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"mindy kaling" Discussed on The Bible in a Year
"Then all the prince's came to jeremiah and asked him and he answered them as the king had instructed him so they left off speaking with him for the conversation had not been overheard and jeremiah remained in the court of the guard. Until the day that jerusalem was taken the book of judith chapter eight the character of judith at that time judith heard about these things. She was the daughter of murari the son of ox son of joseph son of zeal son of al qaeda. Son of anna's son of gideon team son of youtube son of elijah son of held kaya son of elliott son of nathaniel son of saleh meal son of sarah die son of israel. Her husband manasseh. Who belonged to her tribe and family had died during the barley harvest for as he stood overseeing the men who were binding sheaves in the field he was overcome by the burning heat and took to his and died and with eliah his city so they buried him with his father's in the field between dothan and bala amman judith had lived at home as a widow for three years and four months. She set up a tent for herself. On the roof of her house and belted sackcloth about her loins and wore the garments of her widowhood. She fasted all the days of her widowhood except the day before the sabbath and the sabbath itself the day before the new moon and the day of the new moon and the feasts and days of rejoicing of the house of israel. She was beautiful in appearance and had a very lovely face. She was prudent of heart discerning judgment and quite virtuous her husband manasseh the son of joseph. The son of youtube the son of mulcahy's the son of elliott the son of nathaniel. Sarah said i. The son of simeon had left her gold and silver and men and women slaves and cattle and fields and she maintained this estate. No one spoke ill of her for she feared god with great devotion.
"mindy kaling" Discussed on Watch What Happens Live with Andy Cohen
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"mindy kaling" Discussed on Watch What Happens Live with Andy Cohen
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"mindy kaling" Discussed on Watch What Happens Live with Andy Cohen
"No idea. Census booby do right or confirmed last summer. That velma is a lesbian. Will that be the case in the new show you. There'll be a lot of modern twists. Rest and i think people will be excited about the the way that we're purchasing culture very good. Let's take questions from the virtual vans. Here's bradley sandy from missouri. for mindy. kaeling. What's your question. I'm andy hi rachel. Hi andy mindy. Were you surprised. At how much attention you got a few weeks ago when you were a diamond ring on your ring finger and did anyone from your personal. I think that you are engaged and not telling them. I was really surprised. Because i went to dinner and would like italian restaurant and i. I'm doing it again. I'm doing and i love. That ring will because i just think i don't know i think it's like sad tyranny. That like if you can't wear anything on this ring finger if you're not married like i'll put my rings on my ring finger to f. off everybody thought and they thought it was married and then it was. Of course i'm not. I'm not but i think it was. I thought i'm just doing it. Yes okay good. So am i here. Suzanne phan majors for rachel zohreh. Hey suzanne rachel. I was your camp counselor. Sleep away camp at. Yeah you remember. Remember crying every single day. No i actually have a picture.
"mindy kaling" Discussed on Watch What Happens Live with Andy Cohen
"Like new money. Like i just. I got rich like five years ago so for me. I'm like wearing the bucket hat giant. That's alright your money. And i do want to talk about your money. We do we. The checks for the office. I mean are you all rolling in it from now it's on peacock on. I mean yes do are still healthy for the office. The checks are still pretty good. Wow they're pretty good. They're not like buying a house good but they're like help pay for your kid's education. You think the number one question for you is was. It's the same as the number one question every time. Brad gretzky is here. Chi- how is your relationship with rachel. How is your relationship with brad. Betsy wants no. Is it uncomfortable to see him at events when when you're outer is all past i don't sam i down see him. You don't see them now. Okay what happened rachel's project you need to binge it. It's probably up on professional like someone who used to work for a falling. I did do professional okay. Interesting okay there you go She's classy. Like if i had some issue i would. I would not be so many patrick case so excited. You're voicing velma in the new..
