18 Burst results for "Paul Mcgann"

"paul mcgann" Discussed on Next Stop Everywhere: The Doctor Who Podcast

Next Stop Everywhere: The Doctor Who Podcast

04:14 min | 2 months ago

"paul mcgann" Discussed on Next Stop Everywhere: The Doctor Who Podcast

"Out eighty two so this is about eight years before twin peaks for me. So this is. This is a different type of story that i wasn't really used to seeing on television. A fan of sifi. So i'd seen some things. But this one i had a very dark sinister tone especially when we get to the the the dark places on the inside of the inside where teagan confronted by this guy duca and basically messes with her mind. And he's trying to make delayed her into accepting the mara so that the mark and escapes so it was very surreal. And i wasn't back in the like when i was watching the eighties. I'm like maybe all fifteen and didn't really appreciate the surrealness the the strangeness at that point and so it kind of threw me but now older now that a much much older never have experienced all kinds of other things exposure including twin peaks. That my mind is much more open to this. And as a result. I think i look at it with a different perspective all these decades later and give me kind of a war of appreciation for this type of story and i think it was a little bit more ambitious than some of the others that it was trying to tell so. That's where i'm coming from anyway. Guess cast we have richard todd as commander sanders who's been named colonel sanders right he appeared. He's notable because he appeared episode of murder. She wrote here in the states jeff. I was kinda interesting. Mary's hughes plays dr todd. These scientist of the colonial expedition on diva loca. She's noble because she played brenda williams. The mother of reese williams in the torchwood episode something borrowed where. When and reese get married that we've talked about here next up everywhere shells reprise the character on the torchwood. Big finish audio visiting hours if you want to hear her again as reece's mom joseph play. The character heiress in an eighth doctor. Paul mcgann big finish audio phobos in another one. From mcgann's era. I'm big finish companion piece. Then we had simon rouse who plays hindle the guy who completely loses his ass in this story and to you know some considerable danger because of him rigging the base for explosives with explosives. He played the character john. Kincaid in an eighth doctor big finish audio called the witch from the well and he also played the character durang in a tom. Baker big finish audio actually to is a two parter the paradox planet and legacy of.

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"paul mcgann" Discussed on 103.5 KISS FM

103.5 KISS FM

01:40 min | 5 months ago

"paul mcgann" Discussed on 103.5 KISS FM

"Is the new podcast series presented by me, Paul McGann. That explores the hidden lives of tyrants such as Adolf Hitler, Chairman Mao and Kim Jong Il. You'll be right there in their meeting rooms and private quarters on the battlefield and in their bunkers, a close and personal with some of history's most evil leaders watching on as they make the decisions that shape the world as we know it. There's Kim Jong Il, a man consumed by a love hate relationship at the West Because he never really left North Korea. He took what he saw in Hollywood films to be realism. North Korea became very good at selling. Drugs and making and selling counterfeit $100 bills, trafficking people in ivory and later nuclear secrets and weapons. Anything that a criminal empire would do, and this was all backed up with the states Might Joseph Stalin, the man who turned Russia into a superpower and set the stage for the Cold War, Stalin found Russia with the wooden plow and he left it with atomic weapons. He would work late into the night developing slogans. If Stalin had been born in the United States, he would have been a first class advertising executive. He really understood how to get people to to buy what he's selling. Mao Zedong Peasant's son, who transformed China communism is Mao interpreted it require toughness required extremism because these are extreme conditions. Famously, he said. All power grows out of the barrel of a gun. We'll take you behind the curtain. Beyond the propaganda in the myth making to hear the real stories of their totalitarian regimes. You'll hear the voices of regime insiders, escapees and world.

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"paul mcgann" Discussed on KNST AM 790

KNST AM 790

01:33 min | 5 months ago

"paul mcgann" Discussed on KNST AM 790

"Here's an I Heart radio podcast preview. I had no idea that there was two sides to this man. God, we had no idea what it was going to be like, but it was murdered. Sacrifice. Not only my father leaving my wife Sunday, he would be in a blink of an eye. You send them to death. Children, Babies, mothers, grandmothers, It was deliberate Massacre. How does a single human being convinced thousands to kill for them and millions to turn a blind eye? Real dictators is the new podcast series presented by me Paul McGann that explores the hidden lives of tyrants such as Adolf Hitler Chairman Mao Kim Jong Il. You'll be right there in their meeting rooms and private quarters on the battlefield and in their bunkers, close and personal with some of history's most evil leaders, watching on as they make the decisions that shape the world as we know it. There's Kim Jong Il, a man consumed by a love hate relationship at the West Because he never really left North Korea. He took what he saw in Hollywood films to be realism. North Korea became very good at selling drugs and making and selling counterfeit $100 bills, trafficking people, and I want to introduce you the Thundercats Technology Thunder Cat Technology as a premier provider of I T solutions not only for government organizations but educational institutions and commercial enterprises as a leader in cyber secured The infrastructure, Unified Communications and Cloud technology verticals Thundercats, not just a reseller. They are trusted Advisors for businesses.

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"paul mcgann" Discussed on Next Stop Everywhere: The Doctor Who Podcast

Next Stop Everywhere: The Doctor Who Podcast

05:42 min | 5 months ago

"paul mcgann" Discussed on Next Stop Everywhere: The Doctor Who Podcast

"The road fingers crossed so just Especially now that they've also recast carry. It certainly certainly opens the door. Possibly as long as tom baker health holds up. That's the big thing right there. So that's that's our main concern right now. I think all right jimmy things. Yeah this is a few stories that nicholas berg's actually asked for more time to work on the music because apparently is a. He is a complete lover of revenge cyberman. He wanted to get the same kind of kind of upbeat tempos had and just working in like the stuff that he's got. Now bring it into bring it into the into this story along with some of the old cattle catchy little poppy theme tunes and everything you that are kind of synonymous with revenge cyberman and you can hear your year elvin of revenge but then you also hear other elements like say like sort of a ryan. Oh yeah yeah the kind of merge sort of ryan's one of my favorites. Yeah you know. That's another one we talked about. But you know it's paul mcgann's second audio doctor for big finish. So good so yeah. I never thought of that until you mentioned. But i think you're absolutely right about that connection there john. Yeah i'm not sure who do who the composer was for this. But i thought they did a really great job nailing the era so. I definitely feels like that first. Tom baker season. You know the series. He's in twelve music so Points nicholas breaks for being kind of a fan boy about that and trying to you know get that a little more on target right nothing else. You got some home right now see. It was nice to see them. Bring back The fact that radiation is harmful to the siren that we i saw way back in planet right. Yes those are the original script and not to mention. We also get the five hundred year diary in the story as well when you which actually factors in pretty heavily. I think yeah the yeah. They talked about that. Yeah all right so three topics today so very simple. I think to break this down the topic number one. Let's talk of course are tartus team. So we're talking the fourth doctor and we also wanna talk. Obviously say miller sarah jane smith and christopher naylor harry sullivan and really curious to get your thoughts since i know. You're a old school tom baker fan. What you thought of.

