25 Burst results for "Paul Rudd"
Paul Rudd hands out cookies to voters in the rain
"To cookies as they waited in Luigi's in lines and in the rain. Jane to vote in the general election, which is this coming Tuesday? By the way, Paul read brave the pouring rain to think waiting voters with the sweet snack You said. I want to say thank you to coming out and voting. You know,
Paul Rudd hands out cookies to voters in the rain
"Yesterday, People were lined up in the rain outside the Barkley center in Brooklyn to vote and a guy with gloves and a mask started walking around handing out individually wrapped cookies to people while they're waiting in line. That guy was actor Paul Reid. And he decided to treat people who are standing in the rain to vote with free cookies. No, he'd make himself he bought them, but still, it's a nice
Hollywood's Good Looking Debate
"There is a great Hollywood debate igniting as we speak and we need to talk about it. So it started with this tweet from one of the executive producers of one day at a time asking what male actor is the perfect level of good looking. But also seems fun funny and Goofy twitter collectively seems to think the answer is Paul Rudd. D You guys agree with that? I do. Agree with I. That is like the perfect. He's handsome. He's attractive. He's not intimidatingly attractive. But he's cute and he's also has a lot of personality. So he's just like he's he's Fine look you know what I mean like he's not like the sexiest man alive, but he's got something. Out. Here. Beers. I think he is sexy and especially when he did a man and he was only like chicken breasts, Barroga's leading up to it with all training. Okay. He turned to ninety Zadie looks going on. Who would be your picks? Yes and who did you pick? You know what is going to have to go down a rabbit hole. So follow me here. My pick was Chris Threat back in parks and rec days where he was a goofy and hard. But didn't know he was hot before he got around all hank, we'll see. The hottest NF heiress God is at that time and you know the minute he got hot s. she was like wait what. I didn't sign up for this. This is not what I wanted to go back to the. Keep on eating your Rama noodles like do not get on this diet. So. Unfortunately. The Globe show inevitable like it just happens. No matter what and it's. It's so welcomed by the person that's going through. But the people surrounding it is like I did want this. I chose Zach braff. I don't know. He was the that popped into my mind. Don't you think that makes sense like he's definitely sexy, but not overtly sexy, and he's just he has more of a specific luck. He's not liked so like he's kind of on that call ride. Oh this. Never, thought that he could. Kind Kinda. See when he's in a good suit like right there in the nice tie women minute. We were we supposed to pick someone that wasn't like overtly beautiful, but just like attractive, like has a thing. It's. Assignment I guess. So everyone just. Zach Braff to be employed. That's when he is at his sexiest is when he's consistently employ and that hasn't happened for quite some time. So he's not that sexy anymore. Why? Don't they every time I do see that graph weather that Craig I saw him at the Hollywood bowl, he always had the hottest girl with him.
‘Clueless’ Is Totally Hollywood’s Defining Teen Movie
"Years ago Sunday, the world was introduced to share Dion and tie as Clueless debuted in theaters. Directed by Amy Heckerling. The comedy followed the trio of trend obsessed but well meaning high schoolers in Beverly Hills. They navigated teen life friendship and romance. Clueless was ahead, earning just shy of 61 million bucks worldwide, about 100 3 million in today's dollars and also made a star out of Alicia Silverstone and introduced us to future stars, including Paul Rudd's Donald Phase on Jeremy Sisto on the late Brittany
"paul rudd" Discussed on The Clappers
"Partner? I should have told you. Is that when I texted you I was. Getting hammered in the bar of a crappy hotel, which is nowhere near Scotland. I had this moment of clarity. That there wasn't a single person. I ever met an entire life. I ever wanted to see again. It mostly takes place on a train, and that in itself is kind of unusual for America. Americans don't big on trying so. This is trans. A transcontinental train you get lots of. Peeled back aerial shots and you go. Wow, trying to be a nice way to say America if you can somehow hover above the train I landscape because it looks pretty awesome. Drone is a great way. Drone is to anyway really. I! Don't know if you're familiar with. Archie Panjali who? Played calendar on the good wife. She turns up in this A. Feeble what Phoebe will bridge remember that posh woman. We're all. Just like. It all makes sense. She turns out as a sort of a a small US woman. No control impulses of as an American actually. and. she's, she's involved as one of the producers of this because her producing partner Vicki Jones who. With whom she made. fleabag is this is her shot so? Does. It have some of the same deny. At a stretch, she'd say yes. I kind of think it's. It's a different show two different town. It's far more contrived. I think them fleabag is it doesn't it doesn't have the sort of like the roar nurse of fleabag? It's much more of a kind of almost like a high concept kind of thing like. Let's imagine this this happens. You know that kind of mad paper. On. And it's all contained within this. You know this really. Is it really annoying at times. It's really annoying at times. It's really fun. I look I. Think I quite liked it without loving it's It's. It's one of those things that I think it's. It's got good stuff in it. It's a neat little concept. Not all of it works a thing. It probably really hits. It's stride around episode four five. Serve as a bit of muddling along the first three. I think that. Where you kind of. I actually found Donald gleason character pretty an act. Actually I found that the characters pretty annoying at times. But also kind of empathize with him too so. Eight Scott that you know that sort of tug of war, going on where it is I, don't like them I. Actually do like them and. So it's kind of intriguing. It's a it's a neat little try without being a raging success, I think. I think I wanted to feel. one of those ones real-life sitting real lack of based on a real person. Who? Co Bio or by thank you called. The catcher was a spy obviously. Labored attempts at a play on the term Ri-. Catching knows nothing in any kind of nothing. Nothing similar at all. Does he wear this daca capitalist? Nothing He. Is a position in baseball. The people who aren't familiar with the game that originated as rounders in England in the days of your, the catcher wears a whole lot of a panorama and scratches behind the Batsman, the better and send signals to the picture of what type of ball thrown. Okay, it's an important job. This guy is also a professor and a great intellect. And somehow he finds himself caught up in the. In the Second World War, the hours is the precursor to the CIA and tasked with going and. Assassinating a German scientist who they're worried is going to deliver some secrets right at the very tail end of the war, where the Soviets and the Americans are trying to hoover up as many Nazi sciences, they can for their their own nuclear programs. He's played by Paul Rudd, Catcher, who was a spy, and he has a secret, and it's a secret that could cause his undoing, and has caused many men's undoing involved in espionage and government work of the past hundred, two, hundred, three, hundred, as many men have been compromised having this secret. And through the sexuality. AM. You you. You saw right through me. He knew what I was talking about. I thought was keeping things pretty. He's a friend of Dorothy. You're saying I would never use that expression. I'd sad that expression. Can I'm not saying that I'm gates. People using I just wouldn't use may end of persuasion who use that expression it's. Just not using anyway, it's really good. It's true. It's on the television on net flicks on the lights. Paul Rudd. He's a funny guy. He's always kind of the same easygoing mankind of swept up in things, not not much of A. Catalyst, but these is in this sort of a passive character and he's he's kind of a strange mixture between being passive and non passive. He's unmarried to a woman who lives with. And it's very touching relationship that they have and he. He characters is fascinating, really fascinating, and as both as a baseball player both as A. An intellectual and a university professor, and also as A. quals spy. The fuel end and you really want to know more about this man, and you WanNa Hoover up everything that you can find about in because it just tantalizes you and and leaves many questions unanswered which I like I like questions unanswered, and some of them will remain unanswered. No matter what you try to dig up yourself the. If, we have a total about the TV series living with yourself. Now in which Paul Rudd plays a man who? Is Feeling Pretty. Glum about his life and he goes off. At the suggestion of a work colleague he goes to this goes in has a SPA treatment and it turns out with what the SPA. Treatment is. Is actually a cloning, so you have mentioned that? It was funny. It's very funny. It's very dark sort of existential comedy. Bicycle it all goes horribly awry in. Character Miles emerges from the treatment. The new miles is there, but then the old miles instead of being actually dade as is supposed. In the forest wrapped in plastic fights his way out of it, and he stumbles back to his to his life only to find that there's another one of him there and They basically fight to see who has the right to? Occupy the space. It's it's good. It's really good. But. That's that's A. That's a story in which Paul. Rudd plays somebody who's both passive, and not because the new miles is much more dynamic character so. Love that story. A you. How do you feel about the reopening and people sitting in a chess formation well they. They reopened on June twenty two. Well they're allowed to June twenty two in Victoria. Which? With with the maximum, fifty people, and that puts him ahead of a of a sites other sites. Some of us will have already sort of announced that they're going to happen sooner. I think even from June so but with twenty people and twenty people. It's really probably not viable for many cinemas to open, so I don't know how many a guy to be open in this first spell June, twenty two at fifty starts to become feasible for the American to. I If you know the still have to abide the full. Months person per four square meters kind of special arrangement, so they might a lot of them will not get fifty people. They won't be able to have that many in their depending on the size of a cinema. The the messages. As, we're recording this. My understanding is that the majors the village toits reading readings event cinemas. Probably not going to happen on that day, because their business model is built around big Hollywood product, and yeah, that is not going to be coming through until probably July sixteen at the earliest, the still a lot of anticipation around the idea of Christopher Nolan's film, Tenet opening on that dight. Whether it really does open on. That date will have to widen say, but at the moment it's still. It's been locked to July sixteen for a very long time. There Obviously, a talismanic quality to Christopher Nolan Guy, who is absolutely committed to cinema, absolutely committed to film. Is One of the great proponents of lodge screen format, including I'm ex as a great sort of symbolic value to him being the WHO reopened cinemas around the world. But the reality is and this is why question whether we'll actually I've been on that diet is that? The won't be able to maximize. Their return on that film in the way that they would ordinarily because they won't be able to fill out cinemas so normally. Big Blockbuster Films Open in for two weeks three weeks. They do gangbusters business. Multiple screens and then start scaling back in order for this to even begin to make sense I'd have to have it on virtually every screen at a maximum of fifty people per auditorium. And do so for quite some time and I. Just can't see happening. It's like. To what degree do they want to have the symbolic value of this? To such a degree that the. Willingly right off the return on investment that they would expect on Christopher Nolan thriller. Anyway to go to the question of. How do I feel about it? I went to the drive in last night so I went down to Dandenong you're against it. You want to stay in the TAP. Into the driving for a very very long time, and it was fun I've got to say Yeah I. Remember it in Red Line was the last film I saw at the drive. I could not.
