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"lou diamond phillips" Discussed on ID10T with Chris Hardwick

ID10T with Chris Hardwick

03:08 min | 3 months ago

"lou diamond phillips" Discussed on ID10T with Chris Hardwick

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"lou diamond phillips" Discussed on ID10T with Chris Hardwick

ID10T with Chris Hardwick

05:21 min | 3 months ago

"lou diamond phillips" Discussed on ID10T with Chris Hardwick

"You know it's like it's like you never stop working and what that does to you emotionally what that can do to the relationships in your life and you know intimacy just not having and i don't know if the truth you like i don't think i think it's nice to just have the balanced life where it's like. Yeah you get to work but you get to have your family you get to travel so bright. You know it's like that to me. Seems much more enjoyable than you know everything you do. you know. it's like every choice you make could tank company and people can be out of work and then you'll never work up got but what you said was very profound about you. Know the focus about focusing on what you're losing rather than what you're gaining. It's like they're afraid of losing an an old type of thing as opposed to looking at us like yes but it's the opportunity to gain a new thing and that is the process of life. So it's if we could just ship are being a little bit sometimes like oh well. This job went away at this. Saying it's like yes. That thing may be dying but that means that it could fertilize the soil for something new and exciting to grow. If you're open to that if you're looking in that direction and aware to see those opportunities noman a hundred percent. I've it's funny my hands conversation to. It's like some of the politicians these days. I don't wanna be your off too far into this territory but you know they're so afraid of losing what they have their power their position that they no longer do the right thing they they take the path of least resistance and will even be critical and and you know change their values to to accommodate. You know what they perceive as as what's necessary for them to stay where they are as being you know being. I dunno productive will..

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"lou diamond phillips" Discussed on ID10T with Chris Hardwick

ID10T with Chris Hardwick

05:43 min | 3 months ago

"lou diamond phillips" Discussed on ID10T with Chris Hardwick

"Yeah but i still need to get up there and do it and that's kind of how you know that that's that's maybe where you're passion lies but also that idea of deeming yourself worthy of saying no i'm i'm worthy. I know i can do this. But is you can avoid being cocky as long as you're always open to learning you know as long as you're open to the growth process those two things can coexist. It's not it's not one or the other. i think. I think it can be so easy to be self deprecating. Because you don't want to be you don't wanna come up as arrogant and it's like. Yeah but it's still okay to be comfortable with who you are and go no. I'm i'm good at this. I still feel like. I always have more to learn. And i think that's the key to keeping you from turning into an asshole being open to listen an open to or but once you feel like you said like what you feel like. Yeah got this thing figured out. It's like oh shit. I well dunno learning and like you said i mean with the novel but it immediately applies to acting like you know the first time i got cast as a dad. Oh yeah just wait a second. I had that and i. It's being lost with who you are. You know the. I mean on product. I'm all this person gas. Yeah okay crazy uncle lou. That's that's fine. I- i'm okay with embracing that and saying this is what i bring to the table. This is this is why function within this piece of storytelling. You know and not trying to pretend that that you know you're still the Although i get to be a love interest on the show. I you know i i still get you. Don't chase bad guys and tom cruise date her. These do just fine so being in our lease and to you know it's like sort of finding that you know sort of finding the right thing i mean. No one can ever really tell you who you are what you should do. You know i mean it's i know the business does tend to sort of pick and choose and put people in boxes and certain ways but at the end of the day you know like you said. You're start your starring on the show. You get to do all these things and maybe before you did that there would have been someone who have been like. Oh no you're too old for this like fuck you. I'm not you know like exactly you. Just can't people are always quick to tell you what you can't do or how things are quote done but that also means to me that's always a signal that means there's room for innovation because if people have decided that these walls up. They're just doing that because they're just kind of being lazy and going. Well i don't wanna have to think outside the box and someone always comes through the put you in that box man you know. And that's something that. I fought against my entire career in all. It's it's it's why i sifi in comedy in orion and thank goodness been rewarded for it. I mean it goes back to my teacher training. I've been interested in all of these things..

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"lou diamond phillips" Discussed on ID10T with Chris Hardwick

ID10T with Chris Hardwick

04:28 min | 3 months ago

"lou diamond phillips" Discussed on ID10T with Chris Hardwick

"But i've also started looking at. What is the experience. In addition to what is the outcome because the life experience that i garner is becoming as important to me. who am i working with. You know It's you know when when the life you know needed to replace an actor and they brought in this day. Would you do this like yeah in a heartbeat to episodes great working with billy bob dunne. I don't even need to read the script. You know because he had been buddies for a long long time you know. I ended up in adverse of film. It's out right now simply. Because i was doing a lot of the convinced thomas nichols and has a lot at a table next to each other and eluded said hey man i'm doing. This limit is agreeable up and coming. Asian american director. Brian metcalf there will be great free. Would you take a look at it. You know it would only take a day. And sean asked him was already attached seasonal buddy in a site you know. I want to support independent film. It's not always about the paycheck. It's not always about the size of the project. Simba migrate us. Love stories have been with independent films. You know that. I still like you know today and people continue to discover because of streaming and everything else and so. It was easy for me to say yesterday. And then all of a sudden miller and mickey worker the cast who well okay you know very good nothing but it's also You know hearing that or hearing about how you got the directing job on agents of shield you there is a certain amount of like auditioning for things but there's also just like staying in the game for a long time getting to know people you know showing up for work on time doing a good job and then word of mouth you know like nothing really beats word of mouth you know when i think about jobs that i addition for and got through that regular track versus jobs that were like more word of mouth or just through some other. It is far more the ladder you know the longer i feel like you're in the business that just going in reading for something getting a callback that does happen But this other way you know you're next to a guy that convention you share i'll take. Oh no. i'm in this movie. Oh wow well that worked out exactly right.

