19 Burst results for "Paul Scheer"

"paul scheer" Discussed on How Did This Get Made?

How Did This Get Made?

01:31 min | 10 months ago

"paul scheer" Discussed on How Did This Get Made?

"You can listen to it it is. I mean it's satisfying comedy. It's what i always want so check it out. I think you'll really like it out and it's impromptu and by the way jump onto the discord. My discord is discord dot org slash paul scheer and the have discord dot g g slash hd gm on. Paul scheer we are breaking down some movies a very big way because that is what unspoiled is all about This summer we have been doing drastic park. Men in black back to the future and upcoming next week is speed so join in that conversation and the most important thing Get vaccinated and if you have questions about vaccination i refer you back to our special vaccination mini episode with a doctor working on the front lines in missouri. All right enough my and let's hear from you because you know you have problems life. Love parenting whatever it is. I'm here to help you so rob from long island. Give me the theme get one all. We're out of time so next.

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"paul scheer" Discussed on Watch What Happens Live with Andy Cohen

Watch What Happens Live with Andy Cohen

04:34 min | 1 year ago

"paul scheer" Discussed on Watch What Happens Live with Andy Cohen

"Excuse me so. A lot of people have been wondering. Why did you in bethany on follow each other on instagram. Good question followed me. And i was like well. Why don't wanna follow someone who doesn't follow me a friend so i just said okay. Well i don't. I don't even keep up with the there. You go smattering. you will not be. I'm big shot season two. Then i imagined when was last talk. Rejects okay she like. I don't know she does involve a lot of people. I'm kyle all. Can i ask you. Can i ask you a question. Kyle about another relationship that i've had questions about obsessed about puppy gate and i know how this all went down but have you and lisa talked after that whole thing went. Oh my god are you kidding me paul. We're going to have to gonna for this poll guard. I'll do a google search because every week there's there's circling each other in beverly hills. They keep showing up at the same restaurants. And it's a lot. It's a whole lot of stuff. But i'll summarize it and say no. They have not spoken. I think i need to get on my roller for this myself. There you yeah exactly exactly. Yeah by the way. i don't follow. Any of the house is on instagram. Because if i did it would be like a one hundred. It would be like fifty more people to follow ended. 'cause you can't follow all of you know so anyway. I told you you got in trouble. This say kyle. I said you really only want to follow some of us and not would get in trouble. Exactly be bad. Let's go back to the audience. The gentlemen in square number three on top rocco with the goatee. Hello sir hi hi. How are you good are you. You're kind of my question is for. Kyle your recent high kyle. You're recently reprised. Her role as lindsey wallace in halloween kills. What was it like going back to your roots or two years later. It was incredible. It was such a great experience of filming in north carolina. And doing i'm lee with jamie. Lee curtis again. After all of these years it was amazing. And i'm really excited even though it got pushed back a year because of the pandemic. It's going to be released this october in theater so it's really exciting. That's great that's gonna be a huge hit. Paul you're you're saying sorry. Go ahead kyle. You're seeing that. So he michael myers is did not die in that fire in the first one. That ankle myers back for hollowing. Kill jila wall. Paul your podcast. How did this get made is about terrible movies. Tammy from north. Carolina said in your opinion. What is the worst movie ever made. That hit it big. Oh that's a really haven't hit it. Big it's so rare. That's a big success. I would say. Look if you're gonna put it in this it's not so fun. But the transformer movies are just they're almost unwatchable but they make ten billion dollars. I mean i. But i mean if you're going to go with something that i feel like will bring like Will like bring me like happiness to you. Have to watch a movie Called the miami connection about a bunch of ninjas rock band who are stopping cocaine trafficking in orlando florida. That's a movie or tippi. Hedren chen her and her whole family in a movie about real. Lions attacking them called roar insane. Melanie griffith got mauled by a tiger. In this movie it's crazy. Wow those are some good. I'd like to throw forrest gump into the. Oh yeah you're right. Let's take down forrest gump. That movie is trash. We can admit it now right what i saw that movie and a screening and i was like. Oh my god poor tom. Hanks yeah there's so many of those. Oh my god. I want to thank kyle richards and paul scheer. The show is black monday sundays..

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"paul scheer" Discussed on High and Mighty

High and Mighty

02:24 min | 3 years ago

"paul scheer" Discussed on High and Mighty

"We'll wish Christine Nangle happy bird ad because birthday James dome. You happy birthday. Bobby moynahan happy birthday. Now, we get into famous that. I'm not friends with Justin Timberlake, Justin, Timberlake, Minnie driver. He has many driver speeches. Porsche rossy. Yes. These are all good shit who else. Jackie robinson. Oh. And isn't it? Who's on scandal? Is it her is Sheree, washing Kerry, Washington. Phil collins. Young writer. But if I didn't say his name he'd be pissed. Yeah. He always bring Healy's emails, but he's like so you did a birthday. People are more famous than you David John gets special shot at what does he writing on right now? I think he's did. Carpool. Karaoke was his last. Yeah. Yeah. I don't know if that's still going or what I'm curious about the writing process on that. Let's talk about process, I think because they do so many like mini little bit element. I don't think it's like a ten person writer's room. But I think I mean, I also think they carpool karaoke like probably one of the hardest things to edit which I've mentioned that's what he's doing to. That's that seems like a nightmare to me. Yeah. Just like that many camera. You did that shit with like a green screen? Yeah. Super driver with that was that was at least easy because you load them all in. And it was like so it was only one camera. Pop up the cut. Putting to music it's like well. That's happy birthday to all the January thirty age of Aquarius. This is so awesome. Thank you so much, please. Thanks for doing it, man. Do you have anything that you wanna plug? You can watch black Monday on Showtime, get Showtime and. Oh, yeah. You know what? As matter of fact, you can go to show time and use the code black Monday, and you get free thirty days of Showtime. Oh, do that. There's that do that. And then check out unspoiled, and how did this made if you like the podcast about movies if you have not listened to how this made? But somehow listen high and mighty you can start with the quest episode. Or start with the action Jackson episode. You recently put up that was one of my favorite guys are the real throat is so funny funny on that way to into the move was so great. All right. Thank you shooter by shitheads. I might. That was a hate them.