Will Ferrell, Paul Rudd's ''The Shrink Next Door'' lands series order from Apple TV Plus
"paul rudd" Discussed on GSMC SciFi Podcast
"That one and the another mythic fluffer ultraviolet light so coming out in the daytime may hurt. Paul Rudd a little bit or at least our vampire inspired by Paul read. So that's it. I hope you've enjoyed it and we will see you next week on the GMC SCI-FI PODCAST. Which again is part of the GMC podcast network? I'm your host Melinda Parkhouse Ross. I'll talk to you next week with another vampire. The masquerade character building. I believe we've only got two left that are in the fifth version of the vampire. The masquerade books so we're getting close to the end and we will change topics in probably get back into some more dungeons and dragons kind of stuff. That's more my wheelhouse so This has been a lot of fun and I hope that if you are playing vampire the masquerade. You've been able to find a little bit of inspiration around some of the stuff that we've been talking about and really we would appreciate it no matter what podcast platform you're listening to us on a drop us a five star review a couple of comments. Let us know how you're feeling about the vampire the masquerade character builds? Are you into it? Do you think you could do a better job? I'm sure that you can. I do not pretend to be an expert in this one but I hope that it is inspiring you a little bit for your next to character. Creation also would love to hear from you on twitter with your thoughts or even suggestions for people that you think would be great character builds for vampire the masquerade for the GMC Sifi podcast on the GMC podcast network. I'm Linda Brockhouse Ross. And we'll talk to you next week. You listening to the Golden State media concepts sci-fi podcast part of the golden state media concepts podcast network. You can find this show and others like it at. Www Dot M. C. podcast dot com. Download our podcast on Itunes Stitcher soundcloud. Google play just type in MC to find all the shows from the golden state media concepts podcast network from movies to music from sports to entertainment and even Weird News. You can also follow some twitter and on facebook. Thank you and we hope you have enjoyed today's program..
"paul rudd" Discussed on GSMC SciFi Podcast
"I should awareness be three stinking thinking. Paul Rudd thinking of Paul Rudd Insight may be etiquette. Let's go etiquette since he is a consensual list. Okay so five skills at too. I think we need to focus on some vampire. -I Kind of skills. So let's make Paul Rudd to in streetwise streetwise. Thank you for marking on my sheet. I appreciate that okay. let's give him to in brawl because again vampires. Let's give him a two and firearms. Sorry Paul let's give him to intimidation and let's give him to an awareness so that should be four at two. Oh five skills at you okay. So let's add. Let's add insight. Perfect and then we have one attribute at one. There's going to be a few things that will change as we get into stuff. Let's give him pursue shit as the one skill era. I'm happy with that. So then we have. Our health is our stamina plus threes so stamina is too so he gets five health. Two three four five and our willpower. Is Composure. Plus resolve so composure is three resolve is one so willpower is four. Which makes sense for toreador because the Effective beauty can strike at any moment. All right cool I enjoy. How this is shaping up so far so the disciplines to dots in one one in the other we've already chosen specs and celerity but Let's go to the book and see what a level two aspects looks like all right so at level two aspects. You get heightened senses since the unseen premonition. So he can tell. The future interesting heightened senses the vampires senses sharpened to a natural degree giving them the ability to see in pitch darkness here ultrasonic frequencies and smell the fear of cowering pray. Nice for since the unseen. The senses of the vampire become attuned to dimensions beyond the mundane allowing them to sense presences otherwise hidden from the naked eye. This can be anything from another vampire using obfuscate to someone using aspects to spy on the character to a ghost in the middle of the room. Dormant blood sorcery spells and rituals might also be found with this power at the storytellers discretion. Cool so And then our level to scale from aspects will be the vampire experiences flashes of insight. These may take the form of raised hackles sudden inspiration or even vivid visions. We'll never to precise these. Visions can nudge the vampire out of harm's way or reveal a truth previously overlooked oh And now celerity and I believe that our character build last week had celerity as well so I apologize if this feels like something that you have heard before so the characteristics for Celerity we have cats grace and rapid reflexes so the vampire gains balance and grace equal to and surpassing a world-class trapeze artists. They can walk and even run across ledges and wires effortlessly and keep their balance on the slimmest of supports and rapid reflexes while their bodies still can't defy the law of Nature Vampires with this power perceive events instantly and can react to them with superhuman abilities. They can observe incoming projectiles to the extent that they can attempt to dodge arrows and even bullets without available cover. O K good. I like that cats grace and we gets cats grace and rapid reflexes. Perfect okay so next up on the. Gmc I five podcast on the GMC podcast network. We are going to get into a little bit more of what our Predator type is all about. And we'll see how that will add to or change our skills and attributes. We will deep dive into that next. Tv has changed over time. Streaming has become the new norm. That's why golden state media concept's television podcast dives headfirst to the world cord. Cutting wants to be on the lube. What's hot and Netflix? Or if it's not a preference about original shows in Hulu we've got you covered. Join us as we fill the blind and talk about movies two streep and what show. You should be binging. This is the golden state media concepts television. Podcast.
"paul rudd" Discussed on GSMC SciFi Podcast
"A little bit backwards to how we usually do it. But we are working with Paul right here so we don't WanNa get this wrong so we'll go twenty seven if he was turned in ninety two. Now it's two thousand twenty so ninety two two thousand two thousand twelve. So Twenty who threes turned twenty three. So that makes him if he is true. Age Okay. So Year of death was nine. Teen Ninety two. Let's go nineteen ninety six or sorry sixty nine. Okay cool appearance. We're just GONNA put Paul Rudd because you know Paul Rudd. He's adorable Distinguishing features Okay no we're not gonNA worry about all of that stuff right now so it's time to go to the book. I have no idea who turned Paul Rudd yet. The sire question could be a bit of an ambivalent one a little while. Okay toreadors the clan that we are going to Put Him with a Predator type. I feel like he is either an cyrus and I also feel like even as a vampire Paul right is going to be a super nice guy so probably maybe even conceptualist you know what. Let's continue with his Hollywood Super Nice Guy Charms. And let's make him a consensual EST for his Predator type. That means that he has to have the okay from his pray before he can feed. I feel like that's fair for Paul read. We need to go into our little book here. Our toreador page okay. So the toreador clan they are the divas the clan of the rose the degenerates the artists the Harlot S- The hedonist. The sensationalist the perverts. I mean maybe not pervert so much for Paul Ryan. I feel like he's too nice of a guy to be too much of a pervert but So basically what we get is out who are the toreador clan toreador has ever preached selectiveness in its rituals of the embraced the clan elders stress time. And again that. The clan requires pioneers among the arts. And every kind of avante garde the Klan is at its strongest. When comprised of the freshest thinkers those who desire experimentation and discovery for this reason many toreador re emerged from the ranks of accomplished artists both new and faded but not all artists need to wield a brush to the toreador art income encompasses all forms of entertainment and stimulation the clan courts. The greatest actors singers writers dancers and even sex workers if the degenerates believe in such mortals will offer something new to their clan. Despite the custom of the of embracing only the best of the toreador fixation on beauty and innocence has caused many diva to make a fledgling in haste. Many moonlit night new clan members have emerged as shallow hedonist. One hit wonders or just a stunning body with nothing else to offer. Ouch the greatest mistakes are erased and forgotten still. The Klan is diverse its members considering the ensemble as a kaleidoscope of talent and beauty. This is why I feel like Paul read delivers here for this particular one. You know as a as a comedic actor. Even in his more dramatic roles he still brings a bit of a comedic charm. You still manages to find those moments and I think that The ability to make people smile and feel better to seeing Paul red. Makes you feel better right so I think that might have been appealing to the toreador. Who TURNED Mr Paul? Right up next on the M. C. I. Five podcast part of the GMC podcast network. We will get into our archetypes for our Paul. Rudd inspired vampire the masquerade V. Five character build. WanNa find out what movies to go. See and check out the. Gmc movie podcast. It's your ticket to the latest movies whether it's a new blockbuster event romantic comedy or action flick. This show has got it all covered. They talk some way to go see. Now don't bother. What's hot on Netflix? And everything in between that's GSM. See PODCASTS DOT com back slash. Movie Dash podcast. When it's all about the movies it has to this new show. Don't forget to like on facebook and follow them on twitter visit. Gs MC PODCAST DOT COM for more INFO..