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"paul mcgann" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

News Talk 1130 WISN

02:24 min | 5 months ago

"paul mcgann" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

"I. Heart radio APP is number one for music, radio and podcasts, All in one discover a new podcast from our library of hundreds of thousands of titles. Here's an I Heart radio podcast preview. I had no idea that there was two sides to this man. God, we had no idea what it was going to be like, but it was murdered. He sacrificed not only my family, but my wife. Somebody he would be in a blink of an eye. You send them to death. Children, Babies, mothers, grandmothers, it was deliberate Massacre. How does a single human being convinced thousands to kill for them and millions to turn a blind eye? Real dictators is the new podcast series presented by me, Paul McGann. That explores the hidden lives of tyrants such as Adolf Hitler Chairman Mao Kim Jong Il. You'll be right there in their meeting rooms, private quarters on the battlefield and in their bunkers, a close and personal with some of history's most evil leaders watching on as they make the decisions that shape the world as we know it. There's Kim Jong Il, a man consumed by a love hate relationship at the West Because he never really left North Korea. He took what he saw in Hollywood films to be realism. North Korea became very good at selling drugs and making and selling counterfeit $800 bills, trafficking people in ivory and later nuclear secrets and weapons. Anything that a criminal empire would do, and this was all backed up with the states. Might Joseph Stalin, the man who turned Russia into a superpower and set the stage for the Cold War, Stalin found Russia with the wooden plow. And he left it with atomic weapons. He would work late into the night developing slogans. If Stalin had been born in the United States, he would have been a first class advertising executive. He really understood how to get people to to buy what he's selling. Mao Zedong, the peasant's son, who transformed China communism is Mao interpreted it required toughness required extremism because these are extreme conditions. Famously, he said. All power grows out of the barrel of a gun. We'll take you behind the curtain. Beyond the propaganda In the myth making to hear the real stories of their totalitarian regimes, you'll hear the voices of regime insiders, escapees and world renowned experts from noise of podcasts..

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"paul mcgann" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

WHAS 840 AM

01:45 min | 5 months ago

"paul mcgann" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

"Here's an I Heart radio podcast preview. I had no idea that there was two sides to this man. God, we had no idea what it was going to be like, but it was murdered. He sacrificed not only my family, but my wife's family. He would be in a blink overnight. You send them to death. Children, Babies, mothers, grandmothers, It was a deliberate massacre. How does a single human being convinced thousands to kill for them and millions to turn a blind eye? Real dictators is the new podcast series presented by me, Paul McGann. That explores the hidden lives of tyrants such as Adolf Hitler, Chairman Mao and Kim Jong Il. You'll be right there in their meeting rooms, private quarters on the battlefield and in their bunkers up close and personal, with some of history's most evil leaders watching on as they make the decisions that shape the world as we know it, there's Kim Jong Il, a man consumed by a love hate relationship at the West Because he never really left North Korea. He took what he saw in Hollywood films to be realism. North Korea became very good at selling drugs and making and selling counterfeit $800 bills, Trafficking people in ivory and later nuclear secrets and weapons. Anything that a criminal empire would do. And this was all backed up with the states. Might you never know when the news will break But leave us on And you will. I think we want to see more details right now. News radio 8 40. W H A s The sun is shining. It's summer time You got your cool beer. You got your truck and we are heading down to the rest break. Hey, baby News Radio is getting a whole band..

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"paul mcgann" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

01:30 min | 6 months ago

"paul mcgann" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"I had no idea that there was two size to this man. God, we had no idea what it was going to be like, but it was good. He sacrificed not only my family with my wife, somebody he would be in the blink of an eye. You send them to death. Children, Babies, mothers, grandmothers, It was deliberate Massacre. How does a single human being convinced thousands to kill for them and millions to turn a blind eye? Real dictators is the new podcast series Presented by me, Paul McGann. That explores the hidden lives of tyrants such as Adolf Hitler Chairman Mao Kim Jong Il. You'll be right there in their meeting rooms, private quarters on the battlefield and in their bunkers, close and personal with some of history's most evil leaders. Watching on as they make the decisions that shape the world as we know it. There's Kim Jong Il, a man consumed by a love hate relationship at the West Because he never really left North Korea. He took what he saw in Hollywood films to be realism. North Korea became very good at selling drugs and making and selling counterfeit $100 bills, trafficking people in ivory and later nuclear secrets and weapons. Anything that a criminal empire would do, And this was all backed up with the state's mites. Joseph Stalin, the man who turned Russia into a superpower and set the stage for the Cold War, Stalin found rushed Mhm. Good afternoon from the bunny leading the way Home Traffic.

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"paul mcgann" Discussed on Next Stop Everywhere: The Doctor Who Podcast

Next Stop Everywhere: The Doctor Who Podcast

06:53 min | 1 year ago

"paul mcgann" Discussed on Next Stop Everywhere: The Doctor Who Podcast

"Release and he notice Tom Baker's face isn't on that it's Paul mcgann. So he the eighth doctor so So yeah. This audio version didn't star Tom Baker either. It started Paul mcgann as the eighth doctor. Essentially Daffy. The story as an eighth doctor story but Lalo. Award had returned as Ramana and this time John Leeson was doing the voice of Canine as he should have done because I'm not I tend to prefer John Lewis Dave Brierley but you know teach their own and So it was great to hear John Leeson Voicing Canine the story. So it's this is a pretty good adaptation. It's a little odd. Where essentially you have the eighth doctor kind of. Going back and. reliving an adventure that we knew happened to the fourth doctor and he's meeting four doctor companions. So it's it's it's a little jarring in that regard but again it's just it was so great just to hear Shahdeh. In some kind of form completed. So I recommend it's it's kind of one of those little oddball curiosities that if. After you after you watch shot this animated version if you're curious about it. I recommend checking it out. Right. So like I said, a lot of trivia tried to narrow it down and still talked a lot about trivia. Let's get into our main topics. So long last. Three topics this time. Topic Number One let's talk about the fourth doctor? The second Romana and Canine Mark To. Here we have Tom Baker being you know pretty much his Tom Baker peak in a Lotta. Ways paired with Lalla Ward who does some great banter with Tom Baker in this and We have canine being time in this season season seventeen being voiced by David Brierley of thankfully Leeson returns to the role in season eighteen, the following season so. Jesse. Let's start with you first what did you make of the fourth doctor in this one in robot and in this version of the hardest team so I if I'm going to quote you often you're just so charming. You're that passionate about the voice of Canine saying Eve reminds me of springsteen fans like no. No, no Neil should've done the guitar solo instead of Little Steven. It so God bless you i. appreciate that I feel like this. In and I say this a lot. This is too long of a story the six episodes it it needed a good it. There is a good plot. There is a good story. Think it needed and in and I realize but Josie back then they were six I, get all that I'm just saying from perspective of twenty twenty like this could have been a good. You know ninety minute tight really great episode because there's so many good elements of the story right and. Chopped into four instead of six. Yes. You think it would have been better off I personally think it would have and I think you could've told the same story I don't think you needed ally and I'm not saying there's Filler I'm just saying it. They're just it. They took a long way around not just pacing take a drink everyone. I do think. Someone mentioned this and I know I mentioned before right like if you watched a old seventies TV show like you'll see Barnaby Jones Mike. Mannix, pull up at you know in front of a house get out of the car walk up the sidewalk, go all the way to the door. You're like no way they're doing this in modern TV, right? Like maybe you know and no dialogue either just it's just doing. Different style. It is a very different style because I saw like when we saw Chris. Walking to get to the class of me? I am not. You know I i. Am certainly not the expert in classic, but it is great to see. Ramana, and the doctor interact back and forth I really like her. He's like he's like their chemistry I like the chemistry a lot. They both seem to really enjoy olery. I love the fact. That she is an equal. I've every time. I watch a classic episode and Youtube will have to convince me. Why I'm wrong. But I go I regret the modern errors decision to get rid of gala free. I I just think there was much storyline and that history was nice to see the better in old time Lord Right we get to that segment it just it was a nice little bonus so I love the fact that you know she is a time Lord as well and they have this. You, know there's discussions about protocol and in history and all this stuff it some really really nice things And Canine did what he's supposed to do. He shot his ray he called Tom Baker. Master. He, Canine was very canine ish, this episode and I. Well, you know we also helped out helping Romana and Clare with with professor cornutus is target. And piloting that and so. The heartbeat. Code. So yeah, Canine Canine was you know just good stuff Very. Very nice. Nice. All right. All right. Just just just justice trying to play it safe here I see. So all right. So Dave. Any thoughts about the fourth Doctor Romana Canine? This one? 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"paul mcgann" Discussed on Five(ish) Fangirls Podcast

