18 Burst results for "Letterman Leno"

Nell Scovell: 'Ten Years Ago, I Called Out David Letterman. This Month, We Sat Down to Talk'

The Frame

06:37 min | 10 months ago

Nell Scovell: 'Ten Years Ago, I Called Out David Letterman. This Month, We Sat Down to Talk'

"Welcome to the frame John Horn ten years ago. TV writer Nelson Avella took a pretty big risk. She published an article calling out her former boss. Late night King David Letterman for running writer's room and a show that favored men scovill has since co authored. Sheryl Sandberg's two thousand thirteen book. Lean in and last year she published a memoir. You're just the funny parts and a few hard truths about sneaking into Hollywood boys club for her latest piece. In Vanity Fair Scoville met with Letterman to finally talk about gender discrimination at late night. Scoville join me in studio and described what it was like to write for Letterman in one thousand nine hundred ninety. Yeah so this was a dream. I'm job for me I had already worked in Los Angeles. I actually worked on the last season of newhart. And I'd written a Simpson's episode road and I finally. After years of sending material to the Letterman people got a call asking me to come in and meet with Dave and like a lot of late night shows not a lot of women in the writer's room. Now there's only been one before I got hired it was Merrill Marco who was a genius and the first head writer on that show and also Dave's girlfriend at the time so I guess I was the first female hired who was in a relationship with Dave so many years after you leave the show in two thousand and nine something compels you to write about your experiences sir. Right Dave was the victim of a blackmail attempt. He was having an affair with one of his assistants Whose boyfriend found her diary and the scheme was that he threatened to write a screenplay about the affair? If Dave didn't give him two million dollars at the same time Nancy Franklin writes a piece in the New Yorker that points out that there were zero female writers on Letterman Leno and Conan. And I have to say Dave's announcement was not surprise. Is anyone who worked on the show knew about his extracurricular activities. But the fact that I'd been gone for twenty years and they'd move backwards awkward as far as gender in the writer's room that was stunning to me and I literally lost sleep so on a fast forward word to a decision you make and certainly there's another party to this conversation which is going back today. Insane I want to have a conversation about about the fact that you didn't respond to what I wrote. And how did that come about because there seems to be an important condition and that is that it's on the record as we approached October twenty nineteen. I knew it was the ten year anniversary of this article I had written for Vanity Fair and then I just got this crazy idea which is With Dave sit down and talk to me and I knew he hadn't read the article because in this weird coincidence he and I ended up working together in twenty fourteen on the Kennedy Center Honors and I actually had a chance to ask him. Did you ever read that article. And he said to my face no. I don't worry about that stuff. Don't worry about that stuff it meaning inning. He didn't wear. He doesn't worry about what people write about him. Is that what it means. Already doesn't worry about how he behaved and how he treats women he claims it is the former when you sat down with David. I'm curious what was the most striking thing that he had to say. Well first of all it was pretty extraordinary that he agreed to sit down with me. If you do any reading about apologies and someone wronged you find out that as the person who has been wronged you lose status status and so the second Dave agreed will sit at a table and talk. He really did offer me the status right. We were equals at that table and I would love to see more powerful white men doing that sort of thing which is being open to that discussion so the point was not just for me to get what turned out to be an apology from Dave but also to you try to model behavior that I would like to see more. We're talking with TV writer and author Nelson cavill you mentioned in your Vanity Fair Peas. How male all writers rooms have been for people like Jay Leno and he has no regret and no apology? No it's all about the material. Just if you give me material than I will hire you. Just come up to me in a comedy club. He says you know Jay Leno went off. The air was zero female writers and that's he should be ashamed that for the rest of his life. What would you say are the things that make you optimistic about how conversations are changing not just in and around this issue but in the workplace about a show runners interest in hiring a room that looks like the country not like the country club? I do think we've made some improvement and I think it certainly helps to have people like Kenya barriers and Shonda rhimes who have been so successful and even giverny They're all doing amazing work. And I think it's Shonda who made an amazing observation. which is if you walk outside? You see people of all colors. There's US see people from all walks of life that's normalcy so we actually shouldn't call it. Diversity what we want is normalcy. You know in Nineteen nineteen ninety. I went to the EMMYS for the first time Letterman had been nominated and I was in the audience when they announced the nominees for the five best comedies comedies and it was Murphy Brown Golden Girls Designing women wonder years and cheers three and a half of those shows were created by women. Diane English one for Murphy Brown and I sat there in nineteen ninety and thought we we solve this. We proved it. You're if such a dreamer now I just want to get back to where we were in. Nineteen Ninety nells. cavill is a TV writer. She's the author of the memoir. Just the funny parts in a few hard truths about sneaking into the Hollywood boys club. Now thanks much for coming in. Thank

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"letterman leno" Discussed on The Giant Beastcast

The Giant Beastcast

03:06 min | 1 year ago

"letterman leno" Discussed on The Giant Beastcast

"Okay. Running Segev America at the time. I'd put Howard Phillips in that in some form. Okay. Howard lincoln. Form and nester Nestor, of course. Yeah. Yeah. Could be interesting. I bet they would have to amp up some drama. The kid from Malcolm in the middle of the play Nestor tone. I feel like he's retired. He probably got old Frankie Muniz. Acting. He'll die like a really bad stroke or something just gonna chill now tire. Well, if he's not available then from okay? Yeah. Either need to do like amp up some drama or easy to turn it into like a weird slapstick comedy. That is in no way. Historically, accurate can grandma's boy to that. But I'm imagining Halton set fire on catch catch fire where it's like based on real events. But like, Sarah. Alternate take on the movie the wizard, but like what segue was doing to undermine all of that behind see. So every weird thing that happened during that movie, I want there to be like a kind of Sega behind the scenes trying to knock him down. We've got an activator. They've got a power go look at that kid. He looks cool get on this. And they're having a torn omit with an activator. I want the version of that done by Armando you knew she I want the fucking veep treatment allow I want a really Cusi telling the console wars, but mash up bring current current Nintendo and or Sega who's a current star. Danny to hear you. Yeah. Reggie in this for some reason yellow radio with the order food from Pizza Hut. And. I've read a cameo. It looks pretty cool. Good. I don't ever work games here. When you're doing something like that like making this show can they use the actual trademark that fall under some sort of like fiction law. The. The late shift and Letterman Leno, they'd be the rockstar house. Your thing boy did the Microsoft apple didn't they wasn't it? Some that were net net. Is not really the opening Silicon Valley has the actual. All that stuff. Yeah. They use real name. It might be a case where they need to get permission for some of that stuff. I don't know what the laws are around. Yeah. Thought it was a Bill Gates by virtue of like the council wars book, theoretically being true that they then can we're retailing this true story in a docudrama format, and maybe they can get away with. If it's not it'd be even better if they have to fake, the names of Nintendo, like Nintendo or something. Or just never say. That'd be good. The big end. Big jinxed. That's it for the news..