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"paul scheer" Discussed on High and Mighty

High and Mighty

02:40 min | 3 years ago

"paul scheer" Discussed on High and Mighty

"How do you choose which four people go? I'm like, this doesn't matter to college. Everyone's curious about processed get to that. What my dream is is to kind of this with Manziel's. I want to create a slack which is like an online workspace thing for a community of people. I think people can do this internally with their own community. So like say, it's like you. It's me. It's Manziel is. It's like rub corbu handful people. It's sort of like if you have a if you like the Spanish teachers, amazing there'd be a thing over there. Oh, great only use your Spanish, basically, a small database of people that we all know and work with because if that's the thing that I'm always fascinated with like someone's like, oh, yeah. I got I love my gym. Oh, this great kick boxing class. Oh, this restaurant is really good. Like, it's almost like a curated rage own friends. It's like the next thing on social media. I think is shrinking back down to I don't need to tweet to sixty thousand people. Hey, where should I get? She we'd salad Hollywood. Because that's something. I had the other by seaweed sound West Hollywood, Mike. I don't want to tweet that. And. Deal with and I'm like, I guess to Email my five friends that live in West Hollywood. But this is what the kind we need the inbetween Instagram and waste threat. It's early Sort of. yet. Yes. If you want like. You want like I wanted to my friends thinking it's like, I don't sit down and go like, hey, looked up on your TV on your wall. A great personally TV on wall. Yeah. It is like next door. But for your friends, you're confident in their tastes and your trust. What you're asking for like this guy just hired this week to do some like work in my house and the great handyman guy. I'm like oh. But you would never know great handyman guy asked me. But why would you ask you that? And then we had this like online kind of slack. Yeah. I got a doctor recommendation from a friend. I'm like, I need a real doctor. They're like, I love my doctor. And I'm like, this is an adult forty year old man conversation. I never had. But thank God. I found this fucking. Let me ask you this question. What do you think about freedom that app I have fucked with that too much? Do not. Oh, sorry. This is a future of doctors offices. Have you seen this? No. I thought you were talking about the thing that offer. Yes, I think it is called that. And maybe I'm mis representing what the places basically. So it's this crazy like kind of gym membership for doctors, you go in you have a doctor's appointment like they scan your body your body's like total recall level..

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"paul scheer" Discussed on High and Mighty

High and Mighty

03:36 min | 3 years ago

"paul scheer" Discussed on High and Mighty

"They're not like they're not like crag on my how I mean, you're you're also apparent so that's a whole nother layer of business. But I can't I used to read like crazy New York regionally it blows me out so much. I mean, and when I say those books today, it's like oh God on an airplane that they were my kids. We're not there. And I was I had. I had a four hour turnaround when someone else shooting they're seen. I looked at Mark Mark applause the league with like he has an Instagram thing. And he like release all the books that he read in two thousand eighteen when you look at this list with the footmen where did you get this time? I think your busy that dude is on like seventy five fucking things. Are you reading multiple multiple like five hundred six hundred page books? I just don't get it. That's crazy. Yeah. I mean, I do I read the most when I am working when something and they're like, you got two hours your trail great. I'm gonna read a book. Getting paid. Yeah. I loved it in a trailer. All the waiting around is my favorite part of acting. Good acting giving my business just let me be trailer. I'll be fine. I'll be there all day long backpacks, like phone charger laptop. He's downloaded magazines everything. I'm ready to go. Go hotel states. Yeah. It is like oh tell you like did they put out? See that's those are I need to get involved. I need to read this the new the picture that book that. I'll tell you what it is. Oh, no. We'll put it up with whatever. This is for me. Anyway. That. That's so have you have you made have you noticed anything behavioral change wise that you've like has affected your like that you're like I used to fuck around and do blank now, here's something. That's like what here's something. I don't do. Or here's something. I do sizes something if I'll just answer my question, a great host. Before you shout over you. I used to for longtime wasn't exercising, and I was like I don't have time for that. I have to do work. Then I in the last couple of months started exercising again. And I feel like I'm doing more than I worked. I think I need this for mental health is important in the thing. That was the thing about is like if you enough time to fuck grown internet for thirty minutes for thirty minutes. Just make that commitment. Yes. And the fucking around on the internet for way, more than thirty minutes. Exactly. Like, an sometimes I just do my a very simply says that I do the gym. But I'm very happy with it. I ratchet the treadmill up to twelve point five like mine. Yeah. And then I just put it on two point five as speed and just walk a slob like it's it's like hike. It's a hike right up for thirty minutes. Yeah. Sweating at the end of it. Are you panting? Something. Yeah. Of course, see that's fucking the moon. But then I worked out in the end. Look, I could get into other things to what everybody like running doesn't do it for me Pat on a bike too. But I just like my whole bodies moving. And if you no, that's that's I mean, anyone will tell you that if you're gonna do it for thirty minutes, then it's the right workout for you. Right. If like walking running for you, but walking is if you like to bike to row swim. Whatever it's gonna make if you lift weights swing kettlebells, whatever is gonna make you do something for thirty minutes is the answer. That's hundred percent the end you just need to go. I'm not going to get yoked..

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"paul scheer" Discussed on High and Mighty

High and Mighty

01:41 min | 3 years ago

"paul scheer" Discussed on High and Mighty

"So. And so say on Twitter, what did this thing these were moles and your brain is fully functional? And I feel like if I was like give myself, I think that the the finger. I'm what I don't have time for us. I used to read a lot more. I use my phone on me all the time. So daydream and do things you losing that. So like if you can kind of like knock that out like wall that yet something I've been thinking like I I got an alarm clock and didn't. Keep my phone by my nightstand. For like a couple of weeks, and I realized I felt crazy before bed and in the morning, and I'm like, I don't think it should be looking at my phone right before bed. Then again, I totally you right. You know what I get? I get up and go this is, but I get up and get on the toilet, of course. And I bust out my phone. I'm there for fifteen to twenty minutes yet. Probably only need six minutes. Everything I need to put a book, and they're really read a book. That's not tween or whatever. Just don't even bring my phone. Yeah. That's the move. And then the other thing going back to the GT thing the getting things done. This is what I like about that the core concept. I think is really smart. Is you want to write a pilot, right or what or listening even simple like you wanna plant a garden outside? Right. So you're goal is you'd right Dennis sheet of paper plant garden, and then you underneath that all the steps you would need to plant the gardens. So he's like I got a I got to find a measuring area in the back. I gotta get the seeds from Home Depot. Gotta get this get this get this tool. So you list like fifteen twenty different things. And then that's how you treat like your goals. Your goals? I wanna plant a garden, but you're giving yourself fifteen steps to get there. So it's much easier to go to Home Depot today..