Five(ish) Fangirls Podcast

16:10 min | 2 years ago

"paul mcgann" Discussed on Five(ish) Fangirls Podcast

"Just stop backup backup my truck and just load me up on Daddy grabby him. Yeah Yeah so then. The weeks Months Leading Up to the fiftieth. 'cause like the first 'cause I started filming in April of Twenty Thirteen A and we really did not know a whole lot other than it was going to be Matt. Smith Smith was the doctor. At the time David tennant would be returning and so with Billie Piper in some capacity but and thanks but that's all we really knew. They had announced John Hurt was going to be in it yet but they didn't say what he who he was going to be and they announced the lane we delayed Elizabeth? And and yeah there's just extra cast and then The end of whatever sees a name of the officer and then it's like. Hey here's John Day. The Not Dr. Like what so you know in the in the name of the doctor. Though the little lettering they put up there. It's like introducing. John hurt as the doctor yet at that time time so and that was in May and we're like what bamber about the Like they showed showed a trailer or something at San Diego Comic Con. I believe and a and this probably wouldn't happen again but somehow as much as people like to complain about Steven Moffat Somehow Stephen Moffatt was able to convince all those people at Sandia Comma cod to not release a damn thing it gets out. You are getting anything until the twenty third essentially yes I remember people worse people over in the UK were so oh mad that America got the trailer I. We're all like excuse us that was like a room full of people in San Diego. It wasn't all of yeah. Just kill man like you. Just keep your mouth shut. Yeah within as we got closer we get more the they'd start the marketing campaign with the Hashtag Safe Day. And we get like these like we got like this. It wasn't a trailer and it was like a teaser thing but it was just like take images and sounds from the fifty years of doctor he'll And there were some like Easter. Stir eggs for the special coming. But we didn't know what they meant because we didn't yes. We now context At then we got actual trailer like like a week before or something like that. It was really it was really it was really close to you. Know released a before we finally actually got to see like any actual footage from before that like he he week or so before or a couple of weeks before they needed the decided to give us a carrots. I guess to appease the mob with the pitchfork by I bringing back palm again this this was actually on his mind. I remember this him the regeneration ration- that we never got to see with the short the night of the doctor. When that was I mean lost our collective minds eye Oughta me with the surprise in joy with your hands whatsoever and it's like it's like the BBC you cheeky little trolls? They're just like here. You have this little short and we're like okay. Sure what any yeah. I will walk us and like I got like someone tweeted something. What are you guys I think and all over the place by that point like we were all like facebook friends? I I I was like I think I was. I think the first one up and online just because of time zones and stuff so like I was like tagging all of us so hopefully you saw that before anything else I I say before you click on anything else spoil it was. It was something like that because I mean my my time zones two hours behind you and I wouldn't suppose at the time for me. I was in New Mexico so I was you Chrissy. Yeah and I was like I was like half half awake Mike K.. What is this on my phone okay? I'll watch it whatever doctor but not the one you were expect dislike wine away sir. I sat straight up and was like why back it up. Excuse me what is this Yup and what you got. Who does that whole well day? I was just like I couldn't get off and I couldn't get off the Internet. I was basically doing Paul. mcgann's eighth actor actor dance. Yes I went to work later that evening and I was just I was useless. They didn't care yeah hoping he can ruin my day. Paul mcgann's doctor. In some of the Canyon they finish Gut canonized here. The fiftieth anniversary special could be complete and utter crap. I got this. We've got what Paul mcgann back as a doctor. He's gotten regeneration so we don't have this fits into the timeline big finish cannon. The like from here on out big finishes had it's like it doesn't even matter that that they'll probably add companions Indians to to to hate doctors. Run or anything. It's like nope. It's they're Charlie. We Got Lucy we got we got Tamsin. Oh and Molly Molly Molly was I. Think at that point yes was horribly. Yeah are they getting goosebumps thinking about it. It is. It's done so well it's like it's like six six minutes in change. And they they they did. It is like the the doctor when he gets temporarily revived by the sisterhood. The car and she's like you've got a little under four minutes left that's literally. How much is left in the in the in the bench? They pulled a twenty four. Yeah Yeah it's like meeting. Oh she's so much fun and then the very next Salt Lake Comic Con Palm Again and Colin Baker. They were both there but poem again was there and and I you know I brought it up to him and like our so happy to see you in night of the doctor. New Year's like Oh yes wasn't that great and I was like wasn't a great. It was on your birthday and he was like yeah. I mean if you've ever met Paul mcgann's kind of unassuming in kind of quiet but you could you kind of grew into and I said that and I was like I just it is time. So it's like that and then there's a little prequel pre story short thing called the last day which it from the perspective of Egalitarian soldier on their first day. And you see the what happens when the daleks break the sky. Trenches and are when arcadia falls So we get that That short little but that it works as a precursor but also the that same the soldier in that Short who is training the rookie. Soldier is the same soldier that the war doctor later takes the gun. I'm from to shoot no more into the wall so there is there some that one wasn't there yeah. There wasn't as Earth shattering his night of the doctor. But I try to do that again. Yeah they tried. They tried to blow our minds again. I think we would have been mush. Yeah Yeah So. Oh and then for the fiftieth and we get the special special proper itself today of the doctors which God I love. I just get my notes I just wrote in big letters. I love this story I can watch this one over and over and over and over and I have but I just I just love. This story is so so so good. Yes I mean. We've talked about all these different anniversary special to this point and the five doctors joked air. You know we're just gonNA throw them all together and play in the sandbox box in a new one works for that one. But they didn't want. I mean they didn't necessarily want to do that for this because it kind of hard to do anyway anyway. But but I remember like Stephen Moffatt Talking about not a lot of interviews. He's like well. Yeah we're celebrating the fiftieth anniversary but we want to set up for. You know what's to come or you know to set up. Set up more story for the doctor in the future and you know we were talking about the three doctors how up until that point the third doctor had been earthbound and at the end of that story he gets the time circuit back to two so he can when you go in the hardest. So it's like they were. They did kind of the same thing at the end. There was done a little smaller scale. But you know now it's like okay. He actually actually saved gala free and now he's got to go look for it and so you know we're setting up what we're going to be doing for the next little while at least yeah well this this I mean this is the anniversary special. You get when one. You've got a decent budgets. Yes you know people in charge that. Actually you know Stephen Moffatt was a fan and had been a fan for a long time. I mean this is yeah So you get someone who's a fan understands the history and the significance and what came before and where for the show is going also to and Realizes that fifty years is a a big deal. It's like if you're GONNA do it. You're gone to your. It's not taking your toy box. It's not taking making the toy store. It is taking the entire universe and dumb to get in the sandbox and going. I'm going to use as much of this. Says possible good. In a way that makes sense unlike previous anniversary specials. Where Yeah you could find ways is to justify having multiple doctors together? It's like how do you figure out companions. You WanNa make sure to make sure that they're recognized to in a way that makes says They did you know by involving unit again. You know you got the doctors history. Gala Alfred. Lauren unit seemed to be like the three poles of anniversary specials for a good chunk of them and Able to canonize things and then also clarify things. Maybe not being clear from in the past is just you can tell this written by someone who knows what he was working with. It's like it's like the difference between having me try and cook you something in the kitchen and having like a master chef make your something in the kitchen so and of course they still bluer mines. with all the Easter eggs among other things you're going to the black archive which is still a thing. That gets referenced Just doing a a recording episode of the social side podcast in we did resolution and you see the Black Archive mentioned on the computer screen in that episode. So it's like it's like a thing So you know you've got all these like physical physical Easter eggs river songs high-heeled shoes back the clamps from Doomsday Now when Kate Stuart's talking about how all the doctor's companions have to be fully vetted and they've got that board and and it's not just the Yeah there's the obvious companions like we see Susan then you know. We see Sarah Jane A- Jamie but you also they made sure to include clot of of characters that you may not necessarily recognize it first glance and some of them you're like did they go to Earth. I don't know I can't remember but you know it's like or you know y you know. Did they ever go to Earth. Where unit would be able to get picture of them something like that but yeah I mean if you're going to do those Easter eggs like something like the Black Archive is a good way to to get that stuff in there and and they you know and they go to town now I mean even I was watching it earlier watching day the doctor earlier and is like trying to stop been looking? I couldn't catch all the pictures of Yes who was on that board now. Well according according to I got the stuff I N D D Bayer elsewhere but The the photos on the board Include Susan Mike Sara Kingdom polly. Doto Zoe Hurry Sullivan Sergeant. Benton Sir Jane. Canine Mark Three Barbara the N. Ben. Jamie obviously the Brigadier Leila Vicky Vikki Victoria Jero. Liz Shaw Ramana to Stephen Taylor Katarina Ramada.

