18 Burst results for "Peepshow"
"peepshow" Discussed on WABE 90.1 FM
"A look at some of our problematic faves and how to enjoy culture in the complicated age in which we currently left. It's bull's eye. I'm Jesse Thorn. David Mitchell and Robert Webb met in 1993. They were college students at Cambridge in the UK They were doing theater, and when they worked together, they realized it really clicked. So they took to the stage as a double act. Mitchell and Webb stayed shows turned into TV writing gigs, TV writing gigs turned into their own sketch TV shows. Mitchell and Webb situation. The Mitchell and Webb Sound. The Mitchell and Webb look then in 2003. They start on a British sitcom called Peep Show, which helped make them international names. Peepshow is sort of like the odd couple. There are two roommates, one sloppy, the other up tight, but instead of being shot like a movie or set on a stage in front of a live audience. The camera in the show is mounted on each character's head. Literally. Every shot is a point of view shot. You see what they see. And when you are looking through their eyes, you can also hear their thoughts. Also, unlike the odd couple, Peepshow is deeply deeply dark. There are very few good people and no character really grows or changes in the show's nine season run. You can credit that in part to the writing of Sam Bain and Jesse Armstrong. Jessie went on to create the HBO show Succession Anyway. Peep Show's final episode aired about six years ago. Mitchell and Webb sort of went their separate ways for a while. Then recently, they reunited with this sitcom back. It just started its second season on I F C In a moment, you'll hear a clip from back. But first I do want to mention that. While this interview is mostly fun, joking about fun, jokey stuff, it actually concludes much more seriously. I asked Robert Webb about some controversial tweets he posted in 2018 and later deleted. Those tweets were critical of a charity, which provides care and support for transgender and gender nonconforming kids. That portion of our conversation has a very different tone and is obviously about some very sensitive issues. We want to make sure that you're not caught off guard. Also Worth mentioning that David Mitchell and Robert Webb were recording their ends of our conversation locally, but they declined to provide us with those audio recordings. We were recording a back up with our video conferencing software, but that backup started about a minute into the conversation, so you will get a little bit of extra intro. Okay. All that, having been said Let's turn back to back the Mitchell and Webb sitcom. The show follows Foster brothers Stephen and Andrew and their long struggle for control over the family pub. In this scene. Steven, played by Mitchell has just returned home from his time at a wellness center. He runs into his foster brother, Andrew, played by Web at the family pub. Stephen becomes irate when he discovers that Andrew Paid for his treatment. You paid for me to stay at line? Um, Abby, not Mom. I have the means and Ellen felt great. Terrific. I thought it was Miss Havisham. But it was you big bag, which Language actually helps Pip to fulfill his dreams. I know my Dickins Andrew, Don't you dare try to out dick into me or it will be the worst of times. That's Dickins. I mean, clever. I.
"peepshow" Discussed on NEWS 88.7
"They take a look at some of our problematic faves and how to enjoy culture in the complicated age in which we currently live. It's bull's eye. I'm Jesse Foreign David Mitchell and Robert Webb met in 1993. They were college students at Cambridge in the UK They were doing theater, and when they worked together, they realized it really clicked. So they took to the stage as a double act. Mitchell and Webb stage shows turned into TV writing gigs, TV writing gigs turned into their own sketch TV shows. Mitchell and Webb situation. The Mitchell and Webb Sound. The Mitchell and Webb look then in 2003. They start on a British sitcom called Peepshow, which helped make them international names. Peepshow is sort of like the odd couple. There are two roommates, one sloppy, the other up tight, but instead of being shot like a movie or set on a stage in front of a live audience. The camera in the show is mounted on each character's head. Literally. Every shot is a point of view shot. You see what they see. And when you are looking through their eyes, you can also hear their thoughts. Also unlike the odd couple, Peepshow is deeply deeply dark. There are very few good people and no character really grows or changes in the show's nine season run. You can credit that, in part to the writing of Sam Bain and Jesse Armstrong. Jessie went on to create the HBO show Succession. Anyway. People show's final episode aired about six years ago. Mitchell and Webb sort of went their separate ways for a while. Then recently, they reunited with the sitcom back. It just started its second season on I F C Now, in a moment, you'll hear a clip from back. But first I do want to mention that. While this interview is mostly fun, joking about fun, jokey stuff, it actually concludes much more seriously. I asked Robert Webb about some controversial tweets he posted in 2018 and later deleted. Those tweets were critical of a charity, which provides care and support for transgender and gender nonconforming kids. That portion of our conversation has a very different tone and is obviously about some very sensitive issues. We want to make sure that you're not caught off guard. Also worth mentioning that David Mitchell and Robert Webb were recording their ends of our conversation locally, but they declined to provide us with those audio recordings. We were recording a back up with our video conferencing software, but that backup started about a minute into the conversation, so you will get a little bit of extra intro. Okay. All that, having been said Let's turn back to back the Mitchell and Webb sitcom. The show follows Foster brothers Stephen and Andrew and their long struggle for control over the family pub. In this scene. Steven, played by Mitchell has just returned home from his time at a wellness center. He runs into his foster brother, Andrew, played by Web at the family pub. Stephen becomes irate when he discovers that Andrew paid for his treatment. You paid for me to stay at line?.