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"paul scheer" Discussed on High and Mighty

High and Mighty

01:49 min | 3 years ago

"paul scheer" Discussed on High and Mighty

"I remember the one thing about that show. Was we had a ninety minutes slot. Nice said we don't have to do the full ninety minutes. Right. And they're like, well, I think somebody else that I think we don't be let down and that was very. That's the case. No. No one does uncles for. No one's like come out. And do another fifteen minutes. Please. No, no, see that shit. I think if you like if you did a forty five minute long brought show is plenty if you have an hour sought you do forty five minutes ninety minutes, you do sixty exact to do know improv show should be longer than seventy minutes with an intermission makes. It makes me feel. That's like ask cats. Not even that long. Okay. And then here's my other field of questions. I wanna get. For a long time. I've always looked you've for like productivity life types. Yeah. Because I am like a king of tiny kingdoms in the way. You're you're you have podcasting. Tv this you're doing all this shit. You producing all this stuff on the side. Do you have anything that you've done in the last few years or device or method that you've gotten that has helped you handle everything? Yeah. I have varied. So I will say that there is there a mindset or even like a new behavior yet on I have everything that will probably tell you hear a bastardize on some level. Okay. So so got let the core. It's kind of like improv like you. Learn the rules, then you make it your own. Well, that's I could do it like this. Exact okay. There's this book that I heard about called getting things done, right? This GT Howard Stern talks about it. And the core concept of it is great. It kinda was written..

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"paul scheer" Discussed on High and Mighty

High and Mighty

04:11 min | 3 years ago

"paul scheer" Discussed on High and Mighty

"That's my idea of great birthday dinner is I get super high in a parking lot. And then I go full horizontal eat a meal and watch glass in king Arthur's court that is right. Chose. So that's what I'm talking about. When I'm like tiff for my birthday, I want to eat here. Like for her birthday. She's like try this play. A we went to twelve million for this or not twat forget what it's right. Twelve over here on Highland twenty. Oh. I know I know twelve million by my house and feel this. Highland. Yeah. We went there for her. We're going to pick. That do you have. Go to birthday suites like someone's like, I'll tell you the they it's tricky. I would say if I like, I'm a big cookie person. I like cookies, okay. And I like a specific hypoc. Okay. But it's like there's a place in the Glendale mall. Again. They have a great cookie was a stand. It wasn't even like a full on store. I like that. But, but if I was gonna pick a thing that I would want yellow cake chocolate frosting, like store bought that engines that shit is nine ended nine intimate the Dunkin Hines that while. Yeah. Hind that I'm behind that. That was always a it's easy to kind of make and the gilson's by my house, which is they do these big chunks of those cakes at the cash register and every now and then my call get one of these impulse buy. Sites because it's like, I don't want the whole cake. I don't need a whole kick in in the house. Take two more before whatever then the house. I'm eating that breakfast. I mean launch look fork full of it now. No big deal. I'm like walking out the door grabbing two bites and then I work from home mostly and five K can house. There could be a fork sitting in it all day. I want my soup. That's. Yeah. But that's like a big that's a fun thing. And I think for me definitely my birthday is trying to do something with June last year. I love sushi June does not. It's weird. She is thinking about textures touches and texters and things like that. So if she looks at me, she's like, I don't like I'm not going to like that. It's going to feel my mouth. So she makes very big assumptions about food. But she went with me to really good sushi restaurant, and she really enjoyed it. Because the guy made her eat it like do you give pep talk on the drive to something like that. No. Because she's like she's like, I'll do this. That's cool. So it's a good deal. Yeah. I think like one year for my birthday like tiff agreed to get stoned like she doesn't really get high. You wanna blaze and watch movie for my birthday. She's like okay for your birthday. That's a lovely thing. Thank you. Honey, finally, getting high with me what What it it is. is to me is I've gotten older, that's all I want. I wanted to do something that I wanna do can I treat the narrative of the night like. Not guilty about it. Dude exa- was just about the tag with and not feel like I'm asking favor. It's been a lot of money that was the experience that I wanted. We have a milk bar that just opened up on the so I might have to get like a cereal milk ice cream or compost cookie from. While I have you here. There's a few other things I want to first of all for I you were my level to improv coach who's in that class. The the only person I've remember Nick Ross, and Derek Mason. Those those guys were used to be New York over for anybody Seth to over for you like week five. I remember we were in this weird little like Ripley Greer kind of Jason place. This would have been made two thousand four like graduation, and you I was on best week ever as well as sort of new from there. And then I I got. You got Entertainment Weekly article about you. And they sat in the class. I remain..

