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Outtake: Claire Watches Emily in Paris

The No Budget Filmcast

03:34 min | Last month

Outtake: Claire Watches Emily in Paris

"I see oh with brilliant and it got really bad abuse. Emily in paris is thirty You know lily collins so you liked it. I did you watch it you know. I'm a boy. I would love us like not there. Yeah and basically was like 'cause she knew i would. I wouldn't have no interest in watching that. 'cause she's like yeah. I watched it when you weren't here. Because they need hate it. I don't think she did. Actually it's the kind of movie that she would look. I think she felt it was too much of that of a movie for her. I don't know maybe she did. I don't know. I don't remember what she actually said. This like. there is the fashion. It's so cliche like like as you get worse super so so i saw It was may after one episode of Embarrass is this is terrible. The after ten episodes this is terrible. This is it's a romantic remind decides brazen. The paris is single sex in the city which you probably never watched cedar put if you're like into fashion you know. Obviously you're fashion to know when and where it's brilliant like it's loves the fashion and shows like pirates West is very that. She's oh gosh american. Yeah you refuses to to to integrator. Like he meets sam her and he's like oh. I just finished college tournament a cheese. He thinks he's like twenty two twenty three collage infringed in secondary schools. This she she was with. She got with the wrong younger brother by an accident. You don't realize just didn't know melissa. I hated i actually had to go. And then it was like ten episode season two or certain tell you what is getting loads of publicity. And the korean government's star on broadway you know. And she's really interesting background like he can't guarantee that a young fifteen year olds in real life and make a wish kids so so they went sue. Her wish was to broadway and see all the shows on spiders to to go studying musical appeaser. You won't like lows awards and everything and talks origin and into you know what it was. This interesting ever get sick and do the make a wish. I'm going to be like my make a wish. Is i want to star in a big big budget. Blockbuster action film. I want to start in the next marvel. That's for yeah. I know it's an ancient in britain. Make away she's there. Yeah there probably is. I'm probably tools. Nuttier did that's probably true probably right.

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The Bachelorette Recap

Chicks in the Office

1:47:47 hr | 1 year ago

The Bachelorette Recap

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Just sitting in wet clothes. It's already cold outside. And there's just nothing you could do. There's nothing there's just like I had layers on it was just through my sweatshirt my shirt, you know, when you get your sneakers wet, and then they saw they stay wet for like forever like my feet when I took my Segers off when I got home to my apartment, my feet were like still wet, stinky as well. I don't know. I didn't smell test. But I would assume maybe probably if you have wet socks and wet sneakers definitely stink. I was not miserable at feel day. I was just fighting with everybody in the whole time. So that'll be interesting. You guys watch that video when it comes out if you're interested. I don't know we are into besides this podcast, of course, where we have so much that we wanna share with. You today friend, the bachelorette back back back back. It is something. Okay. We were recaps back. Yeah. Recapture back. We were nervous about this season and the best of all. All we have a Hannity interview coming to you next week. So I I'm so excited. I'm so excited to talk to her. I'm so savor the season. I even just from the ABC knows how to get me even just from the promo for the season. I feel like Hannah is showing kind of more, like bad ass Syria side like no bullshit Hannah. And I go to enjoy it. I, I appreciate that. Fully the coming attractions. Always got me mad, because I'm like you're spoiling the show and I'm seeing the path, but they making you. It's so well and honestly, they're still times. I watch that we're shocked during the season. I guess it doesn't matter. But Fran we have so many great topics that we talked about on this podcast. So let's get into it. Okay. We got Zach Ephron and lily Collins, who, who have to be in love convinced there, they have to be less. We have Paris Hilton talking about Lindsay Lohan. On watch. What happens live, and Courtney Kardashian and John Mayer rumors? John Mayer cleared it up. Also on Andy Cohen. So Andy Cohen is the king, and he gets everybody to say anything, literally anything. It's amazing. We also have to recaps so game thrones. And the bachelorette two very different things. But here we are were just very diverse women. We very diverse interests us, the type of people we are we do both bachelor endgame, thrones. I gotta say my views on game of thrones are now, creeping into my view of the bachelorette, like I'm hoping people on the bachelorette, turn evil and kill people, because I'm forgetting, it's a real show. Right. With people real feelings. Yeah. Real life people go. It's not all made up like game of thrones. But either way we cover it all for you so friend, let's get into it starting off with Zaka Ron and lily Collins. In your. We keep trying to talk about. I'm so. Of the afternoon be of over that make you crazy over my, but it says the so. Says the Silva cut of. Zac, Efron, lily Collins are in love, and it's quite it's quite obvious after this glamour video that they put out. It's a friendship test. They did it with plenty other celebrities, but they would sack Ephron lily Collins and the music the backdrops actual tissue will tell you, when the two of them was literally raise Rawling on my body through the screen. I was watching the two of them and I was falling in love, because they did a friendship test, and, you know, you have to say nice things about each other Noah play the clip. And, you know, like the nicest thing, ice literally, the nicest things you can't say, nicer things about some would say about somebody if they were like describe your boyfriend or girlfriend, like what do you like about them? Yeah. That's the kind of answering, you would get if I was. I know it's I know it's obviously different because it somebody of the opposite sex. But if like we were doing the best friend says, I don't know if I could come up with the ni-, like the, the. The words vocabulary on these ran. I gotta be honest. If somebody asked us to come up with nice things about each other. I'd be like she's funny is like I don't think I would really give gap really dove in ain't doing opposite sex. Like say Noah say put me no on a thing like friendship test, like, say nice things about each other. I truthfully don't know. No is shaking his head. Like I don't really know you like. I would need like a date. Fucked up. No. But it's the jokes. But on. But when you look at it on the outside, it's like lily Collins Zach, Ephron may really just think we're really good friends. Like we are really good friends. They each other for a very lots of like they're probably thinking, we're great friends. We know each other for a long time. They don't look at each other in that way. But then when you see the, the chemistry in front of your face. It's hard not to say lily Collins Zack from belong together, and now they probably are watching the video like holy fuck. Maybe we are in love, if I saw that video of me, and one of my guy friends, I honestly with that kind of chemistry. Yeah. I think I'd have to say something one hundred which is why I mean like just don't even put anybody in that place in the first place like glamorize. He knew what they were doing. Yes, exactly. They've known each other for so long now I'm convinced that they well, there were rumors that they did date like. Like years ago, very briefly. They were like really young. I think it was like post Vanessa Hutchins era, but even if they didn't or date or whatever I after watching that video, I'm convinced they've hoped, I think that they may or may not have hooked up. Maybe it's one of those things that they haven't hooked up. And that's why the sexual tension is thinking about is so no, I pay guys. No. Because usually if I feel only years a pass, I feel like they hoped up when they were really young. And now it's like old friends and whatever it also could be the fact that they have been friends for so long. And they haven't hooked up that it's just been years and years, years of this chemistry building up at some point, they're gonna crack and bang each other. I don't know Zac front as a girl. Yeah. When I was young, I had a friend that I had hooked up with. And now we're like very, very close very happen. So it's like, and we're so comfortable with each other may. Maybe but it did have an when we were when we were young, whatever it could have with them. But when when you when those two were just staring into others, is I have no idea. How lily wasn't just like. Slickest all like us going for the kid, which it says your natural instinct. She looked at him and she was like your is getting bluer and he's so God. Damn highs reorders. Listen, if you're staring anybody in the is, is for a long period of time you could get lost in them on convinced that you could take like any attr- say, you have an attractive, male friend. He make him stare into your eyes for minutes. Like you're going to be like, well, he's getting high. It'd be like, oh, just gonna have natural is just primal gonna happen. But besides that lily Collins ACA are in love like it is so, so apparent so apparent they might not know it, but we could all see the chemistry like they belong. Together, we go even talk about their new movie because we haven't even and going back to the things that they were saying about each other, and then Zaka from was like. She lily the one thing that I really love about you. My favorite thing about you is that you love baking, and in my wife, I just need somebody who disliked bakes cookies, and he's talking about what he needs. She standing right in front of you. She stand. He was like you have such a great smile. No joke like watching a ten minute long romantic comedy was like four meets girl, their friends. They don't know what to do the tensions there. Will they won't they and then the video ended, and we were left with a cliffhanger? I that's how I feel about it. If lily Collins, Zac, Efron, don't get married. I'm gonna feel ri- those crazy kids got to give it a shot. Get shot. I don't care. I'm sorry, Zaka FRANZ girlfriend. But have you seen have a girlfriend right now? What do you mean remember? So true, the norm e swimmer your from Europe writing where yes, he can't be dating and I forgot about. So I forgot about her after watching Collins, like he must be exactly that's the thing like how is he supposed to act like he has raised hem is around with that girl? We haven't seen her anywhere. Yeah. There is no amount of chemistry that's going to compete with lily Collins Zaka from like that. No two beautiful people just staring like watching to beautiful people stare into others is the, you want them to hook up so bad. And I don't know of that's just like everybody's natural love of watching sex scenes in movies and stuff. But I was just like kiss kiss. I honestly like I gotta be honest ice started having feelings for both of them video, because I was you want. Yeah. Hypnotized by their pastor hypnotize. So check that video out if you have it because I can't believe that it's called the friendship test, actually crazy that they named the friendship and you haven't seen it go watch. And you'll know like you'll finish that video and absolutely one hundred percent agree with us. And if you don't I love to hear why because it's clear as clear is if you don't agree with us. Then tell us exactly why you don't and I'm ready to fight you on. You. Baby. Perez Hilton went on watch what happens live with Andy Cohen, and they played plead the fifth, and, of course Paris, did not hold back Paris Jan hold back. That's why I love Paris Hilton because she can tell you what you're doing wrong, and she's allowed to say it, and nobody's going to be like Paris Hilton mean they're just going to. Yeah. Created that brand for self and Andy Astor about Lindsay Lohan Astor, if she could say, three nice things, and her three nice things were that. She was so beyond, and then she's also lay bare, I love Paris. Hilton of power Sylvan mainly she is the original basic bitch para. Yeltsin is the original. But she's the best she's the best ever do it. She always will be. And when she just sits back, and she's like, Lehman embarrassing. I wish that I and her voice, and that voice is fantastic. And embarrassed. The thing with the thing is Lindsay Lohan was cool at one point Lindsay Lohan was a great accurate. The parent trap freaky Friday, confessions of teenage drama, Queen all the great movies. I'm probably missing some that people are going to get pissed balance. I can't believe me girls that's the one mean girls great movies. She was. Cool. At one point, then she was lame and embarrassing. Yeah. They and they had such like a friendship in the party girl seen. They were out all the time. And then, you know, Lindsey wen Kuku could chew and that was the end of that. Now she Lehman bear shot into Paris Hilton for keeping it together. All these years. She has Britney went coo-ca-choo. So did Lindsey Lowe hand Paris Hilton. Yeah. She stayed power Sultan, and I could see her. They wouldn't Nicole Richie to them. I could see Paris Hilton calling Lindsay Lehman embarrassing out with their friends back in the day, like Lindsey, stop. You're being lame and harassing like I just wish I had footage of this man. I feel like now I'm just it's going to be a go. Like what a what a what a insult that really cuts to your core. I'm and embarrassed. I'm gonna start calling people lame embarrassing if they get mad at me. I'm gonna be like, no I'm just I'm just imitating Paris Hilton. Yeah. I'm just it's just a quote. So you can't get mad at me for that. Exactly. Is she? She. She talked about having a possible fallout with Kim Kardashian. And whatever she was like, I think that was just like the media twisting things because she's in my new music video shameless plug friends asked and for her music video, asses hot. Yeah. It's like I need Paris Hilton to say something of mine is hot in life for me to feel accomplished. Paris Hilton you look me in the eyes and be like that bag is hot. Whatever it is what it is. It is tell me something as hot. How me something is hot happy life goal? Have Paris Hilton tell you that. Yeah, that's definitely big time life goal. And then she was also asked about Miley Cyrus, and if the rumors were true that they one time, made out in club, and she said, maybe, maybe she knows how to keep the people on their toes. She didn't she didn't deny it. She didn't say, yes. And she said, maybe a baby's totally Paris Hilton Miley. Cyrus making out is one hundred percents something that happens for sure. One hundred totally see it happening. Totally. Make out Paris and Paris DevOps. I mean, I would make our Miley, N Paris together. I mean, would you I totally understand what you're saying? Maybe not at the same time, but individually Paris Hilton Cyrus came up to me, and they're like, let's start making out with three of us almond. I imagine that story I made parents still tied just panic in the moment, really oh, one hundred God. No. I would be like Paris Hilton Miley Cyrus and RIA, have a making out session. Yeah, that's headlines. Yeah, yeah. Oh, it's it's headlines and honestly, something that I would be proud of. I would tell everybody I made out with both power Hilton, and Miley Cyrus, but it would be so funny because the headlines would just be like Paris Hilton Miley. Cyrus bake out with random Londe in club with random blog nor me in club. That would be so good. Yeah, it would be so good for us. It would really ragged about that. Nonstop, so my parcel thin. You've got your game game. Moving getting. Not the same. It seems to me. Kasuga. Can sing too? When life gets busy. Your nutrition can be the first thing to suffer. But it does not have to be sun basket. No matter your lifestyle. Sun basket caters to your kind of healthy with the listener plans like paleo, carb, conscious gluten free Mediterranean, diabetes friendly and feeding plus quick and easy. Recipes, you can enjoy a dinner full of organic produce and clean ingredients in as little as fifteen minutes. Plus a brand new carb conscious meal plan with thirty five grams or fewer net. Carbs per serving. 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And then from that it was Corning card. Ashington John Mayer are hooking up, according also went on Ellen Degeneres and Ellen played a game of like this guy or that they that with them. And yes. And she picked John Mayer every time. So it was feeding into those rumors. But everything leads back the Kris Jenner one hundred percent and Jami clear that, you know, Chris has a lot of power. She's the kind of person that you like you wanna be on her radar. You want her to know who you are? But you don't want to be so much on her radar because she can take you down, like he realizes the amount of power that she has. She has the power to ruin your career. Kris Jenner has the power to ruin anybody on this earth. Yes. And she just has probably, you know, her little. In Jons little birds. What whoever she sends the tabloids who start things, and they're like, like whispering birds chirping. Quitting, John Cornyn. John. Yeah. What do you think what I just planning it so strategically? Do you think that Kris Jenner has people that work for her that she knows are snakes, so that certain things do get out, and she talks about things on purpose in front of them? So shake it out. I feel like that would be a smart move for sure. I feel like they do I they probably do the same thing as the royals, the royals would acts. This is so not at factual, this is so not a fact. This is something from the will and Kate lifetime. Real. It's not real. I always think. Royal and the willan Kanai time movie, it comes from a real story like that one time principal told the story, but I actually have no idea never fact, checked himself, just. No. He says it in the movie. All right. At with his friends, he would tell all of his friends like one crazy weird story like if he met a new person, you would say random story, and he would only tell it to that person. And if that Perstorp's came out in the news and the tabloids, he knew that, that person was was a leaking stories that is great. I start doing that to people like he would just like crazy like stupid fake fat. And if it came out to be like, well, listen, you're out, if I don't, if I don't trout. Yes, I would also like to clarify this is from the willing lifetime came. It could be a real story. It could not. But, but I like it. Either way it's smart either. I'm very Irie about, like I'm always like can't. Trust that person. But I also I also like love talking to people so. Right. My big problems. I like I'm always like you can't trust that person. But I also love talking at the same time, I'm gonna start throwing out fake stories to people and see what comes back around. Right. I'm gonna start testing Dustin. And I feel like that's definitely in Kris jenner's play, right? Like, when once you high like if you're hiring new people, and she's bringing new people into their circle to just say something crazy. And if it ends up in us, weekly and three days, you know, that blur no needs to be done. You're over with I love that move. And I think it's a move we should start doing friends. Yes. Start testing people in the office. See who the real sings starts? Yeah. Yeah, yeah. The often we'll make up a rumor, honestly, I'll make up a rumor about you. And then we'll see if it comes comes back around. Yeah, I've met with that people. Gossip in here, so like, like crazy. So if it's if I have your permission, I'm going. Make up a rumor about okay that's fine. All right. Fair I haven't thought about it yet but. Okay. Good. And then we'll follow up with everybody rate. But John Mayer also clarify, that he like there was never even any kind of relationship with Courtney crash and not how there was absolutely nothing. They also said he's like post his dating celeb- life. Like he thinks he's done dating other slept. He always says that he, I think John Mayer has no idea what he wants. I know you know, John Mayer, the most non close, not John Mayer, but I haven't, but I think he's scared of like going back in the media and everyone. He's made it a monster last time. So you're right. He's terrified of the media. He says it every time on the instrument. This is gonna be in the news. And you, you could tell he says it with a like a like he's joking but really in the back of his mind he's scared of it. So I don't know. I bet that he wouldn't date somebody as high profile as Gordon crashing a one hundred percent he would date some. He like has David yet. I gotcha. I Gotcha annoy me, nor me Cassie David not enormous but he's not she's at one hundred percent now not at all. But closer, the Gordon Kardashian. Yeah, I'm not a fucking Kardashian, but card after eating Kardashian is not even like dating a celebrity a whole different level. Your dating Alleyen yet, it's a whole different level of, of breach of privacy. This week. We had the fifth episode of the final season of game of thrones. The end is almost near I'm almost. I'm sad. It's ending. But I'm almost happy. It's ending because A I honestly can't take everybody talking about it anymore. Yeah. It's. Game of thrones. Twitter has become a very hot topic. And I honestly think game of thrones Twitter is ruining the show more than the shows ruining the show. I l people, let's say the show's ruining itself will give it throws Twitter's ruining. I agree with that, completely, I think that people are diving way too deep into this fake show. Yeah, it's fake. Everything's fake. Everybody is diving into it a little too much. And I think you're right. I think that game of thrones Twitter is ruining the show because they're pointing out things that I wouldn't even realize right. You know, like they're like the people that are naive like us. Yeah. You know, sometimes we don't catch things. But yet game of thrones Twitter's catching everything. And then I get mad. There's times that I like it, and there's times that I immediately go and it just it's become such a gigantic thing that it's like I, I watch the show with other people, and I don't even immediately interact with them. When the show ends talk about episode immediately on my phone seeing what other people are saying about I'm like, why do I care what other people about it? I had the same problem last night. I watched with a few people and afterwards, we didn't speak. We all just win and our phones and I felt weird about it now. So we feel so weird right now. Oh, maybe because I haven't spoken in the last hour and a half. And now I'm just looking at my phone. Meanwhile, there's people are just reading about people out game throats. I gotta say, I took a pretty big LS night just from going from the Sixers game into thrones. And then just being like a sad, sad human and gin. All the Sixers law. Well, yes. Sixers but why were you sad? Because the game throats. Oh, no, no. I wasn't. I would. That's what I was saying. Wasn't really sad about game of thrones. I enjoyed the episode. I've really haven't ha-. I haven't finished an episode where I hated that. But I it's because of going immediately on Twitter, and then getting myself upset. That's I agree. Like when last night's episode ended. I was happy with the episode. I felt the episode was very strong. I couldn't breathe the entire time I through throughout the episode thought I was going to have to stop and say, I got to go to the hospital. I catch my breath yet. That's how bad it was. At one point. But then afterwards when I go online wasn't that good immi-, exaggerating? But we have to stop thinking that way, we need to go with our initial thoughts. So I'm gonna talk about my initial reactions before. I went online and read whatever else was thinking from the beginning. We knew that Danny was turning into the mad Queen you could see the evil crazy bitch, and her eyes last episode and then it fully comes out this episode when she realizes that everybody betrayed her. John warned her and said, I, you know, I have to tell them, and she said, you can't tell sonza you can't tell are you can't tell anybody this is between me and you. John didn't follow that. Yob Asli told them sonza, then toll Tyrian Tyrian than Wintel various and then the it just continued. And from there, they betrayed her. So the fact that she went mad. I don't blame her. I don't blame her for going that I get it like, obviously, you know, just straight up killing people in the blink of an eye shows, you have no mercy. But I get it. It makes sense is just everyone. And it's like everyone was so mad that, that was the direction that the writers decided to take her character in, you know, like it was like that her character deserved more. But like the does not archaic ter-. We didn't write this carry out. They can decide what to do with care, also love it or hate it. But it's not like she. Deserved this fantastic ending. She's been building up to this moment for a long time. I feel like it's not even just the season. It's past seasons. There's endless examples of the crazy showing and having people around her to stifle it. But now all the people around her portrayed or are dead. Yes. Exactly. So she's going crazy. The people that are acting like this came out of nowhere clearly haven't been following the show. Dad was the mad king. Obviously, she has it in her blood. She's a product of incest, by the way. Yeah. So she's going to go crazy. I don't think it's I don't think it's weird at all. That, that's the the way they went with her character. I don't get why people think that I mean, she's a made up character. What do you mean? She deserves better. Right. Like that. Who she is actually she doesn't deserve anything. She's the mad Queen now. So there's no. And they said the same thing with Jamie, Jamie deserved better than to run back to search. Like no Jamie was a freak who loved banging his sister. That's. Just his heart the entire time. Jamie has banked sister. They had plenty of children together. Why is anybody acting like Jamie deserve to have a better ending? Yeah. Jamie was a sister banger. And that's what it comes down to the all. They all get closer thrown. And then they go nuts. I feel like that's it just a theme. Right. It's happened to almost every character. It's gotten close. They, they lose it. They go crazy. They start killing people. I feel like that's almost just. Symbol of how the aren't thrown makes you absolute your mind your sensible mind, you lose it. When you're striving for the iron throne, you lose all sense of yourself. That's what happened. She was toes. And even when she took out various, she was just like SIA Audra cars. So it was just so like, Djuric are the way that she said it ever. So calmly gave me chills like aspire to have that amount of confidence and poise that she had when she just looked at him said to cars, that's it. That's it. She didn't scream it. She just set it so calmly. Let the dragon just fire him off. I personally love that car. It was almost like a whisper GR's, that's it. And I, I actually loved it. I this episode had everything that I wanted obviously surveys, dead now, which is the, you know, one of the complaints that I would say how about this episode was, yes. I'm happy. They killed Sirsi. That's great. We all like you've been watching the show, you want her to die. I hope unless you're on the other side of it where you've been rooting for her. And that's crazy. But we wanted her to die, but we wanted to see sir c Daiei slow painful death, like get her throat slit, I wanted to see her get her head off her head lying on the ground with blood pouring. What a love to see that. But we just saw the building collapsing on her with Jamie, in kind of a vulnerable moment. Which people didn't like to see that from, sir. See because, you know, she's this powerful bad person. She knows how to manipulate people, but every person. Who is a powerful figure like that. They're some sort of insecurity on the inside, that's going to come out eventually and they're gonna crack. And that's what happened with Sarah, so she was crying. Jamie's arms like I don't wanna die. I don't wanna die. So in the end, she was just a scared as everybody else. Right. And they went with, like the very poetic, Justice of the red keep falling on top of her. She said, multiple times that, you know, the red keep would it fall would've Falwell fell in fell directly on top of you. Now you're dead, right? Would we've liked to see something a little more gory perhaps, but definitely Tommy ups for sure. Tommy smokes actually blog about this episode, I enjoy the blog because he's defending defending the episode musical, sir sees one of the most hated television characters what better way for her to go out and everybody hate the way she dies. Yeah, I get that. Because everybody is hating the way that she died. But we couldn't even get a moment like yes, we'd love the way she died. We hated the way she everything about her, but I really would have loved to see her head. Get chopped off like we saw net stark at his head chopped off. We cat get her head chopped off. We saw a basically all of the Starks. Get their heads chopped off. But we couldn't see sir see die painful death like Joffrey and Ramsey. All of them, right? Actually got to see them die with her. It was kind of, like boom falls on her. Maybe they wanted to throw something else into the mix since just everybody was just getting absolutely visually slaughtered, like visually. It was so gory. Right. And just blood and guts. I love reigns and head squashing. But it's been worse than it was in that position like it has been, we've seen worse than than they gave us. But I did love all of visually. I think it was so good. I think separately. Yes. But I don't think we've seen it all together. Like in one episode. I mean battle the bastards can't, but what throw like the mountain into the mix and every like I just feel like blind. I think. I think battled bastards probably the most. But I guess this one had, you're right. This one had everything we had the hound in the mountains like children. Yeah. We had we had the hound in the mountain. Finally, this is my favorite. I was favorite part of the episode battle it out. I felt as if when it was happening kind of, knew where they were going with it. They, you know, because they both couldn't kill each other. It was like a back and forth, constantly the mountain hard motherfucker to kill a really high on straight up. He's, he's very hard to kill. And then the, the hounds tackles him into the fire the perfect way to send them off. Yeah. Was it was beautiful, and that they had to go down together in order for either one of them to die. The mountain squishing just hearing a Carver's head or whatever the fuck. That's Weasley guy is against the you know, love that took him you may like he made him like that. Like he made the mound like that. And he was like, well, I literally do not give a fuck about you anymore. Like the city is falling you can die now. Yeah. I loved it. I love that part. We also got to talk about our girl aria who somehow survived this episode. People are saying it's plot armor, obviously was written that she survives because realistically, she would not have survived. This is real life. We're talking she wouldn't have survived that. But that's the beauty of the TV show is that she did survive it, making her the baddest bitch of the Senate, seven kingdom. She gets through everything makes out alive on this one, and then there's the white horse at the end which symbolizes something people are trying to explain it all over the internet. We're dive into the bible. Yeah, we're getting to the bible. Now. I'm just. Gonna wait and see what happens next week because I can't tell you what that horse meat thought it was brand. Yes. Brand. Some people think it's death writing on a pale horse, whatever that means. I don't know it's going to mean something next episode. I hope so because we are getting Jack shit from brand, and there's one episode left and I'm going to need some something from brands thing I didn't sit and while brand sitting wheelchair all up for no reason, you have to give us. So that's the only thing that I think will legitimately make me mad. There hasn't been a lot. But if that if, if this show ends, and there's just nothing like he's just plays no role whatsoever. We get no explanation that's really gonna piss. They can't be that dumb, if the writers are dumb enough to not include brand in the ending. Then we have a problem, but I don't think they're going to be that. I think that now everybody's going to be against Danny. Because the bell rang she was supposed to stop. She wasn't supposed to kill anymore people. She said fuck this, I'm killing everybody. She went nuts. She just that dragon or the dryer king's landing, and killed everybody. She was just trying to kill everybody. And, and there was a lot of conversation about the dragons will how come they were able to take out a dragon last week. And she's just fucks up all the weapons this week. I think she was just totally taken by surprise last week. And now she went in with this past episode with some kind of an idea of how they work and seeing them, work and realizing how slow they are like you shoot a shot. But it takes a while to reload, obviously that makes very vulnerable. She exploited that wipes out the iron fleet and this the same thing with the plot protection. Whatever I was so. Oh, psyched to see. You're on go up in flames and to see that guy climb onto the beach like you've gotta be fucking kidding me. Nobody from the iron flea is alive. Except for your on climbing onto the beach just at the perfect time to kill Jaime. When that fucking pirate came out of the white, I it's honestly becoming a problem that Sean Leith. I'm in him. Localized so much when I Don Lee Holly, so in the office, I'm like fuck you Shaw but meanwhile he's he's not him. But I can't separate the two. I'm having a hard time separating. You're on and Sean Lee them, he pisses me off, and this motherfucker comes out of the water like nothing happened like heating, get shot in the face. With dragon fire like his stupid face. He might piss me off the most out of everybody on the show and then him and Jamie, going back and forth. They're having this battle, Jamie gets stabbed. So we'll time multiple times. You're on get stabbed once and dies, Jamie. Get stabbed multiple times and walks off, like. Immune to getting Zaib that come out also bothered me. And after the first stab I thought Jamie was going down. And that, that if you're like I Gotcha. And set out loud, if you're on just killed Jamie, I'm confused so mad like if that's how Jamie lesser dies by getting stabbed by your on. So, so angry, clearly, you're on is a bad kit. Like, maybe he's just a bad with the sort missed all the vital organs multiple. I, I don't know how jamey made it through. I mean he was going to die anyway. So I guess they wanted him to die with certainty feel like they could have eliminated dabbing Dakhli. They could've eliminated at least one of the stabbings, and they could have had your on and Jamie, like fight in front of, sir. See, so that it would have been more realistic for Jamie to die with sir because he wouldn't have had to travel, you know, he had to walk all of that way. How did he do? It could have been more of like a battle for the baby. Right. But whose baby whatever he made it through your on space. When he's like, I'm the man who killed, Jamie Lancaster. Out if I wanted to puke on my TV screen actually, gave me nightmares. I relieve nightmare. He like that character did not deserve a last line. No, he should have just gone up in flames with the iron fleet. And that would that would have been it. I thought he was gone. I was like Bamut on piece by your on. We don't I don't feel you're on deserved a proper goodbye. Like we shouldn't hundred percent. He already got to kill one of the dragons, now we're going to give we're giving him. Goodbye. Get out of your gross. He's like I sucked the clean. You're gross, you're gross. But now next week obviously season finale there's nothing left after next week, which is the craziest part about it to me. Because each week, we're like you know, there's more there's more this more. Yeah. Well, this is going to be we're going to have to accept it kit Harrington. He said it was disappointing would doesn't make anybody excited for the end of the show. I think somebody's going to have to Danny. I think I think it's written in the stars. I think that deniro's dead, John, I think that what's going to happen is Danny is going to try and kill San's now because she mentioned, your sister, betrayed me, and obviously, she killed various who portrayed her. I think she's going to go kill sounds and John's going to have to stop Danny from killing sonza, and then try and kill her or Oreo is going to try is gonna have to kill her either way. I think she's dead. But let's see some let's see her head. Get shopped off like it. We need to. Danny, danny? We're going to need to see a brutal death from Danny probably have to. I don't wouldn't see them going soft at this point. No. When it comes to tar Garin death, but it's, it's, it's crazy. Because like you said it is ending. Danny, and John had a moment in this past episode also that he thought, maybe there would be a sliver of hope for her. Which, which is interesting because it's like classic that of all shows a game of thrones, which has been always been very relationship based but having John kind of reject her. Being the last straw here was crazy. It was she Dan, you just want a little sex, and John was like absolute like, no, he, he kind of backed off and the rejection. She couldn't take the rejection any longer. So she snapped. I think I don't think that it's that I think it makes sense. I think she was like this person's dead this person betrayed me. And now the guy that I love he now, he betrayed me. And now he won't have sex with me. He wants nothing to do with me. Like what do I have to live for? She's like I don't like the people of winter feller not mine. My people are gone. What does she have? She's like fuck this. I'm queen. I'm taking over killing I don't think she's going to win in the end. I think it's going to be a win for the Starks. They'll come out on top, and I think she's dead. There was a moment though. I forgot to mention when aria and the hound I thought they were gonna die at the same time last episode. I would have needed extensive therapy for that. They died at the same time now that would have been something. The fact that are still alive, something has to happen with her. There is no reason for her to read, roaming around battle. If if she's not as an have a purpose in the last in the last episode your and say, and Tyrian and Jamie, had a very nice could buy thousand other between that total opposite on the spectrum here between that which was like a nice moment and the hound in the mount. But. That was it was a nice ending their relationship. I felt like once that happened. I was like, all right. One of these guys is definitely dying. This episode how dumb is Tyrian though we didn't talk about how dumb tina's Tyrian really thought that he was gonna free Jamie Jamie wasn't going to go to see. He oh at the beginning like from the beginning. I mean Tyrian is the one who free, Jamie? Yes. SS Tyrian really thought when he was letting Jamie go there that he was going to actually go run off and nocco back to surf like, how go back to surf daddy. No, I'm saying Tyrian he was telling teary and he wasn't gonna go do that. Like how dumb is Tyrian to think he wasn't gonna go do that. Like Tyrian actually believe Jamie wasn't going to go back to Sara sake. Right. Well, Tyrian wanted him to go back to search term was go get go. Get her go ring the bell, and then get on the boat and go have your life with your baby. Okay. Okay. See, that's what I was confused about. But I still don't like how dumber you for doing that. Yeah. Like you. Yeah. I think it's just like that was his last effort to try and save life. I to try and get them to surrender. I think he hoped that if they did surrender deniro would would pull back. But why would he ever think that Danny would be like, oh, yes, Tyrian? I'm so happy that you freed your brother to go run off with sir c and that she still alive has not seen a pattern here that was dumb of Tyrian very right? And I guess, maybe it was like a. Now problem. Let's, let's go after seeing Jamie later. Let's save all these people now at this point doesn't even matter because they're both dead like Derek Zanny will know on the little one. She goes back and he sees not there. He's dead. So it doesn't even matter. Yeah. But there and there's been people in this is why game of thrones Twitter also has been so crazy because everybody freaks out on like little things, yet the coffee Cup. And now Jamie had a moment where his literal last moments hugging. Sir c and you could see, like they didn't keep his fake, our hand on. You could see his real hand. It was like, really? Yeah. It's one of those things that I say it just makes it rushed. Yeah. Heels, rush it feels rush, but I also wouldn't have noticed that if I didn't look on Twitter. Yeah. Oh, I didn't notice watching the thing. I didn't notice it. And then you see it. And you're like, oh man. They rushed it. But I kind of think that. It. It's being put in people's heads. You know, when you read something enough, you start to believe it. I think it's being put into people's heads that this is bad season. Bad writing and whatnot. But I think that if I was just watching the season straight through, like I did with the other seasons, I would have been, I would have been like this is how the show went, this is how they wrote the show because looking back on past seasons. I'm not watching them being like well, I wish they did this with that character. Right. Is what it is. What happened happened is it is the this season is so different from the rest, but I'm not gonna sit here and say it's it's bad, right? It's not a bad season. It's just what they decided to do with it, right. Which people don't people don't let some people don't like it. You say it's bad, all of it is very opinionated. Like you could think it's bad and you could love it. But everything comes from your personal interests of the show. Right. So whatever you like to see from the show is where you're going to stand on it because Visu. Really, it was insensate leg insane episode of their television. Directing the visuals and everything about it like, oh, it was good. It was one of the best made TV show episodes strictly from the directing. And the and the visuals, one have you ever watched a TV show that look that way. That's a movie that looked like a movie. So I give them credit like people are saying it's rushed and whatnot. Like, how do you create such a visually stunning episode and have it be rush? I think we're the rushing comes in is when it comes to the writing, because realistically, there really wasn't a lot of dialogue in last night's episode. Yeah, it's and it is, it's it is a little disappointing to hear that HBO offered them, two more episodes, and they were like, now we're good with they offer ten. They were like do ten. They said, no, that's, that's crazy. That's kind of crazy to me just like that. Maybe they don't really have anybody in their corner, giving them critiques. I feel like they're so worshipped that whatever they produced. Maybe nobody asked any questions. I I mean I don't know about that. A lot of people that here's my problem. A lot of people trashed the writers and whatnot. But like you try and write a better ending everybody acts like they would write the best show on earth. Yeah. Yeah. They are the people who wrote the show or obviously, came from somewhere else. I but like you everybody thinks that they could be your better writer. They're the writers of the show is let them write the show, that's where my problem comes in, like, don't say that their trash writers and this, not the other thing when you're not a writer. Yeah. It's, it's hard. Because they I mean, the k- there was so much inspiration for them to work off of what books and them they didn't have the books to work off of an exam. And then that's when things took a turn. Yeah, but I do think they should have. I don't understand why they didn't mention from Dr Martin. Yeah, I don't understand why they didn't take the extra episodes in create more because they could have created a longer story. They just didn't want to do that. But when people call them trash writers in this, that the other thing, like, no, they're not the have one of the best TV shows in ever. Yeah. Oh, it's, it's so hard. It's just anytime you take something that originated as a book, and you put it film make it visual. And you have the books and you stick to the books and everybody's always happy about that. But if the books end or if you stray from the books. And you try and keep it going. It's always going to make people upset. Always that's why the classic argument of like, oh, was the book better than the movie like happens all the time, because you're never going to get a perfect translation from book to, to move your TV show or whatever, especially when the books aren't even done. It's not the writers faults that the books aren't done right. Dr Martin's just he's it hasn't finished. He slacked he didn't finish the books. That's his fault. He finished it. He could have written the ending. Everyone's like, I can't wait for his ending like know, maybe it could have written that ending years ago then because this was their ending their ending came out first, and that's that I would assume that he would have something similar, because it would be so insane for them to end the show pre book pre books and then having the storyline wrap up in the books and just be completely different what the TV show did. But we'll see if he'll ever if. Even if even ever finish. Yeah. I mean at this point, why even finish it at the show is going to and yeah, you know, people read your books, but it's kind of weird to have two different endings to the same characters. I don't really want that to be honest. I'm sure the people who are reading the books are read the books want that, but I personally don't. One of your different end base because his ending in the book is better. But, like why didn't they do it in the TV show? Yeah. Yeah. So yet it we'll see next week as the finale, not this is in this is it. We were wiping our hands clean of game of thrones. Whatever happens happens the way it ends, it will end, and it will fade, and it's a TV show. So we'll get through it, but we might need some therapy after. Yeah. Especially for some in the office. Yeah. People might like there. There might need to be like a group media. Yeah, we're gonna come in next month. Just be ready in one of the view, ready. Just to talk to everybody just about the ending throw exactly. Though. Shit. Lisa knows how important is to a better life. Lisa is the foundation of a healthier better. You all Lisa products have been thoroughly designed to go beyond creating a comfortable bed and to transform your veteran into a sanctuary, you want to spend time in Lisa's. Most popular multi-layer foam mattress is made with premium phones for cooling, contouring and pressure relieving support. 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Premiere was on Monday night Hannah be were interviewing her tomorrow. It's going to be fantastic. But the season premiere was Monday night, and, you know, the first episode how it goes, it's two hours of just getting introduced to the guy. Right. And there's a lot. I always loved the intro the intros I love, but it's hard to keep up with for me move. I again they move fast. And I can't tell you anybody's names besides the people. I hate. Okay. That's fine. A we'll go through all the guys. And I'll remind you who everybody. Okay, perfect now I feel like I just have like I have a just a. Database like in my head now. Right. Because I contest after we went through the contestant bios. Yeah. You know, their names and their bios but not what they look like. Yeah. I didn't know really who they were. And then when they come on the screen, Mike. Yeah. I every bachelor and bachelorette introduction is so cheesy to me that I hate them all at first, because the introductions are so cheesy. Yeah, I actually have to say, I was pretty impressed by most of these guys, a lot of them were just pretty basic it like they just came in, and we're like, so happy, it's you really excited, blah, blah, blah. And then went inside, there, wasn't that many crazy jokes are puns. Or I mean there were they, they had them, but it wasn't like every single person. But we started off with Hannah finding out, she was the bachelor bachelorette we've seen that clip before. Chris Harrison calls are up. She's so happy. She heads to the mansion. She's ready to go night one. I thought it was actually very funny. She said that. Like I hope this guy can look. I hope I find a guy who can handle me because a lot. Yeah, I, I like that because it was honest. And I think that's how my one problem is. That's how every girl is everyone's like, oh, I'm so much like I'm so hard to deal with, you know, like I feel like there's a law girls that don't think that really think that they're like, just a walk in a park, really. I always feel like on social media. Nowadays, girls are always like, oh my God. I'm so psycho. I'm so hard to deal with, like all the time nobody's ever just like, well, I don't know. I guess maybe you see everybody the same. I'm saying maybe in real life, like instead of, like, oh, like a social media. Like hi. So. In quirky lane. Real life. We're on a date. I'd be like I'm super easy exac, I'm not gonna look you in the eye in real life. Right. Say go on a first date? And you tell the guy like, oh my God, I'm so easy going go with the flow. Like you're not like I'm crazy. Yeah. Yeah. But on on social media you're saying, oh, I'm crazy bit. Yeah. There's two different Sonus. So I do get it had to be was quite honest. She was like, I'm a lot to handle, which we've seen we've seen from Annabi. She is a lot to handle. She's got the, you know, like she's a little weird, but she's fun. And I saw how to be I saw side of Hannah be that I didn't expect to see. And I think it's going to be a good season. Yeah. I I'm not just saying that because we're interviewing her my opinion has changed since night, one, I agree. And I it's so much. It's so different one. Your put in that bachelor bachelorette role at it just becomes your show. You become less of a character that. Production can kinda manipulate you know, they, they want to showcase you. So now they're doing that Hannah, and they're obviously, it makes her look the best that she can fresh out of the limo. Let I feel we should just go down the list, I was just like we did with the bios, but let's go through there and since the first guy out of the limo was Garrett Garrett is the golf pro from Birmingham, Alabama super cute. Like I thought he was way cuter on the screen. Then he is in his picture, which I think happens with a lot of them even the Earls on the bachelor totally there. The bachelor bachelorette headshots are notoriously bad. Yeah. They never nobody really has an amazing headshot. So obviously, he's a golf pro head like a hole in one joke. Right to go fine. A lead a pass whatever line. Then that you're 'cause you're the goals that I he's there so much. I feel like there's definitely going to be a lot in common for these two souls. Dude avas. But we didn't really get to see a lot of him because he just didn't get a lot of air, and he is from Alabama, so yeah, that's a big factor. Mike was next Mike has one of the best miles. He had a video package where he had to go say goodbye his great. Get his great grandmother before he went on the show, super cute soon, like seeing a guy love his grandma not only grou- great-grandma, and that's how you real in the viewers. That's how you get bachelor nation behind you. You put a great grandma on the screen. You put a gram on the screen. You put your mom on the screen. Yep. People love moms and grandmas, and that's what they're going to get attached to and they're gonna tear up. They're gonna feel motion for you. And they're gonna say, Aw. Isn't it so sweet that he said goodbye? It was great grandmother. Because realistically, let's be honest, who's going out of their way to say goodbye to their great grandma, like grandma. Yes. Gr. Great, grandma look, I, I don't wanna take an in this direction, but your great grandma's probably pretty old. You don't know how long you're going to be on the show. You probably want to say goodbye. Justin. I didn't I didn't think of it like that, but you're right there. So, right. Great grandma's pretty great. When you say the name, great, grandma. You're picturing, like a ninety loss your old woman. Yes, I may not meet a case, but that's what you're picturing, my great grandmother could be fantastic health. But, you know, just cover all the bases, make sure you say goodbye, before you leave where you cannot be in contact with your family. You're right. That's a great point just in case just in case. Okay. Jed was up. Next jed. I just I just hate the name jet. Sorry, sorry if you're listening. Your name is jed. I hate the name. Yeah, I don't really like stupid name just named Jeff. He just looks like a jed, too. And he his twenty he's twenty five. He's a singer songwriter. We talked about him, and we set up before I'm weary of the singer, songwriters just because I feel like they're on for fame. What are we get? I chance he's alone with Hannah he singing a song there. There was just bar too much singing, and dancing. Yeah. But I don't hate using your talents. Right. To win you a spot on the ship. You have to stick around somehow it's the first night, it's a first impression. You have to make a first impression if you come in there and you don't do anything, you know you're being tossed you're being tossed. He comes in singing. There's a little something there. Yeah. And any was good play the guitar wrote handle song. It was good. Very charming. I think. It's very easy to fall for that. You have a guy sing song about you and your swoon. Yeah. Yeah, you're right. Anybody sits in front of you and says, hey, wrote the song about, you know it works in my recap blog. I tried to find every guys Instagram. So everybody could stock jed has a private Instagram. However, he does have his latest single linked in his bio in case, anybody also. Oh, thank you and telling in his Spotify like he's got, you know, look them up on Spotify and his bio honest. And so are you like now promoting jed? Think about that. You know something about that. The guy's got a providence Graham. But he makes sure that he's, you know, he's, he's, they could all be linked together ends up on the show. Maybe a single takes off. It's a win win for him. Right. Not right. Who's next? Tyler see Tyler see is causing a stir among you and Kelly geeks. And I. Tyler see really just me. I mean Keith like Connor. Oh, congress congress. Okay. You're, you're Lovin. Tyler see. I like Tyler see a lot. He also has a private Instagram, but it's worth looking at because his his model headshot profile photo. He's a general contractor and he danced in his video package around his construction site, very goofy, like footloose ascpa bad. Yeah. And it was weird because I don't know if it was just based on the fact that I think he's super cute, and that's why it's going to make your far because he really didn't make a great first oppression. He was either very drunk or just very nervous. He talked and stumbled over his words like meeting in and I was like, oh, no. You're, you're totally messing it up. But he's just so cute that I feel like Hannah wasn't going to send him home night. One. Exactly. When you have the cuteness when you fuck up with your words. You scape by which is why I think he obviously made it through night one. I think that as time comes on we'll see a little more from him. And maybe he won't be whatever it was happening with him. The cuteness will shine definitely. Well, we'll get to it at the end. But when you see, like the season upcoming on this season there was a lot of clips of him. So I feel like he's sticking around for a while. I have a huge problem with the upcoming coming. We'll, we'll talk about it. Well, that's about the I have a huge problem with it. We'll get to it. All right. The next guy is Dylan Dylan twenty four years old tech entrepreneur, sweet opening, which just like you're so pretty can't wait to talk to you. However, the Jackie war knock good. He looked like maitre d'. I'll give you a quick turns, you can do have reminder, the white jacket with the with the black bowtie. You look like you're the, the mayor de at a very nice restaurant. Agreed. I don't think that's often not aware to make a first impression. But once again, it does make a first impression. Yeah. You know, the white sand the white jacket guy. Yeah. You're the one who showed up looking like you were a waiter at an event liked. But fair makes you stand out. Okay. Then we have congress who, honestly, if Kelly key, kinks, slide into his DMZ by the end of the season. I'll be I I'll be shocked if you don't the both of you. He's hands Fred. No, I'm kidding. I love it. I love that. You guys are all about congress. I am not as indicator SS you guys. Yeah. But that's fine is very man Kelly keys type. Yeah. He is just. Tall. You have the same type works in finance. Yeah. You guys you guys have the same. He's, he's also very close in age twenty four. He met Hannah during the final rose, so she had already known him key jumped the fence for Hannah. You cannot shake your head and it's so funny. And I it must just be 'cause I think Conor so cute. I was like, oh, cute. See this is the thing. It's I get it. Yeah. Joke. A jump offense for you. But can we stop with the fence jumping? Let's stop with the fence jumping. We heard in the conversation that thing is, like, we heard it way too much during a call Connor season. During Colton season that I can't hear about fences any longer we were months months, we're talking about this damn fence and our back to talking about the fence enough with the fences with the fed. I'm just gonna throw in there that he jumped that fence swimmingly was very smooth jump. And it was like the gate, you know, the, the mansion gate jump right over it. No. Big deal for us. I am I am. And for no particular reason whatsoever. You should check out his Instagram. Okay for no particular reason. I will check out he may or may not have some shirtless photos. Oh, I've seen him. Yeah. I said it to you. We can't sit here and act like you're not sending me these pictures and yeah, he looks great swimmer p does he looks like he was a college athlete. And I think he was a college swimmer actress. He was a called swimmer that nailed it on the head Prouty was I, I want, I forget, I to definitely talked about it. It was in its in his ABC, Bobby look it up now. Because now I need it. We'll do a quick look Connor Connor as was a college swimmers swimmer you only five bucks. I go you five bucks because we already talked about it bio. I definitely mentioned it out loud. I'm just trying to make a quick buck. He swam competitor. So yes, you're inkling swim in college was because last week, I read out loud that he swim in college, I'm like hue must be a swimmer. Guy looks just like a college swimmer wealth bunny, say that we talked about last week. Isn't that crazy how your brain works like some things getting sept- it into your brain? And I genuinely was like I think he looks like a swimmer but really you told me it was last correct. All right. Moving swimmer. Devon Devon, the twenty seven year old talent manager, who is the one. That's is friends with wills yes, he made a virgin joke that, that one didn't land for me. Get up there and was like something to tell you actually virgin. Just kidding. I'm out version, and she was like, oh, okay, this is the bad job as soon as that comes out of his mouth. Get him off the show. Because if that guy is swinging those bad jokes around the first night, imagine how many more bad jokes sky has up his sleeve every five seconds. He's going to be like hob doing this just kidding. He's, he's a very big just kidding guy. Yeah. I'm just kidding girl. Like I I'm very much just kidding girl. But this guy with the virgin joke right out the gates. No. Yeah. Big. No, for me. I also was not a fan of his time, just going to say that I didn't really take notice to his ties tie was was a bad pattern Abacha. Explain the tie. It was people listening and myself. It wasn't remember. I'm trying to explain it in the best way that I can. Was like apes were on it geometric, but there was fading shapes and it was like pink and purple. And this video is playing if you can kind of see it. I'll play it from the beginning take a look of him walking up. You can't really tell the colors, but it was just an ugly tie. That's an ugly ugly tie. I agree. It's an ugly. Ugly. All right. Moving on, for doesn't matter guy looks like it was an ugly. Yep. John Paul Jones came up next, listen. I we don't even have to introduce John, Paul Jones. Because I'm pretty sure everybody knows John. Paul Jones, John Paul. Jones is my enemy. I hate John, Paul Jones. He could be the nicest guy on earth. He could be like I'm saving the world on curing cancer. I'm I'm saving everybody on this tire planet. No, no. I hate John, Paul Jones. My biggest problem with John, Paul Jones. Is that the skirl that I used to go to high school with posted John Paul Jones on her story, because he went to Catholic you. And she was like, oh my God. Our savior, John, Paul Jones. What I wonder if I had any DC run-ins with John, Paul Jones, we're the same age. He he I've met so many versions of John Paul about, but so many, I meant so many virgins Gore's version. No, I'm saying what am I say, version versus so many virgins, so many versions of John, Paul Jones like the long blonde hair from Maryland. Whatever humble brag comes in not, not a brag. I'm just saying there's so many of these people in this area. John, Paul Jones, introduced himself as John. Paul Jones says his friends column John, Paul Jones. And that Hanoch and call him John, Paul Jones, that is why I hate him if you tell me what to call you. And then you say you have to call me this. Yeah. Then I hate you like, if that guy introduces himself to me, and he says, hi, I'm John, Paul Jones. And he doesn't say anything else, I'm gonna start calling him John. Right. That's the way it goes. I'm gonna call them J PJ or would call him. John, I will not be calling him John, Paul Jones. He's going to have a hard time finding girlfriend if he expects everybody to call him. John Paul Joe. Yeah. A match. Having sex with John, Paul Jones. You're yelling out Rame John, Paul Jones. That's just too much. I'm really hoping. It's like a stick. I hope so. And his friends don't actually call them John. Paul Joe's maybe they come JP or something JP's is nice. J J, did they extra J, even too much cut it down to either initials, or just Gye Trent Trenton tailed it by saying that this guy's an alien where you skit which was so funny. Because just the way he talked you were like maybe his an alien the Gwen. He accepted hand rose it was like with gratitude with what plant are you from? He's from planet Catholic university. That's what happens over there. That's, that's what it is. He's like with gratitude I was shocked. He didn't say and with your spirit. I was always honest so true. Okay. So John Paul, okay. Then we have Bryan Bryan was the math teacher came out like all over the place so much doozy mumbled overs words than they had this nervous laugh. He totally shit, the bed on his entrance, and that, that. Sucked for him because he was sent ever like we don't even have to talk about brow. This uselessness screwed is entering like I really think that was it Hannah was just like whoa ticket easy. And that's and that was the end of Brian. That's why I like Hannah on the season. Now after watching the first episode was because she is a lot more vocal and honest, and I thought she would be like she stood up, like no. Get off the ship. Yeah. To people. She doesn't like right? Which leads us to Scott. Scott was the next guy to come out of the limo. Scott. Scott. So he came out was sweet in his entrance you pulled Hanna side. He did like a little interior design thing with her and pretended that he didn't know that she did interior design, but then went into the house and was like, yeah, we did some interior design and no, she's into that stuff. It was it was so gross was very. Yeah. He wanted to little me, like get secondhand barris. He was a little sketch in that could have something to do with. With the haircut not a big fan of haircut. I don't yeah. Yeah. I don't want I don't want Jared to take offense this, but they kind of have similar, you know. Okay. Well, let's just make sure the rocket himself does hear that because we said terrible haircut. Well, his Jarrett's hair works with his beard. Scott doesn't have the full beard situation. So the whole look is incomplete. It looks like it's like good on the good on the top about about, like the combination doesn't work. Yeah. And Scott's hairs like way, more spiky to yes. But let's, let's talk about Scott would happen with Scott. Yeah. Scott came on the show, the bachelorette. I don't know what day of the week, they were filming. But on Monday. On Monday, Scott had another girl at home and Demi found out about it because somebody tweeted to her, you know, the was happening all like, all leading up to the new season of the bachelorette. A lot of people were tweeting Demi like about multiple guys like this was all a plot by ABC. Right. So it's like this was their way to get the social media people to vet the contestants when they released all the names and pictures like weeks ago, and then the people that were kind of problematic didn't even make the cut for the show like rose guys didn't even make the cut. And now it seems like Demi maybe Demi knew she was going to be making this appearance 'cause I remember her tweeting out like what's the t on these guys is anybody have info. And she got the info, and she was on the lookout, she was on the lookout for sure. And what she found was that Scott had a quote unquote girlfriend at home that he was seeing up until Monday. Hey, whatever day of the week it was, I'm gonna say it was like Thursday. Yeah, whatever it was the same week because they're saying Monday, Monday, Monday, he was texted other, all like I'm like, wait for me to come. Wait for me to come home. He was using Raza backup. Listen, you gotta lie like yeah. I don't care if you that girlfriend at home, which is honestly like, okay, it's fucked up. But it's also the bachelor and bachelorette where they're dating multiple people at once. And like, you know, sometimes you may have been talking to somebody at home, and then you're like, well, I'm going on the bachelor, right? I'm going on the bachelorette. So SIA I'm sure happens all the time to like you don't have to necessarily be full blown girlfriend boyfriend. But you might be toddling up with somebody and you are holding up with them until you leave like, all right? Well me and you don't have a future because this has been fun. But I'm examining the bachelor aptly. It's not like you. You know, if you were in talks to go into the bachelorette, you're not gonna stop talking stop hooking up with people. In the meantime, I think you're gonna save yourself for Hannah be I, I don't think I feel like people are banking coming out of the show engaged. Right. Right. Right. I think the problem here was that he was. Basically saying he was using it as a backup and that, yes, keeping her on the side and he was not suck to offset his explanation. It's like if he if he sat down, he said Hannah listen, yes, I was talking to somebody before I got here. But I'm all in on you right at person was in the past. You know, I didn't know what was going to happen here, but they're done. They're at home. I'm here for you. He didn't say any of that. He was like, well, yeah. I mean. Yeah, he was like, yeah, yeah, she's not my girlfriend, but, like I'm with okay buddy, you, maybe what outta shot if you had a better explanation. But like says ass home receipts as soon as the receipts came out. Horrible explanation. I get him off the show. We don't need this guy here. Worse thing. This guy did was then try and spin it off like back on handling. You're not gonna win by now. Like shaming hand. Yes. Like Hannah it's basically the same situation. You were just dating. You were just madly in love with colon. And now you're here, buddy. Those are two very different situations are different things. I understand his point. But you don't get to make a point when you're on competing on the show like Hannah beak and make all the point. She's she wants because she's the bachelorette she is in charge here. She's the ringleader when you're a contestant on the show you keep your mouth shut. You don't come back at the bachelor. I'd say you were. You're in love Colton get off the show because. If you're trying to save your spot like. Like insulting the bathroom was he needed to start groveling was not groveling a credited Demi, and Katie who just kind of sat in a sketchy white van in the driveway and wash guys because demi- demi- just continues to be my favorite. She was cracking me up the whole time, like katie's like oh, he's cute. He's cute, Debbie like no, don't like, no NAMA type. Nope, that shit on the guys there, because she's honest, and I agree with her. A lot of the times. I, I also love how positive she is also like she shits on people, and she's honest, but she also positive. Yeah. And is just always trying to make people happy? I feel like but at the same time shits on people I feel like. When the cameras are on, and I think that she is the best, quote unquote Valen to come out of any bachelor sees are she's not necessarily, she's not a villain like peo- wanted her to be the villain, but really should she turned out to be super likable, may be the most likeable girl that came out of that season. Totally, and I liked the way. I liked the way that Hannah handled Scott like once she realized, like this is useless. She was just like get the fuck outta here. The she dragged Yasser. She was like, let's go Scott hurry up. Let's go out the door. Let's go get out of here. She was like, come on yet. He wouldn't walk. And she was like, come on, by precious minutes here and I respected Hannah be so much in that moment, I was like, wow, that's, that's a bad bitch. Good for him to be. I didn't know she had that in her. But then she started to cry after and I'm like you met the sky for two cents. You didn't know this guy, there's no reason to cry motion later. I though in the moment, I get it the most inter-. Hi, I'm speaking out of somebody who doesn't have this experience. Like, if I was there, I might have cried off to cry to cry. But when you when you're trying to be a bad bitch. You cannot cry like that. That's the rule. You just can't do that. Like send them home. Right. Wiper. Hands. Clean go back to talk into the guys fair, you said, better like crying alone outside isn't that been cry alone. Hello. I know I darted cry like I she was alone. Like, isn't it better to like kick the asshole to the curb, and not show, any emotion not break? And then maybe cry after he leaves instead of like crying Scott being look. How would you do? How would you know it's great that she didn't cry to Scott? Yeah. But crying still in front of the cameras, and everybody, let's, let's hold it together. You didn't know him. He didn't. He didn't cheat on you fair. So see Scott goodbye move on with the night. Okay. All right. Who's after Scott next out of the limo was Matteo. So obviously, we talked about him because he's the sperm donor guy. Hit a pretty normal entrance was definitely nervous to meet Hannah. He's got a pretty hot scrim. I have to say like he just just saying. But can you look pass the hundred and fourteen kids thing, I don't know that's going to be a conversation that they're going to have to have which will be very interesting. It's gonna be an interesting conversation for sure, in my opinion. If I was dating somebody, and then all of a sudden, they had one hundred fourteen kids running around, I would be a little weirded out. But if I really loved the person I think I could just see the sweet side of it. And read of thinki- about how weird it is right? That's true. And maybe he's got a situation where like the kid, you know, the kids, they're not looking for nobody's looking for him, right? Like, yeah. It's not like yeah. Nobody's like. Yeah. Combat's any at one hundred and fourteen kids running around, like, where's my dad, right? Yeah. So. He, he made me laugh his hand, maybe laugh, because during the rose ceremony how it gave him a rose and she said, Matteo, and she was like say your name, right? Like how else you say Mattio nutty? Oh. What else are you going to say? Next we had Darren Darren at about zero airtime Monday night. So there's really not much to say. No. Let's just about Aaron thous about it, daring a rose. That's all you gotta know. Yep. Tyler g Tyler G is grad student, he said that what he found out that Hanna was the bachelorette he would dream about her every night, which I was like so that means you're the girl of my dreams sweet creepy. I'm not really sure maybe a little bit of both this more on the creepy side. It's a TMI situation because listen, we all have dreams, and we all dream out beings that we probably wouldn't say out loud, you know, like everybody how your dreams and Majorie me about people that they don't say, but you don't come up to somebody say, I dream about you every night like that's Tim. I keep that to yourself, if he said that to us, and he was. Listen, guys. I have been having dreams about how to be every night. Yeah. Different. But when you look somebody, and you're like. Every now the girl on your dreams reflect what's going on in your life. Kind of like if there's people, you know what I mean? Like maybe he just was thinking about the bachelorette the whole time Ryan continue dri would dream about Hannah. That's fine. Then we had Thomas Thomas was an international basketball player, he did not make the cut he got axed. So there's really say about him. Then we had Matthew, Matthew. Twenty-three year old car bid spotter. We didn't really get any of his intro either. Like we saw him say, hi introduce himself as Matt that was it. Really? That's all we saw. And then he also got sent home. So I hate to see that. I'm not gonna waste our breath on the people that got sorry, Matt besides one of them, there's a few then. The bucks king. So we saw Joe Barzani. Oh, the pox king of Joe Barzani. Oh, yeah. Joe bars. Sounds like somebody's name. I should be saying. Yeah. Joe Barzani Joe Barzani, oh, from Chicago. He's got the box king. He had a video package. We saw his whole family, obviously very talion loves cardboard boxes. He I realize now, when I watch other Italian families on TV why people make fun of my kind so much. Yeah. Because it's just funny every matere everyone's always screaming like anytime in talian family is shown on TV. They're yelling. Oh, yeah. And it was just so classic when he was like, I'm Joe bars on this. My dad Joe Barzawi. Oh. Like this is my uncle like Anthony. That's my other ankle Frank bar. Every name is the Celje. Oh, yeah. So Joe popped out of a giant cardboard box. He his, his energy was so alarming that I think he just. Was too much like he was also too much. Also Vegas guy. He is the biggest guy would he didn't even get to mention on the first site. But it was in his bio pops out is like this package is complete with. You did your Joe kinda. I feel like it kind of fits. It does a little bit hanging back yelled, so much like yell. Joe loud, and it was so aggressive that was talion. Whoa, joe? Joe's take it easy. Take it easy. Yeah. Doc, sking didn't make we go back to Joe Chicago. Joe's getting sent home night, one it turned out very well for Joel Mobley. Yeah. Out, so well for him, I don't think the charm of groceries Joe, Joe bar sano. He doesn't have that grocery store, 'cause it seems like there was another guy who everybody was feeling as more of like the grocery store, Joe type. Or maybe he'll get a second chance in paradise. I don't know if the box king will make the cut, but they had so much success with one Chicago, Joe. Maybe they'll give this one to try to who knows. But I think one Chicago Joe is good enough. Yeah, I agree. Then there was Joey Joey is older. We talked about him. He's ready to settle down. He's thirty three. He showed up with a little baby carseat blanket over it. There was a bottle of champagne and underneath cute. They pop the bottle, However, I impress in being, like I wanna have your babies to. I'm could be a little. I hate that every time somebody does it on the bachelor. I forget who did it with the minivan. Yeah, it just freaks me out like listen, we haven't even met yet stop thinking about having my baby's right? And she has still so young like right. Well, she might not want to have babies running. Let's just worry about the marriage first writes agreed or just having a boyfriend. A lot of. Chief was very concerned about his haircut. He has had a very deep part now I could see where people will be like what's going on there? But Joey was kind of cute. We'll see what up. We'll see Connor j Connor j also had a video package where we met his grandmother. Of course, she was super cusine about, you know, whereas family is from he's, he's a mixed race Lee. He's got all this different all these different. Family members and they're all from you how to places. He spoke French to Hannah. When he got out of the limo, I'm fine like I'm fine with the different languages. But I can ABC hit me with some subtitles one time. Like, tell me what this guy's saying. Yeah. I want to know what he's saying. But I also like the move because French French is the most romantic language that. Yeah. Right. So I feel like that is I feel very common thing like ooh. French so sex. Yeah. Eight use that to your advantage. I'd also like to mention I just one time want somebody to have the worst grandma of just just how grandma on the show that people hate. Yeah. Because it's impossible it is. It is hard to have a grandma or Maman moms are easier to hate really, really old people. They say something really bad. It's very hard to hate old people, but I love just one time for somebody to have their grandma and us be like fuck. This grandma. It'd be interesting with it would make things a lot. More interesting, if something for them to think about Connor also pulled Hanna side during the night for like a little bachelorette party, which was cute. It was like out in the driveway. I thought Hannah I laughed at Hannah's joke about shaken. She's like you're the junk in the trunk thing. Whatever the hell, I don't know on there. It was like you're going to go some Jewish. She was like, don't touch it. Yeah. Yet, which I liked I night. Yeah. No Connor put a crown on her head, and I feel like a flash of a flash. We saw pageant Hannah come out like she was like, oh. Like, wow, we just Paget Hannah there. Here's the thing. If anybody is gonna put a crown on my head, like, I will also freak out and blush to your someone's putting a crown on your head. And it's like when people tell you, wean, it's like, really thank. You very much. Also really never thought about it as much that like. Be becoming miss. Alabama is probably one of the hardest states to become as Alabama totally, like really, right? There's gotta be so many so many other dates, and then Al beautiful girl, so many like I said, just beauty pageant girls from top to bottom. They've been raised like. That's what they do. Now. Bama. Right. Exactly. Okay. Then we had Ryan roller boy Ryan, pour Ryan. He once we saw. Once I saw that his bio, and we saw once we saw that his bio was roller boy. All right. This guy's going home night, one because they always liked to give somebody who goes home night. One a name. Yeah. Like the stupid jobs, because something funny to talk about for one episode because they know that not making it far. So they're like, let's just give him a stupid job. So everybody laughs at him and articles get written about him. Same thing with box king. It's right because they know they're, they're disappearing. He he didn't really say much, you know, rolled in on his roller skates. Said roll tide billion times, there was a tweet going around that I don't know if it's still out of the girl, deleted it or not. But it was oh per sketch. Okay. The girl deleted so I took screen shots. Yeah. This girl blew up a spot time blow up as big time. Blew up is spot. Some people were saying it was a nice message, and I'd really like to have a talk with those people. All dot it's not a mean message. I it is nice message, but it's a little, too, actually it's way to extra. So he said, good morning. This was Sam, this is Ryan from tavern by less. I think I'm undefeated against his birthday so far. Surprisingly, I'm not too hung over this morning. It was great meeting you last night. Also do I get my one birthday wish today? Both strategy using my entire single wish on this. I know. But as the kids, say these days, you gotta risk to the biscuit, here goes nothing for my birthday Sam, I wish for nice, casual date, no expectations and nothing crazy. Oh with you. Of course. Ideally, over something that I hold most here and my heart, you guessed it is cream. So the ball is in your court, Sam all need to know is if I won birthday can wish can come true, and if so we can pick a day for the most were Manta. Casualties scream date of your life PS. I know the whole tell someone your wish and it will come true at, but not a worry at all. I've already done the due to due diligence. And according to section three article five of the birthday wish handbook if the girl is above nine and beauty and attractiveness than she has the power to override and grant the wish as she spit like this is what you did on your birthday. Like you really put that much effort into typing this out. Listen, I get it. You wanna stand out when you're reaching out, you wanna make a good impression, you want to do in a different way and it's tough and. So tough, it is. I understand, like, I don't want to bash guys who are trying to like it's on a date with. Yeah. Exactly like that's super fucked up. Like he's trying to go on a date with a girl. I don't want shit on anybody who's trying to go on a date with a girl. I don't think he had any ill intentions. I don't think he was meaning to be creepy, but was the whole thing, just so extra. Yes like that. Like that is a sure way that she's going to say no to your. Hey, had a great time last night would love to hang out this week. Let me know if you're available thinks that's it. I met that guy and I liked him that night thought he was great. And he sent me a tech saying exactly what you said. I'd say, yeah, let's go on a date, if I met a guy that I liked and the next day he sends me that I'm texting all of my friends immediately like ooh. Ooh, you're out allies eight to this because it's, it's the first time you're texting meat and it's almost a full essay likely let's get it together. Let's clean it up. Yeah. Okay. Then we had hunter punter. Cute surfer doesn't really matter what he did. He added. He hits his tie with them and was like, can you let's tie the knot whatever he went home. So what's grant grant loved his food, puns. He came in saying it's a sausage party. I got some mustard. Let's relish the night, make sure we catch up inside. That's fine. The pun guy he said it himself. He's a pun guy and we got grand on our list, because his bio was the one that was like he's ready to call out the younger guys, just feel like he's going to play some kind of role. We could be totally wrong who knows. And he's, and he thinks he's better than everybody yet, seems to be the lawyer, and he's unemployed. So we'll see what okay Jonathan Jonathan brought pizza for Hannah. That's great. Will you have a pizza, my heart and other food pun guys were eleven the food, puns? He got a rose. So that's fine. Good for him. Good for him, if he does great Kevin, Kevin is the behavioral health specialists that we liked from his bio, we were like this. He seems like he's a good guy. He got out of the with a bunch of footballs, and then drop them all, like I fumbled this instruction, you fumbles the introduction by doing that, but you fumbled it by fumbling. Yeah. I also took a deep look at this man's Instagram. And i've. Remember in his bio, it did say that he loves to work out, but he literally posts so many shirtless photos of, like just his chest. Like his head's non in it. That's like this is what is scrap. It's just zoomed in processes pack you could see, like hair on his leg. It's just. I don't need to see that. Yeah. I don't want to you have a great body, sir. But there's so many pictures that I'm like, oh, is that a red flag might at least give us the full body? Not just your pack. Yeah. Yeah. He's got a cute face. Cut your face your face in it. All right. Then then we gotta loop. Okay, finally, because I've been waiting fifty minutes gone by and I get to Luke p Luke p. I got to enemies right now. John, Paul Jones, and Luke p Luke p comes out of the limo fucking growling on top limo on our like literally and then hana's like raw and they have this weird, sexual tension Rowling at each other. I'm like, I can't even imagine what the sex between these two would be like they're fucking like I be while Jesus Rheos. Yeah. Okay. So he's stopped the sex to God in the shower. He in his video package. You made a very clear that he sucked up with tugged up with tons of ladies. And then one day he had a conversation with God in the shower. And he's changing his ways, I guess, you know the next. Yeah. Okay. Next girl, he dates he said, you know, he wants to marry or just sweat. He wants to marry. He came out so like he came off. So tough like he tried so hard. The whole of the sewed was the biggest suck up on the episode. Which makes me hate him. It makes me despise him. And I know he's going to be bad news. I feel it in my heart. I'm smelling the bullshit. I smell it for miles away. He's going to be bad mood. Bad news. Bad moose big-time bad moods. I really hope so. Because Hannah gave him her first impression rose. They had like a kind of gross make out. Yeah. And like the last three bats are in a row have given. Like the guy who gets the first impression rose has won. See, I think he's going to go far. And I think if he turned out to be this nice suck up guy yet he'll win. But he's not. I think the coming attraction people he's got. Regain part it's going to be him. He's going to crumble, which I'm hoping for I hope he fucking crumbles on the spot because honestly, I'm rooting hard against Luke, Paige. Okay. Going through. We're going to go through last few months. We met met him before he got a rose, not much airtime dust, and she also met before he also got a rose that we had Cam Cam came in Ardy with a rose yet Cam. Raft, again, Cam can't stop wrapping my shine. And he also deemed us that he'd like to battle, right? Cam DM tricks, the office that he would like to dance battle after you challenged him. Maybe we'll maybe we'll be able to set that up. I would love to set that up. Yeah. Me too. He said he was not here for fifteen minutes fame. I feel like when you have to say that, and I feel like when you're messaging chicks in the office to do a dance battle now. We'll just keep we'll keep an eye on Cam. That's fine. Matt Donald came out singing McDonald on a tractor had the straw hat. He kept the straw hat on all night long which I'm hoping producer told him, he had to do, because he had it on all night, long, even during the rose ceremony. He had that thing on us like, oh, no it's not. A good look not a good book. The song wasn't that great a lot easing. But he seemed really sweet. He had the video package with, with his family, and his parents are deaf is brother. So I like that. That's the whole thing like he's really sweet Hari sweet guy, Lee. I think Twitter connected him, and maybe he'll get the grocery store. Joe treatment. Yeah, I agree. I hope because I thought I thought he was very sweet, and it sucks. You didn't get a chance. And then our guy chasing chasing pilot drama, RIP Chason chasing comes out. He's a pilot. He made Hannah little paper airplane, super cute. But the problem was. There was another pilot have eater pile Peter out. He had the double Ps when you're pilot verse pilot Chason and your name shady pilot, like, you know, highly Peter's, they have great Peter came out. Full full uniform. Crushed. It brought wings for her, like immediately when that guy came in chasing was like, oh man. Yeah. He wears uniform even Hannah said, love him and uniform chasing chasing, didn't get the rose. I'm sad that chased didn't get a row, you'll be sad for a day, and then we'll move on. I know. But I was I was still sad, just because his name was chasing. Yeah. All right. My so we wrap it up, but I am going to give out my these are my top five picks. Garrett Tyler see Peter jed and Lupi. Alright friend that wraps up today's episode. Thank you so much, everybody, who listened. 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Sipping On The Harry And Meghan Royal Tea

