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"lisa kudrow" Discussed on SI Media Podcast

SI Media Podcast

05:14 min | 6 months ago

"lisa kudrow" Discussed on SI Media Podcast

"I mean, when you think about it, look at Succession. I mean, they're still doing it because there's two things about succession that scream out. One is there's no one that you fucking like. There's no one that you admire that you want to hang out with that you want to be. I mean, so much of television is aspirational, right? Yeah. But like, who on no offense against any of them, but who do you want to hang out with on a Sunday afternoon and have them over to brunch and just take a deep breath with? No one. And the second is that when they decided to do the show, Casey boys who runs content and is really smart. Says, we don't need a star. We believe in the material. We believe in the writing. We believe in this concept. We don't need to camouflage it or hedge our bets by trying to get Jennifer Aniston to play shit for, you know, whatever it might be. And both of those are two big power moves. Another thing I loved in the book about The Sopranos, you go into great detail about the pine barrens episode, which there was a lot of great, great information in there. And how about the fact I learned this in James book, they had not planned for the snow when they did all the rehearsals and the scout of the location. They were supposed to be in the Woods. And then there was a snowstorm and they had to incorporate it basically. And how much of a factor did the snow play ends up playing in that episode? That is an amazing twist of fate right there. It's just fantastic. You know, Jeffrey katzenberg, when he was at Disney, he said this rule that the audience doesn't like snow. And I think that for a long time, there weren't a lot of there weren't a lot of movies set in snow. He just, you know, he had his reasons. But I can't look at that episode and think, you know, what would have been like without. I mean, obviously it still would have been a great show. And it was written beautifully, Steve Buscemi, direct. I mean, you can go on and on. But the snow, each one of them talk about the fact that this is okay. And they weren't going to back down. In fact, I mean, it led to some of pi parents, obviously you know this, but you talk about the Sopranos ability, that shows ability to combine fear, drama, and humor. It's unbelievable. Yeah. Oh yeah. Yeah. And a great nugget too that I learned in the book. As a viewer, you think the whole episode is shot there in the Woods, but the scene where Pauly and Christopher and the van eat and the catch up, that's shot on a sound stage because they had to worry about lighting and darkness and all that. So I loved learning about that episode in the book with those. Now here's what's I find this interesting, the flip side of that. Sopranos tested poorly, HBO basically said screw the testing. We're putting it on. Many, many years later, Lisa Kudrow, after friends get to show called come back..

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"lisa kudrow" Discussed on The Morning Toast

The Morning Toast

05:48 min | 1 year ago

"lisa kudrow" Discussed on The Morning Toast

"I honestly would watch it again and another cameo. That was excellent. That i didn't mind. Probably the only one was lady gaga. She came with phoebe and they performed smelly cat and then they had this gospel choir. Which a reference to an old episode and it was so funny and then lady gaga this nice little speech so phoebe was like the weird quirky watch intellect tarik cards and chit and lady gaga. Was i think you so much for being like you know the the different one and making cool to be weird and then lisa kudrow was like. Oh my god. That's so nice. Thank you and thank you for carrying that on. It was like a passing of the church. It was lovely. It was really there. Were a few cute sweet moments. There was definitely some loser. Ones like captain i like. Honestly cindy crawford shenault better like it was really embarrassing for her on car de levin to not once but she came out on the runway twice as she was only model who went twice like it was it was literally. I'm not gonna lie all the models like models that we know you know there was the thing is was a fashion show with four looks cartel levin cartel levin justin bieber city crawford. Oh and then. Matt perry did one which was funny. It was just like there were a lot of things taking me away from the cast. No let's bring it back got it. That's who we are all here. We waited seventeen years. Like let's get back got it. That's really funny okay. Cool thank you for that mary. In-depth recap. I feel like i watch and justice for paul rudd like where the fuck was well. He could've. i'm sure he could have been there. So it's justice for everybody else that he wasn't there like i'm sure he even had monica monica and ross's parents who were old on the show and they're from massapequa. Yeah no that's where their party was but from actually they might be from people because magical place last at engaged engagement. Sorry anniversary party. Why is it steeped in native american history. Actually i watched that episode yesterday with alec. Baldwin bone wasn't there. They did a whole series on like the most famous people who were on the show because they couldn't believe you know they were working with some of their idle. Sean penn was on it charlie sheen and then they mentioned do and your guy brad pitt. It was so awkward. Like my god. she was like yeah until they were kind of rattling off all the economic people before they were famous and after denise richards has been on rebecca romaine gabrielle. Union like so many people. They dimensional fomin. That's weird yet. Especially because i think a lot of the friends fandom regards that episode is like one of the best. Yes so funny yeah. It's funny when you tell me about it. i just watch it. I watched massey grapassoni. No no just. Watch the show like i've tried doing. We're not doing this. I'm not going to take away from your happy occasion. I really enjoyed it. And i think i got pretty much everything i wanted out of it. I'm so glad you know you're a loser when they were doing all these bloopers. I've literacy in the mall. Because i watch videos on youtube like that's louis of maine so i had seen like half of the the content. Okay are you ready for our next story you look so fucking deliciously cute..

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"lisa kudrow" Discussed on Shut Up I Love It

