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Peter Rabbit 2: The Runaway & Jumanji: The Next Level

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Peter Rabbit 2: The Runaway & Jumanji: The Next Level

"It gives you experience as it takes away ability AIDS. So so it's a tradeoff in a world where you only have trailers and posters to judge a movie. Jim Ted strikeout to answer the age. Jolt Question Will you see it. Ted Will it episode ninety four. How the Hill Area I am? I am doing well on the smoky. Okay Friday night here in southern California. I know it's crazy. There is an extra there was a fire starting when I was leaving work In the hills off the park lawn the funeral the funeral hill there. No Yeah Yeah in Burbank and I was like. I don't know what that is but I called everybody at work and they came not to my office to look out the window and take pictures and stuff so take pictures. I guess I guess that's what we do when we see fires. You can't take pictures of birth quake waves so you have to take pictures of fires. I yeah yeah I mean today too. It's like where we are. There's a fire ear by Oxnard and I mean it's really like thick with smoke in the area and everything and oh it's just awful but it's so funny because I haven't had as much smoke because we did like a couple of months ago so so wind dependent but it's still bad air quality days and the kids act like it's snow days back east. You know so I guess that's what we have here in California right. Yeah I know so. My mom says a picture. It's snowing like like hell in Chicago. you know and like yes no days right and then here we have smoke days ashtrays. We can't run outside. We can't do our Tuesday run. They said Yeah. I know it's awful. It's awful so you have a good week this week At a quite an eventful week and had a conference so she was out out of the conference. And that's probably where she caught her cold In these in these cold conference halls you know well so. Let's talk about the cold conference halls after we opened up a couple beers. Oh let's do it because I have a pint and a half or whatever these these things are always forget one pint. Six fluid ounces. I got one of those. I got one of these skinny cans. It's like eleven point two ounces. I might I might have to go to my fridge are those I was like Virginia. Slims cigarettes can it looks. It looks skinny in my hand. It's like a red bull look like a red. Aw so you want me to go I you know what since you've been talking about your skinny can let's skinny jeans. You put them in your skinny jeans. I do not have any skinny jeans. We'd have to brace for jeans. Take your skinny can and all right so I was at handy market and It was what was it Thursday. It was Halloween morning and I wanted to pick up so yesterday yesterday. Was it yesterday. Oh God it's been okay. Yeah so a yesterday morning handiwork get like picking out the beer and I was like. Oh this is what it's like and I had had more time than normal ahead like full you know I could take as much each time. I wanted I probably spent about twenty minutes as opposed to like five ten minutes so there was a beer that was called any given Tuesday or just another Tuesday and I was like. Oh that's cool because it was actually a beer that was named for the stock market crash which I didn't realize was actually on October twenty twenty-ninth. Oh Yeah Yeah Yeah. We just had the anniversary for the big nineteen twenty nine stock market crash so I was going to pick that up and I was like eight ninety nine for a little twelve ounce can no way yeah you sound like me now I was like I didn't want you know there's plenty unless it's like a fifteen fifteen percent or then it might be worth it exactly so so instead I picked up this and it looked very interesting. It's called cease and desist. So it's a it's a brewed and bottled in Bogan von The Netherlands. Oh Yeah right so so you do you like that. That part of the country part of the world I love it. Yeah let's see here and I love so so cease and desist. I'm like Oh that's an interesting name so I read. I read on a Russian imperial stout and it says and it has a little little story on it which you know as I love to read the stories So Bodak Robin The Netherlands Nederland. Yeah you said it you voted okay. Yeah what you said so this that used to be called Rasputin but the people who make old Rasputin in California. Thought you are too dumb to tell the two products apart and threatened to sue for trademark infringement. Think about about that when you're looking for a way to spend your hard earned beer money so I'm like that is awesome. That is an awesome story. I love a good story. I love A Ah forty-six. Edu is that is that bitter units. Yeah forty six is a bitter. It's not about mellow over the top. I mean I would say that's typical. Yeah it's pretty mellow. Yeah and what's ABC ABC. Yeah I never heard of BBC well thirty twenty-three Plateau that's that gravity that you're talking about right. Oh Plato Plato Plato sorry so. ABC's to to. I don't know what that is and then Twenty-three Twenty-three if I had to guess. ABC might be the colored shirt. Oh Nice okay. We'll see what that is soon. And then the most important probably is the ten point point four alcohol by volume since crack it ABC is coloring units. You're right I I was I was close. I was close right. Yeah color units. ABC So it's European Brewery Convention. So so it's dark work. Yeah that's very dark. I guess all right so this week. I have one from Telegraph Brewery who I liked telegraph. Yeah Yeah here. Local in Santa Barbara is just a California Ale. Six point two percent. No frills just your kind of standard Ale with the show shows. I mean it doesn't say by the title it probably has a California yeast and you know I have a bottle here and and we'll get this poured so yeah that's the. ABC then is the coloring. So how does it taste as it tastes. Good food tastes good. It has like You know how we had last week. We had a thirteen percent. Didn't taste like an alcohol for sure to too much alcohol. This one you can taste the alcohol recall but it's not in a bad way. It's kind of in that dark chocolate alcohol way. You know it's it's funny. It says California Ale anticipating more of like a Pale bill but it has hints of like fruit and Banana that you would get out of a Belgian Ale. Oh Yeah it's completely not what I expected. I mean it's really good. Yeah not happy at all. Not Sweet but definitely has a fruity flavor to it Like I said kind of that Belgian esters from the yeast and stuff that the Belgian Ales give you and here's a funny thing though so last until Oh tonight last beers they had were last Saturday when my Father was here and we had a couple beers. We had some wine wine with dinner. We had some Scotch afterwards. You know so. It was like an alcohol induced eve the full the full alcohol evening exactly so from Sunday Day until just a little bit ago. I had a beer before this but yeah I didn't have any a week So I would say in the past. Oh if I had to guess S.. I don't know maybe minimum five years like the longest I've gone would be like two days but what I'm getting at. That's not saying like I'm getting smashed every night. That's as saying like I'm having a beer while cooking dinner right or of crazy. I'm not having any beer but I'm having a glass of wine with dinner right or you now. What I'm saying is though it's been like at? Don't get me wrong. I'm not saying you know I'm not innocent. I've certainly had you know many more than I should have on some nights but there have been a good number of nights where it's like one beer or we get one of those kind of bigger cans me and course split it or something but what I'm getting at is yeah so like six days nothing right. It was kind of weird at first. I was like the habits. They're just opened the fridge. Grab a beer. And I'm like I'm not GonNa do it all week so I cracked a beard tonight. Oh my God a flavor explosion. It's it's amazing. How your tongue and how your palate become so desensitized to the hops? And and all I had ad was a lag anita site. Pa like that's just your average typical kind of everyday IPA. If you think about it. Yeah it was so flavorful. It was so explosive explosive. It was shocking was like what am I drinking here the best. Ip It was it was amazing. How so how? How like your palate is just non-distorted? After a week of not drinking beer. Yeah that's but. That's my typical fickle cycle. So I don't know what I would have to do because I. I don't drink beer during the week. I guess I drink wine during the week more when an is home because and doesn't dryer so that's why we end up drinking a lot of wine with dinner So Yeah See. We're the opposite. We don't drink. I mean when I say we drink wine we drink you know. I don't know bottles a year. Maybe in that. And and that's pushing it you know like we don't drink much wine at all but really we're more beer drinkers. I guess But like I said a lot of the Times you know the majority of the beer is like chopping onions. And I'm just going to have a beer with it. Yeah you know it's not like I'm drinking like five vote. I'm drinking sipping on a beer. Whatever but it's amazing though how that little bit of beer can distort your palate over a long period of time? Yeah so the so it was so it was worth it. So are you going to try to space out your beers more. Yeah for a few reasons and this might get into what we're watching. Okay for a few reasons. One gets expensive of after a while. You know I mean to would be health you know and and like I said we get to what we're watching. We'll talk about that stuff but it kind of falls in their other than that yesterday. Another Halloween one. We went to the people for bikes. That's an organization that's yeah about bringing by suing communities and everything and they had their places for bikes workshop in Santa Barbara County. And in a weird sort of way we found ourselves into this like bike advocacy COSC- world and met people from Cal Trans. And you know like Santa Barbara County and the city had did all these government agencies planners and engineers and I asked. It's so funny because yeah biking is like a hobby. But then it's also this solution into like urban rights so there's this moderating group where they're interviewing this guy who's like he does all this work with Santa on an-and stuff and people are asking him questions and everything so I thought well I'm GonNa ask you a question and the question I asked is essentially. How do we get the people who create creator our systems to user systems? I mean that was kind of a nutshell so in other words like you get the bus system and everybody bitches about the bus but the guy who designs the system and the schedule never use it. So how does he know it sucks. You know or the subway or the bike lanes or anything other other than a car. So it's like okay. The Guy who drives the to the engineering firm and he creates the bus system. Well if he's never using the bus how how does he know the system he. He creates his working. So that was more or less my my comment or my my question was how did we get these people to use their systems. What what did we have for you? Do you have anything good. It was a little lame. He's like I have something good for you. He was like Buy Him lunch. Take him out on a bike ride. I'm like okay sure that ain't GonNa work work so so you know my my issue my my thing and now I'm so jazzed on salesforce so salesforce the big. Do you know the big concept behind sales for us Maybe I've heard of it and I don't know if I remembered or not so salesforce is like I forget what the acronym is it's crm. It's like customer resource management. But you can use that platform for basically managing anything anything like managing. Media's what we're doing with and managing media resources as where how we've reappropriated it but basically the concept behind salesforce as as far as I know only been this forbid cast. No this is actually for for my work at Disney. Okay okay so this is the new. Ma'am the new media. The asset management system and damned digital asset management system. Bright that were trying to put together. So it's it's run on a platform of salesforce and end sales forces big thing super users so they basically take programs and take the core Tools roles and they put it in the hands of the users and they say okay. We have a team of it people and they're going to be in their embedded in your system and they know how to use it. They're certified on salesforce so they'll help you with it but we really need is. We need the people that use the system that know how to move the pieces around the pieces of media round we need the super users we need the users in the system to become super users so basically it gives everyone that can access axis it the tools to create programs without knowing any code so I could make dashboards I could make reports. I could do anything that I want I could like. Oh that's cool yeah I kind of tweak it so it's actually giving it's like this middle ground where you can actually build the things you need yourself for the most those part and when you run into roadblocks they have like resources and then they have the people that are embedded there helping you get it off the ground. So that's that's the coolest thing and like you said when you when you have people building if they don't do the work how are you going to bridge that and this is this is what they've done they've given you the the the broad strokes the basic tools and then they let people run with it and then three times a year they do massive overhauls on on the core database system system. And then you just kind of go from there and there's all these videos of all the people that were just regular users and then they got excited about. They became super users. So there's a Hole Webb community of it people are joking at work. They're like Ted. Maybe you'll have a video one day and I'm like but but I I don't know but I do have a podcast okay. That is exactly what I said so yeah so I think that's. That's the answer for you to like you know you. You need to be more active on that on that system's front you know and it was funny because you stand up you know and I say I'm Jim Vancouver Lompoc Unified School district. You know because they wanted to know your business right and I had no intention of like saying who I worked for any of that stuff and I walk in and there's my badge in Vancouver Lompoc Unified School district and I'm like what you know like couldn't believe it anyway. It was so funny though but but seriously the CAL trans planner. There was like someone from the. It's like Santa Barbara Kegs in kegs agreement of the governments of Santa Barbara. County coalition thing. Well I don't even know what it is but it's like all the different cities Santa Barbara coming together together to make like networks and things just beach hippies. Yeah exactly and so there's all these there was like a half dozen people maybe more for education. They hear school district. They hear anything to do with like kids or something and I mean they're like real guy. I walked away with like business. This cards like fallen out of my pockets you know and I mean people are like Oh we like to partner with you and Blah Blah Blah Blah Blah. I'm like there is opportunity people and they're talking about like giving all this money right right so I'm thinking well. How do I get the Business Superintendent on board? It's you know in high school but I could probably connect you with the right people. You know what I'm trying to like. This is your passion. You know what I mean. You got to totally. Yeah and you're you're you're already in it so yeah it was. It was great that I mean I really had a good time. And Clarisa came. And she's with the the hospital district and once in we're standing there and people are because I answer. I asked the question so they knew who I was at least from that. And what and and what I what what entity I was with and then they said you know and they'd look at Clemson saying you are and she's like I'm clear see you know. And and then they'd ask who and then the I'm now I'm with the Lompoc Valley Medical Group. Oh healthcare. So here's my car worded and here. We are running on the psychologist. Just it's like we have we don't even we're so outgunned here like but but you're urban arrow could be an ambulance. That's true I if it had to be and you know all the cars are just like run at a gas gas or gridlock zigzag through them all but it was a lot of fun. And I'll tell you though that sticker that you guys have on your phones right. Yeah Yeah Yeah exactly that blue and red and white thing. It's a good logo. Oh it totally is and I I think the funniest thing about it though is they're doing these like workshop. Type things like how to assemble a team within like your your government and how to put projects together and we're just sitting there like and like so. Who's your team and I'm like the kids I work with? They're going to say timmy. And Mikey Tim thank you get in the urban area. Every day I talked about that. And it's so funny like the people we go there and people are like. Oh you have the one with the shark. Yeah we saw. We see an instagram all. The time I'm like what it's like. I'm famous I didn't even know famous. Your bike your bike. People famous people famous. Yes yeah in those circles also like you just walk it. Oh and last thing and then we could get to like Our trailers right. Yeah so here's the best thing now. I Yeah I know you've listened. The bike nerds podcast. You made a comment. Once upon a time I threw him your way for whatever the reason yeah And you're like why did they sound like they're stoned or whatever it was and yes you know. And it's like the guy and the Gal and all this you know they they do a little. ASM are like from their who takes all their traveling. And I'm like those are the people who put the show on cool there at the big. Yeah they're the people for Bikes people and did did you tell him you had a podcast. Yeah so I walk up and I said I walk up and I said I get it. I know you're busy doing all these different. Like presentations Jason Workshops. But when is your podcast coming back and you can see like when when I walked up to him you can see like there is getting big like where. Where is this going you know and then when I said like but where's your podcast Ben? Because they haven't put out an episode and forever and you just see you just saw like the tickets sigh of relief like Oh good. He's not gonNA ask us anything hard and that we talk for a while and I told him you know I gave him a card and and and I told him I'll give them a shout on our podcast and awesome but yeah Kyle and Sarah from the bike nerds podcast so that was really cool. That was a lot of fun. Awesome all all right Ted. Have you ever had a time when you in your mind envisioned something that you wanted to say or do or an and act upon and you thought about how we go and how perfect it would be and then reality struck and you were actually still just standing there Yes a few times in my life that has happened to me and and yes it is. It is quite an awakening when when you when you snap out of it. There are times where I'm thinking to myself I can completely gis like tell that person off and this is how I would do it and and I'm going to say all these things and I played all my head you know and then you get up to the Taylor and you're like hi. How are you and you don't do any of it right right? That's how Peter Rabbit is at the wedding. I accept Peter Abbott. He's I think he's so it is. It is a fun of Fantasy Hansa. Fantasy filled kind of Scene and I love the way it played out but it was it is evocative of Peter Rabbit showing you his his true self. You Know Peter. Rabbit is is his mischievous and this is him to his court. Yeah for sure so what we needed. Say those we are talking about Peter Rabbit to do the runaway. Bunny see are they. I don't think they're allowed to say the runaway bunny. I'm sure that's infringing upon. Oh No no Oh my God. I just totally consider that up. Because that's part of my right about that Margaret Margaret Wise Brown. So what I wanted to say that. Wow Oh I played right into my hand I did not mean to do that present. Give doesn't send your brain down the Pat hat to say Peter Rabah to the runaway. But you think back to reading to your kids the runaway bunny by Margaret Wise Brown. You you are definitely closer to it with Tim. Mikey that I am but I do remember that. And I do remember Margaret Wise Brown And it is one hundred percent when you say run away and you have any kind of rabbit feet. You know feel they feel. I know they're not if you have any kind of any kind of rabbit a rabbit. No they're they're they're like what vermin probably any kind of rabbit at. Yeah Bunny it definitely gives the mind that scene so at. It's so different so I I do. It is weird to say the runaway. Yeah Yeah Have Peter. Rabbit called down to the runaway. But like your brain just says runway bunny runaway bunny and also runaway bride because the House. Oh yeah imagery of their their wedding. And I'm a big big fan of the runaway bride Rob Com Guilty pleasures they're guilty pledge with the wife So yeah so the run away. Anyway I gotTA throw it away. Come on Really Eh oh it. It was hilarious because I said to her. You know we're out this is back when we're shopping for. DVD's at Discount Bennett. Best buy or or something and she said Oh. Look here's five dollars runaway bride. I'm like we have their runaway bride. We own it you know it. She's like no we don't we don't and I was like fine. We'll oh by another copy. We'll have two copies runaway bride so we brought it home. We had the five dollar copy that we just bought and I had you know I had already had it because I bought it for myself L.. Thank you nice original collection so I said all right so now I have a copy and you have a copy so we have two copies of their brain and the brilliant thing is and like but I have the wide screen copy only by white skin not none of that pan and scan for me. Yeah no doubt. I don't blame Ya. So Peter Ram it to the runaway. It's it's interesting. It's always interesting to me. Would sequels how you have to expand the universe in kind of give everybody more like the first Peter. Abbot was such a great movie. A great story great characters. A huge I think these are good. You the big top named actors. So I don't know it's it's weird to go to the city and kind of be this this bigger better thing being so I don't I don't know what do you think about the sequels forcing this one upmanship. I think you and I've talked about this before sequels forcing a one upmanship upmanship so in other words the way I understand The way you want to like lead me into this is saying that we're going to come out with the sequel but we can't just continue the story we have to make the story bigger or make like the bigger. I'm really I don't know what you're asking or all of the above. Yeah all the above make everything bigger. Everything's gotta be bigger better. It was a success. The first time around. Now we need to spend more your money and make it a bigger success build on the success so like too fast too. Furious movies can come into now. It's like yes. Yeah there's a lot of those that they kind of rehash the same story but they just go to the next level of I dunno explosions or something I mean. I don't know it's like I think when you do that. You're forcing the audience to have to buy into something to a story that made they may not buy into otherwise you know what I mean so like to put it another way I think is to say that the Audi- you can't like you you. Oh wow you often see you. Don't trust your audience so what you do is either you have to lead them or you have to tell them the stories and in this case. I think you don't trust your audience. Wins in so far as the story may not carry for an hour and a half an hour forty five so therefore you have to make just a bigger production to gain and hold their interest my my idea for Peter Rabbit and and I don't know how this plays into it but with the kids kids we got Audrey the box set of the Beatrix Potter Beatrix Potter the original yeah illustrator author. I think she the author. Did she write this as well as she did. Oh Yes yes. So she did everything for it but she also wrote these other great books and we had some of the audio recordings of Jeremiah puddle duck. Is that the name of the book. Jeremiah a puddle duck. Yeah the Taylor. Jeremiah puddle duck so there's already a tableau of a double entendre though the tale of like what it's a story or tale. I'm not sure which the Taylor Jeremiah puddle ducks. So there's a collection of books by by Beatrix Tricks Potter which include Peter Rabbit and Peter abbots kind of like the most famous of all these books right but I think Jerry by puddle duck has a great following and a great great story to it and a similar kind of fable fable storyline. So it would be more interesting to me to see Applied this. CG This animation this live motion you know live action mixed with this computer generated animation and and you apply it to different parts of the other Beatrix Potter stories rather than just saying like Ou. We got a we're going to capitalize on the IP. I pee of Peter Rabbit himself so you take it and you kind of Super Service because your audience. You're saying like your audience identifies Peter Rabbit it. So the only thing that can this can be is a Peter Rabbit franchise and said if the Beatrix Potter franchise which could expand into the her other books Oh so maybe in other words it's like if we think about it through marvel yes and you and you look at iron man. It's focusing strictly on iron man and you never bringing in any of the other marvel characters. Yes they should have done a second movie that's Jeremiah. You're my puddle duck and then the third movie they bring them together like Avenger. The Beatrix Potter avengers steel peaches together. Peter Rabbit and Jeremiah product product. Exactly much much better franchise opportunity than just these expanding. Peter Rabbit's unit yeah. Yeah I like that had idea though because if you're looking at it in the sense of or even things like Hanna Barbera Oh yeah or you know what I mean. Obviously like Warner brothers and other looney tunes stuff I mean or sit in Mardi Kroft. Yeah you're not just following the bugs bunny any character. The bugs bunny storyline and everybody else's is like on the fringe or non-existent you're bringing them all in all the time and there's all these characters and yeah but you're right about that there's a lot going on with her and her stories and let me ask you though. Why do you think again? And he's a bunny Johnnie right but why do you think such a huge push for Easter. I mean it's like Okay Easter Bunny I get it. It's Christian Christian holiday and everything but they're positioning themselves in such a way that it's like you're kind of alienating like Jews and Muslims and atheists and anybody anybody else who does identify as like. I don't know somebody who goes to who celebrates murderer and rise of Jesus well right burder and rights. Geez Oh yes the verd- rise of Jesus. That's the Aprista says on Easter Sunday. We're here to celebrate. The murder is so no I mean I think it is. It's so funny. You said that because tonight. We sat down to watch cocoa Halloween. No it's danced emeritus so it's actually right right right right. Yeah so it's it is how it's it's. It's definitely adjacent to Halloween. But it is not a Halloween movie and then last night when we went trick or retreating after we go trick or treating. We'll go to Franken. Barbara's for the kids so the so Franken Barbara could see the kids costumes. Sure so we went over are there and and Barbara was watching nightmare before Christmas. Oh yeah so so. When you have a movie that is based or tied to a holiday then you set up a perennial kind of Cash cow so to speak so. If you have something that could you could tie legitimately to a holiday. Then you have a chance at making a holiday tradition and then you have a chance at repeat viewership. Oh Yeah Okay you know a deepening and In deepening engagement into the the traditions of the holiday for many Easter's we liked watching hop We like watching Prince of Egypt also on Easter Prince of Egypt. The Exodus Story. Oh Okay I've well sure okay. Let's say you go down that path right. Yeah nightmare before Christmas Christmas and the title right the Santa Claus Santa Claus The Sandy Sandy claws. Oh Oh you mean oh the Santa Claus with an e okay. Yeah Santa Claus. Santa Claus isn't a title implying Christmas. Right Elf yes Christmas movie. It's like Christmas. I mean there's no mistaking it's Christmas Peter Rabbit to the runaway. What on Earth Earth does that have to do with Easter? I think if you have rabbits at it you're GONNA have Easter. I mean hop is an eastern. So Hey I think I think if you you have you say so bunny in it. It's going to. It's going to be around Easter. I think it's a marketing stretch. But you know if you say so. Hey that's what marketing as for. Its to make that stretch to make people connect things that are that are you know. That's that's why P marketing gets paid. The big bucks is that it is that the reason so is this like a Mo a modern day I don't know like Beatrix Potter story or is this. Yeah Oh oh you mean this actual story of him going to the city. Yes I do not know if that I don't know if it is. She talks about Rose Byrne the care who plays the Beatrix Potter character. She talks about. I'd just write the story. But it's his story and you know and whatever is is this like a take on her writing the story would just I mean. I don't know I'm not literary person so I have no idea. I mean we're as an when you need her. Oh she's sick the gas rate but she's sick. Yeah maybe an would no but I mean would you speculate or are they just throwing that in just two because it's Zepeda Rabbit Story. I think they throw it in. I think they're trying to use the the fame that he created within the universe within the cinematic Attic Universe in the story of the first one and just kind of expand on that you know. Yeah Yeah Yeah but I will say though just to close out this one. How the first first person Gopro Cam? Oh that was priceless like that. Yeah that was a good one makes you WANNA do it. Doesn't it brace wants to go pro so bad we we have a GOPRO. Do you pull it out. You're not you don't pull it out that much to you. He you know that's the problem with it like you have like these ideas for the Gopro like seven different videos videos that you have ideas for you. Shoot the seven videos. It goes in the closet. You never see it again by by five hundred dollars. I don't think it was that that much three ninety nine. How would you get if you get is three ninety nine? You probably got it on Ebay for you know if I had to guess three ninety nine but but no like you you buy you like I'm going to do all this great stuff right. Yeah Yeah I'm going to shoot. There's some- shoot that. Well there's a few problems with it one is if you're doing like if you just want to like nonsense one cameras enough. Yeah but if you want to do anything meaningful you need like four were these things right or the drone. No but what I'm saying the league. Let's say you're going to do a mountain bike video. Yeah all right you got to chesty. It's on your chest. I got to fork mount. which has the furniture wheel right? You have the handlebar mount which is like facing you. You have like the one on the back of the bike facing backwards words and in post. Do all this editing of all these different cameras to make. It's exciting to make an exciting but if you have the one if you have one camera camera doing the one thing for the whole video like after like ten seconds people are like May I saw it or what happens with it gets dirt on the Lens and you. You don't have a viewfinder to see what your recording and you're like oh for half the time. There's little speck of dirt on my Lens. There was a blob of mud. Right and center. Yeah you're right about right. Ah has happened to me but you're right about that. You're right now. I think. Go pros for really cool further price and for the quality and or other other actually camps. I mean it doesn't have to be a GOPRO but they're phenomenal cameras for what they do. And if you are production firm and you need to do a a lot of action filming and you. The only way they work I think to to do them. Well is to have a lot of them and to capture all different angles. Also so when. You're doing your editing post. You could cut it all together and make something really awesome. Yeah but to have like forty minutes of one on Angle I. It just doesn't work. You know that's the problem with them doesn't doesn't carry the story exactly exactly and braces. Not a production firm so he doesn't get at one but he did. He did spend a good twenty minutes explaining how this other company the DJ or deal Oh oh DJ. I the drones. Yeah yeah he's like they have a better one and it's what that drone company and I was like. Oh God okay for the long haul because the drone footage The that that camera drone footage that that stuff is worth it and even in even with one camera like if you have a camera on a drone and you're like at Mount Rushmore or something and you let that fly and you have it like if they let you fly at their. I don't I don't know if they do or not I probably don't. I don't think I saw there here. But you know if you're at the beach or if I wonder if you could do it at a cruise ship so there was a I should find this and put it in the show notes. There was a guy and one of the photography podcasts. I listened to he did a story of he did a photography story stills with like his his DSL are and all that kind of stuff and he also did drone photography of the ship and it was for Merchant Marines who were bringing containers Hainer over from like China or something like that you know or wherever they were coming from and what he was talking about was sending up his drone to take aerials because of this enormous containership. Well the container ship is traveling at like thirty knots. Or whatever it's going you know or twenty five knots or whatever across across the sea so it's not that like if you're standing on the ground you just send it up it goes up and takes a picture you send it down but with this guy was saying was the ships. It's moving so like you don't feel it because the ship is so enormous huge but you send it up and like a minute later like you're out arrange and the things he said that was the hard part about it. Is You send this thing up. And then you need to like not only keep it in in your field of view for what you want to photograph but you need to keep it chasing at the speed at which the ship is going. You know the thirty knots or whatever it might be you know and it was really cool but I mean the guy's photographs and everything. We're like awesome photo story was awesome and I don't remember exactly with the podcast was but I'm GonNa see if I can find it And hopefully I can put it on the show notes because it was the aerial photography of the drone was was really incredible. Double Yeah Awesome so before we go too far down the rabbit hole of drone photography and Action Cams Rabbit Hole. Let's pull the rabbit hole. Oh there you go yeah. Let's pull a back to Jumanji. The next level did did you like the first you Manji the first the Rock Jumanji the first rock Jumanji not the Not the Robin Williams Jumanji. I loved the Robin Williams. One and I I'd like the Rock Jumanji because it goes back to what I call popcorn movies and this too is a popcorn movie. Yes hundred percent. Yeah way more than the runaway. Peter Rabbit the runaway. The question I have about this. I'm sorry I don't mean interrupt you yes I liked it. It discuss no no no tell. Tell me what you're saying. Okay I was going to ask. They do the voices so well are they acting those voices races. Are Those voiceover voices. Oh Jack Black. I think they're acting you get what I'm saying. Though right like is that their own voice voice act I yes I believe it is. I believe they're doing their impersonation of Danny Devito uh-huh Danny Glover. I think okay okay. That's what I thought too. But they were like so in point that I was like are these guys his voice over ring or add lip synching or they just like acting like persons that good. Yeah and it's and it's it's very. It's very fun because like so. This has the trail at a trailer but it's a great trailer trailer. It's action packed. They both had a trailer to the trailer. It's got the music the Internet you know. But when when they flash and they show you who the WHO the rock is embodied by you know and they they flash over to who the other characters are right. Normally that's kind of like not trusting audience normally. We would say that that's something like that but because it's a popcorn movie you kinda forgive all that and you're like well I don't WanNa be thinking about figuring out who this as days or which one of the old guys it is so I think inside of a trailer though you have two minutes. Yeah so if you're not gonNA show me who it is you have two minutes and it's over and if you don't show me then I'll never figure it out. Yeah exactly and I say and I say it's perfectly ethically it's perfectly fine in this it is it is necessary. It's part of that thing when we're talking about the jungle cruise when you feel that disjointed nece because because you you you hear him talking and then you see him and he's still talking but it's not the actual character in front of you. So there's that disjointed mess but here you see who he we supposed to be and then it switches and that you see you know then you hear him talking and you've already got implanted in your head. Who is supposed to be so? I think it's just a well crafted piece of marketing and art. You know and like you said it's a popcorn movie there's no bones about it. It is what it is is and it's going to be a blockbuster. Yeah and I liked the franchise of Jumanji. I mean within a game and now they're like growing growing. They're moving out of the board game and they're turning it into a video game and you know they're placing the characters and different environments ornaments and. They're giving them different identities and it's like kind of like an RPG right a role playing game where they're getting different you know. La Charisma points or dexterity. You know they have the thing in Jack Black plays like right into it you know like how could you put. Yeah here like I'm not supposed to be like. I think it looks like a lot of fun. Yes it's not one of those movies are going to take serious and unfortunately unfortunately it's not a movie you're going to return to and five or six years probably. I think it's a one and done. This is what's coming out. We're going to make as much money as possible support for the few weeks that we have it and then it will go into. What do you call it when it goes into streaming and stuff like second raider something or what do you call the second run second? Run the second run or whatever. Yeah it'll go there it'll make its time on like the HBO's and Net flicks and and then once it goes that's where you're going to see it. Yeah and that's when it's going to go away and then all of the sudden it just disappears you know into the into the history of Hollywood and but whatever it's GonNa make it's money upfront at. That's all it's intended to do is covered Qassem. Make a Lotta money after that and I think you know your your kids are still little a young but my kids. They returned to movies like this all the time. Oh do they really. Yeah we we. We've seen jumanji welcome to the jungle about seven times I would say so. They become like mini cult classics. Yeah kind of and I think there's GonNa be a period where we see something like this. You see a trailer for this S.. And you get the anticipation of this coming. And then we'll want to see that original one again you know to prepare for it now and then you kind of you get the establishing of that Latte character and the first movie the welcome Jumanji welcome to the jungle. It has like a cool awkward coming of age piece to it that is kind kind of in the realm of this middle school early high school space. which is a very fraught time for? You know identity and like who you're are going to be so that that piece of identity is kind of neat so them for for them to take it and flip it on. Its on its head and take A more geriatric set and Kinda pull them into this prime of your life like the rocket out and it's kind of like the exact opposite it's kind of a true reason to make a sequel. You know like like whereas runaway is as Peter Rabbit. The runaway is like this other other world and you go to another world. That's kind of a very typical expanding kind of sequel. This one I feel like they spend a little time in they thought about about it. They thought about the story and they thought about how they're going to approach it and I think they have with a cool concept. You bring up a good point. They have kind of the geriatric crowd and and then they have the younger crowd in the prime of their life. Kind of thing. Who is the audience? Would you say most going for everybody in this this one so this is a four quadrant. This is a four quadrant. Look at you. I took notes. I know you're like a movie executive over there the movie executive so Ted Tell me who am I gonNA pay for this. Come on. You're the Mahboob in the Chicago mob. Whose holiday paid where they're getting the money? Come on talk to me it it would. It would be a awful thing if anything happened. Your sets you know. So they're going four quadrant trying to pull in everybody with Danny Devito the whole nine. Oh Yeah I mean it's it's it is a a laugh a minute Jack. Black looks like he's prime of his career. You know he's doing multiple character. Yeah and I love the like what you're saying. The Rock is stretching here. He's playing these characters and their he's pulling it off so oh and that's why I asked like it was so well done is he just moved his mouth. And someone's video in this thing Hersi acting in. I mean it was it was and and for you to say like for you to confirm my belief that he's actually acting. It makes me feel good that the rock is no longer. Just just like your stereotyped. I made it out of you know pro wrestling and now here I am in the in Hollywood. Yeah you know as an action figure. Ah Yeah. That's cool because when you think about like if you look at the nineties for example the action heroes. At the time we were pretty much schwarzenegger Stallone Stallone. You know you had like a handful of them like minimal right and for the rock to be like the modern day of those guys but yet to break out of those stereotypical roles I think is awesome. Yeah he you know. We'll we'll see. Has He done a ROM com yet. So you're you're you'RE ROM COM guy is that is that's a telltale lake. He does a ROM COM and all of a sudden. That's his breakout role. I know I ah. I don't know if he's done has any heartfelt movies. Okay well let me ask you this Mark Ruffalo. He was Rom Com guy in a next thing. You know. He's he's the hulk. He went the other way right right. So what does that say. He's thirteen going on thirty. He's doing all this kind of stuff. Next thing the Hulk I love it I love it. He's the guy but he was the digital hall kind of you know he's he's the Ping Pong ball hoke ping pong balls on his face and stuff breath dots all over. Yeah but he wasn't in Rom com mode when he was like in a spaceship. Or whatever in the in the you know. He's trying to figure out like how we're going to solve the problem you know. Oh you know what I mean he still he still rob calming it with Scarlett Johansson now. Oh Yeah Yeah there you go so you still rahm come guy okay it even as hulk he has to have a love interest. That's it all right Ted. So love interest. What you've been watching this week? Okay so I did. I finished living with yourself. Haven't even started giving your your executive notes. I'll give you my executive notes. It was phenomenal phenomenal. It was extremely well all done. I had told you last time that I had fallen asleep during an episode so I didn't I wanted to respect it more. Did you go back so I went back and I watched it and I said I'm not GonNa Fall Asleep to make sure I didn't fall asleep After I would put the kids to bed because an was gone I had to do the dishes and stuff so while I'm doing the dishes I'm watching in a couple of episodes so I got. I got through this week and I stayed awake during all of it. It was it was amazing. It is a great beat study on first world problems. Okay you know. Some people can kind of have some negative connotations with that. I will problems but it is also so like the impostor syndrome that some people feel in life and in work. You know if you if you do a good job at work and then you get recognized for doing that. Good a job at work right right right. Then you're like who is this me or is it someone else or do I deserve this. You know and it really to me it kind of surfaces that in this very much in your face. Oh Imposter Syndrome much more in your face. Yeah Yeah so if I could if I could elaborate on that for a second yeah I never really thought of it until just now really but I remember when I got into graduate school there were like at the at the interview. Essentially there were about four hundred people interviewing to get into this graduate the program. Yeah and they took sixteen of us in the end. Wow Yeah it was like incredible and I remember at the orientation sitting around the table and I'm looking around and I thought I don't belong here. What the Hell am I doing here right? So the funny thing is right. As the people in my cohort got to know each other and everything we were all talking and we all talked about our first impression on that orientation day and we all thought what the exact same thing. That's amazing. How did I get here? There were four hundred plus people at the interview who are trying to be in the same seat seat that I'm in and they chose me and they chose you know the other Fifteen these other fifty people and we all talked about that and it's like and we all L. thought the same like I don't belong here. I'm not good enough. I'm not the you know whatever it might be right and yeah exactly what you said Imposter Syndrome like so you felt like you were faking it and somehow like you faked. It's so good that they picked you know. Yeah exactly so imagine if if you had a clone that was better than you and then you saw it at a at a party at a Work Party and you get to walk it on it and say you know I'm you you of course you're of course you're better than me because you're better than me you know so it has some of that elements. It's which is I. Guess another personal thing but I think it's very human right. It's an extremely normal human thing. If you've achieved anything in life than you feet. I felt the impostor syndrome and then there's this awesome component about love and marital love and I don't know Gino the song the the escape. Maybe if I heard it so it's called escape but in every causes the Pinochle Addison Rupert Holmes. Yeah so ED. And I love this pollick adultery. It's about attempting address and then just ended finding. You're you're you're the love of your life who've actually it's about rediscovery right so it's rediscovering the yeah it's it's you're trying to engage in adultery with the women that you're already married to yeah right so that's why it's a very interesting thing. Because they he should they they do it like a dating a dater dating service thing. These are spoilers. So if you haven't seen it just pause it and go go and watch it and then come back but but I haven't seen how do I posit. I'm talking you'll watch it anyway. You'll forget you'll forget. Oh I've already forgotten it. Drink some more beer so they do the dating service and they find each other you know like she finds the clone who they've kicked out of the the house and they kind of meet up and I was like oh I got. It's just like it's just like escape. And they and they reference it in the in the in the show shows on like thank God. If you didn't reference it than you would have lost credit would be completely you know thirty. Go but the truth. The truth of the matter is that what makes a relationship. Is Everything about the relationship like when she's with the clone. It's too good. You know what I mean. It's all good. And and she explains lanes that it hasn't it doesn't have he doesn't have. He has the memories of the hard times that they had together. There's no friction right. There's no there's no oh history she. She knows that he hasn't gone through the pain of the bad times. They had together He has the memory of the pain. He remembers it because he was put put into his conscious. Does she know he's the Cologne. Yes Oh she does okay. So there's this there's this Recognition Russian that. The some of your relationship is not just the good times it out. It is all the times it is the struggle. It is the the struggle wiggle of life together and I thought for sure. Yeah and I thought that was just a beautiful way of putting it together and and and exposing it and and having it kind of be be there in this raw way so I love it. I can't wait for the next season. We'll see where it goes to some cliffhangers. I won't give anymore away but but definitely fleet. It's worth a couple of hours just like two and a half hours three hours. Something like that okay. You sold me so here. Here's a question I have and we can move move on okay. Do they talk about why his clone is better than him in what they do to make him better like. How does it get better? I mean like what is the underlying nine premise there the underlying premises. That you know your cell all the cells are new and it's just it's just that it's that it has only had had the memories of things. It hasn't actually had any of the mileage that life gives you later. Li Life gives you experience as it takes Exa way ability so so it's a tradeoff but if you're a clone you may have the memories of the experiences but you don't have the The the grit of the experiences the lived experiences. Yeah but what makes the clone so much like better at everything it's just rejuvinated. It's just just fresh. Oh I follow you so it's like it's like a youthful. It's like a youthfulness if I dated a new woman I'm going to be on my the best behavior right until like six years down the road when she annoys the hell out of me and then we start arguing or something a little bit of that and a little bit of just like the the longevity and just the it's the virology of life they're just you just The novelty of things the novelty of things. Oh Yeah and speaking of that when they have when they have Paul Rudd acting as the clone him and he does these reaction shots when the husband and wife when miles and kate are talking to each other as the real miles. A real kate When the clone looks at the two of them the blank look on the clones face is just it speaks volumes? And you'll see it when you see it. Yeah Yeah but it looks like a dog looking at looking at its owners if the owners were parents you know it's that it's that joyful look that you get from your dog but you know that beyond that joy. There's not all that much. There's no depth. Yeah and and to sell that in a reaction shot you and I've talked about these reaction shots. I mean you know we talk about the rock doing his stretch here and Al Paul Rudd doing a stretch. Where he's he's acting as a cloned but you know that he's the clone because he's got this blank happy stare on his face he looks just like like He looks like a golden retriever. So so those moments of the moments that are just picture perfect in the show. Well I'll tell you what because we have so much smoke in the air and I'm not going to be writing outdoors probably and who knows what's going to happen happening in our next event which is November nine th right in the area and if it's smokey I don't know what they're gonNa do because like let's say the weather's horrible yeah. There's no such thing his bad weather. There's only there's only bad gear. Oh really but you can't like put gear on your lungs. You know what I mean gene so I would imagine they'd have to ponant but anyway for tomorrow. Tomorrow's training and everything I might wind up being on the indoor trainer for a couple allow ours so it might be a Paul Rudd morning. They go they go. Yeah I might have to do that. You could get into it there you go how about you. Have you been watching stuff. Yeah more Netflix. There's a thing you know. netflix feeds stuff. You know what I mean. Yes so we've been doing things like explained the Fox thing. Oh yeah good. Yeah we've been doing that we so we did this. One called game changers if you have you seen. They fed that to you at all now now now now yeah okay so game. Changers is another one of those like whole foods plant based propaganda diet. Show movies right. Yeah so they talk about all this stuff about how athletes and I swear they make this shit for me. You know 'cause like I watched like eh bicycle racing and then I watched like food and then next thing you know. It's all about food nutrition and athleticism. Whatever it's like? How do they know Schwarzenegger talking right to me you know? Do they have a camera camera in your TV pointing back. I have other things things I gotta say about this but that that's a whole nother episode. No so we we watch movie game changers. And it's on Netflix. And what it is. It's about like I don't know I. I hate to use the term Vegan. 'cause they don't but I will. It's like Vegan diets for sports nutrition. Okay essentially the way they call it they call it a whole foods plant based diets. Okay right okay so to me. That says Vegan in but anyway they go through the science the medical. It's like Vegan except you don't care about the animals exactly exactly. You're not doing it because of the environment or ethics. You're doing it because you want to perform better right. You know animals be damned. You eat them if they were good. But because we're not good you you don't eat them right right exactly. No so and it's looking at like the science of why you need to be. Oh this is this is Tom Brady. Right is Tom Brady and this no no should he be. Oh I thought Tom Brady was. I thought Tom Brady is big on this. He has like his whole regiment of food and exercise that he he makes really do like that the TB twelve or something no but they did talk about like Miami Dolphins and they talked about like other NFL players and stuff guys on on a Tennessee. Titans and okay yeah. They talked about other football players college players they had to. They had to go down the road of the stereotype right so yeah you know what. The stereotype is well. Why would you didn't even tell you? But anyway. So they're saying how. Oh this. Guy Studies penises for living and men get erections while they sleep right. There's no news there. Also he gives these guys this apparatus that shows the growth of their erections while they sleep so they give they give beef chicken and pork Burrito or whatever it is to like these guys and then the following night they give. I'm like Veggie Burritos Bean Burrito with like you know Guacamole and the fixings but really what what they do is it's the same burrito they swap out beans for like chicken or something the meat and there's three guys that are college athletes probably like twenty one ish and like your average young strapping looking stud Kinda guys right so to wake is in a black guy okay. They show the guy and they show. Here's your penis beef. And here's your Pena Sun bin's it's like a PSA yeah and then it's like here's the growth that you had on beef Steve. And here's the growth. You had him beat whatever it is planned paste. Yeah of course they all grow bigger when they when they don't have any any meat on and I'm right who rose the biggest but the black guy. Oh yeah it was just watch. I'm like really of course the Black Guy has the biggest one and I'm thinking to myself like come on your weight your wife. What are they what you're blowing the stereotype out of the water? Here come on. You're you're killing me. It's so strange. It's a race strange thing to do in a documentary. Yeah and they were showing like who gets the bigger one when you eat like vegetables and of course the Black Guy had the biggest one this is this is this is turning me off. So needless to say though they were talking about the blood work and they had this other woman who is track and field sprinter like you know the thousand dozen meters or whatever and then they had an American woman. WHO's like forty years old? And she's Cycling Track Sprinter who broke records and beat whatever whatever she did and they're all in these plant based this other guy. He carries like fourteen hundred kilos however much that is impounded owns sixteen stone. Yeah six I think it's more than sixteen stone but whatever it is right and this guy's AH breaking world records for what he could carry these eating like you know like salads every day or something so close are sitting there like all right. Here's the deal. We're going to do this for like the next year. But the way we're going to play out is GonNa Throw Food and then you know because that's expensive what we're GONNA do. Who is yes? We're going to start like all right. The easy one right off the rip is milk. Don't do cow milk start with like soy milk for example Apple. Yeah you know and then and then you go to. There's there like for recipes. Go to game changer. Dot Com sound. Like all right. What do they have like a bean burrito? Do they have like a hundred recipes on there. They have like a ton of recipes. But you know what makes it easy though. There's this guy in the Tennessee. Titans and he's he follows this a plant based Diet and he gets all his buddies on this plant based Diet and like the Tennessee. Titans are having like. They're like season of the year. Whatever the hell you want to call l. but the guy's wife is a professional Vegan chef? Well Duh that makes way easy when you have that. I'm trying to make this thing. got a whole clause trying to figure out how to turn a bean in like a hamburger or attempt a bacon sandwich. Are you on the website did you. You see the Bacon. Yeah you make you make Bacon right exactly exactly but we're going to try it. I mean I'm not saying like we'RE WE'RE GONNA substitute a meal here. I mean obviously if it starts working out and we like totally go all hog in you know like no pun intended. Then maybe but we're just going to do like one of their meals go by the ingredients. Make it we'll see how it works and we're just GONNA start rolling down the tracks tracks slowly because like I said to change your entire life around overnight to do this like you're going to fail. Yeah so you just going to fold it in slowly. You gotta take a meal at a time a little sweet potato CASO. Yeah I mean like as a stack here. You GotTa go like bits by ebbets until like you're into it or you're not into it you know if you get into it and you say like this isn't for me then it's not for you. I mean that's fine. You know but but I think there's things you can do like breakfast for example AIDS. Whatever eight eggs for breakfast yeah? I'll drink milk for breakfast. But he don't Camille and I put berries in it. I put yogurt in it and stuff I mean I feel like I eat very healthy but like I said I'm always game for new things I'll try it and that's one of the things we were watching and like I said the other stuff was just more episodes of like the vox stuff instead. We didn't do anything out of the ordinary this week. But for this game changers well. I don't think I'm into the documentary but the these recipes look good. I would try some of these. Oh the recipes awesome. Yeah for sure like chick Pea Tuna Salad Alad. That looks delicious and the funny thing is though I think the other thing you know clerks and I were talking about that would keep us from doing all this stuff is i. Don't even eh up in front of me but some of the recipes that they have and you're like okay. I come home from work. Third Chicken on the grill. A steam some veggies in Ebola potato. I'm eating in thirty minutes right. I look at these recipes. Three and a half hour. Prep time of like okay. You lost me at like after thirty minutes of prep time. You know it's like right. How do how do I? I don't know how to spend three and a half hours. prepping my food. You know it looks cool. Well there's there's some that look like they could do it in an instant pot or something like that. So I think we'll we'll I'll talk to end. We'll try some of this. I just bought three massive so stakes for tomorrow night so so we won't. We won't start tomorrow night but Ted you need to throw this in the trash can cut the state They you know they always have. Ralph's has these specials where they'll they'll knock off like thirty bucks off of these revise vise or something like that and Oh yeah rib is I love her. So if you get if you get a like a two pounds or three pounds of RIB is and instead of thirty thirty five dollars. It's like thirteen dollars right right right. I'm like I'm all over it. Oh yeah of course because it's only like ten dollars a pound and then they league knock it down to Lake Ford four dollars three ninety nine a pound. Yeah for sure and and you know. I don't even know how we got watching this thing. I think it was one of those things like all right. The boys are

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GSMC Movie Podcast Episode 333: Misfits Runaway In the Heights

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GSMC Movie Podcast Episode 333: Misfits Runaway In the Heights

"If you're looking to streamline your audio advertising buys and maximize your revenue look no further than triton digital's programmatic audio advertising exchange a two x the private exchange consist of only licensed broadcasters and top tier internet radio publishers assuring the quality inventory and brand safety you can trust visit. Www dot triton digital dot com to learn more. Kim decided torn between a romantic comedy action or an indie film to watch for the weekend. Well well well. Golden state media concepts movie. Podcast is your ultimate guide to the latest movies. Join us as we dissect. The latest on the blockbusters. It's the golden state media concept's movie podcast art. Hello and welcome into the gmc movie. Podcast brought to you by the gmc podcast network. I'm your host rich mcdonagh and this podcast should be coming to you. The second week of june so all summer officially started yet. It is very much starting to feel like summer and i hope all of you out. There are able to take advantage of it by doing typical summer activities. Like going out to bars going to the beach and in particular going to the movies. And i can definitely tell that some of you took advantage of that summer activity as for the first time. And what feels like forever. Three movies were able to rake in over ten million dollars at the box office over this past weekend. And hopefully this continues to be a trend throughout the summer as we get more and more major motion pictures getting a theatrical. Release on for instance. The warner brothers is kind of kicking themselves for guaranteeing that for every movie released in theaters. It will be available the same day on. Hbo max which in hindsight of course for move to knew when things were going to start opening up and getting back to normal but nevertheless there are more and more films hitting theaters and we have a whole slate of nuance to talk about. Right here on the gsm. See movie podcast. First of which we will be talking about is in the heights. The new film from lin-manuel miranda's course was the brains and the star of hamilton and his new film tells the story of a data owner. Who inherits his grandmother's lottery winnings and as a result the main character is looking to retire so the premise of this film is him. Saying goodbye is manhattan neighborhood. The film is already receiving rave reviews so it should be fun to dive into another movie. I'll be talking about that. I hope is fun. Is the sequel to peter rabbit. Peter rabbit to the runaway movie. And i have to tell you. I don't think it really even matters what this movie is about. It is going to be successful. It appeals children. It gets adults feeling sentimental. So it is gonna drawn families for those reasons and it's gonna draw in people without families because who didn't have a peter rabbit book lying around the house when they were growing up and not only. Do i think this film is going to be successful in theaters. The merchandising s- abilities are endless with this one. So expect to see peter rabbit on absolutely everything and if there is not already a carrot sponsorship somewhere whoever is doing the marketing for this movie and the carrot company for that matter should be fired but in any case the final film. I'll be taking a look at during this episode of the gmc movie podcast. Is the movie the misfits which stars pierce brosnan. Nick cannon and tim roth others and the premise of this film is brosnan's character. Being recruited to join what is described as a modern day version of robinhood gang in order to steal millions of dollars of gold bars. Wish for some reason are being held under one of the most secure prisons in the world and as you can guess by the title. The band of protagonists are a bunch of thrown together heroes. That don't really fit in with normal society. Which i guess just really goes to show you the effect that the first guardians of the galaxy movie really had on the film industry because it appears that any heist movie now can't simply have crew where this is the guy who specializes in that. This is the person who specializes in. This may all need to have a super spunky personality and it makes me long for the days in movies like the town where one member of the team was responsible for essentially cutting the alarm to all of the banks that they were robbing had one line throughout the entire film. But i really shouldn't jump to conclusions. The misfits could turn out to be very enjoyable film. So we'll talk about that during the third segment and in our fourth and final segment. We will be talking about the twenty year anniversary of one of my favourite franchises of all time to regularly. Listen to the podcast. And that is the fast and furious and all sarcasm. Aside from when this film franchise debuted twenty years ago. It really has gone on to build a pretty astounding legacy in terms of being a box office action franchise so really just from a business standpoint. It'll be worth examining this franchise plus the sheer amount of star power. That is involved in these films. Should make an least a little bit engaging and it'll be a good run-up for fast nine which is making its domestic day. You june twenty fifth. And which is currently tearing up the internet box office so if you are a gearhead be sure to stick around until our forth in the segment as i will regrettably be diving into the fast and furious franchise but right. Now we're gonna start this episode of the gmc movie podcast as we do every episode and that is with a film from the book of thousand one movies. You must see before you die. This week's is the shining directed by stanley. Kubrick's starring jack nicholson despite having one of the most illustrious film greer's of all time. This is probably the film. He is most mountainous with the film. Also stars shelley devolve and an actor with possibly the greatest name in the history of the industry. Scatman carruthers for those of you. Who do not know. This is an adaptation of a work by stephen king and tells the story of a family who move sued the overlooked hotel for the winter. As jack nicholson's character has taken my job as caretaker. The most major plot pointed this film is the overlook hotel is closed during the winter. So jack nicholson's character of jack believe it or not and his family are the only ones on the grounds the entire time or so. They think the overlook hotel as it appears is a hotbed for paranormal activity. And for those wondering what. The title of the shining actually means it is the ability to communicate simply through thought and that is the ability that the sun in this film has which tim offer to the strange things that are going on at the hotel there are many crazy factor is going on in this film but probably the most pronounced is the cabin fever. That the main character. Jack torrance's experiencing being isolated with justice family for months at a time which along with the supernatural effects of the hotel begins his descent into madness but the shining is not just a film. That is a good watch of the story tells how it's made how it's filmed the painstaking effort. That was put into every single detail from the set designed to stanley kubrick. Literally making his actors go insane while filming to give one little. Bit of a spoiler There is a scene where shelly divall is. Swinging a bat at jack nicholson's character while she's walking backwards up steps trying to keep him away from her. This scene is superintendents and it is alleged to have been filmed a hundred and twenty seven different times because kubrick wanted shelly divall as hysterical as possible and it is also alleged that take one twenty seven is the one we see in the film and there are so many stories surrounding this sequence. That shelly divall was extremely dehydrated by the end of it. She kept getting blisters from having to hold a wooden bat. For however long it takes to film one hundred and twenty seven versions of the same scene and that is really just the tip of the iceberg. One comes to the things that she experienced while filming this moving as i'm sure most people have heard of method acting kubrick seemed to be a type of method director where he wanted his subjects to be as close to their onscreen characters as possible. This kind of resulted in him or line. Psychologically abusing shelley duvall in order to get the performance of hysterical wife during this movie so just think of that the next time you think actors have it easy and if you are looking for classic film to watch an r. A fan of this psychological thriller genre. Take a look at the shining. Is this week's entrance from the book. A thousand one movies. You must see before you die and shifting gears into a new release. That is going to be coming out in theaters. June eleventh. We have in the heights. From lin manuel miranda and during all my research about this film. I really can't find what the clear coherent narrative of this movie is. But i can give you the bullet points about what it is going to be telling the story of so there is one character who inherits lottery winnings from his grandmother which as a result he is deciding whether or not to close his bodega and moved to the dominican republic. So that is the main story that have been able to unearth while doing research. Also because this is something coming from lin manuel miranda it course a musical sodas that kind of west side story feel where out of nowhere. The main and supporting cast members are just going to break into song. So that is one clear element of this film. It is going to involve lavish musical numbers and in terms of the theme. It seems to be heavily focused on immigrants who have come to america in order to build up new lives for themselves and the communities that they have formed amongst themselves and as with pretty much every immigrant tail they have to fight for their rights and prove that they are just as worthy of the american dream as natural born citizens and as. I'm sure everyone. Listening is painfully aware of that is always an issue in the public consciousness so seeing how that subject matter is handled in this film with a bunch of show tunes along with a offer up a fresh perspective to that perpetual public argument and to give a little bit more background on the film itself. This is actually a movie that is thirteen years in the making. It is based off a play. That lin manuel miranda debuted when it was still a student at wesleyan university. And i do have to correct myself. I said it was thirteen years in the making it is actually sixteen years in the making making its debut all the way back in two thousand and five from then on it would be performed off broadway for a couple of years until finally making a big in two thousand eight and being called up to the big time it would enjoy a run on broadway from two thousand eight to twenty eleven where it was nominated for. Thirteen tony's including four wins one of which was for best musical in two thousand eight from their the play would go on to be performed all over the world and now it is finally getting an onscreen adaptation so clearly the source material has garnered a positive critical response and that appears to be the same for this film adaptation as it is currently receiving a ninety six percent on rotten tomatoes from the critics and industry. Experts are clearly expecting audiences to react just as positively as it is projected to make between twenty five and thirty five million in. It's opening week so if you're putting any stock in that in the heights is going to be another one of these new hits that will rian vitalize. The theater industry and in the heights does have a fairly good chance of doing that. Because fandango pulled people that were reordering film and it revealed that ninety six percent of them would be going to see a movie in theaters for the first time since the pandemic began. And i don't want to cast aspersions on death of crowd. That would probably go see a movie like in the heights but i feel like the typical crowned for a movie musical can generally have the label of fussy attached to them so we are breaking down. The final barrier of those people getting themselves back into theaters. I think we are well on our way to the theater. Industry being normal once again and again finally stopped commenting on how it is not normal. Which for me has not so much. Been beating a dead horse but repeatedly poking a dead horse to tell them that i am beating it so hopefully in the heights can be another hit and for anyone interested in seeing it in theaters. It will be magnets debut. Friday june eleventh. But if you are still among those who do not wanna go see a film in theaters. Luckily for you and unluckily for warner brothers it will be released the same day on. Hbo max man warner brothers must be kicking themselves for making that announcement but if you are a fan of the movie musical genre be sure to check out in the heights right now however we are going to be taking a quick break on the gsm gmc movie podcast but be sure sick around as we still have plenty to get to coming up in our next segment will be giving you the box office report and there is fine to report as a bunch of films made their debut and movies like a quiet place to continue to draw in heaps of cash. So we'll be talking about that in our next segment as well as the feature film peter rabbit to the runway with is of course the sequel to the live action adaptation of the beloved children's series. Peter rabbit i personally have not seen the original not really sure what this one is about. But who didn't love peter rabbit as a kid. Some sure it's gonna be worth talking about. Even if the movie stars. James gordon so be sure to stick around for that and be sure to stick around until our final segment as i will be commemorating the twenty year anniversary of the first fast and furious film being released. And for those of you who know me and listening to this podcast. You know that. I think that these movies are utter garbage. That tokyo drift was able to finish the job. And kill the franchise. It hasn't during the spite my lack of appreciation for the franchise it does have a major audience. Films have grossed over a billion dollars worldwide. Its ninth installment is currently tearing up the international box office and is set to debut at the domestic boxoffice later this month on the twenty fifth so no matter what i say you cannot argue with results and i'm gonna take the fourth segment as a bit of a retrospective of the franchise has a whole get into a couple of fund trivia facts about everyone's favourite muscle car franchise. So if you're a fan of the franchise stick around for that. If you're a fan of sarcastic comments about the franchise stick around for that. All in all just be sure to stick around because the gmc movie podcast. We'll be right back to know the latest and hottest music hidden in the air waves. Be left out. Listen to the golden state media concepts music podcasts. With everything you need to know from pop rock hiphop top flooring and we'll throw in news of your favorite artists concert and tour dates and so much more. Listen no further. Because this is the gold. Standard in music podcasts Back into the emc thought against yvonne mc podcast network. I'm your host rich mcdonagh and in the last segment. I just finished talking about the new film in the heights. From lin manuel miranda. It is based off a play that he produced all the way back in two thousand five when he was a student at wesleyan university from there. Have a run on broadway where it would win the tony award for best musical in two thousand eight and now it is finally getting a film adaptation treatment it is already receiving rave reviews. It has a ninety six percent approval rating on rotten tomatoes and that figure of ninety. Six percent is also significant because fandango did a survey of people pre ordering tickets for this movie and for ninety six percent of them. This'll be the first film In theaters since the pandemic began so hopefully in the heights is going to be another one of these films that gets people back into the theaters. But if you are not ready to take that step yet it will also be debut the same day on. Hbo max so to all of you out there who are a fan of the movie musical genre. You can check out in the heights. Starting friday june eleventh and speaking of movies that will be making their debut. Starting june eleventh although it has made its debut internationally prior to now that is peter rabbit to the runaway. That will be the film we discuss on this segment of the podcast. As we dive into the world of i would say everybody's second favorite cartoon rabbit. I m putting in behind bugs bunny in that ranking but he does go ahead of roger rabbit because honestly who the hell cares about roger. Rabbit and thank. I'm being unkind and leaving out. Any other animated ravitz be assured tweet at me at gmc underscore movies but long story short. We'll be talking about people rather to the runaway later on in this segment and be sure to stick around until the final segment of the podcasts. As i will be commemorating the twentieth anniversary of the first fast and furious movie being released. And for those of you who know me you know that i think this movie franchise is complete and utter garbage. I don't know how people still continued to turn up time after time. When essentially the same movie is being released over and over again magnet of billion dollar franchise but because of that it fascinates me. So i wanna take a look at the humble beginnings of this terrible franchise and track its progress through the years to where we are now at a point. Where fast nine is going to be released in american theaters later this month and fast ten and fast eleven are on the horizon. So you are a fan of the franchise. If you detest the franchise or if you're like me and at this point are just a wilder at its continued success. Be sure to stick around until the end of the podcasts. For that but right now we have the box office support to dive into and there is quite a lot to cover in what i consider to be a bit of a surprise the conjuring the devil made me do it won the weekend of june fourth through the sixth with a twenty four million dollar box office debut beating out the likes of a quiet place part two and crew ella and for those who are regular listener of the podcast. You know that last week we discussed this film which is about the real life events of someone who tried to claim demonic possession as their legal defense in court now. Personally if i held the life writes this story. I would make it a satirical farce but then again it is hard to argue with the route that the covering franchise with this as they most certainly cashed in and added to its total of being the second highest grossing all time and who would have thought that the case journals from to paranormal investigators would result in mountains of cash. So do all of you out there who are doing something pretty pointless with your life. I have one piece of advice. Sell the life rights but someone who is not wasting their life. Is john brzezinski whose film a quiet place part two. Which despite coming in second at this weekend's box office is now only five million dollars away from surpassing godzilla vs kong for the highest grossing film of the year in the us domestic box office which may be due to it being a great film but i will also say that it is proof of concept of pent up demand to date. This film has made over ninety three million dollars at the box office. And by this time next week i expected to become the highest grossing film of the year so congrats to a quiet place bar to and another film that continued to perform respectably at the box. Office is gorilla. The live action adaptation origin. Story of correlative nil. This film has been able to bring in over forty three million dollars at the box office so far and once again. This is a film that is competing against itself as anyone who wants to see this in theaters good just as easily subscribed disney plus premium access to get. Nevertheless people are turning out in droves to see emma stone. Play the black and white poppy murderer. But don't worry this is okay. This is before. She became deranged and wanted to scan a bunch of down nation puppies. She plays the super sympathetic character of an arrogant fashion designer so everyone can identify with other notable performances at the box office include the animated feature from dreamworks spirit untamed which debuted to an opening of six million dollars which is good enough for fourth on the american movie. Box office lists and right behind it. In the fifth spot is a film that is somehow still continuing to make money despite being in its fourteenth week of being in theaters and that is riot and last dragon. Disney is really just trying to make every penny they can out of that project which. I can't really blame them. When you consider the budget to make the film was one hundred fifty million dollars. And it's pretty much only grossed third of that at the domestic box office so it appears that ryan last will be in theaters until the inevitable sequel riot and the next dragon hit screens other notable performers at the box office last week included spiral and wrath a man which were both able to gross over four million dollars but other than that it was pretty much same old same old at the box office but nonetheless it is a very encouraging sign because last week at the box office revenue was up five hundred and fifty percent so we hope it stays at that level mutt mel pretty much. Do it for this iteration of the gmc movie podcast box office. Report and shifting gears. We'll be talking about film that is expected to do very well at the box office. And that is peter rava to the runway in full disclosure. I have not seen the first one. Because i'm barry much outside that target demographic but i know the basic premise of peter rabbit. He is a rabbit with a blue coat. He runs around mister mcgregor's garden and the to have an eternal game of cat-and-mouse or farmer and rabbit where he tries to keep peter away from his carrots and i can only assume that that was the plot of the first movie but the plot of the second movie apparently involves the daughter of mr mcgregor having come to some sort of odd peace with the rabbits and as a result of this piece. She has actually written books about peter rabbit and his family. So i guess she is taking the role of beatrix potter. Who is the original author of the peter. Rabbit stories is character is planned by rose byrne who apparently gets married in the film but peter is jealous of her new husband and rather than just stick around and learn to live with her new husband he decides to go through somewhat of a teenage rebellious phase and runs away hence the title upon doing so. He obviously runs into an old friend of his father's because how big the world of talking rabbits be and the to engage in a town of shenanigans. Now again i do realize that. I'm way outside the target demographic that this audiences aimed towards but you really have to give credit to the enduring legacy of peter rabbit. The very first book was printed in nineteen o two here. We are well over a century later and not only. Is this character getting second. Live action adaptation movie. But you would be fairly hard pressed to find someone who at the very least didn't recognize the beloved character if not having read the books when they were a child and if you are in my age bracket you probably one or two episodes of the animated series of peter rabbit or if you are a parent or just a very young podcasts listener you may have seen the far more expansive series that ran on nickelodeon from twenty twelve until twenty sixteen so it really does appear that each generation has their own version of peter rabbit and the current generation of children are going to be treated to a new feature film release on friday june eleventh and to give you an idea of the cast in this movie james corden will be returning to voice peter rabbit which i guess is a good choice for this role as he is filled with childlike energy. I just don't know what it is about him. I just not a fan in may be just because i find him annoying but maybe i can make peace with that if his voices coming through a cgi rabbit so he is playing the titular. Peter rabbit margot robbie is also in the film. She plays peter sister floppy rabbit. Who at one point did get her own spinoff book back in the day. So who knows if she'll be getting her own spin off movie in the future. But other notable stars in this film include rose byrne who is playing the beatrix potter s character in the film. And that is ben mcgregor. The daughter of the infamous rabid hitting mr mcgregor audiences will probably best know rose byrne from her involvement in the x. Men franchise as well as her role in the neighbors series of films. Which star seth rogan. Zach ephron also playing a mcgregor in this film is donald gleason audiences will know from the latest star wars trilogy where he plays general hawks and he also played bill. Weasley in the harry potter franchise. So this film is made up of a relatively star studded cast to go along with an incredibly iconic character. And as i said this movie will be debuting. Friday june eleventh. It was originally supposed to hit theaters back on easter weekend. But again we all know what happened and it has already manner save you. In certain overseas markets and is receiving mainly positive reviews. It has a critical response of seventy one percent on rotten tomatoes and it has a one hundred percent score from the audience ratings. I will say take that with a grain of salt as it has only been reviewed by three audience members. But check it out for yourself and form your own opinion so once again the film is peter rabbit to the runaway where peter decides that he needs to go out into the world and experience new things after having spent all his life on a farm and if there was a lightsaber involved in any point of this film you could draw heavy parallels to this and star wars. But i digress. Once again the film is peter rabbit to the runaway and it will be hitting theaters starting friday june eleventh so viewer apparent with kids. Check it out or if you are a fan of the books and wanna get your nostalgia on check it out as well right now however we are going to be taking a quick break on the gsm movie podcast but be sure stick around as coming up in our next segment. We have the gmc podcast news report where we go over late breaking stories surrounding the film industry and to be perfectly honest. It was a rather light week in terms of stories being broken. So we're gonna take a look at more interesting. Anecdotal pieces of film industry. News including samuel. Jackson ranking the top five samuel jackson movies. But it is not going to be all lighthearted as i am also going to be taking a look at a recent study done about the portrayal of muslims when it comes to mainstream movies and with the new release of the low-key series on disney plus. Tom hamilton is making the press tours. And he comments on matt damon portrayal of the god of mischief during a play in thor ragnarok so be sure to stick around to hear what he had to say about that. Also stick around to hear about the new film the misfits which stars pierce brosnan as a person who breaks out of a high security prison only to find out that in beneath that high security prison is a whole bunch of gold. So what is the former james bond actor have to do. He has to get together. A crew of you've guessed it misfits to assist him in pulling off a highest this whole time. He is being hunted by tim. Roth so if you were fan of the recent army of the dead movie but thought that the highest good use a little less alien zombies and a little bit more former james bond then misfits may be the film for you stick around as we will be talking about that and be sure to stick around until our fourth and final segment as i will be commemorating. The the twentieth anniversary of the first fast and furious movie being released and i cannot stress enough. How terrible i think these movies are but twenty years ago. A film about muscle cars and gear headed family. Made its debut here. We are nine films and billions of dollars later and they are still going strong with fast nine to be released later in the month and fast ten and fast eleven on the horizon so at the very least from a business sam point and a franchise prospective. It will be worth thing. Look at the fast and furious franchise. So we'll be doing that on our fourth and final segment so be sure to stick around as the gmc movie. Podcast will be right back. Tired of searching the vast jungle of podcasts. Listen close and here this out. See there's a podcast network that covers just about everything that you've been searching. The golden state media concepts podcast network is here. Nothing less than our podcast lists with endless hours of podcast birds from news sports music fashion looking entertaining a fantasy football so much more so stop lurking around and go straight out to the golden state media concepts podcast network guaranteed to fill that podcast is whatever it may be visit us at. Www dot gs mc podcast dot com. Follow us on facebook and twitter. Download us on. Itunes soundcloud and google play Welcome backings gsm movie. Podcast brought by the gsm see by gas network. I'm your host rich mcdonagh and in the last segment. I wrapped up talking about the new peter. Rabbit film peter rabbit to the runaway. Where apparently peter rabbit goes through. Unac- see teenager phase and feels the need to rebel and run away from home film stars. James corden providing the voice of everyone's favourite blue coat wearing bunny. Also starring rose byrne as a sort of beatrix potter's daughter of mr mcgregor type character. Margot robbie is also in the film. As she provides the voice of peter rabbit sister floppy rabbit and this is a film that was supposed to be released all the way back during easter weekend. But we all know it happened. It has made its debut overseas and is garnering quite the critical response. So if you have a family with young children and wanna see a movie about a cgi rabbit. Be sure to check it out. Or if you're just a fan of the peter rabbit books and wanna get your nostalgia on you will be able to see it in theaters starting friday june eleventh and hopefully it has a successful debut and is another one of these films that draws in audiences and helps resuscitate the film industry and another movie that is going to be making its debut in theaters starting june eleventh and will hopefully dry in a respect audience of its own is misfits which will be the main feature. I'm talking about on this segment of the cast. This film stars former. James bond actor pierce brosnan as an architect who breaks out of jail. But guess what that jail has a whole bunch of gold buried underneath it for some obscure reason. I guess and as many of you probably guessed. He has to assemble a team of misfits in order to off the heist. So i'll be talking about that film a little bit later on and be sure to stick around till our final segment as i will be commemorating the twentieth anniversary of what i guess you can call a heist franchise and that is the fast. And the furious franchise twenty years ago. We regret with the very first installment of that franchise and not unintended. Just kept on rolling fast. Night is scheduled to make its domestic debut on june twenty fifth and both fast ten and fast eleven are in development currently not only that but spinoff film series. Like hobson shaw or slated to get a sequel and we are slated to get all female fat and furious movie. So if you are not a fan of the franchise like i am. It is at least worth digging. Look at from just an observational sam. Point understand how it became as big a success. It has. And if you are out of the franchise don't worry we'll be giving credit where credit is due because you clearly don't gross over six billion dollars worldwide without doing something right. So that is what we have coming up in our fourth and final segment. And we'll be tackling the misfits literally this segment. But right now we are gonna be diving into another installment of the gmc movie. Podcast news report and i will be entirely honest right off the bat. It was kind of a slow week in terms of film industry news. So we're gonna talk about some stories that don't really have a whole ton of impact but are entertaining from anecdotal standpoint. And i'm gonna start with. Samuel jackson ranking his five favorite samuel jackson movies. He recently amid appearance on the late. Show with stephen gulbay era and was asked to give his top five movies that he's been in and his answer is were the longest good night release in nineteen ninety six a time to kill also released in nineteen ninety six jackie brown which was one of his many collaborations with quentin tarantino and was released in nineteen ninety seven the red violin which was released in nineteen ninety eight and one eight seven which was released in nineteen ninety seven for one very surprised that deep lucy did not make the cut but on all with some meal jackson who has had as long a career as he has while being in the number of great movies that he has been and it is hard to narrow down to just five and when asked a follow up question on what his favorite role was. He gave the answer of stephen from django unchained. He said that he absolutely loved playing a character that appeared to be a slave to everyone on the outside. But when you look behind the curtain it is actually stephen who runs the show in canyon as opposed to leonardo dicaprio's character of calvin j candy and i can definitely see the appeal of that being his favourite role being someone that everyone underestimates in pretty much overlooked stupid the color of their skin but when it comes right down to it they are the lord of the manor an while. We're on the topic of lighthearted topics involving actors going on late night shows to talk about their projects. Tom hilson was on jimmy. Kimmel live his new disney plus series and kimmel who has an onscreen for matt damon as tilson about how it felt when matt damon portrait. The character loki for a brief cameo in thor ragnarok. Playing long hilson responded. It was as if matt damon was trying to steal the character from him but as we are all aware there is only one god of mischief and he is so beloved by his fans this results in him being unable to be killed off permanently. So if you are still one of those people that want to see loki in marvel cinematic universe species. Check out his new series on disney plus. And for those of you who are fans of expanded universe's in general. You'll be excited to hear that. It was recently announced that there would be a new lord of the rings movie made and it is going to be an animated feature called war of the rohero. The details we know at this point are that is going to be set many years before the events in the lord of the rings trilogy take place it will explain the story. Behind the fortress of helm's deep annual dive into the back story. The character known as the mighty helm hammer hand. So for all of you that were not ready to say goodbye to the lord of the rings universe. When the last hobbit movie was released have no fear because war of the row here is here which is also in addition to the lord of the rings series. That will be made by amazon. So if there is one lesson to be learned here it is never say never when a- presold piece of intellectual property and billions and billions of dollars are involved but in all seriousness. Very cool to see what they do with lord the rings in animated form but moving onto a little bit more serious industry. News rizza med. Who recently start in the gada me award. Winning film sound metal is joining in the campaign to make muslims onscreen more inclusive and more diverse in their representation. There was a recent study done by usc where they took a look at two hundred popular movies released between two thousand seventeen and twenty nineteen that included muslim characters in their gas and what they found out of the two hundred films a hundred and eighty one or ninety percent of them at muslims in non speaking roles the study also revealed that only six muslims were in leading roles and a forty one characters that were in primary or secondary rules. Fifty three percent of them were the targets of violence while thirty nine percent of them were the perpetrators of violence on screen. So all in all what this study revealed is that muslim characters are stereotypes. Pretty harshly and like i said rizza. Med wants to take a more active in changing that stigma because he is of the belief that the depictions of muslims onscreen plays a part in policies that are enacted and the overall treatment of muslims. That could lead to loss of lives so hats off to him for trying to take an active role in positive social change and in another bit of news regarding positive social change bafta which is the british academy for film and television arts are ceo manned berry has called for an industry-wide summit to tackle the issues of sexual harassment and bullying now. This story is nothing new. As over the past couple years plenty of headlines have been made by people speaking up and speaking out against sexual harassment and sexual abuse that they have suffered in the film industry with people like harvey weinstein jumping to the front of people's minds when they think of this topic and what berry and bafta as a whole are calling for is for the entertainment industry as a whole to come together and establish some practices in procedures when it comes to dealing with allegations of bullying and sexual harassment so props to amend berry for magnette announcement. And i think you'd be hard pressed to find someone who thought this is a bad idea so hopefully this summit actually takes place and and we see some tangible changes made when it comes to the practices in the entertainment industry when it comes to dealing with these matters and ideally setting up safeguards to prevent this behavior from happening in the first place and since i just covered to pretty heavy topics. Let's close out the new segment by dealing with something a little bit more cheerful. It was recently announced that the third drastic world movie which i guess is the seventh drastic bark. Movie is almost finished and this film has the plot of two parallel stories being told at the same time. And what is more. Chris brat recently said he is open to jurassic world. Fast furious crossover movie someday. Now while i'm sure that would result in huge paycheck for him. It is just another example. Of how i cannot escape. That god damn movie franchise let the key takeaway. There is dressing. World three has almost concluded production. And here's a very strange piece of film industry news for those of you. Who are a fan of the nineties. Bowling film kingpin twenty five years after the release of the original movie. A sequel is now in development with the fairly brothers slated to produce it. Which i guess they are just continuing in the trend as they gave dumb and dumber sequel after a similar amount of time had passed so we will see how that one turns out but that will pretty much do it for this installment of the gmc movie podcast news report. But don't worry because every week she'll bring you the most compelling stories as it relates the film industry but moving on. I wanna talk about the new release misfits. Which as i said earlier. Stars pierce brosnan as a criminal architect who starts. The film buys scaping from prison. This results in him being hunted by tim. Ross through the rest of the film and you would think a character that is in a situation like that would just wanna disappear and stay off the radar of the people hunting them but nope almost immediately after escaping from prison. He finds himself got up with a band of you guessed it misfits who are planning to pull off a major gold heist and this gold. For some reason is stored under a maximum security prison. Echoes if you have something incredibly valuable. You want it to be stored as close to as many criminals as possible but nonetheless for reasons that i'm sure we'll be explained somewhat pierce brosnan. Scherzer of richard pace is in it for the long haul other actors in this movie. Include nick cannon. Who i gotta be honest. Did no you still working but in doing research for this podcast i found out that he is now the host of the masked singer so as a totally interesting show with a ton of entertainment value surrounding it. So good for nick cannon. And i'm sure he is going to be bringing the same intensity he brings on that show into this film but there is a good actor in this film who does bring intensity into the roles that he inhabits in that as tim. Roth is going to be playing the bad cop and is going to be hunting. Richard pace and his team throughout the entire movie so it will be interesting to see his character attempt to match wits with pierce brosnan scherzer throughout the entire film and another star of the film is someone named her. Mind acor field and i'll be honest. I did not know that was an actual common name if you had told me that. Jk rowling made it up. The harry potter franchise. I would have believed you. 'cause i've never heard anyone other than that character. Go by that name. But this real life reminding has had a pretty good film career. So far appearing in such franchises as the mission impossible as well as star wars ashi appeared in the last jedi. And if you're wondering where she fits in in this gang of misfits. Her name is hope. So you gotta assume she is the optimists of the group but for any of you listening. Who are interested in checking out the misfits. They'll be hitting theaters. Friday june eleventh Do have to give the standard warning that this film is rated r. so viewer discretion is advised. But if you are in the mood for a good old fashioned heist film set in the middle east. Be sure to check out the misfits right now however we are going to be taking a quick break on the gmc movie podcasts. But be sure to stick around for our fourth and final segment. As i will be diving into another ice franchise and that is because i will be commemorating the twenty year anniversary of the first fast and furious movie being released. And for those of you listening you all know. I'm not a huge fan of this franchise. But i have to give credit where credit's due as here. We are twenty years. Later in the franchise is gaining momentum. Adding major names film series. Such as the rock jason statham address elba and john cena in the latest one which is slated to be released later in june for american audiences and it is currently a tearing up the box office overseas having already raked in over two hundred fifty million dollars so for the sheer purpose. Of examining something and seeing how far you can take an idea. We are going to be taking a look at the fast and furious franchise so be sure to stick around for our fourth and final segment as jess. Amc movie podcast will be right back. Watching tv has changed over time. Streaming has become the new norm. That's why golden state media concepts television. Podcasts dives headfirst to the world cord cutting wants to be on the lube of. What's hot and netflix. Or if it's not a preference what about original shows in hulu. We've got you covered. Join us as we fill the blind and talk about movies to stream and what show. You should be binge. This is the golden state media concepts television podcast. Welcome back into the gmc movie. Podcast brought to you. By the gsm gmc podcast network. I am your house rich mcdonagh and on the last segment. I finish talking about the new. Release the misfits which stars pierce brosnan in this film. He plays a criminal architect who after recently escaping prison somehow gets mixed up in a high switch involves him attempting to seal millions of dollars of gold bars which are hidden under prison for some reason. Because as i said in the last segment if you wanna hide something extremely valuable make sure you put it as close to a bunch of prisoners and criminals as possible but for any of you interested in seeing films starring the former james bond it will be hitting theaters. Friday june eleventh. I do have to say it is rated r. so viewer discretion advised. But if you are in the mood for good old fashioned heist movie. That does not involve aliens zombies. Be sure to check out the misfits but shifting gears no pun intended to the moment. I'm sure everyone has been waiting for. It is time to commemorate the twenty year anniversary of the first fast and furious movie being released on june twenty second two thousand one theaters everywhere were graced with film whose actual title is the fast and the furious. The film starred. Paul walker in the lead vin diesel in the supporting role and michelle rodriguez in a supporting role as well. This is the film that started at all. It had a budget of thirty eight million dollars and it will take that seemingly modest budget for action film and turn it into two hundred seven million dollars worldwide so as a result when a studio gets that much of a return on investment a sequel is inevitable and lucky for all of us they would not just stop at one but two years later we would get the film two fast two furious because if you an audience member who wasn't clear on the concept this is the second film and it is strange to thank but this film did not even include vin diesel all walker returned to be the leading man tirees gibson and ludicrous became part of the franchise and even mendez joined as well. This time. It had almost double the budget of the original. With funds of seventy six million and it would go on to gross two hundred and thirty six million dollars so for those of you keeping score at home this franchise has made close to half a billion dollars at this point. So what is universal studios. Do on the have an intellectual property that is making so much keep going until the wheels fall off and with that being said the wheels nearly did fall off with the two thousand. Six release of the fast and furious tokyo drift. This film was supposed to cap off the trilogy about illegal street racing and even die. Hard fans of this franchise say that this is the worst among the films. It had none of the major cast members turning instead of broaden actors like lucas black and bowel. Who barely had shed his moniker of lillo at this point and despite having a budget of eighty five million dollars it was only able to accumulate a hundred and fifty nine at the box office. So after the first two films generated a major return on investment for universal studios. You would think that after a third instalment. That didn't do the same as the first two that would be the time to call it quits. Note instead in two thousand nine. We were treated to the film simply fast and furious where vin diesel not only return to the cast but he returned as producer which is a major point of note because pretty much since this film he has been the driving force behind this entire thing. He is the one that wants to make as many of these films as he can. He is the one that at one point said fast. Seven is capable of winning oscar. So for everything. The fast and the furious franchise is. You can thank vin diesel. For as i'm sure if you ask any moviegoer they will say that. He is the face of it. But with his return to the franchise so did the major box office payouts. Despite having the same budget of eighty five million dollars as tokyo drift the fourth fast and furious movie would gross over three hundred sixty million dollars worldwide so it became clear if you wanted to make money with these movies. You needed to bring back then. Diesel bring back. Paul walker michelle rodriguez and also this film was the feature lance debut of gal gadot. Who as i'm sure everyone is well aware would go onto become. Dc's wonder woman and the architect behind that very stupid video that came out during covid quarantine of a bunch of people singing. Imagine but again. It is really hard to criticize these movies because at this point the franchise has grossed just under a billion dollars and with fast five. They would not so much clearer. The billion dollar mark as absolutely volt over it and just pause and give everyone in idea of who the cast members are in this franchise now as it does kind of blend together. We still have vin diesel. We still have fall walker. tirees gibson. And ludicrous jump back into the fray gal. Gadot is still part of the festivities and fast and furious. Five was the first time that the rock would be joining franchise. And before i go any further with the fast and furious franchise as a whole and talking about each movie performance at the box office. I just wanna take a pause and talk about how vin diesel and the rock apparently hate each other and this feud has off miniature two of them just being alpha personalities and butting heads because of that but the initial friction between the two stems from apparently onset behavior and probably the funniest thing about a feud between two jacked up action. Sars is that a really escalated on social media. So the next time you take a look at the rock or vin diesel and say wow those guys are rugged dudes they settle their feuds the same way that girls in middle school do fairly an instagram post. Some conduct themselves says standup men and true professionals. And some don't so clearly they had issues with each other and this spilled over into how the film was actually shot. It is alleged that the two could not be on set at the same time which resulted in scenes where the two characters appeared together to be shot at different times and in a way where it appears as if they are in the same place at the same time but in reality they're shooting there seen separately and you would think with all these hindrances to production that this would negatively affect the film. But you would be wrong fast. Five go on to make more money than the first three films. In the franchise combined it would rake in over six hundred twenty six million dollars worldwide and from then on the film's would only become more profitable and i have to be honest. I think fast. Five is the only one i've seen in its entirety because whenever i've been exposed to the others i've just felt the need to turn off the tv and fast five wasn't alright movie but i gotta say it had a pretty plot not much going on and as far as the cars involved in the film really not that much to write home about which is surprising when you consider the biggest draw to these films is look at these fast cars but that did not stop at five from making the profit greater than the gdp of some countries and that type of performance at the box office would continue with fast. Six vin diesel on the rock would put their personal differences aside for the sake of a giant heyday and they would be joined by series regulars paul walker michelle rodriguez serious gibson ludicrous gal. Gadot jordana brewster who has failed to mention up to this point but who had men in many of the previous fast and furious films and at this point these characters being part of an illegal underground street racing circuit is long gone and they are essentially just guns for hire and in this one. They need to hunt down luke evans character and this amazing premise would result in a film that would make seven hundred eight million dollars at the worldwide box office so at that point in twenty thirteen when this film came out it was very clear. There was no stopping this franchise. Another point of interest. This would be the film that introduced jason statham into the franchise as he would appear in a post credits scene. So taking a leaf out of the marvel playbook just keep pouring on alice actor. A-list actor and the money will follow but moving right along in the franchise we get to the next one which was simply titled furious seven and all joking aside on this one. This film did have the heavy cloud of being the final one. In the franchise to feature paul walker as tragically passed away in a car accident in twenty thirteen. And i remember when this happened. It was kind of unreal. Because everyone knows paul walker from the fast furious movies so when this news came out i remember there being a lot of questions about how it happened like did it happen on set. While he was performing a stunt was this the plot of the movie where his character died in a car accident and was being falsely reported as his real life death but nonetheless it was a very tragic piece of news when it came out and led to the film being dedicated to his memory and his character driving off into the sunset live happily ever after as they used his brothers who look a lot like him to fill in parts of his performance. So in all sincerity. It really was a tragic loss when paul walker pass away but getting back to the main topic of furious seven. This film would bring back a majority of the old favorites as well as adding kurt. Russell two mex some reason but no complaints there as you would be joining new editions. Jason safe them and demon hunt sue for this film and here is where things get crazy. Because this movie grossed one point five million dollars you can buy some. Nba franchises for that much. But clearly this film was a smash hit and was helped along by. Its hit single. When i see you again. Which for some reason is credited to being a wiz khalifa song and charlie booth merely gets a featured credit which i think is ridiculous because his part of the song is really the only part people liker care about but all in all furious seven provided closure for the fans of paul walker. But it would by no means be the end of the fast and furious franchise. The eighth film would be released in twenty seventeen and would be titled the fate of the furious and would bring back the old standbys of vin diesel. Jason stadium dwayne johnson. Michelle rodriguez diaries. Gibson ludicrous and it would add a lot of new faces. Such as scott. Eastwood the son of clint eastwood natalie. Emmanuel who are trying to cash in on the popularity of her. Being in game of thrones asthma. sunday and shirley's the wrong would be added to the cast as well and once again kurt. Russell would dance film and for some reason. I just can't see those two things together but they did. So that's all there is to it and while the eighth film the franchise was not able to gross as much as its predecessor. It was still able to gross over one point. Two three billion dollars and to keep the sports references going with the profits. The those two movies made you could by eleven different. Nfl franchises and again. When i put the earnings of these films in that kind of perspective i really just can't understand how there are just so many people that are willing to shell out the price of admission time and time again. But i digress and moving on to the next film in the franchise. This one is a spin off and barely. This film was made because of the rift between vin diesel. The rock because this one is hobson. Shaw this film revolves around the characters of dwayne the rock johnson and jason statham having to team up in unlikely bearing as these two characters do not care for each other at least at the start of the film. But i'm sure in true fast and furious fashion. They become family but continuing the tradition of big box office. Payoffs this film would grow. Seven hundred sixty million dollars so no matter how much i dislike this movie franchise when you're spinoff series is making that kind of money. You're clearly doing something right but that brings us to the current day as fast nine has already debuted overseas and has already made over two hundred sixty million dollars and is later for domestic release later this month. Starting on june twenty fifth. Which i am sure will result in me having to dedicate another segment to this. Oh so wonderful franchise but at least this one sars. Janet said that will be some fun at the very least and as far as the fast and furious franchise goes for the future. Fast ten is already slated to be released next a sequel will for hobson. Shaw is already in the work as is an all female fast and furious movie and if all that weren't enough fast eleven is also in development. So there really does seem no end in sight. And when people like chris pratt are talking about. Potentially having fast furious crossover with drastic world. We may never see this franchise come to an end and the important thing to remember here is it all started twenty years ago so happy anniversary to the fast and furious and that will pretty much do it for this episode of the gmc. Movie podcast. i do want to thank everyone who is listening to the podcast. 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Grape Therapy: COVID and Jason

