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"omar epps" Discussed on Opening Arguments
"The Democrats pants them by releasing a report entitled GOP witnesses. What their disclosures indicate about the state of Republican investigations and, hey, spoiler alert. This is a 316 page document. And it does not say bang up job boys, keep up the good work. It does not. And I know our listeners won't need this but to be clear, the FBI is prosecuting January 6th defendants, which means, you know, giving them due process at a trial by jury not persecuting them and, you know, but Liz, you had me at hello by which I mean 316 page document full of goodies, yeah. Oh, it totally is. Although, a lot of it is Twitter screenshots. So it's not that long. You guys can totally read it. Anyway, this report takes apart the testimony of Jim Jordan's first three whistleblower witnesses. And it turns out it's shocker. These guys aren't even whistleblowers at all, because the term whistleblower has a distinct definition under law, and it is not heard some shit at the bar after work got myself fired for refusing a direct order, ran to newsmax to tell my tale of woe. Yeah, you are not mischaracterizing these witnesses here. So, okay, the applicable statute is 5 USC section 23 O three. And that governs prohibited personnel practices within the Federal Bureau of Investigation. And that provides in relevant part that the FBI may not retaliate against whistleblowers, right? And so then that's how we define this by law against any witness that provides certain categories of information to their supervisor, we don't even need to put a pin in that one it's going to be immediately relevant. And you have to tell your supervisor whistleblower stuff, right? Like, you can't just not fire anybody who tells their supervisor anything, I could think of lots of reasons. You might want to fire somebody in that circumstance. So the categories to be a whistleblower are specifically limited to information. Directly from the statute, quote which the employee or applicant reasonably believes evidence is a, any violation of any law rule or regulation or B gross mismanagement, a gross waste of funds, an abuse of authority or a substantial and specific danger to public health or safety end of quote, that's it. Yeah. And so the only problem with calling these people whistleblowers as the 316 page report notes is that Jim Jordan's cavalcade of rodeo clowns a didn't follow the rules and provide information to their respective supervisors and B weren't talking about whistleblowing stuff anyway, right? Here's how the report puts it. As the interview transcripts demonstrate, none of the allegations made by any witness who has appeared so far concerns either a violation of the law or gross mismanagement waste of funds, abuse of authority or a specific or substantial danger to public health or safety. Instead, most of the witnesses presented claims relating to their personal opinions. Most of which lacked actual firsthand knowledge of the events or matters at issue. No law protects witnesses who speak to Congress under these circumstances, accordingly, the individuals who testified before the committee can not be referred to as whistleblowers, nor should the information they provided be considered protected disclosures. And guess what else doesn't count as blowing the whistle? How about sending an open letter to FBI director Chris wray with dozens of questions such as why didn't the FBI open an investigation into the killing of Ashley babbitt and why is diversity and inclusion training being forced on employees when the FBI should clearly be talking about ethics and morality and diversity? And this put last question is ray Epstein a confidential human source. Okay, all right, you got to help me here because I know Omar Epps, right? He played Willie Mays Hayes in major league two. You said you watched videos, right? So I did not watch that. Okay, go ahead, yeah. Major league two surprisingly underrated. I mean, terrible, but surprisingly underrated that was after Wesley Snipes became too big of a stretch. Anyway, who the hell is Rey eps? Well, allow me. Because for my other job, I have become semi fluent and crazy. Oh, yeah. You know, it's a good skill. Rate apps is this oath keeper produced from Arizona. Well, I don't. So there you are. Ray Epstein, this oath keeper weirdo from Arizona and in D.C. on January 5th for the riot, he shot his mouth off about the need to invade the capitol. He was captured on film by a right-wing podcaster who goes by the name baked Alaska. You don't need to know. Don't ask, don't ask, right? Do I try and go down the Transformers wormhole with you? Forget it. Just take my word. Baked Alaska. Okay, all right, baked the left. Not happening. Big Alaska is a gross filth monster. And he's big in the fascist comic universe. So mister Alaska, not his real name, got 60 days in the clink for his role in the attack on Congress. Mister Epps, however, was not charged, presumably because he didn't go in to the building. From which the wing not a sphere has inferred that he was actually an F by FBI informant slash agitator, sent to frame the brave patriots seeking to save this country from tyranny. Which is all totally false. Complete nonsense. Total nonsense. But it was nonetheless brewed it about the halls of Congress by senator Ted Cruz and several of your lesser known members of Congress. And I will give you three guesses as to which Fox host started that rumor about ray apps. Okay, well, I'm going to waste two of them because I need to say a couple of things as prelude here. So first, nice use of the word brewed it. I think that's a first on opening arguments. It's outstanding. It pays to increase your word power with Liz died. I had to look it up. We want people to listen to the show. You know, so second, I want to be clear here. The Department of Justice was very, very clear because, you know, a lot of us lefty types were agitated about it that that was going to be their dividing line, right? If you set foot on the floor of the Senate, then you would be, you know, if you actually breach the capitol, then they would proceed against you two trial prior to that. They would be willing to plead you out for time served or misdemeanors or the like. So again, no crazy conspiracy theory. Since I'm down to my third quote guess, I'm gonna go with man of the people, the Bebo tide Tucker Swanson mcnear Carlson, not making any of that up. Heir to the Swanson frozen food fortune, and you know, voice of the little guy in America has forgotten racist uncles and yeah, that guy? Yeah. Yeah, it was that guy. Exactly. So Carlson basically ruined ray Epps's life and whatever, I don't care. These are not nice people, whatever. It's not my problem. The point is, though, if you are mainlining that kind of conspiracy, you're like not really an ideal witness because you're probably batshit crazy. Yeah, and just a reminder, we are talking about just keep back in the story here. We're talking about people who have testified to Congress about law enforcement, usually hold them to a higher standard. But not here, because see above Jim Jordan. The witness who posted that screed on true social, maybe he posted on Twitter, but he definitely is a big true social God. That screen about Ashley babbitt and ray Epps and Loretta Lorenz on the tarmac, obviously. So the guy who posted that open letter was a formal FBI special agent named Stephen friend. That guy has become a hero in wing not a stand for supposedly being a conscientious objector because he refused to take part in the arrest of a January 6th defendant on August 24 2021. It was Friends opinion that it was, quote, inappropriate to use an FBI S.W.A.T. team to arrest a subject for misdemeanor offenses, and he opined that the subject would likely face extended detainment and a biased jury pool in Washington D.C..
