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"matt grain" Discussed on Everything's Coming Up Simpsons

Everything's Coming Up Simpsons

07:04 min | 4 months ago

"matt grain" Discussed on Everything's Coming Up Simpsons

"Hi molly girts. And i'm julia prescott rally playing field the extra mile award at the log tape here. We are beautiful. You are wondering what happened to them. After the final podcast. This is where you find out Where we've been for the last ten years even though it's actually just one week after credits last burst of a scene tag in the marvel movie blah blah blah l. Jackson joke insert here. We're here from the other side. Why do i immediately go to. We have died and now we are goes. I think that in a way we have died away. You know we've we've been reborn as different. Podcast names where we've been phoenix. You rises from the ashes and now we reflect on all of the amazing time and how long it's been and where you're just going to go through a little nostalgia fast. Yeah and you know. Listen if you guys have listened to this podcast since the beginning you've heard us wax on about how much we love each other and how grateful we are for this podcast and all the projects that have come out of it like our book in all that fun stuff. You've heard us talk about it but you know what we're sentimental bitches we're going to check out again and had attitude mr. You need to calm down. Yeah i mean. I know we both feel this way. But i'd be remiss in not having this little epilogue moment because even though our last episode with guest matt freaking greening was pre. Pick a young upstart with a bright future ahead of him. I know the podcast started with us. Am baby it's going to end with us. So i love us book ending this not true book and but you know what i mean having this moment to kind of just have it be the people who make this show go around. We don't don't care about those guests really. We only care about each other very true. I have never cared about a guest. And i never will care about a guest. My only have care for julia. That's nice listeners. Yeah well since last week. Was our big epic matt greening episode any reflections alley on how that was received. There are a lot of people saying lovely things online. Not sure you saw any of it. I know you said i saw it. Yeah so much time had passed since we recorded it and when it was released and that is evident industry and shot that. I took us. Because i have mittens on in the dead of summer right now at the time of recording. My hairy weirdly is the same. I did that on purpose. Saying yeah met my. We're really yeah. They were saying best in the business and then and then parentheses. Allies hairs good to honorable mention as well. It feels like a very simpson's thing to add a parenthetical to accomplish exactly sense Yeah so we need. That map is going to be our final episode and we had always aspired to have on the show especially since the two of us in apparently have gotten to briefly had encounters with him and he's always been very favorable. It was always so funny to me. anytime run into him at like a simpson's thing I would say like oh. Hey how's it going. She's like. I'll do your podcast. One day i'll do it. I'll do it and it's just like i wasn't even going to say anything. But he but he. He knew he just knew that. It's kind of like. I think there's a level of just like i'm gonna get on the jim. I'm going to go to the gym. Duet going to do what's best for everybody. And do your fucking podcast. I don't remember who reflected on this in our little. Wrap up after interview. But i think both of us were just so happy about how long he wanted to chat and now you know it seems like he just had a really kind of fun experience for him getting to talk about the show and talk about his life and like talk about stuff in a way that maybe you know in the past has been a little irksome or overnight and it felt nice and exciting and It's a podcast that even if we were not the hosts i feel like i would love to listen to so the fact that we got to be the host of the show made it that much cooler and yeah it was really awesome. I'm really proud of our great need to. Yeah that was always the headline message when people asked like. Oh my god. Because we've course both posted being millennials We had to immediately go to instagram posts. A screen shot of us. Interviewing young upstart matt graining Months ago when it happened but when people ask me about it like how was that interview and you know what kind of stories whatever. My first headline comment was like. We were with him for three hours. Doesn't include an actual comment on my feeling about how it went but you to get that in like we were so eager to sit with him as long as possible. We would have gone on four or five six hours if he had requested ordered in. Some post mates figured it out. He was so generous with his time. And i think it's true to what you said. Allie of like. It's you know remarkable that he wanted to talk about his life and probably was happy to in that setting even if like you his tone was grievous in wanting to come on the podcast You know i. It was so great to have him. Just be there and providing all of those different stories that you don't you know we usually hear from him or have like a footnote in a wikipedia page. Kind of thing. Yeah and it was cool. Our first time that we learned that matt granting listens to our podcast at all was win. Nancy cartwright came on our show and told us that matt had like recommended doing our show and it that was like very much an exciting and cool moment that was probably like halfway through our run and it was just this really cool like wait. What like first of all. Nancy is going to do our show. And then you she heard about it from the guy. Yeah she heard about it from homer's dad that's crazy since then. He has said that it's been fun for him to listen to the podcast. Because you know he spent all of this time with so many of these writers of course but even he's hearing stories that he had never really gotten to here before from them which is a really cool thing in..

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"matt grain" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

06:21 min | 10 months ago

"matt grain" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"Bath cabinets with the directions design centers of 146 Street and River Road or endorse Shave. Lynn Drexel. I Dot com I met Bear Follow us on Twitter for instant traffic updates. W IBC traffic So we are following this winter storm winter storm warning, in effect for all of the WBC listening area travel advisory in effect for Marion County that was effective about 5 P.m. one hour and 45 minutes ago until 5 a.m. tomorrow. Do not be out unless you absolutely have to be out. And if you have to be out, please, Please be careful. Make sure you've got a lot of gas in your car because it's gonna take a lot longer for you to get from point A to point B. Pack a blanket gloves, hat, all that kind of stuff if you have to be out Right now we've got 13 degrees. Wind chill of minus six of the American Standard Heating weather Center at 93. W E. B C. You're listening to the Hammer and Nigel Show www i P. C 36 years ago On this very date, 1985 Breakfast club was released hit theaters. Anthony Michael Hall, Amelia West of S. Judd Nelson, Molly Ringwald, Aly Sheedy, That was the go to movie. For the 19 eighties. If you're telling me you have to pick a movie that sums up the eighties. I think I'm picking the breakfast club now. Producer Kurt, you're substantially younger than I am. Have you ever seen the breakfast club was? Let's say no. I've never seen the break. Never seen the breakfast. All right, so fine. Your assignment between now and the next time you work with us, I want to sit down and watch the breakfast club. So if I have to stay here tonight, because the weather I got something to watch right and just charge it to Jeffs. Millions accounts. Rent it on demand. I'm sure it's available. Hey, won't have any problem with that at all 36 years ago today, the breakfast club was released. There's a lot of eighties movies they would make you say, Yeah, that's eighties Dirty dancing. Top gun Footloose. Somewhere. Boss Hawks of head just spun around, but it feels like the breakfast club. If you're asking me to name a movie that encompasses all things eighties, it's that one. Um Chris Farley would have been 57 years old today. He ODed on a speed ball back in 1997. Chris Farley would have been 57 years old today. I love Chris Farley. I am 35 years old. I am divorced and I live in a van down by the river. Would have been 57. If you grew up watching like the Farley movies or him on SNL, you have to watch Adam Sandler's tribute to Chris Far away. Adam Sandler did a Netflix special and he went on tour and he has this song dedicated to Chris Farley. And it's a really emotional song. It's not really like a wacky Funny song. It's ah, heartfelt tribute to Chris Farley not gonna lie. Here. Almost wells up in my eye watching Sandler do that. Um, Alex Borstein is 50 now you might not know the name, but I know you know the voice. She's the lowest Griffin on family guy, and she also has a part in the Marvelous miss my cell, but you can find on the streaming services. Do you know the name Christopher McDonald. Christopher McDonald is 66 years old. I know him best as shooter, McGavin and happy Gilmore. You're gonna beat me Go! Yeah. You're on. Big trouble, though, pal. I eat pieces of shit like you for breakfast. You eat pieces for breakfast? No, no. Christopher McDonald is 66 Matt Graining, the creator of The Simpsons and Futurama. He is 67. Today, he actually named one of the sons Homer. And the sister's name is ELISA. I did not know this. This is a true story. The creator of The Simpsons actually named one of his sons, Homer and the sister, his named ELISA. And if you're asking me to name some of the greatest TV characters of all time It's hard not to have a conversation. That doesn't include Homer Simpson do will go because off and solution to all of life's problems and 23 years ago today on this date, 1998 Dale Earnhardt won his first And on Lee Daytona 500 last night. A lot of people didn't stay up to watch it. They thought it was gonna be rained out. But Michael McDowell, McDowell's Cleo McDowell's Queens Boulevard make some noise. McDowell won the Daytona 500. So here's what's gonna happen the next couple of hours. It's going to get pretty Pretty fugly. Okay, you might see the most intense snow yet. Starting at around 7 P.m. sometime between seven and 11. After midnight. The snow will eventually stop taper off and the temperature is going to completely bottom out. So again if you have to go anywhere tonight, please make sure your gas tank is full. Make sure you have survival kit, But I would highly recommend that you do not go anywhere tonight. We will be back here tomorrow at three o'clock. Tony Katz is gonna have everything you need to know. In the morning. Matt Bear is going to be in the WBC traffic center. For producer Kurt Gerald's for Stan Lear. For Abdul and the Amazing Matt Bear Call 1888 farmers to switch and you could save an average of $470 on your auto insurance..

