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"mrs fletcher" Discussed on The Director's Cut

The Director's Cut

01:41 min | 5 months ago

"mrs fletcher" Discussed on The Director's Cut

"Today's episode takes us behind. The scenes of director lethal tommy's new biographical drama respect. The film follows the remarkable life of the queen of soul aretha franklin from her early days singing in her father's church choir to her journey to find her voice in the midst of the turbulent social and political landscape of nine hundred sixty s america to becoming a legendary international musical superstar in addition to respect ms thomas other direct royal credits. Include episodes of dolly. Parton heartstrings mrs fletcher jessica jones. The walking dead insecure diet land and queens schober following recent screening of the film at the dj theater in new york. Ms thomas spoke of fellow. Director rod blank about filming respect. Listen on their spoiler Conversation liza congratulations. Thank you thank you. I'm saying that as your sister of cinema your former flatmate former golden girl So so thrilled for you and what's to come on this. What a way to begin a career as a film director. And so i guess my first question to you is like what does it feel like being on this side of things now that the film is done and out into the world how do you where are you inside. I feel more tired than i've ever felt in my life. I didn't know that doing the press would be more tiring than actually shooting the film. No one told me that

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‘Respect’ Brings Aretha Franklin's Story to the Big Screen

The Director's Cut

01:41 min | 5 months ago

‘Respect’ Brings Aretha Franklin's Story to the Big Screen

"Today's episode takes us behind. The scenes of director lethal tommy's new biographical drama respect. The film follows the remarkable life of the queen of soul aretha franklin from her early days singing in her father's church choir to her journey to find her voice in the midst of the turbulent social and political landscape of nine hundred sixty s america to becoming a legendary international musical superstar in addition to respect ms thomas other direct royal credits. Include episodes of dolly. Parton heartstrings mrs fletcher jessica jones. The walking dead insecure diet land and queens schober following recent screening of the film at the dj theater in new york. Ms thomas spoke of fellow. Director rod blank about filming respect. Listen on their spoiler Conversation liza congratulations. Thank you thank you. I'm saying that as your sister of cinema your former flatmate former golden girl So so thrilled for you and what's to come on this. What a way to begin a career as a film director. And so i guess my first question to you is like what does it feel like being on this side of things now that the film is done and out into the world how do you where are you inside. I feel more tired than i've ever felt in my life. I didn't know that doing the press would be more tiring than actually shooting the film. No one told me that

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"mrs fletcher" Discussed on It's Been a Minute with Sam Sanders

It's Been a Minute with Sam Sanders

07:29 min | 5 months ago

"mrs fletcher" Discussed on It's Been a Minute with Sam Sanders

"Npr sam sanders and today and bringing back one of my favorite interviews on this show ever. I love it because it's a low weird. I spoke with the one and only kathryn hahn back in twenty nineteen and in the years since the chat she has entered what some have called the. Hana san's she. Starred the hbo series mrs fletcher and she joined the marvel cinematic universe in one division and for that performance she just received an emmy nominee. Also that line is going to be in the sequel to one of my favorite films of last year's knives out to i cannot wait all right so in this chat we talk about her work in film called private life as this movie about a couple trying and failing to have a child but we also go really deep on birth in general in his chat and trust me. You wanna hear it also talk about political life versus work life. Our mutual love for obscure christian children's music. All that and more with captain han. I just love his jet. All enjoy it. I'm researching you getting ready for the interview. And i find out that we have a thing in common a very strange weird thing. In common we have both played in our youth salty. The singing psalm book. I'm gonna personally hysterical tears right now. Because i was under the impression all these years at that was written strictly for saying as elementaries. Ma'am i've played it at. Saint james catholic school in sa- geen texas. What are you talking about yes. I have never met a salty. P. s. a. l. t. y. As a lt one one did your costume. It was definitely homemade by the school. Moms like you were in a big bible. You're like wearing a big bible. Cardboard box a cardboard box. Do you remember the song. But i mean i am a recovering catholic. Like i don't remember everyone israeli i. I was raised in a catholic school. Yes because it was like good cheap private exactly and the some. My mother went to catholic school because they would take the black kids total. Yes when when the public schools would not texas. She was from From birmingham so the whole family went to catholic school in birmingham alabama. It's catholic school. And i went to catholic school because she loved it so much growing up so good experience by jesuits no wish the cool ones no. We had nuns. Actually i like the nuns better than the get stuff done. The nuns gets out kind of bad assets. They're good educators and pretty progressive. Yeah actually take no guff to segue into your work so you started out doing place that not that. That's not my work that is that is that is the fun they give you. The lifetime. Achievement oscar going to be a clip of chelsea and slow motion on that dog. And then just pan. Yes i started. I did actually fall in love early early early early. It was like around that time and it was around in in cleveland. There was a there. Was the cleveland play house. Which was like the sacred most holy space for me more so no fence than the catholic church. I loved the bubble the holy bubble that it created like when when it was like me and a bunch of scrappy actors all barefoot with our longs toenails just like making something out of nothing. There was like a holiness in it then and a safety. Especially because i always like so many of us are just like never felt like i was in my skin. I always felt like. I was like kind of not sure who my true self was and i was always trying on something on the outside like we all do and Yeah and so. I did theater. They're all through elementary school. And i was like that was stuck with. Yeah do you find the same holiness and community doing tv and film. It has taken a second. It's easier to find in the theater. I think because of a lot of factors i think. Because of the the idea of ensemble. I love backstage. It pisses me off to such a profound degree with an actor. Doesn't pick up their clothes hang. It doesn't respect their costumes. I doesn't respect their promises and respect the crew doesn't respect that we're all that doesn't respect the you don't have any of this without craft services. No costumes people are their hours before you are and stay hours after you leave. I just don't understand. How like real true empathy building work can happen when it doesn't happen in that within the world you're making it so be later has more of that community than like but in my imagine from crews be like the big name actor comes in and then leaves and it's like no connection yes a lot of it and that's why i think i felt so disheartened when i first came out to when i first started getting work in this medium i guess out here it was like there was a weird divorce between the work is being asked to do on camera in the work that i wanted to be able to do How'd you deal with that. I don't know if it's like it's just there's a dissatisfied. I was dissatisfied for awhile. I don't know exactly what it was. But it took a second for me to realize that i could marry the two that i didn't have to pretend to be something. I wasn't for this weird. This word place isn't it is that i would try to fit. It was like i was doing two different jobs. I was trying to like not just do my work. I was trying to like do what i thought they were supposed to be. So so the be yourself and then at the same time yeah which is too much too much but it feels like with private life especially that what you want your work to be in what you work is kinda come together now. This feels very much hearing you talk about the movie and hearing you're to me just now. This seems like art and work that is closer to your vision of what you want to create a b. than some of the stuff before. Oh i yeah for sure. I mean there's been some projects before to that. I would say like kind of paved it but yeah this for sure. The experience of it the ease of it the chemistry the yeah the everything of it was just like for sure and tamara's voice also gender. She wrote and directed it. Yeah and paul giamati. Who's like still it's so strange. Just i'm recently for the first time in a while and it's so strange to talk about this movie without him or the experience of it without him. Because i really and truly like. Don't remember much of what. It's hard for me to remember much of what i did. I just remember like his face. Like i just was so. We were so clued into each other movies. A two yard. Yeah we'd be rarely see either of us in a close up. It's like usually were in to shot. Which is a really rare. I love those good. We should say for those who haven't watched it this movie private life. You're playing this couple in their forties trying to conceive but there are complications. Yeah and like. It's funny in talking about this movie with other people preparing for this interview. I realize as someone who is not gonna have kids right now yes single as hell and back care of a doll.

