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'The West Wing' cast reunites again, this time for a book
"West Wing or once Khun getting together. This is for a book Deafness announced that it's acquired. What's next is that it's a guide to the West Wing, organized by Melissa Fitzgerald and Marie McCormick, with Martin Sheen getting involved in this, along with Bradley Foot for dollars, and Jenna and even Aaron Sorkin. Cast members recently reunited for a staged reading of a 2002 episode about election politics. Some people who live in Del
'The West Wing' enlists big names for its When We All Vote reunion special
"Thanks. I'm a big fan of Aaron Sorkin and tell us why This is a good time for me in television, because I like him so much. He absolutely if you didn't watch it yesterday, a cz, always with streaming. You can watch it at your leisure. But yesterday they dropped on HBO, Max. Ah, Special reunion of the West Wing cast is probably his most legendary TV show The West Wing and gathered almost everybody from the cast for Martin Sheen and Allison Janney and Rob Lowe and so forth. To recreate an episode from one of the early seasons as a theatrical staged event in an empty theater, But they filmed it like it was a play and it was in that shifted from scene to scene and it was really cleverly done, but also just reminded you how Wonderful that Siri's wass and how inspirational it was, even though it was about politics. So if the dueling if the dueling town halls and so you may be this would've last night, but it's still out there, but even more so today, Netflix drops another Aaron Sorkin project. Which he wrote and directed. It's called the Trial of the Chicago Seven, and it goes back to the sixties, when those counterculture figures Abbie Hoffman and Jerry Rubin and Tom Hayden and Bobby Seale and others were put on trial for inciting the riots that disrupted the 1968 Democratic convention. It was a big media circus, and this film looks like it's got it all and including a terrific cast, including two Emmy winners from this season. Jeremy strong from succession and one of the stars of watchman job doing the team. They're playing two of the defendants. You also have frankly, Angela's The judge and Michael Keaton's in there. Sasha Baron Cohen's in there. Doing dramatic bit, and it just sounds like again. Aaron Sorkin is knows his way around a courtroom. If you remember his very first big hit was a few good men. So if you like Aaron Sorkin style you've got two choices was like a double whammy of Aaron Sorkin this week. Now? Yeah, I once interviewed Jerry Rubin, a za journalism student at Penn State, and he was in the Rolfing, which is when you beat yourself up physical. Just one strange cat, man. I got to say yes. I have a feeling that would be a fun one to watch. Yeah. Will be S O on Sunday. You got something? The
‘West Wing’ Reunion Special Set at HBO Max to Promote Voting in 2020 Election
"Theater Ahead of November's ahead of November's presidential election creator Aaron Sorkin is reuniting the original West Wing cast for a stage production of the season. Three episode Heart Hartsfield's Landing, It'll Air on HBO. Max stars including Martin Sheen, Rob Lowe, Allison Janney Bradley Whitford will all return to their roles for the production. It will be shot in early October at Los Angeles is Orpheum Theater staged episode will be to raise awareness and support for when we all vote, the nonprofit cochair by first lady Michelle Obama want to live like Taylor
A little extra Time
"Welcome to catch myths and mysteries. Shyam your host kid chrome with everybody shelter in place. I thought it might be interesting to talk about time travel and with that in. Mind the paradox of time on time. Paradoxes any logical contradiction that has to do with time travel. The Classic Paradox Time Falls into the classic grandfather paradox. The grandfather paradox who's usually the screenplay turn novel then movie where the U. S. Nimitz is caught in a storm of thrush and back in time to December sixth nineteen forty one. The dilemma is what the crew knows. What's going to happen? But the grandfather paradox of time gets in the way when the past is changed. It creates a contradiction. The time traveller could do anything that did happen but can't do anything that didn't well an aircraft carrier the size of the Nimitz didn't exist back in nineteen forty one so anything they could have done would have altered the future in a big way. Fortunately the storm that sent them back in time reappeared and brought them back to their time before they could decide what to do for a little more detail watch the movie. The final countdown. I think it came out in the nineteen eighties. Should you can listen to Martin. Sheen explained the grandfather paradox. To Kirk Douglas. The topic of time travel bags of big question. How would travelers go forward or back in time? H She wells painted a picture of a time machine with his book. The time machine. It was simply a vehicle for going forward or back with little regard to the visitors passed or impact on the future or past for the past for that matter that then we have screenwriter Richard. Matheson who wrote somewhere in time and takes the issue of time travel to a new level in the movie. Christopher Reeves is a young theater students celebrating the success of his latest production when the party is interrupted by an elderly woman who break Suda crowd of well-wishers Impresa lock into his hand Luxembourg. The says come back to me long story short. He traces Salak at back. To a stage. Actress of Nineteen twelve and her summer retreat that has been restored to pristine nineteen twelve decor. He buys clothes from the era right down to the socks. He wears a pocket wash from that era than rents a room and focuses on all things nineteen twelve and remember. He's surrounded in a room and a facility that is all nineteen twelve and ZAP when he ventures back out into the hall so hours later it is indeed nine thousand nine hundred twelve and elderly woman is there and a romance began one day. It is raining so they decided to have a picnic and Gorse at some point. She asked the time when he pulls out the pocket. Watch a penny from nineteen. Eighty comes out with it and the spell is broken. Well all this talk of time. Travel's seems a stuff of fiction. The what about Deja Vu? The feeling that you've been there before or met that person before done that thing before could it be that you've visited another time and have a flash memory of the person you met. L. Let's bring it home. The was the last time that a day week or month just seemed to Fi- yet your routine hadn't changed. I can remember going to the gym a specific time day or I would meet a friend. We always did the same routine but after a year or so. We noticed that we were finished sooner than before our next meeting. We TIMED ISH. Exercise routine and the gaps between each workout. The Times were always the same yet. We would finish at different times out of that work at one meeting. We had to stop and re park our cars yet. We completed our usual routine at the same time we had established and still finished early. Not Time travel but perhaps time slip. The Earth spins at Specific Rate. Plants grow in predictable period of time. Are we humans of variable our perception of time altered for seemingly? No reason when I was in grammar school failed to complete my homework. I could still hear my teacher telling me that we all had the same twenty four hours in the day but do we. The world's most accurate clock has neatly shown how right Albert Einstein was a hundred years ago when he proposed that time is a relative concept and the higher you live above sea level. The faster you should age. Einstein's theory of relativity states at time and space are not as constant as everyday life would