Shut Up I Love It

06:46 min | 1 year ago

"lisa kudrow" Discussed on Shut Up I Love It

"Nasty with with the jay leno thing at least a lot of spoilers for the season. But you guys even if we if you're listening and if you haven't watched show give it a give Give it a watch. It's not really about so much about about the story. Although the story is brilliantly written and that's just tremendous arcs of characters for most characters apology had said there's not a lot of arc one but it is all about those moments in between. There's just a moment of being awkwardly on camera and dealing with the crew bean tv crew being in her bedroom or something like that while you can go ahead difficult. How do you think that and more difficult question. How do you think they dealt with the The sexism in industry because we had paired with entourage which is a whole different take from the male perspective and now she's vulnerable female trying to make this come back at a more. Let's say sensitive age according to her and then she's also attacked bowl the sexism that she's experiencing as well. It was very like cringe. Cringing right voter. You think like just watching her. I mean she's not a great person. Let's put it that way but the way people were oftentimes attacking her in on the studio lot. Man you'd be like well. this is feel. Surreal and horrible'' that if anybody's gone through that. I feel for them that they lived the time when that was okay because i mean people easily you know i mean what is the great sort of moment she realizes paul writers he'll about her coming to bring them Cookies in that all what are they fucking a dull and making fun of her. Then think one guys. She couldn't remember his name and she's actually. He's actually supervising producer. They quickly just show like she couldn't remember his name when she called them berry and they're like yeah very important and they put like a red t shirt on his head to imitate her red hair. 'cause nickname was red. And and they paulie gee in the writer's room with two am pretends that he's bugging her and of course instead of facing this disrespectful and insulting moment valerie to swallow sit all day. Just horsing around. And yeah i didn't get to see a lot of That stuff obviously just in the first three episodes but it's interesting the cloud of sexism. That's their even without anything necessarily directly at her. Just with the americans next porn star and like the The way they're what's written on the page for the women on the on the sitcom you know. It's the wet t-shirt over like a wet t-shirt contest is part of the pilot episode on that line that i haven't been looked like that since nineteen seventy-three you think this that's kind of if you saw that episode joe that's kind of a risk line for For sitcom was well. Yeah i think the crossing some lines. hbo's style. i don't think there's i would have been airing and also like you assume they're recording. They're taping the taping. The show the do a lot of different buttons and that's one of the buttons. But yeah but i think they do end up using it right. Yeah yeah that's crazy. Well i think that's important when we talk about comeback and we are almost down talking about comeback i think but to mention dimension boj horsemen. I was just about a match up with you. Okay then you do then weird matchup of these holiday that dealt with in the same way but valerie. What's i think. Good she never. She never battled with apparently never battled with addiction. She was never a smoker drinker. Occasional smoker. but that was the positive side. I think which was very more internalized unfulfilled dreams that she had. Yeah bush. course of course is a netflix animated. Show and it's thing has like okay pilot but we like i saw a panel with create show's creator and he wasn't even like big big fan of the way pilot was written because he was such a young writer at the time and he created but of course it's an amazing like showing mean. I'm i love that show and it's so much about the inside inside look inside hollywood. And it is also about the aging star. Who is trying to have his big comeback right. Who just happens to be hoarse. But that's not important because everything else is very real. And i mean they they go hand in hand and i think because bourgeois aquarium is very popular show. It makes me think that this is another proof while comeback was ahead of. Its time. think that's a great way to describe it. Just never the audience because people would just not prepared for it. I think people were still like. It'd be like what is this. What am i watching. A reality show is they're making fun of reality. Show no it was making fun of or exposing the guts of hollywood. Like really the got some hollywood and the soles. That broken souls in holiday is the did you guys did even about the second season which there may nine years later in two thousand fourteen right and that's incredible that it was made. I suspect that lisa kudrow. And you're listening. lisa kudrow. Please give us a shout levy levy. Yeah we know you're fan of the show but please tell us. Tell us if you really do love this show the way. I think you'll love the show because what the wiki pedia page tells me is tells everybody not just me that she constantly tried to like get another season of the show like. It's a deer closing year to her heart she. She was trying to get a third season. Going and of course earlier second-seeded going interests like never work never worked and they like even i think in like last year maybe twenty twenty maybe twenty nineteenth. They had a reunion like the constantly. Have reunion there's there's a lot of fans out there of the show and it's i dunno guys. It's very interesting how it will work out. How this brilliant showing. They.

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"lisa kudrow" Discussed on Shut Up I Love It

Shut Up I Love It

06:35 min | 1 year ago

"lisa kudrow" Discussed on Shut Up I Love It

"Seem in the dressing room when she does the count on five four three two one and ninety starts a conversation over again and then she's the actress in the show within the show as as an sassy and so you since his is these different ways and nuances of these three types of performances. That she's trying to give an. It's just it's a virtuoso performance yet said. Try like that. You brought up the fact that here is somebody who is like a a character person on their own but we are seeing them being observed so of course. Their behavior is changed being observed. So they're totally different I find that fascinating with things like borat like we're not recently saw the newest borat and people criticizing the the normal people in that. I mike. you can't really criticize them too hard. Because they are being observed we're watching them being observed they know it their Their attitude had their reactions are going to change because they know a cameras there and not so interesting to have to like lehrer someone. Who isn't you as that character. And then how would they act. When i'm being observed and i think that is really such delicate fund performance that she's putting on an in africa very specific choice that she made to do it. Because of the the you know it's it isn't as as unique the show. Is there still you know. Obviously like we mentioned office and the parks and recreations. There's there's definitely like that format where we see people talk to the crew. Then talk to the people around and talk to the crew. Talk to the people around them or talk to the camera. i should say But lisa kudrow is doing this thing. That actually is the most unusual thing. And i'm saying it from acting perspective because i used to take this comedic acting class and using Jackie geary Actor and herself and teacher she would bring up. Lisa's performance in the show is something that she liked cannot explain at all basically what she's doing because not to get into nuts and bolts of with. Jackie teaches but it's like if you take two different types of characters and comedy generally. It's like people were like she. She calls an eagles. It's people who work in different levels there completely clueless. they're not self aware at all. They're not self aware so they're doing their thing. That could be a diva or the childlike. But they're doing their Very not self aware thing. But then there's the characters that are very self-aware for example jason bateman right in arrested development very self aware very grounded performance. He's like the eye of the shit storm round him. Like and would. Lisa's doing is. She's very self aware but in the same time she's incredibly fucking clueless like she's doing two things at the same time or is like she's incredibly switching between those two things but it is. I think that's what creates the awkwardness. You really don't know look. She acts like a person who doesn't understand how social interactions work but then she understands when she is being rejected. And and it hurts. It hurts to watch her go through pain but she keeps making the same mistakes. Like there's it's it's it's very like blows my mind just thinking about it like how could she handle like just by her facial expressions that like that the being that body of this person. I don't know the way you've described. It makes me think she's like michael. Jim and dwight from the office all kind of rolled into one. Lula's grounded but socially awkward at the same time. Yeah i think what's funny about most characters as they just act right. They just do the thing that they do their their personality and then they screw up because of that. Here's someone who is like. Oh you know what. I know that i need to act this way to look good or to make friends or to get better okay. I'm gonna do that. So i think i'm doing the right thing. But then they're never doing the right thing said let it is those layers of someone who's like not even doing what's in their heart. The character is not doing. What's in their heart. They're doing what they think will be the best. Make them look the best but in doing that is actually screwing up entirely. It's tragic. it's more tragic than someone just doing. And screwing up. Absolutely yeah and tragic is a good word. I think because there's so something very like upsetting about the show. And i think it's another reason why the show didn't become more successful good as the comedy. The bums yo out like the it's upsetting to me. How 'cause he really shows the the emptiness of a lot of human interactions you know like emptiness and like an having a like a reason kushner. She's just like once fame again. She wants to be famous. She's just scared yeah. She's scared disappearing willing to do anything. That's what i think episode one the to jarring moments is one which is walking into. Hbo and the two other actresses to other reality crews there right. She's going there to be auditioned audition for this sitcom bright and there's already two other actresses and their crews there are marilu henner and constantly another one but that both can also like ninety sitcom stars an ready week. We we watching the show. That is the which is lisa. Show valerie show so. We know that she gets the part before of asli She goes in for the audition and then later with the the director. That's the actual director. Jim barrows who directed a friends and cheers. And i asked my husband today. He said jim j. hunter form against the show. Timbers is the most the wealthiest tv director of all time he created because once you create a pilot of show that has billion seasons cheers. you superwealthy. And he's done multiple times so he plays himself which i actually think he does a great job. There's that moment when he takes her behind this behind the senate and he says to. You're not anymore man. yeah right. That's the moment that lets us feel for her. And we see. A brief moment of vulnerability went she. That's the only she thinks.