News O'Clock

18:33 min | Last week

Sipping On The Harry And Meghan Royal Tea

"Ah kim in konya have officially filed for divorce. The hollywood foreign press association has zero black members and the backlash has been swift. And we're joined by elie hall to discuss everything. Harry meghan and the royal family. It's ver- twenty six twenty one friends. Casey rackham an ex staffer welcome to buzzfeed daily. And hasty before we get into this. I have to ask. Are you a fan of death. Punk and in today's news mean anything to you. I thought that they were splitting up. And i was like. Oh this is really sad. This is like high school and college rolled into one for eight stay lasted so long together. They're so good. I didn't never thought they would have to break up because they haven't been producing anything lately. So i just i was like what's the be suspect but i can throw a dear friend. Who's a huge fan. He sent me a picture of him on our old roof when we were roommates. Daft punk leather jacket on as memories. He goes he goes. Oh my god that just made me cry for more. I was like. Why are you crying of this picture. And i saw the news is the name of a song to talk about smart. Everybody really irony there so just everyone go. Listen to some bath. Punky feel good today. All right we need to start with kim and kanye officially filing for divorce. The couple who had been married for six years had been on rocky terms for a while and january. It was reported. The pair was effectively. Done minus the actual documentation is the one who submitted the papers for divorce. On february nineteenth has requested joint legal and physical custody their kids inside it quote irreconcilable differences as the reason for the split according to a source who spoke to e. Kim held off on filing for divorce. Because she wants to make sure she's making the right decision for the kids in. Oh i feel like a while ago. This news bite of you know broke the internet or rocked it but you know it has been such a long time coming. It's been a very public situation watching both cognac kim separately and together and so like i do see why it took so long because i know her wanting to make sure it was the right decision and i'm sure they made it because it is the right decision for sure and you know what i think about a lot with. Their situation is that it's a good reminder that celebrities are humans that deer with the complexities in the complications and the contradictions of what humanity brings forth. And you know. They've been going through their own ups and downs. Kanye west is dealing with some real tall things that we should not make jokes about and we should only hope that he's getting support where he can get support but you know just because they're famous enrich doesn't mean life is perfect in means that you can make any marriage work so i hope this is the best option for everyone involved and can't wait to see what the tv version of this looks like. Meanwhile ahead of the golden globes. Which will happen this coming sunday. A new investigation from la times is exposing the problems inside the hollywood foreign press association one shocking but not surprising in the least revelation included there are currently no black members of the h f. Pa in addition to the lack of diversity inside the h f pa. The organization's ethics have been called into question. This is because the organization allows its members to receive lavish perks from studios at networks whose projects come up for awards. One of these perks included a jump. Get in france which might explain all of the head-scratching nominations heavily in paris received. I'm done i'm over. I saw a different tweeting angrily about this yesterday. 'cause she's like we've always done this. I'm so glad this is out there but like no shit. Michaela cole was freezed out because there were no mean there are no black people. We have to be specific third. No black people. There are people of color but there were no black people why insight blackness radiates here and gets a baguette in paris. Both i'm just glad that after your entire last week bringing up at miliion. Parris lily collins every single day that it has come to fruition. So casey it is my birthday month. It is priced season and it is also black history month which means my powers are at their watch out and coming to fruition. That was your beetlejuice moment. Isn't he said. Willie called three times and here. We are one hundred percent before going to bed before i start my bath bomb. I go lily collins collins collins and i'm trying to bring justice mechanical so anyway you guys know my secrets all right moving on. It's time to talk about the royal family while everything we might know about them is from the crown or in my case people magazine because my mom got it every week while i was growing up some serious drama going on in real life from the announcement of a second child to the official separation of harry and meghan from the family to their impending interview with oprah. Yeah there's some big stuff happening with the royals to explain everything going on in royal land. We've brought in buzzfeed news senior reporter in royal family expert ellie hall. She's written extensively on this topic and writes bus royal family newsletter. Thank you so much joining us today. It's my pleasure. Thank you for having me. Of course of course all so listeners. Who might not understand the drama going on in the royal family. There was some big on. Friday in buckingham palace announced. Meghan and harry had officially broken with the royal family. Sounds like a huge headline. But wasn't this what we'd always expected. La can break this down for us of course so last year harry and meghan shocked the world when they said they wanted to step back from the royal family. When they did this in january twenty twenty they proposed a sort of half in half out idea of royalty where they would be able to work and earn a living. Because when you're a royal your public servant you can't really do that. It would stop requiring taxpayer funds because all of the royals are funded from like this one pot of money that comes from united kingdom taxpayers. And they want be able to live in In north america too in canada because megan's from meghan from california and then eventually as soon as like everything down they just whilst all that and said no. We're gonna be in america. Thank you but basically what the queens said last year was. You can't have it both ways if you're a royal year public servant you're not making any money and you are following the rules and if you're not then i'm sorry you're out so this friday. What the queen did was she said. All right you're out. you can't come back. you can't be a working royal anymore but you kind of knew. This was coming so last year when the queen announced the deal she said to harry and meghan like no. You are not allowed to do both things. You can't use the word royal. Petty is that like they can't use. They can't use the word royal anything. They couldn't use their sussex royal brand like they use the word world in any of their ads. they're screwed or like they mentioned on spotify row so lawsuits. The queen can sue them if that is petty. Ah that's so they're not. They're not allowed to use it because it's taking advantage of the royal name. Okay so if they don't call themselves royals this means they can do anything under the sun down. What does the future look like now. so harry. Megan signed multimillion dollar deals was net flicks and spotify to create content. They're of following the obama model. Where they're going to set up these big production companies and make social justice work. They also have a foundation on an actually just donated a bunch of money texas relief. It's called the arch foundation last year. Harry and meghan said that they were leaving. The queen said cool. You're going to have a one year review period. Like you have a year to try this out of a year to live in america to try out making these deals but you can come back at the end of it last week. News broke harry and meghan or sitting down for an interview with oprah on march senate. It's going to be ninety minutes. It's going to be mostly about megan and it's going to be talking about why they left. Megan talking about what her experience in the royal family was like so that announcement came out late sunday night early sunday morning and in the queen made this announcement friday in twenty twenty. The review period began on april. The first like harry and meghan closed down their official offices on march thirty first so the one year review period technically isn't over. I asked harry and meghan spokesperson about the timing of this announcement because like the review period isn't over yet they directly to the buckingham palace. Press office about the timing of the announcement. Said i should ask them. Oh my god. I love this detroit and so much going on okay so because i want to keep talking about all the pettiness. There's been a lot being made of the sussex's response to the announcement especially this line quote. We can all live. A life of service services universal. Do you think this was meant to be a kind of parting. Shot as some of the british press is making it. Well the british press will blame absolutely everything and harry. Now every every little thing they do is an insult to the queen. And there's a lot going on in the royal family this past week so prince. Philip the queen's husband who is ninety nine years old turns one hundred. This summer is in the hospital. They're saying it's not coronavirus early but prince charles visited him yesterday. He's still in austin and he's a princess. Eugenie harry's cousin had a baby boy anyway. Lots of the royal family last week. Harry and meghan issued a statement immediately after the news came out that they were out of the royal family because there was something very specific about this them no longer working for the world's they no longer have patriots. They can no longer be patrons of world organizations if they're officially out of the royal family patriots is basically a member of royal. Family goes to a charity and organizations. Like i m your person like. I am your leader. I am your mascot. i'm going to go to your events and raise money for you and just publicity like people will pay attention to your events. Because i'm a royal harry. Meghan had some of those harry military ones. And this is the big thing where everyone's like. Oh this is very petty. Harry is a ten year army veteran and he had lots of ceremonial roles as head of the royal marines. Among other things the queen took all the way from him. And you know they're going to go to another member of the royal family all these things that are really important to harry and meghan the charities. They worked with during their eighteen months in the family. They no longer are allowed to support them like professionally. They have prize so mad right now. Who knows even crazier. The charities weren't given heads up nineties. Charity organisations were given heads petty. Then they're not even thinking of the charities they're thinking oh god on friday. All the charities put out statements they like. Hey so we really liked. Working with harry and meghan This isn't happening anymore. Cool thank you so much for everything you've done. It was very obvious and confirmed that like the charities and these organizations were not informed it just rugby league harry's head of the rugby league they're hosting the world cup this year all right. We'll be right back to talk about how the queen give and take away from it. The stated we all want to be heard and when we're not it's frustrating. It doesn't matter what it is. Look you order a sandwich with extra extra avocados. Then you get the sandwich. Nothing not a zip look you and i both know. Extra does is a weird request and extra effort avocados even weirder. But that's not the point you just want to be heard and when you're not it doesn't feel good but you know who is listening and making changes though. At and t. They're doing whatever it takes to show that all of their customers voices are heard so they're giving every customer both new and the same great deal. Are you hearing this no matter if you've been with them forever or are thinking about jumping over. Every single person gets the same amazing deal. That means me that means you. At is listening to all of us. Checkout smartphone pricing. That's fair for everyone at att dot com slash best deals restrictions apply. Welcome back. we're talking with elliott hall about harry's official break with the royal family before the break you mentioned harry and meghan relationship with the press but meghan won a small victory against the mail on sunday. Can you explain what happened there. Totally so last year Harry and meghan it meghan specifically but harry meghan released a joint statement saying they were suing the mail on sunday for publishing a letter. It she sent her father right after the wedding. I'm sure you remember. Thomas markle highly problematic megan's father. She's by racial her white father. Her mother is black and he was going to go to the wedding and then he wasn't going to go to the wedding. He staged photos of Who's basically an embarrassment. And he was talking to teams e. talking to everyone and meghan him very heartfelt letter saying daddy. Please stop this. stop talking to the press. please talk to me. please call me on. You had a heart attack. I don't know what's going on anyway. The megan's friends gave an interview to people magazine. Where they referenced a letter. She had sent her father. It was a defense interview. It was like. Hey megan's law this person who thinks she is. She's really great and she wrote a letter to her father saying. Please stop all this. i really love you. It was basically was beat. Megan is good. She doesn't she has abandoned. People love megan story. Well thomas marple went to the mail on sunday because he had to letter. He's like this letter. Makes me look bad. You can publish a letter. So the mail online publishers. Private handwritten letter that megan sent to her father asking him to stop talking to the press. And they published excerpts from it on mailonline and a on sunday any made meghan look bad. This is part of harry and meghan whole thing. They said you publish excerpts from this. That made her look bad but bringing his relief for privacy laws and then the united states. There's a reason why whenever this big celebrity biography comes out. It's released scandal. Celebrities will go to the uk to sue it. Tom cruise went to the uk to win. A book about scientology came out. Megan sued saying that they violated her privacy publishing this letter and also that they violated her copyright at business her document. She wrote it. You had no reason to publish it. She asked the judge for summary judgment which basically means the judge looks at everything and says whether this is the case or not and if it's not a case then the cases over that was what happened on friday. The judge had been looking at all the evidence for almost a year and said no no no the mail on sunday. You violated her privacy. But this parent company does newspaper can't parent company violated her privacy enter copyright the publishing this letter. So that's happened and they haven't discussed damages yet. Megan who said that any damages she will go to anti-bullying this meghan markle stays making the right choices all the time. I say every day our before we let you go so much team. We talked about this forever. I wanna talk about the new baby. That's on the way. They made the announcement. They're expecting their second child on wednesday. So do we have any idea what the reaction has been from the royal family over in england so far on the the curious thing this is it it does look like hairy meghan only gave the family a heads up that they were going public right when they went public because the royal family didn't announce official statement normally when pregnancies or announced they'll put out this blanket statement saying oh the parents are so happy grandparents is happy. The queen is excited to have yet. Another great grandchild. We didn't have that here. We'd harry and meghan release their photo in their announcement confirming second pregnancy and then the palace disorder said. Yeah we're happy to. And i didn't make it official if they just talk to reporters so i think with this harry and meghan are making it very clearly visits there california baby. This is their their child. They are part of the family. Because that's the key thing about this. Even everything to queen has said they're parts of my family. Like harry is my grandson archie in his new baby. You're still than we migrate grandchildren. I loved him very much. They're still in alliance obsession. They have not been removed from that. So harry. Archie in their child are still in the line of succession. And such just the sussex. I will so. Does this mean that they have to abide by the naming rituals that usually kind of play new babies in the royal family. Like or can be anything now. They go with their first child. Archie is like yeah. She's not traditional archie harrison with. Apparently they did because harry son harrison. Archie harrison windsor. Yeah i think they're going to give whatever the baby's name would be. It's going to be exactly what they want to because they did it before. I remember it was actually funny. The bbc accidentally announced tweeted. The baby's name was archibald instead of archie. Because they just the british press could not handle the fact that this meeting might have a name. That's not pretentious. Wow i love this and what you said. They're you know they're going to keep doing what they're gonna do with this name but that was like the general theme of this relationship. They're doing whatever the hell they want. And they have taken net flicks in spotify to the bank. Honey of giving back e. thank you so much for joining today as always it's great to the t- that you always give us. I'm here for all of the royalty. That's it for today. Come back and join us tomorrow and remember. I will always find a way to bring up lily. Collins embarrass forever on the show. Great be sure to subscribe to buzzfeed daily on the iheartradio app apple podcasts. Or wherever you go for your south stories and please take the time to leave a rating and review. It helps us figure out what you like about the show versus what you love about the show and remember quebec for more of what you love about buzzfeed coming to you. Dick love audio. Let me tell you about audible. 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Extremely Wicked, Shockingly Evil, and Vile (2019) | Joe Beringer

The Qwipster Film Review Podcast

08:35 min | 2 years ago

Extremely Wicked, Shockingly Evil, and Vile (2019) | Joe Beringer

"Hello and welcome to the equator film review podcast. My name is Vince, Leo. I'm the author of the film review website, quips dot net. I have to check out over four thousand of my written reviews marine anytime quips dot net is where to go Q WIP S T R dot net. I cover all films new films everything in between. I invite you to check that out. You also get me link there to my other podcast that covers films of the nineteen eighties called around the world in eighties movies. I hope you'll check that one out as well. As far as the film on going to be reviewing today. It's a movie that debuted at Sundance earlier this year, but Netflix ended up buying it out. And now it's playing on their platform. Currently it's called extremely wicked shockingly evil and vile. It is an R rated film does have disturbing violent content, some sexuality nudity and language. The run time is hour and fifty minutes. Zack Ephron lily Collins are the main stars with supporting roles going to Haley, Joel Osmond, John. Lca vich in Kaya scored alario they're smaller. Roles going to James Hadfield, Jim Parsons and Dylan Baker, the director is Jim Berlinger and the screenplay credited to Michael where we it's a movie about at least partially the personal life of the smooth talking gas lighting sociopath named Ted Bundy Bundy gets put into the spotlight in extremely wicked shockingly evil and vile which takes its name from a quote by the judge in describing the crimes committed while delivering his sentencing during bundy's murder trial. Joe Berlinger is director he's kind of a true crime specialist documentary. And he's directed. I think he directed. The second Blair witch movie a book of shadows. But mostly he's been documentaries since and mainly true crime. He's kind of a specialist in that category. It's one of two projects that he's directed here. In the first half of twenty nineteen alone on the subject of Ted Bundy, the other being a four part Netflix documentary series called conversations with a killer. The Ted Monday tapes. That features interviews with Ted Bundy himself while he was on death row, extremely wicked as I'll call it from here on out is more of a dramatization of events. It's from the perspective of bundy's ex-fiancee in a certain regard, Elizabeth candle in the movie KENDALL is a pseudonym used by the real life woman named Liz clip for the material here is loosely taken from the memoirs of Kendall's experience with Bundy called the phantom prints my life with Ted Bundy that book was originally published back in nineteen Eighty-one. It has been long out of print for some time. In addition to the relationship between KENDALL and Bundy, the film also covers the legal troubles at Bundy would find himself in and out of in that culminates in the first nationally televised court trial in United States history. Zach Ephron here he's nicely cast in the role of the road charmer. Despite all of the file accusations that are thrown against him. He finds himself garnering a bit of a heart throb status among women who find his. Prisma and looks to be somehow irresistible even underneath that beating heart of amoral monster the acting in this film is perhaps the best asset to this otherwise unspectacular movie Efren here, he looks remarkably like Ted Bundy you provide some of his better work in the role. Good supporting current here. Also by lily Collins, as the increasingly paranoid. Liz kendall. Haley, Joel Osmond in this film as Liz concerned coworker who seems to have a thing for her Kaya Scola Dario is bundy's girlfriend later and best public cheerleader. Once he is incarcerated John Malkovich. Oh, so in the film as judge Cowart who presided over the highly publicized case for the state of Florida on television, and in the courtroom, Metallica frontman, James Hatfield also makes an acting appearance in the film. He plays a police officer named Bob Hayward Hadfield became friends with Joe Berlinger when he directed the acclaimed documentary on the band, Metallica some kind of monster the sense of period in this film. It covers mostly the years. Between nineteen sixty nine and nineteen seventy nine. It's adequate. But I do think it often feels artificial his hair makeup. It's wardrobe. Just don't look quite right. The actors feel like they're more playing dress up than inhabiting living in characters of that time. We find this seemingly sweet courtship of the single mom. Liz KENDALL on the part of Ted Bundy, he seems like an ideal dream man when they meet, and he seems to be a very loving nurturing. Father figure to her young daughter over the years a real catch. You would think things take a bit of turn when Bundy leaves their home in Seattle to attend law school in Utah. And that's where he gets tagged as a suspect in the kidnapping murder case where he fits the description of the culprit, although the acts don't quite align enough for him to be the definitive person that they're looking for. Elizabeth does stay by his side. Bundy still continues to do things that seem to further sink though into legal troubles begins to make her wonder if he is the serial killer in disguise or. All of this is an elaborate frame job by an overzealous law enforcement community seeking to put someone away without waiting for incontrovertible evidence. That would kneel him for good Ted Bundy here seems become a media, darling. He has groupies across the country that fall under his dreamy spell by what they see on television, including Carole. Ann Boone in old friend who becomes bundy's lever and a source of strength for him at a time when Liz has decided to keep her distance. Although this is a film about a serial killer, all of the disturbing acts of violence are kept mostly off the screen, the exception of a couple of very brief flashbacks that thankfully are not particularly graphic nature. Although there is one photograph in evidence that is disturbing enough I suppose on its own I guess the point here is to put you in the mind of KENDALL who saw very few of the dark sides to Bundy that was being portrayed by the cops in the media that the economy between how he's being portrayed in the media. And the man she knows in the personal life. Don't quite jibe in that keeps her in this limbo as. How much effort she should take to stick by his side? Whether to see him try to clear his name or continue to put herself and her daughter in harm's way by having what could be a serial killer in the home as such if you'd really don't know the details of Ted bundy's story, it may have you a little bit more intrigued than your typical bureau as to whether or not he ultimately is going to be found innocent or guilty by the end, even if it is the latter. Whether he is actually being railroaded by the cops and judicial system by the end, though, I think it does become a little bit more clear, even if things remain a bit ambiguous along the way because we're supposed to put ourselves in the mind of those people who still believe in Ted Bundy, extremely wicked shockingly evil and vile. It serves less like a full bio pic and even as an exploration into the rationale of a madman. It's a little bit lacking. Here. It's more of a cataloging of certain events that transpired within the personal life of Ted Bundy. And Liz KENDALL over the years they were together and subsequently apart during that. Decade as such. I do think that it often feels like it lacks purpose beyond the reenactment of these events most of which have been on record and in documentary form in the more complete and interesting manner than it is presented ear lackluster direction. I think here without a hook here in the story to keep us real into this film beyond the performances. It's kind of a missed opportunity to make for a gripping and thoughtful peek into this world, very few whatever experience in their lifetimes. I think the movie remains at the end pretty much what Ted Bundy was to most people who met him efforts glance attractive, but ultimately superficial you hope for connection underneath the initial charm. It doesn't offer the kind of substance that will sustain your attention beyond what you envision going in. So along those lines of a bit disappointed with this film and can't quite recommend it. I'm going to give it to and a half stars out of four because of the performances it will probably keep your interest in your somebody who likes these kind of true crime bio-pics. But certainly I don't think that this is a movie that I would. Commend going out of your way to see it's on Netflix. So I guess you can kind of give it a flyer. Anyway, if you already subscribe to the service, but it's not the kind of movie I would say to shell out your dollars just to be able to see so two and a half stars is the best. I can give extremely wicked shockingly evil and vile. Thanks, everyone for listening. I hope that you enjoyed this review. If you have your own thoughts on this film. You can write to me can find my contact information at my website whip stir dot net is where to go Q W S T E R dot net.

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Spending Valentine's Alone

Teenager Therapy

1:04:05 hr | 3 weeks ago

Spending Valentine's Alone

"Watch the movie. Don't papa cats know what everyone on wicked viol- oh thousand remember collins. You watched it was it. Was that somebody. His wife would often no no she was like she just thought like she thought he was innocent and stuff and then he proposed to her in like a courtroom before and then they had like they had like prison. All i remember it was right behind the soda machine. Yeah we watched it individually just us to before league giving me because there was pretty the environment i think i like. I don't remember that another day. Oh i thought you said. He had his wife and did the dude equipped with another group in present. What wasn't glasses right. Yes yeah it was not really collins. No it was. A different girl was his first girlfriend. And that's that's the one that he didn't proposing not not that. Oh yeah yeah yeah okay. Let's part of the podcast remember when we just started it without. Hey guys actually the intra. Okay lily collins imperial. I love nine impairs of so. That's the main character. Yeah love rosie. Good like the best of all time while rosie though is that for sure for sure. But she's yeah. She's nassar incredible why she seem familiar show. Did you watch liberty on olive rosie. Emily's she'll watch jersey zero to. I don't even remember my eyes feel so heavy. Wake up yesterday episode. i'll just a today. We're gonna be answering some of your Valentine's day themed questions We asked you on instagram following instagram. It's just teenager therapy. Spa that out of spot he it. E yard t h e r a. I close but yes. I replied to the question thing on my own account and i said dishonest say kayla so hot and this one right proposed scissors one four two after early or some responses. They're like it is a high. She's already so. I just wanna say thank you because you guys are so nice and i wanna hug you but i can't cova thank you. Yeah big amedee kayla juicy isaac. Also i see right now. I work right now at forty he asked. How do i get. Valentine's act isaac while isaac Thank you for listening her on dangerous to. How do you get a valentine's with any would didn't i got it. I got i got. I got so i you gotta do is ask. Will you be my valentine immediately. I think we just a couple of steps. Yeah what steps. What's a that's a really good thank you. That's a valid question. it is your valid. Oh my feelings are always valid. You could ask anybody to be your valentine who a. This is a big fat juicy question however under it could be like anybody like anybody liberty maybe a crush or crush. Isaac never really talked like his romantic. Y yeah just let it come to you but even then like i don't ever hear you talk about. He's ready is just really respectful or or he thinks like nobody's is pretty high standard. Okay that's good okay. So i think what's your type imo. gothenburg okay. Giving him an easy way out of these questions honestly. I can't name a tie. I liked what you like about this like. Let's say you find yourself lacking somebody what attributes of them d like yours analogy but we wanna hear visit is not like object defying someone. I'm saying like personality then. Yeah i more so true. yes okay. Someone asked if my communication skills are ath- is dating so possible. No yes it is in jokes is but there's obviously going to be problems that are gonna come up and you're going to communicate those problems so i don't know if it'll you know working the long run. Yes why are ask. Maybe try to work on that little base. Maybe cheered confrontation. Okay i i can max ballantine's am i to say no. I don friends yeah. Of course i would look to do is just a nice little reminder that like the thought of you that day you know some have you guys ever given like a friend. Navas sixth grade. I think oh elementary. I love so intense intensity a lot. Yeah i really was really Age yeah i would say a specific dmitrov know what even be a secret message. It just like the car. That's prettiest them but they would even now is the time to choose out that art next question. Oh guile somebody asked him. He can recommend this. Valentine's thank you in a new romantic. Look that romance books. He only romantic fiction. That i've read. That's actually really tragic and has a twist ending is we were liars. Although it is very over hyped and some you either like love it and you like break you because just how incredible it is or you're gonna be like this is good. I thought it was just like okay like it wasn't really isn't that was a coach with them. Anyway that's that's one that i've heard is good as achilles romance that one i wanna read nine aced out question how to tell the difference between romantic and platonic eliminate a. Oh that was t t tweet. Tweet was don't confuse. Friendship love for relations. Now thinking about that. I was like that's so interesting. I feel like it is very easy. Especially like if you're a girl and a guy or you know if you guys are like. I don't know what the right word but if you're getting you're gay lesbian she's era guy. She's a girl right like you could date like it's easy to confuse like now i feel like i'm kinda like into her when it's like maybe just into like as a friend but like you just feel like a love that is more friendship than relationship and it's easy to confuse the two. How can you tell if it's not. There's a very thin line how not to be honest. I don't know. I feel like it's just intense an intention if you intent on like seeing seeing them in that way then you will you in town not seeing them in that way. Because i don't think at the end of the day there's a difference between the two dealers and both be over time you'll find out you see. Let's you'll see the feelings are still there or or or you. Just see them as a friend but even that feeling they're still there could be just like a fun. Yeah yeah that's what. I'm saying you'll find out what feelings for just for As a fan or the significant other shoe fine. He'll love A question how are you supposed to know if you're in love or just with the idea of being alone. Let me think of that. I've been thinking about that. No no. I'm just kidding get actually or oh okay. So it's like being confused with being loved being with the idea of. Yeah that's been on my mind. I felt like i always have trouble. Distinguishing between the two. Cy carolee answer. That means to be honest. What which were idea. The of lovers are. I think he could also be tied with infatuation. Yeah accident yeah. It's like you're reading me right now. Yeah infatuation i'm i often leave. Found myself often confusing patch relation with love. Because then i just like 'cause i chose in my head and i sort of fall in love with those scenarios. That's what like i hope or burns up my day izzo scenarios and sometimes not even the person so i see what he then that's falling in love versus the idea of la gives. That's what it is. I guess like maybe sometimes like you can like not exactly loves a person but you like the idea that they are. I love you. You know you love and then like oh. I love being loved. Love them by her. You really love the person you know now. Our like for a lot of these things about love. We will likely not know the answer until we truly find it like we. You're gonna go a large portion of our lives thinking our experience is this to discover later on that like it wasn't that that makes sense. So that's why that's why older people say like you don't know love is even though we think we do because in an arm i i guess i do know know what i've experienced a no what i feel. It is love you cannot tell me otherwise. I think it's important to think like there's so much there is really a lot we don't know like i'm sure adult have experienced the same feelings and the fact that they have so much more experience is what allows them to say. This is love. this was not love. This is what love actually feels like. You know because that's what. I also thought it was but i love. It could still be completely unknown to us. I give you think about that. They are feelings. We have yet to ever experience and true true. Love could be one of them and it probably is for a lot of us right. The an intense feeling of love is it is very very foreign. Something we've never experienced our lives and right now we're only trying to see what it means and just trying to make our own definition as we go into the question is loved. Just what you think it is at the time does it. Change is it fluid definition sunday to think about think about that. I feel you like. I don't build on that are our definitions of love is constantly changing. And that's because we base our initiative on their experiences what we see as we grow up we get. We gain more experiences than receiving more things. Basically what getting experience like in a video game. Yeah you think man that that boss was like the hardest one yet and you kinda harder one and it keeps on going and then you look back in like a boss was in that bed. You know yeah like back. Then i thought like giving a thought on thought like letting them in my silent love and that i mean but that's the thing was it then was that your definition of love because at the time that is what your experience was so relative to you that is love which is what makes love so tricky very relative. It is very relative. And that's why like you know you can give someone advice. But at the end of the day it's like their definitions their own perspective own point of view. Yeah it's very interesting subject and that's segues to my next question. Okay what is love to you guys. Oh right now as of right now Well i it's like i feel like i. I almost like about it in the last episode. But then i started crying and white. Add to leave but Basically that My definition of what has dramatically changed. I feel like a lot of people have this very idealistic Way of seeing relationships and what love is supposed to look like and you see movies and books and a new kind of you know define grow mant and all that by those expectations and i think going into my first relationship. That's why it was really hard to understand that. It really isn't like that. And i guess now i kinda hold like a more cynical view of what loville be. I've always thought that love was to people who are willing to you. Anything for each other. Who couldn't survive with chile. Who kind of completed the other half you know like. Oh you're the other half. That's what i've always kind of seen love but you know after being in a relationship and seeing how is not really like that i kind of see it in a way where I guess love is just you know it's simple. It's more like your comfort But you don't necessarily need like someone else would be happy. I guess i think that's the problem. I think people think that love is assume. Be the reason why you're happy. But i think it should only be a reason while you're happier. Oh appear actually gonna talk about that when this person ask you. Think not having a boyfriend. Girlfriend at fifteen is weird. Oh and i'm saying that it's not weird at all. I think a lot of people make a make the mistake of being going into like a very serious in committed relationships very young. And as when you're like most impressionable and just you don't really have a realistic way of seeing. How relationship actually is and you're going to get hurt. Yeah so. I don't know i think if you're not in a relationship while you're young just use that time to really know yourself because people go into relationships when they're met the hope is really low when they don't know who they are when they're not satisfied with this themselves and then so when you go into another relationship you're going to see all that validation and all your worth on that person and when that person leaves or something It's kind of really hurt you out to say like don't be go into relationships while you're young. I think it's i to experienced like puppy love now but is be careful he I just wanna save. I decided to go around the funnier definition of level. I to the power. You're going to high school or when you're like a teenager. They're sort of this expectation that you're going to get into relationship for offers or whatever and that's mostly just like in the movies on tv shows that make you think that's how it's gonna go. Let's say you have this expectation in a half inning doesn't happen then you feel something wrong or shackling michael out there more but really our sages dump much of an emphasis on it find happiness softwares then in explore different relationships. The definition of love. I just wanted. I just wanted to. I would just have to say for me. Wait romantic love or like up to you. It's what your love is. I think is just someone that i can only comfortable around and i feel safe around. I think that's that's did you take were Assimilated my definition of loved to be honest. I got asked that like in freshman year. I'm are like a little school. I g account asked me how i define love. And i found myself defining love towards like a significant other and crushes and stuff like that and then the like. Talk to me and said well. How do you feel about like your princeton. Like love regarding parents. I'm like i guess. I'd never thought about it like that. Because i'm not the one that usually say. I love you to my mom or to any of my family members and you know like i. I didn't know why i don't know why did that. Why i was always evolving lover. Only and so I asked my parents. I asked my parents like what is love to them. And then they said a mutual understanding between one. Another that you guys will always be there for each other or you guys still wanna be with each other something like that right and then i to this day i still thought like base my ideal love on that definition and overtime like i sort of built on that and so right now. It's the mutual understanding between one other. That you guys will stay together or you guys want to stay together. And that's pretty much a special Understanding that you guys want to be with each other like that you you think. My definition of love in general is a feeling of safety sierra. I also think it is the feeling of substance. And all i have. Now we'll see how it has evolved sale. I figured out this understanding ibn relationship. You now we will help each other. Get stronger this year. This just want affection like you can even independent and still come. Thank you for. Sharing somebody asked is getting yourself. Chocolate covered strawberries for yourself. I not say get yourself flowers. Strawberries abair whatever. You want us like cheese. Valentine's day people think that valentine's day is just for romantic relationships in couples. It's like friends to you friends and family just to show your love. It doesn't have to just be for one specific like don't limit it to just relationships inside impacts would you do that. So yes Gary yourself at the same answer who is trying to cope being single while looking at like you know couples on valentine's day. It doesn't have to be you know off relationships and all you know any of that you can just be yourself and try to hang out with friends and time with family like it doesn't have to be of being so big flowers. Please tell weird. That's not we want. The my girls on flowery very high very happy. I'd be very happy. But i feel like Mostly the guys that are like giving gifts or doing all of that and not not. The girl is just a very like western tradition Light you know girls are supposed to be the ones who are showered with gifts and being now here and the only reason i know this is you could add to do a research project on owed were come. Japan actually has like celebrates valentine's day the other way around and women ours will like confess. They're like attraction. You don't give like if the guy's couples there's white day the guy gives his back basically like the high schools like in girl gave you like shopping right. You go the times they would not. I think valentine's is such a cute holiday. Like even though. I'm not in a relationship raining. I think it's so cute. Like rose live teddy bears and seeing other people get some makes me feel like really happy because you know like they're receiving roses Themsel- happy. It is a little sad. Like i i do. You know i get you. But i also think that it's just like holiday. Don't ask how not to feel lonely. I feel like that's something everyone is like you know learning. We're always going to feel lonely. And he like we're missing like a part of us. I guess we just don't feel hall when we're just with ourselves and i think life is is all about finding yourself and like you know learning how to be comfortable with yourself. I think like i'm getting there. I mean a lot of progress. Since like time where i felt like super dependent on my other people to feel complete but honestly i think i'm getting to a point where i feel completely just myself and that's good. I think. Just validating yourself you know now looking for other people and i think that's the key to not feeling lung said if you write today had to do just put yourself out there in the killer. I want you to answer your question being honest. I don't really do you know what i mean. I don't i don't really do anything. I just regular life like normally do. The problem with me is that. I'm too shy to do anything like i'm too shy to be bold so i just don't shy so sad. I think it's bad yup pinon life. 'cause i mean just like i wish you took a. You would find it very rewarding longest. Skier action have similar problems. Except i i eventually do do it but you just do not all and if you find the courage soon ninety maybe I like it when love Me you know 'cause when you're constantly searching for accurately so it was kind of superficial and not as real again I like it when it comes when you attract you know not chase it. That's just me. I know a lot of people like the taste but for that person. If you feel that you have enough confidence yourself out there like asa. The person than but i ve There's no rush. it'd be in a relationship. What's the best candidates abuse and or receipt. You know those are two row for. Oh i can't our good dance okay. A umbro they come in like a heart heart sheet. The keys was perfect blessings. As i said the enemy off crush on people often and they said if so if you're that you won't be with someone for a an. Oh so if so. If you're that you won't be with someone for a long time. I would say crush thank crush crush crush crush. Well how do you guys find yourself a reason like i tried to look extra good in the morning. That's really good. I liked that answer. Yeah was really descriptive. I don't really. it's not the same. But oh true. Before i didn't really crush on people jobs like one or two guys. There's people that i think are cute and the like they'll be something continuous but i don't know if it's rush crush. I think they're cute. But that's exactly okay. I agree with you like go out of your way to see them. Not make sure that's more of a are. Sometimes i would take a little bit longer to go somewhere just like you count i say. Yeah the beginnings of one. How do you guys have a occurred often. You find yourself like. I don't wanna see any time. No yes like crushing as am i. Just you find people. You're yeah actually know now. Like i think i think people are but i don't crush on them because i don't really awesome or anything and then doesn't really count. Yeah exactly like yeah right okay. Then i dope again had many. Do you guys fear that you won't be someone for a long time. You won't what they won't be with someone for a long time. And i feel that every day. I've had that feeling recently Really like 'cause. I don't exactly like need to be in a relationship right now or anything. I'm scared that. Like will i ever be in a relationship again. Like can even trust someone again. And it's kinda scary. And i think like this when how long will it take and i just I feel like it might be like a few years in a long time. But i know sorry for the background noise opie enjoy. I hope you enjoy some more action. Yeah i feel like. I don't i don't i don't think i have the fear because i feel like if you work on yourself you're improving yourself when you're happy with yourself then you know you'll just track other people and especially because we're also young. Everyone's out of experimenting with everyone just casually dating so i think yeah. I don't think it's a fear. I feel like if i'm like twenty eight or twenty nine thousand one then it would be a fear somebody else said. What would you do on the ideal. Valentine's day plants. Yes we'll tell you about our plants. So i won't be able to go on a date on valentine's day our work schedules won't matchup public different day about a picnic basket on amazon. Not long i. i'm. I'm a good or a house and then i went to the To the mall. tj maxx and then. That's where i bought like making supplies. Because i know she's been lying baking stuff lately. Then so it's like a heart shape and thing a hard game. No no i got it from. Yeah i was thinking like we will make brownies on the har trae by like. I do plan on like happy. Valentine's day or happy. Valentine's day on the on the tray and so she sees it. She'll see that and then we're gonna go make brownies for the day And then there's like. These are awesome cutters. And i'm putting to make the browning's with cutting or cut into these shapes. And then she likes. She was like sushi saw Cogan sushi decided keesee kayla. We're hoping to go to a very scenic park and have a Ardy bought supplies for my remorse about this. We have two weeks. Yeah as just like no 'cause it's going to be a good day. We're gonna make those cute little heartaches tight ekeno all over pinterest. Hopefully and then. We're also going to make bracelets i think yet. Mississippi and Can actually talk to you about doing like alive on valentine's day because doing just because i feel like i'm based on their replies. Some you guys might feel a little lonely or like you don't have anything to do so live with us and chat with a and yeah and we'll make a bracelet or you young oriented cute on the teenage. Their geico com can find the life. What time they haven't decided to. Just keep an eye notification but Way or saturday february thirteenth. Wait we'll also might anytime you video. I mean going away anytime soon. No i think narrow this episode will be out the way. Oh okay just disregard that If you see it you have you joined our live and if we did go i hope you enjoy the you have a very good valentines valentine's day guy. You see this kind of fun mark kiono. Are you read the fourteen. As a matter of fact. Siam kiana johnnym for you for you. I saw your picture. I saw your post you look mighty scrumptious arena head online. Yeah wow i. Don't remember how caution the who me so we said my crush rejected me. What should i do now. Smooth on the kurds. that's so true. I can bubble for like a long time. And then yeah you accepted you leave you feel your feelings. I'm proud of you. I'm sorry. Yeah i wanna know. Oh active if you've been rejected goes out to you yes yes. There's a lot of negativity on holiday song. I get were coming from i mean yeah isaac kaylin i booth up and You know it makes me angry but at the same time. I'm still doing something fine. It's not that dreadful. I mean just day off. Instagram and tiktok during the day. I guess These for yourself. Do something i sell. Take out on a date. Yourself does close that you've been wanting and Yeah i encourage very reckless behavior on the day. I just want to point out. That said she was getting thank. You also has a compliment so With a good gift for guys. Oh it's different for everybody. It's different for everybody. But i would really appreciate it nike socks and you'll be. I would not be mad at us on like christmas lists song because i don't get them over to nike socks. If you boo earings nice earings will be full. Rings are cool Cats are always cool like hat's cologne cologne fire fire. You guys favorite colognes I forgot the name. But it's like. I think i tom com something Glad if not a us versus him and also had survived is really good. One to four on trading. Where on me have not. There's not a lot of our emphasis on nike socks. Yes okay roy shoot. I just is your thoughts on valentine's day this year different from last year. I thought that was holson out. I think last year was more sad. Or i felt like more lonely but this year i'm looking forward to pricing very much is but that's just because i'm going out on my way to the plans with himself so if you feel you feel right now. The way that i felt last year out encourage you to shallow once. Love yourself you know what would be so cute. They hear mother. Al balancings seattle won't do it. Yeah you know. Fire moss and flowers because like most moms like flowers or father. We all have daddy issues. So that's a little too far off okay. Father one to get it off like a watch a watch. They lie on sunglasses. Some booze the you guys have any first advice. Love about Is slow agai- like kiss on the first day and if you do that i'm not gonna hate on you but i am a little taken back because it's just the first day like you know i don't know where this little kisses coming from Or if you say. I love you on the first day they'll do that. In my opinion it's different for everyone. But i guess like nothing too serious on the first day that to me in what i was always allies in your shoes once out very inches out there nervous for the first date. I even know how to bring the first date. So i'll really appreciate it if i knew back then. This is like two little mark that was going on his first date. I'll tell them to make sure that it is a lot of hang out. Make sure is that they make that clear. Really make that clear cannot stress this enough nuclear. It's on a date. Let her know your attentions all what you want what you wanna do but at the same time. Don't take it so serious you know just have fun. It's another person and basically just just dip your little little pinky on the on the water won't be scared. Be bullet if you want to have this have you know. And then one more thing One thing my girl like liked about our little date is that i showed a lot of like attention to detail because to be honest you know. She was like she never experienced that before. And so like when. I pulled up repainting and then like i just brought up like bogue drinks and then i put up like a little photo stand so you can take a picture and then other little details like she's gonna she's gonna She's gonna appreciate them matter. How small the are it. Just shows that you care. And then she'll remember them like holding the door open. Yeah like if i would crawl on. They show flowers out of here on thursday. Maybe maybe about dinner. You're getting you're getting craft. Y'all we clip that. Does this question by your thoughts on virginity. i'm still oh. My thoughts delete delete. I don't know if i want to say that. Like fucking on the internet down with virginity. Shes there. I mean i'm just children. Just there's no rush lights. Yep a real real and i saw this tweet. This joke is not scorpio. Yeah like You don't need anymore. Scorpio's shows that we can do like a whole episode ridge on itself. Don't feel pressured to do anything. You don't need offer your man valentine's as sex unless you really want to say somebody asked. Is it worth it to break up a friendship because the other person doesn't like you. Let's say it's a friendship person within onto that way. Like let's say like thomson. I for example and i like thomas thomson liking that way. What do you do you like the friendship or the boundaries like they cannot live without you there life romantically than you do. But if i'll get over it. I still do enjoy prisons. Yeah exactly and you know. There's nothing wrong with breaking for friendship because sometimes sometimes you know it's gonna hurt right. I hurt is heard heard. Sometimes like you don't feel like you're emotionally ready to put yourself to be enough friendship. Pull away and that's totally okay. There's nothing wrong with that. Question i know didn't after earlier. Let your love. language has also this physical time. It's like your main y one minus quality. Time but i think like another prominent one was ethical minus physical types than fall time worth for mission. Church my My main one was all your second. One second one was access services like the wanna get like very low in mind whereas approbation affirmation used to be like like my lovling wage but then i retook one but i think the reason why is not anyway but people lie fucking live and i don't trust anything so active service now. Oh get access service was like. You're like oh do you need to go runs errands for you. Like you know stuff but actions over words that do not say sorry. If you're not gonna fucking change yes and then we're formation ever seen gifts. They're both the same unseen level pill. I you're a very touchy for very touchy person. I'm pretty sure if you meet the guy change. And that's how my girl was. He didn't like hugs from anybody from her colleagues. I just like winning. Go out of my way to like. Yeah fifty three fifty three minutes. Oh a long short long unusual existed when cuny or because i like your name. I like you nathan like very simple low mental effort. What is your guys ideal they. I don't think yeah. I think my ideal date would go would be to go to like an amusement park with other person like the disneyland all to go like to disneyland with somebody else and then at ny gone to rise and we so cute like in the lines you can talk and then in the rye like useless scared the lattice so cute to like the ambiance setting the atmosphere using the league seeing everybody else like is just an overall good environment like emperor birth date the low like good i never yeah i i answer i would also like to like maybe go to the beach or something in the morning. I was thinking of abuse. But then i'll hide they're going to to leave. You're gonna you know. There's a certain reassurance. Because i wasn't sorry we think about like actually going into water picnic picnics at vita very now movie theaters but number one is amusement park. Like number one. I explains a lot an easement parts. And that's the reason why. I have a bad crash on like this guy because i went to the i'm using took took to amusement park like he did be to disney And like it wasn't anything serious like it really wasn't anything he straight but i think the only reason i liked was because i had a lot of fun disneyland him kind of very expensive. Not though okay actually only dizzy men not just any amusement park. You're not gonna take me to knots. Okay i honestly not. I like there was a yeah. I love the right. Okay because you don't like role. He's not a lame luther burmese. I don't go north. Yeah i would like to point out that one time tomsk regis enough to go on in credit coaster glad that you actually went on for the whole group okay. It was the act. There is that showed me on the. He's willing to go on the right. Relieve your again. Your guy is ideal. rachel listen to this anything nicer the link to episodes. I let me let me three new episode stream. Rachel listen to this. I'll be happy. I do anything with you. Saw over like for real i guess. Okay okay this one day. Easily a picnic dead. A good goto actually is like the plans. That was china do but because of art i wanna go to like the japanese garden in la and then yeah and then she loves sushi wondering foods so You know there's fish like in pasadena south planning Fish sugar fish sushi to the Japanese garden a fun and also like honey to like Deflate this Bonsai tree like set and so we will build battle the garden like expensive in general high tree. Legal tonight deal. That should as ideals of you. I knew i also like being in the car for a long time. Oh me to me too all right listening to music so like a long destination. The right car the right music right equal rights on route round talking in the car like hits so yeah i did not ideal. They honestly like talking about going to place not to e rely a nice play to garden or something is nice. But it's like bonding in life. Stay at home. Baking or going out it is another talking and stuff like that is fused together. You have to. You would like to have a little baking date ethics. Yeah they my ideal ideal deal us long as it involves a lot of talking. I think is ideal whether it's like at a nice view or at home or anyway a lot of talk with the right news. I think is i think if you just take i alto bookstore than he'll do to bookstore or talking about music and they deal date. I also wouldn't want to be near home. I really. I just wouldn't feel comfortable. I just don't like i. Just i don't know i don't like being near where i realized that my best experiences are really far from i. Yeah your free. No okay like knowing that. You're not going to see anybody. You know like i love that. This also excludes even close dennis but okay does and resolve. If i had to go somewhere else has to be summer far from home and i'm not talking like oregon and it's like a thirty minute drive honestly. I'm thinking it's private jets in new york. Okay and we can stop violating payers. Have you really yeah niagara. Thank me shopping in italy Maybe get independent. That's good anybody out there. It's like kinda like fighting because we don't have the so is just like kind of dangerous. Do with dangerous brin cat on your time. no i get you know. I sure but. I don't know like is not be yes i completely sometimes like. I don't wanna do the podcast. Just because it's in my own room quiche keith. Yeah that's why it's like we like i have to. I would prefer if we did stuff afterwards is then. It's like okay. I'm not gonna be a whole the whole if i were to do a podcast and had to say you're outdoors now. I'm i'm gonna go. Yeah i really like being at home on the opposite. There's so much. I love being in. I love being alec. Other people's comforting. Isn't it a home. yeah. I remember like a day or two and then i came home like the comfort is like my room brand new. I have like trouble Aching trips and like sleeping replaces. Because i i just nez home right. I miss just like that with my routine. I know what i'm doing to you. Of course i find comfort. You know my home itself. But i'm just preferred to be out. I have to be gone for a week for miss it. I'd miss the people in my hurry up. You know but it's like when i return home leaving again exactly But i love being in people's houses lying. I don't know this girl's home is houses. Vary like cousy very say neither much. Yeah is home. In small. apartments are like so much cozier than like houses in my opinion like oh okay But every time. I've been in like someone else's apartment. It's usually like is very tiny tiny south cousin matter. Be something it's home so i hope you had a good valentine's day and i hope you enjoyed yourself whether you're alone or with a boo or and if nobody i saw today you love love me love you. We all love you. 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Jacki Weaver (vs. Anjelica Huston) & Lara Bingle Worthington?

