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"monica madman" Discussed on Armchair Expert with Dax Shepard

Armchair Expert with Dax Shepard

02:05 min | 2 months ago

"monica madman" Discussed on Armchair Expert with Dax Shepard

"Welcome welcome welcome to armchair expert experts on expert. I'm monica madman. And i'm doing by. Dan sheppard lane. I'm doing by dan sheppard high purple by jan shepherd twenty by jan shepherd. We have a. I've been saying this about him. Tell me if you think it's too much okay. I would say that. Daniel congressman is the sigmund freud of our generation. I think he's the most impactful psychologists of the last hundred years. I think it's accurate. That's not too much right. I mean. I don't want to associate freud because a lot of freud's ideas are now proven to be not true right but still you have to still honor his significance to the field of sites significant. Yes yeah then. Economy is a psychologist is the winner of the nobel peace prize in economics and recipient of the presidential medal of freedom. He had a hugely successful book called thinking fast and slow in the as a new book called noise. A flaw in human judgment and why. Dan economists so fun. In my opinion as he takes all these assumptions about how people think they think and he demonstrates through experiments that people don't act in the way they were all madge. Rationale were were quite a bit illogical rational in the way we make decisions and judgments it is worth saying that this is like one of the most brilliant people on earth and huge honor to be able to talk to him and he comes up all the time. Yeah when we talk about the narrative self or the experiential self though we talk about bias he basically i mean all guests have brought him up and just kind of goes to show that he's been on our list for so long so this was very very exciting. Owns lead back to congressman. Also if you don't like this episode or you do you want more. I do want to recommend adam. Grant had no comment on his show as well and it was tremendous..

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"monica madman" Discussed on Comments By Celebs

Comments By Celebs

07:34 min | 2 months ago

"monica madman" Discussed on Comments By Celebs

"I mean. She could to me like to me. I put her in like the megan fox category. You watch she actually. I always associated two of them together. I know there is a similar similarity in energy. I have no idea astrologically but yeah there is right. What is it just so powerful. Yeah i think. Obviously they're both beautiful. But i think there's definitely both of them have an edge to them. That is a very attractive quality especially in hollywood at. I don't know. I always have just associated them to be very similar people. I don't know too much about olivia munn. I've always really liked her. I find the roles they play to be somewhat similar as well I'm sure there's also an element of being centralized from a young age in hollywood that applies to both of them. We know that about megan fox. I believe a libyan Also is somebody that that applied to as well so yeah. I think that there's definite similarities. There there are. And i think if i had to choose a set of words to describe what i'm thinking about as i think about it like kind of both off this take no shit attitude which i find to be really attractive Woman right. I also think they look alike will. They're just so gorgeous. Yeah anyway so. We'll keep you guys posted on that and also unrelated kind of but has we ever found out a livia months thoughts on aaron rodgers and saline woodley no. I don't think we have. But that could also be because. Aaron rodgers was with dan patrick in between that. So maybe the idea of him being in a serious relationship. She's already moved on from the idea of because there was one in between and it wasn't just her to saline woodley. Yeah very possible. i don't know. Watch the space guys will. Hopefully more will develop coming next week. I hope so. I think we're gonna see start to see that typical Out to dinner in. La paparazzi photo emerge like a crag situation. Oh yeah. I think we'll see a little bit of hand holding it'll be just enough evidence to know something's going on but not enough that we can a hundred percent confirm it. It'll be interesting to see. Well let me tell you something we on this very podcasts manifested. Acording travis megan. Mgk doubleday paparazzi picture. And we got that so from our mouths. God's ears true keto so you guys know. I'm not really a big drinker. But i do. Love heart seltzer. I just find it refreshing. I like a little buzzer to gives me and recently have been really into busy. So busy is the first heart seltzer. That's crafted with antioxidant vitamin c. And it's actually extracted from admiral. A cherry which is a super fruit with thirty times more vitamin c per cup than orage and obviously there are million hearts out on the market. But something i like about. This is that it has eight bold dual fruit flavors. So i'm going to tell you that. They're pineapple mango black. 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Where prince harry's like casually on dax shepard's podcasts. That would never have happened a few years ago and to me that is such a small thing but it's so representative of really there into la life. Into hollywood i don't wanna say into normalcy because none of this is normal but just even the ability to be able to go on a podcast. Which would have never happened interesting. That you say this shift into normalcy. Because that is the thing that always surprises me about prince harry especially with what we've seen of him recently. The interview with oprah the new show us with over coming out about mental. Health carpool karaoke. He did the normalcy of him. Is it just catches me off guard every single time and obviously his life whether it was a royal life or in. La life is not normal by any means. But there's just something about what he's saying and the way he speaks and the references he makes and the things. He's aware of in terms of media and entertainment. It just catches me off guard. Because i don't expect him to be aware of any of those things when you think of prince harry in the lifestyle that he's lived. And what your view of the royals are you. Expect that all of these funny references that he makes talking about joe rogan talking about when he was games courtney new the fresh prince of bel air themes on you expect these things to be things that are just go over his head entirely because he wouldn't be aware of them and so for him to be talking about these things in such a normal way was my biggest takeaway from the whole interview. I know you're so right. I feel the same way. It's this repeated. Taken aback. That i am and i feel that i have watched enough things that he has been in. And i've heard him talk enough to not feel that. But i think a lot of it did come from the fact that it was a podcast which i always really intimate form of communication but dax is like a very regular guy for being famous in his wealthiest he is and i think what i really appreciate it which i think. A lot of people feel just listening to armchair expert in general. This happens but harry was down to just get right in it with him. You know there was no sense of kind of to me. At least it didn't feel like it took him a moment to get comfortable. I felt like he was right there to make those jokes and to engage in some of the humor that dax does in a way where it just felt very comfortable. It did it felt incredibly comfortable. It felt like. I don't even know. I just listened to the entire thing and was so interested by everything both of them were saying and the conversation that we're having i think that's what it is about. Prince harry also is that he has such a good grasp on everything like when he's talking about mental health. He's talking about family. He's talking about therapies talking about understanding and immersing himself in this new culture that he's a part of that's different than his old culture and he just seems to really grasp everything and speak about it in such an intelligent and informative way that i think that's also why when he says reeling normal things. You're like how how're both of those things existing at the same time but they very much do. Yeah and i think for me. Just like prince harry aside. I always will appreciate anybody in the public eye. That talks about their experience with therapy and mental. Health is openly as he's doing just because i think only good can come from that for the greater good. Of course i recognize. There's very big promotional to this. Because they're apple. Tv series with oprah actually premieres today but it was that coupled with fact and then we'll get into some of the actual takeaways but clearly different experiences..

