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"norma desmond" Discussed on So it's a show?: keeping up with the Gilmore Girls
"norma desmond" Discussed on So it's a show?: keeping up with the Gilmore Girls
"Who is trying to be in a talkie and now she was this movie also wasn fact. Gloria swanson's comeback. Much like much. Like norma desmond was trying to get her big comeback with her terrible film. This was actually swanson's comeback. It got her first golden globe win in her twenty something years of acting lots of connections but i listened to an interview with her. And it's with of course barbara walters and and she was ninety five at the time she was active up an atom hennelly. Very white But she did talk about you. Know the award. But also other effects from her playing the role of norma desmond. People are terrified of may because of that road lot of people. Look at as if i'm gonna go off anymore. Suddenly tokyo mac not not voice and that is at all not. There's no. i don't know anyone like that in california. It's kinda sad that people were scared of her because of that role while hopefully she could take it as a compliment meaning. She was a very good actress. Who had played a very convincing role. Go there we go. That can always happen to actors and actresses in different roles that they take on it can become their role ever. I mean that certainly happens like in dome series like harry potter over. Sure the hunger games they become that character only so it can be hard to to break out of that but this is at the end of her career so it's just kind of a way to remember her the end Some other people in this movie were played almost themselves course. The played himself but the bridge partners that she People that she played bridge with in the movie. We're actually other silent film stars in real life. They were in the movie but they were also in real life so again. It's these people who are have become little outdated obsolete if they can't transition into speaking in film whereas some of the actors who are in there. I know one of them. He went onto play in lots of movies as a probably in buster can move. I'm guessing but some of the people. Yeah they played themselves and in reality they were no longer no longer film stars. So it's kinda sad and kind of surprising that they took it on but you know luck there it could have always changed afterward but kind of interesting there that people were kind of playing themselves or at least their state in life will in. Did you know that will be demille helped. Make gloria swanson famous. Oh yes yeah. They worked on movies together in nineteen nineteen actually like that early on and which she goes to visit him in this movie. She wears a peacock feather in her hat. Which isn't oh my gosh to a movie. They made together decades earlier called male and female which i thought was really money. Yeah and also their nicknames for each other were the rare real life nickname. Remind me those. Mr demille which not that that's nickname. But that's what she always call him and then his or her was like young young lady or young young fellow young fellow while and he's not the only director in this movie that she had worked within the silent era. Did you realize that will know eric. Von stroheim who played max really was a director and he had directed glorious swanson in a movie called queen kelly however it also did not end well in real life no so this movie called queen. Kelly may in nineteen twenty nine. The original director was gone. Stroheim max but she fired him a third of the way through the movie because he was spending way too much money and then they went on to play these parts together Wow and the movie that she watches with. William holden is footage from queen. Kelly and all those old pictures of her are real old pictures of her. There's a lot of overlap. Between what is what is fiction and one is reality. The lions real blurred. Yeah this movie. It knows what's up getting to real still under full isn't it and no dialer. We didn't need to add on. We had pasted suggests daily faces like that ending. Or maybe one garbo idiot produced those stills and got in the is have forgotten what a star looks like. I told i know that scene where they watch a movie. She has this beautiful in home movie theaters she never has sleepers house which is great. If you're in denial about the rest of the world but it really was in a twenty five room mansion actually um wilshire boulevard. not sunset boulevard. Amman i know and they had to make some major refurbishments to this house to make it fit for the movie so they added the swimming pool which is a pretty big expense but they also did a huge redecoration inside to make it look as green does it does in the movie. You cannot see this house today. It had been nicknamed the phantom house because it remained empty for many years. Even though it was owned by j paul getty who you might know as the namesake of the getty museum in l. a. but it was destroyed in nineteen fifty seven on purpose. It sounds like it much like xanadu. However you know what this made me think of as we watch this movie and i was reading about. This house grey gardens refusing to acknowledge what's going on in the world staying inside her house and just not paying attention to the rest of the world getting lost in the past time and living in this really ridiculous twenty five room mansion. Yeah yeah that looks on occupied yoon emotionally manipulating someone to stay in the house. Yes wow very similar. Yeah don't do it. don't do it. Gloria or.