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"paul scheer" Discussed on High and Mighty

High and Mighty

04:26 min | 3 years ago

"paul scheer" Discussed on High and Mighty

"You save fifteen. We're both happy. It's a tricky thing. These parents really are so impressed by like. But it's like they they think they know you, but you've been living out of the house or most of us have been living for a long personal situations. Like, my mom hasn't even like she's only seen the inside of my apartment. Once you don't even know what I have exactly like that's why my biggest pet peeve. Art, never give anyone fucking art. That's a close game. That's that's almost like buying underwear for someone. That is almost like you have to have you have to fucking say I want that. Like, that's the only. Yeah. Art when we moved into our like our house now to put this up is that what we have to do. We've put this thing that you get that's a very personal thing to to weird. Yeah. People do that shit all the time. Like when they give you like picture frames as a gift you like this go with my house at all. Also, have you been my house? How many years do I have? I know. I know I I know it's tricky it's give it to me. If I ever give someone art that wasn't Tiffany. It would be under the auspices of like, and if you hate it. I don't give a shit if you don't put it up right here that story about George Clooney and Richard kind now. Okay. So George Clooney used to be roommates with Richard Richard kind. Like if you don't know who he is. He's been city. Yes. So he's like this kind of like veteran character actor dog doing. Mad about you to the brother-in-law. So they did monologues at s cat in The the DM DM. Alan Alda, Mike. That to me all the was unreal good. I could only he did. Oh, Hello to. He was. Good. So he okay. So they're living together. They've lived together. They both are struggling actors, then George clean become towards Clini. But you're still still always work actor, but you're always pranked, Richard kind. And so George Clooney goes to a like garage sale. And he sees really shitty picture of like a clown. Like, I just there's clown paintings. But this is a shittier, and it goes to Richard house this many now he's like the famous church cleaning. And he's like, hey, Richard. I've been painting and made this I was thinking about this view. And I got you this and made this for you. And and so like in Richard all my God. This is beautiful. Everybody original puts up his front hallway. Like, this is George Clooney made me this clown painting. This shitty thing like Cleveland. Keep it in his house for like five six years. Until I got that in a garage sale. That's awesome. Talking about on action boys the other day, like the always feels like you hear that these mega famous rich actors are pranksters in a way to humanize them. Clooney's the one I've heard the MO like, of course, Arnold Schwarzenegger is a prankster 'cause he's a bully. Clooney is the one who keeps coming back where you're like. All right. I'm starting to believe this, dude. Actually, he has a sense of humor Asli Clooney's actually doing like the pranks in the spirit of pranks where it's like like, we're Mel Gibson. I remember Mel Gibson was a prankster it. We were talking about Braveheart Mel Gibson suppressor. It's like he that's not part of his personality, no hassle. That clampett is a funny prank. Like that is that is not a bullying this like a fucking the best Kuni prank. I ever heard was and I forget, I told it on panel somewhere. He's like was staying at someone's house, and they had a cat. He kept allergic kinds. Okay. He keeps taking the cats turds. And he's getting more and more concerned that his cat isn't shitting. And he's and then Clooney on day five shits in it like a human size log and he's like, Richard your cat. It finally. That's so fucking funny. Funny bid. The mill gives them on like punched me in the stomach. I pull them over as a police officer says really awful things. Homophobic slurs. What a silly boy for for awhile Christmas, gift wise, me, and my brother and our Ciga..

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"paul scheer" Discussed on High and Mighty

High and Mighty

03:16 min | 3 years ago

"paul scheer" Discussed on High and Mighty

"Happy to. Also were both January thirty first people. This is birthday today. Yes. This is amazing. It's birthday today. And what better way to celebrate a birthday than with doing a podcast doing my job? Doing you doing a favor for someone else's? How do you? Celebrate your birthday because I think we we're in this zone where older right? We're not. So. So the idea of going out and getting wasted is not like high on my list again one gong fucked up. My only accidentally get fucked up these days where I'm just saying. I guess I had five drinks last night. I remember. Yeah. I know I did I did something it won't point. Oh, I'm the kind of gone right now. But it's so rare almost a dose myself. Yeah. So my my birthday traditions more or less like the weekend before after the birth. We have trouble because usually the birthday after our birthdays the Super Bowl, which is what it's doing this year. She got to do the one before which is the Pro Bowl weekends. You get. Yeah. It's a little tricky. Because we're yeah. Thirty I is a is a good one because far enough away from Christmas, which is great. Yeah. But we're fucked by the Super Bowl it is. And you like I've always been like no one wants to party on the Saturday night before a super now at least when you were younger now that I'm in my late thirties. Although last year for my birthday, I did rent a chartered a bus and took fifty friends to go. Well, they paid for their tickets. But we went took fifty people to go watch USA play Argentina in rugby down in Carson, California workout amazed. That's amazing. I think it's like it's hard to figure out what to do on your birthday because you want to treat yourself. Well, you also want to like I like to take the day off. I'm a big believer taking the day off on. This is tech. Early on off. I'm off now. But I want to do anything. Right. Like, you're saying you won't even schedule something for January thirty first during the day if you like that. You have to work to work. Yes. Yeah. Exactly. If they have to work you have to work. But if I can have any control over it. It's like, no, it's a it's like a free day. You should. Yeah. You should be able to sleep in. Yeah. Maybe get a little help. I'm not a parent, but you are imagining like, well, yeah. It's like I mean. Yeah. My wife takes care of me on my birthday ever care of her. Yeah. It's the right way to do. My wife did one thing that was really awesome one time. She got me breakfast in bed from a chef came to our house and made breakfast. And then by the time I woke up it was already to go with all my favorite stuff. Oh, that's so cool. It was a great give us that. You can take us. The good thing to do because it's such a surprise. 'cause you're not even leaving your house and you're in bed, and it was like that's like the dream idea of birthday gift from. I don't have to leave my house. Yeah. You gotta get up nizing casually. Like, it was it was so good. And we me and tiff do dinner on the nights of our birthdays. If it's not the weekend. The let's good. Birthday person gets the choose so usually chooses some like expensive restaurant we've been talking about going to God. And I usually make her go to a place that she would always poo poo for a date night. That's a smart way to go. I was okay. There's a place out here called save by the Max Bell restaurant right in there to open a new version of it..