'Grace and Frankie' season 6 is coming to Netflix tonight
"Grace and Frankie season six final season six seasons yeah wow they're short seasons okay of the the Martin short not Martin short Martin Sheen sheen's only funny because Martin short and Martin Sheen partially other Jane Fonda lily Tomlin and is Martin sheen's boyfriend Martin sheen's boyfriend I always forget actor is he's a good actor
Joaquin Phoenix calls out 'meat and dairy industry' at Jane Fonda's climate protest before arrest
"Several celebrities joining you Jane Fonda in the rally for climate change yesterday in Washington DC and they got arrested Jane Fonda's fire drill Friday protests drew some new big stars Joaquin Phoenix Martin Sheen Maggie Gyllenhaal and Susan Sarandon all join the star to talk about the meat and dairy industries and climate change Phoenix was even arrested and addressed the crowd before his arrest I think sometimes we wonder what can we do in this in this fight against climate change and there's something that you can do today right now and tomorrow by making a choice about what you consume Fonda has been hosting weekly climate change protests in Washington since October yesterday was her last before she returns to Los
Joaquin Phoenix and Martin Sheen arrested in climate change protest
"Joaquin Phoenix and Martin Sheen were arrested yesterday at DC protests organized by Jane Fonda they're known as fire drill Friday's Phoenix called out the meat and dairy industries for what he said was their role in the climate crisis sheen delivered an emotional speech calling for action on climate
"martin sheen" Discussed on WGN Radio
"So welcome back. Right. Three one two nine eight one seven two hundred is the phone number the Academy Award nominations are announced just a few hours. And we're wondering who you're rooting for. What names would you like to hear what movies would you like to hear being announced as academy nominees for this year? Three one two nine eight one seven two hundred. We are also talking about an astonishing a number of really terrific actors and actresses who have never been nominated for an Academy Award. And we're gonna keep talking about that. But our full nines and text lines are open. If you want to jump in its three one two nine eight one seven two hundred. Here's another good one Dan Martin sheen Martin sheen never been nominated for an Academy Award. While nothing could ever make us wish he had not taken the role. It's possible that the years she spent on the west wing saw him become so associated with the character jed Bartlett that light coast are Allison Janney. It's been hard for the academy to get back to considering him a big screen star. Well, L Janney wanted Academy Award last year. For I Tanya. He's so good in that movie. She so good. And I gotta say and I love Allison Janney. And I I still think Laurie Metcalf in lady bird. It was a better performance, and it's Laurie Metcalf, and she she is from Chicago. And she's awesome. But frankly, by the time that show started change should have already have several nods handling on his resume and probably a couple of statues on his mantle as the anti Bartlett in the dead zone. You ever seen the dead zone? Dan. I have not Christopher Walken. You know, you know, he gets into an accident car accidents in a coma for five years, and he gets out of the coma. After five years is girlfriend is married to another dude he lost his job. He has to rehabilitate to learn to walk again. And he's got like psychic powers now he can touch people and see see into the future into the past. And so were you like the dead zone favorite movies of all time, man? So. And I also maintained that the dead zone. I also maintained that the dead zone is the saddest movie ever made. I think it's the saddest movie ever made because the horrible things that happen to Christopher Walken character in that movie. It's just so sad. It's like. Terrible things. He's burdened with this power that he doesn't want that sucking the life out of him. He lost his girlfriend. You know? He lost his job his mom passes away. It's just like my God, man. So in it Martin sheen plays, Greg still soon. He is a candidate for the Senate. All right. And he is a total bastard. I mean, yes. And so what happens is. Johnny played by by Christopher and is walking. There's a political rally that's happening right outside of his house across the street from his house and his his ex girlfriend played by Brooke Adams is working for Martin sheen slash, Greg. Still since campaign. She and her husband, and he goes across to the to the rally to try and see her and meanwhile, as he's walking across still sin, Martin, sheen shaking, hands and kissing babies and stuff through the crowd as he's going up to the stage to make his speech, and he shakes hands with Johnny. And what happens is when Christopher Walken in the movie touches someone he goes into like a like a. Number trivial, psychic. We were talking about that. He goes into like a like a state, and he has a vision, and he has a vision when he when he when he shakes his hand he has a vision that skill set in the future is the president. And that he he's insane. And then he launches the he launches the nuclear rockets, and it kills basically blows up the world, and he sees this happened. So then the question is. Should Johnny assassinate this guy? So the so the then it becomes this moral issue. You know, like he asked his doctor played by Herbert Lom in the movie, he says if you knew what what you know now about Hitler. And what he would do would you go back in time. Would you kill it? And Herbert Lom basically says, yeah, I have no choice, but to shoot the son of a bitch. And so that's what the climax of the movie is. And and of course, it ends tragically because the saddest movie ever made but Martin sheen is so good in the movie like like like such a. When he when he actually when he actually got the gig in. American president where he's playing like the president's aid. I was he can't have Greg still sin in the White House. You can't wires Greg still sitting in the White House because he's going to blow up the earth. Don't don't don't put him in the White House. And then when he got cast in the west wing as the president, which is the complete opposite of the Greg still in character. Yeah. Martin sheen. He was great in the dead zone. But again, that's a horror movie in and it should have been nominated for more. Because it's Christopher Watkins best performance ever. He's been great in a lot of movies. But it's the best performance ever. I walking won an Oscar though, he won for the for the deer hunter. He was general Lee Martin sheen was generally and Gettysburg he was the the rebel on the run and badlands and. How can we not mentioned Apocalypse Now which was nominated for a bunch of kademi awards Robert Duvall one for it? And his performance in that movie was was incredibly almost died making it a heart attack while he was making the movie. And it's an it's an incredible performance. So there's another one he didn't get nominated for the departed. He was expected in that movie. And that was a movie that won best picture and got a whole bunch of nominees nominations. He didn't get nominated for talk to me. So I mean, you know, it's there's guys that this is a guy who is who was just a a tremendous actor, a great actor, and and gave great performances again in movies that should have been nominated. So how about this? They think Meg Ryan should be nominated for it should have been nominated for an Academy Award. I don't know about that. It's been too long since we've seen Meg Ryan on the big screen. But though her career is a bit rocky. Now, she had a long list of great past roles. That's a little bit wilder. She never picked up an Oscar nod. She was good in more serious fare. Like when a man loves a woman in hurly-burly. Oh, I forgot. She was in hurly burly. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. She was good in that. She was getting hurly-burly. See, you know, when you think Meg Ryan, don't you immediately think like a romantic comedy? Yeah. So not you know, what I mean like, but now I'm looking here. And she's she was also in courage under fire. She was great net. Now, I wasn't crazy about when a man loves a woman that was her Andy Garcia. I wasn't crazy about that movie. But but she was great when encourage under fire. But it's a romantic comedy roles in particularly when Harry met Sally that we're her greatest achievements. It's hard to it's hard to get recognized for comedy in general. But Ryan was so effortlessly and impossibly good in rob Reiner. Nora efforts film that we feel that she it should have been a no brainer. But the Golden Globes were as far as her awards run went that year. So she hasn't really been in a lot of major movies lately to her careers released low down. So we'll see if she gets that chance. Right. Three one to ninety one seven two hundred and Dave says ward bond, he appeared in thirteen movies that were nominated for best picture, but he never got nominated himself. I did not know that. I didn't know that word never got me. No, he's been a he's been a ton of classic movies. Seven zero eight area code says, you are right about the Shammy. He was by far the best of them all in Fargo. See that's the Dan Fargo. That's what you call pretty solid ensemble. That's not bad not bad not bad actors in that movie that have not too bad. Everybody's fantastic in that movie. He's fleeing the interview he's fleeing the interview. Of course, Frances McDormand won for it as well. She should she won last year for three billboards can that it was a good movie. Just thinking about that. When that was a was a good movie, man. Don says I would like to see Kurt. Russell went all see. Kurt Russell should've been nominated for the thing. Escape from New York. Come on. He he should win an EMMY for playing Santa in the net flicks movie from last month. Kurt Russell rules, man. Been nominated for the hateful eight bone Tomoe, bone Tomahawk. You could just name Kurt Russell movies. But you know, big trouble in little China for playing. Jackie burton. He should win all awards for that. Kurt Kurt Russell managed one of the coolest people one of the coolest actors ever. So cool. Man, and he should have one for you know, you know, Dan for the thing best beard. Yes. RJ McCreadie that little known Academy Award category. That's the governor's ball. They don't put that on the they don't put it on the incident that was not broadcast. Best beard is not broadcast. You know, they called the the the the academy's best beard award. They call it the RJ McCreevy. I don't know if you know that. How you know? Yeah. That's a good one. And that that texture is also Roussy rooting for Romney Malik to win. I am not. He did. He did a great job in a terrible terrible. Terrible moving. So. Let's take a break here. And we'll continue on with actors and actresses who have never been nominated word. Bond. Fact is unbelievable. Thirteen movies had been nominated for best picture, and he was not nominated ever. It's really incredible. That's incredible stamp so three one two nine eight one seven two hundred is a phone number. If you would like to share your thoughts on this..
"martin sheen" Discussed on The News & Why It Matters
"This scares the crap out of me it really does. Because this is how pop this is this what makes us different than than Europe. It really does. I mean over there, if you have some crazy communists, you know, or somebody like that that wants to like promise everybody, a bunch of free stuff, whatever, you know, get a small group of people that turns into several. Thousand than several million agree with you like over there. They have a chance of actually doing some damage over here. We don't like the founders built the system, quite frankly because they were scared to death of this. They were scared that the populism Alexis de Tocqueville wrote in democracy in America. He said he called it the tyranny of the majority and is exactly what he described. He said a small group of people that eventually convinced the masses that will then oppress the smaller people, I saw a smaller number of people. I saw right after the election was right before the inauguration. Of Donald Trump. The they got this Martin sheen a few other stars that came out. And they were actually quoting the federalist papers trying to say, do you? Remember that it was like, oh my gosh. It was like kind of like a very dramatic the more, you know, type video and they're like, yeah. This was the electoral college was supposed to be you know, it was made to protect us from demagogue. No, wasn't it. That's not. That's not at all what it was for. They were quoting a Hamilton Federal's papers. And I'd like to I remember because I just did this just happened to have this up. I did some research before. And I was reading through Madison's federalist number ten. And this is this is amazing. He's Madison was talking about governments that are under direct democracy. And he goes, those governments quote have have ever been spectacles of turbulence and contention have ever been found incompatible with personal security or the rights of property and general been a short and their lives as they have been violent in their deaths. They knew exactly where this road legion. Exactly. This is what we have been protected. From and now they're threatening to screw that up. That's why every chance I get when people call this a democracy. It's not a democracy. We've got to get that through people's heads. It's a Republic, and we had an assist from Prager university on this one. Actually, they had a video out about the electoral college. Here's a clip of the founders had no intention of creating a pure majority rule to moxie they knew from careful study of history. What most have forgotten today or never learned pure democracies? Do not work. They implode. Democracy has been colorfully described as to wolves in a lamb voting on what's for dinner in a pure democracy. Fair majorities can easily tyrannize the rest of the country. The founders wanted to avoid this at all costs. This is why we have three branches of government executive legislative and judicial it's why each state has two senators no matter what its population. But also. Different numbers of representatives based entirely on population. It's why it takes a super majority in congress and three quarters of the states to change the constitution. And it's why we have the electoral college. It's true. I mean, this is a big debate. I mean, the idea between representatives and two for state was a big it was a compromise. Right. I mean, they they were able to compromise to that. So that these small states don't get completely wiped off the map because millwood would care the cities would would run the policy they'd run everything. And that's not what they intended here watching that. It reminds me like I always think we put too much emphasis on who is elected president. Yes, I really don't care like our who a Kazu Cortez or whoever especially like like who cares? The way the system is built with the electoral college and went the three branches of government. It's supposed to not run..