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"lou diamond phillips" Discussed on ID10T with Chris Hardwick

ID10T with Chris Hardwick

05:33 min | 3 months ago

"lou diamond phillips" Discussed on ID10T with Chris Hardwick

"Sponsoring this episode of the podcast which we now return to when lebombo came out i was. I mean i would think i was. Maybe i don't know how old i was but it was in the eighties and that was just like the hugest thing in the world like that. The video because mtv was in its heyday at that time soundtrack off the movie. It played nonstop on. Mtv was huge and that was a period of time where you could go from relative obscurity to being a massive star. You know like your life must have changed literally overnight with the movie. Only that she put it that way. I mean first of all. I got some graded by early on. I mean like the night before the movie. Open danny bell. Does she played my linnet. Who was the associate producer. He's actually the one who said go to texas. Go to texas and auditioned people there because danny had originally option this story. He contacted the valentine family because he wanted the role but it took him twenty years to get it off the ground. He'd been the lead in zoot suit. He didn't lead in like bullhorn nights or something that and his brother was louise's that they were going do a long time and it took him that long to get the movie made but the knife opening literally said we're gonna hand you the keys to the candy store. Don't rot your teeth. yeah you know. And it's so funny because when you say overnight success to me. That's the overnight on a thursday night. Not many people know who i am on a friday. A few million people have seen movie at all. Wow and the thing that i think even even more so Cemented that was the fact that i was on the poster that there was none people with naming the face together like right away and shot out of a cannon and just shot out cannon so we did we did a a special screening for the farmers. And that's you know what i mean. I love i was loved that because we all this came from the yatra compassi. No farm workers union theatre which was political activism through theater and and as a result i ended up marching with investing for sister has sweat at the intimately involved with a lot. causes of day which is a little bit my way of giving back being latino jason. You know a filipino. But we did this. Great premier in watsonville. Where the apricot. Pic- sequels was helen. Mirren is married to a taylor. Hafer was producer second unit director on itself. So we had this wonderful dinner in the battle of the mexican restaurant there. But on the way in out of the screening east side and i just got mobbed i mean hair pulling button upping balked and recklessly i sit down next to helen mirren and i said wow of maybe one of these days. I'll get used to this. And she put her arm her hand on my arm. She's oh boy..

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"lou diamond phillips" Discussed on ID10T with Chris Hardwick

ID10T with Chris Hardwick

03:47 min | 3 months ago

"lou diamond phillips" Discussed on ID10T with Chris Hardwick

"What do you think tom went. Are you kidding me. 'cause tom and i've gotten to know each other. All on the festival circuit you know a and the convention circuit and not only do. I love him as an actor. But he's a great guy. Just such a solid human being such a big heart. And and i have to say the number one of the call sheets main has been a an absolute no. He sets the bar very high. Not only from his work ethic in his respect for the caribbean. What was the first thing you directed. Oh gosh i mean that's going back to nineteen ninety was film for. Hbo called dangerous touch. That i also co wrote it was it was right there in that period. Were they attraction. Were were all the rage. The the to nate kind of psycho sexual rover so yes. Dangerous touch was in that in that in that era Done a good handful of independent films. i did a question mark and a handful a handful of television one of the first things i did was actually just had robert joy yesterday on our show. was an episode of outer limits. I acted until i acted directed in a twilight zone as well. So you know it's it's been off and on for a number of years is never been my bread and butter but i will say that. I am pursuing it much more than i used to. A lot of times disorder fell into my lap. It was something that i i love doing. But i wasn't going to supplant the acting will to do it but now i look at streaming. I look at the the quality of lighting the quality of the budgets and the budgets. That i had for an episode of television far surpass anything he ever got as an independent films. You know so. There's every reason world to do more of that because it's it's just i think television is is better than it has been decades will. Yeah because it has to compete. Because what's really happening is that everything is everything is especially in. The last year is being basically presented in the same way. Were watching it like the idea of tv and movies and short films and internet videos. It's all just kinda squishing together. Under the br under the name of content. You know it's like people just want good. They just want stuff. That's good to watch whether it's a series or a movie or a short or whatever it is but you know we're kind of just watching it all the say in way so it's somewhat becoming indistinguishable from one another. It is and so. There's there's a level of expectation you know it's like when you call game of thrones. Tv's all come on three weeks to shoot a battle scene okay that atv yet technically stevie and say and then you get these incredible streaming shows of which you know a big. But they're they're you know. Basically you know the the dance mix of episodic you've got you've got things like that means ganda or you know a any of the other really great. You know the the flight attendant which my friend go jalen rose novel. It's it's a different world and so An even directly something like prodigal son. The bar is very high. We're making feature film quality looking stuff for tv on tv budget tv schedule. And that's that's the challenge. But i mean i i love that..

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"lou diamond phillips" Discussed on ID10T with Chris Hardwick

ID10T with Chris Hardwick

05:59 min | 3 months ago

"lou diamond phillips" Discussed on ID10T with Chris Hardwick

"Are you good to see you you as well i just. I just tweeted mama. The letter to be talking to you on the abreu This year in lydia. So man it's been on my friend. Got my momma doors. You by the way like she just thinks the world of you both and When you did talking dead in full years ago She was just like. Oh my god you guys need to hang out more. I don't know you know like shoot. My mom was making all these plans for a one hundred percent. When this was craziness all over We do we need to. We need to get together at some point you know. Just just a rake's bread i would love to. Are you in new york currently in new york city still filming a prodigal son out go our old mutual friend mr tom paine. So yeah man. It's a we started the season at the end of a twenty nineteen or in the middle of it. You've gone and i rented a van and drove cross country with indigo who was twelve at the time. Five cats in the dog crazy got to go to new york. City did the first season than i obviously admired for the pandemic hit. Rug got pulled out from under us and we haven't been able to go back since so new york city's pretty pretty good place to get stuck wait so before we get to the all the pandemic stuff i want to hear about the van trip van or like a winnebago or like an airstream it's one hundred percent like right there in the middle of it. It's the company band ago which rents too little indie rock bands. They go touring the country. So there's enough room for everybody in the plant cats in the van but enough that we were basically packing hassle Moved to new york for what we do is going to be a year. You know obviously turn into too much longer than that so it was. It was hilarious. I mean it was kind of a chevy chase movie will. Are you going to get it or were you sleeping in sleeping in it or were you stopping..

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"lou diamond phillips" Discussed on ID10T with Chris Hardwick

ID10T with Chris Hardwick

04:15 min | 3 months ago

"lou diamond phillips" Discussed on ID10T with Chris Hardwick

"Ten dot com sign up for our email list so we can let you know about stuff 'cause also in addition to the merchant stuff podcast and that sort of thing. I would imagine that at some point. I don't know when. But at some point i will go tour again. The the wizard guitar tour abruptly cut off a year ago. But i would still like at some point when it is safe and comfortable to do so And also safe and comfortable to ask people to gather together in a comedy club. That that i would like to do that and i would like to let you know about it so please sign up for the email list dot com. We'll hope you do that. But let's talk about the community events. That i d ten t dot com like justin who sent an email wanted to spread the word about children's book. His wife illustrated is he says in defending immunity. Maggie elliott illustrates whimsical tale. Written by her friend and collaborator. Michael smyth that smyth with a why. I'm guessing it smyth but there's no e. on the end so could be smith. I apologize. Justin did not include a phonetic michael smith smyth I'm sure that is A frequent question that you get so. I'm hoping i'm pronouncing that properly smyth anyway. It's the book is about the steps. One inventor goes through to protect the nation of immunity from tiger attacks. And the problem. She faces when the tigers are all different types. It's fun for any child and the allegory of flu. Vaccines is particularly lightning in this time of pandemics and quarantines so incredibly proud of the work. Justin says the maggie and michael put into this project defending in museums available on amazon imprint. And in the e book form 'electronic book..