"paul rudd" Discussed on GSMC SciFi Podcast
"Addition of the GS emcees sci-fi podcast part of the GMC cast networks. I'm your host Melinda Bark House Ross. Yes it is another character build for vampire the Masquerade v Five. Our CHARACTER INSPIRED BUILD. Today is going to focus on a beloved member of Hollywood. Somebody that we're all very familiar with the ever. Youthful Paul Rudd looking at the different clans. I feel that Paul. Rudd is probably best described as a toreador with a weakness for beautiful things and let's face it. I don't think that Paul Rudd has changed. His looks since he was in clueless. Maybe we're wrote to expose Paul Rut. Get a little vampire blood in that guy. Never Ages. Okay. So we have our character sheets. If you just google vampire the masquerade. V Five Fif- lable. Pdf you're gonNA find your way to the proper form to fill out. Okay so Paul. Rudd INSPIRED CHARACTER. We are going to come up with a name a little bit later but first of all we need to do is learn. Just a tiny bit more about Paul Rudd. So let's just Google this guy. I mean you're GonNa have a whole bunch of pictures. Come up with doorbell he is. I mean seriously okay anyway. That's not what we're after I do. We want Paul Rudd News. No we don't want that we want Some Paul Rudd Wikipedia. Paul Rudd he was born in nineteen sixty nine. He's an American actor filmmaker. He studied theater at the University of Kansas and the American Academy of Dramatic Arts before he is debut in. Nineteen Ninety two the NBC drama series. Sisters he's also been in clueless. Romeo and Juliet he was. Oh that's right. Yeah Yeah Yeah. He plays the guy that Juliet's parents were trying to set him up with the guy and the astronaut cost you that Wet Hot American summer. Of course anchorman. Forty year old virgin knocked up. This is forty mute the ideal home. Of course ant man in all of the adventure movies He's also been on a whole bunch of TV shows like friends he was also on. Tim and Eric Awesome show great job and parks and recreation. He's hosted Saturday night. Live a bunch of times. He stars in a dual ro role in the netflix comedy. Living with yourself if you haven't watched that you need to. It's pretty great. His Golden Globe nomination for best actor and he received a star on the Hollywood walk of fame back in two thousand fifteen and he was named a part of the Forbes Celebrity one hundred and twenty nineteen. Okay cool so I feel like we have an awful lot to go on here? So if he started the whole acting thing in nineteen ninety two We know that he left sisters in Nineteen Ninety Five. He was in clueless with Alicia Silverstone. he was also in Halloween. The curse of Mike. The curse of Michael Myers There's a lot of stuff. Okay where are we going to jump in here? Where do we think this guy was turned was shortly after clueless? Did He pick for you know? Catch the eye of a toreador or was it after. Romeo and Juliet What do we think here? He was in two hundred cigarettes to what a great movie He was in the CIDER. House rules Cider house rules received a SAG nomination for outstanding performance by a cast motion picture. Oh Gosh he was in so much. Oh yeah he played phoebe Has Been Mike Hannigan on friends. Guys didn't just about everything. Okay let us call it. Let's just say that it was During the filming of Romeo and Juliet Baz Luhrmann's Romeo and Juliet with Leo DiCaprio. And let's say that that is when he was turned okay so that gives us nineteen ninety-six if he was born in sixty nine nineteen ninety-six. Okay it's always a little bit slow to start but once you get rolling it works out pretty well and I mean perhaps. I'm over complicating things by trying to make it measurably realistic for a game as fantastical is vampire the masquerade. I mean that's a fair assessment and You know you're probably right but We can start with his actual age being twenty.
"paul rudd" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show
"Itself but but It it it was an exciting straight Cool cool thing to be a part of something that is historic and I've watched so many other people you know Do that I believe it was an Tomba holly even before May like a couple of weeks ago and Yeah it's it's the coolest things. Tony Gonzalez I've seen. Yeah it's great. Yeah we just added by the away at the bottom of your screen. Paul Rudd Cheer Captain. Just we'll take a scramble. Send it to you later. I'll send that to you. Had you not baton I can get pretty litigious all right last thing for you because you you you did this for two years ago. We want our championship Yup and fantasy football last year. We just we just stuck with our We changed our team name from Touch the meal to mand spread centerpiece. And it's the the only thing Andy Reid didn't win this year Even though he was our our our Avatar with his man spread at the NFL owners. Meeting for the For the coaches photo I have here six fantasy football names that we have Just out organically mentioned these names on the air in conversation conversation that we're GONNA place in context for you. I've got six names. I wonder if you can tell me what our clubhouse leader going into the off season should be for next fall. Paul can you do that for me. Yes indeed ready ready here. All of them Chris Brockman got the names over there. I'm going to place them in context for you here okay The first one was in relation to Tom Brady. Perhaps we can figure out what his yeah.
"paul rudd" Discussed on Andrea Savage: A Grown-Up Woman #buttholes
"Yeah my by. They eat Paxton. Andrew savage not a data. That data was that we were doing Louis. Tis the season his the F. N. C.'s. We are about to ring in the New Year this week doc And I was thinking maybe you and I should tell each other some of our resolutions for next year. Yeah are you. Are you normally only a big resolution head. Yeah I'm a big redhead. I figured you res- head not so much. Take me for a bit of a wettest. Res- head Vibe. I don't love that all right do you. I'm trying I didn't didn't necessarily come prepared. This was your idea I know but I just because I have an idea doesn't mean I've worked on it I just like Oh this is our holiday MM altro yeah. That's what we call it in the POD Biz and thinking one of mine is i. I'm going to try to make my bed in the morning when I get up. All right. Yeah I tend to. I don't tend to. I do not make my bed and the bed just stays unmade until I get back in and in the night. Yeah but I love the feeling of walking into my room when the bed is made so. I'm going to try to give myself that gift. Awesome this year yeah. I think that's good because I for years I was like what who cares. but there is I usually do now. Yeah I will admit I kind of half ass it but I at least get it like looking nicer. Yeah like I don't put time into it. It's just like a quick like let's just make this look a little nicer and open curtains and then like if I when I walk past the room it looks nice. Yeah I feel like the amount of joy it gives me walking into a room with a made man. It's worth putting in in trying to put in that effort. Yeah all right. I gave you my beds. What do you got this is I feel you know a little generic but it's true especially especially for me shit at US come on but make you feel real bad just in general I want to be better about not being a good friend to people and and reaching out more often? 'cause I definitely fall into that at like the Kinda WanNa bug them or something but I have that mentality too much and Important one yeah I think in plus I've I haven't spoke about it on here but I I have talked about it elsewhere going through some some stuff right now and I. It's it's showed me how many great people I know that have really been there for me and I want to be able to do that for them as well. I think. That's a great one and I feel like I have also because again I keep harping on this but I just get the the show really does kind of take over my life. I lost touch with a lot of friends and trying to make an effort to be better at reaching out as well and making I caught up with friends and found out that crazy stuff that happened in their lives that I had not been there for uh-huh and I just felt terrible about it and I wanted to be and so i. I am also trying to do that. And make sure that I'm there for people in my life and also when I need to talk to someone that I'm actually reaching out and doing it. Yeah which is also hard for me and I've been forcing myself to be better at that already and it makes a big difference. It does make a big difference. I like that one that one. That's a good one. My other one is one that I started started a couple years ago when I declared to my husband and daughter On December thirty first two years ago that the next year was going to be the year of my sent. Excuse me the year of my sent and that means meant I was going to start wearing perfume okay and I was. I picked a perfume perfume and I committed to wearing it so I would have like a distinguishable sense that high would like have of a smell that people be like. Oh that that reminds me of Andrea or just and I made that the year of my sent and I was really good about it and then last year fell off the wagon so my my other resolution is to make this a nother year of my sent. No will this spe- new sent. That's what I haven't decided. I have to go Christmas shopping today. I might get out there and smell a couple of things on my travels. Worry about what I smell. You don't need to be concerned. That did you have a big day ahead. You have no idea. He's smelting so I want to get back on that. Because one I don't know why I just thought it would be fun to it was sorta like the bed. I don't know I put it on and I was like. Oh I feel like I've got little fancy today. Put a little spring step all right all right. So that's that's another one again. If you like yours is really important as mine have been making my bed and getting a smell on me. Well I mean we see who the WHO the shallow one is between us now. Yeah you really look at yourself man with trying to. It's like well you've fallen apart so you have to you joke but at the same time Ed. Hey I've got to laugh at it. You gotTA laugh or you'll kill yourself I think so all right Anything else I also didn't have you know didn't know we were going to do this until a few minutes ago by. I don't know a thing that I started doing. This year was My own new podcast called Bazar albums and I thoroughly the enjoy making it and it's gotten a much better and bigger reaction than expected and it's made me very happy and I want to really. I'm already very into it and very focused on it but I would love to even be able to devote more time to that and Because genuinely is like the thing I like yeah. I've never been a person that can really sit in. Like just get into something in time just disappears and this is something that does that for me because I just I do. A ton of research on each record is find these weird facts and stuff and if maybe a fraction of the energy enthusiasm Um you bring to that maybe just one drop of it when you walk in the door here. Well maybe you should put out an album. That's what so for you to fuck and do your job. Well I have to put out a God damn album. Yeah you want something out of me. I want something in return all right. Great Okay I guess I have another resolution to make a goddamn album so talk job. This would delight me delight me so much all right. Let's do it all right. The Dow fucking doing that. Well I think this is a I think we have some great stuff to work on for next year and You Know Twenty one thousand nine hundred has been a fantastic year in a lot of ways and then also some tough stuff stuff right and twenty twenty twenty has a good ring to it. Twenty one of my favorite numbers. I think because my birthday is a two to zero. So I've always been partial to those those numbers And and I don't really believe in numbers and stuff but I don't believe in certain people that are like that's my number. That's not what I'm saying. I just like the ring. I feel twenty twenty. I feel it's GonNa be a big year of growth. I sure hope so because I and if it's not I was I was wrong will. Let's be the first time no way never avenue. Will you answer. That was confusing. It sounded like ah I keep you guessing. I hope everyone has a superfund and safe New Year's Eve and happy twenty twenty. Thanks for listening everybody..