Off The Vine with Kaitlyn Bristowe

41:53 min | 6 months ago

Grape Therapy: COVID and Jason

"Thank you for listening to this. Podcast one production now available on apple. Podcasts podcast one. Spotify and anywhere else. You get your podcasts. Podcast one percents off the vine. Great therapy kaitlyn. Bristowe gonna answer your questions drink to your concessions and you have to say about anything bachelor. Let's shake it up some more than years. Caitlyn right welcome to a hot toddy therapy. Oh you could hear you slurp it does the first hot toddy sip. I've ever had in my life. Never had it. So i was going to say how does it taste but with the war is nice. The warmth is nice. The burn of the whisky. You knows doing something to kill some sort of bacteria. There's like a splash of whiskey taste. Burn well because you can't taste anything you've but when you can't taste anything when you have covid you could still feel the burn. Yeah mouthwash. it's the craziest thing. You'll the borough which i did last night. For shock value. We are on faced with our friends. Nobody judge me. I have covert onto the shot of whiskey and switched around my mouth. Because i just was going to show just how i couldn't taste one little bit and this hot toddy that i made. I made up. Mostly honey ginger. Lemon a little splash grandma. A little splash of whiskey. And i think that's it. It's my first in use across uses before you would prefer remember rodway right yes not crush out. Always have one. I would go to the pub. That when the real the commander heard we got like the real authentic old man voices out. Stop go to the pub. i'll go fit your coughing. You will literally just tell you just held your microphone like it was your fist to coffin to taty. Seems be doing the trick. Now anyways i go to the pub on broadway. Then go to my broadway show after a hot toddy. It was really nice little christmas feeling. Yeah anyways this is probably much christmas feeling this year we actually did go like what a few days there without having a drink because of covid role. This is my first sip of alcohol since the twenty third which is hard over the holidays to just take a day off. But that's pretty simple to say. This has been good. I couldn't have paid me drink. I still don't want to have this drink defect. No it's a hot toddy. She said it's going to be better. There's lemon ginger a lot of lemon a lot of honey in a lot of ginger in there with it. So that's my indicator for the fact that i know i'm not feeling well as when i really have no interest. I haven't i don't remember last time of has civil wine which is really greasy. Anyhow i get. I mean i feel like anyone who listens to this podcast knows. We have covid so spoiler alert kobe. It's it's it's been a a few days of downs. I have the headphones in. You don't hear every old man noise and radio august. I can't breathe nose and then you're reading out of your mouth but they say to breathe in through your nose. We have covert tips for everybody. Coming up on this podcast. We're going to tell you really. What what the highs and lows of twenty twenty what. We're looking forward to in two thousand twenty one. We're going to read some venos- they sent me some messages. In facebook group of are leaving in two thousand twenty and things they're manifesting for twenty twenty one. I'm going to read some of those and and then we're just going to maybe play a game. We'll see what we have time for. All right let's do it okay. I'm i'm it's your show. I'm here to just be a part of it. Well first of all. I wanted to say because you do your restart thing you have your newsletters that go out and you always talk about the shit we need to know and this week. I know there is a pretty big thing that happened. You're trying to tell me about it. And i was like. Save it for the podcast. Because if i don't understand it stimulus. Yeah i was like he goes. You know the stimulus. And i was like is that the thing i have in my nightstand table next watch and he was like what like what. What do you compassion. That you have a stimulus to the right side of your bed table. If i had a stimulus you would know about it through stimulator. It's what i call mr peter rabbit stop. We'll see what do you actually when. You're older is mr peter avid third. And i actually got peter. I retired peter rabbit. When i was about twenty seven. My abry got it for me as a joke. Actually she was like. Oh my god. I can't believe you don't have a vibrator got one for me. And i had like two little rabbit ears. And i called mr peter rabbit. You don't know. Mr p peter rabbit. Oh is that. Why do you not know. Mr peter rabbit at him man introduce little peter rabbit rabbit. Ted clark does okay. So that's why it was a children's song very inappropriate. Now that i was gonna say that's sick with sorry but that's the name that would you actually happy peter rabbit solange moms probably listening breaking vibrator in your drawer. The rights called a satisfied professional. There is the stimulus they're not. I'm gonna go check rate when we hang up. It's called a satisfied professional outta town. You leave it to ladies and gentlemen. Check your partner side jurors because i didn't know that existed. You should check your own sights set in the game. And i am comfortable because our families lonzo listen. You're listening but she doesn't care she's like you get it girl work to piper. He's probably like the swipe of code for god any. How did we get there. Oh oh stimulus. That was a long winded. Way of getting to the stimulus. You need to know during jason target. The stimulus thinker. Different strokes for different folks. The stimulus package. It may impact anyone listening. We'll do a quick break down here. Nine hundred billion dollars. The american american government. Please start with what the stimulus is. Just a simple breakdown of what that is. Because i didn't know a simple break. Okay let's this is always liked to break it down like things that relatable that you always can clown down. Think about when you were sixteen or twenty in college. Things are tough. You didn't have money. You know was a tough spell. You spent all your money would you. Do you went to mom. And dad say madam money. I need a little help right. That's what the stimulus is accepted. It's the government to the entire country. We're having this huge pandemic right now. It is a shit show. It's taken people out of work. It's really impacted certain industries so the government is the mom and dad and they come in and say we understand. This is out of the norm. We're going to help you guys out. That's what the government is here to do. So we're going to pass a stimulus to put some money in your pocket. So that's what it is. Does that does that kind of click. Sorry i have these little headphones in and just took a bath. And i was going head first in the bath. I still have water in my ears from shock yourself. Know what did you and peter piper. Shaw peter piper. He's got it all wrong. Just trying to get these headphones to think. Okay go ahead. So that makes why there's a stimulus so it's nine hundred billion dollars. It's the total amount going out and the thing is let's think about. How does it impact each person. Each person each adult pays taxes will get six hundred dollars. And then you'll get another six hundred dollars for each dependent that that tax payer sports so quick example you got a family of four. How much money would you get very four billion six hundred for the taxpayers six hundred for the dependence you receive receive of twenty four hundred dollar check so six hundred dollars for every adult american pays taxes and six hundred dollars for each dependent. The tax payer supports family of four six times. Four twenty four hundred. So that's how much. Okay okay. Who gets that amount of money. All hung. You could be one of the people getting up to twenty four hundred dollars. Because that is the max that they will pay out so that is now. Let's get into that so the author who is all going to be determined on your two thousand nineteen adjusted gross income. So if you made. Let's say this if you're an individual you made more than eighty seven thousand bucks. You're not eligible in the year. Yes in your two thousand nineteen year if you're a head of household who earned more than one hundred twenty four thousand five hundred dollars in two thousand nineteen. You're not eligible. If you are a couple that files jointly in together you made over one. Hundred seventy four k. You're not eligible. Everyone under those amounts are eligible to a certain percentage. The cutoff for the full amount is seventy five k. For an individual one hundred twelve thousand five hundred for head of household one hundred fifty thousand for a married couple if you make less than those amounts. You're gonna get the full amount. Okay mine up for anything. It'll just automatically if you are a tax payer. It will automatically be in your account. Correct if you're an american tax payer it's all based on what you mean two thousand and nineteen. It'll be a direct deposit or a male check and those are going out this week. That's that's huge. That's really nice. That's the nice little pep in our step that we needed to go into twenty twenty one little pep in your step. You got a family of four and you qualify boom. You should get twenty four hundred dollars in the next week or two okay and that was only if you didn't make that in two thousand and nineteen so it's too tall based on your two thousand nineteen taxable income so if you made more than eighty seven is an individual one twenty four point five a head of household or one seventy four. You will receive anything. I will never forget. When i was making just faulk all back when i was twenty years old and folklore only real canadian. I did and i was thrilled when it was tax season sells like she get nine hundred dollars. Value extensions something stupid instead of putting that away to put to good use. I would literally just tickled pink if i add. Five dollars counts. That'd be like girlfriends coffee before. I just had such a funny mindset but just split do get it. It's not even taxable income because it's beneficial get so it's not gonna get tax. Don't blow it on something right. You know there's beginning gang. There's the difference for the different folks there you go. What do whatever makes you happy with that cash. Because it's twenty two a stimulator. His limo past the stimulator make scale unhappy to stimulator makes people happy and it also makes the market happy. The market loves to see the market loves to see it anyways. Thank you for that breakdown. Because i do think that's important to know that is the shit you need to know. And that's very important for going into the new year because twenty twenty. I mean we all could say until we're blue in the face. It was a shit year. We had some peaks and valleys. We had some highs and lows. We had some things that we love some things that we didn't love overall. It was a pretty shitty year. Even though i won the meteorology. I'll probably never stop saying that. Like twenty twenty and to me. That's what i'll think about like. I heard i'll be like a grandma. Talk about twenty twenty. I i thought that was. They yells in your peaked at twenty. Twenty people couldn't leave their homes. And you peaked. I can't wait to be an old woman. I'm just gonna distinct whiskey on my front porch. And like i feel it. Has you do now. So you're living like an old woman deep down. I am an old song. And i am not known so i never thought eighteen year old. I always thought i was too until. I hit my thirties. Today last allows it anyways. What was your biggest biggest peak of twenty twenty. Oh man can we come back to that. Yeah sure. I mean we all know what mine is the miracle. Yeah yeah and then the second peak would have to be when you found out. Your dream was becoming a reality. We should talk about what we haven't talked about yet. The fact that i got a false positive cova test. While i was on dancing with the stars oh shit. We didn't talk about now. Are you sure we undocumented. No on chicks all cast. But i haven't talked about it on my own hours. What week one. I was literally on cloud nine. I was the happiest i've ever been. I am dancing. i couldn't get enough. I didn't care about blisters. I didn't care about anything then. The ankle injury happens. And i'm like please lord god please universe aligned with me here this is not how i go out of this competition in coon. Walk on your ankle. I don't know how you made it through. By the way. I one of those physical therapists talked to the universe out. The universe can heal your ankle. I mean believe what you will. But i cried in a corner of my trailer and spoke to the higher powers. Whatever that may be for you. And i said why this there's gotta be a reason there's got to be an answer use like you say whatever you want to say that is. That's what i did. Very i was the most mindful of ever been in that i. It sounds great. It sounds amazing. But i'm like no you had the best physical therapists that were helping you. And that's like a science thing i mean. Of course that helps to. It doesn't matter. I couldn't walk on the ankle and i won the mirror ball. Eight weeks later ninth later anyways so that it was like a- after that i'm like okay you know what i got through it. I i truly still believe this. Was the universe aligning with me. When the cova tests happened because going into week three. I was in so much pain on my ankle that i didn't know what the heck i was going to do to dance. I was like. I'm screwed icing it every night. I'm crying. I'm in pain. I'm taking pain meds i'm getting. Mri is the right word an x. ray to see if it was broke i got mariah over the territory for reagan and so i'm like what is happening and i was just praying for like two days off because that's all i needed for my ankle. Well in comes the universe. And i am sitting there knowing driving. I was driving and somebody calls me because we tested every day on the show for for covid and somebody calls me and neko kaitlan. We've really bad news Your cova tests came back positive. I pull over so fast. And i start hyperventilating because that means i'm out of the competition you've covered your out. Do not come around another dancer. Artem had to stay away from his family and go to a hotel that night. We you and i started panicking. I had a full well very close you panic attack. I couldn't breathe. How sweet sweet. Dina who has just been in my corner since five years ago wanting me to be on the show and she's just like ally she's like a precious angel mom around that stage and she's a casting director she's also producer. She's just a wonderful human being and she was like honey. You did nothing wrong this time. We're living in like. Will you know this could be a false positive. And i called jason mind you. I had a big business call. It started at eleven o'clock attorneys on the call. I had a bank on a call. I had a couple investors on this business call and i was like my only thing in the whole day was eleven to one and it hits eleven o one i kick off the cause leading the call and i get a phone call from caitlyn immediately. Hit decline right. Because i told i remember telling you when you what do you have to them like. I just have this real big prepped. For she calls me again. Lebanon what. I hit decline and texture. I'm back haul. No and you called me the third time. That's when i when. I get three calls like that. I figured the to maybe just forgot and i got hit decline quick after three as like. There's a problem i said guys. I'm sorry i need one minute. I go over and caitlyn is just bawling her eyes. Hysterical kaelin one second click over the next call. Six people on the call guys we have to reschedule a call. You all back hang up. They were like what does it happen. What is happening. And that's when you told me. I tested positive for covid bawling your eyes out now. I was quickly thinking. Kay she does a positive for covid. Ironically enough the dancing with the stars team actually came to the apartment and tested the both of us the dan before because i had to go interview for the dedication week and so when they when that all happened i said well i gotta go check my results and my god. I got check my results. I opened my computer kedah kedah. I'm negative so he's got the antibodies. I'm positive to quit dancing with the stars and maybe it's a false positive. I'm like okay. I calmed down in that moment then. A covert officer called me from la and said you've been you know what is it. Suppose tested positive for covid. You need to follow these guidelines. You need to quarantine now for fourteen days. Do not go round anyone We'll be checking up on you. Bob bought and i was like. Oh god and i said no i think it might be a false and so we went to a walking clinic. Got a rapid test. I'm freaking out and it was. It was negative. So i'd one positive one negative and the doctor said to me. It is highly unlikely that you got a false positive That's just not it's not going to happen and so there. I am bali mayes out. Nobody knows this nobody except for me artem and and the covert officer dina and then you and i ran into the first thing we do. I said we have to outside counsel so there's a place around so talking walking the negativity daughter. Yeah so then. I'm like okay. I have one negative one positive. Like what are the chances. And everyone's like i'm so sorry so then i got another one. It was negative. And then i got another one. It was negative and by the way she is fast fast forward because she get the test and we would wait twenty four to thirty six hours to wait so we literally just got the test sitting in the apartment. The whole time thinking that dancingwiththestars over weight thirty six hours negative. But you gotta pass two or all three three hundred three so. I ended up having a false positive. I three actually four. I did four. I ended up because of our rapid one that we did. We ended up. I got four negatives in a row and it was a false positive which is crazy and it gave me those two days off that i desperately needed for my ankle the two days that i got to lift my foot in the air and quarantine wait for these negative test results back to back to back and was like okay. Oh my gosh. thank you alison. Well it's definitely up there. That was crazy. It was crazy wild wild thing anyways. I don't know if that was a crazy to other people's it was all out. I thought i was out of dancing with the stars week. Three because of a false positive. Kobe which goes to show you. And this is something that we've talked about it and this is why we have talked about having cove. It is because we need to. We need to you know not right are wrong but we need to admit that we thought we could beat covid. We thought we could be responsible and have somebody over. That had a negative test. Four times in a row beat cove is very way to say it. I think what we thought is we could out think it and we were essentially. Were being cautious. We weren't cautious enough. We weren't cautious in us and listen. It's not the first time. I think we we have that engender. Generally we have been pretty darn good. We are very stern about masking up when we do have. We made mistakes over the past nine months absolutely But yeah i think bringing light to the fact that this period we had thought about quarantining right before we go see my parents and we committed to doing it. Get tested corentin. Then go see the parents. We got tested corentin. We broke our currency broker commitment. By letting someone in the house we did that calculated thought process thinking. This person is here for project and they're tested every day and the negative negative person comes into our house. We have all the negative tests. We see them with our eyes and they leave sunday morning and get a call that literally there saturday morning tests positive like what are the chances of that we cannot make it. Which is what. I'm saying with like getting a false positive. You can also get a false negative. You can also get you know like you. Just don't know this virus especially the rapid tests are a lot more questionable. They say there are eighty four percent. True if it's negative ninety nine percent true positive so so we want to encourage everybody. We thought we were being safe and responsible and we still got it so no matter what you think you're doing your you say home where ask safe quarantine for two weeks. If you're going to see family they have to quarantine to like. I don't know how to put it any other way. But cova is bigger than all of us and it. It's it's serious. We've had so many unpredictable days. Through having covid jason started off with a fever of one hundred and three it was terrible. Yeah that's one thing. I'll put out there to is. It was scary terrible the first five days yeah. The first one zero three fever went down to one or two to one. But waking up and pools a sweat the headache there one period. I had a seven hour headache. That i was the most pain i've ever in my life had. I did talk to a doctor about that. Because i was like panicking. I'm like i've never had this much pain. Because there's a lack of oxygen to my brain like this is excruciating and he told me that the covert migraine on males. Because obviously there's different things with our makeup's with males if that's ten a passing a kidney stone through through a hammer is four penis dick smart card so i mean it was absolute brutal now. I think one of the things we're on day. Seven don't have to go through childbirth. i don't have. i wonder like on the pain scale. What i have no idea is like i stoned birth. Like i wonder if the same lie clearly don't either haven't had a baby but the only thing that blew me away was one time i ask shawn johnson. What was more painful training for the olympics to be gold olympian which you have to imagine his years like nonstop herb childbirth childbirth shit. God bless women but want to talk about some of the remedies that we learned from diapers and resources for those that do undergo or have loved ones. That are impacted by this. We learned a lot because we are not professionals. I will give you a couple of pointers This actually i've seen have has been going around of its from a front line nurse. Someone who can like really back up these things. I'm about to say so. It's not coming from me. It's coming from a nurse. Come into from a friend who had it. Some people might of seen this message along the way. But i just want to pass it on. Grab a paper and pen if you're old school like that. Grab your notes and your phone but if you want to survive covert at home. Got pointers for you here. We go sleep on your stomach at all times with covid. If you can't sleep on your stomach because of health issues sleep on your side. Do not lay on your back no matter what. Because it's smashes your lungs and that will allow fluid to set in which was so weird. Because i read this after like literally laying on my back for four days straight. Also move your arms around frequently. It helps to open your lungs. Breathe in through your nose out through your mouth. This will help build up your lungs. Plus help get rid of the pneumonia or other fluid. You may have when sitting in a recliner. Sit up straight. do not lay back in the recliner again. This will smash your lungs while watching. Tv get up walk during every commercial. Eat at least one to two eggs. A day plus bananas avocado and asparagus. These are good for potassium drink pedialyte gatorade zero etc anything with electrolytes to prevent you from becoming dehydrated. Do not drink anything. Cold have room temperature or warm. It up you always put ice in everything. I like a big room. Temp guy water with lemon little honey. Peppermint tea apple. Cider are good suggestions for getting in fluids no milk products because you always grossing me out. What does it you say. It's generates mucus dairy or pork. Which you said maybe the redmi could be an inflammatory. Vitamin d. Three c b zinc probiotics. One day one a day are good ideas. Tylenol for fever music. Music am for drainage plus helps with the cough peps. It helps for cramps in your legs and one baby aspirin. Every day can help prevent getting a blood clot which can occur from look tippety lot of info there but a lot of simple things you can do. I mean we're taking liquids zinc vitamin c galore. We're eating bananas avocado. I bought asparagus. Another thought i mean it was delivered to the door. Another thing too is people have the. There's the whole physical mental of the difficulty breathing. And obviously the minute you start to feel. As though there's difficulty breathing it becomes more mental. So what they offer. What one of my buddies a doctor. Nyu yar said as for amazon. Twenty bucks you can get an oxygen meter and you just put it on your fingertip and it just reads the oxygen level in your blood so it is very objective. There's no fans are but series the blood oxygen level if that number gets below ninety to ninety two or in that range. That's when you want to start thinking about going to the hospital. So that gives you an idea of what doxygen levels in your blood and then therefore that will give you an indicator of what to do and how to do it so we just got one of those up amazon and let's also say that we are not doctors. No you're not listened to our advice. Professionals see repeating regurgitating advice we have received from professionals and we just want to help anyone who goes through what we did. I mean i had okay. I had zero to little symptoms. When i first got diagnosed and then they start coming on and then it was like one by one month after the other. The loss of taste smell little sore throat. Look justed very tired but today we both feel our best to after. This is what j. Seven seven scary. The unknown is absolutely terrifying terrifying one of my girlfriends. I showed you pictures remember. She would get a random phantom rash on her whole actually change locations every night. She would just get a major rash when she went to bed anyways. One quick question for you because some of the venos- have left really really cool things that they're going to leave in twenty twenty. What is what you're going to leave. Twenty twenty one thing. I'm going to leave in twenty twenty s covid. I hope i breakage for style. But it's gone. I think one thing. There's a few things i'll take into. Twenty twenty. one perspective is one of them. Really focusing on all you can control because the uncontrollables clearly can be just anything at this point and then another thing about twenty twenty did ask me the best thing about twenty twenty. I think looking back on it what. I most shocked by in motivation for anyone out there when i created restart always wanted to do was hesitant to do. It was afraid to fail. I created it and out of nowhere. Got offered a two book series with harpercollins one on all the aspects of hiring and firing no nowhere. You worked really hard for that. But i had no no no i built restart and i got an email nowheres from an agency saying we wanted to wrap it. Built a fifty page proposal. Put it out there and then to see harpercollins pick it up. Put an offer out there for two book series. I never ever thought or anticipated or plan. That could happen and it did which is just. It's cool if you have a thought and you think you really have something. They're just do it. You never know what else will come from it on the bachelor us to get a platform. They're helpful just kidding. You can build an idea from anywhere i mean. Think about where. Who's the guy who's the guy that had a really big platform with finance Totally god i mean. What's his big one. Big one dave ramsey like he obviously didn't start with the platform on instagram. I'm saying he. He started in radio believes radio. Maybe someone correct me. But that's his main thing is a radio and podcast okay. So some of the vinyls wanted to share them share what they wanted to leave in twenty twenty what they're manifesting for twenty twenty one which i thought a lot of these were really inspiring and i thought it took some others so faith. Nicole said i'm saying goodbye to rely on others opinions about me to boost my self confidence and self work. I am manifesting supportive. Loving relationship. And i am manifesting a larger subscriber base for my podcast. Could for you. Her podcast called. Let's talk about podcast. And i am manifesting that for her as well. faith nicole. we believe in you. Yes and we love what you're leaving opinions about you to boost your self confidence and self worth who gives a shit line. Just keep doing what you're doing. What was that thing. I just posted on instagram. The other day it was a quote that i posted in two thousand seventeen and even every year it just hits the same because it goes back to the dr seuss quote right. Those who mind no matter those who matter do mind. No those who who those who mind. Don't matter and matter. Don't mind. Yeah i love that dr seuss. I really do love that. One okay. The quote was no one is coming to save you to give you permission to choose or validate you. This has always been your job. You must love yourself so fiercely and fully that you have no other choice but to be strong for yourself to fight for yourself to be yourself and to build yourself absolutely. I think you go back to business to with that. It comes down to leverage if you have confidence in yourself you have the leverage to say. I'm not gonna take that. I'm not gonna listen to that. I can deal with that in a relationship because you know what your self worth is. And therefore it gives you the power to manifest and create what you want with the leverage. You have human brother slim. Jim madison harvey says leaving behind. Procrastination and bad energy about things. I can't control manifesting good grades to get into the education program at ub see and that positive energy will bring me positive results. Go i do love. I feel like everyone's got a really good mindset of going into twenty twenty one perspective that was one of my thanks is like if we haven't learned perspective and twenty twenty of what really matters in how to deal with all types of adversity. We have we all got through it. And we're gonna get through it. This is a good one. I feel like we'll both like maggie. Monthly says spending time in the moment jason. I just spent the last hour of me in the tub and him sitting on the floor and we talked about being in the moment right stepping away from social media focusing on being present not comparing myself to others and focusing on healthier habits like cooking reading walking and of course spending even more quality time with my golden doodle. Picture golden doodle. It's bill stirred jersey. Come on at might be patriots. Same colors i'm sorry beco- for last night to go anyways. The doug is the cutest dog in his old birthmark on his tongue view but spending time in the moment. I think that's a big thing that jason going to focus in twenty twenty one is being in the moment with each other Not that we don't ever do that. It's just i think when we're boards stuck at home at the kind of. I think we're both three of lock going on in our worlds and sometimes tough to put it down in separate the two especially when it's like stalled blob together these. This'll give you perspective nicole marks. I'm going to try not cry. This manifesting miracle for my dad who was recently diagnosed with terminal cancer fifty-five going into twenty twenty one with hope for my family and gratitude for every day. We have nicole. We are right there beside you. We are manifesting miracle for your dad as well and you never know what could happen. But that doesn't we don't want to dismiss your feelings of how hard that must be. So they give you nicole and your your family is in our thoughts Wow christine schneider leaving behind breast cancer. I successfully beat at this year. Twenty twenty one see. There are miracles their home. There is hope she said i'm manifesting. Good health and to radiate happiness like. That's just what to leave in. Twenty twenty move into a new year and focus on good health and happiness. that's literally my girlfriend jess caller. Bessie cat She said for for christmas last year. Her child her husband just decided to work on their vision board for twenty twenty and she goes not one thing we wrote down was money with what was something. You could buy sorry. It was all about being present and like certain things like radiating and they didn't even realize they were writing that down but an a year like twenty twenty. They actually accomplish those things. Because it's something you can do with your family. Just think about how many the whole world shutdown people officer a density through their jobs. They lost loved ones through crazy pandemic and other situations that. Obviously we've talked about here and it's just you know the resilience and adaptability that people have shown this year it's just it's amazing and it puts it all puts it all in perspective. I'm gonna say Two more 'cause when you will really like Gel cole says the buffalo bills win in the super bowl l. Could you imagine let's go. I can't imagine they're killing manifested. Christie gone says leaving behind my inability to say no to adding more on my plate. I e saying yes. Because i feel bad to decline or because As an artist. It's more money in my pocket. My friend told me my mont mantra mantra. Why i think it runs with different. Maybe it's just me as a mantra for two thousand twenty. One needs to be if it's not a hell. Yes it's a no. I like that and manifesting to illustrate my second children's book. Hopefully my own idea. This time i'll get christie gaunt girl. That's one thing about being a yes. Man i'm a proponent any yes like go say yes the tunes ever no work could lead you but the thing is if you do spread yourself too thin you won't be able to do things like achieve creating children's book like that so you got it. I liked that and last one. I'm going to say as alex. Watson she said i'm leaving behind the feelings of not being a good mom. Since i decided to go back to work and i'm manifesting payment on a house for my little family. You are an incredible mom for going back to work mums. Who who don't have a quote unquote job. Yes you do. You are literally bringing up our next generation which is the biggest job in the whole world. And but we're we're so proud of anyone that you know is a mom in the first place. A family just raising kids in this world is hard and to go get a job. That doesn't make you a bad moment. All absolutely and you can do it. You can get that down payment. It simply just managing the cash. The cash outflow. One thing. i'll say out there. 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Special report: Reckoning with Joppa with critic Mark Lamster and photographer Lynda M. Gonzlez

The Dallas Morning News

24:23 min | 9 months ago

Special report: Reckoning with Joppa with critic Mark Lamster and photographer Lynda M. Gonzlez

"For The Dallas Morning News I'm Christopher win. This is special audio report. Reckoning with joppy. For Generations Dallas abused terrorized a neglected community built by emancipated slaves. Six. Dell's neighbors on the other side of the tracks are fighting a new concrete mixing plant right near the historic Friedman's town neighborhood of joppy. This is not something that other communities in the city of Dallas have to deal with the inclusive communities project. One big fair housing changes from Dalgleish. Join Jumpy residence for this fight over and over they get things imposed them. Nobody stops really truly asked them what they want or how they feel about it. It's one of the last of the Friedman's child. Has. Survived, slavery. is by Jim Crow. is by segregation and it is still there today. Choppy story is the history of race in Dallas and America. Hi I'm Mark Lancaster. I'm the architecture critic of the Dallas Morning News and also a professor in the architecture school at the University of Texas at Arlington Or glimpse to rights not only about signature works of architecture. He also chronicles how the places we build define who we are and effect how we live our lives every day about three years ago he told me that he wanted to write about joppy actually think that my interest joppy dated back before that too just after I arrived in Dallas seven years ago to take this job as architecture critic and I heard about this small town within Dallas, what we call A. Town or freemen's colony basically a town founded by emancipated slaves after the civil war. and I kind of became interested in this isolated place and it's very isolated. It's about six miles south of downtown Dallas, but it's caught between railroad tracks and the. The wetlands of the Trinity Forest, the Flood Plain and it's kind of hit in an isolated and cut off from the rest of the city down there, and it has been since its founding in eighteen seventy two and I just became interested in in the life of this place in how did existed for so long and started trying to make trips there and not wanting to go and write a single story about one or two. Things happening there at one time but to try and get a holistic idea of the community smart, it's interesting you talk about the isolation in this community and it's hard for many of us to imagine I think living in the metroplex nor Texas because it's so congested. So busy and I'm intrigued that part of that is that there really is only one practical way in and out of this town tell me about the bridge. Right for many years the community. Felt like it needed access better access out in into and out of Joppy because the the communities hemmed in. By the Union Pacific Railroad tracks in this was Deeply, problematic because if there was a train blocking the crossing, there was no way to get in or out and there were trains often blocking the crossing this was both an inconvenience. But also a deep hazard if emergency service vehicles for either for any reason needed to get into the community. So for many years, the community lobbied to have some kind of bridge built and the city rejected this because poured small choppy was too small a fish, but eventually the city did cave and build a bridge. The problem was the bridge built over the tracks. was two lanes only with. No accommodation for pedestrians for cyclists. So it's an extremely dangerous bridge to cross unless you're in a car. So more speaking of the bridge you worked on this assignment with Linda. Gonzales. She's a visual journalist here the DALLAS, morning? News. Linda, you're photographing the bridge and you actually met very interesting character there Peter Rabbit can you tell me about Peter? Peter Rabbit was actually the very first person I met and joppy. I noticed a horse by the entrance where the welcome to joppy sign is when you first crossed the bridge and I saw this horse and I'm trying to get out and I'm taking a picture of this horse with sign and I'm trying to make a picture and out of nowhere I hear this man's voice over my shoulder and he's like that's my horse and it's Peter. Rabbit and this horse doesn't have any kind of rains on it doesn't have a saddle it. It is just a horse that's just kind of roaming joppy and he said it's not really his horse it was a friend's horse and he's taken after it and you know I was like well, Hello, nice to meet you what's your name and he said he's he goes by Peter Rabbit history's interesting in the sense that he's one of those pedestrians who. Doesn't have a car. He doesn't have driver's license either and so he definitely does rely on a bicycle to get to and from joppy, and he has to be careful about when he goes over that bridge because there is no visibility of cars coming over it. Until you're at the top IT and so I think it was is fortunate to meet him because he was able to kind of Bila straight the very specific point mark story about pedestrian traffic kind of being stranded in Joppy is interesting. We talk about the history of Joppy, which is both very special and very wonderful, and it's also very complicated. There's dark history there as well that has shaped this community mark tell us about some of joppy's history and how it got to where it is today. Idea of white supremacy is built into the very fabric of the city, and that's why it is where it is. Choppy was founded by an emancipated slave named Henry Chris Heinz who had worked on the plantation of William B Miller which was right across the train tracks from where job he was founded. Miller was the person really of. Who brought the train Dallas what made Dallas a modern. City, it allowed it to grow the way it grew at grew. But the area that the emancipated slaves were allowed to build on was literally on the other side of the tracks between those tracks and the trendy and and the Trinity's Flood Plain. So it was the flooded area. This was the bottom land, the the benefited of it was that it was sort of protected and out of sight, and there are other freedom Friedman's colonies throughout the city where African Americans were allowed to to build. Deep Ellum St Thomas Elm Thicket Sarah there were around joppy was among the most self contained and still exists pretty much as it was. So over the course of its history, its isolation both protected it but it allowed it to be abused in the twenties It became a place where the clan would bring those. It decided needed whippings There was a tree that that is notorious for being the whipping tree of the clan research terrifying and over decades you know they were just case after case of. Cacao. Of, discrimination. Against African Americans at Renault came home to roost I in joppy. Linda you actually went out and found what we believe to be one of those. Whipping trees and I wonder if you can tell me about that experience because I know it was intense stick it out there. joppy is absolutely breathtaking at on the reserve behind it is is a phenomenal place to see the sunset and the sunrise and it's just. Right next to like the best nature that the Dallas area has to offer and it's about a twenty minute track out this tree. This tree among many of the others joppy. Is something that they refer to as witness trees because they've seen so much it's dark and it's cold and you're coming from this space like you just tracked through the forest that was warm and sunny glowing, and then it's just this like really dark thicket in the middle of it and it had all of this new growth. There is very much the sense that the forest is reclaiming an for its self it's not. It's not the thing that it once was and it doesn't signify the thing that it wants. Meant for the community of joppy. It is something that is part of its history it still exists but I love this idea that the forest nature reclaims it for herself. It was a very incredible experience to go out there and see it. Mark when you're exploring the history of GOP. Got Some help from Donald Payton tell US ABOUT DONALD Well. One of the things about writing about the history of joppy is that there is no history of gop written. There's no book where you just go to and you say, Oh, I'd like to find out about the history of job. He's so I'm just going to open this book and go and do it writing about it meant a lot of interviews and talking to people and one of the great pleasures of doing the story was getting to know Donald Peyton. One of the founders of. Dallas County man named William Brown Miller he about my plan May to Dallas in eighteen, forty seven we're in Miller family cemetery. So a lot of these people are the. Descendants. Of the people who settled shopping. Donald is the sort of unofficial historian of joppy. And he's knows it's its history and has collected an amazing assortment of documentary photographs and stories from the press so. A lot of the joy of doing the story is. Working with people like Donald with going back through archives and archives at the Dallas Morning News and a sort of recover this story of joppy learning the history from the people who lived it it's very much a lives a alive story. Well, I think, it's just our community are survives. people. In doppler have learned to survive up until. Just. A matter of a few years ago without running water. Without a really functional school system. This is esther land. And you know these are the people that I know that one day I might have to meet. and. I don't want to know that I ignored that contributions and. Work. I don't want to be the person who they say will son had a chance to call a name and you had a chance to tell our story and you never did. Why Not You mentioned Chinchilla Andrea and to Meka. And in a way they each represent sort of joppy a new job and I wonder if we could talk about well, she'll Andrea's family has long ties to job. He she lives in the home that her great grandmother built by hand and over over years Chalan brea has raised her children joppy was raised in joppy. And she really does represent someone who cares so much about the history of joppy and the families that have been there for so long. What I'm trying to say is we're five generations. So generations three four and five or still alive I do have a pitcher with all five generations. We knew what a habitat home would be and when they came in there like, okay those are nice and I will give habitat credit which the older homes did come in and do a lot of a brush with kindness. So it would actually looking at you wouldn't be right next to a home with a hole in the roof for enduring whatever they did do the diligence like I said it's it's it's very diverse now because we have. Asians Hispanics. African Americans. Now it's everybody but you don't want it to be an all African. American. That's not what we're saying. We just want to preserve the history in don't come in disrespect what it was made of saying and how it was built in just a take it away. That's not acceptable. So to Meka on other hand moved into the neighborhood with the help of habitat for humanity, and one of our main focus is improving the environmental conditions of the neighborhood. She's very concerned about the quality of air in joppy. She definitely represents a new group of families that are moving into joppy for able to afford homes through the help of habitat for humanity. And represented changing demographic that's also coming in and so to make, it doesn't have generational ties to joppy. She doesn't have great grandmothers grandfathers who've lived Aaron who built homes there but she cares deeply about because her home. We need to be aware of by Serandon because they are killing us how how can they say the cloud of dust in the chemicals we snail and everything is not fictive if we just it over and over and over. Again so A. Majority of the community wanted to stop and follow along Sunday and never have no one to. Take the fullest. It'd be consisted weedy. And I think this were asked if the. I'm trying to empower people in his best. My mission just impounds store being more this coming soon. Smile. Drama. The problems today have not gone away in some way they've just changed and become even more complicated. About fifteen years ago twenty years ago. Now, almost when habitat came into the community. joppy was completely dilapidated when habitat arrived there were only a roughly. Three hundred houses in half of them, word completely in disrepair and habitat was instrumental in bringing the community back. It's built more than one hundred houses. It's helped repair many of the houses that were there The issue is that habitat really just built houses didn't do any no community centered bring any think about retail it was habitat would habitat does is build houses so they built houses and that's it. And habitat also screens very carefully for the people it it sells a house as to and of course, it's equal opportunity and that meant a change in demographics from what was this entirely African American community was now changing, which is not bad at all, but it's a change for this community and. Habitat. New Owners care very much about the community, but they as Linda suggested they have a different relationship to it than those who have been there for a very long time, and that inevitably has led to some friction. It's led to friction over what's going to happen relationships with habitat and it's led to friction especially over the. Environmental issues associated. With industrial uses the concrete the trains et Cetera, and I think that has really pitted the community against itself. So I think there's some good news now, which is that we can report that new nonprofit. Consortium. Has installed air monitors in joppy. So for the first time, really we're going to be getting real data about the environmental impacts of all of these industrial uses on joppy. So that's a that's a really positive development but I mean, there is a concerned about gentrification i. mean houses that only a few years ago had been going for fifty thousand dollars now going for. Two hundred thousand dollars one hundred, seventy five thousand dollars in joppy so I think there's very much a sense that gentrification is an issue for this neighborhood that it's now looking to confront. What is clear in the story in your photographs? Especially, Linda is the amazing sense of pride that this community has. And I loved it especially in that photograph of the marching band and I wonder if you can tell me about that. Yes marching van photo came from a day that was organized by laundry Gallimore and south central civically. and. That event was so special. It was actually the first event that I was able to go back out and photograph wants the pandemic had kind of settled down enough to have gatherings, and she'll Andrea and the south central civically gathered. In decided, we're going to throw our own celebration for our local Joppy, high school graduating seniors, and so they got A. Brass band that plays music from new, Orleans to come in and marched down the streets of joppy and they were having a grand old time playing all sorts of music and what was so special is that out of the ten roughly ten graduating seniors. Five showed up and You have this like mini parade for five seniors who aren't even students of the same school they all go to a separate different high school and this is the future of joppy. It is these five students at this handful of graduating seniors and. And to see the community and joppy rally around that was so special and. This is the part that I think kind of was full circle. In photographing the whipping tree. And then photographing this event because and this event the gathered under a very tall tree when you first drive into joppy right next to that welcome joppy sign. and. They're having this this really humble and modest gathering under this very tall tree and it's kind of another. Way of looking at how joppy reclaims. What the trees in community mean to them and how they use their own space for themselves, and so they're having this party underneath A. Tree either like throwing confetti bombs at their seniors and the May surprise them at the end with five hundred dollars scholarships. And each student got one didn't know they were gonNA received that and it meant so much these families to know that they're being taken care of by their around. It's interesting. What you guys have described is a community that really is in lots of ways having an identity crisis who will this community become you know will they recognize themselves? and and how will this end up What do you think will happen and Joppy, and and especially we think about it and this moment of twenty twenty in a year of the black lives matter of protest when there are so many sort of former Friedman's towns like this what do you think will happen to this one and what should we be doing? It's hard to speculate because I don't want the cynic in me to to look at the beautiful treasure. That joppy is it's a place that has like such wonderful natural vegetation around has beautiful trees shaded. It has this nice small countries I feel to it. And it's hard to see that not think that's just gonNA come and take it over and trample on it and rebuilding development turned into subdivision. I don't want that to be the future of Chompy I don't think that the residents want that either for themselves. But I think that they are empowered to to advocate for themselves that they are galvanizing to advocate for what they want for the community they, WanNa, community center they want development to come in, but in a way that. Empowers local residents in a way that benefits them. They want there to be a grocery store they want there to be small businesses that operate out of. I. Think that is probably something that could potentially happen considering how Hard people an advocate of job here working for that kind of future for themselves. One of the joys of. You get to talk about what you see and not what might happen in the future I'm not I'm not much of a futurist and don't trust those who are. So I can't really tell what the future of joppy is going to be although I'm interested to to continue to watch but I think your question was what what can we do for joppy and I think the answer is it's not our job to to to to do things there it's our job to listen to. The city's job to listen to the people joppy in you know respond to their needs. The best we can, or the best the city can in a respectful way and I don't think there's a long history of that happening and as Linda indicated I think you know. The there is. The people of GOP are? Going to come together and Are Starting to figure out you know what the things are that they want and what can be done. What will helpful whether it's Stores or pop up, you know job fairs or Mobility issue you know better mobility. There will eventually be a pedestrian bridge over over the tracks there so I think the question for us is it you know. What we can do for joppy but listening to Joppy so they can and tell us what? What, they? Want. And then working with them to make that happen. Mark Linda. Thank you so much. Thank you. Thank you. You can read the full story on Joppy and see photos at Dallas News Dot com slash joppy, and that's spelled J. O. P. P. A. This audio report was produced by Christopher, win Marsha, alert, and Christian Vasquez. Special thanks to Michael Handle Ashley Robinson and Carlos. Solorzano, and our partners at NBC five. Please help support journalism projects like this one by becoming a member of the Dallas. Morning News. You'll find an exclusive offer for listeners at Dallas News Dot. com slash audio.

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142: Engaging young audiences with arts educator, Dylan Bailey

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142: Engaging young audiences with arts educator, Dylan Bailey

"Hey everybody welcome to artists. Soapbox artists soapbox is a podcast featuring triangle area artists talking about their work. Their plans their manifestos. I am your host tamra kazan friends. I'm excited to bring you this conversation with dylan bailey. A raleigh based theater artist and arts educator in this episode dylan talks about theatre for youth and young audiences as performer teacher and creator and all kinds of spaces both virtual and in person. Our conversation has little bit of everything which makes me laugh. to think about. You'll hear about shark kutaragi. A train the wizard of oz cinderella. Peter rabbit atlantis and about a half dozen north carolina theatre companies. Plus more dylan. Bailey holds a bfa in theater for youth from east carolina university in twenty twenty. He was recognized as an outstanding arts educator by chatham life and style he currently serves as a women's theatre festival team member is a member of pure life theaters core leadership and works as seed art chairs managing director in his free time. He writes plays for young audiences. Dillon has acted with cr chair burning. Coal theatre pittsboro youth theatre theatre in the park and summer storybook theatre as a teaching artist. He has worked with say and see t. Raleigh little theatre applause carew theater tap the art center seed our chair burning coal theatre and star bright little players. Enjoy the episode dylan. Hello thank you so much for joining me today. I am so excited to talk with you. And i thought we would start sort of chronologically. I mean what is time now in this pandemic but let's go back recently and twenty. Nineteen you received your bfa in theater for youth. And i want to know why you pursued that degree so in in may of twenty nine nineteen. I graduated with a degree in theatre for youth from east carolina university and i originally went to school thinking that college was going to be a shark. Cooter board of educational opportunities where i could take a class in and then day and then take a class in stage combat and anything that piqued my interest and to an extent. I made college that experience. I did take classes. That were outside of my major. But initially i started thinking i wanted to study the arts education. Get my bfa theater arts education. So i narrowed it down to schools in north carolina because i'm north carolina born and raised. That had that program so i narrowed it down. There may be a few others in state but i narrowed it down to east carolina Unc greens borough and unc charlotte and did a senior in high school thing where i toured those campuses and really got stuck in the mud on. I wasn't sure if east carolina or unc greensboro campus. For me i also was really interested in. Stow keeping acting as a as a main part of my life As a big part of my life. And so i was interested in issues professional acting program when i got to east carolina. Which was the school that i decided upon. I very quickly was cast in a production of the little prince and l. in la that was within just the first few weeks of being there. I really fell in love with performing for young. So i ended up falling into the i did get a lot of theater education training. I learned pretty late in my bfa training that. I felt that being full time in the public schools was not calling to me and filling me up with joy in the same way as kind of working bopping around and being a an artist and a working actor was and so i did drop that major. I'm in my last year. It was a late decision. And i did end up graduating with a degree in theatre for youth so performance for youth working as a teaching artist writing for youth. All of that was covered in that program. Yeah i i made the decision to study to pursue education. Initially because of my wonderful high school theater teacher rome butner and i really thought that i would only work with high school students because that was the majority of my theater education experience. I hadn't gone to an elementary school with theater program and the middle school theater program. It wasn't asked defined in there. Were a few shows here and there but there wasn't a full-fledged program so i didn't associate theater with young young people the kiddos and then i got to college and studied under patch. Kark who still. They are And she is the program director for the theater arts education. bfa and also the theatre for youth bfa. She introduced me to working with kenya's while and so. That's where i really fell in love with theater for young audiences on this this world. I'm so glad that you brought this up. Because i am going to be showing my ignorance right now. I did not understand. There was a different. So what i'm hearing you say is that theater arts. Education is essentially to set graduate up to teach in a school probably high school setting but theatre for youth kind of expand their range of that. You would work with and can be outside of that. School setting is that right. It is so the people that were studying theatre for youth oftentimes felt really passionately about education but also it was a performance. Bfa so that was the performance element of performing in front of them alive. Children audience made up abuse and families within ti. There's you know just like any theater company. There are all the different jobs that need to exist in a in a working theater company so out of us designed. Ty shows directed youth shows and also learn how to work as a freelance teaching artists which teaching artistry as just a little bit. There is a slight difference. You're still working as a teacher and i saw. I can't remember where. I saw this definition recently but the definition between a theater teacher and a teaching artist the really the distinguishing factor is. Teaching artists are supposed to provide like a. It's not supposed to take the place of the teachers. I think every school should have a theater teacher and that be. They're the heart of a theater program. And i hope that one day that will be the reality for every school whether it's a public school private school charter school. Whatever and been teaching artists are a wonderful like supplemental experience where they come in and do a residency a workshop. Maybe they're a guest director in a school or they're working in community theaters studios and they provide an additional experience. That on haydn's the child's education. You spoke a little bit about how your interest with peaked with the little prince. But can you tell me a little bit more about what it is about theatre for youth that makes you feel like because you're you're calling well with theater in general and i've always gravitated more theater. I'm interested in all art forms and performance in general. I'd gone back and forth between saying you know. I'm i'm just a performer. Or i'm just a theater artist. I don't like labels and boxes too terribly much. So i've always tried to shy away from saying i'm just an actor just you know there's a training art. It's not a theater without a train. It's not a theater without a train. I tell every every theater. I know has a train somewhere near. That's funny so. I think that there's this Even more of a shared experience our shared experience can be felt between the audience and the actors were taught audience etiquette as we go through as the audience as an audience goes through their audience education. And we're taught to be very polite. We must come in and we must wear a button-down shirt. Were a nice dress and and we must clap at the appropriate times and things like that where we're kind of conditioned to be an audience in a certain way and kids come in and they are so honest and they are so real and if something hits them in a visceral way. They're they're caitlyn but if they are not entertained. You hear the the seats bouncing bouncing in the seats. And that is the the wiggles. And you just hit the forty five minute mark and that playwright wrote a talkie seen an has lost the attention of the audience so they're really honest and their presence is spelt the entire time and every now and then you'll hear the chaperone or the The teacher that has brought them or parent that has brought them to the theater. You'll hear the Own like a every now and then like a an assertive snap Trying to bring their their child's focus back in. I really appreciate that element of it. Because i think that's the main. I think the audience is the main difference. Now we're living in a world where there is resumed theater or a virtual theatre. There's television there's also film and there's a traditional theater on that's been around for thousands of years and i think the relationship between the performer on the audience is the thing that sets theater apart from the others. I really appreciate performing for children. Because of that instant feedback and their ability to especially for the youngest ones. They drop right in like. You don't need to convince them to go on the journey with you. They're like they're they're ready to be entertained. They're ready to say the things if you do like a call and response and there's no kind of convincing now we're going to pretend to do blah blah blah. It's like that is their wheelhouse. They know how to do. Pretend imagination. And i feel like that kind of leeches out of us as we grow up into being adults sitting in seats you know obviously if you buy a ticket to go see a play. You're kind of on board already. But i feel like they're still a level of convincing. That needs to happen for a lot of adult audience members that i just don't see with kids and i think it's it's a great lesson if they're bored because i've written for children as well if they're bored that's not about them like the play needs to be reconfigured and back can be uncomfortable medicine to take. But it's some really clear feedback absolutely from a performance standpoint and just like the what is required of a performer forming for young audiences. And it's different. You know like. I i if. Ty is john. If theater for young audiences is a genre within theater there like sub genres within that genre. So there's theater for the very young preschool age or daycare. Aged students can be as young as like two years old. Then there's the inner for for youth. Probably anywhere between like i would say kindergarten through fifth grade. Maybe middle school depending on the loose definition. And then there's the other for young adults you know. Sometimes that's a that's a loose definition to high school sometimes middle school depending on the way the theater presents that i've i've seen some theaters even listed as early college. Everyone's definition of adulthood is different. Winner we grown up your peter pan never so i think within those sub genres. There's different Things that are required because we different complexity of storytelling. We require different conventions to be included to hold our attention in differences of our life and we also require different ways of communication so like early on in life. We require more. We need clearer visual communication because we have a different relationship with language in the first season of our life being really clear and body. Language and physical characterization is so important in when were performing for young young people you know you have to make sure that you're really projecting your voice because every word is a clue and so it's that they hear every word really clearly the articulation needs to be chris. You know if there are words that they're not understanding where they're not familiar with yet that they're using as much of their context clues as possible to to grasp the story and they also had the visual cues of strong physical choices and physical storytelling. So i i like that. Part of performing for youth patch My mentor at uc. Always said you have to have energy shooting up the spine so from the bottom of your feet all the way through the top of your head you have to have energy shooting up the spine and and i like that expectation no matter what the character is even if they're lazy character if you're playing swath onstage you have to be so defined in your choices playing a swamp that basic energy about them. It sounds lake age. The age of the audience members more talking about children. It's really important in ways that you described and kind of the relationship between the performers and the audience member feels different when you're working with children are there other considerations that you can think of when we're when we are performing or creating for youth i think more and more participatory theatre is so vitally important for young audiences and in general. I spent a summer performing and studying in poland and the czech republic. I think it was in the summer of twenty eighteen. That's where i really became interested in an audience's relationship with language because for me as an audience member oftentimes. I did not know what the actors were saying on stage When i see a show every now. And then i would see a show with subtitles but it became really important that they were there. Physical storytelling was clear so i was doing an independent study in that in how they integrated physical storytelling or dance or puppetry to help. Tell the story so one of the things that i noticed one of the conventions. That was really popular in the czech republic and poland. It was so often. It was participatory. I saw production of the wizard of oz in this beautiful historic theater that had been three balconies and had been. I think it was built in the late. Sixteen hundreds or early seventeen hundreds this production of the wizard of oz. They had stripped away all of the sort of americana that we associate with like judy garland movie and they had their own music. They they had original music in this production and they found is constantly of bringing the audience into the story. So when be the lion. And can't remember the scarecrow. But i know dorothy and the lion ball asleep in the field of poppies. They had this. I think the ten man threw a rope into the audience and the children had to pull this rope and they were like being on a bed of flowers and dragged. And i'm sure the the ten man was providing support because these are tiny children but they all worked together to all the lion and dorothy out of the field of poppies so that they could wake up that kind of stuff. I think is becoming really important because entertainment is so immediately at our fingertips in the europe. Two thousand twenty one so we can watch anyone can watch. I mean our young people are like ancient but our our young folks are children. They have the knowledge and understanding to look on youtube and find pepe pig. Or doc mick stephen's or whatever show they want to watch. In that moment they can turn off their brain if that's what there's searching for because they can re watch their favorite episode as many times as they want but when they're in a theater i think it's helpful if they're called on to participate and actively participate in the entertainment. What they are on consuming. And that's what sets apart the hitter from all of this other entertainment. They have relationship with the entertainment. They're consuming and they have agency and they actively participate. So i think that's that's another element of children's theater that is really important right now in also important for grown ups. I think there's a way to do it. I know some grownups. They go into a theater and they hear the audience participation as part of the show that some some people might. Oh gosh anything but that It's all about the execution. I totally agree. Because i'm one of those people who i don't like to be participatory so grumpy except when i go with my kids i'm so into it. I love in those moments because it feels like. It's something that we're doing together feels completely. Different has a very different flavor and i totally agree. It's all about the execution and how it is how it's handled. Obviously i am extremely biased. As are you. But i wanna hear even more about what theatre can offer to children not about making them superstars. But what are some of the other skills competencies. How would you describe that. And it's a. It's a great question. Because i think we do theater education and theater experiences for for young people. I think we do that really well. In the triangle area especially in like a studio space there are so many studios in this community and so many theatre. Companies that are providing classes and workshops for young people and again. It's back to the. I don't know i learned the word charcuterie and i use it every chance i get. If you want to be a broadway star. Then there's a studio that you should go to when i think of that. I think i think north carolina theater is is is providing such amazing technique experiences. And that's awesome. And i think that if you want an experience i said i'm against labels now. I'm categorizing all these theaters. And then if you want like a really fantastic by arts integration experience. That is teaching core curriculum. Whether it's literacy or history or steam stem with the arts seadarq share. Does that really well. If you are looking for a performance experience that and i teach for every single one of these. So i'm completely biased. We need to ask or all of these studios to sponsor artists soapbox if you want a wonderful process based experience about the process of creating i think companies like applause youth theatre raleigh theater a lot of studios in the area do that really well and i feel confident saying that. All of the companies in the triangle. That i have worked with are also addressing us. There's a social skills component involved. And i've been talking with a lot of teaching artists friends. I am someone who is teaching but in person and quite a bit on zoom and of course always ask and following stringent. Cdc protocols following the lead of doctors. But i i think a lot of teaching artists that i've spoken to have agreed that the role of the teaching artists right now. More than ever is not as much about arts enrichment and developing beautiful technique or even necessarily creating. But i really think it's about providing social outlet and social skills experiences because we're living in this time of disconnect it's been. It's been a really hard year for everybody but it's been a really hard year for our kids and a so taking an experience where they can socialize and work with others. The editor is all about working with others. Even if you're doing a one person show. What i love about. Your answer is that it's an excellent illustration. That theater is for everyone depending on what you want. You can find something to meet that particular need or focus area and i am one hundred percent on board for the theater. Experience if it is led well and with support we can become highly functioning members of our community because of the skills that we learn in a theater space again. if it's not a not a toxic location the way in which we work together to make thing in front of people. I think there are very few opportunities for kids to do that. In quite the same way and from an audience perspective for kids to see adults up there doing the things that you need to do when you perform for youth. I think that is another way for them to see how adults can function in the world. That they don't often get to see. You know what i mean absolutely and i would go so far as to say that. It's been a difficult fourteen months but it was difficult before the fourteen months started. I think that empathy and the empathy that must exist for theater offer storytelling to take place up. Good storytelling to take place and the empathy that must exist to properly explore the human condition which is what the is all about. I think that that became really important. You want a sixteen man. I think that that was important. And i think it's still incredibly important because trying to figure out what somebody else is going through or justifying behavior and choices and exploring objectives and central conflict in in stories all of that can exist in theater and so from that one of the programs that i'm involved with is called. Spark spark is a is a part of north carolina theaters on in school residency program and they explorer conflict resolution through the use of theater exercises in activities. So i think all of that is incredibly important in two thousand. Sixteen the piece that i was writing. And i didn't connect it consciously to the times in which we were living. But i know as a writer. You know tamra that we are influenced by the you know. Probably we are. If we're paying attention were influenced by the times in which we're living in and packs are writing. I wrote a play called cinderella's from around the world and it was all about kindness in the face of adversity which i think is the theme. Addison durell story more than she has. A small foot put on a shoe. You know it was. Every culture has a cinderella story and this was a research project on i had. I had a small research grant. While i was in school to produce this play and fund some research about cinderella stories and how every culture every region of the globe where people live has a cinderella story that is native to it and i honed it. On seven stories that were similar but all had kind in the base versus the and they were these princesses these princess. Characters were surviving such challenges. Such adversity on some of them will be in reincarnate elect three times or they got to that happy ending that they need and i thought it. We toured in eastern north carolina and our final dress rehearsal was on the election. Night of twenty sixteen. You know we talked about as a cast how important it was going to be to perform these stories about other cultures and holding them up and valuing them and respecting them and acknowledging that there's so much more that unites us than divides us and i think that that's what i think. That's what theaters all about to taking. In new stories stories that you've never experienced before and often times looking through the lens of another human and aknowledging. Oh that is not my lived experience. And that's amazing. Always the response to the cinderella. Play that you're talking about. What kind of feedback did you get. We performed in little washington washington north carolina. And it's a wonderful historic theater over. There called the trench theater. We performed in that space and we had we had a tr making workshop that preceded all of these sweet little children. You know strut it out on the red carpet like they were royalty and it was super cool because that was another part of it was that princesses can look a million different ways. And that's cool. You know we. We're all living in western culture in little washington north carolina and we we have seen princesses represented in a in a specific way in media on all of the children that were going in there expected to see disney cinderella onstage What they familiar with but they were really enthralled by and they could recognize. You know i. I was also i had a little survey sheet asking some research questions trying to figure out you know when they entered the space. What did they think. Cinderella look like versus when they left the space. What do they think A cinderella looks like or asking questions like that. Because i was really interested in that at the feedback like ninety. Five percent of people said cinderella has to be blonde. She's going to have on a dress. The blue was very important every now. And then people didn't say this is much but then on the slips of paper that i collected it said bearskin and when they left They had seen the egyptians and durant la which was the first cinderella story in history and it was based off of some historic events. The story of i believe it's pronounced wrote a piece. And she was a slave that had been brought to egypt by pirates and sold in egypt and she had been taken from greece and they believe that she became the wife of a pharaoh in like year two thousand bc and that that that actually occurred. I'm sure liberties were taken on. Things have been it. That story has probably evolved quite a bit. So yeah i'm still. That piece is still. Kind of living in me anna. I want to reexamine that story. You know maybe two years ago. I reexamined And edited it to be performed. One of my friends was creating a trauma program at an elementary school and there was no budget and she reached johnson We do to around the world. And so i hadn't written it for children to perform in it and so i had to go back and that was a neat exercise of. How do i adjust this so that children can perform this text and it's still hold up because when it was originally produced it was all college aged students. That were performing. We knew are sitting down to work on a project. You can use this a story if you would like as an example. Do you have some sort of rubric that you use like this play is for this age of children and so therefore it needs to take these boxes. These are the supplementary activities that we're going to put around it like. Is it a formal process. Or how do you approach these kinds of projects. That's an interesting question. This is a trend in children's theatre that i've noticed and it's a trend in big people theater to it's a lot of adaptation. And so you know like how many broadway stories that stories that have made it to broadway. Stage have been adopted. You know that has become a musical. There's i mean the first one that comes to mind but was not. An adaptation is robin hanson. I'm sure there are others. But everything is based off a book or a player you know. Somewhere along the line so cinderella. Those stories were had been the seven stories that i explored and put into that play. Were all adaptations. You know the another play that i have written. And and have reexamined. Sense was a peter rabbit. I worked a lot with the peter rabbit stories and that and that's very much an adaptation and in the beginning. I like to to stay true to the adaptation as much as possible and true to the original story. And i find as i'm doing as i'm going through drafts it's less and less of the original story and it's becoming more and more in my voice which i think is you know. I think that's the goal of doing an adaptation. I'm assuming you're trying to uphold the original story as much as possible and you're also trying to put your imprint on it because that's why the stories being retold in the first place is you have a fresh take so i think because all of the stories had existed before i had some indication of what age the story would be appropriate for. It's hard with stories. Like peter rabbit because you know if you go back to the words of beatrix potter. It's very refined. She wrote i think the tale of peter rabbit which is the one the story that we're all familiar with it. Worked mayor with beatrix potter. That story i think was written in nineteen two. So there's a lot of original language that can be lost on children in a very british so that was a consideration. I think about links quite a bit. I think when when structuring a piece i would not want to do theatre for the very young that exceeded fifteen or twenty minutes and then i also think that and i was fascinated because that production of the wizard of oz that i saw in poland. They did an intermission from a logistical standpoint. I i don't wanna do a ty show that hasn't intermission because in emissions get messy. You know from a standpoint. Then all the chaperones are having to wrangle the kids and take them for bathroom. Breaks an gets really wild or maybe. They had to bring snack and lynn their snack in the theater. And you have to re capture their focus you know from an overall like storytelling standpoint. Doing it in like a solid one hour works best middle. School and high school can handle intermission. But you know. I don't want to underestimate the attention span of our youth because they when something's really good they can hang in there. But that's a consideration that i i make when i'm when i'm writing a piece if i think it's for young people i try not to exceed an hour. Do you think about a specific message that you're trying to convey or does that become clear as you're writing. I don't think. I know what the message is until at least the first draft is fully ridden and a lot of the time. The first draft doesn't even get fully ribbon when i'm writing. I'm somebody who has ten ideas a day. And i end up like that would be really great. And sometimes i'll even start the google doc and i like get to like a character description that i just don't like anna thorough in the waistband. I'm sure most writers would or people who write i again. I'm not sure. I'm a writer. And that's awful society. But i know labels i don't really as a writer on but i i am somebody who writes i find that once i've read the first full draft and when i when i finished writing a play i get up on my feet and i act the whole thing out of my bedroom. I have to speak it out loud. I don't really right in other mediums. That much. And so when i when i write a play i read everything out loud and often times. I'll get up on my feet acted out that way. I hear if the languages clumsy. And after that i read that i do then i start to hone in on on theme but i don't make a conscious effort to establish a theme. I think when. I'm thinking about trying to get it produced that why i do need to start to to hone in on team because you know oftentimes you're gonna make a study guide that that goes with the play so it can be produced in a school or or so that it can count as a field trip activity because school administration needs that we know that theaters educational just for being a theatrical experience. And it's still worthwhile but a school administration needs a study guide to show to parents and to show to higher up administration to make sure that it's ticking off some check boxes in curriculum. So that's when. I do start talking about being because theme is something they talk about in english classes or or you know early. Language arts classes the theme of peter rabbit i think the theme of all beatrix potter stories just in general our community and take care of your community so we associate peter rabbit with listen to mom. Don't go into the garden Always listen to your parents. And that's true too for that one individual story but the theme that transcends all beatrix potter's work is very much. Take care of your community and i. I discovered that after the first draft. When i realized that she was this brilliant woman she was seventy things but she wrote books where they were all living in the same universe. They were all living in the same world and she would pop peter rabbit onto a few pages. Sometimes it would just be a very small cameo because she knew that. If peter rabbit was in that book she was going to sell sell some bucks and so she was very smart in that way and so characters would continue to be revisited again and again and again she was like marvel cinematic universe for children's books where they were all the same world and there was overlap. I love that we need to learn. We need to learn from that example for the theater. Yes because we haven't figured out how to do that. Very really trilogies sequels. Don't work very well in theater as right now. I wonder if the issue is the cameo piece because it's hard to get an actor to come in just essentially do a fly by every night for a performance run. But that's something to think about. You know what kids might really like that. They might really respond to that. That's very interesting to think about. It is and i haven't thought about it too much with well. That's a lie. i mean i have. I have thought about it to an extent. Because i've been working on a peter rabbit trilogy. It's into when i wrote peter rabbit. I wrote it so long that it would never be feasible produce there was all of this character doubling and like i was like oh i would we adopted like twelve of her books and there were like eighty characters and i was like. There's no way this could exist span. An hour and that many character names at the children would have to remember like not be done so then i like separated the piece into two and it was kind of formulaic. I'm i was like okay. Beatrix potter wrote a lot about kitty cat. So we're gonna have like potter's kittens over here. And then she wrote a lot about bunny rabbits and so we're going to have the habits side at down quite a bit. I decided i like mr mcgregor more as a bachelor than having a wife. And so i cut the wife made grumpier then i kept winnowing. Down winnowing down. The peter rabbit story now. I have adjusted it so that peter rabbit does not grow up in the span of a play. Peter rabbit in beatrix potter's books becomes a grownup monday. But nobody thinks of peter rabbit as a ground up. And so it's also it's hard to show episodic large span of time Time change with no intermission. And so i was like no peter just needs to stay a child and i haven't done anything with the kitty cat stories yet. I'm i don't know i'll ever do a play. That's all about her cats or not because the cats they don't get into mischief quite as much as the rabbits so they're not quite as fun now. I'm working on exploring peter rabbit in a site specific way in college. I mostly focused. On touring touring theatre for youth and so touring the schools and touring into theater halls and festivals and alleyways and all that wherever they would host performance libraries. But now i still wanna keep touring very much part of my life but I've been doing a lot of work. With seed art share and a do theater in site specific way and so tying be the venue in with the storytelling. And so how can peter. Peter rabbit be performed in a site. Specific way is really interesting to me. And so that's how. I'm exploring the trilogy. That comes that brings new conventions. In new writing considerations there aren't a blackouts in site specific theater. So that's something to think about. And and how long does it take to walk from the tool shed to the To the main house and the audience is with the host character the whole time. So how much dialogue needs to be scripted. Can the performer. Do some improv Along the way or or is it better. They improvise on that something to think about and working on site specific play writing. That's super interesting. So i have one question that has kind of a logistical question. Hugh graduated in two thousand eighteen nineteen so had a little bit of time in the pre pandemic world but very closely thereafter. It was twenty twenty and everything changed. You spoken about this a little bit earlier in the conversation but the way in which we offer theater has changed quite a bit. So i'm interested in that how that piece has changed for you. But also i know dylan that you work with so many companies in this region and as a freelance performer and teaching artist. I wanna know how you are managing running between all of those gigs. So if you could speak a little bit too like what it's like to do t- way on zoom but also what. It's like to be a freelancer in this way. I wish i had done more. Ty on zoom during this time it has been something that i've wanted to explore more and i haven't done as much as i'd like i've taught quite a bit on zoom. I haven't performed very much I'm done one class. That i think has been super interesting. And it's got in my gears turning their grinding in my brian. And i'm trying to figure out how to create entertaining experiences and i can't wait till in person children's theatre can return because there's nothing like it i i really haven't done as much zoom. Ty as i want. And i've got a lot of stuff that i want to try out the thing that got my gears. Grinding and got me thinking creatively about zoom was a process drama class that i co taught with raleigh theater on. Zoom is like the definition of. It is participatory the whole way through and it requires the teacher to teach in role. Which is something. I haven't seen a lot of in the triangle area and this is something. That meredith peterson cooper the education directorate little theater. And i were talking about the. There's not a lot of teaching enroll which requires. Like if i'm teaching a lesson about peter rabbit than i might quit on a cap and be mr mcgregor and maybe i have like a a little like a bucket or or like some kind of profit doesn't require me to go full out in costume certainly can but semblances and pieces are enough because children don't need a lot to be creative and you are creating a story that never existed and they are participating the hallway through so they are making suggestions on. You're trying to solve an overarching problem with those classes. I think the the theme that had was we were trying to save atlantis. It took a little bit of creativity on meredith in my part to figure out what the what atlanta's problems and then we did like canvas graphics and things like that like we got a letter from the atlantans asking us for help and then we have to brainstorm like what would we pack to go to atlanta and so then it was like a pantomime activity where were all packing our bags. And then we're journeying and this kind of dramatized where we're all journeying zoom windows to atlantis. And i don't think we got to atlanta's until the third class period. We had to come up with ways to help them and we would use theatre games and a drama exercises activities to save atlantis and it was so interesting to see how this activity worked on zoom. Because it's so not zoom but it worked the activity machine where a child enters and does a repeated and a repeated sound and they're all like the cogs of a machine and so they were trying to create a machine that can save atlanta's and it worked on windows better than i anticipated. I thought the sound would get wonky. That worked really well and it's really easy. Especially when there's another grownup turn your camera off or leaders in window throw on a piece of fabric and then re enter with changing the name. And now i think i was the great or recall the underwater great oracle at one point and he was allowed and he was a fan of the boston. Red sox and i played this character and the kids love it. And they don't say no. That's not the great oracle. That's mr dylan. Nine times out of ten. They won't do that. And i think that anyone with zuma account can do that. Anyone with a zuma account and some creativity and some energy and some time and do that you don't even have to have a streaming platform. Honestly i think it might be better not to do it on the streaming platform because the streaming platform creates a disconnect whereas if they're all in the same zoom room than they all its participatory and they all have agency over the story. That's being told. I want to do more of that. And i think the back still exist in post pandemic times you were asking about being a freelance theatre artist working for so many companies. I am just grateful. I'm really grateful to be able to do it. I have a lot of energy. And i love the work and i like to do a bunch of different things. It's one of the reasons that i stuck with the for youth and i didn't do theater education theatre educators in the public schools. Are superheroes bay live under those fluorescent lights and they own it and they work crazy hours and they don't get a lot of compensation to create a whole theater program and they put on these shows and they are often times the designer the director the producer. All the things and i teach kids how to be technicians and actors. I really wanted to be able to. I like the change of scenery. And i liked that one day. I'm teaching raleigh little theatre. And then the next day. I had two miles down hillsborough street to teach a pure white theater. Exciting to me and every studio was different and they place an emphasis on different things in their offerings are different so one day i might be teaching cross drama with with narrative that royal theatre but then the next thing i might be teaching devising or i might be teaching zips apt up A an. I think that's really cool. I'm just grateful to be working. Because i know that it's hard right now for freelancers and it's hard. It's hard for theater artists in general and it's also hard for young people that have started out or are just now starting out. I think i'm a little bit of an anomaly. I can explain that. But i'm really grateful that i am working. Is there anything that you'd like to talk about that. We haven't covered before. We wrap up by dream for the triangle area. Is that an. It's what i thought i would be. Doing and twenty years. Is that the triangle area. We'll have a theater company that it's a professional theatre company that would focus solely on performing and presenting professional theatre for young audiences. That would both tour in all of the rural county surrounding wake county. That don't have as much arts opportunity. And don't have all the studios and all of the programs and would also provide you know we. We do a great job in the area of providing education experiences. I wanna see. The triangle provide more entertainment experiences for for young audiences. I think we're heading in that direction. But i want to see. I think it's gonna take one theater to say. I am here and i am going to focus on her forming for young audiences because young audiences deserve theater that is engaging original. I think that we've got going back to what we were talking about earlier. Most children's theatre is adopted. It's a lot of the same stories being told again and again i get so excited when there's an original tea why a piece and so that's engaging original and professional and that involves haying artists to do it on because it's a huge commitment and children deserve the best. So that's that's my goal. And i thought it was gonna take twenty years for me to get there. I don't know if i'm going to start a new company before before the twenty year. Mark i feel like i have to be forty to do that but i think i think the triangle is going to get there before twenty years from now. Because we're we're we're busting out all over you know. June is busting out all over. And we've got a lot of theater happening and i've seen the already exploring performing for young audiences. I've seen that over the past few years and so. I hope that they continue to do that. I hope so too. And i'm excited for your your dream. I think we're on the right track. And i think you're gonna be a big player in that. And i am so appreciative of the work that you do and the heart that you put into it and more specifically. I am appreciative. That use that some time talking with me today. Thank you so much dylan. Having me on up this has been much fun. I'm faithful listener. And it's so many of our mutual friends and it's been cool to chat with you awesome debut nail. That artists soapbox turns four years old this year. If you've found value inspiration education commiseration or just a laugh. Please become a patron and help us do all the things we hope to do you. There are links. Michaud notes about ways to support artists. So box or you can go directly to patriotdepot dot com slash artist. Soapbox thanks so much.