Cross-Cultural Casting: Noteworthy for Hollywood, but Not Exactly New
"About unconventional casting choices in film and TV. Mindy Kaling playing Velma and Scooby Doo spinoff Black Jamaican actress Jodie Turner Smith playing the doomed wife of Henry, the eighth and the British miniseries and Berlin. My dear sister No holds a loose tongue in her head. So does this sort of diverse casting violate some unspoken rule about realism critic Bob Mondello takes a long view, he says. Cross cultural Casting has always raised eyebrows, even though it's as old as casting itself in the fifth century BC When the Greek playwright escalates, needed a defense attorney for his leading man in the tragedy, the Oresteia he picked the God Apollo choice You do not make if you're worried about verisimilitude in casting. Live theater has always assumed the audience can make imaginative leaps. Whether it's depicting warrior kings who rant my kingdom for a horse or founding fathers who rap. I am not throwing away my shot. Hamilton, of course, is a special case. Just like my country. I'm young, scrappy and hungry, and I'm Shot. It's a Broadway musical, famous not just for putting hip hop in the mouths of Thomas Jefferson and George Washington but for matching black and brown faces to those historic white characters. Every time I write a piece of theater, I'm trying to get us on the board Latino composer lyricist Lin Manuel Miranda, speaking with fresh air's Terry Gross, black and Brown artist. This is a story of America, then told by America Now it's our country to with inclusion as Hamilton's calling card, diverse audiences made it a worldwide phenomenon, an outcome that seems natural. In retrospect, but that flew in the face of decades of theater practice in 1986. When the stage union actors equity convened the first national symposium on nontraditional casting. It noted that more than 90% of actors hired in the U. S were white and presented scenes designed to help theatre makers consider other possibilities. In Tennessee Williams's
"mindy kaling" Discussed on Fresh Air
"The moon land complete with chatter from the astronauts and commentary from cbs anchor. Walter cronkite right little birdie and as the song continues to build so does the context as cronkite hands off door reporter covering the harlem festival itself who interviews members of the audience was a large crowd gathered in harlem this after for some of the reaction. There correspondent phil plant their forty thousand. Perhaps fifty thousand people at buffalo martin in in harlem but they are not here watching the moon landing there here at the soul festival part of the third annual harlem cultural festival and many of them. This is far more relevant than the mission of apollo eleven. What's your feeling now that the astronauts have landed safely on the. I think it's important. But i don't think they more relevant than festival here thing i've equal. What are your thoughts. As far as science goes and everybody. That's involved with planning beautiful. You know like takata's this means more to you than the much more cast. They wasted his father saying into the because have been used to feed poor black and holum all over the place all over this country so that you know like never mind the moon. Let's get some of that cash summer of soul now streaming on hulu is a fascinating look back so is mccartney three to one a six part series that premiered on hulu all at once on july sixteenth music producer. Rick rubin who has done seminal work with run dmc red hot chili peppers and johnny cash runs mccartney's old master tapes through mixing board isolating separate tracks and asking lots of questions about inspiration process and creative choices. It's a deep dive into the music. Some from mccartney's early solo albums and wings but mostly from his days with the beatles and even though mccartney has told most of these stories before their amplified here by clips from other sources by the isolated audio tracks and by mccartney's animated reactions. Come into the studio and the night before i happened to be watching on television. The brandenburg concertos amok just kind of going on in the background. Almost you know. I'm listening to a members. Little trump very highly trumpet. The bocuse i came in the next assets. George martin what was that. He said all the piccolo trumpet. He knew all the best players from the classical orchestras. And there's a guy called david mason. Who was Really good player and so we just booked him so we go in. We've done the track. Where did you put this. We've left room for solo tours davis to say okay. So what are we. What are we gonna play like Literally to all right down do did it. So we're gonna make you up on the spot so i ruined to. I'm put like impossible. High note and david mason turns theresa's to that's officially out of the range of the piccolo trumpet. Even on i kinda give them a look like like you can do it. You know it goes okay. So he plays it and it's It haunted him..
"mindy kaling" Discussed on Fresh Air
"What you find funny about those tensions. I find it funny because to the average white american. Were probably the same. The you know this is like to me. It's really a narcissism of small differences to the average american person looking at someone who's dark skin indian hindu person and dark skin in muslim person. I don't think anyone thinks there's a big difference between me. And he's on sorry but his family you know he's i think atheist but his family is muslim and his dad grew up in the same town. My dad grew up in in south india. But my dad's hindu. So there's this you know the giant chasm for people who are indian about about our different families but to outside personnel like. Yeah they're both indian as he's in mindy are they related to each other probably like. That's i find that comical so for you is sorry. It's more of a bond than difference. Yes yeah we've actually talked about it too. I think when he started on parks rack. And i had been on the office. We got so many tweets where people said. Oh they should be together. They should date and it was like why because radio to indian people on nbc. So i think it's funny when our communities try to find lots of different reasons why we're so so different when you know a majority of probably this country things were identical. Yeah so you ended up going to dartmouth college you got your degree in play writing. And then you went to new york and started doing standup. What was the comedy scene like. Then what year are we talking. This is i moved just before Nine eleven so this is the fall of two thousand one until two thousand