On The Media
"omar epps" Discussed on On The Media
"This week on notes from America, meet a climate scientist who happens to be an evangelical. Our faith and work intersect. Plus, actor Omar Epps on his new novel, which imagines a world that did not address the climate crisis in time. So now wherever you get your podcasts. Listener supported WNYC studios. Sometimes, especially if you're in or adjacent to our business, it's easy to forget that social media stern and drung is a very recent consequence of rather new media. In fact, it was only until after the passage of the 1984 cable act that cable began to have any kind of impact until then for most of us screen watchers it was just the big three networks and maybe a couple of syndicated channels, reception was variable and going live was complicated costly and rare. Nevertheless, after Friday, November 22nd, 1963, live coverage was required no matter the cost. Whenever a president left The White House, we first had this piece, one of our favorites in 2003. In it WNYC's Sarah fisco recollects those dreadful days in November. When everyone was paralyzed in front of our TV screens ladies and gentlemen, conductor Eric line store, symphony hall, Boston, November 22nd, 1963. We have a plus report over the wires that the president of the United States has been the victim of an assassination. If you were alive and over say 5 years old in November 1963, wherever you were, you remember it. We will play the funeral march from Beethoven's third symphony. The nation heard the news over wire services, radio, by word of mouth, public announcement, and most dramatically, on television. Television took over our lives for what are sometimes called those four dark days in Dallas. The Friday of the assassination of president John F. Kennedy and the Saturday Sunday and Monday that followed. And on the next Thursday after that, the country huddled around its Thanksgiving table, struggling to recover, which, I guess we did. But after that November, we would never be the same, and neither would TV. Has happened in the motorcade route, something I repeat has happened
On The Media
"omar epps" Discussed on On The Media
"Trying to get voters out for anti abortion Senate candidates there. And it worked. From the NBC News election center in New York, decision 78. In a low turnout election, those candidates won. In Minnesota, an upset there are projections show Republican David durbar. So why Rick took a cue from the Catholics and tried the cause again with evangelicals. He and a few of his fellow conservative activists teamed up with an evangelical pastor, Francis schaefer, who was against abortion. Schaefer and his son made a series of films and showed them in churches and theaters across the country starting in 1979. We have killing potus for whales and porpoises, but it is always open season on unborn babies. While we can appreciate this protection of our environment, do you wonder why I ask whatever happened to the human race and to our sense of values? Schaefer's son recalled that by the end of the film tour, they were calling for an anti abortion takeover of the Republican Party. But though the abortion issue was getting more support among evangelicals, it's still wasn't crystallizing as the issue. In August of 1980, presidential hopeful Ronald Reagan gave a campaign speech to 10,000 evangelicals at the legendary reunion arena in Dallas. Often considered the first large gathering of the new religious right. I know this is a nonpartisan gathering. And so I know that you can't endorse me, but I want you to know that I endorse you and what you are doing. The candidate didn't mention abortion at all. But he did mention the IRS's censure of independent schools. The year of the elections 1980, you had a substantial vote in the south for Ronald Reagan. Against the Democrat who was an actual evangelical Christian, Jimmy Carter. In this burgeoning fusion of politics and religion, policies, trumped faith. Reagan was given a pass. A sports announcer, a Phil actor, governor of California, on this election night, we have projected Ronald Reagan the winner. Paul weyrich's work had come to fruition, and he wanted to be sure there was no going back. So in 1981, he helped found the council for national policy. The council for national policy was founded as a very secretive organization that networked big donors. Political strategists and media operators. The New York Times has described the CNP as, quote, a little known club of a few hundred of the most powerful conservatives in the country. In 2016, the southern poverty law center called it a key venue where mainstream conservatives and extremists mix. According to leaked rosters, recent membership in the CNP and its lobbying arm has included the likes of Ginny Thomas, Mike Pence, Martin Blackwell, who runs the conservative activist training hub, the leadership institute. And cleta Mitchell, a lawyer who worked with Trump to try to overturn the 2020 election results. And Salem cofounders, Stewart epperson, and Edward at singer. How did the Salem leadership come to be part of this exclusive network? It was all thanks to the power of radio. When Paul weyrich helped form the council for national policy, he knew that strategizing among elite leaders wouldn't be enough, they would need megaphones. And he knew how compelling radio could be. Before he was a political strategist, weyrich had been an on air host and program director at a Kenosha Wisconsin radio station, and news director at a Denver station. Radio was to be a crucial channel for the new religious right. And a way to help the CNP reach a very specific constituency. You could go after older, white, Protestant voters, and if you engage them through fundamentalist radio broadcasting, combined with their churches. And you mobilize them around certain issues. Then you could turn them into highly motivated, high propensity, voters, who could really make a difference in strategic elections. Strategic is the key word here. Not widespread get out the vote efforts. How many of our Christians have what I call the goo goo syndrome? Good government. They want everybody to vote. Why Rick explained his strategy in a speech he gave to evangelical leaders in 1980. I don't want everybody to vote. Elections are not won by a majority of people they never have been from the beginning of our country and they are not now. As a matter of fact, our leverage in the elections quite candidly goes up as the voting populace goes down. This was the goal of the council for national policy. To reach the right people. And around this time, a certain fledgling Christian radio network was doing just that. That's coming up after the break. WNYC studios is supported by the midnight miracle. Dave Chappelle's shack is packed with guests like Kevin Hart and Jon Stewart and you're invited. Listen to the midnight miracle on the luminary channel on Apple podcasts or by downloading the luminary app. This week on notes from America, meet a climate