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"monica madman" Discussed on Armchair Expert with Dax Shepard

Armchair Expert with Dax Shepard

03:44 min | 5 months ago

"monica madman" Discussed on Armchair Expert with Dax Shepard

"Wherever you get your podcasts. Welcome to nurture versus. nurture. I'm dr wendy mogul and i'm a clinical psychologist have been in practice for approximately one hundred years and i work with parents and we talk about their children to help them understand that whatever. They're struggling with. They are not a lot one. I've seen it before. It's a little bit funny and a little bit. Wonderful one of the things i do and working with parents is i bring up words from other languages. Monica madman has so beautifully described this as a side hustle in linguistics. I collect words. That are translated into english and i tie them into the conversations with parents so that not only can we realize that our struggles are not unique to our family but that the planet has a way of describing some of our emotions and some of our dilemmas in beautiful single words. So today we are going to meet eric and elsie. The theme of this episode is thinking about new ways to demonstrate of these days. It's tough for families to figure out how to strike a balance between fun and firm. Parents are so close to their kids. And when i was growing up if someone asked your don the name of your fifth grade teacher he would not know right off the top of his head and now we just have so much data were always pursing it and figuring it out and also a really sweet and warm and affectionate friendship. Parents have with their kids and at the same time they want to have structure and be firm and they want the kids to become independent but super accomplished and then each child is different. These are a lot of balls to juggle. And often i see the most loving devoted smart parents playing blame peng. This is a term. I made up for how parents will just because the other parents is the closest one to them and all the other parents fault. That things aren't going so well and then sometimes teams emerged and each parent is selecting their draft pick. Today you'll hear how are very dear guests eric. And elsie bump into each other as they negotiate their families rules of engagement after our session. I will share with you. What the author of the handmaid's tale margaret atwood says about embarrassment and murder. I'll also tell you how an international nuclear disarmament effort recommends handling differences of opinion. We'll talk about the origin of the linguistic term family which is a concept that reveals why private jokes and nicknames are serious love bombs and i will give you an assignment to take home and use with your own. Family finally will learn a single word in.

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"monica madman" Discussed on Armchair Expert with Dax Shepard

Armchair Expert with Dax Shepard

03:41 min | 11 months ago

"monica madman" Discussed on Armchair Expert with Dax Shepard

"Bay Care, and now my favorite part of the show the fact check with my soul mate Monica Madman. Told Dr Ryan that I've been. OUTTA. My sling a lot at home. And he said no problem that's great. I thought it was going to be in trouble Thi-. You're breaking the rules. Yeah. I had an admission to make and he said no brown just don't don't be a knucklehead about I try to bench press or anything. I haven't done that. Now I did hang out some squats yesterday but that was very conservative. Yes, allowed or go to say that's the worst part of this whole thing is being out of my exercise routine. You'll go on walks yeah. I need to do that. It's been so hot. TREADMILL. Oh, speaking of which you know your treadmills on my.