"norma desmond" Discussed on So it's a show?: keeping up with the Gilmore Girls
"Every time she sees sports. Yeah i don't buy it. No so policy does this actual reference come. The reference comes when law rely is getting ready to go to new york with. Alex and sukey and jackson and rory is going to stay home for the weekend. She's planning to bring justice. Friday night dinner with just grandma end and they have a little discussion about what should be happening for the after party. So probably grabs working the logistics. Tonight i am going to study at school. That i'm going to grandma's from their justice driving straight from work and then he showed me who come here is gonna drop matthew. Well guess that makes sense. I thought although don't know what are you sure. That's the best way to do it. Yeah y well he just means. You're coming home to an empty house. that's you're doing. Yeah but it might be kinda lonely year. Did you think about staying at mom's overnight. Yeah they've got those fancy beds that don't sag. And you're guaranteed a great norma desmond style breakfast. The next morning you don't have school works out perfectly also a little background before we move on. We are skipping episode. Three thirteen dear. Emily and richard. Which is the flash back at to see. Laura like giving birth to rory in. Meanwhile in present day rory going to see jiji's birth with sherry at the hospital And we mostly skip that one because we couldn't find a great reference that would discussion. But also i don't really look at episode now. You're not a lower. i flashback. Appreciator the young worldwide is not lauraingraham. Doesn't work for me. Yeah i li- i mean. It's something different. I i watch it when it when it comes up but pretty no no strong opinions from me. Okay well but it might be relevant that this is the episode where we're clashing fact. Laura getting pregnant as a teen giving birth and now she's feeling a little anxiety thrown about her own daughter. Yeah so when she suggests that rory stays back in hangs with grandma. An has norma desmond style breakfast. What the heck did you think she meant by that. No idea did not know who norma desmond was or what kind of breakfast she serves pictured like like A chef or something like that. 'cause yeah Emily would serve a a nice breakfast. We've seen her do it before with rory when she's come over but yeah i didn't know what about you i think about the same thing. I assumed it meant a great breakfast. Because she's trying to sell us to rory We know they love good food. That's about when you left again too. Showy love do it so we're talking about the one the only the nineteen fifties classic sunset boulevard. Oh yes i we could just sing the music on our own like you know because we definitely never seen this podcast. No but the music in this movie is jury as in pretty nice pretty much everything else. In this movie i mean. Did you like this movie. I guess i should say i did good. If you like this movie. I really liked this movie Not in the same way as xanadu which front reasons. Yes which. I was like so baffled. This movie could even exist. I admired for that reason. This is just a legitimately good movie. I think yeah now. How'd you watched it before watching it for this episode. Yes funny story. I washed it a years ago on net flicks when it was. They're currently not their bummer. But the funny thing is after watching that movie. I went abacha anything. Lower lion rory referenced. Us moving on so. I google to see if it was in gilmore. Girls and i was correct. And was that since we've started this podcast or before being so it was like i like in the last two years i think so. I just remember not feeling great in line on the couch staying home all night and we watched that movie in menominee both really liked it Yeah yeah i really enjoyed it. Like i loved the narration and the style it was it was finally. I've been hating all the movies recently so glad to have a a winner. Yeah that voiceover reminds me alive. Chinatown that he'll if you guys remember we talked about china down awhile back and that was another good one. Yeah so this movie sunset boulevard. It takes place mostly on sunset boulevard. But hollywood in hollywood in general. And you hear you see the beginning. A dead man in swimming pool two shots in the back. One of the stomach a writer. Nobody and then suddenly a narrator starts takes you back six months prior and you meet a writer a nobody who looks just like the debt guide pool the ta. So you start this movie. No one where it's going. Yes now did i know. Did i recognize from the beginning that the main character in the movie was also the dead guy in the pool no admittedly. I didn't 'cause sometimes things just don't completely click. But after i think i just kind of wasn't trying to figure it out and then eventually i was like. Oh wait this. This is the guy in the pool and his face is a little distorted in the water to. So if you're not super familiar with the actor. William holden I could see how you would not recognize him. His i think the first time i watched it i went is up good. But he's a down out of his luck rider just trying to make a dumb can't catch a break. Banks of after tankers car because he owes lots of money three months rent yada yada but he doesn't keep it in the garage. It keeps it parked nearby lot. Owner doesn't ask any questions so he takes his car out for a drive but those guys happen to see him while he's out begging for work has he's not getting any work as a screenwriter and so they shoot after him blow out his tires. He pulls off the side of the road and pulls into an empty garage. What he thinks doesn't empty mansion but alas a man greets him outside a woman up the stairs and a dead monkey. She thinks he's there to bury her monkey in a casket.
