21 Burst results for "Maya Rudolph"
"maya rudolph" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM
"My name is Maya Rudolph. And I feel pretty terrific about being Conan O'Brien's friend back to school issues walking Hey, everybody. Welcome to those terrible nightmares. Oh, hello And welcome to another episode of Conan O'Brien needs a friend. I really do. Need a friend. We all need a friend. During these times. He's very trying times and so throat to be doing the podcast. You know his nourishes me. Can you tell that son of the podcast and nourishes me? What nourishes me. I enjoy it. I enjoy the pious little hard concept. Understand that It's a nourishes is a weird word. I really don't see that. You enjoy what you mean. Parishes know that's why people say that man, do you think that was so weird that I say that podcast nourishes me. No, I think it's like you're like a last stop vampire who feeds on the adoration of other people. So it does make sense to me. So I was thinking of myself as a azan infant suckling at the teats.
"maya rudolph" Discussed on 850 WFTL
"Late night TV Tonight is Tracy on Sonny 1079, Billy Crystal. He's gonna be on Jimmy Kimmel. That'll be fun. Kamala Harris. Okay. Maya Rudolph, who place their on SNL, Jimmy Fallon, and I am really excited about this one. Barefoot Contessa Ina Garten from the food Network Meyers. That way. Sonny would have 79 played.
"maya rudolph" Discussed on Questlove Supreme
"Say. Oh you're only. Father. Got Real this is why we don't need to pay. Back. Song. Let's explain. Wait for those students in as my root off So we just played. Too many colors. on Timorese. Second Album Lady. And Always knew of that song never knew that that was used you have to listen to the van until the Mary. I know that song but I never knew that was you and what's like there's a string of of seventy soul songs where like somebody who, when, apart like this wisdom on a kid. Gangs. WADHAM peaceful. Coup. Gave A. Young Timmy. Like To me the thing was now that I know that you. I feel like you draw from. Her like I. I. Now see you channeling that seventy. So energy in your acting when you do. Any sing that you do the way that you talk like I. See you channeling that really do you channel that moment or not? Not Consciously I mean. My Dad when I was around the Studio Up, my dad did that record because? We didn't have babysitters and stuff then. So I would just like spend a lot of time. I remember when he was writing behind the he he helped right behind the group love story like I would sit in the passenger seat and like he would with a legal pad and he would say like write this down and I would like write down the lyrics In We have XANADU did not spell. Xanadu ex course. I. Don't know I. Don't think I've ever years I've known you. I've really never liked thoroughly discussed your mom's exit from. This this particular plane, but I definitely know that. That was the that was the first time that I had to deal with. I guess loss by. My parents used your mom's passing as we explained to be what death was really. Yeah because at that time. I was eight years old So even though my grandma passed when I was five. Like I. You know. They never told me or sat me down explained to be like, okay. This is what death is and data so. Because it's also like easier to like explain it about someone that's like Oh shit. What are we going to tell them grandma died than regular making stuff up. But if it's like, okay, we're sad because this thing happened and we have to explain like I. Just I explain why the Freedom Tower was there yesterday my five year old son. And explain why the buildings were gone and I just said it vary like. You know as simply as matter of fact. He can handle it. Yeah. He was. Why did they do that? Well But yeah. Maybe because it wasn't someone personal but. But. Personally, different way you know your relationships to the music is personal. So that's that period in the summer of seventy nine I mean. Was Your father working on this album as that was happening or my dad was working on the record then he met Tina later. She was a big fan of my mom's I. Don't know how they came on. July seventy, nine, collide twelve, seventy nine but she had recorded her last record. And didn't finish it when she died. So posthumously than my dad. The. Then he went in the studio had that's when I got to meet. The Jackson's 'cause like people would come in place to on each Song Young Michael Zona. Begin I remember my dad my I. Remember One I don't remember who some one of the Jackson shopping with my math homework Jackson helped me with fourth grade math homework. And it wasn't Michael. Now my goal is to shy. Michael, Michael They were in the studio and they were friendly. Michael's really shy my bag even like he gave them like a Pittsburgh pirates. Had expanded. Some Pittsburgh. Originally. But I. But I remember like people are coming in you know he was putting stuff on songs with different people but such a blurry time to me it's you know now that I have a daughter who's a Ba- she was she's the age my daughter Lucy's the age that I was on my mom died right now she's six and a half almost seven. It's so fascinating as an adult to see that person she's she's so into me she so into her mommy, but she's kind of babies still like in a lot of ways and so my my memory, it's like you know because my mom was my mom people asking about her but my memories are are from a child's brain. So it's really warped and. I always talk about magical thinking. There's like a lot of my memory that's like a little bit make believe. Because that's how kids cope you know. You know what I remember about that record that last album. stevie wonder's autograph was his thumbprint Yeah I would I ever got in trouble playing with matches? Like I. Get a big pin. Light the ANC. So it could spill on the table second put my thumbprint and just thumbprint everything. Because since TV. Did it Yeah I. was impressionable that way. And also. Go ahead immaculate penmanship on his autograph on that his dad. Probably. Go. Go ahead. No. Yeah. So just that that transition period to was transitioning from seventy nine leaving the eighties leaving the eighties I mean sorry leaving. Is such a trippy on such a trippy era to have such an imprint on my life. The seventies is. Is Everything I mean, how did you cope like? Did you have big sister figures and? Well who was there to sort of fill that void or just to. WHO's there for you to leave my dad and my brother honestly and I I mean we were the only ones that lived in La. 'CAUSE EVERYBODY WE CAME LA my dad's family was in Miami. My mom used was in Chicago. We were the only ones out there. We were kind of on our own. So. You know I come from like. You know pretty big size families, but everybody was somewhere else I'm kind of a disconnection in a lot of ways especially because she she was the only one that was like in the entertainment business, her family, which always as you know now with death and fame and all that all just become. So strange when people people die, it's. It makes it makes family even you know you know how it how it is. So I mean you're that obviously. No Dad and my dad raised us. My Dad, I cannot believe. Like he was in studio all night. While like our housekeeper was like sleeping at the house so that there was someone in the House with us and then he'd get up in the morning make my lunch pack my bags semi off to school. If he wasn't the one that was driving me as I got older because that's what I remember. Back to bed where'd you go to school I went to High School in Santa Monica ask local crossroads there was like A..