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"mrs fletcher" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:37 min | 8 months ago

"mrs fletcher" Discussed on KOMO

"In Tulsa, Oklahoma, are celebrating those still living among them who survived the 20 the 1921 Race Massacre Memorial March. This historical event, it's been able to see Mrs Fletcher and all those other words that was a part of this race Master and on Look, er Raymond Beard says. It's about respect this. Celebration. This is an event of it. No one can pass over driven through Tulsa on a horse drawn carriage 107 year old Viola Fletcher, 100 year old brother Hughes, Uncle Red Van Ellis and 106 year old lessee Bedingfield Randall as Children. They saw the white riot and fire destroying Black Wall Street in Tulsa. Chuck's Iverson ABC News. This is ABC News. And this is gonna news 1000 FM 97 7. We check your traffic every 10 minutes on the force an important day to do so. On this holiday weekend, Evan Smith is in the Dubin Law Group Traffic Center. Some good news in Seattle. We're clear on I five heading south bound in near Union Street of pressure is blocking the Wrights Lane. There is still a bit of slowing in the immediate area. Right behind that North bound five still block just around the west side of the bridge area collision there Taking up the Wrights Lane was slowing back to about Albert. Place from their heavy hesitation on South Bound. Five from highway 18 through to the five curve area. Slow on south five. As well from Lakewood to the lacy area, and we're seeing hesitation or found fives make away from the Boeing Freeway up into Marysville are next camel traffic Is it to 14? Karen's on has our Memorial Day weekend forecast sunshine throughout the afternoon high stay upper sixties to lower seventies will keep the sunshine going.

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"mrs fletcher" Discussed on Power 106 FM

Power 106 FM

01:34 min | 1 year ago

"mrs fletcher" Discussed on Power 106 FM

"Way Mrs Fletcher ever need each other. So black everything. Black car, black car, black everything. And I just black first run in with a kid movement. If you boys really breaking down, Mrs I'll explain later. But for now, let me get back to this paper. I'm a couple bands down and trying to kid back game doesn't put my loss of 55 stacks. I'm talking five comma six, several sacks, several ships back to run the circus around. That squid up love Hanson Dam, But it's nothing a breakdown so I don't care. I keep going. I can call it a jester back to lease with mouth almost battle give itself It's crazy. You could go from being so blow to everybody on you know, above my whole family whips. No vote BOS Next time I'm in church, please. No photos. Police escort Everybody passports. Just the life that everybody asked for this the.