"peepshow" Discussed on KTRH
"To me. The sign of a good song is something that moves you to an emotion. Or to have a recollection of a memory. And, uh And then when you do look back 20 years after that song comes out you could say on this day this happened to me. You know, whatever that this may be. You know, he goes through that I go through it. It's not keep listening to I heart radio form or Bon Jovi and all your favorite artists. Come on, wake up. Okay. Bear with me. I wanna have some fun with this, Calum. I want I want your honest reaction. Ready? Okay, Whatever microphone on, That's all they first things. First. I have a room for a call or two and 713 to 12 K trade. Every call moving forward has to be rapid fire. I've got witness stories, and I got a couple of other questions. We're gonna get to In this segment when we get down to the bottom that half hour and go to news after news, Rapid fire everybody So e need honest response to this from Callum. You want to join the peep show up in Tomball? Um, the chicks are there, baby. Yeah, I'm talking about the chicks and their arrival times and the chick types at the one and only dnd feet up in Tomball. I love their tongue in cheek way of handling. Welcome to our peepshow see the chicks because they got some cameras on it. The arrival times and the chick types do. Some are subject change. Always so always call the store for special orders to confirm, but everybody likes getting chicks at this time of the air. They want to raise him for their own eggs. And everything else. But just remember one of the best place to get fresh chicks and welcome to the peepshow is get to feed store like D and D feed up in Tomball there on FM 29 20 about 45 miles west.
"peepshow" Discussed on Richard Herring's Leicester Square Theatre Podcast
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"peepshow" Discussed on The Valleycast
"Like Kevin was saying like just making things even if you're like Oh shit is sucked, don't look at that as a failure and don't look at that as a stopping point look at it as like okay. When this isn't new shit none of this is profound but most of it is. Very true and the reason why you keep hearing it is because it is very fucking true. If you keep making things if you keep writing things if you keep drawing, you're eventually going to get better at it, and if you've got a big grand idea and you're like this big grand idea is my is my baby and this is the thing that one day will be a movie or a TV show or youtube show or whatever. Work up to that workup to the thing that you really really think is a good idea is worth making make a bunch make hundreds of things before you make that make test version of something that you don't plan to show anybody or put online or whatever. Until you feel like you're fully ready and confident of to make that and I guarantee you if you put the work in and you really focus on that one thing that you really want than I swear you'll be ready to make some day and you might not feel like it's ready. You Guys Su- such good. Everything you're saying is so good. This is. and. What you're saying to doesn't happen consciously. Wake up and you're like, Oh, I've feel like I'm all of a sudden great at doing this. It's like you maybe you yes. I'm. Elliott, seeing one of those shadow people saw. The coolest thing that I've experienced is being a little kid having a vision of something in my head of how I want it to turn out. Trying it having it not look anything like I wanted it to look like and then getting. Angry. And then slowly over time, it's like that's almost exactly how I pictured that in my head turning out that is a very cool thing to actually. Yeah exactly and you never know the thing that's in your head that you want to fully realize, and then you put the work into it and you make it and you're like, wow, this is exactly what was in my head for all. You know that thing that was exactly in your head and came out the way that was in your head, a lot of people like that and be like Holy Shit that's really unique in. New and different and weird and creative, and it makes people go like Oh shit I like that and then that's how you start to build an interest in the shit you're making and then you just keep doing that and then I think that's you know whatever you guys you guys were talking about big conto you and I feel like I should send Ryan the pictures of me-meeting you guys at like five years do you do? Not. Not. That was I didn't even respond to you anyway. You. Replied to me I'M GONNA I. Guess I'll talk to him about this. Listen. 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Here's some speaking of editing in. Let's hear more about what Steve has to say here's the ADS Ryan Oh. Isn't as a wonderful episode so far I know I really enjoyed it. So why don't you just take a breather altogether and do some ads for fun everybody Listen we all know how express VPN protects your privacy and security online right. But here's something you might not know you can also use express. Movies and shows that are only available in other countries. I E peepshow which I think is not available on net flicks in America. So if you're in America and you WANNA watch it, you can do express VPN tickets also on Hulu get general idea now. So many of us are stuck at home it's only matter of time until you run out of stuff to watch on netflix's ain't that true. So this whole week I've been using express VPN to binge. Peepshow as I said, it's simple to do I just fire up the EXPRESS VPN APP change my location to the UK reflect refresh net flix and that's it. You're done good to go. 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11 Trivia Questions on British TV Comedies