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"lou diamond phillips" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show

The Rich Eisen Show

05:46 min | 5 months ago

"lou diamond phillips" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show

"Then when people do with with less you know less of a total that for for viral. Tweet like that He then attached about His girlfriend's articles for the wall street journal. He's like hey while you're while you're here everybody's paying attention. It's phenomenal Michael smith of brother from another right back here on the rich eisen show to help us take him an us to his show on. Nbc sports on peacock. How are you sir. Good man what's going on with. Well i mean we're just hanging here was fun hanging with you and michael holly on On the brother from another peacock. I ever peacock. Nfl playoff postgame show. That was fun to do it again. Let's do it again absolutely. That was a lot of fun. You a division. We can come as always but the trade. How do you think that's going to work in the in brooklyn you know what man i'm i. I like to see things Positive perspective. I like to look at the glass half full my over correct well first of all. He's got to show up to work. How many how. Many blockbuster trades where. Nba teams have created the super team. That they feel is necessary to defeat. Whoever they think is need defeating. Lebron miami Or the durant as right lebron. La however you want to see how many of these traits ever started with well one of the stars. It's already they're better show up. You know very I twenty twenty one showed that's That's that's the new. Do stuff like us and i think as a nation agreement nobody events allies wednesday. And if he's really you know that broken up that he needs to be away because of where we are as a country right now. I respect it. I respect that. I think more or less. You take mental health sabbaticals. It'd be nice if he communicated his reasoning with his organizations. Michael is that really what it is. That the the attack on okay. I'm just i have no idea. This is what i read. I've haven't talked to carry irving and if it is that. I love to hear and say that not just for the team. Everybody else sure. I love to hear i love to hear him. Express that messaging because we're out of time. We're really talking about mental health and trauma in a in a more enlightened sophisticated way to maybe we ever have but we still have a long way to go and i think collectively when you combine the pandemic without political strife. I don't know that we truly understand You know the damage has being done to us. Psychologically and i'm not. I'm not. I'm no philosopher. Don't get me wrong. But i just think it's a healthy conversation. Had we saw a lot of they're coming out of the bubble with people like paul. George is that what the conversation about mental health right now and if curry needs a break for whatever reason i mean we do maintenance they'll people's knees and ankles i can do loan you need low maintenance for your brain. I was saying that before. Michael is that in our dange for sure that if an athlete if he or she has a crutch like a physical crutch or have a cast. We can understand it. You know but when it's a soft tissue injury we don't see anything like that or the muscle between our temples injury we do not we do not as fans sit here and say anything but one how you come back you know. We don't we. Don't treat brain hills as a society. No we like. It's like toughen it up kyri but but but but it would be beyond helpful certainly since we have established that this is writ large. The general sports populations view ob. Something like this about when you come back you know you know. What do you mean two to four weeks with the help you know with what's going on between your temples figure it out that in order to combat that he's got talk about it if this is what's going on. Yeah no he has. He has attention. kinda like the guy that you mentioned that has five thousand followers but fifty four thousand likes. Yes he has everybody's attention He always about attention and I if he were to speak to somebody. You know the media Post something on instagram. Something i think he could do. A lot of a lot of good to to bring to the forefront his reasoning so stepping remember. This is a guy who did not want to play in the bubble because he thought it would distract from The racial justice conversation and social justice conversation that was being had at a higher level than the never You know back in the summer so Having said all that. And it'd be nice. If the minimum communicated steve nash and his teammates negotiation and sean marks having said all that If he shows up i actually think they're going to over correct because it. Maybe this is wishful thinking. They've heard the jokes. They've seen the memes. They seem the two k. Simulations they all this stuff about them fighting. Nobody's gonna take the last shot. I think he made a at the at the early stages they might be too unselfish because it's not like harden is not a gifted passer facilitator. You know where he has been. He can't be when he wants to be carrying. Irvine can facilitate and we know the offense certainly can run through kevin durant and get everybody involved. They like each other enough And i think they want this to work enough to get the beginning. The issue is not going to be taken a last shot. Or who's taking the most out. It might be actually over passing and being too unselfish the question for me. Is this really how they're gonna to when things get tough because inevitably super teams always run into some kind of adversity. Some kind of trouble. And that's when you see what they really made of inside out. Pay a member of the media Kyrie's i zoom if he does in fact habit to say to him now that you've got hard and how does he compare with durant or lebron terms of the people you've played with who can make a last shot. What about you.

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"lou diamond phillips" Discussed on Sci-Fi Talk Scribes

Sci-Fi Talk Scribes

03:14 min | 8 months ago

"lou diamond phillips" Discussed on Sci-Fi Talk Scribes

"Took another pass on my own going from beginning to end and then acquired an agent who gained some more notes, and then when on books picked it up obviously I acquired a dairy capable writer. Editor in Rep Bruno. And went through and and and another pass, and so just making sure that She was working off of accurate information. She waited until I was all done What was really nice though is that is that we went through and read the book from beginning to end together oftentimes with reading aloud so that she would have the ability to sort of just imagine and go off in that direction, and so all of the illustrations the came after the fact came after came after the text was locked How was your regimen for writing? Are you a writer that? That sets aside time every day or does it kind of come to you at different times? It was really interesting process and and it took quite a while I mean. To get to this point it's interesting evidence father's king laws the forty seven under a lot of Easter eggs by the way throughout the book Little Winston nods to. Pop Culture and literature and everything else. But the fact that he is King Rosza the forty seven this because I started this process when I was forty seven years old I'm not that. I had actually written the CIA. I've written the screenplay and then we decided to do this. And then went back to that I wrote a chapter wooded away eventually showed Craig Johnson because I was doing the series long Myron. Times right. He's quite a wonderful. You Know Author Best New York. Times. bestselling author of the Industries I showed him the first chapter and it was one of those am I wasting my time moments and it was you know credit and his wife Judy's encouragement and support that got me to you know move forward with it. You know as I said I was doing that series at that time and I've been very fortunate that I've been. Pretty well employed all the time as an actor for you know, thirty something years. So my day job gotten away. Quite a bit. During the edits for instance I mean I'm working on prodigal son now and we'll go back and do the the second season shortly. But I mean the the last round of edits it's I was literally doing onset. I kept the computer in my dressing room and had a notepad with that. I took to the actual set to jot down ideas there. You know there are times you know that I sit donegal start writing today and I'm GonNa get in. As much time as I can there are other times where I I literally have to let it marinate you know the new, the new chapter whatever new piece of business, your dialogue, and that's why I'll always keep a notepad close by job those down so that I can eventually stitch them together. Do you know some semblance of fabric? Well, there you go. Men Can multitask So there you go ladies you know you're not the only ones. There's more with Lou diamond. Phillips. A New Sifi author you might recognize. Back on Fi talk with Lou Diamond Phillips here's more of our conversation I love audio and I know you've done your share audio books boy..

