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"mae whitman" Discussed on Armchair Expert with Dax Shepard

Armchair Expert with Dax Shepard

05:38 min | 2 years ago

"mae whitman" Discussed on Armchair Expert with Dax Shepard

"Caribbean islands i am wearing them right now look very kirby and to me right now you say care ban when i say you're looking caribbean because i would never say you're looking caribbean that at all when you would say we took a vacation down to the caribbean but i would not say that you look ribian oh i in the opposite you are yeah i would say we went to the caribbean well i'm going to answer this riddle being islands care ban is at let's let's reference william ocean aka billy ocean when he said coverup including now no soon dream idea like no more on run so he says carribean queen yeah as adjective yes so i guess i'll do yeah and caribbean is the place gruber and queen you where them jeans reman queens we understand you're going back and forth on what you're saying i know i definitely negated myself when i brought the pro william ocean and sing so you're happy okay oh but also it's a game in which the object is to find parking clam digging yeah oh really i don't know the rules new york thing or something right unique for new york thing unique me i in new york new york i'm really the braggart stop myself third i'm really good at your ethics are on point integrity the third one you can on the good things you're confident woman it's part of your attractiveness in your caribbean nece caribbean cling that's on what suck if it was caribbean queen is current notes cara goes cairo boone queen sounds crazy 'cause i'm a bad singer but imagine william ocean singing it then almajed him going groupie and clean i think it fact check your facts factor in queens carribean queen now we're both wearing dem jeans that's not vodafone we're having the same dream in dream and queen not not an exact rhyme not an example exact rhyme an m and still success yet stiller successful bite of that ably successful okay the quote floor to ceiling or drove that muslim women wear que they wear three there's three different garments garments thank you yes job that the head that's the headpiece it's often refer to as gallic the head the head scarf and the nick bob niqab nick quad cab or niqab okay qualm or macabre is available gonna compliment someone's nick qutb or nicole maybe figure out what the word is before you compliment okay that's long suggest correctly i should have done that i'm sorry no what are you gonna figure that i can do it i can do it on interview someone in a now you to patio pronounce oh i do that all the time well you do today interesting life you have when you when you when you leave my sight an item out curious what you're doing i now know that you're learning on pronouncing son you to feel less bad about how much you work now i think i might be rescuing you able you're gonna do it yet probably gonna get me cobb only cobb carb now we know this that well those real time fact check y'all bom the nikkei dub does set i think you pronounce it me goal oh that's recall cool okay it's a veil for the face that leaves the area around the is clear k and the burqa is the most concealing it's a one piece veil that covers the face and body and often just leaves a mesh screen to see through and they have that on sex in the city they have the thing that you were talking about when you said they wear like chanel and stuff under there close sex in the city too yeah the movie they go and that's that's a pop point i would say small plot point but pertinent but knob but mighty plot point and you tell you something that sex in this city carries apartment in that i dreamt about having an apartment that looked like that really that was oh my god that's what's on your vision board yeah in early on i actually literally think that picture was on an actual vision moments great and when you imagine that you're living there are you having a ton of sex and drinking cosmopolitan city are you doing all those things is that part.

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"mae whitman" Discussed on Armchair Expert with Dax Shepard

Armchair Expert with Dax Shepard

05:15 min | 2 years ago

"mae whitman" Discussed on Armchair Expert with Dax Shepard

"The podcasts in you know in kiss people don't know who amy hanson is amy hansen is our dear friend and wife to our other dear dear dear friend ryan hansen film and television store ryan hansen star of ryan hansen saw times on television anyway there are buddies and they're twenty six minutes ago amy just gave me highlight soon yeah just came from her coal her warm embrace she's very attractive to she's an incredible mom she so generous with our time great personality or more could you want i agree may said she was bullied in us if they dumped pig's blood on our head that's a reference from kerry the horror film carrie right not just a weird sexual fantasy of mine right i just wanna be clear because it could go either way he could thinks clearing slow with you okay in your like middle school transformation high school middle school you said your brother gave you a side spike pay search that's a haircut it's not like a weird penis thing do you think anyone interpreted as a week that my own brother gave me a penis basically it was like you part your hair on the side and then at at the part you you cut it shorter and spiked and you also shave the sides right you're the sides were shaved on the number two setting wow yeah that's a steph echo okay you asked if kulaks were pants or shoes their pants i'm i'm basically wearing them right now not really kinda but the modern english use of the word coup lots describes a split skirt or any garment which hangs like a skirt but his actually pants oh yeah okay i don't love that i don't know if i see his skirt i'm excited and then when i see that it's pants i'm less excited really am and i guess that's just my pervious pervy m i'm sorry attracted to women and men the shape i mean i'm not trying to demand alarm all the way but i'm very attracted to their shape when i see a skirt i think hey maybe the window blow who knows could be like seeing a ferrari drive by in the middle of nowhere is why we have to have them because people like you wandering around with your is just wide open waiting for the wind to blow big cat on the savannah always looking for impala okay but during the victorian era long split skirts were developed for horseback riding so that women could sit astride a horse with the men's saddle rather than riding sidesaddle could ship exactly yeah you know the women still ride sidesaddle in bangkok on those motor motor scooters mopeds are they wearing is because they don't have cool out there yet i guess the kulaks haven't made it that far east button they do ride sites in the men are just riding the shit out of those things are up on sidewalks or in the curbs is is one of the more exciting things you can witness very kil what's interesting is well that's great that's great brahma dome led this came up i guess it prioritize my love her motor sports is actually higher for my love of a skirt blownup because when i've witnessed that my priority is seen if they're gonna crash jumping off a curb and i'm not even thinking about the up the possibility of the skirt being blown up okay so you're saying your little less pervy than we thought a few minutes ago maybe equally is purvie but even more obsessed with motorcycles i think maybe this is more telling of my motorsports obsession than it was my lack of perversion right having that still very high okay so you use the term clam digger and according to urban dictionary was not the mole is going to be sexual announce not baggy pants and is that right i think of clam diggers floods and you calm clamdiggers because when you go dig for clams you roll up your pants up to your shin and then you wait out into the water and you don't get your pants wet the pants yet the pant is a eupol them clamdiggers because they're high up all right but they're baggy but they end they end at the calf you're wearing clam dick as much as you wanna call him clue in kula alone kindness let people in on the bike the pavlovian response i get to clam digging oh to that that's that's thrived through throat lozenge coming out of the package nicotine okay baggy pants ending at the calf that give a feeling of the.