"mrs fletcher" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

01:46 min | 1 year ago

"mrs fletcher" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"Laurie, When you start watching this, you're gonna Yeah, I will start watching. I'm going to need another week before I do that, though. Yeah. Fickle. Well, Casey, like that shows it like a show. The guys like her not so much. You know what I mean? Yeah, I think that might be a solo experience. Yeah, I did, too. Yeah, It's kind of like that once. It's a female experience, I think Well, not really. No. That show with you know Jessica Hahn con or what was her name or Catherine? Catherine Fletcher. Mrs Fletcher. Friends are loving now That show is so great Now that you're a sexy show. Oh, yes. Casey Every time he walked by if I was watching that going, Savita, why didn't I watch the show with you again? I go. Yeah, great. Told me I was about to feelings and look it. It's nothing but sex. I everybody have a good night. Think Sally job done? Hey, it's Jason for Hughes Dental and I'm so excited to share with you. The doctor Amy and her staff are back to doing what they love and have re opened and due to the current environment Put into place additional guidelines to ensure the safety of their patients and their team. You've heard me talk about huge dental being a boutique dental office and that couldn't be more important right now. Unlike many other general offices, their priority is their patients and believe in quality over quantity, and currently, they are not allowing more than one patient in the clinic at a time. Dr Amy and her team have taken the advice of the CDC and have gone even above those recommendations. For example, masks need to be worn by all patients upon entering the office record temperature of every patient upon entering the office, and they'll also be recording the temperature and lung efficiency off every team member each day. As I've said before, Dr Amy and her staff and he was gentle,.

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"mrs fletcher" Discussed on The Nix

The Nix

03:06 min | 1 year ago

"mrs fletcher" Discussed on The Nix

"From. Zoo Album women in music part three down. Scrape song a lot. It should remain topic. Let's do it. Okay. Disclosure is the new netflix documentary about Trans representations covering the history of TV and movies. Way Back silent films to you know, pose. We love and talked about here. It is co produced by Laverne Cox. It is directed by didn't write this down Sam somebody I'm terrible person who is a Trans Director it stars. In many interviews, people like Alexander, billingsley which Hausky Elliott Fletcher, and also laverne Cox is Jan Richards. John Richards. I felt like she owned this movie man. Sorry she was so great. What did you score? Really liked this movie. The. Documentary movie film whatever you WANNA call it. Specifically I know I just gave away my my big takeaway here. But Jen Richards who was in one of my favorite properties of last year Mrs Fletcher and Played The writing teacher. Man she said so many really wonderful things I am going to. tweet out a bit of film, Ni- watches with Parker that. When she was talking about. Why. It is important for Trans Actors to play Trans Roles because when sis males played them in. Sort of. Perpetuates. Violence and aggression against Trans People. It nailed. Exactly. Parker's what he's been trying to articulate and what I've been trying to hear and share with other people for so long about Trans, roles for Trans Actors and different reasons besides just the playing field is level and. She is just so brilliant and wonderful and look everybody in this movie when they talked had something very interesting to say but I just thought Jen Richards was. A voice that I haven't heard a lot from and I really loved hearing her really really thoughtful and insightful insights into. Why these things are important and slightly different takes on. Hey, have you thought about it this way? and. When she talked about I, know we will get to it. But when she talked about silence of the lambs the way that she talked about it was coming out to one of her friends and own and he said, Oh, like Buffalo Bill. To her. You're trans person like Buffalo Bill, like a serial killer like a murderer because that was the only thing he had to compare it to and it didn't occur to him to pull that thought back and this is something that she liked jet..

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"mrs fletcher" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

03:08 min | 2 years ago

"mrs fletcher" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"Yeah yeah thank you yeah check our reception yeah we have no that is still and keep people still use that do you want to come over last week's and showed love that you haven't dated at all in this decade and you know that I do know is that given person everyone eighteen to like thirty four they still use it sometimes it's easier to say that because it doesn't always look as good on a tax to say come over some late night booty call our I'm really you know what I mean sometimes the pretense of Netflix in chilling takes the edge off how anyone could move your hands girl that's okay you know maybe that's how the older folks are doing which you would know that but I don't want a lot I'm a little and I know he yeah it's your I'm just like you do I do I read urinal of yeah I many things I am more in tune to young peoples wear condoms I mean the faith based saying be in a in a quality in oral sex it's going on I know too much Julia can't keep going all right Turkey's are popping up in porn videos to highlight erectile dysfunction why why the Turkey is funny worry because it was it was it was launched by an online doctor's server and with the research revealed that cases of a wrecked tile dysfunction are seventy six percent higher in guys watch porn compared to those who don't because watching porn on a heavy regular basis has a negative impact so you get any on erection when it comes to real life that's gross and it gives the scare people yeah scare people seventeen percent of people are men of all a it gives you an unrealistic view of session this is something that you see like in television shows like Mrs Fletcher the show on HBO okay there's the the high school or car the college boys there's really that bad heavy due to a duty porn guys are very clueless when it comes to real young women Lewis I'm thinking of one scene in particular without a clue as and in the end because weren't always it never it always shows women in being said Mr yeah you know the sex right my band that's gearing say no jury is so anyway report is doing I mean you know you asked me yeah sexual information.