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"letterman leno" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

11:51 min | 2 years ago

"letterman leno" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Welcome to WGN. Yeah. WGN baby. I made it mom. Well, we made it out to see out at Michigan city on the break the mold to her out of the blue chip casino. And if you'll remember you're in the shadow of the nuclear power plant there at the casino, so ripping apart to you remember that I do. But I think that they wore a well. But do you try to build in some kind of local color into every show? Yeah. I love it. When I go to a. And I just kinda scout the town before you go on stage and just talk about it. Because it just makes it more enjoyable for the crowd the crowd just like relates to it a little bit better. You know what I mean? So. I don't want to just walk up and just start doing a routine. I like to like see the town take it all in. And then put my little take on it. You know? Well, your your first impression of the of the blue chip casino. You mentioned, of course, the the carpeting the buffets some other things Chicago is a place that you're that you're familiar with. What is it that you like to build in? And and what do you like to do when you're not onstage entertaining, Chicago, where do you where do you go air the exact opposite of like your stereotypical comedian? I guess, you know, you know, I I like to just go eat, and that's it the first thing I do when we get into town is I'll tweet, you know, all ads working, I go to get something really good. Something local can't get it anywhere else. And then I I go I go on a mission. Then I find a place that no one else has heard about or din to and and and you can't go anywhere else. But that town and that's my goal. Like, it's kinda like just things to keep me. Busy and keep my mind straight when I'm on the road because everything just seems. Start to become how do you say, you know, routine you're on the road all the time? So that's kind of like my way of changing things up for me. We'll have to get you some some suggestions on some different places to Cobb a great food town, obviously we have the James beard awards here. We would have some pretty good Filipino cuisine as well. Do you find as you're traveling? Of course, you've long kind of built it in to the sats and into your routine. You talk about the food your affinity for it. Know, maybe some embarrassing situations on the school lunch side. But as you're finding as you cross the country, Filipino cuisine is is super high right now. Oh, it's amazing. You know? And it's just it's so fun for me to actually see this explosion take place. I feel like I even helped it move a little bit. But you know, because as a child then when I was growing up in the eighties. And that was like I was trying to sell a used car something man, like those paying attention to Filipino food. And I was like like come on you guys tried. It's delicious, you know. And and finally starting to take off right now and people are starting to really appreciate that the flavors, and and and and our culture a little bit more. So I I'm really happy that this is happening, especially now that I'm like, you know, kind of like putting us out there a little bit, you know, with my with stage and talk about my mom, and and get the, you know, our story out there. Well, it worked in one case. My wife came home with some Mungo beans. Right after the show, and he's like, I love Mogo beans. So you're kind of helping people tap into it certainly carrying the torch getting some some new fans as well. When it comes to fans when it comes to sell out. I mean, it's crazy, right? It's amazing. How you've done it. As far as Honolulu. Blazed? I've been there that place is huge. You've got six shows. San Francisco Wakefield, Canada, Florida all those kind of places now, I know David Hasselhoff, he had absolutely no control over, you know, who loves you. And from what place where he become famous. But what is it about Hawaii? If you were going to put spin that globe and put your finger on a place that you said, I hope these people as opposed to maybe Topeka Kansas, which is very nice. But what's what's with Hawaii? Do they love you so much? I really don't. I really don't know, man. It's not complaining, you know. I'm so happy and grateful that Hawaii has embraced the way they did. But I mean, we broke a record there, bro. Last year. We sold twenty two thousand tickets and this year will almost at thirty. Thousands like that we did four Blaisdell arenas now. So it's crazy. That's why when I when I got this Netflix special. I was like we have to shoot this in Hawaii. I gotta show people what's going on out here because people have embraced me. And I love it man here. Walker on that tells the mayor. You're bigger than the mayor there. I got a chance to talk to Sam Choy who's a good friend in one of the greatest shafts in in Hawaii one James beard awards. He even beat more Emoto on iron chef when it was back filmed out of Japan. So there's some serious street credit. He says that that exact thing that you can't even walk the streets that you're as big as it gets there in Hawaii. And you talk about the Netflix special. I mean for comedian coming up it is it's kind of a thankless visits. Tough business. We have some comedians that are hosts here a regular hosts on on WGN. It's tough. Right. And so what is it? I know that you've been on all the biggest shows when you make one of those specials is that kind of it not being here on WGN with me. But when you get to make your own Netflix, specialty, you say do you ever sit back and say like what we did we made it. I think first of all I just gotta shout WGN because when you're a kid growing up in the eighties basic cable is Carolina of like the blue leg version of regular cable. I it didn't have the premier channels. You know, what I mean, like, my friends would have HBO Showtime, and I just had basic cable, but base. Cable came with WGN. You know what I mean? And it also came with Turner Broadcasting the original like w what is it WTT s. So it's like as a kid and and doing stand up comedy you have goals. You know what I mean? And and one of those goals was to be like, yo I want to be on WGN because I thought it was the coolest network you guys had the bulls because you know, what I mean, and and that was special to be. So when I finally got on WGM, I remember taking it all in man. I remember sitting on that that death. You know what I mean? And do the interview at WGN I was just like yellow I do. Seek those kind of gold that you put in your head like you just subliminally put them in your head. And