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TRR389 09 04 19 - Dog The Bounty Hunter

The Ralph Report

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TRR389 09 04 19 - Dog The Bounty Hunter

"Hey they're ralph garment here and thanks so much checking out this free edition of the row report. If you like what you hear do me a favor subscribe to the ralph report so we can put some fun in in your ears five days a week and you can listen for as little as three dollars a month so subscribed today so you know miss out on any of the fun go to patriotdepot dot com slash slash the roth report and sign up welcome to the ralph report with ralph garman. Well hello there boys and girls so happy to be with you again. After that long holiday okay weekend i am ralph garman. Welcome to the ralph report podcast pal sitting here in the bat cave with me is the vice host. Mr eddie pence. Everybody it was is a long holiday weekend. Rest was had relaxation was had and back glow about. I'm back. I'm rested. I'm ready ready not really it was a little busy this weekend but still it was nice to have a little bit of downtime and recharge the batteries to come back today with a brand new episode road for this wednesday september four. Oh man miserable friend wilhelm. I do as looking forward to it and since september on we've got nothing but we do have a jam packed show for you today. We have very very little time for <hes> for this kind of chatter to this nonsense guys on the counter. You wanna know why it is. I'll tell you why because first of all it's a wednesday around here on wednesdays. We <hes> is a thing odd. God damn it. I know there's a thing we do and it's a wonder you got it is as a one hit wonder wednesday goodwin today another <hes> y hit wonder as opposed to really wonder yet another novelty songs in a long string of these. This one is crap task. You said every week i know but this one real it yeah. This is the bottom of the barrel. We're gonna have fun. Also of course we've got all your phone calls with the g- army on the line and later on in the show. I had a chance to sit down with the legendary dog the bounty hunter. He's got a brand new show. That debuts debuts tonight on the w._g. And american network w._g._n. Is the superstation it comes out of chicago and they've got a <hes> a were nationwide network because well they do a lot of reality shows and things like that some pretty good stuff over there and so he's got a brand new show debuts tonight called dogs most wanted and it is dog doing what he does us which is bringing in bad guy but this is his top ten list the worst of the worst really yes however what this show is. I mean beyond the action in the usual way. Cool bounty hunters stuff that you see with dog. It's also <hes> chronicles. The last days of his wife beth right passed away three three months ago from cancer and it's a much more emotionally supercharge than you would expect a dog the bounty hunter show. I would imagine that would be rough. They were together for almost thirty years of those two and so. I had a chance to sit down with dog. We talked about beth. We talked about the new show. He is a very interesting dude. How do you know him. I don't owe you didn't know i had some previous relationship. I met him once before and we talked a little bit about during the interview i i met him at a mutual friend's wedding voca and he was there with beth and i had a chance to chat with both of them at the time and i remember them being just really nice people but we never really know mary <hes> so i i was predisposed to think was going to be a pretty good interview but i was surprised how candidate he was how open when he was i mean as a guy who has dealt with <hes> grief and loss myself in my life. I know what an open wound that is for a longtime and it was really <hes> open about it. He was really it was a really interesting conversation. I think people are gonna dig it so that'll be later later on the show but <hes> meanwhile let's get on with it. I mean it's been hell. How many days since we've had a show he'll forever. I know it's good to be back and i hope you guys are enjoying it as well. Thank you so much for joining us. We're gonna kick things off the way we usually do with you. People the beloved garden me. We love it. When you reach out to us you can always write me at ralph at the ralph report dot com <hes> or eddie or steve at that same email address we also are very active on the social media just like the kids on the i g and the twitter tweeter instagram's in the l. those grams and faces and books and twits a roll over there so we love it when you reach out to us there as well <hes>. I'm at ralph garman eddie at eddie pants. Steve is at steve ashton. I think on twitter and then on instagram like steve ashton fifteen fifty nine. I think thank god change. That's the the ad that work on man <hes> yeah and also we love it. When you call us and leave your voicemail messages so everyone can hear lovely voice and your interesting thoughts you can leave avoid mail message twenty four hours a day seven days a week on the ralph report hotline. You know the phone number by now. It is one eight three three hira. Oh <music> oh love it. When you leave your messages i listened to all of them and after a long holiday weekend i tell you there i could imagine a shit stash after friday should tend to get through a lot of cheering and happiness and joy with our boy eddie pence. Eating five things in a row can't believe the bar. We've set now for success on this show. People were out of their minds so thrilled with that. We'll talk about that much. More in this segment guard me on the line own israel. It was how before we get anywhere. Let me say to our listeners down there in florida. We are thinking about you that goddamn hurricane dorian yeah is bearing bring down and as of the time we're recording this it was it was right there. I'm sure it's gonna get worse before it gets better my folks the myrtle beach got an evacuation in order to did they <hes> not where from the ocean to the first highway which seventeen business they're just on the other side of that but that whole area the whole coastline evacuated. It's i just brutal hell and mark listener from florida called in. He works in the radio down there. He is doing constant updates for his audience and he's volunteering trying to do the same with us. Which i think is awesome and very thoughtful of him. Hey robin answers mark from palm coast florida star general <hes> just about a half hour north of daytona beach florida tells on the east coast and we're expecting hurricane some kind of coming tomorrow so <hes> <hes> toilet. You guys know that here in florida. We're staying strong. We're getting ready to party. You got a hurricane coming the fun time. I work in radio so we're going to be starting <hes> rejoin a lotta update this past weekend through here when the storm passed the on the front lines as we're going along here so you you guys are we do and <hes> private lauren. We absolutely will keep you in our thoughts mark and if you can if you have the opportunity we'd love it if you could. You'd give us some updates from down there and let us know going on and how you folks are dealing with it because we have a lot of garment members down there in florida and my thoughts obviously are with each and every one of you and i hope <hes> it's i mean it's going to be bad. Let's face it. It's not gonna be great no but maybe georgia and the carolinas yeah maybe <hes> you can at least you now you see the devastation. The bahamas went through yeah. You're hoping that maybe won't be as bad as that but there's no way to tell with whether that's the thing <hes> speaking of florida and weather. I do thank everyone who shared this with me this interview from florida today reporter tyler vasquez. This gentleman is in the ralph reports citizen of the week. You know we talked about <hes> my beloved guy this guy on the counter you wanna know why is he was the man who is telling us that traffic circles were creating tornadoes. Yeah that's why they were getting tornado. Tornadoes tornadoes in the state of pennsylvania selena and he had not seen that before and he was sure that the traffic circles people driving around in circles was creating tornado weather logical explanation. It's perfectly wrigley logical but not nearly as logical as this gentleman. This unnamed florida man who by the way came to florida by way of boston so he's got everything going on i up. He's a little fed up with these hurricanes and he wants to know why the government is taking the logical steps right to nullify the devastating effects of these weather weather patterns. He's got plenty great ideas and i think we need to listen to them and see how they have. Come up with some kind of way to come back these storm guam shit they keep saying two days ago three days ago. I would set this warm weather all this warm weather and warm water. We have a navy one of the navy. Come and drop ice in the warm water so that it can't get going as fast as it's gone right. It's got to be ways to combat this senate just pointing at the thing and say well. Let's get worse. We know it's getting worse but you tell us oh. It's the warm komo. It's the wind. Will we have an air force planes around to get the winds going the opposite way the navy going circles to fight it the other way just just get the planes and the boats and go in the opposite direction that the hurricane put in the water but i stopped with the water in the war but ice in the water all right we got a navy put ice in the water next logical step drop a nuclear bomb in the her and just fly in the opposite direction of the hurricane and that will i'll stop the hurricane from being god dammit. Why doesn't the government just do these. Simple things and stop hurricane. Why don't we just get a superhero to flyer liar on the earth backwards and spin everything backwards now. You're being ridiculous being stupid because the he's got he's got earlier mocking him with your comic book stuff <hes> but ice in the water wanna fly in the plains backwards into the wind of the hurricanes airforce planes with absolutely work and it's genius and you sir. I salute you the row reports citizen of the week. Thank you so much for helping older people down in florida niff- was played sees the best as i mentioned there was a lot of this weekend on the voice mails for epipens and he accomplished what none of us thought he ever could. He went five days in a row. Oh actually eating food that we talked about who could have seen that coming who frankly it's it's a miracle and i'm still reeling from it. In many of you are are as well thanks to everyone who lived up to their promises by the way and upgraded their memberships to force darst's people their word as you are people your word very much lord. They were awesome and we've had a lot of new four star generals. I met some of them on the livestream event. We did on saturday night. We did a livestream ama with myself south and the three and four star generals and lot of them logged on for the first time for their first live stream events for the opening did go pats sadly the camera could not pan down to see my enormous testicles but i was pantelis and so thanks everybody who join me on the live stream this weekend however in the midst of all of that joy oy there is a little bit of concern really because a story broke over the weekend about a young man in the u._k. Who has <hes> e- eating habits much like the vice host and now people are worried arafat's shamed from toronto college three in the news earlier today and apparently a teenager in the united kingdom described as a fussy eater has lost his vision due to his diet of pringles french fries white bread processed ham and sausage sausage now. Do you think it's his lack of eating anything else that led to that or could it be the ham that led to that because on one hand and i'm thinking that eddie might be onto something here on the other hand. I'm thinking about that. He's just squeezing himself into a corner where he's going to be blind. You know another year or two of this horrible <unk> horrible eating that he gets over with. I don't know check it out. I mean all your makes ralph bye. Thank you shane yeah. I'm pretty sure he's gonna go blind from china. I look i read this story and the only thing i have similar. This dude is we french fries yeah another big potato cheater adonia ham while that's for sure we know ghost hamster tony white bread. You don't even white bread no wheat bread. Wow geez your regular right. I'm jacqueline regular jackal. You're the model of the nutrition. I ate bread wheat bread so you're not going to go blind your lot. People send me that story saying. I think it's gonna go blind. We gotta we gotta look out green beans. Oh alright asparagus asparagus <hes> we also got this phone. Call from our pal timmy. Can i wrapping eddie today. From allies boyd <hes> just having listened to another podcast what's some on the day and and <hes> the buster was <hes> but anyway that we're talking about curse words and <hes> they got me thinking about outweigh time from bring up your segment where they come from and you go. I think it's an excellent question to me. We appreciate it. Let's find out why do we call foul language curse weathering and thought of that i didn't either but did and he called him the question it's time for where did it come from there. You go from where thanks. Where did it come from. Why do we call curse words. Curse words don't don't know well. You'll be happy to know that <hes> curse words and swearing come from the same thing okay as does the word profanity while we call what we call la dirty words profane all originated from the same hit all originates in the same place and you won't be surprised that it comes from those up tight motherfuckers in the christian church shocking. That's where it all comes from. In fact profanity comes from profane and the definition of profane is something that is not sacred or biblical something that is the secular rather than religious not respectful of orthodox religious practice. It's irreverent so profanity started out as being a crime. I'm against the church before it became a crime against society the reason they call them. Curse words is because the initial bad language in quotes was cursing. If you were to say go to hell or damn you the early curses were in essence cursing someone to the dark side. You would wish them are actually doing a curse. Yes bads and you want the devil to have an influence on them then to go to hell. Hell you want them to be damned. Those words were considered actual curses. You're putting a curse on some kind of so as the lists are to expand they all all fell under pretty much the same category swearing for example also comes from the idea that initially when someone would swear they would take the lord's name in vain vein right. Oh i swear to god that i'll never do it again. That was considered profanity was profane to use the lord's name in vain like that especially. If you didn't mean it when you you were just using the words the words of the lord's name to try to fool someone into thinking that you would do something that you wouldn't really so profanity curse words and swear words all come from the the christian church believing that people who spoke out of turn about religious things were doing the the worst kind of language language that you could use and then eventually bad words all fell into the right so you know that started off with those this is like back in the fourteenth century as we started to collect a more useful vocabulary of profanity they all fell under the same umbrella and so to this day. There's still called either swears or curse words or profanity. Yes yeah so that's where that comes from from. No thanks ed. Thanks so much for the call. Thanks to everybody who called in. We love it. When you reach out you too can be featured in the army army on the line segment but you gotta take that first step. You gotta call me. Let's get a reminder if you're calling from another country like timmy did from australia. You cannot use the phone number one eight three three hi ralph <hes> just on your phone the the best way to get around that is to use skype go on skype and then use their keypad punch that in and that's how you can get through to us so when people heads up all right now it's time for take a look in the rear view mirror and find out what happened on this day in history solve another mystery decent boot invented wanted lists king married his sister queen who knows everyday seems to be anniversary. The army's rouse lamps wishes. Please tell us what we down this day and can't wait to hear mike server do that live. I'm so excited about really going to be fun. Of course we're talking about. Belive ralph report show that is happening on september twenty first here in los angeles at the world famous improv comedy club eight p._m. It's a saturday night september september twenty first. I'll be there on hand. Depends will be on stage. Steve ashton is coming in from the u._k. Carey will be there as well. We'll all be there not only to do. The show live in front of your very is but then for a little meet and greet afterwards and steve ashton. I will be hosting a few in the bar of you would like to imbibe with us. You'll find us. They're they're in it people and making weird faces and <hes> unfortunately all the v._i._p. Seats are sold out that means that only those folks will likely get eddie pence to <hes> <hes> either spit or vomit on them and those people are getting the commemorative posters that we do for the show as well and i just saw the updated image for the poster. It's pretty cool. Yes pretty cool. One <hes> erin affront aaron owens do it as a scab ready. Yes she put together <hes> the poster and it looks really fun exciting so that'll be cool and and by the way if you have not been to other rap report events and you would like the posters from the previous events we still have some on hand will be selling uncle so there's go to improv dot com. I am p. r. o. v. dot com click on locations. Click on hollywood and then you'll see the ramp report live for september twenty first all right. Let's take a look at this day in history september fourth what happened on this day in sixteen o nine well navigator. Henry hudson was the first european to discover the island of manhattan about the hudson bay. That's right. I'd seen a hudson's all over new york does he was he was big into exploring that part of the world and and now i don't believe he was the one who swindled the native americans out of the island of manhattan for some be that was later on that was later on but he did lay eyes on it for the first time i'm in eighteen eighty two the english astronomer edwin halley observed a comet in the sky and what are the odds. It was halley's comet. Wow he saw the comet. That had his name on. It's remarkable. What are the odds that he would see a comet and that comet happen open to have the same name as a million to one shot diculeng cillian to was so cool had a name tag on an average eighteen o seven robert fulton bolton began operating his steamboat crater steamboat of course. I was pretty cool way to get around. Have you ever taken one of those. <hes> mississippi river riverboat river beds yeah yeah. I've been one of those in eighteen thirty three. The very first news boy was hired. Little barney. Flaherty ten years old was selling the new york sun newspaper on the streets of new york. <hes> <hes> child labor on ten year old a ten year old was selling papers have attended. I can't imagine my ten year old. Doing it became a thing news. Boys were everywhere everywhere after that read all about it. We can give him nothing. They'll scream. Read all about it and sell our papers. This'll be awesome spigham his papers on this day in eighteen sixty six the first i hawaii's daily newspaper was published in eighteen eighty two in his first large-scale test. Thomas edison's light bulb was used to light new york's pearl street station eighteen eighty two first time they had lands <hes>. He's a thomas edison's interesting cat. He turns out to be a lot. There's a lot of bullshit shit about thomas edison. Yeah they have that movie coming out with edison and tesla about the the war between edison tesla stole a lot of west passed in house and he was great at promoting promoting him and he was a bit of a common turns out seems like most famous people in vain like that. I think you have to be thinks it's the selling of yourself is more important than the doing. You're you're. You're stepping on others to get to where you wanna go. Did you see that documentary on h._b._o. Called the inventor knows about a woman named elizabeth homes and she worked at a silicon valley alley and she came up with a process where you could do two hundred blood tests on a drop of blood with her high tech blood testing computer that she inveterate instead of drawing vials of blood and take a drop of blood out of your finger you put it into this little nanotech capsule so and then you put the capsule inside the testing machine and it was called the <hes> the edison as a matter of fact. That's why i thought of this because <hes> it it turned out that she was full of shit and she had a company was worth four billion dollars and never made the thing that she was talking about working. Wow it was all an illusion. Wow and sheriff favorites mentor was edison and they kept drawing comparisons about how he edison was a bit of a charlatan like he was selling the lightbulb before he ever made the light bray work basically and so she was basically raising all this money on on an idea and as possible how to make work not not only she couldn't make the scientists that said you simply cannot do what you're saying. Oh wow fascinat- it's called the inventor. Do yourself a favor. Check it out what i guarantee. You'll be interested right on this day. In eighteen eighty four britain ended its policy of penal transportation now. I know what you're thinking. Not at the my head is not the penis no <hes> penal transportation to new south wales in australia. They stopped shipping all their australia being a prison island right like the penal system right yeah. They stopped making australia their prison basically for all their marriage wellesley said all right. We'll stop sending all the reprobates to australia australia. Say you're on your. We want you to stop doing this. I don't know if they even had choice. I think australia was still a colony at that time and they just said you know we probably shipped enough lunatics over there. We're gonna we're gonna aleve m._b. On this day in eighteen eighty five the first cafeteria opened in new york city <hes> at one time cafeterias were all over every major metropolitan city in the united states they were and for those donors say what a cafeteria the difference in the cafeteria and restaurant cafeterias were. You'd go win and you grab yourself a tray and you just help yourself to the pre made foods. It was the first restaurant that had no wait staff. You didn't sit down and order and then liberty school <unk> cafeteria. They were everywhere right and you just go. I remember them. They were in d._c. And we would go yeah those. I guess the closest thing now would be like a hometown buffet or something like that but it's still a chain like a restaurant sort of thing. These were literally you get a tray and in this one it was the first one was in eighteen eighty. Five was called the exchange buffet. 'cause it was near the <hes> the the wall street at center down there in new york city and it was only men were allowed and you'd go and get your food and you would eat standing up they had tables but no chairs tables at your ways we just eat and then and get back to work and that's why people loved it because it was the quickest way you could get a meal to get in and out wow but i would thought it was fascinating to find out that the entire premise was based on the honor honor system. You would get your food. Eat your food and then right up your own check of what you have you and you'd go up to the cashier and hand them your peace your piece of paper that had what you ate on it and then they would ring you up and really for it. Yeah that gonna last long way did for years that way that yes no. I would have beaten for free. Free people like you ruined the honor system for the exchange capital. I wouldn't have written into my chocolate milk chocolate. Though you would get an out of thirty five cents sandwich that you would have eaten the tire turkey dinner i ruin it for everyone and then they came up with the auto matt which was another form of cafeteria where you would go in. I think they probably happen because people like you were ripping them off but you go into an automatic and they had all the food behind and <hes> glass or plastic window right and you had to get coins and was like a vending machine you put the coins in which would open up the door and then you can get a piece of pie or san. It's those vending machines and like hospitals and stuff those type of thing yeah but this was all fresh food. I mean you could get a plate of spaghetti behind the window and comes on this day in eighteen eighty six apache chief. Geronimo surrendered ending the last major u._s. Indian war people are eating tears in new york city and they were still fighting with the native americans uh-huh. That's crazy nuts on this day in eighteen eighty eight. How about this for an invention guy named george eastman patented the first camera to use who's a roll of film <hes> up until then you'd only the slates right get that one frame right you put it into the camera you'd shoot your picture and that would be that would be the negative he he came up with the idea of what if we made a roll of film and you would adjust advance the unexposed film through the cameron you can get multiple exposures on one roll of film. That's crazy. He also registered the name kodak by the way for his business for him and still weird like i still remember having to drop film offing having developed course you would you would wait weeks to see your phone. They had the twenty four hour one where you get back day like our kids are not going to have any recollection of that. You can't let me see let me see you take a picture of them immediately. Let me say let me see what other let me see. Let me say tax rate. Just take three of them lord. You've no idea never saw unless you had a polaroid or something. You never saw one in waited us nuts in eighteen eighteen ninety three english author beatrix potter. I wrote the story of little peter rabbit for a five year old boy that she knew peter peter rabbit. You're not familiar with the peter rabbit's the way that's like peter cotton tail right. What's difference was peter rabbit. Peter rabbit was a children's book series right about peter and his sisters floppy z. mops and cotton and really read that never read them in revenue mister mcgregor's farm. No no it read those peter cotton till right. Peter condos god dame easter bunny from the song here comes peter cutting down the bunny rabbits on us when peter rabbit peter out it was not the easter bunny rabbit who live with their vote named peter. It's a very common name for rabbit really yes okay yes. I'll buy it <hes> on this day. In eighteen ninety four <hes> new york city twelve hundred taylor's went on strike to protest sweatshops. Get back to work. The lazy bums in in this day in nineteen. Oh four the saint regis hotel opened the new york city bill by the legendary <hes> real estate tycoon john jacob astor. It was the first i hotel to have central air conditioning and heating in every ru. Can you imagine how people's minds must have exploded at luxury in the summertime in new york city in the nineteen hundreds to get into a room that was cool off or the wintertime all man with heat. You don't have to have nineteen blankets all my good asleep. Things things we take for granted due on this day in nineteen twenty two william walmsley and william lyons officially found the swallow sidecar company sure doesn't seem like anything now but later on they would change the name to jag. You are running. They started as well automobiles because name change. It was a bird oh god eddie right byrd the swallows no-one else daddy. No one thinks per se swallow on this day in one thousand nine hundred forty will network named c._b._s. Began brost broadcasting television for the first time in nineteen fifty on this day the first helicopter rescue of an american pilot behind enemy lines. Oh if you remember the helicopter was not everywhere until <hes> <hes> after world war two ray on this day also in nineteen fifty the beetle bailey comic strip debuted for the first time yod dan. That's not funny. Either fight tuck is they're. They're they're gray ones. They're legendary eight. Every single. Combat beetle bailey ever elicited a chuckle. Go the fall or titter from anytime after an entire history it'll be there might be one or two shrimp. Get appeal on those potatoes beetle. You lazy a bomb. Oh here comes sards better. Grab my mop fuck. Beetle bailey are the one of my funny. You just seemed right off the whole thing it'll pantley. It was never never got to be a comic strip. You find funny. Farside was always farside. Bloom county was always funny. Though just a single panel strip bloom county strip strip right the penguin loved him bill the cat clubbed bill the cat just not fucking beetle bailey the wizard of is or whatever whatever that was shitty earns again people like because if nothing else not get peanuts fucking ziggy he cliff garlina madoukh garfield fuck comic strips. God took start as hell upset. I was <hes> miss day nineteen fifty before peter cortesi. Yes also not the easter bunny. Oh that's as a bunny though pinot he was he was a gentleman he was a u._s. Citizen who achieved a record occurred with. I don't do a lot of sports stories because there's a ton of them but this one caught my attention. He achieved a one arm dead lift. You know what that is. It's a weightlifting weightlifting but instead of grabbing the bar with both hands as you grab it with one right you pull it up and then you lifted over your head one armed dead lift. What do you think he he was dead lifting how much weight well deadly you standing straight up. You're not popping it. That's a that's a power clean. Cleaning clean power dead left standing standing fuck this this guy then standings this was impressive of lifted over your hands clean and jerk. Okay well then fuck this guy not that interested it was three hundred and seventy pounds though still fucking impressive pretty strong hugely impressive. How did his spine nuts no. I don't know if he's holding it with one hand. I'm sure he didn't spend the last few days of his life. Yeah pain-free was triple his bodyweight. That's <hes> that's crazy ray. My kneecaps woulda hit the wall this on this day. In one thousand nine hundred fifty seven the ford motor company introduced the ed seoul <hes> the edsel edsel was touted for a year before they put it out to the market ford motor motor company was saying it was the future of cars it would change the way the cars were forever and then they released it and everybody hated. It thought it was unattractive. Have they thought it was over hyped overpriced. The edsel became synonymous with failure after it was saying that lasted for two years going to change cars. Forever is sort of an on over hype yeah might have been their own fault <hes> they lost two hundred and fifty million dollars on the allure company does back in nineteen fifty seven. That's a lot of real money back. Then in nineteen fifty seven also the governor of arkansas orval fobus great name. That's and that's a governor of arkansas right there orval fobus. It's called out the national guard to prevent nine black students from entering little rock arkansas central high school. She's got seems like fair. That's fair. That's a threat at that seems to have read right amount of force. Let's get needed the national guard to stop nine kids from going to school. Even though it was the law of the land that you couldn't keep deep whites and black kids segregated. It's any longer so eisenhower had to step in and say you know what here's what i'm gonna do national guard now. I've just federalized so now you don't get to use the national guard anymore and he actually had troops walked. The kids into school had to because before losing their minds can stupid people others they nineteen sixty two. Oh the beatles were asked to record a song by e. M. i. for their first hit because george martin producer did not trust lennon and mccartney kartini as songwriters and my god. They brought in some other songs for them to record. Wow yeah that some balls. He didn't think ringo regular drummer and they didn't think john and paul really were very accomplished songwriters so he came in with the song someone else had written called. How do you do it and the beatles actually recorded in nineteen in sixty two years a piece how you knew how you do it to me too because like yeah. We don't really want this to be our. I know this is not the kind of music we wanna make. It sounds like the beatles and not sound like a bill at the same time it was a lot of that kind of music and british pop music at the time they'll we're trying to do something endeavouring here to it sounds like them but doesn't sound like them at all so they said why don't we do this. Song road called love me do how 'bout we released that one instead and so they won the argument they they released love me do and obviously the his theory yeah but that song how do you do it actually was recorded by gerry and the pacemakers another group under contract and they had another hit with it so it was apparently a hit song but not right for them. In nineteen sixty seven the final episode of gilligan's island was aired. They all died right and we never found out just stopped. They stopped taking dot the whelan's forever and that's why they had to hang out with the harlem globetrotters years later. They're still on the island in one thousand nine. Hundred seventy two the price is right usa's longest running running game show debuted on c._b._s. on this date in nineteen eighty three to here's another sports record that i don't as interesting this one. I think i know what i'm talking about. I'd know about the dead lift iran about about this okay a californian named scott michael helen set a water ski speed record of one hundred and nineteen point the three six miles per hour while you want to know what makes it much more impressive yeah he was doing it barefoot barefoot water skiing at <music> over a hundred and nineteen miles per hour stupid. Can you imagine if he just caught his toes wrong in the water. Rip your leg uh-huh. Snap your ankles back behind your your. He was one game with his bare feet. Go that would kill yeah. That's stupid. Don't do that. Dumbest thing i've ever heard in nineteen ninety-five the cult tv series xena warrior princess starring lucy lawless debuted here in the united states aw lesbians everywhere all joy mm-hmm. You must a cream jeans. Dalia warrior princess strong women you like those men not only with a woman with our iphone strong women that can peg the shit out of you ninety eight these two gentlemen larry page and sergei brin to students at stanford university. They came up a little something called google whatever happened to that <hes> fizzled away yeah they probably homeless should invented something good on this day. In two thousand sixteen mother theresa was canonized by pope francis at a vatican ceremony should kim saint on this day in two thousand thousand eighteen amazon became america's second trillion dollar company any guesses as to what the first trillion dollar company in america google no apple. Oh apple okay made a trillion though yeah i could see that and you know i save the food related days in history for the aim because we love to find out whether eddie pence dance will eat something or not. We're so spoiled. No imagine how disappointed we're gonna be the first time eddie says he won't eat something could be today with this yet refined out. Let's talk about it. Then we'll pull the handle title of the patented eddie pens jackpot slot machine. If three of those items come up on the rails that means he eats it. If not then the spell has been broken now. They're all going back to our regular lives six for six six on this day in seventeen eighty one a settlement known as el pueblo they knew ezra's in your lorraina day los angeles day port city of korla was founded sir acronym for it or no at the short later on to just law saying oh good but the city of los angeles was founded on this day in seventeen eighty one really about that. There's a lot of great food that comes out of los angeles but as far as as i know only one food that was invented here that caught fire started being devoured all across these really united states of ours. Los angeles is is the birthplace of the french dip sandwich. You know the french dip sandwich. I it is <hes> delicious pan roasted beef that it is sliced thin and put on a french roll and then you dip that role into the juice. I'll use still hot from the oven the outdrew if you will to restaurants that's here in los angeles claim to have invented the french dip sandwich both opened in nineteen. Oh eight one was kohl's and the other one was philipps and to this day they're both still open and they're both still serving french. Dip sandwiches now cole says it was invented because a customer came in and he was having some dental problems attitude fake and he couldn't bite into the sandwich he asked the chef to dip it in the zhou so we get mushy and he could actually eat joe phillipe's that it was an accident and they were <hes> slicing the beef onto the french role and it fell into the roasting pan filmed with juice and that's how the french dip sandwich was born so depending on which store door you believe either way it was a los angeles restaurant that invented the delicious french dip sandwich and now the hell you can find a denny's they're everywhere. They are ever dip sandwiches but it started started here in los angeles. Is that something it depends elite. Let's find out pull. The handle here rebelled one french fries. Oh my god we are ro raising. I already know what i don't like something anymore. The i don't even know that do sex in a row french dip sandwich fan. I like it. I don't go i don't i don't nope order them a lot but i'll eat why love it and i drink the juice you drink it. After you're done with left it comes on a plate for those never had a french dip sandwich. It'll oh come usually <hes> some restaurants serve. It produced yeah that other dip it. I'd like to come out on french. Role scott that really delicious thinly sliced used beef on it and then sometimes put cheese onto. I liked the parmesan myself but you put it on there and then you take you dip it in what looks like a like a small super bowl full all of the and then you it'd drip down your face and it gets really messed up when i'm done i usually there's some beef float around there. I'll eat that with a fourth and then i'll tell elliott was shot a little sip of you because it's delicious wow lady pants everyone is i can just i can just hear him. Screaming now in their cars is in your cubicles across the animated and six or six other countries as well. It's it's it's a radical time. We're living boy really is some day. These are the days you're gonna look back and say those were the good old days. We're living in the days and that's this day in history. I pity the pool who he's dropping college level knowledge the accuracy that got my head spinning faster than a drunk heady number in the back of the rap like a bad celebrity kuban loves beets and that's a rep the report today hey there. It's ralph garman here. I hope you're enjoying the show and if you are why not subscribe to the row report so you can hear it every day monday through friday for just fifteen cents a day you can be a one star general supporter and that will get you the show in your ear holes monday through friday of course there are two three and four star general levels as well which gets you more bonus content more access to me. So if you like what you're hearing why not subscribe go to patriotdepot dot com slash the ralph report. That's p. a. t. r. e. o. n. Dot com tom slash the roth report subscribed today so you don't miss a thing right now. It's time to take a look at all. The entertainment news segment called the show biz beat. How about this kevin hart crash <hes> man that said terrifying <hes> he was in a violent car crash that caused serious injuries to his back he underwent back surgery on monday remains in the hospital as he recovers. His wife says he's going to be fine but it was pretty <hes> pretty touching scary <hes> apparently his friend was driving his like an old nineteen seventy barracuda muscle car yeah and his friend was driving it lost control their on mojo and highway and crashed i into the mountains they must been driving fast while they say there's all kinds of skid marks on the road they were testing out that car and they heard witnesses heard screeching screeching tires and hit somebody peeling out so they think the friend was trying to fuck around gunned. It was peeling laying rubber as they say and then loss ause control but the entire roof of the car collapsed in on and as gary man this guy jared black who was driving had to be airlifted to a hospital and as i mentioned and <hes> kevin hart is back badly hurt so keeping posted we'll see what happens you see this in nashville speaking dumb school ideas you know keeping blacks and whites separated yeah this. This school in nashville is awesome. Catholic school in nashville tennessee has announced they are banning. Oh yeah i heard about the harry potter books because they say the spells in the book aw if read by a human can conjure up evil spirits how you don't pull your child out of that school immediately the good reverend dan rea hill said these books present magic as both good and evil which is not true but in fact a clever deception the curses curses and spells used in the books our actual curses and spells which when read by a human risk conjuring evil spirits into the the presence of the person reading the tag bring voldemort back alive you will you be possessed by demons eddie you read the evil spells spells in harry potter book or make a kid star puking slugs how the god damn i wish i wish as society is hollywood move past the idea yeah of religion and all the crap. It's absurd that dolts still think this way that a grown man can say i think people are going to start casting magic magic spells out of this children's book series and that's a real concern that we have to ban these bro. We we as a group as a as a race. We cannot evolve past where we are too. We abandon all of this. This guy wasn't a reverend if he just said the harry potter books are filled right evil spirits and you'll get possessed if you read them you've been locked that fucker up to a nickel on his cup outside heartbeat but because he's a reverend and the <hes> archdiocese said yeah he's he can do that. He can make the call raise the books that kids can and can't manson saying it's damaging the the human species and i gotta tell you the left is losing their mind to did you see the story where <hes> debra messing from willing engrave here and her co star eric mccormack are calling for anyone who contributes to the trump campaign their name to be put on a list and that list should be released so that they can choose who they will give work to and who they won't give work to in hollywood. That's not good. Look not a good look clarifying. They need to read a history book by little something but called mccarthy is when they were pulling guys into a courtroom and ask him if they were ever at a communist rally or ever attended a communist party meeting and those people lost their livelihood forever insane like i'm no fan of that dude who's in the the white house right now but you cannot go around and start putting people on lists and excluding. That's just saying well. That's already public knowledge fine then you do the work and find out they asked the hollywood reporter to publish a list of who are going to be doing this trump fundraiser in beverly hills so they could start ostracizing and shaming them. Yeah that is god. God damn ridiculous. It's frigging horseshoe effect. You go far enough right or left in the same spot once you start putting people's names on the list yet any reason i'm out yeah i i can't. I can't abide as insane and to start rounding people up right. That's the next step and then you're executing people man for their beliefs terrifying. It's like you said i am not a fan of the guy who's in the white house and my politics as many people have complained about tends to lean left but at the same time it someone's right to vote whoever they wanna vote for him to be part of any party. They want to be for donate money candidate. They want you to put people on lists. That's just no god damn ridiculous. Here's some better things to do with your money by the way then to contribute to a political campaign. There's going to be a big hollywood auction. Shen kicking off on the twenty fifth of this month and steve ashton talked about this a little bit. They're auctioning off the moon buggy that sean connery used in diamond forever and then some gold bars. I think from goldfish but i didn't know the extent of the stuff they're auctioning off and i just saw the list. They are auctioning off eddie. Hold onto your penis is okay. Hold it okay darth vader's. Here's helmet from the empire strikes back. How about that now. They say and i think this is low ball. What do you think they're saying saying. It's expected to get at auction two hundred thousand dollars. They say five hundred thousand really. I think that's low aren't that many screen unused actual vader masks and it's it's definitely verified. Screen screen used from empire strikes. Yeah i guess but the million the a lot of rich people have a lot of meru. I'd spend half a million takeout low. They also say they're auctioning off. This is interesting thing the black and white dress that dorothy war in the wizard of oz <hes> now the blue gingham dress that she wore that sold at auction for one point five million dollars. That's the one she wore the up and down the yellow brick road judy garland wreck this one is a black and white version of that dress because when and dorothy lands in is and she's inside the house and it's all black and white angie opens the door and it's a wonderful colorful world right that was shot in black and white but the white paint on her face they look set to make it look like sepia like black and white and they put <hes> judy beauty garland's body double in the back of her head but they put her in black and white dress. That's right so when she opens the door then judy garland stepped into the scene but that was all shot in technicolor but they made it look like it was black so that is the costume from that's gotta be worth more than the color one well now because judy garland there where the bliss was the body double one but still it is one of a kind and they're saying that also sell for about a half a million dollars so if you've got any extra cash you may want to check out the profiles in history mystery showbiz auction on the twenty fifth. It's good to be rich. It is and lastly a lot of people. Ask me what makes me happy. What what i'll tell you what makes me happy between two ferns that makes me happy. Oh yeah that is my favorite thing often on the internet. I love it and i wish they made more of them and my wish came true because now they're making between two ferns the movie it's going to be on netflix. Have you seen the trailer. A trailer dropped yesterday about it. It is god ogden magical <hes> apparently here's the premise zach galvanic of course doing between two ferns. He accidentally kills matthew mcconaughey during the interview temporarily drowns him but they're able to revive him but will ferrell as the producer from funnier dies so furious that galvin agassi sends them on the road that says you need to get ten new episodes of between two ferns. Don't come back until you do and so he takes the show on the road and corner celebrities like john hammond uh-huh people all around rent. Does this and it's just this awesome. Here's a little bit of the trailers dropped yesterday. Here is the before he murders matthew mcconaughey. Hey here's the interview interview with matthew mcconaughey welcome to another edition between two ferns and my guest today is matthew mccarthy. Hey you're gonna be. Here's a of all the things you can win an oscar for. How surprised are you that you one one for acting. I noticed that you're wearing a shirt. Is everything okay. God damn it. I love that i ah let me say one. Is that gonna be on the piece of paper here. September twentieth that'll be checked today. Celebrity birthdays as all these stars born on this day september fourth singer bobby knight of gladys knight and the pips is seventy seven years old today. Gladys's big brother bubba celebrates his birthday after said he's going back in real name by the way is merrill bubba pip now m. e. r. a. l. d. wondering goes by bubba had go by. I don't wanna in maryland now. <hes> actor lawrence hilton jacobs from welcome back kotter sixty six years old freddy boom boom washington <hes> drummer martin chambers members of the band the pretenders sixty eight years old today in tonkin's hawkins. Gonna exhibits take actress candy alexander from newsradio and e r is sixty a two years old damon. Wayans of the acting weigh ins family is fifty nine guitarist kim fail of soundgarden fifty nine <music> while you actor. Noah taylor is fifty years old. I only sky biased forty nine jersey say anything yeah oh man i fell in love with her in that movie so hot forty nine years old today a bassist ian grew from new found found glorious forty two uh-huh actor wes bentley from american beauty's forty one max greenfield from new girl. L. is forty single beyond say beyond say. Knowles is thirty eight it. I can't help but shake your ass on that song. Gums whitney cummings is thirty seven years old comedian kyle mooney from saturday night. Live is thirty five and bassist. Donald donald lip read from the commodores is sixty nine years old today the you know the commodores got their name by opening up the dictionary and just pointing see and just pointing really really and the first thing they landed on was commode and they said well. We're not gonna call ourselves. Come down to the next one and that's why they became makamba. They didn't really follow through didn't commit. I would listen to a grand call. I if there were a punk band that could be oh yeah. That's today's celebrity birthdays. I'm rob off garment. I walked the showbiz beat on wednesdays around here. You know it's a very special day. We'll take a look at smash hit songs and the artists that perform them well. You just never really heard from them again. They were one hit wonders. Don one hit wonders. It's a very common tale. I i want fag. Lester bullock for today's one hit wonder he suggested since the end of summer and people were squeezing in their last road trips what better one hit wonder to have on a road. Oh trip then convoy. Do you remember ron. I don't f- i hear it. He eddie in nineteen seventy five convoy the novelty song um about c._b. Radio was a smash hit circuit breaker inexplicably. A smash hit a a number one obviously on the country charts because it was about truckers and c._b. Radio but it was also number one on the pop charts. It was number one in canada. It was number two in the u._k. Okay the fat of c._b. Radio was everywhere you k- had yeah. Can you believe that that's weird. They weren't into c._b. Radio at all man it. This is unseemly type of thing but the novelty songs performed by c. W mccall was a character actually created by guy named bill freeze. He was an advertising executive etc who created c._w. Mccall as a <hes> a trucker in a series of commercials for a bread company sent off already and so he took the character and he said well if if the commercials are hits maybe i can write a hit song as well so he wrote a hit song a performed by the character c._w. Mccall and it was all about c._w. Mccall who was was known as the rubber duck out there on the road with his friends pig pan sod buster and they're going across country starting waiting outside shaky town which is los angeles on the i one. Oh which is the i ten heading out towards flag town. Which is flagstaff steph arizona you can't you don't you don't know what this goddamn song is about unless you have like a glossary of terms anyway it was a smash hit song. I don't know why here it is nineteen. Seventy-five convoy breaker one nine this here's rubberduck. You got a copy on fan. Come come on yup ten ben for share for sure my colleagues clean clear to flag down. Come on the app some big in were there any yeah. We've definitely got the front door fit buddy. Thanks alive looks like we got us a convoy. It was dark of the moon on the sixth of june in ken worth pulling loves cab over pete with a reefer on that jimmie holland. The home was heading for bear on. I want to about a mile out of shige town says big ben this. Here's rubberduck and put the hammer down the long way the take them long tan roger them getting in here. It's three minutes of assets garbage that re full minutes of that. It's a hot pile of garbage. Thatt's song was such a big hit at it really spurred on smokey and the bandit oh it was all about talking on entertaining the watts but i'm saying it created the c._b. Radio crane made truckers erol off wolf so much so the nineteen seventy eight. They made a film called convoy. Oh i remember that ring kris kristofferson alley mcgraw directed by the great sam impeccable. I remember that movie that was based on this song really oh come on it was by the way the most successful film of sam peckinpah career. It made the most money out of any permit depressing well. You think that's depressing eddie. You're not gonna you're not gonna believe what c w mccall did. Eddie had a hit with convoy convoy gets issue that he tried to do it again. He did a sequel eddie did a sequel song. The convoy called round around the world with the rubber duck. At in this version of the song he <hes> he's driving so far he reaches the atlantic ocean yeah and he decides just to keep driving into the water just to go into the ocean. He was driving for some somehow he was driving on top of the water and he's able to five rubber duck to countries all all over the world and so bill freeze the actor who created c._w. Mccall not only does c._w. Mccall but also does varying accents from all around around the world. Every time rubber duck stops in a new country as it good. It's worst than the original believe it or not but i thought you might want to hear a little bit of round around the world with the rubber duck breaker one nine this here's again. You got a copy on me. Big fan come on own negative no way except for that one atlantic now listen drop them hogs off and get over here. Short definitely looks black. We got us a problem. <hes> bears to the ride. We didn't have no place to go. Ahead is backed up cleaned to the shore cab over peach. No big ben. I got imprinted this jesus going to save us lowers of mr foe and follow that microbus tenfold come on on and we wanna water like diesel sank about a hundred and ten says then they just didn't have no faith they definitely gone tim salmon by the time we got into that big anneli town about half of moved off to see one hundred ten thirty three well we got was a couple of bbc save plenty of medications and got themselves another levy <music>. Wow writes writes. Those are pirates right yes now. They've crossed truckers and c._b. Radio app higher areas. It's it's madness and you'll be shocked doc to know eddie that this song was nearly the hit. That convoy was that he didn't sell a movie made after that gives. I understand him trying to go again. Well well actually the movie was made well. After even sequel came the song came out and seventy five the sequel came out in seventy six. The movie didn't come out until seventy then fuck. Everybody was having on the heels of the success. That's a smokey and the bandit. They thought okay take advantage is that song should have sunk movie. It's absolutely c._w. Mccall you don't hear much from him. I wonder why these days <hes> bill freeze by the way who was c. W mccall went onto a career in politics eddie. You'll be happy to know good. He was elected. Mayor of the town of oreille colorado ultimately lee serving six years as their as their maher. That's all you need how today's one hit wonder one hit wonders very common tale. Wow right unbelievable hiros highlights and truck drivers all right. Let's move on to something better before we say goodbye. Oh i did want to play for you. My conversation i had with dwayne the dog chapman of course legendary bounty hunter and <hes> lately been in the news a lot because his wife life <hes> he was together with her. They weren't married for thirty years but they were together for almost thirty years three months ago she passed away from cancer and the dog has been dealing with it in a very public way and he's got a brand new show that premiers tonight on w._g._n. America it's called dogs most wanted. It's all that bounty hunter stuff you know and love but also chronicles chronicles the last days of beth chapman so <hes> fascinating stuff great guy great conversation. Here's my chat with dog well. This is is a pleasure sitting here with a an icon. I think it's fair to say a television legend and also a legend in the world of bounty hunting dog. It's <hes> pleasure to meet you. Sir pleasure to meet you. Sir be sure you say a legend in his own mind. The night of course is the premier of dogs most wanted on w._g._n. John merica and before we get into the show and i've seen bits and pieces of it and it looks great. Thank you <hes> obviously condolences on your loss. Thank you very montag. Beth was a great lady and as i mentioned to you before we got started diet a chance to meet you both at a at a social engagement before we met today yes and what a charming charming fun lady so full of life and has it been difficult for you to deal with your law. Send send your morning on such a public stage because you guys were obviously such public figures while years ago if someone who was in the public eye beth <hes> would have gotten sick or anything you keep that private because you don't get jobs nowadays she said before i'm gonna tell my fans and as she was keeping it private a couple of fans found out and in gave her encouragement and i saw that that would help hurt so i pumped it out to towards her and all the the fans encouragement helped her make long as she hit right so a very hard. Don't wanna go through. It's terrible but it's <hes> i. I don't know yet you know almost three months. I don't know yet owned. Were it's not terrible thing to go through one of the worst but you have been getting an enormous amount of love and support from your fans and from the people who enjoyed your work and beth's work and i i have to assume on some level. That's probably helpful well. Yes i mean we kept the new show coming out chronicles beth's last few days. That's the whole season right she wanted to do that. She was very private as far. You are as i said earlier today. If there wasn't a full length mirror in the room where we stayed. She ordered it getting one in here. No pro so so shoes very feminine very note show. This don't show that right <hes>. I couldn't believe some of the stuff she was doing so feminine but like private utah utah showed her hair loop loss now. I didn't even see that harley so <hes> it chronicles at you know the arrests in in how we have to forget about her being sick and you know she's like told this one kid or couple you know your. I'm trying to live right now and you're killing on yourself and she got through. You know what i mean so it's <hes> more violent because these guys are getting more violent. It's more family members burs. My kids or grandkids are coming in now. Bang ended up finding him chasing him so <hes> it's exciting. I think sometimes we do it. Dang where was a camera. That was great stuff really so for reality t._v. Where the real estate's hype to keep rambling but where the realist- real television show. I've seen a lot been on a lot why salata reality and there's not too many. That's like we shoot from the hip. This is all true. You can't say you know sorry brother. Could you run again. Let us as you and we miss the shot runoff. No you're you're doing your job and the cameras are just they're capturing capturing it whereas right and fifteen sixteen years coming the other day august thirty first and i could say this now this dog without beth <hes> were showing a lot of things for instance how to track them down for instance. How not to kill him right eight thousand rests k- know now we shot a lot <hes> tasers <hes> stun guns mace pepper ball guns ones. It's like mike tyson punch. You don't have to kill him so we're getting people are seeing that right <hes> again mercy and rehabilitation patience and <hes> you know sometimes you just give them your cell phone and it fixes them so we're trying to show that now because i'm gonna china not be here forever so i'm trying to. I see that that means bore to america than you know tackle. The guy came in the mouth. They'll give him a cigarette slapping. 'cause momma's names right right the old way right. I think that's what's so impressive about watching you work isn't that your priority pretty is to treat them as humanely and as much as from person to person relationship as anything else even though you're still you have to apprehend them. I mean that you get yes yes. Yes there are some that don't deserve it some going straight to help <hes> sinar but most of the you know gandhi excuses i've had had so many of the problems they've had in turn to that and i'd say you're a liar. You just wanted to get high all all right talk. You know it's not a disease you just wanna get in the spirit world the bad way i mean that's how it is yeah so being <hes>. I'm i'm. I like fixing. I like the same adrenaline rush okay when they say i had let me tell you a story. So bosco caused me brought our saw. I'm in hawaii. Nothing kick your ass dog as for what he's done. I sa- bosco for what cause pride telling you right now. Oh you ruined my life for crime and i said what do you mean vasco she. I smoked one of them things. You told me smoke twinkie went to sleep at six. My wife dog is to what he goes. Love you brought up. I said let me to kick your ass and that i hung up was was like oh my god no. She told her the story home my god she said you better run but you know that felt so good officer. I'm still talking about that stuff like that's changing in my spirit dog without beth. It's changing and i told the lord a couple of days ago. If i'm gonna be p._c. You know what and i'm going to do the things that sometimes i wanna do most want to do then. Take take me right now. Because if i'm not gonna make a difference in the world in love your sheep and you say the last shall be first in the first shall be last. That's asked me and my friends in front of the line right so i said then. Take me out now because it ain't my fault if i go wrong because i give you the chance and i'm still breathing okay then right so i tell my life also and bleeding. That's what's happening right now right. No it's like wow she's she died really kinda. I hope there's a heaven and what if you just die and die. Would i nothing you know i i you studied jesus. You see facts that <hes> <hes> there were stories about jesus for thou- hundreds of years thousands of years before he was born virgin birth all this this right so it's like but there's one part that says this guy they'll be a lot of that in this guy from this blood and and this guy is real guy and so you go back to go. You've ninety nine point nine percent chance it's probably true okay and and you start thinking that when your spouse has gone because all of a sudden you realize death is real on my god. I could do that we he. It's like wow well. How do you weigh everything. Your faith has tried hard. You know your faith is tried. You got there's an excuse you know we believe even miracles inhaling and she passed so <hes> god's will people will dog the lord taketh within the lord earned the lord given to the lord taketh away and go no that was someone griping to god when they lost lost in god web. Stop idiot. Where were you when i created the earth. I don't take away so you go through all at when she you know someone you love like like that is equal because you love different than a child or mom or dad leave. You goes like that's not good does the possibility oh the and i know we we all have our doubts moments like that. <hes> that may be this is all there is is that even more motivation to make a difference while you're here just in case the day on this planet for as little as we have matter as much as we can well yeah. I think so but you know i'm gonna make a legend now. Okay have to if i want to do them famous enough eight thousand arrests billy the kid didn't do that. Pat garrett didn't do that. I feel like i am the modern day bounty hunter and from that blood of catching all those guys do the same thing they caught their quarry and they try to help them right because most of the bounty hunters had had their own problems and knew that you know how to get out of it and so it's that it's it's way it's one of the first bills abraham lincoln signed into law that we may do this so it's <hes>. It's something you know what i mean. Let's let's talk about the show. It's called most wanted and this is a list of folks who are curated as the big ones right. These are the war you need that you really need to bring down right. These guys you go to dogs. Most wanted dot com the f._b._i. Has ten or so they're mostly in and iraq the federal marshalls <hes> have a so much to do. You see these shootings again papa day that a radical home-bred terrorists. You wouldn't believe it google. It's unbelievable every day so they're busy. You know <hes> keeping america livable right so the local <hes> terrorists terrorize states in cities. There's on their to chase him. All the warrants department has been taken out of the police departments. You know because there's not money to fund it because you got. Those cops make a lot of money because they do a lot of overtime. You gotta stay on that guy tia catching. That's it right so we're needed more than ever in america and we're proving that of course you have to take tests. Goethe's cops you know ten years from felony better be good boy girl. Whatever and it's becoming a reality. It's really happening learning. What does it take to make your list of top. Most wanted usually a crimes against persons such as kidnapping attempted murder and it's all in this next show coming sexual assault on children a domestic terror beating the wife till she's you know <hes> like occur to see this guy. She's bigger than him too but <hes> taller but guys like that that end the ones that they just have looked for. You're just can't catch. I mean we had cops betting a they will 'cause. We're you know we're or little brother. They're big brother right so we are. We ought to check check in. You know cameras vans all the stuff. We've cop sc. You just can't do that. They're coming shooting. What about so we gotta check in and say dan you know and be co with them but so far so good we got them. All you mentioned your family participating with you and the dirty dozen right surkov dirty dozen minor swan. How much longer do you think this is. What you wanna do with your life. I mean it's it seems to me from the outside to not be an older man's game that well no but you can go there seventy five year old right now in leonard padilla seventy seventy six july. There's <hes> what's his name. <hes> papa thorn was old the older you get in this. The bible says you get wisdom and knowledge the more more people you chase an interview their parents and all that everyone fits into probably ten or twenty categories. Okay the more you get to know people. You can like back to look at a mugshot. This is a driver this guy. We're gonna have to catch a car so that happens as you get older. Five years pass pass the baton to leland but i'll be like charlie's angels still on the box talking because you can predict where they're going to not necessarily but glenwood doing ryan not like beth was kind of a little bit but <hes> you have five good years and then i'm gonna stop. Hopefully you know and then offset a record guinness book. Call that come on with it. Break at try well those five years i hope they're filled with health and happiness and say be careful when you're out there and i wish you and your family all the best who what you're going through now and and you know there's a lot the people out there who are pulling for you guys in thinking happy so i hope you know that and i hope everyone knows i'm thinking of them too. There are a lot of temptations out there right now because i got a hell of an excuse here so i'm being good boy too so thank you sir nice to meet you. Love your show. Just reminder dogs show premieres miers tonight at nine on w._g._n. America is called dogs most wanted and he's a great guy great conversation and i really appreciate it and take some time to spend with may <music> out do want to remind folks this friday night at the improv on melrose kevin smith and are taking the stage again for hollywood babylon as will be the last one for a while because he's gone out on the road with his movie so if you wanna come see us go to improv dot com to get your tickets tomorrow. It's thursday that means ralph's university steve ashton will be stopping by with another the u._k. Update at all the usual nonsense. We're going to have fun but it's not as much fun. If you don't join us so come on back i love you bye.