four is when i was in new york so frightening time to start a new life on your own new york. Yeah you know that experience being there for that it really. You know because we weren't able to use the subway. Even i mean if that post nine eleven year was it was. We didn't have jobs so we would walk across the brooklyn bridge just after because we and we walked to the village we'd spend like an hour and a half walking from brooklyn to different restaurants to try to get you know waitressing gigs. You know twenty one. I don't know why. I would think it felt normal but like everyone else. My age is doing the same thing so so when you started trying out comedy. Stand up comedy in new york. What was your material like. I remember thinking okay. I do not want to be pegged as like an ethnic comedian. I shorten my name because Emcees for these comedy shows would have trouble pronouncing it and then they'd make a joke about my last name. I never wanted to Line real name is vera mindy choke allingham and it's a south indian name and it's a long name and as a performer. These comedians would just butcher it and then be like i don't know what it is. Just this girl mindy. And so i would go. Do stand up. Mike and i already felt like a huge distance from the audience just as a new comedian but then an even more distance because it had been made so clear that i was ethnic. And then you know when you to comedy everyone from albert brooks you know woody allen. These are all comedians who've changed their names. And i felt it was the easiest thing for me to do and ultimately it was really beneficial to to do it and it was something that i had like a lot of mixed feelings about but my parents didn't mind talked to them about it and then i ended up shorting in it and i have to say and i say this it's it's bittersweet but i have to say it was such a help to my career to have a name that people could pronounce So you didn't wanna do ethnic materials. So what was your material like Really bad observational. Like poor man's like jerry seinfeld observations about new york and my life. It was honestly trying to be so many different things. I love jerry seinfeld. So i try to do material. Kim i love sarah silverman's detroit immaterial like like her and ultimately you can't do go into santa comedy trying to do someone else's act very poorly so i gave up doing it. I think only probably did stand up for a year and a half and even during that it wasn't a concentrated time. I would go do open mics once every two weeks. If the real reason i did it was it was my only way to dip my toes into the waters of comedy. That was free and accessible. Because you couldn't just be like. Hey i want to go right for saturday night. Live can you just like have me come do it. And there wasn't You know programs in place to discover talent that You know didn't necessarily look like what they already had. So it was. My only access was through. Stand up because it was accessible on free. We're listening to terry's twenty twenty interview with mindy kaeling. She co created and is the main writer of the net flicks comedy series. Never have i ever which presents season two next week more after a break. This is fresh air. This message comes from. Npr sponsor hulu presenting the new hulu original series mccartney three to one in the six part documentary series. Paul mccartney sits down with legendary music producer rick rubin for a rare in-depth conversation to discuss his groundbreaking work with the beatles wings and his fifty years and counting as a solo artist. Don't miss this historic event featuring all your favorite songs in a way you've never heard them before stream all episodes of mccartney three to one on july sixteenth. Only on hulu. Let's get back to terry's interview with mindy kaeling. She co created and is the main writer of the netflix series. Never have i ever. She got her start on the nbc series. The office playing kelly kapoor she also was a writer and producer on that series so last year you had a movie called late night in which you played an aspiring comic who gets a job basically. She's the minority higher for a late night. Tv show tonight show. Connor show that. That's been hosted for thirty years by a woman played by emma thompson and emma thompson's character has become kind of out of touch with what people especially younger people. Find funny She's very arrogant but she's told by the executives and unless the show becomes more relevant in the ratings pickup. She's out to shake things up a little bit figures okay. We'll do a minority higher. She hires you. It's not like she has any faith in you. it's kind of like you're hired. And then you have to deal with an all white male writers room and a host to is pretty condescending. Were you a diversity higher when you.
"mindy kaling" Discussed on Fresh Air
"You go through an experience like that yourself. Yeah must exactly my best friend from college. One of my small group of friends is native from montana and when we got to college i was not part of the indian alliance group It didn't occur to me to be part of that. But she became very big in the native americans student coalition and they would have palau's and they she would live in she lived in the nat house. Which is the native american housing and she was so Proud to be native and she was so proud to share it with her friends. And i remember feeling really embarrassed about that because i i didn't have that relationship with being indian or hindu and we went to visit her in montana and went to the reservation where she grew up and she would very probably say you're not a girl on the rez. I can't wait for you to meet my friends that i grew up with and I felt kind of ashamed. I thought like you know. Why is she so proud of this and Never americans is country. Have been through so much more than i think. Indian americans have and she so proud of it. Maybe that's the reason why actually that she was Is there's like a defiance in it. But i did not have that same relationship with being indian and i remember being really ashamed. And that's a moment that we put into the ganesh. Pooja episode is her wondering why she has that relationship with her faith and with our culture so we were talking about how you didn't have a boyfriend in highschool and character so far is kind of striking out Did did your parents have strict views about dating or sex when you were growing up. And how did how did their views compared to what you wanted. And how you behaved. Well it's so funny you bring that up. i was. I was talking about this the other day. Because it was a real paradox. There was we were told