"paul rudd" Discussed on Andrea Savage: A Grown-Up Woman #buttholes
"Terms of being. Now you are fifty fifty right. That's right even though you look what A. What do people say forty forty eight but you are technically a an old older I'm I am. Yeah you're over shirt and I could be grandfather. Oh easy yeah by the way you like. Oh easy yeah and yeah. You're right but easily easy. Yeah and also just because there is nine and a little slutty bats. Her Journal entries It it is it is a crazy. Do you have what you imagined you're gonNA feel L. at fifty different than what you actually are feeling. I never really wondered what it would feel like to be fifty years old or to be to be old. Yeah were you like. That doesn't sound like something that sounds fun or just like I knew you know Like as I was growing up people say oh I'm forty years old. I'm fifty years old. It's so crazy I still feel like a teen so kind of like having kids. You know people say oh goes by so quickly. He's going to go by in a flash and so when I had a kid I knew it was gonna be. This is GONNA go quickly. So I think think intellectually yes. I understood that it will will probably feel different and not different when I hit and so now there there are times. I think it's been a slower. Burn where now I feel certainly Like I am not in my twenties. I don't and that's fine. I don't there are things that there are things about being in your twenties or whatever even in your thirties that are You feel hip her for sure. Yeah you know what's going on. You don't use the word hip. Yeah you don't talk about pictionary saying your job you don't yeah you know. Oh you're all your references are pretty on point. You know all the bands. Yes you care about it. You're out you're out every night pretty much doing the cool and fun and you have your group of friends and and I miss aspects of that. Yeah for sure. Yeah but I also don't miss aspect aspect of that of and I have no real You need to try and seek that out and I there is. There are things that I definitely feel like. Oh Yeah I am a father. Yeah I am past what everyone's talking about. I'm not what's so sure and I kind of like it. Yeah and I always even when I was a kid. I thought it's GonNa be great to be like a really old man because then you could just be a total curmudgeon. 'cause because you don't care you've earned it. You can say whatever you want and I always thought that would be great. I could see you at eighty really coming into your own for the first first time it's GonNa be it's GonNa be it's going to be big. Were there any moments or any examples of just like and it doesn't even have to be anything that series or just a weird career like fuck. I feel like an adult right now. Where you're like? I don't really know what I'm doing. Oh for sure. And there's many along the way. Yeah like when you get married. Yeah like Whoa. I just got married. What the Hell and certainly when you have a kid you like wait a minute? But the what made me really feel like an adult old and wasn't like buying a house or anything like it was losing a parent my dad. That's what I say. Yeah when my dad died all of a sudden whoa that's it childhood is over. That's that's literally how I've explained it. My Stepdad who was my dad from when I was two when he died is literally. I woke up the next day. It was like oh I'm now of adult tight like the weirdest thoughts. Yes like. Oh my God Even five minutes after he died as I. This is the first time I have been alive. My father was not also alive. You know you have the like. I'm here and he's not an all kinds of really weird. Strange range. Boss made me remember something the day that I knew we were going to take him off. Life support. I was getting dressed in the morning and I remember being like what what do I put on the last day that I'm GonNa see my Stepdad. Like I remember having a moment comment at my dresser being like how do you dress for this like it was such a weird thought that just popped through my high was. I was in when I was doing a press junket for For role models. So and no I love I love. I love him in any way. Whatever it was I don so many things in the middle the middle begging thing about your career? It's with talking about your. Let's forget my my dad. Those films were so fun. We provide there there in the middle of the press junket. Somebody came in and said I think you need do fly back to Kansas City. Now as I oh yeah he's he's about to die so Because he was in he had to go to hospice and I had those thoughts where it's like. I just ducked out. Yeah left the middle of the day and and then I got on the plane and I remember thinking this is the last flight. I'm ever going to take my dad is alive and you know we had you. Do you have those. And they're sort of oddly like they're not packed with a ton of emotion no they're just observations weirdly lots of observations and then then it happens and you know you. Grief is clearly not a linear thing. So you experience all kinds of stuff at different moments since but that aft- after the Hayes the initial Hayes of it all happening I was. Oh Man I just I just aged aged five years I feel I feel I had a new baby. My my son is not going to know no his grandfather. That's unacceptable of worried about my mother to say worrying about your mom big wing on. It was like oh now. I'm when you're world really just it it tilts off its axis and you know it's It's never tilting back. I think the adult part where you just go and it's never we're not this. This is the pendulum swung way and then it goes back. It's not going back and you learn by the way you learn to live with the world being on it slapped access but but it's it's never it's never quite the same. Yeah I definitely. That's the moment for me that sticks to me even more than having a child weirdly for short one hundred percent was that that was the moment that really sticks in my head. Is there any other movies. He's that you've done. You WanNa Brag about before we oh God that I wanted to make sure or twitter to start maybe I mean look. Let's see if there's anything you haven't hit feel maybe this movie idea call stocking back was the Do you think in your role on friends. We've covered enough or talk to anchor man to the ground. Really WANNA get into. Just talk about how it's like you feel like you weren't able to know under under know that it's on all the time it's on like in France same thing on all the time. Incredible things to be a part of foreshore. Well no I just meant because if you WANNA BRAG in the Middle Talking About Your Dad's death assume that you're going to get in before we wrap I've got. Is there anything that you're fucking awesome at that that you're like I'm fucking great at this. I think people should brag about themselves more than they do when you. We know that you're really. I think people are fake humble and I think there are things that we all know. I'm fucking great at this Some of mine are serious and seminar. I know something's your great at. I know you are great and I don't even have to look at the Mug to know how poker I used to be. My game has fallen off by the way you can be good at nothing people by that people people by that. I'm really good. Good at routes to things like I can beat ways. I am a traffic really. I love to check traffic. I like to listen to traffic reports. I like to get ahead. I'll tell you what you can see. You know what I'm really good at. Please packing the trunks on cars if you have lots of luggage and boxes and stuff. Yeah like like a puzzle piece. I can get any village and I know. Put this here. Put this there I I see I see it like like like like beautiful like somebody I see uh-huh and I can I can make an I can always make you can close the trunk by the way good at that. That's not cool but it also handy. It felt like the kind of humble brag that is acceptable because Eh brag link. We all know like you're by the way I'm not going. I WanNa be home about it. I'm good at that. I know that I can fucking get you where you need to go and if you let me drive I will get there faster than Imagine Agean how exceptional exceptional we would both be on a long trip. God My roots and your back. God we gotta we gotta kind of drive cross for so long. I don't know how you guys got here so fast but you have an outfit for every day in a smart car. I don't know how you did it. What would you like to work on about yourself now? We know what you're fucking great at. There's a what would I like to work on about. I think my my patients really. Yeah Yeah I'd like to want. I learned how to meditate. Yeah many years ago tail and then I fell off the wagon. Tm I love it. I don't know I guess the the road trip twice a day you and I. We're going to take twenty minutes twice a driving. No of course not. We'll we'll pull over but not too long because I have a I root for rush shower. We've only windows where you can take fountain. You know what I'm saying that's right. Yeah so yeah I would like to be more patient. Ira I m h through across the board and I find I'm finding now certainly if I don't have Enough sleep where I'm working Gothi working too hard. I'm I can be PR- pretty insufferable to really I think so. Like Gimme one example of this inseparable. Because that's so startling but I don't I buy it like my shirt. I just have a short fuse. I tend to have I. I think I probably have a short fuse anyway. What might surprise people? Yeah I've surprised make people I think people think I am odds. Are you poop for. Yeah or that my name is Fred are your name is Fred but we all know you I get I get really annoyed quickly by mm many things really okay. Can you give me an example like is that people like just not being efficient with your time because that will make. That's really makes me crazy. There will be obsolete traffic. And all the people if people if people driving in front of me And they don't wave to say thanks for letting me in and they just go. I WANNA ram. They're up to see Paul Rudd News. Here's curious truly furious and not just like with traffic. I mean other people just on ATV that her saying Yes fucking hate him this okay okay. That's fair I kinda think I think as I start to talk about his. They've a list. There's a reason. Yeah there's a I don't I've we've had this shirt forever but but but George Carlin. WHO's my all time favorite every single thing he said I'm like I'm Wi Yup Yup Yup yes and and and so my patient? I'd like a time bomb. I'd like to. I'd like to chill out more because I think I was more so when I was younger. Of course yeah. Yeah all right what about you. What do you want to work on Odd nobody ever asks me questions. I'm Lake Jesus Christ so many things I would say Handling mice when my stress gets really high high. Like when I'm working and like everything is happening at once. And I'm stretched etched way way too thin taking a breath still like able to like.
"paul rudd" Discussed on Andrea Savage: A Grown-Up Woman #buttholes
"My name is Paul Rudd and here is how I say but holes Hello everybody and welcome to Andrea savage a grown up woman hashtag potholes. I'm sitting here on vacation in the gorgeous Washington state and totally relaxed having a fantastic time recording recording this intro for you so this is the second part of Paul Rod. I'm going to be honest. I finally think I've taken him down a peg. There are two flaws. I think I've discovered I knew this would be the end of his career. He's just so goddamn perfect. Perfect it's really nice to Sorta you know. Feel like he's one of us I hope everyone enjoys make this short. One I was just looking at some podcast reviews thank you guys so much as always for writing such kind wonderful things things. There is one that made me laugh this morning by P Greg. Pa Greg yes I'm a butthole and I am proud Andrea savage is the funniest butthole giving giving glimpses of her personal life. If you have. I'm sorry you will love this. podcast subscribe to the podcast is part of the butthole revolution as I said before. I'm not still sure you're if I want my fans to be called bud holes on really on the fence but that made me laugh also there was one by someone called Mt Yum yum. ooh titled IT Little Bit High Full disclosure. I'm off in a little bit high folding laundry when Tuning in but God Damn Aka the world needs your jazz right now. All of it all caps. I'm sorry remains a gateway drug to your unfiltered free based wide mouth voice. Stay Awkward Loud. You know. Be Delighted by these. I hope everyone is having a Nice holiday break n even if you're not on break enjoying this this time of year and or just getting through it either way. Enjoy a Paul Rudd partout. Don't be alarmed later when there's a man compete. Who arrives out of nowhere when Tony Wasn't there for me to record one day for an ad and I had to record something with another man? I mean the wild and That's IT Happy New Year everybody.
