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"miss june diane raphael" Discussed on How Did This Get Made?

How Did This Get Made?

07:56 min | Last month

"miss june diane raphael" Discussed on How Did This Get Made?

"This paid hello people earth and welcome to how did this get made I am tall, John Sheer, and boy oh boy, we have a great episode for you today. It is like fatal attraction in the sky a flight instructor becomes obsessed with her student. She does everything she can to wreck his life to bring him closer to her. It's sexy. It's crazy. It is one of my favorite movies that we've done in such a long time. I mean it got a little bit of money plane in there too but to help break it all down I, am employing my to Co host like always please welcome Mr Jason. Wow, I mean, this one is this was exciting because you know this is like this is what you know. True. Love looks like. When you find your person and you know you gotTa, you gotta do everything in your power to make them understand that you are number one baby I. I can't tell you how much I enjoyed this valve. Blast there's something it's it's just scratching it that I need scratched this time. So I am watching right now I don't. The I don't know where this aired or what this was. I watched it on. Amazon prime. But Yup I am currently watching. As Comfort food during quarantine old episodes of Magnum Pi and. Discovered because I'm watching they aired two episodes of Magnum. Pi Per Day on the hallmark mysteries and movies channel. And I think that's what mysteries and murders. Maybe it's called anyway that my point being that they is so got commercials and every time Magnum Pi goes to commercial to advertise a movie or a TV series just like this that I've never heard of they'll be like this weekend a movie marathon of which House Inc and it'll be like all sixty episodes of which House Inc and I'm like, what are these shows? It's crazy. This feels like one of those movies like, yeah, nuts. I. Feel there's one. WHO has been begging us to do more of these films and that is my other co host. Please welcome Miss June Diane Raphael. How are you? June I'm okay. How are you Paul? I'm doing fine. Oh. Okay I. Okay. Oh. All. Right? Good. You I feel like this would be right up your alley. No. No it definitely was I mean, this is such a strange. This was such as yes. Alive. We I love a plane movie I. This one places I wasn't expecting it to go. Yes. And I really I. Tip my hat to this through your pink Fedora. Do you tip your door it? Mike Guy. So nervous and I wrote this down I said, make sure we have enough time because I need to spend. Less. I didn't talk US minutes. Choices the pink mirror is I. looked it up the Pink Fridge Aura was number two on the call sheet. I mean that pink. It's got Harrington the Nora really brought it entire film. You know those actors you know sometimes as an actor, you find that article of clothing or that something that really helps you inform your character. You work outside in Y-. You are, and then someone gives you a purse and give or gives you a pink Fedora and it all those touchstones really all sits settles into place for him. It's a, it's an open Hanley for her. Dora each other way expressing their characters through wardrobe choices expertly, they need to use the pink fedora because it plays a part in the grand plan of the film a big miscommunication but to get it to play second act, they need to votes so hard in the beginning that she's wearing it indoors she's wearing it all the time and all the time she's not only wearing it all the time. Every single top she wears is also pink she wears okay. Jason Okay. Here's a pink Hoodie. She wears a different pancake shoulder cut out we. Cut All please. Sweat. Shirt, on because you're cold what you don't want bears shoulder. We're talking about. This. Get into it into. Here's the thing about the pink. FIDORA. Okay. When I was in I wanNA say third grade took jazz is Jazz. Recital where we all wore big. Satin Blazers and they were all different fluorescent color. And then match FIDORA's and I was like Elisa Manelli Senate. War A Because I think we're all saying for the viewers at home for the listeners at home who have not seen this movie you're thinking Oh. Pink Fedora Pink Fedora. We need to really drill down on the color pink. This is not no united like does this is It's not a good. Pink this is what we call a hard pink. This is a party favor hats Zito party favorite hat. It's. and. It's in the Pan tone color scheme it is hard pink. It is so hard and there's a black sach around it. It's the. Together as black, it could not be more striking. You can't secures the question I have. So when we first meet our leads our heroes, girlfriend the long suffering. Girlfriend who he's whose relationship with him is not going well, and she wants a more stable version of our hero jake one will jake is Anita. To we'll get into jake buttocks. Her Like, Paul said she's wearing that pink Fidora at the kitchen table seated I think studying. Yes she starting at the kitchen table like a child she looks young as well. So it is confusing at first and I will say. As. We're talking about duds. She also is Dud, right? Yes. Okay. Yeah. Although if I. had to spend the rest of my life with one person in this movie. Spoiler alert it's her mother. Margaret. Margaret. Every day. Okay. I need to go back to League. Second. So the hat when we first meet it. When we first meet the hat, she's she's doing homework and studying, and then she about like thirty seconds later she takes it and it's so shocking as if you were to meet someone like this with a hot on like that in the inside is so shocking I thought they were going to say it's my good luck charm because it's so The right word, omnipresence. Every day and night like us her to say her to have crawled into bed with him wearing the pink. Fedora. The pink for doors you cannot own a hot pink hard pink. Fedora. And and we're just Willy Nilly. You can't wear it with any other outfits but. Pink. Outfits, which which is exactly what she does. She wears same she. Took every wardrobe she every word changed she has its pink..

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"miss june diane raphael" Discussed on Bitch Sesh: A Real Housewives Breakdown