overtly that no one was allowed to date while they were in high school Not that there's anybody knocking on my door or anything like that. But that was a real rule. That was not allowed to have a boyfriend at the same time. My mother really wanted me to dress very feminine league. Get my eyebrows done. She was totally fine with us. Going to sephora to buy makeup doing my hair and fact that was very important to her so it was. It was interesting. She wanted to me to be kind of conventionally Attractive and girly I would even say more so than other moms but then also shut the door on any kind of me having any romantic possibilities in high school. Which i thought was interesting. How do you reconcile those two ideas making you more feminine as attractive as possible but not warning you to have intimate relationships with boys. I think she wanted me to be perfect so she wanted me to be a beautiful and for people to want to be friends with me and for people to think i was attractive but then also pristine and not having a physical relationship with a boy which let me underline would never have happened anyway but but so that everybody would want to be my friend and think it was attractive and pretty also had was just this very focused hard working kid who just wanted to go to college Get into a great school. And i think that is something that would have made a really proud And it was fifty percent of that. So you know i was. The hardworking kid got I wasn't the other thing. But you know i I tried would you have gone against your parents wishes about sex. Had you had the opportunity which you've made it clear your heartbeat in a heartbeat. If adam brody ted if my pitcher about him brody from nineteen ninety-four had wanted me to go to become his steady girlfriend. Oh i would have died to have had this. Like stealthy deceit filled romantic relationship with him while also taking ap classes. I mean that was my dream to have it all but you know that that did not happen. Mindy kaeling season two over netflix series. Never have i ever begins next week. Kaeling also was a writer and producer on the nbc series. The office and played kelly kapoor. We'll hear more of her interview with terry gross after a break and i'll review to hulu documentaries featuring music from the nineteen sixties. I'm david being cooley. And this is fresh air. This message comes from. Npr sponsor spotify home of armchair expert a podcast hosted by dax shepard and monica patterson about the messy -ness of being human dax. Monica creative space for their accomplish guests to share real personal and enlightening stories. You'll hear from hollywood stars award winning scientists athletes and more and now you can find armchair expert only on spotify download the spotify app sign up for free and search for armchair expert to start listening. Let's get back to terry's interview with mindy kaeling recorded last year. Season two over netflix series. Never have i ever premieres next week loosely based on our own high school experiences. It's about a sophomore in high school. Named davey whose parents are from india. Dave is one of the schools best students but wishes she were one of the more popular. She's far from it. She's considered nerdy and unattractive kaeling. I became known for her role on. Nbc's the office as kelly kapoor. She also was a writer and producer on that series. She also starred in the tv series the mindy project and in the comedy movie late night playing the diversity higher in the writer's room of a late night. Tv show when i interviewed you and twenty twelve. You mentioned and i don't remember what the context is. you mentioned that you're interested in the prejudices. That minorities have against other minorities. And you thought that that was a really good comedy era area and you work that into your new series in that. There's a an indian woman who decided not to get the arranged marriage. She was supposed to have and she married a muslim man and then they divorced and none of the women in this particular indian community. Wanna talk with her because she had married him a muslim man. Is that an example of what you were talking about. In terms of prejudices. Some minorities have about other minorities of course in india. Yeah in india. Hindus are not a minority. But but in america they are. yeah absolutely. I think that is definitely an example of that. I have seen firsthand the racism that hindus feel towards muslims. Because of you know it's it's it's weird to inherit a prejudice because of something that's based in india. You know because. I think it's about kashmir issues and issues. That table is in india. And then you're supposed to inherit them when you're When you're here too and so we that character felt Really true to my childhood and my life of a woman who had made a choice and then was Shunned because of and.
"mindy kaling" Discussed on Fresh Air
"Sitting in for terry gross. Today we're going to listen back to terry's twenty twenty interview with mindy kaeling. She co created and is the main writer of the netflix series called. Never have i ever which draws on her own experiences. When she was in high school it was described in vanity fair as breezy and delightful practically built for quarantine. Marathon watching season two begins next week. Kaeling i became known for her role in. Nbc's the office as kelly kapoor. She also was one of that show's writers and producers. She was an executive producer and star of the series the mindy project and she wrote last year's comedy movie late night in which she starred as the diversity higher in the writer's room of a late night tv show. Let's start with a scene from the first season of never have i ever the main character davey is the daughter of immigrants from india. The family lives in. La and davy has just started her sophomore year of high school. She's one of the top students but is considered nerdy unpopular and literally praise for a boyfriend. Her freshman year was a disaster. Her father died of a heart attack while attending a classical music recital in which she was performing soon after her legs became suddenly and mysteriously paralyzed and she had to use a wheelchair which didn't help her status at school. The paralysis ended swiftly and mysteriously as it had begun in this scene from episode four. Davy is introducing herself to a college counselor. Who's married to one of her mother's friends. The counselor specializes in helping students get into the ivy league schools. The kind of school. Davey is striving for the voice over. You'll hear briefly is from john. Mcenroe who narrates davies story. Davey is played