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He wanted click on my favorite story from yesterday, which I sent you last night because I was like like laughing so hard when I saw this because it was a weekly headline that said how Laurie Lachlan was written out of when calls the heart after college mission scam. I was like. I was like I was like I hope they killed our God. I hope they killed her. I hope they like just some terrible. Now too. Nice there too nice to kill still sort of shady. So let me just read this hope valley, which I guess, we're we'd know what hope valley was if we watched when calls the heart. That's hope valley has officially moved on. No. I know what I'm saying. It would mean more to me shares valley has officially moved on season. Six of when calls the heart return to hallmark Sunday may fifth with its first episode since Laurie Lachmann was fired from the network during the episode Elizabeth Aaron crack now revealed the town mayor had left the town and headed out east to help her ill mother, then about no incredible about mom. There's something sort of poetic about the fact that they made it so that she was helping her mother. Oh, she's she's helping out her sick mother. I just love the way that that would come up like I am not going to watch the show. But I'm curious how that was even like addressed like we're show. Arts and immediately, someone's like mayor, and they're like, no, she's left town. Her mom sick. And then she winks and then they move on. I know what if they actually just written it into the show. It's like, oh, she's going to jail because she paid to get her daughter into college. It's crazy. I know. But that's what happens on one calls the heart in our small town of valley. Maybe she like, maybe she bribed people. So she got her daughter into like university of hope valley or something fits prestigious. I don't university of hope valley, maybe she'd send her kids off somewhere else. She doesn't want her kids going to school in hope valley. She's like you get out of hope valley. I don't care how much I have to bribe them me mining town. I refused to know what the show's about, isn't it like thing. So isn't it in Canada? Isn't it also like a valley in Canada? Yeah. They don't have higher education and hope valley, just like the west didn't exist outside of the United States. I was like I don't know what the west looks like in in Canada, western Canada. What I just truly truly. No, no information about one call heart aside from Laurie Laughlin was the mayor. She was the mayor and she just left town to go help out or ill mate her ill mother. Elizabeth Thatcher is a young teacher accustomed to high society. So she experienced culture shock when she gets her first classroom assignment in coal valley. Life in the small mining town is wait. I thought it was hope valley. This show. Through dot rid of coal. Maybe maybe let's call it. Hope a I hate us. What year is it? Let's see what you're in year. Does this take place nineteen ten I knew they were old timey tack Canadian frontier. The county knowing that is what is the Canadian frontier. We never know how life will turn. It's been a week since Abigail got word that her mother had taken ill back east true to her nature Abigail wasted. No time in rushing off to care for her. Abigail is much more than a friend. She's family. In her absence. We must soldier on. And we will we are a community. We are strong. We are hope valley. I can't keep doing this. I kick you doing this one more us weekly headline that I wanna read it was it was this Priscilla Presley colon. It's very sweet Joe Jonas. And Sophie Turner, weta my anniversary with Elvis Presley. I was like. I I was like what where did she come from? And then I realized they got married in Las Vegas at like Elvis chapel. You know, two years prior though, they took so I guess that was Priscilla and Elvis Presley's anniversary. And so when she was at some event, you may these to the rescue vents almost like, what do you think? And she was like it was very sweet really really very sweet. And then they asked are you honor that they chose your anniversary with Elvis, and she said, yes, absolutely. I don't know if that is how that worked. But sure, I think they were there for an award show, and it just happened to coincide. This is just like pure us weekly nonsense. We're like somebody like just rudely said something that Priscilla Presley doesn't know anything about. And she was just up. I'm honored. Absolutely. Yes. It is great. Like, she didn't bring it up. She wasn't like did. You know that Joe Jonas got married on my anniversary like eight nine which what you're gonna say. Like, it's really gross that I married Elvis Presley could be with. It's like super gross on weird that. I'm married. This old guy when I was like a basically a kid Hubble does she like sixteen. I just love the what you going to say. It was disgusting. And I I wish like I curse them with the curse of my marriage. Okay. Okay. Let's actually start the show today is the first Monday in may, which means it's met gala day. I did not know that was the convention until the documentary came out on are you say the same thing, by the way, you said this last year just say it again, though, I was like what how much supposed to know what the first Monday in may as but apparently that's the thing. So the met gala is tonight all the stars are going to be there. And it's going to be particularly hilarious. So you've already seen this. So we've already witnessed the mess that is going to be the MAC gala two thousand eighteen but the theme is camp. And no one knows what to do and for page. Six stars are confused all sorts of confused. What was the year where the the theme was like the future and then everybody dresses a robot? I think. That was Wild Thing. They were kind of like we can't do that anymore. Do it was too obvious and all the dumb dumbs just dressed in silver. And it was like boring. You know what I mean? Okay. So it says notes on oh, it's it's camp notes on fashion, which is a playoff the Susan south Sante saying notes on camp a last year, heavenly bodies that was good. That was a good one word of good. There was a lot of salon shut that good. There was a lot of halo last year. Pay the one I'm remembering was fashioned in the age of technology. When like Taylor swift dresses like dressed in silver. That was when when beyond say dress net like latex thing with the dots all over it. And she'll and then Zane Zane had that robot. Arm didn't say better than the year before was problematic because it was China prefer looking glass and everybody was problematic. Everyone's like, Yikes XXXXX. But you know, what I read rows on even going to be there this year. So it's almost kind of like, what's the point truly? She always had she she was dressed as like hop pope last year. What I love about the menthols. You don't know who's gonna show up until it starts like that. It's one of those types of things where the fact that we knew that riana isn't coming is because somebody found out, but otherwise they really don't like reveal a guest lead. I'm just kind of see like Gaga is going to be there because she's a chair in Harry house is going to be there. But we don't know who else actually knew who else. I know is going to be there Halley Steinfeld because she put on her Instagram. That's great go and read out read is going on Asli. It's gonna be fun to see everyone's interpretation of camp specifically because no one can agree on what camp is now. And so it's very much like a it's the pornography thing where it's like, I know it when I see it. That's how people usually defined can't because no one can actually articulate what it means. But it's like, you know, it's it's excess. It's artifice. It's. It's humor if humor irony. It's it's gay. It's extremely gay. You know, like, it's it'd be it's doing things to excess. It's being very deliberate. It's making deliberate choices. But it's I don't know. It's just going to be fun to see how I'll wear knockoffs that should be it like there's got there's got to be a humor to it. And that's the problem is that celebrities aren't funny. You know? That's the main thing we'll campus funny campus, at least if not funny camp has a sense of humor. Like, you said and these celebrities are take themselves way too seriously. They just want to look good. And that's what the page six articles about it's like, wait. I have to be camp. But I just want to look hot like, that's what's bugging them up. Well, usually in this is probably what a lot happening is like the designers are the ones that actually give them what it is. So then like, yeah, it's more. You know, they're being they're being dressed by specific designers who have looks from specific lines that there. Trying to get out there and to the public that are you know, are from fashion week which kind of just happened to. So it's like, that's usually the thing. But but you're right. It's I think a lot of designers. Also, don't even have looks that are specifically camps. So it's like oh sorry. Ralph Lauren is going to figure out how to dress a man camp. Like, good luck with the handkerchief, or whatever, you know. What? What are they gonna do a funny hat, and what sucks is the one of the people that we know is actually takes these things extremely seriously will ris honest going to be there. But the other person is Sarah. Jessica Parker is not going to be there that was announced today because Andy Cohen spilled the beans to someone who was like, I'm not going, and then, you know, my best friend, Sarah. Jessica Parker is gonna be there. And so it just took her always puts in the work. And like is is unafraid of I mean, not that really somebody's have anything to fear. Not like, look she actually in the work. She doesn't mind looking weird. And a lot of celebrities, especially like hailee Steinfeld isn't going to want to look weird now. Cool now is going to look weird. I think there's. Gonna be a lot of emphasis on her goggles going to come. You know dressed as a sixty foot tall may west. You know, like hope goes to who does a lot of camp stuff with Jaden Smith like when he member Oni Kerry grown hair Mahoney carried his single last year. Like he carried it in like a like a frame his own user of the Smiths. Those are campy is now and also like you can't you can't be afraid of like playing with sexuality. You can't be afraid of Levin weird. You can't hairstyles. Good. And you can't be afraid of not looking like yourself. Wear the Macy gray dress by my album on I tunes or whatever. Someone like wear that dress. That was can't be a fell. What do I there's a lot of good stuff up right now. If you go like what is camp? That's everyone is writing like things peg to what is camp because they know everyone's looking it up, and no one can everyone is bad at explaining it. Times they brought all these people together they were like your campy. What is camp? And they're all like, I don't know. What is it? They all them say. And this is actually make sense. They were like camp was like drag queens, but now drag Queen culture is mainstream culture. So like like, gay culture. Mainstream culture is like it's too much. So now that's not even as much camp anymore as it is like mainstream culture, and it's like, oh, great. So literally nothing camp excess for the sake of excess like ugliness for the sake of ugliness. Like it's intentional intentional over the top nece. I don't know the first time we're going to be joined it cab by a very special celebrity. I don't always by summer at some camp. I'm Shane great for crying out loud. I mean, we used to love this place three years ago. We were campers this is connect three connected. Do you know what campus though? But really it's Barbara Cochran. Jumping out of often on her seventieth birthday is that not the campy shit ever. That's camp. I'm sorry on having a having your birthday party deemed as a funeral is great. There you go. I like it. I'm not coming me. Neither not coming. I'm not supported you. Do this this creepy. I think this morbid all carrying on this table that would do that as Jean guy. The real estate mogul whose birthday was actually on March tenth. That's rude kicked off her bash by literally popping out of a coffin the event was decorated with a life cardboard cutout of herself and Culkin treated her party attendants to a shark inspired cake. Quote, I surprise my guest laid out in a coffin on Saturday after nine friends and families paid their respects. They may be fought. She was hoops. I bet somebody thought she was dead. I popped out of the coffin in a red caroliina, Harare gown to long I'm alive and dance. The Tango literally that is camp cancelled a map all that is camp that is camp Billington Cambier of is if she had done her makeup to look like old and dead, you know, like overdone her makeup. You know that somebody who is invited was confused and thought she was actually dead like out of all those people ninety friends five were like wheat, let actually came in all black in mourning. That's a that's a golden girls. Episode Sophia goes to a funeral and it's really sad. And it's like, I don't wanna watch. She was like, it sucks to watch all of your friends like comp. At you're dead friends. She's like I want to do that when I'm alive, and so she has a fake funeral. But then the invites the invites don't make it clear that it's fake. So everyone shows up that she's dead. That's a very good golden girls PLA. And they all they all get mad at her. Thanks that come into my way. What do you think of address? No. I mean, he put on her Instagram. It's a great picture of Barbara coming out of the coffin. It's great. I'm alive. Yeah. What next wait? There was a Starbucks and game of thrones last night. No, it wasn't a Starbucks. It was team was sent an alert says game of thrones air seen with Starbucks Cup in plain sight. It wasn't a Starbucks. It's it's clearly a coffee Cup. It's like from craft services. But the Starbucks logo is not on it. Sounds great. They aired fucking Starbucks Cup. Great. Oh, wait, maybe it isn't actual Starbucks Coffee. I didn't click on it. But they are to Starbucks Cup. It's like sitting in front of Emily, Emilia Clarke, and they're all at a party celebrating. You know, they won the battle. And there's just a Cup. Votto. No because I don't fucking watchful that wait look at those. That's a Starbucks Cup. God, I mean, I guess we talk about the other breaking news before we move onto the rest of the stuff. Breaking news one Starbucks Cup in game of thrones them Demi thing on that show. I'm Starbucks Cup. That's a Starbucks Cup. Nothing Debbie you're on game of thrones at a Starbucks Cup. Everyone else in that shows, especially Amelia Clark. Okay. Ending on other other top story. The baby was born. What's the baby going to be named? I don't know. It's a boy who care would you like it'd be what would you suggest something like American? I wanted to be like sound like American even though like Jack or the K like K Kim Courtney like gopher Kardashians. Just to really fuck it up. Like, what's disgusting? American trash. That's a good troll. I help Meghan says we're going to let the baby name itself. We're not going to give it a name until enough to name itself. We Lisbeth released a statement. That's just. Name it William what a troll, Mike. God name it William name at the same name as the other one. Yeah. Name with the same name grad idea. Will George George be really funny. Name at George Meghan. I've always wanted to child named George. You can check my website, but take dot com. You can see the precedent. I've always wanted to get George. I'm sorry. There's Georgia's it's also George it's George the baby is seventh in line for the throne. You could just name it seven. That's good. That's also American. Yeah. Seinfeld reference. George really wants to name has kids seven and everyone makes fun of him and one of his friends ends up naming the baby seven, and and they're like we actually liked the name, and he gets really mad. He was like that's my name a great name for our kids. Real original. You want him in any any? Close at time language. Shelvin? Seven Costanza you serious. It's a beautiful name for a boy or girl, especially grew. Well, you don't like the name. It's not a name. It's a number. I know which making Mantle's number seven. Yes. Mickey Mantle's number. It's on baseball reference. It's baseball because he seventh in line for the throne. I don't want to know what this kid's name is what you're gonna have to find out. Do you think that this baby was just born or has been born for awhile? I assumed the baby had been born for a few weeks. Excuse me, the Duke of Sussex was interviewed outside a horse stable for some reason is that did Meghan give birth in a manger. I'm not sure. All they do is hang out outside horse stable. So they were outside a horse stable because making gave birth and a major because everyone was like no room at that. No room at the hospital. Sorry. Sorry, sweetie. In at the hospital. It was like no room at the in came do not let Cailleton there, although they Kate Middleton lakes now, but it's so much more fun. If she didn't I don't care if it's not true. I just want to believe that they hate each other Latin the baby boy with seven pounds three ounces seven. He arrived at six twenty six AM Monday. It's a boy it's funny that they have their instruments static so bad. It's so bad look at this. They just got started their new to Instagram. They're really really bad there. Now has name is going to be seven. We'll call him a sev-. Oh, seven nice nicknames. Sev- baby has been born just in time to see your vision. Twenty nineteen good for him. I so nice moving on. What else there's this dog drama that you dropped in here. Pedo Pete Doherty somehow still around in our consciousness because his dogs were attacked by a hedgehog. Yeah. We'll this one is funny because I think the underlying joke is that like everyone's like Pete Doherty still alive. Not in a insensitive way. Even though it does come off a little insensitive. But like how is he? He still a rat. Like, how did he sort of making headlines? How did he survive? Yeah. Come on. Right. Be less about. How is he still alive gen Xers? Real gen Xers are like, yeah. No. I know, you know. Yeah. Yeah. Which I am now. So dogs Zeus narcos and they were attacked by a hedgehog while he was walking them. What's great? Is that the information about this? He writes in pure English gibberish. And so it's really hard to decide kind of have to like look at the daily tweet. It's crazy. It feel like as I read it. I'm going to turn into like, a soccer, hooligans Zeus and Narko had the cute. We verminous sh- Nuffield Snuffle pig of the hedge in their gobs. And I wrapped my hand in a t-shirt shirt and freed the we bugger and got a tiny cut that was Wednesday night slash Thursday. Morning zeus. Oh, wait about. I repeated it at say it's the same tweet. Anyways. Didn't that make me sound like like what's his face? No. It's like you're a latte out for a couple of points. A picture me and hospital bed with an infected head chug, spike wound. Thank you for the wonderful men and women who work within the NHS. What absolute angels in a million times, it is Irvine respect. And thanks. Oh, he got. He got seems fine. If drama with his dog getting attacked by hedgehog is the worst of its problems. We're we're we're happy for Pete. I have not I have a feeling it's not the worst of his problems. But if this is what we're hearing about is the worst of his problems than that's great. What isn't great? I didn't. I had to tell you. I didn't read a thing about this mega Barton Hanson thing. Because these people we nothing to me. So why do we care about what I we care about this love island, kind of just let's just read some member we talked about this in the podcast when Meghan Barton Hanson, stole her ex boyfriend, Charlie breaks, hamster hamster, and they probably lying about it. But look she can castle guess she stole another hamster. So she's a serial Hampshire Caesar rip. So the Bailey McCall's are repeated pet kidnapper Meghan Barton, Hanson steals, and then loses love island coast are Charlie breaks cousin's hamster in drunk row as she recruits her mum to try and find the Ronin. So she her she stole another one. And then she's Charlie's cousin's hamster. Why do all of these people have hamsters is this a British thing? I are they looking easy pet. So Charlie had a hamster then charley's cousin had a hamster then steals it because she needs camps like she has to have hamsters, but also like hamsters aren't expensive like get your own hamster? Yeah. Also dole this hamster. Its name is Kelly. Of course, obviously. Oh my God. The most basic bitch thing is name something collegiately in like two thousand nineteen or eighteen or seventeen. I mean, ever since two thousand eleven it was it was the name your fucking. That's what they're going to name the real baby Kelly sure or like brand named the Royal baby. Bram? The worst. Oh my God. Name the name the Royal baby. The Starbucks Cup in episode four of game of thrones season eight. Okay. So it says she voiced concerns for Kelly's welfare do the fact that our cage was for a rat rather than for a hamster, and she stormed out with the animal in a ball. Then she lost it. That's pretty good. This comes after Meghan admitted. She'd kidnap Jon snow a hamster she shares wilder ex-boyfriend. Okay. So she so she stole her ex boyfriend west Nelson's hamster. Jon snow men, she stole another love island guy. Charlie baker's cousin's hamster collegiate so she's just out here stealing. Everyone's hamsters. I hate this. It says shock take Dir. No photos of Colosseum the story. It's just photos of Jon snow the other ones. So it says there's a photo of a hamster in a cage and it says shock taking Instagram stories Wednesday. The twenty four year old reality beauty confessed, you'd stolen the hamster named after the game of thrones character Kelly Kelsey after taking issue with the animals, welfare and her small cage, and then Prentice John snow pictured. Because there are no photos of fuel easy, go to people's houses, and like liberate their rodents is that like what this is. I think this is insane. I think so the commenters hate this the commenters hate it. We went back to his cousins and his cousins had a hamster and finally enough. She called it was called kalihi. I didn't like its cage. It was a little small for my liking when I was drunk. So I thought I'd take it. What did I say? Mum, her mom that interjected. You said it wasn't a rat cage. And you didn't like that. He didn't have a ramp before. Megan you, I didn't like the cage wasn't big enough. So I stole her ball. Now. Charlie screwing, she's gone. Sorry. Charlie in Charlie's cousin. It wasn't. My place a taker. I'm such an idiot. I hate this Meghan you sentenced to death by her in the cabinet. Don't steal hamsters by a hamster. If you want a hamster, also, no offense hamsters are meant to missing. Someone just commented. What did I read? I'm so ashamed lull like a pet. Hamster doesn't die of natural causes a pet. Hamster goes missing or gets like eaten by your cat. You know, like, yeah. Yeah. They don't just live happy perfect lives. The lives are filled with trauma. If you make them pets filled with trauma, build with trauma for build with trauma. I I'm not saying that's a good thing. I'm saying that sucks, and that's also you shouldn't have a hamster as a pet number one. Because it keep you up at night did their nocturnal did Megan Barton Hanson attend. Mark Wahlberg burger launch and London before or after she lost the hamster and ask you, I think it was probably after I I don't know we have let's be there. She probably went there to get her mind off the hamster and was like, you know, what I can't think about the Sam sturdy more. I gotta go to the opening of the new wall berkers at Covent Garden on Saturday after on may first she loves there on may fifth. She attended she slipped. Her hourglass figure into a pink jumpsuit. She attended Mark Wahlberg burger launch and London. Why are all of the stars at Mark Wahlberg opening mall, burgers, she was there? Liam payne. Was there Octavia Spencer was there? I don't know how to day on get your Mark Wahlberg looked terrible. Also, dear this is not this is not like a physical appearance comment. This is like why was he dressed like a complete schlub? He's unshaven. He's wearing a trucker hat. He's an a T shirt. I'd he looks up all your opening up a restaurant have a little respect. Like, I honestly don't even know he did things involving this restaurant anymore. I thought it was just the other Walberg s-. I thought that was his like gift to the other Walberg s- where he's like look. I'm busy us are named. And I'll go to like one of them. I'll go to the instrument just do this. Why is he the only one there? There is truly nothing weirder than this photo of Mark Wahlberg at a table with Octavia Spencer and a burger burger with a bite out of it. It's sitting on. On the table between them and there's a glass of wine that he's care. He carries around the entire time drinking out of it. You'd have to be fucked up to. I mean, the other people this party were fitness guru, Joe wicks and who dares wins and Middleton. I mean, it's truly like the who's who of the British and Octavia Spencer. Oh, they were in its sit family together. Okay. I guess. Oh, yes. The instant family connection. Cool. Liberty x singer Michelle Heaton, like this is truly like this is insane. The inbetween actor thirty three it just keeps going actor Jack avoid Twenty-three of Vikings fame. It just keeps getting worse. Alison Hammond, though is someone we've talked about on the show. She's iconic. She's like a TV host. She was there. Okay. She was there Meghan, Michelle Heaton. I you mentioned her. I don't really know much about her. She was there. This photograph McEvoy we've talked about we've talked about Jack McEvoy because he's on Vikings. He's there. He was there. Why are all these people at this event? I don't know. Do you think that there's not a lot to do in London? So that was just like this was what there was to do that to stick in their minds off Brexit. Do you think was there like promoting Ma or something are we gonna see Ma by the way, I kind see Ma it kind of looks good. I am not going to lie, but it's definitely one of those like low budget a blunt house alo- alo- budget horror. It looks. Good looks wild. It looks good. Well, Louis the mom, I'm bummed because we missed the horror movie that was likely Jon Gosselin said it Chili's on Cinco de mayo. You're calling that over movie. I'm just saying we I'm sad. We. It went from five PM till nine pm on Sunday may fifth with drink specials. I didn't know that John Lawson was a DJ, but this flyer claims that he is. So also, why is there a town that looks like someone fucked up name, and like combined a lot of things why why oh missing. This is also the worst Photoshop I've ever seen because it's Jonah DJ table. They put some rare o- on the MAC book. Which is the the MAC book book is wearing at is the funniest Vanak book. That's embarrassing that MAC book book, I cannot believe that MAC book is wearing it a hat. Cinco de mayo with Jon Gosselin drink specials that doesn't say what the specials are. Yeah. And also one thing that I don't think I've mentioned the podcast. But I've said it in person maybe to you the new chilies logo is deranged because it has two of them on their the neutrally soco. If you look at a Chili's like an actual brick and mortar Chili's you will see this as well. This has not just on this advertisement for junk ostlund tomato DJ party secret mile DJ party. It says chilies, and then there's an like letters C H I apostrophe S then underneath that. There is a chilly in which the pepper and the stem are Chilean apostrophe S so the logo for chip. Phillies is now chilis chilis. And I don't understand why that is the case. So we we passed an actual Chile is like a New Jersey whenever we were out of town a couple of weeks ago. And I was like wait what and the Chili's on. The thing says Chili's Chili's why is that what do they have it twice pick one? Chilis chilis chilling. No, look at it. It's us Chili's Chili's, right? Pick one. Right. It's cute that you can just have the chili. I like that the pepper and the stem looked like an apostrophe. Unlike like, a chilly, you know, I lay that Chili's Chili's just one of the lease. And then the chili itself Chili's Chili's in a long time. I like Chili's SNL not watching 'cause we don't have cable. You don't have cable can't afford. It got too many kids, and we just moved and that would be a distraction. Yeah. Oh, we distraction put everything in its place before you turn the TV on. Yeah. Gotcha. The American version of a wall burgers opening is the Kentucky Derby because everyone who's no one was there including Joey Fatone. Rachel Lindsay, Michelle Williams, the singer. Wilmer Valderrama, Jennifer nettles. I'm sorry. You know, when like Joey Fatone, Michelle Williams and more stars were in the URL. There wasn't much going on when you clicked, you know, your there's really not a lot on you know, that you are want you to think that Michelle Williams is the other Michelle Williams. Did you see Dan Lin and Larry well every year? That's how you see that she gets older as they go to the Kentucky Derby, it's so fuck every year they say every year. They're like, wow. I'm Anna, Nicole Smith's daughter is getting so big. Because literally they go to the Kentucky Derby, and they take a photo. And that's what the responses. That's good. I don't really wanna talk about people who are at the Kentucky Derby. I want to talk about people who are in lily Collins has house whenever she's going to sleep. And those people are the ghosts of Ted bundy's victims this I don't like to say, I don't like it. We hate us. I don't like it. So lily Collins is playing Ted bundy's girlfriend in the new Ted Bundy movie, extremely chuckling evil, eveland vile, which is on Netflix. Now, I saw them watched it, but Zach FRANZ Ted Bundy. And everyone's like, yes, he. So sexy and like scary. I'm gonna watch us thing. I will watch it too. I haven't missed Zack from joint since ever. Never miss one. Lou lily Collins, who is never forgetful Collins daughter says that we'll never ever forget while she was filming this movie, she was visited by the ghosts of Ted bundy's victims, and here's her quote, I'm not taking that out of context. Three AM is the time when the veil between the realms thinnest one and can be visited I would go downstairs and have a Cup of tea trying to figure out why it will come up. Again. I started being woken up by flashes of images like the aftermath of a struggle. And then she says I didn't feel scared. I felt support it. I felt like people were saying we're here listening. We're here to support. Thank you for telling the story. Imagine goes ping, like thank you for making a movie, I think this is what's happening here promo. What I think they're like her PR, whatever her media training. They were like lily. Here's the thing. You gotta get a personality. Please work on one. Tell a story Tele crazy story something about the movie make it personal. I don't know. And then she was like, I got it. She went off the rails. They didn't know that she believed in go, and they will. That's not what we meant right in her pupil in the corner. Be like, no, no lily, nothing goes at the murder victims. That's too much. No, no, Louis. No. This is like an episode of cereal season one where things just get taken too far. And then you feel bad about ghosts the ghosts going back to all of their goes friends like all the other victims of being like, oh my God. Like our movies going to be on net. Flicks. Like, this is so great like everyone's gonna see it. We have to go lily. We like we we have to go totally. Thank you want to go to her house. She's having tea now. And then they just show up. Lily, you're doing a job lily lily, guesses playing his girlfriend, Phil Collins's daughter. It's so cute. If you're going to visit anyone involved in this film once you visit deck Ephron. Why would you visit lily Collins? I'm sorry. I just I don't I don't make the rules. I'm just saying. So if you died tragically, and you were a ghost. Yeah. You would try to seize Zac Efron or would you visit generally who would I visit the moment, you're dead. The moment, you're dead and your ghost. And you the moment you're dead. And you have your pick of the litter. You can go to any celebrity's house while they are having to in the middle of the night. Who do you wake up actually? No. Yeah. Who do you wake up? Can I communicate with them in just flashes of images? Like, you can't have like a two way conversation. You can send the message send their lives. You can send them messages. I can send them on a matter of hazardous. Do you semester? Zac, Efron actually is a good one. Because I have a lot of thoughts about what he should do this career. So if I could figure out a way to communicate that to him in my flashing messages. I could I could help I think I could help him. You know, how would you send the message of like well you need career rehab? He's so good at comedies, and he doesn't do enough of them right now. He's not doing. So I would be like trying to figure out a way to tell them to do more. This is Dominic giving you what I did with my ghost. I'm like, I die. And I'm like, well, I got help figure out Zack ephrons career like you go through his Blu Ray collection, and you just pull out all the comedies and you lie them on the floor. And you hope that were abors to was so good sack. I can't speak. I'm a ghost. I only can speak in flash. Just midges flashing images of like, good neighbors. Can I drip some blood on a mirror or something that says like go back to comedy or something or comedies abandoned drama? But he doesn't keep things at that means like in his personal life. And you're like, no, I met the John wrong. I got this. I got this note in blood on my headset abandoned drama. My unfinished business as a ghost is like telling celebrities like giving every advice. I would definitely if I did that if I were going to a celebrity and telling them to abandon drama, go to Sally fields house. I'd be like stopped doing this. Just make comedy Sally field. You're band. Inter you would drip abandoned drama drama. Yes. Sally field of bro, her eyes and be like a I love that. If it in this scenario as ghosts. Are unfinished business is like the least in poor. It's like not our business, and it's like the least important unfinished business. No, man. We are ghosts. We have the we have the power to chain like make actual change in the real world. And we decided that we have to work on celebrity career decision. Oh, yeah. Abandoning like any sort of political urgency and being like, oh my God. I'm dead. I'm going Zaka FRANZ house. Like, I mean, I said I'm going to Patricia Clarkson house. I love this movie because I'm not I'm going to watch it for sure it's definitely on my list. I just love that the main problem with it is that Zecha FRANZ too hot. And he's hot delisted is so rude. That's what you discovered that. Three was the time for go sees and realize Ted bundy's victims of reaching out to her to tell they were thankful. She was doing the movie and to be sure to tell her dad that he hasn't had a good song since in the air tonight. Yes. In prep for this for about a month straight the same time every night. I was woken up with these like weird images of kind of scenes like as if something bad had just happened broken glass logs. I just felt very visited and I never felt really scared. I just felt uncomfortable. I don't know. I guess I in my house, and I was okay. But it just was very big account. I'm so excited. I feel like my entire career in life has been heading towards this moment. I'm like Ben Affleck when he got Armageddon, you know, and not that in many ways, that's exactly how I feel too. But instead of Ben Affleck Armageddon, we're Bobby Lindsey, and we got the Dunkin account, I love Dunkin as you know, so much. I'm literally going to Dunkin every day if I can if not it's not been a good day for me. Bobby knows. And it's not just Java. Big got a power breakfast sandwich and egg white Dunkin bowl. Are you kidding me? I'm already it's filled. It's filled with protein and delicious better for you ingredients, a someone who loves protein how many grams? A protein or in the power breakfast sandwich? Twenty four twenty four and twenty grams of whole grains, the power breakfast sandwich is loaded with egg whites with spinach peppers and onions Turkey, sausage, cheese, and whole, grains, delicious and the Dunkin bowl you lo. I love a bowl the bowl has protein and veggies that you crave without the bread. You can get you get the Donut and you get the power breakfast. That's true. And the bull has egg whites with spinach, roast potatoes, cheddar, cheese and caramelized onions, and it has fourteen grams of protein, which I love their deliciously easy way to add protein to your day. And you know, what I would get get your usual. You get your usual dunk order which large either an ice law tight with coal milk. Or a just a huge is copy with whatever the hell, I think of I wanna put in Lindsay gets an iced coffee. I get the cold brew at the large cold brew with whole milk. No shuker, which I love we're gonna be adding these Dunkin power breakfast, sandwiches and bowls to this order for sure. Yeah. Absolutely disturbing. This is really great. So Anjelica Huston did an interview very very long interview with New York magazine. And there was a lot of good stuff in it, some not so great stuff, but mostly really really fun. Like, I've been in Hollywood forever and really have no filter and can talk candidly about stuff that like people fantasize about nothing to lose conversation here. And also like how could you kind of clapback at end Jelica Houston. But you could if you're Jacki Weaver. So in the in the in the interview, they talk about like her career trajectory, and that like, okay, you're in John wick chapter three that's sort of a weird move like you're doing action movies now like. They basically reference palms because it's like this is what a lot of older women are doing movies like this. And this is you have to tell what poms poms is the new movie with Diane Keaton in Pam Grier. And Jackie Weaver and RIA Perlman, and it's like women who live in an assisted living community, and they decide to start a cheerleading group, and here's a book club, which is all you need to know about it. Which means it's going to be good because it's about or snow breaking stereotypes battle people. We let us start cheerleading club before you cheer info ourselves to show us what you thought. Stay on a be a cheerleader. I'd ask that my husband. Would you say over make good, but that was passed little too fast? GS me see a practice vulture. Let's talk about John chapter three. How is it director? How does it director Lauren actor of your stature to movies these days and Jelica? Oh god. It's so easy. Quite honestly, I'm looking for movies. That impressed me in some way that aren't apologetically humble or humiliating like band of cheerleaders gets back together for one last hurrah. You know, an old lady cheerleader movie. I don't like that kind of thing if I'm going to be an old lady, and I'm sort of touching old lady these days, at least I want to be a special lady. I don't want to be relegated to some has been making a comeback. I hate comebacks. So someone brought this up to Jackie Weaver, who is in the movie palms. And they were like Jackie did you hear Anjelica took a dump on your movie in an interview with vulture. And she said let me get this quote. Exactly. Right. She said the very next thing. Jackie responded to the apparent swipe minute nephew Vanity Fair as she said. I just. Laughed. And then I said what she can go fuck herself. I think I mean, I was kind of disappointed. I always been of Jan Jelica. And I thought that's a bit mean and petty. So I really liked this feud Jackie we've ever says Anjelica Huston is both a lot of fun. Can I make a guess as to what I think maybe happened here or like a little bit? I think maybe Anjelica was she was approached for that movie. So she's referencing like a project that somebody came to her that she doesn't even know is getting made do you know, what I mean, I can see that LEGO. I don't think that in jail Houston. Maybe she does is caught up in like saw the trailer. But I kind of don't think that she saw the trailer the only most people don't know palms exists. Let alone and Djelic Houston the only way that in jail us. And maybe saw the trailer as if she was going to see Jack wick because she's like in Jack back sorry. She wouldn't have seen that trailer at a screening of John Lewis. Oh, right. Okay. So let's be real in jealousy. Houston is like referencing the types of movies that she gets approached for these days, which may be probably was palms. She didn't know that had it had been made and was coming out around the same time as her movie. Imagine imagine Anjelica Huston palms. I can't I don't I really don't think. I can. But that's the thing. It's like, she's insulting palms. But like she could she's not good enough for palms. Sorry like nuts. Not the right role for her the right role for her is the is the Russian mysterious Russian villain and John wicker. Whatever is that what she's playing. I don't know. I don't know. She's in John wick, I don't know what she's doing. They saw trailer. She's in it. It's fine. Jackie Weaver went further. And she said, I would I would say she must be going through menopause, but she must have had that ages ago. And then she said because her Angelica use. Instead was that really famous director John Huston. And she goes didn't she grow up in a castle in Ireland? So they once they turned on Jacki Weaver that could turn. Off. And then she said, I can't see your cheerleading, but then I grew up in Australia where there is just no to your leading culture. I think the most interesting acting happens outside your comfort zone. So Jack Weaver is like doing everything right here. But to be fair is in Johnston saying like, oh, she went through menopause like one hundred years ago. Yeah. Jackie wheat. I like not holding anything back. It's true. I mean Anjelica went off to Jackie Weaver is just like don't get me started. What is Jackie Weaver? I don't even know what Jacki Weaver is a thing for Jackie Weaver is a thing because she was in that. Jacki Weaver was more of an Australian person. But then she was in that Australia. Yeah, I moving and she got nominated for an Oscar for it won't this pot to be cleaved. This is not about you doing may of five zero. Maybe black modeling you anything like that. Just bad situation for everyone. So she could somebody for an Oscar for this movie. Then she gets starts getting a lot of work in United States. And unfortunately, a lot of the work in the United States. She's doing an American accent. And she sounds crazy. Have you seen? She's in widows. She's Elizabeth debakey's mom and widows, and she's like a nightmare. Oh, I find her. I find her very very very hit or miss. But I understand I understand why they like I understand why they Casteran things. Like there aren't many actresses of that age who sort of have that acclaim behind them. And I'm million thing now because she's this older woman who got an Oscar nomination recently. She's at the top of everyone's list, when it's like, we need an older woman. Actress let's get Jacqueline Weaver right now. I just want I want Ryan Murphy's feud Anjelica Huston versus Jacki Weaver. And I don't even care if this feud is over I just want a minute by minute retelling of this view told over ten episodes. You know? Six hundred minutes. Angelica you were in fucking number one. You were in smash to be fair. She she she has not been in a club era. I mean what Diane Keaton is doing she never. And she also never did Nancy Meyers thing she never did. Like a older lady finds her gets her groove back. Right. Yeah. Not really at least not that. I could are. Sure, sure. But she was in tinker bell and the legend of the never beast. So you know, what Anjelica you'd take a check where you can get a check, especially if you are an older woman where roles are few and far between because Hollywood hates women sauce. I follow. Diane Keaton on Instagram, and I think palms was like one of the most delightful thing she's ever done in her life from what she's show from what she's exp- expressed having not seen poems. It's my favorite movie of the year me, no on fine. I'm visit Bill. Why didn't you tell me a dime? You'll it dying yesterday. You're going to be dying next week. And the meantime should be dancing. You're going to say at this would be a good mother's day gift or not. But maybe it would what about set bird? Oh, yeah. Get your mom sunbird. Great transition into an ad right here. Get your mom some smells that she likes. Does your mom likes, smells, maybe doesn't? But if she does get her this if you like smells get some set bird because if you had someone Cup of tea and say, you smell amazing. 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He was on the ledge man on a ledge. And no one saw that. I'm just obsessed with his like the hype around him everyone's like money made. He's going to be in the other ones too. Are the other one's ever going to happen? Yeah. They're all the books haven't you seen on the books? I mean, I saw when we were looking at Sigourney Weaver's IMDB. But I don't believe that there. I mean, come on to three hundred or anything it's ear is he did alita battle angel which was big even though I who did it was big avatar to twenty twenty avatar three twenty twenty one. When I here got there. Now going to be done until twenty twenty five six years ago, feel some positive. I mean, six years away feels impossible. Okay. How many years ago did the first avatar come out though? Ten if it takes ten years between each avatar. Well, it's they're filming them at the same time. So it's going to be twenty twenty as is to tell them they are, and then they're going to film the other two together. And then it's gonna be twenty twenty twenty four for twenty twenty-five is five to take ten years after you're very successful. I avatar to make a second avatar is deranged. Like, how did he get away with this James have no Sam Orleans like I gotta make another avatar because what else am I fucking doing? The Hemsworth are taking my shine. You know, it's true because we Mckee can't compare what the Hemsworth are literally three. I know that only to our honky. But there are three hams words that are stealing his shine. I say that they're stealing a shine because their Australian, and he's Australian and all lanes are, you know, they compete they compete. They all know each other. They're all friends. We can only have a limited amount of Australian hunks that we care about in our orbit. So so we gotta talk about his wife who is this model. Name Laura Bingol. Who? I love she even what was she even promoting her her brand of antiquated Sheridan's new range of organic limit linen. Which God knows I love to promote organic linen. And linen of any sort. But I'm going to be doing a linen at today. But like, we may as well be we love linen so much Laura Bengal was she was promoting linen. Lynn. She was promoting linen. Organic linen. Don't forget. In a better tomorrow starts with the decisions that you make tonight. Organic. So the ad for the linen. It ends with her in bed. And it says Laura Worthington. So she's not Bengal in this. She's worthington. It says model entrepreneur social activist that is lower Bengal of. Okay. Do you know why Laura bingo got famous? No, laura. Ben goal was the star of a Australia tourism campaign, Donald seven stop. And so it would be like showing all these things like I'm getting beer at this public. I'm learning about like a like old like Australian culture like I'm doing all this and then it would end with lower Bengal in a bikini. We've bought you a b. We've had became we'll shampoo. Saves you a spot on the bait. And we've been rehearsing over forty thousand views. So the funny. How are you? So where the bloody hell argue that was that was there that was their tourism campaign for a while. That's all she got famous. So she would say so where the bloody hell all you famous model. G how reality show for one single called being Laura Bengal. Let me tell you something. There's no way being Laura bingo is at all interesting, which is why it only lasted one single liberty ice dancing show called Torvill and dean's dancing on ice. She signed a deal with Vodafone and Speedo, and she was she's an ambassador for bowel cancer, Australia. Her dad died of cancer. So she's very like, she's cancer advocate. Not an advocate before cancer. She's a cancer activist. Posing nude all of your accomplices. What are you thinking? Thank you have enough troubling. You love being Lara. Bingo. Friend, Hans eight o'clock Tuesday on he also has a new tanning range called the base while she is doing the every is Laura bingo was asked about her relationship with Sam Worthington on live television. It was like because they were talking about Lennon sheets, and they were talking. And then the hosts who are notorious trolls, whatever their names are always forget their names. What are their names? Kyle Kyle Gillies Kyle Gillies remember, and they are trolls Tyler Gillies and Larry at MD. We talk about them all the time. They asked about the sheets Laura was like, I don't want to answer this. And then Larry said, Laura, I apologize for Carly's questioned. The interview is going so well right up until that point the poor thing. So I'm dying to watch an episode of being Laura Bengal like I die. I tried to find someone that's hard to find also house, but it's like, it's a IP restricted. So like, if we lived in Australia, it'd be easier. Gotta get a VPN. Gotta get Evita Bengal. Okay. So she was on this show with these trolls. And she was promoting linen gets hung from a busy day being an action hero to enjoy. The linen Kylie personal asking. I mean, he I just I don't know. I don't think he knows that. He's on linen, no cutting. No. You know, he just he. If it's made it's good for him. I think it's the beds made every day. It's good. If the beds made every day, it's good. So basically, she then she backtracked. So far that she insults. The product. When she could've just said like, oh, he loves the linen. You know, like we love the linen asked me about literally on a morning show. I will talk about it for thirty minutes. Are you kidding? And you would love a sexual innuendo. You'd be like. Oh, yeah. Like linen. Like, yeah. Like, you would know how to you know, how to respond what I? Guide. Would you say I mean, he just I I don't know. Who weekly who weekly hosts makes Asif himself on Australian morning show while whilst talking about linen. What's also weird? Is that she's coming in live from Los Angeles. She's not even in Australia. Oh, you're leaving all stay live in Los Angeles. And she's promoting linen in Australia. I think we're maybe in America. I haven't seen the ad. But what I gotta say is I'm not buying linen from this woman. No buying. I'm buying linen from snow. Let's do Rita. Was she wary. Where was she seen? She posted. Why Onondaga Graham, she's the who Queen ten? Cavo Don too. What's Rita ORA up to who is this woman? I mean, the most important thing that read a horror is doing a she is currently in New York and she's hanging out because she's about to go to the met gala ten night. Rita was wearing tonight tomorrow morning. We'll talk about it on Friday or next week or whatever. I apologize. I feel like this is bad timing for them up. All I feel like why is the menthol Mondays why is anything on Monday. What's really stupid stupid time to have an event anyways? She got a new tattoo, which you also saw which is great. She shouted twos and a heart. It's a knife. That's going through a heart, which I think me, it's like a isn't a religious or something. Or is it it's a symbol. What is it going through? But read a loves a hand tattoo. I looked up. So it's it's the classic heart dagger tattoo when a read what it means on tattoo dot com tattoo do. Yeah. What is it can be traced back to more than a century ago? At first glance seem pretty self explanatory, the heart suggesting emotions the dagger through it, but demonstrating hurt or pain, a common theme with the heart dagger tied to be trail rail. So maybe Rita feels betrayed or maybe she just thought it was cool. Maybe she saw it on the sign. It was like this. The one I want Rita was also in the New York Times Sunday crossword, thank you for everybody for sending that to us singer oral with three solo number hits number one hits in in Britain. If aura didn't give it away, honestly, three solo number one hits might have what I mean, you might have been like that could be read it that's a lot of hits. But believe it or not she's got him. Well, also, she has a great name for crosswords. We've talked a perfect name. She the Brian Eno of Popstars. Briny? No, I'm like, Brian. Fuck it, you know, is more famous now for crosswords than he is for music for music. Absolutely. You know, read or being in detective Pokemon is camp, Jamie. I think you're if you're not right. You're close like this. Okay. You know, what the camp this caption career colon Rita has recently added to her movie credits by by bagging apart in the new live action poke him on detective Pichu that caption career colon. That's camp. Don't you mentioned that it's camp? But it's close it's camp. No. That's this camp. If I was a ghost. I'd go to Susan Santiago's house. It'd be like is this camp. I agreed hurt like for forty five Rita or out at lights on tech. It's going to be like, I honestly don't know. I have no idea. So she's like I wrote that fifty years ago. Do you know what I wrote that girl got of here? I don't remember get out of here. I'm like I died for this. No, oh, she's dead to actually went beyond her. I just be like hanging out with her. She'd be like. Stop enjoy the afterlife. And everyone's asking me about camp. Oh what is camp? Who knows? What's camp Texan, you something that is camp? What is camp? Oh, that's high camp Katharine McPhee, celebrating her bachelorette party by sucking a drink out of a red solo Cup and a dick straw. That's camp. That's Mike or screen. I had I had I had those dick straws at my bachelor party at my was I found like four in my suitcase. When I I was like, it was like these cancer. I drank like one drink out of them. It was like I don't wanna use this only you would be worried about the plastic. As if the dick part is not the problem. It's the plastic. They were funny, honestly, like. What what we what it was barely? It was obviously it was not we cancelled plastic straws and throws of no part of my bachelor party like resembled, a bachelor party like just the dick straws that was it. I like the idea of dick straws, but the dick rose are not actually fun to drink out of. Yeah. I'm sure you like the idea of a male stripper. But if one showed up, you would fucking lose your mind. Well, we looked for male stripped. We went to we look for a male strip club. And there are none in savannah up. We up to the you're looking for male strippers there were no male strippers. Anyway, congratulations to Meghan Markle on her new child that we've named I already forgot what's his name that we could seven seven as in seventh today of last names. They don't even have last names. Do they seven Markle told? They don't get less names. You lose your right to a last minute name. I say, sir. Prints seven Markle prince seven look at this. Sorry this episode is so stupid at long, but. Georgia's name, what has Prince George's name, George Alexander, Louis. He doesn't have a last name. It doesn't have a last name so seven prince George of Cambridge Cambridge. So it's at France seven of Toronto. I don't know. I don't know baby fucking name. What if what if she names the baby suits, suits? What if she names the baby suits? That's fuss. Seven suits, Markle, Serano prince suits of Sussex. That's fun suits. What we call him though, suits Sudi. He needed a little nickname. No, his one of his names will be suits. His name is seven prints seven. So it's SaaS Markle of Sussex. Okay, we're done. Thank you for listening to who weekly this week. What a bat shit up. The like was this episode even good. I don't even know probably was bad. Anyway, I'm thrilled that you got this far follows on Instagram Twitter. Facebook support us on Pattaya dot com slash who weekly. Come to our shows in Nashville Boston at DC. Oh, I met someone who's coming to the Boston show last night. 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2 Ways to Face Your Fears & How To Overcome Them in Times of Uncertainty

On Purpose with Jay Shetty

43:56 min | 6 months ago

2 Ways to Face Your Fears & How To Overcome Them in Times of Uncertainty

"In honor of my debut book which I just found out is a number one New York Times bestseller because of each and every single one of you think like among I'd love for you to join me for twenty days of meditation starting September nineteen through October eighth, we'll go through a guided meditation every day along with a special reading from my new book. Be Sure to grab a copy of think like among so you can read. Along with me and download my meditation workbook absolutely free at think like among Book Dot Com to get the most out of the meditations join me every day on either facebook or instagram live starting September nineteenth at nine thirty A. M. Pacific twelve thirty PM eastern five, thirty PM in the UK and ten PM in India Twenty Days Twenty Meditations for twenty minutes per day with training on minds for peace and purpose one day at a time. Let's meditate and read together Conway Peter Join. Pair everyone. Welcome back to on purpose the number one health podcast in the world. Thanks to each and every single one of you. I'm so grateful that we're back again four another episode and today I wanted to share with you a really special compensation. I had about my brand new book think like a monk with my very special friend Lily Collins and lily read the book and had a ton of questions. She wanted to ask me and after we recorded this I realized that I, think a lot of you might have similar questions. So I put one or share it with all of you. So wherever you are right now whether you're walking your dog whether you're running whether you're at the gym whether you're working whether you're home cooking whatever you're up to I want you to take a moment to listen to this. I had with Lily. If you've got my book, grab it out, and if you don't have a copy, you can head over to think like among book Dot Com grab a copy of the Book and we are starting twenty days of meditation. Again daily Meditations back I want you to join me. It's on facebook and instagram live and you get a free meditation guide at. Think like among book Dot Com two and by the way, I, just want to say I have been loving all the reviews I'm trying to read as many as I can keep them coming. Oh, literally just for God. This you've made think like among my festival book a Number One New York Times bestseller and that's a huge thanks to each and every one of you. have, showed up left a review been a part of the journey. Thank you so much from the bottom of my heart and I really hope you enjoyed this conversation today is a very, very exciting day not only for me fight for my good friend Jay Shetty who I will be inviting on here in a few seconds Jay is a good friend of mine and A. Fellow. Author and today is the day that his book think like a monk launches and if you guys know me well, you know I've been getting into so much reading during quarantine. Most of it is about how to deal with anxiety and stress and self reflection and finding oneself and figuring out the meaning of what's greater than ourselves and feeling confident and loving oneself and. Jay's book is a game changer. If you guys have been ordered already say but it's out today if you haven't ordered it already please do. So now because it really is one of my new favorites and there's just so many mantras to live by. So I'm going to invite Jay now to talk to us about his new book. Really just the best. Thank you so much. You've literally made my day. This is the first thing I'm doing today for my book loans I. I'm so excited to celebrate provided. Thank you so much for allowing me to talk to you and thank you for giving this early. I'm not even kidding I told you my boyfriend told me this but like I just turn back into a student, all of these pages are just notes like notes of. Life lessons that I a somethings I wanted to talk to you about today in some things I was just like I. Need to remember this for my own peace of mind. I. Don't feel like I'm going crazy and just like page forty seven when he said but like truly it's a game changer on it's been such a lifeline for me the last couple of days of reading and I know for like forever to come sank so so much. Thank you I'm genuinely so touched that you're literally the ideal reader like somebody's making notes, highlighting things and I love that picture of you by the beach that you just reading it just looks so peaceful and I was just. Dutiful. But you're amazing and I'm so grateful that we connect to this me to on my God truly. It's been like the highlight of one of the highlights of my quarantine period is bit. It really brought us together, which is so incredible and you posted I, think it was for your birthday, a picture of you, and then you as a monk. Bat Throwback was because I'm reading reading your stories about your experience to see a visual of you in your orange robes like it really hit home to me of how much use huff far you've traveled since then and I just wanted to know when you see that picture of yourself are you do you heavily associate with the person you see in that picture and I'm just also just for people watching like what is The Monk Mindset 'cause when you look at that picture you go oh, he looks like a monk and the out like bessie still a monk but he not wearing the orange robes. So it's like a would you describe as the Monk Mindset and and that soda? What does it resonate to you? Absolutely so yeah when I really had to dig hard to find pictures because we didn't take a Lotta selfish as can't imagine. Video generally life. So I really like all of two three pitches from that time and I've been sharing them because I look back at them and and just think about how grateful I am for that time that I gained and that time that I had to go so deep. So when I look at that I, look at the person that I am and I feel like I'm the same person and I've just become more and more a true authentic real version of myself that's with. Lows own mistakes or my reality is all my imperfections but just becoming more and more accepting knowing of all of them, and that's what I see in that transition and with the monk mind. So when you ask what is the monk mindset to understand the monk mindset we have to understand the monkey mind. So in the introduction of the book, I talk about the monkey mind and this is the mind that we can all relate to. So the monkey mind is always complaining comparing it can be critical sometimes, it can be self critical the monkey mind is with. Jumping from bronze bronze trying to find the next best thing it's always looking for instant gratification and to the monk mindset is the mindset that is calm. The mindset that is peaceful. The mindset that is intentional and the mindset that is trying to help us move towards that self. So in a very quick on. So that's the monk mindset. The reason why I chose to focus on studying monks is because if we look at any field in the worldly, if you want to be the best tennis player, you'd want to lend from Serena Williams or if you wanted. To be the best business question, you'd want to land from Jeff Bezos or wherever it may be, and if you want to learn about monitoring your mind, which is where we feel our emotions, which is where we experience pain where we experience love than monitoring. The mind is something that monks have dedicated their whole life to right and it was interesting. As you said, we were talking about how to live your most authentic self and that's what you've been striving towards. You said when you live your most authentic self, sometimes your relationships with jeopardy losing them was A. Risk worth bearing finding a way to keep them in your life is a challenge for taking on and I thought that was so interesting because right now during quarantine I know myself and so many of my friends I've talked have been going through this form of an identity crisis of you know who am I when stripped of seeing by friends doing my job in the way that I'm used to having those daily directions you talk a lot about distractions and how silencing exterior distractions actually allows you to finally do what it is that sometimes we all avoid which is. You know not listening to those voices outside but then that happened to deal with our voices inside and dealing with the idea of coming together and final facing those things. Lot of those things come out in sear and you talk about your patients with Sierra and how it's so important to have a close relationship with fear in order to kind disassociate from so. Can you describe to people why it's so important to almost bring your fears closer so you can have a better understanding and then you can let go of them because it seems like a an oxymoron of sorts. Yeah. How wonderful it is for me to be speaking about you at this because you just so deeply undestood instead of the book and I'm just like. Explain it. Like amazing you've could be. As Lilly explained in the chapter that's dedicated to fear and I really believe that theories almost the root of anxiety. If you're someone out there right now you're watching this new thinking I deal with a lot of anxiety you thinking you deal with a lot of pressure or noted stressed than a lot of the roots of that is fair and there could be a hidden fear about something that you've forgotten or something that happened in the past that made you even tried to forget and the interesting thing about fears is that they just build up the more we ignore. So. Almost like a pain in the body or even like a pain on mind is trying to get our attention if you think about my friends about baby during quarantine and their babies so handsome and so cute and he's about six months old now and it's like if he wants something and he barely cries, he'd Never Christ. But if he wants something the only way babies can tell you that they want your attention is by crying. Off. Or diety is trying to get our attention. So when we try and distract ourselves from our fear or we try and avoid it, we tried numbet. We're actually making it harder to overcome fear because what it's asking for his presence. Now, I'm not saying that when you financials you have to dive straight into it but when you've got a bit of space, you got a bit his stillness. It's really important to go back to and say, what am I really scared? Why is this fear there and the more you start to understand unravel your fear you get to the root of what's really affecting you rather than just letting it be there in the background and then trying to forget about it, but it's just building away slowly and that's a lot to deal with. Yeah, and I feel like so many of us sometimes it's subconscious but we don't want to go towards. The things that are difficult or that make us uncomfortable because then that means we actually have to sit still and focus on ourselves and reflect in a in a metaphorical mirror know again for myself which are in quarantine I've been faced with a mirror every single day where I'm like, okay these are the things that I like about myself. These things I wanna work on about myself and I through your book. When you're talking about embracing your flaws and embracing things that you normally would say I don't like about myself. Well, it's all about kind of flipping that and saying, okay, these are the things I want to get better at but these are also the ways in which I'm really skilled in that kind of goes into the idea of following your Dharma which was so interesting to me because I never a word to this feeling that I've been feeling mostly over the past year but where I really felt like. I've been into words what excites me and where I see the most positive outcome in the work that I've done and the idea following your Dharma and you had this story about as a kid was at school when you went and spoke on my God I was so heartbroken for you when everyone was laughing at you and your outfit and your experience of having a bad experience public speaking but then you know going and continuing to do it. When you were older and then realizing wait I actually WanNa take knowledge and into more people make it go viral and that's what I WANNA do that. So the idea of Dharma mastering the mind, can you speak a little bit about what your calling is and how people could maybe find it and what Dr Means 'cause I think if everyone focused more on on following their Dharma, like you said, they would feel more than content and as well as. Receiving what it is, they were giving them. 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You're not sure skills, your natural inclinations, your your inherent joy, and I wanna make it really simple for everyone right now. So this is how to think about the we hear about passion we hear about topless we hear about all these things all the time but if I make it an equation toppis equals passion. Plus threads plus compassion. When you add of those three things together it becomes Darma or pups, and the Web dharmais sunscreen word and its most closely translated in. English. To final. Errands nature, and there's a beautiful quote by Albert Einstein where he said that everyone's a genius. But if you judge fish bites ability to climb a tree, it will spend its whole life believing that stupid and so many of us were like birds trying to be lions, lions, giraffes where you're trying to be zebras in the point is that when we become the best version of Ourselves where no longer scared about or intimidated by other people living dead Armagh, and so the first thing is we have to uncover all passionate lily. As you said, you've been moving towards things that bring you live and bring you joy and passions like a teenager, and before we become a teenager where a trial. So that's like having interesting something and before we're childhood toddler or. A born and the birth of passionate curiosity since I watch sparks, you'll curiosity right now you may not have a passion you may not have something you love. But what is it that you can watch documentaries about all day or read books about all day that's your passion, and then strength strength is something that will you said in my own story of I wasn't born good at communicating speaking on stage I actually was really nervous and for me that was strip that I was very lucky. To build by attending public speaking and drama school and and getting that support for my parents and for me, that's what made me realize that there are so many strengths out don't confuse weakness with inexperience, and that's really big thing as we think we're not good at something but actually the truth we've just never experienced it would never try and the third part of dharmais compassion, which is probably one of my favorite ones because sometimes you don't find your purpose to passion, you find it to pain. You find your purpose because you went through something or someone you love went through something, and now you never want anyone to go through it again and so that. Your journey of Purpose Dharma. Is Love and you'll see where you said you can't do anything you want but you can't be everything. You are which I thought there were so many quotes in this book where I was like. Harsh Oh true you know. When you're when you're young, you know you can be anything you want, but it's actually instead of striving to be something. So badly were maybe your skill set is just not there. What is it that you're really great at an embrace that, and then just be all of that and be everything that you are to the best ability that you can. Because there is no other you out there and somebody else I guarantee you'll be looking at you and watching you going. I wish I want to be more like that or I want to have more of that. and. It was just so interesting to read that and go. It seems so basic of a statement. And Harsh, and so true and amazing, and once you start to realize that I think it kind of just opens you up to more. Just. Being more open about analyzing. What it is that you love makes you tick and what it is that you give that other people really receive full. heartedly. That's a really good lesson. You talk a lot about routine now I know again in quarantine for myself. It's it's been I know we're a little bit later on now in quarantine, but at the beginning, it was okay like how do I spend my time in? What do I do when I I can't go to the gym or I can't see my friends and I can't have those work meetings. So why is it so important? You know in times like this but also just in life to have a set routine where you know the basics of what your day will look like but then also being open to kind of. Whatever comes your way you don't such a stickler. All of a sudden, you can't let life happen to you explain why routine is a way to kind of? To greatness in innocence sense. So I think all of us Lily Jerry. Can lockdown just realized how uncertain life is and I think we always knew that but this has been that extreme awakening for all of us that there's so much uncertainty. About life is we know that unsaid he's always going to be there in every day that could be a surprise. They can be a unexpected change and so having a routine gives you set in uncertainty and I think that's the key about routine is that if you have a few things that you know are going to stay the same every day they give you a strong foundation, they may give you. A strong showed they let you feel like you're putting on your Armagh and they help you feel prepared for whatever unsaid guide to come was if you don't have a routine, you literally blindly working to more uncertainty every day without having a stable foundation. So that's why routine. So important and there was such a big part of our lives, and by the way just remember routine doesn't mean you don't have spontaneity. Routine actually lets you have greatest quantity because he gives you a stable foundation from which you're operating in a happy. Joyful space, and now you can look for the magic in the day. Right and I think part of the idea of allowing yourself to embrace each day with whatever comes is like you talk a lot about gratitude and I know that you and I spoke about gratitude and it's something that I've just tried to bring and I love when you said it's not just about having like Hashtag blessed. It's about truly embracing feeling grateful for every moment and I think sometimes people can say, okay, you know it's like that's kind of annoying. Always see things that way in you know what does that mean you embrace when things go badly it's like no just remembering that the little moments are things to be cherished and especially right now where grasping for Inspiration Fray Timothy in love and light, it's being grateful for things really can change your mindset and you talk a lot about how important gratitude is. When life gets busy with work travel or kids exercise can take a back seat I've been there as a way to ensure you stay on top of your health and fitness goes less meals on demand providing all listeners and exclusive twenty one day free trial on their fitness up. So you can continue training wherever you are with workout starting from fifteen minutes to fifty five minutes and over eight hundred different workouts from Yoga. Dont. Cycling Strength Training Kids workouts you will definitely find something you love. I've noticed a big difference with less meals on demand. 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Yeah when you're present ingratitude psychologically, you can't be anywhere else to the mind is studies on this and that's why the book has so much science in it because I really believe that if you look at the studies gratitude, it's not a fairytale concept it's practical and it's real when you're feeling grateful your mind actually can't be in another state. The state of being the example I just gave me. I'm going to ask you a question are to name to of your close friends just whoever you like. You can make imaginary friends to if you don't love you. Liana Anne Liliana Andy I a disclaimer anything has say about Leeann from this point forward is not true I do not know them and This does not reflect their real character just just putting it starts to, let's say lily that after this all over you throw a party for your friends at your home and everyone comes over and you spend time together and Liana Anne send you a message the next day to thank you. So Yana messages you and she said, Haley had a great time. Thank you right. That's a message and then any messages you and he says, Lily Dow Party was amazing. The food was incredible. I loved seeing your family, your friends your home is just stunning and all we just had so much fun in the Games, which is we need to do this again, we need to do this again. Yeah. You've got two messages. Now, Lily your very grateful person all great for the both of them, but tell me which one fills you with more joining. That's the fifty of why they enjoyed it and the like the really in depth detail of like this person remembers exactly why they had fun I totally totally get that. Yeah, exactly. So early does that gratitude made you happy But the science suggests that gratitude even makes the giver of gratitude, Happier. When we specific about giving gratitude not only do we build a better relationship with the people? We love wheels feel happier and that's why I think everyone took a moment in their day and just found one person to be grateful for today and don't just feel it and experience and tell them send them a voice. No, send them a message sentiment Mo a text whatever you need to do, and just see how it deepens your bond with that person I, mean the and you we've never even met. And I find that crazy because I feel like I know you and so. But we've been messaging away and I just feel like when we're messaging each other, it's From the heart that you break all the boundaries of the fact that we've never met I know it's so crazy I totally agree it's also those moments in life when you kind of think Oh, I'll tell them later I'll get into that later and then it comes later and you've forgotten and found the more you know your book really inspired this and I think when I was reading this I reached out people randomly that I was like I thought of memory in thought you know what I feel like I just want to thank them because it's helped shape me into Hawaii or it's something that I would love to impart. On them, that made a difference in maybe they wouldn't have known that and so I think it's it's in those moments spontaneity where we can actually do more for someone else than and like you said, it does also for us, but it's if not now when that kind of mentality and bre you your book and your podcast which I signed different than other books of this nature that I've read and podcast is that you do include science you include like logical methodical scientific as well as emotional historic psychological information, and so it's really hard for someone to kind of read this and go like is it based in like secret? You really incorporate all types of thinkers and it's so interesting because I wrote down. So many different studies that I want to go back and look at and and it's so incredible when you do actually put the science to the emotional side of things, it's mind body soul connection actually makes sense in a whole new way and I found that to be really interesting as a student of life I again, like notes Lords like I'm a student here, I found that's be really useful because it makes it even harder for people to kind of combat you know. But I don't believe it would that really happened you're. Actually proven. Harvard Business School did a report on you know. It made it made it. So palpable on a different way I also have a couple of friends and myself included in the past that you know have had relationship have had certain relationship patterns and maybe there have been certain people in your life romantic friendships business that have common gone there. You've seen a bit of a pattern there or at least I've seen a bit of a pattern there. Any talk about until you understand. Yourself. You won't be ready for the love that you should deserve and that you said there's a difference with in being grateful for what you have in settling for less than you deserve in every relationship, you have the opportunity to set a level of joy you expect in the level of pain you'll accept I thought that that was so eloquently written because I feel like we can get so discouraged if you have a bad relationship or. Something bad happens to you. You Think, oh, it's it's definitely me and and it's just the way things are meant to be will but you discuss a lot in the book about looking inward and figuring out what the patterns are and maybe how if I live maybe my life more intentionally and love the me that I am fully then the right people will come into my life whether that is again a mandic or friendships or. Or business I think that that's really important distress right now, just to to kind of feel more encouragement of like it's possible to break patterns and you talk a lot about breaking patterns. Yeah absolutely. So well put by the way. Thank you so much. It's so wonderful to hear stuff that I've been grappling with and thinking about and I'm so glad that it's you're able to explain it. So succinctly, which which makes me really happy and I think relationships are. The core of a happiness. One of my good friends, Rob Awarding News Harvard Professor He did the seventy five year study on human happiness and they completed it was the fourth professor at Harvard. finished off the study and published it and gave a Ted talk on A. Beautiful testimony for the book and his works. Amazing. He's got a new book coming out and he found that studied that the number one indicates if a human happiness was the quality of our relationships now that sounds obvious. But it's funny because we've never learned about how to have good positive meaningful relationships and all of them start with the relationship we have with ourselves until we spend so much time when you're dating someone to get to know them or. When you're interested in someone to get to understand them. But the big question is, how much do we know ourselves? How much do we understand ourselves and how much are we happy with who were becoming and so for me when it comes to talking about relationships, the first thing I really really look at is, do we know who we are and who's going to complement that and enhance that or are we looking for what we don't have in someone else? The majority of us we are demanding what we did or didn't get from our parents. I. Don Project into our relationship, parents will lead a loving and secure than we're looking for that complete love and security in our partner, and if our parents were not present than we're looking for that presence partner in. So if we healed that relationship with unpatented. Generation then we can really have a true relationship with someone else. I love that I feel like I'm I'm constantly having conversations where it either about and again especially now about about the relationship we have with ourselves, and then once you understand that better than you'll be a better partner sister friend daughter son whatever that may be and I feel like an the best version of yourself you have to feel that within yourself and I learned so much from your book about embracing that in so many new ways. I'd love to. I. One more quote that I feel like was one of those amazing like a moments that I wanna right is like a mantra. Is and then, and then I love if you wouldn't mind for me, I know I could use it. I'm sure everyone watching about mindful meditation or mindful exercise. I love it I. Love It was amazing. It was and it was near the end. It was on pitch to seventy five ever want to go back. It was life isn't going to go your way you have to go your way and take life with you. And I read that in went God that's like it's such a sink comment that makes so much sense you have to go and take it with you and it will happen to you and that will be what your life is. It's not always go in the way that you project it to go. It has to go in the way that you're going and I found that to be such a beautiful message and it kind of encapsulated. So much of the mindfulness in the might living mindfully that you talk about and realizing okay. At some point, you just have to let go and take all it is the learned about yourself some about the world and what you want what you don't want. and. Just let it happen and I. Just I found that to be another one of my eight million J. Shetty `ISMs. Eight forever. I know. Thanks for sharing. That what he nearly didn't make it into the book. No I'm not even joking because I remember going through that one. I'm so glad you brought that one up in neely make it in because it was immense so much to me, but we were trying to figure out what people really understand what I'm saying you. Totally. Have shed a beautifully. It's half the time we struggle in life because we have a version of what we think life should look like. And the you currently living. So it's almost like you have a projector screen in your head that's projecting this picture of what it should look like, and then you have the real pod and they don't match and you go oh owner I'm going the wrong way of going the wrong way and you freak out but actually. You get to where you want in life just not in the way you imagine it. And we have to disconnect and detached from how we think life should look. Actually. Live it. The way it is, and like you said that you take it with you and I think if we can learn to do that, I can honestly say the book was meant to come a pro and it got pushed back and I don't even think I'd met you before. I didn't think we'd even connected doing the Greg the we day. Yeah I think that was the beginning of the pandemic may be. The beginning I think it was either either late April or might have been made it was. Just finishing for graduation and it was done and so so if I think about it for a second, my book was meant to come out before I knew you today I'm here with you thanks to you I'm my highest full of militant gratitude. Love for you I. I just wanted to street is people I've ever met and I wouldn't be doing this with you today if This. Had happened and I always look back at life and just trying to think what would I have missed? How do this challenge arose when you ask yourself that you start noticing that there are just so many gifts of. Pointing out and yes, I would love to share meditation is yes I'm GonNa ask you to do. You've meditated before you have been all you have to do is follow along and you can do this wherever you are a from. If you're driving, that's the only place you're allowed to do this you should be on torching this anyway. But apart from that, you can be anywhere in your home just find a quiet space. You can just have your phone in front of you, but you're going to close your eyes in a moment and I just wanted to be comfortable. So don't try and be really erect already straight or just be comfortable and being a comfortable environment if you need to move what you do that's fine. So we're not everyone including Lily Detroit's the rise and I'll my eyes to. Give me a thumbs up when you can hear the music. Yeah Ethic. Close. Your eyes. Ads. For a moment and Just become present your mind and body. Have Your Mind Wanders Itself Laboring. Back. tocom. Is. Still S. And piece. Whenever arise is. that. You just bring your wellness. tecom. Islands. Scaring and peace. Meaning place, you're right arm and your heart. To me. I am exactly where I need to be. A I am exactly where I need to be. Around, when you say this? TREND BELIEVE IN? Your Body. And your mind. And feel it in your heart. Once more. I am exactly. I meant to be. Ackley or and then. Let's say once. I am exactly where I need to be. Exactly right need to be. So many times and I live. We feel we're ahead. Feel. We're behind we feel like we're catching up. We just accept. At all the powers in the present. And that we have perfectly placed in position. We can truly. Reach Become aware of your natural breathing baton. Pre the end and raise your shoulders up in back. Thou- enrolled and back down. Breathing enroll your shoulders often back. Thou enroll him backing down. Once breathing, enroll your shoulder bag. Vow Enroll him backing down. Killing more aligned. a natural sense of calm. and. Peace. And breathing now and lower left your left shoulder as you breathe in. And bring it back to the middle. Hitch your right shorter as you agree then. You. Bring it back to the. Middle. Your left yet your left shorter's pre then. Bring it back to the middle. You're right issue you're right shortage re that. Bring back to the middle. Your body and mind align. Sense of calm and stone us. Play store left home in your stomach. And as you breathe in the stomach, go out. As. Just finished. In an fetus stomach allow. Readout senior stomach go in. Becoming aligned with your natural breathing baton. Become aware of how the air anticipates into your nose. Body. How your feet or on your bed or on your ground. You're back in the chair on your bag. You. Right hand on your heart. He. Breath out. Breath in. This time repeat. Letting go of everything that doesn't have me. Letting go of everything that doesn't serve me. And then predated this. Tony Excel really feel yourself letting go of any tension or pressure a stress free then? Embryo. Letting, go and extending that. Coin you're ready. Near, time, I own pace. When you're ready. To Check in. Software yards. Back in April or May and our doing it again and I feel like it's the best way to start today it is. It's so stealing and I just want to say that was a beautiful sound bath from a Youtube Channel Code Healing vibrations so you can definitely go and subscribe to them if you enjoyed that music everyone dad fantastic and they do these beautiful pieces but lily that yeah, I'm glad I got to share this again conway to in person it's my head to interview of the podcast I literally listen to that podcast religiously. Do you know how many screen shots I friends being like guys? Note this is the best. Oh, this is the now I'm like I need to I, started a folder on my own of all back to. So it's like I would be so honored and it's my honor to be like talking about this all day. Please again for everyone that hasn't pre-ordered you should have, and if you haven't go get it today from your local Bookstore Amazon anywhere. 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Lily Collins Is An Utterly Captivating Fantine

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Lily Collins Is An Utterly Captivating Fantine

"Everyone's watching masterpieces miserable on PBS. So don't be left out. Watch new episodes of les Miz every Sunday at nine pm or catch up on PBS dot org slash masterpiece. For a limited time, you can also binge the whole series now on PBS passport a member benefit from your local member station. Les Miserables is must see TV watch it. Now. I'm Jay sleigh Cobb. And you're listening to masterpiece studio after losing her lover her daughter and her job, the young teen has finally died after learning that her savior Monsieur Lemaire is in fact, the fugitive convict Jean Valjean, it's a gruesome death for a character whose life was full of extremes from a beautiful lakeside romance to the violence of the urban sex trade Fontaine has seen the bright promise of her young life extinguished by the harsh realities of mid nineteenth century, France. You see this month? Uko? Ms Yoda mask is always. Oh. He's supposed to be so good. What do they do? Me out on the street. And you know, why? Monster. Actor lily Collins, turn to the original novels text as a source for character development. And she was thrilled to find that Andrew Davis script for Les Miserables gave the usually narrowly defined Fontaine room to grow and even thrive in this recent adaptation, it was a welcome to me having known where she ends up to be able to have as much fun at the beginning. You know, where things are headed. And it makes you want for her the best more than you've ever have. Because you know, that things are just gonna get awful quite soon. Collins takes us inside her stunning transformation and says goodbye to contain while looking ahead to her busy calendar. And we are joined this week by Les Miserables star lily Collins, welcome. Thank you for having me. Funding is introducing Andrew Davis script with the following description. Fontaine the youngest treated as a pet by the others. She's fair and ravishingly pretty I love at the funding. We see in the first episode is happy an entirely innocent. What did you make of this description of her? I thought it was really fascinating being able to show aside a Fontaine that we don't really normally get to see in the previous film adaptation as well as the musical. Because normally we hear about those days when Fontaine was happy and had just moved to Paris, and you know, had friends and she got to fall in love. We we only hear that really in a song lyric or a couple of song lyrics, and this time we actually get episode to to see her come and be alive and fall in love and have her child. So for me, it was really fun to get to explore the the young naive. More innocent just full of life and love. Of on teen that I know I would have loved to see more of before. So the fact that Andrew got to detail her in such a way was really fun to get to explore. And does having that backstory. Make what's coming for Fantine, even more wrenching for viewers. It doesn't engender further sympathy for her by showing how she started out. Yeah. I think it's pivotal. So that you have the exact opposite of what she ends up to really start her out as happy and youthful and. Fun and full of life. Because at the end of the story is you know, she is on her deathbed and looks completely different. And for me. What was so strange about filming is that we started at the end and worked away backwards because we started filming and winter. So my second day of filming was on my deathbed. And then I got to come back to life, and and reintroduce myself to the young Fontaine, which was really great. Because once I reached the death scene, and you know, worked my way through all of her prostitution scenes and her really kind of grappling life. I knew where she ended up. So I got to really amp up the beginning of the story to the best of my ability to make it even more loving, even more youthful and fun and innocent naive because that way I had a really great book end to kind of be opposite to the ends. And I think that an audience is is more able to empathize with her at the end when they've actually seen where she came from what sort of preparation did you do in terms of research? Did you turn to the Victor Hugo's novel? I did Tom was quite adamant that for obvious reasons. This is based on the Victor Hugo novel. It's not, you know, musical version. It's not based on what the movie did. Or it really was its own entity and Andrew obviously references so much of the novel in just the back story when you're reading the script not even on the lines. But really just the setting and the way his descriptions as you read before about Fontaine, he really goes back to the novel. So that was pivotal to to go back and reference that it was very much about analyzing the context, and the text from the original novel and just inserting bits of yourself within the character, especially for fun teen seeing as though we haven't seen that much of her youthful side before and so Tom just wanted to know what that was like for me. And so we did a lot of speaking about women at that time, and, you know, young set versus you know, a young prostitute. And how that could kinda Volvo. And a young mother, you know, the during this time in Paris. And what that would look like so just using using the surroundings to kind of an influence, how funding would act did Anne Hathaway offer you advice. It wasn't like Anne Hathaway came up to me and offered me advice. I saw her at an event. And I just I thought it was funny that I saw her and I had just played her. And I said I'm playing on teen. Hi, how are you? She offered me. Really great advice actually coming from me bringing it up to her. And it was just make sure that you don't lose yourself in this character because it is one that requires all of yourself like I said before and it would be easy for it to become all consuming and just to be aware of that. And that was something that I knew going into it. But it was nice to have someone who's been in. The trenches reiterate that and remind me that I'm not crazy for thinking. It is overwhelming. But it was great. It was a lovely moment. And I was very thankful for that Fontaine meets Felix played by Johnny Flynn over a drink and the scene becomes a swirl of activity as teen in her friends dance with these very well heeled, gentlemen. No, no, no. I'm afraid. We cannot permit you to done without partners. Never all too. Ask your name. Please. Fontaine, miss you. Phan-tien? What was it like getting to play the scene, which is so at odds with how we think of funding traditionally that scene was so beautiful. I remember all of us being there and looking at I mean, first of all the production design on this is just insanely beautiful. And it was a welcome to me because I had shot all of my, you know, my, death and my struggle. Maybe two months prior went back to Los Angeles for a month and came back for the summer portion. And this was one of the first things I shot, and it was the first time for me. Also that I got to be around other people, you know, that were found teams friends so that our whole gang spent so much time together in Brussels. We had such a great time when we were so close knit that. This was just it felt like another like a Friday night, you know, hanging out with friends, which it really was for Fontaine. But it it felt really nice to just let go and let loose and have a fun time because it was one of the moments only moments that you UC Fontaine. Able to do that. And funding was very much the baby of the group in terms of her girlfriends that work resents with her she's younger one she's more naive, and they see her as her little their little pet in the most endearing sense. So this was one of the most grownup nights. She's had she gets to go out and have drinks and Blohm hold meet some guys. And obviously, you know, the rest is history and goes downhill from there, really. But it was a welcome to me having known where she ends up to be able to have as much fun at the beginning. You know, where things are headed. And it makes you want for her the best more than you've ever have. Because you know, that things are just gonna get awful quite soon. Frontier falls head over heels in love with Felix their seduction scene in the woods under the green. Canopy of the trees is exquisite to watch. I wonder if you know how I'm suffering. Are you going to be merciful fun team? Will you take pity on me? I want you to be sad. Then. He promised. So be good to me fabrics. Online by what was it like shooting the sequence? It was. I mean, it was beautiful again that the where we got to shoot was just a joy Brussels in outside of Belgium in France. There were so many mazing locations props to Johnny Flynn for knowing how to row that canoe. Really? Well, it felt very natural Janis such a giving actor he's perfect in this role. I feel he plays that fine line between, you know, a wing very dapper young, man. And also someone that you know is just sleazy and saying what he wants to get her and a poet in every sense. And I felt like that was the first moment for fun team that she ever really falls for someone. And it's the first time she gives herself to anyone, and you can tell her you can tell she's super hesitant. But the second he starts playing into his emotions and saying, you know, I don't want to suffer. Do you want me to suffer? He really knows how to get her. And it's heartbreakingly beautiful. And at the same time, you really you. Go. Can you fault her though because she can't see that he's tricking her? And he's really good at what he does that. He's very alluring. And we don't even know if that's what he's doing it. So it's easy to see why she falls for him. But yeah, I mean, it was it was summer on the Bank of a beautiful lake, you know, with a blanket, and it just all of it felt very very realistic and quite fairytale like sort of innocent like her is completely showing. She has a guy canoeing hurt this little nook with a blanket and reciting poetry and saying how beautiful she is. I mean, that's something that every girl would want, you know, especially on teen who has never had any attention like this. So like, it really is easy to see why she felt for him and even sadder when he leaves her. I mean, do you think that Fontaine truly loves Felix idea? I think Fontaine believes in love and loves the failing of love, and she's always she's ever hopeful. And I think she sees the best in people what you know, even when she's speaking to the presents in the factory afterwards. When one of her friends is telling her, you know, things like this happen for us. And they're just going to use us in Fontaines just so optimistic saying, well, maybe it's not always like that. And it might not be like that for me. And I think it's that hopeful optimistic nature of hers that is what continues on throughout the store, even after she dies. She's kind of this beacon of light and of hope and makes it even sadder that's her disposition. But it's I think it was really genuine for her. I mean, getting a letter at a banquet might be the nineteenth century equivalent of getting ghosted. Yeah. Lately getting ghosted. Yeah. Mean how much of Felix's cavalier? Air action sort of destroy Fontaine is this sort of the moment where there's no turning back. I think you know, she has a daughter now and Felix had gotten her her apartment Felix had done his what he thought duty in keeping her healthy, happy end protected, and fed and warm, but she can't take care of herself in the way that he had and he doesn't leave her anything to do. So. So once she realizes that he's gone in that moment her whole world. I think comes crashing down. And she has his realization of okay, I can't I can't just sit and wallow because I I can't keep my house. I can't keep my daughter fed. I have to do something. And in that moment at the end of episode one really is this kind of light bulb moment where she has to figure out what next and there's nothing for her there anymore. I also think she probably can't exist within that space and not think of him, you know, she has to move on in some way. So she is forced to have to leave. And when she meets the Tanada as and sees a way out for the moment of okay, we'll lease my daughter can be protected and well fed and cared for on. I can go and figure out my next step. But I do think that that letter seals the deal of my worlds coming crashing down in. What can I do? Frontier. Laws to Belgian about not having a daughter. So what are your firmly circumstances? I am known in the world. No husband. No lover. No children as as I said. So I'm I'm alone in the world. It's very important to me. And to you team that you're completely honest with me, why doesn't she admit to John the cheese a mother what holds her back? Well, I think she assumed he would judge her not want to hire her and she couldn't risk that. So she felt that it was necessary to just present who she was there. I mean, she had left her daughter. So she was technically alone there. But I don't think she wanted the judgment. And unfortunately, if she had just told him he may have actually shown pity in still hired her, but she didn't want to risk anything in this point. This was really her only option. So she was willing to kinda forgo telling the truth for that. What was it like working with Dominic west Dominique's awesome? He's amazing. He's so intense when he needs to be in so fun when the cameras aren't rolling, but he's a wonderful scene partner. He's so brilliant in this role. And just really a joy to kind of be in the moment with especially in scenes, you know, also with David in that pinnacle scene where she's begging for her life on the street in the snow to have to powerful acting, you know, houses right across from you. So one hundred and ten percent in that moment with you is so necessary, you know, and then they yell cut and were laughing. It's it's so great. It's so great to have people that can do both in that are really in a moment with you frontier. Finishers her work in uses some leftover beads to make a little bird, which reminded me the cage bird that she has. What is the bird represent to you to me? I think it's freedom. The idea that we can all feel caged in our own lives in one way or another. But the second that you allow yourself to to be free, even if it's just for a little while before you come back home or it is just to set yourself free from an idea or a place. You are in your life. How that can be so liberating for one spirit and also physically if you free yourself from something, and I think this was to be given to cassette just as little emblem of of freedom and always spread your wings and always kind of rise above what it is that you're thrown in life. So it was very sad. When she doesn't actually get to give it to her. I know little bird ends up being fountains undoing as Madame Victor Nya catches her with it and ends up following her to the letter writer is there a sense that had paramount Lynn been at his desk at Fontaine may have escaped. This fate looking to the empty desk. I think he would have granted more of a lenient towards fun teen as opposed to Madame victory. A who really always had it out for her? I think she would have used anything to get her out because she really sensed that she was lying, which of course, she was. But again all. Good reason, you know, her morals were there. But I think paramount Alon felt really betrayed when he finds out Fonteyn had lied. And I think he in his heart would still have wanted to keep her there, but he had to set a precedent for the other women. And so I think she was looking out for him as a guardian of sorts when he wasn't there gave her even more of a reason to hold that grudge and resentment towards him, which you see in that scene on the street when when he approaches her and she just completely. You know, kind of. Just is just disgusted by him and calls him out in front of everyone. But he redeems himself by by providing a bed for her and promised to go seek cassette. But I think that those moments when she's looking for him, and he's not there are very poignant. Because it's as if he abandoned her, and that's what he she sees him as someone who abandoned her who at the end does redeem himself before this next question, a brief word from our sponsors. Castles and cathedrals vineyards in vistas Viking dedicated to bringing the traveler closer to the destination along the great rivers of Europe, offering a small ship experience with the shore excursion included in every port. Learn more at Viking cruises dot com. Is so much of what happens to poor team down to bed block or being in the wrong place at the wrong time. I think that she was. Easily manipulated and duped by this man. And I I don't know if it's a sense of necessarily, bad luck or wrong place wrong time, I think it's her disposition was taken advantage of by multiple people. Whether that's Felix or the Tanada as and it set her off on a really negative trajectory, and she was so fearful to not be able to take care of cassette that I think she projected how she felt other people would react if she had told the truth if she'd told pair medal, and that she had a daughter things probably would have been different. He may not have hired or he may have. But if he didn't hire her she probably would have had to go find somewhere else, but if he had than there would have been a reason to fire her for the little bird because they would have known that she they had a daughter, and I think it was it's a series of unfortunate events that were done to a very. Fortunate loving person, which sometimes in life bad things happen to good people. And you can't really figure out why the good news is that she remained ever hopeful and ever kind of persistent in her love of Cosette and trying to provide for her that her overall essence, and that that sense of loyalty in light. And love is what John Valjean continues onto the end of the story. So if it weren't for her love and positivity and light, I don't think he would have made it through to the end. And if that's that if that's what she leaves this earth when she leaves the earth than that. I guess is something positive from something negative. You know, we come out to the most horrific scene in the entire show. We're Fonteyn has her head shaved teeth ripped out by the hair and teeth dealer. Played by Ron cook selling home. Ten is. That's right. Get more anyway. But if you stinking of partying was is lovely white east now. Just a tooth from one. Could keep you to Napoleon's. Forty francs fifty altogether. Just five minutes world. What you signed? How brilliant wrong. When he was did that I really was quite mess fries. I was like I get why she approached him and was willing to do it. Yeah. It's amazing. I mean, the scene itself his mother holds down it plays out like something out of a horror film. What was it like shooting this very traumatic sequence? It was interesting talking to Tom about this sequence because it's been portrayed money different ways in other productions and. He was very adamant that if she cries at all in seen it will be from the pain of it happening not of her necessarily doing it because we both. Agreed. She's not vain. So it's not that she's crying that she has to have a haircut or that. She has to have her teeth pulled out because that was a choice in her priority is cassette. So when she makes a decision she might be fearful, but she's not upset that she's losing her looks the the pain comes from the sheer agony of these you know, of of him chopping her hair. So so harshly that it catches her scalp or obviously the teeth. Pulling is there's shouldn't have any that NSF. Like, there's there's no drugs involved to make her not feel anything. So this is just pure pain. And that was where the horror came from of how brutal and how raw he was going to then approach that moment Ron cook was going to do that. Or? The teeth in hair polar and at this point. It's the last thing she feels before prostitution that that she can do and we were in a very small environment. And I remember the crew all feeling extremely grossed out by as well sound was everything because you're really relying on. My eyes and the noises, and obviously the brilliant acting by Ron and his mother, but it was just one of those moments when you thought, oh, people are probably not going to like to watch this because I know a lot of people that hate the dentist. They're really not fans gain their teeth cleaned so little and seeing that, but it was it was necessary. And I think it's also necessary that she doesn't see herself until she gets back home for the first time. We it was dark when we come to the scene where she retaliates against an awful would be punter and assaults him which leads to her being dragged viciously through the streets by surveyor and thrown in front of Belgian travels real I mean, it looks it looks painful, and it looks incredibly cold. Oh, yes. So it was in the minuses. I think it was about minus thirteen or minus fifteen that night. It had just been I didn't know could rain and snow at the same time. But apparently, it can it rained, and it had really snowed and it was freezing. And I'm wearing limited clothing. And so we shot all exteriors in this. Amazing amazing ancient little city little town called Limburg and the cobblestone streets all of that was real which is is so beautiful when you're walking down on a sunny day. But when you're being dragged through the streets by someone who is your jailer or your flailing and jumping on someone practiced the jumping with stunt person. But then it really was me jumping and knocking him down and just piling at his face. I mean, he the actor wanted me. He's go for it. Well, you don't wanna tell me to go for it. Because I really will go for 'cause they wanted animalistic and just screaming and guttural because this is the last chance she has to really fight back, and it shows that she still she still. Has a sense of herself main? She's a shell of what she was. But she's also not willing for someone to treat her that way. And it's her last almost her last exertion because she's already really sick at that point. And so we did that jumping on him. And then I'm literally picked up and dragged by my stomach away. And then David, and I spoke about the fact that it was a harsh scene, and he was going to be gripping me hard, and I was pulling away. But there's the other is a moment when I'm being held back by the guards. And I jump at his feet, and I'm begging begging and he pulls me, and he kind of shoves me off. And we did it a couple times the rehearsal. But when you get into the moment, and you know, it's it's doer die and your you've got lots of endorphins. And you know, he's playing who's playing I'm playing who I'm playing sometimes things get amped up. And I he he shoved me, but we're on. Cobblestones? And so my foot got caught on one of the cobblestones, and it was so slippery from snow and the rain that I literally flew across the cobblestone landed straight on my hip bone and they use the shot because it was a amid shots. You can see it's me doesn't look like a stunt person. But it's me flailing getting flung, and you just heard this crack, and nobody knew that it. Nobody knew that it hurt. But I agree MD out loud as she would have. And I just thought don't stop like, this is the Makiko ING if on team was in pain, you're in pain. What good is going to be the stop. So we just kept rolling. And I was crying, and I was like coughing and everything about it hurt and hurt and hurt at least in my opinion. It's like when I had I went, okay. I went all in. I did Justice to fund teen seeing because that was one of my most anticipated anxiety ridden scenes for sure. Frontiers death scene is one of the most iconic in history. And you completely transform yourself into this four women sweaty toothless feverish, your faces just for this mess of misery and anguish the choking sound that you made stuck with me so long after I watched this, Hugh. Go. Here. He hasn't been to more mate affects your little girl. He has been confessing his crimes in court. And now he's going back to the prison hulks where he belongs. And how grueling was it to to shoot death day to imagine that welcome to set day to was really interesting actually because it was freezing. Everyone was just bundled up. They had me on this deathbed, which they vary nicely. The prop department had put in a electric blanket on the bottom because I was gonna lying in all day. And I I thought I don't know if I really yes, I want it. But I don't know if I really really want it because I'm I wanna be suffering in cold the longer I stayed on that bed it became so hot that. I just started sweating, and then I was cold. And then I thought well now, I'm gonna get sick. And I thought well that's perfect. So as I was shivering, I was profusely. Sweating sweat was me like sweating, then they added spray, and then I was. So delirious from the whole day of of breathing in lack of breathing. And what that does she was a person. I mean, when you mess up, your breathing, you become light headed and all of this stuff. And I had just thought before I went into this like how can I make the noise disturbing? What can I do? And I started just kind of choking and Tom was like, right. We'll make sense because you're choking on your blood, and you can't really speak, and so it's noses, and I remember at one point dominant looked he's like, oh, I think I might use that for my death where did that come from? And I was like, I don't know. I just thought it might be it might be helpful. So that just all kind of came together on the day. But it was interesting that a hot blanket could end up actually making me freezing and sweaty which then turned into this. You know, great amalgamation of getting sick. I mean, I did kind of get sick afterwards. But I thought well at least have died already fun. This production was really ultimately a test of endurance for you physical transformation. A psychologically grueling portrayal. Freezing temperatures flying across cobblestones. Did you come out the other side with better sense of what you yourself can endure? Yes, definitely. It felt daunting to look at the script. Even though I'm in only three episodes still was daunting to look at all the things funding goes through in such a relatively short period. Onscreen and there were moments. You know, like I said that we're one eighth of a page had no dialogue, but were so powerful. And then there were scenes that were monologues that were so powerful. And so many nuanced moments that Tom I remember when I was on the phone to Tom I was in sully, sunny LA and Tom said so that scene where you're being dragged through the streets. I know it's written that it's in the jailhouse breath thought how much more humiliating amazing? Would it be if he were dragged through the snow on the street outside? And I remember thinking amazing for who viewer or me. And I thought you know, what? Yes, yes. Yes. It's going to be amazing, Tom, and I just thought don't think about the actual doing of it because the end result will be so amazing. And again, it just aided in the performance so much. But I I really. Really went through a lot of external influences in order to make this happen that I didn't necessarily know I could withstand at it. It was interesting to me to kinda see what I was capable of. And that's a huge testament though to Tom and our director and the other actors because as long as you're surrounded by people that you trust in that. No are taking you in the right direction. You're kind of willing to put up with whatever it is to get the job done. And when I finished I was so happy to to have a break. And luckily I finished in the summer period when she was happy. So that was really nice sendoff. You know, I was glad to get the the bad stuff done in the winter and than happy to come back in the summer, and then take a well-needed little kind of beach vacation and come back free. And then watch it months later and go. Wow. We did that oh that looks sad. It was nice to have a little bit of a break from it. You're starring Edith Tolkien the wife of Lord of the rings, novelist. JR joking play by nNcholas Holt in the by Victoria, keen, what can you tell us about that project? I'm so excited actually comes out in a couple months now that was also to mazing experience be a part of because I grew up loving Lord of the rings didn't know much about token himself, though. So to be able to play the woman that inspired the elven Queen. And a lot of the story points of Lord of the rings. And the hobbit was relieved for lack of better words magical. I got to shoot Liverpool. I've been a huge fan of Knicks for a long time. I've known him socially. And I think he's wonderful and working with domain as our director. He's such a visual genius. The way that he wanted to show the war sequences and the colors of war as well. As inserting little bits of the imagery that you associate with the hobbit into this real life story was really fascinating to me. But it was so interesting to get to know the story behind. The story of great one of the most renowned novelists of the world. Really? And then what's next for you? Now, I also did a film. Call extremely wicked shocking. Eveland vile about Ted Bundy film that sparks a lot of conversation, which I think is important and to have been able to play a woman who is still alive today into have met her was was fascinating. And just such a an amazing experience as a human being from one woman to another woman and lame is I feel like last year was an interesting year of back to back work, which I'm very grateful for and then they all seem to be coming out their exact reverse of when they were shot. Les MS was last and les Miz came out first. So I'm grateful to be able to be talking about all the stuff that I did last year lily Collins. Thank you so much. Thank you for having the. Andrew Davis is one of the UK's most prolific screenwriters adapting dozens of classic titles since the very beginning of masterpiece when he decided to pen in new adaptation of Victor Hugo's classic novel. 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Tolkien Q&A - George R.R. Martin - Dome Karukoski - Nicholas Hoult - Lily Collins