scientist who happens to be an evangelical. Our faith and work intersect. Plus, actor Omar Epps on his new novel, which imagines a world that did not address the climate crisis in time. So now wherever you get your podcasts. Listener supported WNYC studios. This is the divided dial. I'm Katie Thornton. When we left the Salem story, epperson and ad singer had developed a solid business model, unencumbered by audience preferences or the whims of advertisers. In the 1980s, their Christian radio stations were multiplying. And as more and more evangelicals became immersed in politics, Salem's cofounders were no exception. Stewart epperson ran for Congress twice in the mid 1980s. Meanwhile, the on air content was getting more political too. Their programs, though socially conservative from the start, had been Christian first politics second. But in 1987, there was a change on the national radio stage that let the political stuff run wild. The fairness doctrine required that you give their time to opposing views. Reporter Adam puri. Which, of course, limited Salem's ability to talk about abortion and homosexuality and many of the hot button issues that they care about. The decades old fairness doctrine had required stations to have a degree of ideological balance in their coverage and to present multiple sides of controversial topics. We'll talk about it more in later episodes, but the fairness doctrine was declared dead by Reagan's FCC. And once that was lifted, they were able to apply on those positions all the time. For an increasingly politicized Salem, the end of the fairness doctrine was a godsend. Terry fahey, who was the manager for kkl, the big LA station was telling me he recognized the power that they had
Progressive Talk 1350 AM
"omar epps" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM
"Adults and free for kids under age of 15 They really want a crowd for two networks carrying this opening game of the ten week season Back to you I mean it's not much to do in Birmingham I guess I mean go see some ball Go see some ball Got the drone cameras We've got mic'd up Players and coaches at halftime I love that Love that I would love to see that change in the NFL you know Can we get some mic'd up footage In the halftime What is by the way what's the craziest halftime exchange you can remember in your days in the NFL Oh I can't say that only radio Really Yeah the craziest oh no way The statute of limitations is not passed No we can't I know we're on SiriusXM but we're on regular stations and some of the markets That's right So you know you almost walked me into a trap right there You don't have to name names No I just the type of verbiage in everything that goes with what goes in what goes on at halftime Good It's gracious Is this Jason Garrett calling the games He's Jason Garrett is part of the broadcast crew On Fox Yeah well it's a Fox NBC sports type hybrid deal Which is weird So he's on the NBC side Yeah Seems like they used a lot of white powder in makeup That's the observation right there He didn't want to come out and coach one of these teams in the USFL I guess not right Yeah Isn't that kind of strange She went from Dallas Cowboys head coach to commentators Yeah he went from like you know what 6 7 million a year to what would be 32,000 a gas card and free chipotle burritos for a year Birmingham steakhouse Gift card All you can drink at the Birmingham Birmingham steakhouse Yeah Which are whistle Yeah there's a bra keyword as part of the coverage So they have I was look at that this were some of the commentators caught my attention I believe that Cameron Jordan unless there's another Cameron Jordan I don't know about cam Jordan of the saints He's gonna be part of the broadcasting crew That's good I mean he's still playing so he's just trying to get his chops ready That's right He could do a very good job I could see him being good at these uniforms though They really look like the northern program They exactly look like that When they came out of the locker room I was like oh this is the program The women and kids right They do They look like the cocaine was coming out of it as quarterback What was the name of that team in the movie What was their name Don you don't even know what the program is do you It has your idea They give you at the game Yeah what is Michelle Pfeiffer in the program No no No some of these commentators So NBC on the NBC side it's Jack collinsworth Paul burmeister You're also going to have Jason Garrett Michael Robinson and Cameron Jordan As analysts on the Fox side Kurt menafee Joel klatt Kevin coogler they'll be doing play by play You also have Mark Sanchez and brought keyword So there you go It's on both networks right now It's the hybrid All right well look I hope what's in the network push Mike Pereira up here Little Mike Mike's great guy I hope it lasts I know the XFL is coming next year as well I really think they should have combined forces That makes zero sense to me Yeah Yeah I'm going to do that Right I mean it's not enough talent high level talent to have two minor league professional football teams I'm in league excuse me leagues No I think combining forces would have been It would have been great Yeah The Rock who owns the XFL now and you know they had a personality behind it and you know I don't know We'll see how it goes I hope this is good football though I'm excited for these young men who they'll be able to get an opportunity to play some football get some eyes on them maybe continue that dream or get into the NFL or getting back to the NFL Right Oh absolutely If they do this like they did the world league it'll survive Because teams were allocating their players That's right to designated teams in the world league There was a relationship You got to have that If you can adopt that all the late round draft picks are undrafted free agents who didn't play a lot Or on practice squad they got allocated to the world league And it would be like the NBA right Yes You're explaining is like the jelly It's just like the G league Instead of hey we're just going to start up our own league and you know make a go of it Yeah Everybody it's a money grab So everybody's trying to cash in but you're not going to cash in on anything if you don't keep it working You got to stay profitable The only way to keep forward to live is the NFL gets behind it That's it Not the network's the NFL Right By the way it was the ESU Timberwolves Yes That's what it was Yes you Yep Yes you Timberwolves That is a great trivia answer right there Yes you Timberwolves Wow I wouldn't have known that That Kane was number 13 Kane baby What was Omar Epps What was his character He had a great character He was running back Absolutely You ain't done but another gang bang over speed I gotta watch that again just for the nostalgia of it There was some good stuff in the program Who was the psychotic defensive guy that's headbutting windows Yes Yes That guy was great Omar Omar Epps was Darnell Jefferson Darna Jefferson.