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213. Bunnies from Across the Fandomverse

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213. Bunnies from Across the Fandomverse

"Okay. You tell me what you rolling. Hey, everybody. It's James Arnold Taylor. The voice of four point stone. It's yes. Hard L lack of any action. I in high of the transference is Richard Horgan's. You may know me as invaders in. And you're listening to the Vandam podcast delisting, the phantom podcast because you know, what's good? And you're listening to the fandom podcast. This is the podcast show. Looking for. Welcome to the podcast episode two hundred and thirteen this is the show that brings together geeks and nerds Macron's the fan diverse to discuss your favorite, TV, movies, comics and books this week. We are celebrating Easter by talking about bunnies from across the fan of verse. But first joining me, we have it must be bunnies. Oh, wait. No. It's just Nick English like legitimately bunnies. Are terrifying. The most terrifying thing, that's the most bloodthirsty richer you that a scene now. You've just crossed the phantoms there. Now, you've just crossed the fan of all right? And she is looking for somebody to love. She's Taylor Iverson taking applications currently, please send them to the Email quantity. You're seeing the sing the song. No, sorry, only like to sing. When it's a Knicks singing together. Fun me some money too. All right. And I'm definitely not that kind of bunny. I'm Brandon issue. It's very loaded Brandon. They're loaded sentence. I know. Bunny? I don't know what you mean. I'm the nice kind of bunny. I'm not the I'm not the bully bunny. Right. That kind of that's obviously talking about your name is bully bunny. Bunny? All right. Well this week. We are picking our favorite bunnies draft style. And it's good. It's good to be doing a draft where we can just kind of let loose and pick some fun fun bunnies. From across the fan numbers because it's been a couple of weeks since we've talked so fun bunnies. Some funnies. Oh, but I'm. All right. So we're not talking about rabbits. Don't you have the soundboard yet? I do. I don't have the cable I have cable, but it doesn't it was shorting out the other day when I was doing my other podcast. So seems like an excuse, wait. Wait other podcasts. Are you cheating? Are you cheating on this? I am. Right. This is a very open relationship here. List? Honestly, I invited you to join join us, Nick. I did we need to did you actually start it. Yeah. Sweet. Why does Nick no more about this than me? I feel really left out. Now, do you want to do a Star Trek based time travel RPG podcast? I'm just just just checking like if you right in not at all, not even a little see you don't even wanna guest. Ouch. Ouch. Now. You turn that around and hurt me with it. I see how it is. Okay. All right. Let's turn our draft. Let's start our draft. True, fandom style. We are going to be starting with Nick. And then Taylor is gonna start. And then I will share with everybody. What the correct choice actually was for the first round so her faked, so Nick, let's do this open fandom style avai. So we're just saying what our favorite bunnies are from phantom. Sure. You know, how I it's a draft episode. We we don't really have rules. We have generally sometimes you establish vague rules, and sometimes you establish strict rules. I'm just making sure that I am not. So this is big this is a vague rule in that is has to be about bunnies. And it's a strict rule in that they have to be four legged mammals. Well, what's no, not necessarily the first one? They have to be actual Ravitz or bunnies. Not. Humans dressed up as Ravitz or. Nope. No. It has to be cut all this out. What if there is just a bunny just has to be it has to be an innuendo is what I'm saying? Are you are one innuendo draw some relation to bunnies? That's it. That's all you gotta do. We're awesome relationship with bunnies. Knowing you Endo's, there's the specific for you. All right. So my first bunny is actually a rabbit who has the most attractive girlfriend in all hand him. So I will start with Roger rabbit, you need you like the heads. You do like the heads. He is the difference between a rabbit and a bunny. Well, you see you when a when a daddy rabbit, and then mommy bunny love each other very much, right? Okay. Got it. I don't want to be a part of this more. I'm about to graduate with a master's degree. It's fine that I don't know the difference between rabbit also. So he's a he's a rabbit and not a bunny because so we're calling them bunnies. Because it's the Easter bunny, but Nick, Nick, chose chose to call him a rabbit because his name is Roger rabbit. It's it's Roger cementing Wasser weather now Roger rat Roger rabbit as a character is kind of annoying, but his tandem, and it's great movie who framed Roger rabbit is a great movie that movie freaked me out as a kid oh free. You should be freaked out because you are wimp really freaked me. 'cause the guy who when his got sick when his is ball's. Yeah, I still do. But the when is is like pop out. Oh, that's what. Yeah. That's kind of give me nightmares as a child because I was a child might have been a little older. I was a child. I was twenty two years old. When did Roger Abbott come out ninety three seems like ninety three and my brain look it up Dr Google? According to Dr ghoul who framed Roger rabbit came out in nineteen eighty eight eighty eight so I was seven so. Yeah. That would have terrified the second YouTube video on the list says things about who framed Roger rabbit, you only notice as an adult. Let me tell you. I noticed some of those things as a kid too. I mean, just I'm sure the whole, you know, it's a movie that I didn't know it was really bad. When I was a kid that I watched all the time. Greece to that show is all about sexual innuendos. But I thought it was cool that he had a motorcycle. So I watched it all the Greece one is all about sex. No. But Greece two is like four times like maybe ten times worse like legitimately all of the songs are about sex. Like, let's do it for our country, the red white and blue he's got her in a bunker. And he's convinced her that the world's going on like going to blow up and so he's like, let's have sex salary on consensual to me. Yeah. Okay. There's a song in it just called reproduction. Like that's the title of the song. We gotta really watch Greece two. Yeah. I don't think we do. Maybe we should do live here. Here's well. That was just done recently by max fun. They it was one of their bonus episodes for their or their maximum drive. Here's here's the thing. Maybe we can watch the Tim Burton Greece. Prequel that's coming out in the near future heard about that. Yeah. Yeah. Because it's it's going to be about when Travolta and. What's what's his mazes? Rom com. Right. It's a musical wrong. It's a musical rom com. Just like, isn't it romantic? Yes. Probably probably more like pitch perfect. There was a new rom com. Release. Why don't we talk about pitch perfect? Oh, why didn't? That's I don't know if that's wrong com. Oh, there's lots of comedy in there. And. Yeah. But it's not specifically about the relationship. She has that's a site. Yeah. That's a side. Although I do love their relationship. We'll see I going to say a new rump come came out on Netflix. And I'm excited to watch it. But I haven't been able to because I've been so stressed. That's why you watch rom coms tonight. It's called like the perfect date or something. But oh, my wife was watching that. I think do you know, she liked it. I don't because she watches rom coms and soap operas while I'm recording podcasts. So I have no idea because then we go to bed because we're old. Yeah. Where where are we at? I don't even remember we were talking about Roger whatever talk about Greece. Because no like legitimately. They're having a prequel, and it's gonna be when Danny Zuko and sandy like that summer that they both remember differently. That's what the movies is that really what it's about. Yeah. Oh, wow. It's about let's just it's about when you know, I five minutes remembrance, all the sexy part. And then she's like some Merloz gentlemen. Add me. Me. Sorry. Sorry. What happened so fast? It sure it's going to be all about that summer. Love it. Says like did she put up a fight? That's doesn't sound consensual. You know, things are problematic in seventy eight. I did. Oh, wait. No. That was when it was made. I did just do a episode with the protagonist podcasts on miss Congeniality. And really it was just me discovering that that movie is all about workplace sexual harassment. But if their peers sexual harassment. You're supposed to say. Yes, it's cringely. It's listened. I'm just plugging my other podcasts. So so you're doing it to see how it is Vic out my episode coming out sometime in the next week or so, I guess. Well, they usually have them for a little while. So I don't know they they could be coming out in like three months because. Maybe they're saving it to release on the on the perfect date. They are which is likes September something. Nope. The twenty. I it's actually April twenty fifth. Oh, you get if they're not if they're not you're welcome. Because that's that's what they will do now. Now, I'm second guessing myself if that's really the date I thought it was in September two hot. It's tied to coal doing. Sure twenty-six. Let's goop. Well, Taylor have you ever seen who framed Roger rabbit bringing us back? The bunnies. Have not I've seen clips and stuff. It's because we're old have you ever been to Toontown in Disneyland. Yes. Did you go on the Roger rabbit, right? Yeah. That one's fun as a good bride. All right. All right. Should come over. Yes. To win win. All right. So you should Sheu should watch that show with us one day, you really need to know, you do go. It's not really that. Good at all. Do you? For coming. Yeah. You legitimately do not like Rodriguez. I really don't. I really don't. It was just came out of the wrong time to be effective for me. It was two adults for my kid brain to kid brain for my adult brain now. So sorry sorry. I remember seeing it in the drive in. That's where I saw in the driver. We saw a lot of movies in the see two and you could load up your car full of kids and bring your own popcorn ion perplexing. It's pointless. You can just hide in the back. I've never done that. But I'm to Dr getting the trunk. Well, my mom has like an SUV. So we would get lots of blankets until his and hide under. So you would sneak into the SUV with your mother. No, I think we borrow them at my me and my cousin mom's car. Okay. I see out is. Okay. Let let let's try this. Again, was what's your pig for your for your favorite bunny from across the fan diverse? Okay. I would like to start with BUSTER Baxter from one of my favorite television shows are there. Very nice see Arthur was passed my time too. Because like I was old when when Arthur league I saw him on PBS guys are really ever watch him. I know I'm a great best friend. Arthur he also really loves food and he's obsessed with aliens. So either one he's the big guy. Right. No. That's being key. Go is being here of it. No big is not a rabbit. Yeah. He's he's like gr- Brown. I guess there are Brown rabbits. Yes. Guess there can that be the title of this episode. I guess I guess there are Brown rabbits. I don't know what being key is. He's just like a giant bulldog. According to Wicky. Oh, okay. I'll really. That's right. Well, well as long as we're talking about this. I'm going to give my my pick for the my my first round bunny, and this was not going to be my first round, buddy. But now, I kind of have to do this bunny, and I'm going to give them a little bit of an introduction in the rain-drenched streets of dark city where the sun never rises only one person stands between crime and humanity. Who is he he is dark bunny? Superhero who stars on an animated television series within the animated television series of Arthur dark bunny is kind of like the Batman analog in the Arthur universe. So my gosh. Yeah. Deep cut. Yeah. I have to look up dark bunny. Now, he looks like Batman. Yeah. He he's pretty much Betty's got. But he's got a Cape. That's like, Dr strain. Or spawn kinda kinda makes me think. Wait. So Bambang Cape. Apparently nNcholas too old for Arthur. But you weren't no. I have a little sister. I have a little sister too. But she's like your age. This is a deep cut. I'm impressed. Right. Right. So he's a parody of Batman. He's got. He's got a rogues gallery that has people like Batman villains. I can't remember who any of them were right now. But here's here's the best part. He's got a true identity. That's due. Deuce dwayne. So he's due to Wayne. Yes, dark bunnies. True identity do twin. Although that's really just a mask. He wears. That's a little too on the note. Okay. All right. My my my bad. So he he appeared in in four episodes of Arthur, and they were later episodes to be one hundred percent, honest. But you know, what a cartoon within a cartoon. You gotta go with that. It's not the snowball episode. I don't wanna hear about it. It's the baby show. That's it's. Arthur doesn't want to watch little sister's baby show he wants to watch dark bunny because that's a big kid show. Oh, wait, no, never mind. He he appeared in a lot more episodes. I just didn't scroll enough. Wow. As always remember to school. Always scroll. So all right. So there's there's there's my there's my dark bunny pick perfect. Yeah. That brings us MAC nNcholas. Should I do one that neither of you will ever know? Well, that's or should. I just do that show. Just do that as like a special, especially if you if you wanna if you want to be able to legitimately be no discussion about this. Maybe there would. Is it the Easter bunny? No. But that's a good one from guardians. No, I'm talking about the Easter bunny from the Santa Claus movies, specifically Santa Claus two and Santa Claus three the escape clause. Save them for your picks and save them for your. I just I'm going to do. I'm going to just do. Bugs Bunny spongy, mainly bucks, buddy. I've never heard of him. Right. I don't know who that was. That was explained is. He like an insect is going. Radioactive rabbit. Yes. Yes. Bugs Bunny is going to appear in a new movie coming out that is produced by LeBron came on live jams to no Space Jam to base jam to interesting. Have you ever? Have you ever heard of space jazz hurt its taste jam one? Brian James by. Bron James legitimately just went to the Lakers to play for them only. So that he could start his acting career because the team is terrible. There's like legitimately. No other reason for him to go there other than he just want. Hey, kids up. We'll get it gets them in LA like LA. Yeah. And now he's in L A and all this stuff. But like their team was so bad. Maybe LeBron can change that he can turn it around. Well, he thought so, but then he got hurt for the first time in his career because he didn't hold. Sure, he got hurt not hurt hurt that he can was started his acting career had an injured groin injured groin still can start his acting career legitimately. It's a ruse. So also in Space Jam there was another bunny that also so Bugs Bunny had an attractive girlfriend in this one too. And her name was Lola bunny. Her name was low. She was a showgirl. Oh, she was a basketball player. She was and she's she's pink. All the best basketball players are pink. Yeah. I mean, LeBron James is see you want to hear something funny about space. Jim, of course, guy who the guy who is a terrible movie the guy who made the movie. He was interviewed. His name was Chuck Jones. And he was asked about Space Jam one time in all of the things anyone can find. And he basically said that he thought Michael Jordan's presence in the movie was completely unnecessary. And he's like, why would they make that a full ninety minute long movie when it was obvious that Bugs Bunny could have single handedly outsmarted, the aliens and saved the world in seven minutes flat. If that sounds impossible. Remember, the the he didn't entire opera episode in six minutes. So now, and I can sing it killed web. And. I'm hunting web. Bump them up on poem death on the fan of podcasting and six minutes. Everything is a musical Cal stop there. Thank you. All right to that was Nick's. Right. So now, it's Taylor's return tie for human bunnies. Is what I like. No. No. No. No. No. No. None of that. None of that. We talked about that. Yeah. And I told you know to just has to be bunny adjacent. She next. I told, you know, Brent, okay. As I'm allowed to do per the contract. I signed. My tie is for Elwood's from legally blonde when she dresses up as a playboy bunny and shows up a party that is not a costume party. It also tied with Anya from Buffy the vampire slayer when she shows up after Zander tilted to dress up as something scary in a bunny costume. Isn't there? A friend's thing that has money to. There's something friends. I might be thinking. Friends. I can't remember Santa or the Easter bunny, and they'd like Ross tried to get a to dress up for his kid, but he they are out of it. So we have to just up as an Armadillo. But I don't know if that was for Easter if he's like the Easter Armadillo a Halloween party. I think. So now, let's check check us. We don't have time. All right. I am going to share my. My. I wanna share my favorite character from watership down. Which is an amazing book you need to end you need to you need to listen to that there's one on net. Flix? Yeah. I would I would have watched the movie. Yeah. I would say listen to the book because the names are virtually unpronounceable for most of them. So it also helps them my favorite character is the only one really okay Hazel is pronounced while. But he's not my favorite character. Hey, those a cool character. But he's kind of a Mary sue he kind of has all the powers. So except he has not all the powers because it's a good book. Anyway, my favorite character is a character named bigwig big-league wig. Yes. Yes. He is. Like, the big soldier around said that these were unpronounceable I said he signed his wing. And hazel. And that's part of why he's my favorite is. Because I could actually say his name, but no bigwig was the big bunny that was like a soldier bunny. I can't remember there was an actual term for him captain or guard or I can't remember it's been awhile since I've read that book, but with he left with the rebel bunnies. And he was like they're only muscle, and he was just a dumb brute, and he evolved throughout the story in that part of his evolution was what I really liked Hugh loyal down to a t he said something to the effect of my what did he what did they call their lead gravitates? My chief rabbit has told me to stay in defend this run. And until he says, otherwise, I shall stay here. 'cause bigwig is really cool. And then yeah takes down. We'll go back to the big inning with a name like big wing of you. Gotta be pretty cool. Yeah. I mean, right. This is what I am. This is what I will say I will not be MU. He told me to go back to it up gaining. So how'd you feel about that Star Wars trailer? That was really cool. I like I'm excited. I did watch it watch. It lean Lena told me that she was not going to watch it. And so I was like well now I'm going to watch it. I thought it surprisingly didn't really show anything. Well, that's why I started watching Star Wars trailers because it just made me happy that Billy Dee was flying. And he was like those like Landa and it made me happy. And then I heard a laugh at the end, and I got chills, and I was happy. No one has ever truly gone. Does that trailer is that I saw someone edited to where at the very end they edited Seth Rogan's laugh. It's very funny. I made me laugh. He just sent you need to send that to. Twitter. All right. So. I'm sorry. I got lost. I it was my pick. So now, it's Nick. Makes pick. That should be another website. Knicks pick. Turn me be broke here. No, I'm not going to do that. Okay. So. My next rabbit is one. That's also very dear to my heart. Because. I absolutely love chocolate milk. So I'm gonna go with the nest quick almost chose this one. The next quick bunny has brought me joy really a bunny. Bunny? Are there are Brown? Bunnies. The mess. Quick bunny has proved that there he's only around bunny from drinking all that chocolate milk. I know it's the cows Brown. Right. That's what I learned in school. I thought they were foolish. So that's how my eyes get Brad. Amy, then maybe net s quick bunny is too full of shit. Yeah. Maybe we'll have to cut him open to find out. Although it does make me a little sad because Cobra loves chocolate milk too. But he likes Hershey syrup more. So we have to buy Ness quick for me and Hershey syrup for him. So here's the million dollar question. Do you buy the chocolate Ness quick or do you like the strawberry quick or the powder chocolate chocolate powder is where it's at? I have tried an okay chocolate powder. And. I I can go either way with the strawberry milk banana melt just throw it in the garbage. What about root beer Mountlake? Our Samuel Rubare milk is good Rubare milk is good. But they don't have that Ness quick. Hey, make you know what the nest quick bunnies. Name is. No. We is that true. They probably they tell why aren't we always bringing it back? Jeez. I don't know what you're talking about. Wait. Do you guys? Remember when nest quick made that cereal? I know. Yeah. It's used to have it all the time. Admission. I in fact, it was like one of the only good cereals better than cocoa, puffs mess. Quick cereal. So I wonder if you can buy that on Amazon find out. So if it makes you feel any better in nineteen ninety nine his name was changed to just Ness quick bunny. Before in ninety nine. Yes. Nineteen ninety nine. Wow. Because he was part. It's it's because it's because it used to be Nestle quik was the stuff now. And then it just turned into an S quick. But yeah. Nestle's? I remember. All right. All right Taylor. I remember when I was really little I had one of my friends come over. She was kind of nuts. Her name was Jill Dutt's name. She was shoot. She. She had all sisters, and they all had J names. Jackie Johnny Joni Jenny Jill I don't I have cousins that all have Jay nails. Jeremiah James Jill though, Josh Joanna Jayco. She can handle you got just talk over each other. Now, that's what we do. That's that's what the show is turned into. Week Jesse Jona, Jeremiah, Gina Jesus, Johnny Jose. So she came over to my house one time. I don't know why vividly remember the so much she came over. And she was like I'd like some chocolate milk. And I was like, well, we have that. And I was like well how much chocolate do you on it? And she's like I want black. And so she legitimately put so much chocolate in it that it was as dark as it possibly could be. And I was and she was this is so good. And I was like a can't be good because you're doing your she likes doing it wrong. Yeah. All right, guys. You can find the Nestle quik cereal on Amazon it they're the one that's available on prime is for eleven ninety nine. But and that was imported from Europe. There's also one that's not available on prime can be imported from Canada that one's fifteen dollars and forty cents let but that's Canadian money. So it's really like two dollars six cents. Here. I'm not sure if I'm I'm not sure about my conversion rates, but from what I've been told, you know, and also the ones who Canada has two dollars shipping where the one from Europe apparently doesn't have any which doesn't make a lot of sense. Somebody somebody shipping that into into warehouse who they're trying to get you from Canada. Honestly looks like it's in a bag that looks like dog food. You said it wrong. It's not a bag. It's a bag a bag that looks like it's from dog food, the Canadian dollar is seventy five cents US. So your conversion rate was way over in just a local all right Taylor. What is your next pick? My next pick. I'm going to go with rabbit from Winnie. The pooh. Because. Yeah. Because you're a social worker for therapist kind of Andrei. So I can feel that he's always annoyed. Who's your favorite character in Winnie? The Pooh is it rabbit. Yeah. Like, I don't know. E R. Definitely. Yeah. Yeah. My new K. I guess I had an e someone's favorite. Thanks for noticing characters are like mental illness. Yeah, they are. So let's let's diagnosed rabbit here. What what what mental illnesses rabbit? He's a know it all is that in the DSM, that's a mental illness. It is guess it's called brand new xio syndrome. Oh, that makes sense that makes chicken HD. Let me to piglet scared. So like phobias of everything Winnie. The Pooh is just. Dance. Like, he's just an using. All rabbit kanga is overprotective is overprotective of LCD anything. He this article that lists all of them end apparently ru display symptoms from the autism spectrum. Should be on Prozac. Here's what this article. That's fair. How I guess Al is the smart one and rabbit is OCD that makes sense. What about the little the little gopher what's his name digger gopher? I will prove dyslexic can also break. Super smart is what this article says, how did they get this Alexia out of Al? Let me read it like, I'm fine with it. But. Have you ever noticed that signs in the world of Winnie? The Pooh are usually misspelled with letters reverse or inverted. All the writing well among the animals and the hundred acre would only owl has knowledge to read and write. So he's the one making those charming signs. We know intelligent and educated proving dyslexia from which he suffers has nothing whatsoever to do with the person's or als intelligence. Intr- somebody too hard. That was awesome. Also, Christopher Robin embody signs of schizophrenia. Let's say that. Well, I'm going to send a link brand. Do please do. But that I'll put that in the show notes. I just watched Christopher, Robin. I haven't seen. It was a good. I know what's on Alex now. So we were up at the cabin last week. And my all my sisters like Nick, you have to watch this show at about halfway through like the point where the movie, then I had to go and put the kids to bed, and so I couldn't I couldn't finish it side finish the movie. So I don't know if it's not a kid show. It is definitely not a kid show. This is a movie that was made for the adults who watched Winnie the Pooh as kids because it was very. There are some nostalgic things in there and very much the themes of hey, grownup, quit being a grownup. Well, right up. My alley. Oh because you've already stopped being grown up. But kids wouldn't like it or they just won't like it as much they just won't like it as much my ten year old at the time. He liked it. And you know, what even my six year is out through it. But this is not for kids for adults. They've done a very adult Winnie. The Pooh story all kinda funny. All the characters are swearing and they're doing drugs. They finally been Medicated for their mental. Happy time murders. So now, all right. All right. Is it my turn my turn? I'm gonna go with peppy hare from the star. Fox franchise do a barrel. Roll. Barrel real seriously. Well, sorry star. Fox was brutal. I like what was the what was the toads name in that Skippy? Yep. He was my favorites. Super create Hepi peppy. He was the one peppy hare was the one who he served on the star force or whatever it was called with star. Fox's dad and feel timer veteran. Yeah. Yeah. So that's why he was trained in FOX on how to do crazy things that was super Nintendo. And I didn't get that one. So little little. Head of the time. I give that he got the original any s. Anyway, peppy hare from peppy hare from the star FOX video game. Just because I like star FOX I'm like, oh, they're all animals and then peppy hairs the trainer. So. Yeah. Do a barrel. Roll peppy hare. What a name, right. All right, Nick. How's my turn? Again, that is how it's been going. You just haven't stopped talking. I can get how you were confused as the. It's not your terror that it wasn't. All right. So I am going to do the one. I thought about doing before. Let's hear it just because. Okay. So there was this small cartoon that nobody knew about in the eighties. It's called Bob square pants. That was not in the eighties. Dammit. Thanks. And so I'm going to do swift heart rabbit from Fairbanks. I have this list. Upset. This was urged Trump card. This was mine. Also, I'm offended by the use of Trump or. I believe that out. I cannot believe I put this is my last while I'm out I don't have anymore because they took mine. Do you want me to do you want me to do another one? Then now because I think it's funnier that you picked this one because I thought this was going to be really obscure no one else would pick it either. How did you? None of us had ever watched care bears. Nick. That's really what I wanted to know who. It was just an eighty show. It stood the test of time. There's like five billion Mike my kids watch care bears like fairly recent adaptation of care bears or they had on YouTube for them. It's like the N. I tried to. I was like, you know, swift heart rabbit was what I said to Dallas into KOTA when I was talking about it and Dakota's like, I don't I? Yeah. I think I remember that. And I was like Jeevan remember care bears. And she was like, yeah. You know sleepy dopey. No. Those are the seven dwarfs and she's like oh. Swift heart is one of nine care bear cousins who received a redesigned for their two thousand three relaunched toy line. Her appearance remains largely the same. But with larger floppy ears and a modified belly badge. That moves the wings to the top of the heart rather than to the bottom because that's so. Yeah. So when I was growing up, I've talked I've talked about how like all of my siblings were always a character. So like, we all have our Disney character, we all we all had our care bear to. Well is your man. Mine was lucky. Oh my gosh. Not was mine. I had to mine was a tie between fund shine bear. And good luck. Bear. And my sisters was bedtime bear. We had a movie that had care bears fighting the Jabber walkie. And I watched that it was like the care bears movie. I think or something. Cairns movie is surprisingly dark faith was obsessed. My faith is my sister was obsessed with cameras in choose a kid and she had like her whole room was decorated in care bears, and she'd like a K bedsheets, and oh like all this care bear stuff everywhere in her room. And we watch movies all the time. So I just looked out there with Wickham pedia page, and it has been relaunched like every five years. But. Nobody would ever have known about. Well, let know. Well, let us know. Oh. Was like one thousand nine hundred eighty two because it came out in eighty two originally like when I was one years old the movie came out in eighty five when I was one years old. Thank you very much. Yeah. And so I just thought that that's like was the end of it. I I didn't stay up on my care buyers lower. I wasn't alive. So somehow, I still figured it out. It was relaunched in ninety one in two thousand two and two thousand seven and in two thousand twelve I would say though that the care bear cousin are lesser known than care bears. So true make an rave heartline. Oh, he was my favourite. He was always my favorite. Pretty well. He who voices Braveheart lion. Because I remember he had a great movement law googling going on at his episode. I'm just going to say he was voiced by Dan Hennessey, Harry dean Stanton and currently is being voiced by Braiden FOX twenty fifteen to current holy cow. So wanting fifteen are these characters names, I should recognize have they voiced a famous people. I don't know. Maybe I don't know these people. Oh, y'all sounded like. His Dan Hennessy's. Notable work is care bears. The care bears family care bears movie cameras movie to a new generation the care bears adventure in wonderland care. Bears nutcracker, suite, oh, that's the one I had to adventures in wonderland clip of Braveheart cocking just. Here's the voice. So. Yeah. That's braveheart. He's he's cool. He's he he he's my guy. So make was the cameras movie that you had the one where it was like about this boy. Yeah. Like see eagle, and the gut the book the book and was like taking over wasn't that pretty dark for a kids movie. I remember being scared of the cavers, but you know, what eighties cartoons were just like they were all guard. They're like, hey, everybody's dead. Get over it. You you have to learn how to cope with things. That's why our generation is stronger than every other generation. Bird. Do you guys? Remember, the movie the black Coldren? Yeah. Super darkened terrifying. Hurt John hurt as the horn king. John hurt was awesome. In that weird pig that had a weird name like I I had a video game. Like that's how I knew that more than anything else is. There was a black culture and video game. What was the pigs? I'm just going to keep asking is that gonna be on Disney's volt. Yes. It would be because they said they are going to have all of the animated movie. I am. But I think that they like Disney tied to discuss or whatever it is trying to destroy that movie because it was so horrible. No, it just didn't do well in the theaters but on this cream black hole. What about black hole? Are they gonna have black hole on there? That's another one. That was the first picture of it. There's no movie about black hole. It's we just got the first picture. Geez. No. That black hole movie. I had a book. I. Has a little like R two D to win. That was the pigs named guys hen wins the picnic hen win. Oh, yeah. Hen win all of these characters have crazy names in this movie. There's Princess a lawn. We then the guy's name is Terron. And then yeah, I know what Taryn. I do too. Then there's Flutur flute or flam. I watch that movie again. But the horn king is terrifying. As awesome. All right. We'll do an episode next week on the black Colino. Do you want to know why that movie was more terrifying? Though. Okay. So Don blue says, yes. And he went on. Dont blues used to work for Disney. And then after that, he got fired from Disney, and then he went on to create the secret of nimh because he thought that kids move. All that scared me, really bad as well Nicodemus, and he made like, and then and Annastasia and tight me e hard type other. It was a terrible movie. But I loved it. That's one of Lena's favorites too. But yeah, he did a lot of movies after that. Because Don blues we're going to name our planet. Bob. I don't believe you, Don blue. Well, there's another movie in there before that traumatize rocket doodle was that one rock a doodle was a dumb booth movie. Dunblane was another one age master. Did he do page master awesome? That was a live action office jobs back MacAulay Culkin. You might have. I don't know. Anyway. Don, blue. Yeah. He left Disney. He he that we wanna be. Talk about a lot on the rest of development. He runs he runs the other banana stand that they just don't go to. That's funny. All right on that note. Where are we? Well, you don't have any more rabbits apparently. So I'll go next. I'm going to go with the kid is going to be my last serious one. The Nick you, and I we can we can bounce any other rabbits, we've got off of off of the group, but this one serious this one is Peter rabbit, and I'm going to go with both incarnations of Peter rabbit here. The classic Beatrix Potter Peter rabbit and the newer James corden voiced Peter rabbit, because they're both of was that the Peter rabbit movie that came out last year. It wasn't last year. It was way before last year was it. I think it was like two years ago. Sworn that. It was on your FM L. I'm gonna go with hop from the movie hop there you go. Now, two months ago. What? What other bunny we should've? Okay. Well, maybe it's going to be one on one of our things here. Right. It was last year. I apologize for being. So so rude and dismissive absent minded. No, no. I don't apologize for being absent minded because that would be a apologizing for my entire existence. So also, I don't think it's terrible that you don't have the release date of Peter rabbit memorized. I'm not gonna fall you on that. Yeah. Jeez. Jeez. But no, so the Peter rabbit take on it is really good and Dhamma Gleason who plays the scary bad guy in the Star Wars movies, not smoke, not ran but the the regular human. What's his name, general Huq's gotta call for general, hugs. Not anyway, any general Huq's. Yeah. He's you think he's scary in Star Wars. You should watch men. Peter rabbit. There's some pretty fine character acting going on there. I I I mean, it's so it's so bad that it's good. But it's so good that bad at the same time. It's weird that movie did surprisingly. Well, yeah. Yeah. So they're still marketing out there for it. Jeez. All right. All right now, are we just listing random bunnies because we got the energizer bunny. List? The the bunny. What's the bunnies named from a Altro wonderland tricks? The white rabbit the white rabbit rabbit got thumper. We got all right. And you said you had no more bunnies. I thought you know, I thought of all those, but I didn't want to talk about any of them. What about officer, Judy hops? Yes. That was the one that. I was like, oh, we should. We should have talked about. Oh, we might talk about from from zoom tool. I flash fifty yard dash. She uh sounds good movie. I still trying to convince Cobra to watch that he hasn't. He hasn't grasped onto it yet. But it is a little bit more. It was it was kind of scary for my for for my oldest son little autre in for. So we'll offer that goes feral. But we got the scary part the the hair from from the tortoise and the hare. We. What about Skippy rabbit and mother rabbit from Robin Hood? Also thought of that. But then I was like, I don't know if I can say a lot about that. See I liked Bucky O'Hare from the United animal federation. Yeah. That one was pretty good. My sister would be mad. If I didn't talk about the velveteen rabbit favorite book when she was little we got Maxon ruby from Maxon ruby. Aren't there rabbits, aren't there rabbits in sonic, the hedgehog? I don't know. I think there's a couple of rabbits in there. I'm not a sonic guy. That guy I'm a sonnet girl. I'm a sonic girl in sonic word poke. You did talk about Pok Mon low punny has. There's a Pokemon that's like a bunny. Low punny as his name. Oh, well, there's you saw you JIMBO which is a samurai rabbit of loosely based on Mia Moto Musashi who is like the swordsman of all swordsman. So yeah, I mean. Yeah. You can't you can't beat a samurai bunny with his with years tied up like top not. Although don't do that to your buddy. Because I'm pretty sure that would qualify as Anna. Okay. I've got one more thing to talk about bunnies. Because we're talking about bunnies. I think I've talked about this on the podcast before when I was little my dad made up a character that he used to talk to us about like he made up a character. And he would tell us stories about this character. And when he would tell us stories about this character, he was usually just talking about our lives and just coming up with the story and putting us in it. And then like if people were having problems or like, two sisters fighting or something like that he'd have the characters fight in the story and make up so that they could like secret life of pets. There's a bunny in that. Yeah. Dakota gave that suggestion. So this this little bunny his bunny this bunnies. Name was Willie the rabbit, and he was a two foot tall bunny that had six foot long ears. And so he had to like roll them up and put them in these like clothes pins. So that he could walk around and his name was Willie rabbit, and we it's still an amazing awesome cool thing in our family and my dad will still tell whether the rabbit stories to us on Christmas and stuff like that. And occasionally Cobra wants to hear Willie the rabbit story. But he had a whole cast of friends. His best friend's name was Jimmy the mole. And there was like the fish, Jimmy, the mole like a snitch. He sounds like a prison. That would be awesome. But he was kind of a little timid guy like Willie was a little bit more. Like, let's go do all the stuff and he's like, I'm just along for the ride. Later, 'cause I'm gonna D rabbit was the girl Cindy rabbit was a little girl that that really liked. I don't ever remember Willie the rabbit having parents. He was a Mansa. Former Jones was like the farmer across the street like that they would go out and stuff, but like they he had a character for all of the siblings. Two. And I was Nick the Nightingale. So like my. So when Lena came along, they said, okay. Well, Lena is going to be a cardinal because she's got red hair and Nick the Nightingale and and Lena the cardinal where like. Friends with benefits. Did did he explain it? In a children's story. Please tell me explain. Brandon euro tart lion. Nobody looks at the show notes ever. Nobody. I five is just God. Rabbit? No. Brave heart lion dumb. Claim to know about care bears. No, I was looking at a picture of Braveheart lion. When I was sure. Sure. Fine. Brave star. Is there a bunny and brave star? There should be I probably shoot it. Because an old west kind of thing. So talking horse robot? All right. Well, I think I think we're we're at a good point wrap up our thing. Nobody talked about the tricks rabbit and how tricks are for kids. That one. So shut down though, what about the bunny and Foster's home for friends? There's a rabbit in that like the professor whatever can't remember his name. It was funny. We we mentioned it. But we never actually said the Easter bunny from rise of the guardians or Santa Claus for that matter. The Easter bunny in general, pretty sure there's five hundred movies or TV shows about about the one movie. That's not going to be on. Disney's vault. From song of the south Brera rabbit. I was gonna talk about that. But okay. All right. There is a great. There's a great ride as Duda. Yeah. I was just talking about that tonight actually is my favorite ride at Disneyland. Have you ever heard of song of the south? It sounds familiar. All right. Just keep enjoying splash mountain and never look into song of south perfect and you'll be fine. All right. So let's wrap this thing up. Let's talk about where we're going because we're going places here on the fan to podcast April the twentieth, which is this week. This is fantastic Salt Lake comic convention. I've got a panel on Friday. It's on Friday at five. I said that we're I've got a panel on Friday at five pm called minorities in comics representation on and off the page. So if you wanna come see me talk about. Minorities and representation, I'll pretty much a lot of the same discussion. I'm assuming as we're going to have is that we had in the last week's episode we'll have here, although with some differences because the different cast character, and I'm not running the conversation. So Friday at five then Saturday at one o'clock, we're going to be teaching kids. How to podcast so kid con, it's called mom. I wanna be a podcast, and I've basically come up with some fun games to embarrass Nick and Taylor, and they're gonna that's impossible and they're gonna play with. I know Nick has no Nick has. No shame. So I'm constantly embarrassed by children. Good good. All right. Well, April twenty-seventh, we are going to be at Wasatch Comecon the valley fair mall, Saturday at eleven we'll be doing a live show there. We're gonna have some panels and stuff like that. So stay tuned to our Facebook's feed for that. May fourth may the fourth be with you. We will be at paradigm fandom expo. It's a school's event, and we are excited about it. Because they're running this phantom expo as if it was like, a true comic on his awesome. And is such a group is going to be there roof feet table Osco roof. Yo voice Zuko voice of Jake long from the American dragon. I loved that show back in the day. He is in one of my favorite movies called take the lead where gangsters learn to ballroom dance. And has a been era Senate. All right. Did not know he was in that show. It's great with recommend. We watch it again. Okay. So we're yeah. We're going to be there hanging out with Dante Bosco. I'm sure. Paradigm phantom expo will be on the vendor floor recording. So if you want to be part of the show, that's the one to come to because we'll be recording live with people will also be doing a live show there. So be sure to say live from the numbers from the fan numbers. This is Saturday Sunday Monday Tuesday, Sunday Night Live. You could be on the podcast don't scare them away. Don't we maybe we should take that out because I don't wanna scare people away from it. I mean, you know. Yeah. We were not letting you dumb people on our podcast, stayaway dot quite what I meant. I always in this. Okay. So if you want to be in the know about when and where and who and what and why maybe the why, but the and then some of the fun news stories I've been trying to be better about posting news stories and fun things on our Facebook page. Facebook dot com slash fandom podcast is a good place to get some of that. 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Moon Knight, Ghostbusters, Bond, Justice League, Willow, The Meg 2, Avatar 2 and Addams Family

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Moon Knight, Ghostbusters, Bond, Justice League, Willow, The Meg 2, Avatar 2 and Addams Family

"Hello everyone and welcome slash on daily for Monday October twenty, six, twenty, twenty on today's episode were to discuss the latest film and TV news the Slash Home Editor in chief Peter. SURATA enduring the autism castlemed weekend editor Brennaman, and that's me. It's senior writer Pearson a what's going on. Okay. So with last week Special Toba ski episode on Wednesday that means we haven't talked about movie or television news in a week. So it's it's it's now time to catch up. So. That's basically my way of saying that we have is a jam packed episode including some late breaking news hit right before we started recording this podcast. We now know who's going to be playing marbles Moonlight Ben. Better. Yes. Sir Isaac is in talks to play Moon Knight in the Disney plus series for Marvel Studios. Peter to you know anything about moonlight. Moonlight as one of the characters I have not really read I I. I don't think I've read any of the any comics featuring midnight I haven't, either evidently he's a pretty you know second tier kind of character and it makes sense considering how long the MCI has been going, but he's kind of a fascinating guy. So Brad, I'm sure you know some some of this from covering Moon Knight on superhero BITs but. This character is basically he's a mercenary who has dissociate identity disorder and he is attacked and sort of left for dead by his. Evil boss win. They stumble across this archaeological dig site in the comics anyway and then this character this this morning character is approached by the Egyptian God of the Moon and given a second chance at life if he agrees to be that, God's Avatar on Earth. So he agrees and he ends up sort of returning to the world of living in developing all these secret identities and he has superpowers that are tied to the moon itself like the fuller the moon gets stronger he gets but the really interesting thing is it's unclear whether all of this is kind of in his head and he's making up the whole God thing or if actually isn't real and like. Yet. So it it just seems like a very unlike any other in that think there have been people who have written about how Oh, this you know in in very superficial terms sort of lack marvel's version of Batman because one of his secret identities is a millionaire and he's able to fund his adventures and stuff like that sort of like Batman but and he doesn't really have any superpowers of the than just strengthen like he's a martial arts expert and stuff like that. But the this way darker than a lot of the other marvel characters that we've seen before. So. In terms of Oscar Isaac playing that character I think he he's done very very well playing dark characters in the past as well as you know, sort of more poppy. Pop, culture whatever heroic type of role. So this is definitely an interesting turn for marvel. Yeah my I thought here is wow. They got Oscar Isaac that that seems like a big get to have here. The second thought is. Wow Got Oscar Isaac, and they're gonNA come underneath a mask and putting like white tights with a with a white. Cape you're not going to see him then my third thought is. Oh, they're doing what they did with Manda Laurean where Pedro Pascal doesn't have to be there everyday onset. Is that like a a good train of thought or our now? Pretty much the exact train of thought that I had except maybe you could throw one more thing in their of like Oh man I really wonder how much time this is GonNa take up for Oscar Isaac because he's one of the most he's one of my favorite working actors and he you know anytime he attached himself to a project I'm always excited to see what kind of stuff he's interested in exploring on film. Now you know it's it's the it's the tail was oldest time you know getting sucked into a franchise he's already been in the star wars franchise for a long time now. and. So he he go again you know he's diving into the MC you. This character we know is supposed to appear in marvel films after headlining his own show. So it seems like this is going to be years and years and years of Oscar Isaac in the MTA, which is great and like I love their casting, they've done an excellent job and you're pulling in great people but it always, there is always a little part of me. That's like. What projects are we not going to see now because of this? how many episodes are are the marvel television series I mean we haven't had any of them yet but do we know that off the top of her head I think what Mitt learn was eight episodes, right? Yeah I. Think the marvels are supposed to be between six and ten depending on the series. Yeah. I think key is supposed to be six. That's one at that. One division is also six lookie six Volkan in winter soldier's six yen. Shorter side then the Hawkeyes ten. No Yeah Maybe. He won't be away for that. Long the the other thing while you're saying like, what are you know about moon? I I did a search of moonlight. While we're on the podcast I'm a professional and I saw that he was listed. On. Ends list of the top fifty vendors at number forty-nine. All right there we go. I don't know is that a good claim or is it the? One of the worst vendors who? Well. I mean. Number forty, nine out of fifty. I you tell me. WHO's fifty. You know you're asking me to pull this up hold on. Okay. I'm pulling up. Brad. We're going to do this live. Factor whether or not moonlight has a good placement for mockingbird is number forty eight. Let's see. Number fifty is mister fantastic. What I mean I guess a list of avengers. He's not really in Avenger. So maybe in the comics at one point, he yeah, he makes a guest appearances in the vendors books. The characters visit his yeah. He's not really vendor I don't think he was ever in Avenger, right? At some point I feel like almost every marvel character. Depending on air we're talking about. So yeah moonlight seems more of a solitary kind of figure in his comic runs. I don't think he immediately joins the vendors although as Brad mentioned I think pretty much everybody does at one point. Yeah. Okay What ghostbusters afterlife Brad I know this film that you've been excited and looking forward to. Add some bad news for bread. All what? It's getting pushback know. Why are you tell us about it? I knew about this because I wrote the story Juliette ghostbusters afterlife has been delayed yet. Again, it was supposed to come back or come to theaters this past July. But it got delayed like every other blockbuster this year due to the coronavirus pandemic and it was slated to come out in March of twenty twenty one but it sounds like maybe studios are a little bit leery about theaters being a viable option even in early twenty, twenty one because now Sony has pushed back to June eleventh twenty, twenty one putting it back into the summer release window, and that's probably not a good sign because we heard for a while in the news. A viable vaccine probably wouldn't available until well into spring next year possibly even summer and that's more and more seeming like it's very accurate because. Moving you know movies like this out of that early spring window it means audience is probably a still aren't going to be ready to get back to theaters and it won't be a much safer by the time that happens hence the move. So there we go. So what big movies does that leave us with before summer twenty, twenty, one, I mean. When it comes to this year, the biggest movies that are still slated we've still got a free is slated for December. Deaf denial and Wonder Woman Nineteen eighty-four is holding strong for Christmas Day. The Warner Brothers is supposed to making a decision in the next week or two about whether or not. That will still be the case relatively soon. You could say monster hunter gas that's based on that huge video game franchise distracted by all the BS Anderson. So. And then next year currently I. There's Peter Rabbit to maybe maybe the big February we've got the kings man and Yeah. That's I mean Orion dragons was to come out in in March. So that's good. That's definitely not gonna hit Disney plus that's GONNA be. Living Vampire that will say movie theaters. God. Come on guys. We got some good stuff happening here. and. Then James Bond apparently maybe April will we'll see a quiet place to lots lots of good stuff coming in. Spain. This. Words me quite a bit like. You know I get it I get why people don't want to return to theaters will also at the same time I have movie theaters and I don't WanNa see them die and I thought I thought it very least were it was gonna be the end. Of. Twenty twenty when like you know big movies would return to theaters and some people would go to theaters to see them making at least enough money to keep those movie theaters alive. You know AMC you know doesn't have enough money to like survive into the twenty twenty one. And now the ghostbusters has moved out of. Out of March I think it's going to be a Max mass exodus out of that a spring in now we're now we're like all. I guess praying for summer twenty. Twenty one. which I don't know if it. To me I, I hate to be the pessimist here but that sounds like the death of movie theaters to me but I don't know. I'm a little bit worried. Talking about movies that. Might go to streaming. One of the things that we never thought would have even been inconsideration is a bond movie, but apparently, that was in the talks breadwinner. Yes, over the weekend, this kind of started out as a a rumor story that there were still a chance that no time to die might end up being released in streaming in some capacity. You'd like many other movies it's been pushed back several times because of corona virus, it's currently slated for release April Twenty, twenty, one but MGM is behind James Bond, and they don't necessarily have a lot of high profile valuable properties other than James Bond to keep them. Going strong during this whole bottle and it sounds like at one point. They were in talks with streaming platforms like apple and Net flicks to potentially release no time to die on streaming These discussions apparently happened in late September right before they chose to delay the movie again and word on the street is that they were looking for six hundred million dollars for the distribution rights, which is huge. That's an insane price to pay for a movie like that But do you have any idea like why the biggest? Price that's been paid for streaming movie I'm guessing asked like Netflix's with like. What the Scorsese movie or something like that's a couple of hundred million. Yeah I'm not sure that's something that would definitely have to look into to really get the the answer to that but I'm sure that it's nowhere near six hundred million dollars That's a huge price tag and that's really that's just so that the studio could recu. Any of the profits are or at least money that they might have made from releasing no time to die in theaters because you know that's a you know a movie that does huge bank at the box office you know both domestically and internationally, and so they'd want price that gives them everything they need to actually pay for the movie and then some. but it sounds like those discussions now done apparently MGM is no longer. Dedicated to releasing the movie in theaters next spring now. So even though there was a chance happening, it sounds like that opportunity has come and gone. Okay the idea that a big movie like bond could even have discussions to go to streaming makes me wonder like what other movies could possibly be in that realm. So I wanted to go really quickly through twenty twenty and twenty, twenty, early twenty, twenty one and I wanted to hear what you guys in rapid fire I. Wanted to hear what you guys think of movies like tell me if it's going to get pushed the after. Clare if it's going to go. Streaming some some form you know premium or whatever the crudes. Streaming. A free guy going to theaters. Yeah, I would say pushed. Yeah. It's a twist you. Defend Nile. I I'm fifty fifty on that. I can see it go into streaming but it's I. Mean it has a huge cast I. Wonder if they would want to wait and you do that star power for theaters. Leaning toward streaming for that one pair wonder woman nineteen, eighty-four theaters all the way pushed. Peter Rabbit to. Streaming. String yes. What else we got here on the list Ryan the last dragon. Boy Wonder. How many times Disney can do that. and. How many times can they do it to a movie starring a you know A A an animated movie featuring a diverse cast from outside the United States. I feel like as a better chance of being pushed because it's released data so far down that delaying it from then wouldn't it be as big of a deal as like delaying soul, which is already delayed once and delaying it again just creates a bigger problem down the road. So I think that Ryan has a better chance of being pushed rather than going to streaming. or BS. Who put that Shit. On streaming, it'd be done with. Sony needs those movies in theaters I. Think so. Tomb Raider two I don't think that's going to happen at that point because I was looking this up when I was writing or we're GonNa talk about Ben Wheatley later on the episode and he's supposed to be directing that. I think the last update we had on tomb raider two was like a year ago or something in. There has not been any movement as far as I can tell in terms of like the shooting of that film. I don't know. I'm not sure about that one weight. So that has a march release date and it hasn't even been filmed. Think that's right. Me Look this up while we're talking just to double check but. I think that they haven't made an announcement about the release date shifting at all. So it's probably just sitting there waiting for an update. A quiet place to. That one, they definitely want feeders Yeah, I feel like the best part of that movie was like the silence you're the like so quiet in that first movie. Okay I just a couple more. Last night and so. That one could see going to streaming just because it's more of a niche movie and it's not one of Edgar Wright's more accessible. You know mainstream titles. So? Yeah. I think that's possible. Black widow definitely theaters. Okay I, think we're now a June and I think a lot of those movies I think. Everybody thinks it's going to be in theater. So I'm not gonNA mention them But yeah. It's really crazy. The Times we live in right now but you know speaking of movies going to streaming that we did not expect. Oh, by the way bent do you do you have enough to do i? Ideal I just looked evidently. Of Tomb Raider was supposed to begin in April of this year and obviously that did not work out. Great. So production I think was supposed to be delayed until this summer and I have not heard if they have picked up and actually started that shooting but I don't think March. Nineteenth Twenty twenty one is GonNa hold for Tomb Raider two. Yeah, that's okay. what one of the films that is hitting streaming. Expect, what's going to ever happen is Zack, Snyder's cut of Justice League and we recently learned some returning characters that were unexpected for the re shoots bent tells by Yes. So Zack Snyder's justice league is going to be I. Guess Re edited into a four episode series on Hbo Max and Joe Manganiello who played death stroke in the post credits scene of the theatrical version of Justice League which came out in twenty seventeen is going to be coming back to play death stroke yet again in this version of the story so. We don't know exactly like what capacity how much in you know if there's going to be a big death stroke action scene that maybe Zach Snyder himself shot and just had to leave on the cutting floor the first time or if Meghan, Melo is going to be joining these re-shoots that are going on now and only appear in a small role, there's so many questions about this. Basically, all we know is he going to be involved in in the new version so. There's that and then the bigger news I I would say is that's a jared leto is joker also coming back. And he is going to be I, mean, he wasn't in. I don't think he was in he appeared in the theatrical cut of justice, League A. Okay yeah it's been so long since I've really although Affleck's Affleck from the Snyder verse appeared in suicide, Squad right and popular the car. That's correct. Yeah. So yeah jared leto joker guys I mean. You Know One national nightmare to another right. We thought we thought that we were done with this. We thought that a vaccine had been handed out for jared leto joker evidently not. We're seeing a second wave I'm sorry these are all wildly inappropriate terms to be here to a very serious diseases, fung. But seriously note a little joke as I I mean I don't know. I don't know how to react to this. Part of me is just like you know, kick the chaos. All. The way up to eleven. Let's just fucking go and like give me everything. You Got Zack Snyder like make this weird and out there as possible. Offer to me. Ladies and Gentlemen Jared leto stupid. Another part of me is like, why do we have to deal with this again but I think ultimately We talked so much about the Snyder cut and ultimately I'm coming down on the side of like. Anything that can make this as different as possible from the theatrical cut will at least make this more interesting. So a sure bringing everybody you can think of, let's let's do it. You know it just goes to show you though this movie has been done this entire time. and. Just waiting to get released like why why didn't they sooner? It's been done this whole time. What are they were doing? And and fans are going to get the. You know uncut vision of Zack Snyder. The one that he had made and not anything added or you know it's not going to be cut into four parts it's going to be. It's going to be presented the ways excellent or originally intended. Oh boy. Can we just see this thing and then maybe never talk about it again? It's also interesting that death stroke that whole lake in credits was to build up for what like the Ben Affleck. Batman movie that never ended up happening in isn't going to happen. It's seemed like it was building up to like a Justice League sequel because he was talking about like Oh if they have a League of heroes, why can't we have a league of our own like talking about a League of Dylan so it was like a multi. Coalition or something that was supposed to be put together and that sounds like maybe you know too big for a Solo Batman movie so. The question I really have after all of this. HBO. Max just going to keep the train rolling and just be like all right Zach Snyder. Here's a hundred million more dollars or however much like go make a sequel to justice, League after his four episode thing comes out like are we a re approaching the beginning of the end or are we approaching just a whole new beginning here? So I, don't know. You know I I know we like to give like I. Don't know I feel like we've we are all feel defeated by the like this whole. Project at this point because it's just like the movie came out in like the Phantom was in a large part, very toxic and kind of beat us down but I do want to say i. do kind of appreciate how exacts matter is. You know he's fallen down this whole. He's like in this directors jail and he is fighting his way out. Like he is like doing everything he can and yeah I. I can imagine a day where like Hbo Max, Green Lights You know a second season or Second Justice League movie. Arnaud it just seems like something that would would have been impossible if you could tell yourself, you know two years ago that that was going to happen it seem. Unreasonable I mean it's not unreasonable but. Okay. Let's let's talk about the Willow TV series. They finally hired a director Brad we now. Yeah. So this willow thing is apparently happening. Fans of this movie from Lucasfilm have been wanting a sequel to willow for awhile it's been discussed here and there Warwick Davis kept the hope alive and Disney, plus they're really pushing forward by doing a sequel to it in the form of a series. Warwick Davis is coming back. Ron Howard who directed the original movie is coming back as an executive producer but he's leaving the directing duties up to Jon M Chu, this time WHO's the director of Crazy Ridge Asians and the upcoming musical adaptation in the heights So the series is supposed. To be starting productions seemingly soon, we'll see how that works with the the pandemic and whatnot likely next year but yeah, this is. kind of surprising because I don't know willow has definitely has fans but. It feels like it's more of a cult favourite than than anything and so Disney plus you know investing a lot of money in it. To bring a sequel back is kind of surprising. What could be their Lord of the Rings Right Now? The. John M. Chu is. Interesting. As you mentioned he's the director of crazy rich Asians into the heights. The Justin Bieber documentary You know he's been kind of like put in this box although he talking to him as a filmmaker he's a geek that loves like big blockbuster movies. You know he he directed the Gi Joe Sequel and directed. The Now, you see me sequel like heat I think he wants to be stuck just doing. Serious movies and I I'm guessing willow is a big. Touchstone for him, his daughter's name willow. So enough that he named his daughter will. So Brad, what is your thoughts on chew for this this this show. Yeah I'm definitely interested in seeing what he can do in a different genres. You know he's proven he can take on a variety things he brings a lot of. Energy and zest into everything that he's done so far. So I think having like this especially since he's so passionate about it. Can only be good news. You know you don't. You don't necessarily want a hired gun doing something like this when it has such a passionate fan base, you want somebody who genuinely loves the material digging into it and giving you know fans something that they they want to see and he's going to do exactly what he would want to see as a fan himself. So I I think it's good news all around. It's also kind of sad that you know this is happening this going into production and they've been trying to make Indiana Jones five for how many years now. Only took willow. You know what? Six months from when they were reversed that are actually developing mess. I mean yes and no I mean I think a willow sequel has been tossed around for you know probably as long as the sequel was before came along. Yeah Yeah Okay. Let's move on. Let's talk about. Filmmaker Ben Wheatley, and what he has lined up next It's another weird like a pairing something unexpected. Then what do we know? Yes, Ben Weekly a Ben Wheatley who directed Rebecca the most recent remake that is on net flicks right now, and he also directed films like a field in England and free fire. He is directing the mega to for I. Think Gems the studio behind this one so. What like? This is another one of those completely out an adolescent field choices. I mentioned earlier that he wheatley was originally on board to direct tomb raider two unclear. He's still even attached to that project right now. But Man The the studio is wanted a sequel to the meg for awhile like ever since the the first movie made a lot of money at the worldwide box office and so. That came out in twenty eighteen. So now the MEG who I mean it sort of seemed inevitable that this was going to happen Jason Statham is expected to return to lead the cast again but Ben Wheatley as the director of a big budget studio shark film seems like a really really strange pairing to me. I. Mean it seems like like chew in ways. I it seems like he wants to do bigger and better not better but bigger movies I do you think this is the right like the right choice for him or do you think this is a bad career move. I don't know if it's a bad career move I mean it's definitely GonNa put him. You know probably on more lists to do more mainstream, it's just a slightly disheartening career move from somebody who has appreciated a lot of his smaller scale stuff. He made this movie in twenty eleven called Kill List which I think Jacob and I have have sung that films praises on the podcast before in music. One of the most unsettling films of this entire century so far, and just to think about you know the guy behind that stepping into the sort of mindless you know. Big Budget. Studio Shark. Mechanism it just makes me a little. Crestfallen but. You know he's the type of filmmaker where like nobody else can make Ben Wheatley movie like he has such a distinct voice and style and it it's so unlike anything else and I feel like anybody could you could I think John Turtle top directed the meg and he directed national treasure and a lot of really like straight down the middle of solid Hollywood. Like like a double in baseball. You know like nothing nothing special. I feel like you could get a lot of filmmakers in that. In that Ballpark as to continue the metaphor that could direct this where he's been as like such. An interesting person who makes all these weird like sort of eccentric films that yet sort of bums me out a little bit. But he also made it high rise which I never saw but. It seems kind of out of his element as well. I think high-rise little bit more attuned to the kind of bizarre styles intones that he likes to play with. I guess. The hope is that maybe he brings so much of his style to the MEG. To that film doesn't feel like sort of a bland, a mega franchise sequel maybe he ends up like overpowering it and making it super weird or something, and I mean, I guess I'm into that Yeah Yeah I I had fun with the MEG one. So I'm interested I mean I'm more interested in now that he's possibly doing the make to to see what that is but speaking of movies that take place in the water. Avatar to has been filming underwater scenes in it looks like James Cameron is trying to compete with Tom Cruise. Mission impossible Brad tell us what it yes. James Cameron is trying to kill the cast of Avatar too little by little. Is is that how it's never going to be released space one of them taking too long. But yeah so. We recently profile in the New York Times. for her career looking back. At the various movie, she's made over the years her life and whatnot, and of course, conversation inevitably turned to the Avatar sequels since she is back as a new character in the. After her original character died in the first movie spoiler alert. Eleven years ago, Anna it would seem that the there's a lot of difficulty involved with shooting some of these sequences because as we've heard many times over a big chunk of Avatar to has to deal with the water component of Pandora and a lot of scenes including motion capture scenes are being shot underwater and rather than using a stunt double for for some of this. Stuff A lot of the cast is actually shooting motion, capture scenes underwater, and in order to make this as efficient as it possibly can be they had to train with a elite military divers in order to learn how to hold their breath for over six minutes at a time so that they can shoot as much as they can underwater before they have to come up. And take a breath or get supplementary oxygen underwater answer going Weaver at seventy years old. Did this as much as she could and was doing it right along with the rest of the cast they submerged underwater in this huge water tank. Go back and forth for air and then shoot as much as they can. It's just it sounds crazy but she was eager to do it. You know she'd tries not to win that herself and doesn't hold back and chooses to do as much as you know her body will allow her to do so yeah more processor Gordon Weaver. I have some questions here Brad. Sigourney weaver is playing a motion capture. Character in. Seem. So because we have seen a photo from the set of her in this massive water tank with motion capture helmet and a suit with all the the digital markers all over her. So she she's playing some kind of motion capture character. Why does she need to hold her breath for over six minutes catchy like have like a small air pack on like a scuba like a small like mini scuba thing it doesn't seem like it because since she has the motion capture helmet on. A Scuba Apparatus on because then they couldn't capture her face for the performance. Okay. have either of you ever held your breath for six minutes. I'm not even close. I don't think so no probably not. I recently watched this, David Blaine special on Youtube. It was I the one where he was flying with balloons like flew into the atmosphere with balloons and then skydive down during the special. Oh, he was talking about how you know learning to be the hold your breath as part of the equation and he was at a nights. That's. Teaching, Casey and a bunch of people who were in the pool I think like Maybe? Jason. Today gets with our remember but he was teaching a bunch of people in the pool how to hold their breath for a long period of time enduring that segment of the Youtube show they were like you know you try holding your breath now as they do it and like I I tried to. He actually was able to teach them how to hold their breath for like I. Forget how Long An incredibly amount like insane amount of time I tried to hold my breath for I think over like to like a minute and a half and I couldn't even do that. So I I I. Don't know it's amazing to me. That's when we can. Hope, not only hold their breath for six minutes but like these people and even David Blaine when he was underwater like breaking the world record of how how long have you can be submerged underwater without any oxygen even him was you know not moving not the is closed not not doing anything. I eat. Sigourney weaver has to hold her breath. And Act and swim and be active That's crazy to me. Sounds insane. But okay, we have one last story for you today, and that is the addams family is coming. Thanks to Tim Burden then. Would we know? Yes. So this is Sort of like unexpected but also totally expected at the same time timber is going to be the the latest major filmmaker to jump into the world of television. He is developing a new version of addams family, which is the classic franchise based on the that creepy. Kooky mysterious and Spooky family, and he is negotiating to executive produce in potentially direct all episodes of this new series. He's developing this with Alfred go and Miles Miller guys behind smallville and into the badlands and. I mean you know. So on one hand, you have like timber come into TV, which is like a a rare thing for him. He's directed like a couple episodes of television over the course of his career mostly he's been film, Guy but then. Of course, you know if Tim Burton is GonNa come into the world. Of TV, it's going to be for an addams family show, which was an you know a a property that fits. So perfectly with his cultivated aesthetic that Just. One shade away from self parody. Point Yeah. That's what I was thinking I was thinking like it like this seems so obvious that urged so perfect that it almost seems like something I'm like it's just like wrong like it doesn't seem like like it will be entertaining. And? You know I sort of had that thought but I understand where he's coming from here because. You know as somebody who is kind of mixed on Burton's career so far I thought he did a really interesting thing a few years ago when he made this phone call big is which was a movie that did not conform to his aesthetic stylings at all and nobody cared about it nobody. Liked it it it sort of came and went and nobody gave a shit. I, thought that was his last chance It felt that feels now looking back on it like him being like, okay I'm GonNa. Try to push myself creatively into an area that I you know outside of my comfort zone and then when that didn't work he sort of. This is my read on it. He sort of threw up his hands and said, okay, fine like I'll just go back and do the thing that I that I always do that everybody likes when I do so. ACT CAN'T BLAME HIM entirely for going back to this kind of well but the show I. Guess. The only details we have about what this take is is that it is a live action series that would be set in present times. Of Wednesday addams and what the world would look to look to her in two thousand twenty. I mean that seems smarts of be basing it from her. Pov. Right or am I wrong there. Is a really interesting character but like. All of the Gomez mortician a really fast. Like they're much more flamboyant characters and I like the idea of them being at the center of this. Is Sort of always been ensemble sample concept anyway. So the idea of it maybe theoretically narrowing just to Wednesday's perspective. I guess could be interesting but I don't know I. I. Don't know how I feel about this overall Brad. What do you think about this? Like what do you think about Tim Burton doing something? That is so clearly Tim Burton Ish. you know I'm. I'm torn because Tim Berne style has always you know been very similar to the original Adam's family comic strip. This you know dark macabre kind of sense of humor and I I don't know it just it seems too easy like an i. He's been doing so much that has already been so easy and just obvious in his wheelhouse that I. I don't know it just seems uninspired to me like I feel like I would want somebody with a little bit of A. Different you know vision digging into the addams family and the new perspective is somewhat interesting. But like you said, you know has always been really about the ensemble. That's what makes the live action movie so good and so I I don't know I'm I will reserve judgment until we to to see. But Nothing Tim Burton has done recently inspires much confidence that. It's going to turn out the way that we would want. Yeah. I, think the only reason the Wednesday perspective like it's interesting to me is because I like that going to school and stuff like she has a life that's big outside of the family and outside that home and he kind of. To her getting a perspective of. You know. Normal or I guess the Weirdos that live outside her house that I think that you don't get as much with them. The rest of the family out now then it's Kinda like the munsters though isn't it? Because it wasn't the whole premise of the munsters that there was like one quote unquote normal member of the family and it was like a teenage girl and everybody else was basically like addams family characters. Yeah Yeah I don't I don't know okay we've gone we've gone long enough on this or thirty eight minutes is up so so you can find more of all the stories we mentioned on today's show on social media comment linked in the show notes this podcast can be found on apple podcast Google overcast spotify the podcast APPs please feel free to singer feedback questions, comments, concerns to us a peters lost calm in please regnery despite gusts tell your friends spread the word and we'll see you on Wednesday

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James Corden talks 'Peter Rabbit 2' & More!

On Air with Ryan Seacrest: The Post Show

07:30 min | 4 d ago

James Corden talks 'Peter Rabbit 2' & More!

"This is kiss. Fm we're connecting to the audio of james corden right now there is audio's live it is linked. You're on kiss los angeles james good morning again. I'm so good so good to see you. Couldn't i couldn't see the cameras desk is just a mess. Do you see us. You see us. I can say it or of you sitting tanya myself. Hi how are we doing a what i did. Not that we need to tell the story. But there's a couple of things that when i think of you i'll always remember the first time i ever met james gordon i just hosted or whatever i do on the red carpet for the academy awards and i'm not invited to show right. It's like you finish the red carpet and you go home or you bum your way into something. Have dinner somehow bummed my way into the vanity fair dinner and sat next to james corden at a table. Remember that i do. And i'll show hadn't launched at this point we were we were we. Were not on the air. This point we were going on the air. Like i think seventy six weeks time something like that. Yeah and you know. It is family radio show in the morning here but he pursued a line of questioning. Then i'd hang on. I was saying. Understand your shot joe because you are just so busy you just do so much different work and i said When do you ever get some time to yourself. And and that's an unknown time. And i was like well that's good. I'm glad because i was worried about you. Shed joe worried about your schedule nine. You're filling your schedule. You've got your production company. You've got your obviously your daily show and you're also star film. Peter rabbit to is in theaters. Now i loved what you said about this and it's so true sicily's kids patting him. You can't see she's on the line she's got kids and i think we we parents you parents you wanna watch a movie that your kids are excited about and you really can laugh along with and and enjoy right james and you wanna enjoy it because the some movies that i saw no doors watching Is not a huge amount in this for me know and then but that's that's of wild of pizza. Robert is really. Is it all out comedy. And there's so many jokes that the kids find really funny but parents are finding equally as funny but for very different reasons. And that's that's why. I think it such a great film to go for the whole family to go along to a movie theater now that we can go to movie theaters and all enjoy the same time. You know where that's why kind of the film was held back a year really and it didn't go to streaming because i think everybody involved his felt like oh. No this is a this will be a great film for families first trip to the movie theater. And that's you know when australia opened. It was the number one movie in australia. When britain still able movie in britain and now it just opened this weekend and he's doing so well and and i think it's for that reason i think kids really liked the cheeky soda mischievous nature of and parents. There's lots of jokes funding for them. It in for in it for them. You know i more and more films are doing that right. We would like to but obviously now that is the formula and your perfect for this role. Let's come back here with james corden. Go crazy chris. Brown and young thug. James corden ezama this now. what is the obviously. You have your your wit but to do a show and asked in the context. I remember thinking about merv griffin. When i was growing up in the things that he used to say about making guests feel good in china in the light on the make them comfortable. What is it. You think that i i've seen guests on your show. And they seem to feel very very comfortable with you. What is it you think that you give off to give them all. I think it's kind of you to say that. I think the main thing we do is is just constantly sell. This is really safe space for you. Our show shines if you shine. We'll look we talk about politics every night but we don't del completely into it and make the show about that. We want to be you know we sort of look our shows being like the place that you'd go after you've been to see a show you know it's the it's the drink afterward rights into its inorganic sort of open place. Where we we really really want everybody to have a great time and the way we look at it is if we're having a good time and the audience will check in with their friends and be an advocate time to. That's really the way we look at it this way. we've always emerged. It's the bar cart of talk shows. That's that's certainly. I'm looking at a bar cart over your shoulder. That's what that's a. That's a nice office bart. that's just been refreshed. I drive. I try to do is start at the top of it around. Great expense seven most functioning fine. Peter rabbit tuned theaters. You can see him. Weeknights on cbs. James thanks for coming on dec. Soon question yes gorgeous beaches by just. Why have you go with microphone. And everyone else has a silver mike. Tubbs air engineer would you. Why is this today with chops. Listen i know. I feel like tubbs was very specifically told seacrest wayside front of to tv screens with your name on it. Going to elevate yourself above us. Gold microphone win this with james and and it's engraved it says ryan seacrest across the side of it. No it doesn't. It was a gift from the microphone company because probably gone through over the twenty years of being the air here. We've probably gone through so many of these. They sent this as a gift. I did not. i did not buy it. And he said as various observation top telling me let him say looking into shot. Oh you don't think. I'm all the way over here. Well he wants to be actually ruining to take care bye.