Bitch Sesh: A Real Housewives Breakdown

06:30 min | Last month

"miss june diane raphael" Discussed on Bitch Sesh: A Real Housewives Breakdown

"No. I just love it. I was she's just seeing like. Where my wears Goes into the bank and she's like, where's where's my rack? and. Then we've also had some other losses. doritos sold her house in the valley this week that like nine million dollar. That's what it was. It said in the real estate listings, She Danielle aiming the valley. No one will know as someone who why is she selling? I don't know if it's more sinister like I don't know if it's like the bankruptcy stuff or just. I don't know they just bought that fucking disgusting place that Hugh I feel like she'll spin this whole thing of like we just needed shuttling update. Yeah and somebody came by and they offer we couldn't refuse and it was Bubbas idea and it was like all this nonsense about dream home but we couldn't resist. Yeah. That'll be something and then another loss for you this week probably the greatest loss. Is. The KARDASHIANS now. The minute. I, saw the news I texted you immediately I said with all seriousness. How are you? And I ask again. How are you? So this time Danielle I'd like to hold comment because we're actually going to be doing a very special episode about this we gathered to Kardashian fans I don't want haters like yourself. I hate him just not a lover. But you're not a participant. So that podcast will be a very special episode next week with Miss June Diane Raphael and Jessica Saint, and I where we really put our heads together about what this means and why we blamed Courtney and if we think spinoffs they're coming. And I think people think I'm joking right now. But my sister-in-law wrote on this chain that we were on. She was like they they needed to go. They listen they that Indiana defended me and she's like probably really feeling this year ensures like fuck? Bam I was like. Getting soaps and Deanna literally said not now sheera like. Now not the time of the body is still warm. Basically is what like obviously, they don't hold the same place in my heart is as housewives obviously but it's a number two. How would you feel listening to this at home? If one day you just heard out of the fucking clear blue housewives or canceled? How would you feel? Oh, I put yourself in my shoes I wouldn't know what? Your Shoe Dazzle in your Jessica Simpson he'll. My Skin. I mean. If the housewives were gone, it's like an chorus line. Remember when he's like, what would you do if you couldn't dance for any of musical? And they're like I don't know man like and it's usually this is being performed at like high school with a sixteen year old who has no idea what Blake, what it means to like not be able to do what you love anymore extra too old but what would I do if? If there were no house I just. I don't like I don't even want to think about. When I don't want to draw today and think of it. Well we don't have to think about it because a trailer came out. A trailer a new. City. Oh. Yes. Salt Lake City. Now, what did you think of that? Trailer Casey. Daniel I. Loved it. I. Got a thrill. I, get a chill I lot of jet. It was like God. It was like when you think you're being catfish and then It's actually someone we feel like we'd heard nothing we'd seen no signs not saying of these women and then like, wow, that's a real boyfriend. was really exciting. What did you think I was around a quote hate it or do yes. There was a quote and I'm just GonNa read it right now because they're all you know it was shocking to see like it wasn't just like a there were a lot of white ladies don't get me wrong and when you think of Salt Lake City you think like White Mormons right but there was a US which I was excited to to rise. So High June me I'm always looking for a job in the pile Whitey's and she seemed like a great cow, not just the Jewish but she's not really juice Danielle because she said I'm Jewish Mormon. Yeah. Well, that's it's weird we'll get to. Things and there's also a black woman and there is a Muslim woman. So you know like I'm excited out there. You know like we're getting a little more flavor than even we get in like New York or Beverly Hills. It's like we get nothing in New, York that nothing and so to just have that in of all the of every ethnishity tap in Salt Lake City just a sea of weight like Blonde Mormon women I just I was I'm excited there's more than meets the eye which which is but one of them has and this is her description and this brought me and So. There is a lovely woman named Mary Cosby. No relation. No relation. I'm and it says with a penchant for God could hear and only the finest Champagne Mary cosby pentecostal first lady who inherit hit her family's empire of churches, restaurants and more the caveat in her taking over the family business with that she marry her late grandmother's second husband I will say this again. The caveat take that. Again, I wouldn't here to hear this again, everybody the caveat in her taking over the family business was that she marry her late grandmother's second husband Robert Cosby senior. They have since been married for twenty years and have one teenage together small but mighty and always dressed to the nines for unconventional past has made her guarded and she quickly finds herself on shaky ground with some of the ladies but I think the headline is that she married her grandfather sir. Are we going to see that Sun. E anyway, it's A. Stock. This is you know going on it's just it wasn't. It was unexpected. So so that gave a little. A spinned my step. Metoo so. I'm very excited about what what we have.

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"miss june diane raphael" Discussed on Keep It!

Keep It!

05:57 min | Last month

"miss june diane raphael" Discussed on Keep It!

"I'm Louis. Lewis is where a polo and it is buttoned up to the neck. So you really are on your game today. That's. It's very I want to say, traditionally? Mormon. Now it's very what the model at Zara on the Mannequin looks like. Button. Oddly enough they don't breed so it's okay for. You I truly don't understand how you're surviving right now. You are so put together for not even nine am yet no, and we're filming early today too. So the sprinklers going off and we're sitting here talking about what? Dancing with the stars, which is part of my keep it. So stay tuned. Is it okay? Yeah. I'll boy talking about it like I'd planned. But you're back I am back on the streets missed you. They were talking to I, I like when my absence is felt and in my DM's it was obvious my absence was felt so maybe gone more relegate myself telling Louis Yeah Let us validate you. Just a pair. You guys did great though I love listening to you I'm not there. It's actually it's fun. It's a little creepy, but it's very fun peaking in. It's much different listening back to an episode than participating in it because I have to like okay. Come up with something that sounds like you're paying attention, which is not always the case with. Hira Listening back I'm like Oh three people chatting I almost got this listener experience. Labor days, I went to palm springs where it was literally one, hundred, twenty, two degrees. So the music video for smooth by Santana, just constantly playing in my head during the swelter. I went back to Nebraska. So I'm really just bathing in Midwest Melancholy, right? Like it's very bleak looking outside, and also at a certain point once you leave the Midwest and come back the Midwest, you're mmediately reminded how kind of trash you grew up. I went to I had to go to Walmart to get my mom something and I was looking at a cornfield while tonight twain blasted from the speakers in someone chugged that Bush light and I was like. Welcome. I do think that counts as the party. Dam, I feel like Nebraskan. It is also sort of like dreary and Los Angeles right now. I we we had a weekend of heat as well not as hot as palm springs, but the AC is not working in my new place correct off now. unpacking in in sweltering heat and it was to nightmare and I'm like. By living on now, I, don't have a permanent spot yet. Figure it out though I will say the murkiness of La like. Settle into a cove era fall because like the isolation and the sombreness of are fitting. I can work into that quote unquote mood to use a word I never want to hear again. I'm happy to be over the despair of dealing with it in the summer though I think that will stick with me for the rest of my life having to not do shit as it is so awesome outside. Historically on this podcast you know I'm a fan of summer so Now did I say that? Louis where you ever adamantly anti fall I, don't like it as a concept outside of covert, which is to say nothing about means a sweater that much pictured. Okay. Against a sweater, you don't want to two years in a row. He's had a keep it to fall, and now this is the third year you will enjoy maybe I don't know if you saw it my tweet from yesterday that September. October November is the elemental. P of the year. Rush is This discernment? Three states I am so. Thank you. Thank you. Well. We have an exciting episode. Today we will be joined by Miss June. Diane Raphael. Who is not a fan of this woman I fucking love her she's in everything you're not a fan you're GONNA learn you're GONNA learn today and how hilarious she is I'm so excited to talk to her. There are so many things to be a fan of hers from one time I was on the set of grace and Franky, because a friend of mine knows I obsessed with Jane Fonda. Here's the guy who got to watch. June Diane shoot a scene again and again, and she was just a total pro hilarious every time. Exciting to meet her. We also are going to talk about Rachel. Latest pupil from her school. From School for gifted, black. person. PUT A. With this news drops over the past week we get what everyday is blended together especially when you're moving and especially in the middle of the pandemic but I just remember hearing this news and going. Leaving my phone and returning later inviting always that was really something I read. Right. Now, it has the feeling of a new story that you're too exhausted to read in the morning, and maybe you'll get to it later. But then when you get to it at any other time, it also is exhausting and there's one of those ones that Zany, right off the gate like nothing had to develop like it was just here gift package of wild information. Anyway. We'll be right back with more keep it. This week, we are getting our shit together. What does that mean? Each state has different voting options and deadlines ahead of Election Day and things may have changed the past few months or even weeks. The.