"martin sheen" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM
"WCBS eighty two Gary and king's vill good morning during morning Burs. Herbage? You just said I'm taking here. So many of the callers are feel confident or less has gone to heaven, and you're describing him as a hell of a guy. Well, he is sort of an odd twist. Okay. The memory of of less. I listened to him often. And and certainly enjoyed his programming. Didn't always agree with him. But that's that's true of everybody. Sure. Except you of course. No. No, no, look, if everybody agrees somebody's superfluous, you know, it's like if you if a company were five people are doing exactly the same thing. Chances are one of them is superfluous. So I expect we're not gonna agree on everything. I think it's part of the fun. Exactly. Other than that. My memory of of less was his portrayal of general, Barksdale and Gettysburg. Yes. And what struck me was how he towered over Martin sheen was was less really that Paul is Martin sheen. Really that sure. Martin sheen is really short. I believe. About six three I think is slightly taller than I am. I'm around six two six two and a half. Tall enough. He cut a very striking figure in the movie is great. I think he was in his glory doing that too. Because you know, he loved that stuff that whole era of history. Here's an area fascination for him. But yeah, Martin sheen a lotta guys out in Hollywood are surprisingly short. If you think of it you'll you'll take look at them in frame. There's a reason for this. Most of them are playing next to women who are really short, and they want to get them into the frame in a so if you if you picture what a movie screen looks like and you have a picture of somebody from chest up as two characters are talking with a woman's five. One of the guy's six three. You can have an issue there. That's gonna be a problem. So they do have a great story longtime ago, I think it was Alan Ladd who was acting with but she was much taller than he saw in order to compensate for this and a long tracking shot. They actually down this down this dirt road. Which is you know, the main street. For this cowboy movie they were doing she had to walk in a ditch a side by side with Alan Ladd. They never showed the ditch, of course, because the camera angle, but for them to be within the camera frame they had to make some adjustment. And that's not all that unusual. I've heard stories like that. Who's the guy the guy mission impossible who's who's the guy who does the mission impossible than what's his name again? The Tom Cruise. Yeah. Apparently, this guy's like real short. You know, he's. But we always assumed the funny thing is we always assume people we see on TV or in the movies are height. Don't we always assume that I mean when you see somebody mentally you say, all right? My height. The only think I assume all the guys in the NBA are pretty much. Yeah. Only five nine. Early there. But our height they're about our skill level too. Right. Right. Thanks, very prochet. Regarding. George. Herbert Walker Bush..
"martin sheen" Discussed on KROQ 106.7FM
"K rock is karaoke. You this is the Kevin and bean show at seven twenty three. We are like most people filled with admiration for fire and rescue year round. But I just can't even imagine what they are going through twenty four seven right now. I mean, these fires are relentless. And I know they they do have support. They do have helped coming in from other other communities in California, even other states now are starting to show up. But I mean, imagine how exhausting and how frustrating that work must be hour after hour back. There's fired that just will not give up. I saw. I don't know. Maybe six seven hours in it said zero percent containment. Trying to get your head around that. Yeah. You got thousands of guys just working their asses off, and they're not making any progress in some cases. And obviously there have been a lot of people. A lot of people who have lost their homes, including some high profile people like Robin Thicke Gerard Butler in Miley Cyrus, and Fred Durst Frank from the Heidi frosty and Frank show across the street at Kahlo s he lost his home. I mean, it is a fire is indiscriminate when it comes to whose house it's going to take. And we got our fingers crossed for our good friend. Eddie f comedian Eddie f was on the phone right now. Who's one of the many many many people who have been evacuated from Malibu, Eddie? What was your weekend? Like, my friend. It's been pretty crazy. I've been able to stand up on on one ridge and watch the fire come down another ridge towards my neighborhood. So until like, you said those firemen are there Rockstars these guys. Are it was I felt like I was in a in a war movie and watch the enemy then. And then then the fighter pilots came in and took them out. Incredible watching helicopters and the planes come in. And with that check they dropped that that reddish pink stuff on it. And and just the water dumps. And we have such a great vantage point being where we are up there that we get to see them. Go back to the ocean and pick up water, and they're going to Pepperdine to these ponds and picking up water and coming back and dropping it. And I mean, we were cheering on the hill. Like, it was it was it was pretty pretty amazing how much advance notice did you and other residents of Malibu get that. There was a mandatory evacuation. I will say this even in those days with the internet TV and everything, but there's not there's not a real well organized. Remember when you're a kid, and you saw that like this is a test of the broadcast. Well, now, everybody's on so many different. There's no real way to to to know, which is which is the right information. It seems like information's coming from a million different places. And one thing I've noticed is. None of it's right. And oh, wow. So you just keep hearing rumors from friends, so we just got tax last night. We got a text over the mandatory evacuation which everybody thought that men. Another fire was coming from another direction, and it was just the evacuation that had been going on all along. But we I went to see the Duberry fire and the fire the night before when I had heard about them, and I just wanted to gauge where they were and how far away they weren't. I thought we had nothing to worry about 'cause they were about fifteen miles away from our house, and it just seemed like a really far away. And so I went and saw them. I came home. I told my wife everything was okay. And then if five in the morning, she woke up going jumped one one jumper one at one. Then then wind happened. Yeah. It went so fast and people in oak park had said, oh, we don't see anything. We don't see any smoke and there they were getting mandatory evacuations, and so many people were like, oh, it's nothing it'll and then within hours it was overtaking of park. It's insane. How fast it moved? Well, I think people in in all situations. Eddie, tell me if you think I'm right about this. I don't care what it is any kind of disaster. Whether it's a fire, it's a it's a mass shooting. Whatever it is it always happens to somebody else. It's hard to wrap your head around. Now. I'm the guy who might lose his house or might whatever fill in the blank is happening. Yeah. I've been so lucky that it hasn't hit my direct neighborhood yet or or my house because I do have many many friends that has had damage. I've friends that have looked good friends that have lost their homes, and it's it's it's heartbreaking. And the the scary thing is one of the things like Malibu's. Anyone knows up there? There's like one way out the PCH. And that thing backed up, you know, I I sent my wife out. So that I could go back and help a friend that was on crutches. And I said you go down this canyon. And then go out, and she luckily, I got her out of canyon that got her towards the end of it. But friends I was talking to Brad Garret who was stuck in like three hours of traffic trying to get out of there. And you know, a lot of the people that were stuck on Zuma beach the stories I've heard from there are are terrifying. That they evacuated down to the