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"mrs fletcher" Discussed on Parenting Roundabout

Parenting Roundabout

06:12 min | 2 years ago

"mrs fletcher" Discussed on Parenting Roundabout

"We're taking a break from talking and complaining obsessing and instead shouting out things other people are doing. I think you'll find is useful or enjoyable as we do. We call this our roundabout roundup Catherine would you have this week. Well like I said to you before for this is quite boring impractical. But if you don't have one of those apples lasers where you center it over the core of the apple impressed down and it takes out the core and you get a whole you get all the Nice Apple Wedges It is this like one of the things that US so I look at where Russian ending that item. You are not gonNA give us a tip as to what to do. If we don't have that you're actually recommending the UNI to buy it if you have it you get one for like ten dollars L. Earth and it is highly useful. Can you can use it on pairs. Just have to be apple. Is You sit on. I'm furious other fruit. Suppose you could even use it. Maybe could use it on potatoes to to make potato which is about today Dana wages plus one big column of Circle So anyway it is super small little thing but you know how sometimes sometimes just little things back your life easier are so valuable and that is one of those things I I want one now that you mentioned ah I got myself a struggle rate holler this this year. Just because I hadn't two dollars left over at the end of a given sorry I wanted to spend it and I got all sorts of grief from my family about it about how ridiculous it was to have such an item but you know what I enjoy using that and I believe I would get the same amount of grief for the apple slicer but I shall not care. Yeah I that would be very handy. Because it's such a pain to cut the apple APP to cut the car out in to cut it into the slices with a knife and known Dan. I modern conveniences. They might find themselves using it even they they would have fun. No no on principle it would refute a principal would not on on principle. They would just mock me but they say you cannot have any peace streit no apple for for you for me. That sounds very cool. Thank you for recommended that and I do not find to be boring at all. Not Quite delightful and useful. Want Nicole do you have something delightful unuseful mine might be a little bit too delightful. It's a little risque I'm recommending a new series on HBO. And it's called. Mrs Fletcher It definitely has a R. rated scenes in it and has content. That might not sit well with everybody but I really enjoyed it. It and I think it's a very modern day Realistic Look at Parenting and what it's like to. Oh you know have your child leave home and be an empty Nester and how you have to figure out ways to create a new life for yourself. So it's essentially about a a divorced mom who has a College Age Son Wealth is he graduated from high school the beginning of the series than went away to college and then of course the story follows lows her in her quest to find this new life for herself and she discovers a lot of new things about herself including her sexuality and You know her friendships friendships and stuff like that. While her son has his own experiences at college so it kind of it was it was interesting to watch. It was kind of refreshing. Because it doesn't sugarcoat stuff off and You know like she wasn't expected to sit there and make PINTEREST projects you know like she did something something that some people would consider doing. So anyway Yeah so just like a little warning there ahead of time that it's not for everybody uh-huh it definitely is A very Interesting look at Yeah Lucie actively search did you say that earlier Katherine Katherine hand or Hong Kong. Yes who we know from Markson wreck was yes. I love her love her. She's he's such a great actress Yes for facial expressions are everything. She would be fun doing that. I can see that yet. Yep So and that's my recommendation recommendation. Okay I am going to recommend yet another podcast if your New Year's resolution is not I am going to get my podcast queue in in order and cut out these these dozens of podcasts. I listened to every week but I need me some more podcasts. Here's one you might want to add. It's called movie. Mike exclusively podcast in it's hosted by a guy who was a writer and producer on the bobby bones show and also helps out on bobby. Cast they call him Mike D and he's just a young enthusiastic guy who knows a lot about movies is very good at researching things and finally clips of things and he's just going to be talking about general movie topics and reviews civic movies. His first episode he listed the I believe the top ten and highest paying movie roles which was very interesting. Oh my goodness do some of these things and you would not necessarily expect the ones that were the highest. And then he gave a review of a movie and it was. It was a very fun. podcast he's a very likable enthusiastic guy. And I'm looking forward to listening to more of it to just started seeping getting on the ground floor of it right. Well thank you. That's it for another week of parenting roundabout. If you missed any of our earlier episodes this week look look them up on Speaker Apple podcasts. Or wherever you get your podcasts to hear what we have to say about kids.

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"mrs fletcher" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