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"monica madman" Discussed on Call Your Girlfriend

Call Your Girlfriend

16:35 min | 1 year ago

"monica madman" Discussed on Call Your Girlfriend

"I mean what's the word for a live in Babysitter uh-huh and it's funny that you would ask. I was reading an article New York Times recently. What in the Nueva York Times? My hometown paper about DAX shepard which who who is an actor that if you have seen gene NBC TV shows about large families. You probably know him. And he's actually. That's married to Kristen Bell Bill and he hosts a podcast called armchair expert and the article was about him. A- sensually the thing that is funny about both the article article and the setup to the article that he is not the only host of his show. So here is the sub head for the article. subject DAX. Shepard is is listening the actress interview. PODCAST armchair expert is very popular. Is he the next Howard Stern Terry gross or something else entirely and so if you scroll scroll through the article there are these very fun high gloss photos of him and his co host. Monica Bodman who is mentioned should there where in the sub had mentioned nowhere in the subject of the article but clearly is the second host of this podcast in the article as they describe her role she is quote his Quieter Co host. who also handles the behind the scenes work of wrangling guests and editing interviews? I'm going to read further down much of the work. That miss pod Mun dozen the show fact checking the editing the scheduling takes place off Mike when they started recording the show she worried about getting enough airtime Their reason that Anna asked me The reason that you asked me what What another word for live-in babysitter was. was that this was the role that This woman filled in Dax Shepard and kristen bell. She is described as their live in baby center. Which wjr I'm like? Isn't that a nanny unclear. But I like. I don't know how rich people operate semantics. Aside this whole the whole thing is just like very fascinating to me about about kind of like how Hollywood work operates you know. So it's like okay. You had someone who works for you in a domestic realm mm-hmm and now they work for you in a professional around which is fine. It's to be saying about Somebody has these kind of big responsibilities. stabilities on his show. I don't know fact checking asking follow up questions scheduling scheduling booking guests. Why is this article like as Monica Padma connects to Howard Stern Terry gross or Xyz? And I guess that the answer is not. She's paranoid with the celebrity. Yeah I mean I think that this article frustrated both of us we were ranting about it in the kitchen. The the reason that this article is so frustrating reading is because it does not take into account in its framing of him and his importance and like how he's doing this interviewing work the fact that the only only reason this show is popular is because he's a celebrity who other celebrities feel comfortable talking to in part because he's appeared but also in part because he gives them the opportunity to cut portions of the interview after they record it in case they regret something that they said which is something that it's a detail included in the article. But if you read the framing think of it I mean this is not something that Terry Gross lets her guests do for example Adam driver why. What was I saying? The car what was the Lake Waco and as an amazing driver impersonation what you dropping the. Yeah Terry Gross isn't do this Howard. Stern turn doesn't do us and also famously terry gross and Howard Stern to kind of self bad media people right self made in the sense that they were not big names when they they started. They started their interviewing and both have huge platforms where anyone will respond to a message from them and the point of like sharing this as not to berate at like celebrity podcast. This podcast is actually the armchair expert podcast. I think is very good. Actually it is a great celebrity podcast. It's a great celebrity podcast and I think also about you know and it also has to be said that having someone who is kind of in the same industry or shares the same. You know you're in the same social situation as obviously opens up a way better channel for communication. It's the reason that we love to listen to podcasts. About journalists interviewing journalists so on and so forth and so I take more umbrage at the times and a lot of celebrities just being like Oh this person has like an amazing interview show and they they get to book all these guests and Blah Blah Blah. Like how do you think that happens. And it's like well welcome to having a platform like it happens because you're repot forum and you have access and you have an in It's not to say that they don't do the work again. Like the podcast is very good. Mommy Department is definitely definitely doing the work. Shout out to Monica Madman. And it's it's like I'm I'm remembering that variety interview with Honan with Conan on the cover and meaning and I'm going to find that exact exactly the headlines it was it was like the cover ahead line. How CONAN O'Brien and other top hosts are tapping into the podcast revolution? This is literally from like seventeen seconds ago. You know podcasts have been here sends before Conan. It's not taking issue with the celebrity. And what they're doing that is Sir Lazy to me it's mostly about a framing. That says that I'm a medium is not relevant until certain people show up and those people tend to be famous white men and that I think is a very lazy kind of framing. Yeah I mean I also really struggle with the way that he that doc shepherd in this particular profile is aligned with people who are coming out of a more journalistic tradition for sure. I'm not going to say that like Howard. STERN IS MR J school one on one but definitely in the sense that they are in many any cases. Not Friends Terry. Gross not friends