beach thinking that was a safe haven and then to see the fire crawl down the mountain towards them and fire doesn't just leap at you. But it throws sparks and throws embers and catches things on fire around you. And so the people that sounded terrifying. You probably saw Martin Martin sheen who just ran out of the house with nothing. Basically. He's like, look I didn't have time to get my passport. Which is the one thing. I wanted to make sure to get but I mean, yeah, it's just it's it's so unpredictable and the winds are so high right now, and it can pick up an ember and move at ten miles in in a matter of moments and the way the Lynch down the canyons, though Santa wins. I watched I watched it come through Malibu creek state park. Like, I should have done time lapse on it. But it came through that canyon. So fast down the now decrease that it was it was just it was out of a movie, and that was the one I thought, oh, this one's coming right towards towards my house. And are you optimistic right now this morning? I mean right now, do you feel like there's a good chance. You'll be spared. I saw the firemen laid down a pretty good line of this fos check stuff, and it was. It was stopping it. And they were anytime there was a spot fire. They'd come by and put it out. But then it would start up again. What scares me is all takes is one little spark win to start one of these forest. Fires. And there's thousands of these little fires going everywhere. And the winds are picking up again. So I think we have two days of of really scary wins. But honestly, I know just as much as everyone else does watching. And so I'm not I'm not a great source of information other than what I see myself. And and we get to talk to fire him at a lot. They come up to spot from from where we're looking at and the firemen will tell us some stuff every once in a while. And okay. Let me point people again. And we've been putting this up on all the Kevin meaning kid rock social media. There are lots of ways to help. Of course, you can donate to the Red Cross in money is always appreciated a node. The tendency is to donate things to shelters and everything. But a lot of the places that accept that am I right about this alley are all filled up Rossi already and a lot of people are bringing things to fire stations. And they've tried to make it abundantly clear, you're making more work for us. Now, please do not do that if anything to support L A F D dot org. They're the ones that are taking money for hydration kits. Basically, everything that their budget has kind of put the Nixon they're trying to get back for the firefighters out there. So that support L A F D dot org and people are being so kind and so nice, and they just want to help. Sometimes you're creating more of an issue, and you can text a nine zero nine nine nine. You can text see a wildfire. Here's C A wildfires to nine zero nine nine that's the American Red Cross if you want to just go that way, and that takes about five seconds to do. And of course, the American Red Cross has lots way, they can spend that money. Eddie will you keep in touch with Dave our producer? Let us know how you and your family are doing we'd like to. I'm going up and sometimes there's no phone service. And our goes out water goes out. So I I never know. But I'll definitely tell Dave. And thank you. Thanks for for looking out. Hopefully, you know, we know more property and homes burning and everybody stays safe. Yup. Fingers crossed Eddie, thanks for jumping on. We'll talk to you soon. My friend. Thank you. Bye..
Martin Sheen Found by News Crew After Son Charlie Reports Him Missing
"Now on the fires in California as actor Martin sheen has been found safe sleeping in his car. His son Charlie Sheen sent out a call for information on his dad and his mother on Twitter after they were among the hundreds of thousands of people who had to evacuate homes because of those wildfires burning in this case in southern California, a local TV station, located the elder sheen.
"martin sheen" Discussed on 94WIP Sports Radio
"Fast. Two birthdays mentioned in both today Gene turns seventy. Eight today now I I can't say I watched the show but my wife. Does so I've seen enough of it. That thing with lily Tomlin and, Jane Fonda he a big Gracie or something. Dead so Netflix shower one of those there's Martin sheen he's never stopped working anyways thank you can always count on the dude to like, be solid, and believable after two? Terms as the best president this country's ever had maybe maybe but you know what I'm glad you brought that up. Because that's what I think most people think of. When you think of. Martin sheen I think most people west wing. Comes to mind he's played the PR he's played the president in. Three. Different roles I think he was also in a mini series as. Jack, Kennedy okay and he was remember the other. One because you're the one stark He's the. In my opinion the greatest Stephen King movie ever based on a. Book. Of his bright dead zone Martin sheen plays a really analyze mind Politician who does end up while he's going to end. Up being president Christopher walking conceded future By the way Christopher walking in and romantic lead that never happened again he's like, my my DEA He's a romantic lead for like the first fifteen. Minutes you, look lovely tonight Of the. Move more cowbell, he's he's active romantic. Lead even in. The movie dead zone I think they're. They start editing it they go cheese let's let's move away from walking, lead and I think Martin, sheen actually played the chief of staff. Was Michael Michael Douglas's only American president which is they're. Saying writer as iron Aren't right correct there you, go and I think that's how Mark Was just around. The White House all the time Yet for a guy who's a last-second replacement, he's brilliant Apocalypse Now a much darker disturb everywhere and he's graded right from jump to when he has to. Have the breakdown at the beginning of the movie but. Mammy. Brings. Up like the idea of the typecasting okay yeah mourn sheen somehow got typecast in the. Role of? President or somebody in the White House who's it Michael sheen Right Tony Blair like six. Times so did name much mean you're going to end up playing presidents somehow someone forgot to inform. Charlie she gene He's doing pretty, well as you know presidents kid I would say. I think he's not not. Roll out of the park in. Life I think he's still I actually saw, there was something on Twitter today the claims he's gone bankrupt he only has fourteen million laugh I can't believe you're. Saying, it because I. I think Charlie Sheen still is the highest paid, sitcom star, ever like per episode for two and a. Half minute yeah, I think so things on like three different channels all. Day everyday like Seinfeld he made like a ton of money off I gotta admit that's one of the shows, I never got into I. It was just one of the worst pieces of crap I've ever seen it is never it's once. Sexual innuendo Early like. Someone who's never heard a that's what she, said joke like oh my God this is the most originally it's someone who's never heard edgy humor trying to right. There's, some sitcoms that. I just never got that's one of them I, never got, big bang theory I've never seen an an. Old man I, never saw two minutes I'm going to no big. Bang, theory if I bumped into walking down the street that is a television show I'm just that was my dad's Another birthday when I mentioned here John Wayne this. Turns sixty. Eight years old today No. Doubt animal house are you can, stop? Right there don't really demand main animal house right if he. Never did. Anything else think fortieth anniversary this year Was? Actually a couple of weeks ago okay he makes animal house Coming to America which is really good. Romantic. Comedy with Eddie Murphy Trading places which you can make, an argument is you know To me it's right. There with rocky as far as great movies based in Philadelphia I love. Trading places every second, it and it, holds, up great today if you. Watch it you don't go wow this thing is really dated and then of course, he made the, legendary three, amigo which..