just I don't know for some reason it just happens as long as you just follow your path. Right. So it's like what I did the WGN theme that was something that got knocked off of my my bucket list. And then, you know, getting an hour special. Then I got that knocked up late my bucket list because I got on comedy central. But my number one goal was to get on Netflix. And they never offered it to me. So I wasn't gonna let dream go, man. And so I went and paid for that special myself like I produced it myself, and then and then a wedding and try and sold it to net flix. And and that is I guess the reason why I went to slow way just to tell you this story. But I think we stuff like that stuff. Just starts to happen. Like, yeah. The platform Netflix. Took me to that next level. But I think the passion and the drive is. Of course, the routine was you know, what I that's my best routine. I've ever done so far that it shows man just showed you could mean Netflix took it to that next level, bro. So all those steps got me to where I'm at. I think WGN everything I think this is a testament, I think this is something that people can take away from it as well from the listener size. No matter what it is that you wanna do. Sometimes you need to be the one pushing. It isn't always one of those stories where you're in a coffee shop somewhere and somebody comes in and says, you're great you'd be perfect. Let's make your dreams come true. Sometimes you gotta go ahead. And and do them yourself. I saw that you've got a chance to be on the tonight show with Jay Leno. And that was one of those things I knew whether it was Letterman Leno for comedians. They felt they can kind of look back and say like, hey, this is that moment when you knew that this is what you were going to do regardless of your passion. Right. That you knew that it was clicking on the career side. What was the time? When you knew that this you're gonna go. Sell insurance or do anything else that this was going to be it? I was I think I was and I'm not lying. When I say this. I feel was eleven when I knew I was going to be a comedian. And that was it. I always already set mentally like you're not going to derailed me. My mom was not going to get me to go to college. Even though every single day in highschool, get ready for college, get ready for college. Could bring your grades up to college in my head. I'm telling my mom. I've not telling her to her face. I in my head. I'm like. Going to college because I'm going to be a comedian. And that was it. That was my only drive in in the tonight show was like number one on my list, because I all I watch with the tonight show with Johnny Carson and that had to happen. So yeah, I knew the minute. I got out of high school that that's all. I did. I remember the first time I went on stage right out of high school. I joined a competition called the biggest fools in Las Vegas, and that bombed so bad, man. I mean, they heckled me. And and and I remember I couldn't get off the stage and the manager on the side of the stage with flashes of lightning yelling at me to get off the stage. That is. Person. Would it quit stand up comedy that night? But I remember going home going. All right. So I gotta get back up again. When you think about it as far as trying to sell it. You mentioned on the on the food side is trying to sell a used car and sometimes when it's the career side and kind of your dreams and passions. Sometimes your family members of the toughest one to sell such a big part such a beloved part of everything that you do is your mom being built in to your routines and all that kind of stuff. And now, of course, it's a it's a great success. And and you share the fact that she she loves all of it. You know that she's a big fan of all that kind of stuff in the in the more recent stuff for break, the mold you're building your son into it as well. The trials and tribulations of parenthood. And all that kind of stuff is he is on board with it as as your fans loves it. He loves it. It's so cool because you'll Netflix just on every television right on every foal right now, and and all his friends watch the special so they'd embraced be. And and my son is like, you know, kind of like king shit right now because all the kids love the routine, and they quote my stuff at school. They wear my shirt, and it's pretty cool man in he's excited for this next special. He can't wait. There's a couple of jokes that he asks he goes are you for sure doing this one? I'm like, yeah. I'm doing it, man. Get ready. Get ready because they're gonna talk about it at school, bro. What do you think about Vegas? You mentioned that as far as some of those kind of formative moments in, you know, it'd be really satisfying. I think and maybe this be one of those things to do. Maybe do a residency in Vegas down the road. You look at the contrast from where you started to where you are is that anything that you've thought it was like, hey, you know, it's great to tour. And I know you love to see people people love to see you. But you're almost to that point. Maybe you could just say like, here's where I'll be you guys show up here. Yeah. I I don't think I would enjoy that. I think what I love the most is the change your. I mean, like, I really enjoy change of scenery change of environment and change of culture, like every city has a total culture. You know what I mean? I wouldn't like to be the hub where everyone comes in. You don't get me wrong. I play Vegas once a year. And I love it. You know, I really really love it. But to do a residency. I I don't think I could do that. Yeah. I really still enjoy the touring asked. Of stand up comedy. I I'm in love with it. I will die doing this, man. Well, hey, don't die anytime soon. Because there's a lot of tickets out. There have been. So we'll get kind of crazy sitting down yet. The cafe or is it not for dinner. It's always care top cellini on your like what's going on. Well, what do you think about this part of it is from a comedian standpoint you've done it, all and you you said change, right? Maybe to keep it fresh. You're doing the TV side of it. Now, the movie side of it sock. A little bit about anesthesia, and is part of this where you through your research, and and all the stuff that you've done you realize that Vladimir Lenin had a at an unknown or lesser known funny side, the you're going to be kind of helping to bring out with this movie. Yeah, we're gonna take a quick break. When we come back. We'll we'll we'll get to talk about the new movie anesthesia more with Joe Koi right after this. It's on the road with Dane here on seven twenty WGN every business is different with the different vision in different.