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"lisa kudrow" Discussed on Shut Up I Love It

Shut Up I Love It

07:03 min | 1 year ago

"lisa kudrow" Discussed on Shut Up I Love It

"Show but also surprised so please again to echo what the sociologists call mannheim said when he speaks about the existential determination of knowledge whatever that thing at the moment of via creation so in two thousand and five is more than twelve months off. France's ended right. There is no the office. There's no parks and recreation so there's almost no interview documentary style shows on the air comedy. Yeah and that would let people get away into. How do i approach this. Show even the confessional nature of the show. The behind the scenes had this been a later. I think the officer those kinda shows have warned people up into. How do we make these carriages more accessible. I don't remember exactly when office The us office came out. I do not remember that date Probably is check because in front of my computer councilman seven two thousand six or seven. Think sue. But it is what i think is interesting is that There's just format right. We see a lot is that we see a lot of the crew. That's filming this really Showed that lisa's character valerie. Cherish is in so what happens again It's like how paul you described. That lisa is at lisa's character. Valerie cherish hasn't She was in somebody offers sitcom and she was popular ten years before the events taking place in the show and she hasn't really walked since dan and so she is recognizable by by a lot of fans. But it's just there's no future for hurried she's nearing forty or whatever how will however old shares and that she gets this offer to pay a very small part on the very cheesy Sitcom like very kind of trashy but at the same time probably a lot of money in it sitcom and hollywood and she thinks this is her big comeback but the only way she gets the part on the show is zip in conjunction with the parties also allowing the reality crew to film her life and have this reality show called the comeback about her. So we are watching the found footage from the comeback. It's essentially a mockumentary. Would you all agree that this is. The format is mockumentary. that's true. i should have just said dot mockumentary a set of having everything and such detail. Let's interesting part. There is no credits in the show. You're not watching it from a fourth wall suspect of everything that you're watching is footage from the documentary that they've shot. We say no credits. I am missing when you were these. The version that i've seen that starts a test pattern raw footage rights right. It's crazy named at the beginning. Hbo theme. i see what you mean. I haven't paid the. That's that's a great point yet. There's no title splash comeback. Definitely like feels like you just hit play on their tapes or something like that and so a lot of this footage and i suspect again that that might have been one of the reasons why people did not Watch the show in. Big numbers is because we see the actual crew. We see the producer. The reality producer jane behind the we see her on camera. We see this guy with a boom. There's an audio guide to becomes kind of funny Minor character later on. And i think it is a lot of times. It's still a turnoff for people. So maybe not be off for us. But it's probably harder way to get into it you know. No that's what it's about that that's what people have. I've always heard that especially during like oscar season when a movie about movies comes out and it goes well and oscar season but like people just kinda sorta showed up for it because they say hey like middle. America doesn't give a shit about hollywood and like even the shows like entourage might succeed. They've like the focus isn't necessarily the production like this is like very much super behind inside baseball of how shows are made and stuff like that so i think that might be a bit of a turnoff for your average viewer. Where they're just like. I don't care actually. And there's no star. Lisa's though only star in the show All the cost is mellon ackerman. Is billy porter They're they're not well known at that. Time two thousand. Five jamie's played by laura silverman serious ligament sister who is not known actress. She was in the sarah silverman program But she's great as jane but you've never really you was a professional actors off to that so much so This is interesting. So we're talking about the insider so how the show is very much like inside hollywood and so it could be something that you were getting into or something that immediately you like. I'm never gonna watch that You know just because our guest paul. You are and not in hollywood. As far as i know you could be lying to me. You could be in hollywood. You could be right next to the hollywood sign with a black backdrop behind you but Supposedly you are in johannesburg south africa. I mean have you been to hollywood like why does this. I'm just imagining myself. Like even forget about me living in siberia till one thousand nine hundred. I'm just talking about me leaving my twenties in new york and let's say trying to watch the show. I'll be like who cares. I don i. I'm not responding i. I suspect that that's what i would be saying if i if i saw the show. Then how come you. You know you do you you enjoy. These stereotypical a lot of times characters. For example a director that like the pushover director tv director that comes back or or the way. The writers asshole writers within the geniuses. Even though they're writing on the shitty sitcom. I mean how you know what makes you so You know appreciate this stick. Idols type so should say yeah not stare at archetypes of hollywood. I'm gonna say the nuances of the performances. Lisa kudrow driving. That was the thing that that was the shining diamond. That really drew me in an through her to enter into each valerie cherishes world. It's such a 'cause she's doing for in my head. She's doing three different performances. She will he. She's doing to the camera. She's doing the monologues and she now even in privacy's to pertaining to be a little bit different she's doing the performances in the scene when she's with the director when she's with the husband so it's kind of a scenic performance but she's away that this cameras watching her so she's monitoring behavior.

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"lisa kudrow" Discussed on Shut Up I Love It