The Q&A with Jeff Goldsmith

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Tolkien Q&A - George R.R. Martin - Dome Karukoski - Nicholas Hoult - Lily Collins

"Without a doubt, George Martin was influenced by JR Tolkien. And I think it goes a bit beyond the are ours. Howdy. I'm Jeff Goldsmith. And this is the QNA. My gender is simple. Each week. I plan to bring you in depth insights into the creative process of storytelling, folks. This was a fun Q and A attended in the fine folks at FOX searchlight were kind enough to let me share it with you. So I think them for making this entire episode possible. It was recorded the premier for Tolkien the village theater in Westwood earlier this week when game of thrones novelist, George are Martin moderated Acuna with Tolkien's director dome. Kiro Kaczynski and actors Nicolas whole to plays a young JR Tolkien and lily Collins who plays his future wife, Edith Bratt. I gotta say I quite enjoyed the film, and it gives insights into the man himself before he wrote the hobbit and Lord of the rings trilogy, and even provides a peek into the beginning of his long process to write the hobbit, which I of course, wanted more of but was quite happy to have. Was there? So hope you go see the film about this legendary writer after you hear this full chat of admiration for toll keen that highlights the respect these folks have for the man and his work. So I know you'll dig this episode and speaking of things to dig I hope you'll also check out the brand new issue issue. Thirty seven of backstory magazine, it's our ventures in game issue, which you could read at backstory dot net. That's right. You could read the entire magazine they're on a desktop laptop. And also the are Pat app or on an Android via Google play. We've got nearly twelve thousand words between our spoiler filled. 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Do let's jump right into the village west with eater as the QNA began with novelist and moderator George are Martin who will interview director dome, karaoke, hausky and actors nNcholas Holt and lily Collins who chat about their latest film token. Thank you. And thank you for coming. So did you enjoy the movie? Yeah. It's a pretty it's a pretty amazing work of art. I saw it myself a few days ago. And of course, I've been a token fan since I was a witch child. I think of twelve or thirteen. And as a writer, I've always been fascinated by the man behind the stories, and what I love about this movie. Is it gives us a glimpse of the man behind the stories? You know token. Wrote the hobbit in the thirties and loaded rings was published in the fifties. He didn't really become well known though until the paperbacks came out in the United States in the in the sixties, and suddenly this relatively obscure British fantasists was a worldwide phenomenon and the picture we got of him at that stage was. Of elderly Oxford done, philology and expert in languages and expert in beowulf. It's kind of startling though to think that he was he was a young man of very vital young, man. A student at Oxford and his friends at came for that he had this extraordinary friendship with other people. And of course, his love story, which I think is an amazingly romantic story that this film captures beautifully will. And it's nice to see this. Viewpoint of of what what token was like when he was young and of the events that shaped him, including of course, all the ugliness of World War One and what he and his friends suffered during that war. So I found the film profoundly moving and congratulations to you folks who who helped make it that. So let's let's start to discussion with our director here and tell us a little about the the history of how this film came to be in your your role in involving that. Have you always been a token fanatic? Did you know his work from from the beginning? And. I live touched based on the introduction. But in in a way toll commend to me as pointed out in the beginning being in the loan bullied, and an outcast and outsider allows you. He's stories I read the loitering 's and I went to the hobby that age of fifty s he limited in came. We were talking about how difficult it was read as young man and intriguing. It's now become my favorite of his books and in terms of ride into class of writing Lord of rings still holds that place. I mean, how shapes woods, and how shapes sentences, but similarly in being the depth, and the story of history, the story of people he's sort of people that you see in this film which much touches base. So perhaps in Lillian has become that most meaningful art piece regarding this Phil for me, so most of this mall, hints, or you might call them inside Easter eggs or the moments of revelation to him are actually divided deriving from this. And not necessarily you have to read them, you fifth sense that so for me coming to this project was intriguing because I got sent the script by the producers by major by foot FOX, I lead whom I had met earlier, and I didn't know about this time of his life. You know, I had the same vision of him. You know, debating would see us Louis at the baby in the burden, you know, smoking pipe, and and showing someone shouts not under oath. And you get this feeling that he's very league he's still privileged Oxford in and then suddenly the story, you know, often the person who has to struggle through classes struggle to life from darkness into light. It was something mesmerizing that needed to be told. Nncholas how about you were you. Had you read token before this part came your way were you a fan? I was a fun. Yeah. I I read the whole bit because it was given to me by the directors of about a boy on the on the of that film. So I've read that then and then and then it was pretty shortly after that the Lord of the rings movies came along. So I read the books and then watch the films, and then I played the Pokemon called came out grown up. And that was that was the Lord of the rings card game which felt like a much more grown up version of I've stay off the schools and complained that as well. So it was incredible thing where he'd been a big part of my of my childhood. And then this came along. And I've realized that I was mispronouncing his name by also knew nothing about what had. So I said, wow. There's this remarkable story behind all this mythology. I knew nothing about an regardless of what he then created. This is an incredible story about this young man, losing his parents, and then finding love and friendship and all this inspiration to create and also having those taken away from him because of the war. So yeah, it was a story that stood alone. And something that I found incredible to discover him. I think one of the cool things about this film is even oh token is is. You know, one of the great writers the twentieth century and his his works is published all over the world. But you don't actually have to know much about his work to enjoy this film. It can be enjoyed simply as a film about friendship and love and what that generation the World War One generation when went through it's done. I was saying this. There's levels of Easter eggs hidden within it, some even I wouldn't have gotten the references to be honest. I can video couple. But I mean, the level is discussed a lot of with Nick that not necessarily sorry to interrupt you buy. But I mean, the thing is that forced is similarly moment when he creates a two trees valley, nor Darden's doesn't have to know that as the first idea whole kind of idea that I had is that every glimpse every moment that you see in the film, which, you know, basically, it was bringing in while I was shooting, and while, you know, for instance, they lost shot of him confronting the ultimate evil. If you remember on the shoot, it's one of the second loss shots of the whole film. I mean few shoot when basically Tolkien rises against the Lord of evil. It's not yet more goes, it's not yet moment of funeral phone with confronting more. Goes is not yet Gondal confronting the ball, Rog. But it's very sensual into his, and that's shot from ISIS, we shot like, we did it wasn't in the script. But it was an idea of that's feeling when we aren't set shooting this horrifying war that he must have felt this so shout into Nick come here. Come here. Let's take this camera here. Let's do this. You know, that feeling emotion can Bill. Adding these very lay elements of coming from his own emotion as an person that he felt how vein it is go up. How vain the battle must be as those who know read this letter, leeann fingle going towards more growth is quite way, you kind of know that he's gonna win. So there are layers in there, but you don't necessarily have to know a read the model and to enjoy that moment. So little your your involvement. You were you were telling me outside that you almost played an elf in one of the Peter Jackson by almost most. I mean, I was one of probably hundreds at audition. Yes. You still have your pointed ears idea. I do I thought would it be too much to where tonight, and I did not wear them. Sadly, I know I probably should have. But there are a few people in audience that are rocking them. So. Right. Yeah. There you go. I am internally one of you. I'm just not wearing them tonight. But yeah, I was a fan of Tolkien's work ever since I was little I grew up in the English countryside running around, what looked to be Shire Lewis Shire world to me, pretending they're elves and fairies in the trees, and basically already in that world and then. I think probably seven years ago. Maybe if not longer they were auditioning for Evangeline Lilly's part in the movies. And I was one of like, I said probably hundreds and never even made it to the level that it would have been to be considered. But the other lily got it and. And so I don't know it was it was interesting. I wouldn't have thought that years later. I would've ended up playing the woman who inspired the character. So it just proved to me that you can be you may not always be everyone's version of something. But if you're one person's version, that's all that matters. And so. It was I laughed myself. When I found out it was doing until how we do the costing process is that amid Nick he was of course, you started talking Mitnick when London and we was through shaping the script. So that time I wanted didn't want to show him the script. It's just ended up talking for an hour and a half. And after that, I just knew that. Okay. That's our token her, of course, she resides in Los Angeles. I was costing England and was Skyping to talk about it. And you mentioned it earlier in the introduction that your vision of what an elven Pence's fails like a day just thirteen right? Looks like and then you know, when you Skype this always a problem this distance because this gloss that's actual a dimension between you and her shine and kind of explosive warmth that came through that glossed Kim through the dimension was something I felt token must've felt. When he was there in the forest looking at her dawns, and then creating delay of Barron Lucienne. So that moment that warmth explosiveness was like, there's there's new theme. There's never lady. Did you know before you that's a scripted, you know, much about tokens life. And I didn't I sad because I'm someone like you. I love the story behind the story. And I couldn't believe that. I hadn't taken more time to learn about talking himself and then doing research on Edith, unfortunately, for a woman of that time in her stature social standing being an orphan, there's very little research to be done about her as well. So I was not aware of who. She was the second. I found out. I was like a no brainer to be a part of something. Like this. If you're not familiar with his life story. A lot of people are startled to think of token as someone who has romantic, I mean, he's romantic in the old sense of the romantic poets and all that Middle Earth is suffused with that capital our romance. But. Though, the love story in his real life. Was so intense and the powerful I think the this hope that still alive it's like the idea that they were orphans in their first and foremost friends, and then they were each other's confidantes and source of escapism. And then they became the baron and Lucienne story that was written on their gravestones until their eighties. When they visited those. Need to take a field trip out there? You might talking about the images pictures, you folks, some of the prep that I could do because there was very little to be said about Edith were photographs of the two of them or some solos of her. But there's always this kind of deep set cheeky nece behind her eyes. And they're both there is in these pictures, and they just look like that old coupled bicker and call each other out on things but really love each other like the ultimate couple goals. And I think that it's true. And it's something that I think people could write off as something of just made up in the movies. But it's not and they were each other's one. And only loves and I think it's it's a beautiful story that I don't think like, you said people don't know. Profound and his friendships were also very important to them, the the friends he made it that at Oxford and Cambridge many of whom unfortunately did not make it through the carnage of the first World War. How how much did you research those and the lives the tragically cut short flights of of his friends? I think we both did our own research in different layers and discussed a lot together about it. But I started with just digging about everything read everything I met every every Tolkien expert that I could meet that the point and every token expert will have a different kind of story and also different way to pronounce the name was actually wanted to pronounce it toll key. And every time, you know, he talk say, well, you know, keen, of course, and then because will keen on you know, you know, you have different interpretations and different characters. And I read everything and I need. There's a lotta lets us. Yeah. The interpretation the in the relationships on. And that's what I found useful has letters mainly that was a big takeaway from the film actually was this idea of these young boys setting out to change the world through art. And then and then token finding this safe place to create an express himself with that friendship group. But then losing the mole feeling like he's still had to carry that torch forward after their voices were lost. And that's kind of my big takeaway from the movie, I think is like all the voices that we lost because of that war and all the that would have been created the we didn't get to receive. So we're very fortunate that we go his work essentially the drudge to the tragedies that so many lost. And there's one to tell their story who will lost. And I think that's what he did. Maybe not direct one on one inspirations, you know, the they were actually more when you read his letters, and and he's stories, and is they were more visited the. But it was always these four, you know, I think it was total eight or nine members who were there for a week, and or something and Tolkien himself wrote to the other members Gilson Weisman beige Smith Smith that it is us for this is immortal four, and and he was adamant about we should keep out all the rest. And you can actually get that you can get Jeffries book of poetry with the Ford by by token as well if anyone's interested. That we have some questions that were submitted by members of the audience and the the members of legion and one ring. So let me throw in a few few those that are sort of interesting here or one question here for for all three of you is what was your favorite scene to film? And why was it your favorite? Take my favorite team was the grand cafe saying the Lillian I did because first of all it was a scene that domain was very protective of normally when you read the script if there's like seven or eight page dialogue scene. That's the first thing to be cut down as as the schedule starts to get tighter. And tighter. But dummy it was very protective of this idea of the first time you see the adult versions of these characters getting to really sit with them spend time with them and understand their love. And I think it's a scene where we have a lot of fun playing it. But also, you see how Edith inspires pushes and pokes Tolkien to create an also getting the glimpse into his love of language and imagination. And that's something that I didn't know before reading the script. Door cellar door. Yeah. Yeah. Exactly. So it's one of those things where my that was something that I was astounded by reading about token, all these worlds and creations stemmed from his love of language so getting to kind of try, and then interpret that onto screen was something that I really loved and they did that they actually did that they will throw sugar cubes on which people's hats. We have the same that scene. Plus, just the the non verbal the non dialogue scene of outside the opera when we're every enacting the opera because both scenes get you get to see how they felt like outsiders, and they were very poised and put together for their time. But on the flip side, they were silly. They were goofy. They did throw sugar cubes. They did reenact things have costumes so getting to show someone about period almost mimicking themselves is very rare. And I thought it made it very realistic. And we got to improv and have fun and silly. And that was really fun. We'll have to favorite scenes and into one is basically that opera scene. Back alley opposite, which I kind of built into the script because I've read about some of you her the Tolkien used address tonight and the scare people industry of Oxford. And and I was trying to fit that in descript was difficult. We're doing it film about a relaxed person. Sometimes you hear these wonderful stories segments, but you can't fit them into certain dramatical narrative. So that the motion and emotional flow is coherent. So how do you wash that the characters or that your true emotional truths of the cactus? So that's why I built the scene where talkie and with Edith dresses up. They don't scare what kind of play that their own music their own history together. And then the second one, which is because I approached a war because there's not much documentation about his wartime. And the thing we had a versions which were more factual and the emotion and income through what is feeling of war. It felt more of more historical than like. So then we went into this thought that have this thought that what if he's all this time during this film dreaming? He's he's lying Southampton. He's his hospital, and that's his dream of war. So not necessarily everything element has to be factually true. But it is emotional takeaway. So of course, the climax of that is the big charge going over the top which he actually did when they go with the Heston line, historically. We don't know we don't know how many times the a gun, we don't know those facts, but we know that he experienced that going over the top and how insane that warfare is. And how Bain it is. And how the war must have felt for him. That's kind of my second favorite scene because we also shot it during a two week period. Token, always. Resisted the suggestion that his his worst were inspired. Well by his experiences, more one. And also, of course, he adamantly resisted the suggestion that anything into books was inspired by World War Two. And you know, the people who said sour on his Hitler. And that kind of thing he yes, he hated that. Did you did you wrestle with that issue when you were? You know, putting this together. Well, I think the Hitler note, of course, becomes because he was kind of pressured at time to try to get a headline in a way that personality thing but understand as an artist you might actually also this better. He's an artist. You also try to neglect. The fact that you don't have direct. I mean, I never had one on one is perations. The film doesn't try to portray the one to one. He's perations. I mean, the drive ins on the flame thrower us, of course, or this not specific element in the war that is barred him to but you built you shape. You see something that builds into something if if you say Boto in the books is a creature fire shadow where do you see fire and shadow that's explosions. So it doesn't doesn't mean that bottle case an explosion, but defects, you builds shapes who you are. So I approach it in the theme that everything that he kind of touched his doing this film, every vision every sound the sound of the trees when wind hits. Them everything. There is something that shaves his mind. So the film, I know maybe use papers headlines tried to say this is what they spire, but we didn't intend to that. We're not trying to show accurate one. Oh, one is perations. He only named a few barren Lucienne to dance this sort of cool level, which is a Finnish mythology coming from my country from Kalevala. Then is by interim body. There's only a few that he directly mentioned this is one. Oh one. And that I believe is true. I think will one wasn't his more. But I think the motionless experience took away there is very relatable to almost every character. They an innocent character journeys into war, and there's a corruption of his mind, and this destruction he's felt that he seeing that with his fellow soldiers. So that's what you're trying to show. I did want to mention the Finnish national epic the Kalevala has. And I I did want to ask you about that. I mean, I'm I'm fatally aware of the existence of this. But I've never actually read it. How wrong influence d do you think it was on Lord of the rings or the similar land? I think more on this because he got to know the color of all the time when he wrote this letter, which he wrote before the Hobbiton before we. Started writing this before or elements in so call it, basically, it's a much harsher, and they hit the bottom vitamin and is much more Melvin character, you know, much evil character evil, but selfish. So it's not I don't think it's such it isn't a battle of good and evil, but it's tied to nature and other thing that's effected him a lot in from the villa and the language as many of you don't know Phoenix language in kailua. What was the also has a very, much inspired elven language Kenya? His his love of language. Of course, it was one of the defining characteristics of token, and he said a very high bar for all of us other fantasies to try to follow. I tell you, you know, he invented entire languages. I just fake it. On HBO came up when I showed game of thrones HBO, and and you know, they're saying, well, we have to have entire scenes here that are in Dauth rock guy. Can you send us your your Rakai book and syntax and rules, and you know, and token had been asked that he would have responded promptly with gigantic things on his his different Elvis languages or dwarf. Issur Bill language of the men of new minore? I had to say. Invented like, eight words of death rock. You'd better hire guy who can invent the rest of the language and they did. So. What management which actually we also did just short phrases that we actually hired a professor of English section who holds Tolkien's share in Oxford because the language is to Kenya of the quantity is not yet finished. He's on his way that he has an invented they'll is yet. So that's why it's creating language of the ferries. So we have to invent our own language economy. Aquaria nNcholas how is your Finnish nowadays, by the way? Very good. Now that was something that was difficult about the film because it was one of those things what by I'd get sent through the pages. And I'd I'd read what I thought was written on the page, and then not hear a recording. And I'd be like, well, this just doesn't. It doesn't match up that sounds in there that just on less on the page or vice versa. 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Our Martin continues interviewing director dome, karaoke, hausky and actors nNcholas Holt and lily Collins about their latest film toll keen at the Salvator saying, of course, was one of my favorites too. I think that's a a marvelous scene for the the two characters and all that. But I also loved. The scene where he gets up and quotes Chaucer from memory, even though his book has been stolen here. And can you quote Chaucer from Maryland? Harry Gilby who played the younger Tolkien. These here this evening. Unfortunately, don't do trouser. You don't get to bail out actually here because we discussed everything that is in this film. Even though it's young version of you. You have done an experienced. So I think in my mind you should now. Recite chaucer. The young okay. Down that rabbit hole performing mobbing. No rabbits hobbits. You mention your character was the inspiration for Tolkien's woman. Which woman would you say eah win Galadriel Luther Lutheran? That their love story. I think is what resonated strongly with me specifically. But also it was on their tombstones. Each other's ultimate love, you know, you have a a human male and elven Princess and kind of that forlorn love and everlasting love. And I think he he just drew so much inspiration from her, and the fact that they you know, they were each one each other's one and only loves until death and had on their tombstone. I mean that it just was so moving to me and for for generations to come. I think also see echoes Edith in glad real or you win or. Goes to bud lot which is intriguing because there's not that much. She's our own female figure basically in the film, of course, with Mabel Tolkien, the mother. And intriguingly. You look at tokens mythologies Galadriel is one of the most strongest Elvis else if not the strongest of the first born. Even a man can kill the witch king, but women can there are several really strong female cactus. And I think that became because when you read and look at their life and unity that the became a thing. Tolkien looked very much up to Edith, even though we know she was home, and she was taking care of their children, which is new does normal that that time. But yet the same thing see she's spot, and she inspired him very much. We're doing our last question. I'm being shown a clock. Let we're out of time. Ready this one more one, okay? Well, let me say we have a lot of good questions here. Damn what is your favorite book or the book that made the most impact on you? Doesn't have to be token. Hang on. That's why I second guess. And don't say they'll say game of thrones. That's right out. Favorite book? That's quite difficult question to answer. That'd be announced this, okay? My favorite books is great Gatsby because I wait God. Yes. When I got to know my dad, he was living in New York. I was late teen, and we're driving to meet my sister's Rhode Island, and I would basically on the way to New York to Rhode Island read the great Gatsby. So there's this voyage. And you're basically right as tweeted that was a big affect after loitering, which I read before and now as an older age, I would say seal Melian, he's a big effect on my storytelling. I talked about the great cat street. We had a thing here in the US. The great American read that was on a few months ago and oddly enough to two books that I talked about as profound influence on may were ordered rings and the great Gatsby. Both of which among other things have strangely. I think one thing in common, which is an absolutely kick ass ending. I think the ending last page the last sentence of a book is the last thing that you go away with and God, the ending and a great Gatsby with the green light at the end today's he stuck and and so we beat on both against the current beautiful and be ending of Lord of the rings. When when Sam comes home. Yeah. Amazing. So lily your book. Well, you already said not to say yours. So I'm off the hook. Because. I gotta say all the Harry Potters. I oh good. Oh, good. Thank god. Don't get me started. Okay. I will get out. I would bring those books with be into stores and sit in the corner and just like if my mom was doing something market shopping. I'd bring it. I be reading it in the corner somewhere. I should wear would these. Where would these sorting head put you Griffin door? No that all the movies every that's my this is my geek out phase. Sorry. I know we're here for like Lord of the rings and the hobbit, but I'm also Harry Potter. Okay. But Gandalf could kick Dumbledore says. I'm going east of and in this moment, east of it. Yeah. Well, that's a great great book. Why why what I love? I love the volition of the families through the story. There's also a one paragraph that I have written off on my wall about the introduction of Tom at. It's just it just captures that carrot too. So puff the moment where it's like someone. I'd wanna be but also failing at the same time and don't ask me to quite a right now because able to under this pressure, but it's just one of those things where like his writing in that book, I loved how evolved through those families. Now, you should be able to recite it in old English like Chaucer. Are we are we really out of time here? Yes. And to wrap it up. Okay. For most we would love to give you actually the poems from jeffer- Bache myth. Oh, amazing. Unless as a as a that is authentic. And then thank you to introduce Finland. It's a Phil. When new guys talk about feelings. So it's a film about song. Not mine. Okay. I did. I did. I don't know if they use Suomi on the Stephen Colbert show a few months ago, where we were talking about my my book came out in November. But also about token Kobe's, a huge token geek, and he was pressing me for two differences between my books and tokens and dance. Right. Came up was porn. No, there's no porn in Middle Earth. I did I don't even know where they come from. Because we're where two female orcs where do your cats and Steven Steven could not answer that but gone. Have you seen them? No. Door exactly. Anyway, I we're out of time. Just when we hitting or. Thank you so much. And you know, I'm I'm. Go forth and blog about what a wonderful movie, it is and tell all your friends and go see it again. Thank you. Thank you. And that's how the Cubanacan would down special. Thanks again to FOX searchlight for allowing us to podcast this fun QNA. And of course, to the fine folks, contributing to this chat, including novelist moderator, George r r Martin director dome karaoke hausky actors Nicolas Holton lily Collins, as they all discussed their latest film toll keen if you dig this podcast. 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Lily Collins ON: Self Love, Healing Shame, and Becoming The Best Version of Yourself

On Purpose with Jay Shetty

1:07:59 hr | 5 months ago

Lily Collins ON: Self Love, Healing Shame, and Becoming The Best Version of Yourself

"First of all, I just want to say a huge. Thank you to each and every single one of you who've bought my book left a review, shed it with your friends. It's been incredible to see you all think like a monk, and if you don't have it already, please please please go and grab your copy at think like a monk Book Dot Com where. You can get audible kindle and I read through the audible myself. It's over twenty hours could do in my voice a little bit more than it's right there but I can't wait for you to read this book I put so much love and energy into a and I can't wait for you to train your mind for peace and purpose every day check it out. The fact that you're feeling these things. is proof that you're feeling these things and you need to talk about it and you just you cannot compare yourself to other people even though that's like the first reaction you WanNa have because it is all relative and we all we all are going to the same things especially at a time like right now it's like comparison can be the death you just you cannot. You'll fall into a trap that that makes things so much worse I think. Everyone welcome back to on purpose the number one health podcast in the world. Thanks to each and every single one of you that come back every week to listen, learn and grow. Now, this is probably the most special episode that I'M GONNA call this year I'm really really excited about it and it's because the guest is not only a dear friend who's become a close friend during this. Time which just shows the power of energy relationships and connection. But also because she's got some huge announcements at some really exciting things happening in our lives and incredible story to share as you know, today's guest is the one and only lily. Collins, as a Golden Globe nominated actress author and Philanthropist Lily Collins is one of Hollywood's most sought after actresses you probably know her from incredible performances. In inheritance les miserables Blah to the bone, the last tycoon and rules don't apply to name a few. She's also the star of Netflix's emily in Paris which streams worldwide starting October second twenty twenty. So it's outright now if you're listening go and watch it, it's awesome. You're going to love it and extending talents from the screen to paper Lilly added author to list of credit in two. Thousand Seventeen with international bestselling book unfiltered. No shame. No regrets just me which is such a good read and I'm sure you will all love it. So make sure you go and grab a copy lillies philanthropic endeavors extend to participating in various we day events where we actually met and her involvement with National Nonprofit Organization Geo Campaign which she says as an ambassador for the go campaign gala. Excited to welcome Lily Collins. Thank. You for having me. It's truly a bucket list right now. You're the sweetest. I'm genuinely so happy and since you walked through the door your energy just like. Everywhere and I'm just sight. So. Finally. I know. We finally get to connect. It's like we were saying it's so strange when you when you never meet someone, but you can connect so much through intention on purpose like literally your podcast, the reason I found it was because of the title and I was like this is so in a alignment with everything that I feel like I wanna practice more of or that is so in me and things that I'm reaching out and resourcing more, and it's like when you connect, it's like how how had it not happen sooner but it was meant to be now I love it and I want to congratulate you on the launch of the show today and also your incredible engagement. I know it's it. Who knew that this that this week would be as big as it was and I'm over the moon it's so funny. It's like one of those life moments when it's it's out. So cheesy but it's like when you know you know and I have been told that before and I thought I knew what that feeling would be like and I it's that deep sense of knowing that I think I've been experiencing with a lot of different things in my life and in really the most past the most recent year. When you know you're exactly where you're meant to be who you're meant to be who you're meant to be with and it just. It was just that deep sense of knowing that I'm like I knew the second I met him. You know and it was just so excited. I'm really really excited I love hearing that and I love seeing you. Talk about it without like beaming it's beautiful and it's not. It's not cheesy at all because I think anyone who's experienced it knows that it's true and anyone who's looking for that is wanting to be true. That's where where you know trying to create and today I want to talk to you about everything from relationships to the new show through to your incredible book. But Azzi love and anyone who hasn't gone and grabbed copy please do that. But we'll be talking a lot of themes from inside the book in Your Life. Today. But I wanted to start off back where you were born because you also born in the UK. and. You move to La when you were six years old right. So tell us about do you remember anything me and my wife had been playing this game about how much do we remember from before five years old and I live right. What do you remember God? I do remember I remember cooking dinners in the countryside a couple nights I remember specifically I remember ballet class they used to be really into dance. I remember some school plays and like Nativity shows, but I did. Over one of the angels. I love the photos from it. and. I remember French class, which is kind of ironic but but when I moved to. From England to La I was just wanted to fit in right at that age you just want to fit and I remember my first day of school not being able to pronounce consonants the same as everyone else. So any name that had an are and it was like an egg and everyone made fun of me and and I just started to kind of my accent just naturally started to go away. But yeah, you know I do have quite a few. Vivid Memories, and then when I go back because we still have the house there in the countryside I I have these weird feelings and memories that comeback and sometimes I question were they made up or are they real and I will bring them up to my mom or my dad it's like that really happened and it's just so interesting how a place truly can do that for you. Sight smell sounds any of the above, right? It's truly like that sense memory. I love that that's that's so nice though that you have all these amazing memories in back in. England. Yeah I know. When did you go back afternoon? Well, sometimes, it has been when I was a kid that I would go every summer vacation and then obviously when you grow up vacation changes so much Christmas is a New Year's I've gone back but I mean, God knows what everything going on now with travel I don't really know what that looks like do to go back to London quite a bit because of work and that's usually you know. Two or three or four days at Max. But I I it's just it's so a part of me like the English countryside is so part of who I am and I like to I, like to say because I truly believe that I do feel more European than American which was super weird them playing this like very American character in Europe because it's the most American I've ever felt. But I do get to. I hope that I get to go back soon. We just we just don't know. Yeah. No absolutely, and I know I have to bring this up on bringing up we'll be. The kind of similarities that we have. Yeah. You're also a huge Harry Potter Book and movie on My God. Oh my nerd. Smoking this I can't. Nerd what is what is the most nerdy thing you know about Harry Potter? You. For me I would just like loved her Miami and so whenever she'd say like the Gobble Gobble the song. You know or you've really got to get your priorities straight like all the lines where she's just so Sassy that I'm always like referencing and new. It's funny actually. Harry Potter is one of those things that I feel like is that that thing that you'll mention something small and then the other person will go away what and so we were filming a scene in Paris for emily in Paris and it was. Myself Ashley Luca and they believe Comey. We were all at this table suits shooting dinner scene and someone said something Harry Potter, and then all four of we had to stop filming because we were looking at what are what are like different houses would be and we just literally went off on some tangent and it was so funny because there we are in the middle of Paris talking about Harry Potter. It was like one of the funniest like most uniting. Conversations Dad. I love it every time we're GONNA Universal Studios I try and convince my wife that I should buy a one and she's just like, no, no lights on. One one I want and I'm looking at. By. Its toogood you have to have one I love it. I WanNa talk about we started off talking about engagements and one of the things that I loved reading about new books was relationships. Yeah and you open up. So deeply vulnerable in your book, which which I thought was really profound and genuinely so helpful for people and I'm really grateful that we're going to get to share that with my community today. But one of the things you talk about is pasta relationships, toxic relationships, perhaps difficult decisions in relationships. And I wanted you to talk us through how you were still able to find so much music lessons in those how actually you don't see them as just bad decisions, but you were able to learn from them because I think that's something that we all need to do. Yeah I. Don't know. I've always been such an introspective reflective person. I've always tried to see the good even in the bad. I'm always slightly more optimistic than I am pessimistic and for me I was very young when I experienced. The my relationship that was emotionally abusive. And at times I didn't see it as that in the moment, and then at times I did know that certain things weren't right but I was so far in and I didn't know how to get out of it in a sense you know. I felt very small I felt very quieted felt. Belittled. But at the same time, it was kind of what I knew in that relationship and it was something that. Part of me was like, but but he does love me and there are these elements of of kindness moments and it's just I. I would never say that I was weak because I've never been like a week person I. Think there were moments when I didn't know how to voice myself in the strongest loudest way because even in moments when I tried to voice myself I, I was shushed and so I was I was called names I was. I was told not to have an opinion on things I was. Just, very much felt. A lesser version of myself and I can sail that now looking back on it as a stronger person because of that and I, it's it's something that took a lot me and my friends and family definitely played a part in. vocalizing their thoughts and intervening in a sense. But you know it's interesting looking back on it and even at the time, I always look at present situations as ones. To work on in terms of what am I learning from this time like it's going to define how I get through this, just as much as it's going to define me as to what happens in the end and it's about the journey which you talk about all the time and for me, the lessons I learned in how I don't want to be treated what I don't want my partner. How can I become stronger? Also just the idea of not shaming myself for not leaving earlier. Because I think that if we if we only looked back on experiences with the shame, the regret and the fear and all that, then we don't allow ourselves to embrace any learning through what we would have gone through and I think it's it's in anything difficult that we go through if if we just lived in the shame of embarrassment of not. Knowing how to act or I can't believe I didn't know more about this subject. If if we if we let that cloud our judgment, we prevent ourselves from learning more growing through it. So I tried my best to kind of keep an open mind even when it was the hardest because I knew that there would be more positive outcome in the end. Ultimately, I knew this person wasn't the person for me and I just needed to find a way to get through it that felt right and genuine me, and also that I could kind of leave it clean and know that I did everything I could and not blame myself. So I I'm actually grateful for the experiences that I had within myself. I'm not saying that I'm grateful for how I was treated because I wish that there were moments I had never experienced but I am grateful for the moments that I sat within my own head in my own heart and said enough is enough because those moments I felt like i. was defining how I moved forward and I was defining the future that I was setting for myself and now I know that there are certain ways in which a person acts I will never tolerate that no one should tolerate and that's not just in romantic relationships that's in work environments that's in just everyday living with friends and it just it really did teach me so much and I. Just I would encourage anyone that has gone through something like that or is going through something like that to not allow the embarrassment or shame that you may feel prevent you from knowing deep within yourself, what you need to do and to prevent you from. Moving forward and being able to speak about it openly because I think there is a big fear in. 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We'd show you how benefit your business with a free product tour at nets dot com forward slash J schedule your free product towards right now, a nets dot com forward slash Jay that's nets dot com forward slash J. Well. It just you know when when I'm hearing it, and obviously it sounds like you've done so much introspection as you sign and so much self reflection. Tell us about how at that time that affected your self esteem. Because, you talk a lot about that in the book to how does that affect your self esteem and how did you? Rebuild or realign with the courage to make that decision. To move away from that relationship because I feel so many people in you can. Attest to the people that you've shared this with so many people stock. Yeah and so many people feel that that one moment of love or affection from that person because it's so rad. Yeah. It kind of just over amplifies about one hundred hundred stakes. Yeah I. Mean it was it was kind of that like carrot that would be dangled and and I will be waiting for a moment of light that the second I saw I took it almost as all the lights on instead of like. One Bulb it's like that moment to me was Oh. Okay. It's still there and it's going to cause me to just forget everything else and I think I put so much of my self worth and my self esteem in that person and in that person's attention to me. I found that I was losing touch with a lot of my friends. I mean it also was that he discouraged a lot of those relationships and even the relationship that I had with certain family it's like it was very much. Him and that was it. And so I did feel that. So much of myself listen wrapped up in that that what did that mean if i? No longer had that like, who was I how would I make decisions? Would I find someone else and what was that going to look like for me and that's scary. especially as someone when you're young and you're kind of just figuring out who you are you're just figuring out what you want in a partner or who you are as a person I. Don't think you can be the best version of a partner whether that's A. Real. Friendship Work Anything until you know more of who you are and when you're young, you're figuring that out and when there's someone that then takes advantage of that, you know that journey in that self discovery in a way to kind of make it work for them like got sucked into that and it was really difficult I remember. I Like I've never ever had bad skin and all of a sudden I was I was breaking out. I had never had panic attacks. I was having panic attacks. There was a night I remember where There, we had gotten into a disagreement on the phone and I was on the floor crying like hardly able to breathe like I'd never had those experiences before my body was was showing me signs I. It was giving up in a lot of ways. And I just I listened to it and then I would kind of forget you know and at the end of the day there was just kind of a light bulb moment when certain people intervened and had a conversation with me that I realized. Wow that quote of when someone shows you who they are believed them I had been trying to justify yet but but like, but he's saying this and it's like right but the follow through is never the same or yeah. You got those texts of those emails but look at what you're feeling like and that's not right. That's not real. And so I finally was able to put that into practice and kind of Rise above what I thought. I was capable of and it was hard. It was definitely not easy. I mean there are moments when I thought I going to have to start from zero I don't really know where to go because I've alienated some friends will they start talking to me again? You know now I'm embarrassed because I have basically said everything's fine for so long but nothing it wasn't fine you know and now I'm having to kind of. Rebuild relationships and I so fortunate that the people that I had stopped really talking to. Embrace, me right back they saw what I was going through and they knew ultimately that I would find that within myself to kind of move through it but I'm forever grateful to this date them because now we can look back on and say go remember when that happened and like by no means make light of it but to show the growth through what I had gone through and they just based off by me and I was so I'm so grateful for that and then I have to say another version of healing was then writing about it because. I never I never really spoke about it to people that didn't know where I was going through because it didn't feel appropriate and it didn't feel like I needed to. But when I was writing the book I thought. This is something that truly shaped. So much of my Deng adult life in terms of then trying to find a partner and how I felt about myself and my self esteem. That I wanted to share it because it felt like another way to connect to people that had gone through that or we're going through that at a young age because you don't see out of it when you're that young and also when you have parents or people that are older than you telling you, it's not good for you. You're kind of less apt to believe they're right because you're like. 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Yeah, and that's why I want to thank you for sharing your story because I feel. So many people are going to held by this like listening to you speak I'm hoping that everyone is listening and watching right now is is reflecting on their own relationships cost or present. Yeah and just getting a chance to just. The way you share it is so graceful in the sense that it really helps people just be guided through it in their own life and just like okay is that what I'm experiencing is that what I'm seeing, tell us about how what you experienced in toxic relationships is different from what you've been able to create today, which is a real relationship, which means it doesn't. It doesn't have challenges and it's not that it doesn't have. Things that you have to work out and figure out, tell me what's different and how people can try the right things because I think often we either see things as toxic. Yeah or like the movies. Yeah. It's like what what you have and I know why my wife today's very real. Yeah, and it's neither of those right. Now you know it's interesting because we're always gonNA have ups and downs in whatever relationship you're in again work friendships or romantic and for me. The ups and downs of mytalk sick relationship were my body was reacting I was physically ill and I I had such anxiety and. There were there was nothing about me that felt big like I. Truly felt like the smallest version of myself and I didn't even realize how small until when I got out of it, I've found that so many things in my life started to just grow so much bigger like my light came back my energy came back. Every the different facets in my life started to grow again and I think that. There's just no doubt in my mind when I'm with my fiance and there are ups and downs, it's like we got this together. There's no competition. There is no. There's just no negatively at all. It's very much. Okay. How are we going to get through this? What's going on? Let's have a conversation. There's no shing like I was just so much in in my toxic relationship where it was like a physical sh- or like hand on mouth and I'm just like what it's when you're asked to be quieted and quiet who you are. It takes away your identity like and I think I went through a bit of a thing in my early twenties was like, okay. Then what is my identity like if I've been told to be quiet so much I is being loud a bad thing and what does that mean to be the biggest version of yourself and to be with someone now who? is so encouraging of me being bigger. Like. No be the biggest version of yourself. You can be all these things and you know what? We can have disagreements and have a conversation you know and it's like if you disagree about something and you have a conversation and yet you still feel heard that's the biggest thing it's like. When you're talking and you can see someone's like physically listening but they're not hearing you you know it you know what I mean all the difference and you're like, yeah. But you're not hearing inside you're not understanding what I'm saying and the intention and the deepest place at it's coming from and I'll say that when I was going through toxic experience I truly I was like yet he's saying. That he loves me and he's telling me no one's ever GonNa love you the same that I love you and no one's going to do this for you and you know like all the all these things that you weirdly like want to hear you wanna hear someone saying like. I love you much. No one's GONNA. Love it the same way, and I can do this for you and your biggest champion and Bala but it's like it's being used against you. It's a school it's a red flag. It's a tool to draw you in and kind of using things. And imprison you and feel really. Trapped, and when you feel trapped by someone that is supposedly your biggest champion. That's a problem you know and I think to be to be told to be quiet. is a really. Scary thing because you know what you want to say and why you want to say it. But when someone that you love tells you to be quiet you listen I. I listened you know and it and it has created this. Post traumatic. Stress. In me at times within any relationship since that day and I still have moments where I deal with it and. I have to check myself. I. Just have to remember in those moments that I'm having like okay. Why is my heart sharing to race why I feeling anxious? What is this reminding me of what do I need to think through myself? What is it? I'm projecting like I have found so many times that if a situation arises that makes me feel anxious. I know that I'm projecting what that person would have said to me in this specific moment what he would have done what he would have said what he would have like. Commented on how he would have shush me and so I need to remember the that's gone. That's done but I'm still dealing with moments like that and you know thank God for podcast and reading in therapy and all those things I think it's really important to stop in those moments and internalizing and think to myself. This has nothing to do with right now nothing there's nothing in this situation that's the same. There's no response to the same from the other person. There's this conversation has even happened before, but I'm I'm still dealing with how that person treated me and and it takes a while. And it's something though that I will say in those moments when you catch yourself sometimes they're embarrassing because you realize that you're falling back into what that person was doing to you. But but it ultimately is a huge lesson and it's I'm so grateful to be with someone who nurtured me through those and doesn't judge me for them and says I'm here I want to help you. Let's talk this through. You're going to be fine and I love you and that is like guys it's out there because I was like is it ever going to be out there? There is that hope. And I'm so happy that you had the courage to stand up for yourself and your voice and because others. Have this beaming light wonderful individual that gets to shine in the truth is that everyone is that everyone has yeah. But unity and potential inside of them to be the biggest version of themselves as you were saying. But it's so easy to just be made small and like you said, it's not just romantic relationships and can be parenting can be work can be family. Yeah. So thank you for living that and for sharing that and for being so open about it because I think that I know that a lot of our community is going to be listening to. This today and just thinking while Lily. Thank you for being. So brave because that's where I am right now you know and I think it's also important because I was inspired by a lot of my book really came from me reading people stories on social media, young girls, and boys around the world would message me with insecurities and things that they? Had gone through that they wanted to relate to me on but they assumed because I was in the position that I'm in. You know in this industry that I would have no way to relate to them whereas in fact, I would read their stories, see their photo next to it. So it's not anonymous it's super brave and all I wanted to. Do, was reach out and go you have no idea if no idea how much I can relate to you and it was their bravery that inspired me to truly want to share my story and I think it's so important to just say you know just because I'm in the industry that I'm in and I'm in the position that I'm in and I. AM The way that I am like doesn't mean that I'm immune to any of these things. It's like we all go through these and I just wanted to share that in order to try to squash those myths that some people are infallible. no-one's infallible no-one. no-one one, I mean I am so glad that you making that point because there's also the decide I. Think there's one side of light Oh that person has it all figured out where it's perfect and then the other side is almost like Well. Listen has so much material stuff that this stuff doesn't affect them. Yeah. So it's kind of like a bit of both like losing. Oh, well, that person has so much money. So they're not upset by these comments or they're not upset by these thing. Yeah. This president so much fame or whatever it may, and the truth is none of that's true. No. Matter how much money you have followers you have or we're all humans and we all experience emotions and we all be made to feel small or tiny or insignificant man one in our lives. Yeah. Exactly and it doesn't. It's not affected that way. So anyone who hasn't already who would love to learn more about Lily's journey and everything inside of it whether it's Really, talks about mental health. Eating disorders that she's gone through and I really feel that if you're someone right now who's working to a lot of your self confidence self esteem than. The book's going to be a great. Most And friend for you to guide you through that you know and it's it's really in a friendly and and I think we can all use good friend sometimes in that way to guide you through. So I read this that you said this and it's just it was really new from never had anyone say that before so you said that you referred to acting as a form of meditation. To sit in stillness if only for a moment and that was so beautiful to me because I can totally understand how acting as a meditation but he say that and your Jenny tell us a bit about how your writing journey started. And your intention was and what your purpose was when you first got involved, and then how evolved to being that it's super interesting because I, know you're all about meditation and that's how we met. An I it's funny because I wasn't fully verse meditation for a Long Time. I've obviously heard about it. I've read about it and I didn't know what it meant for me. I'm someone who has ten million things on my head. My friends say must be exhausting being me sometimes that I didn't know how to quiet myself. In order to kind of think, reflect and be introspective and all that. So it is an interesting thing to say that then taking on a new character helps do that but. I truly believe as a storyteller, you get to take people on a journey with you to another place. As a kid, my dad used to read stories to before bed and he would make all these different funny accents and voices and he he'd act out the stories and I remember Falling Asleep to these different worlds in my head that had stemmed from a book and I just I remember thinking I want to take people on that journey with me I want to be one of the facilitators in that escapism and I love dressing up I. Love I. Love telling stories I loved being different people in order to find me. I find that it's very therapeutic to. Research, a character to find our similarities and also our differences and see how much about myself I can learn through not only the character, but also the experience of filming it. Because sometimes. For me at least the process of filming a show or movie is almost more important than how many people see it at the end because I know that this character is going to teach me a lot about myself and it's going to really push me whether it's physically pushed me. With the physicality, give the role or the emotional side of the role, and so for me, I really feel like when I have certain moments and they're not all the time there are these rare moments that I cherish where at the end of a take. I think back thirty seconds before and go I, don't even know what I just did i. just happened I could never repeat that that moment was this magical moment of deep stillness within me where I was completely completely present nothing else mattered the texts that I was sending before didn't flash before my eyes tonight's show whatever is not in my brain you know. Nobody was onset around me even though there's a crew of fifty, you know you truly I have disappeared into that moment and something came out in me that came from this place of knowing and stillness and to me I look for that meditation I look for these. Little gifts of magic that come from moments of being. So present and I'm someone who as a kid I was like the ultimate warrior like I would worry that people weren't having fun I would worry that I wasn't doing enough or being being proactive enough, and so I was so focused on either the past the future am I doing enough did I do enough not am I doing enough now in the moment and so anything that I can do to feel more present. I welcome and when you're acting. You have to be in that moment. It's like what you do as well though when you're talking to someone when you're interviewing when you're a human being who's having a conversation if you're focused on. What you just talked about or a question, you WanNa talk about in five minutes, you could miss an entirely magical moment of while they're leading me down a path that I'm not even following I'm jumping straight to the end you know and it's it's it's the same enacting, and there are so many moments as an actor that you can pre plan you can know. What you want to do. But then if someone throws you a curve ball they either forget a line, they say a line differently, they add something or they're just two completely different energy. It won't make any sense if you don't read what they're doing in the moment and so for me, that's very much meditation. It's being present within yourself and and I find that. Acting. And Mike the Craft of acting allows me to be more present and it's weird because sometimes I'm not even present as Lilly presidents is the character you know. But at the same time, it's obviously me so I do find it a deep form of meditation. In that way I love the that's beautifully describing and it makes sense right and it's almost like all of us when you discover your purpose maybe ultimately your purposes something that makes you feel president. Maybe that's what it is. It's something that really makes you happy which is being in the moment. Yeah. Tell us about a role that you think taught you the most about yourself fly no offscreen, oh my God I honestly one of those kind of. Meant to be Meta moments was when I was writing my book at the same time and I had just written my chapter worry discuss my experiences with eating disorders and the week. Later I got the script for this movie to the bone where I play a character who suffering with eating disorders and it was a real like hall moment for me. I had goosebumps when I? When I read the script 'cause I went, Oh, my God I just decided to open up to myself about this and now to the world in this book, and now I'm having this opportunity to explore playing a character it would actually be physically me opening up onscreen as this character. and to me, I knew that the journey of making that film with Mardi knocks in the director writer who also experienced eating disorders and it's partly by wire biographical of her life. That I would be nurtured through it in a whole new way and that it would be a healing process for me even though I was past that phase of my life I knew I had so much insight to give a as an actor to the character and an insight from experiences I adjust read my journals and then I knew that the story that that my character was going through the shooting of that would inform my book and I thought Oh my God. This is this is like a meeting of the mind. This is when your craft. Your art and life are completely mirroring one another and I would it would be foolish not to jump on this. A lot of people of course were concerned that that that would be a risk for me. To revisit it totally and I and I and I understood I respected I. Really understood they're concerned but I had again that deep sense of knowing that I channeled and tapped into an point I was so centered within myself talking about my experiences and so. Like at had admitted it to myself that everyone onset new. I wasn't hiding anything about my experiences and therefore not only was I keeping myself accountable. But I had all these people knew all these people to keeping me accountable and I was nurtured through and it was a real sense of healing in a way that I never had before. Because my my story is dissimilar to my characters in a Lotta ways and seeking professional opinion for a character really helped me let go of things I thought I'd already let go of you know like talking to professors at universities about certain bullet points of characteristics of. Of People that have gone through very specific eating disorders I could go back and look at myself and read things I wrote when I was sixteen seventeen years old ago. Oh, I thought that was unique about me Oh right okay. I understand now but a lot of people feel the same way and I use it as an excuse to continue suffering. Whereas I, it wasn't an excuse. It was something that was actually if I had only opened up about it sooner, I would have realized they were people to talk to you know. So it was really interesting to learn growth through that, and then at the end of it, show the movie and and at the same time, then say to to the world. I also went through this and that was I just let go of so much at that moment I started as a blank slate. I could. No I no longer felt that when I was taking on a role that I was carrying baggage of my own, I could drop that at the door and only take on the baggage of my character which by the way it was like super heavy before I could hardly walk. and. Then all of a sudden I was like Oh. Wow like no one's judging me. That was just all me judging me you know. There's so much bravery in the. Way. I always feel like when you step out of. When you move away from a state that you were in. Yeah, and then you help others connect with that and help others move out of that that central heating process as wondering if you feel, do you feel that? and. Obviously, you're so young yourself. But I mean, do you feel that younger actresses and talent do do you feel like they sometimes come to you and ask you for insights and advice or share? Do you feel that it's so hard for people to share with people in the same space because I just feel like what you're showing could be so helpful I hear about so many youngest. Numb stars struggle with eating disorders mental health I always feel like. Well, if there's almost just to community of everyone who talked about just all because everyone's dealing with and it's not in the same way or it's not the same feeling but the dealing with similar challenges, it similarly outages in life you know it was interesting. I hadn't I speak about it in in the book but there was this young woman who I was speaking to one day and she was talking about a specific actress who she really wanted to be like but had read an interview where they stated you know I never work out I eat what I want to eat all this up and and she said, you know I just will never look like that and I know they don't need to do anything and I feel like I'm just like born differently and I went okay you read an interview where I can tell you firsthand that was a lie. I know that that's not true. It's it's an image that they're putting out there. Out of not feeling comfortable, they're not GONNA they're not at the point yet to share what they've experienced but I can tell you that's not true of everyone that's that is. A facade and you are not differently borne. From a different planet because she said, you know I just feel like actresses in general are like from another planet like I'm never going to look like and I'm like Whoa like that trajectory so scary and so far from the truth and when I then wrote about my experiences and I put it out there. I did actually have quite a few emails from people within the industry saying you know and again, it was very much i. think they knew that I would keep it private. And just said I just wanted to share with you. Thank you so much for for for writing this. Also. Thank you for making something to the bone because that was me. And I don't feel like we talk about it enough and I'm not at the place yet to talk about it. I hope I will one day. But like thank you for saying that this is something that's that's a that's real and be that it's not shameful because I'm still feeling that shame and I know that one day I won't. But like maybe I can talk to you and I was like, of course you can I'm I'm seriously like an open book and I welcome any of that I was a teen therapist when I was in high school. So I'm like I'm all about that I. Love that you know, but it's true I feel like there's We all have different experiences within. Mental Health. But we all feel the same feelings they just may come from different situations and experiences no one or the other is better worse more important less important. It's all relative and the important thing is just that the core emotions and where they come from can be related to and it doesn't matter who you are what you do, what industry you're in. And I just I feel like it's important for more young people within the public I have a platform to at least just not actively put out a false image because that just continues that domino effect. Yeah No, and I think the strongest. Like it's all relative i. feel like so many people who are struggling then they compared there. They compared their challenge of the issue into someone else's yeah and then you feel like should feel better because mine's not as bad as as exactly. I they shouldn't be allowed to share their pain because minds much worse. Yeah and I think that comparison no comparison can be the worst and I still find myself sometimes comparing myself even though I talk about not doing that it's a human quality. It's like it's natural to all of a sudden jumped to. overlay shouldn't because it's not as bad for you know who am I to say this or you have to remind yourself the fact that you're feeling these things? is proof that you're feeling these things and you need to talk about it and you just you cannot compare yourself to other people even though that's like the first reaction you WanNa have because it is all relative and we are we all are going to the same things especially at a time like right now it's like comparison can be death that you just you cannot. You'll fall into a trap that that makes things so much worse I think. So I wanted to talk about emily in Paris In Robbie ever since you saw the trailer, it'd be like waiting for today to watch it because I saw the trailer and I was just like us. Thanks so much fun and I think all of us been seeking. Non just travel but like fund experiences right now because I think a lot of experiences have been limited. And I want you to tell us what drew you towards this role, of Emily. God you know I this was in no way something that came to me and said, this is yours. This was a fight. This was. I had to really go after it and I knew that I loved it the second I read it. You Know Darren Star. Project featuring this young woman who was bright bold a little bit obvious and just optimistic I'm like, okay. Definitely want that in my life and this idea that she was in Paris I mean, it was an American in Paris to cultures that are very close to me. European American I grew up going to Switzerland a lot and de France a lot with my dad, my little brothers and so for me right away this character drew me in she had all these attributes that I think. Sometimes, get a negative rap like loving to work and admitting the. Really passionate about one's work a romantic optimistic. Said bold bright a little bit obvious and has this can-do attitude. I think there is that fine line between that being a little annoying. And endearing and genuine, and I think that emily is just so unapologetically herself and that to me was the kind of character I wanNA play I, Love Rom coms, and love them so much so. What's not to love especially right now you know just laughing and smiling is like I crave that. But to play a character with in that kind of Rom Com world that is just so on apologetically herself and has a depth and has that ability to ask for help you know like it goes back to everything we were saying that asking for help is not a weakness. It's a strength. It's like knowing when you need a team and know who who has different skill sets than you and also knowing when you're good at something and being like, no, I'm good at that and not being ashamed to say I'm good at that and this is my job and I'm here for a reason it's it's that boldness of voice that I loved about her. And the brightness about her because I thought. Wow I think playing emily is going to help me a lot. It's going to make me be super resourceful. It's GonNa make maybe slightly even more optimistic than I already am and it's you know she has to pivot so much within her experience she's judged a lot. She is throwing curve balls and and I let me little did I know that we would then be having it come out during a time where? Everyone in the world has had to pivot daily like how do you say creative when all your distractions are taken away self identity who am I things stripped away a metaphorical mirrors placed in front of you all the time you're judging yourself. You're having to think about all the things that you don't necessarily love about the way you handle things and how can I do things better and that's what emily was going through and she almost like gave me these tools. A year before I knew that I was going to them, which I'm so grateful for it. It's just fun and I'm. I think I'm just so honored to be a part of something right now that can make someone laugh or smile like at the end of the day that is the gift of why I want to do what I do. Yeah and I and I definitely am excited to to feel that way. The tiny trailer anyway like this such a beautiful energy about it but you've also said it's like it's a story of self. Love totally tell us a bit about that elaborate on that of like how what you just shared with us is actually a journey of self love with his character. So Emily is in the city of love, right? So everyone I've been. Asked the question of you know. So it's so much about romance and emily finds all these different people and she goes in has these experiences and I go well, you could look at it that way. But the way that I see is you learn so much about yourself and what you like what you don't like through your experiences with other people so for me. I take from it that she is going on the experience and this journey of loving who she is and being unapologetic about who she is that she's strong enough to say, no, thank you. That's not the one for me or Oh, I, like that quality, but he's not willing to give as much as I am or that was wrong goodbye and so I think it takes a real strong sense of self and love to be able to have those experiences see them for what they are and move on and emily, and you know it's not a spoiler. It's from the trailer she and her boyfriend break up right when she goes to Paris because he is not willing to meet. Her halfway and she finds that it's actually relationship that she was way more into giving than he was, and she realizes that the upcoming journey for her she has no idea what it's going to be like but she knows that experience is far more necessary within her life than someone who's not willing to treat her the way that she deserves to be treated and that to me set the tone of okay. This is an adventure and story about self love. This is a girl going to a foreign city with a job that she wasn't expecting and she's going to have to thrive and she's not going to give up and you have to find ways to love yourself while being judged. Every day if she took all of that and and took it to heart in a way that made her upset and deterred her from continuing on home, she doesn't she stays and you know she meets all these people along the way and I think that she starts to embrace herself more through the work that she does there I've realized that sounds like how I felt when I first moved to New York L. My. Four years ago I can relate some of that like I feel like me and my wife had just got married six months. Later we moved to New York aspect the job that I had no plans for and it was yeah, it was was i. it's almost like I can relate seventy bucks we already which is exciting but tell me tell everyone you and your fiance. Yes okay. Actually came out. So many times during filming, which makes this even more special because almost all the scenes that I reference in terms of like my favorite scenes or just my favorite memories I'm like, oh he was right behind the camera or Inbetween Shakespeare the Paris opera. House we had that all night to shoot in and he was there, and so there we are like running down the hallway. You know he kissed me in that Hallway and I'm looking at the mural and we're taking photos, and I'm like wait this is that was real life you know. So it's very much a city that I associate with him and I, and just how wonderful to be able to have a work experience and a job means so much because of a personal experience and be able to share that with him and I think it only aided me working you know to be surrounded by that love of course. Then my character is gonNa feel about love within herself and it really helped hold me up because it was the hardest I've ever worked. Being in every scene of that show talking twenty, four seven and my character talks a lot and she has like long monologues where she goes at it and so to have that support system was was so necessary I love them? You were there for four months use it was filming tell us about what I mean. That was obviously all pre covered and it was last year. Yeah. Tell us about what that experience was like being in a different city for four online God. It was so fun. I've been to Paris many times before, but usually only for a few days whether it's for a job or press or something like that. So to be a local of sorts. With an apartment and you know I missed so much the beauty of wandering and getting lost. Everything now is so intention based whether it's going here for this amount of time I can't wander. I'm going to pick this up I'm going to go back home I'm going to be safe and I I'm so on board with that of course, but I miss the ability of losing track of time because you're just. Experiencing life being spontaneous like I missed that in Paris is such a beautiful city do that you're wandering down like cobblestone. And you're like, I would have gotten coffee here I'm going to go into this bookshop. Oh, my has been six hours and you're just wandering and and the city is is so aesthetically, Gordon has such a rich history that you can't help but fall in love with the city. Every single time you go that being said, I had many experiences that were very similar to emily in that I lost hot water in my apartment for two weeks no heating was starting to get cold directors playing tricks literally said that I was like guys I already have enough empathy for. I don't need to feel more and so I ended up like showering at the studio or like you know it was just it was pretty funny but. Perez is a character. It's a character in and of itself and I feel like that translates aesthetically into the into the show. But also when you go there, you just know. You know that you never know what you're going to get and I, kind of love that yeah. Well, everyone is listening what you wear. Now you have to go and watch the show. It's out right now and we all need to laugh right now like we genuinely do you need to love when you smile we need to feel like we're having new experiences and I just I'm I'm genuinely excited to see it because I feel like me and my wife would be like crying out for new. Wrong. Wrong. Comes that you wish they still made from the nineties two thousands I'm so glad you just. Like why is no one financing these movies anymore because we need them now literally. So we get ten episodes of that I. Love Opie for Season Two. I love it. We're hoping. To Watch it, and you know we end every on purpose interview with final five, which of the final five rapid fire around the foss five. Every question one word or one sentence. Always so hard. Yes. Okay. So your first one is Whoever such a nice choice in selection. Of I'M GONNA go. Let's start with. How would you define your purpose right now? My purpose now. Stay. Present? That's because there's so many things right now that could take me off the ground into another place and just lose myself and what's most important right now is Is being present and not allowing any of the outside talk to take me away from what's most important I'm I'm so excited about. Everything that's going on professionally, but I also just got engaged and that to me is like. The most exciting craziest thing and to me I'm like that's my. That's my focus like that's a huge part of my life that I just. Always wanted. But didn't know when it would happen and that to me is like stay present day President's Day present I love that. I remember back to. When me and my wife getting married yeah and Indian weddings lost like seven days. And it was just I look back on like I'm really glad it lasted for seven days because he went so far I can't imagine. Yeah and it was without a special time ever. And it's really funny because in the up to the wedding especially having lived as a monk like weddings went really like top of mind for me she even when I'm getting married about to get married I was like, yeah, it's wedding but we're GONNA spend the rest of our lives together and we love each other and when I was actually getting married as like. You know it was just an unwanted to be present with him. Like just recognizing how special it was. Yeah, and is but yeah, no, I love the I think you'll giving yourself the best advice. All right question number two what set to say non-negotiable in life for you like what is something that you don't negotiate with on a daily basis I? Don't. I don't WanNa feel small. Don't. Don't try to quiet my voice because I've a billionaire or done that it's taken so long for me to Build it up and to make it loud and to own it that I I. Just non-negotiables is making me feel quieted perfect I. Love the. Question. With three. What's the biggest lesson you've learned in the last twelve months? It's okay to show someone that you're not perfect and it doesn't mean that they're going to leave. You know it's like. You've got to be all versions of yourself Because at the end of the day that's life and the right person will love all those sides and in quarantine you definitely experience all sides and You can't be perfect all the time. I love the question before what something that you've been set and of in life that you think other people might disagreed with you on what's something that you're sure about that. People may debate would. Agree off Oh. That's really good. I. Okay I'M GONNA. I've got an answer, but it's actually okay all other than. When I was sixteen, I was pitching talk show ideas of. Being a sixteen year old vocalizing myself on current topics. Emotional topics and bridging the gap between my generation. My Mom's I was turned down every single place that I went I was told that no one wanted that perspective and why would anyone want to watch a kid talk about those types of things? Cut to now where the youth has an incredibly huge voice means everything in terms of the future and I just knew it was something that I felt so strongly about that. I continue to vocalise now in encouraging whether it's voting or vocalizing oneself in mental health issues or current topics in general. Young people need to feel like their voices heard and I was like I. I really was told no so many times but I just knew so deeply that it was something that needed to be done and be said, love grade and fifth and final. If you could create one law that everyone in the world had to follow. What would it be? One Law of boy. There's should bed you like you listen I. Know One law that everyone should follow is. To don't why They're going to get it's to catch up the edge I. Don't why it's not worth it. I love it. Thank you so much. Everyone who's been listening watching today Lilley, has shared. So many amazing insights with us. Make sure that you share them on instagram tag both ways because I love seeing what connected with you. I love seeing what actually stayed with you because I really think there's so many parts of this episode that are going to have a huge impact on your Jenny, your life and your relationships, and of course please go and grab a copy of Lee's book unfiltered no shame no regrets just me and we'll put the link in the caption and also check out emily in Paris Let's watch tweet comment instagram all at the same. So that, we can experience together. Thank you wherever you're watching today. Big thing. And thank you so much wrong. You see again next week. Why hello it's your old pal Sarah Silverman and I have a podcast called the Sarah Silverman podcast. Could have been more created with the title, but you never go who did you see last week tonight now you say did you catch? 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Lily Collins (Emily in Paris), Zachary Quinto (Boys in the Band)

The Big Ticket with Marc Malkin

1:01:10 hr | 5 months ago

Lily Collins (Emily in Paris), Zachary Quinto (Boys in the Band)