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"mae whitman" Discussed on Armchair Expert with Dax Shepard

Armchair Expert with Dax Shepard

04:54 min | 2 years ago

"mae whitman" Discussed on Armchair Expert with Dax Shepard

"Great is only doing it about thirty percent justice at best at best it's one of the performance of the century okay hit me with some facts eighty so you have referred to this hotel the woodpile oh sure sure pay in this episode and eric is at pacific okay keep calling it the woodpile the name no it's the would fin hotel and casino no it's just the would fin hotel but guess what it's not the woodson hotel anymore it's not it's gone through a name chain hyatt house emoryville hyatt house has taken over good for them they're goblin up all the wood piles around town couple of people are upset about it on the interweb hey we'll speak favorably about high when you like some kind of card like if they gave us an armchair car it was like go bananas go to any high in the world but even be willing to perform like if we had talked to the concierge as experts for five minutes to pay for us stay like like labor trait yes i guess is very in titled this what you don't know how i have principals oh okay okay i would refer to it as principals you're very principled do you think i am yeah absolutely lots of integrity in fact our good friend jess who sings the pippi long trump's off you often have ethical debates that i over here yeah that he's a little lucy many principal that's okay people like him to make this country them because he is song he's got that song when you got that song it's like having a black amex card threat okay the term rosebud is mentioned in cain that's what i was gonna saum sorry just kills okay it's from citizen kane can i just i just wanna balki through exactly what happened in my head i no way was trying to steal your thunder okay i was i was thinking out loud is she referring to rosebud the the will now i don't wanna say that either but from citizen kane just make sure i was on the same page with you it was it was it was an attempt to connect with you that's okay okay e you will cause you had said from willy wonka and the chocolate factory i can't imagine i said okay okay just going to say i do know that rosebud not from well won't the chocolate there's never said an episode what is from that's from citizen kane for people who don't know but most people do know but i just wanted to be clear and if you don't know you're not stupid no you're still very bright but everyone should see that movie it's always ranked number one or two in the filing and all these other lists it's fantastic i saw thanks i think it's brilliant i saw a nitro print at ucla in a film class in it was overwhelming i don't think it's better than casa blanca which is usually number two i think is better than citizen kane i think a lot of these movies are evaluated in context of like how how much how many barriers they broke e f course yeah yeah that's true as on my fav with but the protagonist of of citizen kane he says rosebud quite often in the movie and you don't know what it is we're not gonna tell you but if you watch you'll find out e said your boss year mutual boss was ron howard and that's just because he produced parenthood wanting to be clear about that you didn't like you know he didn't like deer taxes or no you didn't order us to clean our rooms or washes tires or anything correct very nice guy he visited twice i think it was lovely both times he seems really nice kind kind guy and cool very kill kill kill that i will you too what is the keel down hewliss kill no ron he's he's a keel dad he had one of those names where you'd you'd never ever he's always ron howard and just even say the name ron in referenced him feels peculiar his name is probably ronald yeah my buddy ronald howard you know ron ronnie ron john ants weird who else has the name like that oh there's all kinds of like mike jackson jordan the name is this michael daniel lewis dan lewis daniel dan dan lou i like to call the newly lewis daham lewis you guys see that new dan lewis movie i mean he becomes these people it's crazy okay amy hanson comes up on.

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"mae whitman" Discussed on Armchair Expert with Dax Shepard

Armchair Expert with Dax Shepard

04:30 min | 2 years ago

"mae whitman" Discussed on Armchair Expert with Dax Shepard

"Ever this mix of panic and excitement of knows she would've said i'm not going time on your own you'll break well whoever ends up naby new in wedding un procreating with you is so lucky and he he's got a come ask me formerly gum you're gonna have the tony let me walk you down the aisle opposite khalil takes what if you're on one arm antonis on the other i can't imagine he and i would be sobbing messing you guys can hold hands as you walk after you drop me off just hold each other hope each other can i tell you something about yourself you have a real affinity for dads of women like really what's your dad is you know what it is with you to listen i don't i don't have that with everybody i think you both are such exceptional women i love talking to you both so much and i just think your dad had to play a huge role in that like i'm really proud of both of your dad's helping create the to like crazy firecracker funds smart intelligence provocative strong opinionated sweating also can't you know what it is to i can't help but imagining what it would be like to be either of your dad's i'd be so happy now if either of my girls grow up to be growed up to be like you to i would just be a mess i may so proud to have either ready because they're going to be awesome but also be able to be capable of like being marshall rcn's yes martial arts and i'm sure they will knowing you and driving wheel to ride wheelies i do pretty good in cars that was we went we went to a race track out that as if it was like a lifelong career that i live like i'm like yeah used to race cars couple hours fucking crazy halted that come about and we went and stayed at like the soyinke hotel valley and we audis was the sickest shit i've ever member than i do remember i was literally like putting on my blinker to change lanes and i was driving like a cool seventy i was like looking in the rear view like checking the driver was actually like you're going to have to go this is a point for you to go faster you have to drive fast like i actually was like really and then i got in your car member and i kicked my ass took you don't you really speed yeah got out i was stumbling i love you thank you for finally not just making me happy but making all the armchairs helpful armchair people of the world because i feel very lucky to be here and you are the number one armchair expert you really used to give it to us good all the the advice used to just huck in from low and i remember hanging i like in the beginning it really would fly out and i remember being like damn like dax's really fucking serving it up and then i remember one of the first times i came over and hung out with you and kristen and kristen just didn't not take it chris tax shut up you know what you're talking about nobody's asking for your pin and i was like i was like so turned on by i was like i am with chris confused levied comeback and see again learning my favorite part of the show check with i bring you with a song share please fill on some hangwringing homes creek people talking himbal in bombay poem our friend just rolling as the most incredible he was he grew up in sweden any knows how to sing pippi longstocking on stocking dogging but in swedish it's long from with a p at the anna hard well he sings this on guys it's my favorite song of ever heard of human sing i want to hear at least three or four times a week and all this to say we're gonna make them come coming here and sing pippi rung striking yeah or a post video of him doing it yes when he goes hunted a haze on a home pope but a hindi to homeboy ho need his be him do it and stuff really.