Everyman Podcast Show
"omar epps" Discussed on Everyman Podcast Show
"Wars, the matrix. The Avengers series and nightmare on Elm Street as our winners, if you will. So we've got action and drama, and I'm going to go back to you to pick a category. What do you mean? Let's do the drama. Oh, you heard that? You heard that gloves are coming off when you take care. It's time for that drama girl. Let's get ready. All right, so for drama, we've got the one versus the 8 here and it is The Godfather two versus the city of God. I can tell you right now godfather two is the best. Godfather one was like the leader of that to me. Godfather two was godfather three was again way too much shit for no reason. I would then he and surprisingly enough, they're trying to do the godmother now. So let's see how they'll miss that shit. But that father too, I love godfather two. Tammy, what do you got? This is the first time I'm admitting this, but I never seen godfather. Have you seen the city of God? Yes, I have seen. So it would be city of goddess in it three times. I'm ready because you know. I've never seen a city of guys, so that's why I haven't seen easier. You've never seen either? That's fine. I can't explain city of God. She can do that for you. I mean, godfather's just a straight mafia movie with fucking Marlon Brando, Al Pacino, but let's say Robert the rules in that one. But tremendous cast, it's an iconic movie. There's lines that were still quoted by there from Marlon Brando. I'm making enough of the character reviews. You know, I forget my main sunny, I got shut up, but I'm told. I love it. But what say you godfather or city of setting that? You got a city of God. So it does come down to you here. What do you think? Godfather or city of God. God has two, I don't know, the brothers, the best Friends, they grew up in this poor country and city. One got kidnapped. And it's like homeless, and then one got really famous. So on the other one found the other one, they reconnected, but it's just ideas like drugs and alcohol. It gets bad. So it's kind of reuniting, but I am in a little older. Two different lifestyles. Yeah? Yeah. This sounds like something like that, right? You know, they say a lot of these movies are, I have a lot of biblical innuendos in their movies, like a lot of them are based on the most biblical storylines and stuff that we've seen. We just switched the name and the circumstance, and it doesn't seem like it. But a lot of this does, even like the line in the witch and the wardrobe. I don't know if you guys ever saw that one. Chronicles of Narnia. So the chronicles of Narnia is very religious movie in spaced on there's adaptations of Jesus Christ. So that movie, if you look at it, you know, especially the first one that came out, it's very Jesus Christ I sacrificed for whatever and whatnot. So a lot of these boys ironically enough have that have that spin, but what do you think? City of God or how do you see them? City of God? Okay, so the godfathers out in an upset that ate beat the one ladies and we just heard that city got beat The Godfather too. That is the biggest spoiler of the night that a beat the one I we always have a shocker. We always have a shocker. I was waiting for it. City of God just upset The Godfather. And the March Madness world, people are losing their shit right now. Someone's running to the court because this is exciting. Wow, I can't believe people fucking. We just dropped the gun a phone. That is amazing. And it was one of the most voting on. I'm definitely going to watch it one day, because yes. Must, and then regret this decision. You will rule the name. Okay, we'll move on to the second one. I shake that last one off. Number two is Scarface versus the number 7 American history X with that face looks like a face of pain. I can tell you right now, I've seen American history X, I've seen Scarface, American history X is one of the most violent disgusting movies ever seen in your damn life. I couldn't make it through it. It's really rough. I'm someone when I watch the movies about. Yeah, it's like this prison experience. There's a nasty stuff on there. There's just like rape sessions in there. It's very gruesome. It's a very graphic movie. And I can tell you this that I wouldn't watch it because it's just that hard and I'm the tech and when I watch a movie, I put myself sometimes in the main characters body and space and mind and I try to absorb that moment. So when I see American history X, I'm like, no, no, I don't want to be in that life. This is horrible. It's pretty much like this guy was like, they wouldn't let you go to a racist and not season whatnot in his neighborhood. And he was a die hard, you know, I think black people were getting to prison and realized that people isn't that bad. So when he gets out, he comes back to his community to try to derail what their thought and what they were taught was wrong. But in the process of doing that, he lost his parents and stuff like that. It's violent, but you can see the growth of this person learning everything that was brought up on was complete life. It's very good. That's kind of like tired learning, but backwards. Higher learning, have you ever seen that? Well, Michael rappaport busta rhymes at Omar Epps. Watch that one. It is such a great movie. But it's kind of like what you're saying in reverse good white American kid hangs out with a bunch of neo Nazis and just got taught the opposite and his roommate happened to be black. And you know, I don't want the sport of the friend who hasn't seen it, but it's one of those things that I want to reverse. You know, kind of like American history X and what you're talking about. But it is a graphic. American history act is super graphic. Scarface to me, I love Scarface. It's iconic. We all swear by it. The hip hop race and stuff a little bit on it. I mean, there's fucking songs and styles were based on fucking Tony Montana over there. And I loved it. It was filmed here in Miami. It was filmed near where I grew up, so I had a lot of emotional attachments to this movie. I could watch that movie right now, and it doesn't feel cool to me. There's people out there right now that could watch that movie and still not feel old. Now granted that are the ones that are watching over and over again are drug lords, but yeah, or whatever. It's a great movie. But I go with Scarface, that's my choice. What are you going with? I'm going to go ahead American this year. 'cause I feel like as far as drama, it really nailed something watching it compared to starting. I think I could feel with you. I mean, it's a very educational if a movie with some of you. But I guess you know, I mean, I get you. It's a good movie. I mean, if you were watching you'll take something back from it. What do you say, Tim? I mean, I've never seen Scarface. But based off of, I don't know, I just, I don't know, this one's a hard one based off of what I hear from both of them. I think I would want to pick a more meaningful.
"omar epps" Discussed on On Shuffle
"You already got that 'cause it's very darky. The coolie hair dick is sticking together. Here we go. Wow. This is all right, listen. Okay. I think that we need to go back to answering what we need to actually answer the question. Where do you side with this? I still think that like that, all right, but no, I think the question is flawed. It's actually what I think. Because the question was, is Michael Ely black famous or white famous? And then somehow more chestnut got involved in the conversation. So it's like, are we the actual? So the original person. Omar, Omar eps the person I randomly checked. So Boris just so it's Moore's chestnut and we're the question we're asking is he more white famous or black famous? Yeah. I still think he's more black famous 'cause it's like there's because there's the shows that he currently has, there's the, what was the movie that he was him and Bill Bellamy and like all those other dudes that's like the best yeah, wait, is it best reality? It's like he is a specific kind of like black famous. Famous. Okay. VHS they daytime television famous. Yeah. Like he's soaked famous. That's like, he's not like, you can't read weekly recaps about him on the Internet. Okay, but can I, okay, maybe here's and this is an extension of the Omar epsom observation, right? I think the reason I'm sort of pushing this distinction is because I get the idea that some of these black actors are in big mainstream things with like huge appeal. But there's still such a thing as being a kind of black actor who like, oh, black actors know you're talking about if you're talking about Michael ealy or Omar Epps, or more chestnut. And yes, these actors are also in big mainstream things that white people watch, but they never get beyond white people being like, oh, that actor, like, he's in, he's in a bunch of things. What's his name? That's the thing about it. Yeah. Tip of the toe. You know what I mean? There's still those tip of the tongue actors, even though they've been on like 6 network procedural things. Even though they've been working for like the last 30, 40 years. And haven't aged since the four broccoli..