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"paul scheer" Discussed on High and Mighty

High and Mighty

03:38 min | 3 years ago

"paul scheer" Discussed on High and Mighty

"Go to watch it. The wrap arounds of booking people's courts day site, the days of trolling like going through Craigslist to find acting jobs where you're like, we're one hundred dollars for a video. And then you don't even know where it's going to air, but you're like dressed as a wrestler screaming. Did you do that thing with me where we just as wrestlers and Carnegie Hall? No, I did something with and Bobby Moynihan was there, also January sky. Yeah. It was way early in my career, quote, unquote, even at VH one time, and I went to there on a Saturday, and we shot a weird thing though supposed to be like video game load screens for like a fake. And I had no idea what it was. But I knew I was getting like two hundred and fifty dollars. I got paid. This is a big money gig about a thousand dollars dresses arrests. I didn't know what it was in. Basically it was for the CBS upfront presentation. So every year the networks go, and they kind of all the advertisers in their Carnegie Hall. So Carnegie Hall, we're all dressed like idiots like a Budgie. But you know, I think wriggle and Billy merit and less moon visas onstage, president of we got more than just I just recently became a huge fan is. Oh, yes. Old guy here about the guy the more I respect like a lot of different jobs for different times of people. Plassey, dude. Like, let's move is on stage is like because it gets UPN is doing wrestling at this point new PIN's. Our doesn't even exist anymore. We're more than just wrestling. And then we all came out onto. On for as we were saying that the ushered offstage onstage for twenty five seconds standing all day in a weird Ascot's. But no, it was the best gig. It was just that thousand bucks, whatever it was to walk across stage for twenty five seconds. And that would take that. Now. Oh, yeah. That's the best especially if it's not filmed. And you're like, there's no way this can come back and bite me in the know ever. See this great done, so many shady jobs like that. Well, I've been wanting to have you on high and mighty forever. Because we have a lot of weird things in common. We've yes, we're both from Long Island, which is like ten episodes of this podcast about Long Island. Both enjoy watching good and bad movies degree where we've monetize it or. Yeah. Yeah. I'll be into a career maybe potentially ruining watching movies for our selves. It really does. But don't you find that? Now watching a good. I don't know there's certain things about good movies feel so great to me Oh, yeah. or I guess. I should say a mediocre movie is kind of great because I'm used to seeing ship. That's so I kind of it does feel that way. When you get to watch movie that you're not watching where you're like, oh, I'm just gonna put on this movie and enjoy it. Well, it's been fun. I've been doing this other podcast where we watch good movies called unspoiled. And it's been like all these amazing movies which on one flew over the cuckoo's nest and best. Yes. And it's an interesting list. The the hundred best movies of all time. There's no female directors on it, which is crazy. The ordering of it is bizarre. But for the most part, they're all amazing films. And it is weird. Because my instinct when I'm watching a movie and taking notes what what the fuck of that coming from a comedy standpoint, you're like, I'm ready to roast gone. And then you're like, can I sit there like there'll be a week world be watching like, you know, cellular with Jason state, and then going to like Clint Eastwood and unforgiving my mind. But knows stop this would he do you're in unspoiled shit talking. Then Then happened..

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"paul scheer" Discussed on Dumb People Town

Dumb People Town

02:39 min | 3 years ago

"paul scheer" Discussed on Dumb People Town

"Announcement warning those traveling on highway thirty five near the DeKalb county line did not stop there. Be ical sets ridiculous. Exactly. Annella Bama thirty five exit. Do not eat the Brown right now about say about to roll tide. Effluent fifty. Roll over us out a row we three God damn day. Oh. In addition to creating a traffic hazard, the explained the chicken tenders were unsafe to eat a real zone. That's your opinion. Alabama officials then made the decision to close down the highway to one lane in order to accept the cleaning process. Go on down. All you all I'm turn on shallows. I'm gonna go down there and get that book and chicken. Only a couple. Alex, Alex is back in the town. Hi, buddy. Doing bring the heat or go sit down. No quick Doug hear them marijuana possession Front Street. A Warren man was arrested at three AM after police found marijuana in the car. He was driving and officer checked the car's license plate number while the car was southbound on Front Street. The car belonged to a thirty year old Berea woman who is wanted in Middleburg heights, the officer stopped the car when the driver the Warren man, roll down his window. The officer smelled marijuana the officer asked the may there was marijuana in the car. No, I smoked at all. Smart smart smart of riddle. However the officer founded jar of marijuana in the front passenger seat if the officer leaves Front Street at five fifty two. The officer. Then learned that the man's license had been suspended. So he told the man to call someone to pick him up. The man called the car's owner the beret woman who was arrested upon arrival. Oh, that's diabolical. Thank you, sir. Alex. Thanks, tom. I appreciated that. Thanks, wait. Hold on a second. I want to thank Paul Scheer. Doug Benson, everybody. Does that? Naga down bed Kurt. We are the squad. Reuters thank you so much coming out at oh shit. We gotta get that. Thank you. Thank you for this. Dumb. Around.

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"paul scheer" Discussed on Dumb People Town

Dumb People Town

03:40 min | 3 years ago

"paul scheer" Discussed on Dumb People Town

"I falls arguably that fateful shove on Saturday morning. It'd been the beginning of nothing, but bad choices for seventeen hours nothing, but had choices for seventeen hours all of them documented in vivid detail, you know, the person wanted to write thanks to me. Stein has been released from jail on the condition that he had no contact with his landlord that he not trespass on his land lords property. I'm going to ask you now. How old is Thomas Everett Stein? Once again, you are a guess you can go first Tig, which is second or third Paul Scheer third. And you'd go third. Okay. Jason randy. He's twenty four twenty four. Visit young dude. I think he's I think he's twenty nine twenty nine Paul Scher. I'm going. Old old the four four. It is always fun to like guess old hush fell over the crowd. You guys literally talk. Like, it's the passing of the peace at church. Midwestern cut that's a mid western. Okay. Let's get a couple of people put your hands in the air if you'd like to guess right here in the great hat name. Cari? All right behind you. What's your name to show and forty two more this gentlemen, and I'm gonna do one over here? Mark thirty seven I already grabbed you didn't that brother? Okay. Do it. Then. Forty okay. For real eighty one as they went on my side that fifty four. Yeah. Paul Paul Scott ball's falls like fifty four. All right. One of you. Is one year of put of the game? But get your answers in now wherever you are screaming at your ex because. Not at me. I'm not I'm not your ex. Take it easy go let your acts. Thomas Everett Stein. Koop a seventeen hour man of bad choices to win a girlfriend. He used to have a saw an axe and evacuee cleaner Twitter all ruined in that snow twenty nine one one calls is. Twenty five years. I said twenty four. Would that bring them up? Chiming. What's like the guy who plays superman and the new DC movie? That's right. I was going to say he looks like he looks like the stand in for Casey Affleck and Manchester by the sea. He looks. He looks like Mark life's been Ruffalo he looks like he right before they took us. He said just fucking take it. He looks. He looks like he hasn't taken off his hat to sleep. Just say one thing. I know we'll say many joking about all this stuff. But here's a twenty five year old who owns all this great stuff. And we're talking about a problem and Omni, I don't think back of cleaner axe tank. He's doing really. Twenty five year old outside of their parents housing guys. An example for us should be following. I just thought friend acts peppers brace saw so phone. No water foot to kick a door in that story. Number one. Let's take a break. We'll be right back with more people. Ow..