"maya rudolph" Discussed on Questlove Supreme
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"maya rudolph" Discussed on Conan O’Brien Needs A Friend
"Mails from listeners. Does that sound good? Yes. Yes. I love to hear what the listeners think I like to try and please them. So let's do as you suggested. This is Anna I wanted to let you know how much you have affected my family not in a bad way. My Dad always wanted four kids and my mom said and that's not happening. So when my sister was born she would get up in the middle of the night and nurse my sister and in order to keep my data week, she would always turn on Conan O'Brien and so to this day, my dad always says, you know the reason you don't have any more brothers or sisters of Conan O'Brien. And I want to let you know that you're curbing the population. And now my sister's an adult and I'm an adult and actually I have my daughter and we watch coming O'Brien. And listen to him you all the time Oh no thank you for keeping our numbers will have a great day. Bye. Security numbers. Spermicide Gel. It is so funny because I completely that resonates with me because especially, all those years sixteen years of doing a late night at at twelve thirty people would always come up to me who were new moms and they would say I never was up that late Mrs long before the Internet and ways of recording things. So people would always say I love your show and then tell me why they were up at twelve thirty five which was really funny. We like Oh, I've really grown to love the show. You see I have a very bad rash. Cream. On Every six hours now I put it on before I, go to sleep and that means, I have to get up again at twelve thirty and reapply the cream for my burn. So is it was just always this hilarious really like the show and my teeth need to be taken out at twelve thirty five. And put in a solution of Formaldehyde for ten minutes and then replacing my jaw and during that time while I'm waiting. I watch your show. So but I was specifically here from Mom's and they were always always really tired and they were always pushing a stroller with a newborn baby and they were like shows good theme this week it's a good field. And you could tell they were up watching me under duress. So I believe that. What's the logic? The logic of how I kept the numbers low because they were up feeding the child here's what I think. He wanted they wanted fork or somebody wanted four kids. Then you they would watch you and maybe you took them out of the mood to do it while shit now. Yeah. So that what she's saying is she saying there is it not that she she knows you from a big family and they don't want that. Yeah it could be that too I don't think that was implied I think what she's saying and this could be this is my read on it. But no man can perform while hearing my voice. It's why I can't speak when I'm having sex. because. I. Wither my own erection. My voice. I think that's what she's saying. That's. True, I've been there. withers like. Like. It's like a Chili pepper that withered on the vine. withers instantly like time lapse of something writing word show something Ron I'm laps. Know when it goes from healthy to then just withering really quickly. And there are flies all over it and then It's gone. That's what happened to a mail penis when it hears my voice. I haven't had sex since. I. Know it's and I'll tell you. It's one of the reasons why if you look at countries where this podcast is very popular, those populations are dropping rapidly they're seeing. That's why we are there. They won't allow us to be shown in Italy because Italy has a terrible population problem. They really need the population umbrella in Italy and the Italian people are disappearing. They found out that the doubling tripling the actually we were cutting it by a third. Okay. We were cutting every time. You do Coenen Without Borders you can just measure that data. There's a steep drop. Yeah. We went to Mexico no births since I went to Mexico. No Maria. No birth since I went to Korea last one birth but You were born in your your parents had three more kids though, yeah. But I was kept in a different room kept far away I was up in the attic. Did you. They could have more children. and. That was something that people realized right away that my voice even as a child Wayne when it was a high reading. and. So they realized if we're going to have a large family, which is our dream, we need isolate this child. The isolated me but yeah, I'm a walking spermicide Gel ADIBA owner I suppose you would say. I have called you a boner killer. And passed podcasts I. Think Boehner Killer. Yeah. That would be your superpower. No one. Could we're the opposite of what you would put on this show is the opposite of what you would put on this podcast to set the mood. Yeah right because you know people classically say. This is what you've got to have. You Got a Light East candle. He's very white. Yeah. Yeah and you WanNa get the mood just right and I, think we're the Barry MANILOW PODCASTS Think that's fair to Barry Manilow or Mandla. I think that's fair. I mean Lola she was a dancer. Showgirl Showgirl Yeah Oh. Is that what you did? Yeah. She was a showgirl and she said my right no. She was a showgirl this show, and then she did some really. Anyway. Don't see because. They're okay. But a singing Barry Manilow Boehner kills. Listen I, reject this whole I'm saying very clearly that my ridi needy voice drain any penis of its life giving blood. So even if you were like reading an exotic novel. Lake. Not Exotic. Erotic novel I've tried that. When I read fifty shades of Grey Yeah loud and talk about you know the various plugs that were put in the but. Yeah. It just becomes the least erotic experience anybody's ever. Just said it now you just. By, saying that I can. Yeah, I can. I would like to have a child. You'll be great club. You'll be great. It would be great if I read some erotic fiction and we tested this out, it'd be great if I read a page like the most erotic page of of fifty shades of grey and you would see you would see how no one out there gets aroused. Absolutely. No I could pull it up tune. In next episode let's do a two parter. Try to pull it up. Try to pull it up. It's on your fucking screensaver. Okay. I have all three of the movies. She loves the movies I don't understand the thing about fifty shades of grey witches. They get married I'm sorry. No, and then it's still like this forbidden. He's now it's time for you to put on the leather chaps and descend into the pit and I'm going to take this rubber pickle and I'm GonNa like No. Don't do that. Married people what the fuck you talking about. We gotta go. We gotta get going. We said we were GONNA rent. You know we gotta get over to this lesson we gotta get going was supposed to be there in half an hour s dragging. Your ass. I. I'm going to tie you up and now you're gonNA fucking time here. We've gotta go and we've got to get the PTA thing. We've got to be there. We say we'd be there. Yeah. You're going to.