by trae ramakrishna. I just wanted to say how interested i would be in procuring your services. Your dots are amazing. Oh well i don't know. I only got twenty kids into ivy's last year but i wanna thirty. The other two went to mit. But you can't win them all well. I guess i can't relate. Because i do what i'm all i'm an all. Ap classes and got a perfect score my psat. Great segue davey effortless. All volunteering at the kidney dialysis center. When i'm not doing that i read vietnam. Vets there bill o'reilly books. Okay look i can say this. Because i married an indian woman and i'm a proud member of this vibrant community but schools. Don't want another indian. Try hard who is president of the petted. Resume club what we know failures. What keeps me up at night. Colleges want kids with unusual stories. I had this kid. He got into a car. Crash was did a full thirty seconds. He said god told him to go to yale. It worked. I outgrew nut allergy. So that's something. I actually know who you are you. You're the girl whose dad died in front of her to concert became paralyzed. Davey couldn't believe that the major trauma for life could be reduced to a single sentence but there it was. Yeah what about that. Story is freaking amazing. You have the golden ticket. If you're willing to talk about it. I bet i can get you in school. you want. But david didn't want to use the story of her father's death as a way to make herself more interesting to a bunch of admission committees. No i'm not gonna do that well without it. I don't get your angle and to be honest out. See how you'd be different than any other inning kit applying to college. I've not like any other indian kid. And i'm not interesting just because my dad died. Then what makes you interesting. Oh i know. Ron maybe it's my perfect grades or my killer test scores or maybe is my bitch and personality or mind sane powerpoint skills. I don't need some washed up. White dude who leases a tesla telling me what makes me special. Recent is still financial commitment in my monthly. Payment is quite mindy kaeling. Welcome back to fresh air. Congratulations on your new series. Why did you want to create a series where the main character is. A sophomore in high. School was at a turning point year for you to the story of why we did. The show was a little bit unromantic. And that i was approached by net flicks by an executive named brooke kessler. Who'd read both of my books and loved the sections about when i was a teenager and those are pretty short sections because like a lot of comedy writers. I think of my adolescence and childhood is incredibly embarrassing painful. But she liked those actions and she had seen that i had not dramatized them and so she wanted to know if i would ever consider that and she thought it'd be a good fit for netflix. Because there had never been a show about indian american girl on tv and at first i thought it would honestly be too painful and embarrassing to relive those experiences and it ended up being very cathartic because i hired a staff of many young indian women and we talked about our teenage years which happened at different times. Obviously because i'm older than most of the staff they're all they're all in their twenty s because we wanted to get young perspective and it made me feel that all the stuff i was going through as a teenager. I was not alone. Fifteen is a good year. I think to start a show because it's when you think you can handle things like saxon relationships and going off to college but you really can't and having a character with a big ego who thinks she knows what her life has has in store for her. We just felt like there was a good year. Also we had enough of high school. After that we could dramatize the show for years to come. Oh i see because she. She's a sophomore. No there could be the second semester and semesters junior and then senior yes. We have thirty years thirty years at least to do the show to afterwards. Yeah exactly so in grad school. We see her in a series. Her father has a heart attack while attending a concert concerts performing in and he dies and that's incredibly traumatic and then you're the the main character. Has this mysterious leg paralysis. That lasts for a few weeks or a few months. Where did that storyline come from. I nothing like that happened to you. Did it now. It didn't happen to me. It happened to the brother of my co creator length fisher so when we were talking about the series. There are so many teenage series on netflix. And actually just out there about love and sex and all of that and we were both really interested because we had parents that died unexpectedly in talking about grief and how grief manifest itself and her brother After her parents got divorced had about four months when his legs were paralyzed and then all of a sudden they started working again and they went to every doctor and they're leaving to every psychologist and it was this mysterious thing and then when that happened in researching it. This is something that happens to people. Particularly young people sometimes after trauma so that was Hard to resist as something to talk about and after she spoke to her brother and got permission we felt we wanted to use it in this series because we thought it was a really fascinating physical.
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Mindy Kaling secretly gives birth to second child
"Failing announcing that she quietly welcomed her second child a baby boy named Spencer a few weeks ago. She revealed that news during a virtual appearance on the late show with Stephen Colbert off something extraordinary that nobody knows up until this moment. Yes I'm. I'm telling it for the first time. Now feels so strange but I had a I give birth to a baby boy on September third. Don't even knew you were pregnant. I know. It's this is news to a lot of people. It's true. Well, congratulations. That's wonderful. That was one of so. You said baby boy. Did you say baby boy? Navy boy okay. Do we have a name yet? Yes Oh? Yes. He has a name his name is Spencer Guess. The most common part of this fencer Kaley.
Mindy Kaling secretly gives birth to a baby boy: ‘This is news to a lot of people’
"Sharing whatever baby news we can and today with the Baby News is about Mindy K. Ling XI was on with Stephen Colbert last night. And amazingly kept secret that she was pregnant and gave birth to a baby boy on September the third low baby boy named Spencer. So congratulations, Tio Mindy. Welcome to the world. Spencer. He joins his older sister, Catherine, who was now 2.5 years old. Indicating has not said who the father is of these kids.
