I'm coming for your show. One day. And that his Conan, O'Brien call. Do you like the best debating bear? Obviously, she doesn't make you comfortable. It's just so much a panda with the high. God, I can. I just don't do the fishbowl facts. Say this whole facts. These are tiny little tidbits on Conan O'Brien that we pulled from an actual fish bowl. Oh, look at that you're going for the big fact, Laura, and I was thinking. It before I pulled it out and committed to it. I had to make sure they're going little thin. That's what she said. Start us off. Since you went for the big fact, but it has a really big name 'em had a suit, too. Bad took it Kezer Inskeep. John cazar ski who John Keser Inskeep from the office. It's John Krizan ski. Yeah. That's what I said. It's not. I love giant characters and ski John. Say for everybody wonders, it's John, Chris. Ski from the off it it's Joan karaoke from the all right. The office cast members John, Kirk Kerry karaoke. Skis. Ellie Kemper, and Mendy, Kaeling, or interns on late night with Conan O'Brien. No, John Chris's. Oh man. I got a really big last name where to every time Paul Rudd goes on O'Brien show. He brings. How do you say? Yeah. Keep it. Keep it at every time it's the same bizarre sequence of a boy, and a wheelchair rolling down the hill from MAC and me. Gee that you showed me showed you who has seen the clip. I thought you showed me you rolling down the Bill wheel. I did that too long last names to have you ever seen back at me? Now no, you are missing out, have you not seen Mackin me all the new season of mystery science theater three thousand on Netflix. So that's the only way I'll watch. Because it's worth it just for that, okay? We'll watch it in two thousand and three there was an episode of late night with Conan O'Brien that was entirely done using claymation. The guests for the show included. Johnny knoxville. Richard Lewis and David Bowie. One of the longest names, not so long thing. Everybody. Even along piggybacked. Joining end you piggyback, like a masturbating bear. All it's okay to call all thinking about yourself, just like that bear. Code and acquired the dick name CoCo after its use in the first Twitter tracker sketch during the second of his tonight show. Run guest Ono this tough last name to Nicole. Tom Hanks use the nickname during his subsequent interview, even getting the audience to chant it in reaction to the moniker Conan remarked to Hanks in just if that catches on I'll sue you. Nice. All right. Here goes my name's again. You have more names. I do have more names when David Letterman left late night franchise at NBC for his own show at CBS and nineteen ninety three the first choice where replacement host was Dana, Carvey O'Brien, I can't see that going very far O'Brien is an ordained minister performed a same sex marriage. That was broadcast on his show, O'Brien specifically became ordained in order to before the marriage between a member of his staff and their partner while taping the show in New York City. Get wrote Coenen. Bryant only follows one person on Twitter that person a fan named Sarah Killen, who he decided to follow at random one day soon after joining the site. Interesting O'Brien is a third cousin of fellow Duiguid, comedian actor devas leery that is wild. Stuff triumph the insult comic dog a fairly keep dog puppet was waste by Roberts. Mickle Spiegel smuggle. No, that's the goal from Lord of the rings. All right. Well, we put out we ask for your thoughts on Conan O'Brien on Facebook and Twitter. And on the hotline, what's the number for the hotline, you have it in front of you. If you want to call a sleeveless voicemail comment suggestions in on a topic that we're going to be recording about our phone number is eight one three seven zero eight nine seven one seven awesome. So on Facebook, Chris, from more good, or than in our boss said he was done dirty talking about Conan. I thought we were talking about the masturbating bear. Yes. It's a self pleasure in panda. No. I'm sorry. He's endangered. The self pledging pan does does sound a little bit nicer. It does the call. What do you think? I agree. Russell says I love Conan. I think he's a much better late night show. Sorry russell. Russell says I love Conan. I think he's a much better night's show than Fallon. Still hate Jay, for what he ended up doing to Conan also is a little in his cups only wrote that did he refer to self the third person the whole tie or no. Said Russell said. Donna. They really messed up Conan with the whole Jay Leno fiasco is reminiscent of the way David Letterman was done wrong by Leno and Johnny Carson at that it was of the civil war between the US. Gary says I like Conan, but lost touch with the show when he moved to TV s same here because you don't have cable doesn't have cable cable. I have cable now briefly. I didn't want it. Away. You have it. Hi, laura. I like the flip through the channel time. I cannot flip through the kennel on the internet. Listen, you can Pluto TV has channel flipping stuff including mystery science seater three thousand does it have snap it might have snapped. And it doesn't have snap that you don't want her to watch that I have watched every episode since it started. Well, there's only three of us the next episode you know why. Tina says you can watch old Conan on you to the first season was very cringely yet still very funny. Go team CoCo and then Heather who asked us to do this, and I told her she needs to call. So she didn't have time to call, but then wrote, a paragraph, instead I've watched Conan's since he first came on the scene in nineteen ninety three I was instantly drawn to his dry humor. It was more than just sarcastic. It was cereal. Cer- cerebal easy for you to say cerebal and actually took some thought to get maybe that's. Instead of calling. I don't know the skits were always my favorite. Some may seem as dumb at times. But for me they were so much more entertaining than anything Leno