"maya rudolph" Discussed on Conan O’Brien Needs A Friend
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"maya rudolph" Discussed on Conan O’Brien Needs A Friend
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"maya rudolph" Discussed on Conan O’Brien Needs A Friend
"They were all funny like whether they were male or female but the thing is that the questions that my generation of women were getting was you know it's a real boys club it's aren't live. How do you deal with? That and it was so much. It just didn't. It was based more on this idea that was in print and this journalistic story like everyone has to have a story. So they kept asking us this story that wasn't really applying to us anymore whether we had something to do with it or whether we were the recipients of the benefits of people that came for us whatever the hell it was it just kind of continued onto I I remember all this talking about it because we had to do an article I remember Time magazine. So it was it was something was. Like the perfect storm of like Tina, being the first female head writer and all, and there were like five females in the cast wants and everyone was really strong and that was kind of the moment where I think someone said like, can we stop asking this question because I was never a little girl that was hoping to be the first you know funny woman in my family it was just sort of like being funny was cool. My brother was funny growing up my brother and I used to watch the Gong show and made me laugh and that and my dad showed. Mel Brooks movies and comedy was cool to me. I I wasn't watching it so that I could be a cool lady like it's like you said it was you know my gender was first of all predisposed I had no choice but like it wasn't part of the thought process or conversation and it never is really. So you know it's sort of like it's like. Anything it's like when you put yourself out into the world, people have to create a name for it in a category or in it's like while you're so funny this is the first time you've ever seen you serious. What's that like I'm still the same fucking idiot who's eating the same yogurt every morning I i. haven't changed but people need to define you somehow. How how you are digested in the world eight it is true that. I think. We certainly are getting better, but I just don't know that that is ever GonNa Change because people love to label. It's it's just it's kind of lame while I've. Noticed that it's the need I think it's a very human need is not just the media. I'M NOT GONNA blame the media I think it's a very human need. There's a lot going on out there and we wanna make it make sense. So and you're a fascinating person to talk about this because you are such great shape shifter in you just keep changing and so I think you could put out an album. You could have an incredible crushing in a in a dramatic role you can be A. Steal a show with a voice an cartoon I, you could do a puppet show I just don't know what what you could come up with next. Violence. But I think there's always going to be a desire to say she was a funny lady on us on L. or like then suddenly you know that's always happen to me or like there hasn't been an African American woman on the show since my job I was like, oh I it's good to know I was African. American when I worked there I. It's always something to shout that whenever you would come on camera comes African American. I used to I. Remember I went into the office and I was like am I the black girl on the show and he's like. Always. Think of you as the Jewish girl. I've never gets. Just like just like print. I never going to get a straight answer out of out of. Beloved more neither. But but the truth is that shape shifting thing that you're talking about is actually. Like a very clear indication of like how I liked to put myself out in the world in how I feel about being in the world like I don't really WanNa feel like one thing and I totally get it when you say that not just it's not just a journalistic story that people need to feel like they know what they're consuming or digesting and it, and it is really interesting. You know I think. Just naturally, I really gravitate towards whatever rises to the top if it's fantastic, it's fantastic. I. May know I don't really want to know about the other stuff and if it's like fair to Midland. Sorry, I'm not that interested. So it's it's the quality that I desire and it's I think it's probably the quote the quality of the work that I am looking looking forward to doing in what I'm doing. Which is probably why I don't know. I think maybe like with Connie with the with the big mouth stuff I, think the for one of the most successful things I've ever done but I think it's probably because I'm laughing so hard when I'm doing it, it's like, yeah, they give me the fucking funniest stuff to say, say butthole on a regular basis, which is my all time favorite word like I say the nasty as. dumbest stop and it's so fun and I find myself joyful and Giddy when I leave because because I'm happy and like that stuff is it's back to hold Gilda theory. It's like that that joy you know when you're in the room with someone that makes you laugh when you're at work and you're happy and you're genuinely making yourself laugh, it's just better work. At comes out better and people, and somehow that transfers people it resonates I should as many times but there's so many moments. Some of my happiest moments in my comedy career are not recorded I mean I'm just picturing you in Millennium Kroll Inbetween takes Oh my God around and I think that would be like Oh. Okay. That would you're being just is funny. Being recorded as you are when it's being recorded, the one person that I probably regularly have recorded with more than anyone is nick on for that show and I think he might be one of the funniest fucking people of all time. So that means. Okay, he's not Irish, which is, which is a real, which is a real thing against him. So he's got that going. When. I got two dogs. Now. I just had a dog sent over to you. Did you actually look right there? That's the one I picked out. He's got much bigger than the other. Yeah. Seems his name's Reinhard. I always if I really like a guest I give a signal at one point send a dog over. Yeah. For you this. This monster is a puppy you can both be. Looking Ron zoom call for anyone who doesn't know during this cover. That's how we do it and you are being very generous and showing you keep swinging the camera around to show us all kinds of things I now know where you live. I can. I can judge by the PIN. Oak. Outside it's not. It's not as glamorous as we saw, I live in a one bedroom contracts depressing. It's really depressing and there's just there's an old poster of the funds. On the wall and just some scattered a man he was one of my first loves in I used to play demolition. Derby, when I was a kid, enwrap my arm in a paper towel hoping that I was like pinky remember Pinky Tuscany asking Guerrero and I would. I would fantasize got to marry the funds now. So cool. This is such a creepy thing but one of my first TV crush and is so creepy.
"maya rudolph" Discussed on Conan O’Brien Needs A Friend
"You need to know where it's from ninety six calories and three point, two cars for twelve ounces I promise i. read the copy had a time next time. Bring this idea of music and comedy together because I do think one of you are or maybe some source of your superpower is that you are very talented musician and an incredibly talented comedian and actor and I see it all coming together I mean in so many places. But specifically, and this is one of the roles that you've been nominated for Connie the hormone monstrous. You the voicing now it's genius voicing remember when your character I showed up on on big mouth. It's this great scene where you show up and you just is so hard to hit a home run with just your voice but you come out and I don't know where that voice comes from. I have no idea where that voice comes from but it is one of the greatest vocal performances I've seen in animation and I've I've been around animation a bit I I was blown away by that performance is still in we started doing big mouth and I was hired to be Nick's mom Fred Arnesen and I were hired as. His parents and I think it was like the third, the second or third episode Nick Kroll already was doing a hormone monster and so Jesse's character needed a woman's stress and she was getting her period and it was all kind of a perfect storm and I end they threw it to me I. think the idea was to do a one off thing. I don't know where the hell that voice came from but you know the reason I bring it go back to the music thing is that no one without innate musical talent could play that character because there's something I'm not going to try and do it because i. Wish, you would. There's a power tongue. And you're talking about how? Bad this is now next. Voice I do always Nixon. Girls having her period. I will. Resign the presidency effective. Nobody. Actually Laker, there's there's there's this such syrupy sensual sometimes. I'll see something in print that reminds me I'm not insane but I got obsessed with the way your character said this certain word and then I saw online that people were talking about. Ban Bubble by. But you take there's there's only two BS in there and it's but you. Punch a meal. That's. Ever. Still make a meal out of that. So. True. Bubble umbrella. I. Doing an member sort of being Egged on to like Kim, can you find more? Can you find? Actually pay and we were trying to make I. Think maybe initially because she's meant to be a hormone monstrous, we were trying to make her voice a roller coaster. Roller coaster of emotion. So it was sort of that low high low depending stuff and then I don't know where bubble blast. Never I I have never ever ever ever ever asked to celebrity to do my out going message but I swear to God, there's a good chance I'll call you and ask you in Because all I don't even want it to say, Hey. I'm not here. Now I just want people who don't get me to hear you say. Slowly. babble out. Back Should, take a long time mobile. Reading A. But by the way, I would be happy to do that for you. I'm going to get charged. A nominal fee. Pliers thousand dollars. Thousand Dollars and a little bit of stock in the my pillow. I just want to see that guy get more money. We'll take care of him. We'll take very, very good care of you. Know I'm I'm. I'm I don't think emmys her emmy nominations are always proof of anything. I think some you know sometimes people get an emmy nomination like wait what and if you know Pol Pot got an emmy nomination. In the seventies