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"lou diamond phillips" Discussed on Sci-Fi Talk Scribes

Sci-Fi Talk Scribes

03:04 min | 8 months ago

"lou diamond phillips" Discussed on Sci-Fi Talk Scribes

"It's also had its Romeo and Juliet aspects to which a young forbidden love and and whatnot like some recent iterations of it. You know whether it's west side story or whether it's you know some some of the more recent contemporary infused Romeo and Juliet. You know there is the ratio aspect in which is very relevant today. So in in developing Everson I, I was looking at all of these. Touchstones, if you will all of these inspirations and and trying to take the basic story of a soldier, which is you know what Hans Christian Andersen starts with. Developing that into as you said, a hero's journey but a reluctant huge journey whether that's Peter Parker. BILBO BAGGINS try and it becomes that much more interesting. And you mentioned the Romeo and Juliet aspect and that's with the king's daughter Allegra. And of course, he's a mad king. Chander what? Some, kings are mad. That's just the way it is. How does your relationship start off How do they get off on the right foot? Maybe. Well. What's interesting about this story and again it's It's taking some some old chestnuts, old troops if you will and trying to weave them into a story that is still relevant. So contemporary it's you know as you said, it's a Fi because it said in space and so therefore has a somewhat star wars fuel to it You know because it's it's this grand battle Between civilizations and unlikely Hero. All bitter, also very heavily on a prophecy. So and you know there's a prophecies that should process Allegra wet a common soldier than the reign of things under the firm will end. So with that proposition, zander has imprisoned his daughter you know much like Rapunzel or something and and removed all of the soldiers from the capital city we start off with that and and the the eventual chain of events that bring these two together You know not exactly GonNa. Cute at the mall. Six. Sticks are much more a high. Much higher than that so It all sort of plays into this this plot of a prophecy and will eventual peace happened between the kingdoms. Now, when you were writing this, did Yvonne do the sketches and drawings I? Or did she do them after you had written? She actually wait until I finished writing hotel because it was. Through the different iterations and this was you know a massive education for me you know? The first the first pass through when I wrote and. I thought. Well, that's it. Isn't it? I'm done. That is not what happened I you know.

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"lou diamond phillips" Discussed on Sci-Fi Talk Scribes

Sci-Fi Talk Scribes

04:52 min | 8 months ago

"lou diamond phillips" Discussed on Sci-Fi Talk Scribes

"Talk. A typical. Behavior. Special. Effects. What's it like curfew you both to kind of. Things that aren't there well, sometimes, you have an experience anyway. Like gone. In part because of the hopeful nature of genes vision but also because of its message of diversity and inclusion. Wrong and prosper. High Today on Sci Fi talk, we have Lou Diamond Phillips. Maybe. You're lucky enough to have seen him on television and his many roles and films, and also maybe you were one of the lucky ones to have seen him on Broadway in the king and I. But now he is venturing in a new area. He has a new book science fiction book which gets my attention obviously, and it is tinderbox soldier of Indira. Welcome Mr Phillips. It's great to talk to you about this. Thank you so much. Thanks for having me. What was the inspiration for this? Quite honestly it was my wife. Often. Required to say that but when Yvonne and I started dating you know we were getting to know each other and I discovered that she is an absolutely amazing graphic artists She's an amazing illustrator When we met, she was a makeup hair you know artists and We actually met on a film shoot in Vancouver Canada and then started dating and you know as I got more familiar with reward came across a series of. Illustrations that she had drawn in anime style of she has basically you know to really I think distinct styles one she used to be a big fan of anime, but she also was a big fan of that sort of, German would cut style. Yeah that that that's a bit of a throwback and and a bit of lodge to. Growing up. Germany. So she had done these anime Inspired from Hans Christian Andersen's. Fairy Tale the tinderbox and mmediately struck by them, and then one of the things that I that I thought was. Wow. This kind of moves it out of that. Setting and into his own kind of time and place and to me it automatically. So like a post apocalyptic world, and so we chatted about it a little bit and then I stole the idea and the idea originally was to to do a Suma and because you know Sifi is is at least then was a little bit more viable you know in the entertainment industry fantasy..

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"lou diamond phillips" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

The Adam Carolla Show

05:42 min | 1 year ago

"lou diamond phillips" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

"During at Allison's second story in the News Chris Brown getting into a brawl. Frank Ocean Adam becomes obsessed with the idea of Frank Ocean being billy ocean son. Jack CASSIDY GETS WOVEN IN. And this is the riff. I think exactly what he's looking for. Thanks to the Superfan sidebars able to keyword search and find. This didn't take too long Adam. Cruel show Chris Brown favorite under investigation forgetting in a brawl with Frank Ocean over parking spot outside of a recording. Now there are various stories about what happened. Because wait a minute is this billy. Ocean's kid billy I mean. Ocean isn't now why not I know right. Well I was. My first thought not feel like ocean is a popular land you out. Yeah the Black Sea. Yes Frank Ocean has that he last. Name's not really ocean. Yeah that's no fair okay. Sorry that he won't be able to play at the grammys and he's hurt two of his fingers from being jumped. But Chris Brown is saying that Frank. Ocean's people start it Let's see this is what Frank Ocean tweeted? Cut My finger now. I can't play with two hands at the GRAMMYS Well let me say this. First off As a refreshing that Chris is hitting dudes right direction. Definitely step in the right direction. Frank Ocean is bisexual. Came as bisexual one. Step forward two steps back. That's right that's number one number two the the whole like Chris Brown thing of I'm going to get a bunch of tattoos on my neck once you It's right up there with that. Joe Jackson I did not beat my kids but I have this pencil then. Angry Crazy Carney. From the turn of the Century Mustache. Like where is the publicist like? Where's the person that goes? Let this part die down a little over the next. You know what it says. I don't beat my girlfriend. Ascott not mom's initials on neck. We'll also not a tattoo that looks like Riyan. Honest face beat up. Yeah Kerr chief. Yes that looks Windsor. Not Says No beating. That's right that's right just in the neck like I feel I could just focus on the neck and either I could decide whether you raise your hand or woman or not or it could get you fuck off the hook if you did you know who beat a woman as far as we can tell. Thurston Howell. That's right. That's right or maybe he did but we can't tell that's right. That's that's the point. I'm trying to come up. Come up with the with the come up the name of the ultimate per chief guy in a new show on CBS. A profiler type. Show where you simply identified criminals via their neck. I think I could do that. That's right Paul Paul. Paul Lynde did a lot kerchief stuff but the guy who really did who really was known for the kerchief in the in the sixties also speaking Nelson Riley. Yeah yeah he was definitely way up there kind of thing No also died in the fire which was Shirley Jones husband all right. We're going to think of this. Well you'll just punch me up with Shirley. Jones is ex. Husband died in an apartment fire. He's silly John's wasn't lamb chop no Shirley Jones was partridge family music. Man and all that kind of stuff now. Different different one. Yeah Jack Cassidy Jack Rate. A story. I have ever heard Jack Cassidy. We'll find some good neckerchiefs shots jackass. I think the the ultimate But now I'm stuck on. Who DID LAMB CHOP? Who was lamb chops? Oh Oh shit. She died recently. Yeah Okay Brian. Your lack of love for lamb chop is troubling to me. Screen Actors Guild Awards last night and just lay know a few people. Wow Jack Cassidy. That is quite a statement that is. Do you have to cultivate the mustache? That doesn't meet in the middle. I departed mustache. It's unclear whether I say the thing about facial hair it's sort of like it's like the Marilyn Monroe beauty mark versus Cindy Crawford beauty mark. I feel like one got placed there and then was there right. So there's weird facial hair things where there are some guys that don't grow beard in certain spots and don't grow in the middle of the lip and then because they didn't do it then became because court gable couldn't a full one at then became a look so now if I want to do grow mind brings into question I gotTa tell you I don't know where to go with Jack Cassidy thing and I don't know how to have this discussion with my children. Honestly when my children say to me? And they're six now so they're not gonNA bring it up for another eighteen twenty months but certainly before their ten day. They're going to sit down and they're going to talk about Jack Cassidy racial hair and I'm not going to know what to tell them honestly as a father. I'M NOT GONNA I'M GONNA THROW MY HANDS UP. I'm GonNa go you know what I don't know and then they're going to be hard for you to say though isn't it? I remember when my father told me about check cassidy's mustache and that was how do you do it? There's no easy way to do it. I mean no.