Mindy Kaling reveals she quietly welcomed baby No. 2
"Mindy Kaling has some big news. The Mindy Project star appeared on the late show with Stephen Colbert Thursday night and dropped this bombshell. She had a baby boy last night. Killing says the baby's name is Spencer but didn't reveal anything else. Back in 2017 kalen gave birth to her first child, A baby girl named Catherine
"mindy kaling" Discussed on 103.5 KISS FM
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"mindy kaling" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM
"With the checks legally blonde fans good news there's going to be a legally blind three we really needed that just like just like we needed a rocky five we needed this Mindy Kaling from the office is going to write the script and Reese Witherspoon will be L. woods once again now in legally blind three perky I'm very excited about this even though I never saw a legally blind to which is probably good because it sucked really bad yeah I was it was a distance like the godfather three yeah that's it why are we doing this oh that's right because nobody has any originality in Hollywood solicitous make a legally blind five six and seven leave at the first daughter in it first legally blind was in two thousand one yeah it was good I loved I was super cute but then they have to do is to three and a four and then a ten and eleven we're all the same people back in the second one was a just Reese Witherspoon and or what's the weather center else and then who was it was when Wilson or Luke I never remember it's a Luke Luke Luke is the dark haired one okay so was he in it yeah I think he was in this I think is the second one I don't know I it was that like but I don't really care yeah yeah this is how we doing this well I mean I'm excited regally blonde to red white and blue and red why am third with that they're going to be solved has so far just legally blonde three oh but I don't get like a colon and then someone is so original can't also coolest story what is a group of NASA scientists who have been working on some sort of experiment in an ant arctica which I always had a hard time saying yeah they have detected evidence and I'm not making this up they have detected evidence of a parallel universe yeah when I saw this yesterday I was like I gotta put this and because I feel like this universe maybe where I have to go the crap hits the fan I gotta become B. F. bass with the on my skin just like can I just slip into one of those because people here become an increasingly crazy yeah I mean this is amazing and I think things work backwards what they're saying like time runs backward or some I don't know and maybe okay Benjamin button yeah so there has been a cosmic ray detection and there have been particles found from a parallel realm this is what they're saying is crazy enough so they use some big giant balloon to carry NASA's ant arctic impulsive transients antenna or also called Anita hi say much easier wish they would come up with another name for ant arctica hold place right and so the really super cold dry air provided this really perfect environment with no radio noise to distort the findings and a constant wind of high energy particles constantly arrives on earth from outer space so and then more science more science more science and then they're saying yeah so this is a thing where there's a parallel universe and this is an actual thing and I cannot get over it it's cool and then it's really cool this is the stuff that just makes you go wow this is really it's cool I need to do some more investigating really versus a giant giant universe open your mind job I mean I to be fair I don't understand any of this is cool but I do love that there is a thing that is a parallel universe completely fascinating I love it I love it I love it too also we should mention because we've talked about the New Jersey Jim a lot this week the New Jersey gym owner Ian Smith and his fight to stay tuned to open really this past Monday yeah and then on the the cops coming in saying y'all stay safe it was like this huge patriotic moment and then yesterday there were all these videos that were going around social media showing cops arresting not the gym owners this time but the gym goers to people for working out so when you work out America you get arrested for working out like what country am I living and that is what that was what my question was I first saw these ideas and I was like what is this American right it just feels so foreign yeah right I don't know what's going on it's just very China and I don't blame the cops because I know that these particular cops hate having to do this and they're just they're they're literally fearing their own job is right when you can't speak for all of us but most of them do I would imagine yeah because it was the same cops are like you all carry on stay safe you're doing the right thing yeah yeah more than coming to have to arrest people who are walking out of the gym and arrest it being arrested for the horrible horrible crime of having worked out at the I don't know what's happening you guys you know but we're allowing it to happen yeah so it's we get we we get that like of what what is it that Rob Roy says you get the government that you deserve yeah it's and we've done this to ourselves right we elect these people it's it's the government for the people by the people so we've done this we've got to make sure that we keep that into account we remember it if this is not okay no it's not okay also in celebrity news Joaquin Phoenix who your roommate may remember from such things as playing Johnny Cash he and his fiance are expecting their first child together Phoenix is forty five his girlfriend is someone of prominence as well Rooney Mara I have never heard of her but I've heard of her I just don't really she apparently was in he's into her with him that movie her which I love I just love it you don't remember I don't remember I don't know who she plays okay yeah I don't so anyway they're having a baby together which is the reason that that struck me is because he seems so troubled do you think you said in our Facebook live that he seemed unstable I may have used that word you may have used that word yeah because he does you know I always going to be a dad I I think he's one of those guys it looks like he would chew the food for the kid and then spit it into the south like Alicia Silverstone did he remember she was when she did that baby bird and then she did that but listen you do you as a parent I mean as long as the kid gets fed that's fine I just you know whatever she still does alley are older now I don't know I feel like I'd be a little weird I guess I'm not judging I'm saying I actually judging them yeah I'm judging it will be like that's just something that he may I don't know you may or may not do I just congrats what are your graduation.