Shut Up I Love It

07:53 min | 1 year ago

"lisa kudrow" Discussed on Shut Up I Love It

"You guys do the math. I can't do the math but yeah it was a while ago right and i kind of forgot like the the meat of the show so i sat down to watch. The three episodes would show that paul to watch his first second and third just to start it off. Since it's heavily serialized. You wanna watch it. In order. And i ended up watching the whole first season like in two days. It was like. I just couldn't stop. I was like praying that the world would not distract me from it because it absolutely just sucks me and you know some things like definitely seem like more data just a little bit. You're like oh it's a little dated you're like you're talking about the generation that now is like super super young but in this show but it's it's super translates into everything that's just universal. It's so specific that it is universal. And i and i love the show so i have seen before and i ended up watching season one and actually probably will end up watching season two as well. Yep yeah this is a show. The show could be made just how it is now today but if it was like no we're setting it in two thousand five you know we're making it this year but and it would like it's still really works It was almost it. Almost i don't know is timeless as far as what. The entertainment industry is but we can get into that. Why don't we talk about what you love about it. Maybe even starting with lisa kudrow in general friends and stuff. We now was afraid. Not as much as i think seinfeld which was Kind of running parallel time. But have you heard of the. Lisa's other show therapy now. I have heard of it. Because i listened to an interview on fresh air when it came out but i did not watch it is it is it. Is it like a similar character. That's it's a. It's a full season show. That was on showtime that also. Nobody knows about the premise there. She's just a therapist doing therapy online. Perfect for cover times shirt. That's incredible it's amazing What what. I consider lisa kudrow. Best work after friends or even with friends into account is hardly nine. I think because she such a character actor. She's not a jennifer aniston time. I think as much as i love her on friends. I think the show does a disturbance to her and pigeonholed her and she's almost. She is a big part of the show. But if you were to rank the importance of the friends you almost could take phoebe out of that show and the show would still function. She is kind of like the auxiliary comedy Of the show just like the side character almost At least in my opinion. But i think it doesn't show what she can really do because she's just straight a wacky wacky doodle that took character. There's unreal like anchor versus this show like her character is so anchored in like a specificity that i think it's really showing something offers like. Here's someone who's just crazy absolutely. I mean the yeah. I was just gonna. I was gonna let paul talk but the quick thing. I actually only so the pilot of france. Because i didn't like it. I didn't like and i know so recently. Because he just never like i never watched friends is just one of those things i'm like on purpose avoided it and i wish the pilot and i was like okay. I know why. I didn't watch the show but but i do love seinfeld episode but yeah but it makes me would you just said. Joe made me think of one of the quotes from combat where she tells her husband. Lisa's character valerie. Cherish says to her husband mark mark not more who she tells him that She's they're they making me part of the beast story in the episode. That's coming up and he said well. How many stories are there. And she doesn't answer because it's really two stories and to the question were was she before then and of course she was just there like aside jokes like a runner and i sounds like in france. She kind of had that role. This well a lot of times right just like a fun button or i mean and not to discount her Her characters. I guess we in that show. She had plenty of bs stories and stories but a little bit she. I think the fact that our character with so howard in any reality that it made it may be harder to give her a lot of stories. And lisa from the groundlings characters is what she does best and she's great at that and this is from interview saying this valerie cherish type character. He said that you worked on before The show even came into existence so this kind of character was in her and it was gonna popping up through the is. She finally made his grip down to paul. When you say that you love the show. Because i i have so many feelings about it. I don't want to hear from you. What makes this show like when we say it's the best or one of the best shows and a lotta times. Actually so we were talking about ratings for the second was talking about ratings is would kill the show right like would didn't make another episode happen but the critics love this show right like we should mention that and it's often brought up as show ahead of its time which police said and a show that is one of the best shows like in the last ten years probably talking about the first decade of this millennia millennium But what are the. What are the reasons that you love the show so much. Besides maybe discuss like the the excitement of seeing the hollywood from inside out or lisa's work. What else 'cause. I was also. I am a curb your enthusiasm fan. I think it's also very much there. The honesty the raw the raw humor and that the awkwardness. That is so cramped. I'm summing that concert the television gets too embarrassing yukon away. I'm like a hundred and for me that just. It's the real humid that it's not telling you wait to laugh because you find. It appeals to what you think is funny yet. That cringe humor. That just comes from great characters like this is the epitome of like character making choices writing and making choices and that means they're usually making the wrong choice and it just it makes incredible drama but also like reminds me of a lot of will forte's work as well and larry david where you're like. Oh my gosh. This is a person who cannot stop stepping in shit the best blowing them. Yeah i love that type of stuff. How 'bout are you usually a fan of entertainment things that are behind the scenes. Entertainment industry stuff. Paul i generally am and i love the generally the maitre concepts of shows about shows so like season four of seinfeld when they made an episode. They were making jerry epic my favourite season as i loved authors than the meta commentary references. That are building as interesting because while you say you love it. I think is one of the reasons why the show did in. Goal is because it is a true turnoff. Let's let's again. Let's back up guys because there's so much to say but let's just described the format of the show little bit right. Because i was surprised i can. I knew about the.

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"lisa kudrow" Discussed on Shut Up I Love It

Shut Up I Love It

07:43 min | 1 year ago

"lisa kudrow" Discussed on Shut Up I Love It

"And settle settle. Settle on speed sound speed camera rolling and shut up. I love it. This is shut up. I love it. And i'm joe. Cabello with sasha filer. We've got a very special guest today on the show. He is an improviser based you guys. He's based as we speak in johannesburg south africa. I like. i don't know very distant guests like super distant guest. He is an improviser and the founder of the assembly improv south africa boom. He was trained as a classical musician. For twenty five years. He's been teaching music. I mean there's a lot a lot to talk about this dude but let's introduce him right. Now welcome paul rabinowitz bay. Hey listen to it listening joy. This voice enjoyed the really glad that i'm your first international guests. Yes very first. International and twenty twenty one so couple badges that you could take home with you today. It's a new world oda flee from s from this week. We'll we're super excited to talk to you. Tell us what we're going hear talk about. We're going to talk about the comeback. Hbo series from two thousand. And five. While starring the star or the actress from mad about you lisa kudrow is any of that. True jewish ursula in mad about you. If you remember that before friends were i. Don't remember that in mad about you. What who was she in mad about you she was she became they retrofitted as phoebe twin sister ursula. I don't know much about that. Part of pop culture. that's all like a blur to me. Because i was in siberia but from friends on i feel like i can handle. I can handle that time line. But oh my god come back so. Hbo's comeback. paul. Tell us about it. I guess start off saying what is like a quick premise of the show. And then why is it a good subject for this podcast. The privilege of the show is it's more relevant now than it was then but it's over the comeback of a fading sitcom star tain to twelve years past to prime processes come and now they're making a reality show about two comeback into the world of show business. Yes it's a very show-bizzy show the inner workings of show biz. Yeah yeah like just basically the industrial side of hollywood and other way like some sort of. What's the meat and the nuts and bolts of making somebody maybe mediocre maybe not the best or the worst but just something that just happens right and left probably in hollywood all the time and all the people that surround this making so paul tell us why is this show subject for shut up. I love it will personally. I think it lisa kudrow based work that she's ever done. I think nobody knows about the show when me. Because there's some catchphrases in the show. Which i think i've only heard one person say in the last ten years i've known about the show so it's the cats. Oh i don't want to see that those kinds of things so nobody. The catchphrases are not in popular culture. And i don't think the show is because it didn't really do well even had a second season nine years later. Uh those remains one of lisa's I think undervalue james. Do you think it got lost a little bit in. The friends cast doing things after friends. Hubbub has a lot of them have had a lot of shows some of which are also like or show biz shows. I think matt leblanc has had. Yeah there's a couple. They seem to want to do that. Is do things entertainment. Well matt leblanc was episodes which is playing himself in that kind of series and that's also more recent and then there was Matthew perry was in studio sixty on the sunset strip. Now they're show. That just didn't last. I really enjoyed that show personally to errands. I do think you've got lost a little bit in nats in that hubbub. Do you know what network it originally aired on it was. Hbo and it was airing in the same slot or with entourage at that time. And what a hot show that was at the time and russia's the whole a guy read there's just so much influence the sort of negative influence that entourage has created for comeback. Because josh was a lot more popular show and probably a reason why one of the many reasons why comeback wasn't popular and similar. Yeah similar exactly and pauling. Following each other entourage was a boy. Six in the city type show loses a lot of more subtle all humor that i don't think the audience carried across very well very cringe. Humor would get into definitely want to get into that later as part of the discussion of wisest so show special and maybe one of the reasons also why the show didn't take off. Yeah because i agree that like this is a show i had heard of from. Tv people people who like you know. They're like oh no this show. You gotta watch this show but like it hasn't gone to the mainstream you know where my parents know about it which you know. That's always the test like does my mom know about that actor or that show if they don't then that person's not mainstream but yeah i've heard little birdies about the show how good it is But yeah never saw no five. I was completely unaware of it. Which i blame just. Hbo right and six year olds. Yeah not that young. But yes i wasn't able to buy. Hbo and hbo wasn't as easy to get as it is now. It's now absurdly easy. A teenager could get. Hbo a teenager could not side to get. They should get hitched. We offer sure that's a lot of great family content but like let's say a sixteen year old or even like a twenty year old In five you don't just order. Hbo you have to have a cable package and then by hbo is very. It was a lot of bars of entry so for me like i only have known about the show in this. Like list of on earth gems so very excited when you brought this up like oh i finally get to watch this and i think this is a perfect unlike under served under rated category. What about you sasha. Where you're familiar with us. Yeah i this is interesting. I know this is one of those episodes which doesn't happen a lot. But it's hard to contain my emotion. So the ant because i fucking absolutely love this show like liz's led the given up on that we've given up on hiding i started showed up. Yeah yeah no way from it will walking away from it. Like there's no. It's very hard to do that. And it doesn't make sense why we even did it in the first place but yeah i absolutely love this show it was. I saw it probably for about eight years ago. So.