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"lou diamond phillips" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

The Adam Carolla Show

04:28 min | 1 year ago

"lou diamond phillips" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

"Liaison now back to the Adam Corolla show Lou Diamond Phillips. I saw blue on the soup couple months back a great time with him. Find Him on the show. He was dynamite. Now he's back again and you know. Failure is my only option. That's right nowhere to go but down you've got it Lou. Volva few things will The website by the way Lou. Diamond Phillips DOT CO DOT UK. Oh that's that's this. This is so bizarre. I've never ever had my own fans side or anything like that. There's this this lovely lady in England. I think you know I put an end to twist in the Black Guy. Yeah exactly and it's all accompany action coming out of a black guy but I got a lot of friends like that but This lady asked if she could run this website. You know that he has my updates and stuff like that. It's not official. But yeah okay you know she finds out about stuff before I do. I Looking around here out twitter by the way Phillips Lou Phillips and enjoying angry. God bless your I am. Angry is to get out to me. Louis saying he was on a Diet 'cause dining for a film that he can't talk about. Yeah it's one of those can't talk about but then if you talk about it no one seems to give a shit. I think I think they give a as long as you. Don't talk about it but then when you start talking about it's like oh well that's old news but then there's a there's a certain point where they make you talk about it. Yeah contractual big film. Yes thank goodness Actually go to Bogota Colombia. Next week. I'm going down there and say hello to my little field spendable three. I guess that good dude though the no. It's not three but it's Interesting movie last time I was I am. I was doing a TV series today and I was sitting back and enjoying not having to be funny. Was this literally Tustin. It's grady little picturesque straight. Wonderful Awesome. Line no I used to remember doing when we do man show bits. They're like three minutes three minutes. Bits and fucking funny it. Was it sucked you know? And we'd be on these shoots and we'd be like you know we're not getting it. This isn't good. We're we're going to the bay it's not going to be. They're not going to have it. You know we do these things you do. Rallies shows that kid a serious reaction shot. Do Music staying. Have the guy shaking his head. Go to commercial so much fucking easier like I just remember saying. Yeah you all you have to do in lieu pardon the Pun of saying something. Funny is just go man. Homeowners are really disappointed in you and your cool. That's why I always hated Dr Drew. You don't have to do anything except for just be. You have to come up with funny. But there's a lot of pressure and last time Liu and I were on stage I was saying I WANNA go. Drama comedies too hard. Meanwhile Nypd Blue and all these other LA whatever. They're all the franchisers a million of them. They're all they're all over the place you know Tom. Selleck is blue content. It's like an all new blueblood and then that's it or be mean or the brooding ethnic and Philips is brooding half and freeze frame on him. Jumping. What can Brown do for you? And then we were having fun being being cops and I realized I think I could first off. I think all that cop dialogues all been written a million times more. I like it when they lay a little pipe. You know just because you're a divorced just because you're blaming yourself for the suicide or your teenage boy just because you're going to retire three weeks just because you got the mayor. The DA the city council up their ass doesn't give you the right to judge me you. Why because I'm a judge who? I'm sorry I didn't see a row. Okay hundred away at align your sorry. It's wow you're holding a gavel and.

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"lou diamond phillips" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