11:40 min | 2 years ago

"mrs fletcher" Discussed on KQED Radio

"I'm David Bianculli editor of the website T. V. worth watching sitting in for Terry gross days first guest is author Tom Perrotta whose recent novel Mrs Fletcher is being dramatized this Sunday is a new HBO miniseries Kathryn Hahn stars in the title role Mrs Fletcher both the HBO series and the novel urban major life transitions and the sexual transitions that accompany them when the novel begins eve a forty six year old divorced single mother is saying goodbye to her son Brandon who is leaving for college Brandon expects college to be a big beer and pizza party with plenty of girls he's I'm prepared for the way he'll be called out for his sexist behavior while he has been worried about the influence of porn on how our son treats young women she finds herself turning to porn and is surprised by how much she starts to like Tom Prada spoke to Terry gross in twenty seventeen when Mrs Fletcher was first published note to parents although they talk a little about how the main character becomes drawn to porn they don't talk explicitly about the porn she watches temporada welcome back to fresh air I want to ask you to start by reading from the very beginning of Mrs Fletcher it was a long drive and eve cried most of the way home because the big day hadn't gone the way she'd hoped not the big days ever did birthdays holidays weddings graduations funerals they were all too loaded with expectations and the important people in her life rarely acted the way they were supposed to most of them didn't even seem to be working from the same script as she was the maybe that says more about the important people in her life than it did about big days in general take today all she wanted from the moment she opened her eyes in the morning was a chance to let Brandon know what was in her heart to express all the love that had been building up over the summer swelling to the point where she sometimes thought her chest would explode it just seemed really important to say it out loud before he left to share all the gratitude and pride she felt not just for the wonderful person he was right now the for the sweet little boy he'd been and the strong and decent man he would one day become and she wanted to reassure him too make it clear that she would be starting a new life just the same as he was in that it would be a great adventure for both of them don't worry about me she wanted to tell him you just study hard and have fun I'll take care of myself but that conversation never happened Brandon had overslept he'd been out late partying with his buddies and when he finally drag himself out of bed he was useless hung over to help with the last minute packing for the loading in the van it was just so irresponsible leaving her with a bad back to let his boxes and suitcases down the stairs in the sticky August heat sweating through her good sure well he sat in his boxers at the kitchen table struggling with the childproof cap on the bottle of ibuprofen but she managed to keep her irritation in check she didn't want to spoil their last morning together with petty nagging even if he deserved it going out on a sour note would have been a disservice to both of them that's temporada reading from his new novel Mrs Fletcher so I love that you have these two parallel transitions mothers transition the single mothers transition when her son is leaving for college and his transition when he is the one who is leaving and there's so many points in this book where I think he's being so oblivious to her needs in I thought back to you myself when I left for college I was thinking about my parents needs I didn't ask them how do you feel now that I'm leaving home it never would have occurred to me no you think use in there alright as there's stories are set and you're the one who's on the adventure exactly and that's part of the point of your book the mother story is not set like she's questioning who she is she suspects questioning her sexual orientation just questioning what kind of life she wants to have her she should check up her life so what got you thinking about these two parallel transitions the mothers and the sounds and how you could kind of join them together well the first part of it is I think that I've been kind of tracking my own life in in my fiction so in my kids were little and on the playground I wrote little children based on those experiences and when they were playing sports in junior high and high school that gave me some of the raw material for the absence teacher and the most recent era of my life has been this transition to the empty nest into this post parental moment of reflection like okay this huge project of raising kids is is over what is my life look like now what you know what is my wife what is her life look like as well but I I never really right straight autobiography and it seems like a much more poignant thing to reflect on what it would be like for a woman whose son was the other person in her family she really is alone when when he goes to school the empty nest really is empty for her another thing that really sets off the story it's on the day that she's about to drive him to college for his first day there the girlfriend who her son is broken up with comes over for a visit so the mother eve goes out to get gas before driving him to college when she returns she hears that they're engaged in a sexual act and he's giving her her son is giving his girlfriend really his ex girlfriend these crude sexual commands about what to do to him calling her the V. were an eva is just like a palm like she isn't an enlightened woman think she she hates this language she hates everything it stands for and she doesn't know how to have that conversation with him and certainly doesn't want to have it with him on the day that their party that he's going to college but she wants him to begin college with the understanding that there's a difference between sexual relationships and really what real life and the soul listen counter he presumably watches on the internet so what made you think about that does that come out of your life to of morning to make sure that your children weren't learning rude condescending ways of speaking to their boyfriend or girlfriend from other learning it from friends from television from porn whatever what I just think it's a really interesting and peculiar moment in American culture because on the one hand there is this kind of crudeness in the way that that we talk on the other hand there's this conflicting urge to to really police the way there that we speak and so you see it with near the B. word as you said so it's it's very common to hear women laughingly referred to their friends with with that word but then there's a sense that you know a guy should never say it to a woman and and you might say well that's a clear rule but it's also a confusing role I think it's a shock for eve the here sign use this word in in a sexual context and I think she immediately thanks that he learned it from porn where because he certainly wouldn't have anybody modeling that kind of language for him in real life so you know she's assuming her son watches porn and then once he's out of the house she starts watching a lot of porn would you describe the kind of porn she's especially interested in yeah what she receives an anonymous tax that applies a certain label to her which which you and I have agreed to Sayre she's a sexy mom a mom who is sexually desirable people know the acronym and she's offended by it and it's a it's a dirty text but that same time she realizes she's not really sure about what the term means and she goes to look it up that way the way we do and she realizes that it's not quite the old Mrs Robinson stereo type it's it's a more neutral and possibly even complimentary terms suggesting that you may be older you may be a mom but you're still desirable in the course of doing this she's led to a website that basically consists of ordinary women in their thirties and forties yes sending in or their husbands or their partners sending in videos of them engage in sex it's highly amateur and it's just about people saying Hey this is me here you can get a glimpse into my into my bedroom and she surprised to find herself watching lesbian porn yes you know she she samples the menu which is which is vast and in a certain point she settles on this lesbian porn as you know she never thought of herself in this way but this porn turns around and I think it leads her to censor their sexual possibilities in her world that she has investigated yet in in the sexy mother category of lesbian porn you describe it as often beginning with a reluctant woman grumbling washing dishes are mopping the floor when the doorbell rings and then a more confident woman arise with a bottle of wine and a bit of exposed cleavage and then the action begins did you watch a lot of this before writing the novel I watched enough to write an awful yeah I did and it was it was really interesting because you know if you we'll have different responses to the porn obviously and some of it is disturbing and some of it is just too much but I did find that I was especially interested by this category of porn that involves a kind of a seduction because I think very different from what you had stereotypical male for in that which is sometimes just launch right in you know nobody wants any talking but but there was this sense that you know and I guess maybe this is the definition of a certain kind of female friendly porn that that it was about two people connecting and about it was about seduction actually very clearly then in contrasting that with her son he grows up in a boy culture were date rape doesn't seem like it's necessarily wrong to the boys and if you're a guy who tries to intervene and stop date sexual harassment or date rape you're gonna be bullied for it and it makes it very confusing for the boys I think and I'd like to know what you're thinking about when you're writing this character who is kind of subscribing to that kind of behavior in language and not really understanding what's wrong with it even though he grows up in a family that wouldn't tolerate that kind of behavior and he would say that it was wrong if you asked him about it and and I do think that that I was really interested in the fact that we talk way more about consent then we did when I was in college when we were colored by the way I graduated in nineteen eighty three and and you know I think there's a whole body of knowledge of you know or just in the category of.