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Rabbits

Pants On Fire

22:52 min | 1 year ago

Rabbits

"Two people claim to know everything about something but only one knows anything. President Roosevelt more anti gravity belt had two brains. Lucky kids live on Mars. They go to school and flying cars or at least they will one day leave me. I'm a historian and astronaut or Dr Lori. Allied it's hard to buy the other telling the truth ads on down to the wire and you figure out who's from the Rabbit Has Kentucky this pants on fire and now here's your host. Deborah Gold Seen Yes. Welcome to pants on. Fire that game show where kids choose between the cuddly fuzzy and adorable truth and the needy stinky bite of lies. I'm your host Deborah Cox and the studio today is our sound effects were about Lisa which Stanford in studio audience but today. I'm also going to be a human child contestants. Oh No Lisa. We have a human child contestant to play today not to mention the fact that you are neither human nor a child. Oh I see I thought we could make an exception this one time. I think I'd be really good at identifying a liar. Oh I'm sure you would but we really need you to focus on the sound. You do so very well. Everyone is really counting on you. Okay I got it. You know you do help our human child contestants a lot even if you're not playing the game yourself that's true you know you know. I do between you and me I th. I think these kids would be lost without me. Most definitely so now you can get in the mode and tell us our games. I sure can every week. We bring onto grownups. One is an expert the other a liar and it's the job of human child which I'm not allowed to do help us figure out who is who because no one can spot a liar better than a kid. He are lying about rabbits long eared short-tailed mammals with longtime legs. Lisa do you know much about rabbits? Put them on your roof. You get better reception on your TV Ono. You're talking about those old antennas called Rabbit Ears. But those aren't actually rabbits rabbits on your roof. So they don't choose your television wires. Okay well we'll find out how else to prevent wire chewing from happening with our contest and I think who is our contestants. Today Lisa are human child contestant who was not me because l- let me do. It is a third grader. Who knows how to weave in loves. Dogs men are guitar. How are you good? I'm so glad. Welcome to pants on fire so glad you're here. Do you said you loved dogs. Do you have a dog? Yes as name is moon. And he's a hug. Oh how cute. Let me get a dog. Well I don't think you really would be able to take care of a Dog Lisa. Then we could just get a new one. No it doesn't work like that. We could get a new one every couple of weeks ever. It'd be fine it doesn't work like Minato. Tell Lisa how difficult it is to take care of a dog. It can be difficult. You have to remember to feed your dog every day. You Walk Your Dog Right Astle. Right dog exactly. Let's return the ones. I just got guests. Good idea roots all right so we actually want to know some more fun facts about you. We're going to do that by playing our game to truths and a lie so you are going to tell us three facts about yourself but two of those facts will be true one will be ally and we have to guess which one is the lie. Are you ready yes excellent? What are your three facts? Please my first fact is my last name is German. My second one of Dunkirk Treason's Oh seven my third one is. I'm scared for my own school nursing and glad she retired. No no I kind of hope. That's a lie but it would make. What do you think Lisa? Let's see last name is Sherman? We already know her. Last name is guitar MSN. Yes a man. She's does the of the arrows and she's scared of all lady mcaliskey. I don't know if that's her name. But Okay No. Her name was Ms Weinstein. Her last name is Dutch. Why Not German. Congratulations to me again. I'm always right. You're right actually. Yes. Of course. I'm right last. Name is ice land. That's fine I don't often gets to logic wrong. But he did get that correct but it takes and egg okay. Let's talk about your old school nurse. Why is she so scary? Sh what is those people who always has a stern look around in. Whatever you went into the nurse's office. It was always so quiet. Rose kind of weird. Oh no she retired now. Everyone's happier I'm happier at least everyone else's happier okay. Our first expert is Ed Nagle. Ed please introduce yourself to other minute. My name is Ed. I'm a veterinarian. I specialize in our rabbits guinea pigs and Chinchillas well. Tk thank you ED. Let's meet our second expert. Marianne Mayor Maryanne. Please introduce yourself to Miller I. My name is Mary and I'm a CO founder of the Long Island Rabbit. Rescue those sounds from your hip top files and they were hip hop. It would sound like would say time. Okay that's correct. That's when we put our experts on the hot seat while they answer many questions. Lisa which experts we put on the hot seat. I Marian mayor because her initials R. M. A. M. O. Ma'am okay cool. That's a good reason all right pretty good reason. That's a start with Marianne that Minna. What is your first question for? Marianne is your favorite thing about rabbits. My favorite thing about rabbits is knowing that they are a prey animal and are supposed to be afraid of big bed. Predators like humans Once we rescue a rabbit bring him into safety and we earn his trust or her trust when they start to relax and want to be padded or even lick your face That's really rewarding and really sweet. They can overcome their fear. Because they just like you. So much I agree with that. Something similar is that there's been a lot of research interning rabbits into emotional support animals for people that experiencing anxiety and depression that looking at their face in that being a trusting and compassionate and warm with them I think it is a great tool for For both the rabbit and the person receiving that sort of a compassion and nurturing This is for both of you. Tell me about your job. What does a rabbit expert dill? I can take that one great Well it's an awful lot like being a human doctor So you minister a Lotta medications awful lot of grooming as well. A NAIL CLIPPING. Making sure that there for is is being and certainly dieting which is also very important to keeping their weight and their health in check. K. over to Marianne what a rabbit rescuer does is we received calls and emails from the general public about rabbits who've been abandoned in parks or schoolyards or they go out to work one day and see that there's a rabbit hiding under their car. Pet rabbits not wild rabbits and we will go and bring them into safety. Have them checked out by veterinarian? Keep them in our homes until they're ready to be adopted out to loving families. I would do giraffes because a lot of time just walking around. I'm like there's a draft just there who am I supposed to call and it'd be so cool. I think that should be a business. That's very interesting. We all only seemed arrives in zoos and in pictures. I don't think there's any drabbed wandering around New Jersey so there must already be a draft rescue because they're not wandering around in them and put them in the point. I don't I don't know if anyone wants to keep a draft as a fit in their house. Well guys right in if you do and I'll get you on. This question is for Marianne. Do Rabbit make any special. Sounds to communicate. I don't think Wade Dooley. They typically don't make a lot of noise they can't bark or meow like dogs and cats do they don't they don't winning or native horses do but they can win over can grunt. They're afraid and unfortunately they can scream. These awesome like bad things. All of them only come from bad and some rabbit owners will tell you they've they've gone through their rabbits entire lives without hearing a peep out of them so as a rule. They don't make noise but they can. Yeah if never seen a rabbit. That made a single. How do they talk to each other? Then well primarily they communicate with each other by To as smell And when I say smell I mean pooping and peeing on something and letting the next rabbit. Who COMES ALONG? No if this was a male or female this rabbit was ready to mate or not The other way of communicating to each other's thumping. We heard you know thumper from Bambi. Rabbits do thump. The smack their foot really hard on the ground. Eighty smack it and it makes a reverberating sound. If they're wild rabbit through through the meadow if their house rabbit makes over reverberating sound through the House and they warn other rabbits of danger. How could I add something to that? Yes I it. It makes sense that a lot of people aren't familiar with how rabbits communicate because most of interactions with domestic rabbits when they don't have a whole lot of interaction with other rabbits. There isn't a whole lot of need for them to thumb until winter because there aren't other rabbits for them to communicate with. I just also want to say this Unlocked mystery our producer. No of frequently poops in pieces. I didn't know why but now I know he's trying to communicate to us no. I'm sorry I didn't pay attention. Certainly makes the statement. Yes we forgive him a little bit just trying to say good job. Oh okay thank you. Yeah Ed what family of animal is the rabbit and it is in the crow family You can also find Chinchillas Guinea pigs hares They actually used to be part of of the road and family up until nineteen twelve I don't know who was responsible for changing that. I suppose the animal experts decided. They're much cuter than rodents. Like rats and mice rats. Mice can be cute. Ya Mom had a pet mouse. Aw Swede my apologies In fact they're adorable unless they have read is only way Nice rats with red is referring to short. Okay you just said rat in general This one is for Marianne. Tell me a fact about rabbits that you find fascinating in good one. Both of them are Kinda Gross. I'm trying to think should I tell? The grocer won the eat their own poop. What's gross about About about once every twenty four hours The rabbit will produce. It's a special kind of POOP and I'm calling it poop but it's really it's really output It's called a SICA TROPE. And it's a vitamin packed Probiotic PACKED LITTLE PACKAGE. That they ingest directly from their buds ordway. It helps them extract as much nutrients as possible from their food. Much like cow's chew their Cud They regurgitate part of their food. And shoot back. Down again it has to do with them being herbivores also you I don't think we're ever going to recover from that. The good news is is that people who own rabbits most of the time. You don't notice it. They call them night droppings. Because it usually happens while we're asleep very discreet about good notice to save on. Rabbit food This one's for Ed. What is the funniest thing that has happened to you? At work Oh some lady. Just only rabbits data the bud you sorry. I had a patient bringing a bunny who had swallowed a Silver a ball bearing So she brought an end she was. She was very upset thinking what what's going to happen. We we took an x ray and we saw where it was and I suggested she needs to check her her stool to make sure that eventually passed she. She wouldn't she won't be harmed by. Just make sure that it eventually passes a few days later. She comes in real excited because it had finally passed and she had turned the ball bearing into a charm that she put around her neck and ward as a necklace after she washed it. I'm hoping yes. Yes yes so. I found that pretty pretty odd. This is. There's a lot of poop in this episode. Some would say too much. Some might not me. I would say not enough just going to say that you seem to be encouraging who said that. I said that said that so next question. What's the most poop poops? No it's time for the shorts on fire round when our experts have to answer as many questions as they can before. Time runs out experts. Get ready for this rapid fire round K and for a minute. We're GONNA start with Ed. You can ask your shorts on fire questions now. What is a male rabbit called a block? What is the difference between a rabbit and a hair? Rabbits are smaller. And here's a bit bigger baby rabbit called kitten. What is it called when the Rabbit Johnson twists and the air? What's a somersault rabbits? Eat that they make themselves poop. Animated movie is rabid worried about running late for a very important date familiar. It's from an animated editing. I'M GONNA I'm GonNa pass on that one. The largest breed of rabbit the Holland Lop. Rabbit has ever been recorded jumping pass. What's the name of the Rabbit in Winnie the Pooh? I don't know and time is up. Okay I know crazy right okay. Lisa please restart the timer for mary-anne okay but I'm going to have to charge you. How much four hundred thousand dollars in the mail? I don't think any of us have anyway. Okay Minna you can ask. Marianne your shorts on fire questions now. How fast can a Jack Rabbit run I would say upwards of forty miles now plow learn is a female rabbit called dope? How far can they turn their years? Pretty much three sixty. Wow our baby rabbit. Born without for rabbits are born without for what happened to FA- Bunny isn't given tough food. Oh his teeth get really screwed up they overgrown who wrote the famous book. Peter Rabbit Dietrich's potter. It was Peter Rabbit autobiography. How long does a rabbit? Typically domestic pet rabbits can live over ten years in the movie Bambi. Who is Bambi fun-loving Rabbit from some? That is time. Who you were both energizer bunnies expert. Thank you if decision time our contestant Minna has a lot to think about in deciding which one of our experts is actually lying Minna. Who is our liar? Liar pants on fire. This is a really hard one because both of them sound really honest. I'M GONNA agree with you. Mary convincing I'm kind of just GonNa think I do think a second. Listen to your instinct right. Sometimes you just have to go with go with it. Even if you're not sure why I kind of think it was who is telling the truth. Well he sound it. Seemed like the facts like the answers were little and it's really hard okay. Don't worry This is a tough game. They were both very good at answering the questions. I think the liar was Marianne pay. We're going to see if you are correct will the actual rabbit expert. Please tell us who you are. Sue founder of Long Island Rabbit Rescue and all volunteer organization. Rescues fosters and re home abandoned domestic rabbits and educates the public on their care. Thank you for your service Marianne. Well it's time to go down the rabbit hole of facts. Marianne what information did ED share that? Mating hopping mad a couple of things. Certainly there's no such family rapids called the light CRA family. Oh that was a good light isn't material. Yes this is stretchy synthetic rabbits. What else did he did there. Were there were few that I caught. That he's kind of slipped he said The difference between rabbits and rodents ravitch's shooter than rodents. Oh no the reason. They were changed from the identifying. This Rodin's back in the early nineteen hundred. Okay all right well. Let's see what Ed has to say. Ed What were your lives. We're all ears but In the hot the hot pants hot pants I see you for that The largest breed is not a Holland. Lop It's the Flemish a giant rabbit. I want to Debra now in the When a rabid jumps and twists I said somersault. Put the that's incorrect as well. What is that called? Marianne de now a key. It's called the cutest thing ever super cute. And the animated movie where rabbit is worried about running late for very important date. Kim's Alison wonder. That is correct. Allison Wonderland very recently. Listen to vote on Tapes Awesome. So you knew. And this was sort of a tricky one the name of the Rabbit in Winnie the Pooh anyone. No I remember it rabbit. His name is rabbit. Sort of trick question. Well it's time for us all to live happily ever after I need to thank our contestant monop- who is a very special? Thank you to our expert in Liar. Marianne an anti Lisa forests scratching those sounds and of course many thanks to our listeners. Tuning into pants on fire where lies are unwarranted. And where we're always rabbeting on about the truth environment production of Gen Z. Media for more great shows visit robot ever DOT com. While you're there you can send questions for me to read an ask Lisa and find out how you can participate and follow us on social media pants on fire gas for behind the scenes photos. Immortalised backs and remember. Ucf draft walking around your neighborhood. Sorta tax me. I'll come get her. Hey there it's Chris. Are you a fan of the shows? We make here at Gen Z. Media if so then. Head on over to our patriarch page at Patriotair DOT COM SLASH GS Z. M. Shows and become a Gen Z. Superfan for only five dollars a month you get access to shows. 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Beatrix Potter - author and amateur pioneer mycologist

The Science Show

34:05 min | 6 months ago

Beatrix Potter - author and amateur pioneer mycologist

"This is the sign show in which we meet three geniuses or writers with plenty of children. And if your household doesn't know about peter rabbit and jemima puddle duck. Tell them now quickly before. Hearing about one of the most remarkable women of the past two hundred years. Sharon colton reports. I would describe ditch. Exporter is a phenomenal obser- a wonderful experiment really inquisitive questioning nine. The my college gist roy. What thing we know. She made important discoveries about the germination of scores an five that her theories accepted at the time for about two she was a very competent ometer investigative scientists but she was a nominee to with professionals powerful sedation. The museum curators and laws. It was a fascinating discovery in january that the british press reported that was this rare parasitic funds that had been found on an estate in scotland in aberdeenshire and turns out that the first drawing of this rare parasitic fungus was done by beatrix in eighteen. Ninety seven the environmental historian. Indoor linda lear. The bid tricks potter books have been translated into thirty five languages and sold more than a hundred million copies. Peter rabbit jemima puddle duck. And mrs tiggy winkle live in the imaginations of millions of children. The stories and illustrations made the name of beatrix potter one with childhood the english countryside and delightfully temperamental animals. Get all these little books as they were called were written when mrs. potter was already in her thirties. Before that her passion prodigious talent was directed at the study of natural science. Linda lear last spoke to us on the science. Show on the fortieth anniversary of rachel carson's book spring in two thousand and two. Rachel brought me to england because of a bookstore and the book tour happened to take me to the science museum. There were these wonderful watercolor drawings of fungi in a case which was not well marked as an amateur collector of botanical art. I just do it. These guys were just wonderful statements. They were jaw dropping. And i asked who they were by and of course does. My amazement found out that they were done by beatrix potter. And then i had dinner with my editor later that we can. She said oh yes. She was a wonderful college est and natural artists. Didn't you know that most of the people in britain don't know that either. Did you know she saved the lake district at that point. Hit the floor. And i said no but i'm looked eight years later. Linda's book beatrix potter a life in nature was born. It has since become the definitive biography. Helen beatrix potter was born on the twenty eighth of july eighteen. Sixty six in london at a time when botany was a favourite victorian pastime of well-to-do ladies charles darwin's on the origin of species was still being widely debated and when science was starting to maneuver itself onto a more professional footing. By the time she was eight beatrix was already studying. Illustrating a meticulously recording the characteristics of beetles birds and animals. Linda lear she was raised. Wealthy household was a lot of books with two parents who are also artists very interested in the natural world. She was clearly talented in drawing and later on she developed an eye for both the field glass early and then the microscope and then the telescope and then the camera all these were lenses upon which she looked at the natural world and saw minute lii in linda leah's book a life in nature. She quotes beatrix potter. It is all the same drawing painting modeling the irresistible desire to copy any beautiful object which strikes the i who i had not one be content to look at it i cannot rest i must draw however poor the result. I can't invent only copy beatrix and a younger brother bertram. For a time with taught by governesses arrived they're extremely tolerant or easily hoodwinked as children's smuggled a menagerie of tiny pets into their schoolroom. They were frogs. And hedgehogs salamanders rabbits tortoise and bats. These were studied and drawn and when they died. Skinned and dissected family holidays would take in scotland and the lake district where the children roamed freely around the countryside. After bertram was sent away to boarding school life for beer tricks became much lonelier. She concentrated more and more on what she chose to study observing in a letter to a friend many years later thank goodness. My education was neglected. I was never sent to school. It would have rubbed off some of the originality if i had not died of shyness however on holiday in scotland bid tricks finally forced her friendship on the families excruciatingly introverted postman and noted naturalist charles macintosh linda lear. He was interested in her being able to draw the fungi that he is a one armed. Lie colleges he'd lost his hand could not draw so they made a deal that she would draw bungee for him if he would send her fresh species and she would draw them and then send the drawings back to it. This is betrix. Writing to charles macintosh. She often refers to herself in the third person. A curious thing happened to the piece of broom on which fungus was growing. It was put away in a tin canister and forgotten and now another species of fungus has sprung up. It is a pale straw color grown entirely in the dark and there are nearly one hundred fingers. The longest measures one point two five inches. Ms pasha wonders whether it grows out of doors at this season or whether it is brought out by the heat of the room being moved into a hot cupboard near the kitchen chimney it puffed out in a very odd shape. Fifty years later the same fungus would be on. Our grocery shelves is now known as inaki. The victorian albert museum in london houses the world's largest collection of drawings by beatrix potter. Her correspondence and her manuscripts there are also lots of pictures taken by her father. Competent and prolific photographer. She was certainly a pretty child with long. Hair intelligent is most often photographed with a serious expression. One critic rather crudely observed that beatrice had grown from swung too ugly duckling. Emma laws the curator of children's literature at the vienna museum who's overseeing the potter collection for the last fourteen years. Yes but i was unaware that she had quite a pragmatic side and it. She actually boiled animals to find out. What their skeletons looks like. And on occasion for clients research she would actually kill animals and stuff then and we have a fantastic in the collections that was written by bertram her brother while he was at school and in the holidays. They'd obviously quarterback and he wrote to her from his school. It be nice just received your letter. I suppose from what you say. you'll have to let go of long eared. Bats as they will not eat meat as for the other. I think it would be almost wrong to let it go as we might never catch a number of that kind again. If we cannot be kept alive i suppose he can't you bessette kilolam and stuff as was you can. I should advise you to boil that dogs go in soda. If he can get pan. I remain your fiction. It brother w b potter quite greasy letter and we actually have the joining that she made of the bat in the vienna's collections join from various different angles by the eighteen eighties. Beatrix was in her twenties and had become fixated with fungi and lichens. She was successfully germinating spores of several species making accurate precise drawings at every stage of development. Linda lear with macintoshes. Help she in. General developed some serious about what. Fungi and lichens were whether they were species or two and just how they happen to reproduce because at the time was very little knowledge. Wasn't there about germination and what was happening. or how. In fact both fungi and lichens came to be very little information. I think the germans were probably far ahead of where the english were at the time. Macintosh totter how to section them. How to look at them under the microscope and so she began drawing them and again. It's a habitual intelligent use of observation of small things. I'm doing some curious work with fungus for. Have you ever suspected that. There are intermediate species amongst a barracks and belletti. We are strongly of the opinion for certain. Good reasons that there are mixed fungi. That is to say either growing actually upon a mixed network of my see liam or else hybrid species which have originated in that way. I do not express any opinion which way only that they are. Intermediate of course such an idea is contrary to the books. The idea of hybridization prophet by swiss botanist simon's fan was so radical that most professional mike colleges in england dismissed it out of hand but potter was intrigued. We're very much speculating about what it is that she really did think that comes down to the fact that she thought that fungi were in some sort of hybridization that they had routes that they spawned and they came up again year after year ciller places. She did not positive theory of symbiosis but she was very close to that she was very close to thinking that like in. Punchy were some sort of symbiotic. Beatrix was a confident if shy young woman and she gained on trade to the professionals at q. Gardens through the influence of her uncle. harry so henry. Enfield roscoe retired parliamentarian distinguished chemists and vice chancellor of london university through him. beatrix met the director of q gardens. william thistle tin dire. He was not one to take an amateur seriously. Let alone a woman. bid trix. Didn't think much of him either saying he was a thin elderly gentleman with a dry cynical manner puffing a cigarette butt wide awake and boastful something of a misogynist. It is odious to a shy person to be snubbed. Especially when the shy person happened to be right. The royal botanic gardens at q at that time. The ninety s was basically a research institute that occasionally tolerated the public. This'll tindaya turned it into europe's biggest botanical the barrett tree. He was domineering and autocratic. The director was not impressed with the young miss potter and her drawings. Hardly bothered to look at uncle. Harry was infuriated. The to protege of his could be so slighted. If q gardens wasn't interested in her ideas they would aim higher. She should have her. Theories presented no less than august body than the natural history leeann society. it was founded in seventeen. Eighty eight and resided burlington. House in mayfair was a fresh young mind asking questions like all their hybrids in fungi. Fungi have a sexual stages. Things horrified some mock colleges. Professor roy was acting regis keeper of the botanic gardens in edinburgh which meant he managed for botanic gardens there. He is a retired microbiologist of some note. She wrote the paper because she was stimulated by what she had found. It infused unsure. Wanted to actually tell everybody else about it but also wanted to put it down on paper. Was that for prosperity. Unfortunately it wasn't there for posterity potus. One scientific paper has not been seen since it was presented in eighteen ninety seven on her behalf by a male friend from q. Gardens botanist george massey professor what ling has pieced together what he thinks was in that presentation. It's being constructed a walk. She has said either. Renault journals or in letters to late to amman called jolly mushroom torch which she had this wonderful relationship with by reading these letters looking paintings. Looking at the illustrations you can start to construct one what she was thinking and to how she went about writing this paper. It's true it's been lost. We've looked several times in the lineage society. But you know she wrote in one letter that the potential box that our own call henry heard attached to her article she would keep until she was an old woman so i have a hope that somewhere shampoo. They will be found the. Tell me about the paper. She was experimenting with the development of spores. Fungi in Supposed about eighteen ninety-five she got the microscope. And a little drop of water. Put the spores all fungi on the microscope. On watched them sherman eight as they produce little germinating haifa. As cold she drew it and then drew it again. An hour or half an hour later and then half an hour later after that so she had these 'lustration covering the development of these spores into a single high for and then into a massive of hi fi and believe he taught. She found that some of the mushrooms that we find in the woods and they had a sexual stage is just like mold like penicillin and other types of madras fund. John i that was a i really so after that she looked the germination of force of this one. Fungus which is called the velvet shunt flam. Your leaner is the locker room and chased up through it. Was vince germination. That she drew input into her paper. Cold the germination of the spores of the gary scene which was what they call them then. Is anyone else doing similar work in the united kingdom. At the time. I come i'm totally. But the as if they were they didn't come up with anything and joel mushy a q. Started to do the same sort of thing having been influenced by beatrix potter apart from being an interesting historical anecdote. If you like about a famous author would. It have made any difference. If the paper had been published it would allow people to say. She was one of the first british people to germany and studied these developing fours as opposed to having all these years of conjecture. My college is often seen as the cinderella of the natural sciences and that infuriates anyone who knows the vital role. Fungi player in our lives. No fungi no forest. No forest low. Future ching turney worley emeritus professor at liverpool john. Moores university is also visiting professor of psychology at chill alongkorn. Corn university in bangkok was estimated. There are about one and a half million species of fungi. Today of this we only know about five to six percent which had been scientifically investigated and understood so only a small french in of the living. Well go the fan. Johnny has actually been looked and recent research suggested. That's fact the figure of one point. Five million is a considerable underestimate. It could be two to three million dollars easily. They are important in the recycling of nutrients which maintain soil fertility old leaves. An older debris in on forest is broken down namely mainly by on gay and then it is incorporated into the soil nutrients for flunk growth that also vary in bulletin for example by degradation. They can break down many toxic compounds. And there's a whole new sphere opened up looking by a remediation whereas fungi of being used to break down heavy metal contamination in soil looking at so uranium one for example is being looked at in recent years by t even dundee university. There are vital mica rizal associates. This is where the fungus teams together with the roots of flounce and in particular with trees. They all vital of the maintaining their life than the health of the rainforest imagined without the rain forest. What were we have less. And we can't get antibiotics medicine. Antibiotics and medicine lacosse the penicillins. And the catholics bore ins all two of the most important groups that unto -biotics the penicillins all still the most widely used of all the antibiotics today. Tony wallis friend fellow my colleges. Roy what ling has links with both the original discovery of penicillin by alexander fleming as well as beatrix potter's artwork well by connection only flooding. Is that as a young bomb are supposed about the trix fought the start painting her first. Fungi a schoolboy went to organization in your show which studied fungi. One of the people that meant to be a guy called to jolly latouche. He was the young mom who was experimenting with penicilliums. In the loud beneath fleming thought that jarmusch cultures were escaping. Went upstairs infected. Poor old fleming's cultures who was working there on nasal drop close on. It was one of these. Pedophilia but produced this area around the droplet from the nose on the seem to indicate that there was some antagonist between the organisms connection ways flooding but beatrix had grown penicillin. Culture she had to illustrate them because they got into droplets of water when she was looking. At other fungi. She was drawing everything she saw. Some of the were penicillin and later in one of journal entries. She talking about penicillin being used Some help to cure copson and inflammations and cox spy staphylococcus and so on and she was just relating water being an old custom in many parts of rural united kingdom. And that was the old folklore that if you put mold on the cutler something it would hope absolutely. It's interesting so much of the fungi story is both good and bad. A friend and defoe. You've got the ergo of rye which killed lots of people. It now used for migraine. But i was also interested that in china or in africa. They use certain fungi for the treatment of cancer. And while on the one hand. I believe it stops cell division on the other side. It's highly toxic. We've actually done quite a bit of work on the air in thailand and in china the funguses of a witt. Will they use considerably funchal anglo. Macy's the pros on bamboo. At high altitude unnecess- traditionally been used in folk medicine for centuries the compound the juices in the compounds produced by many at the other. What we call bracket sanjoy which grow on trees in a would tend to be really quite toxic as you say. They will prevent cells from dividing on the kill the kansas those. Yes but also the not very good for the nation's unfortunately i always feel very sad when i see huge areas of rainforest of down. You see this in queensland's adams of course where she'll kate has gone instead. An areas of being kids the category in world was really very good primer rainforest captaining rest across southeast asia on a massive scale. We don't know how much we losing coastal it was. We don't really know what's then that's the problem. Have you actually seen the beatrix potter illustrations and drawings. I have indeed in homage in amble side. They're very beautiful. She was obviously very very talented. But not just that. She actually had a really good understanding of the mushrooms anyway. What we call the barracks and looked germination of the spores. Heartless rations are absolutely fabulous beyond museum in the lake district. In england regards itself as the custodian of potter's scientific legacy she produced more than four hundred and fifty drawings and watercolors. They are faithfully accurate and charming art. There are studies of fossils and mosses and lichens chris. Cope drawings and paintings of fungi. Robert kelner is one of the. Museum's trustees all hurrell astute work. That we have is extremely fun. She used watches known as a dry brush. Technique in doing watercolors. And it's extremely fine. I'm extremely detail on these. Almost three dimensional. He's i'm certainly the extraordinary quality of the work that she brought to what. We have a cessive archaeological wealth because she undertook in london in the late nineteenth century and they are absolutely stunning. I learned family. Arcane pc jogged roman sandals. it's pottery after bill trix. Potter's scientific paper was snubbed. By the finance society her interest in fungi appears to have slowly waned. She was unmarried underemployed and desperately wanted to be financially independent from her parents for years. You've been sending illustrated letters to the children of one of her governesses. Seven years after. Peter rabbit first made his appearance. She asked to borrow her letter back. Beatrix potter's second career started as the century ended the tail of the flop sea bunnies it is said that the effect eating too much letters is soporific. I have never felt sleepy after eating lettuces. But then i am not a rabbit. They certainly had a very soporific. Effect upon the flop sea bunnies after being rejected by six publishers. Okay so harry. Potter was rejected by twice that number. Beatrix produced peter rabbit herself. Frederick warne publishes saw the potential and she stayed with them for the rest of her literary career. Beatrix also fell in love with editor. Norman warne which displeased her parents enormously. After all he was in trade. Beatrix was then thirty nine but agreed to keep her engagement secret for a while at least tragically. Norman died less than a month later of a blood disorder. Despite this with the royalties from her books bid tricks managed by her first farm. In the lake district a year later and continued to write. She used to nature observations in all her books. Lettuce made rabid sleepy. Hedgehogs yawned field. Mice were tidy. She was very matter of fact about nature's darker truths linda. Lear death was something that she observed and wrote about. And she wasn't afraid of emotion lot of victorians were and you know if she's able to have a nasty badger and fighting and victimization in her books because that was what nature red and claw and blood and tooth. That's what it's about. The castle botanical studies of my youth informed to the reality of my fantasy drawings curator of the collection at the victoria and albert museum. Emma laws if you think about stories like the town of mrs typical male which is probably every anthropologist favorite but it has a be and a bunch of fly a beetle a lady bird and a spider. Novo they're only minor characters in the story. A bitch is doing some of an astonishing scientific accuracy and attention to be how there's a wonderful illustration of miss spotify butterfly feasting on sugarcane and it's i'm here. Beautifully observed read admiral which was a common species in english countryside. People often struck by the fact that chicks chooses to show the undefined wing which is unusual perspective for children's book the station. You'd normally expect to see the guy in the rings but bit dolphin. Joe down to the level of child that she will say presents the child with a beautiful detailed work avar and chooses quite an unconventional scientific view. The butterfly hogging it swings up. She was a fictional character. Refined accuracy that blended realism immagination. So magical and her work was probably one of the first two durins authors to actually go into much and dicing publishing houses were gassed. I mean this was almost scandalous to think of merchandising. Something that came out of the children's book but you know she started in the oversaw. The whole range of merchandise from diaper bag to wallpaper from dame's to toys to puppets to dress as be. It's all the peace. And she oversaw and insisted that it be done beautifully and had control over it. And of course eventually frederick fill all over themselves. She wasn't afraid of being in trade but did did become landed in the sense because she used that money to then by the first firm in the lake district and in the sense that was the start of the third phase of life her poor parents with delusions of grandeur and maybe wanting somehow somewhere to be landed because that would be the ultimate. She found a way to buy property and the lake district in their story that she always wanted and once she gets this wonderful house she decides that the field across the street is something that she also wants. The already had sheep and cattle and so she is by buying this property. If armor learned about veterinary medicine learns about practices becomes a landowner and then happily and ironically her real estate agent as it were william he lists become someone that she also learned to love just in the same way that she had learned to love her editor and publisher norman and that becomes the second love of her life once again beatrice parents who are against marriage this time to amir country solicitor but at forty seven. She was old enough to make up her own mind and she became. Mrs hillis. The lady farmer. Failing eyesight meant. She was less and less able to continue her writing. Horrendous concentrated now on farming conservation and the aims of the newly established national trust book and merchandise sales meant bid. Tricks was not just financially independent as she always wanted she was a wealthy woman. Farmers had been in the fells of the lake district. Since the time of the vikings and as james re banks a lake district shepherd rights while nature lovers since wordsworth has enjoyed the right to sinking views of the lakes. The farmers fighter eat off their brutal. Actuality beatrix cherished every aspect of this ancient farming landscape and lifestyle and wanted both to be preserved linda. Lear i think that they fix potter conserved land and was interested in that. When plunder was more popular than preservation she observed that the lakes and the beautiful areas. We're going to be bought up and changed irrevocably and plundered and her vision was for a national trust or for some kind of entity preserve all the was part of farming and idyllic culture of the landscape and be changed. Beatrix potter died in december. Nineteen forty three at the age of seventy seven in her will. She left fourteen farms and more than sixteen hundred hectares of land to the national trust. It is still preserved today with almost sixteen million people visiting the lake district every year. Botany microbiology literature farming sheep breeding conservation. That all of the legacy of beatrix potter sharon carton beatrix potter's you heard helped invent national parks pioneered microbiology and wrote those books for children. That portrait was produced. By phil. Mckellar and david fisher building was played by ellen schumer and her brother by charles blake music by nigel westlake.

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Easter Egg Surprise  written by Nicole Esquino

Story Time

11:35 min | 2 years ago

Easter Egg Surprise written by Nicole Esquino

"Easter egg surprise written by Nicole s Keno. Light drizzle of rain shimmered down as Lila peaked under a Bush in her backyard in search of an Easter egg. She gazed up towards the sky to watch the rainfall and she saw beautiful rainbow forming her mom always says that when you see a rainbow you make a wish. Lila, squeezed, her eyes shut tight end wished upon the rainbow as she opened her eyes. She saw three of her cousins dash by racing. To scoop up more Easter eggs, Lila decided to head the opposite direction. So she didn't get run over in the hustle. She headed to her favourite reading spot in the backyard. The old wooden swing beside the garden. Lila hope to find some Easter eggs hidden there. She lifted up the comfy. Swing pillows to check behind them. And there she found the most bag -nificant egg. She had ever seen the was rainbow-coloured, and it sparkled like a diamond Lila had to hold the egg with both hands because it was the size of a rugby ball way bigger than any of other eggs. She had discovered today. She shouted for her mom to come look at her discovery soon. Her whole family gathered around to gaze at the interesting rainbow egg. No, one knew where the F had come from must be a surprise sec from the Easter bunny said mom, this is no ordinary eg. Lila, I believe it's going to hatch, and we will have a new furry family member. Lila was so excited and promise to take great care of the egg, and whatever delightful creature emerged from it. She daydream d- about what kind of animal could possibly be in the edge, Lila, carefully took the beautiful EKG inter Easter basket and wrapped her yellow sweater around it to keep it warm and cozy as soon as brunch ended and the family said, they're good byes. She hurried back to her favorite spot with the magical egg and a new book, she curled up onto the swing and gently set the F beside her in a nest of pillows, she read aloud one of the books she had received in her Easter basket the tale of Peter rabbit. As Lila was reading about silly Peter rabbit sneaking into mister mcgregor's garden, the sparkley rainbow egg shook then she heard crack Crick crack, and she thought she heard whispering tap tap tap, the egg wiggled about then Lila watched in awe as a large crack started to form at the top of the Egge and kuechley grew down the side until up the egg split open into two pieces. She eagerly waited to see what special animal would stick its head out. What could it be? Lila, peaked inside to see a tiny, beautiful purple creature inside with pink hair. She couldn't quite tell. What it was yet? The magical creature was a little bit smaller than her grandma's tiny Chihuahua dog the creature yawned and stretched as it walked out of the egg to stand on the swing at first while a fought it's a unicorn, but there was no horn, then she thought maybe it's a special little horse. It's definitely shaped like a horse, but this magical horse had wings. Oh, my goodness Europe Pegasus Lois squealed with glee. Close Pegasus is the most famous of my kind responded, a sweet voice as the miniature horse. Wiggled her wings to stretch. I'm a terrible a winged horse. I'm so glad that you're my forever friend. Lila, the first person a terrapin seize upon leaving our eg becomes our forever friend. I'll always be here to look out for you and play with you. We'll take care of each other. Lila was grinning from ear to ear. She loved her new friend already and decided to call her Terry short for tariffs. Lila and Terry chatted the afternoon away learning everything they could about each other. Suddenly they heard a loud rustle in the bushes behind them. They both cautiously looked to see what it could be. They saw a small gnome wearing a bright yellow pointy hat with red hair. He looked like the gnomes in the front garden, except this Nome was angry with fairy sad is, hey, that's my terrorists. Give her back. She's mine. I found her egg. I shouted the furious gnome. I'm sorry. But Terry is my forever friend. You can't have her. She's going to stay here. With me Lila's said strongly will see about that cackled the gnome as he darted away before lilac say anymore. Lilan Terry were startled by his unkind words, but they were too excited to dwell on it. They ran to the house to introduce the newest furry family member to her mom. She was so excited that Lila would always have someone special to look out for her. She welcomed Terry into their family with big hugs. And smiles. Why don't we celebrate our new family member with dinner and dessert in the backyard? Then we'll have our final Easter. Egg hunt said mom, Lila and Terry setup for the picnic dinner and mom snuck off to hide the eggs. Lila made a plate of yummy foods for Terry emplaced on the blanket Tara pie love eating colorful foods. So after showing down them broccoli squash. And raspberries. Terry was ready for a colorful sweet, she couldn't wait to taste the strawberry. Shortcake? While Lila was digging into her own strawberry shortcake. She heard Terry yelp in terror. When she glanced down, she saw a butterfly net had trapped Terry the gnome was back. And he was trying to snatch the tiny tariffs. Terry struggled against the net to escape with no luck. Oh, no screamed, Lila come back. I'll save you Terry as the gnome trotted off into the woods with Terry caught in his net. Lila, and her mom frantically chased after the gnome, but he was so small and fast that they couldn't keep up. He could jump and climb as quick as an animal. He leaped from tree to tree until they lost sight of him Lilo was heartbroken. But she knew she had to say. Save her forever friend as Lila and her mom walked along the path in the woods. She noticed some cake crumbs in the pathway from the strawberry shortcake, it was a trail. The search continued as they quietly followed the sweet trail deeper into the forest. The Crump trail suddenly ended right before they reached the creek. They heard loud chomping sounds and whispering. It sounded. Like someone was having a delicious snack. Then she saw them. The known was eating the strawberry. Shortcake? He had taken from their picnic and Terry set helplessly trapped next to him. Now, you have to be my forever friend. I'll even get you more of this delicious cake. I promise not to be mean to you. And we can always play together. I'm not mean, I promise I just want someone to play with me and be my friend the other gnomes never want to play with me. But I don't know. Why said the gnome sadly with tears in his eyes. Lila smiled as she realized what the little known was saying he was lonely Lila's heart ached for him. He was being mean and unkind because he needed a friend. That's why he took Terry. He needed help learning. How to be a good friend. Lila stepped out from behind the bushes and spoke to the gnome with a smile. I play with you. But the way he acting earlier wasn't nice. If you want someone to play with you you need to ask nicely be kind and don't make demands and don't take things that belong to others. But we'd love for you to come and play with us. And we can teach you how to be a good friend. You can even join us for our picnic. There's more of moms delicious. Strawberry shortcake, then we're going to have an Easter egg hunt with flashlights. Do you want to come play? With us friend said Lila, do you mean, it you would play with me, and there's more cake? That sounds perfect. I promised work on being a kind friend said the gnome with a big smile as he free Terry from the net ratio to the house. House said Lila, she turned in ran with her to new friends towards her house, a beautiful, therapists and very happy gnome right behind her.

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Episode 564: A Brace of Coneys

Overthinking It Podcast

1:06:25 hr | 2 years ago

Episode 564: A Brace of Coneys

"For April twenty second two thousand nineteen. It's the overthinking at podcast episode five hundred sixty four a brace of Kony's. Welcome to over thinking. It were we subject the popular culture to a level of scrutiny. It probably doesn't deserve the over thinkers are like your smart funny friends from the internet. We're never happier than when we are hanging out together and talking over the things that interest is usually it's a movie TV show, a song album book video games, something like that. But I feel like today it's important that we not forget the reason for the season. And now, the we add Passover began and Easter happen. This podcast is being released on Easter Monday. So children have been collecting eggs as a as a symbol of fecundity and new life. And speaking of the reason for the season. No, no symbol, no important, cultural Simba. Title is more, you know, more trenchant on this day than that most FEC onto of animals the rabbit. Say that word again mad. Yes. Second. Second the of the the rabbit, so whether or not you were visited by the the rabbit yesterday. We wanna take a little time to talk about the rabbit, the symbol of the bunny in popular culture, the Easter bunny and beyond. So let's dive right in. I'm Matt rather? And I am joined by my good friends. Peter fenzl. Hello pay man and Markley seasons. Greetings. Hello. He's his greatest you about. Absolutely. Well, gents. Let's let's just dive in. Do you have a favorite Easter tradition? But the Alta I'll tell you mine while so that you have a second to think of yours, my mom used to do scavenger hunts for us on Easter which involved a lot of posted its of like look under the I'm not scavenger hunts. Scavenger hunt is where you have to bring back a bunch of items. No like tr- treasure hunts, where we were guided from posted note to post it note around the house with clues like look under the couch, or, you know, look on the third shelf of the bookcase or things like this to find the next post it note in the Easter basket was hidden at the end of this long thread of of posted notes which unfolded with the grim inevitabilities of an episode of law and order, so the which you know, is really a joyful Easter Drif leased miracle. But but we got candy at the end. So we were delighted we're so so so so happy, and this was definitely an improvement from parenting perspective on the hiding Easter eggs. Model because through June July and August, you're gonna be stepping on Easter eggs out in the ARD or wherever you've hidden. You're gonna keep finding eggs that you that you have hidden. And if you do hard boiled eggs that you've colored it will not be a pleasant odor throughout throughout the house. And it was a reality that occasionally we would find some posted notes around the house through June, July and August, but at least those don't go bad PD. You have a favorite Easter tradition or memory that you used to do in the fence Elion household growing up. Yeah. Sure. So we had a similar sort of hunt. And I think that hunting and kind of dig digging around in sort of burrowing and hunting and looking and searching for things that are hidden rolling away the stone as it were is kind of an interesting dimension of all this that connects back to Westley webs in various respects, symbolic and practical. But we would do everyone every kid in my family would get a basket and a present for Easter some sort of. Present. And the basket would be have the chocolates in it for the Easter eggs in the Cadbury cream eggs and a toothbrush. And then the president would almost always be a stuffed rabbit for the girls. And for me, something that's not a stuff rabbit, and so and they would be hidden inside the house, and so we would all search throughout the house to find our baskets, and our gifts and would normally be these rabbits. And so over time, you know, one end inexperience of the moment. This would often be very very long process because finding hiding places got increasingly challenging, but that didn't mean that we backed down from the challenge. No, sir. Right. In fact, I think they still do this in the when I don't think I'm going to be able to make it back for Easter to my family this year because we're hosting my wife's family for Easter this year. But if I were to go back, there would probably be some measure of hunt like this where and if you find something that somebody else's basket or rabbit. You're expected to kind of keep mum about it until help us requested at which point you would play hot and cold. But sort of in the moment, that's kind of an interesting. It was a real challenge. It was not not easy. And then in in retrospect, or over time, you would accrue, you know, in the family, this large quantity of stuffed rabbits, which had a peculiar sort of symbolism. I suppose whether they were in one of those kind of stuffed animal hammocks hanging from the ceiling or kind of littered about children's rooms them rabbits, would multiply is what I was saying, and we also did Easter egg hunts outside, but they would always be plastic eggs, and we would do them for reps. So we would like hide all the eggs one group would huddle the eggs than the other group would fight all the eggs, then that group would hide all the eggs in the first group would find on the and we will do that over and over and over again, but I didn't enjoy that quite as much as I enjoyed the indoor hunts was it like to keep to to make sure that you maintained egg integrity, egg, inventory integrity. Once once at least to some of the kids were old enough to manage things in such a way that emerged. Yes. So it would be like an I think in the twenty s twenty three twenty four springs to mind for like the number of eggs that you were looking to. Find in the yard New York. It was not that big. So many of them would be very very easy and some of them would be really punishingly hard. And there was kind of a negotiation of the how kind to be to each other by how easy or you're just going to dig a hole and bury one of the eggs and just see right dig a hole in the garden, and that kind of thing or are you going to be nice that sort of thing? But as the as the over thinkers have learned in our annual our annual retreat are heading over thinking it retreat with an annual charades game. There are reputational effects. There's a problem with being a being a bad player. There's a problem with giving your fellow over thinkers, bad charades clues. Because it'll just you know, the next hole will be twice as deep and the next hole. We'll be twice as deep as that. And then the next time they'll just smack the on your face and say, you find it you find it. Maybe that's my family and not yours, Mark. What did you do for Easter everything super? A super great on this about size from like the marathon of chart services leading up to Easter Sunday itself. But the Easter tritium for those who are keeping score at home capital scored home, but I'll just use this opportunity to talk about a brand name that you might have forgotten that has to do with the dying of Easter egg strengthening shirt, let's go with it. It was it was it was a fast long held tradition of the Lee family to always die the Easter eggs with a certain brand of dyke. It does the name poss- ring any bells. L A S. Yeah. I did. I did some of those this weekend for sure. Okay. So it's still a thing. I had no idea. Right. Like, we were just having this conversation. And like all of a sudden out of the deep burrowed recesses of my mind, right? Haven't thought of poss- Easter egg dyke it probably a good fifteen twenty years or so, and then it just came to me here. So just fun. Fact, your Easter fact is that the past brand comes from passing ASEAN, which is Dutch for Easter. So there you have. Passan equals Easter were you we get bunny aficionados. I mean was there. A was there a mythology Lor of the bunny that, you know, the the bunny came, and it it left the eggs for you. Or was there an alternative explanation proffered for for where everything came from memory is hazy if I had to guess the bunny was probably downplayed indifference to our Lord and savior Jesus Christ who died a grisly theft on Good Friday. But rose and glory on Easter Sunday. Did you do the full? Did she do the full three day extravaganza? We must have. Yes. Yeah. Lots of incense lots of like falling asleep in church and hunger. Pangs I'm mostly I mostly over the hunger. Like, Dr not yet. We'll right. Exactly. Yeah. Because the Good Friday is especially as a day of fast and abstinence, which means you get to to like what like half a bagel. Meals, and then one real meal in the sort of technical definition of fasting for the purposes of lent. And then abstinence means no meat. So so yet you have to eat lobster. I guess now that that's not really in the theme of poverty and charity and good works and an natural. After the after your break the fast eats. Rapids raw mad, you'll find not cats. But this is one of the reasons why we're talking about rabbits aside from the Cohen coincidental Easter holiday. Yeah. So to clarify for everyone Mark is of course, talking more about the movie us, the Jordan Peele film us, which we had a wonderful podcast on a few weeks ago with a lot of great conversation. And in the comments to when thinking about the resonant rabbits, which are held in subterranean a layers and consumed by the not necessarily evil, but kind of downtrodden in downcast d'appel gangbangers, a human society that wished to come out into the light and kind of murder and replace their their antecedents who are more privileged than they write. It is this sort of St. of subjugation that you live amongst the rabbit cages, and you just eat the rabbits alive. Right. Are you can kill them and eat them without being able to cook them, and it sort of? That's a compelling idea. What is up with the rabbits? In our guest, Sean was talking about. How Jordan Peele says the rabbits are inherently scary because of their eyes, and that's why he puts them in movies. But this raises the larger question of rabbits, generally, pub culture. What are they doing? What's up with that? Right. What's up with random because it's pretty frigging weird complicated and dissonant at times. The other. The other reports recent touchtone is the movie the favorite was prominently features rabbits, and that's boiling anything as representations of queens, dead children. And then other things as well. Two more symbolic, and perhaps a little bit spoiling not so much like, I don't know, man. You saw the favorite right? Like what a what? She didn't see the favorite time a big Coleman Olivia Colman fan. But it's I mean, we sort of talked about this in the Oscar podcasts how the the declining relevance of the Oscars the whole like prestige movie season. Like, I I had other things going on. And I was I was fleeing a fire, and I was you know, I don't know making making plans to move early in the new year. And so I my moviegoing was not as you know, it was not as faithful as it has been in in previous years. Those definitely definitely one to Netflix. When it when it comes out there. But I I don't know. I would say that the the. I would say that the the power of rabbits is a symbol as kind of akin to the power of bears as a symbol because they can go this sort of have different valances. Right. A bear. As is a terrifying. Monster. The of the sort that was always parodied on the old Kobe. Kobe report show on comedy central like the number one threat to America bears. Right. The the. Fierce predator kind of bear. And then bears are also like a cuddly fluffy children's toy. Right. I feel like rabbits do do a similar thing in that. There are there are several aspects of the rabbit. You know, Bugs Bunny is a rabbit, the playboy bunny is a rabbit the. The the evil bunnies. From us or the the bunnies from the evil of us or the downtrodden or the, you know uncanny tattered. Yeah. Uncanny d'appel ganger 's or. You know, I don't know the velveteen rabbit is a rabbit the and. I've done a cuddly one yet and the the the rabbit from the runaway bunny or good night moon is a rabbit Dugas. No the runaway bunny. I think so. Yeah, I think I've read that book, but refresh my memory, it's it's a little. In in the play wit that was doubted into a TV movie starring Emma. Thompson about a John done expert literature, professor dying of cancer. When when she becomes incapacitated by her illness. Her supervising professor comes in and reads, her the runaway bunny because she's in town has it for her grandchildren and had the the the poor woman the the poor ill woman can barely speak. She can't say anything, but she wants. But the the professor who is there to to see her before she passes says would you like me to read you tell you anything would you like to hear anything from John done, and she musters enough energy to say, no, no John done. And so the older woman goes into a bag and says, oh, I have this for my my. For my grandkids the runaway bunny once there was a little bunny who wanted to run away. So he said to his mother I am running away. And he goes through a catalog of things that he's going to become I'm going to become a fish in the river and swim away from you. And then the mother always says, well, if you become a fish in the river and swim away from me, I will become a fisherman. I will catch you for you or my little bunny. Well, if you become a fisherman and catch me, then I'm going to become a cloud in the sky and blow away if you become a cloud in the sky and blow away I will become the wind, and I will blow you home for you or my little bunny, and it goes on like this for five or six for five or six examples, and I'm gonna I'm gonna live off the grid. Be John Connor become a Terminator. I shall become a murderous hunter killer robots in I shall I shall find you and terminate you for you are my little bunny. So the end at the end. The bunny the little bunny is is supported by by his mother's unstinting love. And he says, oh, shucks if you do all that. I may as well stay right where I am and be your little buddy. And the last lines of the book are half a carrot set the mother bunny. Which is it's just the sweetest thing in the world. And it's it's it's sort of cuddly like cozy cuddly bunny family kind of thing and they're the same. They're the same rabbits as the rabbits and good night moon. I think it's it exists in the good night moon moon, averse. Right. Because it's the same author, Margaret wise Brown. Yeah. Exactly. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. It's it's so fi love the my favorite part of that book. I'm looking through pictures of it now is the picture of the mama bunny and waiters as the fishermen right with fishing pag like walking out into the water to try to catch the bunny fish with a carrot on a string. Yup. It's a really interesting riff on the Merlin versus Moore Gantela fade dual right? It's like his shape changing which gets replayed over and over through literature, which has sort of odd sexual undertone of kind of compliment, right? Like, you'll be this. And I'll be that that you'll become distant and I'll become bad, which is sort of also if not I guess foiled in this story of. Is it a protease wrestling protease? Or is it a Hercules? You got to hold them down and make him assume one form, right, right? Right. Right. Right. Right. The the gloss that's offered on this book in the play wit after. They don't read the whole book. They just read a couple of pages and the woman falls asleep in her hospital bed and the older professor says goodbye. But the thing is she was a couple of pages of these. And she says, oh, little allegory of the soul. Wherever it goes. God, we'll find it. Sort of depends. So really, it depends on what you bring to this stories like a lot of things like bunnies in general is my point. You know, there are a lot of different meetings that you can project onto the onto the phenomenon to make it to make it mean one thing or another speaking of phenomena do do do do is there. A is there a muppet bunny? I can't I can't think of a muppet bunny off the top of my head areas. But I think it's a minor one that might have appeared later a minor. Ma then we see is there is there like a mu- there's being bunny. This is is that. Yeah. And he's he's from nine hundred eighty six I was something like rang a distant bell in my mind for this. And I looked it up. Yes. Bean bunny is a latter day bunny that letter dated muppet rather who joined as part of something called the bu- the tale of the bunny picnic, and he has the general look of the jug band. He has the kind of is that are all pupils that he doesn't have the kind of is with whites that most of them up. It's have to make them more kind of identifiable as human. He has kind of alienated is has the button mom is the button is not the googly eyes. Right. Right. Right. Which is which is an interesting taxonomy of anthropomorphized nation right is the buck the button night animals? It's sort of the lamb chops play along versus the Muppets. The button is versus the googly eyes. And whether to what degree they seem expressed or various generations of ninja turtles have similar sorts of taxonomy. Do they have full on googly eyes? Or are there is merely white triangles the sort of alienate them further and separate them from amenity. Well, yeah. But bunnies. So like you mentioned bears, which I feel like it's really interesting, and there's this storytelling platonic ideal of what a bear is. That doesn't really match the natural reality of the bear. And I feel like that resonates a lot with bunnies and rabbits, just unpack it a little bit, right? Because it almost sort of seems like the notional bunny is a fictional creature like a fantasy creature that combines a dimension a series of dimensions and aspects that don't belong to anyone animal into this notion this idea and a lot of it has to do with kind of the movement of peoples so just to flesh out really fast. And I'm interested in what you guys have to say about this is I make a couple of distinctions, right? Which is that you have rabbits and you have hairs right, which are different kinds of animals nine why not classic rabbit hair dichotomy goals. Exactly, the classic rabbit hair dichotomy wherein, a rabbit and part of the confusion is that these animals are not necessarily native to all the places where people. Talk about them. And a lot of the vocabulary vocabulary of the Mets developed over time in different parts of the world has been spread by the fact that they exist in the bible right that they are. They are mentioned in the bible, and it's such places to which they are not native creatures would have descriptions of them that were in the bible that had to be translated and would interact with the language in different ways. But a rabbit is a cuddly animal that can be domesticated and lives in Burrows under the ground, and is thought of as kind of sort of docile and an eats vegetables. But it's sort of cuddly and snugly and nice. And this is kind of animal that you have in your house, maybe with these more. So that's not good night moon rabbit. Yeah. That's the rabbit and the hair delivers above ground in thickets. And is the is not domesticate -able is wild and runs fast and jumps high. So like when we think of rabbits as having the aspects of being able to run or jump or being fast or quick or evasive. We're really talking about hairs, which are kind of also. Something of an agricultural pest. Whereas yes, bunny rabbits can also eat your vegetables but hairs can kind of run around and allude capture. Right. And so and this is somewhat identified in Beatrix Potter, right where they're around. There's you know, rabbits, and hares Peter rabbit is as and they're depicted as cousins, but these animals are not actually related, and then you have bunnies, which are which is a word for a baby rabbit that actually comes from a word for a baby squirrel, which means sort of like a small adorable cuddly thing and there's the old word for for. I think the old word is Coney like Coney island's right, which is a name for rabbits, which is connected with like lewd. And I think it's connected. Mostly by coincidence. With dirty words, and then sort of anatomical curse words. And so because it Coney Island is not the way that it was originally pronounced. And so you have this weird cavalcade we're like a rabbit used to be a baby Coney. But then the rabbit becomes the adult Coney because the Cody is a bad word in English. And then the word buddy, which used to be a name for a squirrel a baby squirrel becomes the name for a baby rabbits because we no longer have a name for a baby rabbits. And then also there were no rabbits in North America. So all the hairs start getting called rabbits by Americans or bunnies. And so it all kind of gets amalgamated into this rabbit bunny fantasy creature that has all these various dimensions that we get to the point where we get to Bugs Bunny who very who in certain ways is very clearly a hair right in that. He runs fast, and he's allusive, and he he's not domesticate -able. But you know, he's a buddy in that he's sort of cuddly and his coloring and his sociability is ability to get along with humans, but he also borough. So he's like a rabbit, and so there's all these different dimensions. And I guess my hypothesis combining from all this is that the ways in which rabbits are bunnies. This whole sort of this conglomeration. Creatures which look similar, but are not actually the same animal. Into one sort of unified symbol is used to a lucid eight various sorts of salient cleavages in the behavior or social participation of people or various sorts of moral lessons that we think of and some of it is gender coated in that sort hairs or seen as masculine and kind of rabbits or seen as feminine and sort of bringing out the rabbit aspects rather than the hair aspect of the rabbit here continuum identify something as more kind of either Victorian civilized or feminine. And and then they bring out the hair aspect is more like either liberated or masculine. And it's interesting to see rabbits and bunnies. Kind of adopt. These different sort of characteristics across different sorts of of cultural symbols. That's my kind of I'll point out that Alice in wonderland Alice's. I guess what is the first book actually called Alice's adventures underground has to right. The the. Yes. Thinking about. Yeah. Yeah. So there's the white rabbit who is a rabid in that he boroughs. He's identified with civilization. He's kind of tethered to civilization by his pocket watch. He's running around. He's late. He's governed by chronology or chronology. He he is of the logos. And. And he's governed by the logos. And the March hare who is at the mad Hatters table at the mad Hatters tea party. And the is, you know, expresses the kind of the wild the aspect of wildness the aspect of ungovernability being tricky and is not governed by the logos. In that. They, you know, there is this this whole discussion. I think of unbirthday at the, you know, and he's kind of the he's the unwrap it he's you know, a. Just a giant. He is he is negation made furry, right? And that is that's what the that's the kind of the hair aspect. And it's important that he belongs in the underground world. And he belongs in the in the kind of the crazy town of. Of the the what through the looking glass world, and whereas the rabbit kind of moves between worlds there isn't a bunny. But it's I'm sure Alice lake has a maybe a stuffed bunny or something like that right in the bunny is is a notional category that lives in the hearts and minds of children. So there you go. Yeah. Is it so interesting, and I also worth noting that in popular depiction, the white rabbit is white and the March hare is Brown. And that was that was in the Disney movie. That's an I think a lot of illustrations of the including the originals, which I think reflects both kind of racial cleavages and also kind of performance of participations in racial cleavages. You know, sort of the March hare is more energetic. You know, you can think of them as either tan or as color and the white rabbit, whereas a waistcoat and has a monocle, and is always, you know, as you said of the logos. Also, always trying to late for an important date. Right has structured time the white rabbit has structured time that it needs to attend to and that's part of its whiteness as well of it's part as part of its as rabbit nece. I mean, the rabbit that sticks out to me then that kind of. Combines both of these things into an interesting, and it kind of interesting. I guess what not entirely resolved. Cross purpose is is peppy the rabbit from star FOX who you might not necessarily know of as a rabbit, but you might know of as a advocate of barrel. Rolls. So to get into the rabbit taxonomy of Pepi rabbit from star FOX rabbit hair dichotomy peppy, the rabbit from star FOX is star. Fox's father's friend. So he is a rabbit fighter pilot. Right. And so in being a fighter pilot. He has hair aspects in that he is he lucid, and he kind of and then the star FOX team are always kind of underdogs that are trying to go up against some sort of armada and so- peppy having this history. An even in his name is his speed, right? He has hair aspects, but peppy in his relationship to FOX has rabbit aspects in that Pepi is the sort of surrogate father figure who is the voice of reason. Right. You have Falco the the bird who is the rebel who has who has never wants to obey. What the team is doing wants to go away and prove himself. He's the teenager that you have slippy who is the child the frog who's always getting into trouble. It needs to be rescued. But then you have peppy who is the reliable one who kind of supports the team. And teaches you how to do a barrel. Roll which in star FOX is a defensive maneuver right by spinning your ship around you can deflect lasers. And so the rabbit aspect of Pepi is this sort of domestic protector who is upholding the idea of the linear already of the family, and the responsibility that the team has free other. But the hair aspect of Pepi is a fast underdog fighter pilot who has kind of aged into the idea of being a rabbit, and it's interesting that Pepi has kind of Brown ears and Brown and Brown skin around his eyes. But has like a big white ish knows. And so he has both the hair and the rabbit aspects that are going on which I feel like is really interesting. I mean, I don't know of any rabbits that jump to mind for you guys. I think this is a good time to bring up another rabbit slash hair that straddles both parts of this divide, which is the playboy bunny. Okay. Right. Okay. So I'll try to unpack this. So let's start with this. Right. The hair aspect of the playboy the playboy bunny. First of all is both the mascot for the magazine in the brand of playboy, which we all know a software pornography for men of women. And it's also though, right? What the women have been dressed up as they put on a little outfit with the ears and also with air colloquially referred to. So the hair aspect, of course, is like Hugh, Hefner dislike the trick sear. Wildly masculine also like sexual creature. Right. We have barely. We've talked about like hump of like bunnies aspect of this creature. So that's the hair part of it. And then the Ravin part of it while it's in. It's the dos islets to cute is that like a clean way to. Describe what's going on here. It's always interested. It's not I wouldn't say, it's always interested me. But occasionally when it is come to mind, I found it a bit confounding that in a playboy logo the rabbit has a bow tie in a caller, right? But in the actual, playboy pageantry, the rabbits are the women who've been put into this sort of subservient sexual position, right? And the plan it's called playboy, and the sort of general idea of it is that the men are sort of issuing traditional constraints on what a man is expected to do in terms of being serious. Right. It makes me think of that part of the bible where it's like, well when became a man, I put away childish things and the idea of being a playboy is that you never really fully put away childish things, and that sort of Hugh, Hefner proposition is the idea that as an adult you should and can continue to embrace childish things. And that there sort of an intellectually sophisticated way of doing it. So that you re. Event. It's sort of it's similar to Ghostbusters in the respect that there is a rejection of tradition that feels liberating, but there's also a kind of embracing of particular sort of man almost invariably white who is kind of not has any sort of responsibility for anything else, which feels like it's not liberating. And there's this weird tension. So why why is it an in playboy playmates are supposed to be liberated themselves. But they're also so subservience, and I guess the rabbit serves as a interesting loaded symbol of this. Because it represents both this sort of domestic it nece, and the fact that you're kind of in a borough, right? There's a mansion there's there's sort of like places home where all the rabbits have to go and where they engage in rapid sexual frenzy. And so there's both this idea of freedom. And this idea of nutty who wanting freedom is not even that they're in slaved. It's that they're not supposed to want anything other than to be dressed up like this, right? Which is I mean. Horrible ways. When you think about it? And yet it's supposed to be fun. And this gets into the idea that well, it's an animal. So it's in their nature. It seems really front. I don't know Matt I'm running up against the wall on this a little bit. It seems really challenging are you are you getting any sort of bunny related analytical little stores a little frisson of of bunny? You know, it's just a one another that that bunnies for the. I don't know playboy playboy itself is like a really complicated and multi violence, symbol and historical phenomenon. You know, the like it's difficult because there were there were legitimately progressive things about it. About its outlook. But legitimately sort of retrograde things about it or definitely retrograde. I should say things about its outlook as well. The huge sexism not least among those. But that like the bunny. It's funny that that that there's kind of a bunny nece that you can that you can participate in and and the bunny the the for the for the men as you say, the largely white men do who are rich enough to join playboy clubs in pan of who live this this kind of urban Sophisticat life, right? Like, it's this life itself is kind of an interesting hybrid because it involves not, you know, like this this rebellion against like the man in the gray flannel suit, kind of conformity. That the kind of Don Draper, the exterior of Don Draper, right? Kind of conformity at least at the beginning of of madman. A rebellion against that in the sense of like, not not giving up an interest in jazz music, or you know, I don't know. Progressive politics or arch? Earthy ing. Yeah. Exactly. Yeah. Sure. Right. Yeah. The Lur certain kinds of like leisure outdoor activities as sensitive like a sense of vitality holding onto a sense of vitality and of engagement in the world that that in itself, we don't necessarily find. That we don't necessarily find discreditable. On the other hand, it involves, you know, a lack of seriousness about things like other people's feelings treating women like human beings, you know, like that. We would not that we would consider sort of discreditable, and that's. You know, I'm I'm sort of getting sucked into the world pool to get getting sucked into the vortex of of litigating and re-litigating the meaning of playboy, and it's very it's complicated to by by the kind of diachronic aspect of this, which is that what it was in its early days. Right. Or maybe society, maybe a change your maybe society changed around it. But what it was going to say is that it became this ridiculous farce sort of Similac rim of, you know, adolescent libido with Hugh Hefner having a relationship with you know, twenty or thirty thousand. You know, five eleven blondes at the same time all photographed together standing in a row and just weird weird sort of thing. And like the idea of, you know, d list celebrities at the playboy mansion having having sex in the grotto or something like that is a creepy and grows and terrible. And and also just just bizarre a little grotesque, right? It has become a sort of committee. Adele, art, you know, you can imagine them all with the Italian masks with the huge long noses. Right. The huge long compensatory noses, not cute bunny noses. Or lie, and that sort of taints the that taints the original which might have had a little more of a point politically even to make or maybe it's just that in the context of mid twentieth. Century sexist, it looks progressive right? And in the context of of early twenty first century, social mores, it looks ridiculous. And and grotesque, I'm, you know, I'm not sure and the bunny, you know, the the kind of decorative bunny collars with the bow ties and bunny cuffs at the. At the wrists seem like instruments of oppression right rather than like sort of cute slightly gender. Bendy costume. Costume things. Right. Like, the it's all anything kind of interesting or or provocative about it has been has been melted away by the years. And now it just looks like now it just looks like sort of straight up straight up. Oppression. Anyway, this is it is it is a confounding symbol, Mark. You're right. The playboy bunny is it. I'm not sure I it because it seems to want there there are it seems to have several ideas of sort of aspirational bunnies. Right. Like. Every every playboy probably aspires to be a Bugs Bunny, but is actually a runaway bunny who just wants his mother to feed him. It is interesting to think about you mentioned how it becomes grotesque. And I feel like the vocabulary of rabbits in America, literature has this grotesque aspect. I might maybe I actually need a fact check the because we certainly can't we've already talked about us, and we certainly can't have a rabbit podcast without addressing watership down. Right. Which is the the book about the the PA. The bloody polit political struggle of rabbits on an island. Right. And I think Stokes was giving us some some notes on his thoughts about bunnies over thinkers Stokes before this in rabbits, and it you said he identified three or bunny texts. Right. Goodnight moon, which you've already addressed Bugs Bunny, which you've talked about a little bit and acknowledged some more and watership down, which is that idea. I think it's there to be deliberately provocative, right? It's that. Well, you think that the state of nature for human beings as sociable creatures is to be like rabbits, which is. Is to you know, have make our boroughs seek out Compart seek out delicious food and the ideal situation for us is to have a borough on the edge of a garden where we can come out and take bountiful food whenever we won't without really hurting anybody and that and taking care of our kids and having lots of sex and having lots of children, but in a sort of chaste, natural and measured way and with the occasional acknowledgement that that there's a hair running around on the outskirts, and isn't that kind of funny situation, but with watership down it's like, oh, yeah. If you were to leave rabbits in the state of nature, they would murder each other. They although I haven't read the I mean, I feel like I've read part of the book, but it was such a long time ago. And I know it mostly by reputation. Have you guys got a fresh memory of watership down? And that kind of rabbit knows story. It's one of those that they sort of give to you as as a younger person probably before because it has brackets. But probably before you're really ready to to pick up when it's land down. You know, I hear ya. I hear ya. Now, what do you say? Like, they the rabbits murderer each other. Like it. Can you sketch out a little bit of like what fashioned? And why? It's just a spree killing Mark. It's just. It's just. It's just they they do a lot of cocaine, and then they they wake up the next morning. What did we do? No. No, no. It's. It's actually English. It's not American. Thank I fact, check myself in the intervening time. So I guess this is also related to England and not just America. I believe it has to do what they bunch of rabbits that have a vision of a promised land that they can live in and and found a new a new society, and then they split up into groups and and. Are trying to kind of like have schisms, and they have internal politics, and they. I'm trying to determine exactly what happens. So I was kind of hoping and bringing it up then one of the over thinkers had actually read this book recently, which is kind of a vain hope because you guys have watched Highlander recently. And I feel like there's probably a high correlation between the two I don't really know. What leads me to think that that might might have it? But it's like it has a it has. There's a military. It's like a case society where there are soldier rabbits, and the soldier rabbits, and sort of give stopover emerges with a with a cute adorable. Fuzzy ruthless, you know, s s officer kind of rabbit who polices the other rabbits and murders each and it's it's all about. To chance your question in brief the violence among the rabbits in watership down to my understanding is a is an institutional violence murder. It's not the idea that the rabbits. It's not Lord of the flies situations where the Ravitz devolve into savagery, it's more like in the absence of of stability, the rabbits organize themselves in ways that call that like. Reveal their kind of vain desires for power and domination over each other which manifest acts of murder and quilty. And this is supposed to kind of reflect the idea that, you know, we believe in the European Sidey of late nineteenth century, the people are generally beneficent that progress, you know, is marching forward, and that you know, if we kind of build our gardens, then we'll all get along. But then the twentieth century reveals horrible cruelties were capable of endeavoring upon against each other not just in this sort of ostracism from the society. But also in the kind of society that we make ourselves in the shadow of this ostracism. So so so like peppy and the playboy bunny watership down also straddling the rabbit hair dichotomy. It's got at one Paul in both camps, doesn't I maybe a little bit different. But what were you going to say? Isn't there also in in water shutdown, according to this Wikipedia summary that I've? I think there's also like a farmer who kills the rabbits. So so there too they're kind of too bad options. Right one. Is that you live that you're taking care of that you warm and happy, but you're you're sort of on the block, right? You could be harvested at some point. And then the other is that you live in a brutal rabbit, totalitarian state and. That that and that like bunny on bunny crime? You know, is is just a fact of your life or the the the extra judicial murder of bunnies. By the people who were. To post to protect them, right? Is just. Is just a fact of a fact of your life. But she, you know, I don't know isn't interesting and and poignant and sort of potent said of metaphors, but yeah, that that like. It doesn't seem like it doesn't seem like there is a it doesn't seem like there's a sort of good option socially. And I guess according to the oracle here of the oracle of Wikipedia like help help. Eventually comes in the form of flake supernatural aid. I think that the spirit of bunnies visits the good, right? Right. Right. Right. Right. Back to things that were more comfortable with what this makes me think of is thumper from Bambi who has the sort of is very thumper is very rabbit oriented because bit Bambi lives in thickets and thumper is his friend in the thicket who's more extroverted than flour the skunk and has this kind of sexual impulse. There's the the image of of thumper kind of flapping his foot, very very hard and rapidly when entering a female bunny, which I think should is something that is part of the bunny phantasmagoria, right? Sort of that is among the gestures that is one of the great gestures of Ravitz. Oh, yeah. Absolutely. The the swap inning. Yeah. The opening of the rabbit that's been sexually excited and a rabbit that that is not used to situations of excessive activity. You know, you don't imagine the IRS go around doing stuff, and what I would point out is that when? Danby which I would which is an awfully Shakespearean sort of story in certain ways went Bambi makes it story of transition from you know, baby is young is young fawn. Right. And then or an or harder whatever it is the young male deer, and then grows up into being a buck. Then man comes to the forest and kills bamboos mother, and then Bambi has to confront, you know, the forest is on fire, and there's this cruel reality that he's been thrust into in moving from the childhood sphere. It's the adults fear one of the shortcomings of the story of Bambi or maybe not sure coming because it's wrong to sort of maybe say that it's good or bad. But what of the kind of aspects of the landscape of the story of Bambi is at once Bambi has become a buck. There really isn't a space for thumper in much the same way that once Simba becomes has grows. His main out to Monin pull MBA don't really have a sort of way of truly interacting with his life. Anymore? Right. Like, there's sort of a round. But you get the sense that he kind of moved past them. And this would speak to the the kind of symbolic idea that watership down is deliberately testing for provocative and symbolic value. Which is that like there's a bunny space for humans, and it's in childhood, and it's in the home right say the runaway bunnies. The bunny leaving home. You know, you Nazi come back to the home because by nature, you're a bunny. The goodnight moon bunny is in the great green room. And there's not this idea in the life of the bunny integrate green room that the bunny is going to leave. The quiet lady whispering. Hush is not a malevolent presence. Right. There's something sort of vaguely threatening to the adolescent spirit and the quail the lady whispering hushing. Goodnight moon. But the rabbit is is happy little bunny is happy and good night moon. Where is supposed to be and supper in the thicket or thumper in the forest where mankind isn't burning. It down is like that's the kind of idea of how human could live that has a certain attraction to it and a certain kind of years yearn. Of the of normative yearning of people to create bunny spaces for their children where they can they can appreciate an experience the initial. Stimuli of growing into adulthood in a safe and controlled environment. Where like the worst thing that's going to happen is is the opening of the rabbit foot against the turf, and that energy isn't going to be manifested other sorts of violent ways. You know, it reminds me of you you talked about putting away childish things before. But it reminds me of the second part of Henry the fourth a little bit where Falstaff shows up at the coordination. And it's like, yeah. Now the parties really gonna get started. And and how now king Henry the fourth says king Henry the fifth, surely, right? Alice. Henry the fifth. Yeah. Comes to be the fifth says, I know the not old man fall to that. I praise how ill white hairs become a fool and gesture I've long dreamt of such a kind of man, so surfeit swelled so old and so profane but being awake. I do despise my dream on that's so cruel. I know. It's all oh, it's awful at far hopeful Steph, like falls on his knees in front of him in front of the whole court and his like, Mike king like like almost like my boy, my boy you've. You know, here you are like, you know, let's let's let's crack open, you know, a couple of twelve packs, but he, you know, make Lenz may it's awful make less body hands and more that grace then. So can we agree that if Shakespeare is all to be played by animals Falstaff would be a rabbit is that. Because both of his mischievous side, and it's kind of domestic side. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. He has there is his thing is kind of like a burlesque of a house, you know. And he's kind of like the burlesque of a father to Howell who is sort of the burlesque of his son. To him. And it's all, you know, it's all pretty. Oh, pretty kind of fast in fast and loose and kind of profane in the sense of being a travesty. Right. But that but yeah. Absolutely. I the rabbit when when Disney does the kind of the Robin Hood esque version of of the both parts of Henry the fourth. Yeah. Definitely rabbit Falstaff as a giant rabbit though. I don't know they they probably try to make him like Balu the bear or something like that. That would make sense. He's supposed to be as round as he is tall. We can. I think we've also already identified the notion that that the bear space is similar to the rabbit space in the way that, you know, this sort of teddy Roosevelt teddy bear has this sort of domestic quality adventurous quality, and it's sort of post Victorian. But but before going down the teddy bear teddy bear is a as ambivalent symbol as the playboy bunny. Right. Right. Right. Right. Yeah. For sure. But, but I guess we should we should address bottom before moving on or we're gonna get well, actually right there actually uses Shakespearean character who is a rabbit. Can you make any sense of that Matt and what's up with bottoms rabbit ears in midsummer night's dream? I thought they were acids years. Oh, is that what they are? They're not rabid you. That makes a lot of sense, then he's not actually a rabbit. Are there any Shakespeare characters get turned into rabbits? That's from interrupts. There is a play called the green bird by gutsy in Italian play. That where the the evil characters the the horny evil characters are turned into rabbits at the at the end of the Jenkin kind of run away. And and, you know, do their rabbit business happily in the woods. So so they so the ears on bottom are like the ears on Pinocchio when he goes to pleasure island. Yeah. Exactly. You're not the ears of a hair their ears of a donkey. Yeah. Got it got it. Although that recalls another kind of animal tweaking that I was just talking about with my wife earlier today, which is how in popular culture, the saying that'll do pig from babe has morphed into battle to donkey from Shrek because the references kind of superseded the original. And so the donkeys supplants the pig which kind of maybe changes, the tone, the meaning of the phrase may be it does it. I don't know. Do you guys want to talk about Zootopia because you talked about Disney doing versions of things with animals, and I feel like that might be like there's a whole there's a whole sub-genre of of television in movies where? In anthropomorphic rabbits, play important civic roles in cities and towns, right? Which is I mean maple town was Japanese one that I remember watching when I was a kid where there's rabbits and bears different sorts of woodland animals that are living together in in polity sort of frontier in a nineteenth century American frontier society. But hope you the main character is a rabbit, right? Or she comes from a family of if I remember correctly. They are farmers agrarian their character out out of the countryside, which would make sense. Yeah. And then so she joins the police force which is a radical move on her part. Right. The she's the first she's like a breaks down the barriers for Rabba kind. So what like there's. So that's the police force right on one hand. It is civilizing. It is law. It is order, but in other hand like she's there on monks like much larger and brutish animals. So. What's going on there? Right. Like a movie, and we talked about it on the things he is a movie that works very very well moment to moment and completely falls apart. When you consider the what you could her the thing. At a high level because it doesn't it doesn't have a consistent. It doesn't have a consistent narrative. But I mean, so Toby is about is about a couple of things it's about the lived experience of prejudice. Like, she's called the bunny cop all the time. And you know, is is restricted from certain jobs or certain job functions or anything anything that she is interested in right? Like, she's told that that no they're barriers to to doing it. The other thing it's about is. It's about how intrinsic biological differences are narrative is to become to become sort of powerful political differences. So the the carnivore Erba voor dichotomy in nature is sort of exploited to be like, the carnivores have been domesticated, you know. And they're they're repair business is bad and the Erba wars have been kind of like made safe from the from the carnivores. So no one actually gets to live in accordance with their their actual nature. And this society is is sort of held together by the things that. Collectively they choose to repress. It's very very Freudian in that way. So the the I mean the bunny nece, right? Like is the bunny Innis is like. A kind of a kind of restriction. Right. It's a it's a sort of social category. That involves. You know that involves like prejudice like cute bunny and sly FOX. I think are the things that the two characters kind of tease each other by saying once they become friends at wants it become friends at the end of the movie, and and so it's not it's almost like that. But the message of the movie is sort of anti allegorical in the sense that like no, no, no you can't use like bunny as a shorthand for everything that an individual is. So it is kind of confounding example in our in our typology of bunnies. In our Easter typology of bunnies. Oh, man, another another example another access of this is 'cause we've talked about bunnies and hairs and we've talked about bunnies as sort of ironic savages. And then we've talked about bunnies as kind of domestic. And ironically, domestic what about buddies has victims? I think Mark in the pre planning for this. You had mentioned the movie fatal attraction that seems to be something of a piece with of mice and men with regards to its attitude about rabbits in certain ways. I don't know. But like, can you unpack the bunnies symbolism rabbit's symbolism in fatal attraction a little bit? I can't actually brought up by proxy if someone else who who has seen in which I happened. I'm curious to know more about it though. I think sending she murders a rabbit and puts it in a soup or something like that. Which is supposed to be a sign of her. I guess what rejection of of kind of soft domestic dismiss still Mississippi and the embracing of kind of more, violent and savage way of living. I'm not sure. But yeah, I have rabbits are hunted. Both what for their meat in their pelts. Right. Yeah. Well, I mean, another another Ravitch talk about is that when salmon photo are going to mount doom in the Lord of the rings. They eat abrasive Kony's. Right. Which is they hunt for rabbits and Golic really wants the rabbits. And it's interesting to consider the difference in the general vibe and feeling and the more specific sort of symbolism between SAM's kind of devotional, trapping and cooking of the rabbits and Ghalem kind of slavery sewing desire for t- raw meat rather than cooked meat, right? Is that he wants Gullam wants he'd meet the rabbit raw. I like the tethered in us who eat the rabbit raw kind of involuntarily underground, but Ghalem is kind of in the sunken place. I think different different subterranean Jordan Peele concepts, but perhaps related through the character of smuggle who is is not racially coded in similar ways to the characters that dwell in those sort of dark mirror mirror lives. But but Smith. Wants to eat the wriggling raw fish and doesn't want to eat the rabbit. That's been cooked. He wants eat the rabbit raw like like. The various characters in osteo as well. But. Yeah. It's it's race. It's race of Kony's. Is that JR Tolkien's language of just what you reeled off top of your head, Peter. I think that's what he calls. It it sticks in my mind as something that that he's like is used I might be. I might be remembering it wrong. But. Googling it. Okay. So the definition of a brace of Kony's from the Oxford English. Dictionary is. Is this coming up is this? Is that L it looks like one of those? Yeah. So eight oh, it's a pair. So a brace is a pair of birds or mammals killed in hunting though. A brace of Kony's is two rabbits that I killed hunting that we're going to eat. So in this case, the example is thirty brace of grouse refers to thirty pairs of grouse. I guess the assumption would be in terms of game meat an individual rabbit doesn't really provide game meat for a group of people. So you would want to start with you know, two rabbits, maybe the method of cooking advantages it as well to the minimum the minimum number of of Ravitz that that you should eat. Yeah. I mean there there's also the doesn't doesn't the elder the eldest Muth fly bring home rabbit in back to the future three. Oh, yeah. And there's like buckshot still in the rabbit and that. You know? That's that's thing. I mean, you know, I don't know reeling off some other bunnies. There's the killer bunny in in Monty python? The holy grail. There. There are sort of sinister bunny late Jordan Peele isn't the only one who thinks bunnies are sinister in Buffy. The vampire slayer is much more once more with feeling there's a whole little side. Side motif about how someone is really afraid of bunnies. And they're creepy with their little noses, and what's with all the carrots. What do they need such good eyesight for anyway? So the the presumed malevolence of the presumed malevolence of the rabbits is is brought to the fore again. You know, I don't know. But but I mean one rabbit, I do remember one book. I do remember reading is Nikola along with the celery stalks at midnight, the children's book about a bunny vampire that drains the juice out of vegetables and his and there's something about the the the inscrutability of the rabbit is an aspect that is exploited knows books. I think you can look at the rabbits face, and you don't know what it's thinking and the idea like what sound does a rabbit. Make is an interesting realize how old were you? When you first found out, what sounded rabbit actually makes when it makes sounds with its with its voice. I think I'm going to be about like now years old because I have no idea it's not a rabbit little like little like chirping Ling. No, they make awful shrieking noise. His very well. I get you demonstrate for speed. And I think it was like I can't actually let's see if I can find an example, I so the. Let me see I'm looking at right now. But my understanding of rabbit noises was such that I wasn't sure in watching the movie us, whether the noise is that the the tethered us we're making what their with their vocal cords were human voices by breathing in or like imitations of rabbit voices. Let's see they make like sort of on game. Really? I'm putting a I've I'm putting a YouTube video of rabbit sounds into the show notes. Sounds like it sounds like this is rabid towns for babies, so maybe these are like funny sounds, but the sound like squeaky sound like squeaky toys, you know, like a like a squeaky stuffed animal that has the little puppy squeaky finger in the middle of it. Yeah. And I think it's the kind of thing where if you were in the wilderness in there were many rabbits, making noise at the same time, you would be shocked by it. And this is this is part of this meta narrative through rabid symbolism of the kind of modern rejection of of well, it's not a motor rejection of Victorian thinking because it's also the cornerstone of Victorian thinking, which is that human organization is necessary because of the savagery that lies beneath the surface, and that we aspire to be rabbits, but we must be made into rabbits by being cared for by by kind of shooing, the darker sides of our nature, even even the story of the tortoise, and the hair is understood by modern readers might be seen as the moral the towards. There is interesting because you can look at the hair in two ways on one hand the hair is only living. It's nature because hairs are kind of they run around in their fast for sure, but they're they're seen as kind of evasive and change direction often, whereas tortoises to get somewhere have to go in a straight line for a while. And so the idea is that the hair by nature has short tension span. Well, the other way of looking at it is that the child who's being told the cautionary tale is the hair and should be told like do not allow yourself to be distracted be a good rabbit and stick to your tasks is an interesting way of potentially reading that fable rather than like, you should be the tortoise. It could also be don't make the mistake that the hair made which was to not be a rabbit. And this this idea throughout that these rabbits. Like, the rabbit has a capacity for being weird, and savage and strange, but it, but in domestication, or in sort of adequate feeding or an adequate comforts, the rabbit doesn't manifest these things. You don't hear the rabid screeching? In in the domestic situation you hear the rabid screeching. When the rabbits out in the wild that its distressed. I think I think there can be no more sincere Easter wish. That we have for you, the listener to say may not be out in the wild. Me big fat carrots for you to munch on his rabbits have so much when they eat like the way they're knows in their mouth moves around and so adorable. It's like they have gusto right when they had vegetables right baby chewing on that Karen piece rather than being Disley sucking on its juice at night. Yeah. It's like it's like they went pe-. If people suspect you of being vampire may be incorrect. And also if any Advani any hunters who are hunting Lasca, we abbots seemed to come in and get you. I will let's hope that they just don't come and get you. And that if they do that you have the wits in the hair like nature to be combined with your bunny like domestic ultimate harmlessness and benevolence right to to invade of the various ill-will, it's directed at you at the front end of a double barreled shotgun. Whether your fingers are plugging the holes or not. Even got into bread rabbit because song of the south is in candidate anymore know, we can't notice this. It's been memory hold. But but the yeah, I mean, the Elmer Fudd I'll I'll see if I can YouTube the cartoon and put that on put that in the show notes to anyway. So that's the reason for the season, rabbits rabbits, and this and this has been the overthinking podcast. Thanks very much for listening. Thanks to Pete. And Mark for podcasting with me, we'll be back next week. With more overthinking podcasts wonder what we're gonna talk about guys. Next week because I didn't know for a sec. And I was like more rabbits because I made a whole. Get into what was it max? No rabbit season is over at duck season next week. Now that's true duck season rabbit season. They're going to alternate for the rest. Sam and max will have its day as so we'll the Rapids. But no, I think next week. It's it's if we're not going to talk about the rabbits, we're going to avenge them. But. But. Thor calls rocket rabbit a lot. The time in which it because there's cute and loyal, right? And he ascribes him qualities that he doesn't really that he demonstrated, but it doesn't think he demonstrates. That's a whole kettle of fish. Maybe that'll be our our doorway into the next adventures movie will be the relative rabbit -ness of the various cheers owned by your tickets now because I think they're also in any case. Thank you very much. We'll be back for that. Until then visit us on the web at overthinking dot com, where we subject the popular culture to a level of scrutiny. If. Does. So this course is for kids. Yes. We didn't even talk about the rabbits insatiable fiendish hunger for cereal and inability to purchase it with currency, which is heavy as burden that it's bears. They're all culture. Was ever there? A rabbit more mistreated than the tricks rabbit ever rabbit more unjustly maligned for it's for its it's guile and attempts. I mean, maybe the Rapids who next cracked by George and of mice and men were treated more poorly. But certainly not over a logger period of time. Tell me about derivates Pete. Okay. Sure. So the rabbit for some reason really want cereal. There's two children that are going to for some reason, despite the fact that cereal is producer surplus agricultural products. And is incre must be ample in order to even exist are going to deny the cereal to the rabbit by dick claiming it a rule that has been devised by no one other than themselves that not only is tricks for tricks for kids, but the rabbit presuming otherwise is silly.