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"miss june diane raphael" Discussed on How Did This Get Made?

How Did This Get Made?

08:59 min | 3 months ago

"miss june diane raphael" Discussed on How Did This Get Made?

"Don't be possessed. Be Up, Piatkowski and if you think that wordplay clever, you're gonNA love today's film. We saw my demon lover. So you know what that means. A. South Bar. Slow finding. This paid hello people of Earth it. Is I tall John Sheer and welcome to another episode of. How did this get made today? We were talking about the nineteen eighty-seven. Classic my Demon Lover. Starring Scott Valentine a family ties fame It's a story that I guess I can briefly describe by saying it's like beauty and the beast. If the beast transformed every time, he got a hard on and here to help us break down this movie arm I to Co host, please. Welcome Mr Jason's. It is how are you? Fall I mean that family ties I mean really I got excited when I realized that it was just embankments boyfriend from family ties. I was like Nikki was nick. He was such a seminal kind of because I had such a crush on her. It has show you know, and so I was like Oh my God like 'cause in my mind, he only I didn't ever. I don't know that I ever saw him in I never saw. Saw this movie in anything else, so it was like he was frozen only as that character in time for me, so it was like it blew my mind well to me I remember this movie coming out, and it was pg thirteen, and I couldn't see it, and I was like. Oh, I wish I could see nick in a movie I was so excited that Nick was in a movie, but it was too adult for me. But I wanted to. Me Based on what I now know about your childhood I would be. I would assume that you would have been able to kind of free range. See whatever movie you wanted to know. My family was very very strict. My Dad would cut out nudity in movies and then I could walk right. Yes, that's right. He would make his own edits now. And you see that as your dad cutting the nudity out to make the movies safe for you. Not Your Dad splicing together a real of just nude scenes, right? That's that's how you choose to see it. Now as I say it, I'm like my dad had to sit on a front of a VCR reel to reel, waiting for nude scenes to pause record, so what what an incredible gesture of love to go through and cut the nudity out of all of these movies that he wanted you to see or that? You wanted to see so that you could see them and I. DO wonder if at any point it occurred to him. You know what I'm sitting on now a ton of just. Collapse, like this, can I ask a question and you don't have to answer this is your dad Mr Skin. I don't want to reveal the true identity of Mr, skin, because that is part of the mystery and Mystique I will say that you know what I imagined Mr. Skins, a great dad, that's all that. Joining us also, today is our other co host Miss. June Diane Raphael. How are you June? Oh, Gosh, I'm okay, you good. I mean I know that you have connection to nick from family ties as well right. I mean yes I. also Jason had the same experience, but I had such a big crush on nick, sure and to see him I when I put that together. I didn't know what I was in for I mean. I saw the movie I still don't know what I meant for I I I don't know which end is up I'm a I'm very excited to talk about this movie because without getting too far ahead of ourselves. Having just watched it this this morning? I thoroughly enjoyed it. Here is something that goes down very easy. Yes, but it's also makes no sense. Oh No, no, no, no, no, no, no none of it adds up. It's terrible in in construction and plot, but it is, Tha will say what I should have said is it is testament to the performances of the main key of the to do duo? The main characters I'm I'm sorry. I'm forgetting the woman's name who plays the lease? Thank you. And I hope we don't forget Sonya so many of course, but but Scott Valentine and denny are amazing together. I thought and I was like name. Is Michelle little just saying? I thought they. There is something so winning about them. That I was charmed I get I. mean the denny character is kind of like Diane Keaton by way of Meg Ryan like when you first meet her walking down the street. My Oh, there's something engaging about her. Right off the Bat I. I liked her. Even, though say in some ways I agree Paul. In some ways I think that there were certain there were women in the eighties and early nineties who were they had more bandwidth to be Zany and strange and offbeat, an odd and a times, not bright and there they had just a much longer leash in terms of like romantic leads that I really appreciate and I found it refreshing, and it reminded me of like Oh, I wish we got to see more women failing spectacularly in the way that denny gets to what we get now instead is like like the most beautiful women are given a character flaw like I'm clumsy or I wanNA career sure sure. Sure what we don't a better I mean like you don't have is women for whom their lives are a mess, and they are also simultaneously not the most beautiful woman in the world. You know what I mean like this like the. Stephanie Little Is Michelle Michelle I'm sorry is is beautiful, but she's not like like a bombshell. She is like what I like about. This movie is about a woman who is unlucky in love and really needs to figure her stuff out. She's being walked all over by chip. Her boyfriend was in the opening scene, and by the way when you say walked all over I. mean literally he trips on her. She I mean she is brutalized by this man like this man is we meet him for robbing her house stealing her blender pushing her down. The stairs has laughing at her like. That's my lamp. He's he's robbing her apartment and she says I. Don't think we should see each other anymore. IT IS A. Great there's something and I think Diane. Keaton is such a good call. As a reference point because there's something that is so just of like. Nuts about her. You know like in that way that she's like you like I. Don't know I just was in. You know there's the -freshing. There's the scenes in the beginning where she's walking through New York City. and. You can tell that they stole those scenes. Because yes, the crowds are people on the streets are too big, and they're looking directly at camera all the time I also I wrote down when I saw that opening scene. I'm like. Remember when movies could just look like Shit I. mean this is not like New York could. Could look like shit this trash. All of and it's not set decoration. Actual New York City streets that look like me to me was what was so appealing about it to like New York. It was the New York. I remember when I was elementary school going into the city from Long Island and seeing New York where it was, it was scary. It was there was a more crime. It was dirtier it was you know It was the New York that we seem to be any of this movie. And that was refreshing to yes, and that she is like a shining light in this rhyme. In all of this grime, including chip, I will say I. Did have trouble trying to figure out who we were supposed to focus on in that opening walkabout because there is a guy like jumping over garbage cans. That the lead character, and it took me a second back. Oh, I have to adjust my eyesight. She's the middle character. Yeah, we'll what it is is I kept having like wait. Who is the common person you? All of these teams and.

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"miss june diane raphael" Discussed on How Did This Get Made?

How Did This Get Made?

15:40 min | 6 months ago

"miss june diane raphael" Discussed on How Did This Get Made?