"mrs fletcher" Discussed on KUGN 590 AM

KUGN 590 AM

04:01 min | 2 years ago

"mrs fletcher" Discussed on KUGN 590 AM

"Few years ago in Arkansas to accept that person survived and this guy made it long enough to call his family so they could alert you know the emergency services and they took him to the hospital but he was sixty six and so we didn't make as many or died but but yeah it's interesting they say that you you should wait at least a half an hour before going to check on the deer to make sure that it's actually dead what do you do in the house what do you do in the woods for a half an hour between then I don't remember this channel your thoughts I guess yeah I don't know anything about hunting so many which is surprising hi so that's the here sports reporter read and then usual as often is the case here so it's time for a television report the story of chip and Joanna gains have a new show on a new network this is the the documentaries where they call a docu stories docu series whatever it is home on the road so who are these people as someone more qualified I watch any these home improvement shows because I get all the home is that all of them yeah they're they're a redo houses or what yeah they have the their show was fixer upper it was the date set all the records for the HD TV network it was the most popular show and they have a line at target they have a line of home goods they they have they're everywhere the end you can't get if you're if you've ever seen any D. I. Y. stuff you can't get away from chip and Joanna gains so yes so much so that now they have their own network they actually aren't they change that discovery change the name of the D. I. Y. network it's now magnolia which is the brand that chip and Joanna gains have and so it's now called the magnolia network so they're gonna be programming all these new shows they're gonna have fixer upper reruns on there check shipping Joanne are gonna be doing new things and then this new show was the first one home on the road and I don't know who the who these who this couple is Abner and Amanda Ramirez there apparently singer song writers who travel around and play gigs and chart and bring their kids with them so it's kind of a travel show I got it all right so that's pretty exciting if you're into that sort of thing you know I never knew who those where we talked about those people who are losing their show the husband wife the guy's gay or it seems like it is with that chrisley knows best that's it seems like he's gay yeah yeah I guess non gay guy ever every time I turn on the TV that damn shows on I'm trying to figure out why it's everywhere and I never even never heard of them before we started talking about him never I I I can't watch it because he's just impossible your soulmates maybe yeah hi Jennifer what's on tonight beside the C. B. S. S. specials on not specials but the regular Friday night lineup well Halloween is coming early tonight so magnum PI Hawaii five O. American housewife and fresh off the boat all have Helloween episodes tonight to get you in the spirit and if Halloween is not your generated skip right through Christmas apparently it yesterday was a big day for both hallmark and lifetime there twenty four seven at Christmas movies and they started all around you have a new yeah it's one oh four seven so you need something I tell you what yeah yesterday member yeah I said it wouldn't be long before Christmas will see in the next few days will be stationed starting to change radio stations person you watch well it started so you can check it out if you want to tune in to some of those lifetime movies are hallmark movies this weekend is the time to do it the monster is by the way on Sunday will be doing a thirteen hour marathon on Cozi TV if you want to get back in the mood to to get into Halloween on Sunday night HBO has a new series called Mrs Fletcher that's getting some a critical acclaim it's about a single mom at searching for self fulfillment on the internet after her son leaves for college this one starts at ten thirty PM on HBO and of course baseball fans it's a baseball weekend tonight Saturday and if needed Sunday all on fox and check out those nascent Astros all right stand for the hour here in the DJB programs.

"mrs fletcher" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:33 min | 2 years ago

"mrs fletcher" Discussed on KQED Radio

"For sure what was so interesting a radical about and I think why I I also love the high priest and flea bag so much which I feel so bad he keeps being called the high priest but is that I I think there is also there's always something really interesting or kind of radical about seeing a person a holy person or religious persons like brought down to earth are seeing them in all of their humanity and and I. N. with all their foibles and I I think that was so that was what was so interesting about Raquel to me and so the two so crazily relayed a ball radical Burkett talked with me about how people have a hard time relating to you as a as a religious person a religious figure because you're so somewhat so untouchable and yet you're just the person who gets mad at people and gets pissed at people and you know gets jealous has all the feelings and so that's really interesting really fun part to play really hard part to play and boy did I love playing with data plus he's just so terrific NY is plays the sibling yes we had a relationship with my guess is Kathryn Hahn she stars in the new HBO series Mrs Fletcher which begin Sunday night we'll talk more after a break and jazz critic Kevin white head will review a new album featuring Dave Holland Chris potter.