The Adam Carolla Show

05:49 min | 1 year ago

"lou diamond phillips" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

"The phone. The only Jew ever play hockey out of north. Hollywood Jeff Katz. Hey out how you doing man. Hey good to talk to you man. Long time I would just say to sound like a nice human being start. Congratulations on your success. Thank you man and same to you. I think you were Selling exotic breeds of lumber. Last time we spoke we thought remember. I'M IN UTAH. Now that's right. By the way one of the few Jews and UTAH. They imported in special to meet the quota. Yes they know where you are right now is telling the more of the Mormons love me. Jeff I was telling. I think I was telling Dave damage shack that there were two guys grow up a new Dave Sorensen and Jeff Katz and they played hockey. And I've always said I'm going to do this with my son because nobody else could afford any equipment. Hockey's the only sport where you have to buy every stitch of your own equipment and football the issue the pads and stuff like that Jeff. Cads was the best hockey player in San Fernando Valley because nobody else played hockey. No-one right no one ever saw play hockey. And thus defacto. He got to be the greatest hockey player in the valley and he choked that huge bag and no one ever question. His greatness different penalties for Jewish players to too many your foot the until yesterday as part of the reason I called. I want you to know and you're correct everything. Although I did take offense I think it was damaged shack. Who asked her says you know. How did they do because of the hockey thing with the ladies and you said yes. Sorenson great caps not so much that whole jeff houses takeaway do remember distinctly like a Friday night when we're just sitting in my garage bedroom or something doing nothing and you just looked at me and you went. Who'd be attracted to us and I just went. I went nobody Mama Truth and if nothing else when we grew up I mean we were. We were self aware. I mean we understood what we were Jeff. It's true that your dad helped you out with your first lady friend right. Oh Yeah Yeah thirteenth because my bar Mitzvah going on Schwinn hearing a story you're comfortable talking about also what do I care now? Fifty four years old. What other what's going to happen to your. Your Dad also had a pew of yours in his wallet did he. Not Technically it was no my first Shan hair cut. It didn't look very much like pugh but he did carry. That around now is that is that back from like the biblical times leaving Egypt. They grabbed a sh- inhere and stuck it in their purse. What is that between the Lumber Utah and the hockey and the process? This is all so very definitely not a Jew it so he's show undo owned. That's it you know. Just while we're on the subject of Jews I gotta say so. I started listening to that because I'm old and I didn't i. I'm having problems with technology up until six months ago. I couldn't comprehend or understand what podcast what right and then. I have a lot of clients. Customers shops in the woodshop. Become very good friends with here. And they're huge fans they listen to your podcast and I walked in one day. Someone's listening and we started talking. I said no I grew up without and we played football together in North Hollywood high and they thought I was full of it and and I said how do I show me what a podcast is. And it's all been listening for like six months and I really enjoy it and I on twitter. I took a look at everyone. You Know Brian Gina and I have to say although when I first saw it I said. Oh y'all GINA's a very attractive woman but when I found out she was Jewish ratchet up one hundred percent right here Jeff. Jeff and I went to the first concert I ever went to. Which was the cars? We're going to talk. Do I somehow remember. You're somewhere around my room when somebody took that big patent industrial fan through a sack of flour into me was that you well. Yeah because I think I might have. I know it's clean show. They told me but I I WANNA say we. I don't know we urinated herself urinated. Everyone urinated all over my mattress and then they huge a gold medal flour. Put the fan on high through the sack into the fan in a small room. I WANNA I wanNA make a statement. Though I was never my comfort level until adamant I became close and then I met Ray and Chris and we all hung out for a couple of years play football together and they just not in a mean way not but just there was something about that group. That just made someone like me. Step out of my comfort zone in terms of things that are disgusting what I would have never thought into the mall and Country Club and it was the first time I ever saw anyone. Chris put his bud against the jets. Suck it in and then Gortat people. These stories are being do that. We didn't I. Is that something we'd every now and you could do either. This is why you have to understand where I'm coming from when people are like so what happened at the party. He walked up and he started rubbing my thigh. And it's like okay then what I got up and left. I'm like Oh ray fill this ass up with Jacuzzi. Jan Water shot at me. So that's.

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"lou diamond phillips" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

The Adam Carolla Show

04:09 min | 1 year ago

"lou diamond phillips" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

"Boxing movie which cannot compare to Adam. Chromosome movie The fighter well that was a good movie seems about Irish Micky Ward. The thing that was funny about it is the only reason we know who Irish Micky Ward is because he had a trilogy with Gatti and never got to which they never got to which is weird and I would contend. You guys tell me if you can think of another movie where a guy an actor an a-list I'll even I'll I'll put it. I'll go even further a white a-list Hollywood actor was going to play an athlete. A boxer and they told them you gotta shave a few inches off. Those guns big micky ward did not have arms. That big like Mickey Ward was an average build. You know he was He was middleweight. One hundred sixty four pound guy. He's a boxer. Fox's are built like they're not. They're not they're not built like bodybuilders. Literally He Walberg had to shave a few inches off the guns to play predictable. Boxer are extremely rare. I'd say because most guys I know he trained a lot for thing but really his arms were like too big for Micky Ward and you might be the only guy that noticed his weight loss because Christian. Bale is so scrawny in that film as the strongest junkie brother. Who is fantastic in that? I'm going to say everyone loved this thing. Eighty nine percent right next to. This is my favorite movie that year. Ninety percent I said ninety five ninety one ooh Pulp Ryan is setting world on fire. Feeling close game today. Yeah all right next up. Two thousand twelve comedy Mark Wahlberg opposite a talking teddy bear named Ted never never looked this one up. Never thought to look it up. I know everyone loved it but I didn't know what the critics thought about. I didn't know what the critics thought about it last question. That's the last one cool. All right I'm going to go small or go home because I figure there's eight or nine points. Maybe ten points between me and Bald Bryan and I'm going to have to pick something. Invisible is with somebody talking that you know what I've what I've said many times as I think this thing is probably seventy seven if you just asked me but if I go seventy seven ball Brian go seventy eight. I got no chance so I'm going to go sixty six this is this is a great movie for this game because it's a great movie but I think critics didn't like it enough because of this Raunchy and everything but I'm closed here said seventy percent shit. I also think that the critics were very divided on this so I said fifty five to low again. Sixty eight percent too low has never been a problem. It's my new problem. Jesus Bolt Brian has been within three or four points off by ten. But other than that every single one of these motherfuckers and this is going to be the one where it's like ice scored the hat trick but we lost the game. No-now remember I played a pretty damn good game myself so tight game today let's Let's add it up go there. Let's see bald fifteen me twenty. Three ball that fifteen is what three Your average is three off per three points for whatever me I'm at four point seven to those performances we've had in this game under five year. Three forty one tiebreakers rich life now brine Brian One. Okay but let's do it anyway. 'cause I came in second..

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"lou diamond phillips" Discussed on Latino USA