"martin sheen" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot
"All the the illegals coming in and trump trump's zero tolerance policy to prosecute illegals but those are immigrants those are immigrants those are illegals yeah that's right come on now this whole controversy about what's been going on down at the board of the last few weeks that's got nothing to do with immigrants that's all about illegals they're not immigrants shoot come on now you know that we talk about that incessantly they're not immigrants there legals the big difference this this here hunger strike by alec baldwin and martin sheen they're going out of hunger strike because of immigrants there's nothing in this story about illegals didn't make sense to me that makes sense to me it's like all these people who were protests in this past weekend they're the same problem they were protesting because they didn't like the way the united states was treated immigrants and i i was asking myself the same thing over the weekend that i'm asking right now what do you mean how we treat immigrants what what story are you referring to trump's finally getting tough with illegals but those aren't immigrants you see that mean this crazy i got to hollywood guys here who don't like trump who are going on a hunger strike for twenty four hours by the way big deal a hungerstrike for twenty four hours that the best you can do that all you got alec baldwin could could afford could could use twenty four hours without food martin sheen don't know he's older now and how he's looking but alec baldwin's a big old dude he's big burly guy twenty four hour hunger strike might do him some good but i just i'm right to sleep confused the same old thing here again deja vu all over again a bunch of lives worked up about our policy toward immigrants i haven't seen really any hide nor hair of any story regarding our policy toward immigrants for a long long time the only issue that's been in the news is our policy toward illegals so i really don't know what these hollywood libs are talking about i just don't do you eight five five six four to fifty six hundred it's the damnedest thing to me the damnedest thing but it's always been this way it's always been this way the left's always been confused about this issue they seem to want everybody to be called an immigrant don't they right whether you came here legally early guessed it doesn't matter to them they just want everybody to be called immigrant object to that i do.
Senate Intel agrees with assessment that Russia meddled to help Trump
"Now i've got very important news to tell you stuff it's really gonna blow your mind alec baldwin and martin sheen are going on a twenty four hour hunger strike for oh oh no how will they ever make it through twenty four hours they're so dedicated to evergreens this is the thing that i saw today the real thing the people are talking about i should go on a twenty four hour hunger strike that actually fit into my bathing suits from last summer anyway goals hashtag goals hashtag dad body fight the big thing today and i saw this on fox it's getting a lot of attention to people are like oh gosh what does this all mean here's the the quick dirty the senate intel senate intel community committee has been looking at the findings of the intel community in the two thousand sixteen presidential election that quote the they weren't to help donald trump intelligence committee's findings were quote accurate on pouring according to an unclassified report and accompanying statement by the senate select committee on tolerance released tuesday so they are saying sure enough that russia wanted to help russia wanted to help trump in the election this is from the senate select committee on television they released this and they go into some stuff about the disputes between fbi cia and nsa i used to be a part of these disputes on different analytic products i i've been in the room i fought it out with people from different that stuff can get heated by the way you can imagine when some bureaucrat feels like the stakes are the national security interests of the united states you can get very passionate you can get very sanctimonious to in some of these interagency intelligence assessment meetings i remember things get real heated on some iraqrelated stuff back in the days you can imagine so looking at this now people are going to say oh gosh russia wanted to help trump here's the thing russia was trying to sow chaos russia was doing what it has been doing for decades this you can either make it sound like a really big deal or you can put it in the proper context which is this is a continuation of rough russian provocations against the us and a lot of other countries by the way stretching back for decades this is a way that they pursue with debut as their foreign policy interests by frying to show chaos in the electoral processes of other countries and chaos made me too strong a word just to try to gum up the works a little bit and to push those candidates that they feel like maybe you're more aligned with their interests in some ways on some others downplay or engage in propaganda against candidate but they've been doing this forever i wish they would teach kids in school about what the soviet union was really up to and it's ties to the communist party usa and all the different soviet agents in this country instead you get some five line paragraph about mccarthy was really bad and he did bad things and he lied about people it's like no mccarthy was actually mostly right alger hiss was a spy etcetera etcetera you go online you see that there were deep and very serious very senior penetrations of the united states governed by the communists and there are a lot of americans who were communist fellow travelers and working with the communist party that was a real thing and a very serious national security threat to us but that's not taught people don't know about it and.
"martin sheen" Discussed on LA Talk Radio Channel 1
"The last of its kind it was hunted by their own the bartolotta revive we will higher in buffalo which so sad we should know imbo bird the regular seven or some key yeah oh cutting except the deep cut larry i like it for whatever the other yours the token alien backed up to the human thing human audience in america relate to than they had to throw in the alien one doesn't make it found roundabout yeah i just of course the captain kerr whic doing where he has to do the role when he's fighting the goeran he must have done my twenty seven rawya we call though with rubber growing through kungfu drinking game oh it was i mean i then schattner showing off the bat i won't be bringing that back up because i have uh we have a guess joe estevez he's the uncle um to he's martin sheen is brother and charlie sheen blatter mueller estevez though he's going to be in a movie star william shatner and christopher lloyd and he was a gassed and so he couldn't tell me too much but he it's a movie called senior moments right and so i tried to talk about fraud said when i come back in the new year to promote the movie because there were shooting at in palm springs he said i'll tell you some stop he he talked a shot are he's gonna be sharing some shatner right out of shatters smile about his kirk roles about the roles he had to do so i'm so excited to hear about that leads to know this show is going to air i'm now roku because we gotta get some larry dr tracks in there you are the author of my gosh you do so much when i was reading are bio i said how the how do you not as much as larry larry true on as much larry he is on on through and i wanna know what we need to do a dna swab on have now right ibooks ira.
"martin sheen" Discussed on The West Wing Weekly
"Nice and i thought that there's no way that a coincidence that has to be a nice little nod to martin sheen young babyfaced martin sheen and did in his role in the tense malik cluckers movie very good movement we'll put up a picture of munching on the website at age thirty three and badlands it's great he looks like his sons yeah he looks great i love that movie martin sheen at thirty 33 it looked pretty sexy he was a sexy moldova his day and these still is ageing well if i might gum it certainly is bringing in the sexiest bartlett version of the president that we've seen so far who is your commanderinchief he are yes i love when sam finally does approach the president and interrupts his potential encounter with the first lady whom the press president says look measuring are and he call sam man right i love it it feels both unusual and not out of character by i really believe that this is something that he would say and it also like jumps out as something i don't think i've ever heard him say look in eta's often called offender yeah i also like at the end of that when uh sam is leaving the room and he says kind of conspiratorially steamer thank you i like ice front mr yes i'm glad that use that correctly and not i fronts which some people thinks from i do i like the in his preparation of what appears to be a martini he dabs of just a little bit of gin bind each year do like that to toby gets a a nice kiss from andy yes he does there are two kisses that are a little bit heartbreaking in this episode there's this and kiss from andy and excess yeah i know where you're going for the other and then amy gives a kiss two josh and bulldozer a little heartbreaking us crazy kids they just can't work it out but any it turns out has some reason for not wanting to get back together with toby that has absolutely nothing to do with anything about toby i mean she has reasons that have to do with toby as well but in in this moment her refusal to get married to him we discover has political motivations as well you mean because she wants to deal with the controversy yes is inviting the controversy of not from her own constituencies.