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"matt grain" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

07:30 min | 11 months ago

"matt grain" Discussed on KGO 810

"I'm feeling good, except for them in the sin Congress despite opposition already causing discord, Eh, guys? Just spotted Bernie Sanders sitting in a folding chair on my front lawn, and I didn't have a camera with me. Or you really You really realize how many people have Photoshopped when you see that Bernie Sanders mean going everywhere when my shows up in my family, and you know when nobody's particularly technologically gifted? It's crazy. I know. I know a dude hashtag feel the MIM. You know what I'm saying? I love it. I love it. Well, I'm this is the new hoax. Well, it is. It's folksy. Um Tell me what? Tell me what we have to look forward to Michael in the world of streaming and the world of movies and television. Well, you know what? Let's just kick off with TV. Throw a curveball here. I've been watching a couple of really entertaining shows on Netflix dropped this past week or so on. We'll just kick it off with Lupin. And you may recall that I was praising a Japanese animated feature called Lupin three. The third, which was the latest in a very long line of entertaining stories about AH character, ostensibly a French character, Despite this being a Japanese project Who is the great, I guess. The grandson of the gentleman thief, Lupin from French literature. And as great as that is, Guess what Here comes a live action show inspired by the same character. Uh, From France, starring the Wonderful Omar Sy of the Intouchables on by the actress Ludivine Sagnier, which I Love and Omar Sy plays a senator's son of a Senegalese immigrant. Who decides confronting his various circumstances Economic and social that he's going to follow in the footsteps of the gentleman Thief of literature. And start getting what's his and episode One includes a I don't want to spoil it, but ah, heist at the movie house that I mean, Yeah, I I watched it and it is great. I mean, well, you know, I like a caper. So this is a This is a big one. As Michael says, Ah, heist at the loop. I mean, maybe the most famous museum in the world. Great stuff on Delmar size one of the most charismatic actors in the world. He's this is a wonderful vehicle for him. Okay, switching gears a little bit just to repeat. It's called Lupin. And it's on Netflix. Okay, now going to switch this one more Netflix show and this is familiar ground, but I'm still onboard disenchantment. This is the third Syriza's created by Matt Graining after some shows called The Simpsons and Futurama, and it's the first to be serialized storytelling ideal for binging. Essentially, it's a takeoff on fairy tales and fantasy kingdoms minus the happily ever after on, plus the snarky gags. This is the third series or the third season. Disenchantment that just dropped and the voice cast is aces with Abby Jacobson from Broad City as the show's anti heroin bean, a k A Princess TBD, the hard drinking brawl in reluctant heiress to the throne of dreamland, You get Nat Faxon as L foe and elf who lusts after Bean. And Eric Andre from comedy Central. And a lot of other cool stuff as Lucy who was this loud ish, hard partying demon from hell who latches on to being an elf? Oh, for kicks and cause he doesn't really miss those uncomfortably hot fire pits down below Sharon Horgan from catastrophe, please. Beans, villainous Mother, Queen Dagmar. It's I. I enjoyed it immensely. If you're expecting the Simpsons or Futurama, they look like those characters in terms of their design style. But that's about the only similarity again. This is other than them being rollicking. I enjoyed this enchantment. Disenchantment on Netflix. Yes, okay. So let's move toward movies. If we may. You know, I am a big fan of Steve McQueen, who is the director of 12. Years of Slave Shame, which was a wonderful vehicle for Carrie Mulligan and Michael Fassbender and very racy and widows, which was a heist movie that McQueen did. British director screenwriter, and he has done a syriza of five movies in the anthology form on Amazon called small Acts and these air based on the real life experiences of London's West Indian community between 1969 and 1982. All of these many movies or whether they're actually in most cases movie lent their directed and co written by McQueen. I'll tell you what I'd like to know they're all worth your time, but I'd like to recommend two of them. For starters, Lovers rock is about a guy and a girl who meet at a reggae house party in 1980 in west London. At one of what I presume are many similar parties. They each came to the party with friends. She with the fellow Good girl he with his rowdy pals, and they meet There, and the movie has an ensemble of really memorable characters. Great atmosphere that intensifies as the party on screen revs up and wonderful period. Reggae lovers. Rock is fun. Red, white and blue is more of a dramatic character study. But based on the true story of Leroy Logan and award winning author who was an officer in the London Metropolitan Police founded the Black Police Association and attempted to reform the force. Lenny was the educated son of an immigrant who had dealt with police prejudice in his neighborhood. So Dad's pretty freaked out when Lenny decides to leave his scholarly job and join the police force to affect change from within, despite force having a minority initiative. It isn't easy for Lenny, who was a noble guy and very well played by John Boyega. Of the more recent Star Wars movies, Hey, was also star of Attack The block, which is a wonderful low budget, sci fi film and Lenny encounters bad old systematic systemic racism within the force Red, white and blue and Lovers rock. They'll get you started on small acts if you're interested So are you wrapping up now? Or do you involve another? Well? Hell no, The way you stop there. I just kind of like you want to give you a brief? I'm giving you a breather Mark selection right through to the eighties form. Sorry. His lover's rock. True to the eighties. For many Do you see a lot of things? There's a lot. Yeah, Yeah, There's a lot of that hipster bread, and there's a little bit about Jamaican music. Yeah, it's got that flavor. I mean, it Z. I watch it. Enjoy it. All right, MLK, By the way, I just want to thank Brad for not going. He's a general is a true true lovers rock..

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"matt grain" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

02:52 min | 1 year ago

"matt grain" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"DH. Finally, Matt Graining titled his cartoon The Simpsons because he thought it was funny tohave the word simp short for simpleton in the name of speaking of perhaps overestimating the communiqu value of Simpson Still, Wow, a monster segment here. About $50 Fine for me for killing Dan, The Duke Davis. I'm really sorry about that. Dance that a boy. Did you have a nickname? What's yours, Nick? There's another fine. You just say, Dan instead of Doug dogs, Dude, what are you doing home Going to be a huge party when we finally get to have parties again. How much do I owe Duke? What is your nickname? Nothing that's really ever stuck over the the ones you'd expect. Downtown Dougie fresh. I'll be your Doug. You know that. It doesn't not the ones that I would expect downtown. Don't know. Difference Downtown downtown Dug down down tour. We're not the same there, not one. It's two separate ones. Downtown downtown Dougie Brown, Dougie fresh, different, right, But neither of these like your you are a pillar of radio update greatness, neither of these visually fundamentally spiritually our nicknames that suits you. What would do you think is nothing has stuck kind of over the years. They've all you had to get downtown dog Brown when you were younger. Yes. Okay. Yes. Yes, Doug E Fresh is old too. How old is Dougie? Fresh? Well, we can make fun of you. We have become this radio show. I'm just mocking him about where the show know that talks about Kerry Strug. And no one on the way separates for that is when it came up. Also. Still, he said, you would know. He said that you would know that the conversation started and I'm like, Why would Doug E? Fresh? No. That just to clarify also Kerry Strugg still alive. Thank you, my monster. Fine. Thank you. Doug. This is what keeps happening around here. That's the maximum fine. It's been I deserve it. I totally deserved. I did not mean to kill Dan the due date. Maybe you should apologize to him. I can't apologize and on Is he still alive? Oh, do you have a number for the Duce? Dollar fine. That's you know, It's very nice something.

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"matt grain" Discussed on Nerd On! The Podcast

Nerd On! The Podcast

05:52 min | 1 year ago

"matt grain" Discussed on Nerd On! The Podcast

"Dating. And then after that, they got engage after they got married and then I'm just like. If I never. I. Never made that thing which you would never have been together but you don't even remember me. You're you were the Calvin Klein. With. A minute. Here's my rebuttal. Whole thing is that. I could maybe understand that maybe they don't. Remember the kid that they spent a week with that. Got Them Together. However, it was established in the beginning film. The rain remember very vividly details about how they got together and fell in. Love. So she's not a slacker on her memory I. also argue that if you were to show me the spitting image or a picture of someone who helps me and my wife get. Together such as kid looking identical and being named the same thing. I would also remember you also can't tell me that biff doesn't remember the guy who ruined his car even though when he's old biff, he remembers the manure in the car and everything this. Also the guy that punched him when he was already knocked out well, who he chased around the school like I. Love. San But like too many to. Would remember the weird kid who he hit with his car because that's like a weird insurance thing you know almost committed vehicular manslaughter I want to also add to There's a thing that they introduced to this film which I think is a really cool mechanic called like I called it like time echoes or time totems where the picture right get phases away as Mariella starts losing his connection to the future. What does he tell Lorraine and George? Hey if you have a kid and he said that during the street, he burns the carpet. So obviously that should happen. So they've remembered you remember I remember a piece of vice but I don't remember who said it. But I'M GONNA make sure I do it because it happened and so. You. Don't remember the guy who fucking crashed the night you fell in love with a weird ask Guitar Solo and literally brought the room to a standstill. I would tell that story for years every kidding in that school would remember that story also, he was no longer in school after the dance. Or happened to the kid so you would probably have it would probably be a little. It's a little bit more as that weird kid who got us together and like disappear off the face of the earth and like aggressively. If anything, I would almost think that George would have. Been like Oh my God that was the alien I also would argue that lorraine when telling the story would be like well, this Guy Marty did take me to prom I but I ended up going home with your father too many Josh. Say just reporting what he said it's not. A It's a wonderful gesture by do like actually how Matt graining did it and Futurama, and Futurama just became his GRANDPA. Cut Cut the loop because to him time is in that world time is not linear. Genetically he has his grandma, right? Yeah. But she and her journal time isn't linear. It's it's it's certainly Be his own GRANDPA still exist as opposed to like. Yeah Anyway. that's that the qualms. No. Here's the thing though it doesn't bother me suspension of disbelief. So remember them it's fine, right? Yeah. There is some the suspension of disbelief is real strong already going back right? There is. There are some continuity errors here and there, but again, that doesn't break the film for me but. Charity put the cup down the Libyan's bothered me a little I. Don't know I can't do that. They were blamed out in like jewelry. I don't know what it was. Over in Gami. particularly. cartoony. which made the violence feel less violent. which may be needed to be for a family film right? I mean also no blood either it's a sixteen year old kid who's just witnessing an old. During that time. Yeah. Warfare like for the time it would have been like Chinese Russians or you know what? I mean like it would have been like it wouldn't have been better if it was any other like they would have picked a race or group, right? Yeah. The one that we were at war with during one thousand, nine, hundred. Yeah. It's caricatures. It's it's like Russian red and yellow yellow fear wherever the hell you call it. Yeah Yeah. Just, stick to Nazis. Feels, that's always easy for me. The thing it's got to played out so much. Bad of history. Yeah. Like they're just unequipped evil. Thank you. You hate them. Okay. So No. Qualms now we get to the rating dating. So you guys hash it out and just do since. There's so many of US stood alphabet. All right Allie Caitlin Tom. mine's five, loom five from Ali. Five from Ali, go ahead, Kaelin Kaelin. Into Five. Okay five PAS. Affect. Our audio listeners like that Josh Five. Okay. Wow. It's a four five. Four five I'm sitting pretty at A. Just, a five. So actually you were right. Now. We're right. Right, technically, but I was bound by the rules of the game so. This. It's like spider verse. So nerd on nation I feel like we're GONNA have to like discuss. Thought I was going to be the ground CAITLYN become you ping. That like all of us go..