"All right guys British comedies number one. What is unique about Mr Bean's car number one what is unique about Mr Bean's car number one. Number two. What shows theme song is Flagpole Sitta by Harvey Danger Number? Two, what shows theme song is Flagpole? Sit Up by Harvey Danger. And question number three. What is the profession of Steven Toast on the show toast of London number three. What is the profession of Steven Toast on toast of London? Number Four, what is Ricky Jehovah's Characters first and last name on the office number four. What is ricky vases characters first and last name on the office number four. Number five fawlty towers takes place in what kind of building number five the show fawlty towers takes place in what kind of building number five. And number six. What actor played the main character on the show spaced number six. What actor played the main character on the show space? Question number seven. What show is represented by the acronym N D! Like the word find without the I number seven. What show is represented by the acronym? F N. D.. Number Eight? What is the most uttered solution to a computer problem on the IT crowd number eight. What is the most uttered solution to a computer problem on the IT number eight? Number nine. How many main friends make up the inbetween irs number nine on the show the in between how many main friends make up the inbetween owners number nine. Question number ten. WHAT AMERICAN SITCOM! Star plays himself on the show episodes number ten. What American Sitcom Star plays himself on episodes number ten. And the bonus for two points the show, are you being served? Takes Place at blank brothers department store for two points the show. Are you being served? Takes Place at blank brothers department store. Those are all your questions for British comedies. We'll be right back in just a second with the answers. We are back with the answers to British comedies around on all of my favorite shows I've seen all the shows that I've asked questions about here and love them quite a bit. Let's see how you did on this round number one. What is unique about Mr Bean's car? It has three wheels. That's right. It's a three wheeled little. Volkswagen looking car number one three wheels on Mr Bean's car. At one point, he tried to drive the car from sitting in a recliner on top of it with different brooms and roped up. It's pretty ridiculous number two. What shows theme song as Flagpole? Sitter by Harvey Danger, that is peep. Show my top three. Three a TV shows of all time number two peepshow flagpole sitter Harvey Danger Great Song. Number three. What's the profession of Steven Toast on toast of London. He is a working actor kind of washed up in in a lot of stuff going on a lot of auditions, the voice over auditions are some of the best on toast of London. If you haven't seen this show, watch it I've seen it like four times number four. What is ricky surveys characters first and last name on the office? David Brent Number Four David Brent I'm actually not a huge fan of the British office in comparison to the American office which I love quite a bit. I like the British office, but it's not when I go back and watch over and over again number five fawlty towers takes place, and what kind of building a hotel crazy ask hotel number five fawlty towers, John Cleese, who is hilarious number six? What actor played the main character on spaced? That was Simon Pegg amongst other great actors and actresses. On this show. You should go back and watch space if you can. It's great number seven. What show is represented by the acronym? FMD D. Friday night dinner with some of the characters from the in between years number seven Friday night. Night dinner number. What is the most uttered solution to a computer problem on the IT crowd, turned it off and turn it back on again which I tell, every elder that reaches out to me like my mom or grandma, or GRANDPA who are like. How do I fix this? I'm like turn it off and non again and that it always fixes it so I stole that from the it crowd, and it just works most the time number nine. How many main friends make the in between four four main friends on the in irs and man, the dialogue with these guys? Ripping on each other is very similar to. How I grew up with my friends on the south side of Chicago, just really busting balls left and right number ten. What American Sitcom Star plays himself on episodes. That's Matt. Leblanc, Joey, from friends or Joey from Joey. If you remember that spinoff number ten, a Matt Leblanc and that's a good show, too, and for two points to the show, are you being served? Takes Place at the Grace Brothers Department Store Grace Brothers that was a tough one grace, brothers and there guys those are all. All of your answers British comedies I'll be at fun playing along and maybe laughing about some of your favorite moments moments in these TV shows histories,
"peepshow" Discussed on Gangster House
"Bill Scarborough big bill. He's called. He's worked for thieves and for Jimmy as he was a few feet away when mays was blown up in his van. He said there were pieces. All all around me. Jimmy Maze was an electronics expert. Learning his trade trade in the Air Force. He had worked peepshow machines for thesis but quit in August of nineteen seventy and a year and a half later went into business himself. Roger Dean underhill was part. Owner of cinematics divas business making the peep shows and he needed help so we hired Jim. As on the side giving as a percentage of what he made every month underhill as with machines on the west side the colored part of town. He said he thought it was a chance to control mates at first just. He didn't tell thieves he hired maze. But eventually he told them about it said don't do it but underhill did it. Anyway because mays worked hard besides Roger was the one putting up the money there was some bad blood between fever. SOMMES when thieves will get a new car. Maze wanted one same with a new suit. Things went south when thieves brought in outside people taking away half of underhill's ownership and cinematics and giving him nothing in return. Roger was not only getting in half of what he used to get each month. And so two was Jimmy Maze. Underhill set Davis ordered as killed in December of nineteen seventy two. It was Davis's home at a company. Christmas party underhill said Mazen. Thieves hated each other. Davis had squeezed as out of a business deal and maize had gone out on his own in as a competitor. Mazel go into a rage in spittal withdrew out of his mouth and down his chin. Underhill said he had seen it with his own eyes. He told the better watch himself self. He had heard as say he was going to take a browning nine millimeter and put it in his chest and pull it fourteen times was uneasy about maze. Any wanted underhill. I'll take care of him so underhill and another bill. Bill Mahar started keeping watch on as down at ten twenty. Nine peachtree Davis gave Dave underhill a gun. A five shots with Western special. One rainy night underhill went there just before closing time and caught maize on the back stairs. underhill Lil pull the hammer back on the gun. But just couldn't shoot him. He said he was just not built that way. underhill claim thieves. Thought Maze would kill him. If Divas didn't didn't kill as I under says he tried to shoot as himself but he couldn't bring himself to do it so he got another thieves associate.