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"letterman leno" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

02:02 min | 2 years ago

"letterman leno" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

"Appearances on behalf of the university. It's goes up to a million for being a stoops and like I just don't see how you look at that and don't see something fundamentally wrong with it. I pay stoops with education. He's got plenty of time now. Go pay him, pay him with education, right? Let him go to the library as much as he likes as he could check out as many books as he likes. It's a big bonus. He gets he can take as many classes as he likes. Let's give stoops let's pay him in the monthly installments of of all the classes he'd like until two thousand and twenty eight at fury aiding. But I wonder like if stoops if he takes another job, I'm assuming those payments go away. If he takes another Geno that's severance that's just he had just recently signed an extension. All of that is severance they just they just give him an extension. Then they're like, oh, that Texas laws never mind. Let's get somebody who costs more money because there are no salary. Caps code, Oklahoma would be kind of foolish to give him a non compete. I want to ask you guys something might because I don't know what the rules are, but pop culture was consumed yesterday with the circus at the White House where you've got Kanye west in the presence of Donald Trump and. Hijinks ensued. So there was a sports science. Jim Brown was there l. that's right. Sports tie, and that's right. Jim Brown was lording over the preceding. Thank you, Mike. I'm here for you. Be careful. So what I wanted to ask you guys about, because we've talked about some of this before. I can't wait till the book gets written on this. Okay. Late night. Television has been a fascination in this country for a long time. Jimmy Carson Ed Sullivan, Johnny, Johnny. Carson. Wow, and just fifty dollars. Yeah. Okay. I'm sorry there to Jimmy's in prime time and late night. Fair enough. I know it is bad. That five dollars five, five always said. So Johnny Carson. If you've books have been written about the war between Letterman Leno to have the tonight show, which was America's.

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"letterman leno" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

The Adam Carolla Show

04:28 min | 2 years ago

"letterman leno" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

"At least in that area is where the Tonya Harding, Jeff gloomily, like Nancy, Kerrigan, knee, whack. You wanna talk about a crime from a not of the century, but from a different century, which is I will go Wacker in the knee and eliminate my competition. And then I started thinking that's insane. And then I realized way. Wait a minute. If I just went around and just took a baseball bat to Letterman Leno, and God forbid Kimmel, you know what I mean? Just literally took out every funny person on TV eventually eventually when you know I got through, you know, Kobe, Aaron Stewart, and all the rest of those l. that guys in the Taj and Dane cook affectionally hit everyone who the bad they would come to me. You know what I mean? They would back the Brinks truck. I mean, there's a certain math and it would take a while, but every night to be no funny people born during this process, but just remember every night then when you walked out for the monologue, people would be so petrified at that point that if you didn't get left, you'd have to stand there, staring them until someone handed you the bat and brought it out, and then they go. Yeah, forced laugh. No one would want that. All right. The butcher's played. There's one more up there. We try. Give it a shot at Gabe, eighth man get it on what's going on gave not a whole lot. Just sit at home. So what do you got in your title? Here's what I got for you. Children's jail, children's jail at how 'bout this. This is a comedy, a dark comedy about, you know how they're privatizing a lot of prisons. They don't talk about juvie. This is a privatized prison sort of juvie and it's run by some guy would have been Rodney Dangerfield would have starred in this thing back in the day where it's guy, all he wants is the money. He's not really providing much security. You know, here's a coloring book and a rubik's cube, you know, he's not providing anything, but what happens is there's an inspection. Inspection. Remember every movie used to loosely based on. There's going to be inspected in three days like, oh God, we gotta get our cramp together. Fred Willard type Cam more. Larry Miller, perhaps. Just to close Larry. Miller runs the children's jails, and he's really, it's really just a way to make money. It's just a way to make money from the state. And again, the more money that goes into education and health and human services and all that the less goes into his pocket. So it's one of those things where it's like what's wrong with a nine man bunk bed. I don't see the, you know, I don't see the problem with that. We put some pillows down around the base unless the guy in the top has a bad dream and falls off. There's all there's got a little Irwin main way from the old SNL skit. Speaking of that, maybe Aykroyd his partner. How about that? Could you work with Danny Acura is pretty seem sane. Not drinking out of his skull main way tax in order to get more kids in. He has like like the sort of beds are like the slabs at the coroner's office. Sliding in and there's a part where like they need money. So he goes out and recruits and he's like, what do you got? Their kid eliminates Dan? Yeah, you got a license for that lemonades. No, yeah. With me, put zip ties on them toss in the back of the mini van drives a little farther. No, she Ryan a bike with training wheels. I am last, I checked. You look like you're under seventy five pounds. They're logging assures shell is back in the van. You know, he's just goes along and he's just pulling kids out tossing and you make it a period piece like the sandlot. So. I don't want to talk about a woman's. Oh. Sorry. I know what the last scene is. I don't know anything else about the movie. The last scene is I- whoever's playing the director of the jail gets locked in his own cell by the kids who've rebelled climbing of it. He holds his hands up and you hear long. So the chemicals way back with him going. No one will come get. Right, right, right. Yes..

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"letterman leno" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

01:51 min | 2 years ago

"letterman leno" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Because he was not very mainstream use black comedian, and he mostly play black clubs and so forth, and he wanted to make it into the mainstream. So he hired like Letterman Leno to help him right. Some jokes that would get him. You really hired David Letterman and Jay Leno. Yeah. Oh, yeah. Letterman I think in the at his last show, thank Jimmy Walker, live on on television from his last show for helping him with his career. Is that right? And getting them launched? Yeah, Hulas that I'll Jimmy Walker good stuff. So we're going to have him on the show next week, a Norman Lear who just turned ninety six. He? Just, signed a deal with Sony to reboot. They just rebooted one data time which is a big hit, and it's a great really really good show And it's on net flicks and just Greenland all in the family and the jeffersons and good times to be kind of reimagined in some way so Norman Lear still going strong at ninety six. And I'm sure that's the secret to his. Longevity is he just never stops and never going to, talk, about the fest for Beatles fan fans in Chicago that's coming up in a couple of weeks so we're going to. Do all that all next week Dave great Sunday. You to Dave and have a, great week and have a great Sunday to all of, you as well The Steve Cochran show celebrates the most valuable person on the planet weekday mornings at seven twenty On seven twenty WGN Chicago smart speaker. Users just say play WGN. Radio and tune in. Curtis producers been here now for fourteen hours go get some rest buddy, I am playing right it's five o. one. Here are the top stories with Mr. Dave Sean a few clouds and sixty four at O'Hare. The Cook County medical examiner's office as a body found yesterday afternoon about six miles in Lake Michigan is indeed Fifty-three-year-old John center rally of Lincoln park WGN, TV's Courtney Guzman says the Chicago yacht club has offered its condolences to Mr. Santa rallies. Family adding they have some things.