"mae whitman" Discussed on Armchair Expert with Dax Shepard

Armchair Expert with Dax Shepard

04:12 min | 2 years ago

"mae whitman" Discussed on Armchair Expert with Dax Shepard

"This curious motherfucker started talking to me and i'm like oh my god he's such a better match for her than i am i think i'm more in love with this guy going on yeah he over delivered i was like yeah digress still angry i think you're right that that does happen off and you know again i think it's it is separate lanes like i love to hang out with her and i'm so like i genuinely thinks she's she's so nice and so kind and really cool every time i've hung out with her and she's very like inclusive show is like if i'm in town or something she'll invite me it's very very nice but also i just literally her big i think she musically so and you know i actually did get the chance to talk to her about it at the dinner that i met her out which was cool it wasn't like scary that i knew her i was like i can't hide this i can't be like sorry what was your name again like i can't and i sort of just was like she was talking about her new album or some element of it and i was like you know i just wanna say i think it's really cool that you i've been a fan of yours for a long time and i've grown up and had my musical taste of change so much but i find that you're really able to you know keep all your retainer fans and grow and different and evolve but also bring on new fans like that's it's an amazing thing you know and it was like totally normal and she was told she was like thanks in buffalo on this kind of talked about production values cool shit that i was curious about so that was a big relief that you know she was that cool and but i do this thing she is excellent i think her news is really great dancer and i really implore everyone to go into my instagram and in do a deep dive in that i g like flexible i can't imagine like you're you're you look like you're on molly coachella and you're in your trailer it smells like all the fucking takeout boxes of food you had there in your dog kenny chesney i mean what a what a scene but you'd never know that by seeing your on a tap dancing is the last time danced okay we'll before i let you go whitman love of my life this in monica can attest to this so we have a lot of wonderful people that listen to this podcast and they always are are vocal about who they want to be on and hands down i mean by like a factor of tan your thus single requested guests it will reduce tomorrow morning guitar car car car but is so nice leave the most i know why because everyone knows that you guys love each other so excited to people really really like do you like your new show love my new show so fun first of all to be back on nbc i know it sounds like i'm like reading universal we filmed in we did the pilot at universal and then we actually filmed in atlanta okay i love atlanta i it was hard not wanna relocate that's the thing that is really fucking hard joey locating for six months of your life i'd sort of was like had the same i was like i can do this go on tour having a good and i was like i am still trying to like reintegrate back into normal life so i came back twice hey baby what the didn't even iced i literally like joe this has been the first week that i've been home where i've actually like been able to go out and do stuff like that after that i went to new york and we had to do press for a long time like you're just so all over but i mean thank god i'm doing it with like the coolest women and matt lillard obviously but all the coolest cast and christina hendricks reta who i fucking christina hendricks person is even more stunning over delivers she's the most beautiful i've always been like she is so beautiful and i remember i met her once in an elevator at a hotel and in new york and she we had done a tinkerbell movie together but we never met because my voice of tinker bell by the way she don't know danced i am the way so tigger vo and she she was in in one and she kinda was like hey.

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"mae whitman" Discussed on Armchair Expert with Dax Shepard

Armchair Expert with Dax Shepard

03:56 min | 2 years ago

"mae whitman" Discussed on Armchair Expert with Dax Shepard

"Standing on a honda yeah ribs and rose six yeah unbelievable song they're all i'm telling you girl can do it can do it she's just a great songwriter she really seen her in concert well a lot i dare rivaled to see now got i've seen her i went to a went twice for her last album nights in a row if you become friends with her i actually have i mean i don't see her every day but we definitely i've we have say also jack antonoff rachel's brother writes a lot of her stuff albums and said this last album he did he wrote in like her on and produced a lot of the stuff and everything and he's like my brother obviously so we've definitely had were sort of running in similar circles at some point so i hung out with her and she's excellent and amazing and very cool and did your love for her procedure introduction like did she know you're obsessed you're very about now talked about it probably must have gotten a bad vibe from me time i mean i was i do remember that like the when i thought i was going to meet her for the first time i was like what the fuck do i wear i truly was like should i be like should i bought out just off the cool off like i truly was like how do i and then of course once i just relax she was like the most normal we've talked about like fettuccini is the most normal calm situation ever i was like i need to just chill the fuck you find because there are people that i'm obsessed with that publicly right and i love them from their stuff like brad pitt like i can't stop talking about him i just think about them on time i want them to take shirt off in every sienese in like all these things and so there's a handful of people that i felt that way about and then have come to know them in real life and of course they're almost never are they the person i have in my mind and then but but then i decided to keep it separate so i still have they still have some of these people i hold in my head two different versions of that and i love i still love the movies version that's cool to do i think it's it's good to do that i mean i in general it's generally disappointing right because they a mythical figure in your on the pedestal it's like a classic thing too much yes it's like told monika the story i used to watch party of five and i was in physical pain when neve campbell would have seats like it was it was soul crushing how in love i was with her the fact that i'm sitting in fucking dumdum michigan while she's out in california what am i doing there we're clearly meant to be together and it was it was heavy on my soul and then i finally met her i was in nate tux movie that he produced she was in it and i like matter the craft service line in the morning for breakfast and i had been drinking all night i was an extra in the scene and i thought that was really cool then just monitor the store the other day and like i kinda mosey to the craft service line like try to strike up some small talk and she was like hi what are you gonna have for breakfast and i was like oh i think i'm going to drink my breakfast which i thought was so funny might me and my colleague friends that was funny and the look on her face was like oh cool you're going to drink you're such a lead balloon i might as well just pulled them my pants and farted improv are and then stared at our and waved it clinton have gone a word it was so embarrassing but in my mind girl that i was in love with from tv love that line this renegade he's an actor but he's also an outlaw renegade i just got up like i have a job to do and that's the first met matt matthew lillard because they were dating at the time and he came to visit her on set and.