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"matt grain" Discussed on The Big 98

The Big 98

01:57 min | 1 year ago

"matt grain" Discussed on The Big 98

"Was from a planet. Well, his his earth home was Smallville. Okay, neither. I knew that show. But okay, let's go to the morgue. A number to these. There are questions about Eddie's generation, which Honestly, she hasn't a little harder because sometimes she was even alive for this stuff to care For. At least you've been alive during her stuff. Doesn't matter. It doesn't matter. And I still suck at this game. So ready. Morgan, already Theo, Vanessa, Rudy and Denise were all names of the kids on what eighties TV show. Theo, Vanessa, Rudy and Denise. Here is the theme song to the show. We're looking at the sky trying to feel like you're going to see what's happening in the credits right now, hoping something kind of pops in my head. You know, it's not what you think. Saved by the bell. Incorrect Eddie. You can steal. I know it, but I don't know if I should say it's The Cosby show that he also makes the South Park reference in that no more Get over to you right, which television series created by Matt Graining made its debut in 1989. It's the longest running Siri's in the United States. In 1989. Nothing else. You got nothing else for me. I'll play you. Two seconds of the theme should be proud of yourself. All right, Teo.

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"matt grain" Discussed on Beam Me Up: A Star Trek Podcast

Beam Me Up: A Star Trek Podcast

10:41 min | 2 years ago

"matt grain" Discussed on Beam Me Up: A Star Trek Podcast

"I like it I like it. Yeah well you know speaking of Reicher one of the things we like to do is we actually are kind of our character. Spotlights character ashes spotlights. Well this is a Reicher centric episode. Let's talk about Reicher for today before we get to them though. Do you WanNa talk about the two main Klingons that we encountered as well The first one captain Carjon played by Christopher Collins. Now he's not a name that a lot of people are we're going to know and if you go to most fan conventions they're not gonNa know that name really either is important to me though because he is actually mostly known for being a stand up comedian. Oh which is a part of my my past. Now we lost him back. In nineteen ninety four at the age of forty four to a brain hemorrhage so his career is relatively short lived comparatively apparently speaking certain but he is also important to the world of Star Trek because he has a handful of notable credits. He does come back on Star Trek a few more times. But he's a different Character each time as happens with a lot so we'll see him once more next generation. We'll see him a couple of times in the S.. Nine if we watch those episodes I don't even I'm not sure we're GONNA watch those or not but Yeah I just realized something like it's a lot easier for these actors to come back. Even they come back in different roles normally in a TV show. You wouldn't be able to do that right but I think the fact that so many of these characters are from foreign races is which means. They're usually fairly very heavily makeup. Ter- costumed lake. It makes it a lot easier for them to to bring back doctors in different roles. In fact there was actually a part with carjon where I was where I was watching it to to that point Where I was going we is that the guy who plays Martin? WHO's another Klingon that will meet later on in the corner of our run here played by J G Hertzler? Wait is that him a kind of sounds like him. I don't think so. Oh and then say oh no. It's not him at all but it's yeah you're right because that's and that's part of the fun I think of. Why do these characters spotlights because you you know it's like Oh? I didn't know that that guy was also the same guy who did that. Way As we're kind of just now getting Matt into a spot where you've seen enough track and we're GONNA GONNA start with next generation of going. Hey the guy who played this guy. Played that guy on that episode over there. And you're you're start making those connections and it's just fun so we're getting there we're getting the relaying the groundwork for that now Chris Collins Also this sort of stands out to me as a child of the eighties is the vote. He does a lot of voice over his voice actor he was the Voice of Cobra Commander for Gi Joe. Really and he was the voice of star screen for transformers. Well those voices I know but those captures. Here's one you might know as well. He was also the original voice of Mr Burns in the simpsons and Mo- in the simpsons as well but he was he was actually eventually fired from the simpsons in the words of Matt graining for being a male body parts but Yeah so that's Chris Collins. Now playing Lieutenant Klag was Brian. Earl Thomson not a name. You're probably going to know kind of an intermittent in Oregon actor. He gets. Maybe I dunno to one or two roles a year and then he takes a couple years off kind of thing. WE'RE NOT GONNA get on next generation but like Collins. He does make a several more appearances through through space nine enterprise and even in the movie star Trek Generations. Oh He's the guy we're gonNA see again all right Our main cast spotlight today though. Our Very Own Commander William Reicher Aka. Jonathan frakes yes. This is a name you should. Oh now I always wondered how to pronounce actually I in the credits. I'm like how did you to pronounce it. What was the thing but the the simplest seems to be frakes with that? Just doesn't sound right. Necessarily I want to try to make it fancy like fracas case sure wasn't Jonathan. You're jumping yes. Jonah Klingon clear the Clintons now frakes also to me is a special the guy because he and I are birthday buddies. ooh On cinema. Happy Birthday tweet every August. Has He ever responded. Never once not okay. Everyone's we by the way also share our birthday with one. Mr Gene Roddenberry Interesting so I was born to be a trek fan or something you would think so. Yeah now. Jonathan frakes often known to his fellow actors simply as frakes camp. That's that's typically how they referred to him by his last name now frig says a few other acting credits to his his name before track. Obviously this was his big break now. Last week we talked about the beard growing the beard. He is rarely ever seen without some SORTA facial hair today. Like this is just part look. It has continued. He is definitely much older. Now what is it. What are we almost forty years Thirty forty two years past when he's got a little bit of age on them but he's still looks great. There's an upcoming series called Star Trek Card. That's getting ready to debut in just a few weeks from when we heard this. So there goes our evergreen rating for the show Ha today but anyway he makes a return in that You know playing frakes. Hey spoiler alert. They don't die. I at least that that most of the bridge cast does not die. Most most does you've taught I mean for for special reasons like you know Tasha Yar but they went out of the contract contract right. Yeah Right. Yeah but they they. Yeah they don't die or or gates McFadden you know. She's she's out of the show now but that was a die. That was just wrote the show. Oh yeah and so But you know so so there's frakes Now Franks is also one of only two star trek actors to appear in four four different Star Trek series while the other is major roddenberry who actually appeared in five really mostly voice because she is the voice the Federation computer but she you know she has. She does her appearance obviously she did Nurse Chapel in the original one in the original series as well frakes frakes has also done voice acting as well like a lot of people do most notably. I think we talked about this last week. On gargoyles the Tim v Show is David Santos toaster. Whatever his name is is basically the bad guy in Gargoyles The the human right and then he also claimed also appeared on family. Guy Like several times as commander Reicher I I do know. Yeah the the they have star Trek Up. So yeah yeah so they they did that by the way Seth McFarland Greater family huge trekkie. I Lina you. And he's one of those guys when we get to the. I don't know if we're going to get to his episode. But he makes us like a like a cameo does Kinda type than we'll be Goldberg. Eventually he goes on to make his own space. TV show that. I that basically is star Trek. I I kind of assumed trek fan right. Yeah he's he's huge so anyway so there's that now Franks frakes not Franks phrase is also a big trombone players. Well we often talk about these guys have musical abilities. He's a trombone player. It is featured in several episodes of next generation. I don't know if we're going to see any of them but it is there when he's playing a He was he was featured as a trombone player on the you know the band fish yes. He was on one of their albums for a track titled Rikers Mailbox. And do you remember. When we talked about Brent spiner The plays data and how he created his album called old yellow is back. Frank's was also on that album as well with the with Brent. Spiner okay with him there so I and then frakes also is the host of a show called beyond belief fact or fiction. I don't know if you've ever saw that I think it was one one of those things so I think it was one of those summer programs on network. TV and then went over to channel or something like that Now that being said Franks's biggest this contribution I think to not just the world of trek at large But overall was not actually in front of the camera but behind the camera. Okay might be debatable. To I'd say biggest contribution say playing first officer but he comes director chair hey and he directs allot lot of episodes. In fact he over the course of track direct seventeen different star trek episodes plus some of the upcoming new track that is on. TV As we record this Show Tom he recorded several movies. He's done lots of other. TV shows lots of other Films and in different things including things like NCIS ask castle leverage agents of shield the librarians. And just the list goes on and on and on Some novels and he's he's very very very well liked. Does the director. Now one of the things you know. Little background Stuff behind that Star Trek had a program where they actually allowed their actors to learn how to direct. It was like a director school. They offered for their actors and several actors over the course of trek took them up and actually turned into full on directors. Patrick Stewart Art. Would go on to take advantage. This actually lavar Burton was another one who he goes on to direct a lot of stuff throughout I I don't know of. TV's considered Hollywood but and Throughout the various land and he does a lot of star trek episodes as well. That's interesting that they did that. I I see see that nowadays that as if a show makes it past you know like four or five seasons you'll start to see episodes here and there directed by cast members. Yeah and I. I've always kind of wondered like is it just because I have enough money now and I can say hey. I'm going to do this or like how how that happens now. I kinda doubt that all of these shows kind of have these. Hey I'm like a direct programs like it doesn't seem see Mike it and then that would be a consistent thing but cooled that star Trek Star Trek. Did it and I mean you're right. Usually what I see is it starts with actors is writing episodes. Usually Syndrich to their character which I think is is really cool. Christopher Christopher judge who played a guy named tilcon starter stargate. Su You one wrote a lot of tilk centric episodes which makes a lot of sense who knows his character better than he himself and would go on..