for his crimes. But my point. One one he beat Bob Newhart. We know what? They did Stalin. Got One Stalin Yeah Stalin surprise me. I mean listen I don't I I don't currently own an. Emmy. and. I'M NOT GONNA lie that it would be great to to to have one to make Martin shoes field shorter but. I'm so happy Martin Short Guy Love Him. He's a friend but he's gotta go gotta go man yeah. I was at his house not too long after the fires. And I walk in and he says something's happened and he takes me into his office. He's all his pictures as Miami's gone and he's Really, being matter of fact about how his Ami's missing, we had the fires and he had he had to evacuate everyone in in the area had to evacuate anytime at this and then Henry and his his son Henry and his daughter-in-law came home and he was telling them I don't believe this something happened. He said, Dad, it's in the back of my car. So basically what he had Henry do is pack everything important. So he told key told Henry to pack up his emmy just in case the house burned down and guess what? I'll tell you a true story about Martin. He has two dogs and he left the dog. That's a true story. I believe that took the Ami. Food? For. The Emmy. And left the. Actually, house. Like a little. A carrying case. On the front of him like a newborn. He has a baby bjorn. Holds and the thing is the Emmy Marty Marty Short. told me this emmy loves to hear your heartbeat. It knows, and so he had the emmy and. He's got all these lacerations from the sharp wings but Yeah. You know is this true I always heard that Tina fey sawyer at the groundlings and she was really blown away. By you but she was really impressed. I think the story was that you had maybe you're improv partner was not helping you out too much. saw how you handled it, which I can imagine you doing so well but. Being Improv is such A. You are so dependent on another person on the other person is, can you elaborate on that story? I don't want to have any names or you know well. My impressed partner Conan O'Brien and I. Listen. The truth is that I knew. I knew right away that she was. One of those things where you're at the theater and you hear like some some hot shots from Sarah live, we're going to be they always producers from the show we're going to be in the audience. So everyone's nervous but the truth is that later on when she did tell me, I saw that guy was fucking with you and I saw how you handled it because the truth is he wasn't being a bad improviser. He was so skilled that he was fucking with me. And she knew that and she could tell that end it really pleased me that she recognized that what someone who probably isn't an improviser would've noticed that he was trying to fuck me up and make me stumble and. Because, there were these people in the audience. It was that kind of thing and and I was really I was really grateful that was someone that speaks that language that understood and she knew so we've tried to kill him but. We haven't had. We haven't had any success. No, it's I mean I think Bob Odenkirk has since apologized. But I. AM. Very. To I mean to you to Tina Amy Poehler. Kristen wig I mean all these people that I have a daughter sixteen year old daughter and all of you and you and you know so well, you've been relentlessly funny and inventive and talented, and then I'm GonNa make sure I said it's the right way like people's gender to me is almost like it's the afterthought. Funny People I mean, I love I love that we're getting to a place where it used to be Lucille ball is a funny woman and then I think I am I hope this is true that we're getting to a place where it's just there's so many Goddamn really funny brilliant women who are I don't know gender a emmy it's part of it, but it's not part of it in a beautiful way. Does that make this? Yes because you and I have both been through this. So many times we've heard this question before we were brought up in an environment where. It's a woman a woman in comedies is the phrase that you hear over and over again, and then when when my group was at Saturday night live, there were so many incredible women that were there before me and I love both men and women on the show I was I was equally attracted I would have had sex with all of them..
"maya rudolph" Discussed on Conan O’Brien Needs A Friend
"You can do it on zoom. You can have a quick porch beer with your neighbors and chums. With a socially distant hang you can. With your toast to friends near a far great taste is always close by you know why? Why great taste is Miller. And if Miller is something you have than great taste is nearby. Okay. Classic Logic Yeah. Right, now, enjoying a Miller lite with friends looks different everyone. Okay. Fine but it's still important to stay connected and you want a drink with other people i. do when I drink alone, people get worried about me. If you're stuck at home you know with a roommate or partner. You want to get out and have no our time. Get your friends on the. Idea when I didn't read this ahead of time minutes very Tortured logic? I mean I'll just read the overview. Some people are stuck in a house with their roommates and partners while others are back home with their families. Some keep their interactions strictly digital while others have embraced hangouts outdoors at a safe distance from online. Happy. Ariza socially distanced picnics every five hundred piece puzzle in between we're enjoying new as spending time with their friends. That's so many words that what I could say much more. Simply I know be Miller time that it. Can happen over zoom or were. Socially distant, you can tow someone who's more than six feet away instill enjoy your Miller how about that? Can't they just write that? What was all that stuff? They wrote I don't know. Yeah. I don't know that's how I stay connected with my chums my pal eric rife from my friend Greg Daniels I'm calling them all the time on zoom and saying, Hey, let's crack some Miller is and let's all talk. Yeah. You got some brews and talk about the old day we call them Bruce Skis. And yes, we do talk about the old days. So, that's a good time for me. What time were you you like more time to love Miller time I love it so on my gods. Bruschi with the boys Greg Daniels and Eric Rights don't forget Rodman's in there and then my Rodman man when you guys when you get us together and we started cracking those Miller's crack crack crack and we start talking about butterflies. Great. Tastes only ninety six calories and three point carbs when your friends are enjoying. You and your friends. Head. His crazy logic. However.
"maya rudolph" Discussed on Conan O’Brien Needs A Friend
"Yeah it was like okay but I remember I heard it all of us backstage we're talking about I think people in the audience thought it might happen was this rumor so I'm backstage and Stevie wonder is onstage and he's playing and I'm suddenly aware the way you're aware like in the six cents of a presence like I could see suddenly my breath you know and I turn to the left and princess their. Backstage. And he's air drumming along it to this music and it's the best air drumming. I've ever seen. Yes. It's better than the like the drummer what the real drummer is doing with stevie wonder what would princess doing his better it's fantastic and so he signed me went hey and I said Oh yeah. Hey Hey, how are you good good and he's still air drumming not missing a beat and then he said I said So there's a rumor that you're going to go out and play with stevie wonder and he went. Now do that no just to to watch anyway Oh you're not gonNA play anyone now no gonNA play. Anyway Okay and just then stevie wonder starts to play superstition to don't Ding Ding Ding Ding Ding Ding thing and I'm thinking okay and I said Yeah. Because they're people were saying you were going to go out and he looked. Now, man I'm really not going out and as he said, I'm going out this technician put. They knew. Her faked that perfect Paisley Guitar around his neck and it was all mic`ed up and he looked at me went gotta go and then he fell in with. Bone phone. Don't don't don't don't and walked out onstage. fucker. What why and part of me thought he just came in it's to be secret. I'm backstage you're going out in eight seconds you can tell me your going out, but this was him saying. In his own way mystical way I can't ruin the surprise. And I thought that's perfect gun. dammit. That's frustrating and so accurate it was perfect. If that's who he was. He was I think that thing that he did he created this mystique in this thing that he couldn't. He couldn't put down anymore I think he had to have that game. There was never there was never an answer there was never a yes. He's coming. No, he's not coming. You might see him. You might end the tinder of everyone talk that is the that might be the best story about his mystique had I've ever? No it's an absolutely true story and I sent heard Largo I'm sure you've performed at Largo. We're we're doing our late night shows that Largo theater an now in Los Angeles I'm so happy about that. But flannery who runs Largo told me Oh he used to always when someone he liked was coming on he'd call ahead and they make all these like I. If I could sit in the back and can I have this to drink and can I have this ready? Can I have? Never come. Somewhere, he was giggling somewhere he was doing. When were we going to get the memo that that you could be cool too if you if you fuck with people like that, just don't we don't put in the energy and the time to be that cool. You know what I think. Also it's different than that I think you could do it. I could put in all the energy and all the time and people would just say what an asshole. Head and he said mixture this chicken mcnuggets made with sour sauce and make sure that you know you have my favorite pillow and then hide and show up. Hey, guess way asshole you owe us for they. Obviously I worry a lot about security an international figure figure known throughout the world also. Not Beloved. Of Enemies, I have enemies all over the place. On this podcast on this podcast in my office mostly. Sunny. You probably know of many people have said, hey, we're exactly live so I can dispatch inches to go beat him with pipes right and I give them your address I know. And Ninjas beating new it's such a waste of a Ninja Ninja beat you with a bike. When they have all these other skills but I, do I think security is not just important for a fellow like me known throughout the world. But for anybody and when it matters most, you've got to trust a D. T. because now more than ever you need peace of mind with twenty four, seven rapid response monitoring from the.