"peepshow" Discussed on Movie Crush
"Let's let's like like you and is like enough to get married and raise a kid, and it turns out it is can be. So it's a very real show, a very messy show about coupling up and marriage and parenthood as the show goes on having more than one kid in. It's just. Just fucking funny man in touching and heartwarming and is just brilliantly written. I think they both collaborate on the writing I think that both co created the show, and it's just could not recommend enough. I know it's old news to a lot of people because it think it came out the Percy's in maybe in twenty seventeen catastrophe streaming on Amazon, it's an Amazon show. Oh, cool. Just really really funny. That sounds like a winner, wonderful stuff. The seasons are short. I think they're either six or eight episodes, you can kind of blast through it. That's a that's a model. I like a lot is like a six six episode season two or three seasons. Like gimme gimme eighteen to twenty four shows period. Well, I'm a big fan of like not two hundred British comedies too. 'cause like they'll have they do that about six episodes seven episodes of season. I've been revisiting peepshow. It's on Hulu. Now have you seen? Show. No, what's that? Incredible incredibly funny. Witty sardonic British comedy with. Oh, my gosh, David Mitchell and Marc Webb, and they and also Mark web as an actor or director guy that actor there to comedians. Mark. I'm David Mitchell is on a lot of those British quiz panel shows with like, Richard. I I watch and like a lot of the guys from like mighty Bouche and a lot of those. Yeah. Weirdo British comedies. But it's it has sort of a gimmick where it takes a first person I- perspective. Like, it'll all of a sudden be through the eyes of the character or hearing their internal monologue as they go through, and, you know, navigate life or whatever. Yeah. And the woman who plays the love interest Livia Coleman and peepshow is the Queen Queen Anne in the favorite, and she is just a powerhouse actress. But this is the early very early work. I think it was like from the I want to say early two thousands. There's about seven seasons of it. And it's just it's so funny. I really recommend. It's on Hulu. That's pretty recently. I'm looking at this David Mitchell guy, does he have black is. Oh my gosh. I don't know. Look at these pictures, man. I don't think I've ever seen it. I color like that. Have you it looks kind of more Brown? Oh, look here. Does anyone have black is? It is a forum says the nearest thing to black is would be an optical condition called in Arabia and David Mitchell has no way. Interesting. Does have black is your. That's crazy. Wow. He's really funny though YouTube series called David Mitchell's soapbox. It's also really funny. I think you'd like it. All right. I'm gonna watch all this stuff. So check that out everyone checkout catastrophe. And it's interesting now that I see catastrophe actually is considered a British television sitcom on channel four. So I guess it was peepshow is channel four as well. Yeah. I guess they guess it is a British show that Amazon has co-opted. So that explains the kind of short season and only four season interesting or series. That's right. Four series wonderful shows, everyone check those out. Hey, movie Crushers, you've heard call taming the briar patch or mowing the lawn while whatever you call it. We call it manscaping around here guys, I'm talking to you man, scaping, right? Are you into it? You know, keeping things all trimmed up below the ways. Well, I gotta say nine out of ten women. I am told of all ages prefer their guy manscaping. So here's the deal. You gotta have the right tools for your jewels. Or you're gonna look like you just used a machete and things are.