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"matt grain" Discussed on Beers with Talos

Beers with Talos

08:23 min | 2 years ago

"matt grain" Discussed on Beers with Talos

"Enough. There's nobody else cares. Yeah absolutely no. They absolutely had no they. They never thought that they wouldn't be discovered. I guess so but the point I was going to is that I don't want people to get tunnel vision and think that they're going to see another windows worm in this particular case there's hard there's a lot of ways to influence policy. There's a lot of ways to get the government's attention and yeah. I think going after a large portion of civilian computers is probably not one of the easiest ways to do that. Now on the other hand. If you've got a pile of windows zero rotate maybe it is. But there's not going to be an easy way to predict this there's not going to be There's a ninety percent chance at this anyone who says that I would take that with a giant Matt Grain of salt targeted Craig's. At right. I mean if you do something like that. craigslist is not really targeted. Because you'RE GONNA lose content of the with way right. I'll remind you that not pets. You was targeted. Not PECI was specifically targeted to companies. That did business with Hugh crain hundred targeted was built in a way that specifically did not leave the network under you know. Under almost all circumstances almost almost every infection that we're aware of involved a compromise not pet miyake's but that was also like one of the most incredible cyberattacks that has ever happened in terms of the way they access it the way they abuse the supply chain the way they constructed the virus. The virus was just enormously enormously effective. Move very quickly but also stayed in. Its Lane it only affected places where it was sent. It was an amazing being. You know like like separating the very bad things that it 'cause it was amazing move but I don't know that Iran's new position where they can pull that off but on the flip side it were also in a place where maybe Iran's way to show more of its hand would have before and we don't know what's in that hand. I think we may see some interesting things happen over. DNS You know. I want to be one hundred percent clear you know when we saw the actors Fiddling with DNS over the last two years we do believe that there were more than one Now now I do think we may see some things happen. I I do think they may be isolated. But it's definitely Out For you know especially if you're in a country whose registrars have been When that have had actors play games of them in the past I would have severe concerns? Yeah I mean it's it said easier your target than most. I think again whatever they're going to do if it's Iran whatever it's going to be as targeted as possible right right because you need. They need to make a statement and that's why they're going to do it and anything that's kind of the bleeds over into the effects or the countries or other people are not American. You know whatever all the parts the wilderness and that is not something that they're going to be interested in doing. It's going to to be something. which is you know a targeted event that they can claim responsibility for us? Back kind of thing works well but I don't want people able to get a false sense of security though right. People may be targets by accident. They may be because of their relationship with American. Companies vigilance is what we're saying. The the cyber war thing is there's no start this no end it's an ongoing thing right. Yeah I mean. We're kind of lucky this time because we do know something's coming right. Yeah you're expecting it. We know something's coming we just don't know in what form whether it be physical or or You know or all digitally wealth. Yeah so it kind of goes back to what I what What we said earlier? Is You know all the things that you were concerned about before this. You should still be concerned about. There's no magic protect me from Iran thing You know so. That's a concern and be vigilant be aware and Or Be Safe Matt said right. This is the time when you got to run down the leads. This isn't the time to say hunt. That's weird but you know what it's four thirty on Tuesday and I WANNA go home early. It's a bad week to do that. Run it down assigned to the next team check into it and we talked a little bit about that Matt You. You gave some some good tips at the top there. But what are when. We're talking about Espionage Cyber Warfare on this scale we obviously know they. You know these nation-states sit on a no day or they'll have some of the kind of ingress into a system through any any other vector imaginable What are the top ones? Folks should be looking out for the other than the obvious. We've gotTA keep systems updated. Your patch level has got to be on one point Where possible and make sure defenses up to greet time to roll out two factor authentication so yeah two two F. as good so I would? I'd Kinda turned away and this this is this is more for more mature her organizations but once you had like like if you if you put up your fences and you've got your you know your stakes in the ground and everything's good and you've patched and everything anything else now you need to turn to. How do I see what's happening in my network? It's when you are working both pre and post riposte compromise with with NASA's state actors and more advanced criminal actress as well phys abilities key for you to be able to answer the questions that are gonNA come up. You're never gonNA have those kind of weird moments that we're talking about where you're like. We were. That's weird what happened. Why did that happen? If you don't have Netflix. Monitoring Windows event logging Assem helping you out. Packet capture stuff like that. So that when you're like Oh what what is this then you can kinda start stringing together. They're all those visibility elements the place that we like when we are doing like I are the thing that hurts. The most is a lack of of visibility in. So that's the main thing if you're if you're really seriously thinking all right you know. I'm a legit target For this particular actor because of XYZ. Here's your I've been notified by the government that they think that I'm in an industry that they may be able after that visibility once you get your basics in order her visibilities the like the Super Media Nextstep because just having everything patched to the best of your ability is only the first step You really need to start being able to put place things you see what's going on so you've got your self patched you've got your fences this setup you've done. TEFA MFA you've you've even worked on your visibility some now and you can see what's going on with Netflix monitoring with logging with with other other things but brewing you even segment segmenting. Nice Nice. So you've done the things right and still yet. You fear that you've been attacked should At what point and for what organization is time to phone a friend not every organization has is IRA capability in house in the can trace this down. They don't have a huge sock rate that can handle these events themselves but at what point is it time to be like. Oh Shit I think you hit the nail on the head though right like if you don't have a plan. This is the time to make a plan. There's going to be a large number of businesses out there who don't have a plan. They don't have an incident response team. They don't know what to do. This is a good opportunity to get some brochures. You know You don't necessarily have to pay you. Don't necesssarily at the do it but have a plan. have an idea on paper have talked her executive team's about it. Talk to your SEASO's about it talk to your staff about it and make sure that that should something happen. You know what you're going to do. You know being aware of what to do in the aftermath or during an attack can help save valuable time it can limit the extent of the damage now is it going to magically stop everything no but it.

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"matt grain" Discussed on Beers with Talos