"Hi everybody. This is the variety in Iheart podcast. The big ticket I'm Marc Malkin we're starting today's show with Lily Collins Golden, Globe nominee stars in the Netflix series emily in Paris created by Darren Star the same man who brought a sex in the city and younger, and later in the show, a very candid interview with Zachary. Quinto one of the stars of the new adaptation of the Classic Gay Drama. Boys in the band control explains why he thinks the place still resonates today and why he was inspired to come out as gay several years ago up, I'll have collins coming up after this short break. Here's something good is a new show from the Seneca Women podcast network and iheartradio. It's a great way to start your day on the positive side of life. We were introduced to lift fund by our Partner Bank of America was working closely with them to make sure that lift fund continues to help businesses access capital during this critical time. As I reflect on why lift fun got started in the importance of an organization like refund is because we literally empower people through financial education and act as the capital. Our Partner Bank of America just committed one billion dollars over four years help communities advanced racial equality and economic opportunity there providing help or it's needed most healthcare housing jobs and support for small businesses. Thanks to Bank of America for their efforts and for supporting. Here's something good. I'm Kim as early listen to hear something good on the iheartradio APP apple podcasts or wherever you listen to your favorite shows. Welcome back to the big ticket. I'm talking to Lily Collins the thirty one year old actor stars in the new Netflix series emily in Paris as a young marketing exempt from Chicago whose unexpectedly transferred to Paris. Filming the show on location in the city of Lights Collins was also criss crossing continents to prep in Los. Angeles Bank David fincher coming drama about the making of Citizen Kane, I spoke to collins from her home in. Los Angeles. There you are. I. How are you good value look. Fabulous. Thank I'm wearing pants on the bottom so I'm lily wearing shorts. This is the world that we're living in. Now it really is so bizarre it's of great but at the same time, it's just like it's is are. Know this morning I was like I'm GonNa pay it on. A little chilly in the apartment I might why why? I know. So like literally throwing on Lipstick, it's. Bizarre like I had I had those like fitting where I'm doing something after this night I had sent close you know and then I like put on a pair of heels and I'm like. I haven't worn a pair of heels and maybe like five months. It's a how how are you coping in? Quarantine? Howard you survives. It's been like It's it has its ups and downs. It's been an emotional rollercoaster. pivoting and finding ways to stay creative and stay sane and and be grateful and be thankful and get out of the city in ways try to breathe. But It's been the best period for deep self-reflection you know and I'm someone who doesn't shy away from that. So it's been kind of a great excuse to use that time to against better yourself in a sense you know and really kind of like look inward and it's been. It's been pretty eye opening in regard of. Priorities shifts about something that was done before the pandemic struck. Yes are still God I feel it Nicole, Kidman, and move on rush. Emily Emily. Cooper. Razi that it would come out now at a time when we're not able to go somewhere like Paris, right? It's like as an American in Paris. That's an absurd idea and it's something that seems like a dream come true and it was for emily and I look back and go. Have, we shoot that scene. You can't be kissing. You can't touching. There's like a crowd of people over there. Where's your six foot radius you know and it's like this wish fulfillment like. That's what I wanna be doing right now, and it's crazy that we get to finally have it shared with the world at a time when I feel like the lightness of the show brings and the wish fulfillment and the travel, it's exactly what we need to see right now I think and like you said it's light. There's obviously serious stuff in it but yeah. Here. It's aspirational. I mean who doesn't want to get a job offer in Paris and just. Now. I know exactly and that's something that I loved out when I read the pilot and the pilot consisted of the first two episodes together And kind of talking Darren knowing what I I have my meeting with Darren, it was truly I was just an actress going into have a meeting with Darren? It was there was no like this is yours by any means it was like me going into fight for the opportunity to even go taper audition and I read it and I thought wow. The way in which this is GonNa go. Throughout the season and you can see it in the first episode is that. Emily doesn't have to change who she is in order to be ultimately embraced and understood she. She's obvious she's allowed in her fashion and in her like her facial expressions in every she's very obvious in a lot of ways and she's very much set in who she is, but she's also so willing to embrace change and new ideas, New People and. Learn about herself and also intern teach other people and so we didn't. We didn't have this transformation where she goes into a dressing room like emily from American comes out this like, oh, all of a sudden she's Parisian Emily and people are like oh now we understand you. I love that because it wasn't this like stereotypical experience of a of a girl who has to change who she is to be embraced, and she can still be that Kooky, obvious like girl and that's what makes her so special good at her job, but she's also not afraid to kind of go. Oh, I hadn't thought of things that way. and. Maybe I am going to start to pick that up or pick that up there and it's it's great because that's kind of like the modern women you know you don't have to change who you are, but you're also willing to kind of embrace where you are and kind of create a new version of yourself when you grow and learn and go to a different country. Let's talk about that. So Emily is this young woman lives in Chicago she gets this. Job Offer to do marketing social media for a big fashion PR firm in Paris. What from Chicago. Down and harass doesn't know anyone doesn't language yeah. How do you relate to that? When when when of you found yourself like where high? Water. Well as a kid I was born in England and I moved here right before it turns six although a child experience is very different than an adult already I did feel very much like a fish out of water like when I first walked into school that first day having a uniform, not speaking the same having an act speaking English but sounding British and at that age you know like young kids are. Very blunt with like you don't sound like me. You don't look like and you're just like I just WANNA fit in and I just WanNa like be embraced and what, what do I do and so I felt very much a version of that kind of fish out of water feel and I think also there's elements of me that. or at least within what I do like my job is every time you enter a new set. If like. It's a new world I'm I don't always know people on the that I don't know the crew your first day at work. Especially, if you're entering a crew or a set that's already started before you got there not there on the first day and everyone has relationships already and everyone gets what's going on in you're like, Oh, my God what am I doing where you know you just have to kind of keep like head on your shoulders and not everything's GonNa be fine I'm here for a reason but like I got him adapt you the pivot, right so I feel like there's that element to it and. And the thing that I love though is that as I like to see like we were talking before about kind of the silver lining the brighter side of things and kind of I, I like to see the positive in a situation not to an annoying degree because that on paper can be like, okay like and I think that that's we've all been in that situation in the last six months of. Okay what do I do like where how do I stay creative how do I feel productive? Feel like myself. What do I do when I'm laced in front of this metaphorical mirror? I have to like actually deal with the voices in my head and I have to think about the things that like. I like about myself, the things that I want to work on and like. What does that look like and who am I all these conversations that I think you go through as a kid you go through as a teenager you go through the in your twenties you go through his adult you keep going through. So I feel like it's this kind of sense of identity and finding yourself that we can all kind of relate to no matter. If you're a man can whatever generation you are no matter where you live in the world like that's something that I feel like the show on dives into. So it's Darren Star. Don't know Darren's Tyrez. Sex in the city younger. Is this sex in the city for new? Generation. I. Think we were very sensitive to the idea that obviously you know Darin created second-city Darren created this show. So there's the automatic comparisons. There's Patricia. Field to costumes another genius at what she does and another great you know tie in between everything, but we really wanted to make sure that. Emily was not. A New Kerry. We wanted emily to be emily and stand alone, but I also feel like an endearing agrees. Only grew up watching sex city. I. Think She loved Carrie Bradshaw I think she loved Audrey Hepburn I think she read all the pages of Glamour and Vogue in L. and all these magazines and she had posters on her wall and she had you know wish-lists if she ever went to certain countries like where she traveled, she even had outfits of what would carry where what would I wear and so she's she's been heavily inspired by the characters that she loves and there are a few Easter eggs here or there that I think Patricia through in as the sex in the city and and I just think that. I know I, and my personal life. I've had moments when I travel somewhere and go like. Oh. My God. That episode in gossip girl or do you remember that episode in sex in the city or do you remember that episode in younger and it's like all these shows that define different generations and growing up and what different cities look like in what someone would wear it's like you always. In the back of your mind have those inspirations and I think that probably carry was one of those inspirations to her as all the other women in that show and so I it i. hope it stands alone and has its own moment. But at the same time, it would be a shame not to have have paid a little tribute to the characters that I, think she grew up. Loving. I feel like you know. That's how I second season and I really hope so too. And I feel like maybe you're walking down the street New York or Paris. And Terry Bradshaw just. I. Don't even I can't even that would just be too much. I. Would just that I would love that I mean. I, feel like maybe that needs to happen. I. Kind of love that by the way I might tell Darren about that. Then, acknowledge it. She just walks boy that's A. It's like an operations like statue. was. be or like she walks by and there's like a reflection in a window and she looks in herself it's like ferry and then it goes back in church. What I think that'd be Great A. Second. and. What's great about the show also is like obviously there's romance there's love life their sex, but it's not not everything surrounding up. It's not about emily. I gotta find that guy. GotTa find. Spoilers because we see how strong and independent she has right away. Yeah and I love that. Thank you. I think that was also something that really. Struck home to me because it's it's. Paris. Is All about romance and I think it gets known as being about romance but I think part of the journey for Emily is like a romance with herself like falling in love with who you are as a person and you can do that at home and you can do that in a new way in a new country and people come into your life whether it's in a work environment whether it's friendships it's the idea of a soulmate and soulmates can come in many different forms whether it's romantic situation whatever it is or family it's like every person that you meet that you keep close in the love. Can really help you find different versions of yourself and make you understand yourself better and and a place can do that just as much as a person and I feel like Paris is very much a character in the show and of course, we have to have you know sex and romance in there but I think it's only part of the journey of at emily goes on to kind of like really deeply fall. In, love with herself. Realize that she doesn't need another person Romantically to fulfil her to make her feel whole. But of course, part of that journey of finding yourself and like letting go and having fun and being a free spirit and like amazing gender equality Paris is through that it just doesn't have to define her story which I really liked and found to be quite different in terms of other things I'd seen. Her region based. So the diversity of the cast is Love. In another time we know this in another time, it would have been an all white straight cast in Paris, and here you have obviously faces of Color Gender Sexual Orientation how important is that you when you're going into a project now? Well I think with my life. Specifically, I have such an array of friends and family and loved ones. I just I grew up without judgment I grew up loving who I loved and and having amazing people in my life that just were amazing people in my life and I think that moving forward in in projects that I'm a part of it's so important to see representation for me and and to be a part of something like this where everyone felt everyone was just such a family and it nothing was there was no strategy. It was just everyone that was part of the project is so meant for roles everyone came in and just owned it and I was. So I was so happy to be a part of such an amazing cast and crew and I think moving forward I'm I'm so aware of representation and I'm I'm I'm so excited to be telling more stories in the apart of of so many more projects that have such an incredible cast of people. Talk about something fun really does fun but you'll get. Clothing Kosti mean mean. I'M GONNA. Put you on the spot. What's your favorite emily in Paris Alpha Oh, my God Okay. I I mean God there were so many looks Patricia show beyond the hanger and I was like Whoa that's a lot and then I put it on him. Oh my God. So Emily, I think. One of my one of my favorite looks just because it's something that I would probably never have all put together and then you put it together and it's such a statement and it's a shame because I wish every outfit had whole episode to like live and breathe because every frame like looked so amazing. But. There's an outfit that I wear to. Ralph's where we're eating like an American hamper the. Hamburger in Paris and it's like pay it's a black and white uptight and pink sweater but it's like anchor pink shoes pink socks pink jacket. It was like so much paying and I love pink and I was like. This is I'm like a walking me on paying like Barbie set in a sense and I I loved it so much because I usually or I have in the past shied away from like too much color too much friends. And Patricia, it was like it was like never enough you know and if it if it was too much, she'd like Outta Belt like color block it and you go change everything you know so that I really love just because it was bold and it was something that I felt was very emily and encouraged me to kind of get out of my comfort zone sense. But my my favorite outfit where I I think favorite outfit paired with like a favorite memory of Oh my God I can't believe I'm here is the Paris Opera House scene. Where it wasn't oh, Jal dri earned because again i. feel like that's someone emily just. Admiring and having posters on our wall and she's like Oh my God. You know when I traveled to Rome I WanNa have a Roman holiday when I go to Paris. And so when she was in the when we were about to be in the Paris Opera House in close it down for the night and I'm running around and up the stairs looking at the stage and I'm I'm dressed the way that I'm dressed and I'm going this is surreal. This is Mrs Crazy that I get to do this and I get to do it dress like this, and then basically between takes. I'm wearing slippers I'm running around in slippers in like hotels, slippers, and his gown, and my hair with the Tiara and I'm going like I mean what is life? This is just absurd and I had to pinch myself. So I feel like they were kind of different spectrums of Emily Demure Parisians he dressed up, and then the like I'm bold and I'm proud of I'm obvious side of her which I loved. Coming up Mang. Let's talk about that. Tell us about it. Tokyo the listeners which they know about this movie. Will there's not there's not too much that I'm at liberty to talk about it's called me and David fincher directed it. And starring areas, freed myself and an incredible cast of actors. And it's It's based in old Hollywood and It's about Herman Mankiewicz who who wrote citizen Kane and it's that's really Can say that the first images were just released in know in black and white and stunning and what a magical experience to go from. Shooting Emily with all this color in Paris to a month later. Starting. which was crazy I actually. The process of how I became involved in May was very crazy. 'cause I I put myself on tape. The week before I left Paris left for Paris Senka tape in. got on a plane got to Paris was in the middle of filming and you know I'm nine hours ahead of La there and then. Did a zoom session with. David fincher. That I found out that I got it and then during filming. I'M GONNA every. So in Emily I'm I'm in every scene right? So there's no days off but I flew back to La for twenty four hour periods only twice while I was filming I was in the air longer than I was on the ground I think. I'd fly like on a Friday. Or Saturday morning. Get to La Saturday morning. Go to rehearsals all Saturday Sunday morning get back on a plane fly through the night, get off the plane sleep for like four hours and go into work five am so it was the craziest experience, but it was like you have to do it and I'm like okay. Oko from. Emily Harris to Lilly in L. A. and I'll get off the plane. zonked out of my mind you know at least I sleep whole flight but then go into rehearsals David and some of the cast, and then jump back on the plane and it's just this crazy. It was crazy whirlwind but but I got to do both and then quarantine hit and it was like Oh my God it's like. I got my fair share of kind of running all over the place before it happens. You know I I would've I can't even imagine what I would. I would regret not having taken those those shots and those chances. So I think may closed down like near days. finished. Rather mere days before quarantine for Emily, I was doing Agr from my closet for me and I did some agr forming in quarantine as well? So it all they all kind of finished wrapped up while we were going through this I, feel really lucky that it didn't get put on hold or something. You know it was crazy crazy timing. That's pretty incredible. When will you feel comfortable going back to a set. So I. I've gone back to set to do campaign work for photo shoot and everyone had to be tested before you know there's rigorous paperwork. Before you go in temperature checks. There's everyone's wearing masks and shield. There's like someone who was hired just to walk around making sure that everything happens. Correctly there's e- sanitation You know there's sanitation like sprays are going off every however many edson. -tary stations and I mean it, there were shields around hair makeup wardrobe. You know it's It's it's strange because I'm such a personable person and I love the Camaraderie Element of what we do But I I really respect the. Rigorous process of figuring out what the new normal will be until there's whether it's a vaccine or away that everyone is universally going to go back to some form of a normal at work but I feel like. What is it a part of so far? and. The amount of of testing needed and the you know proof of everything that you're doing and kind of not traveling and not I feel like. I have been a part of. Sets where they've done it really well, and I felt very safe and I know that a lot of my friends have started to go back to work and you know productions are starting again. So I think that everyone's finding what that is I won't be putting myself in a situation where I don't feel like they've taken the proper time and etiquette to figure that out. But so far I feel like I did a part of it a couple times that felt good and felt right and I felt really safe. So I think it's just you know as we know like watching the news things are changing every day and places are opening up and then closing and then. They're like. Okay. So now it's at this capacity and there's this and I I just at the beginning. I didn't WanNa feel like a test dummy like I want to kind of watch it progress and see. What sticks and how it's working and what's happening and I can only control how safe I feel and what I do and wearing a mask and getting tested and and staying clean and staying home. When I need to, you know this press towards very strange. I mean it was was going to be like a worldwide tour with of traveling and getting see the cost and being with my my friends that we take on the road and gets do and collaborate with but it's different and and it's different because everyone's being safe and I. I miss elements of what was but I'm really grateful to get to still do it in the way that is you know and it's a constantly evolving. Evolving process right now. So I'm just Saying as kind of as smart as I can be I think and everyone just as smart as they can be you know hopefully will get that. Whatever the new normal is sooner rather than later. Many cities supposed to go on for this. Don't even know I just know that it was supposed to be a lot. I feel like it was supposed to be a lot of air. Time which I'm not complaining about being home, I mean as someone who's usually always away. It's been really nice to actually Max and be at home but I am no, I do know that. In the picking of specific looks and outfits for whatever presses happening. It's a lot of tops and a Lotta Pajama bottoms. And very weird and there's no shoes. So it's like all earings now. Just funny. It's like the things you don't actually think about when you're just like Oh. Yeah. You know I like used to wear this or I used to have to think about this or now we can actually schedule a lot more because it's from home and it's in the computer and. It's just strange. You know but like I said I'm I'm very grateful to get still do what we can and everyone's having to have. It doesn't matter what industry you're in everyone's pivoting and. I think I think at the time that I've taken really for self reflection and and prioritizing and figuring out who I am when stripped of. Being. Able to see certain people and do certain things that I love and certain distractions and. Going out and like all these things you're faced with that metaphorical mirror and you're kind of like. Who Am I and what do I want? Accomplish what I WANNA be a part of moving forward of what's important to me how have I learned about myself and different things going on in the world through this period? Not Letting, shaver embarrassment of things maybe you weren't as aware of before, prohibit you from learning more you know and so I think it's been a really important time for that. Oh God. Well, you know. I'm somebody who I love what I do but I've never let what I do define who I am and I think that as I've gotten older I, do express myself through my work and my creativity but I also. I really pride myself on like the friends and loved ones that I've surrounded myself with and it's been. A really great time for me to stay connected to those people and I'm very introspective person I love learning. About humanity and human mind and emotions, and why we are the way that we are and why we think we think and I've used this time to like listen to a lot of podcasts meet a lot of books and just do like a lot of soul-searching I'm just someone who loves that. It's self care at this time right now and understanding ourselves better and realizing the inner workings of who we are is a way to. Stay Sane and stay centered and figure out the next way you can be creative. So it's been about like getting out and breathing and being in nature of war, and that's who I was as a kid going from English countryside I was like outside a lot and I kind of have been able to get back to that more, which has been really nice And just kind of Em- embraced like the quiet a bit more and use the quiet to like reflect and I don't know. I. Just I've it's been really interesting to kind of do that and. Put realize that like self care isn't selfish it's like showing yourself love and. Right now There's this idea that we've. Been in this quarantine place where We've all been like doing nothing, but at the same time doing so much other work that we wouldn't have been doing on ourselves you know and so it's like an in that it can be exhausting and it can be hard and I think that we all need to just. Keep in mind that we all need some self care every once in a while and like looking inward is not selfish is actually gonNA. Maybe make you a better. Disturbed brother girlfriend boyfriend wife husband daughter son read whatever it is you know just a more fulfilled version of yourself and so that's That's kind of what I've been doing, I? Feel. Great thank you so much. You Work and throw nice to see you in this way I know same here, and hopefully we'll see each other in person but staysafe. They positive and all that stuff that you're doing and I love always love to it. So night. Same here things mark by. Was Lily Collins Emily Harris Premiers on. Netflix on October second we're GonNa take a short break. But when the big ticket returns I'll be chatting with Zachary quinto. something. Good is show from the Seneca Women podcast network and Iheartradio it's a great way to start your day on the positive side of life. 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Welcome back to the big ticket Mark Crowley's boys in the band drama about a group of gay men who gather for birthday party was an off Broadway hit in one, thousand, nine, hundred, sixty, eight however at the time the gay actors in the play were warned that just being in the show would be career suicide coming out publicly as gay was unthinkable actors remained in the closet. Remember this was two years before. The stonewall uprising now, fifty two years later, Netflix's adaptation produced by Ryan Murphy and directed by Joe Montello features a cast of Paul Out Actors the same ensemble you start in its Broadway debut in two thousand, Eighteen Zachary quinto plays the birthday boy Harold talked about pivoting from stage to screen, and why he thinks the show continues to resonate plus he opens up about his decision to reveal his sexuality nine years ago. House quarantine going for you has all of this how you coping. Oh as well as I can. You know I feel. I feel obviously grateful and. yeah. I feel like I've been doing everything I can to stay productive and creative and. you know obviously it's not ideal but I'm reminding myself. That there is opportunity in this time and to welcome it and to slow down and to have some more perspective I think are the worst things that can happen so so far so good. So have you learned about yourself while you're in quarantine? I mean patience is something that I really learned about myself in my experience You know really just allowing. The circumstances to be what they are rather than spending any or energy or effort. Wishing that they were what I wanted them to be. That's been a huge lesson right It I- There's a path. I can walk down in my own mind a moment experience where it's absolutely unfathomable what's going on and I catch glimpses of how life used to be, and it can be really stabilizing. And so I really. Have really allowed the experience outside of myself to just be what it is and and that's been. It's been interesting thing I came to La a few months ago. So I will sail as seems to be for me anyway a better place at the moment i Miss New York and I've heard from a lot of people that it's incredibly vital and vibrant and people are out and about in the European quality to them. I missed that but but I love that I can be still connected to nature here in a way. It's a lot easier. Did you watch the EMMYS last night? You know I didn't watch the last night I felt really I tried but I couldn't figure out. How to turn like I couldn't the key there was something wrong with my cable and have some little. I felt a little daunted by this format although I was happy for all the winners so happy for Dan Levy. The SHIT'S CREEK GAG Out It was. The first hour of. was just like Shits Creek Shits Creek. Shits Creek. was just like there was pretty and this I. Feel like I've known Dan for a long time and and he's just such. A lovely generous person I just like the whole foundation of that show was built on this kind of generosity familiarity the relationship between Catherine in Eugene and how far back they'd go and. Just. Family connected I mean it's just it's such a it really I think it's reflective of what you were just talking about actually that it's like the fact that they swept the category is I hope indicative of People's recognition that it's not just the work which is also excellent, but it's what's underneath the work the spirit of the work and I think the spirit of that show is is so deeply rooted in love. And Joy and celebration It was really nice to see that reflected back at them with such a recognition such. Such honor that they all really deserved. So it's really cool to see that. And I think it's coming to boys in the band. It's I was thinking about at this is coming out of the shower like Shits Creek. Ping. It's crazy of Rupaul Paul on there. It's just not. Poison the band wasn't that long ago and that was the only form of. Really Gay entertainment you know and. It shows how far we've come. But what I've said about boys band I think in many ways you could put that in twenty twenty. Change around some of the phrasing we all know every every guy who's in boys and we all know the man who is like that. Yeah. I think that's very true. It capture something and we certainly I don't think we all knew that going into the play two years ago don't think we acknowledged how resonant it would be or I don't think we I don't think we knew resonant it would be until he did the play and and and saw every night the theater just packed with. Audiences who were recognizing themselves or someone they know up on stage and And the impact of that was was incredibly. Exhilarating and think that's just continued into this experience of making the film but yeah. We know those guys it's true. This circumstances around them have changed somewhat you know externally socially politically for the most part but you know the internalized feelings that they are all addressing within themselves and at wrestling with in in a lot of cases. Are those that different I duNno I duNno. Do you remember the first time you saw the movie I've never seen the moving. You've never gone to like. Let me go. Because when I hadn't seen it when I got invited to do the play and I thought well I don't WanNa Watch it before we go into rehearsals and then I thought I'll watch it when the play is over and then I went right into another job after the play was done and then by the time I would watch the movies the our movie was on the table, and so I thought well, I don't WanNa Watch it now So I'm. Going to wait until we've put it out into the world and I very much. Look forward to the experience I. Know William Freed can came to see the play and I think he's even seen the movie actually and I respect him tremendously filmmaker and just to see all those actors who originated these roles and It's something that I really look forward to but not an experienced that yet hat where do you want young people to get from boys in the Pant? Jr I I would love for their first of all. I was thinking about this the other day how excited I am to be able to share this story and our version of this story with such a wider audience you know I've I've encountered so many people since we did the play either you know virtually or in person you who would say like I'm so disappointed. I wasn't able to make it to New York couldn't see it on Broadway or you know that we get to to take this story and amplify around the world now, which is really exciting and I I want I, want people to enjoy themselves first and foremost but for young people I would really love for them to be able to identify the universality in this story. Yes. It's a story about gay men and gay friends at a particular time in history and in the United States. But I think there's something much deeper here that mark was able to capture these characters and I think it's about human longing that we all share whether we're gay or straight or You know what are gender identity is or racial identity I mean there is this. kind of human longing think Martin really taps into any taps into it through the Lens of Gay Experience. But I don't think it's limited to that, and so I would really love for young people to be able to identify that and to recognize a little bit of their own experience in in who these guys are and what these guys want, which is ultimately to be logged. On you know some of them spend a little too much time and energy looking for that outside of themselves, and some of them are really wrestling to find it within themselves and and I think that's true of anybody in the world today and and so yeah Alpin people are able to identify that in. How did you approach the film differently than you approach to play other than not during an eight? Week. Well. I mean it's an incredibly unique experience to have. done a play. I've never had this this happened before you know to do a play to immerse ourselves in in the journey of that to finish data have a complete creative experience then were away from for a year and then to come back to it with the same group of people there was a kind of familiarity short hands, and connection to the characters and to. One another that made it utterly delightful to come back in Jomon Montello who directed the plan Broadway also directed the movie beautifully I think was smart to ask for about a week of rehearsal. So we had time to come back together and to hear the play out loud. But once we got those words out into the space again it was. It was a really. Kind of smooth re-entry into the world and the characters I will say when I showed up from my first costume fitting with Lou Iraq who is a amazing costume designer I realized that we were working on a different level of of detail with the movie which is. Obviously. Going to be true when you're kind of looking at things from that perspective, right that a camera allows whereas on unstaged are production was it was ambiguously set in the sixties in this time but there wasn't a lot of you know our wardrobe for example, was suggestive of the time period, but it wasn't all period pieces. But when I walked into my work fitting for the movie and Lou just sorta unfurled this bolt of Green Velvet. And you know trying on all these periods, shirts, ties, and shoes and I just I was like Oh yeah, right. This is a movie. So there's so much more Judy Becker production designer who built this amazing apartment and and just you know cluttered it with all of this amazing stuff. So there was just this granular kind of connection that we all had to the space that we were in and the county that we were playing and I think that was probably. The foundation of experience for me, you know and then from there, it just became about whereas when you're doing play. Everything becomes about hitting the back row right your choices all have to hit the back of the theater but heralds a character that makes absolutely no effort whatsoever to reach anybody. You know he's all about people coming to him, and so is kind of great to be in an environment where I could actually let that happen and not have to play that while still. Shooting it to the back of the theater. You know that was straight There was a kind of. there's a magnetism about herald that I think was able to more fully exist in a natural way on film than than it was unstaged. About Harold. So many things I mean he's he's he's controversial character I think in some ways I mean he's he's a controversial person I I've come to adore him first of all is incredibly. Funny. He's very very. His observations, his wit, and his His cutting humor is a to me it just kind of delicious aspect of him. That was really fun to play. But he's also someone who's I think really a lot of ways very fully realized as a person is. Examined himself completely he he he. You know he hates himself and he knows that he hates himself and so in a way is acknowledgement of his self loathing. It dismantles that it turns that that hatred into power in a way. So find him kind of a very. He's very integrated and he's absolutely unapologetic and and he knows exactly what he's looking at and he's not afraid to name it and those are all qualities. You know I appreciate it in a character but I'm playing I don't really know that I bought my life but I certainly enjoyed the experience of of playing in that sandbox for sure. What is it? What I love about the film, The new film. Is. It doesn't take the stage and the theatrical experience out of it doesn't turn it into a movie. You still. I feel like I'm watching stage production, not a film stage production which is different. But it's still I mean and I don't know if that's because the set is so intimate and the walls are closing in on everybody. So maybe that's what it does. But I just love the fact that it didn't. You know all of sudden there weren't scenes of you on fire island door. Really, stay true to this is. A stage play. tyrod a lot of dialogue much more I like been. You'd find in any movie. Yeah, and I just love that about. I mean I think this is a real testament to Jomon Telo I think he and bill pope are RDP who I was absolutely blown away by I mean it's not an easy feat to take such a dialogue heavy piece and translated into a cinematic language that's vivid compelling and an an engrossing audience I. Think both Joe and bill together were able to do that they captured the spirit of the play, but then they translated into this medium that I think Succeeded in bringing down, closing it in as you say. The other thing is when you watch a play, you're looking at this presidium that's however you know however wide it is in the booth theatre whatever you're looking at this whole picture and your I as an audience can go wherever you want it to go. You can look at whoever you want to look at or whatever you know people might be talking over here but you're looking at what's going on over there. And in the film. Those choices are made for you right and not something that I think can often undermine or I think that's where having done. The play in the first place really served the film because we were able to build those moments with Joe and with bill and I think that we should catch this as we were sing you know some of those things that we discovered on stage. We could identify the ones that were that we all collectively felt were important for the audience to witness I think if you were coming to this without any of that background or. The foundation of having done the play that might not have been so easy to do So that was a joy as well. knowing WHO's looking at him and you know what sort of glances might be important even if they're you know happening between two people might not be speaking at that moment. So that was also kind of interesting unique aspect of doing a movie of something that we had already done the playoff but does feel like when you hear that the men who were I, you know approach to do the play back in the sixties retold. A you don't WanNa do that and you definitely don't want to be openly gay and do that. It's wild to think and like you said like here this is a play with just openly gay actors. Done, you know just a bunch of gays appear. I mean that to me is. That's the thing that makes me feel so grateful and so I'm. So Happy to be a part of this project because it really does it's a kind of its touchstone for. How far we've come and I think what an incredible time it is to be alive as unsettling things are right now socially politically environmentally It's we are living in a vital time. We are living in a time where and you know radical changes have taken place in this country around the world and. You know we we will have lived to see them and and there's something about that. That feels. Like we're really fortunate and I don't WanNa lose sight of that. You know and being a part of this project and being able as I said to amplify this story all around the world for people who maybe living in places where this level of hasn't yet been attained and we can be you know we're not just people that are telling the story of what it used to be like we're people who are living fully integrated fully realized lives now as actors as producers and directors in the people that are involved in the project. In a way that maybe we can be some Some tool of reassurance for for young? People that you know maybe don't have the. The advantages that we do? Maybe that's something that can happen I don't know. When you were starting out in anyone ever said you directly, you don't WanNa be out. To myself nobody needed to say to. You know I just it was the I came out of school In one, thousand, nine, hundred, nine. So it was an era where. There was still a real explicit stigma against being openly gay our business and I moved to Los Angeles after graduating from school and I was out in my life to my friends into my family but I was not out in in public way the in you know I wasn't I was waiting tables and auditioning for guest stars. So it wasn't like a me coming out was gonNA make any commitment on the industry but but I did feel like meat coming out would it potentially had an impact on my career and it wouldn't have been a good one. So there were many years where I? Just didn't acknowledge my sexuality in any way other than to people who knew me Earn but yeah, it was all around us. You know there were a lot of websites at the time where you know the sort of online gossip mill was just emerging in a lot of ways you know a lot of energy in that space was directed toward outing people and coming up with you know proof and. It was it was untoward in a lot of ways I think we've we've moved through that and past that I don't think we've overcome completely you know. But, yeah I didn't I didn't need to be explicitly told because the messages were pretty loud and clear. Did. You live in fear was fear when you're walking around. Because your friends nope other people no but yeah. I don't know. Yeah. It was like I can remember I can remember running into. This is interesting I remember running into an exam studio executive that I had a a working relationship with and I was with a friend of mine who is visiting from out of town known since college and you know we weren't together but you know. My friend is gay and and I remember the feeling of of dread running into him in a best buy and feeling like Ho you know he just saw something or you just like this was just my friend like it was. So there was a bit of an undercurrent of that he. Might not going to be able to do this project now or is there going to be ramifications of it? I think there was a little bit of that and I needed to go through that I needed to experience that for myself to realize that I wasn't GonNa let it to find my experience. You know I wasn't going to dictate who I was and took a little while periods of adjustment right? It's everybody's on their own journey. So it's about an of. Getting more comfortable in my own skin and having my own. Confidence to stand up and say this ammon that took a while. Yeah But the freedom that comes with that. Yeah. That to me was like look you know. I I got to a place in my life where the idea of denying or lying about or just not ethnology who I am. Fully, which is not an option that that level of. of duplicity or in authenticity just wasn't something I was interested in so. I did arrive at a place in my. In my career as well where I had. I had now achieved a certain number of things that I had set out to achieve you know and. I came out in two thousand eleven. So I came publicly. So I came out after heroes and star Trek after I had started my production company and. Produce my first film and that was was a point for me at which I felt like. I had had less to lose but I navigated that that that road measuring what is at stake and measuring. Am I gonNA suffer for this decision but ultimately, it got to a point where I thought. You know if I am than than what's that? I'm not interested in I'm not interested in the alternative anymore and that was at a time when like a lot of young gay kids killing themselves around the country because of bullying a huge spate of teen suicides that were happening and I just felt like I had an obligation at this point having enjoyed a certain level of success. I felt like the hypocrisy was too much to bear for me to be enjoying this life that I created for myself and not acknowledging My identity is a game and I felt like it was Actively harming. A group of young people who the choice to come out could benefit and to me it felt like something that I needed to face in step into yes and the freedom that comes from that. Yes. I mean Yes for sure. So talk about that because you know. Again, I go back to the original where you have these gay actors maybe some of them are out some of them weren't. You and I and I've said this to probably most of your cast I've definitely sounded the Tim Parsons upset to Andrew just at its Charlie and I've said it's him before. By you guys being out, you save lives and I know that sounds like hyperbole and my being dramatic but. I truly believe that and you take it once further not only just being out just being like, okay I'm gay but then doing a product like. In the band just really just shows young and I'm not a young person. So it shows young. But. Then I try to explain to young people they don't. They don't necessarily understand it all the time. Yeah, which is. Good now. Probably leave you know. In a lot of ways, it's a great thing that they. Have loved the prescribing there such a freedom in this in this generation of kids nowadays age and declaring their identities, exploring their identities and and parents seem to be much more aligned with. Adam where it's it's a beautiful thing to behold. But one of the byproducts of that can be a lack of connection to all of the sacrifices that were made to get us to this point. I think my generation existed right on the cusp of it. So we had to be aware of it. You know. I was aware of the AIDS epidemic as it was happening kids who are you know coming of age today weren't connected to it in the same way, and so I think there is that thing that we have to be beacons of of of reminder and we have to carry this lineage through we have to be responsible to it and yes I definitely feel like you know I have certainly had a number of encounters over the last night you know nine years since I came out. In which young people have explicitly expressed to me that notion that you know there was something that they saw there was an interview that I gave were. There was some experience that they have that really changed their circumstance and that to me is I take. You know enormous gratitude in that even if it's just one person you know but yes, then. The other thing the other aspect of that I think is. Telling our stories and making sure that our stories in our history. Our so that's another thing. Young people think this experiences like you know this is where we came from in this wasn't that long ago not this this is the times in their parents were very much around you know. Or maybe not. But almost, do you have a dream role as there roll out there? I really. WanNa do Sweeney Todd. That's what I WANNA do. And you WanNa, you want the lead. Yeah. For sure in that bat show had such a It had such an impact on me the first time I saw it when I was probably about eleven years old and. I didn't realize how. Will I I didn't realize how terrifying feeder be. You know I was I was. So like I remember I was a member of the performing group as a kid at the civic light opera in Pittsburgh. So we got invited at the dress rehearsals of the main stage shows and they were doing sweeney todd with Karen moral and Jon Cypher and I remember I remember sitting on the floor of the MEZZANINE. kind of like leaning back against the chair there was folded up in this is we were all waiting for the show to star, and that pipe organ music starts the beginning speeding hot, and then that work whistle goes and I leaped about by. The ground was like from that moment until the end, I just couldn't move I was so absorbed by it, and I've seen that that musical more than any other show in the theater I, think over the years and and I feel like also my career and you know my work and heroes in American horror story and all that kind of dark stuff lends itself to people again associated with that kind of. Yeah. That's something I. Really WanNa do I'm still I'm still years away from really being able to play that role but I love to do few years why a few years away from playing the right way because I think I feel younger than I am. So okay. Well thank you started this. Wonderful. I had a great time for having me and congratulations on it. Stay safe speedwagon kid you to. That was actually quinto poison the band available unmet flights coming up on the next big ticket Dylan O'Brien the one time team Wolf Heartthrob returns to the big screen in the apocalyptic adventure movie love and monsters until then you can follow me on twitter and Instagram at Mark Napkin and for all your up to the minute Hollywood news head over to variety dot com stay safe dwell and please he wearing those masks to you next time. Here's something. Good is a new show from the Seneca Women podcast network in iheartradio. It's a great way to start your day on the positive side of life. 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Eyes are the windows to the drunk soul

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Eyes are the windows to the drunk soul

"Hey what's up? Oh, nothing what's up with you sandwich? Talent. Darioush of food. What kind of saying? What does that would you say? To delicious one. Soured, Oh man mayonnaise must remain. Let her some red onion. Purple Turkey Jalapeno got a little bit of Avocado and they're yummy. Are. You hashtag sponsored by Puma Golfing. But. I do definitely have them in my golfing instagram stories and they do not semi ship I didn't even know Puma sponsored had golf close. Rookie Fowler's they're like main guy that is. You probably think he's hot. Cool. Yeah what's going on over in your world the same old same old really vinho showing watching television hanging with Ri- ri- I. Think it's really setting in like he lives here. You know like leaving. How's make you feel Is kind of fun. Actually, I don't. Know I think there were a couple of days maybe like two weeks ago I was cranky and he was kind of cranky and I was like, oh and. Then we moved past that and now greets well, there's going to be days. You'RE GONNA hate them no I could never this. He'd like Nashville when you say Nashville, we've only been to Nashville like once since he's been here but he likes Franklin that's where I live. He likes Tennessee he loves like right now the leaves are starting to change color and fall, and it's getting cooler out and he's like loving seeing all that something that I feel like I forget that doesn't happen everywhere because I'm just so used to it. For the opportunity had taken by downtown Florida George. LUMBAR. Really turned up to see like the drunk I just really can't picture him at a after your house or anywhere on Broadway to be honest. Here's the thing he does like to drink, but it's like he's a sneaky drunk he no, it's like he doesn't just get trashed or whatnot like it's a slow build with him and like he'll be really drunk probably for like an hour or so. Before I even realized he's drunk Israel sneaky sneaky drunks the most dangerous. Yeah. He's a sneaky drunk now ban where do we get drunk recently somewhere and I was so hung over and I was so upset with your family all turned up or be a good boy that's what it was. So miley was in town actually my mom. EILLY. Ano- were in town mile lease the only one that like. Do Things you know what? I? Mean No, it doesn't leave the house. My mom doesn't leave the house but actually to go out and go out to dinner and drinks like like Pinewood social places like that. So one night we went out to fifth and Taylor. It's one of our absolute phase like some of the best food in Nashville in my opinion. And they had a nice like private room setup situations. It was Super League Kobe safe. You know and it was just me Ryan Mile and like a few of her friends that live your national. I don't know Justin Anderson is Jones's logical DP air hairstylist. Here. stylist to the stars. We should have on the podcast Sunday actually really funny. He was with us with his boyfriend and we had a great time though in fifth and Taylor was serving a seasonal cocktail called. The midnight. Sky. That's the name of Miley single. So obviously, we all had to order multiple midnight skies and I don't know what was it it was I. think it was a bourbon drink, but it came with a toasted marshmallow in it they by the time you finish the drink the toasted marshmallows just soaked full of liquor. Eat the marshmallow at the very end, and then you're just literally toasted get. So we view those 'em because we are responsible adults, we had a sprinter van, take us downtown so that we could drink and by the time we got home I was so drunk and Rivaz drinking wine like he was drunk and I was so mad because I thanks to do the next day but we had so much fun. You know it's just such a thing in adult is hard. He's like we really WanNa let loose and have fun and have a good. Time but you really pay for it. The next day does he get frisked gets drunk like trying to get some deep deck and going on Oh he's always trying to do that like I wouldn't really know the difference. He's sneaky as a drunk because you so quiet. It's almost like he doesn't really change when he gets drunk, but you can see it in his eyes the eyes of the giveaway there the window to the soul window. Does it drunk soul? Sure exactly. You. Be I went seven days dot drinking my brother trace has gone thirty one days I know we talked about last episode and I, don't need you to one up me with your brother. Give me seven seven days. It's fine. It's decent I mean I go I go seven days often with no alcohol I know. You're a nerd though if I had to go seven days without coffee though. You. Drink coffee right now, right this second. I'd be screwed without it. Let's go through all the headlines. What's trending right now in the world. That's right. The Lakers won their seventeenth NBA championship after beating the Miami Heat for to can't believe the heat or in the finals by I. Know Right He got the NBA. Finals, MVP award you think he deserved it. He's Lebron James of course he deserved it. I don't even know if he was the best player on that team though Lebron James Yeah an Raphael. Doll won the French Open for these seven million time. There you go. Big Weekend sports big week in sports pro. All right. You WanNa do Dang thing we should probably start the show yeah. You want to do it or do you want me to do it or do you WanNa do here it's maybe your term Brozet hose you're listening to your favorite thing podcast with Well Brandy. So, even watching some stuff I've been. Some stuff. Yeah. Okay what do you got for me I'll start with one I. know you probably haven't seen because a chick flick, but Netflix's has a little series called emily in Paris unheard of it. Guess because one Sarah's friends with lily and so she's obsessed obsess. Yeah. So. Is it good and the bad note Sarah Watch it, and she loved it but she also spared me from watching it. So you know. So it's funny. You say that because I was also trying to spare from watching it. So I like started a couple of episodes of my own. Then he wanders and he's like what you watch it and I like you're GonNa hate you hate it it's took thing like really cheesy. About fashion and sex and boys you're. GonNa, hate it. And so he sits down and he's like, okay and he sits down and we're like watching it in and like he's not hating it you know and I'm like so The show. And he was like Oh my freakin mom and sisters ruined me I. They forced me to watch ticks growing up and I actually like. And I'm like. Blaming the MOM and sister Wow. So he did like. Brandy I have a favorite video game right now that everyone needs to download immediately what is that best fiends we've talked about before? It's so much fun. I told ROB this game and he sits outside on the porch when he has his meantime in place, you have no idea the adrenaline rush that you get when you beat a freaking level Oh, my God amazing challenging puzzles that are always changing and getting better and better. Honestly it's the most fun freaking game in the world and I'm so excited because you can play off line and I actually have to go on an airplane soon I gotta fly. Somewhere for Bachelor stuff, which means Ya, boy can play fiends without any Wi fi because I'm not paying for that on the plane because Syrup off that is pretty sick actually three to download and literally has millions of five star reviews on the Apple. APP. Store and Google play more levels events in challenges added all the freaking time. The game is constantly evolving seriously. Once you download best fiends boredom not to stand a chance do you guys got download best fiends it free on the apple APP store or Google play? That's friends without the are so best beans go download it. Thank me later to what? Is it about emily in Paris? That is exactly what it's about. Well, Sarah said Kinda like devil. Wears Prada esque a little bit. Yes. So the CO creators of this show also did the show called younger that Hillary Duff was in you probably never watched that I. Loved that show so much and kind of had a very similar vibe to that that show like it was set in New York City and Hillary Duff worked at like a big firm, which was all about the fact Sean and she was like the young gun in an office full of like older people you know what I mean. This kind of has that same vibe but lily collins character lives in Chicago she works at a marketing firm. And she gets to go live in Paris for Year and work at the firm's Paris location. But she's like the only young one like everyone else in the office like older and French, and they all hate her because she can't speak French. and. But she's like come into the office like work on their social media strategy and like bring the young into the marketing stuff you know what I mean and so they all hate her for an intruder like dirt but it's cute get to see her make friends and she's got like every episode has got another like Gorgeous French guy like all over her I'm like this is not realistic violence. Paris. I would make any friends and get no guys, Jaboomer Collins Pretty hot though. So she still hot I would make sense it. You're you're right. You're right but it's cute. It's really really good an easy watch but it's I don't know the fashion. It's great and she's adorable I really like her a lot and there's cute guys on it. So I loved it. All I know is that Lily Collins Fiancee also drives an F. J sixty two, which is what I have, and so we're best friends now that's all. That's yeah. Who is her fiance? Any anybody? Names Charlie. McDowell. He's a writer director and I think that his mom is Andy McDowell. Manley Collins. Dad Is Phil Collins from Phil Collins or Genesis, and then Charlie McDowell's mom is Andie macdowell from four weddings and a funeral and groundhog's day to they have kids they're going to have the coolest grandparents I've never met him but I have met her. Common we have FDA sixty two's in common and but I have met her and she told me she was a fan of Paradise. So we're best friends do. So let's whatever. Wow. I saw that Hugh Jackman is fifty two years old today. Do you think of Hugh Jackman being fifty two years old now? Right and it's gauge age based on like my age and my parents age 'cause that's all I have to go after I guess my. Tissues fifty-three. No select does the same age. That's crazy about billy ray dude. She can slide riding of the Hugh Jackman Shit I don't think he's type huge Ackman's everyone's. What is you Jack Mindy was he is he will green is he kate and Leopold is les miserables as the Greatest Showman what is view? He's Wolverine Yeah Right I mean let's be fair he got to be the coolest of all the super here growing up. Wolverine was. Macho. Guy. Sure Right. Yeah and I will say that Logan is one of the. Best Superhero films ever made I liked that one. Yeah. And did Dr Gray Bad Ass he was great inland is or to, and in the greatest showman I never saw, oh, it's good. People loved it. He's been so much the I'm trying to think of the other movie. I really think of the one about like where he's a magician, the prestige we just talked about the phony. Rate movie so good. I definitely always think about that when he was in that movie prisoners with Chick Dylan on him no, it was really good van helsing. He was good and Van helsing has been a minute since I've seen that. Okay. So Emily in Paris solid, I loved it. I've seen some bad reviews online but I thought it was adorable and I'm sad it's over. Is it one of those things like continue can go into next season oh? Yeah. They ended it so good like the best cliffhanger. Yeah. Yeah. It's definitely getting a season two. So you know how is it like dog face? He's like a Mexican guy on a skateboard drinking ocean spray cranberry juice listening to fleetwood MAC's dreams. Have you seen that video tiktok both? bought. Him a truck because it became so. and. So here's the thing that blew me away and being I'm a huge fleetwood MAC fan I don't know if I ever really knew the lyrics to dreams and I wanted to know if you know the lyrics dreams, I can't remember all of it. So okay. So it starts out with now. Here you go again you say you. Want Your Freedom Yeah I'm GonNa Sing what I always thought was I'm GonNa play it again I'm GonNa, play it again and sing what the words that I always thought. This is okay. All right. Here we go. You want your free. Well who? Deke via down. Own. Feelings. CARE lead to the. Offbeat dragged down and the still. A The revelry. You're. And what you love. Okay. I always thought it was the stillness of the referee. Because this become so popular I've seen the lyrics now and I'm blown away with what they actually are. So it's now here you go again you say you want your freedom will who am I to keep you down here's where blows my mind it's only right that you should play the way you feel it wait what that's z but listen carefully to the sound of your loneliness like a heartbeat drives you mad in the stillness of remembering of what you had and what you lost and what you had. And what you lost I. Mean it's deep a cut deep. It's SA- brutal bum like. Wait what are the X. August. Okay. Right here. Right here. It's only right. Venues should play the way you feel. But listen care. The Sad. Your loneliness like a heartbeat drive you mad I'm sorry. I love Stevie. Nicks. But none of those words sound like what the fuck singing. Okay. None of them. anyways I thought that was funnier brand. I got an email, the other day I. 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Yeah I remember that happening did you watch documentary? So we watched. Ryan I watched the trailer for it and it looks so. But we were debating between that and haunting blind manner which will get into and we start ladder. So I haven't seen it yet but I do want to watch that. Okay. So I watched it's called American murder the family next door just so fucked up. The most fucked up. So here's where I might mistake. Took a gummy beforehand and I would do that because it does help me sleep and I was like. I was like we're going to thirty minutes down here, and then we'll go upstairs when we get in bed and All. Of a sudden forty, five minutes. I'm just like, Oh, I don't WanNa, ruin it for people don't, but it's so twisted and so fucked up and it's like, how could you? Do that. I know. So here's the thing with it is like we watched the trailer and because ride doesn't know the story he kind of was like the trailer doesn't look very good and I was like but if you but I already know what happens. And, I feel like that's like that's where it'll make or break like how great it is what we already know the end of the story. Yeah. If you say it's great and you already knew the end of the story than it has to be pretty fricking good television. It's well done the advent of every cop wearing the camera on their like shoulder or whatever makes for great documentaries because they have all this footage. One thing I'm amazed at the Denver police like here you just make your movie. Doesn't matter because they have all this stuff and I won't ruin anything because you really don't know what's what has happened or really who's at fault kind of till the end, but it is heartbreaking and just brutal anyone out there is thinking about this. Just. Get a divorce bro. Do, what are you thinking, but there is this one scene. So the cop he shows up at the House because women these kids are missing and they go next door the next door neighbor has got cameras everywhere. Okay and the next door neighbor is on his television like showing the cops and the guy that lives next door when cars came and left the house and everything and the next door neighbor is showing them and like yeah. All right. This is having a pretty normal playing. It's so cool and then all of. A sudden the cops like all right to the guy who's kind of in question he's like go back to your house I'm going to kind of finish up with this guy, the next door neighbor and the next neighbors like immediately he's added. So fucking weird man I don't know Bro. So weird the cops like we have put it put yourself in his shoes. He's whatever dude he's acting. So like the guy is like totally he was playing the whole time until it's totally normal, you'd have your car back up and then the. Newnan Internet and no he doesn't do that. That's just fucking weird copper. Duty This guy he calls it like in the beginning next door neighbor. Get it broke Danny. Needs to win superbug an anti yourself. Loved Him. Uh. Okay. So you watch the haunting of blind manner I'm watching it. I'm currently I'm on episode six I think okay. We're behind you probably on episode two. Okay. For those Dono. This is it's. It's funny because it shows that it's just season one this show, but it's It's the same character. Yeah. Yeah of the haunting of Hill House that came out what two years ago or three. Yeah. So the main character of the haunting of hill house is this girl named L. Victoria pedder radio. That ensure she she was the main character of that. Now, she's the main character of this, but it's so confusing. So confusing also the dad in haunting of Hill House is also in this as well, and I'm like what's going on here? So I guess it's a little bit like American horror story where they're using the same actors but they're like different characters. Exactly. It's all google it because I watched the first episode and I was like What else? Like this is Nell? That's not her name here and her hair is blonde and I was really confused about it and then I had to go google it, and it said knows the completely different story but I guess like the same people that Made Hill House oh I'm sure they just loved some of those actors and wanted to bring them back. But so here's your take so far tie like it a lot, but it's not as good as hell house not yet. Really. Okay. I Loved Hill House. I was terrified of it but I did like it was always fun to watch. He'll house and be like look for the ghosts or look for the creepy stuff because it always kinda like in the background and stuff and this doesn't have enough of that for me. Yeah. All right but I'm telling you. So here's the. Synopsis After an Appears Tragic Death Henry is a young American nanny to care for his orphaned niece and nephew who reside apply manner with the chef Ohan, groundskeeper Jamie and housekeeper Mrs grouse these little kids are secre be crazy the girls cute. But so creep making all these little dolls leaving them places and then go to show says absolutely splendid one hundred almost smacker right up the fucking head I'm not GonNa do that cute kid she just she didn't write the script you're right The main ghost is a guy that's got. No is light bulbs in. This is basically and it was creepy looking for the first few times I saw it and but now it's hanging around more and unlike it's Kinda lost, it's craziness. And there's nothing new to take place I. Guess like like. The scene in haunting of Hill House where she's on the couch and that ghost with the long dark hair is hanging above her on the couch that will haunt me for the rest of my life. Yeah. That's what I I need to see. More of that. In this one, I would stick with it because it's getting a lot of good reviews. So I gotta fill and IT'S GONNA kind of pick up some steam here I'm hoping so because I wanNA love it like I did the last one. And with Halloween right around the corner I I was thinking I need to introduce a rise who some not Halloween movies, but you know just like good thrillers fouque's some spooky movies. He's never seen I'd like go back and watch a few I feel what are some of your favorite to watch her on Halloween okay? hocus pocus. Jim that's such a check like I get it. I just asked her what Jim. Don't care but also Christina Ricci back in the day had a huge crush on Christina Ricci. Time. Tiny chicks, scream. Love Crime to. Kill off Drew Barrymore in the first scene. Come on. All right beetlejuice. Beetlejuice beetlejuice nothing I like stuff more like the village. Halloween I'm not thinking has to be Halloween. I'm just saying like spooky creepy movies, Edward Scissorhands. That's a good one I guess ghostbusters. That's like way too light hearted, Kerry? What's that Vance the one where she gets bullied but she can like move around her mind and then at one scene with she covered in blood and the one that I can't watch anymore. But I do think is the scariest movie of all time. The exorcist I've never seen it. Don't I watch it don't do it. That's a step too far. But about child's play with Chucky. Never, saw that. But my dad chucky doll and we were kids and he would put it in the corner of the room before we'd go to bed and I'm scarred for life. Got One for you. The rocky horror picture show. That's a good one. Have you ever gone to rocky horror picture show like on Halloween I, haven't now Everyone yells out the words and it's like a whole thing now been what Abou- Blair witch project loved that when I was younger, I don't know if it would scare me as much now though they groundbreaking in terms of found footage now. What about the craft never heard of that? You have it. Oh my God you love the craft. It's phenomenal. Four high-schoolers discover witchcraft. What could possibly go wrong? The campy thriller explores the spiralling effects of the supernatural on Los Angeles High School What else? About Twenty eight days later that was a good film. Yeah. But that's like a Zombie movie. Yeah. Okay. How about this one? This six cents. I see that people who loved that movie the Og Texas chainsaw massacre was horrifying. Yeah. What about this is the nightmare before? Christmas a Christmas movie or a Halloween movie the great debate I don't know sleepy hollow. That's a good one. Yeah. Tim Burton doing Johnny Depp shed do consider silence of the lambs a long movie or rate movie I would watch colleen for sure. It puts the lotion on its skin or it gets the hose again how about the shining great movie? I think he's seen that psycho that's a good one. Yeah it's ban. Will thank you. Oh, it's great. What about addams family data? Dan Lynette. Allah Halloween. Have you got your costumes ready? Today. Today really cutting it close there assist. Wow. Not, really, give yours. Do, and by the way did I rent. For the House Dell. Someone to help us I, mean, what's money really anyways just take it all on my money. So I'm like halfway through the Oscar pistorius documentary on ESPN plus the thirty for thirty the blade runner guy this one you should watch with Rai, because it's going to hit home for him because it's about that South African bladerunner. Guy. Who may allegedly murdered his girlfriend charter from the bathroom? Pistorius is a four part feature documentary about the South African Paralympic and Olympic Sprinter Oscar Pistorius who shot and killed his girlfriend in the early hours of Valentine's Day on in two thousand thirteen the story of a man and a nation both born to great disadvantage. The film follows the challenges, hopes and triumphs and the demise of their dreams under the glare of the world media stories. It's it's pretty messed up Sarah's hosting the CMT awards. That's so cool. Yeah she so seeing with a Cane Brown at I was just Sarah which gets her cane and they're doing point that don't know who knows how you. Story about came Brown is that he got fucking lost on his own property and had to call the police to come find. This is a must go which by the way good for you came around for having such a big piece of property that you fucking got washed on it way to go keep making that money. Love it quit smoking so much because that's deadly what happened you got fucking baked and you just got lost on your your house. All right. So funny. Okay you got any music given to a little Anderson Packer here duels with the Z.. Take them. Rest. Weight and I'm going to say but. I never imagined. I ain't even. Latest thing. I ain't. Looks so. Tony. Talk. Pack. Honestly. 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"Elizabeth olsen has about how nepotism has shaped her career. Can you have coffee before bedtime. We are turning to science for the answer. Anc joins us to give all of you more advice. It's february nineteenth. Twenty twenty one friends casey wrath him and welcome to buzzfeed daily. Okay so it's friday. And what finding means that. I talk about one division and nothing else. I support that. I also very passionate about the division. I have not been this addicted to a show that comes up every week in. I don't know sense before streaming. Do you know what i'm feeling really dumb about. Though and i it crossed my mind and i was just being lazy. Everyone if you're watching division you should be watching the credits. It's marvel watch the credits. Always and i haven't been to ninety to go back and watch it but anyways that specifically what i have to talk about today it is about elizabeth olsen. Who's in one division. And we all know. She's a star but we also know her from her older twin sisters mary and ashley and recently in an interview with grozny usa. Elizabeth oakland up. About how nepotism influenced her career. Nepotism is a thing. And i'm very aware of it. She told the magazine and of course of always wanted to do it alone. Elizabeth also said i was a very hammy performance child so i do think i got to live out some sort of childhood dream. Doing the show which you know makes total sense to me. Considering one division is featuring different decades family sitcoms so it must have been very surreal to pay homage to full house. A is show and sisters. Start on but zack. Thoughts on the ol- nepotism. You know my thing with nepotism is he has got like tell the truth. Talk from where. You're coming from name the privilege if you will and my feelings about elizabeth olsen as the one that has gotten the privilege of meeting her and interviewing her before is that like she's towns it beyond her sisters. She may be more time than her. So i don't really care. Got into the door. But mother is like really doing the real work in hollywood right now and i support her. I do you know like a. It's like okay. We know nepotism exists. It's out there. But i'm like you know when someone comes from a privileged background but they're also really amazing. I'm like yeah. I don't care that's keep. That's how i feel about julia. Louis dreyfus. I'm like she comes from like massive oil money right. She's a era. But i'm like she's so funny and so good that i literally don't care exactly the only person i'm obsessed with talking about. Nepotism with is lily collins. Chocolate that i just gotta keep bringing it back to just so you guys never forget this anywhere like at the golden globes grow. Meanwhile we need to talk about coffee. People have been on the fence about whether or not. It's good for you for years. But a new study says quote. Coffee alters your brain matter. Here's how this works for all of you. Signs out. There gray matter is part of the central nervous system consisting mostly of the cell bodies of nerve cells previous studies revealed that sleep deprivation can impact the amount of gray matter in the brain as well. The thinking that if you drink caffeinated beverage like coffee too close to that time it would adversely affect the gray matter in your brain so in the study one group of people took a caffeine pill and another group took a placebo. The surprising results reveal caffeine. Use does not result in poor sleep however researchers find that there are significant changes in the volume of gray matter just in the ten days with or without caffeine in a person's system after days of caffeine participants had a much higher volume of gray matter in the brain than they did while consuming caffeine. And even though. I told you all those wonderful things. I don't know what gray matter is. Say that you just said gray matter like ten times and i'm like what is great. I think it's like i don't know i'm just gonna assume we need gray matter. No but it does make sense when it's like talking about like it's consisting mostly the cell bodies of nerve cells that that makes sense how everyone feels after coffee although i do need to talk about that so you know like how i feel like you find out lies about things all the time like. Yeah like condoms. One hundred percent. Effective decaf coffee isn't one hundred percent without caffeine. That's alive they're still caffeine in the point of the story and the reason i'm talking so fast i had a really big cup of decaf coffee today at. I have a lot going on in my body mall. Jittery which is insane. Because it's not even real. I'm sorry this made me laugh on so many levels mainly because why is it that your brain with the something like a product. It doesn't work. You went to condoms out of every product in the world. Condoms are the things like. They don't actually work one hundred percent. Go to jokes in tv. Show like i ate my twin in the womb or condoms aren't one hundred percent effective. That's like it every sitcom ever saw mike. That's where it went. This is why. I don't watch sitcoms because this is wild choir. Why are we putting up. There are ninety nine percents effective if foreign correctly. That is great. don't we don't need. The children are afraid of wearing condoms. They're not wearing them enough as it is children. Anyway thank you for that. We're gonna unpack wire. Logic is going to communists today last year. Okay so speaking of we're back with yet. Another installment of dm. Nine one one with stephen leconte. Here's stephen keeps his. Dm's open in order to give advice to anyone that needs it today. We're talking about a person whose father is about to file for the third divorce. A woman who thinks her twin will hate her engagement ring and someone concerned. Their neighbors fights have turned by. I stephen thanks for joining us again. Hey thanks for having me back. Happy friday happy friday. All right we got some free for this friday so starting here. This girl's father married his third wife back in two thousand thirteen in love. Serve the problem. Is that the father has points in his life where he starts pushing people away and he's doing that with his wife. He's claimed he wants a divorce and they argue all the time but our writer doesn't think that's true. Her father has already cut ties with a close friend of twenty years. So how should advise this to me. Sounds like a job for a therapist. And i don't think in the long run. It's going to be healthy for you to become the person responsible for managing your dad's destructive behaviors. I think you were well within your rights. If you want to point out to your dad what you're seeing like you can tell them. I think you isolate yourself from people. You love as you do this before. I think you're doing it now and it's hard to watch because i think in the long run. This really hurts you. I think that's a totally valid for you to tell them and maybe it will be helpful even eye-opening for him to hear it from someone who loves but from there. I would pivot the conversation pretty quickly to talking about getting him a therapist and i wouldn't get too in the weeds with him about the specifics of his marriage or the specifics of the friendship of twenty years that he ended or anything else. He'll have excuses and explanations for everything but the truth is if he has a habit of doing things like this. There's almost certainly a larger issue. Needs to address and a licensed professional is the only one who can help them do that. Hopefully he'll be open to seeing a therapist and you can help them navigate the process of finding one but if he isn't open to it. I think you just have to let this go. You have to let him lead life he wants. We'd even if it's a painful one and you'll need to create the kind of emotional bound for yourself or his downward spiral doesn't lead to your own. Downward spiral seen. I don't know if you're gonna have an answer to this. But maybe you've read something. I feel like a lot of people. Have this problem You know especially the boomers. Where therapy wasn't the normal thing to do. Are there any tips or suggestions of how to get someone to go to therapy. This is an interesting thing that i've actually come up against in my own and i think that one thing that we have to undo in the boomer generation the stigma of the idea that like therapy is a thing that you need if there's something wrong with you you know boomers understand like physical medical issues need a doctor's attention and i think that we need to start talking about mental health with them. The same we were talking about physical house. There's this issue that like there is help available to you and there's no shame. There's no stigma. So many people nowadays go to therapy. I think it's just about removing the stigma from the experience. Because they're used to the you know they have all these offensive kind of associations like it's a place like the the loony people you know i always tell. People i'm a big proponent for everyone being a therapy and i tell people think of it as a weekly lunch you go to with a good girlfriend where you have to ask nothing about their one. One sided friendship. That you pay for it would be frowned upon. If you asked about their day you have to do for this other person and i think we all see a conversation is between two people sharing and listening. You ain't got. I mean you should listen to your therapist. But they don't have to share anything with you. It's great wonder. If i also do think there's value like parents usually really love their children and i think that there's value and wait to child telling their parents like i think you need to do this. And that can often bring someone who's esi over the edge definitely definitely all right. We'll be right back to hear more great advice from stephen. We all want to be heard and when we're not it's frustrating. It doesn't matter what is look. You order a sandwich with extra extra avocados. Then you get the sandwich nothing not a zip look you and i both know. Extra avocados is a weird request and extra extra avocados even weirder. But that's not the point you just want to be heard in when you're not it doesn't feel good but you know who is listening and making changes though a t and t. They're doing whatever it takes to show that all of their customers voices are heard so they're giving every customer both new and existing. The same great deal. Are you hearing this no matter if you've been with them forever or are thinking about jumping over. Every single person gets the same amazing deal that means me that means you. At and t. Is listening to all of us. Check out smartphone pricing. That's fair for everyone at att dot com slash best deals restrictions apply. Welcome back. we're talking stephen leconte. And he's dishing advice on so many things next up we're talking wedding rings. This writer has a twin sister and the sister's boyfriend is planning on proposing. He's a good guy gets along well with the family all that good stuff but his ring choice for our writers sister is not good. The ring is too big and flashy and not the sister style and the boyfriend said he wanted to get her something she could be proud. Should our writer speak up when the boyfriend has already put money down on the ring. He doesn't want to hurt the boyfriends feelings but also doesn't know if he should approach this at all and wants to get his sister a ring sheet love. I think this one's easy action. Definitely let him know you'd be doing your sister favor and he'd be doing him a favor to and that you genuinely really liked this guy and it sounds like you to have a nice relationship so i trust the the kind of report with him where you could gently guide him in a better direction without offending also helps frankly you think he should be downgrading. The ring not upgrading. It say the ring is like too big and flashing and your sister would prefer something a little more subdued. That is way easier to communicate than the reverse right like where he gets her a tiny little ring and you're telling him he needs to spend more money that to me would be rude to the point where i would advise you not to have the conversation at all but in this case he's coming in with too much and i think it's way less awkward to suggest he just scale it back a bit. It's the kind of criticism that actually might even make him feel like a big shot for having game too high and honestly he might be pumped to save a little money and make us partner happier. It's win win to me. I know you mentioned that. He already put down some money on the ring. But i have to imagine like most jewelers would let him use that deposit on something else so yeah tell them you're thank you thank you too. I love this advice and you know as some. I'm so so close to my younger sister and her boyfriend who i've been my whole life. They've been together since april fourteen. It's ridiculous in gross He didn't come to me to get my opinion on the ring. And i resented the ring is beautiful listening. You did a great job but has a brother. I would love to be able to participate picking out my sister's ring but that's just me absolutely. I would trust my sister. I feel like. I don't knows she would like know what i've watched. But she'd know enough of what i don't want she just be like no no next harangue. Maybe i don't. She might eliminate them. Knowing someone doesn't want is almost more important than what they do. One hundred percent all right so next up we have a writer who has noticed that their neighbors fight almost every night. Yelling at each other. With profanity's a writer lives in a house next door not an apartment so the yelling is super loud are d has noticed the fighting is between a man and a woman. So they're worried. This could be a case of domestic violence but they haven't witnessed anything physical firsthand. So stephen should outrider but in kind of the person that typically he keeps to themselves and they don't want to call the cops because they don't know how severe the situation as because a wellness check could make things worse. So what should they do should they. But in what's what's your advice. So this is like a very tough situation. And i'll be honest. There's no one-size-fits-all solution. That i give because so much. How would proceed here. Depends on the specifics of the situation. Which include your neighbors are where you live. How severe the fighting is your instinct to think twice before calling. The police is in my opinion. Very correct. wellness checks often backfire especially for people of color and especially for people experiencing mental illness and they can also backfire for victims of domestic violence in a different way After the police leave there is always the possibility that the abuser is going to retaliate on their victim. In some way so calling the police in the situation should not be your first line of defense and you do take on risk by inviting cops into the picture however. I can't tell you to rule out calling the police entirely because leaving victim of domestic abuse to fend for themselves that carries its own risk and that's a considerable risk. I will say if the situation ever does get to the point where you need to call the police nearby when they show up make your presence known let them knows subtly or directly that you're watching but i actually would not start there. Here's where i would start. Do you know this neighbor. If not i would try to get to know them. Not only because of the fighting. But also. Because it's just good to know your neighbors. And specifically i would try to have some sort of a check in with whoever it is that you're worried about i. Guess i'm assuming that you're worried about the woman but it's also possible that you're worried about the men neither way if you can foster some sort of a personal relationship with that person you accomplish two things that are valuable. The first thing is you expand that person's social circle to include the home next door which gives them a safe place to flee if there's ever a crisis the second thing if you can build up a good record them i think it's totally reasonable to ask them directly about the fighting and asked if there okay and then one other thing i want to quickly and this just depends so much on your town city country region. So just you research of do for yourself. But there are sometimes non police institutions that you could call thinking of like social work agencies. If there's a child in the house it might be appropriate to call child protective services. But you really need to do your research and you also need to do research. Because in some cases calling those non-pleased institutions will just 'cause that institution to call the police. So you have to do your research. And i can't speak in broad strokes about it because it depends on where you live. But that's another avenue to explore. Really like you're suggestion of just getting to know the person i know that might be daunting during a pandemic but you know. Maybe they're comfortable with an outdoor hang. Maybe it starts with making them. Some baked goods dropping off. You know just like little normal neighbor eggs. Yeah you know. I actually one time. I hurried advice and this action advice. That i'm necessarily giving because i don't know if it's safe but it was an interesting suggestion of if you hear a scary sort of fight happening at the apartment next door. Sometimes you can just knock on the door and asked to borrow a cup of sugar and increases the awareness in that apartment that there's like other people around to are nearby who are who are in the mix and even as having like fat check in. You're confronting anyone about anything you're just asking for. A couple of sugar might deescalate the situation. I can't because i don't know if that's safe for you but it's just good to remind your neighbors like we hear you. We see you know what's happening. Okay actually stephen. I know usually only do three. Dm's but we have one less gm that was set to zaken me and we would love to get your opinion on it. Oh my gosh. This is a surprise. Gm okay so. It's a woman whose friend is mad at her for disclosing what was going on in their group chat. Rdm her says she revealed what was in the chat because a friend's husband decided to fly from texas who for vacation pandemic while suffered our knowledge. Is that the husband is a total jerk for doing this. But she understands. That group techs are secret and under normal circumstances. What goes on in these jets stays there. How should i writer feel about this. So is the writer. Heidi stephen you know that. We protect the identity. That right in we cannot speak to that. I will say there are striking similarities between the writer and a current high-profile senators that yes in this situation. I believe the writer. Who was the friend of heidi cruz. Who attacks the fred. We wanted to know what she should. She feel bad about what she's revealed. No arrest everything out there. No i'll say this your friend deserves. Nothing has no expectation of privacy deserves no protection. Please ruin their life. Whatever you have senator steven with at buzzfeed dot com. We'll take it all serious base rate. I also okay. I also want to say that you know because everyone was having this debate. Like would you share something that was in the group chat blah blah blah and. My first reaction was well. It depends which group chat it is. 'cause is is one lake and it's like it depends what what is this. I have. It looked at myself but my roommate was telling me that the group chat wasn't like a close friends group. It was the neighborhood group chat which and that apparently no one responded diety cruises texts. They have a secondary group chat. We're they were probably all schick talking and thank. Yeah so the group chat was called lovelies by the way just lovelies. That's name. And i just love that so much no navia lovely. That has heidi cruz. Written all over. I do think it speaks volumes. About how little respect these people have in their own social circles that you know that person felt so comfortable like leaking that. I also think it was like politically relevant to because ted cruz. His initial statement about it was a lie when he said i'm coming back right away and heidi saying three hundred dollars there. It's like they. God the leaked. And i think i think the cruises deserve so much worse than that. Even thank you so much for playing along with us on that last one in for giving us great advice other three guys well. That's it for today. Come back join us on monday. 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162: My Sticky, Sticky Shoes: Thursday, October 8th 2020