"And welcome to how to get made I am Tall John Sheer This is another quarantine addition of the pod. Today we were talking about cool. World and cool. World is a movie. That really Defies any rational? We're going to get into it but basically cartoons want to get into the real world Cartoons are called doodles. Humans are called if you have sex with the cartoon the become real anyway. It's a real big mess. I don't even uneven sure. I understand what I saw but to help me break it down. Let me introduce my Coz Mr Jason Manson Jason. How having just watch this movie if it is the quarantine or the fact that I haven't seen person or touched a human being in two months but I got I'll not lie. I got Pretty Horny. For these cartoons. I mean you really like that Cigar chomping a partner of Oh. I'll I'll fuck nails before we go any further. Let me introduce someone who I think. Got A lot of laughs out of this movie because I heard her enjoying Quite a lot Please welcome Miss June. Diane Raphael. How are You Jin? Hi Paul. I'm okay however you I'm fine. How are you dealing in this quarantine? I'm doing okay. I actually just thinking you know it really is. I don't know just just a very quick shoutout to all the people who who are not quarantining because they have to go to work. I just keep on. You know it is it as hard as this is what we're doing and it's really hard. It is just amazing to me to see so many people obviously doing the frontline work but also just delivering and I'm doing all of the work right now. I'm just very appreciative. And it truly. It is a privilege to be able to shelter homes. But so I am doing OK. Well I mean. Do you think it's a privilege to sheltered home and get a chance to watch cool world? I mean that's really the quench I mean. It's like being on vacation listen. I don't know what happened last night. I don't I you know and I was actually thinking about who framed Roger Rabbit which I do think had a profound effect on me as a youngster. That movie and I felt like I was. I felt like my fond memories of that movie. Were violated now because this movie is so overtly much more sexual or wha do you feel like this move is back on the Rame yes. I love to framed Roger Rabbit and I thought it was so great. Am I just enjoyed the hell out of it and this movie to me was so terrible so underwritten so I mean I I? Will you know we'll get into it? But I did think can base endure. Was there a ray of light? Yeah you weren't getting some solid laughs off of Kim's elds well. Here's the thing about this movie. I alluded to it in the beginning. This movie was pitched as a hard are film. See original pitch according to Ralph. Baczkowski was It was Basically the concept was a cartoon in live action human have sex. They can see a hybrid child. Who visits the real world to murder the father who abandoned her that was the original pitch? And then we get this movie now that at least an understandable pitch this movie is it's hard to parse going on Ralph Bag. She who made this is somebody who is like comes out of adult animation. You know he made the Lord of the rings and animated feature in the Seventies. He made Fritz the cat. Like he's like a. He comes out of a time when adult are rated animation. Like heavy and stuff like that exists like it's not like they were trying to make an animated kids movie you know That was ahead all the sex in it. I think that's the mistake that you know like people had which was oh. It's an animated movie so it's a kids movie but this is my understanding began intended for adults. The same way that you know heavy metal might be. I don't even now. I mean the human world is grotesque. The doodle world is grotesque. It's all so none of them seemed to be none of the Monday. None of the major characters seemed to be with the exception of Gabriel Byrne having created cool world the comic and so created Hollywood. And all this nobody seems interrelated. Really not like. I don't understand who means what to WHO I don't understand who are the good guys and the bad guys. I don't understand the stakes of this movie. I don't understand the rules. I don't understand why Brad Pitt is there at all. I have no idea why he's been sent to cool world. Well let's walk it back and just say that is a big problem with this movie in the sense that cool world was created by Gabriel Byrne but cool world existed decades before Gabriel Byrne created it. Because that's the world that Brad Pitt was sucked into after he come home from World War. Two and was in a horrible motorcycle accident with his mother. So less incentive mustn't Gabriel Byrne have created cool world prior to that no way he nineteen forty two. Like there's no way and they actually say in the film I think. Doc whiskers says we were here way before you created us. His weight was doc whiskers created by keeping. Well I think that cool world is Gabriel Byrne's creation in which these characters live. But yet it seems like he's just tapped into something that's in the ether because cool world exists. Wait wait so you may doc whiskers duck whiskers I think is living in an alternate reality wide world. That's yes no. I think you're right. So the very beginning when DOC whiskers escorts Brad Pitt into cool world. I don't really remember what he said but I feel like it was something I feel like the ideas like you could go here. You can go into this world you can go into that world like there's tons of doodle worlds could go into the doodle multi-diverse. I felt like I felt like whiskers Doug whiskers says to Brad Pitt. I was trying to go into your world. You weren't supposed yeah come into my world doc whiskers when he creates the portal. You know between June world and or cool world rather and at in the forties when Brad Pitt has come home in his joy riding with his mother on the back of a motorcycle helmet And gets into an accident and he gets straight into. Who World and Dr Whiskers Or DOC whiskers. I'm not sure if he's a real doctor or if you know I don't know if he's an MD. It'll Dr Doodle Dr. Yeah he's A. He's a doer so so he he but he says I was trying to Pu- I was trying to go to your world that was trying to pull you into my world and that but what. I couldn't figure out then. Is We make the time. Jump to the whatever the nineties. And Gabriel Byrne is in prison right which is not really touched on he murdered. Someone was a murderer. He's a murder. He murdered a man who was sleeping with his wife. That is so gently. It's just mentioned. We don't get any sense of that. Also Gabriel Byrne looming meet him imprison. He's released and he goes home to his house. Which looks like it's been checked up fine. Okay here's my main while there's so many issues. How long was he sent to a great question? Murdering purse rate. No eight two years one hit. Because here's here's the timing of it. His neighbor's daughter that girl. Whoever she is who is obsessed with him has such like intense connection with him. I couldn't really understand why. But how could she have known him? He must have been put away for a like year. Saddam tried to figure that out as well because I was like. Why did the neighbors care so much about him? You know come over unannounced in the middle of the night also the mother and the daughter appear to be the exact same age Karan down. No this was the nineties when if you were like thirteen you dress like you're thirty seven. Maybe but they just seemed when she said mom I was like oh I thought they were like roommates anyway regardless. Yeah I couldn't tell like he. Was He returning to the House? He'd always been in or was he has a new neighbor that they got to know and like that. We just didn't see off camera. It looked to me like he pulled his car into the driveway in the same clothes that he left prison and got right back to work drawing cool world the cartoon or comic book because by the way also in this world cool world. The comic book is enormously popular. He goes to a comic book shop to buy his own work. The Comic Book Shop Only seems to sell cool world comics and the whole wall and are we to believe that because of the setup in prison because he has a full draftsman's table and lamp. Yes and you ten everything he would need. Has he been just continuing to draw the cool world comic from prison clearly off it off of his own creation while in prison for having killed someone? He's buying the backlog. I mean maybe it's like an OJ situation where everything he makes back to it goes. Goes you think family of Ron Goldman type family scenario. Because he is living in a shout. He's leaving no. He's living in like a house June a shack. That's a shout there. That is if you think that is a shack. That is that that's crazy. 'cause these living here. I'm perfectly lovely ranch in the valley no not the values of the outskirts and by the way I mean so are you have that. That's nine hundred ninety two but the movie starts in nineteen forty five so then the movie really does take a big jump from nine hundred forty five thousand nine hundred ninety two after the first five minutes because Frank Harris Brad. Pitt's character is escorted in there After a very of setting opening and I know this is ninety kids film but it's a PG thirteen movie in which they show a motorcycle getting into a head on collision with a pair of aggressively drunk drivers. Also I guess in the First Vegas Casino. They'll mom and him go flying off in different directions although the mom is not that battered for flying off a motorcycle and he goes through a terribly upsetting bout of. Ptsd thinking he's back in the war. He's calling for medic. No medics arrive And then he's just kind of sucked into the cool world and then we never know what happens for our we. We don't see the fifty years that transpires after that like no we just jump straight ahead and when we when we jumped straight ahead to Gabriel Byrne in prison drawing Hollywood in prison and then we go into cool world and Brad Pitt is still there. He's been there for fifty years and now he's cool world's number one detective. But here's the issue that I had he. He could leave cool world at any point. So why did he not leave? Cool world visit at one point he because he understood at the end and and it was because at the end when he's faced with the reality of having to go back to the real world in order to get Hollywood and Gabriel in order to get Hollywood back He doesn't want to go back to the real world because it means he has to face the NBA accountable for the killing his mother. I didn't killer though he was like it'd be one thing. If he was irresponsible he was responsible. You don't put anyone on a motorcycle without a helmet. This is one thousand nine hundred forty five June. It's funny little helmets. They have helmets. I think forty five their little helmets. No no no I think casual put an aging woman like that on the back of a motorcycle just for fun. Of course it was his fault. Anyone who gets on a motorcycle has a death wish. I'm so sorry June. I'm telling you that this is nine hundred forty five. Just come home from the war. He loves his mother. So regardless of safety protocols I think perhaps it is just the guilt of having yes mother to encourage just mother to come out for this joy. Reid and that it led to her death I think and why was he driving that fast? No he wasn't. That was those other people. The drunk driver is driving driving pretty laid. Blame your the drunk J. Yes so are you saying address? Our Brad Pitt is not if he if you had told me. He was going out for groceries and his mother happened to be in a car. I would say of course he should completely let this go. This is a horrible accident that happened. He got on a motorcycle with his mother. June in nineteen sixty worried before the accident happened that she was just GonNa fall off and Die June in one thousand nine hundred sixty seven. That's when the government said that you needed to wear a helmet nineteen sixty seven. This is twenty years before that they here's the thing you are looking at. I agree we warned. Ya The fucking sense. I agree with you but I think they are. He and his mother are acting a period appropriate. Yes don only look at it through the Lens of what would people doing in that and they are doing that but the jets drivers are truly the villains of this. I really mayonnaise the death of his mother at Brad. Pitt's feet because of no helmets. Not Alone not no helmets right. There weren't that just didn't exist like the reality. Yes he's great option. Don't get on a motorcycle. Well do you ever straight escape? Greatest shape the great escape their ride a motorcycle helmet..