"mrs fletcher" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:38 min | 2 years ago

"mrs fletcher" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Gross with fresh air today Kathryn Hahn she is known for her roles in transparent parks and recreation and bad moms some of her best known roles have come in her late thirties and forties dealing with issues like fertility and parenting she stars in the new HBO series Mrs Fletcher which premieres Sunday she plays a divorced mother of a teenage son the night before he leaves home for his first year of college he ignores her and parties with his friends I'm so used to being read by him but it's like come on tonight there last night kids are so cruel also jazz critic Kevin white had reviews a new album featuring Dave Holland Chris potter an Indian percussionist as a care Hussein live from NPR news in Washington I'm Lakshmi saying the wind driven wildfire is tearing through the hills above northern California's wine country Raquel Maria Dillon of member station KQED reports more than a thousand people have fled their homes around the tiny town of geyser ville they can Cade fire broke out near an area where Pacific gas and electric shut off power Wednesday in anticipation of high winds and dry conditions the area was hit hard by the fire storms of two thousand seventeen Paul Lowenthal assistant fire marshal in Santa Rosa which is more than twenty miles away said people's nerves have been rattled that fire got extremely big really quickly and was very visible from a significant part of cinema county departments like Santa Rosa were flooded with nine one one calls even though the fire was no where near.

"mrs fletcher" Discussed on AP News

AP News

03:37 min | 2 years ago

"mrs fletcher" Discussed on AP News

"The world of play mobile toys he leads today's birthday around a bend in play mobile the movie the voice the secret agent character rex dasher over the last several months a number of citizens vanished into thin air do you think it's the same people who took my brother I'm one hundred the movies out in November he's thirty today Catherine Hahnel starring Mrs Fletcher a new HBO series about a mom who make some life changes after her son goes away to college a girl anymore she's forty six and woody Harrelson who will show up in a zombie land sequel later this year play the iconic Archie bunker on ABC's live all in the family revival last spring we'll get all the blow it on hello since fifty eight today and that's our birthday round up for July twenty third I'm Bob Kessler a radio I'm ready to fall lay president trump says he's not going to watch lead Russian vest to get a robber Mahler testify before Congress tomorrow maybe a little Lee says so I'm not going to be watching probably maybe I'll see a little bit of it I'm not going to be what watching Muller AB correspondent Jonathan lemaire on how the White House these Maulers upcoming testimony there's a sense among the president and his allies that Muller whose credibility despite attacks from Republicans remains hi that he could perhaps convince Americans who didn't read the report that will watch the testimony the president did something wrong moreover he could convince Democrats to on the fence about impeachment to move that way yesterday the justice department told mother his testimony should not go beyond information that's already been released publicly you don't have to worry about the government running out of money and shutting down at least for now the president and Congress are endorsing a budget agreement it calls for one point three trillion dollars an agency spending next year Porter Rico's governor is digging end saying he's already apologised and made a man's following an online chat with advisers that triggered massive protests yesterday's protests appear to have been the biggest on the island in nearly two decades protesters vow to stay in the streets until the governor resigns he says he will not but he won't run for reelection the latest protest began after online chats were leaked in which governor Ricardo were sale and some of his close aides insulted women and mocked constituents South Korea fired warning shots after a Russian military plane violated its airspace twice this morning says Seoul South Korea says it's the first time a foreign military planes violated its airspace since the end of the Korean War this is a P. radio news a new study suggests the millions of people who don't have heart disease may want to rethink taking an aspirin every day for years doctors urge people to leverage aspirins blood thinning properties to lower their chances of a first heart attack or stroke then new studies challenge that practice finding only marginal benefits for older adults at low risk of heart disease and markedly more digestive tract leading among other side effects the findings prompted a changing guidelines from the American heart association never the less the new study reported in the annals of internal medicine found that some twenty nine million people forty and older and nearly half of people over seventy who don't have heart disease about ten million we're taking daily aspirin for prevention study leader Dr Colin o'brien says they want to get the word out about the change guidelines I'm Jennifer king retired Supreme Court justice John Paul Stevens.

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"mrs fletcher" Discussed on AP News

AP News

01:48 min | 2 years ago

"mrs fletcher" Discussed on AP News

"The movie the voice the secret agent character rex dasher over the last several months a number of citizens vanished into thin air do you think it's the same people who took my brother I'm one hundred the movies out in November he's thirty today Catherine Hahnel starring Mrs Fletcher a new HBO series about a mom who make some life changes after her son goes away to college girl anymore she's forty six and woody Harrelson who will show up in a zombie land sequel later this year play the iconic Archie bunker on ABC's live all in the family revival last spring we'll get on a blow it on tell her since fifty eight today and that's our birthday round up for July twenty third I'm Bob Kessler robots will be in use the next summer's Tokyo Olympics including a field support robot which will help bring back objects like javelins and discusses the robot which looks like a card will need a human to run in front of it and load the objects Japanese automaker Toyota which is the major Olympic sponsor developed the robot and others like one that's a screen on wheels and is designed for virtual attendance it's a moving human size display designed to represent people who can't be there there's also robots in the likeness of the Olympic and Paralympic mascots with eyes that change to the images of stars and hearts the Toyota engineer in charge says there could be various possibilities such as having the mascot robot hold the Olympic torch using magnets Pakistan's prime minister met with president trump at the White House and want to self with Afghanistan starter Madani as more president has long railed.