"maya rudolph" Discussed on Conan O’Brien Needs A Friend
"Think it was an okay show nothing to write home about he's outside as studio six say afterwards and he's like I'm like Oh. Wow Jeff, it's Mr bag could so cool to have you here anyone. For a good do you do? Would finally be happy and I'm like wetter. What do you mean like like he was like? Just to be as you know. And I was like thinking, we mean to do what? I do have light chat with someone from Dawson's Creek what the fuck are you talking about by the way? That's specifically. To. The way you handle Vanderbeek. You And I just couldn't understand what he was talking about, and then when you through commercial and then there was a commercial data I don't know how you do it. Was He dying when he? Yes he was. Very few people know this but he had a terrible disease at the time and he was literally running out of air as I spoke to him which is. You know it sounds like you're putting down my impression, but it's actually very very. Accurate. In hearing that it really makes me believe in my own personal theory that might be complete bullshit, which is that there is something I don't know if musical is the right word for it. But what he was watching you do is something that is really only attainable by the comedian. Yes, and we feel the same way about that unbelievable ability. When we see a fantastic musician EPS like I said, people can play music but we're talking about fantastic musicians and there is something about timing that is not. That's my cart delivery guy's. Sent over. Thank you. Thank you for ECKSTEEN fryer chickens. People I mean that's all I live on. There's something about that. That is just that's not that the that that isn't fake and I think that's really exciting to what is it she's GonNa get him and then she's GonNa. Who's GonNa Talk Okay I'm just gonNA describe your people because they can't see it. You're holding up a beautiful. All's Malda. Okay now it's clear. It's a dog affect. Your, what's your dog's name daisy? Daisy said I'm going to help CONAN proving that I. Am a dog by these audio format going worth. I just squash I squeeze the life out of I g would you know so I was showing everybody before, but she likes to sit in this like weird nook where like she can't she's she gets squished on Vince young be like a womb womb thing for. Some people want to be crushed. It's one of my erotic fantasies. Excuse me and I thought that's it says here. On the paper talk to me about your. Faith. into. Be crushed and constrained. That is what I wanted to talk to you about today I mean look we could get into the amazing work you've done and all the things that are happening for you and talk about comedy. But now I'm a fledgling fledgling therapist as well. I mean I've got to find some. Of these days, we'll go then you can help me it really wanna be i. think of tight belts. Their Titan and And the woman is saying you be good and it's naked snake comes out of her mouth. The therapist I know. You're good. Yes. Pretty good and pretty. And then the snake says except your wheel sexually. Hey whoa. Okay. That was too much. Probably too much. I did want to bring up I know that you are. A huge admire of prince is music and that you had this incredible band princess do you still do you still do princess occasionally? Do you guys reformed? You still perform? We do I mean I didn't know we we were doing it when he was alive. because. My friend Gretchen and I were just doing it anyway it was like one of those things like I'm going to be doing this in my car anyway or like doing this in the shower, we might as well do this publicly not together. We weren't in the shower together but. Could. Your college buddies, but another my fantasy scotty up but then we we realized that the prince that we loved was the prince that we grew up with which was this early. Gritty up in two purple rain in a little bit beyond that. Bright Sun and he was really back to what we were talking about before I realized as an adult really funny. His stage his stage performances had such great stuff to he was he was like. I mean among one of my favorite performers that will ever that I have ever seen I don't know if you've got to see him live but it was so zillow rating because he could do anything and then he was also really funny too and there was something about that combination. So that's why we started doing it and we were kind of laughing through it in all that wonderful energy combined we were doing that shows in then he died and I thought well, this sucks I don't WanNa do this anymore but after a while it started to feel nice to celebrate him and then Weirdly Lake found all these other. You know you find more of your people and like we all these other kind of freaks who felt the same exact way in that they got all the jokes. They knew how funny he was. They knew all the wives. Stephan. They loved the the bootlegs. We all knew the same bootlegs in the same long versions of things and he just happened to. Be a prolific musician that there was just. So there's so much stuff to cover that we always do new stuff every time. So we've been doing it for while I. Think we were talking about doing something again before the election get people to vote but I don't think we'll be doing it just yet. Yeah. Yeah. I don't think. So either I think covid will not allow that but. Imagine you got to meet Prince. I, did get to meet him. The other day that I didn't know him intimately like he wasn't like a like a true friend but I but he knew I loved him which made me feel really proud and then good I got to hug him three times in my life fewer there. The one of those nights you were there for the one of the hugs, which is dead snl I, saw him. Several Times he was at SNL when I was there I don't remember what year that was and I, thought that is the most perfect looking human I've never seen and people have asked me and I said, and I don't mean it to be. It's not about his size it's not like A. Joke that he was small. He was like a doll very perfectly made though and I'm talking about his face and he's features and. He looked like he had been crafted by by a by a beautiful. You know someone who really knew workmanship and I cried. And I had a funny thing with him, which is I was hosting something I. think it was for Tiger Woods, some charity event, and they had this amazing lineup and they asked me a sort of MC or do stuff I can't remember but I remember it was I was at this venue an insane lineup the person closing the show is going to be stevie wonder. And so I'm backstage and there was this rumor that may be prince might show up and play with Stevie wonder always a rumor by the way never never confirmed..