Beers with Talos

08:32 min | 2 years ago

"matt grain" Discussed on Beers with Talos

"A question of something bad hat listened mass attribution if it happens in Ukraine until oh proven otherwise. We know who didn't enough. There's nobody else cares. Yeah absolutely no. They absolutely had no they. They never thought that they wouldn't be discovered. I guess so but the point I was going to is that I don't want people to get tunnel vision and think that they're going to see another windows worm in this particular case there's hard there's a lot of ways to influence policy. There's a lot of ways to get the government's attention and yeah. I think going after a large portion of civilian computers is probably not one of the easiest ways to do that. Now on the other hand. If you've got a pile of windows zero rotate maybe it is. But there's not going to be an easy way to predict this there's not going to be There's a ninety percent chance at this anyone who says that I would take that with a giant Matt Grain of salt targeted Craig's. At right. I mean if you do something like that. craigslist is not really targeted. Because you'RE GONNA lose content of the with way right. I'll remind you that not pets. You was targeted. Not PECI was specifically targeted to companies. That did business with Hugh crain hundred targeted was built in a way that specifically did not leave the network under you know. Under almost all circumstances almost almost every infection that we're aware of involved a compromise not pet miyake's but that was also like one of the most incredible cyberattacks that has ever happened in terms of the way they access it the way they abuse the supply chain the way they constructed the virus. The virus was just enormously enormously effective. Move very quickly but also stayed in. Its Lane it only affected places where it was sent. It was an amazing being. You know like like separating the very bad things that it 'cause it was amazing move but I don't know that Iran's new position where they can pull that off but on the flip side it were also in a place where maybe Iran's way to show more of its hand would have before and we don't know what's in that hand. I think we may see some interesting things happen over. DNS You know. I want to be one hundred percent clear you know when we saw the actors Fiddling with DNS over the last two years we do believe that there were more than one Now now I do think we may see some things happen. I I do think they may be isolated. But it's definitely Out For you know especially if you're in a country whose registrars have been When that have had actors play games of them in the past I would have severe concerns? Yeah I mean it's it said easier your target than most. I think again whatever they're going to do if it's Iran whatever it's going to be as targeted as possible right right because you need. They need to make a statement and that's why they're going to do it and anything that's kind of the bleeds over into the effects or the countries or other people are not American. You know whatever all the parts the wilderness and that is not something that they're going to be interested in doing. It's going to to be something. which is you know a targeted event that they can claim responsibility for us? Back kind of thing works well but I don't want people able to get a false sense of security though right. People may be targets by accident. They may be because of their relationship with American. Companies vigilance is what we're saying. The the cyber war thing is there's no start this no end it's an ongoing thing right. Yeah I mean. We're kind of lucky this time because we do know something's coming right. Yeah you're expecting it. We know something's coming we just don't know in what form whether it be physical or or You know or all digitally wealth. Yeah so it kind of goes back to what I what What we said earlier? Is You know all the things that you were concerned about before this. You should still be concerned about. There's no magic protect me from Iran thing You know so. That's a concern and be vigilant be aware and Or Be Safe Matt said right. This is the time when you got to run down the leads. This isn't the time to say hunt. That's weird but you know what it's four thirty on Tuesday and I WANNA go home early. It's a bad week to do that. Run it down assigned to the next team check into it and we talked a little bit about that Matt You. You gave some some good tips at the top there. But what are when. We're talking about Espionage Cyber Warfare on this scale we obviously know they. You know these nation-states sit on a no day or they'll have some of the kind of ingress into a system through any any other vector imaginable What are the top ones? Folks should be looking out for the other than the obvious. We've gotTA keep systems updated. Your patch level has got to be on one point Where possible and make sure defenses up to greet time to roll out two factor authentication so yeah two two F. as good so I would? I'd Kinda turned away and this this is this is more for more mature her organizations but once you had like like if you if you put up your fences and you've got your you know your stakes in the ground and everything's good and you've patched and everything anything else now you need to turn to. How do I see what's happening in my network? It's when you are working both pre and post riposte compromise with with NASA's state actors and more advanced criminal actress as well phys abilities key for you to be able to answer the questions that are gonNA come up. You're never gonNA have those kind of weird moments that we're talking about where you're like. We were. That's weird what happened. Why did that happen? If you don't have Netflix. Monitoring Windows event logging Assem helping you out. Packet capture stuff like that. So that when you're like Oh what what is this then you can kinda start stringing together. They're all those visibility elements the place that we like when we are doing like I are the thing that hurts. The most is a lack of of visibility in. So that's the main thing if you're if you're really seriously thinking all right you know. I'm a legit target For this particular actor because of XYZ. Here's your I've been notified by the government that they think that I'm in an industry that they may be able after that visibility once you get your basics in order her visibilities the like the Super Media Nextstep because just having everything patched to the best of your ability is only the first step You really need to start being able to put place things you see what's going on so you've got your self patched you've got your fences this setup you've done. TEFA MFA you've you've even worked on your visibility some now and you can see what's going on with Netflix monitoring with logging with with other other things but brewing you even segment segmenting. Nice Nice. So you've done the things right and still yet. You fear that you've been attacked should At what point and for what organization is time to phone a friend not every organization has is IRA capability in house in the can trace this down. They don't have a huge sock rate that can handle these events themselves but at what point is it time to be like. Oh Shit I think you hit the nail on the head though right like if you don't have a plan. This is the time to make a plan. There's going to be a large number of businesses out there who don't have a plan. They don't have an incident response team. They don't know what to do. This is a good opportunity to get some brochures. You know You don't necessarily have to pay you. Don't necesssarily at the do it but have a plan. have an idea on paper have talked her executive team's about it. Talk to your SEASO's about it talk to your staff about it and make sure that that should something happen. You know what you're going to do. You know being aware of what to do in the aftermath or during an attack can help save valuable time it can limit the extent of the damage now is it going to magically stop everything no but it.

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Lynda Barry and Chris Ware: Making Comics and Rusty Brown

Bookworm

07:32 min | 2 years ago

Lynda Barry and Chris Ware: Making Comics and Rusty Brown

"Some thirty years ago. Art Spiegelman was led to agree that if we could take frequent breaks he would come into the studio even though he has to smoke back then. It's around thirty years ago. Art I smoked two will go on breaks together. Either he said okay. We did a show and we became immediate friends and one by one he introduced me to Chris. Wears work to Dan Klose's work. I think you Chris Dan Clouds and chip kidd a book designer. Were on the show together now. Finally after thirty years of being toned than I would would love Linda Barry that she's inspiring that she's improvisational explosive. I Have Lynda Barry here for her book making comics. And I'm curious about how you own wall because Matt graining. The inventor of the simpsons is a part of this and the Canadian artist named Seth Is. Did you all get together. Well I I met Chris. I remember you being a key in my mind. You're a kid and it was when mouse to the second book had come out and art called me on the phone. He was in town to sign books and he said I want you to meet this kid. He called you a kid. I want you to meet this kid. He said he can draw anything. And I said okay he goes. No I actually mean he can draw anything and I remember being in this Restaurant restaurant or a cafe and that you didn't talk very much and you just sort of leaned back and looked terrified but I remember I likes Hugh immediately and I didn't know your work and I didn't know what you did but I just remember liking you immediately so my relationship with you. Chris is a procedure. Cj Work or even precedes me. Even knowing your work I just remember you as very young sort of timid White boy why I knew you before I knew your work too because I remember seeing you on the David Letterman. Show shell when I was in high school and you were the funniest guest that he'd had and I thought who is this person because your work didn't appear in Omaha World World Herald or any of the Omaha papers at all but you were a personality that was clearly one to be contended with and you you clearly cannot flipped out the host of the show. I don't think he knew what I did. Honest held a gun to his head and just said why does she do uh-huh and there'd be on the other side of the wall because he wouldn't have known well then when I finally met you with partly you're talking about when I was in Chicago a you're the funniest person in impersonate ever remember me. Just laughing. At everything he said was true. I just sat there and giggled. Linda's work when I got to know it I I was not only surprised. Funny it was but it was maybe in the mid eighties or so and in the late eighties where you started really do serious storytelling retelling in your strips in completely knocked me over. I couldn't believe the stuff that she was getting at in her stories and strips and how deeply deeply felt it was. I was sure that it was all autobiography. Because if it was drawn with such conviction and even to say those words drawn with conviction didn't really apply to comics at that point and I was shocked to find out when I think I read an interview in the Comics Journal with you that it was fiction. Shen that you were writing and eight started stealing from you immediately because you had something that I so desperately wanted which was to be able to write something that felt real and felt like it was emotionally grounded and came from a point that was human which at that point in comics was almost unheard unheard of and I kind of from studying your stuff and trying to write stories about my own life. I found myself kind of channeling. Your Voice but through channel in your voice finding my own voice. You know who was who was a big influence for me was John. Wilson was nuts. That's your series. He he did nuts because it was in the national. It was the national lampoon but it took a childhood sadness seriously And it really had a big influence on me him and Dr Seuss. Whatever you think nuts you know? Oddly peanuts I never ever bonded or attached to peanuts. I don't know why I think it was too close to the sadness was a little bit too close. I'm you know I'm the Family Circus Lover which everybody but he just yeah? I'm the Family Circus Lover. I loved family circus but Peanuts was too sad for me Well what's warrantless is. Linda's new book is making comics and aside from being a marvelous assignment book. which which will take you from the childhood activity of drawing monsters all the way up to making comic books? I'm a big big fan of her book. One hundred teams in making comics. She says something that amounts to if if you're uncertain about something do it again and again and again and so the first two or three pages of making comics is devoted to different versions of one hundred demons. One hundred demons one hundred demons one hundred the demons and you see altogether. They make a beautiful gallery and a wonderful Kalash and VATS. When I discovered about Linda Barry is that her work is a collage of feeling of vision John of faces of forms of animals of monsters of demons? Tell the story again and again and again and again says Gertrude Stein and you will have told the story. And that's what makes the work. It seems to me so earnest funny but grab you by the scrub of the neck heart. Something I was thinking about how many books I've read for the second third or fourth time and had that experience. It's the same book but I'm seeing something I have never seen before and which can also also have everything to do with three other books read in between and suddenly those three other books put this prism and you can see this new kind of color combination And that's one of the things. I love most about books as kind of how their endless and Chris's book Rusty Brown is one of those ones that you can dwell in forever

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"matt grain" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