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‘Death To 2020’: Samuel L. Jackson, Lisa Kudrow, Leslie Jones Join Charlie Brooker’s Netflix Comedy Event Special

Donna and Steve

01:01 min | 1 year ago

‘Death To 2020’: Samuel L. Jackson, Lisa Kudrow, Leslie Jones Join Charlie Brooker’s Netflix Comedy Event Special

"Is working on a fake documentary about what a horrible year it's been. It's called Death to 2020, and it's being made by the people behind that. Awesome. Syria's that everybody loves called Black Mirror. Oh, yeah, it's described as a comedy event that tells the story of the dreadful year that Woz and perhaps still is. They're calling it a landmark landmark. Listen, I moved to Boston What they're calling it a landmark documentary style special that is weaving together some of the world's most renowned voices with real life archival footage that spanning the last 12 months we got Hugh Grant in this Samuel L. Jackson, Lisa Kodro. Leslie Jones, Komal non Johnny, We've got Tracy Allman. Joe Carey from Stranger Things Thieve with the good hair way don't know when it's got a release date, but maybe we'll look for the teaser for that, so we could get a little little sampling of what they've got in mind.

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Here are the 2020 Emmy Awards highlights

Monocle 24: The Globalist

04:30 min | 1 year ago

Here are the 2020 Emmy Awards highlights

"So much nowadays traditional Glam, gathering of the EMMYS was shrunk down to a virtual version. This year, the winners had to dial in from their sofas but did to scale down show remove any of the fun while I'm joined by the phone critic Karen Cranach from welcome back Karen. Now, Jimmy Kimmel called this the pandemic. What was it like? You. Don't I was reading about the run up because of course, they had five days of the creative emmys, which was very interesting which covered documentarian sports things like that. We don't really get to see those its role waiting for the television ones television on comedy and they're all saying, oh, it's can be terrible to glitches and there were absolutely no. Glitches at all the writing was sensitive national it probably would have worked alive, and in fact, what they were doing is they were cutting back into the audience of previous years. So at first we thought Kimmel was presented to reluctance of couldn't be, and then of course, we see that it's an empty staple center with cardboard cutouts except one person Jason Bateman. It worked really really well, and as you said, he called the Pan Denny's. You can't have virus without a host modest M.. It. Last year it was host free. So he's making a double point there isn't he? Will he is I mean there is a discussion for all the wards shows that you know do we really need a host to carry through to give a a link King presents between all of the awards and sometimes you need that sometimes you don't, but he's very, very good in this effect was. Nominated himself didn't win but for for this year. So he solid reacted really well, and particularly with Jennifer Aniston was was there in I'm assuming was a prerecorded, extra it live. Where he's burning one of the emmy envelopes to sanitize it, and if the fire gets out of control, she actually does put put. The. Fire. Out on stage. Tell US little bit more than about. Who won who lost how things went? Arguably, this was possibly our final reminder. Some was that it was a blissful reminder of our recent past, but people could still make television in the same room. I think we're we're all I. Think we're we're going to get nostalgic about these virtual awards shows really because they could do so much more with with a with a regular live show somebody sends in a prerecorded or televisual link you feel cheated. Now you feel that you've got more possibility because the people can actually record something or talk to you live. So it Kinda works really well, for example, before I go to the awards there was almost apprentice reunion lease a Jennifer Aniston Courtney Cox and Lisa kudrow showed up altogether and Jimmy Kimmel's going what are you doing together and he goes she goes well, we've Jennifer says. We've been living together since nineteen ninety four. It was just a lovely surprised wouldn't have been able to happen in real life. So it was great now. watchmen with the big re reimagined science fiction. Series was for twenty six nominations at one eleven including UN series. Star. Regina. King and also best limited series which is amazing and that helped push the HBO show to Thirty Wins in total, which is very important and also Shits Creek, of course, we have to put little tm on there because it's spelled S. C. H. W. T. s. did a sweep a to record for comedy shows of nine wins and it was yeah it's it's incredible. It's last is the final. Season for that show and it was wonderful to see all of our beloved. Canadian actors. That was a hugely hugely popular series it turned up on flicks. But it didn't start with nets, which is weird. Yes it has found that second life. Elsa Bell Rutland. Well, it was really pop TV and it just it got a cult following because. I mean, these I've been watching Catherine O'Hara Levy since the seventies I mean they were at second city which the rivals Saturday night live we've seen them in American pie everywhere. These are very, very good season actors and writers and the fact that they show up with this unique show on pop TV it just goes to show you that if something's good against audience people will see

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‘Friends’ Reunion Special Delayed on HBO Max, Will Not Make May Launch