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"miss june diane raphael" Discussed on How Did This Get Made?

How Did This Get Made?

01:40 min | 6 months ago

"miss june diane raphael" Discussed on How Did This Get Made?

"Fellow people earth and welcome to our very first quarantine edition of. How did this get made? I am so happy to be here to talk to you about a movie. That recently came out on home video. That's right this is one of the first quarantine releases. Its vin diesel. Twenty twenty film about a soldier who is killed wakes up and is is more. I don't know machine the NAN but not really machine any. We'll get into it all but we'll break it down with my two CHOAS. Please welcome Mr Jason. Man's UCA's how are you Jason? Oh Paul you made me spent twenty dollars on this movie twenty. Am I trapped in my home literally trapped in my home? You made me feel even more of a prisoner by forcing me to watch this movie. This was a nuts endeavor and I'm thrilled to be sitting in my closet at home getting ready to talk to you guys about it. You just got indoctrinated into V. H. B. O. Vin boom box office. That's it we pay the top prices to see vin diesel. Doing the good work happily. I will pay top dollar to watch you know what I might retroactively. Go back and buy both triple X. movies just like just to like have them all. I mean you have to complete a collection and there's one person who loves vin diesel more than any of us. Please look my other Co host. Who Watches movie separately from me? Miss June Diane Raphael. How are you June? I'm okay. How are you Paul? Very Good House quarantine been treating June. Well you know I.

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"miss june diane raphael" Discussed on Bitch Sesh: A Real Housewives Breakdown

Bitch Sesh: A Real Housewives Breakdown

02:02 min | 7 months ago

"miss june diane raphael" Discussed on Bitch Sesh: A Real Housewives Breakdown

"We're back and before we leave right into Atlanta and vander pump. Which is what we have to talk about this week. We want to kind of do something a little bit different that relates to the Times right now and that is I would like to play a clip and this is a recorded clip that we've been given Licensed play by Miss June Diane Raphael and our beloved astrologer Heidi Rose Robbins. So you know the Jane Club Danielle where you and I both work yet because FEMA workspace here in La. They have gone virtual. So it's called like Jane Club virtual. They've been having these amazing kind of talks everyday where they'll have meditation and classes for kids and just general check ins where you can kind of see other women and kind of see where everyone's at they've had speakers yes. Sydney did a talent show and online talent. Show there. It was so cute. It's truly been my literally my lifeline. And they had a talk a fireside chat they called it with Eddie Rose Robbins a couple of days ago and I was like well. This should be a Ted talk and I guess the next best thing is for it to be on our podcast. A BITCH TALK. I Bitch Dot Basically. Heidi said and and I'M GONNA play it for you here that we can all take a look at our son. Signs. So like I'm a Scorpio and are rising signs which CAPRA corn. And if you don't know your rising you can look it up online and basically we can take the strongest components of our astrological signs and use that as a guide for what we have to offer right now to our communities ourselves to our families during this time like what qualities should we be leaning on as our highest cells to help us get through this time it was one of the. Most moving galvanizing honestly speeches slash declaration. Jack Lorraine's I've heard in this time and there's so much content out there right now but I did want to share it with everyone yes I found it incredibly comforting and meaningful and this time. So we're GONNA actually turn it over right now to Heidi Rose Robbins and I hope you take a listen and.

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"miss june diane raphael" Discussed on How Did This Get Made?

How Did This Get Made?

13:48 min | 8 months ago

"miss june diane raphael" Discussed on How Did This Get Made?