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Episode 7

Drunken Confessions

43:12 min | 2 years ago

Episode 7

"Hello. And welcome to episode seven of dragging confessions with castle navy Amy how you doing? I'm good. How are you? I am absolutely wonderful and tonight, just to let everybody know we have a special guest, we do we do Tom Lawrence from Lawrence systems studios. So that's awful. In more ways than one for you. So anyway. She's turning. You really gotta be there on that one. So, yes. So anyway, we brought in Tom because Tom, this is his studio. Welcome Tom, welcome. They hang for joining us tonight over from my office. Yeah. A whole troop feet away. Yeah. So he lets was used his studio. So fun fact, now only Tom, the owner of Lawrence's studio. So, you know, he's also my husband. Yeah. That's why the comment of the full. Anyway. Yeah. Though, who better to have his first gas than the guy who creates everything. Yeah. I make stuff makes. Well, he makes us studio. Yeah. In studio rocks, by the way. Yes, thank you very much for letting us record here. Sure. We've gotten some really good feedback from a couple of our listeners that said that they can definitely tell the difference, one hundred when we were recording it in my house compared to reporting here if you're going to you'd be we'll see. There is lots of sound deadening on the walls. Yes. Yeah, what's the YouTube channel Lawrence systems? But is this? Nerdy stuff, so, you know, too well we'll see nerds following. Do you put all of our private videos and stuff like that? You know, like the crazy ones where Wiley me. And I'll, wow, wow. Where are we going with us? Oh put him down. Put him down. Lead and stuff like those are my personal YouTube channel. Okay. Like, if our listeners want some extra entertainment. All right. So what are uterus tonight, once again, they call going to low, carb, Andy soco? Yeah. You do the dune the low carb thing. It's a necessary thing. You're drinking. I have my Labatt blue lights and my Jek fire, which jealous can't have any more and Tom what do you have over there space dust? Yeah. I saw the label that love the labels. So it's a real, Hoppy beer. A space does Scott like a hop spitting space dust. Yeah, we're space. Is it very happy? Freaking amazingly. Yeah. If it was Peter rabbit. So that's your choice, beer. The happier the better, your give me the most bitter beer you have, and I'm probably going to drink it. Those bitter beers and like the whiskey the age barrel, Stoute's drag. I was gonna say you like the dragon smoke, don't you? Yeah. I think you are the one who turned my husband onto the drag. Valk. Yes, I like a rich beer. I I'm not a fan of the dragon smoke either. No. Drinker crack open a bond or anything like that. You're younger just just hall like vodka whiskey. That's pretty much. All I drink. I never drink beer. Until I discovered craft beer, yes. I think that's a famous story for a lot of people that drink beer, is that when we all started drinking when we're younger, it was always the liquor on or the Boone's farm. Boons. Water the line. Candy when I was a kid ever, like, sweet drinks, so wasted drink the casters whiskey. That was like. We didn't have money. Chest to five o'clock. Oh, yeah. Plastic bottle. It was a day when we could for the Jim bean that was that was a good weekend. Yes. Somebody was getting paid that weekend. So cast when you were younger what were you drinking me? Whatever my parents and their liquor cabinet. Oh, yeah. My mom. Liz, a Manhattan drinker perfect. Ben hans. And my dad was a MARTINI drinker. Now you understand my parents from the fifties. Right. Very common for yes, I hit martinian perfect, Manhattan trigger my household. So what I would do is it was so funny because they would put little Merck's on their liquor bottles. Oh to market. Nobody was six kids, I was the six. So by the time I came along, it was just like you would fill it. No actually knew the game like people like oh, just filled with water. No. Because then it would water down in my parents were true Okla hallock. So they knew. Galaxy didn't go to meetings, they redux. So there you go. So anyway, they, they knew if you water they're down. So what I would do is, I would just make another Mark. I just gave a pen in Drake's. And he never knew so. Yeah. In for the longest time I did not touch vox had I had a bad night. Yeah. And to this day I still shy away from petroleum. Because not that long ago. I had a bad patrol nights. Oh, yeah. I waste a lot of money. Yeah, there's, there's a reason why you're over there, drinking southern comfort and I won't touch it. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. It's a common thing. Tom won't drink either of the drinks. We have we have Jek Daniels comfort and Tom doesn't like, sweet drink. So is there a whiskey 'cause I you're a big whiskey, aren't you Spacey? One sleep. Is there wisc you out there that you just had a really bad night? And now the smell just is there any kind of liquor that you're like you turn your nose up because it reminds you of a bad time oddly enough. No, no, no. We even of. You know, puked it all up and everything, which is rare, I don't think I've puked from being hungover in twenty years, or more. But no, you did one time when. Oh, no. I know from the Gars cigar. Oh, that's definitely that's definitely sick rob partying from a cigar because I inhaled too much cigars so that did make me nauseous. But that. Sick as that made me really sick. But I went to work I sell it. Matter of fact is funny because that next morning. You know, I puked outside the client's office went inside their bid ten thousand dollar project. Gotta sold in walked back out again. Partier. Yeah. That's what I like to call a functional partier. Sometimes, you know, you still get the job done after a rough night under a see my singlemindedness. I'm about getting done. Well, that's awesome. That is so that is cheers just between the two of us. Tom yet, Laker, sweet Mexico next time you're on our show, will make sure that we have a, a actual whiskey and not right. Not the fire not this stuff. We'll get you your hot sauce. Whiskies. Cheers. Oh, you have a whole bottle or a whole, like four racks of hot sauce behind him. Would you like to do a shot of that? All day. That is actually are play on words for tech company in that repairs firewalls networking equipment, but that is actually our firewall or while of fire. Oh, that's hilarious. Vinyl graphics, on the way to that's going to be printed. We've been designing it. I don't know if we're finished with the design or not. That's a some work in progress. But when I have staff, I just kind of delegate, like make that happen and occasionally go when is it going to happen, they're like, we did customer work? I I'm like good makes money. Yeah. We've Tom does a lot of different hustles challenges. And I've been on a good. I've been most of which is really funny because actually I don't know if it was last week or a couple of weeks ago, we came up to the shop, and we are here, getting ready to record our podcast and you wanted, one of Thomson -ployees to make some kind of chicken. Oh, but he makes an Indian butter chicken bungee leaks, like insanely spicy. And I love it. So you said, but you have to make Amy's mild, and he said, well, what's mild for Eimi and Tom looked at him. And he said pepper upper is too high Amy, that's her love. And that's where I do not participate in the feeling like that. No. Now. That's very intimidating looking at it. I'm sure if even I smell it, my eyes will do you Tom do you have the your house challenges on your business or any of those? Do we reviewed a handful of hot sauces on our YouTube channel? So we, we have a category for them. So if you play list, you can just go right to that. It's honorable popular content, but there's a few people who do that people buy things on Amazon. We have an entire section of her website called the things we love, and they're different whatevers technologies or hot sauces, we love and. I love I love how not to cut you off. But I love how you say, technology or has. They are just like intertwine two different things. It's funny. If you have like a fancy website, we built and one of the things we added to add our own flair is, as you scroll, on the website, you know, all the elements of the website come together, and kind of animation, if anyone's paying attention to the enemy. They look at people comment on this. So it'll say like so many networks installed. So many things like statistics about the company, but then the lasting slide in is how many school bills eaten, and we, we update that from time to time if people. Seeing all the technical details about the company. But then if you look further in read the other detail like, oh, wait. That's a scope bills. Yeah. Working. So. Climber AXA my last job that I was on in Detroit, some guy, actually came up to me, and he goes, you're Kathleen Lawrence. And I'm like, yeah, he goes, I know you from your husband's YouTube videos. I saw you do one of the hustles challenges, he actually recognize me. You know what we should do? We should actually just brainstorming. Here. We should do a hot sauce challenge with, you know, I'll be the judge. I'm not purchase paving in it. But that would be kind of fun for the, the future to do something on here guest on here because I can't do it against Tom because time, we'll beat me. Oh, we'll that just run the fine actually. No. Honestly, the has us challenges we've done already on Tom's Tom's YouTube channel. I have lasted every single one of them only because of one thing I'm the only female, and I was not going to even for one second low. A group of guys to beat me and I didn't care how much pain I was in how much I hurt, I was gonna make it to the United, okay if I made it's okay. So here's the challenge for our listeners. If you are interested in doing a hot sauce, Jalen, please Email us, Facebook us, you can reach us at my drunken confessions at gmaiLcom or at Facebook dot com slash my drunken confessions and this tomah posted on his. Yes. So even if we can, if we get a lot of hits, and we can't, you know, do it on the podcast. I think it would be a lot funnier on Tom's YouTube channel what we could do both at the same time. Yes. Oh, we will. Yeah. Reward while I've passed and then do the end, of course if you want to be a guest, and listen. He could be your next. Well, not our next. That's bill. But yeah. If you wanna be aggressiveness, uter, make sure you Email us again. I'm going to give the Email address one more time. It's my and confessions gmaiLcom. And of course, we're always available on Facebook. My drunken confessions perfect. So with this said, so how was your week casts week was great, but you know what time it is? Oh, it's time to actually do a little confession. And anyone who's listened to our last couple of snow that we have a confession Bax time. We ring the bell. We're going to pull a magic question out of our hat. So we're gonna head. It's a box. Yeah. So she she just reached into her by just us. And so. It was at random. So Tom, grabbed so anyway, here's the here's the first question. Okay. All right. Do you prefer morning sex or evening sex? All right. So who goes, I believe me, I yeah. I have I so I have sex with sitting next to me. I know. But go right ahead. While we hope the same answer for you guys. I prefer evening sucks. I prefer both. Morning, probably. Tom is a morning person. I already knew that before thirty every morning. He does wake up very early sleep like three hours. Yeah. Try sleeping in. One hundred percent. One hundred percents doing, I'm calling one more drunken confession. All right. Here we go. Have you ever called out the wrong name during sex absolutely knots? No, I have not. I don't generally I'd never say names during sex. And Tom have you ever forgotten the person's name having sex with, he's changing it up. I have not right during during sex or after sex bowls. During all during sex. No. But if they call somebody, the wrong name like a significant other they called them the wrong name. Yes. But during sex. No, I don't usually say somebody's name during sex. Oh. Anyway. This just got really ackward the why we shouldn't record with husband and wife. My. All right. Friends for like CI was never with a guy who is very vocal. And then she was it was hysterical, because she wanted to make her boyfriend jealous because he was having someone else. She's like, I don't make him jealous. But having someone else ball and it was funny because turned out the guy was one really bad at to really, really vocal and his favorite line whole time was who's is it who's is it? Yeah. Who visit and she's like it was so awkward. She goes, I was so not in the mood, I was so happy when it was over. Once it was over, I just yell, not yours off me. Thank god. I've never been in that position. I been in the past AM whoever's friend that story belongs to we need to get her on the past. Stories when we have to reach. The sexy talk and he was so stupid at it and omega. She'd be like he'd be like, tell me what you want. Tell me what you want. I'm like I want you to fuck up talking. That's what I want you to gag. But, you know, I always always joke my biggest joke with friends who have ever been around me, and Tom is that Tom loves himself so much that he calls his own name during sex. Oh to really knows aim. But she says that. Like cam. Good. I am so good. My actions speak for themselves. He doesn't need to be vocal. He doesn't need to be. So we're, we're just have skill so strong again. Oh my goodness. That is funny. I love it. I love it. It's going to move. Okay, so out of the drunken confessions. Yes. D- other thing. That's new this week is game of thrones. Again, hold on, because I know both of you guys are really far behind. At Tom season. Seven we're. Gal Zeke right up very First Pacific seasons. Or so years, it caught up. But did you hear the news breaking story today about Harrington now? So Kate Harrington put himself into. It's a better health. Facility, which in my terms means rehab. Yeah. So I thought that was very interesting because I'm thinking Jon snow. He having hard time dealing with that he's not Johnson anymore. Phoebe come, you know, a he was now my biggest fan but this past season. No, you weren't his I'm sure he wasn't your biggest face. But I can tell you after the last season it kinda changed me a little bit. And I was like, oh, yeah, you've grow. He'll go Jones. No. Yes. So apparently from what all the undercover reports that I've read today as that he was drunk during the final filming, and he had Oklahoma problem. Really? Yes. Alcohols problem? It's a solution because so because you haven't seen that yet now you guys have no you know, that detail I want. You guys tell me when you watch that final season if we now know does not day before the final season. I know he's in the final season. I didn't say he doesn't die in the final. No. You said he's in, so you know, he doesn't I before them because we haven't gotten to that point yet. Well are so I guess that was a spoiler? But no. But, you know. That's all right. I just thought it was kind of weird that. Yeah. They, his what Okala shoes I guess for going to recovery for it. No, I don't know. I'm not going to rehab. So the other thing that was really awesome about this week is it was moral weekend. Yes, we had a lot to do. I don't know about you guys. But I my whole weekend was so full Tom Nate were out on the motorcycles whenever it was not raining. We were on the motorcycle. So a lot of you guys have fun. Of course. How can you not have fun when you're out for cycle? Most fun. You can have your clothes on. And I don't recommend right motorcycle naked. Well, that sounds like a bad idea. You know, say we have Markelle Necker here. See this guess I'm going to bug that got me when as the motorcycle. Oh, yeah. It hurt. I don't know if it was a beast eating or what, but yeah. Something out me one of is out riding well. Did you get the yet? I, I could go, so many different places with that comment. But I gonna choose not to, and I'm going to. Long long. And I'm gonna mention that casts you actually showed up at my family function. I did they showed up at your nieces birthdays. Yes. And fun. Yeah. It was good time was we got a lot of people at that party to actually listing to our policy. And now it was on your family went since they were like, oh, now they're hilarious. It's pretty funny. He should have been there down. So with summarizing upon us. I'm so excited. Winter. Game of thrones. It's like yeah coming. It's coming. It's good to be so perking his because we had no spring. No, of course and it's been bringing for like swear, it's still bring in for like another week. Did we transfer to Seattle? All of a sudden, we are like in in. Competition. I guess was Seattle. Yeah. So with rain. Well, either way, so Memorial Day has come past, and I am and flowers and I was gonna very exciting. And my backyard, 'cause it's still we still have like Lawrence going. Yes, sir Lawrence. But I am excited about summer vacations. Yes. Me too. So we're, we're trying to play some summer vacations. And by we I mean me because Tom's not always Tom, you're not into the summer vacations, no live life, so vacation from it. Oh, that's a good good. That's a good thing. It's not that you wanna be -cation from life. It's just you want to go. Do something new. You want to have a new adventure? I can't tell you though, Tom that I gone on one vacation with you. And it was and beers, ears, San was, so my gosh. And it was probably the best time I've had in a long time. So anyone who's not familiar with us Michiganders', if anyone's outside of Michigan listening to this podcast, so Michiganders' call when we lived like downstate we call going up the state up north. Yes. So every year, we used to go up north, and we would do to him beers. Unfortunately, the friends that we had they had the cabin on north moved away. So now we have to find a new place, which we're going to look into this year because I want to do this again this year. So I'm gonna look for a cabin up there for like an Airbnb or something like that for us to run. But so previously, we used to do this tube. And beers. Here. It was like the best year ever. It was super hot which was great. Because one year it was cold. We almost had I we were on the salvo. Yeah. Right. On this ABA and wasn't it really low that year? Okay. So, like we were on our tubes. And then our butts all of a sudden start hitting the ground like, like the rocks and stuff. And we'd had to get up and walk it. Yeah. Yeah, that's gone. We hit a lot of fun. So, so, so my biggest and I think your husband actually recorded a lot of it. And she, we had cases on our phones that we could record. But my favorite thing was the fact that you and Alex would not be in the water. Now the river, no guys had to find a place that we could pull over go shores, so that the two of us were there like twelve thirteen of us we have, but I for whatever reason my body wasn't not letting. One of one of the people that were group she got drunk when she got drug start speaking German. Oh, yeah. We understand we understand any always fun. Oh, and then what the my favorite part, the highlight of my trip was lost. My beer Mayberry last Labatt down the river and I was very sad because we were only halfway through. I'm going my last little bit. And then we got about a half hour later and here came my Labatt. Crazy. Like did you just kind of like followed us down the river? It was great. I, I know a couple times whenever we'd pass in other group. I'd be like shoot. And they and we through jello shots back. Throw beers at us, and it was great. So, you know is just what was your favorite part of that trip? I don't know enjoyed floating around the bottle that jello had hung from the middle of living room was funny. Yeah. So it was funny. Yeah. I had a, so the garlic drunk had been drunk on vodka. German-speaking woman, yesterday, girl, she the jello rose suicide note, jello, by the way, is one of our friends that name, Kevin. So Joel suicide, no and hung the bottle in the middle of the living room. We'll bump into it when you walked cross living concision 'cause I causes, poor girl so much distrust. It was a little more laborat- than that disease, rather take yet, and it was just it was kept it. Yeah. After probably got an ear. It was the bottle of AGA. She finished. They got her completely trashed and puking on the river. Oh, yeah. Yeah, that was funny and she has kept speaking German. It was so funny gerbil, by the way, what is cast, what is your favorite Somervaille key? Well, I have to say my favorite summer vacation so a few several years ago. Tom ni- went down to Florida. We went to Saint, Pete speech. So we went down there, because Tom is a professional photographer on top of all his other skills. He's a man man of many talents. He jack-of-all-trades master none. So if you. I miss Ramon domain anyway. Keep anyway. We go to we actually went down to Saint, Pete speech. Somebody paid for Tom Knight to go down there, waiting for the weekend for destination. Wedding. So the only thing was Tom was going to do all the pictures and they paid for us. Our entire Fettes off eight. Yeah. So we only had paid for like our food and drinks. So we go down there and so time so busy with this wedding. He is doing all the Pataki and everything else. So I'm left with all this free time by myself. So what else do so I went to this Tiki bar, and I sit down and start drinking and I make friends because you know that's what I do. I make friends very friendly. Outgoing. I know it's hard to tell. Yes. Anyway, sit this all these people are by me dreams, having a good time. It was a blast. I have never been if that's the only time I've been to Florida. It was gorgeous. It was a hundred degrees. One hundred seriously. One hundred degrees. What happened after you? No towns over taking photos, doing all that stuff with the bride and groom and everything. And I'm just like if this Tiki bar like people buy me drinks, I'm like, okay, cool. You know, whatever let these people drinks. Well, I get really drunk, I know shocker, so anyway, I smoke back then. So anyway, I'm walking to decided I'm gonna walk over wherever, I don't know where but anyway, I had a cigarette one LA remembers his cigarette in one hand and. Might in what in the other right? So I have cigarette in the other and walking, and I'm going around the pool. Well, I thought it was going around the pool play slipped on the hit and here I am fully clothed, right. My dress on everything else, and I go right into the pool because I had a little drink. So I, I. Which hotel was this. So I can call and try to get video. Trade wins. It was like resort. Oh. Sony. It was like three spitting and coughing, and everything else, he have, like the bud of my cigarettes of between one and Tom does, you know, any of this was going on. Visit he can pictures, so just like one of those oh, I think I'm a little drunk anyway. But you know what the funny thing is in the reason why this was my best vacation. It's just because it was so gorgeous down there. So you really enjoy is the only time event of Florida even though my brother lives down there, which I should really go visit. Yeah, really. But I is the only time I've been there, and it was just so beautiful in the sands and everything else. It just like this whole, like aura of everything. And I wanted this what I've been looking into for vacations at the end of this year, I want to go back down to that. Like I could go visit my brother. That's fine. But, you know, just beach and everything else. So Tom, do you have a best story? You know, but I was a kid the, the things I like the most for the times, I spent disappearing. Woods motorcycle, is to do that used to live with my grand surprise me. Also, like the best time I was probably twelve years old, eleven years old time, I get my motorcycle and we're talking middle of nowhere of north and I go twenty more miles away from where we were saying just by myself a motorcycle soldier, always, like the cherish times, the disappear by myself, and it's still. So my favorite things to do just disappear. No one talks. But that, but that's what you do. Now is. This is what thirty something years. So then explains a little bit because I've only known you for what seven eight years. So that a little explains 'cause ever since I've known you, you are famous for just jumping on your bike, and disappearing and want. On round. Right phone because I'm like, what happens if you're in the woods, something happens? Rash ops moving. So we did a sense by. This way location sharing. In case something ever ever, we watch enough dateline. Forty eight hours and twenty twenty that we know how to spotty disappeared. One point was a cop to I little from that. But anyway. It is. There's -cations are, you know, was a kid disappear on the woods. That was always my favorite time is go spend. I lived up north like a few months at a time, and it was just my grandpa early in care what he did. He was like, I don't know die. He's release. He said things like that. And. So that was part of it. When I got older, same kind of randomness of going up north in by family has a cabin up there in the middle of nowhere so disappearing for a little while. Atlanta. You know what I love to do? My husband and I even though to been beers was always fine. We loved the non planning of occasion. We sell do those are the best vacations when we just jump in the car on a Friday after work and drive, go somewhere and one one year. We ended up at in Kentucky at cave city and we started doing all the caving, you know, and it was a dry county. We couldn't drink you couldn't get alcohol. You gotta watch until. Yeah. But some of those vacations are the best way that you just don't have a destination. No. I don't really plant itself as much you know, in more recent times there's been worships, but what made those vacations? Good is. So the people I met I was in Seattle as in New York doing some interviews with people at Microsoft, and things like that for my other pike cast. So those are times that I you know, those are cool. It's part of it. The people you hang out with into. Yeah. You get to do. Or the weird people you run into. Right. But you can you can't say like the, the so our podcast, you call it a work -cation or whatever. If you don't really know, I can't define all the time, it was what I was even working when he fly me to New York. They enjoy it so much. So John work for you all just excitement to me. Yeah, we're gonna fly you to New York, we're going to put you up in a in Manhattan. So I stayed in lower Manhattan with seven hundred dollars for Dell. That's just what hotels costs a Manhattan. Yeah. Oh, yeah. Yeah. And then we're going to get your at time square and you're going to interview people who they're only bosses the CEO of Microsoft, you know, one of the largest companies on the planet, and I think they're like number thirty two fortune of five hundred list. But I sit down with those people interview them, and they're absolutely fascinating people, not just during the interview, but during the after interview, or the before when they ask like these Mike's hot let's talk about some. All right. So I'm going to get off topic real quick, 'cause we were talking about -cations, but because the Tom story, I have a question for you who is probably the most interesting person. That you have ran into and actually had a conversation with, because you are very you are successful and you're out there meeting ingredient, so who is probably the most interesting, so tough because some of you eat are interesting, but they all have different facets of what they do. So the interest in them is like so out there it's, that's it's up to down. Okay. So that the allchanger question of the interesting person, what's the most interesting topic. You know, you get involved in with your podcast and you're usually too. Yeah. That you can talk about podcast or YouTube, like, what's the most interesting topic? So, you know, if you gig side of things, I getting to sit down with a, a guy who's in my realm of where I work named Jeffrey silver. I hung out with him for a little while and talk to him and he's super nursing guy. Now, what couple of things about that are distinctive. So Jeffrey over worked for a company called IBM I heard of him becoming. No. I've never heard of that before my life one who. You are in engineer, like if you were a software developer. Whatever there is a title you receive referred to as distinguished engineer. And it's very rarely awarded to people, and Jeffrey silver is someone who's not been awarded the distinguish engineer once but twice, so he's not refer to twice distinguish engineer because once that IBM once there, so they are people who I can absolutely amazing. Because someone who's like at the top of their game in a career, but have an interesting conversation with was very conversation. Oh, about technology and things like that was was the interviewee did that was the official business reason, they're, there's e- hanging out afterwards. I was kind of that was my next question. So do you he can't get to drink? Yeah. But he can't take what they say after. Well, we can. I mean me and him we just did deep dives in technology and things like that, so minute. Very interesting. Very dynamic person with a fearing when we're so we'll chat on Twitter. You know the after I met him. So we're Twitter friends. I guess that's the same thing. So. We're still friends and we're online friends on Twitter. I don't even have a Twitter account. I don't. Because I think Twitter's really lame. I feel like Twitter is like just Ingram. It's a lot of Ingram people at I can only handle Facebook for Inguri people on you use your jaw the right circles. And you don't have any people like I have a I have several thousand people that follow me on Twitter, and they're very kind very nice, and don't be modest or anything several. Your modesty. More pleasant. The right people to be quick to block to be so. So. All right. So we kinda went on a we really veered from summer vacations to Tom's experienced. But again, I would like to thank you for hosting us and letting us record at your studio every week. And this is where we're gonna be have full Blunk. Yes. And I love that you are very first guest who I know. So you should feel honored. You should sell. Another guests. So because. Tom is being honored. You have to answer this question. I. Who are hall tests that your hall pass dead on how passes a hall pass is your wife is allowed to get mad at you for, for any hilarity that you Meads that you just have sex with you met any celebrity out there. What's the once liberty would pick to have sex with? I don't know. You don't think about that as much your celebrities. You don't have like one female that you see in a movie, and you're like, yeah, I totally do her. I'm trying to think I don't know any actresses names for the problem like I could go. Yeah. Literally don't know. And the move. I know my, my husband's is, I believe, and he can correct me if he ever comes on the podcast. But I believe his is just feel. Yeah. So, and she's married to Justin Timberlake. Yes. Okay. So like that's his hall past my hall cast is. It's a tossup right now between Luke Bryan Jason dean, but they're both happily married to beautiful women so country singers. Yes, they are country. Singers. Trauma, the girl from house over she's house, remember house. The doctor. Everyone's names turning seven. There's also seven to nine so. He called her seven, I don't even know what you guys are talking about TV show. The TV show house. I have the hiccups. Oh, the house, the. Okay. Okay. Well, we're gonna have to I'll have to Google that and see that right now. What is your hall pass gas? Nine yes. Thomson allowed to get mad at you. If you accidentally run into this guy, and he takes you back to his tell room and actually like crazy. I mean, has sex with you crazy. You don't have one either. It's just silly. And m people is that one of the guys who played doctor who. Now I love David ten don't. David great, he has even timely do how pass with him, but I do story. Oh my God. Well, this is going. Going on a whole different direction than. Honestly might all time pass gonna kit. Yeah. I hear that. So anyway. Kevin kline. Kevin kline. He's on that. No having flying underwear. No, no, no. Nothing to do with Kelvin Kline. Oh. Right. You said that and I climb my head win rate to diva beco- because I was like, yeah, Beckham's a hall based. Okay. All right. Well, because cast has the hiccups. I think we should call him. And I is. If I if we. Via wild is Tom's. Okay, so Sydney seven. Yeah. I can't remember right? So inclined Kevin Kline was a lot of movies, like fish called Wanda French kiss. Claimed his I'll mess so. Fulbe kate's. That is the list from this time at Richmond. High. She out of the pool, Kevin and Kelvin Kline cap Kline. Oh my gosh. These are so confusing Kevin Kline. Oh my gosh. How do you people in that? No, Kevin Kling. All right. So. Oh my goodness. Okay. So since Cass has the hiccups. We are going to wrap it up for the night. We know that casts has had her plenty again, if you have any comments questions anything Email us, at my Drucker confession said, gmaiLcom, come on a show. You can be a gust. You can also hit us up at Facebook dot com. Backslash my junk confessions. Thank you again, for Lawrence technology services to hosting us time. Do you have a cheers for us tonight? Sure that. All right. All right. So since thank you again. Tom for being shot, I will. Thank you. Again. Tom for being are very I guess we were we thoroughly enjoyed. Having you on their one hundred percent. So what is Tom cheers for the evening? Maybe buried in oak caskets made of hundred year old trees planted today. Two years jeers. We do like that, one you go. Tom, Tom, you're welcome back, anytime you want, like if you have a topic you wanna talk about not that we're always couldn't do. Yeah, I know. I'm just putting it out of my office would be like on the show. Yeah, pretty much pretty much. But thank you again. We really appreciate it. Diving into topics. A hor- horrible time tonight. Right. No, no, no. But I should also time on key topics. In case you guys know all right? Well, thank you guys for listening to episode seven of drunken confessions again, if you guys have any questions comments, any drunken confessions, you guys want to E mail us, we can leave, you anonymous, just make sure you put that in the topic leave me anonymous, but semi drunken confessions edgy meal dot com. And if you would like to be our guest, again, my drunken confessions, that come or Facebook dot com. Backslash my fashions. Thank you guys. We are looking forward to talking to you. Get on episode eight next week. Yes. Love ya. Love ya.

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11 Trivia Questions on Organs

Trivia With Budds

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11 Trivia Questions on Organs

"It's eleven trivia, questions on organs both body parts and musical instruments written by Mike Maximum Chuck. This is trivia with buds. What it be and welcome to another episode of the Trivia with Buds podcast I'm your host Ryan Buds. Thank you so much for hanging out and listen to my show and shout out to new listeners that have found the show from searching Trivia on any podcast APP and going who's this guy what's this all I appreciate your listening and you should hit subscribe. So you never miss a new episode they come out every single day and there's nine hundred plus to go back and listen to anytime you want shout out to my new friends. Delaney and Eric who listen in. I WANNA say Alabama if you guys are listening right now, what's up to you both I hope you're doing well I just mailed you some cool stuff. If you want me to mail you some cool stuff I have these brand new bookmarks they say read on them, and then there is a little phrase or Monica under the word read and there's a picture of me as Bob, Ross at the bottom painting trivia with buds on canvas. This one for example says read it's like cross fit for your brain. Another one says read start a fight club with books. If you like that kind of stuff if you're looking for in new book mark, these are like hard plastic coated. I have a bunch of and I would love to send you. Leave a review on I tunes and then drop me an email Ryan buds gmail.com and let me know that you did that and then I will send you something very cool in the mail some stickers, bookmarks and other things. Okay. Okay. Today's episode is all about organs pipe organs and body parts so get ready for this one. It's a fun concoction mixed together by Mike Maximum Truck Mike. So many great quizzes lately sent them to me I just had to start recording them. So thank you so much Mike and guys get ready because we're jumping into eleven questions on organs and pipe organs right now here we go. All right organs by Mike Maximum. Chaka quiz on two types of organs, pipe organs, and human organs. Good luck with this one everybody number one what is the term given to each of the keyboards and organised can play with their hands and feet which stems from the Latin word for hand manus number one what is the term given to each of the keyboards and organised can play with their hands and or feet number one Number two by specification what is the largest organ in the human body number two? What is the largest organ of the human body number two number two? Number three, where is the largest pipe organ based on number of pipes ever built? This organ contains thirty, three, thousand, one, hundred and fourteen pipes and shares a city with nutty Thomson from. HBO's series. Boardwalk Empire whereas this Oregon number three. Question before how many pints of blood are in an average human body number four how many pints of blood are an average human body? Wash number five does it take more muscles to smile or frown? Does it take more muscles to smile or frown? Question number six where is the strongest muscle in the human body whereas these strongest muscle in the human body number six Number seven what is the common name for the words are organ found in some older cinemas number seven what is the common name for a World Ser- organ found in some older cinemas? Questionable eight when you sneeze air rushes through your nose at what speed number eight when you sneeze. Through your nose what speed. Question number nine, this plant has several narrow stems that rise vertically growing from a single short trunk just above ground level these stems are about six inches thick and grow to a height of sixteen feet. However, it has been known to reach twenty three to twenty six feet. There is a US National Monument in Arizona dedicated to this plant. What is it lots? Of Info, on that question? What is that plant? To questions remain. Here's number ten. How many chambers does the human heart? How many chambers does the human heart half? And your bonus question for two points crossover between human organs and pipe organs. What is the name of the read stop on a pipe organ? So named because of its supposed resemblance to the human voice, the name comes from the Latin for human voice. What do you think that is the Latin for human voice. Those are all your questions for organs and human organs. We'll be right back in just a second with the answers. We are back with the answers to Mike Maximum Chuck's clever quiz on pipe organs and human organs. How you did number one, what is the term given to each of the keyboards and organised can play with their hands or feet which stems from the Latin word for hand menace. That's manuals manuals number one like in skateboarding number one manuals number two what is the largest organ in the human body that would be the skin? The skin adults carry some eight pounds and twenty two square feet of skin number three whereas the largest pipe organ Bass Nakae Thompson from Boardwalk Empire would agree Atlantic City number three, Atlantic city. Number Four, how many pints of blood in the human body eight pints eight pints. Number five, does it take more muscles to smile or frown? You've heard this before? It's frown. US. Fourteen muscles a smile and forty three to frown. Number six whereas the strongest muscle in the human body. That's the massacre muscle, which you can flex in the corner of your jaw. When you bite down, it's the biting part of your job strongest in the human body number seven. What is the common name for a World Ser- Oregon which can be found in older cinemas. That's a theater organ it's called a theater organ. Number eight when you sneeze air rushes through knows at what speed up to a hundred miles an hour hundred miles an hour. When you sneeze if you look in slow motion on Youtube, it's pretty gross. Number nine, this plant has several narrow stems that rise vertically growing from a short trunk just above the ground level and this is the organ pipe cactus twenty three to twenty six feet organ, pipe. CACTUS. Number ten, how many chambers does the human heart half four, two, atrium two ventricles number ten, four, and the bonus for two points. The name of the crossover between human organs and pipe organs. It's the name of the read stop on a pipe organ named after the Latin for human it's Vox Humana Vox Humana. So. There you go. Guys learn a bunch of stuff about your body and instruments from Mike Thank you Mike for Supply me with questions. 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First Cow | Cruella | Wendy and Lucy

Truth and Movies: A Little White Lies Podcast

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First Cow | Cruella | Wendy and Lucy

"Hello movie troopers. Welcome to this week's episode of truth in movies. I'm mike alita. And i'm david jenkins and today we'll be talking about kelly reichardt divine and bovine first cow the devilish origins of crew ella and in film clip. We're heading back to two thousand and eight. Kelly reiko tale with a woman's best friend. Wendy and lucy all coming up on truth in movies lies podcast. Yes hello listeners. And hannah david. Welcome to this. New revamped version of truth and movies have been gauge. Time is still like a flat circle to me idea kind of even with like getting back to go into the cinnamon things. I still can't quite get handle in time but yeah okay cuts be back at cinema cosby back in restaurants happy that it looks like things that guy in the direction. You know what we've done. We've pressed five. We've turned off and on again to offer the sockets replugged. It's in everything is the new revamp of truth and so we could all just reintroduce ourselves really. So how your associates editor. What did you do the question. O'meara relatives lead. I basically kind of sit between. David is the print editor an atom. Steel miners. ya Mainly kind of during all the reviews that we've got the moment for online. They just kind of picking up the slack. I guess But at the moment that macy involve writing a book. So that's still something that. I'm talking about in in the abstracts but no in in detail yet but watch this space listeners. Oh yeah can't wait to hear more about that you'll have to go. The detail can and of course david you all the ground from the head honcho. Little white lies right. Is that still true. You have to say. I haven't been fired just you know i've had to fend off. Hannah's advances with a massive iron sort but beyond that nothing. Now i i mean it's it's been. It's been a weird year and it's been definitely one where we've had to kind of put our thinking capsule and be quite of a bit more innovative than usual entr in working out. What would covering and how covering it and It's it's also giving us a bit of an opportunity to to sort of look. Look maybe maybe do some issues that we may not otherwise have have done or A cover films that we may not have covered so I i and i and i think that that there's been some some lessons. Learned as well and the now the relative normalcy is kind of hoving back into view. And you know. Peter rabbit's to box office. Bonanza has now sealed the fate of british cinemas and the sunlight in just over the horizon. That that that we you know. I don't you know we want to just go back to the to the old ways and so yeah it's it's it's been fun and lots of land lots of new things and learn how to use zoom and i have really bad internet. Well well long-term listeners. Remember about a year ago. You and i had a podcast that went down in history as the data. Polit where we wanted. Will we advocate able to take our children to the cinema willoughby cinemas when they're old enough to go to the cinema cinema reopened every open. Now have you taken your little one yet. Well as a matter of fact yes I did like last last friday My my daughter who is about she. She's two and three quarters. Now she's really into like the peter rabbit cartoon on cbgb's and we were kind of wandering around and she kept seeing. I mean this. This is a really amazing. Cutting marketing test case. She kept seeing the peter rabbit adverts on buses and and screaming look look peter rabbit. Let's let's follow that bus and get on that bus and and this is in combination with with a children's book. She had scored. Maisy goes to the movies which is about a little rabbit who goes to see a movie and and she yeah that combo just kinda came together and we we just i just thought to hell with it. We're going to go and see peter rabbit. Two on a friday. Matinee is going to be chill. It's raining outside. it's perfect time to do an. Yeah she was. She was totally locked into to the world of peter rapid into donald. Leeson's pratfalls and everything. So yeah it was a. It was a heartbreaking experience. Even if the film itself was shoddy. I would hate to talk about peter no of course we should mention as well. There is a new magazine on shelves. Newish white lies couple of weeks ago. Now that was launched but the first time we can talk about it on the podcast. Who wants to do the honors hannity on to introduce new issue. Yeah we were very excited to be able to. Finally do a kelly weicker issue. It is the first cow issue of the white lies. I'm not directly on the payroll. And i can say with all my heart. It's beautiful issue really. Well put together an amazing deep dive into all things. Kelly reichardt first cow amazing baking on display throughout the issue as well in there and especially outside. I think one of the all time in terms of the covers amazing design and then embroidered by stephanie. Wants as well shouting that because the issue is about first cow which is in cinemas this week. And we're gonna be talking about that. That's the lead film this week as well as the new disney film crew l. That's also going on disney plus and then. We'll have kelly reichardt again in film club with wendy and lucy. So let's kick off with cow so i is first cow in the eighteen twenties. A taciturn loner and skilled cook travels west to oregon territory where he meets chinese immigrants also seeking his fortune soon. The to team up on a dangerous scheme to steal milk from the wealthy landowners priced jersey cow. The first and only in the territory. So david kelly rajkot has been excelling for years. But because i think this is twenty four production because movie releasing get a bit more of a push than last few could you quickly introduces to kelly. Reichardt survive and how that feeds into cow. Yes she she's she's someone who i go into in two thousand and six. When all joy came out. I think i was into will oldham like the music of palace. Brothers and and and bali prints. Billy then like i i see a it was like one of my faves as it probably is is most people's so there was that was that that was definitely a hook seeing seeing willow oldham act but i think that the the push came from a friend of mine in the industry could francis who worked for a company called sony pictures. One of their earliest releases was all joy and this was like i knew her and this was this was kind of her big labor of love. I think she was kind of like quite young in the industry as well so this was this was this was her first big project and she and it was. It was very meaningful for her. So yeah it was. I was invested in it before. I'd seen it. 'cause she'd kind of you know it was kind of hype thing but yeah i remember seeing it and loving it and Interviewing kelly reicher and daniel london. Who's the main guy in it for the for the london film festival And yeah just just just being one of those people whose career rod followed. I was really upset. And i couldn't couldn't go could can in two thousand eight. I think it was. Because when the lucy was playing in the certain regard and that was like the film that i was most interested in seeing the reaction to but because it was on that kind of loa non-competition tear not meant not that many people were seeing in writing about it but they were a few underground things. Saying oh yeah. This is amazing. So i was really excited about that and yet she just someone who. I've met like amazed to see how films at festivals and they've just been really interesting. Sometimes i felt a bike that there's been a couple of later like meek's cutoff and and moves. Were like definitely. It was a kind of second viewing where it hit the hardest. Because i think a. I think one of the things about films and and i think it definitely could cover first cow as well as there is deceptive. Them that they. They seem like they're just kind of guys ing women out out on the landscapes and that say much and sometimes i didn't really do much but You know. I think there's like th the when you kind of like pull pull the fabric of bet you can see you can see stitching and it's really kind of complex and and and you know the the. There's so much kind of. I think that the a lot of films have like this richness underneath them. And there's there's there's kind of talking about bigger things and teams but sh she does she. I think what makes our great filmmakers. She's not for they're not they're not like obviously they're you know they're not kind of the yet. You have to really dig for them a bit. You know you have to kind of an and she's not someone who's going to affirm what you're saying is true. Or what she you know that you can kind of impose things on on the films and everything kind of fits. Really site yeah. She's she's very kind of inspired. By like the kind of new hollywood seventies filmmakers. They're quite kind of americana vibes to two films and and You know that tradition of kind of character actors and and you know looking at working class. People in in a very kind of heightened dramatic way and You know things like poverty and landscape. You know things things that you you don't really see much more in in mainstream cinema but And yeah like you know. First cow fields in many ways like a kind of the text for for for for the for the reichert hakko. He said okay. Right carts films don't really seems to be about anything or at least don't have stunned you with this high concepts in the way the mainstream cinema does. I did a bit of an experiment in the last year. So i didn't go to bill in weatherspoon premiered and of course with the way. The last year work this film had divisive projected Pre release phase. And just judging by the promo materials we know. There's a cow in this literally title. The titular character is a cow and in the production stills. We have one won't blow two blocks and account. That's all i knew about this film going in Anew i've loved cadillac carts films previously particularly certain women. A few years ago is full of such delightful things. And hannah can you. You need to delve into the film in order to bring out. What's good about it. But let's start with the cow cow cow. Yeah i think like longtime this. I'm very like me or Person and i think that a tiny fool is a production company. That really plays into the kind of deals you'll love of re pepsi images and kind of distilling films to That kind of coal element which some people some people hate that. And they're entitled to their opinion. I think it can also massively western films favor and it's very interesting to see. Someone like kenny wyckoff. He always think you wouldn't expect to be getting that kind of treatment. Half this film. That's kind of blown up because people were obsessed with the cow. And i think there's a lot of people he probably wouldn't have got engaged with. The phil was not for the fact that that twitter kind of tacoma on this cowan's like a beloved symbol is kind of Independent filmmaking and everyone just everyone just radio up. The cow and this film came in america last year so that but a lot of pieces about either the cow and kind of delving into like her career has a cow and You know kinda pretty like latching onto that. And i think is like kind of like are emblematic of career and the kinds of things that she's have films always tend to have like some stretch back to animals and back to kind of the natural world. So i think is like i find it hard to basic that she would be unhappy with that. I think it's really sweet way. Everyone who radio like really come to love this cow and variety salary you know. She's a great performer action. It's not often we get many like bovine performance. It tends to be like even in. Kennedy's films huddle lucy overseas. Start in quite a few The i think it's nice to finally get a good cow on screen and is the cow a symbol symbolic cow as well as a scene. Stealer i think so. I think like obviously the the cow has been brought over from england to Is kind of this. This idea of You know the kind of encroaching colonies on the american landscape and and all say like the idea that he's had to this kauai rather than just like lynn house. Milka buffalo over go. Something is is very kind of like way you self big by is opposite. Absurd he shipped this kauai batavia tabby jones this Chief factor has shipped a cow away because he misses having milk in his Is totally kind of absurd. But also i think click really kind of does it underlying seem like this kind of looking for home and like being homesick and the idea that the man is so far away from home. Anything he really wants is also taste of that and there's a wonderful moment which is at the trailer. Why chief factor is he eats a eat the cake the cookie and lou have made and he says this tastes like number and i think it's it's anyone that's ever kind of bit away from home. Predicts that period of time knows that kind of experience of tasting something or smelling something and just thinking. Wow that takes me back. And i think there's something really kind of sweets about it despite the fact that the film is often very very sad. there is like this real kind of wholesome element. Is you know these guys want to bake biscuits in bake cakes together. This lovely cow who they treat with such a cookie in nutri. How is such kindness best. I gentle and i think watching like against the backdrop of you know what was quite a brutal time in american history particularly towards Native americans anne- towards kind of anyone who wasn't a white British or spanish colonizer It's so rare to see a kind of western which really rebels in like the kind of tend amendments and this idea of like being at one with nature anything. It's something that catty is ready like their matter. One films sat. She's a master of doing that. In really kind of captures the idea of like being in communication with the natural world whether that's trees and rivers and plants or a beautiful jersey cow. You say a western. There is a western in terms of its period setting its locations that sofres frontier based movie. All these people have come with the american dream of exploits in the land but Maybe it's biproduct of the twenty four type of promotion that it tries to present these films as medically sealed productivity genius whereas kyriacou is such dialogue with other films. I was thinking if the sisters brothers is another sort of sad but tender Bromance at the heart of a western the sort of supply with and jaylen home that film which on patel on this podcast a couple years ago called a radical feminization of the west which feels like a similar thing here about guessing the software side of of masculinity. But then also david you mentioned in your review that is like mccabe and mrs miller with baking throughout oltman film. Could you unpack that a bit for us. Just because people are sensitive if they don't really know what they got from this film they are gonna get. Yeah i think. Even even mccabe. Mrs miller which is The the the the the great rub oltman film which is about kind of colonial outposts in america in this kind of almost like a kind of metaphor for the birth of civilization capitalism that that goes go sour. People that people are very. There's nobody knows what that film is. Like you know if you call it a western People people get up in arms about about to say. There's no westerns all western. I i definitely see some crossover. That i also also the the thing that re seeing seeing the second second sweep the thing that really hit me was that it felt it feels a lot like kind of More hush version of film like if felt felt like what has it wolf of wall street slash gangs of new york vibe. It's got like scorsese You know you got these. Two two chances are entering into this world. And you know if if you could have swapped out like baking drugs or something or or like Futures you know you you've got i. There's the same kind of rise in full arc in the film. If like these guys who. Who who have kind of cost there. I on this dream of of of of capitalist fortitude and then it just kind of like through reasons that kind of in the end quite mundane it just is completely escapes them and You have this incredible so topping entailing of the film like a kind of all of prologue epilogue where you where you cut. Everything is kind of couched in the kind of in a kind of existential way like you know we are. We had just kind of flesh and bones and we haven't got much time and something something very very steep. It could end end up taking it away from you. Know when you when you acting in this world be be wary if your own mortality. Yeah it's It's really wonderful and yeah. I just think it's a saw film. That's gonna i think it's maybe you know maybe alongside. I mean all her films of super super rich in this. This one's no different. Minium is like i got going back to what hannah said. Yes i think it kind of is probably the the racket film works as a kind of plugs into mean culture. The ease in the most easy. Just because you've got this Oh look there's a cow but but you know. I think that people were going to be surprised when that she see the film. And it's like okay. There's more to it than that. So what schools would be put on. I how can you listen to this. Is the secretary three scores on each film. This is in anticipation enjoyment. And in retrospect hannah conceived. I feel three scores I would say it's a full across the board for me. I was deafening excited about this Just based on the concept almost very kind of a what would would be potentially hiddensee at telluride. God's if cheese when it came Came last year just before the wells kind of went crazy And then full enjoyment wise. I think i've not seen all of keti rajkot films. I think this is Definitely kind of up there. In terms of the ones i have seen And yeah it's it's one. I can hardly imagine going backing me watching but straightforward how about you david alot. Readers of the magazine will already know. Yeah yeah i. I'm sticking with my top top top tier. Fives five She she. I think there's a there's a little story in the in the review which which people can read. I think he's going to go up online. Probably by the time this is this has been out so you to read it just sort of talks. About how sometimes. Ye kind of invest in a filmmaker. And you know there's part of part of you. That kind of is working that little bit harder just to to to love them in in the knowledge that there is there and even if it doesn't appear in the first viewing so yeah. That's that's that's my reasoning really is is contrived but sincere notes. Knock it down a peg definite force across the board for me because carrie rajkot is the very definition of a rewatch filmmaker. And this is one. That's i'm looking forward to watching what you want to link at home. I really watching films in the cinema where he can really sink into it so Still a strong recommendation. I think we're all on the same page strongly recommending first cow and you can pick magazine as well to go even deeper into that world of the film fest in cinemas. Now and it's coming up on movie in july up next we're going from the bovines. Canine for crew ella sets in nineteen seventies. London crew ella follows a young drifter named estella clever and creative girl determined to make a name for herself in the world of fashion one day. A stella's flat designed catches the eye of the fashion. Legend baroness von helmet. Relationship sets in motion a course of events and revelations that will cause estella to embrace her wicked side and become the raucous and revenge bent. Crew ella so hannah do. We need an origin story for kerala devel- from one hundred one dalmatians. Does this make the case for one tries. Yeah i mean oh god you can hear the wearing estimates in my voice already. I i've been trying to pinpoint for a few days now or some friends of mine where this began where we began fixating on villain origin stories. An icon there was some debate as to whether or not it started with george lucas and the star wars prequels or if it started with wickets and the kind of phenomenon that was that book and then broadway shows which for anyone who is been living under a rock Basically tells the story of the wicked witch of the west until she became the witch. The west in the woods was so yeah. I mean it's something that disney i think has kind of been moving to capitalize on We had in two thousand and fourteen. I wanna say A now crew allah warner brothers. Soaring heightened the ring with Willy wonka origin story which nobody asked for so Yeah it's just another way of kind of getting some. Ip spun out into another box office smash is the intention watching my. This is one of those experiences. Where questions just keep filling your head. Who is this four. why are they making. This is the story here. Is the film stars with maybe twenty twenty five minute narrated montage sequence going. Through almost birthday a younger heard crew l. historians are. Why are we being told all less. And i don't think the film for me really ever makes a case for yourself david. Wha- what was your response to crew in the first instance. I didn't like it till But i didn't like it with one caveat which kind of get onto in a bit but my my i think i was watching it. Just just one of the things. That was really hitting me. I mean you've got like you go emma stone who i think. He's really good comic actress. Who is just wasted on this. Quite of thin single dimension character Even a single dimension character who has two personalities. I mean how do you. How do you manage that You then you've got like It's just so badly written. There's just like you've you've also got emma thompson. Who is support. Who is this kind of devilish Fashion designer who is the kind of the obviously you know our antagonised that with the women to not like is that she good. And there's another antagonised who's really bad Who played by thomson. The baroness and she. She's supposed to have all these kind of withering shutdowns and i i was trying to. I'm just trying to think back was. I'm not even sure there was one that hit united has one that was like yes. That's really cool. That's quotable that's memorable She's giving everything but everyone and everything is let down by the writing Even even yeah this weird you know twenty five minute prologue up about her birth. You know it goes right back to her her birth and her childhood. And it's just like you know. I it just smacks of like you know this is the for. It feels like a kind of first draft. Feels like let's just write everything out and see what it looks like. And they were all. This is fine. let's just do it. Yeah it everything is kind of signpost and you you know everything's going to happen but let let me let me. Let's not waste time on on on all the bad things about crew. Such is like the the weird production design where you have bits of modern london. Let's sean set shot on location. London where you can see like most of like contemporary twenty-first-century lunden supposed to be the late sixties seventies. It's kind of like yeah. It's is meant to signal. The death of rock and in the crew is the is punk disney disneyfied punk the one bright bright gleaming star in this in. This film is mr paul water. Hauser you say one gaming star. Because i think came in his Canine association really deserve a lot of credit poll ties. A place across it can cost budgie horace He's joined by this site. One is to allah code wink and they have like a great double that guy. I just wanted to know about them. I think lake said that delightful and polls during his best kind apples and pears. Dick van dyke axon up against like joel fry overseas british show just voice and amazon. Recycling have accents from the favorite. But paul. how's it going for it. He's like having the time of his life and i can't be angry at him for that like he. Genuine eac undecideds. This is a disney movie. And it's meant to be kind of like chilly. It over the top whereas i think everyone else was kind of like you know serious. Like cool echo is kerala. She's she's a renegade punks on. Yeah she's twisted whereas poor houses. Just say you've you've been to play the comedy pat comedy henchman. And that's exactly what i'm gonna be doing. His best is a very good way of putting it. I'm trimming that back accepting gear selectively. That because i i love him and everything else he's done he's always a pleasure to see on screen but he's playing a role that is so thinly sketched and probably ten years ago when this was first floated was meant to be the james corden roll or something but at least we were spat that at least and yeah. I suppose it for me. It's just a such an unfocused film at its best. It seems like it could be a villain origin. Story flashback from a batman film with the nineties that somehow bridged burton and schumacher at the same time. It will make a really great. Vna costume exhibition. Because jenny bevan's going together oscar nomination for this. I'm sure great work sort of going. Ultra camper also everything that's great but sixties and seventies fashion but Yeah wow what. A strange focused film. And i must say an absolute crime against the art of music supervision. Where it's just basically a Jukebox from one thousand nine hundred purpose of all the sixty seventies old classics. I send my view. But why would you hire nicklaus towel one of the best competitors is working today to make a school and then just pasta ready for it with like the rolling stones doris day nina simone like great songs but just no need for like there's about twenty of them on the soundtrack is just too much throwing money at a. Yeah it was just it john. She got so stupid and annoying way. Every single new seen it was like a needle drop. And you're just like. Oh my god you know it have you is that you could see that you could see the workings and it's just oh so bad. There's one point where they used the harmonica intro from black sabbath the wizard just literally the thirty seconds of that to go straight into. I believe sympathy for the devil. And it's like dick when it gets this where the throwing money at a music supervisors budget to just get the effects of a Petrol station cd compilation. It's not it's not right but it just it speaks to something. That was very confusing for me. It's a film in free fall and grabbing onto all of these reference points. It's clearly inspired by This of holly quin explosion. And how mugabe's good job they're redefining a character and getting the younger audience by being sort of campaign. Evil emma stone's being brought in from the favorites she brings across tony mcnamara. Who co wrote. That's a kind of do a pass on the script. But don't get much of the the favorites Qualities the same. The nicholas patel. The only thing that bringing him in just to try and get a bit of that's Backbone from the projects. He's works on none of it really ends up the. Let's do the schools. Maybe a bit of a contrast from previous section david. What scores would you give this. I'd probably give it a through. I'm saying three two one a three two two. I probably watch again for paul to house one. It reminded me of his guys remember when they announced disney plus and there was this kind of parody account of all the weird live action disney movies that that kind of cropped up on the service. I was watching this and just thinking is gonna. This is gonna feel right at home with like the computer wore tennis. Shoes and heavy got herbie goes to monte carlo. That kind of stuff. It's it's like not even trying live action family filler stuff. That that i think we're gonna have forgotten about pretty quickly. And i asked goes to three to i. Will i think you know this like sparks kind of potential you can. You can definitely see the creative talent behind the camera. But yeah just doesn't didn't grab a I think he's putting some of these things just fall back to doesn't mean there how to use them and yeah i i did a hey. This may be useful but it wasn't me definitely not for me. Either i'd say across the board a and just speaks to a real death of inspiration in the sorts of strain of disney ip management. You can get really great. People both influence of behind the camera. But if you don't have a good idea it's not gonna work as it anyway. That's true ella is in cinemas on disney plus premier access. This weekend. Let us know what you think. If that's so i cow the usual channels at l. d. rely on twitter truth in movies at london dot com via email up next film clip back to carrie reichardt for wendy and lucy. Wendy and lisa than wendy is driving with her dog lucy to ask in hopes of a summer of lucrative work at a fish cannery when he breaks down in oregon. Thin fabric of financial situation comes apart. She faces a series of increasingly dia challenges. So this film came out back in two thousand eight and it was kelly reichardt first collaboration with michelle williams who had done star in many films after that. So david you're a big fan of his. At the time. I believe yea has pre pre selanne. I don't want to spoil the story. You giving your review. I couch you gave six right. Yeah this was. This was in the days of my employment at time out london where there was a brief window where the editor at the time decided that five th the the five star rating system was just not holding water for and so we had two hip. We start we started doing six dollars. It was very funny. Because the they were instances. I remember my my the film editor dave. Calhoun he He did review of michael hanukkah's hidden which six stars and they put it on the poster and they had the stars they had to have breakfast six stars after it as a kind of like. This isn't this isn't a typo real. Mris one louder so yeah but that that was. That was my reicher. Fandom kicking in and i thought i thought this movie was even better than old joy and i think it's yeah i think michelle williams. Who's the star wasn't mass. Well i don't think she was massive massive at that time. She certainly kind of well known enough. But there was a sense of this. Was like you know reicher branching out a bit working with the mainstream actor bringing them bringing them in in into this kind of more so rough hoon role of a of a of this drifter and her dog who has just driving in a in a kind of old banger and arrives Just just just arrived in in very what should be a spot that she is quote unquote just passing through. Which is the tagline in the film. She says to everyone and every everything kinda goes wrong. Just just lots and lots of little things go wrong. One thing to very quickly mentioned is that. This is the product of reichertz cooperation with the author. John raymond who's written everything apartment debut film and and certain women they write the films and then he has novels which they adapt together and he passes the material over to and and yeah he he. He's kind of known for these. Just very lyrical t a very perceptive looks at kind of american margin alia off kind of slightly kind of tumbledown locales. And you know in a way you've got a it's it's a of neorealist version of lassie. You know it's it's it's absolutely i. It uses a dog. In a way. That is completely unashamedly heartbreaking. And there is a scene at the end where there is a kind of reunion of of wendy of between wendy and lucy which i just. I can't have to walk out the room. It's so it's so touching. And and and heartbreaking. It's just one of the one of the toughest scenes to watch. I think it's the way one of the things love about this film at. She's a very simple thing. It's just the way that michelle williams says says the word lucy and she says a lot in the film is called out the namely see. And it's kind of like i remember seeing the film and that just echoing in my mind for like months years afterwards. It's just properly if it's like a kind of dialogue version of air. Were in a good way. Well as you say. It's a film of small moments. It focuses in on quite a small specific story. I think reicher is the epitome of eichel short story filmmaker and wendy. Lucie is adapted from short story from the same collection as as film old joy. And these little moments these these little things that go wrong or these moments of kindness throughout just really end up giving you that huge emotional payoff as they gather steam as they come together. I watch you was your take on wendy. lucy yeah I kind of had been aware of it for a long time. but never really found decline of it time sit down and watch it and also i kind of knew what happened so i think was paid off because i the last thing i need is dog related tool. I can't stand films. Adult is any kind of payroll whether they live or die. Dogs peril alison perils. Doesn't sit well with me So yeah i knew i was going to kind of I knew i knew. I would probably really like it. I just kind of reluctant. Because i thought it would also accept me Wish it did but it is a great film. And i think it's really funny. Michelle williams like onscreen role within like a version of lassie from the ninety s. And then she did this like kind of in her. I think it was civic daiki new york so it was kind of when she was really like making a name. Press off And yeah it's just a really fundamentally like i think cardi caught films are is quite simple story but it's told to such care and such a clear like love and honesty. I think kiss. It's very hard to not get quite invested. And there's one scene where wendy goes to a grocery store because she's a any money and she's she. She's wants food for her dog. And as the shopper system or security got not show which is oh just the mice hateful. I tweeted this the other day. But one of cinema's greatest villains because he's just such a jobs worth and such a you know what he does has light lasting ramifications. Wendy lee scene. It's really heartbreaking and so simple but you just kind of know that his character it has is just another day. It's just you know. It has absolutely no bearing on his life. And i think that's something that nfl. She's really kind of good portraying the way that these very insignificant events to one person can change the whole landscape for another and yeah i just i was very. I think it's a really beautiful very sad film. And i think the lacy is absolutely i just think like she wasn't a professional acting dog. She's just kelly's dog is crazy to me. 'cause she she such an stall Such a finely detailed film the characters are drone so well even for single scene roles will patterson as the mechanic who is trying to clearly sees this woman's in trouble but he really wants to get that money out of or bill so does present some shred of decency this conflict. Almost between small town mentality of we are nice. Small town concedes but so mercy only goes so far. Really quite heartbreaking some moments that she becomes friends with security guard who answer his phone they become almost seems like he's going to become this great benefactor and then gives us some money and it's really i think it looks like seven dollars. Listen thing in the end you realize that may be a great gesture but in the grand scheme of the whole she's ended up in means nothing Something so heartbreaking and tragic there at the house we're told that's wendy and lucy. David would you recommend this as a starting point for the next points after first cow. Great thing is it's only eighteen minutes but then most kelly rakoff films quite short so you can bench the more in a weekend. Although wouldn't recommend that way. What do you think i think you should. I think that you could. Yeah there's there's like. I think i'm pretty sure like blu ray box out there of all her films and then certain women is on criterion. They're all they're all out there and available you should do. I think definitely do them in order because there's definitely a kind of sense the each one just gets a little bit more expensive in in in. Its own kind of unique in the same kind of unique rookie card in world But yeah i mean. I think wendy and lucy for me is the pinnacle just because i think the thing that makes it work for me is that it's like i think there is this trope cinema and a lot of a lot of directors and i think male directors tend to do. This is like have they have a female protagonist and then kind of torture. Her and just make bad things happen to her. And the drama kind of comes from that. And i think that like one of the things that's great about wendy and lucy that like that th there. Is it kind of toys with the sense of like. We're not like she's not just being punished. And this isn't just fate dealing bad cards. This is the result of like bad decisions and bad planning and lots and lots of things that kind of all kind of add up and there is a kind of you know willing to deal with the complexity of of life rather than just be like. You know we're gonna we're gonna make a woman suffer for your pleasure kind of thing so but then it's also there's this amazing scene. Where she's she has. She's forced to sleep in woodland clearing by rail yard. And this kind of drunk guy played by larry. Essendon who who in. Who's in river of grass kind of a kind of a cost that nothing comes of it in the end. But it's a real like there's a real sense throughout the film of like of danger and of survival as well and being being kind of lone woman in america and making that decision to want to like be out there on your own is is. They're they're so much more to consider than than than than what you may than. I like the the lines on a on economic spreadsheet the a budget spreadsheet so. I went from one there but the passions infectious david. You clearly depend on rajkot. And when did say. I think i'd agree. Really pick up that talks at the pick the hassle i three or four films in. You're going to have a whole world opening up for you. But that's was wendy and lucy. The dog days are over so we're penetrating from cows and dogs to a pig. Themed week next week. Not necessarily enough lead film big film out next week as a quiet place to the horror movie sequel from junkers inskeep but then a second film is the Documentary gunda a visual tour de force recommended by paul thomas anderson among others and we thought since we're going to be focusing on pigs in guntur film clip will be babe pig in the city so listeners. Let know what you think of that film or films we've discussed on this episode is your channels email us at truth and movies at tcl dot com or tweet us at l w lies hannah. David thank you so much for joining me for this revamped. Start of the new weekly run of little lies to celebrate the return of cinemas listeners. Subscribe wherever you listen to podcasts. If your podcast player of choice that leave us to we'd love to hear from me. Thank you very much listening watch. This guys will be back next week.

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GUI Pre-Cap Week of 6-07-21

Geeks Under the Influence

05:50 min | Last week

GUI Pre-Cap Week of 6-07-21

"Hello everyone and welcome. It is the gui pre-cap. It's a recap of all the things they're going to have happened for the week of june seven. Twenty twenty one before it happens. My name is bruce and let's start with g. u. i pick of the week. It is going to be lucky. It premieres on disney plus on wednesdays this year This is a change from the usual. Friday release dates in the series. It takes place. Right after endgame loki embarks on a new path involving alternative reality time travel and the threat of a racing. His existence if he fails or rejects his new quest to good motivation for tv pages on monday. Abc has the bachelorette premiere and the finale of the good doctor for tuesday. Nbc has finale of new amsterdam for wednesday. Abc has finale of a million little things. Usa network has finale of queen of the south signs network has engineering catastrophes premier and on a couple of different networks. You have the twenty twenty one. Cmt music awards and that's live for thursday. Abc has the finale of rebel. Don't worry it's already been canceled. Nbc has finale of manifest and tbs has the premiere of the cube for friday. and saturday. don't worry about first sunday. Fox has the one hundred and forty fifth westminster kennel club dog. Show live and amc has the finale of fear. The walking dead for movies coming out this week. You have in the heights which will be in theaters and hbo. Mex- based on the broadway. Play by lin manuel miranda. The story follows a data owner in washington heights new york city who has mixed feelings about closing his store and retiring to the dominican republic after inheriting his grandmother's fortune. You also have peter rabbit to run runaway. In the sequel. Peter leaves his old garden to head to the city finding himself in a world where his mischief is appreciated but when his family risks everything to come look for him and bring him home. Peter must figure out what kind of bunny he wants to be for. Dvd's city of lives assault on station. Thirty three and flashback for on line services this week net flicks you have fresh fried and krispy awake tress wish dragon and lupin for hulu. You have trolls troll to- pius season three and love victor season. Two for prime. You have flak season two for disney. You have zana mation season. Two and loki for hbo. Max you have in the heights and betty season two for video games. You have backbone for the pc chivalry tufo. Ps five xbox xbox one ps four msnbc edge of eternity for the p. c. elder scrolls online for the ps five xbox series x and elder scrolls online gates of oblivion for the ps four emmy xbox one phantom start online to new genesis for the box x and xbox one and the p. c. Final fantasy seven remake integrate for the. Ps five ninja garden master collection for the ps four xbox once which mp mpc game builder garage for the switch guilty gear. Strive for the ps five. Ps four m. p. c. and ratchet and clank review apart for the es five per gui news new episodes of gigs under the influence. Deeply upsetting beautiful disasters geek. Fathers from the mouths of madness and smack my pitch up for one more thing. A quiet place is becoming cinematic universe. As paramount pictures gives the green light to the spin off film series set in the same universe deadline reports director. Jeff nichols is set to write and direct the sequel. There is no tylenol or pot or anything like that in the studio is aiming to have it out by twenty twenty two or twenty three translation. We wanna bang. This out. quick nichols is a town of filmmaker and writer with a little wide range of work for different genres such as midnight. Special take shelter mud and loving all. Were original scripts that he wrote. His work caught the eye of paramount executives. Nickel seems to be the best candidate to continue. Christie's work this means. Brzezinski will not be involved either writing or directing which he has done for the two previous films. Now the first film grossed fifty million dollars domestically and three hundred forty million dollars worldwide on seventeen million dollars budget and has had the biggest opening weekend for an original horror film. The sequel made an even bigger splash. Making fifty seven million on a domestic box office over the memorial day weekend amid a pandemic now is a good idea. Is it too much of a good thing. And will it ruin. The magic of this franchise only time will tell all right. This has been the gui pre-cap guffaw along with all the fun times at gyi. Podcast dot com view on a contact is us a geeks under the influence at gmail.com. Call us liba voicemail. It's eight oh four or five. Oh five forty four eighty four. That's eight oh four five. Oh five. Four g. y. My name is bruce. Of course of these things happen. I'm from the future and be nice to each other. Gui podcast dot com.