The Dan Patrick Show
"omar epps" Discussed on The Dan Patrick Show
"He's got a. He's got a white tuxedo on with the frilly back. Then now is the big pig and your and your sister looks like. She's a doll. Just out of approximately person just came out of the box yes seton. Can i ask a question about that. you're just did. Why in the world does paul have that picture. Ready to go very fair question justice occasion that is completely came out of context. There was absolutely no reason. You're saying that based in the text chain that was happening. It was one of the most bizarre thing that ever sent to. You have that picture. I save everything content wise from the show but it was from a look in the todd. Did he said he sent picture around. And then yesterday. Todd was sending multiple texts on a topic and he was double sending things. And you guys are all making good jokes. And it's like. I'm just going to put this on the bed through the picture around. So so strange. Fritzy senate taxed and then it said You know failed to note back saying failed to sense. I said it again. I'm not gonna make you guys crazier than i already. Make your sending the same note. And he said atari went through three times. I hadn't realized that what thirty times and an ongoing okay. Okay okay thank you thank you one. Let me take a break. I think we've got pizza being delivered here. I think least. I hope so. We'll take a break last call for phone calls what we learn. What's in store tomorrow. And we'll have all of that coming up. Thanks for listening to the dan. Patrick show podcast sure to catch us live every weekday morning nine until noon eastern six to nine pacific on fox sports radio and you can find us on the iheartradio app at fsr or stream. It live on the peacock out. It's me parker. 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So i can throw parties again so i can go to her. Party's it really be nice. Dining instead of getting delivery for a change so i can feel safe and protected for myself and my students. we have our own reason for why we're getting vaccinated against cova. Nineteen what we be visit. Get vaccine answers dot org for information on the covert nineteen vaccines. It's up to you brought to you by the ad council. If you live a phone and the free iheartradio app you have thousands of podcasts. All in demand the you can binge anytime you want from anywhere. You wanna listen. We love music too. So we curated hundreds and playlists to fit any mood or activity. And of course you can bring your favorite radio stations with you wherever you bring your phone only on the iheartradio app number. One for music radio and podcasts. All in one app. I asked me glove and check with our stat skies last time. A defending super bowl champion. Returned all twenty two starters. It's happened but hasn't happened recently until the tampa bay buccaneers last time was washington then known as the redskins nineteen ninety. Two all twenty two starters. The oakland raiders. Nineteen seventy seven hundred. Twenty two the steelers. A one thousand nine hundred seventy six dolphins one thousand nine hundred seventy four. The dolphins nineteen seventy three. And you can keep your teams. You know together back then. You weren't losing players. That's why you had steelers. Dolphins and the raiders with able to return twenty two starters and you have the tampa bay buccaneers. Let's see more phone calls in here. Susan in pennsylvania. Hi susan what's on your mind get. I would call about one of the basketball movies. It hasn't been mentioned love and basketball. Was that to park. That was with omar epps. Oh and yes nathe or sinead. The laden i think is our last name or chanel. Eighth in they played a couple. They grew up together in. La it was one time. He thought like girl basketball player wasn't just like a love interest like she had game and they grew up. Playing against each other competing went to usc together. And you know it was just a good story. Kind of got a cult following later from two thousand Well thank you susan. What was The to puck movie above the rim above the rim and was janet jackson in it. No he was in. She was now. They were in a movie together jackson. Two-pack were poetic justice justice. Right all right all right it. It comes back to me occasionally to pockets a good actor. Yeah he was a real good actor. let's see jamie in pennsylvania hunchine mr dan every time. You guys do the sports movies. I'm screaming at my phone. Finding forrester sean connery unexpected gift unexpected. Come on and i'm from faw story originally up in ohio so i don't know if you've ever heard of that football powerhouse. Won the national title in nineteen twelve. Thank you jamie good appearance they're nice little impersonation there sean connery. We still love. What the hunt for red october. And he's got this scottish accent russian. It's still sean connery. There's some exit are incredibly difficult to pull off effectively in a movie without sounding ridiculous. Yeah a boston. Accent is one that it's very difficult to pull it off. A russian accent also very difficult to not sound like sort of cartoonish. It feels like with the boston accent. So matt damon and ben affleck or from massachusetts but when they were doing a movie together they it felt like they have to give a heavier boston accent even though they're from there i don't have to go heavy now. I have friends who from boston and they got heavy accents. But i always felt like it sounded strange coming from them because they are from massachusetts. And you would think that they already have their accent there. Yes you so. My wife is from the boston area. And the strangest thing and her family is that the men all have boston accents in the women. Don't so like my father in law and my brother-in-law you talk like from boston. But my my wife. Her sister and my mother-in-law don't have a hint of a box. Boston accent whatsoever very strange. My wife's family is from brooklyn and her.
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"Yeah yeah whereas like she is a single model home so yeah we need to know how this woman canes kane is mom get all this power and respect that is true lies so hopefully you know what i'm saying episode two. They go more in today. But i definitely want to show fifty out. I like saint omar epps. I was happy when i sing. Lament state. you know what i'm saying in in in the last power joint akaba to right I dunno he was in actual power. He was an actual power with ghost mall. More like an powder. Yeah and then probably to to see what he didn't see mary in element maybe go. I couldn't i mean she's done other acting gigs. But i've seen seeing her narrow like solidified if amelio. Mary could go this route for the remainder her career. She can still sing and do albums she wants to play. I think she could actually go now. Z. would rather see home. Screen you would. I could see going. I one hundred be more versatile and rose as she play Because mary has always had like this hot exterior. Like i one hundred look a little bit more softer. Yea i wanna show some range Who else but nevertheless even other dude dude applies are older brother. I remember seeing him in net There was a show on. Hbo there was about. Football's footballers nfl kind of show. They had real nfl actually scenario ballers. That's okay ball away ron..