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:35 sec | 2 years ago

‘Friends’ Reunion Special Delayed on HBO Max, Will Not Make May Launch

"News they'll be there for you just not as soon as you think it'll be a little longer to get to see that friends reunion special which was postponed due to the corona virus pandemic the special set to air on HBO Max had been set to debut with the launch of Warner media's new streaming service in may however the streamer confirm that the reunion has been delayed all six of the original cast Jennifer Aniston Courteney **** Lisa Kudrow Matt leblanc Matthew Perry and David Schwimmer will reunite on stage for the first time in sixteen years on the original sound

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The Friends cast is making $2.5 million each to reunite for an HBO Max special

Ron St. Pierre

00:34 sec | 2 years ago

The Friends cast is making $2.5 million each to reunite for an HBO Max special

"The cast of friends is reuniting on H. B. O. Max Jennifer Aniston Courteney **** Lisa Kudrow Matt leblanc Matthew Perry and David Schwimmer are starring in a reunion special for the forthcoming streamer the service drops in may by the way don't call that a reboot or revival though because the six former co stars and real life friends we'll chat about their show they reportedly are getting a hefty pay day to do so too for the special the taped unscripted reunion show the specials going to be directed by Ben Winston the mega hit NBC sitcom ran for ten

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WarnerMedia nears deal with 'Friends' cast for reunion special

You Auto Know

00:30 sec | 2 years ago

WarnerMedia nears deal with 'Friends' cast for reunion special

"For a reunion special for HBO Max the new service that set to launch in the spring recently Jennifer Aniston handed on an island that she in the rest of the cast were all in it for this special saying quote we are working on something the outlet reports that Aniston Courteney **** Lisa Kudrow David Schwimmer Matt le blanc and Matthew Perry have reached a deal for an hour long special in September of last year friends celebrated its twenty fifth anniversary and ever since the cast and producers have been teasing that something is in the

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"lisa kudrow" Discussed on Shut Up I Love It

Shut Up I Love It

01:44 min | 2 years ago

"lisa kudrow" Discussed on Shut Up I Love It

"It has the least amount of singles it came out. I think in ninety nine two thousand nine hundred ninety nine and then I started you're listening to I got a used record store. In two thousand. I was a sophomore in high school and that summer I got. I think it was mono. I never got tested for it but but I was had basically like strep throat for six weeks or two months and I couldn't talk like I could. I had like a really horse voice and I sat around at home home. I didn't have a ton of friends and I listen to this shit out of that album important question. Yanji get mono from your high school. sweethearts slash. Now wife no randy. Don't listen to this no I did not. I don't know how I got it because I think you can get it from other things right right. I licked durant us. You can get it from other things but yeah but that's I think like that was the album that hooked me on them and I think I was because I was like Moody's sort of teenager and like you could kind of connect. Tagalog Adam dirt's I feel like because he was you know he liked to write his poetry and kind of Mope and then but he dated Hawk Cox Jennifer Aniston too. He dated to the ends. Let not your friend Lisa Cujo but not Lisa kudrow now may or may not be the Shankar and his friend as she is not at all. It was never meant yeah but yeah so I think that was part of it is like I just like I had these feelings and when you listened to the music or the you listen to the lyrics now they are a little corny but I don't know when you're like fourteen or fifteen full of hormones and moping about girls. It's like yeah put an electric guitar behind my feelings.

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"lisa kudrow" Discussed on Q95

Q95

02:08 min | 3 years ago

"lisa kudrow" Discussed on Q95

"In your like Hong he's bad at that twenty million into the or when they grow up too fast remember the TV show lost they just dump that kid yeah you have to get rid of them sometimes wall just disappeared out walls out of their walls citrusy thing I thought it was very easy to use and then all the sudden Hey knobs gone whatever on him one of the state in nineteen sixty three at Lisa Kudrow everybody's friend incredibly bright November sixteenth no just July July thirtieth nineteen sixty three that today in okay so he's got her in this SNL her neighbor Jon Lovitz yes she had Jennifer both audition for SNL in the past on them yeah girl was on other things just didn't work out and the friends yeah this is yeah Terry crews born on this day in nineteen sixty eight thanks Pat Terry crews on a television commercial now that I think if the roles were reversed would be problematic he's doing ages packs are shaking and the woman says keep doing that essentially I'm paraphrasing I always wondered that's the in today's culture is not with a man boobs thing versus yeah yeah if a woman were on a trampoline issue stop jumping the guy goes they keep jumping let be problematic sure as far as two thousand twelve goes well that's what most recent white is the most popular car in the United States car color than black silver gray and red top okay good to know we're going to turn a turquoise geo to what I said nobody said anything about that and we can born on this date in nineteen seventy one Tom green good friend of the show very funny guy what if he has a green car one of his green card he's Canadian no yeah after one of the state in nineteen seventy four Hilary Swank you know she can the movie business hello John yeah.

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"lisa kudrow" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:51 min | 3 years ago

"lisa kudrow" Discussed on KOMO

"To fly thousand constituents how they would feel if he'd Middleton this for to start dating Danny de Vito pretty negative reaction. Bob, Odenkirk and Lisa Kudrow. Also star in Brian the movie guy is here. Good morning. Good morning. What do you think a long shot? I really really enjoyed. It. Got some good. People. Invest for sure it's got a great cast, and it falls in it, very small cinematic niche of romantic comedies that are actually funny and give you the sense that some people actually put some thought into it throw those movies at the screen all the time, and they rarely work this one works, really. Well. Largely mostly impart. It's really well written script well-balanced, but it really works. Because if thrown and Seth Rogan, they're so fun, just as oddball coupling that really really works. She's cutting loose clearly having a blast. And he's I'm not a I like him, but he's usually super obnoxious in this one he's only moderately obnoxious. But he's found a really just this rare rhythm where he just rides that line. And it makes them kind of a lovable love obnoxious, if you will the movie's gonna feel familiar if you think American president meets knocked up, by way of Pretty Woman, you're halfway there. But again, this chemistry is gonna pull you through. This is a plucky predictable political romantic comedy that takes shots at both sides of the aisle. It's about underdogs and overachievers and it stands stoically at the corner of goofing grace. I'm going to give it a b plus go see it right away. Assuming you've already seen the new vendors film. You can get into see they knew about I have Brian. Are you impressed? I'm so impressed. Because last week you hadn't I know. And I also said I'm not a big superhero fan. It's just not my Cup of tea was a good movie. I'll be there for three hours. Had to pay yourself on this soda. Good for you. Brian movie guy Friday mornings here on the KOMO morning news. Komo news time six fifty..