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"paul scheer" Discussed on Dumb People Town

Dumb People Town

05:43 min | 3 years ago

"paul scheer" Discussed on Dumb People Town

"I turn his mic. Wait, wait out broker town. I do podcasts off, Mike. Deep background deep. I have a couple of about you. Let's let's throw the picture back up. Please go back one brother back one. Jan Flavio rejected for CVS loyalty card. That's very hard to get rejected. Jan does favorite movie of twenty eighteen Ray Liotta chant tricks commercial? Yes. Those are those are gripping phenomenal. Thank you, Paul share while going to town. Oh, Jesus very excited to be here. Did Ray Liotta that commercials say when I'm not smoking. I have more time to stir the sauce. Keep your eye on this. Hi radio Liotta did this show called NTSC SDS. Hell, yeah. You do. And Ray Liotta. We got him to be on the show on amazing guy, a lovely guy. But it was a fifteen minute TV show. Yeah. And where we gave them the script. He goes, this is as many pages. He got you guys. Need more pages? We said, well, it's only fifteen minute show us if I do this. You're gonna get more pages. Upgrade? We got let's see how good is the scrip. Let me way. Like what if that's what he did? He got you like a two hour show that had to fill everyday your life. But this Ray Liotta, it's fucking comedy. We've all we've all we've all done parts. I've never judged the weight of a strip by my yet. That's about right. That's a good script more pages. Little light little lights little light. Well, Paul Scheer. We believe that the world is getting dumber. I don't know. If you subscribe to that feeling of that. Do you guys believe the world's getting dumber maybe maybe faster than global warming? If you believe in that. Yeah. To believe in the globe. And the only way to fight back is through humor are amazing dummies on the ground, send us stories, and Dan, you've got one do you wanna do a story? All right here. We go. Do it. Here we go who is it sent in by. You know, it was an MBA someone. Thank you. This was sent in by Justin Helmer at Justin. Hell mur. Thanks did. Kind of hope as middle names. Hell. It's a clever handle, I'm gonna call this story. Just in h Elmer the ballot of Thomas ever Stein. Okay. Because we're the ballot of Thomas Everett, Scott, I'm in I come in. That thing you do. That's that's where this all takes place different person. Same movie set. This is the Jewish version of that Stein around eleven AM on Sunday Thomas, ever, Stein's landlord came knocking the Minnesota city man was late on his rent. He said Minnesota city didn't know that. What is that? I'm guessing it's not in Minnesota. Soda city, Florida. Look guys going up. I what's the name of the van Minnesota city. You need a new book and band name. Okay. Ladies and gentlemen. We'll come Minnesota city. Drovers? Okay. All right. And you all have attack drums. All right, fine. All we know is twenty four sixty five. That's all we know. Are you seeing twenty five or six to four point four six? Didn't know there was going to be mad. Usually as with Chicago. All right. So ready? Yes. Okay. So the land on came in. That's where we're at so far Tom every sign sign. Tom everett. Scott's gonna get a lot of weird tweets. I'm sorry to premiered on TV. You couldn't pay your rent? Okay. There are a number of ways to respond to the situation and many of the situation from the jersey shore. There are two ways to respond to him. Fuck off get off my girl. I feel like the situation is so pro Trump, right? He must be. Sure. Yeah. Jim tan Trump. Situation with drive his Jeep top down in the winter. Got it, man. I got it. There are a number of ways to respond to the situation that being your landlord knocking saying you around and many of them and peacefully this encounter. However, began ready seventeen hours of pure unadulterated vitriol between one man and his landlord manse. We are about to embark on a seventeen hour journey. I love between one man and his landlord. I love it a fight. Let included pepper spray. And flying weapons on a second. Did I ever tell you about there was a car wash in? There's a car in LA like prospect in Vermont that I always I know this one. Okay. So it was a cry..

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"paul scheer" Discussed on Bad Science