"peepshow" Discussed on Suicide Buddies
"And I think it also revolves around them being largely white at the time. So it's like white people class struggle inside of itself happening. You know, what I mean like they really had like these weird conversations about welfare before there were like, yeah. I mean, it was mostly white people inside of England at the time. And I don't know. Now, we see the results. Yeah. Well, well, personally, I think all of England's and can fuck and burn. I love anguish listeners. Now. Absolutely. Well, I mean, you know, England was fucking destroyed. Oh, you mean after the war? Yeah. Sure. Yeah. And so like, but I of course, generation later the kids of that generation are just like fucked up. And now, I think we've already seen the older generation squash. That generation that's why I'm like totally fucking sucks now because it really belongs to the rich. And he took it back. Have you seen the mighty Bouche? What is that? What does that? Even is that like Monty python? I fuck then. Of people. I love everything they do have you seen the toast of toast of London yet. Have you seen that? It's mad Berry's new show. No, Oh I haven't. my God. It's so fun. Do you know Matt berry? He's like this enough box guy. Yeah. Snuff boxes. Like a great. I would call it a sketch show. Yeah. Totally. Had like a larger theme going on. Yeah. But live show snuff box. Peepshow mighty Bouche. They all have like they all work together on different things. Everything. All those guys have made is the funniest fucking shit ever want to get on this topic. But I'll go there, man. Like, okay. So we're talking about English punk rock. Know it all when it all kind of ended. It all had been shifting and shifted to comedy. Whoa. Really? Yeah. Comedy became this huge punk rock thing. It literally was like the headline of like, the London whatever like newspaper, whatever the big publication was like comedy is the new punk rock like they ran. Because on the mighty that the paper in London is called the London news. All right. I we recently got an Email from somebody. And I was like, oh, actually, it's not. And I was like I felt bad. But wait, what What is does it? it say actually, not from a? Listen to you. Alias. From england. And. Oh screws of me. I'm. It's so funny. How races this is? This is truly racist. Why I'm doing a perfect English? Accent, everyone always says I do a perfect, man. Anyway. American people kinda took a little bit of a problem suicide. Dow dot net stand. They don't fucking on staggered. New only Joel set down. Liam Liam yet. So I don't know. Sorry, basically in the eighties with also punk music and comedy. Basically there was massive funding for arts and like being a student to get more like far. No, Dave, go on actually less like farts and more like arts. I'm so engaged. I want one time go that one. No, no, not at all. Like, folks. No, actually, not like farts. Yeah. Basically all these people found out a way to kind of live off of I I mean, like government assistance, but I wouldn't say that's a negative thing. I think that has a weird negative connotation inside of maybe our society where they're on government assistance. But I also think like at the time in England they develop this kind of idea of like the art should get public funding. Like, if your taxes should go to make your place, not a shithole and like have art. Yeah. Totally bound in your community, so music seaman. Did you know that be ASI stands for better book cherry? It's big lack. Yeah. Totally beebees. Big black. Cock one big black. Cock four is where the weird stuff is what a repressed society they are despite having big Black Hawk one and big box to yet in in big black cocker radio. Anyway, go on you were talking about big black box. You're right. I didn't realize there was that correlation with it. That's interesting, by the way, I do want to say. Something that maybe we should say more often is like, I know you're listening to this show. It's the thing we make and put out so there's a little bit. It's on a network. There's a little bit of a professional air to it..
"peepshow" Discussed on The Minimalists Podcast
"And I know some people even just just cringe at the of will religion because they had a bad experience with it at some point. But for me, it was like this was just a different lens through which to see the world and and be open to that perspective, but their other the there are other places that we were speaking in Australia earlier this year in the same place that it was in Sydney were hilson goes there. The those. They're like Sunday service or whatever. And, and I'm fascinated by by that. Move. In fact, I read Carla's book and I what's once he used to drink coffee in the coffee shop as me in Brooklyn. Okay. Walked into the show before I knew he was like, there's kind must be a rockstar. It looks like a raw. He literally looks like a rockstar, and then someone was using carlin's and we had a we out. Yeah, there's to me things that I can. I can be exposed. These different perspectives not have to agree with them, but still get something out of it. What's been adding value to your life recently? I think you wanna recommend a beautiful question very quickly. I'm going to like very unperformed, but I'm rewatching my favorite comedy show called peepshow, and I feel that this is the most valuable bid of this who'll of interview. 'cause I'm turning a lot of people onto peepshow show. It's a British sitcom that it's very good because you hear the inner thoughts of the people, and so it's very good at exploring repressions comedy, or is it like a new? It's a series of that. She that charts the relationship between to France, so show. And then I'm listening to actually a bond that I really liked called Bali school here, a Belfast burden bond. Sadly, I don't think they're doing music at the moment, but I've checked the might them and daughter or the to kind of daughter, daughter check ballet. School ghost is really beautiful song. Yeah, I think it's an Irish show. Father, Ted. Oh, yeah. Yeah, I love that show soup. There's only like three seasons of Well, only. I was going to mention this because the people who roots out or produced it created a new sitcom called Derry girls set in Northern Ireland during the troubles. Okay. And it's actually very good on. It's very hard to get in America, but dairy girls is very, very to see people heeded, father, Lincoln, the show notes Sean. So I could go back and reference personally episodes very fully. That is awesome. All right, real quick. Let's move on the right here. Right now we talk about what's going on in the lives of the minimus Ryan NPR. Let's talk about something called screen list. Saturdays, we, we started doing this recently and actually just this month. I in fact, I want to say this to Ryan the day this episode comes out is Ryan's birthday. So how. Fin, you finally caught up to me. We have a meeting scheduled that day..