"norma desmond" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1
"And grow and change. In your own way in your own life, And sometimes your relationship to these things also changes but to counter that sometimes there are things that you check in with, and they're absolutely fabulous. Like last night, I watched Sunset Boulevard, which is one of my favorite movies of all time, and I was like, Let's check in with Norma Desmond. See how she holds up. Hand and sure enough It's still incredible and it's still amazing. I love those sweet thanks for meeting on a happy note. Is there anything grand? Just if you want to put a bow on it was there anything that you've experienced? That made? You sort of re re evaluate what you originally thought about it. Well, I'm in the process of doing it right now. Lost is one of my favorite shows of all time. But I'm going back and watched the first season a couple times the first couple seasons, multiple times that I've never fully watched it twice. And I'm now into the middle of the Syriza again. And I'm finding all these inconsistent, not really inconsistencies. But just Kind of was not into the whole, like, Hey, let's they kept saying it's not purgatory. It's not purgatory, right? They kept telling you what? It wasn't what it wasn't and I just ignored because I liked it so much. And now that I go back and watch it, I'm like they completely Do the whole time. So lost is kind of sad because it's my favorite show but lost his getting there for me. All right, well, OK. When we come back, you guys work. Thanks, Bradley. No, I wanted, you know, I mean, it's something we've all experienced. And it Z, you know, even maybe just the experiencing that it isn't what you thought it was, is a valuable exercise. So for that, at least we can be thankful. Exactly. Here's something else we can be thankful for. There's a publication ship we need to catch you up on and that population ship which what's a publication ship, Holly? Population ship is a celebrity relationship. Leverage for publicity. This one involves rebel Wilson will tell you all about it when we return right here on my talk one of 71 another lorry and Julia moment you've been celebrating all.
"norma desmond" Discussed on Miss Information: A Trivia Podcast
"And new york times critic frank frank rich wrote in a negative review quote. Whether aspects of love is a musical for people is another matter. I'm sure sure there were context of that but i just love the hell out of that. When the musical closed the entire eight million dollar investment was lost which according to the new york times made it. Perhaps the greatest flop up in broadway history. Wow yes wow war so his next musical and i promise you i don't have too many to go is sunset sunset boulevard <hes> that is a musical with books and lyrics by don black and christopher hampton and it's based on billy wilder's at academy award winning nineteen fifty the same title the plot revolves around norma desmond a faded star of silent screen era living in the past and her decaying mansion on the fabled los angeles street when young screenwriter joe gillis accidentally crosses her path she sees in him an opportunity to make her return to the big screen romance and tragedy follow opening i in london in nineteen ninety-three the musical had had several long runs internationally and also enjoyed extensive tours however it has been the subject of several legal battles and ultimately lost money due to its extrordinary running costs. What's called a flop hit. Patti lupone originated the role of norma desmond in the west end with glenn close getting the role role on broadway patti lupone who initially had been promised the broadway run sued lloyd webber and received a settlement reported to be a million dollars. How does this guy have billions of dollars when he kept losing money and getting sued i know <hes> so frank rich said in his book and his book the hot seat noted that these lawsuits contributed attributed to sunset boulevard setting the record for the most money.