"mindy kaling" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Your support I am Dave Freeman on KQ weedy good morning the time five thirty live from KQED news I'm Ted Goldberg an east Oakland neighborhood now has Alameda county's highest rate of coordinating infections per capita that's according to a new map from county officials key committees Serra Husayni reports overall confirmed cases in Oakland amount to nearly a third of the counties total but data show that most of the city's cases come from some of its most historically disadvantaged areas Oakland city councilmember Xing tau lives in the nine four six one nine zip code where there are about three infections out of every one thousand people tell says she's working to ensure vulnerable constituents have access to information and protection such as proper cotton masks the majority of folks who have the underlying health conditions due to you know if your resources due to institutionalized discrimination and what have you our our black and brown communities she says the city plans to open a second east Oakland testing facility at its largest mall I'm Sara Hussaini KQED news workers for essential businesses in Vallejo like grocery stores and gas stations can now access emergency child care through and now expanded program in Solano county the service which began two weeks ago was initially reserved for health care workers and first responders KQED's Julie Chang explains the program is a direct result of the governor's executive order earlier this month which allows essential workers to access state subsidized child care will schools remain closed Lisette Estrella Henderson is the chair of the first five children and families commission in Solano the group facilitating the program for the county of Solano reached out to me as a partner it was a no brainer for me and it's critically important that we support are folks that are out in the front lines parents have to sign up ahead of time no drop ins the program is not available to the general public Marin county has a similar program in place in Contra Costa county is working together is up and running I'm Julie Chang KQED news and in other news a San Francisco activist shot and paralyzed in the Philippines last summer is now struggling to find housing key committees Erica Cruz gov Arnold reports Brandon Lee he became an activist as a student at San Francisco state in twenty ten he moved to the Philippines where he worked as a paralegal for indigenous communities in the Ifugao province Li said then that the Philippine government tried to intimidate him and his colleagues for their activism we was shot in August paralyzed from the chest down he was airlifted back to the city's sunset district in October supervisor Gordon Mar says Lee is in need of permanent affordable housing that's compliant with the Americans with disabilities act we cannot rely on the city's below market rate lottery system in fact Brandon's family as applied through that and have placed number five thousand seven hundred two in the lottery these relatives say they've asked for an investigation into the shooting through the Philippines commission on human rights they say they were told an investigation would be conducted and that they'd receive a copy of it but they have not heard back since I'm Erica Chris Kamara KQED news for we've got more KQED news dot org I'm Ted Goldberg thank you so much to add more morning edition coming up on KQ weedy top navy officials want to reinstate the commander of the carrier USS Theodore Roosevelt Pentagon officials are considering the navy's request but now there's word of a possible wider investigation and also ahead on morning edition the Navajo nation has one of the highest covert nineteen affection rates in the U. S. the pandemic is exposing the long time lack of federal funding for the Indian health service those stories and much more ahead for you on the next fresh air Mindy Kaling she has a new Netflix service call never have I ever the draws on her experiences when she was in high school it was described in Vanity Fair is greasy and delightful.
Mindy Kaling, Netflix Team for Comedy Series Based on Her Childhood
"Net. Flicks is handed out a straight to series order for a half hour along coming of age comedy series based on Mindy Kaeling, childhood the untitled project, which has received an order for ten episodes, explores the complicated life of a modern day. First generation Indian American teenage girl Kaeling created the series and will serve as a writer executive producer and show runner alongside laying Fisher. With whom she worked on the FOX turned Hulu comedy the Mindy project. No release date
"mindy kaling" Discussed on Scriptnotes Podcast
"Lives like you don't necessarily have to have a sitcom. The to be serious futures that future genitally you're falling a careful during. They would only take once like that character change. Of course, in the series, of course, it's movie, but on TV series, you have to come back to his characters again and again. So what you're saying about like not burning off a character for a joke like, 'cause you're gonna need them for the next ten episodes, or you know, even in short run like this, you need them for later on and you gotta make sure that it actually tracks feels real to. It's interesting because if you have like the character I played at the office, Kelly, you only need her for like a joke or to an episode. So it'll ks that she has like the insane backstory or ITO, big dramatic characteristics, personality traits and things, but you couldn't do that for almost anyone else. Otherwise, it's just like just only Steve Carell being able to do anything and you actually care. So that's something I, I feel like we learned I learned on the Mindy project where I was like, oh, things are gonna get like really fucking exhausting for me if we don't like flesh out some of these other character. Years until you like really care about them in their journeys? I don't think this answered her question, sorry. Okay. Okay, good. POV and this is sort of a follow question on that, but I think we couldn't talk about it in TV the way that you can talk about in TV. So thank you for at the end of our show is we do a one cool thing I think emailed you to warn you. Yeah. So did you have one thing? Okay. Maya one cool thing is the show on Netflix just started watching called the end of the fucking world are heard. It's great to watch it. Eight still good. What it does is that it's incredibly stylish. It's very dark and it doesn't look at the very beginning. This isn't a spoiler where the lead character kills the cat. 'cause he's a psychopath and you're like, whoa, I according to books that I've read about screenwriting and writing, you're not supposed to have to save the cat. So I thought that was really bold and it just incredibly stylish to really well directed, which is I never used to care about how things were directed or think about it. And then the other thing I've watched which I love is the miniseries godless, which I really want women to watch because I think they see western. I don't. Did you see? Scott Frank was. On the show. It's remarkable. It's so great. And I think that when when you see western, I think a lot of women are like like, I don't. That's not something I'm all that interested in watching, but two of the great characters in our women and roles that I think are just awesome that I have never seen in like any movie. So I just I just love that mini series in. I don't think there's going to be a season two. It doesn't seem like that kind of thing to tell you heard about season two that I just loved it. Merit weavers role is so great net and Michelle Dockery Santan. So there's two with your thing thing is we went down to the road last week, so the museum in downtown Los Angeles, and it's all remarkable. But this room we went into the very end and don't go into this video installation rooms because I don't want to. I didn't museum sector. See, you know, video is amazing thing done, call the visitors and it's this installation by Ragnar Carterton. I'm butchering his name, but it is a bunch of Icelandic folks who had this house in upstate New York in his hung out of this altar decrepit farmhouse. And they put on this earth thing. This song and song goes on like an hour, but they're all in different rooms, all headphones on their singing microphones and keeps repeating. But you see on all these different screens around the rooms as you wander around, you get close to confuse them, seeing their song or play whatever instrument they're singing. And eventually they all have come together and leave and it was beautiful. It was just it was like being inside the space once in a way, it was just really remarkable..