"mae whitman" Discussed on Armchair Expert with Dax Shepard

Armchair Expert with Dax Shepard

03:36 min | 2 years ago

"mae whitman" Discussed on Armchair Expert with Dax Shepard

"And argue about this like i don't dig musical theater singers because they go to college and they learn how to like every other musical teacher and by the way i'm probably wrong about that statement but that is how i feel about it whereas like you i go this gale just opened up mouth and that's what came out and tried to make it anything else and you play the guitar really well it's weird though it's like the most vulnerable thing ever like i could i could do any acting situation in any place it's the most vulnerable for me it's the thing that i like for some reason i remember when i did that scene where in the open mic night i was like and it was so stressful because it was like my braverman family was sitting right in front of me then my whole crew family who had known for all these years was watching and then my like actual family and friends came and sat in the back and watched and i was truly like following he's listening i actually my boyfriend at the time landon pigg we love piggy piggy on bushel singer amazing musician he actually wrote it for me which was so cool to to have somebody that wants cadence kinda found out that i could play guitar and saying he was like oh let's bring this into it but it was great with land and he wrote a couple of songs the show cool popular songs that were definitely coffee house released are still women i really falling in love it a coffee shop possibly maybe him falling for you little out of my range and so yes so he wrote it which was very cool and i was happy to have that resource did you do in in a play what play so i did a play called the mystery of love and sex by basha duran that opened in one limb or new york i can't remember and then i did it at the taper peer marceca forum at nine hundred people this is probably like week probably like twenty minutes ago notice about like i wanna say three years ago post parenthood post parenthood yeah went full nude on onstage every night every ninety single night eight shows a week lease explain that was actually really beautiful and you know again i haven't done any nudity on film or anything like that so that was the was an interesting thing but the thing that i really loved i was never i've never actively been against it it just sort of like everything in my career again it's if it makes sense to my heart in it makes sense than i can do it it's just sort of never felt important i i so but this this script i really loved and it sort of about these these it's a family and also the daughter and her best friend and how they're basically their sexualities form over the years and expectations and all these things in sort of sheet there's a scene where they are in college and they've been best friends for forever and she's always there so intimate already and she's she basically begs him to have sex with her she begs since she's like begging him to love her she's like it makes perfect sense i mean we're basically in love why won't you just do it immobile and she's trying to convince him and they've they're drunk and all this stuff and she has this like really vulnerable moment where she just rip off all her clothes and begging him with tears in her eyes and like you know to have sex with her and be in love with her and he won't do it and it's like kind of forms her whole thing of shame and pain and everything else so it's it kind of it format restaurant her yeah and it's eh again it didn't feel it's obviously i was.

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"mae whitman" Discussed on Armchair Expert with Dax Shepard

Armchair Expert with Dax Shepard

03:43 min | 2 years ago

"mae whitman" Discussed on Armchair Expert with Dax Shepard

"Like your personal life and health and love does come first and and it has to when you're i mean at least for me the kind of person i am you know i'm sensitive and it takes me a lot of time to process things that i need energy goes out very quickly and it's hard to sort of build back up so it is for example when i was i remember when i was in school there was some big movie eighth grade that they were offering me but my school was going on a field trip to washington dc and i was like what i don't wanna miss it and that's what i wanna do and they were like great yeah so do that so it was like that was always encouraged not letting anything it's hard to cause this industry especially if you leave for five minutes you're gone and it feels like the only thing in the world like it's the sort of tone is always like yeah well i don't care if it's your grandma's funeral you got an audition in brentwood at four there's just sort of this tone of like obviously that shit doesn't matter and this should come first and i think having a nice like deeply ingrained family feeling in their of like that's actually not the way i operate and that's okay i can you know do my thing it's it's like you're saying it does help me become a balanced person and definitely have more to give and more to relate and put behind my informants why are you so attracted to music sheen's dated about twenty five of talking about okay to comment i feel hurts i feel when the car decor deserve that's what the kingston goes kinda cute pharma yeah started saying it so much that now i don't even know what's called a good tar when you see a good tar kids cert like fluffing up your hair put perfume on while your food no more what do you what do you like what do you think you've always been attracted to them is that something like that you will clearly love it and you do is like do you have a fantasy that maybe you should have or could have gone and on music yeah i mean i think if i wasn't if i hadn't been an actor i probably would be late report grainger that's on the table i think i definitely would have probably been like all over the place with like full sleeves of tattoos and like hair all over i mean i love to rock out i love you know when i was a teenager i was like listening to like weird like hard core stressful ema like i was all over the map but i definitely music as like for acting as as a it's me it's everything that i am it's like in every particle of me but their music is like a big like passion active passion of mine that's what i get excited about and i love singing and playing music bell and i both we've been brought to tears when you guys can you come over these assholes over and just seeing in the living sitting on the mantle fireplace in plan some tunes it's a little over i liked it so much that i got self conscious that like oh kristen's of professional singer and i'm like openly weeping over may saying the most beautiful thing i've ever heard and actually i was so into it that i i had the moment rose like hey checking with your wife let her know you think she's a damn good singer between you and your much better singer the whole tell the frozen people please my god i felt so fucking selfconscious singing in front of her i was like she's like the best thing i've ever heard here being like you can sing and that the quality that you have that makes you good singers exacts in quality makes good actor which is you are your own brand on using you don't sound like anyone else to me you you're not trying to sound like one of my one of my you know bell.