"norma desmond" Discussed on WCPT 820
"Stephanie Miller, I work like I drank. A monkey watching. That's you every night. Carol Burnett is because you know, as you know, my house is kind of a creepy museum. Carol burnett. Right. So she had to go by all the pictures of her. And I feel like I'm Norma Desmond in your sketch with Norma Desmond Carroll. I've just come from upstate in the monkey funeral. Downstairs past all your pictures. There's a giant photo of Carol Burnett with her two daughters next to her and you're not in the photo one behind you know, creepy creepy creepy. Listen, I I don't care. What is your vision board? Yes. Didn't work out. But that's okay. So I told her I wanted to be you it didn't work out. All right. But you know, what I'm not intimidated by comedy legends. Right. I mean, I had the the nods to ask Darrell Hammond did join sexy liberal tour, and he said, yes what right sexy liberal DC September twenty second Malcolm Nance on panel. More surprises to come Darrell Hammond joins us now. Good morning comedy legend. Wow. I like to wake up to high lesson. Good morning. Listen, we are so excited. People are so excited. You're gonna come do sexy. Liberal DC with us we've been talking about this for years, John. And I and you get to meet now knock them Nance. Everyone uses me to meet, Malcolm Nance. Well, I mean, I've watched I haven't one I've watched MSNBC sporadically this year. I always hope to see there's a few commentators. They have that. I hope to see every day, and he's one of them. Compelling speakers. Right. I've seen in a long time. Yeah. No. He's he's been ahead of everybody else. Right. He's like our Paul revere. He's he called this before the election. Yeah. You know where to begin? Yes. Yeah. I mean, you've and you've obviously you are like the foremost presidential impersonator in America. And you you personally to everybody. But there's something really distinctly not funny about Donald Trump. Now, isn't there? I don't know. I I don't know. Oh, I know what I go around the country is the play club for. I also.
"norma desmond" Discussed on WCPT 820
"I told Carol Burnett is because you know, as you know, my house is kind of a creepy museum to Carol Burnett. Right. So she had to go by all the pictures of her. And I saw. I'm Norma Desmond in your sketch. Norma desmond. Hello, carol. I've just come from upstairs and the monkey funeral. Downstairs past all your pictures. There's a giant photo of Carol Burnett with her two daughters next to her and you're in the photo behind you know, creepy creepy creepy. Listen, I I don't care. What is your vision board? Yes. Didn't work out. But that's okay. That's what I told her. I wanted to be you it didn't work out. All right. But you know, what I'm not intimidated by comedy legends. Right. I mean, I had the chance to ask Darrell Hammond. Did join sexy liberal tour, and he said, yes what right sexy liberal DC September. Twenty second knock 'em Nansen panel. More surprises to come Darrell Hammond joins us now. Good morning comedy legend. Wow. I like to wake up to high lesson. Good morning. Listen, we are so excited. People are so excited. You're gonna come sexy. There be with us. We've been talking about this for years, John. And I and you get to meet now, Malcolm Nance, everyone uses meet meet, Malcolm Nance. Well, I mean, I've watched I haven't one I've watched MSNBC sporadically this year. I always hope to see there's a few commentators. They have that. I hope to see every day, and he's one of them. Compelling speakers..
"norma desmond" Discussed on Still Queer as Folk
"He is going to do what he takes it takes to make sure that Brian needs to see that he has the influence that he can do this that he has to do this for Ted because that's what matters to Emmett. He went up against the all-powerful, Brian. And he won we find out that. Todd's going to not go to jail, but he's gonna pay a penalty. Here. We see Melanie once again is a terrible lawyer. She did nothing at all. In this case. She just showed up in her pantsuit and bailed them out. That's it. She might as well just gone into the car ongoing law the law law. Don't we Joyce yet? I can slap you with a motherfucker of a fine. Also going to have to shut down the website forever. You do anything even remotely connected to porn again. Even buying a fucking naked greeting card. The D L slamming to the wall screen standing. Put your pants on. So I'm kind of curious how that penalty they can come into play. Like, can you really force somebody to close their business it? Yeah. It doesn't make sense unless it's a unless it's part of the deal because also they don't say anything about him having to go on like a sex offender registry or anything like that. But he has to plead guilty to these charges. Yeah. The charges were intriguing to a delinquency of a minor or something like that. So close your business pay a fine. Cea. Never comes back up again. And I do love it when they go to the basement because they're he's closing up. Shop is so sad. Watching Ted does until the whack shack. It was really sad. And I love I love that. They the Emmett rediscovers his turning bed that he had negotiated. Look. It's my revolving bid from when I was a big stuff. You still are it's the Dick's that got small. He's says the it was back when he was a big star in Ted's says oh, use your you are big star. It's the Dick's that got small marketing back to the classic line from Sunset Boulevard and Norma Desmond. Used to be in pictures used to be big. I am. Pictures that got small. And I thought this was also just a really beautiful tender moment between imminent, Ted. Where