09:33 min | 2 years ago

"matt grain" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"In the interview room with a camera on him wearing jail overalls and sandals. He has paper bags over his hands to preserve any biological evidence of the murder. He falls asleep several times while he waits to be questioned. It's a sleep. Detectives. Officially referred to as the guilt sleep, the guilt sleep. Yeah, that's you. And your co hosts Allen on your podcasts. Small ten. Dick's, tell me a little bit about what this is all about the podcast came out of Zebian, I city around with our friends detective stand, David listening to their day to day, you know, and just being absolutely enthralled and stunned that they're Tuesday is so much more harrowing, and interesting and extraordinary than my any everyday. And so one day without, you know what this should be a podcast. But what we really wanted was. We didn't want them to tell us the stories and then us to regurgitate them to the listener really wanted to listeners to hear it firsthand as it'd be an IRA hearing it. And so the premise of the podcast is that all of the cases, are told by the detectives who investigated them and zippy an I are the audience and we. Asked the questions that you would if you also had a seat at the table. What, what, what is it about small town like the idea of small town crimes? Got you interested. It's I think there is this misconception and Dan and Dave can confirm this, as well, as, you know, sometimes if you go to big city, somebody says, what you do you go. I'm detective small town like, oh, what do you do rescue cats in trees and stuff and being credibly, insulting? It's just completely untrue. And what is actually true. Is that big time? Crime is happening in small town, USA, and all over the world. I'm sure with the exact same disregard for human life and depravity and horror as it is in big cities, perhaps, with just let's frequency on top of that agencies police agencies in these small towns, because they don't nearly have the staff that you would have in Los Angeles, New York Chicago, any big city. They often wear multiple hats. So you're a detective in major crimes, and that detective pool is nine people, but you're also on the swat team and you sometimes assist your colleague going to a drug by even though that's not necessarily our department. And so there's a lot of triage start of per se in terms of responsibility, a lot of cross pollination, and it's fascinating. And how are you able to solve those crimes? When you just have many, fewer resources, all I can think, is that this is different than your day job. This is so different than what you normally voice Lisa Simpson. But I also know that your dad was a journalist for the Washington Post. I know he sends pass. But do you feel a connection with him when you're working on this? No. You don't feel you know, I'm kind of following in its footsteps journalism here. Gosh. That would be as wildly presumptuous. How very kind. No. You know what though I do sort of it does connect me a little bit, too. Lisa Simpson, 'cause Lisa Simpson. Is she such a good kid and such a rule follower? And I was such a rule follower. And part of my fascination with true crime is, who are these people who have no regard for the basic tenants of order that we need in order for society to function. So, you know, it starts in school. And you're willing to play hooky. Oh my God. I would never play hooky. Who are these people are willing to break the rules and don't care what the consequences are. Right. And then as you Volve, you know, if it gets worse and worse than your shoplifting and then. Oh my God. God forbid, you actually graduate to murder, but who are these people who are willing to create chaos in that way. I just I'm fascinated by it, and I, because I completely don't understand it. Maybe brought up. Lisa. To take a listen to this will be perfect for my science project. Scientist already proving the dangers of smoking alcohol and Chinese food, but I can still ruin suffix for everyone. That is Yardley Smith. Who is also the voice of Lisa Simpson. I this show's been on the air for thirty thirty seasons. Now, I'll say it is, maybe the most defining important television show in my life. I kissed me back. Do you remember when you found out, you got the gig I do. And I was actually, if you recall, the Simpsons did two seasons on the Tracey Ullman show, and we did what we called bumpers. So we told whole story in a minute, and before each commercial break, there would be a twenty second bit of the Simpsons very crude at a mation, and I think there'll be three of those and then in that story, you know, in that one minute, we would do this one little vignette. Hey. So at the time that I got the Simpsons I had actually the woman who ended up casting Simpson's had seen a play a year before in tiny, little theater in Los Angeles, where literally like seventeen people saw this play. But thank God. She was one of them in a year later. She said I know who should play. Lisa Simpson still, I was brought into read, and I was brought into read for Bart, right? But I sound too much like a girl like my, it just it was a non starter. Right. From the get. And then, and they said, well, he has a sister, and she's eight nine new people saying, I'm again, you sound like a kid, so I thought, all right? If I ten and Lisa's, eight and I should probably go up. This'll be Lisa Simpson. But at the time I didn't have over agent enforce over wasn't even it wasn't part of my plan for world domination. So I kind of had, I didn't have any eyes on that prize. And then I remember I was brought in again to read for Matt graining. I got a callback. I read for him. He did laugh. I thought what and go very well. There was way back in nineteen eighty six. I think. And so we didn't have cell phones or anything couple days later. I don't know. I got the message, okay? My agent called said, Yardley you got the job, and I'm like, great job is what we're going what bumpers on who. What? All right, whatever, you know, luckily, I'm just a I'm pretty willing souls. I'm like, sure. Just tell me where to show up. Did you have any inkling around the Christmas episode the first real half hour episode? Did you have any idea how this thing might this thing might become pretty big? I, I do remember when we when we transitioned into half hour and, yes, the first half her episode to air was Simpson's roasting on an open fire in December of eighty seven I think, was not December eighty nine and it was so big. We hit so big with those first thirteen episodes, which which which was the the entire for season. And I think everybody was floored because the scuttle but behind the scenes was FOX is out. Out of their minds. They're putting up a cartoon on in primetime. It hasn't been done since the Flintstones, you're crazy, but live and be well, because the network won't even be on it won't even be network in two years, compete with the big three. And so when we hit so big, it was such a surprise and even. So they were still saying, you know, well network can't survive on one show and, and just kept going and gathering steam and winning awards earlier. You said it wasn't part of my world. Domination, my plan for domination. She's telling me more about that. Did you have a plan for world? Domination did well, it wasn't so much of a plan as it was a picture in my head of what it would look like when I formed this picture when I was about seven years old. And I decided that I knew I wanted to be an actor a swear in, in a funny way it's where I felt really where I felt like I belonged it felt safe there. And one of the things that I as my thoughts. Obviously began to coalesce as I got older. I realized that what I love about. Being an actor in a story is that you always know how it ends. And so, even if the ending is bad, you can actually prepare yourself. You know what's coming little bit, like seeing into the future. And and it also being on stage play a role. You have permission to do things that as a really very shy pretty private person, I would never ever do in my real life. But my, my plan for domination was just to be the most successful actor in the entire world to be an IGA at a very young age to win all of the awards. And what I knew was as I got older. The point of being famous the real point, the real benefit of it was that it gave you. It was like currency. And so that meant that you would have the pick of the roles that were the best that you really wanted to play. And so that is the true value of being well known is, is, is that challenging then I'm trying to figure out how to say this, and I mean, this was the most respect possible, but I had your your colleague Nancy Cartwright, on the show, a couple months ago she played for people to replace Bart many other.

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"matt grain" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

760 KFMB Radio

05:08 min | 2 years ago

"matt grain" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

"DJ's. What are they play? Like, no, no, no, no. I bet you they're probably calling up Bruno Mars like you better behave role. All I can place you in the blackout. Yeah. The Simpsons pulled their one of their most famous episodes from early on in the run in which Homer ends up in a in jail or is in mental institution. Remember, the big guy. That was Michael Jackson's voice your voice by Michael Jackson here. And he sings Ben that was kind of a touching episode was one of the great episodes in history touching poor choice award raising. Sorry. Yeah. And so. Geico created the Simpsons Matt graining Matt greening pulled the episode. And he's asked about he said, nobody made me I don't have to to one of my favorite episodes of all time. But I'm not hearing it because I guys at creep. Oh, wow. A scumbag, and I got plenty of good episodes. There is such you're gonna see they're gonna Yankee who needs the quickey heart. Why do why wouldn't they pull that say, it's cultural appropriation accent? It's racism bigotry. They've pushed back about that against that fairly hard. But he pulled the heat voluntarily pulled the Michael Jackson episode. Not just leaky moderate because he's horrified by Michael Jackson. Right. Wouldn't be by the way today is national pancake day. No, it's not what do you mean? No. It's not the whole. This is national whatever day. Particular set up in the lunchroom. Yes agrees with us right now in the lunchroom, pancakes waffles, fruit bacon. Syrup. I don't know if there's sausage is. Day of the year, national pan all hail the pain. I'm frank. Take the kids. The I hop later today. We'll celebrate. Oh, yeah. It's fun for kids. Sure. Have we posted that video of Mitt Romney blowing out the candles? We really have to Inish lanes. Why Mitt Romney is not the president was not the Brazil is that your caption or the videos caption. Did you come up with that on your own? As you deserve credit for it. If you did you saying this is why Mitt Romney didn't get elected, bro. That was me. You need to put that video out and recaptured it. It's mitt Romney's birthday. He was given a twinkie birthday cake. It's got candles in all the twinkies. Tomorrow's national day. And there's a video Mitt Romney standing there. And he's got the gay and he's looking at you like a dignified guy, and he goes over to the goes over and all those wonderful. Thank you. Thank you the birthday cake. And you think he's going to bend over and blow out the candles or wherever and he pulls out one candle. He blows it out. And then he carefully puts it in his other hand, then he pulls out another candle blows it out. What's it in his other hand? Then he's going to go through all the candles one by one point about individually and carefully. Neatly putting them in other. Which is why Mitt Romney couldn't get elected because everything he said he or did was kind of weird like that not bad not not not like evil or malicious or anything bad at all just prec- and so not regular guy. Yeah. Lost it. I was completely defying presence Gifford elitist. It's like an alien over his body is unfamiliar with these human traditions. And he was presented with a cake. And he's like, oh, I guess this is what humans do. Yeah. Yeah. In everything he did seemed like that. Yeah. Which is just you know, that's that's not a fair way to choose a president. But he just he had a lot of those mannerisms. Right. Well in the twenty first century. That's how presidents get elected. Not give him referring to dinner or supper is dinner table events. I mean, just that sort of thing dinner table that smart you in sport saga seven feet tall. Do we have that clip? His fault that doesn't make them a bad person. All are you in sport? Nobody says that nobody pulls out one candle at a time. Yesterday, seven feet tall. Sport. But it wasn't a sport. Regular guy. So it wasn't just a money thing. Trump's richer than Romney. Yeah. Heats? Mcdonald's looks like a schlub talks like a regular guy. Mhm case eggs cetera. It's kind of a plan works. Tracking. Who let the dogs out. That was a good one the dogs out wolf. Turn and modern at this time. Exactly. I don't understand that part of the current hit parade. I am. I am. I correct. Elliot's youths on this farm. No would have been perfect out of the gender neutral story. Feraud moans and social status macho mice smell better, the female mices macho macho mice. Yep. Got the the the we carry Hanta virus in the killing us. And all and I'm like, I'm.