Bad Science

04:35 min | 3 years ago

"paul scheer" Discussed on Bad Science

"Just like, oh, if you were throw your TV out the window. It's pieces you plug it back in robocup would be on. Yes. Of course. And we are joined today by CPO loud and Smedley ladonna Beth. Oh, my. Oh, close. Okay. Don smack. Let's start this over Brett. So explain to us first before we get into the robo Cup of at all what a CPO is what that means. Yes. CPO's is certified prostitutes orthopedist not to be confused with prosthetic or sorry prostitute. Okay. Good. So we evaluate patients we cast them. We fit them for various prosthetic devices back braces, knee, braces, are the fish arms legs. Great fingers. All that. And you've brought some of that with you here. Thank you for doing. So this is way more than anyone else's overdone robotics people's working robotics you've taken from their body. Day. They're looked up to an ipad, which can make the move. Yeah. Well, what's the fugitive next time with the one arm, man? I love that movie. And so let's get into robo Cup. I when did you guys I see it like you were saying that you thought you had seen it? But maybe not is off for the first time. Hi, guys, Moses here what about favorite time. We were just listening to it episode of this show, and we couldn't tell you and Paul Scheer's voice. Which is the first time anyone's ever said that no one very specific voice. I I didn't realize I had not seen it until last night. Yeah. Of course, I've seen that movie. But you've only seen chunks on like TNT. Right. And they have about ninety five commercial breaks. Very violent. Yeah. It is the one of the most unnecessary Rafic. Yes. Vs play violent video games. All the time. I have no problem with that still shocking to she gets my blood pumping. But this is the only thing like, oh my God. This is excessive and seen porn hub. The amount of Squibb's that are in this movie. A lot. Got an x rating I found eight times they could put it to to an are rating? Yeah. They they wanted them to cut the the glitch seen do you know, what seen him talking about where that huge machine gun robot joys that? Yeah. Stairs. Exactly. Yeah. He that that seemed poll there who've and I don't know if I'm saying his name, right? The director thought that that was really funny. And so he wanted to keep it in because he thought it was just like a laugh riot because there's a whole it is very funny. I will say the guy gets destroyed. And then I think the initial reaction somebody runs over and he's like can we got here which is. So people have not seen the movie, which why are you listening to this? Yeah. Big big corp- dot unnamed general Corp, they bring out their their new sophisticated police robot, and it murders a man on the first try like errors. Oh, heart doesn't just like. Oh. Crucify him with bullet shoots nothing else. A bunch and then the recovery time for one people. Yes, go someone get a medic mind you he's been shot without exaggeration six hundred thousand times. Yeah, it's true. He's bodies unrecognisable. It's the kind of bullet where I guess it rips his clothes. Yeah. Like explodes the squid low. Now, granted RoboCop did survive a similar shooting from points. Yes. Sean. Yes, Sean, he's got all that does boy or was a robot. Oh, yeah. Survive. Right. And then they I would like to speak on that science before we get into the head. I did I did have to research if people could survive being shot in the head does get shot directly people survive it. He's a so then Murphy who is just become RoboCop. Chases the bad guys to a warehouse where he is then shot no less than five hundred thousand six times at close range with shot point blank rain exploded, Bobby standing and getting footing like he's trying to boarding. Yeah. And yelling, and then he gets shot in the head..

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"paul scheer" Discussed on Bad Science

Bad Science

04:35 min | 3 years ago

"paul scheer" Discussed on Bad Science

"Just like, oh, if you were throw your TV out the window. It's pieces you plug it back in robocup would be on. Yes. Of course. And we are joined today by CPO loud and Smedley ladonna Beth. Oh, my. Oh, close. Okay. Don smack. Let's start this over Brett. So explain to us first before we get into the robo Cup of at all what a CPO is what that means. Yes. CPO's is certified prostitutes orthopedist not to be confused with prosthetic or sorry prostitute. Okay. Good. So we evaluate patients we cast them. We fit them for various prosthetic devices back braces, knee, braces, are the fish arms legs. Great fingers. All that. And you've brought some of that with you here. Thank you for doing. So this is way more than anyone else's overdone robotics people's working robotics you've taken from their body. Day. They're looked up to an ipad, which can make the move. Yeah. Well, what's the fugitive next time with the one arm, man? I love that movie. And so let's get into robo Cup. I when did you guys I see it like you were saying that you thought you had seen it? But maybe not is off for the first time. Hi, guys, Moses here what about favorite time. We were just listening to it episode of this show, and we couldn't tell you and Paul Scheer's voice. Which is the first time anyone's ever said that no one very specific voice. I I didn't realize I had not seen it until last night. Yeah. Of course, I've seen that movie. But you've only seen chunks on like TNT. Right. And they have about ninety five commercial breaks. Very violent. Yeah. It is the one of the most unnecessary Rafic. Yes. Vs play violent video games. All the time. I have no problem with that still shocking to she gets my blood pumping. But this is the only thing like, oh my God. This is excessive and seen porn hub. The amount of Squibb's that are in this movie. A lot. Got an x rating I found eight times they could put it to to an are rating? Yeah. They they wanted them to cut the the glitch seen do you know, what seen him talking about where that huge machine gun robot joys that? Yeah. Stairs. Exactly. Yeah. He that that seemed poll there who've and I don't know if I'm saying his name, right? The director thought that that was really funny. And so he wanted to keep it in because he thought it was just like a laugh riot because there's a whole it is very funny. I will say the guy gets destroyed. And then I think the initial reaction somebody runs over and he's like can we got here which is. So people have not seen the movie, which why are you listening to this? Yeah. Big big corp- dot unnamed general Corp, they bring out their their new sophisticated police robot, and it murders a man on the first try like errors. Oh, heart doesn't just like. Oh. Crucify him with bullet shoots nothing else. A bunch and then the recovery time for one people. Yes, go someone get a medic mind you he's been shot without exaggeration six hundred thousand times. Yeah, it's true. He's bodies unrecognisable. It's the kind of bullet where I guess it rips his clothes. Yeah. Like explodes the squid low. Now, granted RoboCop did survive a similar shooting from points. Yes. Sean. Yes, Sean, he's got all that does boy or was a robot. Oh, yeah. Survive. Right. And then they I would like to speak on that science before we get into the head. I did I did have to research if people could survive being shot in the head does get shot directly people survive it. He's a so then Murphy who is just become RoboCop. Chases the bad guys to a warehouse where he is then shot no less than five hundred thousand six times at close range with shot point blank rain exploded, Bobby standing and getting footing like he's trying to boarding. Yeah. And yelling, and then he gets shot in the head..

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"paul scheer" Discussed on Unspooled