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"Rides of scars. Yes yes he really is and speaking of power. We have another it. Ration- power now. We had i think we had the woman mary j. blige like power triple. Yeah powerbook to go. That's the dose. Seek yet the okay the sequel and now we have a prequel. But it's not a ghost. No this is Pity sits cared better with any any ship to hustle now. And they're calling. Is you know what they're calling this powerbook three. Which kind of like i mean. If i was into this world i would totally be in to this thing. That court is doing. Yeah but this is powerbook three raising canaan and wait till we tell you who's raising them one of course let me Let's let's just go back to what's happening here. This is not from porty. aac kim. It is based on her characters. this is from shasha in instead who has created this along with some other writers That court kinda groomed. Now hold on. Let's talk about pedigree year. we gotta do it. We just talked about one of our while to say one of my favorite. Tv shows and franchises of all time by the king's robert michelle king. Guess okay our a good wife. Good fight guests. Who was one of her head. Writers there had writers court. The ache was riding on the good wife. For many seasons as a premier writer. I won't be had writer because the case for that writers but growth She she was a high level writer so she's been groomed to tell these kinds of stories whether you like stories are not well. That's that's up to us to fill that out but this is coming to us from the nineties and You know lulu and neom are here. We've got patina miller. Broadway's favorite girl. Patina miller is planned. Thomas who's kanaan's mum and let me tell you some. If somebody approaches. Her son tries to do some harm. She'll care what age they are. She goes to stop that pillowcase. But some metal and allow nowh- i tell you it's a somewhat they use it. She show will she. Would you would be you deal with them to now. that's right. You got omar epps showing up with you know at this point. Oh wait a minute at this point. Omar epps belongs in this hour university. He just really does. I feel hallmark of show up at any shown. i'm good. Yeah so there you go with that end in his other people that you're gonna talk about an walk through with this now. What we need from you critic is for those of us who aren't in the power universe. Why do we need to raise canaan. Why does this need to be the third installment. Why now ooh quick answer they got Four spin offs of power. That's why and This one is fifty cent who does the Voice over and he's just too just in case we have people were like completely Pity said and courtney worthy co executive producers of power and it was courtney's idea obviously but city brought in some life experience. Shall we say so there. You have that yes and You know this is his character and you know in in the show. They lead up to it and he's like look. I mean you know how this ends but you don't know how it began so that's the whole raising part of it And it does make some sense. They did a sequel now prequel. So they're kind of book ending girl power now. We start in the eighties. And canaan is little and he's being bullied is mama rock like you said or rob a short play by patina well. Kanaan's father I don't know if it was her husband or not. But you know they were together. He's dead and gone and he was a drug dealer now he was almost had like an impact. So you know where you control blocks and all of that kind of stuff. Yeah and he showed rock the roads so now she's in charge. Oh that's right. And she also has to. Lieutenant who are brothers in older brother play by london brown who was involved and did a great job ballers. His name is marvin and his her younger brother. Lulu play malcolm. Mays now marvin thinking well. Why is he working for his younger sister But can he be taken seriously. Is the question in another question is if he's not. What will that do to him over time right mary. We know where that's going younger brother. Smart and rock. Trust him to do things but even though he'll do them how does he feel when he does. And what's that gonna lead to. Does he's really looking for a companion of a life companion woman. He has his eye on one. Can he get this woman because of what he does like. Those things will start to bear fruit now. Marvin the oldest daughter of course kanaan's cousin jukebox now in the eighties. When canaan was being bullied jukebox was being held back she played by hayley kilgore who was on broadway as well and once on. This is the last one to see if she was being in the ninth. Yeah right right. So she's been held back. She is his protector. Why she call do clocks because he has a particular talent that surprising for someone who will not you out so we have that.
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"Its stateside premiere at 10, 9 Central on sci fi. Sunday is the premier of the crime drama prequel. Power Raising Canaan starring McKay, Curtis Patina Miller and Omar EPPS at 87 Central on stars. Also on Sunday, the British gamer comedy Dead Pixels logs on for a second season at 9 38 30 Central on the CW following a new episode of Wellington Paranormal. And that's your TV tip off on I heart radio. The free I Heart Radio APP is number one for music, radio and podcasts, All in one discover a new podcast from our library of over 350,000 titles. Here's an I Heart Radio podcast preview. He was the billionaire financier and close confidant of presidents, prime ministers, movie stars and British royalty. Some breaking news right now just grace financier Jeffrey Epstein has taken his own life. New York City's medical examiner ruled Jeffrey Epstein's death was a suicide. Was it suicide? Or was it murder? Epstein Devil in the darkness will uncover the truth about Epstein sorted life and mysterious death. Over the course of 12 shocking episodes, members of Epstein's inner circles build their secrets and world exclusive interviews for the very first time. Listen to Epstein's personal chauffeur reveals what happened behind the doors of his mansions. And in another world exclusive interview Epstein's fellow inmate recounts of play by play of his final days and what really happened? Heard his head hit the floor with a thug. Combining the very best investigative reporting with explosive new interviews and expert in science. Epstein Devil in the Darkness will send shockwaves through the highest levels of the establishment. And expose all of Epstein's cohorts. The men who thought they'd get away with it. Listen and follow this podcast for free on the I Heart radio app number one Can the U. S has all been away so long hardly knew the face. It's good to be back home. It.
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"For its stateside premiere at 10, 9 Central on sci fi. Sunday is the premier of the crime drama prequel. Power Raising Canaan starring McKay, Curtis Patina Miller and Omar Epps at 87, Central on stars. Also on Sunday, the British gamer comedy Dead Pixels logs on for a second season at 9 38 30 Central on the CW following a new episode of Wellington Paranormal. And that's your TV tip off on I Heart radio free I heart radio APP is number one for music, radio and podcasts, All in one discover a new podcast from our library of over 350,000 titles. Here's an I Heart Radio Podcast preview. Here's something pretty disturbing. I discovered while researching this podcast. This is what it actually says. The Los Angeles Police Department website. The site states that the adult missing persons unit investigates 3200 cases a month and 70% of those missing people are found or returned voluntarily within two or three days. It goes on to explain, And I quote here since being a missing person is not a crime. Police are given a very limited role while conducting these types of investigations. At the bottom of the Web page gets more disturbing is a section titled What if they Never returned? And Here's the Official Police advice in such situations, You may want to enlist the services of a private investigator to assist in your search. If you can't afford a P I. The police elaborate quote. Another option would be to contact the Salvation Army. Has a missing persons Locator program. There's not a single sentence on the LAPD website that would lead a loved one of a missing person have any faith that the police would properly investigated it. And rock and we're just talking.
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"Every hustler drug dealer dif number runner who flagged you can think of they were coming from everywhere. Why did the press keep following this story? Mom rally catch this clean. There's not one number two is there was a million dollar round. Everybody thought my dad set that party up. They were gonna kill me. Mother's sister killed my mom. They would go kill us. This is the story about two guys from opposite sides of the street. Hustler blamed for robbing the most dangerous Gangsters in the country. Any idea who would have full of stuff like this? I don't have no ideas at all. I mean, I guess you learn that this is like issued a death warrant for me for something I don't even know anything about. And the cop who tried to save his life. They thought he had robbed a black Mafia some of the toughest man in this country. Some of the dead lives man in this country, guys who would not hesitate to blow your head off. This story from Atlanta. Georgia has been reported for 50 years. But now for the first time, you're going to hear what really happened from the people who lived it. Listen and subscribe to fight night. Listen and follow this podcast for free on the I Heart radio app number one for music, radio and podcasts, all in one app. Fire up your DVR. It's time for your TV tip on on Thursday, Jessica Green and Jake Storm own return for the summer run of the fantasy adventure drama the outpost at 98 Central on the CW. Friday night. The Canadian paranormal drama Surreal Estate Head South for its stateside premiere at 10, 9 Central on sci fi. Sunday is the premier of the crime drama prequel. Power Raising Canaan starring McKay, Curtis Patina Miller and Omar EPPS at 87, Central on stars. Also on Sunday, the British gamer comedy Dead Pixels.