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"matt grain" Discussed on Everything's Coming Up Simpsons

Everything's Coming Up Simpsons

04:24 min | 3 years ago

"matt grain" Discussed on Everything's Coming Up Simpsons

"Take chances Mark frost versus David Lynch. Original twin peaks, you could tell when it was a David Lynch episode because it was all the fun, and it was all the crazy stuff. And when it was time to get shit done Mark facet come in. And it'd be like, wow. They just arrested. They just arrested somebody that is solve the murder this. It's only been ten minutes at the wheel. And you could really tell when it was who doing what? And when they came together made such a good satisfying thing having them kind of side by side. But then in the newest season of twin peaks to compare it to having a new Matt graining show with the people like you and Bill and the cast of future alma everybody. I think when twin peaks three came out was really hoping it would be exactly like twin peaks one and two where it would be like the saddle shoes in life. Then the just the playing saxophone, and you know, those people probably don't really. No, David Lynch, and they really just know what they like about like apple pie and coffee and very sexy teenagers and stuff. And instead what you got was the most David Lynch thing ever, which is the last thing you would ever expect and people hated it and other people loved it. I was so excited about it. And then I didn't watch just because it seemed to get that ma- response which is dangerous to listen to responses. Just in it. Yes. And I remember when tune tweaks on and it's like Bill and be and we get together to watch it. And you just like. That far. So so it's like it's a real trick. Especially in serialized arc driven storytelling to have that balance. Just talking about like podcast this all right worlds coming together diversions that people also love, and so we're very cognizant of it. And hopefully, this is a frost Lynch production fulltime. Yeah. We're telling the story and moving art. But we allow ourselves time for those diversions, for example. There's like I think it's pursued for or we're being elbow and Lucy take the weird drug on this trip. And that was that was just like a diversion, and it started a joke in a room, and it was a finger all the writers just like jumped in and we'd love to and to one of our favorite things. And that is that was really just a diversion. But we love it. And it's it's one of my favorite moments. However, there's certain things about thinking about the show like we're talking about like arch and stuff and like I would say like ninety percent of the arcs. End the secrets are preplanned and late in. But it's over ten percent of things arise along the route. While you're traveling are present themselves as wait a minute fist may just be like a weird drug trip, but actually ties into a deeper theme going here, and we're like there's a lot of stuff like that in the show. We're like, oh my God. Like just talking last week in like, oh, my God this stuff that we didn't think was related to the totally ties in and it seems like we're geniuses for. And that's like part of the fun too. And I was like gravity falls was done that way to like along the way you look and go like, oh my God that that was just a joke. But really we can use that for cannon drive to cannon further. And that is the greatest magic trick of good writing. I feel of you know, something that's is seemingly innocuous, and of course, if it's comedy it's most likely going to be a joke in the moment. And even if you do planet, you know, in that moment like to cover it with the joke. I think you know, makes people not suspect it that. Right. More folks chokes make things down the easiest exposition just coated in a job. I don't wanna be freaking half exposition character. Right. I see somebody especially in drama. It's like the detective who works the people, but isn't a main one and suddenly appears in seats. Explain what's going on like crazy too. So it's a real trick to make sure that the the arc is moving along in an entertaining and funny way, and it's also trick where to have big jokes. And also weird to keep make sure about the characters are treating situation realistically and really feeling it. Because if you're not feeling it that it takes you out of it..

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"matt grain" Discussed on Everything's Coming Up Simpsons

Everything's Coming Up Simpsons

03:55 min | 3 years ago

"matt grain" Discussed on Everything's Coming Up Simpsons

"It is funny because we're trained to write chicken fat, which is what you referred to for the background jokes in any little anything in the background is culture can foul. I didn't know that. Yeah. If at least for I don't know if it's exclusively mad magazine. But I believe it's it's just the word in general for comic book, art or magazine are, but yeah, that's sometimes you'll see when when we can't come up with chicken fat. We'll just have the word chicken fat in the background. But yeah, it's funny because we'll will often be thinking of Simpson's stuff and linen reality. It is. It's so. Oh, let's go and feeding on each other. Because I told you guys I think when like in the in the New York Simpsons episode when bark goes to mad magazine, that's totally based on when Bill and I lifted moved to New York, and we were like twenty five or whatever let's go by office of mad magazine. Batson Adnew we not gonna rearing on the bell. And they let us in. And it was it was it was actually it was kind of depressing because the office were really old and kind of, but they were awesome and John fa- CARA. Who's to like, we were just totally eighty it's off the street, and he'd let us in and he gave us tour and took open all these shelves and showed us officer regional Don Martin and taper like all the stuff now and for like an hour just like showed us around introduced us to the people there, and it was like so that's was like so cool. Like, that's that's what that's what Bart visits the office. I love that so much. I just want to say before I move on from this mad magazine conversation been holding onto this for three minutes when you said not my duration of mad. Two young. I got a flash of a shining like situation in which people visit the current offices of mad and find a photo from nineteen thirty two you are front and center. I have to say that I use that I use that shining photo too much. Your Haliqa me. Yeah. I pinch. It all the time for our like we have to come up with cartoons every single day for the social aspect of the job. And that one comes up a lot for Bamble the first of the year as we all remember was the Fiji water girl bombing. So I liked her co smile to hit something where she has been showing up photos throughout history. And and the last one was her in shining. Yeah. It's it's an interesting job. But all I'm saying is I as someone who does it on a small scale, I deeply appreciate the the amount of work that continues to be put into these background signs and puns. And it really is amazing. It's own kind of it's its own show into in work, work wise and stuff, so. Also the backgrounds. I believe we talked about this maybe little bit when we touched on disenchantment once before with you, but the backgrounds themselves are also so different from other Matt graining shows there, so lush universes very rich and beautiful really does kind of go to that game of thrones. And it's very it's very intentional too. Because first of all we fought in creating this show that have been a thousand fit to see TV shows and movies and books and unless we do something that's really great at enjoyable and lush than don't do it. And so it's very intentional backgrounds are much more kind of like storybook and have that hand painted. He'll to it. Yeah. Yes. That's one of the very first things we told to like rough draft perspective of the background. There was something that I was re watching a couple of episodes and was like really marveling at just the shots going into the town, and like the layers of it just because you have to get like, it's it's on a hill..

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"matt grain" Discussed on The Librocube

The Librocube

05:19 min | 3 years ago

"matt grain" Discussed on The Librocube

"Television talk to these Tokyo, talk sponsor, the flying sceptre tavern. Thank you for that sponsorship. Excuse me. Okay. So I watched the first season of show called disenchantment. It is created by the people over at net flicks. And from the creators of Simpson's. So Matt graining groaning gaming groaning as well. As futurama quite often. This has heard been described as a future, I'm us set in a fantasy realm rather than Saifi, and it's to certain degree you could you could see definitely comparisons. Which to me is a very very good thing. Just on that note like the choice between scifi fantasy when it comes to books all always lean towards fantasy when it comes to video games. Probably the same movies TV. Yeah. You know, what probably movies and TV I think I would go the other way just because I find fantasy movies and TV. I don't. If its production values, they don't get him as much or or the sometimes it feel it just doesn't translate as well as a cool Seifi can in for some reason. I don't think I'm alone on that thought. Okay. So what's the story? The medieval misadventures of a hard drinking Princess her feisty elf and her personal demon literally her personal demon not just you know, kind of the princess's named bean being voiced by Abby Jacobson L fo- Nate Faxon. Oh, yeah. I recognize him got to John Majuro as the king king Zog perfect opportunity to throw in a shameless. Plug for myself layer whenever John DiMaggio comes up also marines Lamarche, of course, doing some voices in a lot of the people who did voice. In futurama in here from the looks of it. Both John JoAnne, MAURICE Lamarche. I had the pleasure of meeting at a fan expo on various yours. Excuse me. Getting their autograph on a certain Kane, a certain thirty Cain if you were to Google nerd Cain adventures, which you can go ahead. And do you will see a picture of a cane autographed by celebrities of the nerdy variety? And also held by at this point hundreds. I don't know if may maybe crack the thousand Mark 'cause players people dressed in you guessed it 'cause play. So there you go back to this rating wise truth it's the first season. So maybe they're still sort of finding their stride. And I did have a lot of Lassen. I did very much like it. But I think the other sort of in this is more my issue than any is that I wouldn't into it comparing it to futurama, which is one of my just sort of favorite shows ever. And I don't think it quite holds up to that scrutiny yet. I could see the potential that it will at one point. But the but right now, not so much. So like futurama go five to five and this I go four or five. So, you know, still really really good, and I still like very much hope they make more. I think they are making more because on the I am to be his twenty eighteen dash and then it's blank, which means, you know. The other sort of. Good to stay like in futurama. You have a big cast of characters because you've got the whole the whole ship to work with like the whole crew of the ship to work with or is there. It's mostly just the three main characters. I I think maybe that's another reason why it's it's not lacking necessarily. It's just I like on these shows where you can check into see where Hermes is doing. Sure, he's not one of the main characters but give him an episode. That's the other thing is they didn't sort of explore the secondary characters as much then again, let's first season. So maybe they're not gonna do that. I don't know what I do know is that you can let me know what you think of the versus future. Emma versus disenchantment whether you like four, what do you like? Where do you put sense of family? Hey. Conan the librarian. Don't you know that desma? Banter talese book, banter sponsor is which is tit refrigerators. Thank you for that sponsorship. Okay. Talking my favorite author, Terry Pracha. Yes. Discworld number thirty eight I shall wear midnight by Terry..