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"mrs fletcher" Discussed on AP News

AP News

02:16 min | 2 years ago

"mrs fletcher" Discussed on AP News

"In play mobile the movie the voice the secret agent character rex dasher over the last several months a number of citizens vanished do you think of people who took my brother I'm one hundred most of the movies out in November he's thirty today Catherine Hahnel starring Mrs Fletcher a new HBO series about a mom who make some life changes after her son goes away to college girl anymore she's forty six and woody Harrelson who will show up in a zombie land sequel later this year play the iconic Archie bunker on ABC's live all in the family revival last spring we'll get on a blow it on tell her since fifty eight today and that's our birthday round up for July twenty third I'm Bob Kessler the power utility con Edison's defending its decision to shut off power to thousands of new Yorkers amid the weekend high temperatures well the mayor says it might be time to find a new power company con ed said in a statement Monday that disconnecting power was necessary to prevent longer outages accounted spokesman told the Associated Press the company remains focused on restoring power to some nineteen thousand many who are in southeastern Brooklyn earlier Monday New York mayor bill de Blasio told reporters he's lost trust in the private company and called for an investigation drop on Afghanistan and Iran NASA legend is dead I'm to McGuire within a P. news minute as tensions with the Ron increase president trump tells reporters in the oval office Iran's recent actions are making it harder for him to consider making a deal behave very badly they're saying bad things and I'll tell you it could go either way very easily Iran says it has arrested seventeen people charging them with spying for the US trump during a meeting with Pakistan's prime minister said he could quickly end the war in Afghanistan I wanted to win that war Afghanistan would be wiped off the face of the earth would be gone if they would be over in literally in ten days trump wants Pakistan's prime minister Imran Khan to use this country's influence with the Taliban to help the U. S. extricate from Afghanistan two days after the nation celebrated the fiftieth anniversary of the Apollo eleven moon mission founder of NASA's mission control Chris craft is dead at ninety five I'm timid wire AP digital news back in a moment.

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"mrs fletcher" Discussed on KIIS 102.7

KIIS 102.7

01:38 min | 3 years ago

"mrs fletcher" Discussed on KIIS 102.7

"Station one or two point seven. Mrs Fletcher with undrawn. Call you love you. Honestly this parties. Everyone has gone home. Because the first thing I do. Sammy. Gouzer still does it. Chocolate. I don't wanna face. Is it? Still does it. Chocolate..

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"mrs fletcher" Discussed on /Film Daily

/Film Daily

03:03 min | 3 years ago

"mrs fletcher" Discussed on /Film Daily

"On various exploits pursuing love sex and fame that synopsis is not thrilling to me, and I'm really dole sounding. I mean, I love Soderbergh, but I need to. I haven't even watched that show that disrupted. I so I need to know see more before I get excited about it. What the trailer, and it's appropriately very trippy in kaleidoscopic and surreal. But and has like the main character who has visions essentially of the apocalypse and believes at the end of the world is coming, but they may actually just be like drug dreams. So I don't know if it'll be anything more than just a millennial like romantic series, longline lines of girls and master of none. But with like a trip bent. But yeah, I I this one's is something that like the visuals are interesting. But I don't know if it's enough to drive more interest than just like, yeah. It's sorta Berg eggs. Executive producing guys. What about MRs Fletcher? Have you read the synopsis for this one Laos, Ben? Okay. So this comes from Tom Perrotta who did the leftovers is that how you say his name Peralta. I think so I think okay Kathryn Hahn stars in the shell. And that's like I mean, you had me at Kathryn Hahn. But these synopsis is a divorced woman jump starts her love life by adopting a sexy, new persona and discovers that her world is full of unexpected and sometimes complicated erotic possibilities. Kathryn Hahn is a national treasure. And the fact that she's going to be on a show in H B O or on on HBO this year and lick leading a show that I mean, just that alone. I feel like might be enough to get on, you know, squeak into this list. But I don't know. I wanna see what you guys think on on over most things on this list. Yeah. I second that Kathryn Hahn in an HBO show has my vote. So yes, let's put that on the list. See my my only worry about this is Tom Pereda was awesome with left. This is based on a book of his, but he doesn't have someone like demon Lindelof alongside him this time around that. That's the only thing that kinda worries me about this. But all he needed to learn Peter learn from David masterclass. Yeah. I think MRs Fleischer is the dark horse Russian to do whatever last lots guys. That sounds really good. Okay. So we have to slots left. What are we passionate about here? We've talked about umbrella academy which pier nine four, but people seem shaky I think we can all right off now pockets, his nobody was really would commit to that HT. Can you be favor and pull up a city on a hill and tell us about that RIC? All right Sadie on a hill. So city on a hill is Showtime series created by Chuck mclain and executive produced by Ben Affleck and not Damon is stars Kevin bacon. An eldest Hodge in a show set in the early nineteen nineties Boston rife with violent criminals emboldened by local law enforcement agencies in which corruption racism was the norm in this fictional account. Assistant district attorney decor see ward played by Hodge arrives. From brooklyn. Informs an unlikely alliance with a corrupt yet. Venerated FBI veteran. Jackie roar.

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