"paul rudd" Discussed on Andrea Savage: A Grown-Up Woman #buttholes
"Old motor English motorcycle. I think F- During the whole movie and it was really great. Yeah I loved riding way into writing the motors. Of course you weren't. Do you think they liked you on that set. I don't know the way into writing that motorcycle I was like. I don't know of any Lewis. We're like boy. This Guy Pays James Dean right. You know you're not you're making. Yeah exactly because you're making fun of it but also it seems like you Kinda Love Henry Winkler you are the fall now. This was not long after you played Scott in moment of truth stocking back now that it does not sound like it was a spoof. No that was that was in serious drama now. Is that like one of your first jobs. There was my first. It was actually the outside of commercial my first act acting job Yeah it was hilarious. I mean it was. It's a teen girls stalked and harassed by perverted man. Ten years older than she is. Yeah that's that's Hilarious to you. I'll read well just know the way the way I did. Tell me in earnest they were you the perverted as in as in Ernest goes to starchiest. Perverted man I was the girl's boyfriend. Sounds like you had a lot of side boyfriend Maha and and I liked her but this guy was dangerous and I just remember my mom in. The show is not too excited that I was I might need to break up with his girl. Because it's it's because she's been soiled eh or things are getting a little dangerous getting a little date. I'm by the way. Don't count me on that. That might be totally wrong. That's how much I to remember. What are you excited? Excited excited to To get an acting job also I knew all this is great. I knew what it was. Yeah Okay Yeah I thought you know what experience. This'll be experience in front of a camera. I feel like a as a young person. You had a lot of like outside just like looking in a very sort of mature this is experience or look at these old men who are playing with young boys. I used to. That's how I now describe football. I used to oh I thought you were just talking about just my career yet. Men just feel like the pink just the brakes. Just what right on there we go. Thank you know that your career please just get back to white power to make you beg the power. All right. We're GONNA take a quick break. We'll be right back with Paul. Rudd Tony You know how you're always asking me like what's better Tampon to us. Is it getting annoying. It's honestly it is getting a little annoying. Sorry that's right but I feel good about it because I feel like I finally have a good answer for you please instill have you heard about. Lola sounds familiar. It is a feminine care. That's what we're gonNA recall area brand and it has tampons and pads and all the other things that Cooperman's in it's one hundred percent percents organic cotton and they don't use toxins dies or synthetic fibers. So I feel like you're gonNa feel more comfortable me personally you personally with with this tampon product. SIGN ME UP I. That's your Christmas president. Fantastic I will say I do and this is good as I do. You know I think about like what Lotions I put on my body like I try to keep stuff relatively chemical-free my deodorant essent free and all that stuff. Tampons never really thought a ton about it. I try to do the unscented but always felt like I don't know what's up what's happening there. I'm saying and I actually love this because it is you know free of toxins like you know what you're putting in your body needs which I think is important to seem like a good thing right. I also love. It's founded by by two ladies that makes sense. It does make sense but I'll be honest. Probably most of the other ones are not created by Leeann will then I mean this makes this makes sense because it seems to make sense. Does that make sense. Smell absolutely no fucking sense. Have you ever had to buy a a go to the store and buy tampons significant other. That's a good question I I don't think I have. I don't think I've done that to to quite a few different people that I've I don't think I really don't think that I have well because I was saying the reason I was asking is because this is actually. It's a subscription subscription that you do so you first of all I you would. There's two trials sets and by the way you also and you're not gonNA understand that this is important but trust means important there there you get to decide what flow you want to make up your trial set so super in a late and you're like I need three supers and two lights dates and medium. You get to decide what's going to be in your trial box and you get to trial sets and then you'll get a reminder email for a subscription and you can skip. LAMANTIA can cancel a month. 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"paul rudd" Discussed on Conan Oâ€™Brien Needs A Friend
"Corner and you shouldn't feel really really no you probably just weren't mentioned Among the list of great talk show host BEC- well. It's bad that you're not in. It's really bad really. It's really bad and I guess I don't know probably just as yeah you'd stuck around too long probably what happened anyway. I gotta go early because tackle go clog dancing thing at the Armenian cultural village. Did you just deals their Armenian clogged known. There is nine s or something multi measly. Just made me look like an asshole at you. Just how did you leelee really insulted my time. You did both at the same heavily involved in Armenian. No I'm not see. You almost made me sit. There is no immediate unclogged. And saying wait a minute looking ever seen anyone couple victimhood with racism so elegant unbelievable under some kind of claw dancing housing in your culture. You I am certain you are wrong. Who would know more about Armenia? SONAL you're I I would me. That's true that's true. I good my husband's from there. So yeah I would as you come from a heavily clog dancing culture yeah. We don't know we don't wear clogs you clogs research. Yeah no that's just the heavy sand our feet make drinks. You're confusing us with just stopping around on the second floor on our. You're out probably like one ninth Irish and Dutch and there's definitely dramatic qualities in their satisfied. I I could do your twenty three and me without even seeing a genetic sample into it are you. Are you a lot of stuff. I'm all like mostly British isles the imperial colonial era about you and the way you treat me even though you're the producer. You're always looking me with disdain. Like a wheel. We'll con- is that I'll we'll take that islands potatoes they'll do is. We're told that's always the way you look at me really. Yes so yes but when you edit this podcast. That's your way of taking my potatoes. I edit this dressed as a beefeater. Yeah you're bringing on those tall hats and you edited edited. You know like I'll show that dirty Irish dog. How Eddie I e potatoes? My Irish ancestry is Northern Irish. So like the years years loyalists and all that crap. Yeah yeah well. We've only needed a lot of people in this parliament including me. I'm I'm a little you you're not. You're not confused. You're fine. Okay if he sees we we really do. GotTa bring a therapist in here one day and n Hash all this out. Therapist would last eight seconds with us with you. I think we know I would think you'd run them from the room. I would not engage engage in therapy all the time. I mean it's a mirror I talked to. Oh but my therapist really loves me and says I'm doing a great job. Oh Gee do you pay your own self. I put a little tip jar bottom and put money on but then I always take it at the end of the day so I can buy functions at the seven on eleven. Oh let's get out of your Halloween. We got trick or treating the do. Yep We sure. Do you gotta get that uncle. Sam I am cost you okay. Good work well ended away on this segment and there's some really good stuff in there and then of course there's pieces of corn it's deterred. There's something out right there okay. CONAN O'Brien needs a friend with sonum obsession and Conan O'Brien as has himself produced by me man Corley executive produced by Adam Saks. Jeff Ross..