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"letterman leno" Discussed on The Herd with Colin Cowherd

The Herd with Colin Cowherd

04:35 min | 2 years ago

"letterman leno" Discussed on The Herd with Colin Cowherd

"Joy Taylor's joining me. We've had a very rambunctious show today dunk. Shes just had a friend of mine in the NBA an executive, say, Nike air stealth. I love it. He likes my coli Leonard shoe. The staff has put together a Leonard shoe commercial for later in the show best for last all the work for an iky are by the way actor comedian, David Spade, good dude, funny, funny, dude, got a new movie out that I've been told by somebody who went to it. It's a riot. He's one of the few comedians just put on the air. He was on Howard Stern the day. He just got great stories. He's got an 'paparazzi thing there on him all the time. So I'm going to have David Spade on in fifteen minutes. Okay. Our number three yesterday, Todd Gertie got his big new deal, but lady and bell. The Steelers still looking for his. Here's why a message teams and businesses and messages all the time. How they treat one employed, they send a message to the employee's how they low ball. This employee, they send a message to other employees. It happens in every business I've ever worked in. Todd Gurley yesterday for the Rams news broke on our show, got a record setting deal, not just a new contract, a record setting deal. Shatters the way running backs or pay guaranteed. Money was massive. Lebian bell was low balled by the Pittsburgh Steelers and it leaked to the press. Isn't that interesting stuff leaks when somebody wants leaked the Steelers? Did. Those moves were not just about football. I do believe girlies more valuable. The Rams Jared Goff young quarterback than lady and is the Steelers and hall of fame quarterback Big Ben Todd girlies had no suspension. No drugs, no holdouts, no calling out his team to the press in bells had suspensions and injuries, and drugs, and hold outs and bad press. Todd Gurley has frankly been the better employees and his bosses not only rewarded him. They gave them a little more than the position usually is worth. This is why NBC chose Jay Leno over David Letterman critics preferred, Letterman are tests comedians preferred, Letterman. But if you ever read the book by Bill Carter about Leno and Letterman and it was an HBO movie, it was fantastic actually. The story is they were deciding one day in Florida. They had a big meeting all the executive NBC and NBC was owned by a company called GE. And Bob Wright was the president and CEO of GE and he flew down after days of negotiating Leto Letterman Letterman Leno. Leto Letterman Letterman let who do you choose Bob, right? Walked in quickly and said, who's a better guy who you want to be in business with the next decade who's easier to work with our Philias and they're like Leno, Bob, right goes. All right. Let's do it with Leno. They're both good. Let's go with Leno. Walked out. Todd Gurley is the better guy to work with. The better teammate better in the huddle, not gonna, call up a team more adult, fewer headaches, less baggage for all you for all you millennials out there. I know you want to change the world. Man. I'm gonna push back in a thorny, man. I'm gonna have a voice, man. I'm going to create my own system and I'm going to push back man. I know that's cool. But here's what's cooler, forty, five million dollars in your own private jet. That's cooler k, it matters. Be a good teammate. Don't push back. And if you wanna push back at least pushing the direction of the organization's wishes by the way, Chris Carter first things first this morning, he talked about why girlie got more than levian bell record-setting to humiliating offer the difference between human elbow is it's not the big plays. It's not who's a better receiver, one guys in the drug program and one guy's not. So why would I give fifty seven million to a guy that potentially is looking at one more slip up and he's going to face a number significant suspensions. As you look at these running backs and you start trying to reset the market, you'd better also check what's to character. And what does the league in that organization? Do they trust them? Because I believe that Todd Gurley this one of the few times we've talked about tog early. He already got his money and we'd be talking about women talking about l. bell for over two years. Thank you from a hall of fame player from a hall of fame player..

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"letterman leno" Discussed on The Herd with Colin Cowherd

The Herd with Colin Cowherd

04:40 min | 2 years ago

"letterman leno" Discussed on The Herd with Colin Cowherd

"A combination of New Hampshire and bad acting. You'll see. Okay. Here's David Spade net flicks father with LeBron. This is the datum fighting. Time. You know, six people met at here in this room along. Yeah, I never found anything. So strong punchers from electric. You're not human was my taser gun and I will use it again if I have to by the way you didn't do that. Clinton was that you that was took stun gun. I took the fake stung for the other guy. I getting thirty fights in that movie. It's just my stump man getting by the way David Spade Howard Stern. He's one of those guys like Letterman you. He goes home and just hides all so you don't hang out with him. He doesn't hang out with anybody. Sometimes we Email our whatever your Email that's not hanging out. So he Howard's like Letterman. He's a recluse. I tried to pitch my emailing hanging out, but you caught me. He's Howard reclose. Yeah, for sure. Letterman's like that too. You know, I nor- McDonalds a little bit one time I wrote Letterman a letter. You did? Yeah. Why. Wouldn't you be scared to because he's kind of too much by the way kind of the prince of comedy for that show. It was one of the first ones I got on, we loved Letterman. You know, Letterman even stand up. He was just very Dr. ERI, cool, you know, didn't care. And so we all right. Are firefly wanna be on. Letterman have like us. So I went on probably ten times when he was on. But when he would laugh it was the best. Like if I'd go on the panel and try to sit back and he'd go, like if I actually cracked him up, that was a big deal. Oh God, you can meet you were dealing with Iowa people. Look, if you did Leno, it was full of Iowa. Yeah, exactly. You do Letterman guys that have calms on the Hamptons and the bar, and they're weird and they're snooty in there. It's a Corky show. I will tell you when I go on these shows Ellen who's doing stand up now again, she's race are great, Letterman Leno. You know, wherever I am found when I think of stuff to talk about, it's always different. So I will only talk about this on Ellen. This. Dry stuff on Letterman that would crack him up, I think, or just for his audience. And then this is more for Leno. It's funny because they're all a little different. So what I'm going to try to say on there and talk about, I think I try to tailor it and it would usually sort of work because you know, Letterman you can do the wispy jokes that are barely jokes, and he appreciates, yes. But in the other ones, it's just crickets. So you have to sort of know what you're doing. Lander Letterman's the anti joke. That's why he loves Norma. Donald. Like norm. He's got a lot of anti jokes norm. Oh. Now he's one of my buddies. Everytime we have dinner, I go norm. Are you with us what's going on? We were on stage. We did Sandler, Schneider wielded it to her Nick sorts norm, and then you know, very smart comedian. He's very, very gets kind of kooky. And he had one of those nights where sorta win little sideways. Schneider gets up because he was hosting and he goes, well, Seattle. You're gonna get one norm or the other. And tonight you got that one. And the norm later goes, we have this big group chat, then he's ragging on Enron. Is that all about the I mean norms different, but he's also he's also a genus, highly respect. He was on Letterman's last show. Yeah, Robin Williams was on Carson's lash shown. I'll be on yours which is not long from now, is it Friday or is that a room. Today's different thing for every show? No, this is not really. This is my stuff join. I brought game father of the year net flicks I'm going to go to those Lakers games, but Kelsey, they're better seats than I do. Yeah. Show showbiz phony. I have the agents that we in that four four seats right in the front by. I know I've seen RIA said everyone hates it. You sit in the front row every time. It's some noxious. What's our us, the purple, and then LeBron's going to be there. I think he should should to ingratiate himself maybe takeover the t-shirt gun at halftime. Oh, that'd be something that'll things matter. David, Spain, great heaven, Yang..