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"mae whitman" Discussed on Armchair Expert with Dax Shepard

Armchair Expert with Dax Shepard

03:53 min | 2 years ago

"mae whitman" Discussed on Armchair Expert with Dax Shepard

"End he was such a genius at this is another reason why my perspective was great as he really incorporated a lot of games and sort of metaphorical things without them knowing that their metaphorical saw there was a lot of like he would play catch with me and talk about now see about the ball and how you gotta keep your eye on it and when you catch it you know you always make sure you look at the other person before you throw the thing so it's like the moment you know you got it you would always make sure the person is paying attention and that you really receive what they say i before you throw it back like lots of stuff that was really helpful for me as little kid but i don't shit your pants on your has house your number one don't always all about but i think you know for me he's always called me his his many judi dench which i really love which is like the longevity and the kind of again the chameleon of it off just being able to do a bunch of stuff and i think that's always been my dream is to play weird imperfect you know crazy people all over the map of course sandra bullock i always have adored and looked up to and again i just i just wanna be doing this for edberg one of the things that you do that's great yeah you we touch on it like i don't know three hours ago but you know one of the things i've always been happy for you about is that you it's very easy if you've you're you're in the pursuit of this career to make your entire life because you're constantly fighting for job and you've got to get this and you gotta get you and i don't know how you are so well adjusted healthy to done this you've made a ton of time for real life ever since i've known you you've dated dudes that lived in different states and you win spent a lot of time there you you have this crazy passion for music so you spent a good deal at time either surrounding yourself with musicians or writing and singing your own stuff and what i think is great about that is does my own personal taste no disrespect anyone there are there are many actors that i don't enjoy watching because i honestly don't think they've ever been anything but an actor you know there's a couple of very academy award winning female actresses i can think about top of my head that i'm like i don't think you've done anything but i in your entire life i just don't really buy and then occasionally guy like russell crowe albeit maybe not the greatest gotta share hotel room with when he is from personal experience no didn't knock someone in the head with a phone big aggress yeah but when he came on screen the first time i saw him and i guess that that movie mulholland what was it ater no not glad that follow that pants on but anyways i it's it's in hollywood in the thirties or whatever and he's kind of a private and he's a cop anyways he shows up to this call because guys beaten his wife la confident la comments thank you so much and he walks up to the porch and he looks at the gun and goes when's the last time you dance with the man and i was like oh this mother knock you down says not do he didn't get like stage fighting training totally and i was like oh this is a real man whose tangled drunk customer like there's just something that's palpable then i can feel so i think you have that and i think you're you're living this very colorful kind of bohemian life and it's kind of like percolate percolates up bourbons up in when i watch you perform i go this girl with a whole bunch of interest in or yeah you're right that that is something and again that was something my parents always really helped me with was the perspective that your again for better for worse because i'm sure i'd probably be more maybe having a really strong drive brings you more work or bigger work i don't know but to me they really were always.

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"mae whitman" Discussed on Armchair Expert with Dax Shepard

Armchair Expert with Dax Shepard

03:42 min | 2 years ago

"mae whitman" Discussed on Armchair Expert with Dax Shepard

"Like a whole different world and you know again i was i didn't have the perspective to ensure it helped with the bullying and again i had like my parents who i could always talked about everything we're really good about blah blah but i still was a kid and i was still really in everything that i was in i was very present in all my situation so it didn't i didn't have the wherewithal to be completely like fuck you i you know i won't school i was like you i was really fine i skated through till probably i would say sixth grade i was like very frizzy dirty vary like tomboy always in digging in the dirt i was really into bugs i was really like into science like pretty nerdy stuff but i kind of stayed out of everybody's way enough with the kids at school see friends were what was the reaction to that they a couple kids saw it and we're like that's pretty cool and you know and they thought they still thought it was cool when i when i was acting sort of for a while when i was younger it was like oh that's cool she gets to do this kind of thing and then you know you hit the high school tall the same shit it's like whether you're doing it or not it's you hit these periods of like you were saying that identity situation where you're start to become aware of things and wherever you are that's tough and i think that's good yeah i i guess guess i it kind of clicked in or it was mostly like you think you're so much better than us and i was like i am literally digging for worms in a box of mud like definitely dogfighting to preach you out on this thing so can i just i love i love that you just said you think you're so much better because i've been thinking about this a lot because we all feel less than around certain people and i just think that expression you think you're so much better than us that the real sentences i feel so much less around if people could own the fact that no you feel less around they don't we don't know what they think totally may think that that's true but the the more important thing is that i feel less right around you totally and that's something that you can address you're right also because i think about this a lot and this is something you've always you always helped me so much with healthy perspectives and stuff but the concept of seeing something but not get letting it have a piece of you and not something that's really helped as you get older is like i've started to just back so far out of situations that when something doesn't feel right i just immediately look inward and i'm like okay well whatever this is why am i having such a violent reaction to it when it actually doesn't have to do with me you know so that's something identify yeah and you can look around you and if there's ten people nine other people aren't having that react so it's a pretty good indicator that it's your thing there yeah nine times out of ten you can just let it go it's not your your concept you know the the example i love to give is like the times that we've had like a dinner party right and in let's say twelve people came and then eight of them left and there's four people left in the kitchen talking and then slowly someone will go like do you notice that wendy girls like she's like she's bragging about her house all the time like and then you'll notice that three other people didn't notice that and then i'll go like i up but that mark dude hey could you need more attention like and what you just start hearing is like it's it's my issue i am like the police for someone who wants a lot of attention 'cause i want all the fucking attention so i'm like oh mike why he was trying to be funny just listening basically every me i think that's exactly the thing you notice the things that sort of you struggle with just kind of ping ping ping.