was so cute really super touching? Yes. I like really is one of the first times I really grasped onto what they mean to each other. I understood their bond, I understood their relationship, and it was it was really nice. Oh, God when heads the thing he's upset about most as they had to give up the house how he wanted to have that. Oh that one kinda got me. I loved this notion that Ted doesn't know what's next hemispheres rowing with it because his life isn't changing much Ted's life is like completely turned upside down. He has no idea what's coming next. So I I really liked the way that those two actors played out that scene. There was something else that we quickly glossed over as one Ted did his awkward. Thank you to Brian in the diner. Yes. Uh-huh. Brian ends up saying that he only did it to protect his client and Debbie. Threw him though. I'll never figure out why he does. You mean act like a total shit. It's obviously just see titties. This was a really nicely played seen. It was really short. It was really sweet. And I'll just came from glances at just the right time. That's how you know. It's a well edited in a well directed seen. So that's the end of the wax shack. No, more porn, and thus begins a much more interesting ark for Theodore Schmidt. And I always wanted to know what happened to his assistant. And he he went back to homeroom. Still queerest vote. So there were three runners in this episode. I'm going to talk about the easiest one I smell and he gets pregnant. Yep. Now, we'll talk about the second one..
"norma desmond" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1
"So really even just a little. We hate to relate to ask. But you know, we're doing it for good costs are moving on moving on. What else do we know? Well, I. Over-packed? We really did. Because as one does we wanted options, and we had a completely different idea of what we were doing here. Besides doing a little stand up on the stage, which that room is beautiful. But it was a lot of people twenty one hundred. So we've we've brought everything that sparkles. Every leopard-print thing we own every costume possible. Wigs wigs goggles. I bought a Holly glasses at my stepfather. Got free issue from the US air force for years and years and years. They're just coke bottle leopard-print shoes. Spanks push up bra lorries leopard hat. I have brought a whip. I didn't know what we were going to need this week. I know. I have a little baby weight, but I didn't get it out of my Halloween. Everything. In lorries whole thing has been what are we gonna wear Friday. Game show contestants. I'm sure. In one game. And the rest were standing in each going to do ten minutes. And I thought this is going to be a piece of cake. You know, one little match game or jeopardy or whose line is it anyway, and we'll be just dressed as glamorous game show contestants. And you know, I just had this whole I don't know where. Allusion? Oh, yeah. I knew it was watching favorites. So last night, I just decided I should put every piece of everything on income down for the group. Bradley when he took your photo. And he did tweet it out there and people have seen it. But you did look like Norma Desmond meets axl rose. I thought I really did. So well Jason's face when I came down. Oh, gosh. No seat Patterson's face, and he'd already been initiated accordingly an hour before you came down from Russ senior comedy genius upstairs. Lori and how many do you need to come up? Jason. And know you had a bell ton, and you may fashion. Okay. But then sort of a turban and then leopard glasses and the beautiful thing. I don't. But the beautiful thing about coming mistaker the state fair walking on the street, New York City. Nobody cares. No one cared. No here. Hear people of the most interesting thing put together ever and didn't.
"norma desmond" Discussed on Just a Tip with Megan Batoon
"Dot com. So all episodes for season one in season two are up there, and then we're starting to talk about season three a little bit more. Yeah. During bring out, we did a short film in the fall, and that's in like the festival circuit right now, Hannah directed it and I wrote it amazing. That was a lot of fun because that was the first time we done a project together since like the spring before when we wrapping up like two long. Yeah. So now we're just we're brainstorming for season three and we're gonna see, see where that goes. I also have like a sketch idea that I really wanna flesh out came to test, and I went to rooftop cinema club last week and saw Sunset Boulevard. And we really wanna do like a some sort of parody of that, like a modern day. Sunset Boulevard? Yeah, familiar with the. I'm not. You're not. Okay. So the the premise is this guy is just moved to Hollywood to be a writer, and he's like trying to get his break, and then he's having trouble with money and all this stuff. And there's like these loan sharks kinda chasing him, and he pulls into this really grand mansion to find that it's owned by Norma Desmond, who is this like silent movie star, who's kind of become like a hermit. And he starts like living with and working for her and things get real weird. It's very suspenseful. There's very serious, like narration and voice over the whole time. And I just think it'd be so funny to make that a modern parody. Yeah. Like old like an actress. Our age had a web series. That was a big hit like two years ago, and she's still just like living in that every day. It was like, well, my web series. Beautiful. I was gorgeous. Yeah, so we're playing. We've got some stuff cooking. Yeah, that's what's your. So you guys have met in college? Yes..