Latino USA

08:02 min | 1 year ago

"lou diamond phillips" Discussed on Latino USA

"Are you to play me in a way that is going to become unforgettable in American movie history. You know what you know. It's interesting. I don't think I've ever told this story so bob picks me up at the airport and come back from Texas right and takes me immediately to the House that Richie bought Connie senior. and we have dinner and I stay the night right at that house. I stayed the night at that house. I slept in one of the bedrooms. I remember praying that night. I prayed. I said Richie here. I am in show me the way you show me. What you want me to do is my constant prayers and actor to have an open heart in an open mind so I needed to be open to that and to be open open to all of the the input and to subjugate my own ego to that role. I felt like he was there with me. I really do so. You're next big hit. I mean these are like iconic films in a time when we were being told that people of Color Latinos that we kind of matter but you know in the film standing delivery kind of encompasses it all all that's a story about High Michigan. He's a high school teacher in east. La some people in this world we will assume that you know less than you do because of your name and your complexion but that is the great equalizer the big story goes that he's teaching Calculus Calculus. AP Calculus in East Los Angeles and his entire class passes the test but of course then there question because how is it possible that bunch of Brown kids could pass the calculus AP test those cars would have been questioned and Mike you not have Spanish surnames surnames and come from schools. You know that you play the rule of Anghel Cushman Angel whose man and again just going back and looking at it boy the outfits were kind of fabulous that you were wearing the head well actually why don't you describe your character of Angel's mind and and how you would kind of get into character what was interesting. I was almost out of money from La Bomba. I got paid scale for that. You know so a total of four or five thousand dollars Wayne in what y'all yeah wait. Oh yeah wait. Wait wait a second. What yeah yeah everybody pay scale it. Was it was a negative pickup. The entire your budget. The movie was six million dollars. It was a kind of a a small independent films exactly you were never able to get any of the residuals well yeah but I mean residuals on a on a on a thousand dollar check. Is You know it's not much even now. It's you know it's like sixteen cents yes or no. I did not get rich off that film but he gave me my career so I am not resentful in the least on us in deliver standing liberals made for a million bucks. That's it so I actually stumbled into that. I mean I was almost out of money. I addition they gave me the role of Angel because see the counselor monkeying and we'll go find yourself another class which is mixed soft. Shusha Marc chagall needed okay chemo. The man you know and the next thing you know here we are making this really gritty really wonderful little low budget film. There's a moment where your character angel walks up to the teacher. I Miss Landon says look. I got a problem and your character angel is like Super Smarting Calculus but he says I got a problem with the books. I've got a a little problem will no seriously books. St meanwhile him around wouldn't want anyone to think you're intelligent. Maybe I can upto books coupon stashed again. He's kind of a Chicano kind of gang banger from east. La How did you get into plane his role role once again. It's just it was an education. It was researched because this is obviously something that I am not now. Danny Vigliotti L. is a technical advisor on this. He's a PA okay and he's not even an actor in it and so they put me together with him because he is a former gang who got out of the gangs angel was his his life. That's right I thought you and so I wrote around with him for a couple of weeks and he would take me places uses and show me things and show me where friends of his shot talk about you know the some of the crimes that he did when he was a teenager so once again getting this very rivera quick education and honestly both films both films Love Santa Deliver. We had no idea that they're going to have the impact that they did zero so let me ask you why you know given that you again your own. Ethnic experience or background wasn't one of being Latino Dino or Mexican talked me a little bit more about that and why you were like no absolutely says Chavez icy myself in you and absolutely Louise Louise by this. I see myself in you. What was that thing that made you say. This is what I need to be doing. It's interesting because I never tried to co-opt just wanted to be a soldier and it was that you know hey lou you re representing the Latino community. Here's how you give back and and I was like absolutely. Tell me where to go. Tell me where to show up and that's what led me to meeting Cesar during that fast that he was doing and then you know I do stand in the liver and once again then here I am introduced to a subculture of Mexican American life that I knew nothing about and that's you know that this was an education for me I never took the privilege of representing community for granted because I am such a mixed bag you know an American mutt that physically and facially I'm able to represent different communities. It's it's always been important to me to do that with respect and to do that with intelligence now you take these roles stereotypical roles and you do something that is respectful and that brings pride and it has a nobility ended integrity to it and the way to do that is to be specific and to not just play this surface to understand the roots of what you're getting at. It's certainly theater training but is the conversations with Lewisville. Does that sort of galvanized nice that approach in my mind Lou Diamond Phillips. I'm just going to say what it was out of you whether what. La Lou Diamond Phillips thank you so much for joining me on the USA. It's been great speaking with you. The Big Maria Lou Diamond Phillips is an actor the two iconic macchiato films that he started Lamma and stand in deliver recently celebrated their thirtieth anniversaries in this episode was produced by Genesee MOCHA and edited by Soviet police a cop the Latino. You're eighteen includes financier. Camarena Neil messiahs and Dona said a Hilo Maggie and Lisa Scott with help this week from Geneva Owen and my Aquilla our engineers are Stephanie Lebow and Julia Caruso Our our production manager is not even our digital team includes who you're regardless relax and Amanda Contract Our New York Women's foundation ignite fellow is phonetically the EGAS. Our intern is other..

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Sante Kimes: Mother, Murderer, and Criminal Mastermind