"mae whitman" Discussed on Armchair Expert with Dax Shepard

Armchair Expert with Dax Shepard

04:32 min | 2 years ago

"mae whitman" Discussed on Armchair Expert with Dax Shepard

"I had thirty two tapes i found my last tape odd the other day when i was moving so is packing and i found it the and had a color coded system by season i was hoping by like emotional or like rawson rachel there that was a huge fan too but i was like seven so as monica monica talks to me about friends like my heart is tearing it like the way she just like light in her eyes yachts like it is her childhood it it's her rosebud friends is a rosebud and i just i could listen to her talk about her her love of friends i've found that it's you know i never watched the show i'm sure it's great but what i've noticed is it's it's most the people i really liked 'cause amy hansen to is just obsessed with friends currently a really quick story about that so when i first started dating kristen she had this big house and she had like eighty five people that live there for free which already triggered all my life these people are taking advantage of you they're all they're all vampires i don't trust anyone why do you already on edge and then so they had a dvr back then it didn't have a lot of space on it and then so i went to watch the show we had recorded income to find out the entire fucking dvr was taken up with friends episodes right so i is me at my ugliest i'm like who the fuck is dvr in friends you don't need to record it it is on all day long turn on the tv it's on it doesn't need to be recorded like i'm just reading pledging asphalt in amy hanson at right she goes i record it and i go that's okay you sure you there's certain episodes you probably wanna watch does make sense to request felt like such nice it's your fam like when you show like that i mean that's it for me it's that and frazier those are the ones that were so little where you like did you want to be one of those girls what was the concept because i barely remember but i was like obsessed and i'm like i obviously wasn't getting the complicated sexual nuances or question i feel like i don't know there was just something about it i don't know a good show i definitely got had the rachel when i was using percent when i was like eleven i got the rachel you would would actually actually from the the woman who does her no i panicked and i was like so hysterical when i got that part i remember like screaming singling out i mean you let me getting dukes of hazzard as a six year old elaine i'm being thrown at totally john car can you imagine truly i literally was thinking about it the other day and i was like it's crazy i was sitting in like chandler's apartment and joey's apartment like in yeah i think i was i wish god's not that kind of no but they make you know the whole concept was i was and it was also cool it was like a big episode because it's when you find out about monica's girl scout cookie obsession yeah but she literally like yeah it was so so it's the coolest thing we're because my hunch is knowing you you weren't nervous for those movie roles you did were you nervous about friends i was nervous about friends because i was so excited to meet everybody but i have to say an it was cool because it was the first time i did that format audience everything but i was so i literally made everyone like sculpture christmas ornaments and everybody was so nice to me they let me come in like jennifer aniston let me eat in her dressing room with lungi loss meal row they all gave me like tours helmet gave me their first born children nobody was everybody was so kind and like warm and welcoming and ice still like i that's another one ri hysterically cried i like wrote them all like long letters how old restrain joe i was about i think it was eight on i actually did it yeah second grade yes i can grains was getting pushed off your bicycle trust me the next day i get him right back on that's the weirdest thing yeah that's the part for us who didn't have that childhood that that's really hard to come out and so what is the transition from being in an environment where you're totally celebrated in like your unique gift.

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"mae whitman" Discussed on Armchair Expert with Dax Shepard

Armchair Expert with Dax Shepard

03:29 min | 2 years ago

"mae whitman" Discussed on Armchair Expert with Dax Shepard

"Of puts it on i read that that was that just how she dropped it in rehearsal by accident and she was like oh just for zuma's forget it bubble law and he just in the middle of the victim oh come home go he'll take the mistakes little cole was center the role but yeah so that you know that is you're right it is you're like you were living in the immense now is my father that is the end of the story but so that was like a big and again you know i think for me it really was about it was about perspective and it always has been were your parents specifically gone so may you say thank you to those people you hang up your wardrobe at the end of the day you like someone light things but never about it was never a first of all that the acting part like that was always something that did just come from me but i had an incredible acting coach which i'll tell you more to really helped me when i was little but but basically it was like i think i always had the perspective of it almost felt like it's so hard to explain it's like to me those sets were so huge and we were all on the same team and we were all it felt like this giant like i was on that show chicago hope for years and i just had the best time like exploring i would just at lunch just run through the sets and find you know look in the drawers and there were fake scalpels big babies and throw him in dump fake blood everywhere it was like so fun and everybody was so clear respectful it was all the whole thing fire pissing the corner it just was like the perspective that i always had which i still have and i still feel luckily i'm glad i didn't have to sort of wrestle with you know in both on the acting side of not being self conscious because it's much harder for me now to like addition or whatever else because i'm thinking about a million things as opposed to just be aware of your identity totally very tricky really you're not trying to convey your identity now and we'll just start you're just yourself and i am just fucking eat apples when you apple if you want to and and you know i think so that that is one reason why is just sort of again my parents were so good about teaching me sort of respect and politeness and professionalism and just the kind of tricks of the trade exactly hanging up your wardrobe like the things that you just do naturally and and i just honestly a huge part of why i loved acting so much was the experience of meeting all these incredible people and having all these adventures in you you really build a family i mean i used to fuck in hysterically weep at when i would finish something days of inconsolable like i still remember when we finished independence day we like filming in the oval office a few up the world after i blew up the world or my bare hands and i remember they sort of everybody kind of gathered around because you know you do a picture rap and everybody claps and i was literally like screaming bloody murder dini's like and i went around and got like every single person's phone number i'll call you just so upset i mean when i did friend or just wanted to where you were you a fan of friends when you did the show i know monica recorded every single episode on vhs before there were dvd i recorded every episode.