"One survey the slow pioneered this. Hello people of Earth and welcome to a very political mini episode of. How did this get made? I am tall. John and I am joined by Miss June Diane Raphael Howard June. I'm doing well. How ARE YOU PA? I'm very well now June You know you last year on a mini episode. Talking about your amazing book yes. My Book is called represent the women's guide to running for office in changing the world. And you know one of the things I found so fascinating about that book in watching your research and work on. It was how everybody has a chance to make a change in their community no matter where they are You don't have to come from a lot of money. You don't have to be a lawyer. You don't have to have all these things that in my mind you associate with running for office. Yeah that's true. I mean certainly a lot of those things help right and make process potentially easier in some circumstances with money and conflicts of interest etc could make the process more complicated but yes it is available to all of us. And there's one thing you said and I forget the exact step but it was something about how there are how many offices even available to run for over five hundred thousand five hundred thousand and that's across the United States. That's so many people and would you say there's a certain group that's even underrepresented in that women are under-represented up and down the ballot in all branches of government so that extends to state races and local races. And I've gotten a lot more involved in local politics because it is. I think a really great way to make a change whether you're running for office or supporting a candidate in office because a lot of times people don't really either show up for those local elections or know exactly what their candidates stand for and we're right now involved in a very big election here in Los Angeles for City Council where City Council is a very powerful part of Los Angeles politics. And we've found this candidate who is just amazing. I find her to be incredibly empowering and so even if you don't live in Los Angeles and are not part of district four which she's running in. I think she has a really amazing story about why she's running in what she's running four and we have around the show today and we want to just chat with her. So why don't you tell us a little bit about our guest yet? Nitya was just recently An executive director of times up before that she's worked on homelessness issues in India and in La City Hall. She has written a groundbreaking report on the deficiencies in our cities homeless resources. She is a wonderful candidate. I am so inspired by her. The person shore but I don't engage with like standing out on candidacy. What I do totally Stan is her positions and her commitment to Ending the homeless crisis in Los Angeles in in a humane way and her commitment to a green new deal. And if you're listening to this and you're about to turn off because you don't live in L. A. or live in La but not in this district. What happens in this election? Our City Council is incredibly important. We have in La an opportunity to make this city an international model city for tackling climate. Change We will talk a bit about that. We'll talk about how so many of these problems are solvable. How it happens in La. We will set the standard for the rest of the country. So I really encourage you to listen to Nitya Rahman to If you if you turn off right now to go on her instagram at Nitya for the city and or follow her on twitter at. Nitya for the city. Donate her campaign. If you live in the fourth district in La. Please vote for her. If you don't please let your friends know about her. Who Do live in district but if you are staying tuned in thank you and Lee Anyone to tune out to welcome this year. Listeners have hijacked our mini episode. Because I am so excited to talk about a race and a candidate that I care so deeply about Paul. Welcome to my mini episode. You're having a mini episode in my mini episodes a mini within a mini an M. squared. And I am thrilled to be here with our guest. Nitya Rahman Helena theat high Nydia. I have known since the beginning of her candidacy and I listened to her. I jame club and then just last week. I saw her outside my child's public elementary school talking to parents talking to people. I've been listening to you from the very beginning. And I've been so inspired by your passion and commitment and I have been so educated on what this office does. And what the La City Council is capable of doing and what they are currently not doing for you listeners. Who are out there now thinking well. I live in Idaho. What is this have to do with me? You should move to La No you should really listen because there's so much focus right now on the federal government and the presidential primary campaign but so much of what we're going to talk about today is how many honestly life changing decisions and decisions that will affect generations are made at a much more local level the power of the La City Council is mind blowing. We will talk about it But I just wanted to introduce new thea and say I'm so excited you're here. I know so much about you but I would love you to talk a little bit to me and Paul about why you got into this race in. What was making you angry. And what motivated you to run? Yeah I never will first of all thank you guys for. Having me is very exciting and I also want to want to ask you. What is your favorite worst movie? But we'll get to that in a second for okay. Oh Gosh I wish I'd been cared for that no-no while so. I never thought I would run for office but I had been doing work on the issue of homelessness in La for a number of years and for those of you who are not from La Who Don't know. The issue has spiraled out of control over the last few years. So we've had over the last five years in La Increase in our homeless population of over ten thousand. We've had an incredible housing crisis. That has just deepened. In an intensified over the last few years housing prices have gone through the roof which has resulted in massive change in our city. People are leaving the city and I you know I. I've worked on this issue for so long and I kept going to the city and asking them to do things differently through my advocacy work through the neighborhood homeless coalition that. I helped to found and I kept hitting up against a wall and it was so frustrating for me because our city council. La is so powerful. What I realized what I looked out at the spiralling crisis was that they had so many of the tools that they needed to take action to keep people housed to get people who are experiencing homeless off the streets quickly and compassionately and I felt like they were just looking away from those powers over and over again and I felt incredibly frustrated and finally. I just thought why I'm trained in urban planning. I have done this work in my spare time and in my professional life. Maybe I should be running myself because I know that I would be able to address these issues in a much more effective way significant. You're running for city council in district four in Los Angeles now. Los Angeles is kind of very bizarre. In the way it's districted district. Four is is kind of massive right. Yes so it is a really big district. They're all big district but this one is particularly strangely shaped it. Goes from one part of Silverlake all the way through Los Villas all the way through the Hollywood hills into the valley into Sherman oaks and to Luca Lake and then south into parts of Hollywood. Parts of Koreatown Hancock Park in the Larchmont area and mid Wiltshire area around Lacrima so this is really interesting. If you don't know it district in you should definitely find that out or if you know someone who's in this district you should let them know a little bit about what we're talking about here today when you talk the power of La City Council. Because he thinks this is important for all of our listeners. To hear about we have fifty for how many people live in La? We have fifteen council members for city of four million. Yeah okay so that's fifteen people making huge decisions about four million people. And that's I think I don't know how big Buddha judges city was but I think. A Single Council district dwarfs southbound just to put it in kind of our perspective in terms of how large these districts are and how much they govern and how many people are in them and then he should get into the La City Council. At this point. I mean can handle it. Could he handle it? That's great yeah. I don't know it's it's kind of hard knocks here pretty brutal ray. For sure and it's interesting that you're talking about this idea that like this council is it. Is it rare that a city council is powerful? Or is this something that is kind of All across the board so in other cities like Chicago and Boston and New York mayors have a lot of power so mayor Bloomberg had a lot of power but here in La. We have a weak mayor strong council system so the way that city hall insiders talk about people who are longtime observers of City Hall is that we have fifteen mini mayors right so we have a mayor. Eric Garcetti and then we have all of these other people who have an incredible amount of power to to shape the agenda for what's happening in their own districts as a whole council is also incredibly powerful. And I want to talk about that for one moment. So we have a ten billion dollar budget. In the city of Los Angeles we control the port of L. A. And the DWP both of which are incredibly important institutions to advance our climate agenda right so we have the largest publicly owned utility in America. Right here controlled by our city government. That's incredible that's an incredible tool and asset that we should be using to move quickly and effectively towards our climate goals. We're not really dealing with urgency. That we need to be doing you know so. Let's talk about climate for one second because this what we do. La Am I. I'd love you to speak about it. A little bit in terms of climate our climate goals and the green deal truly does set a standard for the rest of the country so currently the LA cities. Elliot's Climate Goalpost is what carbon neutrality. By twenty forty five twenty fifty s and and and and the UN climate report has basically said that we need to get there by twenty thirty. Yes right so we have a deadline that we've set for ourselves that's twenty years after the UN's troublesome that's troublesome and the thing that's most troublesome about it is what I just said. Which is that we more than any other city in America. Have the ability to push toward that deadline because of our control over our dwp the DWP an incredible. That's the Department of Water and power by the way for those who listeners. Who Don't get the bills every month. It's an incredible asset that we have and I feel like as an elected representative in La. You should be using that asset to say okay. Let's move towards ambitious climate goals. Let's move towards being more water. Self-sustainable let's move towards being one hundred percent renewables. Let's move towards Making sure that we're retrofitting homes across the city to make sure that they're as energy efficient as possible because we have this asset at our fingertips and I don't feel like our elected representatives feel that same sense of urgency or look at the DWP as that asset at all and. That's that's a shame grain. It's not something out there that we have no control over or have to lobby for or to make crate take crazy measures to get under control. We have it under control. Just have to have to do it. Yeah we just have to decide to do it. And then we said that example other people can start follow that exactly exactly and I think that. That's a real missed opportunity. So far in L. A. And that's one of the reasons why I really felt like this. Candidacy was important to take on because I think that sense of urgency has been missing not just from our response to climate but from our response to so many of the biggest challenges that Elliot's grappling with right now one of the things that I've loved about your campaign is how you're attacking all of these issues.