"martin sheen" Discussed on KARN 102.9
"Just call me a marlon brando and martin sheen and apocalypse now terminate will extreme prejudice did you ever watch hill street blues years and years ago saying i was all that stuff the desk sergeant turned gave the daily briefing before the officers went out into the field pekair for letter last senior always say don't go do to them for they do with us law that too negative that too okay daily wires is thankfully before both president trump and his 11yearold son barron trump america's first families well protected by the secret service though technology in coming years could make protecting the first family outside the white house a difficult task the new with that's about with the advancement of drone warfare where machines have increasingly become more autonomous scientists had become at begun urging the international community to issue bans on killer robots likes it which could have the capability of detecting facial recognition in issuing a fatal shots of the head without the use of remote control the call for the assassination of eleven year old barron trump comes just days after another isis group featured a propaganda image of beheaded pope francis on the telegram app last week i'm telling you you shut down the app and you get the ip addresses and you terminate these monsters these terrorist these jihadists with extreme prejudice you terminate demining buddy who else you get in your way of terminating them the threats do not necessarily mean a direct threat but rather a call the action the lone wolves that's a direct threat come on what do you mean there are mean a direct threat as the uk daily mail reports analysts have warned of a possible upsurge in isis attacks overseas following the collapse of their so called caliphate in the middle east the terror group typically uses such attacks as a means of exerting fear and making their influence felt at a time when their power is diminishing the diminishing power of isis cannot be understated under the leadership of president trump loosened restrictions on military leaders have enabled resistance forces to fight the caliphate full on culminating in last month's conquering of isis strongholds raka and the arizona four and that's all well and good and that's how i think that's great and i'm excited about it but i would especially like to here from malaria activeduty retired veterans reserve whatever.
"martin sheen" Discussed on The West Wing Weekly
"You're listening to the west wing weekly my name is rich she keisha way and mine is josh will molina this is a very special episode of blossom now and the west wing weekly we finally got to sit down with martin sheen and so we decided to celebrate let's give him his own episode the man deserves it and i were planning originally to pair are talk with martin with our own conversation about the season opener twenty hours in america but then we decided to make an executive decision and give the president his own episode of the podcast we hope you enjoy it we think you will thank you so much for finding time to speak with on the lighting we actually have some gifts for you you do we do every president has a challenge going and so he thought the present bartlett deserves one to home i so angry human look at them wild bart's army luck to you know someone did a survey on the show for all of our seven years and do you know with the most frequent phrase was hey how many deaths darkens legacy how often nearer ever saying damage you ever do an episode wedensday haters hate america now there's a lot of hair you're making hey are seven thank you for that treasure yet and here's another this is a lapel pin oh my thank you very much thank you we focus in on the word okay for i've always notice how much it's used in different context to mean different things the versatility that aren't sorkin found with were just the word okay yeah is blows me away god i we felt under the tutelage of of very special writer dan you feel that way absolutely but i thought i knew are for a long time before west wing i weasel my way in through my friendship with him you must have known in my guest prior to this you did the american president american pride you spend much time with him during that process or to hardly any at all had the feeling of yeah and when he called me for the west wing i was in ireland.
"martin sheen" Discussed on KBOI 670AM
"What i wanted to do i wanted it might amount of first month but i mean it was in the first year i i wanted to charter a book yes and put a bunch of homeless people round them up here in los angeles and drive them the malibu because this is what martin sheen said he wanted to do and i was discouraged from doing this by my syndication partners because of potential uh litigation if any of the homeless on my chartered bus had gotten injured i would be liable they they they they may ran in there's a don't do this you can talk about doing it but don't actually charter bus and put bahamas on you don't know who's gonna end up in the bustling i didn't do it i mean it would made johnny carson did a a week's worth of stuff on with a eventually this guy is martin sheen okay appearing as a guest on the tab us smiley shell monday on pbs liberal actor martin sheen claimed the united states is to blame for causing so many immigrants to leave central american countries and travel with the us as he complained about past interventions in some of those countries he concluded are looking at what we have wrought my friends i do not make this up i know these people like every square inch of my glorious naked body not just the back in my hand i know them i know what they think i know what they're going to think before they realized i don't know where they're gonna do sheens comments came during a discussion after a host have a smiley brought up trump's reason decision to end the daca program that benefits young illegal immigrants after she in commented that it is important to defend these young people the pbs host suggested there's hatred for illegal immigrants and he said take me back i want to just oppose or have you juxtaposed for me martin.
"martin sheen" Discussed on KARN 102.9
"Solidarity with the homeless though what i wanted to do i wanted it might amount of the first month but i mean it was at the first year i i wanted to charter a bus and put a bunch of homeless people around him up here in los angeles and drive them to malibu because this is what martin sheen said he wanted to do and i was discouraged from doing this by my syndication partners because of potential uh litigation if any of the horrible so my chartered bus had gotten injured i would be liable they they they they may ran in there's a dull do this you can talk about doing it but don't actually charter bus and put the homeless out you don't know who's gonna end up on the bus so i didn't do it i mean it was made johnny carson did a a week's worth of stuff on myth of answered this guy is martin sheen okay appearing as a guest on the tab us smiley shell monday on pbs liberal actor martin sheen claimed the united states is to blame for causing so many immigrants to leave central american countries and travel with the us as he complained about past interventions in some of those countries he concluded we're looking at what we have wrought my friends i do not make this up i know these people like every square inch of my glorious naked body not just the back of my hand i know them i know what they think i know what they're going to think before they realized i don't know where they're going to do sheens comments came during a discussion after a host tabas smile a brought up trump's recent decision the in the daca program that benefits young illegal immigrants after she in commented that it is important to defend these young people the pbs host suggested there's hatred for illegal immigrants and he said take me back i want to just two polls or have you juxtaposed for me martin the hatred that you had to endure when you started out as an actor all those years ago and the name arch ramon he's brought loan estevez and that name ramon estevez didn't serve your so wealthy add to changes him to martin sheen a change name to shame because he like bishop gene yeah one of his sons amelio is that chart where is that the over one the other one i'm having a mental block anyway they are.