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Fed to buy Treasury bills starting next week to ease money-market pressure

Biz 1190 Overnight featuring Bloomberg Radio

09:23 min | 2 years ago

Fed to buy Treasury bills starting next week to ease money-market pressure

"East fed judge our own Paul this week said that the central bank will resume buying treasury securities to avoid a repeat of the recent turmoil in money markets while leaving his options open on interest rates he indicated that the purchases would be made up of treasury bills and he stressed that it should not be seen as a return of crisis area Cutie I want to emphasize that the growth of our balance sheet for reserve management purposes should in no way be confused with a large scale asset purchase programs that we deployed after the financial crisis neither the recent technical issues nor the purchases of treasury bills we are contemplating to resolve them should materially alter the stance of monetary policy use of got more with Steven and is had a pack of market strategist to add ACSI trade you know let's face the facts I think the you know looking back here back twenty seventeen twenty sixteen we knew the feds they're going to have this on enviable task when it came to unwinding this massive balance sheet now you know it came to logger heads as September when there's a delusion paper hitting the markets with tax receipts going out yeah this really put a lot of pressure on overnight finding markets just couldn't find an offer the repo market so these things just reeks of trouble but you know starting on that side of the street a couple decades ago tell you funding is always tight around quarter and and especially here and so for a lot of the you know or report guys this wasn't really that much of a catastrophe but fortunately the fed to come to the rescue the provided there one week to week repose they offered overnight repose unnecessary to suit the market's concern and I really think this reserve management policy aspect of Q. we is right on I think this is enough to help out the primary dealers deal with the delusion paper that's on the street right now Stephen how much more are you expecting the fed to deliver on in terms of rate cuts as we end up twenty nineteen going to twenty twenty I think the market Smith's pricing expectations of the states markets always want more that's for sure I think what we're looking at here is the fed's pretty March a highlighter overnight lows J. power highlighted overnight is the payroll data he seems to be happy with the number coming in around the three month average coming around around a hundred fifty seven thousand that suggests that city's gonna benchmark somewhere lower we think that benchmark somewhere around a hundred thirty five thousand we think it moves below there I think the sh the feds then do share from the sort of and easing cycle to the fullest easing cycle I think is really predicated on the data the feds have definitely shifted back into data dependency counseling and one work one rate cut I would be surprised if two hits if we see a deterioration which I think is unlikely mind you the generation on the payroll data but you know we'll have to just play it by ear and see how the data plays a I mean you look at break even Steven I mean this is a measure of expected inflation and we are at the lowest level in three years how does that play into how strategy should be done in US assets at the moment with everything we've talked about historically that suggests you know there's lots of wiggle room here policy wiggle room for the fence these but you know the inflation metrics of below for so long it doesn't even appear globally the delusions central bank gazing across the board is affecting inflation in any part of the world so I'm not sure how much a deeper move lower and overnight funding is gonna have stoked inflationary first that's a concern the feds have they got to deal with this I think more so they're really concerned about the effects of this global growth the X. if weeding everywhere impacting the US economy were starting to see that the manufacturing sector we all know the big talk here everybody's worried about it moving into the consumption sector I think this is what what they're most concerned about what they really want to defend possibly by taking more aggressive preemptive action that I even think they're they're going to come come forward with later in the week the FOMC minutes show policy makers are getting down to serious business that particularly focused on inflation J. Paul is promising to offset persistent on the shooting of the fed's two percent target by line prices to run above that for a period of time the problem is that how may no longer had the central bank when it comes to the time to follow through on the advice we got more with making a moccasin global chief economist at society general if we look ahead I would expect to see further rate cuts from the fed at this stage I think the triggers for the rate cut is basically the economic data that'll be coming in slowing pace of job creation leading indicators on the PMI I think all of that will feed into the fed's decision process but I think importantly if we look at just how low the fed will go we expect that coming into twenty twenty one we will see the range on the fed funds rate at back to zero zero point twenty five and one of the reasons for that is because we're building in this idea of a new under under shoot overshoot wrote world if we can call it that on the inflation side from the fed which means that it's it's a it's not an exact science but it probably means we get about fifty basis points lower than we may have been otherwise if we were just mechanically applying the old rule from the the the the rule that's currently being communicated by the fed so I do think even in the short term it gives us more monetary easing from the US side now coming back to to my previous point I think monetary policy help stabilize the situation what I really question is whether it can give us that that lift off that we previously been thinking about you know previously when you come into a downturn the central bank eases policy trade policy help stabilize the situation what I really question is whether it can give us that that lift off that we previously been thinking about you know previously when you come into a downturn the central bank eases policy this helps credit constraints on various balance sheets and it also increases demand for credit but also importantly at bye bye getting that strong lift down on the interest rate you get that accelerating effect and I did struggle to see how that's coming through at this point in time I I belong to the group of economists that think that there is such a thing as a reversal rate where if you get interest rates very deeply into negative for very long period of time it starts actually to hurt the economy rather than help the economy now if you ask me where exactly that reversal rate is the answer is I'll tell you what we've seen it because it's not something that any of us with any accuracy can pre defined but I do think we're getting lower levels I still think monetary policy is positive at this stage but just not that strong acceleration okay which was talk about the fact that straight to your because you take me very naturally that have we hate is a reverse the race with a negative rates in Europe at the moment but I think what we're seeing is a it's a very fragmented picture across Europe because there is the German rates yeah as for example the Italian right so it's a very different picture but what we have seen and I think this is an indication that we are getting closer to that reversal rate we have seen a lot of noise out of the German financial industry some of the the larger managers there warning us about the potential damages of those very low interest rates and very negative interest rates as a process over the longer term keep in mind that the German banks will find it very difficult to pass on the negative rates to their retail consumers keep in mind that the pension and insurance companies will also be struggling the lower the longer rate environment stays with us for and then there's a final point to the lower for longer is that it has been encouraging that hunt for yield so at some point in time we can be concerned how much longer can you continue to sustain asset valuations that a mismatch with fundamentals but being supported by liquidity okay I'm gonna should be a Greek government bond jeans at you and I I'm Tracy myself with old live three thirty five forty percent years that have like a ten year government bond paper what I need to know from you is what back one point forty one attends yesterday grease joined the negative bone to cloud the issue thirteen week bills negative point zero two is this is this Paul McGann madness or is it perfectly acceptable logic I think it's perfectly acceptable logic and for two reasons for this so first of all if we think about what's going on today are we worried that there's going to be a new debt restructuring increase and to my mind the answer is no are we worried that we're going to see and in the foreseeable future any kind of except by Greece from the euro again my answer is no and as an investor looking at grace looking at a hunt for you to Asian it makes perfect sense to go into Greece at this point in time just from the from the belief of those two questions now of course if things start to deteriorate again we could be in a very different a position but in the short time I think it's very consistent what we're seeing