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"miss june diane raphael" Discussed on How Did This Get Made?

How Did This Get Made?

12:42 min | 1 year ago

"miss june diane raphael" Discussed on How Did This Get Made?

"Romance explained June Diane Rayfield comes to answer your questions and just because I want to say it Marjo Goerner all this and more on today's how did this get made many episode hit the theme uh-huh and what have dug down with me Paul Scheer live from the ear wolf conference it's room with a special how did this get made many episode I am joined today by the lovely the talented Miss June Diane Raphael how are you June I'm doing okay how are you Paul I'm good conjurer the people who wrote that opening theme song it's a very death metal kind of theme song do you like that I did not okay great and it's not because of their musical stylings it just you just don't like death metal I guess so as that I'm I'm a little bit sleep deprived because of a couple of things that happened last night Ardo year old child I'm sure that that was a lovely music at another time a different person and that person is not me in this moment I got you we have a three year old who is up last night for majority of the night watching great British bake off and then turn to us at three in the morning and said I wanNA cake all right so June we have a bunch of stuff in store you're gonNA talk to us about a new project we haven't I haven't talked about here on the podcast yet but we also GonNa Talk About Star crash the movie that we did last week a movie that you admitted me just the other day you don't even remember recording the episode for Okay so an end to defend myself I have a busy person I'm coming here to talk about a project haven't even had time to discuss podcasts I'm a busy person who cares about a lot of things I only have the amount of space in this brain that they have and it will not store these movies I do not store them I'll tell you that Mary full I will tell you that this gigantic tour that we did knocked a lot out of my brain I don't remember this at all give me a couple accused about starcraft I remember seeing about set bikinis she wore bikinis to prison and it was like ill-fitting or no it was the paper I got God's garbage bag over it right okay and like it's yeah and there's a robot with a Texas accent no I mean look by the way but here's the thing later on in this episode we're going to play you some needed scenes from the podcast stuff that didn't make it into the actual episode you can hear a much longer dissection of the wardrobe choices and more but I just before we hear about the movie for next week before we get into star crash before we find out what's going on with June Diane Raphael we want to hear from you on a little something we like to call the explanation hope line let's hit it And all right that was Bombay beach revival June that's what happens on this part of the show people call me at six one nine p. a. u. l. asked that six one nine Paul ask and normally I go to Devon and cody to chime in and we help people solve problems before well there you go and see you don't have microphones today so it's it is really gonNA come down you are because like I said we are in a conference room at your wolf and I appreciate it anyone may do and did this on the schedule so let's get into it this is a question that I think you'll have a great answer to problems my I love very much we've lived together for almost a decade and he got a inscription two birds and every new colognes are coming to the house and he sprays him in our house sometimes I'm still sleeping and Ted in Iraq I hate it so much I hate the Cologne how how much do I get him to stop wearing it it's so unnecessary I don't understand where men tinky need own after she fine great but do not aerosolize fence onto yourself please how how do I say this without just like an asshole thank you Jim this is a great question her boyfriend uses clone choosing like it have you ever dealt in that situation have you ever had that situation you don't have it with me and unhappy with you and I've never been proud to save never dated anyone who wore Cologne and sent bird a box of sense until yet to meet this is so simple and sometimes they think we get wrapped up in in these things and sometimes in orange is just an orange and an apples to apples and you just say I don't like that smell I actually don't Cologne you know I think you're right and I feel like if you do it in a way that is forward like that this person would like to still be in relationship with this other person so he's going to you know he's going to take that I don't understand why are we in Cologne culture do you even smell men with loan on on the subway days I mean I just think it's as simple as Oh yeah hey yeah on the subway you don't wear it would they tell me never found out what it was oh you that you are not but you're not actively investigating this is not smelled it on a couple of men in my day and I know what it smells like and it's great but it's just the smell of Liga just smells like fair moans Dell's like a body but it is actually our but what I don't know what it is that's not that's aftershave so I really think it you know were her I would just say and I don't think she needs to worry about being an asshole there's nothing wrong with saying hey I should have mentioned this before I don't like Cologne by the way is it easier harder to say this to a person than than you have bad breath Oh my God so much easier WYNN's pudding on exactly breath is like I mean it could be situational but it could be chronic and that's like I can't you know that that's that's that's an issue royal chronic is as bad news okay let's get into the next one here Jennifer Hi Paul this is Jennifer calling from Buffalo New York I was actually just adrenaline show this past weekend and while I was in Toronto I met a guy and I felt like we were kind of having and I checked myself for not giving him my phone number asking him like he was doing later that night but the thing is I also met him where he was working those wondering what your boss is on the art because I know I used to work in retail and I finally he's out if someone wanted to ask me out while I was working so do you think that's you're to better questions to get today's show then these two what do you think about that a guys working she kind of vibes with him but she doesn't so if she should have asked more or less he's working at a retail establish like a J. crew or made Weller Plug J. crew although I do them the shopping look when I saw Adam Scott with that ad at J. Crew a little jealous and envious but I will tell you but I mean let's just say it was a coffee place it could be J. crew could be anywhere she just went into a place there was vibe and can you vibe you worked the initial I did work for the zeal but my initial reaction is like I wish men were asking these questions I don't think they are but of course she's in a lovely way concerned with you yes as a retail worker you are kind of imprisoned there and you have to just accept what ever happening with this customer to I guess to it to a degree but I do think she's right to ask yourself those questions I think however you're if she were going to say maybe she should wait for him to get off and follow him to the parking lot Jesus Jim pitching US silence of the lambs scenario yeah I think what I would do is I would write a note and I would pass the note I literally was going to say the same thing the same thing then you put it in their court passive way I remember that one time a lady wrote a note on a bill. yeah to me wow wow very nice did you call her beat this just happened like last week I didn't see you colder ham did you go out on a date we did I think I don't think it worked out okay but nobody that I think that that's the best way to do it because that way Chipper was a non serious relationship interest. I don't want to do this right now switch question that is all we have right now on the explanation according to little bit earlier in the week but this is great we got a little bit of a June perspective here and you know June we talked about your amazing book represent and how important that book is but your work doesn't just stop there you're also doing something here in Los Angeles that is really yeah I wanted to talk to you about it with our audience here in the mini episode to tell them a little bit more about it to tell us I'm so excited so well actually while I was the book is you know had a four month old and a two year old at the time and was really struggling one is only one and we haven't done all the test they were but of course the thing some assumptions yes so I was taking care of very small children wanted to write this book and really struggling with how to mother tiny babies and do that and also Oh to pursue my professional dreams and how to do that without apologizing for being a parent and for wanting to take care of my kids it's and really feeling like I was not settled in either arena and wanting a space to work and to be where oh things could live in harmony so I along with my co founder Jesse no created a physical space hey we it is called the Jane Club and it is a workspace primarily but that's also as you know Paul kind of the least of what we are we have yes space for women to work but we also have an entire floor dedicated to childcare so women come to our space and they can drop off children at our like magical wonderful space called the nest where I sometimes.