"maya rudolph" Discussed on Conan O’Brien Needs A Friend
"To turn out live and everyone would be nervous around you. Do you know what I mean, which is very hard to accept you. There's this acceptance that if you're lucky happens later on that, you can never feel when you're at Santa Live because it feels like it's your in highschool you can't feel too -solutely like like maybe college at best. But yeah, I, mean my my office was so messy Shitty it probably smelled bad because we were in there you know when the cleaning people were supposed to come in we were in there till eight o'clock in the morning so it was Disgusting I mean I was there for the days that some of those dudes were being in cops and leaving them on their shelf you know those Those stories during the podcast. I'm doing it now right right right now. There we go. What was the question? distracted. Back. But Yeah said it so well, because the minute you said, these beautiful people will come in your office. Might I thought was J. Lo you know like her was the first time Jennifer Lopez. Came into the office and we were pitching her something and I thought God. I'm really not that's a real person that person skin looks that good in in real life and. This was before people were were be surgically augmenting their posterior hers is real and it was in my office and it was beautiful rise. All right. Beautiful. Did you look. Just. Staring at it like it was the second coming of. I. I honestly was it was really beautiful. Here, it can heal the sick. You will walk again. Little boy in a wheelchair is brought to. And he just looks at in and then he's tap dancing. Is after the. Steps in. He goes right to tap. He's Not Good. Tap Dancer. But he's just so excited to be walking. because. No but it's So true. What you said is exactly true not the not the tap dancing part, but the the the high school the. impostor syndrome though like I do believe that it, it's It's there for a reason whether it was intended initially or not, but it does breed. You know something where we work harder that much harder I mean when I worked there I didn't have a family I lived alone and I lived Lake Lake Vampire like there was nothing in my frigerator and I don't know anything had been cleaned and I was rarely home because everything. I did was for that place and that's all that mattered at that time. But it but it made me really it made me a really dedicated a hard worker. You think like a lot of us a lot of us thought I work there I soon alive that was a dream of yours. You were a huge. Fan of Gilda Radner and I'm wondering, why did you gravitate I mean I, I think the answer is obvious and this isn't me being many people gravitated her but what was it specifically about Gilda radner free you funny because when you're a kid and you like something like that, you don't know why you think it was odd that I like that and then you meet all your people and you find out later that Tina loved or an amy loved her and. Everybody. Had the same feelings for me it was this adult world that my parents were old enough to be a part of labor watching. The show and I know now that other than the fact that they all looked cool Gilda radiated some sort of joy and You wanted to be her friend. I've felt this gravitational pull to her smile and to joy that she was having a night and I later recognized this feeling for myself that when I feel that way when I want to play with someone that means that I that. I. That I'm going to enjoy it. That means I obviously, like it you know when you really feel like you're pulled in like, oh, I want to go play with that person you know. You know that you're you're GONNA love it. I never got to meet Gilda radner but meaning there I just know that she would have been delightful person and I know so many people who've said, oh no no, she was absolutely delightful and you would have had a really good time with her I think what you hit on is this thing that makes me think about music and comedy and how it's all about playing. This is one of my favorite things to talk about you know that the going to know that. You'RE GONNA know that in a minute. I think intuitively brought you to i. mean this is just what I do. It's like I have a divining Rod. But no, but I was GonNa say I you you say it. It's you can enjoy yourself in tap into this frequency and it's fun afterwards people like that was great. Good job. You think job. Yeah. I I would have done that for free and I've been doing it for free for the last forty eight years really or at least the first twenty something. Years in my house on end for my parents in their friends in my living room it's the thing that you do in. It feels right it feels good. The thing you were bringing up about music also just fascinates me because I'm fascinated by the music comedy connection especially and I know you understand that being a musical person yourself. So it's like this strange. Place where it sits like me. I'm fascinated by the place where there's a mutual admiration society between musicians and Comedians, and also how they're very exclusively. Their own things in great musicians can't really be fabricated either just great musician or not. It's there's. There's really no inbetween in the same I think with a great comedian. I. Could. That's why I love hearing. You know bands talk about like quote spinal tap or jazz or quote you know their favorite funny things 'cause I. I know that they understand how funny it is. For some reason they both operate on the same frequency. Will you know it's interesting because you as someone who's very? incredibly adopted both. Maybe you can answer this. There's this weird thing where rock God's envy. COMEDIANS. Yes and comedians every community Nano wants to be a rock God because it's it just seems objectively cooler to be them. Done doesn't it? It's definitely cooler hands down from comedians point of view to be the Rock, God one, hundred, thirty percent. But I don't know talk to them about it and surprise I still. Cooler no, no. No. I will tell you a quick story has happened in the nineties out used to my own warm up on the show and I would actually sing a song and and I'm walking up the aisle and I stop and Jeff Beck will sitting in the audience probably next May many people put him on par with Eric Clapton as one of the great guitarists of all time and just this iconic amazing incredible musician and still making great music and he is he is you know in that Pantheon of Sixties and seventies rock odds, and he's sitting in the aisle. And I go beyond I see him and I think shit it's Jeff back. I can't believe what's he doing here and so I- recover I don't call him out I get through the warm up I do the show the show's over. Of I..
"maya rudolph" Discussed on Conan O’Brien Needs A Friend
"Back Man knows it not choose Backman Halloway but anyway. The host of the Bachelor Right Bing Bing. Shalimar. Shalimar would say. and. Here he is and I come out. Yeah it's. A franchise that's existed for so long and I would kill. And whoever sticks it out gets to have a little bundt cake. Therefore. You get a Bundt cake. Will Anyway we can't mess around we got a we got a fantastic show today. Today. Let me tell you who's on. Yes. So right they already announces on. Yeah. It's one of the big surprise. A fundamentally don't understand how my own podcast word. Says when you get the show who's on the show generally mean they've already introduced they already introduced themselves. It's so clear I. Don't don't listen to it. I don't know what I'm doing. I'm just having a good time. Yeah. I'm very excited about our guest. My guest today is someone who I've wanted to have a on the program since the very beginning of his ghastly she's a hilarious actress and comedian. who was a cast member on Saturday night live and starting to hit the bridesmaids she's currently nominated for three. emmys could God three Emmys just this season alone for her roles on Senate live big mouth and the good place I am thrilled and honored she is with us today. Maya Rudolph Welcome. Start by bragging on your behalf, which is you are currently nominated for three. emmys. A bitch that's. Pretty. Cool. Yay. Wouldn't say it's a big I. Don't know what I'd say I guess you're supposed to say like ain't dat bounded which if you're cool I don't really know if I'm saying it right but I'm pretty thrilled well, I am cool and you're supposed to say dad bout a bitch because that's how I talk. That's what people CONAN. CONAN is and that's that was my catchphrase in the nineties when I was in late Natta go in the show by going ain't bad bout a bitch people went crazy. Yeah just crowd would go nuts. But say, something you get your nominated for three Emmys this year for your roles on live big mouth and the good place check this out. You are the first actor in Emmy History in Emmy history to be nominated twice in the same guest category in a single year. That's fucking crazy. fucking crazy. I. I can't believe it's me that they're talking about what I looked into it. They're not it's a mistake clerical. Yeah, it's no, it's not it was about Angela. I'll take it. It says right here Angela Bassett and they fucked up by I'll take it Angela I'll take. Let me tell you something CONAN. I'm not getting a lot of great news these days. I. Don't know about you but it's nice to get good news. Yeah, it is. Well, I can imagine you getting the call early in the morning. I'm guessing that you're nominated three times and then this historic twice in your competing against yourself in the same guest category and there's such a rivalry going on at my house right now. Between me and. Great. So great if. If you were just sort of bitchy about yourself flying she's okay. There's some hate campaigns out. There's reporting out against yourself. You've seen her on Saturday night live but as she really reading the Cue cards soon. As long as you hate, yourself met my advice to you is put all