"norma desmond" Discussed on Skip and Shannon: Undisputed
"You're deal moving forward now okay maybe he wants a one year prove at deal but days you have to understand on the one year prove it deal when you go into a system that's unfamiliar with you you might be asked to play a different position going from x play z because now you used to being on the ball you got to play off the ball they might ask you to do things that you haven't done earlier in your career so you putting yourself in a bind but there's you gotta stop this crusade against the media the media is not the reason why you're not there you are your hands your inability to gain separation consistent that's what will mcclay that's getting i don't know if it's true but that's what that's what the gm said he said what he noticed on tape is that dan could not get consistent separation twenty seven so but i don't think that guy in the median but he won't take it out on me folks skill 'cause he you he you because when you throwing up the us ride where now all of a sudden you throwing him out so too and i'm getting the blowback i'm just throwing up performance this is called kill the messenger dez don't blame us blame the guy in the mirror you this whole dez bryant saga is starting to remind me of a favorite movie of mine it's an old hollywood movie about classic old hollywood call sunset boulevard is probably way before your time in which aging fading has been star name norma desmond as deluded herself into believing she still a major star and she makes a grand entrance down her staircase into an empty living room at her house and says mr demille talking about sesame i'm ready for my close up and that reminds me from norma desmond to dez bryant he thinks he's still ready for his close up like he's ready to reemerge as a big number one star receiver for somebody like calming down here what what's the what's the delay what's the problem the problem is not.
"norma desmond" Discussed on Skip and Shannon: Undisputed
"You're deal moving forward now okay maybe he wants a one year prove it deal but days you have to understand on a one year prove it deal when you go into a system that's unfamiliar with you you might be asked to play a different position yellow going from x play z because now you used to be on the ball you gotta play off the ball they might ask you to do things that you haven't done earlier in your career so you putting yourself in a bind but there's you gotta stop this crusade against the media the media is not the reason why you're not there you are your hands your inability to gain separation consistent that's what will mcclay said that's i don't know if it's true but that's what that's what the gm said he's what he noticed on tape is that dad's could not get consistent separations what he said so but i don't think that guys in the media now but he will take it out on me folks kill 'cause he you he fault you because he will you act us ride with now all of a sudden you throwing him out so too and i'm getting the blowback i'm just throwing up performance this is called kill the messenger dez don't blame us blame the guy in the mirror yeah you this whole dez bryant saga is starting to remind me of a favorite movie of mine it's an old hollywood movie about classic old hollywood call sunset boulevard is probably way before your time in which aging fading has been star name norma desmond as deluded herself into believing she still a major star and she makes a grand entrance down her staircase into an empty living room at her house and says mr hill talking about sesame i'm ready for my close up and that reminds me from norma desmond to dez bryant he thinks he's still ready for his close up like he's ready to reemerge as a big number one star receiver for somebody like calming down here what what's the what's the delay what's the problem in the problem is.
"norma desmond" Discussed on The Steve Deace Show
"Desire marlon brando classic that's a by that's absolutely one of the famous movie lines of all time sure whatever i'm ready that number nineteen i'm ready for my cluster yeah that's norma desmond that's boulevard that is it that's what number number nineteen yeah there's people over the age of sixty listening to us right now saying there's no way that's only number that's one of the great final lines and cinematic history if it so i'm going to sell because it belongs to probably that end i get by on the kindness of strangers which is vivian lees character in a streetcar named desire from gone with the wind fame i both of those should be higher actually those are two of the most famous movie lines ever so number eighteen sid for secondary actually thought you were going to eat me diego i don't eat junk food that's from ice age two thousand two i think we're tapping i think we're done here thank you number seventeen you're going lead they don't really i think we're done we ice age two is one of the top teen by temple diego i thought we were going door the explorer doing i thought we were doing the princess bride and i'm like that's the princess bride line we chose i don't know number fifteen i'm king of the world i'm i'm okay number fourteen in switzerland they had brotherly love five hundred years of democracy and peace and what did that produce the cuckoo clock from harry lime clay by orson welles and the third man i.