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"Is the shit man man he looked just like tom cruise people will come up to black dudes will come up because black if you look a little bit like tom cruise and you're white white people be like that's not tom cruise but black he'll be late whereas mission impossible six coming out the same for white people to black people are always like people like that's racist. Dude you thought fuck in. Mario van peebles was omar epps. And you're like it's not just. I'm a white guy. Give me some leeway you know. But he but yeah dude. He looked like tom cruise. I don't remember why i was making that racist joke. But whatever may maybe. Because i'm fucking racist it. Can we just agree that. Everybody's a little bit racist and it's not even in a fucking like we love. You can love more than you actually. Do you know what i mean like. Give her fucking like white. People are like like okay. If okay all right let me just break this down. What race eats like this. Nobody would say anything but a white guy. Is that racist. You're watching this podcast. I say what race eats like this. How many what percentage you think thought white guy. That's not racist or we're all a little bit racist doesn't mean you can't love white people to yeah we like that some of us definitely no mexicans of black people like that but when we we'll do is kind of gross fuck man. There's a good time it's a good time. It is what it is my baby. It is what it is. We have a good time though we do. We have a good time. I get home from therapy. Just rip roar and better than i was and a walk up the stairs and kristen is with our friend and i'm like hello. They're not in the rooms that we always hang out in. And i hear and i'm like they're upstairs..
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"I think like it was just a course like surprisingly both jones vissel and like a lot more were filled with all these that like i know like i mean just like in gimmick roles like frigging joshua jackson. You know like You know kevin. Kevin conway cannot kevin. Conway was his name. Charlie conway from ninety dunks like is in the classroom like talking about movies and he's just in that that you know just in that scene in stuff like that And then yeah you have. Sarah michelle gellar. I don't know if this was before after Big big time. Buffy like this movie. I wore last summer. I think so. Because i know after scream and what you did last summer chemo. Like kind of after because the big thing would scream they kind of revitalize the slasher genre for the teen the teen slash drama but Yeah like a so. There's all these different characters. They kind of pulled the same kind of like formula that they did In the first one at the beginning of having these kinds of like actors that you are well known like at that point. Jada pinkett was like on the rise and was very popular of a character. Omar epps to is coming off of like love and basketball So yeah you have their them. Kind of filling in that Drew barrymore character especially putting jay jada picket on the on the poster and then her getting kill. Yeah and then her getting killed ideas such like so that clearly okay. This is become a meta thing you know for this genre and stuff But yeah i mean. I definitely like the kind of like it was like a slight twist. But rehashing of the of the first thing because like you like the sequel has to follow the same formula. But there's like a slight change to that formula So i kind of felt. I think i don't know if i like subconsciously was had remembered and was because i was told like a long time ago that that timothy all fant was the killer but even from the beginning like in that first scene with him like in the in the classroom like I was like it's i. I i was like. Is it the teacher. And then he started talking like on. Oh it's kind of thing and then then the old reporter The other reporter. Like i i kind of had a feeling like it was her. Because she's kind of like i thought originally shoes because she's trying to become the Courtney cox character You know that that That unit reporter. That gets the inside scoop. So she's creating this story..
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"Help him fall asleep. Except he is one you would answer. Shapeless in Seattle. So it takes sleepless in Seattle replaced the L with an H so that it's about an animal. Here we go in this 1998 film and Elizabeth in play, right falls in love with a white bird. Played by Gwyneth Paltrow until he discovers the ultimate betrayal. She's nothing more than a fancy pigeon. I want to say, Johnny, is it Shakespeare in Dove Dove. Yeah, That's right. I think we found your element. You guys in this sports film, A pair of bovine childhood sweethearts are both captivating cows on the court. But the male played by Omar Epps takes his big horns all the way to Chicago's NBA team with Michael Jordan. Uh huh. Got it already. Is it love and basketball, love and basketball? That is great. Boom! Yes. E kept thinking cow. I was like, how do you get capital from this right? Yeah. Woven basket count up. All right. In this. Netflix hit a girl writes letters to her previous crushes but learns that all men are snakes when one ends up, constricting her in the other swallows her home. I got it. Okay. Go hard E wanted you like e feel like you were on to say. I mean, I I know the movie wheat to its toe all the Oh, God, it Joey said together. Yeah. One who to all of us, but all about love, But fuck it is impossible to do anything in sick. Yeah. You are correct. All right. In this Gen X classic Winona Ryder plays a tiny Iraq NID parasite who has to decide whether to attach too bad boy Ethan Hawke or yuppie. And Stiller as her host. I I think it's is it reality might, yes. So good, Beautiful..