"paul rudd" Discussed on The Complete Guide to Everything
"Sorvino's fall serving was in played like the head of the forgive is the Romulus the capulets or something Brian Brian Dennehy was yeah he was the head of the MONTAGUES. Yeah when I say the Romulus from Star Trek Yeah and to say nothing of coercive sources Leo and Claire My generation's Romeo and Juliet will you know that Friggin I have a long standing feud with Claire Dames right over back was it yeah she she had a VIP ticket to the Beck Concert That I was Zack and I had to leave my seat MTV unplugged right now is a show called sessions at West fifty fourth But it was and was on Broadway do you remember Paul Rudd from friends the television show Oh friend now this is where Paul Rudd's situation is weird right yeah he was on friends and he was great on after feebis love interest yeah they eventually got married on the program but I he was on the show from two thousand to two eighteen thousand four that's when I stopped watching television right you switch exclusively DVD commentary tracks much like that was college old I'm old I was in college and I just didn't watch anything on TV for four years and it's weird his wet hot American summer which he was also in couldn't be more different than friends and like that came out in two thousand and but really two thousand and one right so it's just weird that he he lives a double life with his with his with with his acting Tom Yeah these goofy David Wayne comedies but then he's also like marvel movies yeah and then like teen in movies to brands which was like the biggest show on TV at the time yeah big show on TV now what's bigger bigger than friends now tom maybe the office may be Dateline Dateline I had I you know what learned about dateline recently okay something about Stone Phillips or you don't remember what it is but it was interesting well that's all that counts I'm glad glad you brought it up brains letting me down to me of anything else to say about Paul Rudd before we solve the problem now I'd like them you you did you say I like him no I like him I love him yeah more than like him I love him oh I'm not afraid to say it I love the man And he was in a movie called I love you man yeah and who can forget his turn as Mr Anderson in the Perks Berkshire being a Wallflower oh I do vaguely remember that I saw that movie he was all right I didn't like the book had her Maini from watch it it had her Maini and the flash the movie flash you know what you know what the problem with with Paul Rudd's career is involved if you're listening I want you to know this there's no tim I have mentioned on the show before Paul Paul read made forty one million dollars from vendors and game alone okay there's no problem with his career now I'm not talking about money isn't everything Tom I I think he's under served by his material and again I think that they just don't know how to make studio comedies ABC's anymore allred were around in the Eighties Holy Hell he would've cleaned up oh yeah he would have been Chevy chase you would have been better than Chevy would have been like because he would've been easy to work with yeah and like the Audience Select Yeah but like dinner for schmucks our idiot brother what else you know there's movies I I love you man role models role models is a good hey don't despair despair those movies where they're just like Oh yeah I know it's going on here yeah paint by numbers yeah kind of studio thing yeah role models was kind of that ah but it it elevated it because it was weird yeah yeah anchorman like anchorman came out in the eighty s anchorman pretty big thing anyway yeah people like did you ever see anchorman to Tom I didn't they should stop they should stop making sequels in in general or like franchises I don't like but after if you don't make a sequel to a hit within or five years yeah sorry you missed it the the moments over yeah what's the oh I know Elway I can refute this right now but I was going to say what is something that's had a sequel long after that is actually been good ned next year eurod you're GONNA WANNA say no I forgot about that one but that's a good one going to say twin peaks yeah then twin peaks is its own thing I'll show you this video well I think it's if you're GonNa do it that far after you have to reinvent it like yet finding new angle to take it on but like an anchor man to was like we'll do lanker man again it's like Oh have you done that two years after anchorman that we all wanted more anchorman but like you did it out of ten years later later and it was the same maybe more than that anymore yeah and it was just like Oh yeah okay twenty thirteen in the original anchorman came out in two thousand four okay nine years yeah look I'm sure sure everybody had a great time and that's what it's all about I'll say this before we move onto a problem to who underrated Paul Rudd roles roles road rules hey rudd roll call the her you're the first one is ant man no one is Paul Rudd in Reno Nine one the movie and it's really the the such a great or he's playing the drug dealer is shaken hands of panels all great second underrated role The movie mute which is on Netflix is the pseudo sequel to moon it's kind of a sequel I mean it exists serving Tom you've seen moon with Sam Rockwell no I haven't seen a lot of movies to watch moon with half to watch the Vanilla Sky Director's there's commentary but then mute takes place in the same universe but isn't like a real direct sequel I gotTa Watch that movie again I did not do well on Netflix like it got poor reviews and stuff I really liked it it might have just been the aesthetic it's like a cyberpunk Aber punk movie I loved it and Paul Rudd's in it is a big handlebar moustache boo now you've got my what do you think of the movie The diggers starring Paul that's also a good movie and Camerino Yeah what do you think of the movie Prince Avalanche by I was about to say I think I've may have seen like every Paul Rudd movie I haven't seen Prince Avalanche you haven't seen that you know what I wanted to be your band interview to David Gordon Green movie with him in a meal Hirsch and it's just about two guys that are David Alan grier movie it's jetty guys painting lines on a road that goes through the forest so someone's GonNa pay interest first thing and it wasn't as this is going to be very thoughtful it was awful I guess I don't know why would hope you'd be thoughtful of nothing else certainly not action packed we mean they're painting lines through the force and somebody has to do with other road oh the road Ooh what the hell are you talking about Manati both the lie breath everybody knows the lines in the forest I want solve a problem one lasting okay people crap on the movie this is forty as navel-gazing easing out no I love this is forty yeah sure it's it's it's bullshit rich people problems yeah but as Paul Rudd we in charming media for like five and a half hours long movie it's pretty long yeah it's great people crab on the judd appetite movies for being real long do you stop watching it at any time like nothing.
"paul rudd" Discussed on The Complete Guide to Everything
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"paul rudd" Discussed on The Complete Guide to Everything
"So we sat down and I was like Tom. I got a crackerjack idea these in the dream Yeah how we can shave off ten to fifteen minutes of recording time every week that makes us more or efficient right right if we're sitting down instead of sitting here for sixty minutes we're sitting here for forty five minutes hey the everybody benefit and guess what we're not short change six tim sixty minutes the edited down version takes us five hours to get that sixty minutes of cold old longer than a twin peaks explainer on Youtube sometimes They so I was like all right here's what we gotta do we gotta take one day and we got a come up with a game show day and we're going to go to this other location we're GONNA sell tickets to the game show you and I are going going to host the game show we're GONNA host it for like this one whole day but then we ten minutes then we chop that up into ten to fifteen minute segments okay and since we're we're we're doing it all at once we're we're producing the game show all in one day right they do jeopardy and wheel they shoot a bunch of episodes day and the end of every episode will be like Hey we're we're talking about Paul Rudd Rudd Okay this next segment is our famous game show segment and then it's something that we that we that we throw to pre recorded accorded months ago in front of an audience and that way we have them for the whole year I'm so we would shoot fifty two segments gained twenty minutes okay I mean that's a lot of time it's not a lot of time six hours almost so oh ten hours almost like nine hours nine yeah nine hours is almost ten hours it's true my my estimation and that's what I said we'll do it all in a day to day well if there's no breaks in between what you have to go the bathroom we'll have bathroom breaks it'll be it'll take ten to twelve hours the thing is it was a real gift of the badge I situation it turned out to be so much work put together this game show we had to develop a whole game oh so like how far law in your dream how far into production if we get off this I think this is where all of our live show stress dreams came out for me hey where I was I was thinking like Oh okay and it was the day maybe even the morning of uh taping aping going to do the taping right so where backstage in the me me me me me no no we're at our respective homes Oh and realizing oh we didn't really prepare for this and not only that like we were doing all the logistics of the ticketing and the crowd control and we didn't hire people to do no okay for being a lot more work than just sitting here for an extra ten to fifteen min yeah well I mean I could have told you that I probably tried to warn you about that in a dream but I do think we should probably have a live game show segment at the end of every every I mean it would be fun if we cut to segment where there was a live studio audience and an a game show happening would there be different different contestants in every episode in the the dream it's and I don't know how it worked who'd Food Tim who'd want to go to a ten hour taping of a game show where the contestants that we made up all the questions and uh-huh that I hope I'll workshop tonight in Maitree Tim this week we're talking about America's favorite boy what would you call him America's favor what America's favorite charming man that's not Tom Hanks yeah yeah he's he's not quite our generations Tom Hanks right now because he doesn't have the gravitas yeah he doesn't have the multiple Oscar wins for one right do you think Paul Rudd we're talking about do you think Paul rods ever get a win an Oscar do you ever think he'll dare to do Oscar beat that's the thing like I think he could I mean I think honestly I think think I could win an Oscar I think anybody can win an Oscar I don't know how to judge good acting right if the movie's good all the actors could right and it's like I don't know what's too much acting what's like a lot of good acting what's a lot of bad acting sometimes people are very good in things things and it's because they're not acting that much right so they're very good and things are acting their little hearts out yeah sometimes somebody'll they'll get criticized they're acting too much where it's like well look pal you paid for a ticket don't you WANNA see as much acting as possible look at their business curtis says frigging actor you think a lot of actors have business cards you think Brad Pitt has a business stuff is actor as number on it so people know now hours because here's here's would you get to do when you're an actor Oh call my agent yeah that's true yeah I'm GonNa get an agent just for normal everyday life a real estate agent yeah I don't know how to get in touch with your agent while in Hollywood I if you're doing your taxes and you go to the accountant me come back and your head your taxes go you're like I don't like my account he was accounting too much counting all over his office is different because you're hiring somebody if a director said somebody was acting thing too much the sandwich artists that at At subway was he made my sandwich it's too much tell you what I was walking by subway today is the first time I was tempted to go on a subway for a while because they had these little sandwiches so so this whole time they were like trying to entice you with the foot law yeah and they should they were going the wrong way and then today they had little sandwiches narrow less than two bucks six say okay here's my thing with lunch lately I try and have a later lunch yeah what what I want is like a like a ten course dinner for a long really all the time once you start getting on the light lunch down wagon you'll never you'll never know how you how you weren't living like Jack because when I if I do what I want and there's probably applicable to most areas areas of my life if I do what I want it's going to screw me up later and that's the case for lunch I do generally nowadays have a light lunch launch because if I have if I eat what I wanna eat and I eat as much as I want to eat them useless for the rest of the day the rest the afternoon after eating just a normal sized meal yeah so go to lunch before this epiphany I don't necessarily have a go I would in all fairness my go-to launches a peanut Burn Deli Sandwich that's great some cheeses they were going to say you put cheese on the no no I got these