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"paul mcgann" Discussed on Who Positive

Who Positive

07:53 min | 2 years ago

"paul mcgann" Discussed on Who Positive

"Eighth Doctor. Time more three. Yes more big. Finish more fantastic big. Finish eighth doctor. Adventures are something that I always look forward to. I hope that they keep producing many eighth doctor series for ever never never. I just can't get enough. Palm again is the eighth doctor. He's got some great companions one of my favorite campaigns ever Charlotte Pollard. Was An eighth doctor. Companion and with bliss. He has another great companion. You get to learn more about her back story in this box set and you get to delve into the time more some more with the eighth doctor which is also really cool. I love the juxtaposition of the eighth doctor. Not Wanting to be involved the time more at all and then taking the potion that the sisterhood of karn offers him and deciding to become a warrior. Because that's what these times call for. I just think that that's really cool. And I think you see why the eighth doctor would make a choice like that through these time. War Box sets great stuff but the best part of this box set is the last adventure in the four adventure box set and that is the war val yard now. I love the character of the value. I think the idea of a enemy being the future. Dark part of the doctor is really awesome. I love the ways that they're able to bring the value back from time to time. We've seen him in other big finish adventures. And of course she saw in trial of a time. Lord and I believe he's made some appearances in other media as well but what I really like about that is that it is not the master who is a totally different character. That's this is actually a possible future. Doctors dark side and however they explained what creates value. It is the doctor biting himself. And I just think that that is a cool concept and I think that they're able to pull it off really well whenever they use the value. They always have a really good idea going in now when we first met the valued in trial of time Lord the last episode of trial of a time Lord is we know did not go the way they intended. They weren't able to use the original script for it. Because Eric say word left but this they going with a plan and it's really great for us to hear Michael Jason. Back in the part and having face off against the eighth doctor. Which again is Romantic doctor Doctor. That has a lot of heart cares very much about his companions. The world doesn't want to be part of the time more so the value add up against that is an interesting juxtaposition and I enjoyed it greatly with the eighth doctor. Stuff any place you really want to jump into with big finish is a good place to start with talker. Pretty much any of the sets. You could just jump in and that'd be great place for you to start. I of course highly recommend starting with a storm warning the first eight doctor adventure but you know jumping wherever you feel comfortable because the doctor stuff is really easy to get into and Paul mcgann is a pro at the audio stuff. That's where his doctor really came to life. Most so you see a doctor. That's really been developed through the audio and that's really cool to a doctor time worth three. I can't believe they're still telling great time war stories. I was really dubious when they said they were going to do it. But they have exceeded my expectations at every turn meds so I started PROZAC last week. And I gotta say it has really helped a lot. I am not having those catastrophic thoughts that I was having before that I couldn't dismiss Now if I have some kind of catastrophic scenario playing in my head like I get hit by a bus today or something like that I'm able to easily dismiss it. You know kind of say thank you thought for trying to keep me sharp. But I'm going to focus on some other stuff now. by focuses way up Energy levels are up. The medicine has helped a whole lot. And I am very glad that I So it helped that I that I got help because I was in a really dark bad place and now I'm feel like I'm coming out the other side and I'm I'm feeling much much better. I'm really glad that I took the steps. I did and I would encourage people if you are in a place like that. You know. Medication doesn't have to be forever Sometimes people are just in a in a place where they need some help lifting themselves out of a deep depression and once they get themselves reset to normal they. They can t go off the meds. I did that once before about ten years ago and now I'm to try it again. I'm going to see if this is something where I would need to pay possibly be a more permanent vacation or perhaps I will talk to my doctor again. You're numb. She'll be like no. You're cool you can go off of it and whatever she whatever she decides. That's that's the advice that I will follow but yeah it's been it's been a great great help but I I have a very much appreciated the support of people. It's just been really great to see that people care and that Now and that. There's there's relief for this. I mean it's something that you manage. It's not something that you cure but at the medicine is definitely helping me manage and I am very very grateful. Dr Who Series Twenty Six Blu Ray. So the final season of classic. Who is going to be released as a Blu Ray box set the BLU ray box sets? I have found have been awesome the special features that they load them with our fantastic and in the preview for this one we get to see so altered back and character as ace which was very very cool. I will post a link to that so if you haven't gotten a chance to watch that yet you can check it out a big. Fan of the BLU ray box sets. I mean it's not just seeing the episodes like in crystal clear Blu Ray but it's also the special features that a little more than the new commentaries and all that stuff if you are already a fan of the classic era of Dr Who than the Blu. Ray Box sets really make a fine addition to your collection if you're looking for a way to watch the classic era of Doctor Who I highly recommend a box subscription because that way you get a tons of episodes But if you wanted something that you could watch on Blu Ray than the blue box at checkout but the special features are really. The Star of the box sits there. They put a lot of time and effort into the special features. And that's where it's at with this kind of stuff. It was really the the value added material six. I'm really excited about it. As everyone knows. The seventh doctor is in my highest tier of doctors. I really liked what Lester McCoy. Brought to the rule he was one of the doctors that was with me the longest because I kept falling his adventures in the Virginia Adventures Books And I'm still reading those so I feel way that the seventh doctor never really left my consciousness. So that's probably why he's one of my top tier doctors and I love the darkness that he had I love. He's weird affectation. I loved his rolling of his honors. And all of that by some doctor very excited. There isn't a season. I think I'm looking forward to on BLU ray. More than season twenty six. I could mend that later but for now I think that's that's sure season. Twenty six of the season most looking forward to for a blue box. Set the interviews and stuff like that are going to be awesome. I can just very excited. That's all for this episode. I've been Andy. This has been positive. Thank you for listening..

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"paul mcgann" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