The Morning Toast

51:25 min | 5 months ago

162: My Sticky, Sticky Shoes: Thursday, October 8th 2020

"Good morning millennials welcome back to the morning toast. Happy. Thursday. Hey Claude Hyatt. Hey jazz tax. durden. I'm doing good. I'm battling the common cold which I do believe I have bestowed onto you when we were together this weekend to me I'm a day behind you. We both have colds and they are far worse than I remember having X. Strange about getting a cold in the age of Covid is I feel as though as a society, we've all been doing our best not to get cove for the last six months and we forgot about just like other ailments like the common cold and I do believe that like being home so much. Really, lowered immunity like I was just not exposing myself to any sort of germs so when we did Go Away and last week was I. Feel like the real the first real week where like entered civilization again and I think that my immunity just got the best of me and I caught a common cold. Eight that the best to you A. A pro your. View. What's left? What's left tissues? Head so true I've tissues everywhere. That's the worst is hard. You know what? There's so many bad parts about having a cold, but I would say the absolute worst part is the red dry patch you get under your nostrils from blowing your nose so much. That dry patches like you get it when you're done blowing your nose and it's like a sign of achievement it's like we were over the hump. No I literally get it after like the third or fourth tissue of the cold. Oh, no mine comes talented the cold. It's like, okay. We don't have a cold anymore, but your nose hurts. No I get it like for the duration of the entire cold. So it's really just like a physical. Reminder that you're fighting the common cold. Yes I, agree with that and so cutting both battling the common cold. I think, I'm a day behind symptoms because that makes it clear that you gave it to me. What's crazy about the common cold in the age of corona is like. You don't want to appear to be sick. To Hold Elise like. This garching guys. Alley. During the podcast this week, I've been like muting myself like sniffling drinking water putting aquaphor on my nose just because like I don't want to appear sick because then it's like she was irresponsible she got code take no sweetie I just the common cold but I'm so sorry to have offended you. Yeah we just cut the common colds, but since I do have a cold. You know I might have my sticky shoes voice back. Jackie has a sexy voice I might be getting into some songs today must stick steak. And now that I have this like podcasts maker phone that looks like a recording Mike does have to grace you with some of my balance you are also going to grace s today you're emily in Paris thoughts I cannot wait to hear what you thought of this show I. Hope You guys were able to watch along with us because we will we recapping it at the end of this episode after the past five I just I need to know what Jackie thought like so terribly. Yeah we'll get into it and they have a lot of varying thoughts. I don't want to spoil it for anyone like my whole day was ruined show yesterday I think what actually like me I think it made me more sick. Well, so we'll get into it, but there's A. Lot of really good news today like I'm going to talk about more in aboard dying to talk about Sophia from call her daddy launching her own podcast. There's so much to do I just think it would I would love to sit here and dilly dally with you but I have not only the common cold but obviously my rda flare up so I think we should get into it. Oh they'd let's get right into to discuss. So without further ADO, here is the fast here are grabber eat here are the stories that you need to know before you wake up and take out of your morning. 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Wall is no longer this speaks SNL musical guests and his number one fan Jackie shine is really set by the news very the rising on furious like as everyone knows outrageous the story but when he talks about like I'm so sorry to the fans he's talking to me and you know what How about the rising country star posted an emotional instagram video from new. York City Hotel Room where he was preparing to go on the weekly show telling fans that he had received a call from the show informing him that he would no be able to play the APP Tober tens show because of covid nineteen protocols at snl he said he had not tested positive for Covid nineteen but quote my actions from this past weekend we're pretty short sighted and have obviously affected my long term goals and dreams he said referring to talks in recent days that children Wallin socializing in Alabama without a mask, a crowded bar and a house party. Yes. Oh I'm on Morgan Wallin tiktok videos of Morgan Wall and like always go viral on talk like he ends up at like he's like a kid in a Lotta ways you know he has a child in tough but he's like he's like a fifteen year old he goes out to bars and then like ends up at people's houses and like plays guitar for them and makes out with like it's crazy and this is not new if you're on Morgan Wallin Tiktok but this weekend I guess he just went on a rampage and there were so many talks of him literally just like making out with girls further Tiktok, it was kind of disgusting. But who am I to judge you know and of course, SNL has been like super careful with Kobe everyone who? An actor producer writer like they have to be quarantined for two weeks and so while he tested positive, he's tested negative for covert. It's like us we tested negative for Covid, but the incubation period is two weeks and the show was supposed to be the Saturday right? Yet. Also, I think it seems like it's not about whether or not he has it but just protocols were followed and it seems like that's the bare minimum that you have to do to be honest. These days I think allowing him to play without following protocol would allow anyone to come on without Allen Protocols and then that's where he got into trouble. I know they're trying they're trying to bring the show back in in person way and like. They have to go above and beyond like the last thing they want is Someone getting me all the time. So they need to take a stand and yes. So did I actually agree with SNL in the intense in the sense of not allowing him to come because there are protocols literally had one job he got out, which is like a musician's dream and you had one job and that was quarantine for two weeks and you didn't do it so you don't. Get the opportunity actually agree with that. But I'm just like reading people's reactions and I think like so many people are more angry at him like it for his personal choices in like seeing girls be even though he just had a baby and they're disappointed in him a better father when at the end of the day, like that's his personal business and like never going to judge anyone like. You don't know what's going on like I. Don't Judge People's like, okay. He wants to. He's a young famous celebrity and he's making out with girls like, oh, that's crazy like who fucking cares so like all these people who are like personally offended by him making out with people because he has a baby momma at home like get off your fucking high horses. That's not what's going on here. I'm mad at him because now, we cannot see him perform SNL and all you have to stay in your Fancy Hotel Room in new. York City for two weeks that someone else was paying for and I just don't know how you couldn't do that like that is annoying. Yeah I don't care what his personal life looks like. I, actually don't even know what it looks like I'm just truly a fan of the music wasn't really massive Zach but yeah, this is there you had one job you didn't do. It S SNL wants to be able to do live shows like these things are important and I wore he did say that Lauren said that they'll find a way to reschedule it at another time. So I'm going to hold onto that Morgan Molin Phantom. Upset. I won't be watching him this weekend in that like his career won't be popping off this weekend. But it's not gonNA happen. So yeah, also is that I just hope that eventually it does I can wait as a Morgan Wallin Fan. I'm also annoyed that this is probably going to cause him. He said he's going to take a step back from spotlight and just like reevaluate some of his choices like especially in his personal life was a great not only do we not get you on SNL you're taking a break like when are we going to get new music? Everything's going to be delayed now because you're taking a break No no no no I feel like he needs taking a break from partying. Now. Said from his music is what heals the Soul Neil. But he can be writing new music in the studio and that's not in the spotlight. In fact, that's exactly what he's probably GonNa do improbably means more music in better music. Better best more to what needs but here's my question. How did the place him? Because whoever is gonNA perform has to also have been quarantined for two weeks. So what are the odds that there's a musician in New York who's been quarantined for at least a week? Odds are they're there I feel like they might. They could maybe find someone. Or they just forego a musician I. Don't think it's a big deal though be created they did zoom episodes our garbage few weeks like very nature phone. They can forego musician that would just be I honestly I watch SNL for the monologue and for the music like the skits are good too. I also really like those like pre recorded commercials as are my favorite. But I really tune in the end is gone. Those are good I like that I tune in for two. This is a bummer look say we'll be tuning in what are you doing? Saturday. Night I'll be paid who was this array I would watch her monologue and stuff on Youtube. It was bill burr. It's bill. Burr. Morgan Wallin Oh. Yes and then Sarah and Justin Bieber. Yeah. Next yet I'll just catch up in quarantine. So I have so much time guys don't worry about how or when I'm GonNa find the time Oh my God i have to say something. I meant to say this in the Intro, but there's like a major personal life update for me happening and it's like it's killing me to not be able to share it Oliver Social Media. What is it? So I found out yesterday from. My sources in my apartment building. Excuse me cry I. Cry. I found shave from some sources in my building. I'm really like the eyes and ears at my building. I'm like the gossip girl I always know what's going on I found out through my eyes and ears but then also I physically saw there is a major I would say a plus plus plus list celebrity. Staying in my building for the time being she's going through some personal things, I did see her with my own eyes I asked all the staff about her I. got you know as much information as they could I am dying to her but I have heard that she's a little scary. I'm dying to share on social media who it is like get some advice, but I don't want to That's just like a breach of privacy like I would never do that. But I just feel like the fact that I know she's here like. I feel like I'm holding onto the biggest piece of gossip like. You I'm so sorry to bubble. Do you not think it's a big deal. Know who really don't a really tone in like I'm released shocked that like you are social by this Oh my God I can't believe you're not. So shift this literally facetime to all of us yesterday to tell us like nobody. I think it's like the Basil I feel like this is probably the most famous person I will ever come in contact with ever. It's just I don't. So I think you've already come in contact with morphine as people no. No. I totally disagree like this is a level of fame. That's just so astronomical that like I, I was shocked I really was like I was totally shook and I've been like walking around the building like my trash just like looking for her but I don't think she hangs out in the trash room unfortunately but I just wanted it to be known on the record I have an amazing piece of gossip and check tell you guys but I can't 'cause it's word. Yeah, it's definitely rude but I, feel like you should try and be normal and like introduce her with Theo and that might be a good jumping off point. Yes I've actually thought in my mind like if we do end up in the elevator together like what do I say I was literally in the bathtub last night practicing like like they were there was no script and I think that's really important when you meet a celebrity to establish some sort of like. Middle ground like a mutual friend just like you're not like a crazy fan and I feel like me living in the building like makes me a little bit normal but I think that if we had a mutual friend, it would be even more. So I called all my contacts last night and I found that I do have a mutual friend with this person. So I have the whole plan script if I ever see I'm gonNA invite her over for drinks and like. So I'm going to be. Cigarette. And then someone's GonNa. Show her this episode I know I was debating bringing it up because like I'm so insane in my mind I'm like, oh I, actually, I'm going to become best friends with her like that. So it's going to happen. And so I should not talk about it on the podcast because we probably are going to become lifelong friends after this and I think it would be weird but then it settled in it's like we're probably never even gonNA. Meet and then I would have wasted a great podcast opportunity and work comes I it does work over life. So here I am I will never say who it is because it's just not nice but it's really good. Okay. Well, good luck to you I. Hope this becomes a great friendship and then we'll delete this episode. Yes. Of course, by the way, you guys if this episode ever mysteriously disappears like please don't question it just move on with your life just no doing it for personal gain and just just no you're in on the secret and just don't bring it up like tweeted or anything. Yeah thanks is. Okay I ready understanding. I ready. Yes. I'd much of your ready. Among one hundred percent ready. Because X call her daddy hosts Soviet Franklin is launching a silent. Already. After the job with Barstool Sports, the afraid the former host of the popular podcast daddy is now the host of her own podcast called. So Theo with an f. she posted on instagram about her new Solo podcast saying aback Lincoln Bio subscribes lutes. A Promo for the podcast released on September twenty ninth includes multiple voices saying Franklin quote got greedy is a snake ruined her career and more insults, many of which likely have been posted on social media in the five months since the drama ensued that after all of those stunning reviews, Sophia says. So what I'm getting you guys want to hear more for me you'll be tired canary. Soon The trailer was very funny I love someone who can poke fun at themselves and I feel like I'm definitely and you and I are both definitely in the minority when it comes to this call her daddy situation because I don't take any sides like I think both girls did what they thought was best for themselves. I can respect that but anyone was and what was probably desperate themselves. But like where I feel like it's so things got unfair is the way that the audience kind of turned on sophie and like I was even reading her and I know that they're upset because like its your favourite show, it was going so good like why did you but I can't blame someone for trying to better themselves and I don't find that being greedy I just find it being like business savvy. People don't agree with people. Literally, this is one of the things like people cancel us for like our opinion. But I'm yeah, I'm. I'm tried and true in my opinion I think Alex did what was right for her and she's going to be very successful. She is very successful and in that Sophia was trying to do what was right for her and somehow it got turned into like this terrible thing where she's like a greedy loser who does what her man tells her to do when in reality if I was in that situation, I would have done exactly the same thing that Sophia did like step-by-step. Yeah but I think that you know. The way the story is told it's it's really just there's two sides to every story. So I hope that her first episode like she'll maybe explain her side I'm not really sure how much people even care to sell hear about it but. For just I'd WANNA. See her move on. But if I were her, I would feel the need to clear my name because the things that were being about her relationship so crazy and I don't know in the first episode is going to come out but hopefully soon, the at the PODCAST is writing number one overall in the podcast store. So that bodes well for her. So I was reading the comments I was just like I'm so fascinated by this story I just think it's like the most interesting thing that really happened this year I I really believe that like on both sides I do I really feel feel that way. And it was reading the comments and it's just like to me I. Everyone can disagree on like canceled Shirk Accountability Culture. But at the end of the day, like Sophia is a really great example of why canceled culture is so toxic because she got like fucking annihilated online worse than I've seen like anyone and if we're really going to take perspective and like let's take inventory like. What did she do? Wrong she she made personal business decisions that people didn't agree with like that's insane. I can understand wanting to cancel someone whom said something that was offensive or it came out that was the sit something that was kind of taken out of context. I can totally understand how people would be angry WANNA cancel and ruin that person's life but you want to cancel and ruined the life and say Such mean things about a girl who literally built a podcast with friend from scratch it became the biggest female parts in the world and they didn't know what to do and they had different ideas about how to take the business next. So they parted ways like that's what we're canceling people for now the comments were sold on her instagram like I just couldn't believe it and I'm like what I I totally understand like. Being a fan of a podcast and being so upset that like it's over like the the glory days call her daddy with the two of them being that will never happen again and it must be very upsetting as call her daddy van I one, hundred percent feel that. But like can we just take stock of what's going on like literally the biggest cancellation of this is for like a girl who literally was just trying to like do what she thought was best for her. Paid for the work that she does it's just so crazy. So when when we're discussing this, I would just like everyone to keep that in mind like I, feel like she's been like bullied online more than like. You know someone who has tweets exposed like she's being put in that category when she does not deserve it. Yeah. Yeah no I I agree with you and I think that has. All the time I guess it's been around five months. People might have like softened towards her and the situation because when things like pop off and there's all these beams and take talks in Mike everyone is just like you know merch is being so bad. So easy to get caught up in it but I think there's like time passes like I hope that people perspective and they're like we what were we doing? and. At the end of the day, like call her daddy became as big as it is because of both of them, like I know everyone's like Alex said the editing for sure Alex's carrying more of the weight but there was a a formula like they were both really integral parts of the success of the show. So call her daddy is now enormous and Alex, is doing amazing things and I think that's Sophea we'll probably do the same I. Think there are people who always thought they were so in their friend group and then there were girls who always thought they were the Alex in their friend group and like you love Alex you love. Alexey. Likes Sophia. I don't know if this podcast is going to change many hearts and minds. Yeah not unless she has new information about what went down that would. Crack the thing wide open but. One that I don't think anyone's expecting that nobody even if she did have a major bombshell that like turns this entire thing on its side so much time has passed like I. Don't think people care anymore and I think that people who made up their minds during the the height of the drama, their minds they can't be changed anymore like it's so so much time has passed. I don't know you think that, and then these things happen all the time and it's like just the scales just keep to tipping. Yeah. That's true. So we'll see I'm excited sanity our first episode me too. And like what the format is GonNa be yet like what what is it going to be like a sex show look what's IT GONNA be about? Yeah. I mean I think so feel with an F. I think the F. Sans for buck. Okay next up so exciting news Ebony K Williams joins real of New York as the first black cast member. Wow. I mean, there's been a lot of rumors about this. There has been, but now it is signed sealed delivered Ebony Williams has been tapped to join the beloved Bravo Reality Show as its first blast black cast member reported quote New York City is. Filled with successful and dynamic black women I'm excited to join this legendary franchise as the first black housewife Williams said in a statement can't can't wait to share a slice of life in this city that hasn't been seen before anyone who's aware of my work knows I don't hold back. I'm going to keep it just as real here as I do everywhere else. while. This is exciting. There's been a lot of rumors about. Who Extra Haas of New York is going to be and whether or not it'll be a person of color and there were lots of names being thrown out and I hadn't heard that it was going to be Ebony Williams. But now that is like I will be following on instagram. This is exciting like I I. and. We've been talking a lot about housewives won't. Get into it too much but. Because the you could, as you can see from how much we've been talking about it like this is really a transformative in transitional time for the housewives franchise I. Just think this is like a really big deal. Yes. So there have been like a lot of sources saying and people that might be cast members, but this is confirmed and I hope that they're already filming it and I really look forward to seeing what she brings to the show and also for. The show's sake they need some change and so I think this is great news all around and also puts to bed what we've been talking about where the show is going to go. Well. But that's my other concern is while this is a great step in the right direction I don't know if it's enough. I. Think we need like literally two more cast members like we were down to five by the end like Tinsley gone now Durand is gone. So that's Four so it's just it's still not enough women. Yeah maybe they'll be new cast members announced as the season progresses you never know what would your thoughts be on them bringing back? Heather Thomson. I would be here for it. I. Really Liked Her I. don't even look. I don't think she's the answer. Honestly I think she's just a great girl like someone I would want to be friends with but I, don't think she's like a great housewife obviously. Yeah I feel like I liked her better off the show as like a Bravo Fan and former housewife then I did on the show but I really did like her on the show and I don't know I. She may not be the answer, but she may be part of the solution I'm just saying. Yeah. I think that if they really want to shake things up in like have a successful season, they need to bring maximum barshop. I. I couldn't agree more. I'M NOT GONNA. Lie I think that's very very well put and finally I'm glad that respect is finally being put on Sunday Barshop Name Yeah, I'm happy for you that that's what's happening. Next story some more exciting news doc- Schroeder. Mary's Fiance Bob Clark quote I am so proud to be your wife. So Sassy and got married yesterday it would have been their wedding day in. Italy and instead of waiting to get married, they got married still yesterday we'll take a backyard wedding and they're going to do a big wedding next year in Italy it seems yes. It looks like they basically got like legally married. and. I've been saying all along because like this. The topic of like corona brides has been such a big part of. This year and I'm grateful that wasn't a bride because I feel like it's a really hard spot to be in. But if I was I, probably would have done something similar to this like. Four the actual formality of the wedding I would just get it out of the way because I would want to start my life with Ben. But like actual party like a party can wait but I don't know if I would want to wait to start my marriage. Yes no I agree I think that this really sweet thing to do we know some people who are doing it this way other people who are postponing the whole thing and I think there's no right or wrong thing to do but I think it's always exciting when people find love and get married I. Agree. She looked super q in her like pregnancy wear very Kim Kardashian on her second pregnancy, which was like, Tonos Trench Coats and tight body contract is which is such a fabulous. Maternity trend I just hope it's still in style by the time like I'm pushing. Know. Yeah, I think you could bring back and style if it happens to go out the out the door and you know what's great about being someone who's never in style I don't follow any trends like wear whatever I want when I want because I've never I. Know People have tried to label me as a passion East but I won't let them. Yet because you're maxine Easter is what. I'm. Not GonNa lie I'm such maxine stop. Ad Campaign now it's so studying like I want to be a maximum Easter. Doesn't TV lacks an Easter I don't know crazy people also. Also. For Vendor rurals fans, you'll be happy to that Chris doty was at Sassy sweating after all. Just, all of the back and forth, it just seems so strange to me that like after enduring like the last two, Very C. Plus seasons of Vin or pump roles so much is happening right now like all these gender reveals the baby announcements, this backyard wedding honestly all the drama with Stasi like whether or not you like her you can't argue that it would it make interesting TV like now, all these interesting things are happening and there's not a camera incite yet. So Chiro also apparently there's drama between China and the girls have even seen this. I've been seeing some drama between Sheena and law I don't know enough about it like I feel like. I actually feel bad for Sheena that's what I will say. To be honest, let's not forget when law came and all the girls were. So mean to her and she was the first one to be her friend, and then Lau I got so cool. 'cause she was like hanging out with Randall and Martin Scorsese and then all the rest of the cast came around, and now she's like best friends with everyone but encina. Sat. That birthday party at the upstairs at the bar crying saying I know like I'm GonNa, lose you to allow because all the cool girls now. So I'm just I don't know what went on in the fight and I can't take sides because I don't know anything but I just I'm starting off the the process of learning about it by saying I feel bad for China. Yeah. I think when you look at it like that it's obvious. It's easy to say to cheat for the cool kids table but I don't think that that's what happened really post something on her instagram. So I guess like she was going through a lot. But she miscarried Ed she wanted to be there for her and there was like one night where lawler was going to dinner and Send Cup over after she does boyfriend was golfing and Lala. Sheena felt like lawler wasn't there for her in La posts something under instagram. She was like she like decides how she wants you to react to something and that is disappointed when you don't react not exact way. I really can understand that I think that's something that some people do that is so frustrated. Let people be they are you have an expectation that like seven reacting the exact way that you want them to then to be upset when they don't like you're just setting yourself up for failure and I do think that that is as problem. Okay. Well, I will learn more about it. Doe Need Okay, fit in final story some exciting news for both of us because for you Jordin sparks working on new music and. She's working on do Christmas music. Oh, honestly this is good news for me but it's unbelievable news for men I have to let him know he is during the sparks is number one fan and you know what I do love Jordin sparks but I tell you what I think of when I think of Jordin sparks traumatizing story. So when I was in college and I had just started like doing girl with no job stop and I had like one hundred thousand followers and I was like getting invited to cool things but I was also working full-time and going to. Class as a college student. So I had a lot of my plate and got invited to this. Soul cycle events hosted by Jordin sparks in honor of her new song, and like it was such a big deal to be invited, I couldn't believe it or not invited to like a celebrity like real thing that I don't even like soul cycle but I was gonNA find a way to go. It was like a soul cycle class with Jordin sparks and. I was at my internship and I was like so scared how a bag full of clothes I left during my lunch break to go to this solar cycle class did soul cycle in the middle of my day and then went back to work but I was like it's worth it. I'll just like meet Jordan sparks, take picture, and then like run out on so I get him my workout clothes I run across town on my lunch break. Go into soul cycle and Jordin sparks did not show up someone from her record label. It'd be like, Gordon come and I was like, are you fucking kidding me I was so upset I like literally ran back across town to get back to my desk and while I'm happy for her she's releasing new music I just want her to know that she hurt me. Okay We'll maybe she can mend that relationship with you by releasing Christmas music. I'm open to all right. I'm so sorry that that happened to you. It was. So you know the feeling like when you're leaving work like you're scaping. With closed, it was just so dramatizing. Yeah. No, I honestly don't know how you can get past that I was GonNa say you need to forgive him forget but like some things just stick with you know clearly this was Lydia two, thousand and thirteen. That's crazy and I was so honored to have been invited and like I even went to soul cycle for Jordin sparks. I don't do cell cycle for a celebrity. Of course I would. Well. She's working on new music for the maybe that's what she was doing. She was so busy during our social cycle about. So she said, I, think this is the first time I'm saying loud but I'm finally working on Christmas music and so I'm very excited for people to be able to hear that I was born December twenty second Christmas is like in my veins so I cannot wait for everybody to hear what I've been working with that. That's very exciting. Jordan cannot wait for you to release some bangers. This is going to be a good holiday season, I feel like a lot of people are just like board need to make money. So they're going to be putting at Christmas music. We know that Carrie Underwood is putting on a Christmas album now Jordin sparks I feel like there's going to be a lot of. Holiday just in the air. Tisza motherfucking season y'all to the mother Buchan season which yes. Like lactobacillus still spooky season, which isn't my favorite of the seasons but one cent November. I hit. Decca motherfucking halls y'all spooky season isn't not my favorite season one because it's like the surplus of candy everywhere is just such a nice thing I wish we kept that year round like their Asian be bowls of candy in every major like residential and commercial lobby. I just don't know why it's not a part of everyday life but. I I don't mind spooky season, but there's definitely something about that November December season where it's like life is just. Amazing yet no, but there are some people who? Season to them is like what the holiday season is to me like. Yet. They watched that movie with the bowl. The bogus, they mix hocus pocus Yup. And they just they watch like the twenty five days countdown to Halloween afraid for like. Really. Really. And I love that for them it's just not in my beans. It is so not in my veins but again so happy for people who experienced the joy of spooky season. Yes of course. So happy for them like peas, Elizabeth By, who like their aesthetic is like they wanna live in Halloween town. Yeah, exactly. Their aesthetic that in hocus pocus. Let's into TV recap. I'm just dying to hear your thoughts on emily in Paris are TV segment is brought to you by new x our favorite CD company that we've gotten so much positive feedback for. So in case you guys missed it and you want to get the code. Now that new x is the most fabulous beauty company, their mission is to provide their customers with. The highest quality products at a reasonable price? 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Relax Okay Emily Harris Darren Star's latest show Netflix's starring Lily Collins I have so many thoughts overall on a rating out of ten I gave it a six out of ten if you had to rate it, what would you give it A six hundred spare. It's. Tough because if this show came out a year ago, it would be one of my favorite shows unfortunately for emily in Paris I have no time for this policy anymore like yeah. Watching the show even if it came out in March when we were desperate for content clear that it was filmed like before quarantine started if it came out in March check, it would have. Brought such as spring my step but it coming out in October twenty twenty after everything that we've been through, it's like I can't watch this girl go and be embarrassing in Paris like I just I don't have the time for it and I still love like shows that are escape her shows. That support you but I didn't feel that this show did that it was like too close to reality while just watching this girl be stupid and you know what? Like? We're so far past that. Yes. So where what my major problem is with the show and I think part of why Darren Stars. So successful as his protagonists are always really complex like I, you can't help a really compare everything he does to sex and the city and like carry the whole show was so successful is because yes, carry was this fabulous fashionable whatever but she was deeply flawed. So like when she fucked up were embarrassing things happen to her it made sense like she really carried. That whole like fabulous personality and also that like nutjob loser personality really well, and where I felt the show was flawed. Lily Collins was supposed to be like this Courese Lake you know young girl and I just didn't get that like lily. Collins is so perfect and her outfits were so perfect in everything was perfect. Perfect perfect that like when she got sprayed with the paint, I'm like I know we were supposed to be like, oh, she's so embarrassing I just wasn't getting that like humility from her do you know what I mean? Honestly I think you're looking so deep intended to. Get it's like now required but yeah, I don't like. I'm sorry. Let me tell you why it's required. Because the show should be on believable Paris Netflix's Budget Lily Collins French Gabrielle like h should have been literally the most unbelievable show in the world but something wasn't adding up and I think it was the fact that Lily Collins is too good and serious of an actress to play something like silly like this I think that they were trying so hard on every front like that girl her best friend. I'm blanking on her name who was the me I love favorite character loved her but they literally almost ruined the entire franchise when they made her sing and that's in she is she played Gretchen wieners on mean girls on Broadway and like she's a huge Broadway star and she's incredibly talented and they set her up for failure like both singing scenes like they really thought they were. Doing something like however was doing. This was like this is GonNa be like Ben Platt singing the in the politician they thought they were fucking doing something and they nearly destroyed an entire show. It was Joe I disagree I actually liked the scenes where she saying, I mean the Rose can't be sung in in a contemporary way anymore ever since Lady Gaga did on stars born so like I didn't love that choice it like I love this song, but it's just it's too big of a song like when she sang chandelier like Oh i I liked it that didn't bother me hate at all the grow show is that it has no depth like highs no soul there's and I think emily as the main character like so annoying and cringing so perfect like overachiever. That's not my kind of girl and all the stuff with the work like the fact that she got that fragrance to be the fragrance for a hotel chain should set her up for life like they shouldn't. But that was just like one thing. Okay. I'll be a little less meaning than after that like she fox up one thing with Pierre Trudeau. Signed who they never would have signed that she didn't go to the ballet. And she gets fired. So on the one hand I hated emily and like her work ethic but on the other hand like I hated the French office people even more because they were. So fucking me. I agree and it was like. They were really trying to juxtapose Parisian Culture American culture and when the guy was like Americans live to work whereas Parisians work to live and I get there's definitely a culture difference between the two but I don't know if they really nailed that and I thought that the stuff was actually really infuriating I would agree there were some parts of it that I loved like when she went to the vineyard and accidentally slept with the girl sixteen year old brother that was funny and that's like Darren Star at its at its best like. Like just nuts. But like here's why the show was confusing because you watch it and you're like, wow, this is like such a great family friendly show and then she's having phone sex and like you see her boyfriend's testicle on. The phone. So I'm like there was just like weird droplets of like saks which felt weird for lily Collins and it felt weird in the show because the show was giving me like hallmark vibes. Yeah I wouldn't describe the shelves family friendly but I agree every time there was like a big sexual innuendo it does feel weird for Billy Collins but I think ultimately they found the right balance of sexual activity. Yes. But yeah, it was just. I don't know it was it was it was really hard for me to get through just like it felt like nonsense to me like there was. There was nothing like a lovable about it or about her and nothing really endearing I don't know I agree like. Under different circumstances, like this could have been the best show the next gossip girl like every. I obviously loved her out. It's like the settings were studying. There Inc. social media had the potential to be the show of. Generation Yup. But it didn't hit me like this social media I saw your stories I completely totally agree why does Need to be a Hashtag the photos that she's supposed to remedy this concept it's actually kind of brilliant one the concept she's becoming an influencer Paris. Yeah. To towing the line between working for a marketing company and being influencer like that's actually a real legit sort of conflict that I think that they didn't pretty good job with but like she wore the cutest fucking off into every single day not one. Oh. Okay. So that was my thing and I think so too by halfway towards the end, I actually really started to like the show and I'm really excited for second season and I thought that like some things they completely nailed like the street art like doing the PR, cadeau prank like that totally happens at Paris fashion week I think they really nailed some of the influence or things, but some of the social media shit was so fucking cringe that in order for them to have a second season, they have to bring on a social media consultant like. I would happily be this person because emily. Is. So pretty so cute somehow literally has a national bag every day like lives in the nicest area in Paris, but is literally like an intern. Okay. and. How it really would happen. It was the story as she moved to Paris and started a blog like that. Totally what happened that like the blog blows up and literally be like in the park asking strangers to take pictures for her like that's our thing. She never can find anyone to take a picture for her like there's so much more that can be done with the whole implements thing and I actually think that was probably. The cringe but also the most interesting part of the show and if done properly like I I, think that it actually could be really funny and interesting even when she went to that beauty event like an all those like influencers like. influencers don't use selfie sticks, but like I understand. That yet it's not that extreme but they actually did sort of like hit the nail on the head people just like lining up to take pictures and. I thought that part was well done. Yeah. So I feel like I would really like to see second season where they lean into that like, and then all the opportunities she gets like that's actually a fascinating show and I feel like sorry to keep comparing it to sex in the city but like when sex and the city like being sex columnist was the hottest job in the world, and now it's like twenty years later being implements or like in Paris fashion influence like that's a fabulous job. Yeah just can't get like her boss I think they were trying to make her like the French. EAT MARANDA priestly. Oh, I thought they were trying to be like, eat it her vogue editor. Oh. No, she didn't have such a big role I didn't think of sex in the city once by the way and I. Thought. I thought of younger too because now she's going between Gabrielle and match you. The older peer Jo guy and then like the younger hotter chef and it's like just Josh. And I'm still team old man. I always team all D- Man Alway Matt's US God she doesn't go to. fucking with her same bars I thought. But whatever like if she knows danger pay, they're taking the train, you can't take a true if she doesn't go I'll be furious with like that. I tweet where he picked her up on the boat like, are you nuts? Neo She's not an also like the storyline of her and Gabrielle and like what a terrible friend she is like she wants to have a crush on Gabriela Dobie. So close with comey like it's not. Really. Bothering me like that was just really morally corrupt and I feel like Emily Emily holds herself to a higher standard and emily's biggest professional accomplishment was getting the fragrance inside though so tells which she wouldn't have done if. I didn't invite her to that gallery opening where she met the hotel year. So she really needs to put some respect on candy's name and stop fucking around with her boyfriend. Yeah. Like just step away. It's fine. You don't. You could there's a million other Frenchmen link. That, are interested in you. Yeah. All in all the show was fine. The first season in there even the first season of sex city is absolutely horrifying like it's fine. I really if anyone who works near the show was listening like you must bring on like an actual person who knows about social media and you must like an invest in that story line because it's actually really interesting and you could be onto something. Also. Just make sure that Emily Chooses Michio. Yeah. I. Really Hope She chooses Matthew. She is on tonight and we're going to recap. All of that. Yeah I was tomorrow. Tomorrow is our last show week. So anything you want to say before we wrap up No I mean, I think emily. Paris. For me was also made smaller by the fact that I watched it sandwiched in between a place to call home. Yes. Just becoming like this incredible precious gem of a show to me giants where I'm headed I'm on the same journey. Only related laissez you wanted to talk about mad that you WanNa talk on the air because Literally Madman has always been so good but I don't even know what episode I'm on might be on like season three or four. I got to I. Think I'm actually in the middle of four I got to like the most amazing part of madman less night where spoiler alert. Sterling Cooper Draper Pryce all leave when they get acquired, and then like Joan comes back and that Guy Freddie Rumson comes back and then fucking betty draper gets Henry Francis and they move in together and she gets divorce and Donna's leaving the sad life. It's so weird because like in this show you root for don so hard professionally like you want him to win. He's the best guy in business he wants the clients, he gets the account but. In his personal life like you just want to win and I just want petted Yappy and Betty fucking one she won. Did. They move to that house yet? No, but don in the process of kicking them out because it had to be out by October first. So don't speak on anything. That's fine. It wasn't going to be a spoiler and so late price just fired them. Yes. Lane price fire. Great scene and they moved into their new office. It's just funny. How like all these ancillary characters come into madman and you think they're not going to be important. But then they end up like you just end up falling in love with that falling in love with them and they become like so integral. Yay also I feel like in the beginning when the firm was sterling cooper like would always be externally cooper sterling cooper end eventually becomes Sterling Cooper Draper Pryce stir like like. You get. So used to the name of the firm just when you think like this is exactly how it's supposed to be like a study well, because then like Pete Campbell, he says, he'll go with them but he wants his name in the title. So Campbell is not gonNA fit Sterling. Cooper. Campbell. Yeah No, that's where they travel. You're right and that's the other thing I've actually come to love p Campbell and Allison Brie like they're just so like they're so loser e but they like own it. You don't even get. Yeah. pecan. Like eventually stopped trying to be something that he's not just sort of lean leans into who he is and his strengths which. He becomes a man you can report. Yeah I'm just like I need a spin off of betty like when she's in that car, she's still married to don she meets up with him in a parking lot. It's literally like illicit affairs playing by Taylor swift and I just like I just want her to have the most fulfilled personal life and she's just been neglected for. So long when she found the box and she found out his name was Dick I'm like guys screen get the fuck out like she is just she went from being like so pathetic to being. The. Modern woman we needed. Yeah. She's not going to journey. So yes. So call me when you know don't tell me but if things don't work out with Henry Francis like I'm literally stopping the show. And tell you. Oh my God himself sat because Henry Francis. So cute like you think she can't. She think she can't do better than don draper the most handsome man Madison Avenue than she ends up with like not more handsome Gaza Fox governor who's very wealthy promises to take care of her kids like. What's it like to be so beautiful and like men just like want to take care of you. What is like? She's yeah. So fucking beautiful. Yeah, just. GonNa tell all say Okay and you don't know anything I buy like you think you'd think you know what's about to happen you. A wow. Okay. Yeah So I think that that is all she wrote because she needs to cope. Go knows. Thank you so much for listening to the morning some money a morning show where we'll. Scratch up. 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"What's up everyone? It's chicks in the office with reenfry and giving you that Friday energy on a Monday. It is a marvelous Monday indeed, and while we're still on the m words, let's talk about macy's macy's is our favorite places shop I actually put in a nice big order today for macy's versus hard against and sweaters more slippers because I feel like you can never have enough right now some cute. Gene sweatshirts just really trying to get into my fall and winter clothes by by trying to figure out what's what's the style these days, and I'm doing it all with macy's I'm loving everything. Of course, I can't wait to get also over the knee boots I got three pairs because you never know which one you're going to need to match which outfit I got Cheetah print I got black I got Baid. Cheetah print I was feeling. I got you to print and we just absolutely love macy's my right friend. You are so right we absolutely do. 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There's not a as as much going on around the city. So just had a pretty fun casual. Weekend nothing honestly nothing really to share IDA weird revelation because I did. This is kind of like one of the first full weekends of like being back in Manhattan back in my apartment and I. Like. I don't know I knew this was happening, but it took me to really be here. Realize that like. A majority of my friends are not here anymore. And I know people are saying that. So many people are moving out of New York and I have argued again against that because yes, are some people. But there's plenty of people who have stayed however specifically my group of girlfriends. A majority of them are now God's. I had a moment where like you know Joe it asked me Y'all like Saturday afternoon what my what my friends were up to or if anyone was around and I was like. Honestly. They don't live here anymore. That's sad. It was sad moment how I know it was but other than that. Nice a nice weekend. It was beautiful outside. So I feel like it was a nice weekend to Kinda get outside and walk around and whatnot. Absolutely. You had a nice girls trip last weekend so. Time with them, you're not not seeing them. So that's good I feel like we had the same type of weekend show relaxing it's beneficially four days since I've been on off while it's GonNa be five off. Twitter instagram and I feel like I have completely new person switched my life around like i. feel fantastic a large improvement to what I've been feeling lately I makes a big difference I haven't gone too deep into how badly I've been feeling on this podcast I. Don't WanNa. Bring anybody down I feel like everyone is dealing with their own in some way. But I was really really really down like worse than I've ever been for the past few weeks, I would even say months. And I. A lot better like I feel the best I have felt in weeks today. So that is what I want to bring to this Monday motivational Monday so listen, I'm going to be cheesy. I know this is this is weird coming from me. I don't even necessarily like it but since Monday is the worst day of the week by far why not be positive? You know why? fucking not why are we going to be negative? So for motivational Monday I have one thing I want to say everybody I'm going to do this every Monday one thing short sentence. Listen I know this isn't like me. You're going to do this every. Monday I'm GonNa do this every Monday as well as long as I'm happy. Say I'm like Shit probably won't do it but I'm feeling good today and I wanNA spread that positively. Beautiful and you are all unique in your own way including you, Francesca. Well, thank you. That's very nice and I just want a great message because I think. I think too many. People want to. Be like other people and not just be. The person that they are. So I like that exactly that was the sentiment behind it because with social media I, feel like I have been always just comparing myself to other people and wind to be something I'm not or whatever. It is always being like, why don't I look like that person? Why don't I have like boobs like that are but like this or like why vs look like this? Why is my nose look like that? Like I actually listened to Emma Chamberlain who I really never really watch any of her stuff but or listen to her but I did this weekend and she had a podcast is she put out and it was why do I hate? Myself, so much I listen to it because it was exactly what I was feeling and she pointed out so many things that I thought I was alone with like when I look in the mirror. I just literally just I won't find anything positive I look in the mirror and I want to find something to hate about it right like I look at my face and I'm like, Oh, I start complaining about whatever it is but then two seconds later I'm back on social media like posting self as if I didn't hate myself two minutes ago and I thought it was like this weird like back and forth and she talked about dealing with the same thing but why what? Ourselves we're all different beautiful unique in each in our own way. So that's my message for motivational Monday now. Cheesiness I WANNA talk about. A new Hawkeye crushed that I have Usually. Usually we're talking about the same old Harry Styles, we love Harry Yep. True. We does we love like Chris Evans Chris Evans. Yes. Number one Chris. We have not shown this any love I don't even think we've ever talked about him one time. I want to is. Can you take a guess? I your guess. Is it. How did this come up? Like? Was it something you were watching or water night? Just tell you I watch I wanna I WANNA get. Okay fine. We'll do you want to know the movie Gimme a hint okay. Fine this is going to give it away. It's not even the movie I watched, but the social network. Oh I know because I jumped in our heard you talking about him before I thought. Okay. Thank armie Hammer. I. Talk. Okay. Yes. armie Hammer. Where have you been all my life? Why have I paid no attention to Armie Hammer. This is a good time for you to jump in on Armie. Hammer, because there's a lot of good gossip juice like with him and you know he just got divorced and I was like there's a lot of gossip around armie hammer these days and I just haven't been paying damn enough to armie Hammer because I was watching I watched the social network fairly recently within the last few weeks and I remember being like ten. The wink of twins are fire and when I was younger was Andrew Garfield when I watched Garfield, didn't really think about the winkle boss twins this weekend I watched nocturnal animals with Amy Adams Jake Dylan? Hall. And armie hammer and when armie hammer came on screen my job drops by this man is beautiful. Haven't been giving him enough credit. So just WANNA give credit to Armie. Hammer. For being damn pretty and a good actor. I also need to watch call me by your name with him. In Timothy Shamal Chalamet because I feel like I would love that movie I feel like I would love it. So. Monday man crush. To Stop at the end. I think that might be some good like blind items gossip about him. I feel like he's Kinda Creek. I don't know why feel like Armie Hammer's kind of a freak now. You might have been like a little bit of a shocking kind of a possible womanizer situation I. Might have been like some cheating rumors with the with the ex wife. But now there's like drama with the ex wife because his Wi- like she has she's been out of the country I believe and they were trying to figure out custody of their child and it's GonNa be. You can take a look at what's been going on. Because I can't even explain it. I haven't even read too much about it. I just see I've just seen some headlines about him fighting with the wife. Oh God, I know maybe I don't WanNa don't WanNA stand about Armie Hammer I. Feel I. It's funny because I'm acting like I just discovered hammer he people have loved him for so long I like but I just wanted to give him some credit. I two more things that I want to talk to you about Francesca. Do you speak dog? Do I speak to my dog in. English thinking they know. Do you speak dog meaning are are Two Year W my dog to your now never know. I. Speak I speak in. English to my dog thinking they understand what I'm saying but I don't I have never barked at my dog I suggest you try. I realize this weekend that I've been trying to talk to Norman English he clearly doesn't understand me. All of a sudden I was like, what if I what if I start barking at him start making noises? So I tested it out he when nuts started licking my face like crazy like his tail was wagging so much. He's licking my face. He was like finally she gets me she's. Like I he finally what I imagine in his head was like, thank God she's finally speaking by Wang Wage. been hearing gibberish and now it's weird but I start like barking at him and he loves it. He just like licking my face like crazy it makes him so happy I'll see I'll I'll try out but I feel like that might be enormous thing. Honestly honestly, I done. All if my if Mary has his own I'll. Start. Playing all. Making a growling noise. Circling back like thinks that I'm GonNa try to take his yes I've done that where like Tug a war with like if there's a rope and like Lola has the rope and she's pulling any G.'s growling, I'm playing her. Speaking their language exactly that yes I mean playing with them. Yes. I have done that not being like. Okay, we'll fluff will talk. Like that type of thing people are going to hate that they finally stopped hearing Norman Barking they're like now we as barking. The fuck. So I'm GonNa Right. I'll jot that jot down xmlc see my dogs all down China. Anyone out there try speaking dog to your non they'll go lick you and there like finally they get us. And the last thing I wanted to mention before topics was I feel like right now fall is a great. People get in the the cooking mode Thanksgiving's coming what what type of fall meals are we getting into and if you've been listening to this podcast for a while, then you know Fran and I are big soup supporters soup Laura how much soup have you been eating? You have no idea they're there. To become a the honest I probably have soup like. Six Times a week for at least like maybe sane amount of soup. No like. For a snack snack like I have cans of soup. In my apartment's I get soup delivered I had soup for lunch today French onion Jaja John inside my favorite I had soup. For lunch last week like there, it's really my go-to lunch almost every day. It's kind of the perfect launch right now the I bring it up is Saturday night I cook the best meal my life I made butternut squash soup homemade. And the things the soup did to my body tingles up and down I have I couldn't believe myself. I was like. You know how to make now. That's amazing. Thing to add to your resume of thanks. So, I want to share the recipe with everybody who wants get in the soup mode maybe just be ordering soup and yet ever tried making homemade soup yourself. I wouldn't call myself a chef chef reread that's not that's not me. This was so easy sounds like you already have a name for yourself though. When I'm in the kitchen I wouldn't call myself chef very. But like if I were to call myself something, it won't be chef free it would be an I do act like I'm in the kitchen when I'm cooking. But that's besides the point go to give me some oven dot com. And then just type in butternut squash soup and they tell you all different ways to make it because if you have a crock pot pie or cooking on the stove. Highly. Suggest if you love a fall soup. Do. This recipe it was make this recipe was Oh my God mouth-watering like Soho could me and Hank eight at all Saturday night. Sunday, like so good. I'm GONNA give on. Because she does. Because yeah. butternut squash soup is a soup is kind of like at the bottom of soups for me. Yeah. Fortunately. But yeah, I feel like this one because it taught. You. I like hearty soups. Yeah. No like when there's stuff in them, I mean I know obviously like, French, onion there's not as much bread and cheese and onion but. Chicken Tortilla chicken noodle like lemon chicken like the the Greek. Soup that they make with the lemon I love that one But then I do love a good tomato a nice bisque. It's very similar. I feel very large better Obviously There's a lot of soups out there that I don't eat. LOBSTER bisque. INVESCO. The Best Lobster Bisque, not a not even. Not, even say I don't like butternut squash soup because like I said I really love all most soups, but it's definitely towards the bottom of my list. Will you eat butternut squash soup for lunch on Monday if I bring it for you? Will you try Yeah and Amish are who like if you don't like it I want you to tell me you don't like it. I've already I mean I already did the first step of that by tell you I don't. Live in. CARSOUP. That's fair enough and you know what? I'm ready to treat me like the Chop Kitchen Mike I'm saying treat me like your Alex in. You're judging me because okay on what he doesn't know that the judge but Yeah. That's that's my God night I live on French onion soup for lunch today now, thinking about having more soup. Why not just really love soup it's. Such. It's just it is really quite good. It is quite good. Everybody is definitely ordering soup now they're listening to how? They're getting it for launch everybody. For lunch the next meal I'm GONNA tackle is corn creme, Brulee. But we'll talk about that when we get there. That's going to be a little bit more difficult I just WANNA to start cooking for you guys you guys can. Be Great I wish like, I I was so much better when I wasn't in the city in my apartment, my kitchen is just not. equipped for cooking like gets like. My kitchen is. Like four feet by eight feet can really never senior apartments are. Really small. I mean. If you just I I'll she showing me okay. Beautiful Tour S. See that little rock. There you. Yeah that's it. That's an odd spends all. Yeah. That's in New York City apartment for you yup I got. I got a really tiny oven can't even really fit anything in there. So fit Elliot's Pizza. I got a toaster oven for that. Don't worry. That thank God. I was I was genuinely worried about worry about ads. All right. Well, I think time to get into the topic so because we have a shit ton to talk about. We Got Paris Hilton and Kim Kardashian Lorca Collab- for skims Justin. BIEBER released a new song music video called lonely and also appeared on Saturday night live Cardi B. went on instagram live and cleared up things about her offset and a nude picture league Kylie Jenner posted a photo with Travis Scott Emily in Paris. We're going to talk about that show on Netflix plus Lily Collins said, she thought Emily was twenty two years old much to dissect their demi. Levato is apparently talking to aliens Scott Disick with seeing out what they new girl, who is possibly a prostitute. So let's get into it starting off with Paris Hilton and Kim Kardashian. Right. Now it's Monday in you're thinking to yourself how do I get through the rest of the day I need Friday energy where do I get to energy from this podcast and also Monster Energy Ultra you know we love monster. Energy because there is zero sugar and it's really low in calories but it tastes amazing. They have to new flavors, the Ultra Rosa and the Ultra Fiesta, the ultra Rosa at tastes like a pink starbursts and it just has this really great sweet flavor while also having a sugar and the ultra fiasco has a smooth. Mango flavor that is so good and so refreshing, and you know that we all love the different flavors, the ultraviolet, which is the purple candidate Pixie stick taste. 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It looks like they're kind of. Giving it a little bit of an upgrade like is not the classic like zipped up jacket and pants it like they got. So you know high waisted with tank top situations. So it is just obviously you know the the velour look and everything but I. It looks comfortable I got us you know most of the stuff that does like most of the skin stuff is is pretty good. Is Pretty Nice. Won't even lie to you join the wait list. I want I already get all the emails. Of course of course. Yeah. I forgot you got the rope that you forget that I bought that robe and is therefore now I get an email about literally everything of course, there was one skims product I bought for under address and I bought way too small besides that I had to take. mid wedding like I. Literally went to the bathroom and then went. Wrong or underwear or anything of sort because it was uncomfortable the actual. The actual shape wear I struggled with as well. I feel like I couldn't maybe I just didn't do the sizing right or whatever it was I just I didn't find it not comfortable I mean not that shapers ever comfortable but. But her other stuff. Like the cozy collection and like I feel like the the like ribbed content stuff is all is all pretty nice and I do love that robe. I gotta Say I really love that rope. So I have you could wear that robe everyday you would. Hope I would love. It. Why not I absolutely would I mean it's now that. Like now that I'm back apartments, there are probably going to be a lot of days ride. Just wear that robe if I if I'm not going into the office, why not and that's my tracksuit that's why I want to buy it. I'm like I need this in my life the late night the Bachelorette after Stroz late night feeling cozy and of lower tracksuit by Paris Hilton Kim. Kardashian, what's not and I just really love that Paris and cameras still like. I know that they've always shown support for each other but I just like that they're actually doing things like this together like full-blown collaborations? I agree and I think that it's great that Kim Kardashian Show is Paris, Hilton the respect of putting her in the limelight like Kim Kardashian will always meant mention that Paris Hilton is the reason that she got the Paparazzi to follow everywhere. She knows she was the first to appear and she makes it known that Paris Hilton was the reason and power. Celtics made it known that she's The for Kim success success as well in the new documentary she put in A. Clip that made me laugh so hard and it was literally just somebody coming up to Paris and Kim and just blocking came out and I was like this shade but also the respect for Paris do that to be like bitch I started this but Kim Kardashian knows and you know what they both have made millions of millions of dollars on are both highly successful from it. So why not support each other and just be happy for each other you both made it. Exactly and what better way to do that then creates a velour. Look that. Everyone can buy in twenty twenty that'll just make us think about. The peirce Kim good old days. Bring us back to the early two thousands. Why not? Everybody knows mine. Still feels strange. In marriage. Yourself and seeing somebody else. In everything is not the same. Fares the lives have changed. Motor oil down, but it's killing me now. You. Know. Nobody call maybe then you know me. Everything. Justin Bieber. Released a new song and music video on Friday called lonely. The little boy was played by Jacob Tremblay who is just a glorious actor he's love. He's so just so cute. The perfect person to play a young Justin Bieber and the whole song and video represented how Justin felt as a child star with all of the success you have all this money all this baby August people around you. But at the same time, you just feel so lonely and I feel like it gave everybody a better insight hopefully to how he has felt because I feel like he's been telling us for a long time now. Oh I. Shed tears watching this video for the first time and I'M GONNA get emotional talking again because. He. He's being very vulnerable with this new music i. feel like he's in a good place in his talking about his past and what went on. And? You know his his line in the song were hold on I'll find it. He says. And it's great because it's a very like eerie song against beautiful. But you know it's on the shorter side. It's like pretty I. Felt like it was pretty quick and it's just Very haunting. Everybody and everybody saw me sick and it felt like, no one gave a shit. They criticize the things. I did as an idiot kid like he just I don't know if it's a you. We all know we kind of new this but hearing him sing about it just was almost more. More, upsetting and kind of made you think about how he really was like so young and. A lot of bad shit and was just like in a bad place in every single person in the world had was watching everything he did. Right and I feel like it's something that we get it. We talk about it and understanding that famous people also have another side to them. That is a very real person they deal with very real emotions and just because there's fame and money and success that doesn't mean that you're going to necessarily be happy when there's so many people rooting for you to. Fail and just being mean to you and judging you and everything about your life is so public and I feel like that's exactly what just to be were went through because he was a young kid doing stupid shit. But that's exactly what it was a young kid doing stupid shit that if this was anybody son or friend in real life, they'd be like. Oh, you're that Justin kid down the block. He's in trouble again. But since he was this famous megastar like older people started putting their opinion on it like parents being like, Oh you know who's taking care of this kid and then you also had the people around his age or younger who admired him thinking he was such a bad kid just because he. was growing up faster than everybody else you know he was he was experiencing alcohol and drugs probably before everybody else's age because he was doing it at such a younger age and experiencing things so much faster that when you grow up, you realize, okay, he was making dumb mistakes wasn't the worst thing in the World Justin Bieber wasn't such a terrible person like. An asshole and Did. A lot of shenanigans, but we'll see the worst person ever no no. And it's also sad to think that. There was a point, his life where he really. Didn't. Think, he had anyone to turn to you know he says like what if you had it all but nobody to call like he was so famous but I his relationships they were either probably very surface level or kind of superficial, and then the kids that he grow up with that really knew him as a person. Maybe, you just Kinda like grow apart. You don't see them. They're they're living their normal lot. They're living their normal life and you're like absolute megastar. So I'm sure it's hard to. Keep in contact with those people. So I don't know very just. Emotional emotional song for Bieber any plate he's performed on SNL he did. Holy as well and It was really fantastic. I haven't really been watching. SNL, but I did just watch the you to clips of his performances. Unhappy for him right now he looks great. He sounds great like I seems like he's healthy and. Doing. Good. which is really. All we can ask, right I feel like Hailey. Bieber has been such a positive light in his life like getting married and him settling down even though everybody still thinks it's crazy and thought it was crazy when it first happened. Right it's like one of the best things that for him, right? It's actually done him really well, it seems like he's happy you know even from his skin clearing up. I've seen Hailey talk about that like he wasn't taking care of himself at all on the outside and she helped with that introduce them to new things. Now, his skin is clearer than ever it just it all starts on the inside and then start showing on the outside as well and I. Feel like he's in also a place where he's reflecting a lot on his past. And? Letting it all go almost in drape maybe a new chapter of his life. Mel You're right. I think it's very telling that he is writing these songs and sharing these moments and putting them out there. 'cause hopefully, it means that they are like closed chapters of his life that he sees and acknowledges and is ready to move past. You know, yeah hopefully, and just knowing in seeing this from the outside looking in. Obviously, we don't know but it seems like he has a really great support system besides Haley at this point, they have all these close friends and family members they're always with. So hopefully, things have gotten better I'm sure he now feels like he does have somebody to call I feel like it also comes down to a trust. Issues thing like when you're young people are trying to take advantage of you probably right in your situation. So which I'm sure happened all the time for him. Exactly. So you know what I feel like even though the song was sad it's a good thing that he's leading these things out and letting people know truly how he felt. Yeah definitely and just on a one mention quickly because of SNL next week. Is next week. Yeah. What's this next week? Adele is hosting. She's not the musical guest, but she's hosting. Which is very interesting because I feel like. There there's some rumors that Adele has an album coming out the end of October. So keep your keep your eyes peeled for that I. Feel like that's something to look for I. Don't know if there's any truth to that but I saw some pop crave tweets saying you know. Someone's got the scoop. Now that would be something I'm interested in and the new album. Happy. We're please give that to me like I know God. That's how I know just like the perfect. October treat. It sounds like Arianna grandes a new album comes into glorious. Yeah. All we need is Rana and I feel like that would be the perfect TRIFECTA. Yeah. I don't I don't think it's I. You know I'm just got my fingers crossed for a doubt because I could really use. Could use some. Music from Adele for sure. There was a point in my life where the only song I listened to rolling in the deep. The song I listened to I was in must've been in seventh grade when that came out over. No. Loved it so much Adele had those songs that to that like she's so impressive and such is such an unbelievable singer and for some reason like. When you're by yourself in your singing and Adele song the top of your lungs and you're like. Damn, like that was actually pretty good. But says, yeah, like just not at all. Not, at all, she goes so hard and so. At that point you can't even hear yourself. premed. Exactly. That's my type of music. You. Just got the. We have an update on. Cardi. B. An offset Cardi B. went on instagram live after you know she had this big birthday party for herself offset her new car, her an offset were showing major PDA. Then Cardi B. posted her nipples and boobs on instagram. Criminology went on his term live to talk about all the shit that has happened why she's dock with offset how she posted that picture when she was in bed with offset. And these are the reasons why we love Cardi. B. For her honesty. And that is one hundred percent. True. The logistics of the instagram post the story happening while she's in bed with offset is like. You're already in bed with offset like I don't know I was confused with like. What maybe maybe you're just pressing buttons and you don't even you don't even realize what have you ever been in bed drunk and you start taking selfies of yourself just because it's funny and you start sending them to your friends or whatever it is I feel like. INSTAGRAM. No never on its but if she doesn't like the iphone camera in likes to use the instagram camera. Maybe trying. To get an instant filter on their. Famous has to be. You should not be fucking around on instagram photo just for fight like you should only. Yup just we'll. Offset or just straight up like. Back together I, don't know. She said that their relationship is like any other dysfunctional relationship that people have besides there's this very public their too young mother fuckers and love. This is what she said not. Yeah. Not My workers they're too young mother fuckers and love and she wants him Dick. She wants for her birthday once again, her words not mine. Yeah. She wanted some Dick for her birthday and that's what she got from offset and she likes offsets Dick and he finally does Cardi B.'s vagina and they like to have sex and they like to be together on and off and also have the kids together and you know what that does explain a lot of relationships we see in real life like. So many people are on and off just add Cardi B. An offset to the list absolutely as long as they keep it. I was GONNA say professional that's the wrong word as long as they. Further, thing from professional. Exactly. I think I meant to say like as long as they're keeping it Respectable for the sake of their child, you know like I, I just hope that there aren't. Fights or anything in front of in front of culture where their third I want them to be like. A united. Front for her where their personal relationship doesn't. Get mixed up with the actual parenting side because if that's the case then aright like. So, plenty of people who are their age are on and off with their. Boyfriend husband fiance like income offset is literally those things like they end. We knew that to even when. Even when they said, she said, they were going divorce. It was like. This is so not the end of that. Now did I think this would be happening like two weeks after they said, they would be they were gonNA divorce no thought it would be a little bit longer but. The heart wants with the heart wants and they clearly have a Poll. In this case, I would say the Regina Wadsworth Medina Law because Karbi has made it very clear. She wants offset stick and I think that's fine. I think if they want to just have this sexual relationship and take care of their kids as long as they. Go for it they like she could. Sleep, with so many other people, but she just wants him what is it about us at Stig I don't know to her. Yeah. That thing is addicting the addicting. I also saw that people were saying that Cardi B. was with offset because he bought her a new Car Cardi B. can afford a car herself. She's not staying with offset because he said this herself she was like, yeah, I like Nice things and I liked the car but that's not why with him like right could do that herself. Right I mean. That I think like. He could buy her like islands and she'd be like, okay sure. No like I i. don't really think that that has any. Pull towards it because like you said, she could buy those things yourself slash she also find some other guy body by those things. You know it's not necessarily. Just. About things aspects it's. About. 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Have a child together Exactly, listen this point I think you get the theme of this podcast when we're talking about couples who have a baby together chances are they're gonna be together again because they have something connecting them a full blown human being that they need to be together at some point and I you know I used to be more of A. God Kylie, posted with Travis again, kind of situation when they were together like, oh. My God, they're back together but now it seems like they're both. So focused on. Parenting and being good parents to to stormy that it all connects like. A source told. US Weekly last week that they're putting you know stormy first, they're co parenting amazingly right now they love spending time together with stormy and making her happy Travis is hands on super engaged. Dad always wants to make stormy smile she such a happy child and we've seen that show me as a star and if I were. To like I. Would. Be Getting along because you just love being around baby like that where you want the best for her no matter what. Exactly and will I hate on Travis. Guy Kylie. Jenner flexing in their fashionable clothing photo-op never I love to see what kind of fits they're getting off especially the fact that you can make an entire collage at this point of Travis Scott Sleeping pictures with Kylie like the classic pose that he does gets me FBI single time I. Know Why will ever take a picture looking up I? Don't think so I am dying to see Travis Scott Smile like I. Don't know like is there a reason for that or is that just like his thing? I think it's just as thing. It's there's like concrete on has been doing there might be a concrete reason. At all I, just know this is travis. Scott pose and you know what having opposed. That's yours is strong especially when that's comfortable sleeping position I mean one that's just like. Yeah. When one this is like he's mastered the looking down like if you take a picture looking down like it's like, oh Know you're doing the trauma Scott exactly, and realistically you never have to look good if you're listening down really seeing your face. So like whatever that is correct us the ideal pose I'm sleeping don't bother me. That's the VIBE Travis gives off. On. Oil. For some. would. Do. How You try own is. Did. Lily Collins made headlines this weekend this past week by saying that she was asked about her character, emily and emily in Paris because we do not know how old she is in that show now and I have both watched. Emily Paris. If you haven't watched it, we won't. We'll talk about the show briefly but. She said that she believes emily is around twenty two. which is just atrocious and made headlines because everyone was like. What are you talking about? She's twenty two. She has a master's degree. They don't really think you're paying attention your character or maybe you're just so out of touch with like how life works when you're not famous that you're just like Oh she's twenty two. And that's what I took from it. Because when I watch, I thought I thought that she was at least twenty five. Five Older than that. Especially, you know she's running off to Paris and. By of it, he's very serious with her boyfriend in. CHICAGO. Like. It all seemed to serious joining out of college slash. No. was she a super genius house she ever master. Right, like that happened too fast. The show itself now. I it's one of those things that we watch. I would say a lot of bad good shows that other people may think are bad but they're so good. You can't look away. Correct it is what it is. For me this show wasn't one of those shows that it was like bad good to me like it was just bad. But I still watch the whole thing but I, know that I I listen that's just my opinion I can see why people like the show it yeah. No. But I know that I don't really like a show when I watched all the episodes and I still don't remember everybody's name. I'm Kinda just watching to watch because everybody was watching it and you watch everyone's talking about labor and they went quick. They were like short episodes lake. So short and went so quick I one point I looked I was on episode four of it'd be like blends in the show is. And So I feel like it was going fast and. A lot of people talked about the fashion of this show I kept seeing people emily Harris Rational Emily Paris fashion. I didn't love the fashion in the show I feel like I almost feel like it was in Paris fashion. I saw a lot of people say like I don't even think this is Paris fashion show it was they tried to make her like Chic and you know Sarah and different patterns you have like you have a very different style like hers was very kind of preppy Uro situation and I feel like you just you know not wear a single thing that night she wore but I. Like the show I not feel like it. Yes, it. Felt. A little. Behind like I feel like it was trying to be. Very progressive and speaking on you know women in the workplace and yet pc culture. You know the whole thing with the with the perfume ad in all those things and I get the idea that because I love Darren stark I sex in the city obviously and younger. I. Absolutely. Love younger. So I love the format of his show and this felt like one of his shows but. It almost felt like this show was made to come out in like two thousand eight. You know. If it was just a little I feel like a little behind even the stuff with the social media and the influencing everything I know there's not necessarily a show. That has a main character like that. So I get it that it kind of had some catch up already to do there because we haven't had a character really like that but. I mean. There's just so much more that goes into it just made it seem very shallow. I, like here's emily with the croissant in her cafe and she just gained twenty thousand voters. What happens yeah. Yeah. It just I dunno I it's. It was definitely one of those bad good situations where yes we watched every episode and yes, there's a second season. I will watch again because I want to know what happens with the Super Hot French guys which they did a great job casting all the super. Hot French guys that was the redeeming part of the race young love triangle situation I feel like. We always says, we love a will they won't they did you wish in and they kind of left us on that so it's kind of like what will emily do in the next season we can figure out who she is going to be within an in that in that case. But yeah, like you said, I felt like the social media was behind the continue like social media. Now, it felt like cheesy social media. Felt. It was a little outdated was trying to write about a young person on social media and even the parts were she'd be like so and so re tweeted me it just felt like cheesy and I think it's because maybe. I can understand why people like it and like maybe they think they're getting like an inside look as to what it would be like to have that kind of following but I do feel like it was a little off and I do love a show that doesn't acknowledged social media think. That's why liked art outer banks a lot was because. Wondering how these kids have phones I don't these guys that phone and they made up some stupid thing that stupid thing that the power went out and obviously that's so ridiculous. But then we didn't think about social media or phones while watching the show we just had like an escape in right. In. The show it had nothing to do with that I. Feel like any time I show brings in social media it becomes cheesy right and and it's hard to do and I guess two, thousand eight is way too late Let. Go It's like I'm like thinking like I was in two thousand twelve exists. Yeah. I would even say like twenty fourteen ish but be that's because social media changes and move so fast even social media in twenty eighteen compared to how it is now is very different and I'm not exactly sure when they've even filmed this show. So that could have played a role in that like if you maybe they filmed it a while ago our or probably written a while ago. Yes. So it's There was just some moments at it felt a little forced and it didn't really didn't really click as much I. Don't know anything like you said it was just. Trying to stay with the current stuff was a little cheesy like you know the the streetwear fashion show that got. Stolen. and Re. Stolen. It was you know but it was cute. That's like it was very cute. It was harmless. It was a fun easy watch. I have always loved Collins and what else I want to say about it. Gabrielle's very, very hot. We know that. Obviously. Camille the sweetest girl on the show and she's just getting absolutely screwed like. That that was another thing it was like. There was no growing for the characters and I'm not like the characters need to grow but I'm was like. Any decisions with her friends. Yes. She got fucked over nothing bad is happening to emily like. limiter life in Paris she just going to end up with Gabriel now and live happily ever after when when they. When she was had kissed him behind her. Like that's not acceptable. We don't. Know and I'm sure. Shell xactly and I'm sure if there is a season two that will absolutely blow up in some way. So for sure maybe she won't be as Nice we'll see a little Kenneth Camille come out but Yeah. But all in all like enjoyable nothing. Yeah. Yeah. Exactly. Half hour episodes. Super Harmless. I would say if it's like you have nothing else to watch and you just WanNa Watch some mindless TV. Yes. On in the background. Yeah. With cute French boys always helps. WE ARE ALL DRINKING SELTZER Everybody is drinking seltzer. It's hot. Cool drink. Everybody's doing it. Everybody's drinking. But there's one specific seltzer that you should be drinking because you will help save America's reverse drinking it now I i. know shocking doesn't sound like that makes any sense but here's why cores Seltzer. Is Partnering. 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Five team now Dr Steven Grier from his instagram bio. The world's foremost authorities on the subject of UFO's E. T. intelligence and initiating peaceful contact with E. T. civilizations she wrote her capture him. Over. That she's you know she was in Joshua Tree with this group she said over the past couple of months I have dug deep into the science of consciousness at experienced not only piece righty like I've never known but I also witnessed the most incredibly profound sightings both in the sky as well as feet away from me. This planet is on a very negative path towards. Script destruction, but we can change that together. If we were to get one percent of the population to meditate make contact, we will force our governments to acknowledge the truth about extraterrestrial life among us and change our destructive habits destroying our planet. This is just some of the evidence from under the stars in the desert sky that can no longer be ignored it must be shared immediately. To make contact yourself, you can download the c five APP and it will teach you the protocols connect to life form beyond our planet. Then she wrote ps if it doesn't happen on the first, try keep trying it took me several sessions to tap into deep level and a deep enough level meditation to make contact happy communicating. The happy communicating kills me the way you just said that first of all. Exactly. How I'd imagine she'd right Ebben. Communicating. Everybody. Good luck. Does aliens. You're communicating and don't worry if it doesn't work the first side keep on giant don't ever give up Listen. This is a hard one to talk about because I feel like aliens are sensitive subject. Do they exist they not exist? I haven't dug deep into this at all. But on surface level if you were to ask me do I, think there are aliens I would say, yes because logistically, it doesn't seem possible that there is only species on earth and on no other planets like the up you know why that doesn't really. Yeah that's. Massive. Exactly. That we're the only people hear it. Yeah. It doesn't creatures whatever Yep logistically you on that doesn't make sense. I have no. I have not tried communicating with them you. Know I will say there are a lot of people who. I'm seeing more recently get very into meditation. It's been obviously people have been meditating for years and years and years before we've ever even existed on this earth. There is a deeper deeper level to you can either do it sober and you just meditate and somehow you reach that higher level. Some people experience with drugs and reached that level. If you listen to Joe Rogan I'm sure that you've heard about it. You know that's like the main person people talk about when they talk about aliens doing drugs. So I feel like if you're into that sort of thing, my sister is very into meditation and Energies and Higher Levels and where people were at three d. four all this stuff she tries explained to me I don't really try to dig deeper than to what she tells me about right. So I feel like this is kind of the path Demi Levato is on people. Do. Really feel like they have communicated with aliens and I'm not going to sit here and say they're fucking crazy because I think if you put yourself into that mind space and new, you know try hard enough like demis saying. I. I do think you can get there. I. Know that sounds crazy. I'm not doing it. So I don't I don't I've never communicated with them I. Don't know. But I'm not gonNA say that somebody has definitely not because I feel like if you actually sit there and practice these things. You will somehow received some sort of sign that makes you think you've communicated with Aliens Right. So. I'm with you a little bit. I agree that like. You can reach. A level that I personally cannot comprehend through serious meditation. Yes I absolutely believe that. I don't know of I personally would be able to do it but I know that it is possible for other people now I don't know. If. When reaching that level You are fully. Comprehending what is going on if that makes sense like I feel like. You. Could I don't know I feel like you could. Be having these feelings are feeling like maybe you are speaking to. An extraterrestrial. When in reality? Like it's just all in your head. If. That makes sense and But you know I truly don't know. Enough about this this guy and what his practices are I mean he so this doctor like He. Has also released. Coast encounters of the fifth kind conduct has begun which came out this year was documentary and as a at is what my sister told me to watch that Madison. So making. So that documentary about this is about this guy. Now. Did I expect to see this on Demi Lovato's instagram on a on a Saturday no I I didn't which is why I totally threw me off. You know the comments are like a girl like you trip or you Know, the top, some of the top comments are like Ella, Mayo, what the hell. Yes girl opened that Third I. What the actual f? Hey that's just a satellite demis on another level now. So I feel like. I feel like we might sound ridiculous. So, this is the thing a you just have to be kind of open open minded to this type of situation. The way that I straight up looking at if I'm just GONNA go off the top of my head, I think that Daniela was going through a hard time probably with this break up with somebody who she thought she was very close with started reading about this guy and you know getting in touch with a Side aliens or whatever it may be held her and help her life right so. I feel like getting distracted with something like this. That goes. So so deep is a way that people cope with other things that have happened. You know I right? Like my sister actually got very into the stuff when she was feeling pretty down about her life she lost her job and just was a little bit confused about what was doing all of a sudden she got into this. It is all she talks about now and listen for her because it makes her happy and she's like feeling in tune or whatever for myself. I would rather I think you feel the same way would rather be naive to it because I feel like once you dive deep and then all of a sudden takes over your life. Now you think everything in your life has an extra meaning to it. There's another layer. Here's another energy coming in. There's something controlling it and I almost think thinking about that too much. Could make me go crazy person. Yeah. Now there's other people look at it. But I think that I would rather be naive to this these type of things now meditation is one hundred percent think you should do meditate yourself feel at peace one with yourself get com it's a way to center yourself and what you need to do to be grounded. And it's a great way to relax right. It's these. Misses a meditating to a level to talk to different creatures extraterrestrial like you said like. So, it really depends on why you feel in your life the. WanNa go down because I feel like people listening to this like you guys are fucking crazy like Demi Levato is off her rocker. How are you guys not seeing this? Yeah. I just have seen my sister like. She's not on drugs and she just as into this type of thing and I feel like people need to realize that this is something people are into. Sober you know because I've. Scotto people automatically revert back to her being, Oh, you know she's relapsing or whatever it may be and I feel bad that people think this about Demi because maybe this is just something that's helping her escape her everyday life. Yeah, there's a very it can go both ways. There can be a very calming. Like they're going to be very calming sense. When you maybe think that. They're so much more going on besides are. Kind of existence you know that can also have the full opposite effect and like like you said, personally for me, it's like there's already so much going on on our planet. I can't possibly start to worry about what's happening not on our. Yes that's you know I I my brain's not there right now. Not There feel that one hundred percent I'm with you. I I don't Wanna I personally I don't really WanNa Talk to aliens I thou. I think it's cool that other people think they could do it and I think that they exist I wanna be naive and think about. Like I just want to be talking to you my friend, my co host and not worry that some alien is in the room giving us the energy to do. Yeah one, hundred percent absolutely but. If. This is helping Demi in some way or. You know she's she's connecting and it keeps her grounded or helps her Kinda sent to herself. Go for a girl you talk to those aliens. You do that and people may call you crazy but we're going to support your crazy moving. Not the same scene. Scott disick was spotted out with another young beautiful model. This time it is Megan Blake Irwin they were spotted out You know on a date, and now this is kind of blowing up because they they have been connected before I believe somewhere around. Twenty sixteen. They were spotted together and. Maybe even more recently than that but. This is where things get kind of interesting. She. Most recently. was was was linked to. skeets. Yes Skeet Ulrich who? If you watch riverdale. He plays Cole spouses father on Riverdell that's probably ski in his career and that that of that being the first thing that I. Contribute to him. Wise. But I feel like that's probably one of the more recognizable things the most relatable for the show. Yes. Exactly. Where the listeners probably riverdale right so now he Is he was dating Meghan and this kind of blow up and I did not realize this because. He had posted on instagram. And someone had commented why did you and Meghan break up and he responded back to that person saying because I found out she's a prostitute. And now. Someone commented that saying Omg did he really say she's a prostitute and then skeet robak saying I'm the jerk. When someone when someone pretended to be something, they aren't for their own gain Allah all while sleeping with people for money maybe you need to evaluate your own morals so. Generally, like skeets tone first of all but. It's It's interesting because you know there was as as we brought up many many times. There's another dumas post about this and someone had submitted saying that. They had seen Megan Blake went in La La one time. At Delilah she was with some friends and they joined a table that was a quote, very old creepy dude and Meghan and another young model and the vibe was very, very escort I. Remember being shocked because she was a model I was following on Instagram at the time two years ago very beautiful in real life but seemed a bit uncomfortable to be honest we were sitting beside each other and she didn't talk at all the other model is more touchy and Meghan seem detached but also along for the ride man had creeper vibes for sure their table was behind the stage. You could be seen with them by everyone there and not old sky was old all caps old so I don't really know what what Meghan necessarily has has been into, but it's kind of A. Kind of. An insane move. And I don't even really know when exactly happened but it's kind of an insane move from ski to be like guess. She's a prostitute. I feel like that is an insane move and obviously we don't really know if she is or isn't but to just blow that up on instagram kind of in. For her to put that out there like let her tell people that I guess. I am confused feel about how I feel about the situation because. Do we want Scott disick getting involved with the situation I don't think. So I would rather Scott Disag- knockin involved in this situation where this guy is going to be commenting that this girl prostitute this girl's out with old men I don't know I. She's obviously a beautiful girl and yeah, got is going to be out with beautiful girls and playing the field. But this kind of seems like a sticky situation that he might be stepping into. Yet definitely, and it's one thing if you know she was dating skeet and lied about. What what she was doing or lied about being model and was doing those things on the on the side if he thought that they were in like a full blown relationship, you know. You know that's kind of hard. You can't really just like keep that a secret but. It's I duNNo. I it's definitely like you said a bit of a sticky situation now who knows Who knows if this is something that she even is still involved in she might not be. Yeah. It was a thing she used to do who don't like maybe it's time in time in her life where you know was a job for her and that was dead and now it's now it's not or maybe now it still is but it's Scott. disick is going to continue to go out with beautiful young models. And it seems like there isn't going to be just one guy don't really feel like he is going to be having another girlfriend anytime soon you know what I'm rooting for that for Scott I feel like He. He hasn't we've been he's been with Courtney long enough. He's been with Sophie Long. Enough. Am I, GonNa, hit on Scott Disick for playing the field. Absolutely. Not Get out there. Boo. Yeah exactly. All right everyone that wraps up today's episode. We hope you have a fantastic week just a reminder catch US Tuesday night after the Bachelorette, we will be doing our after show cutting stems it will be on youtube it will be on the blog it'll be on twitter will be on facebook it will be everywhere you can watch us except for instagram but even if you can't catch it live, you can watch it afterwards. So don't worry about that and if you WANNA be a part of the drinking game which you should because we are a part of it part of it and we're going. To be tipsy on after show, we want you guys be tipsy watching it as well. Get Your Owens meant cucumber lime mix, get some gin and some fresh cucumbers and fresh lime. We're GONNA make a good drink out of that. 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Doing Zoomies in Europe