of your self esteem into these emmys. If you win really love yourself and if for some reason you don't, which is typically difficult. But if you didn't I think you should just feel tear accident all. Yeah. Why wouldn't do that? No, I'd stick around but you. Might. Be. A. Point I make a really good point. I'm very happy for you. I'm always I WANNA say nourished when really talented people are recognized. And you've been recognized many times but it makes me believe in the system. Does that make sense? It's kind of makes me. I feel like I'm talking about someone else. I know because I feel the same way because I think you and I both share the same underdog DNA because of our Saturday night live time that we put in and so no matter how successful you become or how loved or lauded you are. We. Were originally plebes working within a system that I mean I'm being facetious when I say that I you know there's nothing more proud of than being live but there's this amazing thing that Lorne did which was when he created that place he put in that not ready for primetime players thing that built up this kind of amazing camaraderie with all of us that work there both the cast and the writers that. made us these underdogs because we had these movie stars coming in and out every week and we were the hardworking scrappy kids that that fought really hard to get our shit on the air and that's where you find all those incredibly talented people that weakened in week out, you know put their lifeblood into that place. Really are the people that you know but don't always get the credit and so i. Came really used to that. You know I mean I. think that's kind of my response. Every time something gets recognized that it's that someone that I think is amazingly talented because it happens rarely in minority interesting is that there's this feeling that I had a son it live and I think it's what you're describing of kisses it's you know the institution the comedic institution may be in American history it's this. Incredible place that you go into. But while you're there, it plays on all your insecurities. That's what happened to me. I never felt like I deserved to be there I would work incredibly hard and no matter what kind of success I had there I thought I'm just the guy that's here to sort of fix the furnace. So you had tremendous success, but there's something about leaving and then you have done. So well as yourself on your own terms that an it's the same thing you know a Tina Fey as some people amy poehler you've become those people that would then come back..
"maya rudolph" Discussed on Conan O’Brien Needs A Friend
"Hey, everybody. Welcome to those terrible trying to get. Off. Try to get hello and welcome to another episode of Conan O'Brien needs a friend I really do need a friend. We all need a friend during these times these very trying times and so throw to be doing the podcast you know he's nourishes me can you tell that sonar that the podcast nourishes me? What? Me I, enjoy it I enjoy the pious on a hard concept understand it's a nurse is weird word I. See that you enjoy what do you mean? Now people say that man do you think it was so weird that I say the podcast nourishes me no, think it's like you're like A. Vampire who feeds on an adoration of other people so it does make sense to me. Yeah. So I was thinking of myself as a as an infant suckling not. Neither one is an win, but I'm I do agree. Yeah. That's how I see it. I. See the PODCAST is I'm a newborn and I need a fresh mother's milk. Yes and I found this medium quite by accident and I'm sure I don't belong here but I'm suckling at the T to podcast. I don't think of myself as a one peer. That's vampire pronounced in the old nineteenth century since one peer. Why? Why? What why would anyone need to care? They pronounced vampire in the eighteenth century I. Think they didn't they met is there's a movie, the one where. The Francis for Kabul. Swampy Gary Oldman over enunciate everything. Why don't you grew? All my God I love that movie I try to get my kids to watch that movie of the night and they was describing it to them and they. They don't watch horror. My kids won't watch horror and I love or movies, and also in that movie has so many it has great. Truly great moments and then moments that are like. So ridiculous. You know and and some of the performances and in some of the imagery, it's insane. Anyway, we've decided one way or the other whether you say it nourishes me or it sucks me it suckled you. Yes, wait I said. Well you know what a way? Can I say something and this is gonna sound a little maybe a little self centered. The medium has suckled at me Oh because I think I have nourished podcasts with my contribution. And I know that that's going to win rage podcast community they're going to say who? Came along with a year and a half ago the fuck and I go no no no I'm sorry. Other podcasts but you suckle it might just as I sucked yours. And it's been two years. So fuck off. Yeah. Yeah once you get bit by a one pier. Man I think it's Too late to introduce you guys now but of course of obsession my assistant until well, she moves on. Yes. Many hints but nothing happens and then of course man. Terrific. A podcast produce. You do a great job. You really thinks where's the bit? There's no he really does do a good job. Yeah. I have a pitch for us. Yes. I think the three of us should go on the sensation that's sweeping. America floor is lava dino about this. No it's this huge new game show on Netflix where three people have to go across a room where all the furniture's floating in lava and you have to use all this kind of like. Strategy in coordination of work together as a team and I think we'd all let me ask a couple of questions to understand. So quickly as it is it real lava, it's nobody's red colored water and when the people fall in, they cut away and you never see them in like they die. Wow. It's about teamwork we die. No. Yeah. I. Think. So I think so I think you would start speaking way too loud and that would part the love the would move aside. Be a path. That doesn't But. Just because no, seriously, you'd be like now we. A burrito and all of the the lava would part. Well, this is a huge show is huge. Yeah and you think the three of us should go on it. Yeah. I think it will be a study and dysfunction would they'd book us. I. Mean obviously there'd be you know GonNa Brian. That's that's exactly why yeah they would they. But when I say I'm bringing to friends from the podcast along don't get some pushback. Hey, why not Andy Garcia? With I'm not pretending that I have a posse that's me Andy Garcia and. Larry Storage. Larry you think he's close to one hundred years old and he played a garden on f troop. That's my posse. Strange posse but it's my posse. Do they get celebrities on that show they have not yet. You're pitching. Your. Normal everyday I thought they got like the top celebrities in the. That, you could be on it, but they do those teachers the tennis friends we would be the podcasters. No. No no, we would not be. The podcasters would be Conan O'Brien, and then those two people. That's what it would be. We don't even get names how people you'd be person one. Person To. I'm sorry. That's how it works I. Don't think this is a good idea. You don't think we should go on the show because they show should go on forever bachelor was I can't go on the best I can I because I'm Mary Oh you can't know and you're you're I'm not saying this to be mean you're too old. I'm not saying that to be a mean you are wait a minute wait a minute you had perfect out, which is Conan you've been married for almost twenty years. You can't be on the bachelor and you can go with that. How might you all bachelor? Twenties and thirties. So what I looked no idea how old I am very useful person you've been on television for as long as some of those contestants have been alive. I got started very young and I've had a lot of work done. I'm telling you if I was a bachelor so many women would just be losing it hoping that I is it the. Rose what do you do? Yeah. You give a rose wants trump's with C. show on. Be on a reality, show. I. You just to be flanked by a lot of women I want I think a lot of very young women who were like fitness instructor would be saying I got to spend time in the hot tub with Conan, but then Kirsty. Came Long. Episodes of the Bachelor I had to leave to go take cholesterol lowering medication. I needed a nap and I wanted to watch the latest Ken Burns documentary. There's just twenty rows and. Rows that's. Roses everywhere all these. Women are like, who is this? Is like how old is he? Is this you're kidding he's that old way when I was born, he was forty. How. Is that even possible? And I come out every now, and then it'd be like who wants to showed overall. Like No. Thank you. I'll give you the lowe's if you love me smell your hair. You never eliminate anyone you just. Say bring a friend. Say bring a friend. I would say I'd be completely asexual. We've had a great couple of months here. You have an eliminated any of us. Maybe, I'll give grow soon. Even one fucking rows away you will pieces. Shit. I'm not as old as you think I. Am he? is so much. We just went off the island. Good if you're lucky out, have sex with you. They should do a creepy old bachelor. Convinced me. Forget. Floors lava. Does she do is the new show I'm looking at called. Extra. Batch. Bad Shirt Bachelor and then of the women want to be with him. I Really WanNa see that show that's just called every office environment. Yeah, probably. They never know who the bachelor until they get there. I think they don't. Can you imagine faces? Yeah. You think all of those women and they go like well now who hosts the bachelor is Chris Harrison. You thought it was style Jelly Oh no stipe shuttling quit a couple usually go. Back Man knows it not choose Backman Halloway but anyway. The host of the Bachelor Right Bing.