"peepshow" Discussed on We Hate Movies
"It was interesting, like knowing her mainly from things like peepshow Mitchell and Webb where it's like more like outright comedy. Yeah, and I did watch first season abroad church, you fuck and take that season to shove it. I didn't see this. I like the first season though. I think there's even a third one. There is Jesus Christ, but she was great on that first one. But anyway, I probably know her from like big comedy. So this is like she's doing like cruel, comedy, and in times like gross out comedy in a way, and I was like, oh, but then also at the same time being an amazing, dramatic actor. She's coming up on the crowns beacon, a Netflix, she's taken over for. Claire foy. She's fucking stellar in that movie, and she finds the sensitivity without letting it like become like, oh, maybe she's good. No, like just showing those little bits of rabbits and everything. Yeah. I mean, and the night manager, she was great to and I think both Emma stone and racial. It's nice seeing. I'm stone like this. I like seeing her out of her elemental bit more like I would love to see her do more stuff like this. Yeah. No, this is like a total reach for. I mean, she even said we were at the press conference for the screening which these things Jesus God, you just wanna start hoping you start choking on coffee and die in the theater. These questions are so bad that these people come up with like remember that, dude, this dudes like, so what was it like working with all those rabbits on the set wouldn't have been easier to just do CGI and I was like, y'all motherfucker. You wanna talk about rabbit wrangling or you wanna talk about this great movie. We've watched fuck in rabbit questions, dude, I will never forget. I went to see the social network at your phone festival. I Justin Timberlake was there. So the first question wasn't about the movie. It was this ask. Guy who's known for being an asshole. Looks like a fucking member of dinosaur, junior. Just is like, hey, so when do you know when the release date for your Yogi, bear a soundtrack songs going to be, oh, dude, and Timberlake to his credit was like next question. Nice. Just like brushed it right off, sir. Follow up question. Are you indeed saying you will be bringing sexy back? And if so, when. I just hate it. It's just the most dumb ask questions. Emma stone in the press conference was talking about how out of her element. She did feel at one of the things being she was literally the only person she was the only American in the entire cast production anything. And so that really sort of challenged her and she's doing an accent and your whole like she, she's so good, but it's so not what you expect Emma stone to be. Yeah. So I thought that was awesome to FOX's also has. Can you ever forgive me? Yep, which was at Toronto. That's that's a really interesting movie wants to too much about it, but it's Melissa McCarthy playing the writer, Lee Israel, who you know she was famous for doing like biographies of like celebrities and shit, like she wrote a really successful Katherine Hepburn biography, and she falls on hard times. This is like it's like New York City, early nineties. When it set. So she starts forging correspondent, supposedly from like decades, dead writers as the idea and selling them to like auction house make money, and it's her and Richard E grant is like her buddy and partnering crime. I heard a lot about him. They're both. Great. Okay. It's a mean, I loved it. Melissa McCarthy, like I feel like I got burned out on her like broad comedies. This movie, I'm happy to report. She doesn't fall over once. She's really, she's truly good. She's almost unrecognizable as Leah's real, which is really great. And yeah, I mean, Richard E grant the dude can do no wrong. So that's another thing they're coming out with that. Actually in a couple of weeks, I don't know how well it's gonna hit the award season circuit or anything like that..