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GSMC Movie Episode 337: The Hitman's Wife's Bodyguard's Podcast

GSMC Movie Podcast

1:07:09 hr | 2 d ago

GSMC Movie Episode 337: The Hitman's Wife's Bodyguard's Podcast

"If you're looking to streamline your audio advertising buys and maximize your revenue look no further than triton digital's programmatic audio advertising exchange a two x the private exchange consist of only licensed broadcasters and top tier internet radio publishers assuring the quality inventory and brand safety you can trust visit. Www dot triton digital dot com to learn more. Kim decided torn between a romantic comedy action or an indie film to watch for the weekend. Well well well. Golden state media concepts movie. Podcast is your ultimate guide to the latest movies. Join us as we dissect. The latest on the blockbusters. It's the golden state media concept's movie podcast own. Hello and welcome into the gmc movie. Podcast brought to you by the gmc podcast network. I'm your host rich mcdonagh and this episode of the podcast should become to you on june nineteenth. So we're one day away from the official start to the summer which also happened. Speak father's day this year so happy father's day to all the fathers out there and for all of you wondering what he should get your father on father's day what could be better than the shared experience of going to the movies together. So if you're just not sure what to get him take him to the movies. Let them pick what he wants to go. See and you buy the popcorn and boom. You have the perfect father's day gift and with the way movie theaters are going right now. He should have lots of pick from. There are a lot of quality movies out right now and getting theatrical releases and there are plenty more release this week. Three of which i will be talking about on the show i i will be diving in no pun intended to did new animated film luca which just from hearing the concepts and looking at the trailer. Seems like it's a really quality animated film. The plot revolves around a young boy who is spending his summer in italy and having the time of his life that he needs to conceal the secret that he is actually a shape shifting water monster and apparently when he is covered in water this forces him to take on his natural form so being in fear of what people do to him when they see him as some bizarre fish human hybrid. He does his best throughout the film to keep this secret. So that is luca. And that'll be the film we were talking about in this segment. Whereas in the next segment we'll be talking about the new film. The hickman's wife's bodyguard which is the sequel to the hit. Man's bodyguard film series. That stars ryan reynolds samuel jackson and salma hayek will be in this one. This film focuses on ryan reynolds character of michael bryce being essentially forced to give up his career of being a bodyguard but as with any crime oriented film. Every time. you think you're out they pull you back. In as some of the highest character the titular wife seeks him out to help out in saving samuel l jackson's titular hitman character. Who has been kidnapped by mobsters so that will be fun to talk about as the cast also includes morgan freeman. Gary oldman antonio banderas and it will be fun to just take a look. At how samuel. L. jackson who despite being seventy two is still able to be in major action movies. It will also be fun to see you ryan reynolds in an action movie where you can actually see his face so we will be taking a look at Hitmen wife's bodyguard in our second segment after we give you the box office report to see how the theater industry is doing on. Its road to recovery much like most of the other industries in our nation then in our third segment. It is only fitting that on an episode. That is coming out right. Before father's day. We discuss a movie called fatherhood. This is a new movie from kevin. Hart where he plays a recently widowed father who is raising his baby by himself. And if you think that doesn't sound like a typical kevin hart movie. You are correct. And while i am sure. This movie will contain some aspects of the typical. Kevin hart performance with his typical brand of comedy. It definitely has a heavier tone to it than his other films. Typically have so. I will be discussing fatherhood on the third segment of the gmc movie podcasts. Right after i give you the. Gmc movie podcast news reports. So if you're looking to make your trip to the movie theater with your dad's extra sentimental this year. Why not check out a movie literally named after the concept of being a father and once again that film is fatherhood. Starring kevin hart so those shelby the films we discuss on this episode of the podcast and in our fourth and final segment. I am gonna copy the idea that. I had back in april to examine the month of june at the box office. But hey it's not ceiling if you do it from yourself. And while the month of april would annually be one of the worst performing months at the box office june. To nobody's surprise is one of the best and if things continue to go the way they're going. This june will be no exception. Despite all the issues we have had to overcome june without a doubt. Be the most profitable month for movie theaters this year so far as we had some major releases last week and still have a major temple film like fast nine to look forward to so i will be taking a look back at some of the most profitable models of june at the movie theaters as well as the films that made them so lucrative. Have all that more to look forward to on the gmc movie. Podcast but right. Now we're going to start off this episode as we start off every episode and that is by talking about a film from the book a thousand one movies. You must see before you die. This week's feature film is the direct oriel debut a quentin tarantino and that of course is reservoir. Dogs gwen tarantino. First attempt at a feature length film would show us all what he was capable of as the film is a masterclass in non linear storytelling building tension and keeping the audience guessing. There's actually a quote in the book from tarantino where he says. My films are like my children. I love them all but at the end of the day i'm always going to have a soft spot for reservoir dogs. That was my first the one that changed my life and he is quite right because this film is tremendous the film opens with a a scene in a diner where a gang is rather casually eating breakfast. Where tarantino himself is acting and providing his analysis of what he thinks the then hit song by madonna. Like a virgin is really trying to say. While steve buscemi's character tries to tell everybody why he doesn't tip but the conclusion of breakfast. We cut to a scene where tim ross character. Mr and harvey keitel's character of mr white are making their way to the midpoint after a diamond robbery has gone wrong. Not only that. But mr orange has been shot in the stomach and his bleeding profusely so as they make their way to the rendezvous point other members of the team trickling all with the same question of. How did the cops know that. This robbery was taking place which leads to the next question of who in the gang tip them off so for the vast majority of this film. The audience is left guessing as to who the mole inside. This operation is not only that. But i mentioned the non linear storytelling beforehand while the events in the rendezvous point. Play out which is inside an abandoned warehouse. We get flashbacks that provide backstories from all the characters that are involved in the heist through these flashbacks. It is slowly revealed who is guaranteed as are and how they are connected to each other and ultimately who is the cop inside the criminal organization. And like i said this was tarantino's directorial debut and you could make the argument that it is as best movie from how it's structured to how after you watch the movie you will never hear the songs stuck in the middle with you and think of it. The same way and the amazing cast and performances. That are in this film. Like i said. Harvey tells steve academy and tim roth around the film and they are joined by the legs of joe tyranny. Mark who is the guy that is in every single quentin tarantino movie. And chris penn the late brother of sean penn. So if you're in the mood for a heist movie that's really not a heist movie. But more of a who done it with a bunch of complex amazing performances and immaculate structure. Be sure to check out reservoir dogs. I'm sure if you look real hard you can stream in someplace so there. You have this week's feature on a film from the book thousand one movies. You must see before you die a moving right along. We are going to be talking about the new animated feature luca which like i said earlier tells the story of a young boy who is enjoying a summer in italy and really having the time of his life but he is keeping one massive secret and that is he is a sea monster while he is on land he can transform into human but when he is demerged water he reverts to his natural form which consists of all the features of a fish including scales gills and tail so naturally he is trying to keep this concealed as the majority of people would not be able to handle seeing a real life seem on sir and before i get into what the symbolism of that could mean the other aspects of the film. I just think this is a really fresh concepts for a movie while it is the old of literally being a fish out of water adjusting to a new culture. I think that the idea of taking literal fish people and putting them on the surface is a fun idea to play with. And i know that disney has done this before with the little mermaid but this movie appears to have the premise of someone getting out of their comfort zone experiencing new things and discovering more about who they really are which is of course a good lesson to teach to children and i believe the symbolism here is to teach them about not only to accept the things about yourself that you may think are negatives but also whatever it is about yourself that you're not really all that comfortable sharing with the world should not be something that holds you back from trying new experiences so overall after give disney a thumbs up for the premise of this film. Not only that but as with pretty much every disney film. The animation looks amazing. Audiences will not only be treated to visuals of in italian harbourside village. But you will also get to see. The amazing aquatic visuals brought to life in this film. And as i'm sure everyone who has seen finding nemo is aware of that they knock it out of the park when it comes to those things and while this film is going to be released the same day on disney plus premium. Access the visuals in this film really make it seem like something you want to view on a big screen and to give you an idea of who is in the film it. Stars jacob tremblay as the titular luca and most people probably recognize him from his performance in room which garnered him a ton of praise and award nominations and is all the more remarkable because he made the movie when he was about seven. The film. also stars. Jack dylan grazer as lucas. Best friend and fellow simone sir. Who is the one that encourages him to go exploring above the surface. Most people rally no grazer from his role in the stephen king film. It and it chapter two where he played he. Cats break the film. Also stars maya rudolph as lucas mother. And i'm sure everyone knows maya rudolph from her days on. Snl and the comedian. Jim gaskin provides the voice of lucas father and one other interesting tidbit about this film. Director and recasts arosa is making his directorial debut with this film. After years of being a story board artist he has been the story board artist on such films as ice age cars cars to ratatouille up and cocoa. He currently serves as a member of this senior. Creative team at disney. And when talking about luca he says that this film was largely influenced by his childhood. And i'm sure he's not referring to the fact that he is a sea monster lending into the world above the surface but more so the personal discovery of oneself and. I'm sure that given his name. It is fair to assume that this film being set in a little village in italy also results from his childhood experience so once again the film is luca and this is not really film on just letting people know is out there. This is one am actively encouraging you to go see. The movie. seems like a lot of fun and it seems like it has a great premise. So if you have kids or just enjoy good animation. Be sure to check out. Luca on june eighteenth once again. This film is going to be available on disney plus to those subscribers with premium access. But if you're feeling up to it be sure to go check it out in theaters right now. However we are going to take a quick break on the gmc movie podcast but be sure to stick around as there is still plenty to get to in the next segment. We'll be giving you the box office. And seeing how films like in the heights and peter rabbit to did during their first week in theaters then. I will be talking about the new release. The hit man's wife spotty art which stars ryan reynolds samuel l. jackson and selma hayek. This film is the sequel to the hit man's bodyguard and tells the story of some hikes. Character recruiting ryan reynolds character of a retired bodyguard in order to help rescue her husband. Who is played by samuel jackson. An has been kidnapped by mobsters so with a plot as ridiculous as that. How could not be fun to talk about a movie like that. So stick around for our next segment. As i'll be diving into that film and if you're looking for a little bit more than funding games when it comes to a movie be sure to stick around until our third segment as i will be talking about the new kevin hart film fatherhood which is based on true events and adapted from the memoir of matthew lauglin which is called to kisses for maddy a memoir of loss and love. It tells the story of a father who recently lost his wife shortly after the birth of their daughter so he not only has to cope with losing his wife but also how to be a single father and there are many layers to this filmed ranging from channing. Tatum originally being slated to star in the film from it actually being produced in part by the obamas so there is a whole lot to get to you in that film which we will be diving into in our third segment and be sure to stick around for our fourth and final segment. As i decided to revisit an idea. I had back in april which was to take a look at the highest grossing years. A particular month had at the box office. So i thought it would do the same with the month of june. Which as far as my records indicate is second highest grossing month of all time so pretty much the criteria for that podcast is. I'm going to take a look. At the months of june in years where they were able to gross over a billion dollars as well as tagging look at the top performing films. That made that possible to give you a preview. The month of june had an unbelievable streak of earning over a billion dollars from two thousand eight up until two thousand nineteen but after that we all know what happened. And while last year and this year are not gonna come anywhere close to grossing over a billion dollars domestically Around this time next year that will be a real possibility so that is what we will be delving into on the fourth and final segment of the gmc movie. Podcast so stick around. We have all that and more coming up and we will be right back. Wants to know the latest and hottest music hidden in the airwaves. Offbeat left out listened to the golden state media concepts music. Podcast keeps you on the loop with everything you need to know from pop rock hip and top forty and we'll throw in news of your favorite artists concert and tour dates and so much more. Listen no further. Because this is the gold standard in music. Podcasts Low everyone and welcome back into the gsm. See movie podcast brought to you by the gmc podcast network. I'm your host rich mcdonagh and in the last segment. I just finished talking about the new animated feature from disney luca which focuses on the story of a boy and his best friend enjoying their summer in a carbon town of italy where they are going on adventures and trying new things only. There's one catch. They're both sea monsters. When they're above the surface they can take on the form of human children but when they are submerged in water they take on the characteristics of fish including webs fins gills. The whole shebang so in order to keep this secret and ultimately deck themselves from those that would want to do them harm. They have to keep this a secret from everyone on the surface. And i know that this concept is a little bit of a copy of the little mermaid but the film itself seems to be pretty. Fresh of course has great animation coming from disney and really seems like it has a quality story too. So if you have kids or you're just a fan of good animation. Be sure to check out luca. It will be hitting theaters. Starting friday june eighteenth and will also be released the same day on disney plus do those who have premium access so be sure to check it out but shifting gears to a film that is making the wednesday debut is the hit man's wife's bodyguard which stars ryan reynolds salma hayek and samuel l. jackson in the sequel to the film. The hitman bodyguard. I'll be diving into that film a little bit later on in this segment so be sure to stick around for that and be sure to stick around for our final segment as i'll be taking a look at the years in which the month of june was able to gross over a billion dollars unfortunately due to the pandemic both last year and this year the month of june will not be able to come anywhere close to that figure but as theaters. Continue on road to recovery healthily. By this time next year we will be seeing another wapping box office total. So if you're interested in what. Years had a month of june that gross over a billion dollars and what films were in theaters at the time to make that possible be sure to stick around until our final segment but right now it is time to take a look at the current box office. Totals as we bring you another installment of the gmc movie podcast box office report. And when he take everything into account last week at the box office was rather light with a film. Like in the heights. Which for some reason was expected to make between twenty five and thirty five million dollars was by those standards only able to bring in the relatively modest amount of eleven million dollars which gotta say is still impressive. Especially when you consider. This film was also released the same day on. Hbo mass but the one thing. I'm just curious about is. What are they projecting movies making money off of. How can any data you have at your disposal give you any sort of prediction of what movie is gonna make in the current climate. Yes theaters are opening up and more and more restrictions are being lifted. But here's the thing. A lot of people are wanting to do a lot of other things that they've been prohibited from doing for the past year. So anyone in the film industry that is projecting. What a movie is gonna make is absolutely delusional. Because there's no indicator you can point to from any other year to say. Oh this'll be what it will be like just in a smaller capacity. You have no idea what you're talking about if you think you can accurately project what movie is gonna make right now. There are far too many variables. There are far too many alternatives for people to be spending their time on and there is for the first time ever an alternative to where people can get this content so in the heights underperformed financially from the expectations that were set on it. The eleven million dollars at made in its debut weekend is very respectable and at this point is you're releasing a movie. You really just have to throw it out there and over the best. You really can't anticipate with any certainty. How well it's going to perform so you really have to just settle for getting what you can get so thank you everyone for indulging my rant against greedy film executives but despite whatever predictions were made for in the heights upon its theatrical release. It's still did respectable number of over eleven million dollars which was good enough for number two at the weekend box office. The film that was able to claim the top spot and bringing over twelve million dollars at the box office was a quiet place. Part two which continues to bring in audiences for that real movie going experience that you can only get in the theater and with that twelve million dollar performance at the box office. A quiet place to has gone over the hundred million dollar mark. The film has made over a hundred and nine million dollars to date and is officially the highest grossing film of the year at the domestic box office. So congratulations do john kuczynski in family. Another film that is still managing to do respectable numbers at the box. Office is the conjuring. The devil made me do it. Which is about the real life story of how someone claimed demonic possession as illegal defense when they were being persecuted for a violent crime film is based off of the journals of ed and lorraine warren who were real life. Paranormal investigators and while they may not have found any definitive proof of paranormal activity while they were alive and investigating these crimes. They're records of those cases have led to the conjuring being the second highest grossing horror franchise of all time so that horror film was able to claim the number three spot at the weekend. Box office just ahead of the peter. Rabbit sequel peter rabbit to the runaway. Which made its debut. Last friday having been released overseas for a couple of weeks now this sequel was able to make over ten million dollars during its debut wigan in the united states so peter rabbit was able to hop his way to number four at the box office. Meanwhile carello was only able to add six million to its box office total but then again when you are movie that is also being released on a streaming service the same week you make your theatrical debut not only do you have to contend with the other movies being played in theaters you have to contend with people just deciding to stay home and watch but other than that. The only real notable performances at the box office last week were spirit untamed which managed to scuba point five million dollars and the new movie. The house next store meet the blacks to which was able to gross just over a million dollars so it was a rather lackluster weekend. At the box office contradicting many reports. That it was going to be a major windfall for the theater industry. But what can you do and hopefully things will turn around. As in a couple of weeks we have a few major temples dropping but for now that will pretty much do it for this installment of the gmc movie podcast box office report and we will be getting to the feature film of the podcast. Which is the hitman wife's bodyguard. This film is the action comedy sequel to hit man's bodyguard which starred ryan reynolds and samuel jackson. Where the pair came together. As a result of samuel jackson's character testifying against a corrupt ruler of belarus. Who was played by. Gary oldman an ryan reynolds having to protect him from all external threats. So here we are for another go round. only this time. Selma hayek gets in on the action where she plays the wife of samuel jackson character. Who has been kidnapped by mobsters so she co ops the help of ryan reynolds character. Michael bryce now. While i'm not sure if the man's bodyguard lived up to samuel jackson's previous buddy comedy movies including die hard with a vengeance. Clearly audiences liked it enough and they enjoyed working with each other enough to go round for a second one and one of the more interesting dynamics in these films is that if you would think ryan reynolds would be playing the more outlandish of the two characters with samuel jackson calling upon his many years of playing the straitlaced straight man. You would be mistaken. Because apparently they're typical roles are reversed in this one. Ryan reynolds has to play the consummate straight man whereas samuel jackson is the outlandish character. And i guess you can say the makes sense when one is playing a hitman a profession that is very out there and probably requires someone who doesn't have much interest in conforming to society tropes whereas bodyguard is quite literally trying to keep the peace and make sure everything is safe at all times and in this film ryan reynolds character of michael. Brice has to protect samuel jackson and some high as they are attempting to have a baby. So this film is tat out there. But it's a good old fashioned buddy comedy film with a dash of action gunplay and explosions. And if this one is anything like the first one they will probably be leaning into some of those tropes that you commonly see in those types of movies as that's something ryan reynolds said. They deliberately tried to poke fun at so clearly. Those things must have worked in the first film. And thus we're getting the sequel and reynolds madman right about there. Not having been a good buddy cop movie out for a while it's all seemingly justice major franchise type of moment and both of them have attached themselves to some of the biggest out there and when he does a buddy cop movie. While it is in the form of deadpool. two with josh brolin. It still has that just superhero over manufactured. He'll to it. You could even say that if you want to count detective peekaboo as a buddy cop movie. I thank while people are always gonna love these mainstream movies that some well beloved characters life are always gonna have a broad appeal for most people but there will always be audiences that just wanna see something different sue. Even if it's with popular movie stars that at this point pretty much just play version of themselves. Onscreen and ryan reynolds. In samuel jackson are definitely to that point. Audiences will always wanna see new characters and new stories even if that is like. They said a new. Take on the old concept of buddy cop movie so having done it once before they are going to do it. a second. Morale is time with some hike adding a female elements to these movies and bringing the presence that she brings to the screen with the history of onscreen. I think the film will be a lotta fun. Possibly could top the first one or at the very least again. Make a little bit of a spark at the box office which is really what the film industry needs right now from every motion picture that comes through theaters but they will not have to shoulder the load loan in this film as they have a ton of great actors in supporting roles like i said gary oldman was in the original and they have certainly loaded up on big names the second time around antonio bandera says in the film as the main villain which is fine. Just a little bit. Weird with antonio banderas playing a kaz. I just remember him as the dad. Spike it's i know he's a really good actor and he's been in a ton of other stuff but he is just one of those actors that has not crossed my radar lot so i generally just associated with one role but nevertheless how i see him. He is a tremendous actor. And i'm sure he will bring lots of this film. As will his co stars which include frank Who a lot of people. Probably remember as crossbones from the captain america franchise but he really has just taken on that typecasting of real muscled up guy that has access to a lot of guns as we did see earlier this year in his movie boss level but he is also playing that persona in this field and someone else that they got to join in. The fun is morgan freeman and believe it or not. He is going to be playing ryan reynolds father. Michael bryce senior. And i don't know why. But i just feel like ryan reynolds is the person who really wanted. Morgan freeman plays dad movie. So that's what happened in this film but also people who are fans of the first movie they will probably enjoy that. Gary oldman will be returning for this film as well in between these two. He starred in the academy award nominated film make where he also earned himself an academy award nomination for best actor and he earned himself that nomination for being an actor that can deliver on every aspect of a character during performance. So that's what he will be bringing to the hitman whites bodyguards. So if you are interested in seeing hit men's wife spotting yard. It is getting the rather unusual release date of wednesday so you can watch in theaters. Starting wednesday june sixteen and from a movie that has ryan reynolds tastes for violence in his films and samuel jackson's use of curse words in this film. You better believe it's rated r. So viewer discretion is advised. But if you are ready enable be sure to check out the hitman Yard right now however on the gmc movie podcast. We will be taking a quick rate but be sure to stick around because coming up in the next segment. I will bring you the gsm gmc movie podcast news board where we take at the biggest news items from the film industry and i will also be talking about the new kevin hart film fatherhood which just so happens to be coming out on father's day weekend and for those of you who are a fan of the traditional kevin hart. This may not be the typical film year usa semen as you really tried to set a more dramatic tone in this film which is completely understandable because the story is about him being a widowed father who just lost his wife soon after their daughter being born so he has to become a single parent that is doing the job of two parents so that will be a very fun film to look at and be sure to stick around until our fourth and final segment as i'm gonna take a look at the month of june at the box office last year was terrible. Years is gonna be the best proudly for the entire year but compared to the june of years past. They absolutely pale in comparison because starting in june and resuming in two thousand eight all the way through twenty nineteen. June was a billion dollar a month at the box office. So i will be taking a look at those films that made those months. So profitable so stick around. We have all that and more coming up on the gmc movie podcast. Which once again is brought to you by the gmc on cast network. Once again we will be right back. Tired of searching the vast jungle of podcasts. Now listen close and here this out. There's a podcast network that covers just about everything that you've been searching. The golden state media concepts podcast network is here. Nothing less than a podcast lists with endless hours of podcast covered from news sports music fashion looking entertainment fantasy football and so much more so stop lurking around and go straight out to the golden state media concepts podcast network guaranteed to build. That podcast is whatever it may be visit us at. www dot jesus mc podcast dot com. Follow us on facebook and twitter and download on itunes soundcloud and google play Hello everyone and welcome back into the gsm see movie podcasts. Rodzi by the gsm gmc. Odd cast network. I'm your host rich mcdonagh and in the last segment. I just finished talking about the hit. Men's wife's body guard the new action. Buddy triple trio thing that stars ryan reynolds samuel jackson and salma hayek with a supporting cast with the legs of morgan freeman. Gary oldman and many more filling out this action comedy is of course is the sequel to seventeen the hit man's body art and hopefully it can replicate some of that sim success with this. Go around and to all you movie goers who are interested in checking out this film you can see before the usual friday timeslot as it getting a wednesday release. You will be able to see it in theaters starting wednesday june sixteenth. I do want to warn. Everyone is rated r. viewer discretion is advised. But if you are able wanna see ryan reynolds in an action movie where you can actually see his face. See samuel jackson still giving it everything to an action role at age. Seventy two and salma hayek. Who is the wife of hitman but is seemingly just as dangerous so once again. The film the hit men's wife's bodyguard and you can see it starting wednesday so hopefully that can help boost up. This months of june's movie box office return which is a far cry at the month of june usually is at the box office. And if you're interested to know what the month of june usually is like the sure to stick around until the next segment where i'll be taking a look at all the years where the month of june made over a billion dollars at the box office. I'll be taking a look at the films that made them that profitable and what audiences were willing to go. See during those years so be sure to stick around until next segment. If you are interested in that and a little bit later on in this segment. I'll be talking about the new film from kevin. Hart fatherhood this is based on the real life. True story of matt lauglin who had to go through the experience of losing both his wife and raising a newborn child at the same time. It's definitely a departure from roles. He typically plays as there is definitely a more dramatic tone to a story like that. But i also think that kevin hart has what it takes to pull off this role but there is a lot to get to concerning that film including kevin hart almost not even being the person in the lead role and also that this is the first feature length film debut of the obamas production company in twenty eighteen. They established higher grounds production and pretty much produced documentaries as well as michelle obama's podcast but they were partly behind getting this film made so we will dive into that a little bit later on in the podcast but right now it is time for the gmc movie podcast news report and probably the most surprising news out of the film industry. Right now is something that i would not have. Even thought would have been an issue but twelve. Maranda is actually facing criticism for not having dark skin latino actors and characters represented in the heights where she would think would be one of. The things protested in a film that has the theme of ethnic minorities finding their way but nonetheless. People are wondering why he did not cass more dark skinned latino actors and to his credit. He said that we failed. He would also go on to say that he made in the heights. Originally way back in two two thousand five because he didn't feel seen so the last thing he wanted to do when adapting into the big screen would be to underrepresented group and make them not feel seen so that was one story that came out of the weekend so on all not the best weekend for in the heights as it also failed to live up to its projected debut at the box office. It also is facing claims of essentially whitewashing. Which i think is just crazy to you. Criticize someone like lin-manuel miranda's for that considering what he's done to bring minorities to the forefront but once again to his credit he is saying this as a learning opportunity but moving onto some lighter news. It appears that in diesel is just determined to attach himself to blockbuster projects and blockbuster projects only as it was all but confirmed that he is going to be in the avatar sequels. now what role he's gonna play. I have no idea if he's just gonna be playing a version of self or if he's actually going to be able to go full jake sully and get the whole blue animated treatment going that remains to be seen but he will be in the films in some capacity. So now has this. And everyone's favorite muscle car franchise fast and furious and who knows the way movies are made nowadays. Maybe he could even get groot his own spin off film but the real moral of the story of that piece of news is vin. Diesel is going to make a lot of money the future moving onto something else. That will probably make a lot of money. disney recently greenland up prequel series based around beauty in the bee's characters. So they're just deciding to take the money from one of their most popular movie concepts and turn it into an eight part series because as long as it's presold there will be an audience for it. So if you wanna see more about the world of beauty and the beast it will not be in film form but rather on disney plus so they can just keep making those subscription dollars but there is one major project that is built on a presold intellectual property. And they're staying within the world of film and that is the scream series scream. Five is all finished and ready to be seen by audiences. Said it's director. The real question is what are they gonna do with it. Are they gonna switch up. Its release date to make sure. It's closer to halloween and scary movie season. Or are they gonna stick with. Its original release date which is next january. That also remains to be seen and this is probably a question. We will see studios asking themselves a lot more often when it comes to their completed projects. Are they going to stick with their super-conservative projections not knowing when the pandemic would be over an restrictions lifted or are they gonna move things back up to capitalize on the pent up demand no pun intended but if scream five was allowed to be released in october of this year it would make a killing. Okay maybe there was a little bit of a pun intended there but other than that. We do have the final trailer for the chris. Pratt film tomorrow. War having dropped. That movie is set for release july twenty third and i just have to say it is really remarkable. What chris pratt has done with his career. If you were to have seen him on parks and rec you would never have believed that he could become an action star but not only that he has become one of the biggest action stars on the planet and he completely transformed his body from being quite honestly an obese individual to having the full action star physique going on so just a tremendous amount of credit for all the effort. Chris pratt has put into his career transformation. And if you're interested. His new film tomorrow world once again will be released. July twenty third and switching from one marvel franchise lead to the next. We got our first shot of luke evans as neymar set to star in the black panther to film kinda forever and for people who aren't familiar with who name are is he's essentially marvel's version of So while luke. Evans is not marvel's version of jason momoa. I'm sure he will be able to pull off the persona of someone who lives see and staying within the world of the mcu you press cycle has really started for their next film which is black widow which has scarlett johansson appearing as her iconic character for possibly the last time and they started dishing out a few details about the making of and the behind the scenes easter eggs of their new marvel film and for all those who are interested. That film will be hitting theaters starting july fourteenth but that will pretty much wrap it up on the gmc movie podcast news report. Maybe i will save a story. About how james gunn says. Scooby doo chanting life for the next episode. But for those of you who are super curious. You go read about that onscreen ramp but right now. I want to start talking about the new film from kevin hart fatherhood. This film is not going to be released in theaters. It is a netflix original. One thing i am expecting out of the typical netflix's original is that this. What will have higher production value for those of you who are listening earlier in the segment. This film was co produced by the obamas. And whatever your political leanings. It doesn't really if you have a former world leader funding one of your projects. You are most definitely doing something right. And in terms of funding you know that there is at the very least four hundred thousand dollars behind the films as that. Is the salary that each president makes for the rest of their life. so does it have presidential producing power behind it. It has kevin hart really invested in the story. He wanted to tell an emotional story. And it doesn't get much more emotional than a real life story about someone who loses their wife right after the birth of their daughter. This movie is adapted from the memoir. Matthew lauglin titled two kisses for maddy a memoir about love and loss which details the experience. That this film for trays only it actually happened to him. He did lose his wife. Liz and since her death he has pretty much dedicated his life to honoring her memory and helping out widowed parents. He currently runs the liz law foundation which is set up to do just that so his real life story is incredibly remarkable and one can only that it is done justice in a film adaptation and like i said i do think kevin hart is up to scratch in the role despite pretty much all his other characters being a super energetic highly sarcastic individual which hey it's fine that's pretty much is act in pretty much. Who is so if he wants to do that in his movies. Why not but in the few clips. I've seen the film. He really does seem to take it seriously. And i think the biggest thing he has going for him in this role is that this is supposed to be an uplifting story despite the tragedy that happened with the main characters wife dying just after they have their first child together but being able to pick up the pieces in four. John is really what this story is supposed to portray. And i think that kevin hart in this role really works because he's believable as an optimist he really just seems like a person that no matter what life throws at him. He's always going to rise to the challenge and make the best out of the situation. And i definitely think that is a quality that any actor attempting this role is going to need to have because a tragic life event like that is something to break people altogether seeing a character. Go through that. That is no matter what always going to be looking on. The bright side is what is going to make this film compelling that is why thank kevin hart works so well in the lead role and it's strange to think about the casting choice that was originally made for this character. Originally channing. Tatum had this rule and while he is a good actor. I just don't really see him. Being the right fit for film with a main character that has gone through what he's gone through nephew strap a bazooka on his shoulder. And tell me that someone killed his wife and he's out for revenge throughout the entire film that i would find more believable but this movie fatherhood is really supposed to be one. That is meant to tug at the heartstrings and it is going to be all that more the sentimental being released on father's day weekend so if you will be around your dad this weekend maybe throw on some net flicks and watch fatherhood with him. It will be available. Starting june eighteenth and in addition to kevin hart starring in the film. He is joined by. Alfredo woodward who is probably best known for her turn on desperate housewives lil rail howley which is probably best known for his role in get out as the friend that works for the tsn. Always handle it so you can probably expect him to be great in this film as well. The film also stars ethnic kerrigan who probably most people are familiar with from the role of no hank in the series starring. Bill hater berry. And if you've seen the show you know how absolutely hilarious guys mile layer regret about him. Being in this film is he is not going to have his trademark accent but once again for everyone who is interested in seeing the film fatherhood based on the memoir to kisses for matty a memoir of loss in love you will be able to start streaming on netflix. Starting friday june eighteenth so be sure to check it out right now however we are going to be taking a quick break on the gmc movie podcasts. But be sure to stick around because coming up in our next segment. We're going to be taking a look. At the months of june at the box office and law fatherhood won't be contributing to this month's box office total this june does have the potential to be the highest grossing month of the year. And hopefully by this time next year june will be back to making a billion dollars at the box office and that will be the topic of the fourth and final segment of the. Gmc movie podcasts. I'll be taking a look back at the years where june was able to gross over a billion dollars at the box office. This common occurrence would start in two thousand and four before just becoming standard operating procedure from two thousand eight up until the pandemic over that span of time. The month of june never failed to draw less than a billion dollars at the domestic box office with twenty thirteen being the highest grossing june of all time with movies like man of steel monsters university an world war z. Leading charge so we will be taking a look at all. Those months that were able to clear the one b marked and the films that made this possible there obese some incredible performances like the first arrested world being able to draw five hundred fifty million dollars by itself during that month and there will be a stranger anomalies. Like adam sandlers. You don't wanna mess with xoan or you. Don't mess with zo han. I really don't remember because it was just such an aim significance stupid movie but that insignificance stupid movie was able to draw ninety one million dollars during the month of june in two thousand nine. So we'll be taking a look at all the oddities and amazing performances. That happened during the six month of the year. So stay tuned. The gmc movie podcast. We'll be right back. Watching tv has changed over time. Streaming has become the new norm. That's why golden state media concepts television. Podcast dives headfirst to the world of cord cutting want to be on the lube of. What's hot and netflix. Or if that's not a preference what about ridge shows in hulu. We've got you covered. Join us as we fill the blank and talk about movies to street and what show. You should be vigilant. This is golden state media concepts television. Podcast Hello everyone and welcome back into the gs. Mci movie podcast brought to you by gsm. See podcast network. I'm your host rich mcdonagh and in the last segment. I just finished talking about the newly released from. Kevin hart fatherhood which just happens to be making. Its release. on father's day weekend this film will be released on netflix. June eighteenth and it tells the real life story of matthew lauglin who loses his wife liz shortly after the birth of his daughter and he must balance dealing with the loss of his wife providing for his daughter and providing for his daughter in more than just having a job in providing a certain level of care. This film has many layers to it and provides kevin hart with the opportunity to show off of more dramatic side of his acting talents. The book it is based off of is called to kisses for maddy a memoir of loss and love. And if all that isn't enough this film is produced by the obamas. One of the production companies involved in making this film reality is higher ground production. Which is the company. That was started by former president obama and first lady michelle obama in two thousand eighteen. This movie fatherhood will actually serve as higher ground productions first feature length film as to this point. They had mostly been focused on documentaries including american factory as well as the documentary becoming which took a look at michelle obama's heritage so whatever your political stances. If you're making a film that is backed by a former president. You are probably doing something right and once again. That film is fatherhood. Starring kevin hart and it will be making its debut on net flicks. Friday june eighteenth. So has that film is making. Its debut on netflix. It will not be able to contribute to this monse box office total which nevertheless will be substantial despite some underperforming recently released films but just seeing how movie theaters are starting to make significant amounts of money again it got me thinking about a segment. I did back in april where i took a look at the years. Where that month grossed over a billion dollars and thought to myself why not do with june and whereas april was the third lowest grossing months of the year june is the second highest grossing so in this segment. I wanna take a look at the months of june. That have grossed over billion dollars which there are plenty to choose from and many near misses and examine the films that were in theaters at the time to make that possible and in doing research for this segment of the podcast. I was hit with a wave of nostalgia as i contributed to. These box. office. Totals as i saw many of these films in the theater. So without further ado. Let's get it started with the first month of june to gross over a billion dollars at the box office and that was two thousand four the two highest grossing films in this month. I know for sure that i was at. I was ten years old and for a kid around that age. Both of these were epic experiences. Those two films were harry potter and the prisoner of azkaban which was the highest grossing film of the month which made almost two hundred sixteen million dollars that month and the second highest grossing film of that month would shrek two weeks made over a hundred and forty million dollars that june and looking back now at something. I wasn't able to appreciate when i was ten years old. Both of these were instances where the sequel was just as good if not better than the original so it was nice when i was doing research for this segment and those were the two top movies because i have vivid memories of gonna see them in the theaters but some other major movies. That did very well at the box office. That june were the day after tomorrow. Which grossed over ninety one million dollars and dodgeball a true underdog story which roast oh most seventy five million dollars. Some other notable movies that would make their debut at the box office. In june of two thousand and four would be garfield the chronicles of riddick the terminal white chicks and the notebook. Another major release in this month of that year was spiderman two which debuted on the very last day of june the thirtieth nonetheless it was able to make thirty million dollars that day so there we have some of the films that were responsible for the first billion dollar june in cinema history yet. Oddly enough it would take another four years to repeat that feat but from the year. Two thousand eight up until the pandemic last year. There would not be a single month of june. That would fail to make over a billion dollars at the box office and some of the films that would kick off the street would be kung fu panda which was the month highest grossing film raking in one hundred. Eighty one million dollars at the box office. Which in all honesty. Just boggles my mind that the film was able to earn that much. Anna was the highest grossing film of this month. When you consider it was going up against such films as the incredible hulk is second stolman of the marvel cinematic universe which was able to take the number two spot at the box office that month. Raking in a hundred and seventeen million dollars. It would also have to contend with the fourth indiana jones film indiana jones and the kingdom of the crystal skull which despite making its debut the previous month on may twenty second was still able to make ninety seven million dollars at the box office while some other major moneymakers of june. Two thousand and eight worth the sex in the city movie which made over ninety six million dollars as well as adam sandler movie. You don't mess with the xoan which made ninety one million dollars that month. And if nothing else i think that movie was the major tip off that adam sandler is solely doing movies for money now because pretty much since then with a couple of outliers including uncut gems. His movies have mostly sucked. But there were some other quality films released that month. Including get smart. Starring steve carell. That film would gross over eighty million dollars and the disney and pixar film walli. Which despite being released on june twenty-seventh was still able to bring in seventy two million dollars that month. That little robot was able to do a lot in four days but other than that a couple other major films that were able to rake in fifty million dollars a piece where the happening which made over fifty nine million dollars and wanted which made over fifty seven million dollars so all in all the month of june in two thousand eight had a lot for audiences choose from and what theaters had to offer. Really able show out and spend some money at the movie theater moving onto the next year. Two thousand nine really be more of the same with the major blockbuster release of transformers revenge of the fallen which made an astronomical two hundred twenty eight million dollars at the domestic box office which is good enough for the number one spot on this list which is super crazy to think about when you realize. It was released on june twenty fourth and its next closest competitor. The hangover was released on six. So it's crazy to thank that one film that has one weekend theaters is able to completely outperform another film. That had an entire month but nevertheless the hangover did incredibly well scoring over a hundred eighty eight million dollars. The us ensuring there would definitely be sequel. See that film. The disney pixar film up would also make its debut in theaters in two thousand nine and would a hundred eighty six million dollars at the box office. Some other major films at the two thousand nine box office were the proposal starring sandra bullock and ryan reynolds which believe it or not is a disney film night at the museum battle of the smithsonian and the taking fella one-two-three which is sort of a forgotten movies starring denzel washington john travolta but that with the previous two films i mentioned were all able to rake in over fifty million dollars at the box office but moving onto the next year of two thousand ten and another bit of nostalgia for me personally because toy story three was released in theaters. I feel like myself like many people. My age wanted to go see the resolution to a story that they had grown up with not knowing that there would be cash. Grab fourth movie mad. But in terms of how this movie performed that month at the box office it drew in two hundred and fifty one million dollars just over a quarter of a billion dollars. Which when you look at that figure. It is not surprising. They made another one. But moving. On the second highest grossing film that month would be the karate kid remake starring jackie chan and jada pinkett smith which made over a hundred and forty one million with some other notable performances being shrek forever after the eighteen and the twilight saga eclipse. Which again was one of these films. That was released on the final day of june but nonetheless it was able to make sixty eight million dollars and even to this day. I can't comprehend how those movies were that popular but moving right along as i still have a lot of months to get to the next year in twenty eleven which would actually be the lowest grossing year between two thousand eight and twenty twenty nevertheless it was still able to make well over a billion dollars with such films as men. I glass the hangover. Part to super eight from j.j. abrams green lantern and then a whole slew of sequels including concrete. Panda two cars to transformers the dark of the moon. Pirates of the caribbean on stranger tides and bridesmaids would round out the highest grossing films of june of twenty eleven moving onto the next year of twenty twelve. Which when i look at it. It's kind of strange to think that these films helped contribute to a billion dollars a month. But they did so. Let's give credit to where credit is due for the films. Madagascar three europe's most wanted snow white and the huntsman which is unfortunately film. I theaters was dragged to it by a friend ended absolutely sucked some other films that were in the theater. At this time included the disney and pixar film brave men in black three from meath. Theus the original avengers. Seth macfarlane's ted rock of ages. That's my boy and magic. Mike will round out the top ten but this was also the month. That abraham lincoln van der hit theaters. So yeah but jumping forward to twenty thirteen. Which is the most profitable june at the box office of all time. And it's not surprising when you have film like man of steel hitting theaters which was nearly responsible for raking in a quarter of a billion dollars on its own with other major releases including monsters university. World war z. Now you see me fast and furious six yes. This is the end which is a film. I did see in theaters this month. And was the perfect screwball. Comedy to take a chance on going to see with some other major players of this month being the purge star trek into darkness the internship that he and the hangover part three being some of the films that made june of twenty thirteen the most profitable june in movie history things would dip just slightly the next year in twenty fourteen. Which i the amount of movies on this list. I actually went to see in theaters including the top drawing moving malefic Because i went with my younger cousins. I would also go see the second highest grossing film event month which was twenty two jump street and i would also go see another movie that made its debut that month jersey boys. I'm pretty sure that one was a tinder date. So i'm not fully responsible for that but some other major movies that were available in theaters that year. I did not go see. Were how to train your dragon. Part to the fault in our stars transformers age of extinction edge of tomorrow x-men days of future past which i feel like i also went to see him theaters. Think like a man to which. I definitely didn't go see in theaters and a million ways to die in the west so another strong slate of movies results in another billion dollar out in for the month of june moving onto the next year of twenty fifteen and we have the highest grossing film in the history of the month of june which is directly world. Meghan over half a billion dollars. By itself this. Chris pratt lead sequel to jurassic park grossed in astounding five hundred fourteen million dollars which to date is. The most money of film has made in theaters during the month of june. So with top performance like that. It kind of doesn't even matter what the rest of your movie slate is. A just for fun some other major releases that year. Were inside out spy. The megan mccarthy film san andreas insidious chapter three ted to pitch perfect two and the entourage movie skipping ahead to twenty six seen we have a whole slew of sequels making a significant amount of box office prophet including finding dory which made three hundred thirty million dollars by itself while some other notable performances at this month's box office include the covering to central intelligence x men apocalypse. Independence day resurgence. Now you see me to me before you the warcraft movie and alice through the looking glass. So june of twenty sixteen made its billion dollar profit on the back of a lot of sequels. But i can't really knock it considering that's pretty much. What twenty seventeen did as well wonder woman would make. Its debut in theaters that month and is a bit of a sequel to batman versus superman. But whatever it is that film would make over three hundred thirty four million dollars at the box office and all the other top five performers were all sequels as well including cars three transformers the last night and pirates of the caribbean dead men. Tell no tales with i guess. The mummy being counted as a reboot at one other notable performer was the captain underpants. First epic movie so good for dan. Tv let moving onto twenty eighteen. Which is the second highest grossing june of all time and you can attribute that to this pretty much being the month at the box office of the franchise with all the top aide films at the box office. Being part of a franchise and they are as follows. The incredible to jurassic world's fallen kingdom oceans eight solo star wars story deadpool two and vendors and cindy wars so proving the rule that what performs best at the box office involves in intellectual property with presold audience was june of twenty eighteen and moving right along we would get to the last june that would gross over a billion dollars at the box office and that is june of twenty. Nineteen the most popular movies in this month. Were the cash toy story. Four the live action adaptation of aladdin. The secret life of pets to godzilla king of monsters. The elton john biotech rocket man which i went to see in theaters men in black international an x. Men dark phoenix which i unfortunately went to see him theaters. Also but there you have it all the top performing films from all the months of june that were able to gross over a billion dollars and while last year in this year will come nowhere close to that mark. Hopefully by this time next year we are back to having a lot of major releases in the month of june and the theater industry raking in a whole ton of cash button. That will pretty much do it for this episode of the gsm seen movie. Podcast once again brought to you. By the gsm see podcast network. I do want to thank everyone who is listening to the podcast. It really does mean a lot and if you have not already like to invite you to subscribe to the podcast also if you leave us a nice review. Those really do help. A lot and be assured follow us on our social media pages of facebook twitter and instagram. I have been your host rich mcdonagh and that will pretty much do with reme- time on. Gsm see movie podcasts. You've been listening to the golden state media concepts movie podcast part of the golden state concepts. Podcast network you can find this show and others like it at www dot jesus mc podcast dot com or download. 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THE SUNDAY SERVICE - 02-16-2019

Double Toasted

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THE SUNDAY SERVICE - 02-16-2019