"mindy kaling" Discussed on Fresh Air
"Jason mitchell so memorable in straight outta compton is terrific here as ron sell the eldest and most outspoken of the jackson children the equal time we spend with mcgowan's and the jackson's is crucial to the scrupulous democratic nature of riza's method which gives black and white characters the same moral and dramatic weight one of the movies points is that war is the great equalizer and in the heat of battle death doesn't discriminate based on skin color shortly after japan attacks pearl harbor runs l joins the war effort and as soon marching on germany as part of the mostly africanamerican seven hundred sixty first tank battalion meanwhile henry's headstrong younger brother jaime play by garrett hedlund becomes a fighter pilot the military may be segregated but mud bound demolishes the gaps in a medically cutting between the two soldiers and also between their families as they toiled alongside each other anxiously awaiting news from overseas after the war ronzio actually finds life more hospitable for a black man in germany than it is back in mississippi not long after returning home he's exiting the local general store when he has an illtimed confrontation with pepi and henry mcgowan you use the mexico goal so don't we don't wanna trouble here both gone you know what you're absolutely right we was overseas didn't make us use the back door general pen put us on the front yes in all we did he kicked the hell out hit land wtmj's.
"mindy kaling" Discussed on Fresh Air
"I guess the answer is yes but i mean uh i think you know that from reading the book it did anyone ever try to blackmail you during your years you know to say that you had had or that you were having a relationship with another woman and did you worry about that possibility you'd seen at hair of other people yes i worried about it mainly because it would flicked on another person who was in a public person and this is something i guess all people in the public eye worry about their significant others affair you know embroiled in anything controversial herself worth it makes you worry about the private person here involved with yes i was uh constantly being attacked by the underground gay press and by people sending anonymous letters and things but i managed to live through it attacked by the gay press for for not coming out for not coming out they wanted me to be a role model for for uh a gala life and i wasn't always leading a life i wasn't ready to be their role model and i'm still ma i guess here's what i'm wondering what was it like or what has been lied to be in a position where you're always interested in reporting on celebrities private lives but you have or had something in your private life that you really wanted to keep from the public and it's the kind of thing that the public would have been real interested in hearing about all i wanted to keep private because it was would be hurtful to someone else.
"mindy kaling" Discussed on Fresh Air
"I'm writing man in the context of the time um it was certainly considered the wrong sex and uh it certainly made them unhappy and made me unhappy i had a very unhappy experience so i tried to tell about that to sort of illustrate the conflicts that young people go through when they think they're madly in love them can't live without somebody in the person doesn't seem suitable in the next relationship he had was with a man who reached gathered in the box well i had already been married when the other incident happened i i uh you know i mean i'm just not too settled in this i'm not going to i'm not gonna nail myself in the box it's okay if somebody else wants to no you know what a lot of people are trying to figure out to reading a book is whether the fifteen years that you live with a close companion who was a woman was an intimate relationship or not now i'm not asking you to anti better in paraguay my question that question is is it a of our business s o s columnist that's at any of our business what the nature of that relationship was i i don't it's okay if people wanna make it their business but uh i think i was pretty straightforward about that i think if you read my book you don't have to read so much between the lines you can figure it out for yourself so the answer is then well i had a very intense but companionship with this wonderful person who still very good friend of mine.
"mindy kaling" Discussed on Fresh Air
"Well i assume that's what i was when he called me he told me this woman was going to print a story about his uh homosexuality but in retrospect i'm not sure that that's exactly what happened i'm beginning to try to remember that we may have just had the conversation without any mention of what she was trying to reveal because it really was wasn't necessary he knew that i understood elite could you do to help him well i didn't know what i could do i was appalled i don't think black i hate black male and i knew that this kind of story would really effectively ruin his career as a romantic leading man uh those were very different times the now the though not totally different and uh i said i'd call him back so later i thought a little bit about this lady who was going to reveal the story and i looked through my files and i've found lo and behold i've found a file on her she wasn't a star a public person but she was someone that i had known slightly and i had some information on her there wasn't to savory that i would never have printed so i sent the fall to him and i said i suggest you show this to earn he did and she dropped her plan to go to the tabloids you newark hudson was gay right i didn't know it for many years i met him early in the fifties and i knew i am a long time before i heard that he was gay or are thought that he was he never acted in any way to make me think he was an and in fact die was around him a lot on the movie location in rome where he was making a for whom the bell tolls and uh i didn't know then that he was gay i had a big crush on name when when you did find out that he was gay did you consider printing it or oh no of course not what will i would i help him stopped somebody else from priming added by would have printed it phil why why would that qualify something that you wouldn't print whereas say somebody's divorce is something that you would print like what people live over divorces but people you suv absolutely hardly live over being revealed his gay i still don't write that people are gay in.