"peepshow" Discussed on Monday Morning Podcast
"I have nothing that I could follow that and all my and going up in that fucking room after those guys in bombing was the loneliest. Fucking thing. Like I mean, I if I ever saw combing start crying in that I wouldn't even judge that was back to when the club where all the comics sat in the backpack, but you had to walk to the front of the stage and go up in the middle before they had that side and they would just be back there. And I remember I was this new kid came down from Boston. Nobody gave a fuck. I remember running into Todd berry going like going like, how do I get any? Like asking that fucking question where there is no answer, how do I get in at the clubs? He's like, I don't know, man. Just keep doing it. You just you got to hang out. Now, I know what he was thinking like, hey, dude, Amtra. I'm still trying to get it and you'd sit back there and you'd watch like tell and Kevin Brennan all these guys that were like already made men like everybody had an edge knows no joy of like, come on along. I'll show you the way now is just mean tough guys who got us spot and you weren't taking from them and screw you too. They state till two o'clock in the morning and let me I dare you to complain. Yeah, I dare you and there was a bunch of comics, so used to hide uptown because they didn't want to go downtown. He gets there. They went down there once it takes to make a Tango ready. Fuck that. I am not going below fucking twenty third street, and they scary up down there. It was. It was like Armageddon and the high used to walk by the Boston during the day when it had that shit, red awning turn pink. It looks like an old peepshow Bill. Fuck in front. I used to. I used to get sick to my stomach when I look at it and and then that was the dread what I was just like, I have to get over this fucking feeling. I am not going to make it in this city. I know because that is fucking I'm just talking by the building and it's like that bully I have to fight. Yes, completely. I remember saying to Kevin Brennan, we're up at the stand up New York, and he's like talking just about this, and I said, you have got to keep going because it's making a stronger, right? We gotta go, make a stronger goes. It's comedy. I mean, how fucking strong do we have to be. I remember this comic to bitch and saying that this shouldn't be no heckling. This should be no heckling. He's like, you go to a Broadway show. There's no heckling and I want to be a go fucking, go fucking get a job on Broadway then. Do because I don't think that there should be any heckling that's like, I think that's what makes stand up. So fucking cool. Is that it's actually, you know, that's part of it that somebody is going to do that. Yeah, that there's the energy somethings that this is going to be different tonight than it was last night and because of me and maybe because the audience, maybe because of the moon, who knows and the fact that people heckle is also what keeps a lot of people from never weeds out a lot of people. Yeah, which is a gun on both sides. I want to keep you here too long. I know you're, you're onto a bunch of other podcasts to promote your show here all day. We'll also we won't have enough time for for the gar maybe who knows start one, finish it at home. You could do that. All right. Let's do that. Let's do that. Tom, Papa, the show's called baked. It comes on September September third Labor Day night day to episodes starts at ten o'clock east ten o'clock, September. Third, it's gonna run every Monday through September. The first one is the first one actually is New York, and my buddy buddy. Jim gagging steps by Donut. Shop while I'm there. That's great. All right. I've already pitched myself with a second season. I can't. All right, so happy for your success body. Thank you, buddy. You the best right. Okay..
"peepshow" Discussed on Bunny Ears
"Say something do something fool i'm fascinated because you spent your entire life manhattan i mean i grew up on the island but i lived there for like six years or something and there's these weird little brag sorry there's these weird little pockets of manhattan because it's it's like a the most built up modern fucking city ever but then you get like that weird island in the river or like washington mews which we've talked about which is that street in the west village which cobblestone in straight out of the eighteen hundred suddenly gated kind of thing i love that when you're suddenly like best buy best by osha this thing is from two hundred years ago george washington lived here some famous poet drank himself to death here yeah and i we we were in new york at a good time to like right before it got crazy billionaire ville and labor hoods were different how is times square giuliani wise did you were you like teams in a croquet time shooting wouldn't you agree additioning in the city eighty eight eighty nine so do you remember like twenty five cent peepshow gary obviously by ninety one andy too that shit was cleaned up that's right asking yeah so it was like i i like i can remember when it was actually time square but i definitely member that weird inbetween phase when they were starting to clean it his niece shop next to the twenty five cents yeah yeah and they did all these weird art installations to and they turned it like it was they turned it into a museum of what it was just for like a year that was a really cool time but we watched that become something else.
"peepshow" Discussed on Elvis Duran and the Morning Show
"Meant is for gum is a chewing gum is like if i want to think of meant i think of like wrigley's orbit yeah it's weird freshfields anyways i love you know looking for easter eggs and stuff like that but for some reason the foods of eastern kind of drive me nuts well you got to change it up a little bit you know have something different me right pizza what's gary we make it lasagna any holiday you name it me polls and cd every true italianamerican what are we having for halloween ups to bones hey what's for christmas dinner we'll do similar sonia yeah house my house for what do you do for easter meatballs lasagna every holidays covered for the july lives quote cited have a meatball picnics course some spaghetti on the on the groom we hide me falls nice little meatball that the exta bunny rabbit in canadian neil two point in chameleon dropped over day of meatball put that in your basket your best gets that green grass doesn't look good with the red sauce anyway we gotta get into a greg tease game i'm looking at your the wheel that we all have games yeah doesn't it doesn't look right why because every game on there it says peepshow that's on there yep you know easter's right around the corner elvis has a couple of days way should we have other games to choose from on the wheel this one right the wheel of games when we spin the wheel that's gonna land on peep show it's right no matter what show.