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"matt grain" Discussed on Everything's Coming Up Simpsons

Everything's Coming Up Simpsons

04:07 min | 3 years ago

"matt grain" Discussed on Everything's Coming Up Simpsons

"I never even get to that place. You know what I mean? Teller just play in Iraq the guy. No he can do. No wrong. You can yell fight fatally one just won't fight gun. We'll get to that. After the podcast. Yeah. So I had the pleasure of meeting. Both of you. Both Marin Billy, of course, at the this chantant panel. But disenchantment, obviously, you guys can watch on Netflix right now, if you haven't already it would you like to speak at all about your experience on the show there or do the types of voices you doing on that show. Just enchantment is exciting for a lot of reasons. It's mad gratings newest show, and I'm working with a lot of familiar faces. The the main cast, I didn't know Abby Jacobson or Eric Andrei didn't know him and NAT Faxon. Yeah. Because those are all people that are very funny actors abanoned, like voice actors a new to the greening. Yeah. Yeah. They're they're all pretty hot new people. That's that's been around for a little while. But like abbey's very like hot new cool broad city and then era. Andre is hilarious. He has a natural flair for wanting to do voices two. He he came in the first day, I met him. And he said, I always wanted to do the stuff. You do my simple. You're doing it, man. Look where we're sitting that so cool. Yeah. And so what are the kind of is that you do on the show? I play a character. He's like the the court. Everybody's the court something or other in this king Zog's kingdom and he calls upon different ones. Maurice plays odd Vall and and their pair sorcery. Oh and odd vol play sore shanty euro. Wait all day and night for that draw blood. You know? That's great. I love it. Yeah. It's fun to have a show that is like medieval in major because you get to. It's such a new world voices that, you know, I guess if there was a certain planet that you go to on futurama like to see like, maybe those types characters there, but like to have a whole show of of brand new voices with the future on the cash that you know, in love, and then some of these new people, it's really great and I'm excited for when season two comes out because I've heard that that's only only better source area was based on somebody actually knew really life and everybody knew at one point or another Jonathan Smith Jonathan Jonathan Harris. All right. Yeah. It was on lost in space. Oh, dear whatever, shall we? Do. He was like sinister, but always needy. I love that cared. Yeah. I'm looking for someone to stand in front of them. You know for some reason and. You know, I just thought that would be a cool voice for this. Sinister source areo, and I do the elf king, and he's based on this little character actor the name slips me right now. But he was in those black and white b movies in the forties and early fifties. When Hollywood literally fell through the cracks him, you know, the movies weren't doing any business. And so they just put out these black and white they ground him out. But he was this frantic little man he used to see a big beautiful. In the hallway, and he was. Benny looks attractive. I love that. Yeah. So the question, I'm sure you've answered two billion times. But just for our Simpson's listeners, how did you and Matt grain income to working together? I had read that they had in the works on new series after the Simpsons. This would be the second one. And I just knew they were dishing, and I said I got good on there..

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"matt grain" Discussed on Everything's Coming Up Simpsons

Everything's Coming Up Simpsons

03:42 min | 3 years ago

"matt grain" Discussed on Everything's Coming Up Simpsons

"Episode is brought to you by the penny low for we're also brought to you by Street Cry. Hell, yeah. And homeless person. Very nice. Yeah. Of course, we could also be brought to you by capital city, which is what we will get to in this episode. We of course, talking about the episode Danson Homer. This is the fifth episode of the second season of the Simpsons. It originally aired November eighth nineteen ninety. It was written by Ken LeVine and David ISAACs. And it was directed by. Mike Kirkland jab Mike his first episode that he ever directed. Oh, how nice good for him. Good. I'm happy four year old my Kirkland, and the sure nurse at the time. We're James L Brooks. Matt graining, end SAM's. I'm in them. Was just watching that stamps made an appearance I was watching something, and he was in it, and it was very funny to see him because I don't think he's necessarily known as like he's most that was very funny because that's the Sam Simon and totally was, but it's not interesting unless I know the actual thing it's from. Of some sort of got to get to the bottom of this damn it was it might have been Seinfeld. It was something it was. It was something. It doesn't matter. Like, the answer to everything that you can't quite trace. It might have been cited Seinfeld because I feel like it's sort of a a broken clock. You know? It's right. Fifty percent of twice the time. I don't know. I just botched my own phrase. It matter. Nothing matters. Look at how we run the world. And the government is everything is based on a bald face lie. You know? So you mess up some information that you heard somewhere zillion years ago. Don't worry about it. Oh, well, you know, what let's let's jump in on that note that night Listrik note kind of. Optimistic nihilism, which I think is a very healthy combination to have. So that foist. Oh, you are listener may know, you know, our guest is the voice of Renan stimpy Imran. We wouldn't they? You. Kiddle? Happening, but it is delightful all the same. I got more. Doug funny on Doug. I have a buddy this is funny. And, you know, welcome to buffington you one stop for this sort of thing. And number voices on futurama any of your pick. Oh. How you shot me in the sperm? Perfect, including doctors Berg, darkness REI. Berg who wants to eat with me. Nobody. That branagan. She's a beautiful ship. All right. I'm gonna fly her brains out, and we already got a little bit of Frye. Yes. Please this show Billy whizz high so excited to have you on the show that was amazing already off to the races. Yeah. We'll you have good energy. You guys good? We bringing our twenty nineteen first of the year. And we're obviously starting out very strong because you are here in the us. For us. We recently got to have marines Lamarche on the show. If you haven't listened to that episode, definitely listen to it. I think it's one of the best episodes we've ever done on the show, and I would love to learn that he's your sworn enemy very wonderful for us to start a few. There isn't one voice actor versus voice actor. Oh, well, you know what? That's if it's based on real stuff..

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"matt grain" Discussed on The Pat McAfee Show 2.0

The Pat McAfee Show 2.0

04:05 min | 3 years ago

"matt grain" Discussed on The Pat McAfee Show 2.0

"It's crazy because talking to some of the FOX people they don't delve into the gambling, right? The people that work. Legal. They don't they don't talk about it. So whenever whenever they looked at me. It was as if they were talking to somebody. That was doing some insane thing gambling on games, you know, and they were so interested by it. And then once you start talking about it. It's like they probably they started thinking like in their heads. Like, oh, there's probably some they probably what are those things called where you put X year. Why here in algorithm? Yeah. They he said they probably have. Oh, yeah. Those supercomputers are insane. That's what they were the FOX people who know like all the behind the scenes shit about the stats and stuff that they create their like, oh, there's probably so many algorithms where you're competing against the computer. You have no idea what's going to happen. I was thinking I didn't even think about that. I just think there's a certain amount of people that live here that are from the future and work. It has to be doesn't it how they went and set it up to win every time or otherwise, nobody would bet can't believe Matt graining writing Simpson's and running the biggest oath book all the God damn. They gotta get make so much money. Those odds makers you're gonna make more once commentators are able to talk about it. And then more people start watching that would be November addressing it. They made like thirty million or something oddsmakers. No, the casinos the guy the guys and girls that set the numbers though, they have paid so much because if they're not working they're working against how many there are so many it's casino probably has one or two. But I think they all lead off of one. Yeah. They say all maker at every casino. There's a head oddsmaker that the head oddsmakers of casinos. Bischel line that come out by. And I don't know who it is. Is it Chris it's one or two? Yeah. He makes them. No. No, no. But what we're saying is just like in any profession start. You have to start some any profession. Godfather, let's go with meteorology, and the weather people will watch what the other people are like everybody. Angela buckman. Yeah. By the way, for those listening at home that is an Indianapolis Weatherly favorite meteorologist whether ladies been around for twenty years for those in Indianapolis that don't have cable also don't live in just Indianapolis. Thanks for that. I'm but normally there has to be the first line is the first one who's the person put out the first one. He's here. This is what does no one knows them. So this is she was stat the other day sports made twenty seven point one million in Nevada casinos. Yeah. Blackjack eighty seven million craps thirty million thirty million penny slots, let's go made Nevada casinos in November two hundred eighty million dollars all their money. Yes. Shots makes the most money after seem believe percent of money always say, that's why they occupy the most floorspace they always say that. And then I went onto the nine tribes cassette. Diner? Wisconsin. In those God damn slot machines were packed. Everybody's just waiting to die in there. Will you sit down? It's the least stressful thing to play pen average at least fun to play degree that avatar one threes. The moving the seat it caught me I sat down to button fucking five times. All my money's going video game. You can slide to the depth of the three D like how much more three d do you want it? And then you can move seat four back it rumbled, but the little cool birth. I one hundred bucks probably enough four and a half this one hundred bucks, though, max max, max, max bet it's all I hit stuff. I hate sluts. I dropped three hundred on the way up to Michigan for the holiday stopped at Anderson year old place where training camp was literally electron IX, literally four minutes in the high limit room, their four minutes burns three hundred turned around Cussing all the way four minutes from the park job. So I will never forget going in there and playing electric blackjack you'll never feeling lower about my..

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Matt Groening's new Netflix show, 'Disenchantment,' is a feminist fantasy epic

The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

00:39 sec | 3 years ago

Matt Groening's new Netflix show, 'Disenchantment,' is a feminist fantasy epic

"A player was killed, and it was like, these are real things that go on and it does not affect many of the players performance on that. You don't make it to the NFL by being by not having the ability to car compartmentalize those things and focus on what's important, no one who's in the league now is actually distracted by these things that coaches say are distractions. I couldn't agree more and quite frankly, you would know you played at that level. You played in the league. It's just it's wildly entertaining to me and I, I just don't see anything wrong with it. But listen, if you are, Josh Allen, not Jared Allen understand why you probably have heard feelings. Hey, let's be aware of this series coming to Netflix from Matt graining,

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