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"letterman leno" Discussed on The Herd with Colin Cowherd

The Herd with Colin Cowherd

04:40 min | 2 years ago

"letterman leno" Discussed on The Herd with Colin Cowherd

"A combination of New Hampshire and bad acting. You'll see. Okay. Here's David Spade net flicks father with LeBron. This is the datum fighting. Time. You know, six people met at here in this room along. Yeah, I never found anything. So strong punchers from electric. You're not human was my taser gun and I will use it again if I have to by the way you didn't do that. Clinton was that you that was took stun gun. I took the fake stung for the other guy. I getting thirty fights in that movie. It's just my stump man getting by the way David Spade Howard Stern. He's one of those guys like Letterman you. He goes home and just hides all so you don't hang out with him. He doesn't hang out with anybody. Sometimes we Email our whatever your Email that's not hanging out. So he Howard's like Letterman. He's a recluse. I tried to pitch my emailing hanging out, but you caught me. He's Howard reclose. Yeah, for sure. Letterman's like that too. You know, I nor- McDonalds a little bit one time I wrote Letterman a letter. You did? Yeah. Why. Wouldn't you be scared to because he's kind of too much by the way kind of the prince of comedy for that show. It was one of the first ones I got on, we loved Letterman. You know, Letterman even stand up. He was just very Dr. ERI, cool, you know, didn't care. And so we all right. Are firefly wanna be on. Letterman have like us. So I went on probably ten times when he was on. But when he would laugh it was the best. Like if I'd go on the panel and try to sit back and he'd go, like if I actually cracked him up, that was a big deal. Oh God, you can meet you were dealing with Iowa people. Look, if you did Leno, it was full of Iowa. Yeah, exactly. You do Letterman guys that have calms on the Hamptons and the bar, and they're weird and they're snooty in there. It's a Corky show. I will tell you when I go on these shows Ellen who's doing stand up now again, she's race are great, Letterman Leno. You know, wherever I am found when I think of stuff to talk about, it's always different. So I will only talk about this on Ellen. This. Dry stuff on Letterman that would crack him up, I think, or just for his audience. And then this is more for Leno. It's funny because they're all a little different. So what I'm going to try to say on there and talk about, I think I try to tailor it and it would usually sort of work because you know, Letterman you can do the wispy jokes that are barely jokes, and he appreciates, yes. But in the other ones, it's just crickets. So you have to sort of know what you're doing. Lander Letterman's the anti joke. That's why he loves Norma. Donald. Like norm. He's got a lot of anti jokes norm. Oh. Now he's one of my buddies. Everytime we have dinner, I go norm. Are you with us what's going on? We were on stage. We did Sandler, Schneider wielded it to her Nick sorts norm, and then you know, very smart comedian. He's very, very gets kind of kooky. And he had one of those nights where sorta win little sideways. Schneider gets up because he was hosting and he goes, well, Seattle. You're gonna get one norm or the other. And tonight you got that one. And the norm later goes, we have this big group chat, then he's ragging on Enron. Is that all about the I mean norms different, but he's also he's also a genus, highly respect. He was on Letterman's last show. Yeah, Robin Williams was on Carson's lash shown. I'll be on yours which is not long from now, is it Friday or is that a room. Today's different thing for every show? No, this is not really. This is my stuff join. I brought game father of the year net flicks I'm going to go to those Lakers games, but Kelsey, they're better seats than I do. Yeah. Show showbiz phony. I have the agents that we in that four four seats right in the front by. I know I've seen RIA said everyone hates it. You sit in the front row every time. It's some noxious. What's our us, the purple, and then LeBron's going to be there. I think he should should to ingratiate himself maybe takeover the t-shirt gun at halftime. Oh, that'd be something that'll things matter. David, Spain, great heaven, Yang..