"martin sheen" Discussed on Radio Atlantic
"And the show itself was captivated by martin sheen charisma and the character of judge bartlett it was entrenched by the tow temic charismatic leader figure it so much so that their aaron slogans live abandon that original you know you've got some waukesha in there but it was fully within the prism of the charismatic leader told him vigor well it's also kind of a time capsule to right i mean the west wing is in many ways hawkins love letter to paul american politics and yet if you had to show called the west wing now it would look a lot more like game of thrones i just think it was kind of of a time in place we've changed i mean this present administration is change all of our ideas about sort of the work behind the scenes the harmony or the feeling of all in it togetherness that was very much a hallmark of previous administrations or so we were led to believe the west wing and this west wing is is really the polar opposite of all of that and the sort of higher aspirations held by the president or his staff members just seemed to be woefully has two particular moment i don't mean to poop all over what's happening in government but it's a it's a different time hop i would also say that the west wing might be as much of a work of fantasy of thrones is totally there the dragons are much less they take humanshaped can i say that i've been watching a show that is new but i think equally relevant in this particular moment it's called ozark as a show on net flex its stars jason bateman and laura linney jason bateman is an accountant whose partner they he has been laundering money for mexican drug cartels and does something wrong and his forced to relocate to the ozarks where he is tasked with laundering hundreds of millions of dollars for the cartel or else.
"martin sheen" Discussed on The Rewatchables
"I don't know why martin sheen couldn't do this i feel like he's done boston accents in the back in the maybe it's just too old which is really why are the drugs from 'apocalypse now being ravaged as brain at what happens god to kill israeli botched it and they almost would have been a better off just using a local like lenny clark there's this show on that flex right now called ozark in there is at the actor in ozark was very good seems pure moen he was on top of the league he's an awesome actor but i i'm pretty sure that something happened with his accent on the show because every time he's talking they cut to a reaction shot someone else on their dubbing at eight feels like it is the theory i almost think they should have done this from martin sheen and are the hangdog martin sheen acting but then his suzy starts cut talking the cut cut to another actor being like okay martin sheen and get doj gene knee in there to do as accident there's a lot of people could have played that role to wasn't like it was that important of a role i think he's very very paternal eddie's loving a he has a go certain warmth that most of the other characters in this movie lack vera firm yuga she can acquit on it yes so i'm not gonna at least she admitted she was robert in the beginning she she really brings it india and then she just kind of she thinks criticism is to be like hamnes smashed a glass and the side of your we're gonna go bar of there get eightball really and then nicholson i dunno i it deserves no it even know what accent he's going to be one of a larger conversation match i don't want to save a little bit later okay i don't know what accent he was going for that lorries playing he's basically playing weighty bolger yes he's playing this katie grew up in the streets of boston and became boston's biggest crime lord he refuses to wear red socks at.
"martin sheen" Discussed on Gilbert Gottfried's Amazing Colossal Podcast
"One movie had f maria abraham and martin sheen he did one uh with the a baby face nelson with see thomas how he had charles bronson in one of them a yacht a he he but you see it was he would make a string of them they hit there i think godfather had come out and he was trying to cash in on that kind of a mafia that guy thing and he did dillon churn capone he did babyfaced nelson he just hack them all out oil st valentine's day massacre twenty uses twenty days was a lot of work i mean if if you could if if he give gave you twenty days to do a movie that was a lot faraj by the end interns were being the sound men roger would go away any links to cut a corner do you know the story clint we had him on the show with gilbert yu you bring this up which was the was at the terror where he had the sets built he was going to play tennis it rained and and yeah any figured well i'll make a movie and boris karloff owes me a few hours of or instead of instead of playing tennis because of inclement weather he decided to knock a movie out a couple of days because he thought he had an actor he could get for free probably or less uh you know that roger was he tell roger listen god bless him i mean he gave he he has opened the door for so many people in the business sure but i was around three three major players and i'm not going to say who they are except one of them is my brother.
"martin sheen" Discussed on The West Wing Weekly
"Hi how we're back with more the west wing weekly i'm josh will molina my name's risheh keisha way and today we're talking about season three episodes thirteen it's called night five it was written by erin soreq and it was directed by christopher missy misiani out and at first aired here we go again on february six two thousand into this episode was submitted for consideration for an emmy nomination for martin sheen was admitted for a emmy nomination for richard schiff and it was also part of the package that one the west wing outstanding drama her i wouldn't have submitted it for any of those would you have this fine episode is it a particularly is it the paragon of west wing episodes is it a an extraordinary example of martin sheen her richard shifts work it is pretty hard to pick i wouldn't pick this one for toby maybe i'm with you on that i did like martin gene's performance in the south of the actor both grade i mean they're always great yeah but a a jumping right in i specially liked the delivery of uh his exchange at the beginning with adam arkan who returns as stanley key worth when he says trash was shot may two is are we can't sleep howard are now spur point thank you the way he says thank you at the end i really like lackey's cantankerous i mean he's cranky fairly probably because he hasn't slept my overall take away from the epa said was that i hope that stanley has some clients who value his skills have respect for his profession because a judging sold from the president and josh lyman.
"martin sheen" Discussed on On Being with Krista Tippett
"And krista ticket indices on being today with martin sheen his breakthrough row came in terrence malik badlands then while filming his starring role in francis ford coppola's apocalypse now in the philippines in nineteen seventy seven he experienced a health breakdown and an existential crisis discontinued as he travelled to india to work on the film 'gandhi deep it's interesting to me how you're film projects and near acting projects they also at ono fits that they converged with where you are personally or maybe it's this thing of not choosing your life but living and it seems like where what are you you are working with whatever your life experiences and for you that life experience included these these film projects and these dramatic roles which took you if have yourself or to alert you often should that if i knew going in what awaited me on the park ellipse i would have passed around here but since i went through that experience i wouldn't change it for the world because it brought made to myself in ways that maybe nothing else could have at the time i survived a physical it'll nasa but i didn't know if i could have survived a spiritual crises and that made it real clear how much was at stake so via between apocalypse and gandhi there were about four years yeah and they were years of reflection and alcohol abuse and insecurity in anger and resentment and um a near breakup with my family.