"norma desmond" Discussed on 710 WOR
"The president were to defy muller or to fire rosenstein or sessions done that create a bigger problem for them yeah with all these nuts all my god that'd be on the warpath and the congress will come after me including the republicans by the way the republicans want him out to they don't he's disrupting what they normally do they would love to get rid of him but i it's easy to fire rosenstein jeff sessions should be think everybody forget all of this i think everybody agrees he's not a good attorney general totally ineffective totally out to lunch rosenstein wrote the letter saying why komi should be fired now he wants to investigate why komi is fired he's very close to muller muller went for interview to be fbi director which trump rosie went with them wow get let's get back to stormy daniels so this stormy daniels systems washed up old she's like the norma desmond of porn washed up porn star she must be watching tv picking paper named front page everywhere all over.
"norma desmond" Discussed on KOA 850 AM
"Killed herself after shooting three people at youtube she actually shot people at youtube because youtube was denying her her rightful fame in the world this woman was not a child she was not a millennial she was thirty nine years old she's a gen xer she was so convinced that if not for youtube obvious censorship of her youtube channel she would have been a star she's like the norma desmond of youtube only she was never a star to begin with so she can't clean to the stardom she'd ever had she was an animal rights activist a body builder and completely back poop crazy i mean bat poop crazy her brother told reporters that she was always complaining that youtube ruined her life ruin her life i mean come on come on she didn't even know any of these people she was just angry that her her own oh her rightful place among the big time stars like she was concerned because miley cyrus was not getting censored yet she was getting centered this is just nuts we just nuts i feel terrible for the people youtube of now been terrorized by this because this is not the kind of thing you just put out of your mind it really isn't.
"norma desmond" Discussed on The PHP: Perez Hilton Podcast
"Like what she was wild and out after that came the baradei rebuked with ben platt singing gershwin song from that musical gio evan hansen and then patti lupone who i thought night one what one point i think she forgot the lyrics because because she fell asleep during her servants listen lissette women consult grouse go on that but that was stood at the tonys my god that was boring as darts that was not boring and also what i love about it is here's some back story you know she originated that role of vida in the news ical back in the seventies and she also collaborated again with injured lloyd webber in the nineties she was norma desmond in sunset boulevard originating that role in the west end in london and she was told by andrew lloyd webber that she was going to play the role on broadway as well but then like fuck it happen to us the race it's nothing like what happened took it back took it back and gave it the fucking glenn close instead so i loved it despite that these showed up and performed because it was also like a tribute and also fuck you andrew lloyd webber at the same time i really enjoyed you telling me that story that's a really good story yeah so what i love about it is that song is as much hers as it is his i would say like when people think of that song they don't think of madonna they think of patti lupone but i do because i the norm e you know i wouldn't even say normally normally i've seen a lot of theater but i don't know the back stories like you do go and i just enjoyed i don't try to figure out the minutia of the back store i would i never would have heard that story that you just told if you didn't tell me you know what i mean.
"norma desmond" Discussed on The Vulture TV Podcast
"But dumb fund to fun and of course notice it's it's i as i'm sure it's obvious errand that's that's one unbroken take yeah that's it's a it's a begin tomen editing this is beautifully edited because skip holds on this and we don't see the reactions of everyone in the courtroom until michael has michael michael has as little break at the end of that it's it's it's it's it's everybody working to adults i have to give credit by the way to a gordon smith wrote the episode and dan seconds maccari direct i felt that they never thought about what they were going to use i just in know we just did it over and over because you have to so i don't know but but didn't know what there is the first i've seen it we i've only seen here watch that we don't we outing up with the show you're on what are you now hi loria or have i've seen the three episodes it's largely because this season now this season i've seen their thing like i don't like to watch alone because they feel like norma desmond with her movie oh i like having i like having friends and family round and we just been geographicallyseparated you know a allotted kinda busy of doing this play my wife was doing of play and it was just sort of just kinda got behind in our business so uh i've been avoiding it i mean look will catch up.