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"letterman leno" Discussed on The Herd with Colin Cowherd

The Herd with Colin Cowherd

02:03 min | 2 years ago

"letterman leno" Discussed on The Herd with Colin Cowherd

"To show it to you. Let me start with this. A message teams and businesses and messages all the time. How they treat one employed, they send a message to the employee's how they low ball. This employ, they send a message to other employees. It happens in every business I've ever worked in. Todd Gurley yesterday for the Rams news broke on our show, got a record setting deal, not just a new contract, a record setting deal. Shatters the way running backs or pay guaranteed. Money was massive. Lebian bell was low balled by the Pittsburgh Steelers and it leaked to the press. Isn't that interesting stuff leaks when somebody wants leaked the Steelers dead. Those moves were not just about football. I do believe girlies more valuable than Rams, Jared Goff young quarterback than Leibniz to the Steelers and hall of fame quarterback Ben Batat girlies had no suspension. No drugs, no holdouts, no calling out his team to the press in bells had suspensions and injuries, and drugs, and hold outs in bad, press Todd, Gurley, frankly, been the better employees and his bosses not only rewarded him the gave them a little more than the position usually is worth. This is why NBC chose Jay Leno over David Letterman critics preferred, Letterman are tests comedians preferred, Letterman. But if you ever read the book by Bill Carter about Leno and Letterman and it was an HBO movie, it was fantastic. Actually, the story is they were deciding one day in Florida. They had a big meeting all the exact NBC and NBC was owned by a company called GE and Bob Wright was. The president and CEO of GE and he flew down after days of negotiating all Letterman. Letterman Leno. Leto Letterman Letterman let who do you choose Bob, right? Walked in quickly and said, who's a better guy who you wanna be in business? Where's the next.

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"letterman leno" Discussed on The Herd with Colin Cowherd

The Herd with Colin Cowherd

02:03 min | 2 years ago

"letterman leno" Discussed on The Herd with Colin Cowherd

"To show it to you. Let me start with this. A message teams and businesses and messages all the time. How they treat one employed, they send a message to the employee's how they low ball. This employ, they send a message to other employees. It happens in every business I've ever worked in. Todd Gurley yesterday for the Rams news broke on our show, got a record setting deal, not just a new contract, a record setting deal. Shatters the way running backs or pay guaranteed. Money was massive. Lebian bell was low balled by the Pittsburgh Steelers and it leaked to the press. Isn't that interesting stuff leaks when somebody wants leaked the Steelers dead. Those moves were not just about football. I do believe girlies more valuable than Rams, Jared Goff young quarterback than Leibniz to the Steelers and hall of fame quarterback Ben Batat girlies had no suspension. No drugs, no holdouts, no calling out his team to the press in bells had suspensions and injuries, and drugs, and hold outs in bad, press Todd, Gurley, frankly, been the better employees and his bosses not only rewarded him the gave them a little more than the position usually is worth. This is why NBC chose Jay Leno over David Letterman critics preferred, Letterman are tests comedians preferred, Letterman. But if you ever read the book by Bill Carter about Leno and Letterman and it was an HBO movie, it was fantastic. Actually, the story is they were deciding one day in Florida. They had a big meeting all the exact NBC and NBC was owned by a company called GE and Bob Wright was. The president and CEO of GE and he flew down after days of negotiating all Letterman. Letterman Leno. Leto Letterman Letterman let who do you choose Bob, right? Walked in quickly and said, who's a better guy who you wanna be in business? Where's the next.

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"letterman leno" Discussed on The Herd with Colin Cowherd

The Herd with Colin Cowherd

01:43 min | 2 years ago

"letterman leno" Discussed on The Herd with Colin Cowherd

"The last four minutes of that game toronto mr last eleven shots i bet you didn't lose i didn't miss eleven shots in a road and a game all year long i don't have it but i bet it against the cleveland team that's not a great defensive team you were at home you are well rested you add more gas tank like lebron is in their head you bomb on letterman leno or carson that's in your head and i don't care how good of a road comic yar you're never going to get past that so this is interesting and i do like toronto to win big tonight i like toronto we're not going to get into the big bet that mcintyre and i almost made this morning during the team meeting oei this bet is happening colin oh no no it's done you didn't stand up for you call your wife once you have to call your wall okay you gotta call me out on national radio for calling my can i bet are mazda on that day out i laid it on the table you said no no we're done fine okay let me shift gears to this so this is a very interesting quote so mike florio pro football talk it's like a website he runs it so he has a quote today excuse me no mechanism he says how does a six foot quarterback who ran a four eight forty not only first pick in the draft but a guy that many teams coveted an executive that was actively evaluating quarterbacks in this draft said if the draft had been held a mmediately after the college football season ended may feel likely would have been a high second round pick.

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"letterman leno" Discussed on The Herd with Colin Cowherd

The Herd with Colin Cowherd

01:43 min | 2 years ago

"letterman leno" Discussed on The Herd with Colin Cowherd

"The last four minutes of that game toronto mr last eleven shots i bet you didn't lose i didn't miss eleven shots in a road and a game all year long i don't have it but i bet it against the cleveland team that's not a great defensive team you were at home you are well rested you add more gas tank like lebron is in their head you bomb on letterman leno or carson that's in your head and i don't care how good of a road comic yar you're never going to get past that so this is interesting and i do like toronto to win big tonight i like toronto we're not going to get into the big bet that mcintyre and i almost made this morning during the team meeting oei this bet is happening colin oh no no it's done you didn't stand up for you call your wife once you have to call your wall okay you gotta call me out on national radio for calling my can i bet are mazda on that day out i laid it on the table you said no no we're done fine okay let me shift gears to this so this is a very interesting quote so mike florio pro football talk it's like a website he runs it so he has a quote today excuse me no mechanism he says how does a six foot quarterback who ran a four eight forty not only first pick in the draft but a guy that many teams coveted an executive that was actively evaluating quarterbacks in this draft said if the draft had been held a mmediately after the college football season ended may feel likely would have been a high second round pick.

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"letterman leno" Discussed on The Herd with Colin Cowherd

The Herd with Colin Cowherd

01:43 min | 2 years ago

"letterman leno" Discussed on The Herd with Colin Cowherd

"But it'll affect your brand and your performance when you go back on tv you've been branded clayton kershaw has the lowest e r in one hundred years he struggled in the postseason seventhinning it affects him i believe it like lebron is in their head he is he's won twenty eight of the last twenty nine games against toronto and cleveland i mean you might as well call them lebron raptors unless just give them a new name the lebranchu raptors this thing once somebody gets in your head on a big stage it does not leave you can go to therapy for years like did you watch what happened in that game one toronto had a double digit lead in the third a double digit lead in the fourth the coach freaked out kyle lowry freaked out dhamar derozen disappeared their best wings shooter couldn't shoot like that is mental more than physical that without the last four minutes of that game tronto is our last eleven shots i bet you didn't lose i bet you didn't miss eleven shots in a road and a game all year long i don't have it but i bet it against the cleveland team that's not a great defensive team you're at home you are well rested you add more gas tank like lebron is in their head you bomb on letterman leno or carson that's in your head and i don't care how good of a road comic yar you're never gonna get past that all three hours of the heard always streaming on the her channel on the iheartradio app i am a big believer in people who are secure in themselves tend to help others not be territorial.