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"lisa kudrow" Discussed on MYfm 104.3

MYfm 104.3

01:44 min | 3 years ago

"lisa kudrow" Discussed on MYfm 104.3

"Awards, including an EMMY and two sag awards. Good for me. Which is the better murder weapon. And why will the EMMY is really dangerous? I know. But that's heavy. I haven't won one, but I held one. But I mean, the EMMY is heavy, but it's got to sharp swings. No could really stinks a lot of damage. Yeah. Or well. I feel like if you're going to the head you use the sag if you're going for the chest in like internal organ damage, you go for the EMI. Chassar? Would you go for the head? Well, I think you'd have to come around with the gopher the neck. Right. But it's I think about it. Yeah. Okay. I wasn't thinking about the neck. All right. All right. You might win might win this on my gosh. Machete hang on. I really going to get an award right now. I'm getting up to go. Get an award. Here you go. Oh my goodness. The twenty second annual Screen Actors Guild awards baseball chainsaws cap green. Thank you. I can't won't fit. I've got. Headphones on otherwise. Well, congratulations. Thank you on the way, our guest. Lisa Kudrow and Ana chat with a caller in need of relationship advice. I think he's on amazing. You sound fantastic. What's the other part of the story? I mean, you're not telling us. Well, okay. I've got lots and lots and lots of thoughts year, that's next on affairs is unqualified..

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"lisa kudrow" Discussed on MYfm 104.3

MYfm 104.3

02:36 min | 3 years ago

"lisa kudrow" Discussed on MYfm 104.3

"What would your job be a made making beds, and you know? So many cabins on a cruise ship. But I don't think I'd be the only one right? Be part of a staff, and you understand what I'm going for. I wouldn't have to talk to anybody. I knew this. Gambling about this earlier that you right? I predicted that you would have said something like cruise director now or energetic. No, she's not going to want to anybody. She's to galley lake. I get it. The galley would be better. Because at least you can talk to the other people that you work with a major just alone. Maybe that's what I was going for. It's almost being in a padded cell. Sometimes I feel like that would be great. Okay. Would you consider yourself a hoarder if so what would you what do you mean? I mean, I think there's a fine line between never throwing things away supporter. I have trouble throwing things away because to me. Everything's potential document. I have trouble throwing things away because they don't want to leave my house. So I'm like I can't run out for paperclips one day. I do that with paper clips horizon in a paper clip, and I don't need it anymore. I keep I have a jar. What the hell are you going to do a paper? Nobody would really like what do we do paper anymore? I do use paper clips I also can afford a little box of paper clips. You know, how wasteful? Yeah. This is I have like a Tharoor at a secret hiding place only one person knows about the contain sort of my naughty things. And I in case like my. Pass away. And like you have to do this out before my parents. Okay. If it were me. We haven't seen each other. But you would do that for me. Right. You just make sure everything's I mean if I can get over here if. Thank you. Coming up next on a- and Lisa Kudrow, pushed the envelope. A bit regarding the usage of an award. Emmy is heavy, but it's got to sharp swings or well, I feel like if you're going for the head you use the sag if you're going for the chest in like internal organ damage. You go for the EMMY more rapid fire. Questions are coming up in minutes. Nana Ferris's unqualified..

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"lisa kudrow" Discussed on MYfm 104.3

MYfm 104.3

03:37 min | 3 years ago

"lisa kudrow" Discussed on MYfm 104.3

"Lisa kudrow. They'll offer up some unqualified advice to a caller family love hanging out with them. When we go home. There's always a but an honor talks about how she felt when guest starring on the final season of friends. All I remember is just terror. But I was so on that and more coming up in minutes on affairs is unqualified. Oh. Took it. So. Keep you close. So. Let's you. Hundred. Really? Seemingly? Notice Guzman nervous. Let's see. Just watch you. Thanks for being here.

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"lisa kudrow" Discussed on Podcast 42

Podcast 42

06:34 min | 3 years ago

"lisa kudrow" Discussed on Podcast 42

"Tonight celebrating the incredible career of Jimmy boroughs with you. But I'm in London doing my play the end of longing. And now, please welcome to the stage. My friends who just happen to be the cast of friends, Courtney, Cox, David Schwimmer, Lisa Kudrow, Matt LeBlanc and Jennifer. I just wanted to speak on behalf of America and say, we all love seeing you together, and it's very cool. We would do anything for Jim Burroughs, because.

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"lisa kudrow" Discussed on 103.5 KISS FM

103.5 KISS FM

02:26 min | 3 years ago

"lisa kudrow" Discussed on 103.5 KISS FM

"Green is fifty Saturday night at the sunset tower hotel in LA. Everybody was there, including. Wow. It's a big deal. Yeah. We can't get too excited. Oh, there's no indication. They're getting back together. Even if we want them to but says, she was happy. He came they hugged chatted for a while. But then like wouldn't paltry was there who used to bang Brad and John Mayer and his acts Katy Perry were both there in Orlando bloom was there. So all these inter mingling people were there, plus Jennifer Aniston's, friends, friends friends. Lisa Kudrow, and Courtney Cox also there, George Clooney and a mall, Robert Downey, junior generous Barbra Streisand Kate Hudson. I mean, the list goes on and on and very hammered Reese Witherspoon who partied so hard. She fell down a flight of stairs on her way out. She's okay. But they caught her in the car, and she was she. She look hammered the keys to a CBS Atlanta. News affiliate rental, car were stolen earlier this morning outside our Kelly studio on the near west side, the theft occurred. At the CBS Forty-six investigative team as they were attempting to film, a person believed to be R Kelly exiting the studio so eleven fifty a dude gets out of a black SUV steals, the keys from the Chevy Malibu, and then jumps into an SUV and takes off. So the driver's side window was open at the time in the car was running. The news crew said they'd seen the SUV in the area before the keys were stolen. So then they can't did the car had to be towed away the crew then left, and they have a video of the entire incident. So they've been filming him for whatever reason. But now this story is developing and they're gonna get in trouble for that. Kylie, jenner's daughter stormy turned one and was throwing the most incredible first birthday party complete with carnival rides. Butterfly rainbow forest do baby shark was there. There was no like she remember any of this, obviously. But it was a whole like Astro world type thing for dad, you know, themed Travis Scott theme. So there was hot air balloons dancing. Pixies a stormy shop where people who attended by stormy world at merchandise. Allow DJ selling stuff at the kid's birthday party horse. They were it was literally like a festival DJ. College was.