new I'm a sucker for him they came out of these new cheese. It's it's called extra toasty cheeses they're all just the burnt cheeses and it said at the bar it's at the top I was skeptical but that's at the top are number one most voted voted cheese it number one most voted cheeses voted for most requested what it was I think they might have had a contest or something amongst amongst different cheeses and they're not bad so yeah my go-to launch is usually appear burn early sandwich and a handful of cheese it's okay it's pretty good but they're lunchtime yeah well and that's what I'm saying when I had that I'm good that's what I'm saying like most of the time I do have a light lunch launch but if I'm like out in a bad I usually have a late lunch too but if a man about I'm hungry try and go for a light lunch out and subway apparently has that option now one eighty nine for these sandwiches and that's in New York excite prices exactly there's a New Delhi I've been going to that a humanitarian what they sound for in those Shithole flyover state imagine this into a real coastal elites show matter what they sell for those Hellhole just kidding we don't think that way yeah but there's a there's a New Delhi that I went to the other day let me put this by talking that Paul re are in a second I gotTa Panini Okay Apente Panini stinks by the way up enough fuck you please take the best thing Out of the bread they turned the bread into a rock. Now it's and you never know of maybe should hold places where you get Paninis newsbeat peanuts that's Regan your Paninis yeah like a lot of trouble along dry woods still don't like them Panini a bag of potato chips and can of Soda Seven Ninety Nine Oh ooh that's not bad yeah isn't that great good luck I'm a very wealthy man I don't I don't I don't value shop for lunch sometimes AGLIETTA lobster yeah well not for lunchtime we just said I had a I have a late lunch with a late lunch for you either a salad which look in in today's New York City Prices Sal it's GonNa cost me ten to twelve dollars Oh easy yeah ah I can't get a salad for that price around me again good sweetening that's where like fifteen dollars at you get the you get the woods with like chicken gene and stuff yeah yeah not me I don't eat that stuff I hate chickens I like to eat them yeah like chickens either thirty thirty they'll so anyway Paul Rudd here's a man who America's boy yeah he's probably got a real nice diet it because as you say so young yeah you know people say that ee a is aging well I bet he just moisture is a lot yeah I've been trying to moisturised now yeah yeah I like I I try to moisture as but then I always feel to slimy all the time yeah here's my problem when I'm moisture is in the morning because then I've got like I'm usually getting out of the shower so I'm like super hot at the shower scalding hot snap or why refuse to use soaps I just use the heat to clean and so hot out of the shower then I put some moisturizer on and then I take like a ten minute at more more than ten minute walk to the subway some getting hot and now yeah now I feel slimy from my skin's pushing the moisturizer back out and I I I don't know the proper way to use moisturizer because I felt slimy so I started really rub it in but then somebody told me like now that's just going to clog your pores you gotta use a hairdryer point a hairdryer your face that's right the moisturizer the layer of slime off Paul wrote if you're listening right in with your moisturizing tip yeah or you know even if rob lowe is listening I mean he's got even better probably tips she's had work done nop Paul Rudd Rob Lowe for sure maybe I mean definitely I'd like to turn this into a caddy celebrities you are you are the total gossip I like to just gossip about so let's talk about who's had work done speculate on head at work done it's it's a it's a system that demands it I talk about this I don't know if I talk about this much on the podcast but in my day to day regular life one of my favorite topics to talk about is how every celebrities had worked on but it's the the ones onset youth think look great and are aging gracefully they're just the ones that are like being smart and be like no don't try and make me look like I'm twenty years old again just shy and made me look like Like I had a nice nap do you think Ted Danson has had where Council Luli Ted Danson he's for sure had head hair plugs he was going bald during tears and he's got a full head of white hair are you so you're saying hair plugs that's worked yeah yeah is our braces having work done leg braces no on your teeth Oh yes having worked on everyone in Hollywood is fake teeth I know that the people it's the people that are like now don't make them blindingly white right yeah that you yeah maybe they don't have fifty fifty right you fools yeah we'll has their original teeth in Hollywood they yank out all your teeth and put in dentures actually the only way to get ahead I was watching a thing with Paul read the other day we'll get and I noticed I was like oh he he doesn't have great teeth and I was like oh good for him yeah like not bad teeth by was looking teeth now it's like Oh always thought like super straight or any and every man yeah he's a great man he's one of those guys is he's I think he's the the male equivalent if women were shitty enough to do the thing thing that men do that I don't think they do you know men are likely what you know how to do the thing that Mendy I don't think they do with this with this specific thing I don't think women do this Oh man will do we'll be like this you'll see somebody in in a movie like movie star Yeah Right there in movies yeah Oh yeah I like her she's like she's not really that pretty look I find her pretty it's like no she's a she's a Hollywood star Yeah I mean the thing if you're in a movie guess what you're more attractive you've like hey you schlub that lady isn't like Oh thank God some some some two-fifths finds her attractive because you're the only one yeah people in movies that are like like Oh that person's supposed to be like you know the goofy co worker or something if that person like walked into a party you're at you'd beyond all right out of anxious anxiety yeah that's I I yeah I think Paul Rudd's Kinda like the hey he's not like super hot but he's against lights up a room Dan Christmas unattainable unattainable man you've ever seen yeah because you've.
Tom Brady rips media over portrayal of Netflix scene
"Patriots quarterback Tom Brady not happy with how the media is playing his cameo radio walking out of strip malls look like the one where patriots owner Robert Kraft got himself in trouble ABC's Paula Ferris has the story in Brady's new comments about it all takes time Super Bowl champ Tom Brady taking aim at the media headline I understand what it's actually about Brady on the defense over the weekend after a cameo that he filmed along side actor Paul Rudd for the new Netflix dark comedy living with yourself included an eyebrow raising the bar scene first time you six some feel that the fictional spot backdrop for the scene bears a striking similarity to the now infamous Florida spot we're patriots owner Bob Kraft was charged with soliciting prostitution back in February Kraft has pleaded not guilty Brady meantime taqlid his critics head on see the bit was shot in front of a green screen leaving him on aware of what the final background looked like there was taken out of context the show's creator Timothy Greenberg tells refinery twenty nine he wrote the scene years ago long before craft was charged but admits that after craft was arrested he thought all right this is clearly not going to happen now but Brady honored his commitment like that about
Brady upset Netflix cameo seen as shot at Kraft
"Patriots QB Tom Brady TV twelve is addressing a video clip this weekend that's taking social media by storm Brady told the media a cameo of him in a show on Netflix where he seen leaving a spa is being taken out of context and has nothing to do with team owner Robert Kraft legal controversy that clip from the comedy series living with yourself starring Paul Rudd opens with a shot outside top happy spot a strip mall Tom Brady walks out of that spot with a smile on his face Brady is asked in a scene if that's his first time at this wall and he responds six Brady says that she was agreed upon a year ago and written four years ago he denies his cameo had anything to do with team owner Robert
"paul rudd" Discussed on Sunday Sitdown with Willie Geist
"Hey guys Willie geist here with another episode of The Sunday sit down podcasts my thanks as always looking and listening along you are GonNa love who I've got Leased today the Great Paul Rudd he can't meet Man Woman or child walking down the street or your family or circle of friends who doesn't love Paul Rudd alf where Paul plays both of the lead characters so he plays himself and then he plays another version of himself and actually acts opposite himself with like quick comic timing it's incredible how they do it and we get into that in the interview I'm joined by the producer of this fine podcast Maggie law how you doing are you also the producer of this very fine interview in many of our very fine interviews on Sunday today Britney Mania Good I think we were both pretty excited about this one we'll we'll everybody loves Paul Rudd yes and there's just so much fertile ground I mean you can start we talk about his days apart Mitzvah DJ which he is really we he went deep on that because we have the footage that you dug up that I was able to analyze them yes we have seventeen minutes and then we went through yes Off Impressive bought Mitzvah. He's got doc martens or half tux shorts it's a pretty good luck a yellow tuck yeah he jokes in the interviews I think that was the birth of the grunge movement nine shorts started at about somewhere in La but Maggie it's hard even to pick a favorite Paul Rudd movie there's The holders clueless of course go to but then the whole judd apps got appetite grumman forty year old version this is forty knocked up anchor man's one of my favorite infant I was gonna say the show and he said you know he sees the streets still wearing things that have the quotes I it's like it's such a classic it's really is it is and that was Britney talks about the left turns in his career man was a more recent one because all of a sudden Paul Rudd beloved and comedies is now a superhero in marvel star but he says the big turn was when he met Judd Appetito yes it's something that he is described as a left turn in many different ways and it's weird though because that's what you SOCI- with him like associate him with these comrades oh I thought it was interesting that he's like a classically trained dramatic stor and by the way British parents nobody knows that yes British born parents yes very interesting dad worked in the airline industry they moved got and they eventually settled near Kansas City which is which is where he grew up so Brittany try before we get into the conversation to set the stage a little about what the show is GonNa say what is the net foot living with yourself and it's rudd opposite road yes so living with yourself is I would say sir has these scifi aspects to it he's a man depressed you would say not happy with his life he tries to change I don't WanNa you know I don't want to give it away he tries to change his life and in the process it he clones himself and now there are two of his character miles two miles one job one life one life how do they navigate yes exactly that's kind of all you need to know God jinx it into but it's also like a little dark funny very funny but also a little the first scene of the series I'm sitting down before I interview and watch this episode a hand punches through the ground someone's been buried alive and that person gets out I I believe I WANNA say nude I'm not sure if I think news I think he earned a diaper outside a plastic bag words this person has been left for dead and buried but this person was alive and then we're off to the races in their opening rust me it's funny somehow from there in a ton to get to with the Great Paul Rudd Right now on the Sunday sit down podcast hi Paul thanks for doing this fan appreciation you just talking about the you series which obviously is unlike anything you've ever done in your career probably likening people obscene what grabbed you about it when you even read it on the page anything I I you know I loved the idea of playing two characters and playing in scenes opposite myself was a new experience I thought it was really The funny but an existential way I thought it was dramatic and moving I can relate to the material this the themes of the show ah I finished the first episode just kind of read it and and and they were also all written which is normally the case that I could just keep going and scripts normally they have one or two and then they write them as they go but he were eight contained episodes that were short and really riveting and every time I finished one and I want to read the next one and so I thought well that's probably the way it would be if you watched it hopefully that's the case this having watched it it is the case all right very good yeah you're the first person I know that this is even seen is that true I don't know anybody really your wife hasn't seen it I won't let her watch it uh-huh she's she has seen it my wife my wife without side your family right okay all right good that sounded bad let her watch it don't say anything else about it you just don't let her watch no she you're the first