05:22 min | 3 years ago

"paul mcgann" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Unemployed actor booth. Has some booze. This is a fast superior drink to meths wackos. Don't drink it because they can't afford it and in Kenya ever forgive me. He plays a charming untrustworthy real life Griffin named Jack hawk. He is the confidant and then co conspirator of the real life literary forger Lee Israel played by Melissa McCarthy. Lost time, I saw you. We were both presently pissed some horrible book potty. I'm right. Right. Slowly, flooding back to me. By drink the posh writer. Thank you. Craig? The role just got grant his first Academy Award nomination as well as a gazillion other nominations and awards, and he is here to talk about with. No and Jack hawk and some other character is played during the thirty years in between Richard E grant welcomed the studio three sixty. Thank you very much. And you are here. We're Lee Israel was five years ago. Seriously. Yes, indeed. Well, please tell me about she. She was full of energy and fun and not very contrite and how difficult not at all. She was happy to be here. I've that's unusual to hear. Yes. Keep hearing her marginally and prickly. She you have a obviously an English accent. You have a distinct accent that you attribute entirely too. You're somewhat peculiar growing up. I grew up in spas land, which is the smallest country in the southern hemisphere in south east Africa between Mozambique and South Africa. And it was under British protectorate jurisdiction when I was growing up because my father was the minister of education, which is by went to school. So I suppose the the way that I speak is people identified it. I emigrated to London in nineteen eighty two. That's it was like somebody who spoke from the nineteen fifties. Because expatriate expatriate community that I suppose we're in a time warp does it make you seem more posh than you were? I'm sure does. Yeah. Yeah. Absolutely. No longer. I looked it up. Yes. If the kingdom of two months. Ago changed the king changed its name on the fiftieth anniversary of its independence from the British. So it's not called S. So this diction. Owing to your colonialist childhood. Did it affect the roles for what you were cast you if you're an English actor you inevitably get cost in everything from Agatha Christie to dickens to. Historically based project. So I think that's probably because of the way I look and sound deficit affected my costing. Yeah. It's almost for somebody else to decide how do you do? And and usually the expenses. That a casting director or director chooses you. According to how they think you fit into the vision of something so kind of taught for higher rainy tart for higher the next memoir. You're gonna right come on. Grammont southern Africa. Did you decide at five or ten or twelve that you wanted to be an actor? How did that come about? I never it didn't seem realistic from where I grew up because was no precedent for it to your living is an actor. And I think my my father thought that I'd be destitute and spend my life wearing makeup in tights you. Go you go. As I'm sitting here in tights as we speak. So with Nolan I there are I it's hard to think of many more memorable debuts in film. Then you had in that movie. Well, thank you. The irony is, that's I played an unemployed actor, and that film has led to every subsequent job that I've ever had. So how did Bruce Robinson the writer and director of with Nolan? I find you end up casting you he had offered it to Daniel Lewis because he turned that down to do the unbearable likeness of being it then left the field. Open for everybody else. He's a drinker. Terrible drinker in that film, and you aren't and haven't been ever right now. My father is not my grandfather was but I assume that you didn't take up the family. The tradition. I thought I might have been because I couldn't keep alcohol down for more than ten minutes. I thought it was psychosomatic. And I had a blood test with a doctor when I was seventeen and he said, you have no enzyme you can never ever drink. It's completely toxic so expensive alcohol whatsoever. But you were able to observe people in drunken condition. Oh, yeah. Yeah. ES concentration that they need to get across the room trying to not appear drunk. So that seemed to be the key to how to play it or talk about one of my very favorite scenes in that film, which is the ending. Your character says goodbye to his friend, the Paul Mcgann character and leaves you standing alone at the zoo in London, and you playing Whitney launches into this speech. And this is it on a piece of work has a man how noble in reason how..

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"paul mcgann" Discussed on Awards Chatter

Awards Chatter

04:21 min | 3 years ago

"paul mcgann" Discussed on Awards Chatter

"Absolutely. This is this is the perfect of what you're supposed to look like. So then met Bruce. And he said what the she's what what are you looked like I said, well this, and they said what he reading I said rubs and Crusoe. Just cheer ridiculous. I said, it's an awful. My defoe. And he said, yeah, I'm familiar with that what you think the script. I said it was really funny. He said what you read. So I did I said two words folk it four four. Yeah. And somehow the script and flying out of my hand my fingers, what missile towards his eyes. And he laughed. I didn't know at the time. This was the first time he had loft or anybody doing scrip in two months. So as a result of those two words, I was then called back the next day. And then everyday for two weeks, I was auditioning with other actors, and I thought at this point having never been up for film addition in my life. That they were using me as it got a stupid because at cost my part, and I was being used to read in while the actual actor had got it was sunning himself, Miami all fence somewhere. So I then got cost, and when that movie came out, it literally changed my professional life completely unattached, and Phil let's not get out of ourselves here. So you're playing a struggling actor act out of actor inspired by apparently, the real British actor, Vivian, MAC mccarroll. This struggling actor with his house bends basically, all of his time, drinking bitching and fighting a may not taking drugs just there's no plot. There's no plot. But it people just die laughing at the situations in the dialogue. And again, this is you in your first film role. The great irony, which we'll just get it out of the way. Now, because I know it's probably the thing you're asked about the most you're playing a absolute alcoholic and yet allergic to welcome all. You yourself had had alcohol what like once in your life. The director of insisted that I I drink on the night before the penalty rehearsals before we started shooting in the lake district in the north of England that he said, you have to have a chemical memory of what it is like to be absolutely Bleda drunk. So I said why really need to do that? Because my father is now a wholly assumed seventeen. It was psychosomatic that I couldn't keep alcohol down. I went to doctor had blood test. And he said you have no enzyme in. You'll system you can never drink. It's completed toxic to you. So Bruce insisted and I then spent a whole night trying to get a bottle champagne down my face, I managed Kemp throwing up drinking throwing up. So when I was driven to the student the next morning, I was almost paralytic drunk and managed to get through about half half and is worth with the dialogue, which Paul Mcgann, whose pay me Ella. Paul and Bruce Robinson where historically laughing at me. And then I passed out in my own. Twenty four hours later. So that was your sense of what it is to be drunk. But I guess in other question, this film, sort of stab wished you as a guy who is very funny. Did you have a comedic bent before? Would you have guessed that if you made it in the movies? It would be a comedic part. No. I had no no idea. What's whatsoever? No preparation for that at all. And you have said that during going to spend my whole life doing checkoff in the really. Yeah. And you it said that even throughout the making of with now, and I didn't really even expect that it would be released much less become this call classic that still has people quoting it thirty two years later. Well, there was an American producer who worked handmade films, and he ran had made films that Joel Howson founded and financed. And he said that this film is unreliable. It's unfunny. The title is unpredictable. There are no women in there. No, call chases in nineteen. Hundred six when we were shooting. It crocodile Dundee was the big big global hit, and he said, an crocodiles moral straight. So we thought we were absolutely snoot. There was no chance at the movie was ever gonna come out on the ACO said there's no plot. Right. And there's nobody will ever heard of in the movie I thought we would fall when it was actually released. I don't know that it was a commercial triumph or anything..

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"paul mcgann" Discussed on Awards Chatter

Awards Chatter

03:38 min | 3 years ago

"paul mcgann" Discussed on Awards Chatter

"Absolutely. This is this is the perfect what you're supposed to look like. So then met Bruce. And he said what the fuck she's what what he looked like this? And they said what reading I said rubs and Crusoe. Just cheer ridiculous. I said it's an oval. My defoe. And he said, yeah, I'm familiar with that. What do you think of the script? I said it was really funny. He said we read. So I did I said two words folk it four forget. Yeah. And somehow the script and fly out of my hand my fingers, what missile towards his eyes. And he laughed. I didn't know at the time. This was the first time. He had laughter. Anybody doing scrip in two months? So as a result of those two words, I was then called back the next day. And then everyday for two weeks, I was auditioning with other actors, and I thought at this point having never been up for film addition in my life. That they were using me as a stupid because they'd cost my part, and I was being used to read in while the actual actor had got it was sunning himself Miami fan somewhere. So then got cast. And when that movie came out, it literally changed my professional life completely untidy, and Phil let's not get out of ourselves here. So you're playing a struggling actor act out of actor inspired by apparently, the real British actor, Vivian, MAC mccarroll. This struggling actor with his house Benz, basically all of his time, drinking, bitching and fighting array. I may not taking drugs just there's no plot. There's no plot. But had people just die laughing at the situations in the dialogue. And again, this is you in your first film role. The great irony, which we'll just get it out of the way. Now, because I know it's probably the thing you're about the most you're playing a absolute alcoholic and yet allergic to Elko, you yourself had had Oklahoma. What like once in your life? Yeah. The director of insisted that I drink on the night before the parental rehearsals before we started shooting in the lake district in the north of England that he said, you have to have a chemical memory of what it is like to be absolutely Bleda drunk. So I said why Henry need to do that? Because my father is now a wholly assumed in seventeen it was like a Matic that. I couldn't keep all down. I went to doctor who blood test. And he said, you have no enzyme in your system, you can never drink. It's completely toxic to you. So Bruce insisted and I. Then spent a whole night trying to get champagne down my face, I managed Kemp throwing up drinking throwing up three. So when I was driven to the student the next morning, I was almost paralytic drunk and managed to get through about half half. And is worth with the dialogue which Paul Mcgann who's yes. And Bruce Robinson were historically laughing at me. And then I passed out in my own bed twenty hours later. So that was your sense of what it is to be drunk. But I guess in other question, this film sort of stabbed you as a guy who is very funny. Did you have a comedic bent before? Would you have guessed that if you made it in the movies? It would be a comedic part. No. I had no no idea. What's whatsoever? No preparation for that at all. And you have said that during those going to spend my whole life doing checkoff in the really. Yeah. And you it said that even throughout the making of with now, and I didn't really even expect that it would. Be released much less become this Cole classic that still has people quoting it thirty two years later..