Unspooled

03:18 min | 3 years ago

"paul scheer" Discussed on Unspooled

"Everybody wealth gum do on stalled I Nicholson, and I am Paul Scheer. And this is the show where we watched one film from the top one hundred greatest films of all times two thousand seven edition to see if they really are as good as people say do they hold up and how they influenced the films that we watch. Now this week. We are watching the searchers, which is a film. I'd never seen before have you ever seen the searchers? I have I have I've been tangled at the search for a long time. All right. I'm very excited to talk to you about this is my first kind of entry point into I think, John Ford N, John Wayne movies. So a lot of stuff there. But actually a lot of similarities between this film in the film. We talked about last week which was in the heat of the night. Now, I watched a lot of green book, I did not finish green book. But I didn't see the similarities and what I saw. I just felt like it was more driving miss daisy than it was in the heat of the night. Really? You got a road trip movie through the south with one Slavi white guy who screws up. Everything and one he's not slobby. Don't think that I don't think even very good shape when you go. He gained forty fell really still be pretty good. That entire movie is shot with his belly out like a basketball. Maybe you're right. All right. Did you did I've heard of the rings on did? But I will say that. I did do some more research on Beverly Hills cop and in the heat of the night was a direct influence on this film. He said that he wanted to create a film that was a mix between Beverly hillbillies and in the heat of the night just saying continuing my Beverly Hills cop is in the heat of the night conversation. But how does chip every house fan? I mean that I mean, it's clearly a directo mosh a lot of people weighed in on line and brought to our attention that what we confuse this movie four was to sir with love because we said we thought that in the night, he was a schoolteacher. But it's actually to sir with love in which the plays a inner city schoolteacher that I've never seen that film either. I should say that found and Amy someone also brought up to the point that there was no Simpson's reference to this. Film. But in futurama there was a Mr. Tibbs reference when they went to a soda like a soda advertisement, and the slogan was they call me missed up and that was brought to our tension by Kenny Menino surprise, mister pip is never just done that. Why would be weird connotation? I mean, there's so many people like us, you know, the catchphrase with the film. I mean, look I would be into it. And it was interesting that a lot of people are watching this home for the first time and talking about how it does resonate now. And it feels you know, socially, relevant, and, you know, even though it was up against films of the time like Bonnie, and CLYDE and the graduate. This is a movie that may not have as much clean. But no weird way. Still feels as important as the day. It was made. Maybe it's not as flashy that it kind of gets lost in the mix. I also on. A point out for people who are having trouble finding these movies. There's a great.

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Marvel Comics Universe & March 2019 Solicitations Spoilers

This Week In Marvel

01:53 min | 3 years ago

Marvel Comics Universe & March 2019 Solicitations Spoilers

"So, you know, the new comics that come in March twenty nineteen are going to be fully revealed really soon. So we're starting to see some of the news come out about that include ING, you know, our top news of the week. But there's more. There's even more Spiderman life story is this really RAD series. I've been hearing about internally for a good long while it's by chips at our ski and artist Mark Bagley. And it's essentially a real time look at what Peter Parker's life would have been like from getting bitten by the radioactive spider in nineteen sixty two in on through the decades. So like by the tennis comes up fifty seven years later what happens to him to the world. It's gonna be super cool. We have a new series coming in March called domino. Hotshots spy writer Gail Simone artists. David body on the awesome team. Who's been doing the domino book that I absolutely love? If you've not read the domino book at believe shoes are on marvel unlimited. First collection is probably at right now. It is terrific hotshots is basically all the great stuff that we've been seeing with domino. And with sporting cast outlaw and diamondback. It just making a bigger domino led team book with black. Widow white FOX who is a really neat character. Some of our marble games listeners will know of she's been in moral future fight, and she's really really need a love the design for her and a character called atlas bear who. I think is a new character. But it's a character called atlas bear I'm very into this. You got murk action spy action adventure action action action. So hype for this another book on the way, it is called cosmic ghostwriter destroys marvel history by writers, Paul Scheer and Nick g-o-v Nettie an artist Geraldo Sunday divall, and it's cosmic ghostwriter stuck in the past messing up the universe by really funny, dude. I am one thousand percent into this. It's going to be really great. You'll see lots more, marvel comics. News from arch coming in the next couple of days really

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Yeardley Smith talks to Matt Gourley about the Simpsons

I Was There Too

00:41 sec | 4 years ago

Yeardley Smith talks to Matt Gourley about the Simpsons

"A little bit now i can only imagine you've been asked a lot of these questions a million times so you have every right to pass or deflect it to something rather talk about but i always try to pride myself in finding questions that are different in some way but i don't know about this line it is a tough one just all been ass i can imagine and how many years is it now it's just started recording season thirty good lower no years we literally have writers who grew up watching the show who thought might dream job will be to ride on the simpsons but they won't still be on by the time i'm old enough and like oh yes do you have any that were born after it debuted yeah i believe so yes i mean there are people in that room who work on the show who have no recollection of a world without simpson that's extrordinary zand i mean thirty years thirty two relief you count the tracey ullman show that's old enough to have been born when the simpsons started or even slightly after a now to have your own children who are walking and talking and watching the simpsons that's that's bananas it is an institution like saturday night live where a long involved would have been raised on it completely absolutely yeah god so you if this is true additionally originally read for the role of bart that's true and nancy cartwright read for lisa is that right yes interesting i think it was never well two things happened so i did a play here in los angeles at the fountain theatre called living on salvation street that was directed by dorothy lyman who used to be on mama's family do you remember mama in fact i see that this kiki she was a juvenile delinquent i did i three episodes and because of doing that tv show when this play came around dorothy lyman cast me as the lead and i played this girl named wilma who wanted to join the army and saying l was presley songs so nothing likely simpson and about i would say like seventeen people saw that play and one of those people are year later was casting the simpsons and she says that she when the role of lisa simpson came up she said i know exactly who should play lisa simpson and it was me it wasn't nancy so the fact that i did read for bart and nancy read for lisa i think it was more of a well let's they always have women do the voices of young boys because their voices don't change obviously right so i don't think it was so specific as we're just gonna throw a lot of spaghetti at the wall and whoever is better for one and then for another and then of course i'm sure they had editions with tons of other people that's who we will cast but i did read for bar but i don't even think it lasted a whole scene interesting yeah 'cause i just sound so much like a girl always and over the years do you struggle to keep it fresh for yourself do you find that the voice of all because i look back at the tracey ullman versions in the early seasons especially with homer i mean it's it's started with oh yeah okay a lot of people think actually that whoever did home or on the tracey ullman show it was then a different actor who did it when we went to half hour but it's the same as dan castellaneta and dan orig when we drew in the bumpers as we call them on the tracey ullman show agree told the whole story in one minute right three twenty seconds segments something to that effect before the commercial break and dan fashioned homers voice after walter matthau and when we went to half hour he couldn't sustain it technically like vocally he couldn't sustain it so he had to alter it and that's why homer sounds so different yeah and i think when i first started doing lisa simpson i really didn't do anything i mean i sound a sound i i think probably now about now i probably like him about fourteen but back then i think i probably started let goes eleven

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