person I know that has seen it I'd have my family and H so how do you explain to somebody who hasn't washed it which is almost everyone what this show is about blank page you say here's what the show is I guess it's about this idea that we are presented were presented with the opportunity to make the best version of ourselves would we take it I'm thinking of this on the fly there's might not really be what it's about let's go far I'm Gonna I this is I'm going to say with confidence like I know what I'm talking about I know the themes of the show are no about describe it quickly I really should have planned ahead I'll just go knowing this question is going to be I think that it's an kind of this dilemma do we is the best version ourselves if we were able to get that would we want it is it really the best and as with themes of how we feel about ourselves and liking ourselves and leading to the people that we love in our lines how do we do it in a good way and healthy way and and that's what it's about in a nutshell there you go nailed that you go thank you no I ended that is actually what it's about because you may think you want to know the best version of yourself and then we actually see it might create some conflict we've all had those moments where during Dan I feel clear in my thinking and I'm impressed don't in conversation or and it's temporary thing I'd like to hold onto this feel rooted I mean it's very temporary with yeah I I I I've only a few times but but I think you know this I feel like all cylinders are firing and and and yeah is that something that you can sustain not really because miles is now in a great place when we when we meet him no he's taken some real shots in life around you know one of the things that I really liked about this show was that I would read the script and then a few episodes later see it from another point interview and other perspective and it made me reevaluate what I had seen I think that Tim Greenberg wrote the script it in a very clever way runs throughout the whole show you different characters perspectives similar events but I loved I've already I've already kind of gone off of what your question actually even was but there were certainly as I loved I loved that about it I loved that as I was reading thinking okay we've now set up this idea that there are new versions of this person and is this going to be just stressful and I'm just going to watch this whole big in the last episode the shoes op and never gonNA and that's not actually what happens and when I saw that that wasn't happened that's not what happened in it comes out quickly oh now really invested what is this thing going to be and never never stopped what was the original question tell me again are you answer to answer two questions you went onto the sex question I very economical psychic I felt like I knew what the next question you looked over the horizon well we'll just finished episode tune it's clear there's some turn about to happen as he stands outside the door with a rock in it is hand and we get the credits just purely as a mechanical acting question I will give an answer as a mechanical how did you carry out these scenes did you act opposite yourself I mean I think the first time we really get it is in the first episode and you're riding in the car and it's a comedic scene and so you have this banter where your timing is great with yourself and then from there there're a bunch more than their fight scenes how do you begin to act that was that was one of the challenges I was really looking forward to but I didn't know exactly how to do it Dayton and Ferris Valerie ferson Jonathan Dayton married couple of group great directors who I really want have wanted to work with for my entire career they were they did the movie little Miss Sunshine let people know that as well as other things we did they're great directors and real artists and they had never done anything quite like this either and so we all went into it blind a bit it's not totally uncommon thing to see actors up the working opposite themselves ah moon or something you know and so there are different things I learned long ways there to do it in a lot of things that people do the work opposite and actor and dressed as the person and then the around and I found that to not the way I didn't do that way I found that and we discovered it early on to for me the best way was to just act opposite air but I recorded both characters audio so do the scene I would rehearse the scene as both characters knowing where I wanted to stan how I wanted to build it and then whatever character was is driving the scene I would fill not one first okay then after we got it and I would there'd be somebody off playing the responses of the other character while I was acting at and so I was just looking at tape marks and picturing islands then I would watch the take that I had done when I had to switch over and do the other character say oh I moved here on that line or I said this and looked out the window on that line and I would remember the words and my choreography while and then I would go back we would figure out where the islands so it looked like I was looking at myself and play the scene in my ear and I would remember on what line I was I picked up a can of Coca Cola looking follow Ed and so became choreography while I was doing the scene and it was it was a little weird got into the flow of and crazy heck no Dolly that is on a computer it's computer on a track it'll go through the same motions in the exact same way that you can overlay to seen so on there would be a three minute scene that's a one one shot where I am in both there's movement and I'm in both the frame is both characters engage with the other guy and it was you know technically it was really challenging but it was also exciting when we got it was weird though it'd be like if you are doing this interview when you're not there and I'm asking questions to that window to that feel weird at the beginning at least not I mean it is here because your reaction and I'm not reacting to end but I have my voice in my ear and I know where I wanNA take the same.
Avengers, Paul Rudd And Josh Brolin discussed on Roe Conn
"Right. Your thoughts on this. This is the much ballyhooed twenty third entry in the marvel universe avengers game. And you know, what has been hyped to the skies. It's going to grow three hundred billion dollars in its opening weekend here in the United States opening week. It's really going to be about four days. And we'll probably crack the two billion Mark worldwide in a matter of a month or two has it opened anywhere else yet. No it is. Yeah. Yeah. I walked I saw the screen earlier today as we were talking about it, the AMC river east, and they had you know, the ropes already there. And it said lines begin to form at six AM. So I guess you can get some of these theaters assigned seats brothers. You can get a ticket, but it's not a guaranteed seat. I don't think I'd wait Jesus. I would wait in line at six AM. If I thought for sure he was coming by Springsteen, not six AM, but God love those those crazy fans so for folks who have been following along with this first of all can any movie live up to the hype. And I am happy and pleased to report that this film lives up to all of the crazy hype. It is maybe the best superhero movie ever made certainly one of the best movies in the entirety of the marvel universe in part because everything we've seen in those other twenty two movies has led to this moment of this incredible collection of all the avengers. Now for those of you. Playing at home the last avengers 0 war sorry. We have to talk about the ending of the movie that came out before this one but fan, the, you know, the most evil despicable villain in the marvel universe. Played by the great Josh Brolin, believing that the world all the world's all the universes. We're going to be destroyed soon because of you know, the fake news overpopulation and the global warning he decided the only way to say. What's to arbitrarily slice the population of the entire universe in half with the snap of his fingers? And he had the six thirty stones which has learned nose into loud him to do that. So at the very end of the last avengers movie shocking, the people because half of the characters in the marvel universe disappeared in clouds of dust. They died now this movie picks it up immediately thereafter with the surviving avengers all in a state of mourning scattered to various ends of the earth because half of the planet has been destroyed there. There's no more Peter Parker spider, man. There's no more Nick fury, the Samuel L Jackson character, many others. They're gone. So now, they've got the surviving avengers. You've got your your Tony stark iron man, and captain America and black widow and a few others. But what can they do? They can't do anything until until this. The only part we have to get away a little bit. What's gonna happen here? So letting people know who are listening now online. Listening to podcast that this is this. This may be the moment that if you want to be a total virgin walking into this, which most people are who are really it. There is then here. This is your moment to check out. Yeah. And you know, I will say this to my view and 'continuing here. I'm a guarantee not gonna spoil the ten biggest plot points this film, but Paul Rudd who plays ant, man. You know, he's he's deep into the the quantum physics. And that all that kind of stuff because he's been in previous movies. He struck down to even smaller than aunt, and he's entered the quantum realm and bet inside all kinds of places where nobody else could go. So he's kind of dealt kind of with transporting oneself in mystical scientific way. So he's saying now, can we take it to the next level? Can we explore the quantum room to the point where we can expand time in a way that we could go back just far enough to before fennel destroyed all the people half the people in the world. And then one of the vendor says what you're talking about a time machine. It's it's a well. Yes. So the idea is going to be that the surviving. Avengers are going to pair up in teams of two and travel to various time spots on the time line and various places they got one shot to maybe make this reverse history. So here's this clip. He's
"paul rudd" Discussed on Happy Sad Confused
"Idaho this excuse me construction outside an arm but construction hong kong island i own construction rowan donaldson i got a jackhammer from engines i gotta go i'll see you later this is the podcasts where we do for tumor but will they said that was paul selling it is that will is that what you're watching it sounds like they call that one pussy will he names that's the mayor the mayor the many on the laura semi r e bass el mundo diawara lives the mayor it's the m a h e r the mark when i got back of his the martin is like the mayor mich is a bit more political which is weird if our mayor have to be more political with your amar okay so but i would say that going by the handbook of hollywood which there is one assume there's a hollywood hillock given shown it anyway but when i look at paul rudd and they see justin theroux these are not necessarily the kinds of characters without revealing too much about the length so they go that pop up so that the diesel say that's exciting for you guys it was yes it was exciting to play and and it was very by honored that some somebody like duncan would maybe think of me certainly plays a role like that is it so is there at this point in your respective careers an adjective a something you see the script about the character of central character you're playing that ism in an immediate turnoff that makes you either close the script or short against the wall i have one for one when i read lines that say certain things when any character says like blah blah blah blah blah and besides blah blah blah blah blah blah blah you know like no one says like you know she we've added in a lucky she go out to dinner whether she seems like a good girl and besides what else you going to be doing there.
"paul rudd" Discussed on Happy Sad Confused
"I need anything else we should say sammy's should we just let justin a poll carried the day i think we let justin nepal carry there's a lot of fun surprises coming up select them let them just enjoy this for now at furn of remember guys please review rate and subscribe the to the podcast i was saying last week i have noticed that since we since we've been mentioning this we're getting a bunch of reviews on route eighteen and almost all them are actually good now way airwaves though nice lease of she had that kind of commitment say 'this robbed the she she's actually is listening right now please a review in regions ascribe please please please enjoy this conversation with paul rudd and justin theroux here still lackey i am i'm plus you hashtag has sagged glass and enjoy mute on at flick's seem quite now meet viewing yes oh my god i love her we already sell feeling volatility tape until you feel it is this live there's no no deep down anderson snow podcasts work i've heard of them no no do you ever listen the partyis poll have you ever nokia phone should be able to know i left to dial up i'd alec last podcast summer nokia and they uh like one i really look cereal will good i mean it's just like the characters is so rich she has a risk better 2015 the sound affects or allies um the guy they've got to re open that k they have to have risen adhesives imaging did you see what verani it on which they would make a podcast of the jinx.