could come up with Letterman was great. But he had repeat skits on a show such as the top ten stupid animal tricks, those are great, but you kind of always knew what to expect Conan, his writers, actually put a law thought and their skits for each show, those a lot like Carol Burnett or Monty python for meat. So there you go. Thank you, everyone. We got some phone calls calls to. Has that phone number? Again, is eight one three seven zero eight nine seven one seven case you wanna call be one of these magical guest stars on our show. I what is from Toaff from gravity beard. Always appreciate the call. Toaff from gravity beers. The pod six network. I'm really glad that you guys are doing it up. Assode on Conan O'Brien. I don't think that I can leave a message that really doesn't Justice, but I'll give it a shot. I didn't know I wasn't aware of him or didn't know nothing about him until he took over the hosting job that he did back in nineteen Ninety-three. And I was willing to give a shot right from the beginning and I recorded every single one of his episodes from his first season and at the time no one really liked him either. You got a really bad route. And I got made fun of for washing his show, almost every single night that was a big my second year college, and you know. For several years after that. And he was he was the cool show to watch all the college kids, like Conan O'Brien. And that's just I just rolled is because I took it in the shorts for my phone swarm, but, you know, he was a great writer. I think he was on the, the running staff of the Simpsons and for Saturday Night Live. It's not often I don't know if there's another president of a guy that came out of the writing group, and then took on a high profile hosting job and lasted for twenty five years, and I believe, and you'll probably cover this in the episode that Letterman wanted Conan to take over for him when he laughed, because Jay Leno and Jay Leno boy, that's a whole nother conversation, but that guy, so milk toast. I never thought he was that funny. I never thought he was at talented, although he was on a writing staff with Dave Letterman, Jay Leno was alone, the booze ler. And I think we Anderson he was on Jimmy Walker's writing staff when they all were in California. It's showed up in Hollywood early in their careers. That's the interesting contract, but but Conan Conan is awkward. And he's not for everybody. But I think he's really funny. He's got a cool sensibility. I like that. He's weird. And I like the way that he approached the show, and he absolutely positively got completely screwed by Jay Leno and by NBC and, and, and it wasn't just him. You got a staff that helps them run the show and all those people, you know, some from, you know, the whole staff got screwed are really bad deal, but he always seemed to sort of on some level landed on a seat, but lots of lot of attention and and audience size, whatever by move into TBS and kind of just got lost move out to California. And then he started the podcast recently, which is okay. It's not great. But I've always rooted for him. I always feel like he was the underdog. He's he was unique so long, but I've always held a, a fun for kind of O'Brien. Thanks so much for doing it episode on because. By what do you think that Jay Leno toe from gravity bears? Big fan to yours. That's fine. I'm not a big fan of his show anyways, but it's fine. It's not funny enough for me. And I'll just take it over one day. And I'll make it funny. I could find good writers like me and I could do that. All about me all about the tonight waiting for it. I didn't know about that. Letterman Leno worked at one time. That's pretty cool. Could be held them up like at gun point, probably. Probably, but that, that would account for that all, you know, that much more hatred that Letterman had for leno's affected the together, this next one's from Lisa from. Shake my head. I watch and O'Brien I only watch shows with local first names. I like your show. I only listen to. Gravity beard. I got the calls mixed up. Bruder. Conan O'Brien talk show host with biblical first names, surprise, that would be what David Letterman. No James Jimmy Fallon Jimmy Kimmel August. So if you're going with the. Proper first name. Okay. And Scottish guy, what was his name, Sean Connery? No, he was on credit. Yeah. Craig Curson Craig isn't and Pippa Clooney the book Craig was between Deuteronomy and book assumes that must have gotten lost in the civil war. Lost at the book exodus. What's funny, is that we use. Google voice for the voice messages. That's the phone number your calls, a Google voice number. And it they types out a transcript and anytime that Burgos, mar whatever he does at the end. Voice types out. All right. So really would go. It's really oh. That's what that's what people translate is translating that to. So maybe you know they're smarter than us. They're robot. I'm constantly proving the robots. I'm not a robot. So the way I can get concert tickets. All right. Well, let's get to the, the most expensive beer. We've ever had. Why don't we start with you Nicole, and what's I rating come back? Well, I can explain the rating system of come back to me for rating 'cause I need to one last procure silver door. You sip. It's okay. Our rating system is one through six based on a six pack of beer, how many out of six pack, could you train based off of drink ability alone. The taste of flavor. Do you like it enough to drink one two, three four five or six of the beers nicely done? We'll start with you. Laura than why do you always started? I'll start if you want. You didn't use the powerful pass. Now how story it's fine? So it's pretty light, far as taste goes to me, so I could probably drink five of them, just because it's light easy to drink. I believe that's your highest rating, ever know she gave a six. The rice beer, the right. Well, we can't talk about that. I gotta go get it again. I, I really enjoyed that