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"letterman leno" Discussed on The Herd with Colin Cowherd

The Herd with Colin Cowherd

01:43 min | 2 years ago

"letterman leno" Discussed on The Herd with Colin Cowherd

"But it'll affect your brand and your performance when you go back on tv you've been branded clayton kershaw has the lowest e r in one hundred years he struggled in the postseason seventhinning it affects him i believe it like lebron is in their head he is he's won twenty eight of the last twenty nine games against toronto and cleveland i mean you might as well call them lebron raptors unless just give them a new name the lebranchu raptors this thing once somebody gets in your head on a big stage it does not leave you can go to therapy for years like did you watch what happened in that game one toronto had a double digit lead in the third a double digit lead in the fourth the coach freaked out kyle lowry freaked out dhamar derozen disappeared their best wings shooter couldn't shoot like that is mental more than physical that without the last four minutes of that game tronto is our last eleven shots i bet you didn't lose i bet you didn't miss eleven shots in a road and a game all year long i don't have it but i bet it against the cleveland team that's not a great defensive team you're at home you are well rested you add more gas tank like lebron is in their head you bomb on letterman leno or carson that's in your head and i don't care how good of a road comic yar you're never gonna get past that all three hours of the heard always streaming on the her channel on the iheartradio app i am a big believer in people who are secure in themselves tend to help others not be territorial.

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"letterman leno" Discussed on The Dan Patrick Show

The Dan Patrick Show

02:01 min | 2 years ago

"letterman leno" Discussed on The Dan Patrick Show

"It's really really well done you know when we look at these curb your enthusiasm and some of these other shows it's really you go back to what garry shandling was doing he let you behind the scenes of a fictitious late night talk show when you had these wars that were going on you know letterman leno didn't get along obviously our city oh then came in and all of a sudden you know they're trying to get the right gas and you can't go on that show if you go on that show that we're not gonna have you on our show there was real friction that was going on there certainly with letterman leno and you had garry shandling who said let's just let people inside understand what goes on in booking guests you know the producer of the writers everything then you know who is dating in the office in it it was just so well done i had an idea that i wanted to do something similar to that and it was going to be a sports version of that a talk show in let you behind the scenes so if you had to guess come on peyton manning what was going to be playing a role as peyton manning like he might come on and have a real problem with me or whoever the host was and during the commercial break we might be yelling at each other and then you come back from the commercial break and then you're just talking like your friends that's what you know garry shandling was able to do i was going to meet with him i went out to film some of these sports jeopardy shows and then i was going to try to meet with garry shandling and a friend of his was going to set up a lunch and we're going to go and i just you know he was pitched the idea and i just wanted his blessing and he said you know let's have lunch so i said next time i come out to shoot sports jeopardy then we'll have lunch and he died before i had an opportunity to sit down and meet with him in just to be around him and understand you know all of these comedians they pay on to gary.

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"letterman leno" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

01:38 min | 2 years ago

"letterman leno" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"And i don't only of doing anything at the time i just knew that i wasn't an actor ryan and weren't ruined his career i earn i i had a i don't know i i've another offer a two guys that i know billy ray and robbie fox wrote a sitcom and there and warner bros was going to produce the sitcom for nbc or cbs one of the networks and they had 9 comedians come in four to audition for the lead role and there were like big comedians alike ray romano was one of them um you know all the comedians at were up there were hot really hot at that time is in the low to mid nineties and and they asked if i wanted to do it and i said yeah i i don't think so 'cause i i know you guys from from third grade and i don't want to ruin your sitcom right because these other guys are actors they got that fire in the belly and they wanna do it and i'm just sort of a i go i guess mike radoman actor i can't act and so they have auditions right and you know paul uh a you know all these comedians come through the paul reiser you know all these guys you know in a while in an instant a and you know brian regan i think maybe one of maybe i don't know but a that level of guy right guys that are on letterman leno and they travel around and so the casting director at the end says a atas only one guy that didn't show up and doesn't want to do it it's a guy named conway on omar about what a idiot begged yeah but i i truly didn't.

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"letterman leno" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

01:50 min | 2 years ago

"letterman leno" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

"Wanna know why are you guys were why you guys were gone m mike salk brought up a really good point is like with the aurora bridge we've had so many problems the or a bridge why why aren't those partitions in the middle of the bridge i i avoid that bridge at all cost you a little it is it's a scary bridge but i wanna know what's the reasoning behind why wire improvements not happening on the roads i mean we're finding it and millions and millions of dollars on a lot of our projects but they were still being pushed back and pushback what's the hold up why why do we continue to spend the money and and the work knock it done don't look odd want interview howard stirred it or business i think he's probably the best interviewer but i never heard anyone do a great interview with him and even one jerry seinfeld second there was a very medians of cars getting coffee i really wanted to see that jerry seinfeld had the ability to turn the mere back on howard stern eighty didn't that moment he sat down with stern and they were fighting for that mere because when you do it a great interview you're try to turn the mirror uh it's like a great rock show where they finally turned the mirror on the audience in they turn the lights on you and the spots coming on you and they pull the microphone away you start seeing and that's what you wanna do what a great interview seinfeld didn't do that even when he was on all the late night shows letterman try to do that didn't do that letterman leno tried to do that i always walked away one going there's something to there i wish somebody would tap into it but nobody ever have so you think you've you're the guy i think i am gotta tap into that i think i'm the guy coming out we're gonna check the cars tracy taylor and that right after that uh starbucks just got a lot more money will tell you about an ax is they needed more money it's the ramadan showing howery.

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