"peepshow" Discussed on Lower Your Expectations with Marcus Butler
"Nineteen twenty if you compare youtube to like instagram and they feels like it's being around a lot longer than those yeah anyway procrastinating i i guess guess now while listening to us on this poker 'cause they're enjoying it's not sure and statement yeah so you always procrastinating when you're being entertained then is that what you're saying yeah yeah if you sit and watch a whole if you've been just series or something you'll just sat doing nothing on yeah saint principle but for some reason we give your not progress when you in the evening you want episode is on you're not procrastinating is not you're going fuck i should be learning this raw than well i see it in a way that the stuff the i consume any sound very one cages to warn everyone is like informing me and i'm learning something from this i'm getting something from this i main or false before whereas if i'm rewatching peepshow or something like that always enjoy entertainment of seen it so many times i find like that's procrastination john main here watching some shows i've finger don't earn anything which the more films i would say that is just the point that's my argument a lot the time like superhero movies plus just me for that so so probably because your thinking you can something for your line of work maybe right like the writing and everything yeah that's true i'm not doing is brings me comfort.
"peepshow" Discussed on ID10T with Chris Hardwick
"Oh it was hodgman netwo was that john hodgman yes because we're british we had different we had a different macabre mitcham wimp yeah so i didn't realize until i was standing next to him and that's because a lotta hort as he's like that's not for me jeepers creepers galaxy quest like he's been in some of the galaxy but yes we didn't get those other at so i wonder if that allows me to look at him in a way the most of the american public don't i don't know i can't stop you just can't stop when she opened it up peepshow over here and yeah we like it was on netflix for a while and i came out here yeah those were a lot of youtube watches early early the day great that mitchell and webb look all this interro robert webb's new book is really really good to it's about like just growing up in toxic masculinity and coming to terms with it and some of that it's called how to be a boy yeah yeah sting times is really we'll thank you all for being here come into the house movies points i don't do that anymore i gotta go back over tober to come out of it is weird to come out of talking about with the way that we sent up the podcast which is enjoy a burrito anti gaining complete and joy ovary.
"peepshow" Discussed on Mental Illness Happy Hour
"Okay so this is my feminist dilemma epa peepshow from salon how much is the show i asked the balding man standing at the foot of the stairs just behind him the mystery radiates halfnaked women are waiting to become fully naked women for paying customers like me and everything about this idea excites me more than i can handle the thrill of naked flesh the power of money the heat of doing something taboo i've had a few drinks and my husband is three thousand miles away i'm ready to cross lines and masturbate in front of a compliance stranger the man looks confused you mean for the people show yes the peop show ici i've just been belting out bon jovi and johnny cash song that a nearby karaoke bar with coworkers and the type of place that provides a whole stage for you to stagger through broken song lyrics at various pitches in full view now i'm dizzy and horny and have no interest in explaining to the man that even a young healthy woman dressed in corporate attire like myself can get off on pain a woman a strip for me um he scratches his head literally as if the stimulation of lead follicle should somehow make sense of the situation he must be new at this job any season peepshow bodyguard wouldn't be phased by its variety of customers even though i'm tip seen on a mission i feel bad judged flawed if i had a penis the man wouldn't have that look on his face the look that says you're on the wrong place lady something's wrong with you then again maybe he isn't judge maybe even judging me at all maybe my biggest critic is me for one i'm a sex addict and though months have passed since i last watched hardcore porn my drug of choice i've somehow managed to convince myself on this night that peace shows are okay 'alcohol and work stress have helped me come up with this ridiculous idea middle do i realize this is the beginning of a relapse and it will lead to obsessive scrolling through craigslist in back pages for months expensive stripclub visits and of course multiple porn binches not to mention all the consequent consequential emotional baggage that will follow isolation secrecy.
"peepshow" Discussed on Heavyweight
"Of i i hm this episode of heavyweight is brought to you by sundance now sundance now gives you access to critically acclaimed series movies and documentaries on demand they also have brand new series like back back as a dark comedy about brothers who are reunited after years apart only to find themselves competing over who will take over the family business back stars comedy duo mitchell in web who you may remember from peepshow mitchell and web now that's a good comedy duo hegemony guests were hey just through your favorite combinator law there's so many eminent but i guess like abinante castillo laurel and hardy you about simon garfunkel no question simon garfunkle the the the blitz duisi singers the dude this bridge over troubled waters yeah the musical comedians no no they're not mute that that's though those are heartfelt sincere songs why do you think they're so popular because they make beautiful music they make hollow areas music i mean bridge over trouble water sound of silence yeah what's funny about that it's not silent it's a song a whole area song to watch mitchell and web a real comedic duo check out backsundancenowcom and enter the promo code heavyweight for a thirty day free trial that sundance nowcom promo code heavyweight this episode of heavyweight is brought to you by square space square space makes it easy to create a beautiful website portfolio were online store all without needing to know he single line of code here at heavyweight headquarters we've made a beautiful web set of our own you can visit it adds solidgold outtakescom and here unaired audio from i add recordings with jorges adjust editor at gimlett media.