Kristen Bell says her 5 1/2-year-old daughter is 'still in diapers'
"So actress Kristen bell says her five year old daughter is still in diapers she's five not any up the soda but mom's planing with Kristen bell she told Maya Rudolph and Casey Wilson about her issues with toilet training while the five year old is still in diapers she says that her other daughter learn to use the toilet at twenty one months bell stressed the importance of remembering that every kid is
"maya rudolph" Discussed on Late Night with Seth Meyers Podcast
"The Vice President Mike Pence is facing criticism after he toured corona virus testing facility yesterday without wearing a face mask but he might be okay because looking at him. He drinks plenty of bleach recorded from locations. That are not Thirty Rockefeller Plaza. Please enjoy this podcast edition of late night with Seth Meyers on. Today's show seth chance with his friend former Saturday night. Live colleague Maya Rudolph but I thought closer look. The president ignored repeated warnings in his intelligence. Briefings that the pandemic could be devastating. And now he and his sycophants on State. Tv or pushing people to go back to work before. It's safe for more in.
"maya rudolph" Discussed on Hysteria
"And that was really compelling. I feel like I watched a lot more Netflix than I ever have before. This is my year. I'll so much. Thank you so much, and yeah, I mean, there's just so many like my personal favorite female performance of the year. Maya Rudolph's character in big mouth. I have always liked the horny mon-. She's the horn. She's the horny monster female horny monster, and she is unbelievable error. She's so awesome. And like it just it it transcends. What you think can be done within the confines of an animated show. She's so good. She. And you think about like, I don't think that we think about big math is a female driven show, and maybe it's not necessarily, but like goddamn, the the voice performances that are so good. And she's really spectacular. I auditioned for a lot of important female parts that I didn't get cut right there. I would say out there thing. Yeah. Yeah. I've no, I don't I'm not so lucky very lucky. I really don't anymore. Like, she's You're not not gonna get. get. I can't act. So that's why don't just for things. Well, that's your review. Hopefully next year. We have the the ability to care about more stupid garbage. But also not at the expense of the stuff that matters. Because we really I think we're moving in the right direction guys one to one ratio. I think we're, Yup. For every stupid thing you care about try to care about a thing that matter for everything that matters that you're forced to care about allow yourself a stupid stupid thing. That's so great. Yeah. Good thing. French fries and salad. Good rule of them shell it. Exactly. Right. Right. Or that old? Mitch Hedberg joke about the carrot stick in the onion ring going to his stomach at the same time and the carrots gets the onion ring. Yes. Oh, man. Yeah. Do that. But with like stupid stuff in good stuff. Okay. Good rule going into twenty nineteen. We have to take a quick break though. And when we.
Idiocracy and Wenatchee Washington and what they have in common
"What the the winner of this week's idiosyncrasy award goes to my hometown of Wenatchee Washington for bringing a part of the movie into. To the real world. If you haven't seen idiot Krissy even though I call it the scariest horror movie of all time. What Kapadia has it listed as a two thousand six American science fiction, comedy film, directed by Mike judge and starring Luke Wilson, Maya Rudolph index shepherd. The film tells the story of two people who take part in a top secret military human hibernation experiment only to a week in five hundred years later in a dystopia and society where anti intellectualism and commercialism have run rampant and which is devoid of intellectual curiosities, social responsibility, and coherent notions of Justice and human rights, which is why I call it the scariest horror movie of all times because we're not supposed to see things from a five hundred year mythical future where mankind has evolved in real life. This was an outlandish movie that at the time could never become a reality, but twelve years later. Ter- and we see things almost daily that could have been ripped straight out of this movie like this. In one scene, they showed the outside of a hospital where the site inch was just not thought out properly. Let alone the name, something that obviously could never happen in a real life scenario. Right? Oh, no, my friends, you would be mistaken when actually Washington, just unveiled this new sign to the public one that thousands will see every day as they travel the George seller bridge on their way to win at Aki and that I'm sure not one not two, but at the very least three people would have had to have looked at and said, Yep, that looks good to me. Now it's not all the city's fault as they outsource the work to Lynnwood company called trans blue. Why they went with a company out there with such horrible reviews is anyone's guess. It should make me giggle because like the movie that even ran. Out a room at the end and had to curve the word down, but it just makes me sad for the future of humanity. This movie was supposed to be comedy, not a documentary of the future, please society I beg of you. Let this be the last thing out of this movie that appears in real life or else before, you know, it will have president Camacho in the White
Review: Big Mouth Season Two Released On Netflix
"Hormone monster Ford, the guys in the female one for the ladies and Maya Rudolph stars as the female hormone monster. And Nick Kroll actually does the male hormone monster. It's I can't recommend it enough Jenny slate John Mullany, they also do voices for Armenian. So if you want to relive some of the most awkward moments in your life than I recommend going over to big mouth season to burn you'll probably want to be of a certain age because if you're too close to it it might still bring back memories. Okay. So that's big mouth on the flicks. There's two seasons. How like how long are the shows
Katy Perry and Orlando Bloom Look So in Love as They Make Their Red Carpet Debut as a Couple
"Bungee jump out of a helicopter. I didn't wanna say anything until he was safely on the ground, but I was like, Will Smith? How could you twenty? Eighteen has been hard enough. Why would you put yourself in danger like this? Don't you know how much we love you? Speaking of emotional roller coasters. It's time for the inner Tate news are, as I like to call it your recess from the real news. Here we go. Maya Rudolph and Kristen wig are starring in a new animated series for FOX. This is exciting news, but also I have some grievances. Cartoons are all well