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Doing Zoomies in Europe

"The phone podcast is a deer media production. Welcome to the absolutely not podcast where we do the most elise at the same damn time I'm your host Heather McMahon. Ladies and gentlemen welcome to another episode of the absolutely not podcast I'm your host Heather McMahon, thanks for being here. y'All I gotta get right into it. I am laughing. So hard right now I just picked up my phone and you know it's been listen I've just been sitting in this apartment laughing to myself so hard for the last hour because of the visual that I have created in my mind. Nowhere, to begin you know this year is just been a just a cluster fuck of epic proportions. No one knows what's coming. We're like in a Formula One. Race and at every turn, there's a new obstacle or there's another crash ahead that we have to navigate in a split second of how to get around without crashing car, which is centrally in this metaphor, our car is like our own mental health and instability. And listen I know when people say don't make things political but y'all. This is what we're living in and my job is as a comedian is to observe things out into the out in the world and then take that knowledge back into my like sick twisted cynical brain and find the humor in it because I feel like also at this point, if we don't laugh at everything, we will cry. Okay. Su President trump went to Walter Reed you know he's got the cove Ed and I just I'm just laughing so hard at this this tweet that he just came out with right now, and if you can objectively laugh at this and just giggle about how insane this is I don't I don't know what else we're supposed to do I don't know what other emotion were supposed to have other than just palm. Donald Trump today I will be leaving the Great Walter Reed Medical Center today at six thirty PM feeling. Really good. Don't be afraid of Kobe don't let it dominate your life. We have developed under the trump administration's really great drugs and knowledge I feel better than I did twenty years ago hot off the Press Ladies and gentlemen. Ha you see straight from the Mount Themselves Donald J trump. Feel better than he did twenty years ago I don't know why that just sent me over the edge today I've already been in kind of. My own personal manic you know manic Monday if you will. It's just another manic Monday. Wow. Hit the Varotto but a tweet like that is just insane to me and I'm on twitter twitter 'cause I think Ma what I like to say would never come across. The way I wanted to come across on twitter but this is crazy. And here's a deal. You know I we know he's beefed up on the roads, and this really is just making me laugh because this guy, the leader of our free nations I'm not butter but twenty years ago. Like. Wow to have we gotten here. How we got here guys what to say. And you can't not sit back and laugh at this stuff I mean I just imagine him on Royds doing Zuma's around Walter Reed. And if you've ever taken a steroid like a Predator zone or anything for. Science. VACTION STRAP I get sinus infections like people get their periods once a month very intense very heavy I've seen six. Doctors in the last two years I've gotten C.. T. Scans on my sinuses and they say your sinuses aren't crowded and there's not a lot we can do. You don't really need surgery. You just have the immune system of you know I. Don't know a shelter cat like it's not great. It's not great. So I've been on the roads and maybe it's because I can relate. But whatever they've got this guy on Hayes losing. I've been locked up by myself for quite some time now and I really just as a comedian I have to have these outlets and I've been basically talking to my you know do they in down comforter for the last three weeks? So what I saw I was like, what do I don't even know how to acknowledge this right now this is insane. Potter. You know he's now roll down the windows of the suburban. It's taking him back to the White House and he's like. Come on long daddy is bad back. Daddy's bad back. Last time I took prednisone steroid which like two months ago I'm not even kidding you. I was out in the yard. My Mom couldn't find me I'd gone to urgent care 'cause I knew a science fiction was coming. You know they tested me for it came back negative like no, we can see clearly this is a say it's bacterial situation up in the. The old tap and what is this the Ol- under eye sinus bags. and. Get back and I felt so shitty earlier that morning and I get back and I you know my mom amy sue but I take my steroids and I, know how they hit me I mean I used to take adderall on college? And fucking hit six nightclubs and then go to the library you know what I'm saying. Next, thing. You know my mom sees me out in the yard. I'm pulling weeds. I'm pulling up flowers that I've just googled because I think they may be toxic to the dogs. She's like. Are you okay and get back bomb? I don't know if these petunias are going to give frigging Tony the runs. I mean you you. It makes you nuts. Never bought. But fall twenty years. You, just have to laugh you. I don't know what else I don't think it's very insensitive to the people who obviously lost loved. Ones are gone through Kobe I mean I don't even I, don't even know how to use my words to form an intelligent. Sentence right now even convey emotion except I just this is. Betsy only reaction I know how to handle and I have to be honest with you. I am not one of those people. I think I've discussed this before when I with the motion like if something's really sad I, don't get sad I laugh because that is how when I think when you're a comic or maybe when you're pisces are just I don't know. A. Sick motherfucker your brain, the way that I absorb things and then can react to them is through. Uncomfortable giggles do you know what I mean? And I'm actually a crier at happy things weddings hysterically crying baby showers I'm weeping in the corner inconsolable I've told you the cochlear implants, the troops coming home any of those videos on my. Beautiful I truly cannot catch my breath. So. For me. When it sat things I just get really uncomfortable and then I have to start giggling like I laughed at my father's funeral I roasted him. I literally did a roast of my father now granted that's what he would have wanted. But that's how I deal with the motion. tru-truly how my whole family does we laugh I mean, my my dad died my mom legos. What are you GonNa? Do you want to go to Grief Council? He's fucking dead. It's not going to bring back to talk to somebody you need to but. I don't know what to tell Ya anyways. And that's Tough love from Robin Shave segment on the show where it just tough from. Robin, and we have my mom caught like you guys call with the problem and then we have robin just do one liners, which is like, oh, Claire what you got to appease guess what who doesn't have a bump deal with it and that's just what is flying out. Size at Burger drone. Sorry. Wow. Got spooked out of the corner. May I maybe I took a bread in his own today. I'm Zippy I found this great little coffee shop here in Vancouver called Victory Small Victory Bakery one of the best croissants I've ever had in my life shadow to them. They're around the corner hold on I, need some water steroids. And I'm not on them now but I almost have like you know what? I'm like Phantom Pains, right? Like a va you know when you feel something. And it's not there. Describe Phantom. Not. The medical terminology at all. But I talking about steroids is the literally making my mouth so dry because when you're on them, it's up when you take an on that. That sick paste or actually really whenever US birds bees chapstick I also get a weird thick paste and nothing makes more uncomfortable than when you're talking to somebody and you can see that like white weird liner on the instant the paste on the inside of their mouth you like Oh God I can't make eye contact with this bitch name Lauren like she's got paste and you keep wiping decides your mouth to hope that you'll pick up on the fact that you see the paste I want you I don't know if I ever have. You know the birds, beeswax pace I want you to stop being go PDP. Block, that's what the the phrase we're GONNA use lip lock it like Oh. Yeah. Okay. I got to lock it up I needed quite 'cause sometimes it can happy to realize tabbing and for the gentlemen listing y'all just grows all the time so I don't even WanNa to get into that. 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There is not a flaw on either of these women, but I've noticed to really be like Oscar winner to really have I guess it'd be a real star. You have to have a long neck and that's why I will always live in the space of. You know probably a jealous actress and that's fine because my neck is so thick that my traps and my cheekbones have just kind of morphed into one one level if you will. But anyways. So I not into like some of these teen dramas then he's not trump. It's not even a teen drama I just produced by MTV and I'm like, okay this is where we're going to go at this. But I was feeling branches this weekend. So I wanted to watch something like a little love and light and Emily embarrasses frigging doorbell. It's also like secretly Raunchy, it's funny. It just made me it to travel and I'm sitting in this apartment, and so I found this small Victory Cafe Corner? I'm just ordering Almond Chris Croissants like it's going out of style. Now I, need you to know lock in New York has an incredible almond croissant. This place here has an incredible croissant I gotta be honest with you I'm putting this on the Vision Board for. Next year. The only thing that Atlanta is missing is a truly incredible bakery. I don't WanNa. Hear it. Yeah. We have highland bakery you. Now we have Bacchanalia, you know provision but to have like a specific pastry shop, that's good croissants I've yet to find one in Atlanta. You know I'm a pastries for breakfast kind of Gal. GimMe a Cappuccino an you know chocolate. And I'm in my happy place I actually don't need the bacon egg and cheese on an everything Bagel. Love it. When I'm hung over but day-to-day Bullshit, I could thrive off a warm chocolate chip cookie. At, a coffee in the morning and I'm cooking. Would diesel you know what I'm saying? So I'm basically already put on fifteen pounds since I've been here over the weekend I've ordered a dozen pastries for myself from this place. ooh also another place, the duffed baked company I think it's dft they send me some frigging amazing croissants. So while I've been out and about walking around I'm also shoving hot. flaky crispy bakeries down this thick ass neck. It's because I've been I've been inspired been watching emily in Paris. Now let me tell you Lily Collins is I think she's a great actress. She's adorable. I used to wait on her at body by Simone when I worked at this other Jim in La I know the irony that I've worked at multiple gyms as I get it. When I tell you I, also waited on Taylor swift there. Forgot I never mentioned the fact that I met Taylor swift before very briefly though. Another one has a long neck she comes in. She's like an Amazon. She's you know six four stunning beautiful BA- lily. Collins one of those people when you meet her in person, you've never seen such an angelic almost transparent iridescent skin and you're like, fuck This bitch has never seen an exit a flare up, but this show is so cute and transported me to like a happier time and it reminded me of study abroad and how. Do, have to say it's very like gossip girl sex in the city ask where she's in these perfectly put together chic outfits. She's got like Chanel you know tooth print skirt with a matching jacket and like a fun see-through it's almost like she only wears broad. Let's. Go Casey through top half tucked in like a little French tuck no pun intended into the houndstooth tooth skirt. That's like a mini and then she's the only bit. She can pull off a sock and a sandal. Now I'm sorry I'm not going to say a ASAKA. He'll. You know what I'm talking about product. Every fucking season tries to pull this off. It's like a lime green almost like nylon sock little footy with like a weird mule and you're like this only. A thin bitch could pull this off and I've got really thin angles. But if I showed up to a party with a kitten heel and a loose almost like doilies sock, that was neon green hugging my thin ankle y'all would punch me in the teeth and kick me to the curb. He. Don't come into my party trying to pull off this emily impairs bullshit. So you really love to hate her. And it's great. It's a bunch of these French guys chasing after I mean she's skipping. She skinned asked out on dates like Terry did back in two, two, thousand and five you know what I'm saying. I mean she's heading their prime and really took me to a happy place in my mind if you WANNA watch just for the sheer like it's it's. A little cheesy overacted like here for. But it transported me in my mind the happier times when I studied abroad in Italy. And I talk about these stories a lot in my hand up. I'm just I reflected on what emily in Paris is wearing you know she's there for her big girl job, but when I was studying abroad. I was so drunk, the entire time I was in the country Italy. First of all, they almost kicked me out of the study abroad program I missed like five as a class. I was only there for like two and a half months for his I'm recession they literally put me off. If you missed one more day of classic, you have to go home wait to send you back to America. y'All it's twenty twenty I know you're feeling anxious as I am but I got a little solution for you listen feels is a better way to feel better feels premium CBD company that will keep your head clear and help you feel your best cbd has been proven to greatly reducing anxiety pain sleeplessness their nights when like I'm just staring at the ceiling, I can't figure it out and I'm like, what am I doing my mind is Racing I'm like rethinking everything I've done the last ten years. 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And I remember being in Italy and I would just. I thought I was living my life. It. Can I say something for the record I know that there are people who listen to this who don't have my best interests I know there's a couple of spies out there who then sin these stories back to you know I don't know relatives. I'm a comedian this is my job. Okay and if you listen to my podcast I, send my instagram's like my aunt Laurie because you think I live an inappropriate life suck Dick. I'll get into them and another time I can't. This would never happen if I can male comics because I'm a woman and I have these conversations and I, tell you funny stories and what really happened in my life I literally had someone call my fucking mom which my mom's in on the joke. I'm also on a tangent, my sister put something on her instagram about my mom talking about a blowjob and my mom said to camera Ashley a Blowjob should never take longer the ten minutes. My mom loves this shit. Okay. You know my mom's my best friend. This wasn't even on my instagram. We had nutty Fuckin- neighbor call. My mom at one am was like year dot is disrespectful Yada Yada my mom shooter out my sister called this lady was like Mind Your Business. This is crazy. We're having a laugh it's twenty, two, thousand, eight. My mom is in on it. She is the most beloved like cherished Angel Baby Nugget of a human. Being when you get like the self please whatever I'm saying all this fuck you you know what I'm talking about. That's on God period l.. Let's get back into the. But if I was a male comic telling these stories would never be a thing. But because I'm a woman and I'm not, I'm really not try to pull that car but I'm GONNA fucking bullet. It's so insane and it's other women. It's never been like these stories are great. Let's share. Oh, I got a girl pregnant study abroad. Now. She's living in my garage. Wow I got the giggles today. But all being said I, share my stories because this is my life and this is what I've chosen to do as a living I. Fucking love it. I don't have one of the top podcasts. In the nation I don't. Just said that so. So boldly I don't have one of the biggest hits shows on television and won ten Emmys for nothing you know what I mean have to speak that into existence also gonNA speak I would like to be an emily embarrassed season two which will probably shot and twenty thirty because I don't know if they're gonNA let us in but anyways back to study abroad I'm Young I'm twenty one I'm living my life I'm in Italy am thriving I was making out with dudes, nightclubs left, and right you know who you know delos run but there was one night I was in this club and I was making dude and I was so drunk and I didn't realize I thought he was Croatian turns out he was Romanian and it contains the Romanians get in they don't get along that well, I don't know but the subtext of the the deck says. The, they're not friends. I might friend Mary baffler grabbing she goes heather. What are you doing? Great Mosul mark, she's like he has not. From. Sorry. The man like one to And I said this on Instagram the other day insert budget people, message me and they call they said that's called summer teeth because summer here in some aren't there something I just put the joke and I was laughing so hard but that was me and I was thriving. I think I hooked up with ninety percent of dudes who weren't from Italy like I thought I was going to go over there have a under the Tuscan Sun moment I read. Here that actually means goodbye but I basically made our dude to like a Romanian Mexican Dude Yep made out the Mexican guy he's from Cancun that was wild another Croatian another man I don't know if you could have been Middle Eastern no one was Italian. You know. So I just had I was a little triggered watching Emily Paris. I mean she's getting that good Parisian D I shit you not I was just having flashbacks and sweat and some texting. My friends said, he broke the my y'all please send me photos. Is One epic photo and I sold the t shirt and I had this I was so drunk before we were going to France the weekend. And it was so drunk the night before when I packed, I didn't pack any clothes like no pants. So I got on the train with a pair of like Jean shorts and a tank top, and then when I got to France I, have no clothes. So I, had to buy a t-shirt at a train station and it just was cats on the front and they have all like a towel around their neck and sunglasses three cats and I thought it was great because at the time I had three cats Kramer Delton Goldie, and then on the back, it had the cats tails. Up with their asses exposed and it's like Nieces Nice. 'cause we were going to needs France on the yeah. On the front end said niece like niece's great and on the back of the Nieces Nice. Because other cats assholes and I wore that t shirt for the entire weekend we went to like fancy restaurants by like targeted and not, and again a French tuck into the Denham with like styled hat we were on the train. I had my you know my my Panama Jack Cat and a Russian woman put a bird on my head and she kept saying move your hosts John Wayne. Had I retold these stories before I don't if I have. I'm so sorry that this is a repeat but I was just triggered by watching emily in Paris and everybody called me John Wayne because I was the largest person in Italy and I couldn't go to an M. in France and Bhai closed because if you think that the even at that time I was tiny but even then they did they were like, no, why why are you here? Well, that's Italian the let Gula. Here you saw the next. I don't really know that accent once you get what I'm saying. 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So you feel like you have no days wasted again it's no days dot co slash absolutely. Any who well on a tangent I digress but I love love love love going down Memory Lane and just remembering what a shit show study abroad. That's how we came back alive will never now an emily impera she's just so thin I mean there's one point where they have. Seen where she's running and you can see her apps contracting the light. I did not look like that when I was in Europe Roy highlighting over all the time and I Miss College. I think maybe we all as adults to have a sabbatical take a year where you just go abroad and I know that just traveling abroad. But I actually want to enroll in classes and hang out with twenty two year olds just party. I know I won't be able to handle it but if I can get some of the drugs that trump was on today. Then I can handle it does that make sense if I can just get my hands on some that decks Matthias zone or whatever the fuck called or? POPs prednisone I could hit Italy and do study abroad all over again and I'd be fine also sorry about going on that tangent about the crazy neighbor who called my mom that I was trying to start shit but I just find it funny that there's some people. I. Don't know I've just observed this just got really pissed this weekend. I was like Oh fuck yourself. I'm an livermore comic self-righteous police and my mom called me and she's like fuck this lady yeah, Falker. Buckum. What's up? Barb Buckum Side note shadow to my dear friend Amanda Mukuba She's pregnant with a baby girl. Her husband Josh. Really, wants to name their kid. Barbara. Are. Like Linda like you know, look an aunt's name and she's like, Heather. He's so dead set on naming her kid Barbara. I mean, I guess it's getting better than like Brantley briefly. But she's like, what do I do I go bar like let's bring bar back. Let's put the power back into bar you know what I mean. They we should bring maximum these names. That's all I'm saying. All right. Let's get to the hotline I. Know Y'all are losing your shit just as much as I am. So let's see what trouble y'all got into Oh row quick side note. Thank you everybody for the restaurant suggestions just a heads up I'm not able to see as much of Vancouver's wanted clearly I have a loyalty to production were were trying to be real safe. So unfortunately occur ongoing points move but I'm trying to get out and get fresh air and I'm ordering in as much as I can so send me your ordering recommendations the instagram. All right. Let's get to the voicemails. Up read up your White Chris from Ireland ran from it. I. Know We don't call Irish car bomb because that's where the civil war was. An Irish on like say a bomb in the car. second I've done hard time one for like a few hours in a local station because they provide drunk on the extent of my friend was in the next thing miley Cyrus decline about his fun. Come to. North Korea. got like a really decent good job but I like to keep my options open I work in a restaurant. So we know the vote. I am poking sick of applying for jobs, four visas, one on and then being fucking ghosted. Some my obsolete in all ghosted by potential employer even if they sent an email to say you know. Good, according to. You're not the one for us that would be fine but absolutely nothing. Even after email and calling vocal, not wasting my time. and. The ways love by okay Chris Marilyn Daddy Gills I love having an international call Chris Thank you for this and absolutely not to employers not letting you know what the fuck is going on. I completely agree with this. This is insane but first let's touch on a couple of things one. Thank you for addressing from last week's episode about the Irish car-bomb. Again, this is something that we need to talk about like I literally had that Aha moment like Whitman. You should say that so good to hear from a man from Ireland that that indeed, you should not order an Irish car bomb at a bar. Thank you for that. Okay. So let's get back to the thing. So you're working in a restaurant and listen I worked that hustle you know we know it nothing like going on essentially like an open call restaurant job and for those you don't know what it is. It's Kinda like going on an open call for American idol you look on. craigslist all of these restaurants you know say an three mile radius will be you know have a have an open time for you to go in and put in your resume and they do a short little interview maybe it's from like I dunno say to four right before they open for dinner service and you rush around all these places and you give your resume. You know look like an asshole dressed up like a weird vest on because I. Don't know you're trying to feel snazzy hoping that. TGI Fridays is gonNA give you. Give you a hand up, and then you go on these interviews you go back and forth, and then you you know you interview with one manager and then you go to another manager and then you've got to meet the lead bartender 'cause I don't know if you're GONNA be a bar back and then they don't have the audacity just tell you hey, not a great fedor. We've filled the position with a girl with fake tits. So you know that's the kind of I. We needed our nightclub I feel this way strongly because I feel like I literally additioning but trying to get restaurant job is like getting a going off. Jeff. We get so frustrated because when I would audition I, never get feedback. You never get feedback and I'm on the position yet where he just kicked straight offers sh that's like okay in a business sense if you like were some like Tech Guru, you would just get. Offers, people WANNA, Poach you. I'm on the position where I have to go to the interview. Okay. I have to audition people are intrigued and they're starting to know who I am but they're still like, can she send us a tape? We need proof that what she does is legit. So just trying to explain that in the actors term verse like. Literally the county is A. Other actor could say is like so do edition that basically means like are you well well, enough known are like do you still have easily Senate tape? Did you did you go in and read? Wow, you did it chemistry task wow. Okay. So you're. Still like scrappy. CAPE. Any Hugh. But Jeff, we get so annoyed because I would go on these additions. Maybe I've leave you know a job interview and that's what it is. It's job interview. I'm like Damn I fucking nailed it. There's no way they don't call me in that's insane and I would never find out and so it's always just left up to the unknown like am I gonNa. Get it. I thought I, killed it and really and Truly am sure we learn on the other side of it like there's so many dumb things that go into whether or not you get the job and it honestly probably has nothing to do with your talent level your expertise on whatever job that is it's just literally like we needed you know we needed an Irish guy but we need one more fake tits and because you didn't have fake tits or like we're not bringing in. But I agree with you I feel like you should at least get hey, we're we're GONNA pass so you're not just lurking in the fucking unknown. You know give you the common courtesy to let me know whether or not I got a chance because I also look at my other options I ever friend back home who is you know she's trying to look for a new job and she said the same big she's like I've gone on six zoom. Again auditions, I don't know how to say interview. and. She's like just want them to tell me whether or not they passed or if they fulfilled the position because I, trust no one and I feel the frustration absolutely, not a Tgi Fridays just call me back and let me know whether or not. I can serve hot cinders be transparent is to know from Me Dong. It's not GonNa work out or let me know. Or. Hey we've got an interview six more people hang on for a week something and listen anybody is business owners because they like we don't have time less. You know about that because what you should let me know 'cause you're leaving me in the lurk I'm in the unknown and that's what I don't like I don't like the space of unknown Chris Thank you for being a fan. Thanks for calling all the way from Ireland although I think you're Christian who lives in DC but you are Irish. I think I know who you are. Manetti ways I love you and I mean it they cleared up the Irish car bomb because I'm I'm glad that we're having this cultural conversation and as a true Irishwoman. Scots Irish. I. Don't again I I'm sure someone gets upset about that. Just my people started one country than they moved to the other, but you know had her kyle McMahon again is very. It it's it's half a dozen. One of the other. That's kind of where I'm at as a relative Chris I. Appreciate you bringing this. To the forefront and that other Irish Americans need to know it's not okay all. That's got love and Light Hi Heather not a question this is from Indiana but I'm just listening to your latest podcast a few days late and hearing their questions about the Irish car and I have to say my brother was studying abroad in Ireland and his friend went to visit him and one ordered an Irish. Car Bomb and the bartender late two shots and Bacardi wanted one on fire and said here's your Twin Towers motherfucker. So I'm GonNa go with yes it is offensive and knowing should not be calling in that happy to provide you with this little tidbit have a great day Oh Shit What perfect timing on this I mean these were like literally one after the other wait a minute that's bucked and also necessary. See guys. Look at what we're learning here on the absolutely not line. So you don't make the same mistake. So you don't go to another foreign country and you ask for something ignorant. And piss off a bartender. Guess what you know Ireland is known for their pubs there bars you know what I would want to do is piss off an Irish bartender because you know what's going to happen he's going to call the pub next door and the one next to that, and then they're going to call your uncle and basically. You'll be banned I. I'm not trying to do that. You know I was talking about studying abroad when I went to Italy are really tried to do a little research and the Italian some of them real Italians they look down on me a little bit because I. Yeah. There were like she's Chunky and there's got to be honest with you to Italy there's not everyone's pretty thin but you I just try to learn a little bit of the culture I. Knew a couple phrases I knew some words. But I try to be as non-american as possible and that we should have shamed Americans but you know, I, don't know our president is on royds right now. So there's that. Thank you for that clarification I love here in this just drives at home. No. Irish car bombs. Let's get to the next voicemail hazard Darcy from Pinella get. I feel like you're hotline just becoming my therapy like I. don't even care if I don't even get on the show I just need to them. So absolutely not. For me today is. I'm a nurse and I just started disability. And there's a lot of nursing staff smoke. High Stress, environment like whatever, which is own the like legit. Smoke, break smoke breaks breaks these nurses are getting behind. On their, unit And they're like, oh, how much does she have left? We have left to do well I gotta go smoke a cigarette while we back these frigging cigarette breaks add up to I'm not even kidding probably like seventy minutes. Or something like I have been running on the floor. Literal Literal crackhead. and. I get done with all my socks and they're asking me to do their style because they're still behind because they need fucking cigarette breaks listen. Do I need to start like I don't know they think trying to pretend to be a smoker so I can go out and have like thirty thousand cigarette breaks. Also you know not be able to get my work done like and just how other people do it like the Newbie like me absolutely fucking not dude I'm over it Saudi that I don't smoke like should I be a frigging smoker it kind of sounds appealing what are your thoughts on this like what absolutely not? I. Hope you're having A. Week I cannot wait to listen to your podcast on Tuesday Hell Robin. We all say, we love her what's up everything's going great. I. Hope she hijacks your instagram again soon, Darcy my girl. Wow. Thank you for giving. It's US this update on nurse life. Hashtag nurse life okay. I'm pretty sure. I've said this before on the podcasts, all these episodes are starting to like fry my brain I you know I have this obsession with doctors and nurses or really anybody in some sort of medical uniform smoking and I've been wanting to do this cocktail table book for the longest time, which is medical professional smoking. I live near Nyu, when I was in New York and it would just kill me like literally there'd be doctors out there fresh outta surgery you they look up the cap on and. They're out there chain smoking a Marlboro red, not even hitting the vape although I think cigarettes probably better than day because of the water vapors you popcorn lung what's popcorn? Lung popcorn lung is essentially when all the water vapors buildup in your lungs and then these like pockets bacteria pop up that looked like Popcorn AKA popcorn lung here's a deal this used to Piss me off again I'm sorry I think I've talked about this before when you worked in restaurants when I worked in restaurants they always like every bartender smokes And it always pop out I gotTA smoke. I gotTA smoke smoke and you're like, fuck you. So I've got to work I. Don't get a break because you gotta. fucking smoke. Ronnie. I should have changed my tampon eight and a half hours ago. But we just went through a dinner rush and I'm soaked to the bone. I probably got toxic shock syndrome but have you seen me put down my Shaker to step away cleanse my body? No because you've left. So many times I'm in the fucking weeds I got six dirty Martini seventy-five Cosmos and three astles order long island iced teas, and I can't step away. 'cause you're in the back hitting a cool immense all sec I really do that's where I get crazy. You know and listen I'm not shit medical professionals. I mean I know a lot of attorneys who are like raging alcoholics because we deal with heavy shit all day you gotta you gotTa do something to take off the edge take release the steam but what I'm saying is it seems unfair it is wild though when you see doctors nurses and I hope nobody steals my I've said this for a while I said it on Instagram Years ago I have the proofs a time stamp because somebody actually kate when I was on tour brought me a makeshift book of they went online and they literally found photos of like nurses smoking and then made me a book and I was like Okay I. Think we you know we don't have written consent from these people but I'm going to start doing that I'm going to start a documentary and it's called doctors who smoke. Also at this point is twenty, five and twenty. One of fluck and Babe on my telling you what to do. You Know My. Dad. He smoked weed every day and didn't drink but died of pancreatic and liver cancer riddle me fucking this. Okay I. Don't know what to tell you. But it is funny but it's not fair I hear you when you're like. Wait, a being beach. We being like I've been out smoking just because you smoke doesn't mean I got to work harder and if you're a woman, you know there have been times when you've been slammed and you haven't been able to step away and it's eight hours later and I'm not trying to like you know whatever but and you're like Oh my God I completely forgot to change with Tampon I've literally like. I do you know it's a worse when you worked in restaurants and you're working so fast and so hard for through that like dinner rush or that lunch rush and you forget to P and you worked a double that day and it gets like eight o'clock where you can see Kinda, slow down. No really about nine forty-five and you finally okay, I'm just. GonNa step away for two seconds and then up and it's like toffee Brown and you're like I think I have a kidney infection. I haven't been able to step away because fucking Rodney's got a hit his date you know the vapes I don't understand and listen I like to Joel for a hot second unit I mean couldn't handle the meant jewel that will burn. Burn my ass off. But you know the guys I. Think they're like fuck what do you call them? They're the vape where releases a ton of smoke and they grip them like their grip penis you know what I mean and they put it to the side of their mouth like. Those It's almost like they have a Turkey leg in their hand and when they you know it takes a full fist to hold those things. I don't know what kind of ape I wanNA save a gauge, but I know gauges or what goes in your ears but men who have gauges in their ears are also the kind of guys who smoke on those big Turkey leg things and it's so fucking gross your. There's no way that that's fucking helping and they blow the smoke right near face and their names are something like you know it's like Tyler. It's always woulda I'm tyler. Welcome to mt be national tire better. They, do some line of mechanic work. You know what I mean Tyler van drops gate. That's their name. You Know Tyler van Trotsky he's like. and He's got a kid rock tattoo on his arm. He's like I'm not with my girlfriend right now she's being a bitch, but it will probably get back together next week. It's a tumultuous relationship and like you feel for him but also you really feel for her and then she walks around the corner walking into. NTB. To fight him and then she has a kid rock at you want her other arm and she's in the gauge. She's affect hey, you tyler cookie you and you're like, wow, actually I know you all are fighting right now but I really genuinely thank you were meant to be. You know you exactly what I'm talking about. I know that you know what I'm saying. So anyways, totally agree with you buck that you don't get more breaks just because you're a smoker bass up next voicemail. Hi, heather no and player from Missouri Yeah we're from Missouri. Colon really quickly We haven't absolutely not. We recently were addict quarantine gathering at an apartment and a girl walked in A. Little Body contrast like. Cotton we just feel like four, twenty, eight years. Old is quarantine put on your sweat. Pam. No more body. I'm absolutely not body. Yeah they're done. They're cancels. By You Ladies. Thank you so much for calling in just a dynamic duo in the car. I can picture it. Now, you driving a probably a a Nissan stera remember those same when you've had since high school and Y'all just. Just picked up Taco Bell and you're both hungover and you're like these hoes and these body con dresses now. Is Really Short for body conscious and I don't know about you but there's nothing that makes me more self conscious than body conscious dress. Wow. That was a good one heather. She still got it even though she hasn't had human contact yet there's no reason why twenty twenty we should still be wearing stuff. It's tight in really and truly what gets me for the body CON is it hits me right in the stomach and I'm shaped like an apple and I'm like I guys like give me a nice. You know four rap with a huge slit so that my vagina Kinda peeks out. But I don't want to wear like a little cable knit like a knit little something. I have a friend of my life and she knows who she is and she where she can. She has like perfect kids and she can just slip on the little tight dress. Angela run out of the House. So they know. Brian. And I'm going what are you wearing? Is On if I don't have two layers spanks, then a layer skims and like I dunno knee-high boots then took the body Congress into. So you kind of think it's Dicky's like back and you're like, I, don't I'm confused. I'm related trying to draw your I A- way from the from the body Congress to the boot. I can't leave the House also to me and twenty twenty like great. You're cute. I'm not woman shaming like positive but I don't like. Murata like we get it. You're you celebrate body we get it. I don't need to see you out in a body contrast when the rest of us have been home eat NACHOS cheetos burritos. Smoking weed at her mom's house trying to grab onto the banister for some stability site Julianne huff thrown the Lemon Water face goodbye unreal. I agree with you absolutely, not too body conscious because it makes me self conscious and if you've got a flat little figure, take it to fuck in. France and hang out with emily in Paris because she's got ripped dabs to rick I'm click conscious to. Film on a roll today I'm funnier Shit. I. Am Click conscious his body con dresses that are short. And you know what I'm talking about used by maybe baby by. Bright. You know there was always ex- to a wet seal and wedge between a forever twenty one and a Charlotte Russe at the mall. And the girls used to win and get the baby addresses. And even when I was like tiny was never tiny lists fucking play around. But even when I was like look a young twenty, one year old I still could never fit into bay and all they did was knock off the Air Velu J. Dress and you know what? I'm talking about that clubbing dress that everybody worn like two thousand and two and yet aware with like the knockoff Yves Saint Laurent bag wedged shoes. But there wedged in the front and it's a spike in the back and it's actually basically what Mariah? Carey. So wears every day and they're moments where it's like I know what looks good on my body so yeah, I kinda stay in the same. You know style frame if you will because I know the shape, it looks good but Mariah Carey still wearing the exact outfit. That will use to wear in two thousand two when we were going nightclubbing. So I do think this is really a bigger conversation about we need to call Mariah Carey Stylus and ask her what's going on because I love. I love Mariah Carey. She still rocking those outfits and I just like what are we doing here? It's unnecessary. Honestly, we might need to take political action if you show up to my house or anywhere until twenty twenty one and a body conscious stress I'm done you're not allowed to come in I. Don't say I'm being rude because I think you're rude for bringing your Fab fit fun attitude to my house and this chair is so fucking squeaky. I have not replaced it. All right. Thank you for the call. Let's get to the next boys male. Hasn't, McMahon is your friend Tom from Houston Texas I haven't absolutely not for you. I decided to go off visiting some friends up in San Antonio this weekend I've been regionally you know new relationship have a really Matz on social media about it and I'm prompted one of my friends goes you know I, can tell you've been in a relationship because you put on some quote unquote happiness wait. What in the Holy Hell is happiness wait. Go. Someone they happy again, fat. I think eating Oreos and you know so. The you know Guacamole I'm over here trying to eat and have a good time but apparently, it's because I'm happy. How do you feel if someone told you? You had happiness wait me your feedback. Tell me how you feel about that. Hope you have a great not here in the few Bitch Tom from his sending love the enthusiasm. Thank you for that beautiful good evening Houston. Fully, agree with you. It's unacceptable that somebody at any point was like, Oh, you're happy you put on weight can I tell you though you are a new relationship? If you have I mean they're half true. Because truly really what happens is when you start when you fall in love and it's a beautiful thing, throw all your inhibitions you throw your your your judgment out the window you're like this person settled this person is willing to. To be one with me and. I don't know I. I'm teeter-tottering on this only simply because. As somebody who's never really. You know I I do look back at the time Jeff and I first started dating and we were just like little baby Munchkins and there are points in a relationship where you become comfortable and you kind of let your hair down the hair on your vagina and your head and you're like it is what it is. But if you're new in the relationship, I think you still have an on point and not that you can't be yourself. I think really truly with with the real conversation is your friends jealous your friends trying to bring you. down. Because he or she single AF, they're trying to relation Shane you and I support all my single friends but don't come at me saying you look thick Oh are you still with that Guy Jeff Yeah am ten years eleven going on eleven his weight fluctuate yeah. Because he's a man has mind sade steady thick one, hundred percent. Now they're just trying to get up in your business because it sounds like your friend is nauseous fuck then you know I like a little cattiness I like this something Raymond would say to me Raymond be like. Are you someone new you're starting to get chunky and I be like fuck you and that but that's just how we talk to each other. I oftentimes think that if somebody were to listen to Ray and I talk to each other like and they didn't know us, they would think that we were two of the meanest people to one another and not about other people we have respect for the people but we are really mean to one another. But that's honestly a deeper level of friendship that you know you have that like three people in your life, your kind to, and that's how we communicate and it's really a beautiful thing. But I. Think in this case, your friend is trying to you know throw shade and by getting you revved up because they want you to be like I, remember put on weight. So. What if I'm? Hooking up and they want you to slip but you gotta stay. Physically do you if you want to you know do thank you. Thank. But also loves a beautiful thing and you should cherish that and putting on the relationship weight is kind of beautiful. There's nothing better. Than when you post sex and your lover literally leans over and says, I I have a pizza just delivered our time that I knew this would be a quick fifteen minute pump pump and so on. ubereats I went and I I made sure that the pizza was delivered should be hot fresh and ready. It's a beautiful thing. So really and truly there snarky comments come from a place of single jealousy a union, nip it in the but what I feel good. Yeah. A little bit swollen from a lot of the sex I've been having for sure have you had so much sexy feel hangover I have. You know what? I mean where you deplete it you're like. If you don't get an electrolyte stimulus stimulates if you don't get an electrolyte I order trying to say. You don't get a bag a banana bag as they call it in hospitals, which is a bag of electrolytes. It's essentially you know your sodium potassium, your magnesium that you feel you feel weak I mean they can bus a wide open and then also leave you depleted. So actually you should say to your friend is Oh yeah. No actually I haven't put on weight and I'm hungry for more more that. Good good. I'm actually super thirsty though, and then you watch your friend hit their. Side vape and you're like fuck you. We've gotta in this right now I mean listen where you're trying to solve really major world problems world crisis if you will, and I just feel like these are the things that I need to bring into the hotline. This was a great call all of these were great calls and I appreciate as being able to talk about what happened to us in study abroad. Talk about what we're watching Netflix talk about our love croissants talk about how to you don't go to you don't get Ireland and order an Irish car-bomb. You don't go to Japan and order kamikaze get it together because we also got to be friends to our allies across the pond because we might need. Also this was a PSA on the dangers of steroids. It's a false sense of energy of strength. These are things that we need to discuss and I'm also very excited to announce I will be running in twenty twenty four for something might be headed the Hoa. 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Filmmaker Joe Berlinger Goes in the Dark Mind of Ted Bundy

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Filmmaker Joe Berlinger Goes in the Dark Mind of Ted Bundy

"This is kick ass news. I'm Ben Mathis. When you need energy on the go and don't have time to wait in line, grab it spreads. So monster, Espresso monster is a premium blend of Espresso and cream made with freshly brewed Espresso, coffee hormone free milk, and a unique energy blend complete with taurine and B vitamins each can has three shots of Espresso and comes in vanilla Bresso and Espresso and cream flavors. I had one this morning before I came into the studio, and let me tell you it gave me just the boost I needed to get my day going, plus it tastes so delicious. I'd drink in anyway. So close your eyes, take a sip and enjoy Espresso Munster today. And now enjoy the podcast. Murder the person of this type hungry on field would also leave him with the obviously irrational belief that the next time he did movies seal. And the next time. He did it. Or the next. I'm not free the personality. Hi, I'm Ben Mathis. Welcome to kick ass news. That was the chilling voice of America's most notorious serial killer, Ted Bundy from a new true crime docu series that premieres on net flicks today, titled conversations with a killer. The Ted Bundy tapes, the foreparts special brings an infamously twisted mind into the light for the very first time through exclusive never before heard interviews from Ted Bundy himself this unique and gripping docu series focuses on a man whose personality good looks and social graces defied the serial killer stereotype allowing him to hide in plain sight as he committed the brutal sex crime slayings of more than thirty women before being caught in nineteen seventy eight it also examined the role that the media played and sensationalizing everything to do with Bundy. And how it paved the way for America's obsession with true crime as entertainment, and it's no coincidence that the director of converse. Nations with the killer. Is none other than Joe Berlinger who's been credited as one of the fathers of the true crime genre with his award winning documentaries like brother's keeper and the paradise lost trilogy today. Joe comes on the podcast talk about why he wanted to reexamine the Ted Bundy murders on the thirtieth anniversary of his execution and how he gained exclusive access to more than one hundred hours of prison interviews with the notorious killer, he discusses how one of bundy's first jobs gave him an inside view of the flaws in America's law enforcement system, how Bundy exploited those weaknesses to his own devilish advantage, and how it led to dramatic changes and how the F B I profile serial killers. And how state and local police share information. We talk about how Ted bundy's clean cut good. Looks helped him elude capture the groupies who showed up to support Bundy during his trial and the movie heart-throb Joe Berlinger cast in a new feature film about Bundy. We talk about the media serve. Circus that turned Ted Bundy into a household. Name the influence the Bundy trial had on the modern true crime genre. And why Berlin ger known as the father of the true crime documentary doesn't actually like the term true crime coming up with the ward winning filmmaker Joe Berlinger in just a moment. Joe Berlinger is an Academy Award nominated and EMMY and Peabody award winning filmmaker behind such landmark true crime documentaries as brother's keeper and the paradise lost trilogy as well. As the rocky memory Metallica some kind of monster in many other films. Now, he's produced and directed a four part docu series called conversations with a killer. The Ted Bundy tapes which debuts on net flicks. January twenty fourth as well as a dramatic film, titled extremely wicked shockingly evil in vile, which premieres at Sundance just two days later. Joe Berlinger, welcome to the podcast. Oh, thanks for having me. Glad to be here. Well, this documentary was just fascinating. And it comes on the thirtieth anniversary of Ted bundy's execution. What do you think is at the core of our enduring fascination with this monster? Yeah, you know, I think I it was convenient that the thirtieth anniversary of his exit. Cuche in kind of gave, you know gave the show an organizing principle, but I think thirty years from now will still be fascinated with Bundy, I just think because you know, he taps into our deepest darkest worst fear. Not that not that we're going to all be killed by serial killers per se, but rather the person next to you is ultimately unknowable because Bundy defied all stereotypes of what you want to think, a serial killer looks like and feels like, you know, people wanna think that serial killers are these odd social outcasts that are easily identifiable in society. But the reality is and particularly for Bundy who embodied this, you know, Bundy was a charming good looking guy that people liked who, you know, he declared his innocence for a long time a lot of people believed him. And so the whole idea that somebody could be so evil could be the. Serial rapist murderer of over thirty women, and he did terrible things to these women both before and after death that it's a person whom many people liked and admired, and that's that's our deep. I think a very deep dark fear that that he and fascination that he taps into. I mean as Bundy himself says in the show, you know, murderers, do not come out of the shadow with long fangs dripping in blood. They are people, you know, you like you work with you admire who the next day or capable of of the most demonic evil possible. You know, so that's that's my fascination with him. And also, I you know, the other reason I thought it was a good time to take a look at him. Now is that? You know, I don't need to tell anybody that. There's seems to be an insatiable appetite these days for anything true crime related. I've never been busier. And there's never been more stuff coming out about you know, that's crime related, and I think we can trace that all the way back to Ted Bundy because Bundy who represented himself at his own murder trial the Bundy trial in Miami was the first nationally televised trial. It was the first time cameras were led into the courtroom and people just saw serial murder as entertainment of from gavel to gavel for the first time, and you can take that line and trace it directly to the OJ Simpson trial in ninety five and then to where we are today, which is just we just seem to have this fascination with this kind of material new just talking about the fact that Ted Bundy wasn't what you pictured when you think of a mass murderer. He was handsome. Well-spoken well-dressed how much of this. Do you think played into his ability to allude capture for? So that that that was part and parcel to how he was able to go on a multi state killing spree and not be captured was people just didn't think that this guy could be capable. In fact, some of his earlier murders were in Seattle in the Seattle area in this place called lake sammamish, which was outside of Seattle the this state park, and he was so he had escalated his killings instead of nocturnal preying upon a female walking alone in in an alleyway type of killing this time at lake sammamish. He he brazenly went out in the open on a very busy weekend day at a at this park that was on a lake and he brazenly approached numerous women to which was his class. Classic Rusi had fake cast on and asked different women. If. They would accompany him to help him put a sailboat on his vehicle, and even though he successfully ended up killing not one but two women that day. There was enough people who heard him say his name Ted who heard him say he had a VW and enough information was gleaned by authorities that a composite sketch was made of him, and when this newspaper article with the composite sketch circulated around Seattle, including his name in the his first name Ted and the mention of his VW a lot of Ted's friends pointed to the newspaper and said, oh, boy, isn't that a coincidence a guy named Ted, and he has VW to and look at the sketchy kinda looks like you. But nobody thought oh jeeze. Maybe he's the killer. I think the fact that he was able to present himself as a up and coming lawyer law. Lawsuit made people, you know, give him a pass yen at one point wasn't even going into politics. I guess it was on the staff of a gubernatorial campaign. Do you think that he saw himself one day becoming president good question? Well, you know, there's certain psychopaths have lots of things in common in their aspiration for the high the high office. But I I don't I don't think he saw himself that way. I think I think actually, sadly, despite the outward appearance, he had this nagging, insecurity, this nagging emptiness. And that's what compelled him to kill. So I'm not sure he really thought of himself as somebody who was going to have that career. But I think others who looked at him thought he was on the path to success the skeleton around which you built this document series is a collection of over one hundred hours of audio interviews with Ted Bundy from prison win. And how did you first become aware of these recordings was Stephen Michaud? Oh, and Hugh Ainsworth who are journalists. They conducted these interviews in nineteen eighty right after his conviction. The these audiotaped interviews and had exclusive access to Bundy. And they turned it into a book called conversations with a killer and Michaud was a fan of my work and reached out to me. And when I heard these tapes, you know, fairly recently, I thought, wow, this is something amazing to build a show around. I like how you use the word skeleton. But you know, we might wanna use that word a little more careful as as as it relates to this story. Just just kidding. But when I saw that the tapes were, you know, when I listened to these tapes, I thought, you know, because there there is a lot of stuff on Bundy out there already. And so I and I've always been fascinated by his story. But I never. I thought I would be adding to the kind of you know. Shows and media that's already out there about Bundy. But this these tapes, you know, felt like there was something new to say so my partners at radical media. And I went to Netflix and to see if they were interested in they agreed that there's a real opportunity here to tell a somewhat familiar story through a whole new point of view in a new lens, and that is entering into the mind of the killer himself to get some kind of understanding of how he operated and why he operated, and you know, it's utterly chilling. And fascinating to hear the killer himself talk about his crimes, I'm interested in how these two journalists you and Steven actually got permission to do this. Because a lot of people requested interviews with Bundy in prison, and he always turned them down. But Stephen and Hugh convinced him by reaching an unusual agreement with Ted Bundy could you talk about their deal. You know, Michelle. Ios agent. You know, reached out to him saying that Bundy was looking for somebody to tell his story that seemed interesting to those guys because you know, at the time Bundy was declaring his innocence. I mean, that's another hallmark of Bundy in that, you know, most serial killers once they're caught, you know, just love to spill the beans about their evil acts Bundy maintained his innocence throughout the trials throughout the entire appeals process and didn't actually confess until days before his execution in nineteen Eighty-nine. And even that was a cynical attempt to extend his life because he hoped that by becoming useful. And finally talking about the crimes that was his kind of you know, Ason the hall that would keep, you know, investigators investigators would want to keep him alive until they closed. These many cases in multiple states that were still technically open. So I think Stephen and Hugh thought well if he's telling the truth, and he is innocent. Then it's a hell of a story. And if he's not telling the truth, and and we reinvestigate the case, and we have access to Bundy, it'll still be an interesting story. So they decided to sign on. And kinda Stephen was tasked more with doing the sit down interviews while he went off in tried to put together the pieces of the case. Of course, us investigation turned up the fact that you know, Bundy was obviously the killer. It sounds like he's sent them on a fool's errand. And they actually talk about having a certain amount of buyer's remorse at some point because he would just jerk them around for hours and talk about his idyllic, childhood and bloviate about this and that and anything other than the murders. How did they finally get him to talk about that even though Bundy was looking to tell his own story and look for some investigator to exonerate him. Stephen wanted to drill into the crimes and. Bundy kind of refused to talk about the crimes which defeated the whole purpose of why were they were there? And so Steven had this kind of epiphany in which if he you know, he he offered to have Ted just be an expert witness to talk in the third person. And he theorized that if Ted was allowed to talk in the third person, you know, a serial killer loves to talk about their crimes, but he didn't want to implicate himself legally. And so he suggested to Ted that one one you talk in the third person and tell me what a person like this might do if they were in this situation, and you can kind of be an expert for me, and that idea really appealed to Bundy and Bundy, then it was like the floodgates opened. And he started talking, you know, quite extensively in about. You know what? A killer would have done in these crimes and clearly he's talking about himself because the the level of detail that he knew clearly suggested that that he was the person doing these things, but it allowed him to talk in a way that didn't implicate him legally, they admit in the documentary that they got pretty frustrated with all the games Bundy was playing with them. And eventually they just got sick of being around the guy. Yeah, they were fascinated by the time. He started to talk. But by the end of the process, they were so disgusted by what they learned from this person that you know, they had had enough. You know, I I can relate, you know, I've done now kind of almost simultaneously. I did the scripted movie with Zach Ephron lily Collins, which takes a different part of you. And I've been deeply immersed in the in the tapes and doing the series, and I am, you know, not that I'm sick of talking about the show right now to use to take the wrong way. But but it's it's the. Acts that he did are so vile what he did to another human being so repulsive, and he demonstrates such a lack of remorse, which was one of the remarkable things about my entry into these tapes was just a deeper understanding of how that mind works, and how remorse lis- he was. I'm sick of it too. Because it's just you know, it's the darkest side of humanity. That's been revealed here and their experience of kind of being led along by Ted Bundy was not uncommon one constant weather. It was Bundy talking to the reporters or even to the FBI whether he was on the Lam from the law or standing trial. He seemed to always be one step ahead just toying with people and relishing these little mind games Bundy was a master manipulator. I mean, his whole MO approaching women with fake cast or limping with a with a fake crutch. You know pr-? Paying upon the female instinct to nurture seeking out help and then using that to isolate a woman by his car and then killing them in horrific ways. Whether it's that or declaring his innocence or manipulating his live in girlfriend, which is the subject of my scripted movie was Acque Ephron, but he was always doing things to trip up the police he would change his modus operandi and change up. How he did the crimes he would leave things at crime scenes that had nothing to do with the crimes to confound them. You know when the heat started getting hot in the Washington state area after that lake sammamish brazen daytime attack onto women resulted in a sketch of him being circulated in the Seattle paper. He moved onto Utah became a member of. The Mormon church as cover continued on his on his killing spree. You know, he was enrolled at the university of Utah law school, but he chose to go to law school in Utah. As a way of getting out of Seattle, we're gonna take a quick break. And then we'll be back with more with Joe Berlinger when we come back in just a minute. If there's something interfering with your happiness or preventing you from achieving your goals better. Help online counseling can help. Better. Help offers licensed professional counselors who are specialized initials such as depression anxiety relationships. 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Does it take a different angle on Ted Bundy than the documentary? You know, lily Collins plays the real life, Elizabeth club for who. You know? That's an aspect of the story. That's so fascinating to me that during the six years that Bundy was doing most of his killing he was living with this woman named Elizabeth club for who we met in a bar in nineteen sixty nine and for six or seven years, they had a wonderful relationship. He was a terrific surrogate. Father to her daughter from another relationship he was by all accounts at terrific boyfriend. So he was just you know, masterfully manipulating people. Although I think he actually really did love a Elizabeth in as much as a psychopath can love that relationship is what I focus on on in the scripted film. Extremely wicked and Zach Ephron. Plays Ted Monday and lily Collins plays Elizabeth for. Yeah. Which is perfect because he did have a certain movie star like quality to him. You wouldn't want to cast a monster to play Ted Bundy? Yeah, exactly. I mean, that's, you know, in many ways, we're kind of poking at Zaks kind of teen heartthrob image that he wants to get away from, but is still part of his personality part of his kind of persona and Bundy, you know, even at his Miami trial after much of the information was already out in known to the public that trial was attended by a number of, you know, I hate to use this word groupie, but that feels like an appropriate word number of young women who were so titillated by the idea of Bundy in the courtroom that they had to go for themselves and witness witness the trial. He had that kind of pull over women, which I. Found fascinating. Yeah. And it's interesting because America seemed to have this duality with Ted Bundy where there was the revulsion in the fear. But there was also especially after he escaped from custody, not once but twice this sense of him as a folk hero and sex symbol, and it's absolutely astonishing. You know that a guy who, you know, kept declaring his innocence. And yet the legal troubles kept mounting, and he escapes from prison not once but twice and while he's on the Lam does his most vicious killings in Florida at Florida State University in Tallahassee the cuyahoga sorority killings. You would think that somebody who was, you know, had the presence of mind to plan to prison escapes. I mean who who who escapes from prison once let alone twice you would think that he would learn his lesson and lay low, but that compulsion to kill was so strong that by the time it got to. Florida two weeks after his second escape he does some of his most vicious killings. And yet he still had his admirers and fans, and there was this odd duality as you say of of, you know, people, you know, fearing him, but also almost according him some kind of folk hero status which continues today. I mean, it's just it's, you know, a America, you know, has five percent of the world's population yet, we've had sixty seven percent of the world's serial killers. And the one name that constantly floats to the top despite those many, many serial killers. We've we've you know had here in America. The Bundy name is just so well known and I think, you know, it goes back to bundy's trial. He was this was the first nationally televised trial the. First time serial murder was kind of turned into mainstream entertainment because basically technology meeting this increasing fame of this guy. Just a few months before his trial. A number of new stations were still shooting news on sixteen millimeter film. But around the time of the Bundy trial, this new satellite technology, and electronic news gathering as we know it today was was just coming into its own. And so that allowed live coverage of his trial. The Florida judge allowed the cameras in because it was such demand for coverage from around the world by the time the trial started. I mean, there were cameras from fifty states in nine countries watching this horror unfold gavel-to-gavel, you know, you can draw a straight line from there to the Bundy execution when Bundy was executed ten years later. It was the first time mobile satellite. Trucks were kind of in vogue, and his execution was also a live television event. Obviously, they weren't looking at him actually being executed, but all the fanfare outside of the death house was covered, you know, extensively. And I think because he was our first media celebrity in terms of criminality in a whole new way of covering these stories, it, you know, it's made him into this this memorable figure that people have, you know, all sorts of odd feelings about. Yeah. And he almost seemed to have an intuitive instinct for how to manipulate the media you talked about during the trial, and how he was allowed to be his own co-counsel and lead his own defense cross examine witnesses, and he's filing all these crazy motions in court. Like, you know, I want to quote unquote, change of menu because he's tired of eating grilled cheese sandwiches or proposing marriage to a witness on the stand. I it seems like. He's playing more to the press than he is to the jury. Yeah. Absolutely. He was playing to the press. But also, I think to his own detriment legally some of the things that he did trial. I think greatly benefited the prosecution merg sample very early on the prosecutor Larry Simpson called the PO the first police officer who was at the crime scene at for the Cayo mega murders. The the first police officer to show up at the scene, and the prosecution was not planning on diving too deeply into into the details of the crime scene because they were going to present forensic evidence later in the trial. So is a very brief kind of just table setting establishment of the crime scene, and and this particular police officers role in it Bundy to the consternation of his public defenders. Stood up and decided to cross examine extensively with great detail. The crimes the this officer who was the first at the crime scene and going into such detail that everyone in the courtroom kind of felt like this was a serial killer or a killer relishing going over the details of his crimes, and you know, it it it did not help in the minds of the jury that he did those kinds of things and yet he played to the to the press into the media and the and the and the spectators in the in the galley were hugely entertained by him. And I almost wonder if you think that maybe the theatricality of his defense strategy pre-stages what we see in politics today, where if you can create enough distraction in theory, maybe the facts won't matter. I think that's a I think that's a very good point. And I agree with that wholeheartedly. You know, he was. You know, he was somebody who just kept denying denying the Niang. And and a lot of people signed on but much to their chagrin later when he confessed just a few days before his execution. I mean, the the most notorious example of courses caroll-ann Boone a worker of his from earlier days in Washington state during the Miami trial. She came down to support him. They ended up falling in love he proposed marriage to her while during the mitigation phase of his death sentence during the Kimberly Leach trial, which was the second trial after the Cayo mega sorority trial and he proposed marriage because he became aware that you know, a declaration of marriage proposal in an open court in front of court. Officers crew. Created a legal marriage in the state of Florida. And you know, the prosecution dismissed it as charade designed to you know, you elicit sympathy like who's going to you know, how how can you sentence me to death on my marriage? They give me give me life without parole. Instead that was that, you know, how the prosecution and many people perceived it, and yet the public just kind of ate it up and caroll-ann said, yes and still believed in his innocence. And they actually you know had a child together while he was on death row. So it was it was an extraordinary set of circumstances. I was interested to learn that before he even began his killing spree. I think he worked at the Seattle crime commission. Do you think that gave him an insider knowledge of the weak spots in the system that he could explode to his advantage? Oh, absolutely. I mean, the fact that he had that kind of knowledge of you know, how police investigations worked as. Is one of the many ironies and interesting facts. I think Bundy is very much a product of his of of the era. You know, the the seventies was a time before many police investigation techniques had been created for example. There's a common perception that profiling F B I profiling is what captured Bundy, but it's just the opposite. The failure to capture Bundy after his conviction caused a lot of soul-searching at the FBI and led to the creation of their profiling program. And so Bundy was interviewed by the FBI after his conviction as a way to, you know, start creating this profiling program, you see a fictionalized version of it in in the Netflix series mindhunter. But this was you know, the local police. Departments. All of whom I think did as good job as possible. So this is not to criticize either the King County police in Seattle or the Colorado police because in Colorado, for example, Mike Fisher, the detective there was tenacious in trying to solve the murder of Karen Campbell. But police departments didn't routinely share information there were no central databases forensics as exists now was in a far weaker state. There was no DNA evidence. There weren't even fax machines, or you know, police are police departments communicated by teletype. There was no internet. So Bundy, you know, exploited the system and was able to elude capture for for far too long. In fact, to me, one of the most fascinating and horrifying things about the Bundy case, you know, in particular is that you know, he was apprehended three times he was apprehended in Utah. And that ultimately led to his conviction. For attempted kidnapping of Carol Durant. He was apprehended in Colorado after his first prison break six days after his prison break, he was apprehended and he was apprehended in Pensacola, Florida, which ultimately led to his his final murder trial in Miami for the cuyahoga killings. But in each instance, he was not arrested because the police were on his trail, and they caught the right guy. Each of these arrests were because he was driving stolen vehicles you radically and an alert police officer noticed either a stolen vehicle or the erotic driving. And that's the reason he had been pulled over in each of those three instances, and then only later did they realise who they had in in custody. So I've always kind of thought it's amazing that had Bundy been a better driver. He might never have been caught. Wow. In the aftermath of Ted bundy's killings, you mentioned that the F B started, profiling serial killers. And there's this kind of silence of the lambs mind hunter aspect to all of this where at a certain point Bundy began actually helping the FBI with cases in volunteering is theories and information about different active cases, or what kind of things was he telling them and was it useful? I think a lot of what he's he offered. The FBI was useful. And again, it was you know, sent his cynical attempt to keep himself alive by bargaining information. But you know, he had, you know, a unique insight, and I think for Bill hag Meyer, the FBI agent who interviewed him, and who was part of that profiling program, I think he was incredibly useful to them. So some good came out of the Bundy saga. But at obviously way too high a price. I wanna go back to his execution because as you mentioned the media circus even carried through all the way to his death. Seth you show. Thousands of people gleefully showing up at the prison selling souvenir t-shirts shooting off fireworks in this macabre carnival around his execution in a strange way. Do you suppose that the ultimate sociopaths final? Masterpiece was that he made the media and by extension America as a whole just a little bit more callous in less than pathetic. I think that's an outstanding point. And one of the things that troubles me, including myself. You know, I'm I-. I impartially self reflexively looking at how we've become this nation of what I call rubber neckers where you know, we do want to see what's happened to other people. We do look at crime as entertainment, unfortunately. And while I like to think that much of my true crime stuff. In fact, I hate that moniker. You know, if you look me up in the Wikipedia page it says, I'm a true crime pioneer. But true crime for me is you know. Is a mixed bag because sometimes, you know, it's just wallowing in the misery of other people. And I hate to think that that's what I do. You know, there's a certain aspect to my work that I believe, you know, as I've advocated for the wrongfully convicted I've helped wrongfully convicted people get out of prison with my work with the arise law series. You know? So there's a social Justice component to my true crime filmmaking and yet I'm part of genre. That takes other people's tragedies. The worst tragedy you can imagine the loss of a loved one, and we make entertainment out of it. And you know, I'm highly aware and conscious of that. And I do think all of that the the circus like atmosphere, the t shirts that were being sold. You know, burn Bundy burn, you know, people driving by with banners, you know, FSU students wanting revenge who you know, were not old enough. We're probably ten years old when the crime. Uh-huh. Actually happened. You know, I do think it's it was kind of a low point. And a floodgate of where we are today where there is an insatiable appetite for this type of programming. And I think often the victim is forgotten. You know, we have to remember that there are dozens of family members dozens and dozens and dozens of family members who are the the victims as well of bundy's crimes, and I do think, you know, and I'm applying the criticism to myself. So I'm not immune from it. But at least I I wanted to pull back and analyze I think sometimes our our desire to examine these crimes is often at the expense of the victim. Well, I want to also ask you about that social Justice aspect to what you do your most famous documentary paradise lost played an instrumental role in freeing, the young men who were wrongfully accused of murder, and I wanna. Her how you feel about the ethical state of true crime today. Do you worry that you might have created a monster in that too many directors in this next generation are now starting with the innocent man, ending in mind in skewing, the story to fit their desired narrative? You know? Look, I think the worst one of the worst things that could happen to a person is to be convicted of a of a crime that they're not guilty of and that and prosecutors have unique power to take away your personal liberty and sometimes they don't always play by the rules. So and once you're convicted it's really hard to get unconvicted. It just it takes far too long for the wheels of Justice to operate. And sometimes they don't operate at all, you know, it's estimated that, you know, five percent of people in prison by many experts are are wrongfully convicted, you know, with two million people in prison in our country every day. That's a lot of people who are. Potentially innocent, you know, more and more filmmakers taking up the cause and shining a light on these injustices. I think can only be helpful. I just hope that it's done responsibly and not done in a way where we're letting guilty people go free. But I think by the time these cases make it into the lens of filmmaker. You know, there's a pretty good chance that the person is is innocent. So I don't necessarily think we've we've created a problem. We have such a problem with the criminal Justice system is in such need of reform on so many levels from over sentencing from the legacy of the the the the the horribly conducted war on drugs, the racial inequity. There's just so many issues of incarceration that need to be addressed that I don't think there can be enough films and television programmes being made Mike my fear is not that they profile the wrong person. My. Fear is that there's so much documentary activity going on these days the form has never been more popular. There's so much activity that I hope people don't become you know, kind of. Immune to what's going on. You know, it's it's, you know, sometimes we become so inoculated from having any feeling because we keep hearing the same situation over and over again, you know, when brother's keeper in paradise lost first came out, they were rather unique films. And so they were able to cut through and tell their stories now, we have so many of them that I hope people really pay attention to the underlying issue as opposed to just treating it as the latest piece of entertainment to consume. And then forget about we'll before we go. Do you think Ted Bundy was insane? Or is that a cop out, you know, one of the things the tapes taught me is that he was highly aware of what he did. It's not like some act done by a split personality or an M amnesia. He was highly aware, and therefore it's hard to say was. The insane or not insane. Because anybody who would do these kinds of things is by definition insane. But he was a highly aware of his acts, and therefore he got the the punishment. He deserved. Whoa. Conversations with a killer. The Ted Bundy tapes debuts on net flicks. Thursday, January twenty fourth and Joe's film, extremely wicked shockingly evil and vile Ramirez at the Sundance film festival this weekend. Joe Berlinger, thanks so much for talking with me. Good conversation. Thanks for having me. Thanks again to Joe Berlinger for coming on the show conversations with a killer. The Ted Bundy tapes is available on net. Flicks beginning today, January twenty four and also look for his feature film. Extremely wicked shockingly evil and vile at the Sundance film festival and in theater soon. If up with Joe at Joe, Berlinger dot com or on Twitter at at Joe Berlinger. Whatever struggles you're facing from depression and anxiety trauma and grief better. 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The Peas & Tomatoes of the Whole Thing