beer. Lost Zelda show wasn't it? Yeah. Yes. Where we made it through one level. Got to the day coochie was a beer that you gave a six two, and I wasn't here for was it was a Japanese beer, also very farfetched for me. I love pretty much anything from Japan might be one in the beer, cooler. Gone. Trust me. It's gone, there was one, I would have had it should hold a contest because the beer cooler does have passed beers in it still raffle off like a. Lucky winner can win all the beers that we didn't like that Jesse. Well, I'm going to show you how much my pal has improved with beer. I think that I would have rated at one point, this beer a six, but it's kind of light on the flavor. That's what I found. That's what you said. I'm piggybacking off, you like a masturbating beer. So self pleasing pan pleasure in panda. It's not a bad beer. It has good taste. It's light like Laura said, it's drinkable, but there's not a lot of like taste to it. There's no finish to it which is what I prefer a beer. I'm going to give it a I'm going to give it a re point nine because I don't want to give it a four God, just give it sure hard with three point one to bake, the perfect five K beer. A three point one to make it the perfect five K beer if you bought it would not be disappointed. I think you could drink it, you would be like, oh, I didn't waste my money on it, but it's just not a lot of power to it. It's not overly like I could sit down and drink and not even compound those pretty easy. Yeah. Masturbating bear. All right. Nicole speaking masturbating bears, pound it. I also think it's light, it's light on the flavor that being said, the flavor I'm not really crazy about it at all or part apple. I bob. You're gonna leave me to explain that thanks. You're welcome. I'm not really crazy about the flavor. I agreed that it's got drink ability. But it's just not gonna hold enough for me. So I'm going to give it a two. I'm not really crazy about it brew master if I were finishing a race it's a six. Yeah. All six of these right after bears on hell. I could probably drink two of them during four percent. You'd be fine. Oh, yeah. It doesn't matter. But after a race could easily drink six though, flavor wise, you get to see Saul taste in there and get that at all. Oh, I did. I did. I got the sea salts there. But overall I thought it was pretty smooth with the sea salt after taste. I think it's a very fine crispier supremely light great for a post race beverage or just a nice light beer. Overall? I would give it a four I was close to you close in my rating to you. What's enjoyed it? But. You're lessening more flavor. That's my problem with it. I want more flavor from it. I get what they're trying to do. I think for what they're trying to do. It's an overall, six marketing wise perfect. Great. They know who they're going for. It is a runner beer. Yes. But for me, personally, I like beer would flavor. And this is lacking, the flavors of beer beer that gives you the runs. But you're going to say Nicole, you were you gonna say something? No, okay. Overall, even after all, that it is a truly enjoyable beer. All right. Awesome. Lor. Brought you read our sponsor for this week today. So sponsored by seat giant, what is giant? You may ask. 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It's like you're right. I was just kidding women on the five hundred times they have a cake for you once a year something. I'm not funny. Huh. Yes, you are. That you on the plane. Okay. You gotta do about me on the point. And it's really dead. Tired? And I felt sleep and I had this dream. I was loaned it could, you know, that what you do, as you're going to sleep. Your comedies catches. But anyway. Sided three was so sincere. That was great. Stream. Okay. That I was really nervous about doing your show and everything wise to be going well. To be voting disdain. And now we're all right. In the beginning nothing happened yet. And so much for having good to see you. Okay. Stream dream. I n. And I drank that I gave you these pets dispensers. And you said why pets offenders? And I said, well, because you kind of remind me of, like I said, they should respond to sir. Right. Makes sense. I have an old folks fairness, I have a large head and my body contains candy, so. Handy. I mean you might as well be pad. An interesting candy stuff. Combat your neck, like if I was a candy, I'd be like those those little dot on the paper. You know that you like what is that, all of this idiot? Wait. Why would you be one of those candies though? Like an idiot candy. I don't put yourself down put yourself down. That's wrong. It'd be nice candy. I'm sure. Well, let's let's move on. We'll talk about your on celebrity jeopardy last week. I didn't see it. How did it go? Really? Yeah. Free much didn't go. Well, did you prepare? Did you study for celebrity jeopardy? The red light on top of the cameras. Remind me the Brady bunch, and I just kept staring at it as Alex trebek's was talking to me. I kept hearing Marcia go that bad route. I'm terrified now. Thing. Phone. The, the episode there's an episode where someone's scared. Anyway. Nothing. I got a dull for that. He's biting. Kind of like that. More often really close proximity. Add the front, my real wag. I'm like Dorf on golf. Yeah, just ahead. Coming out of something Vida, six four your prophetic legs. Yes. Yes. Very good. Four, I'm going to be a different fee. He. To me. Acid. Right. So you're on acid. Right. Neck. What we got CD here. We gotta talk about before we go. Saini is this are you doing is promoting right now that this like an encyclopedia salesman? I mean, it's hard in cool door to door trying to get people to buy because anytime Steven, thanks. Fame there for ten minutes. Not. Or is it like? Resuscitation. We're gonna take a break right now. And with you the tape. So car. You gotta come back some time because television, but it sure was compelling vision.

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