My Favorite Murder with Karen Kilgariff and Georgia Hardstark

10:21 min | 1 year ago

Sante Kimes: Mother, Murderer, and Criminal Mastermind

"Is is the story of the original helicopter mother sean take times and her son kenny holy shit i'm about to tell you a story that i got an jay did the research urge for me i got sources from vanity fair article from two thousand by a writer named susanna andrews called sean times mother murderer and criminal masterminds as well as wikipedia murder pedia and sean taes LA times obituary i also last night watched this made for TV movie like mother like son the a strange story of sean kennedy times it's on youtube it's so good at starring mary tyler moore sean times she's amazing she play they like the quintessential like this is the type of person we're talking about like the quintessential mary tyler moore she like out of the box she's out of the box this is not the mary the MTA AMU thought you know she's a she's a schemer and con artist and a weirdly sexual with everybody and it's very uncomfortable to watch our hero mary tyler moore be the key such a villain expressed jean stapleton is in it who if you if you aren't familiar is a great actress she was is it all in the family i stephen yes that's how she's very well know but she is a an amazing actress when you when you see her in another part you're like oh my god she's so good very different and then and gabriel olds plays kenny times and i think he is from a soap opera but he is great so anyway and that made for TV movie was based on the book the mother the sun and the socialite socialite by adrian hill so there's lots of things if the story interests you get down and dirty details in lots of ways so let me let me get into it we will start with a woman irene silverman so irene she's a retired ballerina she was in the new york city ballet accompany member but she was also an elite socialite and she lived with her husband multimillionaire mortgage broker sam silverman in an extravagant seven million dollar townhouse on east sixty fifth street in manhattan seven million seven million in the seventies oh my god yeah and so so she is an extrovert she throws parties all the time she's she's a true social fun yeah right having money she's always entertaining guests has tons of friends canopies everywhere pays can pay an canopy it's even that can the pay can i pay existence so when her husband sam passes away in one thousand nine hundred eighty irene decides that she's going to take their humongous townhouse and and turn it into like an apartment building into basically luxury apartments so on average the rents of these individual apartments go for about six thousand dollars hours a month which in today's money would be seventeen thousand five hundred dollars or an apartment for an apartment in on east sixty sixty fifth street manhattan all right write nana's so her tenants are very impressive and include such luminaries luminaries as the marquis and marchioness of northampton you know i'm reading a phonetic spelling of both of those martian of north hampton danton marcia marcia s north hampton not a martian take me to your leader day-lewis and chaka khan i would together together we don't start gossip but yes they were deeply in love with those with that cast list i'd i pay up to eighteen thousand dollars a month to live there he managed to get a camera installed so i can watch your go downstairs to get your mail and their chaka khan like hey girl what's up you know like thank you wanna go out partying let's party so okay we're going to skip ahead about twenty years after she's established he's beautiful luxury apartments now irene is eighty two years sold on june fourteenth nineteen ninety eight a young businessman from palm beach named manny garren arrives at irene's home asking if he can rent one of his apartments he is traditionally good looking like lou diamond phillips special something you know everybody has different tastes we talk talk about people being good looking at beautiful time but who knows what people like you don't get a fucking say in it that's right traditionally good-looking means if someone drew a picture that's what a good looking person look like right look hugh grant traditionally good luck traditionally good-looking right but there's lots of people who are good looking dapper eh anyhow self esteem he's good looking traditionally well-spoken very friendly very charming i'm very smooth he tells iran he was referred by a mutual friend she recognizes the name oh you know it's all great or the marchioness from it's a yeah it's the marchioness us or the marquess unfortunately manny doesn't have any ID on him can't remember his social security number and the only he doesn't have any other references but he promises he's going to get them to irene the next day and then he gives her six grand in cash for his first month's rent so ordinarily irene there's actually very careful about stuff like this but because they have mutual friend and because he's paying in cash and probably because he's traditionally good-looking incredibly charming she allows him to move in the day of day of fact that okay everyone will and also well ninety eight early days of the internet yeah that's ten and eighty two year old woman wouldn't real absolutely it was all there at our fingertips okay so over the course of the next three weeks manny goes from being a charming suave a businessman type to a creepy weirdo he never turns over the proper ID or references he will not allow irene's maids into the unit to clean which goes along with your six thousand dollar rent ready yeah kind of like hotel he always hides his face from the security camera in irene's lobby show very acorn shell and he always has strange guests in his apartment and including an older woman who seems to be there all the time john chaka khan shocker gone she would shock would never go down she knows creeps when she sees him right now in the mary tyler moore movie that i watched watched she tells when the maid comes she tells her that she is manny's assistant and is very rude to the man so she doesn't make any friends so so basically after the first week irene decide she's gonna ask manny to leave she's like you had your you had your month enough of this he flatly refuses flabby creepy can you imagine that traditionally handsome i am flatly refusing something then you're just like well i guess this is the new reality yeah because the the hawk doesn't want to right well here's what irene does 'cause she didn't take any shit she cuts off his phone line thinking that's going to get him out of there and she begins eviction shen proceedings so she's immediately kicking yourself for being nice yeah which is what happened always a mistake so on the evening of saturday july fourth nineteen ninety eight i arena has friends over 'cause it's fourth of july and they also have noticed manny's strange behavior she irene explains the whole situation and her friends are very concerned and they say you know like do you need help what he wants to do she says that she can handle it they know she's tough as his nails so you know everybody feels okay about it the next morning july fifth nineteen ninety eight irene asks one of her maids if she would run some errands for her and when the made gets back from running those errands she can't find irena anywhere in the house from the made immediately contact irene's business manager who then decides to contact like the police and when the police searched the home they don't find any signs of disturbance there's no blood inside the struggled indicate that there was violence or or an incident of any kind so they start questioning irene's friends and the tenants but manny garin is nowhere to be found and when they run a name check on on that one new mysterious tenant the name manny garin is fake so suddenly the mystery tenant is now possible suspect in iran's disappearance it just so happens that on that same night july fifth a mother and son by the name of sean taylor and kenneth times are arrested in front of the manhattan hilton holton for stealing a lincoln towncar from a dealership in cedar city utah wow yes they finally tracked them down and they get arrested so when a detective who was on the scene for the silverman case sees the story of the crimes arrest on the news he sees kenneth and says that looks looks exactly like the description of manny garin and handsome hey that guy's traditionally handsome in a way that bores me but that but then i also immediately immediately trust for reasons i can't explain so he puts it together that they are one in the same person so on july seventh nineteen ninety eight the NYPD have shontayne kenneth times properly identified and in custody and that's when they discovered that the mother and son are being tracked by the FBI as suspects for a slew of crimes across across the nation including arson fraud and murder okay so now we'll go back we'll talk a little bit about sean times she was born sandra louise sing in oklahoma city on july twenty fourth nineteen thirty four she grows up in nevada with her parents mary van horn and mahendra promising and there's almost nothing known about her childhood factually they believe that her birth certificate was forged forged so her exact origins and even date of birth are they're not sure creepy about it and the funny thing is is mary tyler moore playing sean take himes all she talks about how much she hates getting older and aging it's it's pretty funny so it would make sense that the first thing she does erase her birth sir

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Missing CDC worker Timothy Cunningham drowned, no sign of foul play, police say

Tim Conway Jr

02:03 min | 3 years ago

Missing CDC worker Timothy Cunningham drowned, no sign of foul play, police say

"On kfi what's up a magnitude five point three quake is hit off the coast of ventura county caltech seismologist jon andrews says it was the strongest quake on record near the channel islands we've had a few the full historic lena but nothing particularly huge andrew says experts are trying to figure out which fault caused the quake so far no reports of injuries or damage the airport commission has approved they nearly five billion dollar contract for an automated people mover that will carry passengers around lax the deal calls for companies to build and maintain the system that'll carry driverless electric trains between terminals for more than eighty five million passengers year the commission says if la's city council officially approves the thirty year contract construction should be completed by twenty twenty two a body found by fishermen into the land has been identified as that of a cdc employee missing for nearly two months the body was discovered late tuesday body was positively i d today by dental records as mr timothy cunningham forensic pathologist dr jan gorniak says there were no signs of foul play play a preliminary caused the death is drowning but she says the investigation is not done cunningham was last seen february twelfth when he left were complaining about feeling sick his family said at the time they were concerned about his state of mind hawaii's governor has signed a bill legalizing medically assisted suicide for terminally ill people hawaii's the six state to allow such a practice washington dc does as well an actor lou diamond phillips you've heard tim talking about it's been banned from drinking alcohol for two years after pleading guilty to driving while intoxicated in texas phillips was also sentenced to two years probation yesterday during a quarter appearance near corpus christi chris christie where he grew up phillips was arrested in november for suspicion of drunk driving when he stopped to ask a police officer for directions traffic from the helpful socal honda traffic center problems in hollywood it's a slow drive heading southbound on the winter went away from santa monica boulevard heading into downtown los angeles and you're also slow in mid city ten eastbound robertson to the one ten.

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Mary Fallon, Lou Diamond Phillips and Texas discussed on Mike Gallagher

Mike Gallagher

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Mary Fallon, Lou Diamond Phillips and Texas discussed on Mike Gallagher

"Hundreds of thousands of students remain shut down amid teacher calls for more student funding and bigger paychecks we're not asking to match the governor mary fallon last week increased funding and gave six thousand dollar raises on average out there is some appreciation that a lot has been done is there more to do walkout goes jeff monosso fox news the actor lou diamond phillips has banned from drinking alcohol for two years by a judge in texas after helps pled guilty to driving while intoxicated he also gets two years probation and has to finish the dwi education program was arrested in november by a police officer he'd stopped to ask directions i'm chris foster fox news.

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