"mae whitman" Discussed on Armchair Expert with Dax Shepard

Armchair Expert with Dax Shepard

03:57 min | 2 years ago

"mae whitman" Discussed on Armchair Expert with Dax Shepard

"Know i have it's a very complicated thought process for me but but what i will say is people in the world they read about lindsay lohan ham that makes headlines in you know there's there's definitely a plenty of childhood actors who who went astray but weirdly i've i've known a ton that haven't and i always point to you like well let's just say our boss was ron howard fucker couldn't be more well adjusted yeah kind and all these things and then i worked early on with josh hutcherson when he was twelve and turned out to be a great kid and same with jonah bobo who's in the movie so there's certainly as many examples of here's what i'm curious about because the one thing that is tricky when i've been on movies where there were kid is the star the kid can't help but recognize oh these people work for me not that they work for you but but but they everything they're doing is facilitate you to eventually go say your lines right you become a little bit aware of that and the whole thing's designed to kind of cater to us and make it is easy for us to do that thing as possible in so as a kid did you ever have this the sense that that was happening and then how did your parents or how did you prevent yourself from becoming a meglomaniac honestly i really feel like such a huge part of it was i mean again i'm so lucky that i started when i was young because a man loves a woman when you're six years old or okay i don't like came out in a came out your sick when i was six probably i was more i turned five on it and monica was five or maybe ten four years three do that sir yeah so that was and that was actually a great yeah it was my first movie and you were meg ryan's baby yes andy garcia's that's actually you'll love this to the how i got that movie again my like this is really this is this is a big tell the how i got that movie there's a scene in it where andy is trying to talk about what happened and how meg ryan is it's a movie about alcoholics and he's trying to talk about trying to explain to me sort of what happens and how she has to go away three having all these and i'm just like listening in the kitchen and it cetera so this was back in the day which i feel like they don't do as much anymore but where they would like fuck in build a giant set for a screen test and it was like the whole thing and so i remember where it was my first time and we're all miss said and it was lino is set in the morning so props it set out like a little you know plate of like fate you know apples on the table numbers coffee juice or whatever and i remember the whole scene you know i'm supposed to just sit there and listen to what he's saying and that's like the whole concept and so apparently he was talking and you know he's sort of emotional and i'm like uhhuh listening and then i just sort of like they saw my eyes flicker over to the plate of food knock at him and then i slow trepidation still looking at him in the eye like reached out and started grabbing and just like pummeling through the food the entire time and i like cooling off the entire food by the end of the scene and they were like is she oh my god she's fucking eating it they loved it crammed into remember to keep that totally out is something delta he is going to grow up yeah yeah if you have a healthy love for food we'll weirdly and i don't wanna get lofty about it but what you were actually doing is the thing that the seismic paradigm shift that marlon brando brought to screen acting which was be aware of your environment don't be in real life like he was the first person to ever just his chair scene like everyone else acts like they sat down in his perfect now or when he did the glove thing you know in on the waterfront when even marie saint drops her glove and he picks it up and he kind.

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"mae whitman" Discussed on Armchair Expert with Dax Shepard

Armchair Expert with Dax Shepard

03:34 min | 2 years ago

"mae whitman" Discussed on Armchair Expert with Dax Shepard

"And then she vowed the rules in do drugs and she did everything right and then i did almost every single thing wrong and we both live in the exact same house so you have to go like oh wow there's a million ways to end up in the exact same spa solutely you know in you could really get stressed out over all of it but there's no one can say where it's all going to end up about trying to do the right thing all the time that's like so i'm like well but what's the i try to gather all the data and obsessively pour over to make every single right decision and i think you're right as you get older your starts you start to be like picked the wrong thing on your i'm still where i there isn't a luge in that there's a right way which is right to say but it is true there's just the way you're you're doing it that's that's what it is it's best if we had a single example of the person that was like they did it it was perfect they nailed it all the relationships as well that's true i will say i'm not to like turn this shit back on you but i remember when you guys were first having a baby and i just remember being like there is no and you know you know my parents still say this about you every time you come up my dad is literally like well if anybody can do it and make the perfect kids they can like literally you guys have always been and in the vein of like you were saying having encouraging imperfections and all these things it's like you guys have such a sick balanced going and i've always been like those are the correct you grow you learn you try things yourself out you express yourself you talk about things and that's something i really valued to even when we were on parenthood because you know it's hard as you're sort of growing up you're like how much do i share what do i whatever and i really believe it was so helpful for me to have you to communicate about difficult issues overthrows yeah right now i'm like the world's his over share because but you know i just really think you guys have had i mean i remember to even just one thing that you've done where was was when it was when lincoln lincoln was little and she was kind of stressed out she was like two or barely and she was kind of having a panic in the living room and you were in the middle of telling a story and you just turned her on your leg hey honey like i just need to finish this story do you wanna go have some alone time and just feel your feelings and she was like yeah i was wondering why god it was like the most adult thing i've ever seen she literally went in her room and like took two minutes and came back out like fuck and refresh like he we're seeing to had sorry i like it was people will when we just had a childhood psychologists on a couple of weeks ago which was relieved me a lot because people have been critical my approach with that but in my opinion adults need fucking two minutes out all the time to two minutes out these three times a week what i need to just go into a room in fuck and get catch my breath and then process a little bit so i think i think fucking pauses are don't label it as a timeout label it as a pause there was nothing negative about kids crying they're hurt they're crying because of something significant crying because they they didn't get ice cream you know you need to do that on your own figure should have totally in my world view that's like a practice for them in the future is that it's okay for them to be like i'm feeling a some kind of way i need to get the fuck outta here for a minute and go deal with my shit yeah i think your gas and i'm or so i'm just gonna go getting a room without all right so you know when when people talk about and i find this to be very pervasive among actors with kids when we all talk is people do not want their kids to be actors even even they are actors themselves you.

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"mae whitman" Discussed on Armchair Expert with Dax Shepard