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"paul mcgann" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

02:12 min | 3 years ago

"paul mcgann" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"Katy Perry in two thousand fifteen which means Steve is the smarter one. Donna is not an so sad. Susan, we cannot give you these four pack of tickets to the Saint Paul Mcgann show, but we will get you a consolation prize of a fantastic shoutout to all of our listeners. You're the airwaves or your Susan? I would greening let radio. Who performed with? No one remembers anything else. I don't remember being there. You know, what I Don? I get you proud though, good. Sounds like a participation. All right. All right. Call again tomorrow. I'm all right. Same time. Same drive carefully. Time now for the total tally. Yes. Of course. And remember friends, I would just say it's like bet on black on black right now. Donna's red and blacks hitting a lot in Vegas bet on black until it goes red. If I told you once I've told you a million times, nobody likes you. It's got nothing to do with who's gonna win. This is gonna be supported. No, I'm just kidding. I don't I don't like these ties. I do so bad Ari. Go ahead. Go ahead. Go ahead. Go ahead. Well, the total wins for Donna. And Steve for the college. Pop culture knowledge is Steve. Twenty twenty five. Steve just hit the twenty five Mark here. Donna is at ten. What's her total? Donna is at ten. Cool. Okay. Here's the deal is with recess to. I would like to know how many of those were ties. Yeah. I should probably start working lows. Just put a little teen. Like hockey standings. Now, we know which ones were overtime. Yes. Thank you for watching on Facebook live, by the way. You know? It.

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"paul mcgann" Discussed on KHVH 830AM

KHVH 830AM

11:09 min | 3 years ago

"paul mcgann" Discussed on KHVH 830AM

"This is this is Hamilton. History. You just do Kramer is Lincoln, and you get the old cast back from Seinfeld. My gosh. This is brilliant Manuel. Miranda should becoming an. Good guy. I don't know what that history would look like, but that is a billion dollar musical for you. Right. There is fantastic. What happened to Kramer, dude? You know? I mean, I know he went off on a racist rant at one point. There was an issue at a comedy club. Yes. He was it was I mean that you think about this up bad one one of the earliest sort of YouTube moments that affected somebody's career that can think of. Yeah, he went in. I mean, it was it was a very bad moment is he's been omitted many times says he was being taunted by someone in the crowd who happened to be African American was looking for a way to get under the skin and decided to use words, you do not use. Yeah. In that fashion. He is I would say he's made. He's actually recovered from that some point with the nj Ganic assists to Jerry Seinfeld who has so much credibility with everybody. And he kept going on the air and saying, look, you know, he just put him on as big he's put him back in shows that he's done. Yeah. He he was on a curb your enthusiasm a few times, he's come back at some level from that. But he is funny. He's watching Seinfeld with the kids. Now, you know, we we finished watching Cosby. And so they have their Bill with a pedophile. And now, you're going into the racists. Yeah. No, no. So we're watching Seinfeld. And it's it's a lot funnier. I mean, I've always thought it was funny. It's a lot funnier than I remember there. Absolutely dislike. I mean, you got that the first time around, but they really are also shallow and dislike -able, which is the first time. I'm a sitcom was like that. There was no sitcoms before that had the entire cast except for the crazy neighbor unlikable, right? Kramer is likable. He crazy crazy way. The guy who is always like, no that's not right. Yeah. He's also insane. Yeah. He's insane. But the I saw an episode though, do you remember the Indian cigar episode? Yeah. Go back and watch that now. It's on fricken believe do you? Remember, we did this a couple of weeks ago. There's a new list of the ten Seinfeld episodes that are no longer than the worst moment here. Maybe maybe that was Pat was here. And it was I can't remember what the other controversy was. There was another like old TV show controversy, and we went over this list and these moments, you know, there's a lot of him in that show that couldn't be made today. I mean, even even going back to the more recent history, the office Steve Carell said in an interview you couldn't make that show. There was an article that there was an article out yesterday or today about how stand up comedy is dead. And I'm like, no, it's it's really not. It's not dead. It's just dead for this generation because you can't because nobody can take a joke. It will with with what was it with terror and slaughter return? The gods of the copybook headings are coming back. And so stand up comedy will come back. It's just going to be after a nasty episode here. It's interesting you say that was the Louis C K thing. Recently has has had me thinking about this a lot because he had this apparently terrible moment where he was Fasching the parkland victims, and he was saying that, you know, the he was saying that it's almost like they're trying to be treated as royalty. These people who were demanding you call them what they say they want to be called. And he was just kind of mocking cultural a cul culture, and everyone was bashing him for it. And I happened to hear Jim Norton. Who's a, you know, great and like a first amendment hero. Who's always being here for the first amendment? And he he talked about this in his his take was it's never going to change. It is never going back. It's never going to go back to a time. Where people actually took the joke. It's never going to go back to a time where people weren't offended single thing. He's take was never, and that's depressing because I will there's a part of me that was optimism about the idea of social media, and all these things in that we were one of the first sort of targets in this world, right? Like this show would get targeted by you know, stupid groups like media matters. And every. To be funny. Believe it or not this show used to be funny. I mean that was our main goal was to be funny everyday. Then our main goal was just stay on the air. Well, weather the weather the storm, and we got so attacked from all sides over and over and over again, it was really hard for a long period of time to still say what I believe. Yeah. I mean, you still did it then we had products from it right in my take at the time was this was new to people like these ca- company right used to get ten complaint letters a year. Right. And then all of a sudden they get a hundred emails in a day about the same thing in their minds. It would turn into oh my gosh. Everyone's this is worse than we've ever seen before we have to fail from the sponsor or we have to you know. We have to stop advertising on a show or whatever the change was. We have to make a statement to show that we are not on the side of these hateful, things whatever they were going to check. And I my initial thought on that was people would eventually realize that these are mailing lists. Right. This is before social media, really. It was more like the mailing lists and emails as if he's our mailing list. This is just like, it's a dumb activism group. That's just it's their they're fraudulently showing outrage to try to get you to hurt their enemy politically. And I thought eventually companies would be like, oh, I mean, we've seen this a thousand times as Adriatic I'm not getting involved in this. You know, what we don't? We don't back anybody's show that we advertise on. It's not what we do. Here we make pancakes or whatever it is. And really it's it's been the opposite. It's just now everyone folds over everything the second this happens on the left, and right and people just as soon as there's a complaint about something look at the school yesterday with the Maga had kit the school that knows these particular children. Their immediate reaction was. We denounce everything they've ever done in their lives. And of course, now they're having to back off of this. Because the video clearly shows that there was no evidence gonna let me say this because it's it's it's like, it's like lemon juice in an open wound on a leftist. Now, Stu they acted like Martin Luther King. They stood there. And they did not. Yell at them. They did not fire back silently. And they did they protested in a restrained way by every all the video evidence. We have right now. Testing. For the boss. Exactly. They were targeted by two professional groups of protesters. Yeah, they were targeted those guys on both of those groups the the what is it African American Jews or whatever it is. And the native American protest group. They've never had this much publicity before they've never had. But they were targeted that group was targeted to do. Exactly because they knew what the press would do, and they milked it for everything. And it was worth as lied to the press said things that happened in the press doesn't care that they were lied to. They don't seem to be pissed off about all. Nope. And that's the thing. Like I have over this time and going through this firsthand we've dealt with this for now fifteen twenty years, and it's like you get the sense that maybe it is never going to change. Maybe it was this point where we just won't joke any with terror and slaughter the gods of the copybook headings will return read that Paul Mcgann. It's going to happen. It's just going to be horrible to get back to it. Let me just finish with telling you the story. In fact, I would you write this down. I'm going to the prop storehouse today or the prop storeroom that I have. And I am picking up. This gar store Indian that. I have. Have in storage, and I'm gonna put it right there. Right behind me. So every day it sitting there. Anyway. The so this this episode is so telling and shows where we are and shows the right thing at America was laughing at this. But America was laughing at it because it tells the truth about America, the he picks up. Remember, he's offended, Elaine. I think and so he's standing he's trying to get every wants to get her something and he sang in the cigar store. And he's like, oh, that's great. That's so kitschy, that's cool. Because it's so kitschy. He's like I get that. How much is that? And it was like twelve hundred dollars, which is not no way you could buy one now for that. And twelve hundred dollars or something like that seven hundred dollars. He picks it up. He wraps it up. And he goes to Ellen's house. They're playing card game or something. They're doing something as women. One of the women is a native American and Seinfeld walks in and he's like Hello, Judy or whatever her name is. And there's obviously some chemistry between the two, and which you couldn't do now God forbid, and he says L, and I got you something I've got you some look, and he starts to pull it off and pull off the cloth off the cigar store Indian. And she's like, no, Jerry don't. No, no. No. No. No. No. No. No. No. And he's like what this is kitschy. This is fun. This is great. He's doing it. Because it's kitchen, it's fun. And it is it is it's a part of history. And so he pulls it off. And he's doing it as a joke for her gay. It's immediately turned into a racist thing. The the native American gets up, and he tries to apologize and says, I'm sorry. I didn't I didn't know. And if that was offensive, I'm really sorry. And then he says they get back together. And he gives she gives her something gives him something the native American, and it's the Indian giver thing, and then at the end there's dating and he's like, hey, let's just made. I made an appointment at a great restaurant. So it shows how he's trying and taking it so far. What's her name? Elaine, Elaine, then says to Kramer, get this outta here. I don't want this. He's like, oh, this is great. This is kitschy. This is great. So he puts it in a cab as he's trying to find a restaurant that the two of them can go to Jerry is he says to a guy who's got his back to them. Hey, do you know where a Chinese restaurant is postman Chinese? Why you think all Chinese people know, Kramer, drives by in the car going, look, Jerry? Russia. None of.