Scrubbing In with Becca Tilley

1:07:31 hr | 5 months ago

The Peas & Tomatoes of the Whole Thing

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Oh, I didn't know that I didn't know we made up to you know to Pete if you if you say them back to back, you realize one does not sound as does not flow as well, which would be the to by three peat wait. I'm so glad that you're back because last week when we actually have the news, you weren't here we had Aaron whom we love like she's obviously not as attached to the. As. As we are you know inside felt like a little kind of embarrassing really going on you know she had big news, you know newly engaged and you know. She was our guest and I was like really wanting to like. Down the PC nomination and I felt like I needed to be a little more. Subdued but now that you're back, it's like hell. Yeah baby let's keep it. That's right we call with amy and Danielle and amuse like you know I mean, I don't know reenact. We need to reenact reenact the call. Okay. So I was back home visiting my family Becca right? Okay and then I'll be Tanya and then And then you be amy as well. Okay. Okay. So I'm it's like chaos in the van we're trying to plan an event and stuff and. I say something like. I don't even know how the topic came up about. Okay. So I'll be done. Yeah. I'll be Tanya and detail. So Danielle was like, okay, guys. We KINDA WANNA flip it on its head the whole voting parties we've done it before. So how about we do? Some sort of celebration brunch. Where we have other nominees and just kind of celebrate the. and. So they were throwing out dates and it was passed the date of when the voting ends, which we've always done the voting party. Party before so that people could we could get votes in like Getting votes, and so I was like what I think Tony was like way why are we doing it after the voting in well I said, I, love all these ideas are great ideas. I'm on board. I will be at any of these things but am I the only one concerned that this is after voting ends and it's like. For us to sue to get the votes to win amy's like well, you know I mean it's the third year like well, maybe let's give someone else a chance to win and I was just waiting to your Tania's. So, then aiming she a little bit more like this shows. You know maybe we let somebody else when it this year like share the wealth or whatever and I literally go. Amy I love that. That's really release. Sweet to say. But how to the EPA no, we are the underdogs like we are the little engine that could why would we stop now like I was like and I don't want that attitude anywhere near a people's choice award. Thank you very much. So if that's the way you're going to feel about this I don't want you planning our Party. Well. This thing when she said that I got in my head because I, was like, does she have Intel that we don't know like maybe she like she's talking like Oh, Hey, just so you know like we love scrubbing him but we they can't win three years in a row like we just can't do that and so out of people, it's the people that decide I know until I was like wait do you know something? We don't know like do you have intelligence like? No? No I just feel like you know we've won it three two years in a row feels like a little greedy and I'm like. No the scrubbers got us on the ballot again. For a reason and it's to win. Yeah and then she was. Like Oprah's she like we aren't. That's the whole point. We're not oprah like. That's the that is the peas and tomatoes of the whole thing like we are not oprah you know what I mean like we are scrubbing in. We are the we are the antithesis of Oprah on the ballet. Well. So I'm looking at the nominees this year and I will say we've always been up against some hard hitters like we've always had some big name surrounding our title of our podcast, but this year is. Names, the I know more. So in the podcast world as opposed to just names being in celebrity world like Oprah was like shocking to be next to her every and Dax Shepard is obviously like always in the running with us and he's such a big name but these are podcasts. So we have call her daddy, which is A. Massive they've had like a huge. They had like a bunch of I know but guess what? What? I don't think girls are listening to our girls that podcast right? I think autograph really again. I think it's both. And the vile files nick by all and then anything goes with IMMA CHAMBERLAIN WHO's like a huge youtuber in. Take Talker and she has Is that our competition, right? I feel like I just listed the the main one, the ones that are gonna I mean they're all pretty pretty solid. So. So let me tell you. Let me tell you how that call ended gay. Because Let me tell you something I haven't feeling very Sohn's e lately like so Sohn's e to the point where like I can't eat literally I can't even sleep like I'm up every hour and I didn't realize how important sleep was to me just in life. Because I usually get a good amount like you get at least six hours. Yeah. You're actually you're pretty committed I mean you've always arranger schedule around so they can get a solid sleep. Yeah. So the waking up every hour is like not great does not who've me? and so I just kind of been like this like in this little bit of a days and so it was almost almost amy's. Disarray or just like. Let you up lit me up yeah. NIGGA. We are going swing and hard. To three peat right here. Okay. So basically now it's up to us because. Kind of kicked her out. Most I'd prefer planning over. All, that negative energy are surrounding are PGA. Well so more than ever we appreciate your votes and the way to do that you can go to. Dot E online dot com well, obviously be posting swipe ups and links to that in the facebook group but let's just I mean let's do what y'all have done the past two years and make it a three peat. And then we can talk next year. Maybe letting someone else have a chance, maybe maybe that's in the air. But like I mean, we're just so grateful to be honest I feel like with the pandemic and everything I wasn't sure that we would be be in the running this year just because I think you know it's been the energies been off for everybody I'm sure everyone podcast felt this way but I think we've definitely felt that feeling of like are we doing enough? Is it still the same podcast and there's been some rollercoaster moments but it Kinda Kinda gave me a little pep in my step to also my vacation gave me a pep in my step by or didn't realize how much I just needed to be outside of La Honestly your vacation gave me a pep. I'm like watching your video, seeing your photos as I'm like literally A. Organizing Jewelry for the fifth time during quarantine okay. Well. So every year. Laura my best friend from high school and she lives in Louisiana we go on a birthday for both of our birthdays. So hers is at the beginning of September in the minds at the end of October, and so normally around beginning of September we go. But I just didn't I wasn't sure about traveling on a plane or whatever, and so we didn't plan anything and then I was just feeling really antsy I was like I it's never cooling down in La again I think I think it's just going to be home in five top overly was forcing jacket thing on and I'm forcing it because it's still hot outside. And I just needed a break I think just I just needed to feel something normal and so we planned a trip to New England and it was me Haley and Laura and we we got we all got tested before we wore masks shields on the plane. It was probably the cleanest I've ever felt on an airplane like I would say if you have to go somewhere go somewhere now because airplanes will never be this clean. And it was just magical like taking in fresh fall air. WAS LIKE A. Boost of Serotonin. Because let me tell you the only Eros breathing was my my oven air. That really brought me a lot of joy baking that cake. I'M NOT GONNA it looked amazing I it took me three hours and the best three hours of my week. Honestly I would be down the bake one with the another one. Yeah to So then from New England, we went to visit my sister in. Louisiana. So it was just like a very different change of scenery. No I got my nephews and my sister, my brother-in-law and It was just so much fun. It's just fun. You know I it's so funny being in. Like back with your family because you were like, go Ba- revert to your old ways as a kid like I was eating my nephew's eat I was eating like way. So did you all stay together? Did you say your stated my sister's? Yeah. So it was a big fine house just like lots of games of no we stayed at the house and I was like play backyard football is fun. I feel like one of those people that have so many questions about 'cause like I haven't been on an airplane since probably I know I was nervous I mean I honestly I. Don't you touch things did you eat anything? Did you pee on the seeds like? On. The airplane seats like that we saw on. So you get on the flight and they have got bring my hydro flask is that in the? Touch anything I. Don't know we did make that drive from the Boston Airport Vermont which was the same track and we were in traffic and. Win The hydro? happened. But it? No, it was. They hand you a sanitizing wipe as you get on. It's like an alcohol one. So the whole plan smells smells like. Just like out rubbing alcohol you wipe it down. In my seat had already been wiped down. So it got a double cleanse. But yeah, I was very like no one really fight it and it will come over a few like you know need something. On the way there, I slept the whole time. So I literally was just in my seat but. I had a great experience like I felt very. Comfortable and safe and I was a little nervous and anxious about going. So I will say that was a positive experience. That's good. But I feel like we're sure. I. Mean I shouldn't say we I'm starting to get like. That weird sense of talking the other day about going back to concerts. And I was like, are we like? Second makes me. So anxious to be around all those people 'cause like even when I'm around people I'm. Far. Away. And there's not more than six people that I'm with at a time. You know what I mean. Yeah. Because you going to the forum. No. I. Really, I can't even when I watched shows still I see someone hug and I'm like you watching emily in Paris and like when they were kiss each other I'm like what's happening I started Velez? Night. That was the highlight of my weekend watching him Oh. Did you thing the whole thing binge? No I didn't do I can't do that. I'm not a good like. Injure but I did it in two sitting so I did it Episodes one through four and then finish it off the next day. But man and because I've been wanting to Paris forever and. Like I was there and like. Lily's character is just. So Emily, I like resonate so much with emily just like this frigging like deer in headlights, which is so happy about everything you know yeah. Decided for opportunity and she's just like she's. Like slew she sleeps around and like having some fun. So it's just just like so good. Yeah it's I. Didn't I haven't gotten that far just watch like the first. Two episodes but. It never was talking about it. It was one of those like viral moments. Love to see it. Yeah. That was a thrill. So Emily, oh, go ahead. Impair you know there was another breakthrough moment my week, which is just really exciting because of my Uti, my ut I walk that I. Found a new urologist and this guy is the man and he has like determined to figure this thing out and now I have my own like at home. Actually. have it in the bathroom right here. It's like my own P when you have to go to the doctor and they P and they have like that little sanitary like thing that UPN. Have, my own with my name on it and wipe so that when I feel the symptoms, I have my own home thing that I can. P and right away I have a pill that I can take the pain and then I can take him. So he can really examined because the whole problem is I've is just taking these antibiotics without. Testing your testing, my urine. Yeah, and so he so now I have a game plan I feel good about it have a doctor that cares still do my pelvic floor physical therapy. Just to. Go into the journey that never end the journey that never. which kind of switching gears this doctor related Did you see the trailer for the? New Season of Grey's anatomy coming out. No. Trailer well, yeah. I mean it's just like a song in the background there's a lot happening. It's a crossover with station nineteen. I did not see trailer I just saw the news. Okay. Well, it's the news on that. There's a crossover to our. So the cool thing is. There's this girl that I have just recently become instagram friends with in her name is A. Name wrong but it's her name is Nicole Sarah. No I, think as I say it but I. will she was a is or was a worship leader for red rocks worship in Denver, and she has this album where she sings almost of it and I listened to it. Like rely just back to over and over again if you years ago when I heard, it anyways her song is on the background of the preview for grey's anatomy this season and so I wrote her and I was like. I feel so excited and proud for you like this is a huge moment for all of us and she goes, oh, she goes I mean, I'm the biggest grey's anatomy fan like we used to go to goodwill and get scrubs and we'd like scrub in with my friends and watch on the couch and I was like I can you hear like I have a podcast called scrubbing in based off of Grey's anatomy and we sometimes we're scrubs and we also found that in a while we need to do that again I enjoy that. Do next week with our guests because we have very appropriate guests. But it was just funny getting to share our. Obsession her song is on about and she said, she was like my one goal is to be like a corpse or someone an extra in line honey. A you know what's funny is I need you to watch emily in Paris, because there's this guy in the show his aims Lucas Bravo that's real name but his name and the show is Gabrielle. Wow He literally has the same stage presence as MC dreamy like I was. So shook when I like I saw him come on the scene in the show and then by the end of it, I was like. This kind of is like his show like it's really lily like Lily Collins James. Collins is like the main Emily Harris but. He really really like see this chef yes. Oh Yeah. Why DMT him and I was like you need to be on Grey's anatomy me. Needs to be married as new love interest while she's already picking the cast. It it I saw it and I was like this guy. Is he but he's young though so it'd be another deluca type thing or okay. You left out the best part Tanya he responded. Responding he said something like his accent would would not do well at Grey Sloan Memorial. Yeah, he's a fresh tour. Wow. How even better merited so cultured. Angie knocked. If anyone would Cristina Yang could have sent him from like the Alps wherever she is. I don't know if they're the same accent, but like he could be traveling surgeon. Yeah. Wow. Well. Thought that said. She got a call from. Jamie UTA, but down just looked down and brain. Obviously. Ti's when I'm. Like wow, like someone her phone is I used to have people guys in my phone is like. Stephen bumble like I had so many I clearly still do jamie she has a last name she's at my is Jamie. UTA. Yeah I mean. I need you to be on with me I need you to be on my level with with this guy being on grey's anatomy like how do we make that happen? Chris Chris next week. Yeah Ye. Yeah. Well, he's supposed to be Miroslav Inter no. No, he's Emilia's. confirmed. I. Don't know. Let's see. Let's teasing that if he is see on the calendar. In my calendar. Go. We have a very exciting guests next week, which Tania just revealed is A. Chris Tarmac sorry. Guys. Plays Link and he also was in the Oh c., which is where we first met Oh. That's where I first met him but. I'm really excited to talk to him because he had a huge storyline with Amelia. The show was coming to an end and abruptly. Was Finale and he's he's quite dreamy. I gotta say. Pretty. excited. But I bet the actors like don't really have much say in bringing other co I don't think he'd be able to help you actor on but I, think you could. Start a petition just tell them about it maybe but. I like the guy that I liked deluca in other doctor for Meredith Right now, the guy that's wait till you finish Emily Perez and then talk to me an excellent. Okay. y'All Komo's quite dreamy and I really into the other doctor that she likes to British Giacomo can go Giacomo can be with Joe. Now that she's sounding. Oh. Well, offense together like a nice little puzzle I just need to see I never thought I'd say but I just need to see what happens with Owen and Teddy. Caress. Great. CARE. They always do I feel like Sean derived clean of? Bringing someone that you initially don't care about her like and making them. Pull you in. It really is she doesn't she's done it with every single person she's brought on as like an I don't care about owing though I care more about the classic side of it but Owens. But he's like a subsidary but I cared about I did care about own when he was with Christina. The right words of subsidary what a subsidary mean. Well I think you're trying to say subsidiary. Works. In this context subsidiary means he's like superfluous. Throwing out as hordes now. With S. U. P.. As the start. He's like minutia right. That works. Subsidiary less important than but related to something I. Think you're subsidiary. Hogan's we haven't talked about a big deal for you as a massive Lakers fan. Thank you I. Thank you. I appreciate your condolences is it really was a big day for us over here at the Rad Pat Yeah just like you were just celebrating like crazy celebrating Laker. Fans do yeah. Yeah. So I actually wore my laker shirt for the game Friday night. Okay. I only have one LAKER. Shirt. Or that shirt and that game caused so much anxiety in my life that night it was a nail biter like and I don't invest in sports. I'm not a huge sports fan and I was getting so anxious watching this game and I was just like with some dudes and I'm like why? Do you like this like why do you like this anxiety that's like getting started you know what? I mean like it's Friday night like I wanNA chill with this the spirits and Mike Hang back I'm like stressed and panicked and like sweaty and I'm like I, don't like this. You drink a beer knows apple spritz. Oh Yeah. I went over to my neighbor errands house. Her and her fiance and. And So I was like, okay, I wore that laker shirt and they lost. So for the Laker game on Sunday, I did not wear any LAKER geared sweats. And we won. So that's going to be my new thing. Don't wear laker gear until next year. Correct. Congrats, I know there's a big game that you've just been really manifest. A big game is a big win. We played good as a team did. So also this week which. We haven't gotten to you or should we come back with this? Do we take a break? Okay great I want to talk about your modern woman woman workshop Oh. Okay. We'll be right back to talk about that. 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Okay so you had a modern woman workshop first of all, explain what or woman a modern woman's guide to love, but it was a workshop. Yeah. What like where did you come up with the idea or like thinking that that was something wanted to do 'cause I personally feel like this podcast is like a version of a modern woman's guide to love nobody was more like a workshop. So it was like I wanted it to. So basically what I've been wanting to write a book for a really long time and my heart's been broken a little bit in that. Spectrum you know about it And so I kinda just like. F that. When I'm told no, I. Don't sit back and Mike, let that happen and so I was like, how can I do this in a way where I can actually do it on my own? I don't need anybody else I do it on my own, and so we kind of created this sort of. Kind of like how we did like are just how everyone's doing these like live events. Exactly the same format and I did it like I just wanted to I did all about like love. So I took the first third of it and I talked about like self love and how I went down that path and that journey and all of my stuff, and then I brought Brad into talk about marriage and like his keys to marriage and like tangible takeaways. And then I had Matthew Hussy come on about like dating and being single and dating during the pandemic and I created this pdf file that like people if they wanted to actually treat it like a workshop, they could fill it out. Uh and then but I also didn't want people to do that if they just WanNa like hang back with like a glass of wine. So. I out the PDF like an hour before and it was. So. Because again, it's like I'm having this weird like I'm in this weird head space of just life right now like I don't know like I don't know what's going on I'm getting anxious about the future like I'm having all these weird things and so it was like such a crazy night because it was like such a success you know and like. It was a success interest in in all. Regards regards. Yeah. I mean like I don't really care about numbers and things like that other. People that make things happen care about numbers are happy with the numbers. I was more happy with the way that it went and like actually how much tangible information people got from it you know what I mean and just like I really feel like it was a different like I also think that sometimes. Especially the the nights lately can kind of all blurred together. You know what I mean. It's like what day that I don't know what's going on every day every night feels the same and it felt like in very different night. So I needed that and it was really good. Yeah. So is Matthew Hussy single is ceasing right now I don't know he knows says he's just like he gives advice but doesn't care much about him. Yeah. It's very interesting like I actually don't know. Did He have any? Did, he say anything where you're like Oh. Wow. I mean so many think. Because so many things it's actually insane. He's actually has this retreat that he's doing. It usually does he's a virtual on this weekend I'm going to go to but he was just a good like Perspective on things you know what I mean like he he's such. A has an eloquent way of delivering delivering that. Yeah. Yeah. I really like him I do too. I don't know. I have no idea and I like when I went before the workshop we went because I hadn't seen him in like two or three years, and so we went on a hike like a week and a half before the workshop and just like caught up on stuff and it was literally catch up on. Everything non love life related like I, don't even think told him anything that was going like he'd aren't being even have a friend. He knows like we learned just caught up on like work. Wow. Yeah he's just really I just really like I always like what he says when I see videos of him giving advice and talking about things because it never feels like overly harsh but it's realistic. It's not just like all fluff. so He'd be great to have on the podcast I told him to come love to have him. Down love to have him, he's like you've never invited me I was like. Yeah I'm pretty sure how. Those probably when he was with like Camille on his life was. Like I'M GONNA, go back in my text messages just to prove to you that I'm sure I have asked you to come on. I know I have. I was going through my messages on instagram and I got one from a girl who had just moved from like I think she was moving from Japan to the south like deep South and she was saying it's been really hard to like connect with people and find people that have like minded views and she's like people are almost hateful in there like. Like beliefs and how they treat people who are different from what the southern culture is and she was like, but may reminded me that you're from there and how how much you've grown since you know you've moved or whatever. But I was saying like she should join the facebook group or I didn't know she asked if she was already. A part of the facebook group. I was saying like so many people have connected from. Just reaching out and saying, Hey, I'm new here. Does anyone have the Similar interests as me, and so I was wanting to shot her out and just you know better out. I don't have her name on me right now. Let me find it. Great. Shoutout. Her name's Rachel and she seems awesome at I. Honestly her she's a military i. felt I feel for her because I visited Japan and it is amazing and the fact that she had to move their move away from there already hard think somewhere that's Being back in Louisiana this last week. Made me realize like I wouldn't even know how like I've only had to move away really like two times in my life when I say move away from Orange County Arizona, and Arizona to Los Angeles a really nothing. Too. Crazy. I could not imagine just like especially in my life getting up moving somewhere I knew nobody I know that's wild but. I will say like I know a lot of times we go somewhere and maybe we don't share the same beliefs views on certain things. But I have friends that we differ on certain things what we believe in how we think so I guess it's like don't shut off. People for differences like that. But do surround yourself as much as you can with like mindedness so that you don't I mean sometimes it's hard when it's. Conflict all the time you know being able to have respectful conversations very important but if it gets to where it's like. Every time maybe. GotTa find her people. So her name's Rachel she's GonNa. She just wrote me back in said, she's not a part of the facebook groups. If she is GonNa, join US maybe she should drop a drop A. Comment. Drop the line to everybody so that they know she's the Rachel. Yeah Rachel she's moving from Japan so drop a line. She's in. Mississippi so all my Mrs, Mississippi Girls. But yeah, it was it was kind of funny being back there and just. Telling you. Okay. Did you. I'm sure you talked about this last night. I did Tanya. Fell on her rollerblades as we all know and she just lifted her arm and there is a gro greenish. Navy Brune. This is a week over week old. It's so gnarly is like I don't know how. Hurt myself so bad when I tell you bend down to do. When I make my better to make me better with one hand and like when I bend down to get anything I have to bend with my knees because if I messed up my tailbone to. Bend with my knees and I'm like I literally feel like A. Senior citizen. What did when you fell? What did Red Star do because? I tried to he tried to speed up to catch me because he told me he was like you're going to slow down and then I panicked because I was like, I. Don't know how to stop. He tried to come around to get in front of me so that he could like physically stop me but he was like you were going to fast I like literally and then by that time I fell flat back like just. Road kill that on the ground. So on a busy street like. All my brain was like get off the ground you're going to get run over and get off the ground you're going to get run over. So took everything is I got up and like my whole body, which is like wet from sweat because I was just like I know I broke something. That I broke my tailbone end my arm like walking like this going around like this. and. Then all of a sudden he was like, well, you're not broken. You wouldn't be able to walk. Okay. All right. Great and then I was moving my arm. I was like, Oh, so I was like I'm good. I'm good like let's just go to flatlands. The Hill and rollerblade there. So then like. Came over makes fine for like an hour and then I took a shower and I. Couldn't wash. My could not lift it past this. And he had all of. His friends over and I was just like I can't I have to suck it up and just. Just. Keep going you know. Cut to Sunday I was just like. In Capacity Tato like just could not my arm and now elbows actually feeling a lot better but it's like my wrist like I can't open things I can't grip anything with my fingers. traumatize like. Whatever this is here all the way down to that already gnarly whatever that is. So there was no laughter when you went down. No, just only concern. Very very glad. I. Wasn't with you 'cause I unfortunately in times of crisis I laugh as my reaction and I also find it funny when people fall for some reason. Value like waiting for these rollerblades to come in for weeks and then you get started actually should get this video. The best part is I went to go by I had risk guards and he videotaped he goes you should get. KNEEPADS elbow pads, and I was like I used to blade as a kid I don't need that stuff like. And he goes I'm to get this on video so that you can't get mad at me for not wearing your stuff and I was like, of course. I'm just shocked I mean Haley was shocked to the e did not have a helmet on. Does she know how dangerous it is to rollerblade a helmet, and then you said that when I her you fell, she's like and she imagine if she had hit her head, I was like listen I think she's learned her lesson. Oh. Yeah. I tell you when I go back out 'cause I will go back out. We'll go back out because when I fall, you get back to myself and get back up but I will be back up with kneepads, elbow pads and a helmet and flatland and flatland that was. I'm a pretty decent rollerbladers and I I used to go a lot and I still would I would see a hill and if I was going down I launched myself into the grass. That's why. Hill. Hill it is not like a slight hill. It is a hill and I thought that'd be good for me because I was like, oh, it'll just keep me going fast and I don't have to do much. You pick up. Oh My Gosh I, just have like such a great mental. Like I just never everybody's so mad. They're like, how does nobody video of you'd falling like I've actually be pissed and me Fox Samuel where Gopro what have you go pro on I keep it a problem helmet. Yeah. Just like the fish I view or it's like right here. Yeah. Tanya up close and personal. Smiling with their Eyes Wide Open it was fun when I was there like on the flatlands. Yeah it's fine I'm just glad you're okay. But that bruises severe. Yeah. Something's not right. Not right when you can't do that I got here and she's like. Help Him. You retire my top can't quite reach back there. Most people would not choose a top that needs to be tied when they can't move their arm, but don is the. To Me Yeah Watch me. A modern woman? Back there watch me although before you got here, it was like literally under my boost like I was just working and it was just like under moves. So. We are going to check in with our scrubber, Danielle talked to you before her brain surgery a couple of weeks ago, and I had deemed with her a little bit and she said surgery went great but I wanted to see how do I know we wanted to see like how she was doing now and Check in let's bring her up. Yeah. There's something. In, the water on the w catch all new episodes of the incredible new series. Swamp thing when beautiful and brilliant doctor Abby Arcane is called to her hometown to investigate a mysterious and deadly epidemic. She soon discovers that dark forces are play not only does abby encounter gut wrenching demons from her past but she also comes face to face with a monstrous creature whose existence defies explanation after a freak accident. The man once known as scientists Alec Holland has emerged from the watery depths as the swamp thing while struggling to maintain his humanity, the swamp thing uses his strange power over. Plant life to defend the town against terrifying threats if both the human and supernatural kind drawn together abby and the swamp thing join forces to fight the evils that plagued the town while trying to figure out how to restore Alec to the man he wants was don't miss all new episodes of swamp thing Tuesdays on the CW or you can stream free next day on the CW up. All. Right. So we are back with our wonderful scrubber. Danielle is it Ferrera for our I always. Ferrara so we talked to you. Through how long ago was that two or three weeks? Cheeks thing you know feels like a long long. But you were about to go and have brain surgery and you've had the brain surgery and you look great you listen using I was like expecting a full grey's anatomy bandage the whole nine yards me to. No I did not thank you for having me on last time the amount of people who have reached out to me, who either Hack Yari or their sister or their cousin habit The support was just been insane and I feel mazing. I really do so have you have you had a moment of or or did you have a moment of realizing? Oh, it was worse than I thought because I feel so good now are you just feeling great all around I feel great and I haven't been doing much. So there's not much to ballad trick just yet, but I went shopping with my friend the other day and usually my shop that's unlike I get dizzy or something and nothing happened I can't believe you probably feel so much around if I, you'll new person at if you could tell my twitches definitely more subtle, it hasn't gone away fully might neurosurgeon. So we're GONNA wait three months and see. How it goes, but I feel like so much combine and happier and a believe I brain surgery and I can not like. So how did they just like? Where do they go in? Like. Shave your hair off they did in the back seat is not bad. In the back see. Yeah. Butterfly? No. Hold on. Might need those those from behind. Their amazing. Oh. Yeah. She's wearing butterfly sweatpants. Sorry. Can you can you? Can you show yourself? Give me a little standing twelve. Wow Butterfly. Are They sweatpants pajamas? Pants, and there's a full matching set if I. But more importantly. In my hair, it's not bad at promise is still like. Nightwatchman here but. That's pretty incredible. How small that is. I don't know if I'm looking at the right thing because I don't know if I see right there. Wow. So they just like shaved a little bit. Yeah. It's. Wild. That is insane. So how long was the surgery? How long did it take them my surgery gonNA seven, forty five and I was like back in like alert at Alexei. So I, don't know how long are I didn't add Nass. Pain pills on the painting medicine. Horrors but the craziest thing happened that I have to share what happened. So because of corona like noncommittally go with you because. You know the rules in non regulations. So my mom originally to one person can come in and they said, no one fly Mike Okay I'm so nervous and my mom. Dr Nurse that she knows at that hospital because it's like a local hospital and everyone's like on working. I. Don't work in that unit I work. and then she said, why don't you contact your babysitter who from your younger grinding she works at that hospital So instagram and I, said Halloween are worked out. I. Don't know if you work your anymore but I'm having surgery she said only that so funny text me your surgeon let your information. So I text her say my doctor's name Yeah. So shout the Dr Rogers. I'm getting surgery tomorrow morning with Dr Rogers and she said Oh my die on his service. Are you kidding While Lake and I wasn't supposed to work tomorrow I was supposed to work Saturday they switched my schedule. I always work with him. I had no idea. Like. How crazy your Guardian Angel Yeah and as Apple My. W signed for my grandma and all the prayers from all you guys like it. Literally. Like everything fell into place she stayed with me from when I walked into the pre op too when I fell asleep on the RTP she was holding my hand. while. That is that is really amazing I know I it makes me like I. Feel. So that makes me so sad it's like I know these rules, these protocols that are happening because of covid right now, and it's like actually just really heartbreaking to think because it's like I'm looking at you dislike that you can't have your mom or anybody in there. It's just. heartbreaking. It was shares happy. Story I know Yeah Yeah. Yeah there. Well you look amazing and I'm so happy to hear that you know so far that things are. So, much better and obviously keep us updated. We love you and. We start dating again. When? Thirteen Yeah Oh Why when you're modern women side to love you did you took notes? Asks. Emotional because it's so funny because when I was planning it I was like I WanNa, have a pdf that people can take notes on because if I were coming to this, I would want to take notes and actually know like what's going to be talked about like having agenda and everyone's like nobody wants homework on a Thursday night and I was like I guarantee you make it and see and so many people sent their things build out. I was like, I, know it. Literally Front and back I have my other journal Here. Big. Journal girl an gratitude journal right here. This is right at my alley and I definitely gave me so much more confidence because. Now Brown hair to them like okay. Blonde didn't work for me unfortunately. So we have. But now we have a new look and a new and a new confidence in a new like vibe. Yes. So hopefully, I can eat eventually no ghosting and head. Uses. When you find someone, you can change your hair. However you want and he's GonNa love it. So I hope so but I do miss being blonde ready and I'm looking at yeah. On my own my goodness I should be blocking. You seriously it looks so good. All your features and your skin tone and stuff so very. Exotic like Angelina Jolie vibe stock and you look like somebody super famous I can't finger on is Angelina Jolie. Put your hair back away out airline. Yeah like. It's somebody who is it? People tell me three people a manufactory miley Cyrus Brandy Cyrus and actually people have said. When? Whenever it's a man, it's a man Saif read. It's effing Amanda Saif read. I see the girl that's on Killing Eve oh, Jodi comb. Yes. Oh, I can see a little bit. I see Jodi comber vibes get parental Lynnfield Salah when that I can see that too. Well I kind of like this game because it kind of sets the picture for people that are listening. Danielle you know they're like Oh Amanda Saif read and Jodi comber and locker in Olympia on one. You're gorgeous. and. 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Jonathan got hurt and I was always the person who is there backing her up? Being there through her tears while also disagreeing with her actions, she got mad at me for not being approachable I felt guilty for not being able to be a good friend to her but it was exhausting having this happen all the time and needed to focus on myself. Well how big falling out habit at the NFL brewery the many months that have passed lead increased distance with each other. We no longer regularly communicating only have minimal communication I. Still Care about her miss are laughs and good parts of the relationship but no, a friendship needs to be balanced on both sides. How do you balance all of this having a different belief system and watching this all unfold how do you be there while not being a supporter of it? This is resonates with me a little bit because. Not with the sleeping around part but when I went to college from high school so I went to a Baptist high school and it was like very strict. My I mean I lived my life in a very specific way and I. Literally, did not agree with partying drinking anything that was outside of what my little bubble was, and so I went to college to a small town and it was like basically all there was to do is go to the bars, go to the fraternity houses and Yeah my best friend. My best friend and I from high school ended up rooming together my two really good friends from high school. We became college roommates and they like we're doing the normal college thing of like going out to parties drinking and I felt like, i. was losing them to them partying and I. Think I came off very judgmental and I know that I was very unapproachable and then wanting to. Rehash the night talk about like the funny things because I was so uptight and like Kushner like. Why that interested them because I didn't have interest in it and I almost became like so judgmental that I wasn't even able to be like a friend to them and even just even if I didn't agree with like going out and getting drunk I could have at least been like. Listen to them and still been a friend and like you know offered to be the DVD when they need it but instead I kind of like shut myself off to kind of being a part of their lives and it kind of it was a similar in the sense that like they didn't really want to be around me and there was definitely like a little bit of a falling out where I. was so concerned with my beliefs and like me having a certain way of living the I put my I like shoved my belief some what I thought they should be doing on them and it wasn't fair because they were choosing what they wanted to do, and that was their choice. All My to me your only requirement is a friend is to. Be Supportive and be there when your friend need you and maybe she's going through a phase right now where she's just wanting to go out and sleep around and if she gets hurt that's on her like that's her decision it really Doesn't affect you personally like you're not feeling to hurt he's feeling the regret or anything and I think is a friend. At the very least if you want her near life, you can say like. Hey I'm here if you need to talk get hurt but I think giving all of your energy to something is exhausting no matter what it is like a long ramp but I just have I had an experience similar to that. So I I'm on the other side of it. Yeah. I I've never experienced anything like that but I did have I've only really had like one friend break-up in my life and it was after. I graduated from college and I was starting out at the kiss of street team and like my work hours were so weird like I'd have to do like we did yoga on the Pier Santa Monica Pierre like whatever nine am on Saturdays. So the streets went up to get their five am to set up the foam on the pier and like I was working club nausea till midnight on Friday nights like hours and scheduler so. Not, regular. And on top of that, I had a boyfriend like a serious boyfriend that I was dating a. I don't know if we were doing. Business at that time and I don't think we were distance at that time but. So my girlfriend at the time was like so upset with me because I wasn't going out with them like how we used to I wouldn't college I was miss. I was it every frat every night like. What up as Fiji like dated them all like I was all over the place. But then when I started working, I couldn't do that because I literally didn't have the bandwidth I couldn't do it and work and have boyfriend, and so she just laid it on me one night and which is like Oh you do work and hang out of your boyfriend like you don't go out anymore like she never never saw it from my perspective and I was just like I keep having this fight over and over and over again like by yeah, we're done here. Yeah. I never looked back. Well, I think I think if you feel like she's just completely drained your energy and you feel like you don't you can't even be a good friend because you're just exhausted ourselves with her then I. Think it's fine to take a step back and surround yourself with people that. Maybe. Don't make you feel that way but I think because you miss her and you Miss Y'all's friendship I think it's worth revisiting and you know maybe not spending as much time with her or maybe tell her like hey. It can be like a little draining sometimes because I feel like you're putting yourself in these positions where. There's always A. Consequence and I feel like I'm taking on a lot of that and I don't want to do you know I don't WanNa do that because it's weighing down on me but I do miss you miss your friendship and I wanna be there for you and just maybe have a balance of. You know what you're putting into it versus what? You're getting out of it. I guess is the thing because sometimes we give a lot more than we actually get out of relationships whether it's romantic or friendships and or. With anyone and I think sometimes we have to kind of care for ourselves but that doesn't mean you do you have to stop being friends with her? That's my advice. Solid. Vice I think just to have lunch with her you know this communication you're having between each other's seems like there's always this weird elephant in the room that you're not talking about, which was your falling out, but you're still kind of communicating. To get together for lunch and clear the air teller how you feel until early you love her and that you miss her and tell her how you're feeling back. Then how you're feeling now she'll open up to it'll be a big moment. You'll cry and you'll hug. Yeah and I also think you saying I don't want constantly see you get her like it's makes me feel sad seeing you put yourself in these positions where you're the one who ends up her I think that'll will make her realize it's coming from a I would imagine it's coming from a place of love of like, I, love you and I don't WanNa see you in this position, but sometimes, that approach can feel unapproachable. All right this is from anonymous recently have been exploring talking to in dating women. I'm also a woman modern woman at that. I have this major crush on one of my friends for background. We are five years apart. But whenever we're together, we're constantly laughing and touching each other other times when we're out drinking, she tells me up. Pretty I. Am I've only ever known her to date men. It's so hard to explain. But when we're together I feel this electric feeling and I have this weird gut feeling, she feels the same. So my question is, do I shoot my shot and tell her how I feel and if so how we hold on a little bit more fact, how long have they been friends? I, five years. Apart, we don't know how long they been friends. Because that could be a deciding factor for me. Really. Yeah. I would say that we treat this just like we would guy. Girl and Guy Friendship and we always say shoot your shot. You know we always say like if you have a gut feeling or if you have these feelings and they're single and you're not going to be a home wrecker, whatever it is let them know how you feel in the worst that she can say is like I think, I think a lot of times. We. Put a lot of emphasis on like like the dynamic of when it comes to relationships like men and women, and then we think it is gonna be different when it's a woman and it's not like relationships are all the same. No matter the gender and I think just like if you had a really close guy friend, it would be the literally exact same thing if he was flirting with you and touching you and you are laughing all the time, you'd have the same feeling that maybe he was into you and I say shoot your shot if she's like, what are you talking about? I have no interest in you. Then you can say, cool gladys up at out the way I have other friends. Exactly because when you have strong enough feelings for that. Whatever the gender, the friendships kind of over. Yes. True. True. True. If you have those feelings like it's like. Excuse my French or get off the pot. Because you'd. Gabrielle it's like. You're always going to be sitting with is not just going to go away unless you know someone else comes into the picture and. Captures your attention most. Or. She'll start dating somebody else male or female metal to bother you like you can't just be a regular friendship anymore after. We're team ruin the friendship. In what if she started dating someone else and it was a woman and you never said anything you assume she only liked men and you're going to be living in regret and do you know what happens when you live in regret what you never know? That was on the spot that was an on the spot. React. When you live in a right you just don't know because you just you regret and so that's no. Yeah. Team shoot your shot and you you miss you miss every shot you don't take. Actually. This is when this is. What will happen if it's like in the movies in the movies, you'd say to her hey you're trying to kiss. And then she'd say, Oh no, no, no, no no I'm straight and you say, Oh yeah, of course of course. Yeah. Sorry. And then she'll want to hang out a lot more and then the next thing you know it just takes her a couple of dates to figure it out. That's how it would be easy some alcohol. into the mix, I mean that only liquid courage always helps. Maybe, you have a wine night and not don't get too far gone in the wine like still have some wits about the both of you but But Yeah I say just just Go for it. Your gut feeling normally I mean even if she denies it, you know when someone's into you. I think. It's because when you live with regret. You don't know. No. It's actually it's actually pretty profound. Shakespeare could have said it. Wasn't going to say profound but I was GONNA say Works Shakespeare could have said that and you would have been like. Socrates. Post that my story. 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Why Do We Give The Scale So Much Power?

Diet Starts Tomorrow

20:32 min | 5 months ago

Why Do We Give The Scale So Much Power?

"Have. You heard about Netflix's new show Emily Harris starring Lily Collins from Creator? Darren? Star. The series is a romantic comedy fish out of water story surrounding Emily Ambitious Marketing Executive who must navigate cultural nuances, office politics and romance in the magical city of Paris set in the world of luxury Parisian. Marketing Emily Harris is for every person seeking feel good romantic comedy full of style complex relationships finding yourself in a new city. Make. Sure to watch Emily Harris streaming only on net flicks benches media presents lose three pounds yet nighttime may Dan Fodio Diet starts tomorrow. endorphins endorphins make you have. Jim Happy People don't shoot their husband with hosts daily Cooperman Jolly. Sammy. Fish buying. A alot and welcome to diets tomorrow. I'm Sammy I'm a mean and we are back with another DSP this week. In do you WanNa do you want to read it or should I we jumping right in like this quickly, I? It's weird. No I don't have any preambles anything. You have anything to say interesting. Nothing interesting to say. Okay let's get it go straight into the. Great. Okay. I'm very giddy today I was reading after reading the threat about. From last week about in slack from last week about Helen, suggesting you join across. His tiktok like those I that tiktok audio clip of like somebody laughing hysterically. Like. Like. That's that was we? Also, just laughing at that for a solid like three minutes a myself doing cross it brought me such. We should do. We should make a video of me trying to do it. Y Ya We're require you having to have to do it. Right I don't WanNa do it. Okay. Well, we just read a dirtiest it's grown I can't go to a gym. Well, there's some it depends which Jimmy. I'm I'm just Stop. It's my Okay. Dear guest t I'm twenty nine and have always been within the same five conway range throughout my adult life including college. In other words, my weight has never really fluctuated or gone above a certain number. I'm twenty nine I haven't changed my eating habits I exercise regularly. But lately, my weight has been creeping up a couple of pounds higher than it ever has before I generally consider myself to have a pretty healthy relationship with food and my weight all things considered. But the fact that the number on the scale is going up is bothering me i. think it seems particularly hard because it's reaching into new decimal of ten that I've never been to before. So even though it's only a couple of months it. Feels like a drastic change in number. I. Think it's also hard because may wheat has always stayed so constant. So it's tough to adjust to this new change number. I have loved your advice before about not getting caught up by a number on the scale but the thing is I've never really felt like that was an issue for me until now do you have any words of wisdom or words of advice as to how to stop letting this get to me thanks so much sincerely scared of the scale. You know it's interesting that she's coming to us for advice about like not caring with the scale says. Considering, considering. What that's Considering I literally. I. Just got my period know this is relevant to the answer, but I feel so heavy and uncomfortable in my body right now like generally I understand her carrying Saying like there's like to think that you're just gonNa like not care because you want you in theory don't WanNa care is like on an unrealistic expectation of yourself I would say, okay, well. My Way may big. Piece, of advice here though is like before we give any advice is that I think that she should. Go to a doctor I or go to a Dietitian or someone who can rule out anything medical. It's going on and then if there's nothing really you know like any hormonal problems like like anything like physically have changed in her body that's causing weight gain because it that's a that's a sign of something you know something physical and then once if it's ruled out that there is no real physical change than than it's emotional mental. Right. I just feel like, okay. It could be that and I don't WanNa be like, oh, she shouldn't go to a doctor she definitely you know should. Assuming she has access and insurance and everything but also like I feel like what's probably More likely is that this is just like Kobe. Wait like. I just think that like we haven't we as a country like everyone hasn't really been as active overtime as like we were our whole lives and I think that that just has like a knack. It just catches up to you because like when you are moving in the aggregate less over six months, you're you're GonNa, see weight gain because your body's used to moving a certain amount. So but and so your metabolism is like I would say it's just If I had to guess she's like she's like nearing her thirty's your metabolism does start slowing down a little bit anyway we you know I. Don't know exactly what her lifestyle is like but like even if you're exercising a lot like we are naturally all more sedentary now than we were before. So languidly yeah. Just be sort of a temporary lights you know change due to the the lifestyle may be your set point. Is maybe that five pound raise that you were your whole life but because of. Cova de and just the situation now like maybe you're just like going up a little bit and that could be it. Yeah there's all. Right will another thing I was gonna say I think I saw some instagram story maybe it was like Lisa that there she they went to their guy no or like their doctor and they said that like they had seen like an average weight gain amongst like generally all their patients because of this and this is very common so like that's one thing to consider. But I'm worried that we're not answering her question because she's asking like, how do I not care not not? Excuse the way we'll I think I think for part of it is understanding the contacts because you can. Be Not caring and kind of feeling like more of an acceptance and appreciation for this. This is just the way it is right out all like. Excluding any actual medical problems Let's say she comes back and that's you know everything is kind of the same. I think there's also the consideration of emotional wellbeing stress to like besides the. Fact that we're moving less like I'm moving so much less even though I'm trying to exercise. I'm not at my what is that called on like your neat like the amount that you actually move? Like like you're like you're the amount of calories you're burning not like food not in a food way but like literally, how much energy your body is extending? No The no part of the neat part of exercises, the movement like going upstairs or walking or like just like the General Movement that you do to get from point A to. Our decreased substantially And that's a huge chunk. That's that percent is higher then adding exercise to your. To your day to day so that in itself could be an explanation for why. But in terms of how to be okay with that week gain I mean that that is. That's the question. Right I think you have. You know we will no longer need this cat. Would I think it's the it's a compassion element. It's feeling like. This is what my body is needs right now like I'm using food to cope if I'm you know if that's just what's happening. Is What it is. You, know what I mean I for me like in in terms of. Last week or last Sunday's episode I was talking about how like I've kind of been down in like so not intuitive and I went to while I couldn't sleep so. When I tried to sleep I was just thinking back Ghana and I'm like made this connection between that. This is. Immediately after I mean, yes. The the debates whatever. But immediately happens right after I weighed myself. Interesting like I hadn't weighed myself in since March I, did and I feel like my I started to eat so much more much more mostly like started to think about like dieting and not thinking about how had eat more regimented in my lean snacks in. Like like, we're talking one hundred calorie range of snack food and all of that I feel like has has been more present in my brain since I weighed myself and that I feel is a stronger connection to. Why haven't been so intuitive lately so Yeah. I had a hidden nothing interesting to. No. No no I think that. That is very interesting I actually big that's like. That probably an accurate like inside because. Yeah I mean I will say like the same thing is that like as my as I might clothes stop fitting and like I feel uncomfortable like wearing anything other than like honestly like a sweatshirt and like leggings. The more. It enters my mind like, oh, how I'm GonNa really just like continuing for like how am I going and I, almost like texted you like but then I was like. Rail her like almost actually do a joke like. So when are we going back to dieting? But. But. But also jokes have truth to them. So yeah. So but I didn't want to say that because I didn't want to get like. In your mind that with my shit so I guess I'm doing it now. No, I don't you're talking about. So we're talking about it I. Don't feel that. Yeah. I but I think real I wanted to say so are we really never dining again? Yeah. Yeah. Yeah Yeah I think the answer is we're really not because it. It makes me go back to that day realization of like post dieting of like just eating and eating and eating. So mindlessly and thinking back like I'm not really enjoying all enjoying this weight I'm gaining then switching then practice really practicing intuitive eating. Enjoying at least the few pounds I've gained right like really really understanding what I like looking within, and then in the last since kind of doing something that's very, very eat. Directly tied to dieting or in my mind obviously on weighing myself immediately kind of going back to that. That that the actions of eating. So mindlessly, not really enjoying what I'm what I'm eating and. And I'm kind of eating the same things but I'm not enjoying it. I'm just like. Shoving me my body. So and I'm eating a lot more. To Cope like I I don't. Usually. Like if I have to eat something after brush my teeth, I know there's something going on. That I for me So I've been doing. I saw you just went. When it? Well. I just WANNA say just on off of what you were saying as I was body checking myself on my way back from the dentist in the elevator up to my apartment. I. Was Thinking to myself like. I was I was doing that calculation my head like of my really never going to diet again like what if I just like keep feeling? So uncomfortable again today feel particularly uncomfortable and I was like I'm looking at myself and I'm link. No I can't go back to that restriction. It's like so nice to go to restaurants and like to just do what I want every to not think about this. Had like remind myself like, yes it's like satisfying for like. For a little bit. But ultimately, just kind of harms me. Yep. Agreed the restriction is much more harmful than the looking within an eating, not necessarily whatever you want. But eating maybe in the beginning half of practicing twitter eating yet just letting yourself understand what you like or exploring that, but just going to following your. Intuition about. What foods will? Give you energy in that moment like reframing the thought of reframing that like food is something that you need so that you can live and be. The energized is so different than the mindset of dieting were food is bad and we should eat as little as possible. Right it makes no sense. It doesn't really make sense and it is so fundamentally like there deeper reasons why it's wrong and like what it, what the effects of it are. But yeah, I, mean. I intuitive intuitive getting like is fun. It is kind of like. Like it is if like in. Good to be mindful and in touch with like. Eating what you want for real and as someone who eats to the point of pain like that has been nice like not really doing that. Something Weird. Happened like when I again, I got home from the dentist and I was just like I really WanNa tuna fish. With like I never I like out of the can which I never ever. Ever. Eat the way that I randomly like something went off like that sounds like really good right now and I think that's kind of like an ex-. Okay. This sounds so weird like but it's like kind of exciting lake feel like I could just have. Like all the foods I thought like I don't want and Obviously. Tuna fish is not unhealthy but like I just never want like, yeah. Something I saying whatever. Why make it Right right. Exactly. Yeah. I don't. It's just interesting like. Like patterns emerge. That's really the reason why tuna Tuna fish is because it is like this. It's it's the tuna fish as a brand is like. The a healthy lunch that our moms probably had on hand. This. Giant robot tuna goddess dressing like that. But if you, but it's we and you would never really crave it because that's the brand in your head. Right the fact that you're craving it I think the exciting part is like is is the Is this new world exploration of variety that you never normally had right and it's like one of the first days where I didn't create like pizza. On. Right now. This episode is brought to you by book of the month. Book of the month is a fun book subscription. You get to choose a new book each month. Each month book of the month features five new and early release books. You can pick the one or two or three that you want. Their team does all the book research for you. So you know you're getting into a good thing on the very first page, which means more time reading and less time researching many members and branching out to a new type. Of Book that they wouldn't have even tried if it weren't for a book of the month feature, they judge their books on their stories, not the person who wrote it, and for that reason, most of their authors are emerging writers from new diverse backgrounds. 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The truth is that like if It's something to work on. It's like an acceptance thing to work on about where you are what your body is what needs right now. But ultimately, like it's not gonna just come easily and we can't make you or give you an answer that will like solve that because it's really like an emotional transition that can be made over time. Right but like I think it starts with being like compassionate towards yourself and your body for the things it does for you that don't really have to do with appearance yet focusing on those things. Rather, than like about me eating them on size or something. Yeah and something you could probably think about is like what your weight means to you the number why do you need to stay the same and does that number represent something? To you about the way that you are about the way that you should live are there any should 's attached to that number? I wonder if maybe you even. Just bringing this up because some kind of told me a story yesterday about like. Things he was remembering about lake her that happened to her and her child comments that were made to her like. was there ever a comment made to you? About Lake only under certain weight range is acceptable or maybe a parent or grandparent like. You know a friend in kindergarten I don't know like not kidding but you have an I like does it does it have some sort of like? Reason that you are like that. You think going above that is like for some reason not. Okay. Yeah. Did you hear it in a movie like it could be anything? You, read it in a book Yeah I mean weight fluctuations accepting for somebody who's been dieting or like consistent for their whole life accepting of your body women's bodies especially fluctuate in many many different stages of life is something that is like something that needs to be kind of accepted. It's just something that happens. But. Right now, if it's going up and up and up and there's no real like regulation, I would. I would explore first medical. Reasons and then rule that out and then explore the emotional year here. Yeah. Cheers. All right. I. Think that's it. For this episode. Don't forget to rate reviewing, subscribe follow me probably me any lean, not situation at Sammy. Follow ads I'd start small on instagram. You can also check out our merchant shop dot com go to podcasts starts tomorrow that is indeed this podcast name and we're always with you through thick and thin. Died starts tomorrow is hosted by Ilene Cooperman and Sami Fishburne our editor Sean Kilby our podcast producers are Mike Cost Rally Sean Kilby and Carly Rice and work is by Britney Levin. Be Sure to follow us at died starts tomorrow on instagram and email your questions non scale winds to DSP at fetches dot.

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Extremely Wicked, Shockingly Evil and Vile

You Can't Make This Up

26:27 min | 1 year ago

Extremely Wicked, Shockingly Evil and Vile

"Welcome to you can't make this up a companion podcast from net. Flicks. I'm revolver, and I'm hosting this week's episode here. And you can't make this up. We go behind the scenes of Netflix original true crime stories with special guests this week. We're bringing you extremely wicked shockingly evil, and vile this much anticipated film premiered at the Sundance film festival, and it starts Zach Ephron as the serial killer. Ted Bundy today, we're speaking with the film's director, Joe Berlinger. Not only did Joe direct. This feature film about Ted Bundy he also directed. The Netflix original four part docu series conversations with a killer. The Ted Bundy tapes back in February we interviewed the author of the book that series is based on. But don't worry Joe gets into both the series and the film in this month's episode. And here to chat was Joe is Aaron Lamour one of the host of the podcast long form. And now here's Aaron Joe. Do you? Remember, the events of this Bundy case like do you remember reading about it in real time in newspapers and that kind of stuff I remember being captivated by the trial itself. And in fact, you know, one of the reasons that I wanted to do both of these projects, you know, conversations with a killer, and then the scripted movie, extremely wicked is that trial really made an impression on me because it was the first time that cameras were allowed in a courtroom. And I remember back then being fascinated by the coverage and twenty five years into my filmmaking career as someone who has spent a lot of time doing crime. I kind of look at the Bundy trial as the big bang of our current obsession, our current fascination with true crime because that was the first time cameras wherever lead in the courtroom. And to me, that's a very watershed of. Vent in the history of the American legal system as well as very important moment in the history of true crime. Because for the first time ever Americans could sit in their living room like me when I was a teenager and watch serial murderer and serial rape as live entertainment. And I think that was the it's not the only event I mean Truman Capote writing in cold blood was, you know, obviously a big event in the history true crime. But I think our current obsession with true crime really can be traced back to a few key moments. And I think Bundy was one of them that that Bundy trial is there like a conflicted feeling you have as documentarian where you're like, this is kind of horrific there's cameras in the car room. But, wow, this footage is going to be great. When someone makes a movie about this in twenty years. I do have very conflicted feelings about the whole. And I don't think there's an easy answer to the whole issue of Cam. Mera's in the courtroom. For example. You know, I think I'm best known for the paradise lost trilogy that Bruce and offs gain. I made. And I mean, I don't want this to sound boastful. I don't, but you asked me the question I mean, but clearly Damien Echols would be dead. If cameras weren't allowed in the courtroom, and if we hadn't made paradise loss, I think that was a good use of cameras in the courtroom, a good use of filmmakers covering a story. I mean, that's the thing. You know? I I've been called a true crime pioneer, whatever that means. I like the pioneer part the true crime part kind of makes me wince a little bit because true crime that phrase true crime has, you know, I think for many people it conjures up the image that we're all wallowing in the misery of others for purely entertainment purposes, and were exploiting victims and the worst moment of their life for pure, entertainment purposes. And some of that stuff does there's some shows. Some stuff out there. That's just pure, you know, exercise in exploitation. I would like to think the work. I do you know, it has some element of social Justice to it. Whether it's shining a light on wrongful conviction advocating for criminal Justice reform, which number of my television shows have done and what I do personally when I'm not making films. I I'm involved in these issues. You know, I think that I choose subjects that allow me to make some kind of social commentary and even with this. You know, my focus on Bundy, you know, I made this movie and the docu series really for a younger generation who does not know Bundy, and for whom the lessons of Bundy can't be overstated which is just because somebody looks and access certain way. It doesn't mean you should trust them. And I think that's an important message for people. So for me, the attraction of Bundy was to provide some kind of social commentary about our obsession with true crime social commentary about, you know, the nature of evil, those kinds of things, you know, the first thing I did before I did either of these projects I called my daughter's up I have two college age daughters. Very bright young women. And I asked them, do, you know who Ted Bundy is and they did not, and they asked some friends, and they came back to me and said, you know, well, a few people knew he was a killer serial killer, but none of us really know much about him. And that to me suggested now is the time to tell the story. Again for that demographic for that audience. Which is why casting Zach Ephron for me was the perfect choice. I mean, he was my first choice. And luckily said yes, but for a certain demographic of mainly young women, but men women for certain demographics. Zach is a guy who has just beloved because of his image who can do no wrong who people just blindly trust and to take that teen heartthrob image and turn it on its head. And have that be a vehicle for the audience to experience what goes on when you're being seduced by somebody who is capable of evil to me, it just gave a real physical way to allow that to happen were portraying the experience of how Bundy was able to gaslight people and who better than somebody who a is terrific actor and can do the role and be somebody who means so much to. Certain demographic. So that they can have the experience of liking the character throughout much of the movie, and then when the movie gets dark, and by the end of the movie when Liz played by lily Collins, confronts him at the end in that very dramatic final seen on death row. Don't wanna give too much away. But when Liz confronts Ted and holds him accountable, which is important in this era of accountability. We had to have the character hold Ted responsible. Admit to what he's done. Obviously, Liz finally emotionally realizes the horrible person. She's been living with and she feels disgusted and betrayed. I want the audience to feel that same, you know, to have an empathetic experience a feeling that same level of disgust and betrayal. I literally want the audience to say that themselves. Oh, man. I was liking this character. Even though intellectually I news is Ted Bundy, I was liking this character and routing. For their relationship. And now, I'm disgusted with myself for even feeling that way because this is a guy who does terrible evil. But now I understand how one can become seduced by a psychopath. I. A now you need to do the same for me suffocating all these years. I've had your hands around lighting neck release me. Anyone? How did you think about all of the Bundy world that existed before your projects that other people at created this media, which had created some of these appearances that you were addressing in the film? I wanted to use real archival footage in the movie for a couple of reasons. One is it is a self reflexive comment on how Bundy because he was a white male of in in the patriarchal seventies. And you know, kind of white privileged guy who was allowed to literally get away with murder people thought that you know, he could do no wrong because of how he looked and acted. He was given privileges in the courtroom that are unimaginable. The end of the movie John Malkovich. Plays judge Edward coward is quoting from actual court footage, your bright young, man. You too made a good lawyer. I would love to have you practice in front of me. But you went to different way partner. This is a convicted serial rapist and murderer who's getting the death sentence. And he's taking time to make Bundy feel good about his life. And and to say, you know, I have no animosity towards you. If that was a person of color he'd be in an orange jumpsuit, you know, wrapped in chains. And the judge would not be I think so kind there has been a perhaps misperception that the movies just the POV of lily Collins or the Liz character. The the movie is intended to give the experience of what everybody not just Elizabeth club for experienced because Bundy held such was so able to fool everyone around him, including the American media the American media kind of made him into a folk hero. And we're commenting on that Bundy fooled the judicial system. I mean, he's a guy who should have been had much more. More strict security, and because of the lack security he he escaped twice. I think he made a mockery out of that courtroom by how he conducted himself in and he was given tremendous latitude to make a mockery out of the proceedings by the judge he represented himself, which is I think a questionable decision. He was allowed to cross examine victims who survived. It was allowed to cross examine witnesses. Could you imagine being somebody who escaped the clutches like Kathy Kleiner than having to suffer the indignity of being cross examined by your murderer? I mean, again, if this was a person of color at this never would have happened in that way. So the use of real footage was very important to kind of make a self reflexive comment about all of this. You know, pointing the finger at people like me as well. Because I'm making a film about it. So it's it's very Assam very aware that you know, we are we. We are continuing to, you know, tell the story of somebody who did terrible things. But I hope that by doing it through this point of view, we understand how people who are psychopaths seduce us because I think you know, you. You know, we want to think that serial killers are these. Social misfits. These weird looking people who exist on the periphery of society because I think that somehow implies that we can easily identify them and therefore avoid the fate of becoming a victim of a psychopath. But that's not how the how evil works in my experience in covering crime for twenty five years. It's the people we least expect in most often trust who do the terrible things. It's not the two dimensional monster out there. So I wanted to create a three dimensional portrait of a human being not to give him a pass. Just the opposite to understand that these aren't people that live on the edges of society. These are, you know, people who as Bundy himself says, you know, like the killers don't come out of the shadows with long fangs and saliva dripping off their chin, there, your brother, your father, your, you know, you're somebody. You worked with somebody who admired these are the people who do evil in the world. And you know, that's the that's the focus of the film is when the killer is integrating himself into society as opposed to making a film about. When the killer kills we've seen a million movies great ones about when the killer kills with the escalating body count. You know, and the police procedural of them tracking down the killer by the end of the movie they've caught the killer. But you know, that's been done a ton. What hasn't been done to seeing seeing how somebody like Bundy can gaslight not just his girlfriend of seven years who thought he was a terrific guy. Not just her daughter from a previous relationship who looked at Bundy as a father figure, but the American media that just kind of made him into a perverse hero. And the judicial system who he basically conned when you were adapting I mean as a primarily. Documentary. Yeah. How did you treat truth in this narrative film, like how far will you willing to bend? The actual Bundy story in terms of what's coming out of people's mouths port and things that are documented like how did you like, you know, there's almost laws to it and nonfiction about how it works. And then it's a free for all. How how did you treat them? Well, obviously as a documentarian, you know, there are certain aspects of truth you always want to adhere to. But look all filmmaking is inherently subjective. So for me, what's most important is the emotional truth. And so the emotional truth of this story was something I, you know, constantly wanted to make sure we were staying on track four, you know, the beauty of documentary is that you can cover a lot of storytelling in a relatively short amount of time. You know, there's a lot of storytelling you can do a two hour documentary, but narrative has to fall in. To certain rules of narrative structure, and you know, so you actually a strange as may sand you have less storytelling time, I think in a scripted movie than you do in an unscripted movie. There's less information you can convey. So you prove that because it tick for episodes to get through the story, and and how long the movie, right, exactly. So there's this other certain certain decisions you have to make for example, Liz's other love interest in the movie Jerry played by Haley, Joel Osmond is a composite of certain characters in real life. But that was the personal life stuff. Joanna her friend is a composite of certain characters, but the trial stuff. Really? I try to adhere to the truth as much as possible. You know, you have to condense nihilo, but we were condensing dialogue that came from transcripts, and and keeping the meaning intact. You know, obviously, if something goes on for a page and a half in a courtroom, you want to condense it to like five sentences, you know, in a movie, but I think one of the reasons the adherence to the truth is so important in the scripted movie. Is that it's such an unbelievable story that you want to remind people, it's truthful. That's why I used archival footage a lot. I mean, the I mean, I can't think of in the annals of American criminal history. Another example, where the basic beats of the story are just so wild. Here's a guy who escaped from prison. Not once but twice. There's just so many aspects of the story that are so almost unbelievable that I wanted to infuse it with archival footage and stick to the truth because I want people to understand that this really happened. Given you know a significant period of years remove you describe this as a move. For people who might have only seen the Wikipedia page. If that when you personally reopen the archive when you started going through all this firsthand material. What was surprising to you about what you found inside this huge trove of court cases video I think listening to the Bundy tapes that the docu series is based on was just a window inside the mind of somebody who could appear even in those interviews to be charming and self aware, and yet was capable of such horrific evil. So for me, it's kind of an unanswerable question. Why did he do what he did? It's more about you know, the fact that this kind of evil exists in a three dimensional human being which is so important for people to get because Bundy shattered all of our expectations of what a serial killer. Is we want to think a serial killer is somebody who just functions outside of? Society. But so often the people who do bad as I said before people who fit right into society. And I think listening to those tapes in opening in the opening up the archives and just seeing the, you know, the the the effect he had on people is chilling because I because I think this can happen today. We live in an era of internet catfish. In fact, I think you can happen even more Bundy eluded capture for so long because of how law enforcement operated in those days, you know, there was a lack of sharing of information. So I don't know if a Bundy could exist exactly the way Bundy did it today because of DNA technology at cetera et cetera. But using different tools, I think the existence of a Bundy the dangers are even greater because we just live in an era where truth is much more elusive we live in an era where there's internet cat fishing. We live in an era where people. Can walk into the, you know, step into the wrong Uber and be with somebody who's pretending to be an over driver when they're a killer. So the dangers of abundancy I think are greater than ever. I mean, look the FBI thinks that any given time there's twenty five to fifty serial killers operating. That's shocking. You know, we live in a euro where there's been twenty seven hundred documented serial killers since they started keeping records and sixty seven percent of them have been in the United States. Why is it that were country that produces so many mass shooters, so many serial killers? I think listening to Bundy and going into those archives and seeing how he held sway over so many people just made me feel like telling his story again through this perspective. This is your second narrative film. Yes, one was Blair witch to actually I've interviewed the. Director of Blair witch one. So I may be the only person who's run the entire gamut Blair witch to others probably more than to actually. But this is your first one that's based on a factual. Yeah. Yeah. It's only recently. I mean, literally, I mean, it's it's actually how this movie it's like, I have not been pursuing a lot of scripted stuff. This movie just kind of came together in a very strange way. Which suggests that the universe was tapping me on the shoulder saying, you're the guy who has to tell the Bundy stories in two thousand nineteen it was not some grand plan. I mean, actually the fact that the extremely wicked came together so quickly and his out now is actually just so coincidental. Basically, you know in January of twenty seven teens the author of conversations with a killer. A guy named Stephen me show who wrote this book a couple of decades ago based on hundreds of hours of audio recordings. He made with Bundy on death row. He wrote a book, you know, a while ago, and he reached out to me because he had just found the tapes and wanted to know did I think there was a TV show or documentary to be made. Because of this growing interest in true crime. And I said, well, frankly, the the bar for Bundy is pretty high because there's been a lot done about him. But send me the tapes, and let me take a listen, and I listened to the tapes, and I was immediately captivated thought. There was something terrific there. I thought the deep dive into the mind of the killer would be kind of a fascinating way to tell the story, you know, so I was actually kinda deep into the docu series in April. I was having lunch with my agent and in LA just talking about the Bundy series, and that reminded him of a script that was kicking around Hollywood called extremely wicked shockingly evil, and vile, which was on the Hollywood blacklist in the Hollywood blacklist is a list of scripts that executives in Hollywood, really like and for one reason or other the the movies have not been made either people think they read well, but won't translate well into a movie or a lot of them have been made. Now, I feel like the blacklist. Popular, they'll like all the movies and the blacklist get made? That's true. I mean, some of them get may not all of them. But you know, in fact, Jodi foster at one point was attached direct, extremely wicked and a version of it and that fell apart and another director was attached. So I, you know, when my agent suggested I read this. I had no reason to believe oh, great. You know, somebody who made a movie twenty years ago is now going to go to Hollywood blacklisted script made. But somehow it all came together very quickly, you know, within weeks of me reading it and giving my take to the guy who owned the rights, Michael Kosta, who's a producer. I gave him my thoughts and how I would change the script, and you know, to get a job you have to give your take. So I gave him my thoughts on how I would change it which basically involved, you know, the original script relied on you not knowing it was Ted Bundy until the very end of the move. And I that's that's one of several things. I changed. I felt like you can't avoid that. It's Bundy so lean into it and give the audience a much deeper kind of psychological experience, and that's not a dis- and. Anything discourteous to the script. I think Michael were. We did an amazing job in the basic bones of the script are very much the movie, I just wanted to push it into a darker more realistic territory. The original script had more of a catch me if you can tone to it. And I didn't think that tone in this day and age was appropriate for the movie, even even with the existing movie, which I think is dark and does not glamour is some have criticized as having to light of tone. I mean, there's a tonal shift in the movie because I'm taking I'm taking the audience on the same journey that, you know, the people who believed in him had, but I certainly wouldn't say that it's light hearted in tone, and even that even the tone that I arrived at some people are having a problem with the original tone was much lighter. And I felt like you couldn't make a movie about Ted Bundy, that's light. So I mean, those were kind of you know, in nutshell, that's what I pitched to the producer. Who thought I had a good handle on things and my? Variances the true crime filmmaker certainly would bring some authentic to the film. And I think there is a lot of very authentic moments in the film. So anyway, they they all came together. And I was just a big coincidence that I did both at the same time. But actually, it was an incredible experience as a filmmaker to tackle the same subject in both scripted and unscripted forms for people listening with Netflix accounts. How do you recommend digesting this dual project is there? A specific ordering, you know, it's really interesting. I've either between the two. Yeah. Certainly take a breather between the two, you know, there's pros and cons to seeing the doc I or seeing the movie, I if you see the documentary, I I think it makes you appreciate the movie's authenticity, and you won't sit there and say, oh, my God did that really happen because you would have seen it at a documentary, but conversely that robs you of a little bit of the drama. So I. Probably would see the movie first. And then sue the documentary. Do you like sports boss style? Unlike parallel TV's running at once. Well for the hardcore fans, perhaps thank you. Hey, thanks. Great interview appreciative. Don't turn it off. Just yet. It's time for what you're watching it when we find out what the people on this episode are watching on that flex who knows? Maybe their current favorites are your favorites to Joe, yes. What you've been watching on? Netflix. A fire there about the fire. Awesome. Oh, yeah. That was pretty unbelievable been watching Foued, which I love, but I can't Benji because it's a lot of it's a lot of reading of subtitled, but I've been you know, digging that. Yeah, I think I think those are my two most recent how about you. I watched his documentary. Speaking of the true crime, boom has called murder mountain about a mountain called murder mountain in the weed growing region of California, and basically someone disappeared there, and they're trying to sort that out. And discover a few more. Oh, and I also recently rewatch the staircase some you know, one of the docu series. I was going to be my husband be the staircase update was really actually literally the last thing. I watched. Oh, that's funny. I just recently watched that I revere that series. And so watching the updated version was cool. And that's it for this week's episode. You can watch both conversations with a killer and extremely wicked shockingly evil and vile on Netflix right now, we'll be back next month of the new true crime series or film for you to add to your watch list. You can find this show on apple podcasts. Stitcher Google play. Spotify. An wherever else you get your podcast, make sure subscribe rate and review the ship. It helps other people find it. And also makes us feel like he really likes us. You can't make this up as a production of pineapple street media, and Netflix are music is by Han sale SU I'm revolver, and thank you so much for listening.

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