Armchair Expert with Dax Shepard

04:09 min | 2 years ago

"mae whitman" Discussed on Armchair Expert with Dax Shepard

"Seven oh oh upset ten months we'll edit it or we'll just can we record that you're worth as in eighty eight god yeah that's much change the birth here but you for someone that was twenty one when we met and i was i guess thirty two or something you knew every reference that i knew which was always very weird to me and i suppose a lot of that has to do with having grown up as a baby on set in all your peers were people that were talking about that kind of stuff do you think that's where that why you have that crazy like you just said rosebud i mean granted a lot i guess actors know that movie willy wonka and the chocolate bad forgiving spoiler alert as if everyone on the planet doesn't know but still yeah i think that does have to do i mean it's it is it's such a funny thing to be like a child and be in school and sort of i definitely always felt when i was in school i had friends and i and i loved it i wasn't like miserable or anything but i definitely was always a little like yeah i love that joke about the sandbox you should tell another like i felt a little like this get up to speed here there's stuff out there and it is also hard when you're like quality heralded ma i just feel like i also had maybe yeah it's weird when you're at school and you also then have like a call time the next day and you're like sure math but you know i got a six amer coming up quick so it's just you know and i think it is also my parents are very they i you know i'm an only child and they sort of i'm very close with them and they were always sort of very open with letting me see things and i wanted to try things and watch a lot of movies and i actually there's so much so that it was hard to know when to stop i remember one of the most famous stories are household was when i was probably about seven my i wanted my dad was like you know we should watch classic movie let's watch jaws and i was like yeah great i love that kinda shit jaws cool like let's do it man you and me and we like i remember we were all sitting on the couch and my mom was nervous she was like this is about ideas about idea and then you know you see the shark and i was like whatever it was a robotic shark who cares and and then then i guess he forgot about this part there's the part where the the dead guy's face pops up in the window of the ship sunken ship and it's really scary and upsetting and it popped up and i just like my face turned white and i turned to my dad and went not great daddy we still saying everytime jumpy messes up is not great daddy so there was a limit i was still was a child your parents who have had the pleasure of meeting a particularly your dad jeff who i affectionately referred to as tony because this motherfucker looks identical to tony hopkins anthony hopkins it's so great 'cause i don't call them anthony tony not an anthony he's a big time tony tony is one of the loveliest ever met him and i don't know politics so i'm not using this this word in reference to his politics but clearly yes you had a very liberal upbringing they kind of treated you like an adult for the most part what i can gather absolutely anand away that it was i feel that the communication i never really had anything to rebel against it was all very based on logic and of course there were times where they just had put their foot down or whatever else but it was always i never felt like i couldn't express myself and have those conversations with them like if you know i would go up to them and say listen there's this concert but it goes past the curfew but it's this and i'll be with these people like if i could clearly communicate something to them we would always work it out expert there this episode is brought to you by hellofresh we've just come off a feeding frenzy of hellofresh heaven we monica and really fun and.

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"mae whitman" Discussed on Armchair Expert with Dax Shepard

Armchair Expert with Dax Shepard

03:57 min | 2 years ago

"mae whitman" Discussed on Armchair Expert with Dax Shepard

"Not far from that it's like the warm fin or something the would arm arm the wooden that's an old sailors bar the wooden arm so we met there and then we didn't have a lot of interaction at the table read we all did together where we got to know each other and then not a ton of interaction like at the hotel or anything but we were getting into a transfer vatian van right transformation i'm willing i'm willing we were getting in a van let's call it a fucking van in you're like in the third row of the van right and i had that time assumed you're twelve years old because i think that's what i know you were twentyone as it turns out but that's a surprise to me because i think you're twelve because you're playing someone that's twelve or fourteen whatever like i was pretty close your miniature yeah and so i didn't realize i was doing this right but go ahead you do you remember what i was doing physically we're doing there was i can't my tongue out of my mouth you claim this is what you claim is that i was standing at the edge of the door like with my tongue out of my mouth like oh yes and i look over and what i think is a twelve year old is mimicking his tongue movement that i'm doing it looks very perverse when i see her do it again i don't even know i'm doing it you doing it i don't know i think i don't even know to this day what i was why am i talking about him i just want you to know i still do that probably like six times a week it's a great way to punctuate sir really is it's a especially if you're like rambling and you just can't hop yourself you just and it was a nice stick your tongue out not really i you know we'll have to take absolutely yeah that's the move so i look over in near like mimicking my clearly grotesque tongue thing hanging on my mom you said something like what's up perv right you said something very provocative and weird and i immediately had this panic is moral panic of a twelve year olds engaging me with the term pervert sticking her tongue out definitely in term of endearment for me though we'll sure now you know i i almost exclusively hang out with per that's the only people i want to be of course of course i don't mean the kind that break the law or just a good natured perverted yes a vigor for life and all things genitalia so anyway i just i just wanna walk i want i want to bring everyone up to speed about my like my my meeting new becoming to understand who you were in in right out of the gates you just hit me with calling me a pervert you will your tongue in your mouth i thought you were twelve and then to my great relief you were twenty one and i think as i was talking to you i'm like i'm trying to make this all kosher and then i think i ask how old you are and then i was just so relieved that you're twenty one then it was off to the fucking racer i'm like you're twenty one here we go grown up now we do this pilot together and then the pilot gets ordered and we go to universal to shoot the first season of it in very soon into filming with you i had this thought that was like why is this child better than all of us at audi you're going to have to just stomach this for one second you are by far my favorite actor on the show i thought you were the most talented and i used to call you as you know lovingly i'd call you the female gandolfini the i think you're a fucking beast so but but but it was confusing to me i'm like why is this kid better than us and then i went home and i looked you up in i come to find out that you were a baby actor and that's where we're going okay they were very famous driver baby noah very famous baby actor and then.

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"mae whitman" Discussed on Off Camera with Sam Jones

Off Camera with Sam Jones

01:34 min | 2 years ago

"mae whitman" Discussed on Off Camera with Sam Jones

"Yeah i mean it's also ironic that the last network television show you did you play teenager to young mom now you're playing a mom to a young teenage away it's it's funny because it's it's almost got elements of gohmert girls to it where it's sort of like the child and the parent help raise through through the the years years become friends which is you know the reason this show is unique and different and really intriguing to me is there's an episode with you and your daughter played by izzy standard who's in in trans transition right and so she's sort of dressing like a boy and and figuring out her identity and there's an episode where you come into her room and her clothes are all over the place and you're late for school and she says i can't find anything to wear and you're like i just bought these pants they fit perfect and she says no they're to loose and it dawns on you that the p the kids at school are pulling down her pants to find out what she is and it's like this heartbreaking scene in the middle of this feminist power gang caper but it's the most real exchange and and it made me curious about what you do for yourself to prepare pair to have you know obviously there's a relationship there between you as an actor and is he is an actor so is e who identifies as male is he.

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