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"lisa kudrow" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:45 min | 3 years ago

"lisa kudrow" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Caroline. Yes. Hayley. Mills Hayley mills. Lisa kudrow. Lisa caputo. Patty, Duke, Patty, Duke, Elizabeth Montgomery, Elizabeth Montgomery. Let's see they were all child's jars exams. Common thread, my home. And they're all they all play twins or have had twins the twins thing. Yes. Right. Not necessarily twin sisters, but they have each played a dual role identical. Cousins identical. Cousin? We know often that happens. That's right. Arne Shawn fanning co-founder of Napster Bola swath of the fourth high Duke of Poland Boleslav. That's spelled it's spelled like coleslaw with no. SLA w there's a lo Duca Poland. Lucius quick and artists or who cannot Roman farmer turns military leader. Yeah. And Jerome Lester Horwitz, no relation. John fanning was the inventor of what? Napster? Cincinnati was he? Wrote some sort of fiery political tracks. No, I don't think farmer. He became dictator temporarily kind of dictator. Farmer. I'll give you a clue. Yeah. This fifth of Gardner. Please. Hall, founder of kinkos. Paul or flow, Paul. We're fulla. Founded something ky-ko's. Okay. So Bala sloth. This is helped found Poland. Here's this have to do with copying. He founded coleslaw. It doesn't have to do with copying. But it has to do with kinko's. Has to do with Kinko kingpin Addis. Are we talking about the name? Yeah. I think that if you knew Jerome Lester Horwitz is performing name pointing toward which apparently is the other Horowitz does. But I don't. That would that be Israel Horowitz. It's not Israel Horowitz. But let's toss it over to me. I think Jerome Lester Horwitz was one of the three stooges that's what I think. Yes, he was. And I think he was curly. He was curly. And so that's why I was. Kinky hair all have curly hair all had nicknames based on their curly hair. You.

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"lisa kudrow" Discussed on How To Be Amazing with Michael Ian Black

How To Be Amazing with Michael Ian Black

03:03 min | 3 years ago

"lisa kudrow" Discussed on How To Be Amazing with Michael Ian Black

"So it was a great place. Once again, probably where I started my lifelong, maybe not the. Quality of mixing work in pleasure. Because you know, I was teaching there. But I was also in the company, and it was very competitive there, but we all hung out together. And I was a little bit of the cruise director. Like, I was the one trying to get people to go out after every show go to Jerry's deli. Rehash the show that sort of thing. What was the goal at that time for you? I mean, you're you're live. It was all about us now. And at that time Lauren had a buck up his but about the groundlings he just didn't go there. He didn't like it. And so years, he was plucking talent from other places, mostly second city, and Chagas. And then when he finally started to look at L A, he came to the Growlings one night. And I remember he was looking at Lisa Kudrow. Julia Sweeney, myself and Julia got the gig based often lot is Pat character and shit other characters that were fantastic and Lisa, and I just didn't have characters that really spoke to learn and that you know was. Huge for at least someone in our little click to be on SNL. So it was great. I got I would go visit Julieta at SNL. And I kind of got to see the vibe there. And I got to know some of those folks. And then obviously Lisa cujo did just find yourself, and I ended up doing okay. But at the time it was almost like you thought that was the only gig in town. And frankly, I was kinda grateful to be on a sitcom because I mean SNL is fantastic. But it to be on a Twenty-three episode of years to come in the nineties was fantastic. And after the SEC no showcase was suddenly so it was like seven. I mean, I was the groundlings for like thirteen. Trying get I did my first commercial at seventeen I was on suddenly Susan thirty five. Not a thing in my see you found the sweater. Oh, that's where he pointed. This is Vicky Vicky Zakheim Susan tells me your warns Yvonne fan, it's great in bed. You're a sent in the groundlings was very fast, and then it was fourteen years before. So yes, yes. And everyone around me was getting breaks. And I was so bitter. And I just kept thinking. All right. Eventually something's got to happen. And ironically things started happening when I in fact, started doing stand up. But was there any point where you're like, you know, what Kathy you gave it your best shot you're done? Never. And that's what you're Tatum. My parents is they kept saying can't you have a plan b and by the way, they had a an impractical plan. But it worked for them. They kept saying all right. We're going to indulge you for a year. And if you're not a big success at a year, right? And then it was in fact, Jimmy Garoppolo who said I think you're actually funniest as yourself. So I be asked the director of the Friday night, ten o'clock experimental show to let me open the show with a five minute little story. And then I would do twenty minutes. And I don't know if you know, but my last tour was three hours..

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Kickstart Your Memory with the Jennifer Aniston Neuron

Curiosity Daily

08:30 min | 3 years ago

Kickstart Your Memory with the Jennifer Aniston Neuron

"Com slash curiosity and use coupon code curiosity. We're going to wrap up with some compelling memory research, and it's all based on something called. The Jennifer Aniston, you're on it shows how easily our brains drawn new connections, and you can use it to kick. Start your memory, except now, I'm just kind of sat never got into friends. I never did either. Let's play name the friends characters name more. I've got Rachel and Phoebe. Is there a Carl? Now, wait any Zander. It's new Sander of Ross, Joey, yes. Nice thing. Ding, ding. This has been the most fun game show. We've ever played in this podcast. Well, don't worry. This science requires. No prior knowledge of the TV show friends, except knowing the Jennifer Aniston wasn't it in this whole thing comes from an accidental discovery in two thousand five a team of epilepsy. Researchers were trying to find the police in the brain were epileptic seizures originate this started to notice a strange pattern in one of their participants. Every time she saw a picture of Jennifer Aniston, a particular neuron would fire in her brain the trend showing her the words, Jennifer Aniston, and again that same neurons would fire the tried bringing up Jennifer Aniston in other ways, and every time it shot off the conclusion was inescapable for this particular individual. Anyway, there was a specific neuron tied to the concept of Jennifer Aniston. Other participants in the study had their own unique triggers for particular neurons. In one they found a particular neuron associated with Bill Clinton and in another they found one for Halle Berry and the subject's brain would react as if they recognize the person, even if the person was unrecognizable in the image. So for example, the Halle Berry part of the brain might fire off if the subject saw her in her cat woman costume as long as they knew beforehand that the actress had been unfortunate enough to win that role. This actually tells us a lot about how our brains work though, as we learn to recognize people places and things our networks of neurons. Start to store that data by developing particular patterns of activity, and it's surprisingly easy to manipulate that pattern, for example. Sometimes Jennifer Aniston neurons would light up when they saw Lisa Kudrow that implied that part of the job. The neuron was doing was making a sociation. Lisa cujo, made her think of Phoebe from friends which made her think of Rachel from friends, which made her think of Jennifer Aniston who played Rachel the biggest takeaway from this is that making us association between two concepts could be one of the most. Effective ways to kick. Start your memory, the one that comes to my mind is always thinking of a person, you already know when you meet someone new who has the same name that is my number one tried into trick for memory names. See what other associations, you can make and see how much you can

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Kathleen Turner, Kathleen and Lisa Kudrow discussed on Jason and Alexis

Jason and Alexis

00:13 sec | 4 years ago

Kathleen Turner, Kathleen and Lisa Kudrow discussed on Jason and Alexis

"Because entertainment weekly's reporting, that Matthew Perry is recovering he had a gastro intestinal perforation surgery oh, no idea what that is? But anyway, it sounds

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