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"That event was hosted by a bat like I'm talking bad about me. No, I'm gonna do with my work Children upside down. My thing is they were they were honoring black Music month year. The ox. And all the workers who did something with this corona virus thing. Uh, s so they don't get it, man. They don't get it. Hearing a whole another country. They heard black history month. Off course we dress up like black people in Booga Booga Booga booga, where they talked like that, too. Well when they try, and I think their heart was in the right place. Do you think I got some of press people to man? This is China, you said, right? Yeah, so Chinese culture you like they're so into it, and they only know their culture and they only know like that side of the world's culture that like you said, they're whatever black person goes to China because I remember my cousin went to China. There are like so fascinated with. Oh, yeah, you know, they don't get it s Oh, that. Yeah, like you said. They mean well, but they just don't understand. But it also could have been Mrs. Word up more. Oh, Marsh. Omar's too They say, Okay, we're honoring this culture people right here. And these culture people and these culture people. I mean, they all look the same. So they said, Okay, we're going to show you that we're doing the black people. So who is who is Omar? Omar EPPS over more good. Now you're talking here when somebody like that they all just like, Oh, my up s anymore, So I don't know if that's right or wrong with that any right there, people all got it. Wadded up because of the Chinese people Did that Don't hole up here. If you reverse this, I'm going on Chinese people they don't get at least they're trying. But you know, if you if we reversed in awesome Chinese stuff you write, get it. We know we know Making fun of them is making fun of them when we doing it, But if you're trying to honor them, like putting what is it camo knows? And that's probably Japanese is I'm not gonna even do. I'm not even gonna do what people do, you know, but Yeah. Yeah, but if we like put on like a Typical Chinese dress. Herb garden. Yeah, Garber, whatever like is that is that kind of offensive? I think that's pushing it, bro. As far as you can go is a G. Like a karate thing. You wear one of those, but that's about this part. You can. I won't even let you wear the kamikaze headband. How do you know how you know that Daniel? Son? You know, I'm I'm portraying summer rocks on Ninja Samurai. Yeah, Same around. You don't need to portray that. Yeah, don't betray their You know, between us just to walk around with it and keep it to yourself to be. Oh, throwing them to stop. But don't let us turn around and see you looking like a ninja man. Don't just throw the stop way Got in this thing J r. We got way. Got one more for each other. Okay, good. You got plenty of time. Not a flaw. All right, Let's see. You know what kilometers that's actually a good thing. I don't want to do a samurai sword one. Let me see, Uh, believe Spike got a whole room full of karate. Give Karadic years like knives. Samurai swords, nunchakus numb. Children like to say that Kitano's I'll say I have a pair of I have a pair of rubber numb chucks. Really is in practice because I'm learning and rubber ones are very forgiving ups at the back of my head. Oh, yeah, one of these days I'm gonna need some real was it. I ain't quite got that behind the back. Move nailed down yet. Honestly, if you're coming at me with some nunchucks or a gun, I'd be more scared than nunchucks. I'm laughing at you coming in or going numb, Chucks, man, That's all. I gotta do a seven day Like I do is connect One time in 2021. It'll feel it'll be what what if I could get two on you? Yeah, that's two nights two nights, right? Yeah, He's just walking around, hoping you'd be talking about somebody's gonna pull out your num Chuck. So Man. I wish somebody would. I'd break a stick and pass string on it again. I'm sorry, dear. But you have to go to a karate movie. And when you leave the movie used Thank you know karate is hope. Somebody attack you. When we were little ways to go way to go to the Bruce Lee movies and walk out of the movies is walking home sideways just hoping somebody will attack this because we were so ready to talk talk. Yeah, really thing to get told out of somebody you are S O. This is actually a story That's actually a crazy story. Um, it's not like a news article or anything like that. It's kind of like one of those red it posts on, then love red and interview. Yeah, I want to do more of those because there's a lot of crazy stuff that goes down and read it. So Unfortunately, it's a gentleman and his wife, So my wife has multiple sclerosis is now on bad way needing a lot of care. Um s O Her daughter is a single mother and came to live with us with her little boy almost a year ago, So my wife is 61. I'm 63. So I'm talking in terms of the husband. We had a great sex life. And so she got really sick. We're at a stage where she no longer wants to do anything Sexual with me. We used. We used to have sex several times a week and now not for more than six months at a time. My wife has watched how close I've become with her. Her daughter, my stepdaughter as we share the workload of caring for her, her daughter's 30. And her and I have some sexual chemistry between us. Oh, yeah. Now you know where this is going, Uh, s oh, my wife's daughter was badly treated by our acts and my wife keeps saying to me You will look after her wants you. She needs someone genuine to take care of her. My step daughter is sleeping in the spare room and her son is in the box room. And now my wife. Is he even suggesting that a daughter and I showed the spare room together? What do you guys think about that? There's not blood related, right? Yeah. Step step daughter and Oh, and so they have good chemistry. Yeah, but Mom broke down and I'm sorry. She's she's not doing well in the other room, and she said she'd give me she giving the thumbs up. She's giving them and she's giving him the green light side, you know. Hey, look, I can't satisfy you. But my daughter, can my you know what I got No problem with, uh, you know, I mean, the daughter is kind of You know, they don't to be determined. Yeah, kind of young to be German. For sure. This'll is a great dying lady. Yeah. Come with a lot of other people with that this way. Yeah. Least you know what's gonna happen after you die. You don't have to wonder Quest. My father. She does. She's given him the OK why she still breathing, right? Yes, I was like she's she's saying, Hey, look, you know, as your wife I cannot sexually satisfy you. But what I could do is, uh you know, offer you my daughter and she could she could, you know, fulfill whatever I can't so She's old enough. She you know y'all have chemistry. She looks like me s. Oh, it's not that far fetched. I would've took this another way. I've been like, Look, I'm sick. I can't sexually satisfy you. But you can sexually satisfied me true. I mean, who? Who's sick here? Yeah, this is true. Uh, yeah. I don't know what I'd go with that out. I mean, even even if he wait till she passes He goes, okay. She said it was okay. It's still gonna be just doesn't look weird. I don't think I could do it. Yeah, I mean to me like I think if you are a father and you raise that stepdaughter for for many, I say like there's like a cart off day like if you raised her for like, more than five years in this creepy Well, what if y'all in there getting it on and she passed away in the other room, and y'all could have saved her? No, no man in they're gonna need some counseling..
Fatal Affair Is Obsessed With Insert Shots
"Affair on Netflix With that all about Well, fatal affair. You might not be able to figure this out from the title. But what happens is there's an affair, and then it gives almost fatal of. It's not a good idea so nothing like fatal attraction. So this star's Nia Long who we Love and Omar Epps, and they knew each other in college, and you always had a crush on her. 20 years later, they hook up in a bar, but she's married. She says. This is a bad idea. You gotta leave me alone. But he has other ideas Row he thinks they're destined to be together. And then we kick off the classic stalker movie except for is not a classic stalker movie. This is what they call a Netflix original because it's an original movie on Netflix. On Lee, 50% of that statement is accurate. It is on Netflix. There is nothing original about this movie. We've seen it a 1,000,000 times before. I was hoping it would be like a guilty pleasure where you could, like hurl your kernels of popcorn at the screen because everybody has to act like an idiot in order for the plot to continue. But even the actors look like they're bored. Halfway through this, it's terrible, fatal affair. And that would be 1.5 stars for fetal affair, which is nothing fatal attraction other than even the poster for it looks exactly like the poster for fatal attraction, which, by the way, if people haven't seen it, that's a 1987 film. Watch that instead Okay. Look good. Fine. I'd like to know that there are things I don't have to watch. I feel very great pressure when I'm going through Netflix and Julia and all the rest of it. I'm looking for stuff to watch and think. Well, maybe I should. Maybe it is the argument I had with myself on almost every thumbnail that I stop. Or that now stops on itself and that by the way, I got it. I just want to say one thing about Netflix. I don't really want to see a scene when I'm just on the thumbnail. I don't don't like it when it does. I don't want to see a scene now asked for the scene. And the volume Super out if it's like an action movie it like you fall out of your chair. Yeah, like that. All add for the stereo. You know where the guy was in the chair like this wasn't blown back. Yeah, I agree with you. I've met they accept doing that. Netflix who we see about that.