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"miss june diane raphael" Discussed on How Did This Get Made?

How Did This Get Made?

04:51 min | 1 year ago

"miss june diane raphael" Discussed on How Did This Get Made?

"How dare you jason any of the men in this movie. I would rather i would rather watch paris. Hilton hilton straight up fuck a cheeseburger then watch her kiss anybody in this movie come on this there there is there most of this movie amounts to a crime being committed by everybody well. Let's hold dr thought right there because there's someone else i'd like to introduce you to. She is our other co hosts. Please welcome miss june diane raphael yeah the the welcome june paul how are you. I'm good. Thank you for asking june your thoughts on the haughty in the nadi. Uh so just off the bat i feel i have to say dish ind for the role of the nadi eighty no yes no by the way we are married did not know that until right now. Wow yeah not get it. You didn't i i didn't because i noticed him obviously a lot of makeup and so forth so that wasn't you. I didn't know until just now you had no that wasn't made that was a different actress and i remember because i have such a memory of when the email came in seeing the subject line the hottie and the naughty role june and thinking um this like for you remain secret in hollywood when they named the character after you automatically get <hes> and so i remember i have a memory of because it was one of my first auditions seeing it in thinking. I've been offered a major motion picture. I have arrived in this industry and it's about time a paris hilton joint yen's get the offer were. When do you read the script. Would you read this read the script. I don't think they released script so yeah you gotta keep this. Keep is under. You can't ah visit reveal the plot points. This is avengers endgame level secrecy the reason why they only shot this movie a-block around the santa monica pier the only location in this movie is the pier and literally the houses to the left and right hand side of and there is like no background there is nothing they exist in a vacuum basically. It's if you told me this movie took place in the afterlife. I guess yes i believe you when they have that picnic. They pull out for a wide shot. They're the only two people there it is is if the apocalypse happened and these are literally the last people on earth. I wish so judy. Do you go in to audition well so i remember seeing that i wasn't being offered that. It was an audition and then years ago. That's a pretty bold thing that you you're going to just get an also then i. I don't know how hollywood works at that point so i was so excited and then i saw that i had to audition then i saw the role was described. A wish could find the email it was described as like human garbage garbage and human for my this woman is so disgusting and it hurt that i was being considered at that point at that point where you like glad you didn't get the offer because because then at least tacitly saying can you prove your garbage rather than we've decided your garbage so much so we're going to offer you the part because obviously right right i remember reading the entire paragraph describing june and at the end it said something like comedic and i was like i'll be there when ago if you had one of the most shocking components of this movie was that it was only ten years ago if you had told me. This movie was twenty five. This movie felt felt like it was from twenty years ago or more..

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"miss june diane raphael" Discussed on Bitch Sesh: A Real Housewives Breakdown

Bitch Sesh: A Real Housewives Breakdown

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"miss june diane raphael" Discussed on Bitch Sesh: A Real Housewives Breakdown

"It was of the last like houses like yelling, and laughing and screaming at the same time and it was it was charge. You know it was it was the most communal experience I've ever had. And I loved it so much. So we have to do it again. It's last minute. But we, we just needed to do it another time. So that's going to be again theater June twenty six Wednesday at seven thirty with special guests, Matt McCarthy, he's going to be joining us, and we're gonna have a lot. A fun. And so come on out to that. And then another very special show is coming on August. I August, I Casey, and I are going to do a bitch session live at the Jane club in. Yes. In Los Angeles. With our special guest, miss June Diane Raphael, that's right this coming back, and she's going to do this live show and special show because it's for charity. It's going all the proceeds are going to go to the Jane legacy fund, which provides membership to, to the Jane club for deserving game changers in the community free memberships and all the money from the show. We'll go to, to people that deserve to desert that are doing great things in their community and the thing, that's special about the show is very intimate show. So there's not a ton of tickets, but it is an intimate show, and we're gonna do a cocktail party KC, June I- beforehand, so that we all just kind of get to, like, have some drinks, and mingle with some. Some of some listeners, and it will be really fun and talk and tell her favourite Giovanni feelings together. So that's the Jane club and I'm to post it on social media with a link and everything. And that'll be August, I with Casey June, and I and all proceeds go to charity. So that's going to be really a nice intimate fun bitch live event. All right. So now can I just real quick Blair before we get into New York, I am curious how you how you got into the house, and did you discuss can't remember the last time you were on the show, but, but is and his New Yorker favorite city? How do you feel New York is one hundred percent? My favorite city. Why is it? I mean I know. Right. So stellar. But is there a reason has it always been or I mean going, I started watching from the very beginning from the jump. Yeah. Until like out of the gates, Vicky gun gun vol sin, girl. Yeah. You are a Gumbo girl. Still, like, oh, see used to be my favorite and then like five years ago, I toured for second city and I lived on a cruise ship. Oh, yeah. You and you have some thoughts on below deck. I know. Oh. And so, but I didn't watch TV for like a year. So I lost track some of the girls. And yeah. And then when I of came back, and I got settled, I got back into it, and that's when New York was really picking up steam, and I mean, New York, I think I've kind of always held onto, but most see after that was well after Brooks left, it's been a and Shannon's breakdown. They'll shoot Sheehan lane is a gift and she's, you know, she's a gift and a curse, and we've all benefited and lost from our relationship with her, and she's been fun, devastating..

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