with the people. She's interviewing someone who does not let people go back and edit out things. They might have said that they regret. But I think that also extends to the way that they do the interviews. I mean one of the examples in this article is that Casey Affleck went on armchair expert and and they didn't really push him on the various shady things that he has been accused of any. No he has the DAX. Shepard tells the interviewer that he's like interested in everyone's story and like you know even a serial killer he would want to hear their story and it's sort of like yeah sure like lots of People WanNa hear serial killers stories like that's a whole strain of content but also there is a whole thing about people being able to come on your show and know that they won't be faced faced with tough questions. I mean I think that you want to hear someone story and also accept some accountability in continuing to give them a platform. And that's what someone like Terry Gross has to do. Do that is very different. From someone DOT SHEPHERD WHO GETS TO BE CELEBRITY POW when it's convenient and gets to be the next big interviewer when it's convenient. That's the crux of it for me. Right where of course like you can give anyone to platform. But saying that they are your pal and not interrogating how their need for publicity at this exact exact moment aligns with you having Jon Norris Platform where you can just make them seem like a sympathetic cool nice person. I'm not saying that it's dangerous because it's you know that's not the Nobody feels endanger. But it's very disingenuous from the stance with someone who is saying that they want to humanize a lot of people and share stories that are relevant. It was like well. You're not pushing them. You're doing any kind of follow up and you are not addressing. The thing that they're in the news for which a lot of times is the thing that is interesting. Yeah and I think look like everybody who is in a position to interview someone who is publicly known has to make choices about what they ask them about and like how they can textual allies their past. You and I have not always agreed. Unlike what guests should be asked or like what we want to focus on when we bring people onto this podcast like you can answer those questions. A lot of different ways I guess is what I'm saying. I don't think it's like anybody who has someone who's accused of doing something horrible on their show is also horrible by extension. I don't believe that but I also think you need to be open to criticism for what you do. And don't ask someone and I think like characterizing someone like Dax Shepard as a a great interviewer is very much in line with some of the other things that are happening in terms of celebrity coverage. You know like the fact that beyond say is on the cover of Glossy Fashion magazine only only answering questions from her biggest fans and not from a journalist. which like beyonce as a pioneer of this? Like I'm going to not be asked a question that I don't want to be asked. It's where everything is headed like. It is the future. So that doesn't feel like doc shepherd is the only one out there alone doing this. It's more like I'm just frustrated about the framing of this article. Well do better. Article Writers is that. It's also some of this. Oh funny to me because I think I like it a little bit also as insider baseball because a little bit of the texture of this story also the Dike Shepherd. Shepherd story is someone who was on one career path. A gay being an actor and you can decide decide for yourself. How successful he was doing thinking the sense? We're like he's someone who works a lot. The quality of move of movie and TV show or whatever is is up for debate but I don't know what his barometer for like I have a successful show here is is what I'm saying so if someone who is on one career path and now has discovered rid this other career path. And I think that it's fair to say that he's definitely praised Moore for his podcasting than he ever was for his acting. And so seeing the real time like him respond respond to that. And there's a part of the article where he's like you know. Maybe I'm the next Howard Stern air like really like you. You know Howard like I have my qualms like Howard Stern as content in general but Howard. Stern's work ethic is like unimpeachable. Also the Howard stern stories that he's been there for so long sort of have someone I'm like do podcasts. For however many seasons has been going and to automatically be put in since two thousand eighteen since the year before last year and to automatically be given this kind of get that cachet is the mechanics of the interior lives of white. Men are always fascinating to me and I I was like you know what like maybe it is true. Maybe you are the next Howard Stern and now we're going to crank out how insurgents like every three years Recycling actress from TV shows. Yeah Yeah and I I will say I think it's interesting on on the point about gender like there are definitely women who are actors who have very successful. podcast like like on a ferris as podcast which has been around for very long time and also very popular. That's another perfect example full of like someone who talks to other celebrities and it's kind of like semi open about her personal life or like you kind of know that like you know who her spouse is or isn't in the background background like that is like a perfect parallel here. And it's not really mentioned like I find it really interesting that he's not kind of aligned with her as an example of someone who's been doing what he's is doing and is instead like immediately elevated to this like other stratosphere I guess of known interviewers and some of it I think has to do with the perception of the topics that he talks about like Utah. Bob Mental Health and addiction and things that are hard and again this is why the frame is lazy..

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