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"Doctor you have like you can't choose your generation with the doctor can't like consciously choose his or her generation kinda happens at random randomized generate. So there's two questions. Yes. So armee member. There was a limit on how many regeneration that has. Have we reached that? When reset. Because the thing is the thing with something like that. And that's that is a thing that was written into the show back in the like seventies. And when they first started like fleshing out time Lord culture when the show I started sixty three with William Hartnell, the first doctor the phrases that I'm using time. Lord, regeneration too hard scallop. Right. None of that was part of the show. Yeah. That was all doctor was just a weird alien, and he and his granddaughter were traveling the universe in this police box that like Tartus has now become on the show the term people use for these ships. But in an episode lay the granddaughter does calling her ship the Tartus because of the initials that wasn't let the official title for it. But it's just been ret conned over time like they're all called harnesses. Yeah. So the original was like thirteen generations. And then what happened was at the end when Matt Smith became Peter capacity. There was they they had squeezed in an extra regeneration when they did the fifteen. Special. So there's a regeneration between Paul Mcgann who is a doctor who the actual play the doctor in the nine hundred TV movie who was the eighth doctor and Christopher Eccleston. Who was the ninth doctor base squeezed in John hurt as what we call the war, doctor, and the reason for that is because Eccleston didn't come back the fiftieth anniversary special so they replaced so cente- wouldn't come back for it. They wrote in this new version of a doctor to kind of fill his role. Okay. So the idea is like basically when the show came back in two thousand five when it looked kind of like had the soft reboot where it still have the old continuity, those kind of a new format show. Now, it went from being a serialized twenty two minute episodes show to being an hour each week and each hours like pretty self contained story, they introduced this concept of there had been this awful genocidal war in between when the show ended in when it came back that they called the time war and at the end of that time or the doctor it was between the doctor's race. The time lords. And their greatest enemy the doll ex. And the end the time war was at that point was written to be that the doctor did something that was called the moment. He unleashed weapon called the moment that destroyed both races. And he was the only survivor of the war. And that's why Eccleston doctor is so torn and tormented because he has this guilt of being the destructor of his own race on another race as well. Which is very against. What normally the credo of the doctor is was very anti genocidal. And yeah, there's an episode in classic who called Genesis of dollar X where the time lords send the doctor, which is Tom baker's doctor back in time to the dollars homework to try to prevent them from ever being created in the first place, and he ends up not doing it..

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"Doctor you have like you can't choose your generation with the doctor can't like consciously choose his or her generation kinda happens at random randomized generate. So there's two questions. Yes. So armee member. There was a limit on how many regeneration that has. Have we reached that? When reset. Because the thing is the thing with something like that. And that's that is a thing that was written into the show back in the like seventies. And when they first started like fleshing out time Lord culture when the show I started sixty three with William Hartnell, the first doctor the phrases that I'm using time. Lord, regeneration too hard scallop. Right. None of that was part of the show. Yeah. That was all doctor was just a weird alien, and he and his granddaughter were traveling the universe in this police box that like Tartus has now become on the show the term people use for these ships. But in an episode lay the granddaughter does calling her ship the Tartus because of the initials that wasn't let the official title for it. But it's just been ret conned over time like they're all called harnesses. Yeah. So the original was like thirteen generations. And then what happened was at the end when Matt Smith became Peter capacity. There was they they had squeezed in an extra regeneration when they did the fifteen. Special. So there's a regeneration between Paul Mcgann who is a doctor who the actual play the doctor in the nine hundred TV movie who was the eighth doctor and Christopher Eccleston. Who was the ninth doctor base squeezed in John hurt as what we call the war, doctor, and the reason for that is because Eccleston didn't come back the fiftieth anniversary special so they replaced so cente- wouldn't come back for it. They wrote in this new version of a doctor to kind of fill his role. Okay. So the idea is like basically when the show came back in two thousand five when it looked kind of like had the soft reboot where it still have the old continuity, those kind of a new format show. Now, it went from being a serialized twenty two minute episodes show to being an hour each week and each hours like pretty self contained story, they introduced this concept of there had been this awful genocidal war in between when the show ended in when it came back that they called the time war and at the end of that time or the doctor it was between the doctor's race. The time lords. And their greatest enemy the doll ex. And the end the time war was at that point was written to be that the doctor did something that was called the moment. He unleashed weapon called the moment that destroyed both races. And he was the only survivor of the war. And that's why Eccleston doctor is so torn and tormented because he has this guilt of being the destructor of his own race on another race as well. Which is very against. What normally the credo of the doctor is was very anti genocidal. And yeah, there's an episode in classic who called Genesis of dollar X where the time lords send the doctor, which is Tom baker's doctor back in time to the dollars homework to try to prevent them from ever being created in the first place, and he ends up not doing it..

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