"Book lawyer was going on. Everybody how you doing. Welcome to the Sunday service here on double toasted dot com. I'm Korva Coleman over here. I'll look at them and move up in the world of moving up in the world go from choirboy to Minister Out. Thank you see her but minister juicio. Qc I love it. Oh bringing the juice of Jesus Christ how you doing use. Yeah trying to wait on the other minister. He got demoted. He's an island right fantasy Hispanics. He's as bad as you look choirboys. Yeah people welcome to the show. Court Coleman over here in this is krista producer. Good to see you guys and listen. We were waiting on Martin. Mar just got back from a funeral. He texted us to let us know he's watching recall fantasy island right now. So we're trying to wait on hand. Finish UP THIS FANTASIES FANTASIES OVER THERE. Probably nightmare actor nightmare. But we'll see we'll see you at the moment we so we're trying to wait on. Martin get here you can see. Martin is not here unless Martin is ETA. Helluva skimpy right and that's what you call me that one day. Marquette confused me for Martin need to send all right. White Martin settled on that now. You brought it back now. The wife Martin was going on. I'm doing okay. Why do you Thomas Day? That's the honest chat talking about what? We're here's Martin Guy. Hate him annoyed mania. Give me the hat even started day. But now that you said no now it's going to happen. I brought upon myself brought the wrath the rest of the rat the WHO drafted the chat the the Jeddah. That's the whole of the movie coming out some. Oh how's everybody? Doing today is good to have you here and got a good show for you today today. We're going to be talking about doing a review. Write a fantasy island. See like you said if it's truly a fantasy and there's a new all people there they go again donating Google Laden already guys. They're already coming in with the compliments person to put. That guy loves me man. He's great I love that. He says laughed. Slow fate and shoot compassion. Because you're one million 'cause he is you face Corey. Get at you. Yeah people yes. Oh yes what were you doing trying to pay some respect Mr Martin? Tom Soda Minister Martin Average expert. You know what I think you are going to be. Averaging something must be an average had been an expert an expert it'd be an average person but you know what you're bob average to us by giving us the subscription the depths. Louis thank you. Thank you so much. Thank you Jesus. Oh do love me. Some double toasted and some toasted goodness that is over the evil junior NASA. We've I think he's good. He's good at least he's up. He's he's evil posers what he is. He's good he's good at Huey Phoolan. Nobody any said Martin is coming. He's kind of kicked kicked out. I'm maybe I'll make him sit over there. They don't do that mad. He'll get very mad. He will chat like what if you want us to get irritated. Here's his fingers man. He'll get a little nervous tick thing. Then he does he does. When are we going to move on from this gone? Okay when he gives it here and tell you that was something I can. Just check out the show because he does sometimes just start playing with his thumbs. Yeah you noticed that your starts talking. He's autistic kid man up with that up that people said they even have you noticed would next time on. Meeks busted the door buster the window. Kool aid man dander eighty nine twelve. Thank you the next time. Next time. You Watch Martin. Watch when he gets quiet quiet either. The look comes over. His face looked like he just gets lost. Our start playing new. He does this. He doesn't lose weight in the move on like he looks down at the ground of the side is head cocked a little bit. I've always noticed I don't know working is like an invisible Rubik's take his mind off whatever you say he's trying to put all the close together just can't be damn expecting to see. His hands is tied to not paying off. Somebody's maybe rub in hand. Sanitizer AIn't no fucking to sanitize over there. Maybe invisible sanitizer shook his hand sweat. His Must Martin. Musk hard. Musk's Oh look at this over there. Thank you guys do doing you. Don't get officially hyped level. Three to level three level three Haydn is begins. So we'll see how that goes. Now let me see here so people as I said. Today you know what? Let me actually do this while Martin is not here. Always forget to do this now. Special not coming here and getting things ready. Let me see how to prepare for this a lot to prepare for a lot of movies to see a lot of things to prepare for a lot of stuff to do. Yep Kristie stuff. If there's no about these people don't understand all the shit we go through. We have to do these things but let me go over here and try something out. Thank God thank you massive. Walk now you always say every week will allow it this one time. Thank you to the next. Thank you Sir and let me see here you know. I'm so I'm so happy to have this studio mode. Oh yeah it's it's convenient. It is very little easier. It really is. It really is Let me see here so yeah we have studio mode. It makes things so much easier so not can take off and let me see what I can do is about to get to do something to change. What are people seeing today? Is I want to show people. It's going to be on the show. That's right yes all already told you guys but let me put it up here. You can see it. Sought to show is going to include a review for fantasy island. Which is what Martin is watching right now. Early fantasy taking a long as it is that must be a goal strapped in there must be an Hispanic must be an orgy. Many holy go through also the skull. Breaker Challenge Skull Breaker break. Doesn't main sounds something stupid. It always is it. Always anything with a word and then challenges right after. It's always stupid. That's how it works. Get tied pox or whatever the hell it was skull. Breaker never normal. But I would tell you meant it. We had a moment where it was. Okay just a moment and then they had to make it even dumber to compensate for an. Yeah and we've got the box office for you now and we're going to play some games today. That's right older. People that on a stream obligated to play for them obligated to play for the people of modern. Come in here. And he's going to. He's going to join back up with his old pal master. Those Cups Man Master of Cups up in the House and also You'RE GONNA play Sonic forces. Yep I'm going back in there again my Vietnam on the road. The movie movie. Yes which I've also seen would you? We'll get a review of clearview and who knows what else is going to pop up in here today but we got a lot of stuff going on for you today so good to have you check great to have you. I see what you're trying to do. You're trying to get to that next level right. Hey listen as I say we. Don't y'all trying to get that high train going. And if people don't understand what that is let them know. Let them know because Some people in here the other day and they're like what the hell is happening. People do not know what was going on you. Dancing white get so excited was happening here. Yeah so yeah folks we We got a got hype. Rain coming up. I think we can make something happened with that. But our YOK and yesterday we missed the hype train. You got to the end though. There was a secondary train. We did get hype. We CAUGHT THAT SECOND TRAIN. A second one. Yeah folks so you know it's up to you if you you know. We hardly ever miss a train around here with you. I want to make that happen. You got a minute. Actually they're making you got a minute with her halfway there but the only have a minute a minute and a half and actually less than nest egg in ten. Oh I might even have a loose on new for you so I want to go now hype train. That's all up to young Mabel. Catch the second train. That's always the second second third train going around. We appreciate the support less we do. We appreciate the support on the less. You mean like the support that we got it. Right the past amish much support did cut right and then you know Jamie Fox was man I got him. Yeah it does doesn't it? Oh everything doing. Hey let's say like my kids. Kermit can get off to this song. Right here is over. That is you never before. Have you come away? Doing you had a whole discussion when I wasn't here about it. Did you always talk at the other person's not in the room? Well it was true. It's your song called Groove Line Line. It's good yeah. Disco ditty classic barely. Grand is the human. Why you why you know the answer. Just tell me maybe a trick you might just you might be messing with. I will let you know if I know music but in this case I I like the way you learn here though me new things. I appreciate that. Brant band called heat. Wave wave this is a great name. That's great name man. Yeah so classic. Great man when you hear parties with people from that way maybe. I don't know maybe not. Maybe they took it. You know misinformation. Yeah Yeah but a lot of people giving hyper. It was eight. Thank you very much for that Appreciate it is still still chugging. Still chugging law Boy Martin. Miss that train man. You'll be happy about it your thank. You might like that Sun though. I remember this. Yeah Oh you know he will love. The song came out he was about sixty km. He was up there. I'll see you. How's the current? Well you look like it hurts when you do arisen scared to play it because I don't like the Jews hurry now used to it. No body hasn't been that way anymore. Oh old frail twenty-eight-year-old body's breaking down. Oh Monica you are breaking down attempting to do. Oh good start getting close to another one. Oh No oh oh. Can we get Wallover Martin? He's walking hyped. Oh no we we we we wanted to see you lay but we go get your Third Trade Minister Martin. Hey how's it going? He randomly got up. Got That train. Hold on real. He's a third one coming. What's another dose? That Haydn is right there. You sit sit minds. Looks Pretty Good said the love it said? Thank out a little the anime. Oh Oh what's the name? Money Martin de Marne is I. I doing mark. Nice all right all right. So now is above. Martin was over there having fantasies. Oh no man. Good Day to day boy. We're GONNA have a good time here. Make sure that this boy is doing what I ask them to do. I could not get a hold of him though I asked him me. God dammit Nick is yes. He hasn't number on there anything near. I hope he's doing I asked him to do anyway. We'll find out the next hour anyway doing good to have you here as I say maybe knows. See you don't see it from my end. You got shirts just by breathing on his own. Okay all right and I know that ain't I know that? It's not nick that put that on there nigga known as jet. Jet Tight Shit debt. Be Talking Shit to be the background. So Nick has his girl jet in the background. Airtime calls like let me see here. It's free uploaded. Before is literally uploaded right now. Stupid Nick I know. We're talking about the background. The fuck you been zero Austrian Officer. Negative going on protecting her man. Yeah from you. I'm not doing things. Where like you supposed to know? Thank you nick. Appreciate absolutely thank you I really do. Thank you guys out there. Man appreciate the heightened is going on. Y'All can see. Today I was talking to folks was happening here so going to have a review for Fannie Souter Fun to C o Bond Funds. Nothing fun about it that well. Maybe I don't know you don't know we think about this movie. Also they got new talent. That would you telling young Chris Harman about the skull cracker challenge. Okay Yeah it's about stupid all right. That sounds stupid. It is correct then. Also we have The box office and there was something else. We're GONNA talk about one more thing that we talk about but Anyway Oh oh Martin O. Anybody seen my old friend Cup is. He's the one man on the people. Ask for it and you're making you're making this man do it on his birthday happy birthday until next week next. Sunday Birthday Martin. I'm giving early gifts. Oh y'all during the day going on good to have you here tell you what. I'll just wait in the Martin and get up in here. Oh thank subscription. Y'All been subscribing. What does this thank you mighty Ninja Zero? Thank you very much my friend and you what since Martin is in mold? Minister Martin is here to tell you what we're going to do. We're going to go ahead and take a quick break. Commercial break date is and I do have to. I do have to run these commercials. Miss Twitch kind of got on me about it the other day Yeah Yeah Yeah well. I think what happened was I. I know what happened? Keeping THEM TOO SHORT. I it was not me. I know I know what happened. I know I thank you all for the hype buzz with me. It is me at the end of the day. It is me but I know it happened and so I just told me. And they gave me one other talks where they were nice. Hey you know it's Nice Okay. This time yeah exactly we go here. You know you've been here on month and a half. It's okay you know if we have it. Have it again Anna? You're doing a great job you're doing. You're doing awesome is great is just you know you a little short? That's all you don't be short again. We're going to catch on. You know so yes. Just a tiny bit. So let's go ahead. I'll tell ya ain't playing a contract of the contract in other we're translation was ubiquitous. Bullshit play these commercials such as he should play some extra ones. Yeah you know what I was thinking about just playing about five in a row but is that good all right. We're GONNA play one one sixty second commercial. Be Very quick very painless. And we'll be right back after this. Oh boy looking at the studio empty yes. We're going to have some people stopping by. But they had to cancel. Yeah well they texted me our email me yesterday. I didn't see in Oklahoma. Oh so like saw cy around eleven day and I was like. Hey I can give you the directions you're GONNA make. Oh yes. They didn't WanNa leave until they got directions. Say Oh I didn't know that part. Oh I thought they were in the city or something. No they know they what from what I understand their Oklahoma home and drive. Yeah you down right. That is you. Don't WanNa just put the address on the website or something. I can't you know I gotta find a place to put it because then I gotta go to. The developers believe me a small change like that can be a lot okay to find a place to put it but you know actually. I know I know the place that I can put it now. I'm not a spot that I could put that on my end up doing. Oh Shit they were telling you throw up. The screen is going on. Lee became welcome back. Everybody with everything else wild out here. We just talk about some guests that we were going to have. Well catch them next time. Oklahoma now want to come through but they want to drive today happening but we welcome anybody into the studio. Yeah might put the address the studio on the on the front page. I do know how to do it myself. Let me see here on the twits channel. Yeah that's true can also put on the twitter channel right there. Yeah probably a better put on the twitter channel. Yeah I know I know how to put it so yeah. We'll do that in the again. Welcome to the show got a good show. Fiat today walking. Oh Gee Chattanooga new fresh carson and Chet. How y'all doing today personally pussy says I like to be to be guest? I tell ya anytime anytime to be. Be a great time even because sometimes I've been doing is at the end of the show because we do so much but this would be a great time to let you know we got the hygienist. Were talking about it. 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We're GONNA be playing some games. And that's because we reached fifteen hundred subscribers on one thousand nine hundred pretty soon. If you guys keep going like you are so for that fifteen hundred subscribers we place them crappy games aware games are as I said maybe the weird and crappy ones at the game such as Martin we cook we lose. I'm trying to find a game. I'm terrible at which is a lot of them but I don't WanNa play a game with a big story right. Sure I want to see I want people see me fail over and over again instantly very quickly soon as you start you start feeling on. Yeah exactly at that moment I start people just kinda you suck. I want that kind of game. I'm trying to find hopefully ended with us a fighting game. We'd be dark. Souls might be bad dark souls. I'm good at dark souls played. Yeah absolutely bloodborne back in the day. Did you play bloodborne fight? You're trying like many anti bosses that as in that game Disagree with you. I recall you playing a souls game or you know I was playing at the time. That's what it was. It was sure. Okay I watch you play Seco- because you're not going to do well I'll I'll probably won't but I was about to say I'll put the whole time and Blah Blah Blah and. I'm like I'm not the best. I'm okay yeah man you suck. You're in the room. Though that is true was would. It wasn't the room threw me off. He threw me off. That is absurd but also if we get to five thousand subscribers which juicy Herman he put that out there does. He believes the faith five thousand subscribers. We're GONNA give you a twelve hour. Stream was that by May rain but Anyway anytime anytime really really by the end of May want to put some urgency on it really to be at the end of me so we get there by intimate wilpon twelve hour stream for you if it doesn't reach that time that we don't do that because that's a long time a long time. 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Look at that. Three gifted subs to mark. Thank you sir. Good Guy. Thank you really appreciate that. Yeah intimate that'd be doing double toasted live in New York becoming a show that we do or beginning are beginning to June. That's thank you more likely to. It could be it could be. I don't know yeah I WANNA say anything really. Lend you know that it's around that time just so you can clear some space but yeah man Should be a lot of fun. Had A great show in Los Angeles slowed out there. Show with a lot of fun. Hopefully we'll do the same thing in New York. It's time we got a lot of help sponsor next show so Chicago. La Arrack rainshowers crates. Plenty sends my son's a life that somebody say you and just chatting you know what? Yeah because I was told to go to just chatting for some of our biggest shows So you know today you can go back and change it now because we always number one in an podcast and talk shows talk shows and podcasts. Yeah while we're number one in their time of day so we'll see we'll see man if we need to change. It is their big difference. You guys think we should go back to talk shows and podcasts and not a big deal that we're in just chatting right now you know. I was told to try that. No one's listening to me followed by somebody. I don't know do lashawn eight to do that. We haven't it yet. I know a lot of people have been asked to do a live show in Atlanta. So maybe we'll do that sometime. We'll see we'll see how it goes. Thank you guys being here today. I wonder if there's someplace between Miami and Atlanta. If we went to one people were from the other would come over yet see. That's what I'm thinking about man. You know a lot of people have asked us to do stuff some stuff like in DC and that's very close to New York so a lot of people go from They go from DC up to New York for that. I don't know you know my split. Ap- split people up more than we like zone. Yeah you know you understand what I'm saying. That's what I'm saying. We could find out which the to be better so we can service that region. Yeah exactly exactly we see here. Tell you what we got. Y'All help us reach a goal that we weren't even really asking for it but he just made it on the spot and Margot he's GonNa shake his disappointed. Hello TO BRING MONEY. Those making such disappointing. Excel or just GonNa shake is a why. How did I end up here? You gotTa hear this latest thing that we've got going on for the people out there. Somebody asked for the two of you. Cook up good. Delicious is not GonNa be good people opinion. I know I know what I'm talking about it. Y'All know we talk about me for all right. Let's go into a quick break and I'll let you guys know Martin Reluctantly No wait is that we're talking about right after this too. So Yeah Martin Hotel thought about it like Oh this is nice stupid. Definitely that definitely stupid. That was a fun kind of stupid. How Ya doing a day? Hey see people putting up that. Harriet Tubman were Kinda favor debit card. We talked about that or AB crumbs win. Yeah I'm sorry. I know that that that that bank that black owned bank. I your intentions. Were trying to be in the right place. But that's stupid stupid now. I'm sorry I'm sorry you nano mouse and come in on take that shit down by Arinc laws at this point. She's a superhero. I brought that up. These fucking you're gonNA make a superhero. Must go all the way is light. Up Red Psychic pounds. Scott the welcome back. We're talking about a Harriet Tubman car. We already discussed that. He sent that over discord. And y'all got to talk about this and we did and Yeah I I said maybe I should like bounces off another black person. But that's a fucking closest one here one here and I was like he's a he say the right things to do. That's just been re televised pitches a chat bozeman doing it and just looking like a great time him being really jazzed about and then just all the way. Even I would kind of Jackie Robinson Thurgood Marshall but no cartoon cared to Jackie Robinson March. They have a good catch legal for baseball Reykdal. You just look at what they did with Bill. Yeah let me see. Let me pull this up right here. So the to- you be just tuning in right now to day. We got a lot of things happened on show. We're going to have our review for fantasy island coming up mark just got through CNN. Little while ago. We're GONNA talk about that. Also the skull breaker challenge. Martin says it's so stupid in even though at the title says titles. Pretty stupid for is that mean. We're doing it we're trying. You know what it three people says it is. Yeah the Middle Guy. I know the challenges. You don't. I mean we tried. If you like to drive to the hospital after you finish up again tell you what I'll drive in. Chris can hold your brains. Have you done cracking goal over the picture that you will go very willing to Black Church right? Yeah You'd be accepted. Yeah you're actually you like Blake major except in the community co-signing. Let's see all right. So here's his deal. Man Boy Christova. He went out and see early. Greg Google Booklet. Thank you thank you. Who brought the bull is up in Bruce Lee Roy Leroy Bruce Lee Ryan thank you? Bruce appreciated there's Chris. There's me and my Sunday best so I'm boy Chris over here he. He saw us he went to go. See a certain blue hedgehog. I think it was today. And He. He'll tell us about a little bit. That was going to be my next question because as I keep reading now people are loving it. Oh you know what? We'll we'll tell you about it after this really dumb idea that we hear we want to start the worst with the best. Don't hit either one legged man you want you want. You got here the receipt around here somewhere. There's a package deal right this stupid packages everything. I can't even it doesn't even start out smart. It doesn't even start out in a way that sounds like it makes sense ours mature and bang so I just jump right into so on his dream over here Crisp Juicy Herman. He likes to read Sonic Porn to people. I'm sorry he has a Roddick. Sonic fan fiction so he just. He just sits back next to a fireplace and just pipe and just read. You know the best sign. It goes around with peanut just having sex with different thing we ever had sex yet. But he's building up to once it doesn't know how to have sex. We build a look at some of his friends have had sex. He's like I gotta learn but it's a struggle. He's in high school too so he's along okay. He looks a little naive. He's a spares draw however that's very true yes. Add we got adhd add in hyper hyphen boy. Running all around. It's like the little eight year old. It takes US close really is GONNA get. You can't get them city guys. I got to say no Chris. No no no no no no this simply will not do no no one. No one SIS THERE. In just plainly reads erotic. Sonic fan fiction. As does anybody can do that. There are enough. I said. Nah Man. You gotTa bump it up if you want to succeed twitch game right here. If you read that kind of that kind of fiction peop- you gotta give them visual. So you got to put on your best furnace. Yes you you gotta be very when you do. Yeah so I say listen listen I just put up as a joke? I said if somebody if somebody gives us. I don't know twenty subs. I'll foot the bill on getting men and Nice for costume. Right go shopping and I go shopping. Get yourself a nice tailored for costume stream in stream it. We'RE GONNA string the shopping. And then we're going to stream in his channel. You're going to see the shop and you're going to get a glimpse of the costume and then if you WanNa see him where it and you want to see him reading then you're going to have to actually go over to history in order to see full title exactly for retire retire. I'm looking out for you but no thank you man average. It's got to be a cookie monster costume out there. He can put on me cookie monster. We have blue and furry blue. Not You know what you're taking the right way. Yeah but when you I got hooked like a Sonic s care. There's more for any quills and everything it'd be blue color furnace unique quills ears. We might even go. I don't even say a man by those in a couple of other Subs we'll we'll make him sexy. Sonic with a couple of theories on there to get thrown off though skin-tight I think all right all right so you can see everything. Got a couple of like a ball of people like all right. Yes yes yes he got a I take it. You already got the twenty subs quickly more than that. And then some at least forty or fifty people already but they chat pop up some of those nasty air sexy gifts that we. Oh yeah there you go. Well you got you in the face. Gary you can put me in. That one can already start. Gary already middle ones night. Chris will be my wish. I was just a prototype. That's the end result. Ima- guys aren't doing that will be fucked. I'd really like anything. Don't come around looking like I'll get fucked me. Go about prison rules around with you. GotTa digging by putting that cost you put that look. You can put that shit on that and take it off and look like that again that yes you're going with this vision right here yeah. Gary could already start doing mockups and prototypes. Yeah Yeah you could see well you know. This is the final form. I'm working but we'll probably get somewhere like this. Is he just hanging out looking like look pretty? Good is is that when a homemade homemade. Yeah Yeah it's it's been interesting. I'M NOT GONNA name any names but as soon as we did that. I've been getting messages from people. It's like well. I'm not doing anything with my furry costume anymore. You wanted like small. What did you do to it previously? And why do you feel the need to give it to me now? Clean Semen stain. Yeah that's what I told him. I said go Christie was why is it so dry for is right now? Thank you guys but now I wanNA freshman when it's clean all you look. That old son of God knows teeth. Look that's the one we saw yesterday. Oh right Walter Hudson you remember. You guys is gifts that he you gives you nice gifts for the first couple gave me the sonic animated series knowing that you hate sonic knowing that. I hate sound like one of those lucky gifts. And I'm like I'M GONNA use this in some capacity. Something something new. Sonic fans fucking hardcore. Man Yeah ahead like I've been I've been stopped by SONIC FANS. I've been sent. I've been sitting like a movie or something by Sonic Person. Yeah Yeah Sonic fans are hardcore. That's why that movie was so so big this weekend. Why these fans like forced in the spin that five million dollars to change this shit. They're about to burn a studio down. Yeah it sonic fans are hardcore man and And I I can see why people either the fun to make fun of people just love it it almost so that's why. I had no doubt that people wanted to see you dress initial then. Yeah I'M GONNA give it to them. Fill my obligation. Yeah I'm GonNa make you know I don't know how we're going to do but we're going to stop influence was something. We'll find what they were going to do it either. I'll let you decide out. Yeah let you know what I'm free. We can go shopping. I'm foreseeing a blue unitards. That's what I was thinking. I wanted skin-tight man. The everything else has a solid kid gloves. Tennis shoes with socks red shoes. I'm not so sure we can build by windows with cheap like twenty bucks then but yeah. We'll we'll see you in the sonic porn parody is a monster abomination. One I saw. Of course it's sonic the hedgehog the Vacheron. That's clever horn. You know what no that makes sense dog. That's a play on words words right there I gotta give it to. He's like okay. What would you sonic the horn dog? That's a good one. But he's not paying hedging their. I Guess Right Shush Janssen. Yeah I can play fair enough fair enough no no. It's hard about what I've been reading a lot of erotic fan fiction so this research and everything as funny man. 'cause last night I was drawn. Chris. 'cause I have I gotta get will valley this picture. Yeah so I'm drawing. I'm drawing a picture in my wife. Wakes up midnight and she. She looked she leans over my and she's like. Oh that's cute is like your teenage girl drawing your boyfriend's sweet all around. Yeah well I'm going to say it didn't help that. She saw the Koi K. C. C. H. I love it. Yeah f-folks Through the pictures pretty cool though I look forward to seeing it. Yeah Yeah I gotTA CLEAN. Go home clean up tonight goal cleanup because after. I did too. Yeah folks as a good to have you guys. He had to dig a good show for a good real good show. Good show for you today. Fantasy Island review coming up these skull. Cracking challenge. Don't do this don't I know I shouldn't have to show to. You shouldn't have to ask but don't do it anyway. Darwinism Darwin it is in full effect. Jesus Christ species get stronger. Eliminates deal the weaker ones resiliency in. Oh that's right and we got. We got some games. I'M GONNA play Niamh Cup head. Sonic Sonic Forces onic forces up in here. Oh we're GONNA get your opinion on Sonic Scher. And we'll do all that and more right after I have to play this I wanted to ask what what against. Twiss tweeted that has tended boy. Let me go get this one hale. No we'll get rh would take a break. We'll be right back after this. That's GonNa be fun day a lot of fun on fine. Did you do your official review on Thursday? Yes I did yes I did. I did my review. And then he came in today and told me that he saw it and and yeah it was good. It was good man. You get my message about Peter Rabbit. Yeah but it was at five o'clock no I get it but that was a response. I'm sorry I say as a question. My Hey what to do this or not or it. Okay I I saw the one that said that. Can you this satellite? Can you believe they? Five o'clock oh no no I was saying. Hey this has happened what you WANNA do. Oh if I know man I've got could've pushed us off and gone to see the movie but I didn't. I didn't know I believe I don't want to spend on Goddamn Peter Rabbit right that first of all. We had me laughing boy. I remember that Peter was just fucking with Mr McGregor. Mr McGregor James Corden was Peter Rabbit. Who Was Peter Rabbit? The guy that we use going up against like they fighting over chick. Welcome back everybody. Donald LEASE DONALD LEASE. Whatever how Peter Rabbit fucking win here man? Cock blocking him left and right. That'd be laughing so hard. Then he kills. Uncle became the movie. Mr McGregor the older guy that was the F. Some Sam Neill deaf all humans chick. I'm trying to get with. Yep Yep I thought about it man. I could have could have but we'll get to it some kind of way. That's weird for Sunday five. They were doing it for the kids. But it's weird like Peter. Rabbit is Easter thing and Easter is not for a while she is I mean. Hopefully they'll do another one April coming up may near I man. The Dune another man probably had an Easter egg hunt today and everything. It was a whole thing like meet Peter. Rabbit over here come see the screening at the library and bring all the kids. You want okay. Don't nobody likes to these buddy man. Easter bunny scares is creepy confusing. Yeah he's a rabbit. That plans eggs everywhere. I don't lie those related. First of all he. He's confusing and nobody likes. The Easter Bunny gets candy the chocolate chocolate chocolate. I guess when you know kids don't give a fuck. I don't give a fuck about this. This can't just give me give me give me out manning's just too weird you type in now. I have done this before we do this. Every East Ham you type in east of money and go to go to the page where they have all the pictures you see. Ain't no fucking everyone of every one of us this shit. That's that is that's a bloom house movie rate. That's the pennywise of east of the black white. You say this. I've never seen this. Siamese twin Easter bunnies joined by the Paul. Which David Lynch movie is? Wow Cheese is this. Doesn't that motherfucker escape from a land every direction? Look at this issue. I don't like the way she's scared but she's smart moves. I help me a bucket. A Dick Hood on a little crazy is gues- true you got you have every horror filmmaker here mark you correct. You Got David Lynch. You got you got you. You see if I can find it here. You've got David Kronenbourg. You're right. What's the one right below? It is this one. Yeah Oh shit. There's no pretense there. You want to get your kid when you give them to that guy. Focus eight Santa Claus and took his beard around himself as a trophy yet. Jesus Man Yeah People. Wes Craven Assumption. Because what I was thinking West Creek. Wes Craven's the Easter Bunny. For What is Dr? Dad's still mission right here Dan. That's why I feel sorry for this one scary to say some rough years. He's trying to get back on. Its feet this is not even the hard version of it. This is like Remm dream is to abuse. Yeah Meth Bunny Meth. But who said that Crimson Grimsson Grimson case it that Yeah Man. Fuck that man. Over the weekend I watched. Ma Maybe you talking about it and I'd never seen it. Oh Yeah Yeah. It was real good up until it got stupid. Yes what was it was? It was a third act because it was it was going well building the tension here but then you get to third act and they start to reveal what about like. Oh yeah that's that's it and there's so many places where you go well. What does happen and over here? You Act like you didn't know her now. You you begging for forgiveness because the stuff you know you did and nobody's nobody's talking to each other Ma all said you weren't going back over there but now he suddenly y'all partying and you should be calling the cops but instead you just getting in your mom's car still in Carter goal would try to save somebody. I mean. Everybody thought was going to be because everybody was texting me. Jesus Christ everybody was texting me when this came out is ready just completely just ended Berg. I really liked the first few minutes of it. I'm married buddy. Go was watching this and texting me. Oh of course we don't found next. Get out going to meet a boy. Sucks Okay Oh let's get. Excuse me can you buy some news from my friends and I not interested. Please show. This never happened. Okay thanks again for doing this. Man You guys WanNA party rockstars eerie. It was actually a great setup it was and there's a lot of potential there but everybody thought shit is a black person for some scary music playing on. It is weird. Oh hanging out with a bunch of white people. This is going to be the next. Get out no no no not even close. Thanks as earrings. What happened last night? Do you got mad at me for something. I don't want to hang out at MAS anymore. Either plays them to sit up like it's scary. What it really is. No no I mean it's more you know full attention and it's psychological cool for a while but there is a portfolio like. There's no reason for this to go on as long as it has yeah. Teenagers are quick to call us up creepy and some of the stuff she does have been enough and then we go all right. We are not going back over there. Yeah I don't care how stupid teenagers are movies. They would have been like. Why are you fucking hanging out with is going to let me thank you and everything but fuck that? And she was acting weird. It would have been. She did plenty of things that would have been enough. Anybody go again. Let's fuck that people be able to watch somebody. Knicks get out just goes up scaring creepy looking crazy black person hanging around. Wipe you. Don't don't don't fall for this. It's all right. I hate it but I was like. Yeah this could have been so much better. Speaking of movies in reviews You want to hear about friends. Sonic here you know everybody's talking about sonic the hedgehog. What was that that the rings gets hit? I understand okay. Okay he does. You'll Vietnam. Yeah that's a lot of sonic games lately. Man I'm no I can't with that guy Asked what they thought. Everybody's reaction was GonNa be this movie. Especially when that first version of sign it came to the comically side. I guess the way supposed to look what he's supposed to look. And so I just tell you what my review was very quickly before getting. Here's and we'll see if he agrees so when I saw it made clear that I had to play the game since Sega. Genesis was not my thing but you know signicast huge fan base. So I don't get a lot of things that are happening is just really big. This one big sonic fan service but I did say listen is got some problems. It's got some big problems. One biggest problems is that the that the the redesign you could tell when the render wasn't completely good like like you stand well. Did you see that they take some shortcuts noticed particularly when he's in the bar when he's interact with people touching people's like that? That's not have that looks. You're not matching up to win. Getting someone's like no. That's not the way the cavalry mustache. Yes feels very much like me when I was watching begins. He's curtains rain. Curtains are so bright. He's so sharp up against it bad but may look like he's straight up on a green screen there but I I was saying listen. There are some things in here that I wanted to stand about. Sonic near some things here that I just don't like that I don't like any movie. Yeah being a road trip movie. Okay Martin you know what I'm talking about so being that It's Road trip movie. There's certain things that people doing road trips that I don't like to do it all the time. Go to a Bar honky talk. Yeah I was GONNA say a cowboy cowboy. They end up. They end up bumping into the biggest dude. Man piss him off and next thing bar and you know I hate. I hate when a road trip movies. Keep repeating the same thing points off. The mother thing was I don't like when things are inconsistent like when some people get when they see soccer long. Just gotta WHO's your boobs your friend who you hipsters in us all right so some people freaked out and some people just kind of like you know. This is nothing a buck and talking alien. You can't have it both ways. You can. Some people look at him. I guess I guess. A Sonic pistol in that borough so bad and we don't like we're con here. He's like what hipsters. Jesus Christ that's that's the thing about gay continue. Well no no. You know what? I'll wrap it up. I'm just pointing out that things that didn't didn't like took points off run. Yeah but also Fart joke. Narrow thought was unnecessary as a Fart. Joke in new 'cause he refers to him and Chili dogs but they could have done that in a much. More CLEVER WAVE THEY. They did it in the movie itself when he eats the Chili dogs. Like oh he did it. And that's a visual cue people who just watched like all it so that's a little funny visual thing but people who play the Games like Oh thank you for doing that but they have to just emphasize the fact that ate them over and over again. But I do love Jim Carey in Harry's eastern right Jim Carey's funny as hell in this man. I know he's going back to the winter as Ventura Dave a Jim Carey but he's he's really good man at that he's so funny and I think the character of sonic actually like the character. He gets them nerves. He's a little too manic. Yeah but I was like the reason was because he was raised on earth. Nobody to talk to. He's lost fucking mind. She was like eight years old. He arrived on the planet. And so he's yeah he's going to be a little stunted immature for the most part he's he's Okay. I never. I never despised him. I think the movie would have failed. If I actually really disliked the character never goes at that point thankfully okay and the other thing is. I think that they pull a superman. He said they steal they really do need. Blows up fucking San Francisco Dr Robotic. Does Jim Carey? He's on doesn't help right into cars using Mrs Scheele Gusman. Right here yeah. That bus had people in it. Man You you kill. People in the city released responsible partially responsible for their deaths. Yeah go based. Sonic back in the day he would have directed produced teenage mutant Ninja Turtles exactly but overall. It was not a bad movie. So are we ready to claim video? Game Adaptation No. I mean detective pitches still better film. I think what this I grieve. I mean the saint and the same exact ways my biggest issue the sound like they do right by sonic and of his world introducing all the things. That's all fine but in the day. What's what's wrong with this film is just. It's it's not a great script. It's a lab a lot of bad. Dial that really. This movie could have been Fixed Income Action Very enjoyable for people across the board and they just give them better dialogue like they have James Marsden and he's doing the best he can but he's trying to sell these jokes. I said like for every eight jokes. Only two of them really hit. That is just. That's disappointing not to the point like I hate when I'm seeing because thankfully because someone like Jim Carey who clearly went off script. I'M GONNA do my own thing. I know I'm in a video game. Movie Right now and he sells completely he embraces the character of Dr Robotic. He is the best video game villain. They'll never know. That's not a very broad category does a great job. He's very entertaining and they cleaned it up a secret. I'm very interested to see what they're going to do with him. And they're going to even fucking more nuts than he's he's a he's threatening to kill people. It's like yeah I mean I'm talking to a dead man right now. What's the what does it matter like? That's the dialogue. He's given so he seems like always cookies like now. He's actually legitimately threatening the Phil told James Marsden he said Bitch. I will kill you up and nobody would ever know you exist. He said that in his house. He says you miserable. Nobody cares about you and if I kill you nobody would. The government will cover all this shit up because they got my back. All the government has his back and they hate him but he's just so good at his job because his all things like Ayaan stones terrorists and just kills them so they can they do it. It's crazy to think of Dr Robots anthropomorphic. He's called egg man in the game. You always names. After things after himself he has the egg death star and his robots. But you're they actually made a legitimate threat and Jim carrey plays it. He does it so so well and even sonic himself where obnoxious but not to the point where I'd start to dislike him. He actually has a few lines. That's pretty clever. There's a there's a number of visual gags like okay. You're doing fun stuff with his. Speed Force Review WanNA call. It's to rid of something. You might see an X. Men Franchise quicksilver scenes but nonetheless. It's entertaining but yeah today. I just wish someone had punched up the script because this could have been a solid net nanny and I would give it A. I would give it a high-rise it's not bad. Not a bad film. I gave it to ratings actually because I it's that kind of movie. Man. I mean you know. It has to almost three different demographics with them. Kinda go hand in hand. Yes I said that you know for me's not my thing and I don't care because I see movies all the time. That are my demographic and I'm like no this is done well and I like it. I'll tell you the reason why two points off but two kids in hardcore sonic fans. It's not gonNA matter in the it's a decent enough move to where it will work for them so I said for me. It's a very high rental. It's not bad not what people thought it would be For the kids out there. Which is it's a kids movie man but the kids at their citizens it's a it's a mad name okay. Good Matinee but yeah I. I didn't have a problem with it when I walked out. There is a crazy home. I was not liar. You're absolutely right. I'm like I don't know I'm glad that I'm glad he did. It doesn't make any sense. He just indulging being equally as evil playlist of songs. That just wouldn't work but he again he great so thoroughly. Thank God he's here does a dance number he jim Carey that his fucking weird and stop the movie led him dance. It has a T. Rex. It bites dancing around endless heavily. Care Man it's just it's just weird but I think that point like Jim Carrey. They just couldn't stop him. Yeah he went off. Script is clearly. I'm doing dialogue. Thank you yes. Yep Yeah he did. This movie would not be a success without okay. Yeah even a chance talking about Mesh. It was crazy. Yeah that'd be looked. I'm not even a criticism whether you like the movie are you. Didn't everybody's GONNA say that. Shit was crazy. He came out of nowhere. It was fun but it was fun though Somebody that was the best part thing. Yeah so if you look at it take your kids definitely take the man. I can't guarantee all parents will like it. But it's not bad at all man. Everybody predicted this turnaround. Everybody predicted that this move was going to buy. Oh boy. Y'All y'all love to hate until you came. Hey that's the thing that got me because everybody wanted this to. They wanted this to be a disaster. Not this will suffer. They wanted it to say right. Right before the redesign. They were redesigned. Some people just kind of like. Where Verizon's aren't you fucked up already. You should have done in the first place. These about the gloves. Oh yeah oh no doesn't make any sense especially during what I want to reveal the scene. Because it's a spoiler wine. Just take the gloves off talking about. I mean yeah because they do Han Solo and it's like here's how he got his red shoes and everything but they don't explain the gloves born the gloves but the original design just had white hands and so you can tell it's like okay this is inconsistent and it's weird and the thing is when it came down to they just want us to another seen of him get gloves or they could. They could explain the globe with the shoe is already shot. Yeah yeah explain the glove. They put them got them. Buttered laws. Try to explain shit about that. Which was brought up an interesting point. Man I was saying you know the original design. It was not very good but it made more sense for the world itself. Yeah I'll give them that just creepy. Yeah that's all that's all man but yeah people go check it out. If you got kids definitely taking the the one thing I will say they'll just to end it. I hope that they do the thing that technically could you did where it's going to their world and because. I think that's what this movie I'll be shouldn't have been better. So James Marsden his wife going to sonic's world in their old Green Hill zone or whatever. It's called so that might be better. Yeah I was thinking doing I was like you know they. They list whenever they want to save some money. They'd take something from another planet on another world and make them go to Earth exactly did he. Man Hours Yeah. We all sit. I can't wait to spend some time only attorney in today's my buses going to earth. Fuck what's the new thing of doing what? He man cartoon or live on Netflix series. Applic- show net Netflix. Show anime almost okay because I did once some years ago. Yeah good agreed. I got a bunch of a famous voices for this Damn Mark Hamill Sculptor Mark Hamill. It's right along the Jason us. It's being produced by Kevin Smith there so he's playing oracle would but no I man. Let's see yeah you go watch the review that we did on Thursday. It was fun and we couldn't agreed on. Chad is talking about some things with the movie. Somebody put on bit this Ryan this but somebody wrote some on that same shot man. Everybody goes on these car rides. But do you need. That's what I said and review. I said if you are. Cg Rodent Aranda animals. You need Iraq called James Marsden. You like Uber. Cg Animal Us. You know what I'm saying. I'm going to see what the third one is going to be. Now I got to. Yeah everything's threes was he. Was He in a Yogi bear. I have no idea. Thank No. That's not from northerly. Funky works as says also another reason. Maybe people love this. Simple movie is true. That is not the great movie ever but it's not private said greatest movie ever but since Hollywood release in so many lecture movies sign. It looked so fun simple to watch without the current trend that makes stress. This movie gives a enthusiasm and the style of sonic also. They changed the model for all right. Hey thank you for the comment right there. No listening by no means getting. Don't get me wrong. I have nothing against simple entertainment films. Man That's what this if you do. Well Yeah but I actually think Tech the peak. Who did it better absolutely? That's to me. That's the best game we've gotten so far. This did not reach that height. Yeah this is better. This beat tech pitching in terms of box office. Yeah but anyway tell you what folks we're gonNA come back and get. It says we're doing reviews. Let's go ahead and get into a review for fantasy fun to see undecided on fun to I think it was in Michael paintings contract that he had to pronounce it fun to See Island on notice. He said that every time fantasy spin in order to come to see fantasies. Spend my fucking all right. Let's go ahead and take a quick break and we'll be right back after this. Oh thank you guys being here today and some fun man come in Ninja said in the chat. Ooh This is going to be a good Sunday service. I thought yes I cannot wait. Oh Yeah and please people. I'm glad to see this movie man. Oh yeah I really wanted it? Listen I don't know if you'll disagree with me and not but I. I love listening to different opinions on these things because I got some strong opinions about this rating and nothing that I'm even passionate about but I'm just thinking Yano. Hi I'm about the movies. You go off on certain things so might as well get rid of Huila Soapbox Ono no soapbox and got some dirt to throwing shovel instead going off agenda gender anything. It's just a welcome back. Everybody thinks I'm on bringing agenda with this review black due to get the white woman on the thing the way bill go before. Yeah there's going to be fun. I listen about again to our view for fatty solemn. As you see right below me right here also we got the skull cracked challenge to talk about and the box office and we're going to get into some games real quick before we go on out of here. Maybe I'll save my game for next week. You let you get into a sonic place on thank you. You know what we should live mark because I I don't mind staying a little little late playing a game. I want to keep Mar. We should probably get cup. Hit FOR MARTIN. And then we'll let him play and then after we download that then you can play that everyone's going to have to stay. It's easier stay on watch. I'll suck at Games. I wait till next week you could. You could Walmart and June does for July. It'd be nice weather and everything man but you know what being that will be nice but I want you to be out in it. I don't want to be playing video games. So let's go ahead and knock it out. You know my mom always say why. Put off tomorrow what you can do today Vice Mars. That ain't Momma never said Joe Momma ain't my mom but yeah folks we're going to go ahead and get into this review rate here and let's see let's see where we at right now going to take this off real quick. What you laughing about autism. No I'm glad you guys saw this and I didn't know you are you a so prejudice you know you don't know say about. I do not know what's going to be. You have no idea man so racist man. What is wrong against adaptations of several properties? Yes you are man you you really are. Catch this man just movies. Yeah let me say it comes from his show. First of all a lot of things for a lot of people people were about to get into our review for fantasy mile. Is everyone smiles. I smile got dancing. Teeth don't know growl `sorry now's a little too much but listen the show fantasy island which what would come out in one thousand nine hundred seventy eight. Sunland nineteen seventy. I'm believe it was it was it was a late seventies show. Seventy Chablis was nineteen seventy eight. I'm GonNa tell you it was not a great show and all it only guy because it was on a night when nobody had anything else is on a Saturday night it would come on after the love. The love boat. That's right but I will tell you that this show had two things going forward. These things probably made people watch this show. They probably saved this show. What thing that it had. It had a coolest Mexican flyer suit right there. You know and it also had a cool as French. Midget know that little midget that will come out. We talked about this the other day he come out. They make little as walk the walk that they put that little midget to work made ahead is delays. Go Up that. They were almost wrong with that. I mean this is giving me something to do to it. Keeps running around I? May they made those tattoo name of the French midget there and Tattoo Tattoo was called to men? Tattoo hunt his back in the day and everything man Tattoo was players know this so I got him so much man but he worked for laze about this big right here. And they had they could have a bell on the ground and he runs in Tara quasimodo stock and made the lace plan those three stories. The rain heavy has as bill what he pulled us. How much input name is GonNa take a while to give back a made employees castle tolerate? They're dragging it get up there and just as tight as hail those famous lines FAC funny man. Because a lot of people they don't know what to call. The little person are midget. Because I know sound like I was being I was the one. That's being racist of the day. Insensitive INSENSITIVE and turns out that he actually her villages and so the two characters have played. Mr Rourke and Tattoo you had Ricardo Montalban and Hervey her they villages and Hervey. He actually preferred the turn midget. Yeah because that was what I mean. That was the term up until just the last twenty years I thought like like I was saying thought Dwarf was Connie mythical creature. Call me by my proper turn midget. That's what I like. But you know this show was also more of a drama fantasy. Yeah back at the time You know be being at it was a this was a TV. Show on Saturday nights in the seventies. No one ever brought the dark s fantasies. I mean every so often to get a little bit but never hardcore never hardcore man never concord. They never brought in any real dark as fantasies. Anything nobody wants. Nobody ever wanted to orgy. Nobody can I'm murder to my ex husband. It was always old aging. Tv or movie stars. Who didn't get work anymore. Who would have a fantasy of getting back with their high school girlfriend? Yeah and sometimes it wouldn't. It was always some some love. The yeah they were doing but you know now is forty years later four decades later you know we live in a much different time at this point. Can't be soft now no. You can't be kids listening to solve on Tom. About fifty s up and put your crack out by me. That's actually several song but yeah man. It's a different time. Kids the watching the walking dead on TV on a Sunday night. So you know any soft as love stories anymore. Blase they said you know. Let's go ahead and explore those darker fantasies. Let's see what happens when People WanNa you know torture people as part of their fantasy fantasy island. Let's see what happens when somebody must have put themselves in the middle of danger and that is what we have here with this new fantasy island. What if we would have people brought in these darker more complex fantasies with all these dark repercussions that somehow maybe border on the fringes of Har-? You know well let's fuck that let's make it a straight up horror movie Go here did they succeed. Let's go look at the trailer for Fantasy Island. Twenty twenty and we'll be back with our review. There is an elevator in the elevator. You press the button to wouldn't behind those doors life. You always takes opening like oh no watched paranormal activity. That's my fucking do this weekend. You will our hear anything and everything's possible no service. It's not everything is possible. Good evening Mr Moore. Let me officially. Welcome into fantasy. Island lessening curious. How this all works? What if your fantasy involves person from your life? Holograms like to poke somebody who died too. So what's your fantasy? Revenge on a childhood bully at the urine lie is about to chain Shannon really got hologram. There was only one fun to see progress. You must see your fantasy through else recently and has been bugging me really. Yeah I don't know I know I saw this God. That's really hurt. This is not what I meant. Put the hose. This place die here. The islands twisting or word brought here to have our fantasies warnings. We were brought here to be a partisan the house. I'm your friend. I do want to tell you that this is being pitched as a more darker version of fantasy island which in some cases it is but they make it seem like fantasy island never went to those dark areas which they did it should they even have Mr Rook. Actually go up against the devil do remember I do. Oh Cornelius. Who Was it as a as the Devil? You will when you see it. But he on original writing. Dow Dow actually had actually had missed a Roy. Go up against the devil himself. How will your cake Mrs Bream and let me just tell you that smooth as Mexican right there? He's even to smooth for safe without harming the child time. I'm so sorry you didn't know Mrs Spreen was pregnant. You're not you are forbidden to touch the unborn child if you cannot take all scientists at this point rolling. Do you remember this offense. I know of it. I know the famous phrase the time the plane episodes. Yeah Yeah I mean this. This whole fight with the devil that came in a much later season. We're out of ideas point. Satan Sound Episode Tamara to look recurring villain or is this one and done. He lost what I want to go back to the first time they ever pretty much declared okay. Mr Roy is supernatural man. Yeah because at that point is just like Um this guy's mysterious going. Well you gotTA BE. You got a magical island the bad ass super but that's what's missing from okay. Let me go onto some criticism here. See that's what I noticed immediately missing from this movie man. The movie had no the charisma's missile from the show. Dude Michael Sucks Man. I mean not not not in life not in general but in this movie he's off you know first of all even begin to Michael Pena. In Mr Rourke sit there are no which are thinking. We gotta be careful but we needed that midget man. I'm sorry and I'm sticking to this. We need it. We needed a midget tattoo in here. And I it because you know what we have right here because they to what they try to do is they. Try to actually have a replacement for for Tattoo in the beginning like they have a that. Chikha Parisa fits handling like you said at the beginning kind of being the Baroda Tattoo. Like no man. You Ain't no tattoo. I'm sorry and she's fine. She's fine. How beautiful beautiful woman? Here's he's playing Prince Harry's wife in a movie something to really the Queen the Megan Markle Meghan Markle. Yeah you blame Meghan Markle. But you know she's nice to look at but in this movie she ain't got no personality none. She's there for nothing. She's there by the time he duke into something with her is done. Don't even try now here with that. We need a little bit little Easter Sunday. Suit right there and I'm gonNA tell you because of a Colonel Sanders is serving a little nuggets. Because you don't think I'm being meat and I'm not I'm meant what. I said that they need a midget in here and I'll tell you why this is not the most ideal movie for it but man this hardly any roles were little people out there. It's true at all and this is this could have been kind of got. Somebody paid could've given some work to a little person and you know what I think about a little people man. Even their roles are going to a full size people. Now outsourced take a guess. Cg has made to a little more work when the rose for them lured the rains right there. You know what I'm saying. It's Peter Richer bust. We can't get him. I can't get anybody got a monopoly really. Does Davis headed for a while but then pure piglets. Came in the game of thrones right. War Davis can't do number leprechaun movies now if they really need a black midget they got that one black midget out that his name. Tony's yeah but I kinda meaning they could have given some work to somebody who needs it. But but you're right. Listen my Michael and I like I said I'm not saying in general because there's there's plenty of things I like it man not this yes Michael Pinon man. Let me be nice about this Michael. Y'All looking Michael Pinon right there. Y'All can tell just by looking at his head this full. I'm sorry no disrespect at all. He's a very handsome man and he's very good in movies but he ain't no Ricardo Montalban. Yes lobby I know Ricardo Montalban and they know it takes A. It takes a rare person to be that level of smooth. You need like Antonio Banderas. You need you know what you need an Antonio banderas Spanish right. Yeah so I was thinking if you really want to look if you really want to keep the family gets get you something like Diego Luna Good Choice. Oh get yourself and I took them in that suit right there like you know but the guy is talking about even when it came out of your modeling Diego Luna looked at this and he said you better get Michael opinion because they know smooth as Mexico in this shit right here that full probably will be but nothing maybe they could have pulled somebody up from the from the Novella Leagues but this listen. I'm GonNa tell you man dig a little bit of Mike Opinion Man. Mike Opinions a handsome Guy Michael Ping. He's been movies where he hasn't been smooth. He has been the guy you know like the the ladies man and whatnot and I bought it. No one time was chips. And you didn't. None of us bought that he's been charming. I wouldn't even say smooth chummy trying to help one time. He tried to do that was in chip. And we can't let me say he's miscast trying to help you try to help you. Did you roll the movie? Did you roll may have been in the first place. They didn't wrong by casting if they did him wrong about by by gassing them up the telling them not no you got this man Rico Suave somebody trying to help. You met in the movie but the movie did him wrong. I'll tell you how I am Mr the ambassador so shut his baggy suit untucked where he says. I'm the ambassador of the island like helium. Believe what they told me. I'm the ambassador of the silent. Fantasy suit that fits iron lever. He's bedsheets you couldn't wish Taylor Amir's warehouse fucking really you put him in his overcut. Montalban headed just down with three pizza. Yeah that's the thing. He just rolls out of bed like he like his plane just landed. Shit I gotta get to work with him to get out of by the look like you know you know how kids when they When Dad is gone like a seven year old going to the dentist clause in his closing down Bill Daddy. I'm going to work with you before you get his third sit. Dirt is up in the movie. Did him wrong miscast but they did him no favours man putting them in you got. Dan clan desires. Let me officially welcome into fun to sign? We're all just discussing how this works exactly You will know soon enough and I promise you will not be disappointed. The island has two rules. There is only one fantasy progressed and to you must see your fantasy through to its natural conclusion. You know fuck all the rules. They put they laid out the rules carefully. There's one part of the movie for you. You want us to spoil the movie will. I'm going to do it anyway. So don't listen if you don't fantasy island but they not by by those rules at all winners convenience But you know they got all these They got all these other forgettable characters in him man. The moment they mom they get off these off this plane. You know you know you don't give a fuck about these people fantasies silly silly as fantasies. They got here one makes sense for especially for Horror Movie Lucy Hale the girl on the right shoulder blind dirty blond right there. You saw the trailer. She wants revenge on her high school. Bully Austin stole. That's the guy in the middle right there. He he wants to be brave like daddy out there. He wants to be a soldier. He wants to be a soldier so he can prove his worth to his father. Maggie q she wants to say. There was a moment that she regrets. That could've brought up much happiness so she was trying to go in and fix that billy. She said no she probably should have said. Yeah so let me go back and fix that out there to fuck in the Israeli you. Can THEY JUST WANNA party? You could tell the most Shalam of like is when it does seem like they didn't have a real fantasy. Yeah that's that's Brad. Of course Brad is the way Dune branches the Asian Guy Ryan Hansen and Jimmy L. Yang. They didn't they. They was his name. His name is J. D. J. D. A. D. AND BREAKS O. J. D. and brags I'm sorry. Ged and brax over there brags named after the fucking space goes character and don't be petty. I'm not padded. Yeah man you know I'm looking at this and like you lot washes you. Could you could tell you can tell the dumber because when it comes to playing like everybody else is either. Uninteresting are bitchy and unlikable are Are Just fucking idiots like these two five and Shit when they get on the plane? You know you're ready. We'll tell you this in their defense I want. I'm not GonNa go to the whole explanation. But the brothers and they have very sweet relationship. They do. They're not as annoying as they start out. And I actually thought that the move is cool. I thought that too when they start out like all right these guys are just. Yeah the Bros. But the lawyer went on and you saw their relationship is like you know. It's kind of fun hanging these these. Watch them after a while they were the characters that you actually wanted to see more because nobody else is as interesting as now even the predicament that they're in a store stupidest but there's the comic relief fancy wages affects the whole movie. It brings down home movie with this so I actually liked those two guys man but the you know the whole thing about this movie being. Harvey'll bullshit is not a horror movie man. That's that's that's the thing I thought this keeps happening. A lot where things are marketed is horror movies. Audience COMES OUT MEG scary. And it's like yeah 'cause the market is kind of fucked you over. This is really not not much of a horror movie. It's not a horror movie man especially see Blunt House and from the clips they show and you know you see in Porsche Doubleday torture you like Oh shit. But for the most part it's probably more drama action adventure. Yeah it's list this is the PG thirteen fantasy at best is pg thirteen fantasy that that has that has extremely extremely soft touches of Har- very soft. I'm talking about it. Going not scary. Not Not at all. You know the the some of the things that they have in here. One of the worst touches of hard that they have in here is a big old musclebound. Do that looks like a surgeon right here with his with his mouth. Shut that down so sewn up right there. They call him Dr Torture and his mother Fucker Man. It's time coming up with Dr Watson. You could tell the scripts and he is. He is something straight out of goosebumps seriously. I'm not lying. Yeah if you watch the goosebumps movie here should be walking right at them creatures and everything. It's the aspect slap in the show started talking islands every now and then every now and then in the movies. There's a there's a dude that you get glimpses of and you think okay. Now we go against them. We're at the hard part of this but even Indians of being stupid when you find out what the what the whole story behind that is when when I finish when you find out what's happening like fucking dumb right there you know what is at this point that. I thought this should have been. This should have been a parody of fantasy island. Nobody because nobody wanted this man. This is a forty year old property. That wouldn't even net cool back in the day. It was said the plane cool as cool as Latin dude in there but this should have been a period of this could have made. This could make a fun comedy. Spoofing fantasy island like like Martin was saying that the show back in the day. What they did was on that show. It was all about bringing people to the island and they might have some edgy. Moments supernatural moments. But it's all about love. Yeah most of the time it was family members or something like that give new or or just getting taught a lesson getting taught what you thought you wanted and this is how it worked out and now you've got to go home and think about yourself. Yeah exactly now. What if they had made a spoof? Or you know a comedy where people come in with these fantasies and they go horribly wrong. You know it could. You could have made this comedy just you could. Maybe just straight up comedy. Not even with the hard. Just make fun of fantasy island. Sure to jump street. This shit problem right thing I think about is fantasy island is so old. You'd be making a pair of something people go. I don't know what this is. Referencing is true. And that's another thing only if you spots inspiration with this and it was inspired to make the Sahara Fleet. But you didn't push it hard enough in the area. I really the more this went on the more I was like. You know. It's a lot like just an episode of fantasy island. It's it really is. It feels like this would be a season finale if they did it like a special two hours season finale and then somebody wrote that script and pass it around and then somebody else said. This isn't going to work. Let's meet let's meet at a horror element to it. Let's put that in. There could have been the Halloween episode. Yes island or something and so the more they crowbar it in that the Hara element the more start falling apart. It's like this isn't really fit with everything else this. This has this in the middle of the role of nothing in the middle of the road when cars and even go by in house. And it's like this. This has this has this. This has meaning for no one wants to be everything but ends up being none of those things I mean. I don't know if it wants to be everything but he's trying to be to at least two different. Maybe three things. Just I mean the show itself. Sometimes you know some fantasies would be more comical sentimental and some might be edgy. But have you know a little bit dark? You'll have Satan in his ass. I get trying to juggle those things. He's just not a great juggler right. No and there's nothing there for anyone in this is to offer Hara fans. There's just draw blood. There's no Gore. There's no scares is. Pg Thirteen but kids. Like I don't know what the fuck this isn't it. You know unless you really have an idea that works for bringing it back. They don't they don't have that here. Why would kids are teams care to see? This is two lane for the older crowd. Because it's likely I just made something completely different from what I remember man washes since I was a kid forty years ago. I don't know what we're watching this for. You know. It's not having fun with original concept too much. None of the comedy works really at all. So you're left with something here. That's no one. This is the way anyone at all and you know I I. I was mad with this. This is so nothing for anyone that I'm upset. I can't even make fun of this to make fun of no. That's the worst. It is us nine unintentionally funny knowing. It's no no. It's not unintentionally funny and this time. They are cracking jokes. Where a lot of jokes fall flat but so often summer hit mostly when is with the two brothers is so dull obstinate then? I'm like where you're giving me nothing to work with you. What am I supposed to do with this if I can't talk shit about this movie and then it granted your fantasy. Did my fantasies truth. Rookie said wait a minute. I got the PA was extremely mediocre at best and Michael. Rooker said I got you got you boy boy. Michael Michael Rooker came in. 'cause I saw him I saw him creeping early. Yeah this is Michael Rooker and he just ran on. I didn't see him in the advertising. They tried to actually save. They tried to they tried to keep is his role in the movie a secret. They tried to keep a surprise. Why he's there in the trailers because when we do find out what he's there for is completely dumb and when he is a picture that opens up a floodgate of stupid to win. A whole movie falls out in the best way. Stupidity is raining on me yet. Suck it up and up to that. Point is just an episode of fantasy island. Which which you you watch and you realize Oh yeah. That show really wasn't very good and they're being faithful so I don't know how much I can be mad at them. And he drops in. That's when the other screenwriters came in and said wait. We can't just keep it in this. I something Nice that do Michael. Rooker came crashing through the whole movie fall apart and not that that was much there but it was. It was safe. The movie was saved his own Little Mediocre Zone. But this pool came in and the mummy explain why he was there. I'd like this fucking stupid. It's let me tell you why this man was there. They find it's like what are you doing here. What what why. Why are you following us? What are you doing? He's actually helping them out because he knows the true nature of the island. Why because my man was he he says and the way they sell these lives too because sometimes maybe up the work but you say you'll land so quick it just sounds dumb girl. Provident Best Gate is sitting here from another rich guy to find that secret island. But I couldn't leave because I had had a hold on because my own fantasies and now I'm here to help with the people get up to the UK. Help you fuck himself. I mean he you know he just dirty I mean he thought he spends the rest of walking the jungle looking like a homeless man. And I'm like I've seen what on his island. You can at least splash your face. You know it did seem like he came in excess. Oh Hey I brought a box that that that I got from the TV show lost. And I want to dump somebody because it didn't have any of that so suddenly he comes up with with his explanations. And it's one of those movies where the more it explains itself. The more you go in. Don't do that. Don't just stop talking. Do you ever notice that the show fantasy island never explain how people got these fan because when they start explaining the nets win logic starts kicking like okay. If you want to play you relate some sitting down like this island where nobody can get on the island without permission. Those no exceptions this fool got easing and he's got them at Grandma's shirt this full. He got an island as a private investigator Ireland. The province guest investigator get on there because apparently is open to the public. People found out about this. She groupon did. There's a whole read it on. This is red on the island. People leaving Yuck we sit. There's a magical island where people a yelping it does is. It makes no sense once we start doing well fuck. How did you even build this house? Because the island is says when they didn't want anybody gets the island a hold over their fantasy. It's like well. How do people come in here and do plumbing how people stock in the Bar and the restaurant? That's that's where it slips into. Lost Territory Magical. Does this do anything? We can just pull whatever you need. The silent will do exactly how you know how they come here and build his house. I you know I don't get it fucking get it man. You know some things as opposed to say well. Don't ask questions but Goddamn and I'm going to ask questions because I want to ask this damning you know but it's you know all the stupidity that comes in man we get into. The movie is dumb when he gets in. And that's when we start getting into things like you know what's the what's the source of islands powers and it was like it is like don't explain this shit. I'm GonNa tell you what I don't care because it makes no sense. Apparently the source of the the the island's power is in. They see. This is why you don't explain. You either. Have to explain further a shut. The fuck yeah. It's a rock that means water. It requires the always be water. So can produce this black. Goo that somehow provides the source to produce these not existent. People look crystal similar to what you might see. Superman the movie where you look into it and see your fantasies and the waters from it allows you drink it. That allows your fantasies to happen. Why would you thank you? Thank you think? It's a hallucination that but now the thing is this they had this. Gu that either produces people out of thin air like dead people or people that live far away recreates them and makes them abnormal are recreates. What looks like normal acting people who eventually zombies and everybody sees these creatures. So you know it's not just it's not like all the LSD trip. The movie does not follow rule. Though sometimes that black Goo can make a copy of you just because yeah not a no way when not even a real explanation by and yet the island can do all this but Mr root can sing goons kidnap you from your from your apartment outside the off the I'll bring you back to the island. So that when other people get their urine knows what their fantasies are and everything you know. There's a there's the one of the funniest fantasies in here the traffic. That goes straight out. Just ridiculous is you boy. Jd and brax over here they end up. I got to tell you this. This is so funny ship. They ended up getting chased by Zombie. Cartel members took custody pursued. And the funny thing. Is they shoot like they real cartel dangerous people but stopped shooting star? Think this fucking this is stupid. I mean is this kind of okay that because we're dealing with the with the comedy aspect of the story but then the other characters start coming in as like none of all of this crashing. Yeah when it all comes together because everything with them it seems like such a joke like even the head of the cartel the rushing cartel. He's he's overplaying. It's Kim coates. He's he's actually having fun with it. I was enjoying because you know. He's actually kind of funny. Just he's he's he's so over the top but then when these other serious stories had come connecting with it you know like I don't know how I'm supposed to feel now shoot needs cartel members and edges count. We can't kill these things. Let's all right man. I was Legno ride on Mediocre fucked. Everything up y'all just stupid. This is stupid. You're not working with me anymore. You you brought this on yourself everything that everybody say about you you brought on yourself. You did this remember this. You know. It's it's it's like I said it doesn't make sense. One one one fantasy per customer one fantasy per visitor. They ignore that later on the moving boy. They start playing with that with that they should do. They should do a look. I'll tell you that this is. This is not a horror movie not even a movie the honest with you it's a it's a TV show in a bad one. This TV is a bad TV reboot of a show that would have been taken off after three or four episodes and on the CW mighty Ghana season might might have gone a season. But if I had had more teenagers in it though if stay long enough to get you know stay long enough to actually get to the point like if they if after episode two or three. They got to the point where we on. Third Act of this. That Shit's going to be gone. Is going to be right up there with Quickly gone if a garden TV. Show reboots like this one. You WOAH. Wait a minute wait. We had a another reboot season of. Charlie's angels you don't remember sea two episodes. Oh yeah it would have been like that. It would have been like that. It would have been the fantasy island reboot that people forgotten except when somebody brings it up on a show like ours or something and laughs at it. They can do the reboot. Abc Saturday night. 'cause Charlie's angels game on a Wednesday but it was airing spelling shows. The Charlie's angels the Love Boat Fantasy Island. And there's a couple more but Aaron spelling was all over these shows. Yeah yeah man and if you had a series that was just every week it was a different one of those. You could probably play it out for a while. At least get a whole out of it before it got cancelled on on true. Y- I'M GOING TO SPOIL THIS FOR. Y'All stick around for that one guy who doesn't WanNa have fans spoiled for him would give the rating and then move on. I will tell you though. This movie lease had one impressive accomplishment and that is is that it is a lot worse than the direct last movie. Really Weird it's been going on since Mexico. They'll come on series. I'm seeing you know maybe the about even love Lucy Hale yeah this is truth of Dare Jeff Wide Low man. I think that this might be 'cause truth. Adele was not good but they had a theme that they kind of stuck to. It was dumb but they stuck to that this movies all over the place. He made a worst movie than this. And this was the year that this came out. That was probably In the top three horror movies come out that year I saw it. It was pretty bad now again starring Lucille. Yeah Man I guess a bunch of questions here. You know so mysterious plan on people fantasies. How has any even work? Those logistical questions. Here with that. You know maybe in a better movie that could explain later but wants to start getting dumb. You AIN'T GONNA ASK FOR THE NON. Explain it down satiated on. Don't introduce enough elements. Where you you you start questioning logical reasons for this island exists. Because you would think like the way it's marketed that they would get to this island and they would turn into saw but that's not what happened. No no nice now. What happens is it's a very mediocre movies for as is for preteens who For whatever reason parents not letting them watch horror movies and this is the closest thing you can do they have when they have church lock INS. You know. They'll probably they'll probably let them letting might not too evil for the kids. They might let them watch something like this. Don't let your mind water erotic fantasies. God it's a good. It'll be a good lesson as to what your fantasies could take. Yes yeah yes but other net as bullshit straight us a mobile version so I didn't hate it like you did. I don't hate it. I'm I'm just telling you this I'll have to hate them. I'm just kind of like I'm just saying it is moving worth my time to hate enough. I'm just saying who is a bad badly. Ridden badly executed. It's a stupid fucking failed it I I can sit up. It'd be like man smiles. I'd like because I'm looking at him like is there because it's a good -able that's the things those like. It's not it's not. Even anger is kind of like. Yeah you just a bad movie you get you give what you get. Are you know you get what you give was nothing? I just think I'm GonNa say something he's going to get. You're GONNA hijacking Jake. No I just want to let you too. Because we say these things he's like. I'm angry or I waited like. Nah NO NO NO I. I didn't hate it where I was. Lot. This is some Ole Bullshit. I was like all right. These characters seem to knowing it first and in the long it went on I was like all right. They're not so bad and everything you're saying is correct it just it just hit me is like this is just being. It's fantasy island. It's it's actually. I give him props for being more accurate than it should be because it reminded me the idea that show it was it was all in the gimmick of the opening and the setup and then I remember whenever I would watch an episode. I would get bored in the middle of it. I don't even know how many I actually finished or just watched all the way through. And this is so much of that and Michael. Rooker comes in changes the direction and it starts to get stupid all right. Well okay. It's not what it was but You know whatever it's still fantasy island and I thought you know rental whatever it's like a TV show it gets and then that lasts fifteen minutes comes on and that's when it said come on now because what happens. Is They throw? I'd read this before going to see it with somebody wrote man. It's gotta a gut buster of twist at the end. So I was like all right. Well I got it because I thought if this is bad. I'M GONNA leave early so I can come over here but I will say this. I gotta see that ending is whole my God. That's a doosy it's it is so it's screams. This movie was done in the can and somebody came back and said Nope. I want to write a twist with this idea that because when when he gets all laid out intricately laid out you go. Yeah but from the scene here. That means that can't have happened. Because you did all this and you didn't and so that that completely blows it and if that were enough. I'm not gonNA say what it is but oh my God that thing they do with the very end I was like. That's the problem with this movie. It's too fucking cheesy other is cheesy and then it saves the biggest hug of limber cheese for the very end like like. You're trying to get up and leave and he goes. You hate me yet. Meant no I'm just I just want to go home. I know I know but what if I give you this leave? Come on yeah. Yeah it's honestly I felt like it was a low rental put that that very in that lasts fifteen minutes. Turn it into a similar bullshit and yeah it was like an angry. I was like you know some level. I'm kind of enjoying it but it it just takes interns whereas like you just made it impossible. I try until you pass on just like being mediocre like somebody pop this on at home some kid but it happened early for me when Michael Rooker came in and start explaining shit. I'm like this. There's none of this makes sense. And now we're getting to the end where you just you were able to top all this dumb shit that we have going on earlier almost now. I people talking about spoiling novels week. We're going to tell you what I'm GonNa take a break and we don't spoil this shit I'll give you time to side with you. WanNa stick around and listen to it but yeah we don't spoil it. We'll do that right after this and this Dumb Shit. I want to know about this. It's not even speak. It's not dumb in a new way. Okay we've seen other films do this like you didn't have to do A. Yeah it's it. It just shows you how they didn't have a story okay. It's something where they just make made up something so they could really get the hell on earth but when Michael comes in does that when we becomes unintentionally funny because I can get into those. They're like babbling. Just start laughing at it now. It doesn't it does because that's when well okay because I tell you because that's when you get they they start getting chased. Moore's like it turns into something like like risen and evil because that's when he started behind that that's what he's not getting chased by this big as big ass creature right. He's chasing him to the whole island. Shows up it's like okay. This is fucking resident evil again. All right all right and Michael. Rooker has to confront him soon. Kick his ASS pretty easy. Hey everybody welcome back explaining what movie got done with me. Michael Rooker because that's the point. You realize like Dr Torches like he's a nemesis from resident evil just chasing people around Michael Rooker Diseases as easily where. He shouldn't be defeated like that. Because again the movie Benz went his own rules his explanation help. That's when all the stuff starts happening with the cartel and then and then the cartel comes into not meeting all right. Y'All WanNa hear spoilers for this for this movie ratings ninety. Yeah let's go ahead and give it to you real quick so so it is let. Let me just kind of tell you why this ending is so bad. And here's the here's the here's the reason why because it tries to have this twist and people try to force a twist a lot of times if you haven't laid out everything to work toys ending if there's some bullshit you just got a force was an end. It ain't GonNa work so the big twist to which falls flat completely destroys everything and it was already burning already put notice. The House is in flames. This chick comes in just pours gasoline on this year. The bullied girl. What's her name the hill so the the girl has therefore revenge you know. She's there for event. Hora on her her tormentor now turns out that she's not really there to get revenge on A. She's not really there to get revenge on on the girl that tortured her which we saw was that girl's name. Portia Doubleday Porsche Doubleday yes. She's not there to get revenge porcelain doubleday. Oh it's it's a little bit there but her revenge is to actually go in and get revenge on everybody everybody all the guests. And why does she want that? Because now. Here's the people what does he want? Revenge on everybody. She wants revenge because her fantasies get revenge on the people that kept her date from showing up for dinner because he died a fire. Now how does this make any difference with all these other people in here with us? Because all these folks had something to do with the debt. The debt Guy Maggie Q in the movie. She's the one that accidentally started the fire accidentally accidentally. She accidentally started the fire. The Soldier Guy Austin this Guy Austin Sto sto well. He wouldn't help her break down the door to save the Guy Right. He's a cop and he's like I'm looking at their fired. I think we ought to wait for the fire department. He's looking at die over this and you could tell us a character that we should. We should wait years so he wouldn't. He wouldn't help break down the door. Here's where it gets funny put J. and Brexit even doing it. They just ran at the medicine. What anybody would have anything to do with this at all? They thought to do was out on his date. Eight and Braxton Shit and from that logic how many people were around who didn't held in hell. It's all got invited to fantasy island just so they could just like give this bitch fantasy and let me tell you something. That doesn't make sense with that. Is that how the fuck did she get to fantasies? When they told people who had won she she had her first. Fantasy was the bully she got but then but then she gets the bonus when torture everybody see she somehow wrapped it all in well. The bully made me feel bad. Which is why cancelled the date. Way Back in high school to believe made me feel bad about myself maybe insecure. So that's why I stood him up on the date in Asia. She should kill herself as well and they say she's crazy because she said he was. When I talked to the girl he was the first guy that made me feel like I wouldn't ugly like all right like somebody wanted. You may be missing about ten today. Got Damn Fantasy Island helped me and it's dumb is all that is the undercut it further by somebody looking on her phone and go like oh she only had one date with. This guy. Had to tell you that because even played that up like Braxton bitches crazy she want to hear one day yeah. People are stupid but some of those. Ad libs. Hey you laugh on the set and you don't leave it in. The Chad is talking about you. Fucking kidding me like the movies got ten minutes left and it does this. This fish in the chat is like I. I knew at one day be like boo. Oh and you guessed it. Here's the big twist ray when everybody's gone. The only way in the middle of the cartel kills a kills J. D. The brother kills J. D. but in order to bring J. D. bag the island will give the apparent. It's like teeny they'll give Brax one one wish. But you know there's a sacrifice give and take a quick a quid pro quo you will. Yeah I'll rack and bring Brobeck but that's the case you gotta stay on forever. Yeah he's only back as long as you stay here so throughout the movie. They've been calling him a tat. Hey Stop calling me that nickname sti you learn ladies like Mr Rook says. He's Brexit well. Well I'm stuck with Joe. Isn't that shabby looking at what? What am I GONNA do? He's like well. No you work for me. You know by the way. What was that crazy nickname that they gave you? What was the tattoo that you so shamed of and is literally spill tattooed that has flash. We'll take that you will now be known as Tattoo the Asia. Yeah that was just like so this is orange up to lead and you had to kick me in the ass more time. It was his origin story. Tattoo man tattooed. We'll get you a suit. He spends the whole movie at times. Brother JD calls them. T- like men. Don't call me that. Oh I hate that shit. Call me that. So now he's got to work for a guy who's calling tend to wow by the way. I wish we'd be a midget now. We've been impressed by that. They actually turn them into a midget. Only would have been like that's crazy. Why why's rock even staying? There should even be like man. This is fucked leave. Well they the reason why they do have an explanation for it. He says because he doesn't know this is happening yet. Is One explain stupid as I did? But he says the reason why is because he says you know I brought my wife who died a while back and the only way that I can keep her in the image that I want her situation wondering is to stay on the island and turns out that you know by the time. Shit starts going. The Hill is when everything else is falling apart. So no no. That was beginning. But didn't seem like it is going like you gotTa let me go even surrendering and it's like all right. We're not doing this. No more sound like all right. So why are you staying? I guess he says you know what a lot of stupidest people come to the. I mean he's look around you to what is blue on him getting paid for it. I got servants. Examine ain't nobody leaving when she goes to hell ain't nobody. Hey things just business as usual man you know. I get a shitty suit for getting paid. There's no my paying him really doesn't pay to go the show up get chosen. Yeah you win Rizal Right. In what your fantasy. Is You win a contest. Except that they're only there because of what's it girls fantasy so I thought that was guys. That's the wrong come of logic opposing the wrong grass. To grow from game of thrones thought that I was like looks different. Where freckles go? Anyway Dan people will be like racism and all black people look alike all of the life skills. Find Somebody say man. She's fine and said it was all you know what the funny thing is war got. Did they do look alike. Where picture from was under all the pictures of that actress so they can use all the time and got a confused and I thought well Shit. They said it was earnest. So let me see the other. Billy makes an appearance joy. I I was so the host the time she's like she was telling house she didn't marry him and she wouldn't say why and it was like. Oh could it be that the fantasy if she does marry him he turns it to Macabre Brooks? We've got his underwear. Trae that'd be the sequel Tyler Perry's fantasy island. Okay now that I would see and still be some bullshit to say you would go into it knowing full. Well this is going to be some boom boom Max everywhere looking into the guy right behind. Try and drink some water name. There are guys won't take a quick break and we're gonNA come back with the next segment. Which is we're GonNa talk about the skull break challenge right after this. Yeah man look hang onto. Nobody go see this shit but you know you catch it. It's one of those things where you just gotTa stick with. You got time to kill it some dumb shit some real dumb shit out like I heard you know this man get his no rent on indoors. You WanNa make a show out of it though. I WanNa know found myself. I didn't get bored. I was like I where we go on with me. I was like Oh you know I gotTa tell you I wasn't. Even there was some parts I was like man. I'm not I'm like like it's like watching a TV show to be watching this but it's like a now. I'm not I'm really not eight and I'm just like I'm just saying dorm too much. Yes but then it's like oh go wait. Let's go away what did you what did you say? Hey welcome back. Everybody good to have you here and as I said tonight we just finished our review of fantasy island talk about some of the things if we can get it together and Martin played a little bit little bit of copyright here Lamar. We're going to see if you can get passed on. You sleep on your head over there and the and onions onions me. And we'll see we'll see me. See Mickey Crab Mine. Let me see here. Oh Shit I've written word challenge out of my vocabulary. I don't when you say challenges me some stupid is right behind him and I hear that we're challenges. Get afraid very afraid. I can't I can't stand man. You know the thing. Is You know I was beginning to kind of see things. Get a little bit better last week. There was a challenge. That happened thing was either last week a couple of weeks ago. So there's this challenge where it was. The standup broom challenges. Something now. What was funny about it if people are standing up these brooms because NASA was pretty much. Trolling all these dumb. As people out there NASA turn on his one day. When all the panthers lineup just the right way you can go your kitchen and get a common broom and just stand up have full baffled. It was almost like peasants as they couldn't do what they can do it. But it was like peasants sorcery for the first time. A wizard just walked into the room and just did did magic crap salon. Everybody Mass said that it's the one day out of the year broom will stand up by itself. I got two of these. Joyce committed jewelry walk authors. Were joking around social. Yeah they're GONNA be carrying buckets of water. Absolute Crazy Day for himself on you to look at this was source read. Been Black Magic be this. Wow Dad ruin your hand top crazy. I've just learned about this because I asked was fucking with you. They even did a report on the news where they would tell them. People like this ain't fucking it ain't like deep science and ain't then it certainly ain't this one time of the year where all the planets and galaxies lined up together to make these brooms magically stand up. You can do this anytime space. Here's the situation. So everyone's saying that this is the gravitational pull of the earth and the planets are aligned. And all all of that stuff so so right. After I finished my first weather at ten one I did this. Follow me over here. The Weather Center. I set this up the news today. Too Damn Australia's burning people died fucking with these brooms. So is this all about you. Know the gravitational pull of the Earth. The planets are aligned. Just right I mean look. There's nothing going on here. You know it's not like we have any strings or anything holding these up. What's taking place as this? Can you do this at certain times of the year? Maybe the vernal equinoxes. You can do this at anytime at any day of the year even want to do. I'm a weather man any night of the year. It has nothing at all to do with the gravitational. Pull or anything like that. You know what you need you have to have a broom just has a low center of gravity okay and the bristles on it are just acting like kind of like the tripod so all you need is the right broom and a flat surface so you out this right hand man shows how how how rare it is that people. Pick up brooms. Yeah exactly exactly man nasty folks. I thought they would turbo from from from the little boy that kitchen up by they had a little boy. Doing a song saw go around the room so so great there. God Shit Oh not ruined science. You broke side. It's what did you do But you know what it was. I mean yeah it was it was. They were proven people to look stupid dumb. But it was safe harmless. It was harmless. It was safe. It just took a broom and a flat. Surface is a little bit of stupidity. You got this. It was no big deal at all. Now this is where I'm this. It was safe. It was harmless. That's why I'm here to tell you the day this next thing. We're talking about You know what I was soon back and I said you know. Finally we have a challenge where kids are not trying to kill themselves or being funny in clicks in Viral. And all that kind of stuff. Those foods came back with a vengeance. Wait they came back hard man. I'm making this video to ask you. I'm making I'm making a damn. Psa right now us again. I'm saying what shouldn't have to be saying you hope for common sense instincts nature. You do this when your brain work in the body's just a fuck this. I'm not doing what is going on with. Tell but please do not do this in hopefully being that it will stop people from doing it because it takes three people to do this. Do this challenge. So you know it's not somebody like. Don't take one person to get gasoline. Puerto themselves and then they pick up a match. You know this this takes. This dumb shit takes teamwork. It's called the skull breaker challenge. Please don't do these. I'm really asking you though. I mean we're making fun of this but this is my plea to you. Don't harm yourself. What do you want to be paralyzed from the neck down looking at how stupid you were doing something called the skull cracked video by the way when you net wheelchair? Are you in the hospital? This is GonNa be on you going around everywhere in here. So he said so. You'll be viral. I mean might be in a wheelchair but let's go ahead and take a look at what this I feel stupid. Explain it to you. Let the news about it. Called the skull breaker challenge here officials say that is very dangerous. This just dome just dumb. That's the three stooges this real no three stooges looking dead. Some new moves right to do this. Pull currently yeah. Where's the Polk Challenge? Handsaw cross your head bangers. Get a nearly literally breaker skull. And now it's made its way here to south Florida schools. Abc Six hours Florida. Alright does this. Virus spreads across the Continental United States. Didn't talking to keep doing. You flew up as you were Florida. Now he spoke to a teen. Who was insulin by the Chesapeake? Got Down from doing it. Jamie comes clean up your pole. The high school freshman said she had no idea about the social media. Challenge that we just said was also called the skull. Breaker Challenge. Ready set go. This happened last week at South. Dade senior high says. She was bullied into participating in the social media challenge. She says she never did. They say she willingly shooting bullet. See this is what's wrong with this man. You know this is Makola. Sprain is on somebody who doesn't know kids don't care what I think about this kid's you break. Somebody's are you end up seriously and you really cracked skull now. Think about what's going to happen when everything comes down in the school the parents the long and your lawyers get sued yet lawyers when you get super. This is where I'm telling you man somebody should don't make any says. Do Whatever fucking stupid thing you want to use to yourself. Please don't but at least you're doing it to yourself. Sneak up on somebody with this. We got them Mowing Larry. Curly over here so to say she was. It was a thing when he's like. Yeah we're GONNA jump and record it. Yeah waited for her to jump kick the legs. Are you going to do something? That's GonNa be considered assault and then you'll put in. What are you GONNA do? You'RE GONNA put an online about you. Don't have high and I remember them. Kicking me off my feet. Every film and looks like Rudolph is telling us they wouldn't let me play all those reindeer games. They told me it was arranged game. And they're gonNA find it was so they just kicked four legs up. Look at my nose is swollen and everything be friends with. The girl takes the hospital later. She says she's paying. Reports are surfacing all over the country of kids getting seriously hurt and putting their lives in danger describable comedy not only the challenge to people tricking a third into jumping then kicking their feet from under them this video provided by the teens attorney who is considering video. I even got this far. I didn't even know that the lawyers are brought in but I mentioned it. I did not even know that I swear to God. You're not going to parents both girls and this girl produce neck. Brace on everything from even needed me. I can't feel anything. Let's go sell. It got to sell it man. I said I wish my kids will come home and tell me do something like this. I hope I got a call from school. You how'd you do it like this whole administration in every kid walking? How about a kick you ass all the way down to the school challenge. I wish my would do some dumb shit like this. I'd tell them I show them how it feels and I would. I probably wouldn't hurt him. Make sure they have some way but I do something in the humiliate them so busy thinking about how you look. We lose everything. Yeah I'm not so much in. The my parents raised me in a way where dating ground me anything they just made me feel kind of bad about. Shit. I did this game then. He didn't tell me like I never got the whole thing of you. You're grounded for two weeks and they knows this kind of like I got yelled at pretty bad. I was made to feel really guilty about it might have been might have my shit locked away for a few hours but they know they made me. They nailed it home. How stupid I was but if my kid got me sued by somebody essay you ain't getting a fucking thing for the rest of Your Life. All Love Ninety all and I love my money. I love this. I love my car is in jeopardy navy. Don't mess with your daddy's money. Yeah I ain't got no more love love is. I'm saving all the love Shit. I got it all out again with the car. I'm using the paper. These fucking lawyer bills. Now you ain't getting shit you ain't GonNa Goddamn thing the next bucking video game. You get what you're going to be working for three years from now. Yeah Fuck you assume. Mcdonald's bitch I'm sorry man kids need to really think about shit the repercussions of not just themselves. But what's GonNa people have families and other families fucking mind legal action right now. We intend on proceeding against the Miami Dade County School Board for allowing these acts which are trending Jesus Bush Shit Rolls. Down here man. He saying you know the allowing these acts that are trending so there's other videos which we saw evidence boy tell you. It's not worth the not worth to take place within our school. Andy responded and in the statement said quote. As part of a recent disturbing national trend students are participating in social media pranks to gain likes and followers. Potentially at the expense of others happen. Talent has to Har- takes too long for that. No dumping what you remember for for during a dumb thing the thing is you not even remember for that not that like that like the of all these challenges the one I remember the most is the kid lighting himself on fire in the and you know what what his name. I don't even remember. Remember what remember because his mom because his mom. I don't remember that do Chris Biz. Behavior in this video demonstrates a lack of good judgment on the part of those involved and will not be tolerated by our district. Parents are urged to speak with their children about the responsible use of social media and to remind them that respect and empathy for others is far more important than any online trend the district. That's a big thing. People don't realize it's not set enough. Empathy has taught. You're not born with that. You learn about that and through the way your parents teach you what other people teach you. And then you form your own sense of morality these kids. Who are doing this type of thing. They have no empathy sociopath. They don't care it's all it's all to make them feel going to raise them themselves up there so that should they? They got to do a better about that. Yeah education system or something. Why would I like about that? Statement is the school district and they don't blame US parents. Yes it's true man. It's got to listen to get to a point where we expect everybody to take care of. Everybody's kids sometimes you'll kiss to stupefy everybody. Yep I'll take care of Emma right. I'm sorry man a lot. She comes down on parents. Parents just like anybody else in his age man. They're so wrapped up in themselves just like antibody as an in what happens. He's kids have been wrapped up in his way. Too Easy for these fucking kids to be wrapped up in doing stupid things. Their kids man kids do Dumb Shit. And when you see other people doing it they. I mean they're going to be influenced by Culture Club. Yeah Party Club. But that's the other thing man. I mean you know if you don't teach your kids to care about other people if you're not talking like we'd seen these kids after school. Expect teachers to take care of them and teaching paid enough of this show. We SPEC teaches tecate to take care of them. We expect the Internet to take care of them. Expect Video Games to take care of them and the parents ain't doing shit and these kids born to be just like their parents. They want to be influencers. They WANNA be they want to be famous. They WANNA be like they want. They ended up being shallow people. I'm telling you this. Little known for his hand man. I am not too close to certain people not going to say that names but I've seen firsthand man fuck you. Sorry Martin Racial Kids right kids Beijing. Bring him to the show to take you know I always talk about. Yuki Yuki some God bless you man your kids and some of the best kids. I've ever seen thank you. I will continue to say that. There's anybody kids anybody look up to say all right these Kino's take up fatherhood from Bill Cosby cosby show liver. Yeah Yeah Yeah You like cosby without the rupees. Says I do not do as I do. I'm telling you what it is obscene. Don't just blame social media. I've seen people who are doing this before before. Social media came into play people like I need to play basketball to get where I am. I know exports. I need these shoes. I need to be like this. I need to wear a saw appearance presses on their kids. Hey I won't kiss look fresh just like you know all these other not other kids at school but like this. Rapper like this at the league so before social media every came in the into. It was always a materialism in there. You know it was always something going on man. That was baffling. Sorry man it is. It is so yeah. People can't be taking care of your kids man. Parents have to take responsibility and people. Don't expect that you know some happened. That's what happens lawyers come in. Everybody gets sued but really parents need to take this shit. Well parents parents will come in with the law. You know I gotta work and Blah Blah Blah. It's like you gotTa do both. Yeah. I'm sorry. Yeah Yeah I mean you ski. Excuse will only take you so far. I got some people I am I am. I know things are more complicated than what they seem. So you can't tell somebody would just do better. You know sure but at the same time. I'm done making excuses for people. I mean you know you look at what the consequences of not doing better exactly means you gotta step you have kids be a fucking parent. Simple as that if not. You'RE GONNA have these fools out here on video doing this dumb shit right here. You know. Hopping they're going to look like a gun number three stooges skit realizing trick them into. I thought that was a thing on purpose. No what some people are doing it in some imagined volunteering for it because they think it's funny and there's some people some people might tell other people know. Hey Liz ain't going to be. The last challenges out there are going to do is say. Stop all the thing. I'm thinking right now. I went from being a parent but also somebody who's just might be got too. Many people plan in nature just taken effect that move human and movie the happening and it was like you know people are killing themselves and the dumbest. Well wait for this challenge. Day Sale happening. Yeah Laya Nola more challenge to stand there watching Mason. By the time I get apple is going to be more. Make make an effort to get over there across the field. The name Gary Mother Nature got home. He probably say she's pro. Next attractive curve over Toy Louis did get this just sounds like maximum overdrive right. I got your own here. We go all to be like Louis parenting you want to but sometimes natives as fuck out take into account about the thin out. This hurried rating you. We laughed at this. Now it's becoming real alright We're GONNA come back in on this quick box office in Martin's are GonNa get hit over here. She GonNA look Tom Mind. We don't do the box office. Real people will be right back after this. Well thank you everybody for watching right now man having a good time. Aga The new James Bond theme. I've not you want to hear it. They run around so much here. Hear it yes. Yeah I want to hear what you think James Bond Fan and because we played it some people say man. This is great. I love this. Some people might cut this garbage all back and forth in the chat. Your boy was all like maybe cry. Who Tony Tony G no Tony? Tony Morales Tony. Of course. Of course I love Tony Tony just stupid. No I'm just kidding. You know I gotTa Make Fun of you of course. Lousy told his comments popular. Go crazy crazy Tony. I like together. I really do manage to La when we hung out at Disneyland. Oh Yeh Time Disney let me see here Yeah people would welcome back. Everybody I'm GonNa play Martin's James Bond theme real quick because he hadn't heard it man. People were mad as we made the song. Cut this shit. Oh Man Billy. I shouldn't have won those grandma because now there's the backlash against her as it's insane. I knew it a new is there. Is there a big backlash? Every little thing she does is back the Oscars people were so mad at her face even though we were doing the same faces. Watch some of the same shackling her expressions at the Oscars I get. Why people would like highlight that amendment? But they've been super angry at her overages making like you don't even you don't even know what she was actually thinking. She was thinking he should've stupid. Yeah that's what she was thinking. How dare she make a face when these these SNL ALUMS? We're on performing for everyone. It's like walking funny. Yeah it was terrible acting like that was funny. Yeah let me tell you something. Shit was not funny and those faces that she made. Let me just find. I was looking at the video pieces on when she said like. Yeah it's a bunch of rappers who who tell stories in their line and she went on to talk about that stuff but he'll like. Oh yeah now. She's distant hip hop and I've read so many different articles. Artists do this. They use hip hop to give famous in Shit on it afterwards. I was like Oh feel like. That's what she did. She never used hip hop star. She came out rapping and shit now. Bill I'm going to be straight about bill. Bill allergies very talented. Young Woman in she Face she made at the Oscars. Fuck y'all man. Every time some people do ask everybody. Can I gotTA KISS? That wasn't funny. His those going on between and I like Christian Wigan my Rudolph. I'm not trying to talk bad about him. But that was not the best material and it was not funny and it went on too long waits a moment. Everybody just like Oh. They brought a hilarious moment. Alaska's yeah because bill faces because we all did this. It wasn't funny fuck him. It wasn't funny and I'm with at least in my opinion some people have you. You genuinely. Generally thought was funny. I can't say anything but if you were just laughing because boozman girls fuck. Y'All and she was honest wasn't funny. I'll tell you the only thing I'll tell you about that. I read an article because some people talk about how she sounds so mature when she sings because he's eighteen youngest person James Bond Theme Right. She does Very mature what she's saying but if you listen to earn in an interview she she straight up. Eighteen a read sit an article and it was a paragraph which do they quoted? Her thing was long and I could barely finished. I'm not maybe when she's talking it takes on different cadence but to read it. Was You stumbled over? Like every second right. So at the like the Oscars like felt really bad about it. Because you don't like what I did like. That shit was trashed. Because you know like those people aren't like might kind of like people because like hang around musical artists you know and this is like a other act like actors and like fuck seriously go. No I believe you know whoever's transcribing the interview is on them to take some of those out they should have to do this whole sabotage campaign going ever since she ran won. The grammys every like smart APP. Everyday the smart news APP every day is something with her. And it's somebody talking shit about it as I. Your loved her up until she won. She just like the latest one. No people hate because there are some weight before her person. So this is this is cyclical. That's how it works out me. Yeah that's the machine. You gotTa build somebody up okay. We got him as I am down. Yeah anytime you become a public figure largest small. If you know if you're known by the people there's going to be a group of people there that really take glee and just talking shit. Oh that I know but I was just shocked at how much it was every day just the pounding and when I would read the things they were mad about this is nothing who knows nothing. Somebody sent me an email today. Where they're like man you know. I just want to tell you how much I love what you guys are doing. I don't understand you know. While there's there's this negative negatively on Reddit and what they're talking about now they talk about your personality and it's like I'm not even bothered by that one thing. Go over there but I understand how the game is man you know you get to a certain level and you put yourself out there enough people. WanNa Talk Shit and as the way it. Is You know our success in you know speaks for itself? When we've done we don't have to. I don't have to worry about you. Know people who are just put for hating sake talking trash. That's what they do to this girl right here. Here's a song from her Title no time to die. I want but honestly you might not like it. Martin. I'm curious to see what you think about it since you know. You're you shaved fan. I'm imagining windows openings. that's what you kind of have to do that. Kind of stop it every now and into because copyright laws do that. Don't get frustrated. Oh moving slow. Motion Bullets Spoke Water. Ooh Oh the show eight is is. The just is the point where people were talking about board. Yeah choose slow. She's willing. Yeah I'm telling you know. Put Me to sleep. I'm taking a nap man. Yeah even seen the charity now. Somebody say mumble pop full confession as much as I was talking about. I'm not a big Fan. I'm not that crazy about it but I don't WanNa Talk Shit about. I'm not new anger in this starts out slow but it also feels like it's building it is it is a ooh ooh. My life away from was is to and Clinton's restore hate mile and we can keep listening to SOM- but I thought I imagine that this is the last annual correct bond film inside man. Just GonNa be a little melancholy and I think this Saunas melancholy. It feels appropriate. You know this is like a good bye to his. Take on the Kirk. Let me say this people really don't like it. I'm not going to into the think anybody's wrong for their opinion. You know if I can understand if it's too slow for especially if you're thinking about James Bond movie. They showed that they shelter trailer with a lot of action. Yeah a little. It's something with a lot of action. You listen to slow as song you think. It has decided it's not doing. I understand that too incur. Think of this. I like a lot this part right here. Yeah Yeah I like. I'm not a fan and I don't mind the slow beginning I for me. It's it's taking too long to ramp up but once it does then I'm digging. You know what it is. And I've had I imagined when the actual intro of the movie they're gonNA show credits probably yeah listening to this song is structured for credits right so it is so yeah. I can. I can get it because I think about. I have a one of those one of those CDs. That's a compilation of all the James Bond theme songs and and I'm comparing it to those and going like this one was at the end right now where the way it starts maybe stick with it but then where it was when you cut it off. I'm like all right. You get to this point right here. Now I'm digging it up. Put New the answer. You can list Kind of wraps up right. We will listen to it and we knew man. There's a build up. We weren't like like the first like two seconds Sherry out. The only thing that made me nervous about it was the Sam Smith. Song was so dreary yes low and then not this again main curve just not. Yeah yeah no that works good with it. And that's what I was thinking. I understand what people kinda impatient with it. But you know as far as can be made for moving So Madonna but what I do think right. Let's go ahead and take a quick break. And then we're GONNA come back with just with the quick quick quick box opposite we're GONNA get into cup here Right after this You're right okay him. Oh sorry I woke up early. Humble the plane got here. Afc A lot of people do some Dumb Challenges Cup here waiting on. Yeah Oh let me see here Thanks for being people in as cup hitting a little while Martin's Compla- that and then my stick around and you know may break it up. Do you WANNA play. What's we'll see how long it takes sure to play which called Sonic invasion forces sonic forces and there is an invasion. People die in the game. Yes genocide against furry the dark chocolate. Sonic yes it. Is this the mature? Sonic the Great Sonic Wars. You're joking but that's what happens. Welcome back everybody. We're GONNA go to the box office real quick big happiness weekend. We'll take a look at that and then we're going to do a little bit video game. Play monoply the copperheads for Yes to be downloaded. Just let you know. We didn't have it already. Not None Stall you know what no is me man. I was run out the house. And you've got to saying give me a little bit of a weight. It's not a big file but it's not A. It's not a huge five with xbox at the house. Oh How am I gonNA play. He added xbox one. Xbox should take them okay necessarily know. Who's we have an xbox? Thank you up in the house right. let me see. Let me see where you at the bar there. We go there. We Go Linda Carlos up in his house. Hey let me see here. Oh some people had a very good weekend are some things had a very good weekend at the box office and some people had a terrible time at the box office. Let's go ahead and take a look at it real quick Number five what. We got boy bad boys for life bad boys for life. We can gross eleven point. Three million dollars lookalike is gonNA crack two hundred million I will. It is about the top five now on a budget of ninety million dollars just fell six percent. Do you think it'll reach two hundred million bucks? Probably maybe if it does. That's a really cool. I mean eleven. You know it could another one of those weekends. Yeah we'll see but either way this big with this January January January hit yeah January creeping out with the big boys now no pun intended right here but let's go ahead and get to number four the photograph you're right mark and I really liked this movie. Martin care for too much but I was being honest with myself. I was trying to be a said. Well I don't think the movies actually going to be in the top five and I'm happy to see that it made it twelve point three million dollars. That's pretty good with this movie man because listener for a little marketing for no marketing and this movie nine man. No no this is. This is exactly. That black shouldn't worry about it. You know nobody knew about it. I didn't even know about this. Is What Leaky Stanfield? Oh and it's the ray man and you know what I think. Movie benefited from Valentine's Day weekend. You know an and plus the Star power of its two leads. A lot of people know key stanfield now so much. He's in so much. He's a recognizable face in its array. She's getting out there now so I think it's again. It says something to the studios in people of Color especially in Leeds can sell movies even ain't got no marketing. No commercials out there. Yeah I'm glad that you were right martyring once. I'm glad to be wrong. I'll thank you for the subscription. Their video club random. Thank you sir. Where do us a twitch branch? Oh Martin Luther could become the for you. Donna. Skin the do. Let's see here. I'll put it on the memes up there when they play their songs simulator. Oh Oh that's why should play point. Yes and you saw goat simulator. Would be good for you. Yeah maybe I'll do the game. They got one for each animal ghost. The classic though Martin wasn't up three Burr. Fun to see you trying to look on right next to the photograph. Twelve point four million dollars. Hey May way more than its budget. And that's the blow Maoz way give one thing about it. I was like you know what the one thing I can say is that it doesn't look cheap. Lotta the house because he that extra two million US like you know what I get to hang out on an island right little while we have some fun. It's worth the extra two million dollars but got it back back in one weekend saved you will. I'll look at Blair House. Like look at Tyler. Perry those movies you know for. You might get something good but a lot of times you get on that and so great but got admired the business game like that like Bloom House is very smart businessman as far as making money in Hollywood. Let's go to number two sir. What is the name? Maybe not birds of prey. That's who they changed it to Harlequin Harlequin Kohlenberger. Okay I thought I got down. We can grow seventeen million really. Why did you do then that make no sense at all? But Hey hang in there man man you think about the person who came up with the whole birds of prey the of Harlequin got so fired. They thought they were so cute. That was they were trying to acute with them. Yeah yeah yeah exactly. Trust me guys. Everybody's GonNa love it. They're GonNa Alice Smith and the one of firing termination Shitty shitty employees. That was way too. That was way too crazy. Yeah don't don't overestimate see here. We can grow seventeen million dollars total. Gross now's fifty nine million. Wow this is not doing well as funny. 'cause online all you see people like man. It's a great move everybody to go out and see this all this campaigning. I was like I don't think it's going to do it though. I've been seeing that but also people were saying that. This is another pro. Feminism movie and Young. We talked about that during our discussion. But it's weird because I mean I guess it's part of. It's not the emphasized to me. It's not it's not wearing that as I didn't think so. Either somebody somebody some saw and their complaint to me was a man. There's no good men in that movie like the One guy who's good he even. He sells out the Asian Guy who owns the store and I was like I mean. It didn't bother me but you know what? I don't care I don't care about I was like I can't argue against that. I you know what I can has been so many move at the made for years. We're man especially way man had been to center everybody else made like Shit and no one ever complains is just like when you know. Spike Lee goes off makes his movies. I've seen I've seen a spike Lee of seen it with the scene. The Tyler Perry. I've seen it what Holidays Martin. Luther King was coming out there and like you know people complain when his changed up. Nobody Bothers Scorsese. Nobody bothers Woody Allen. Nobody bothers all these other other directors if they go off and they made a movie where all the you know the straight white males are doing that thing nobody says shit about it now now the tables are turned are. Things are changing all of a sudden. It's a big deal I wanNA hear. I don't give a fuck. I you know the movie that you don't anybody to be good. I don't think it was a straight agenda. It just worked out I I I agree. Yeah I thought it was very entertaining. It took me by surprise how much I really liked it. Do not give a fuck about that at all. You know and you know I will call fake when when I see it I'm the one people that caught hill over a binges when they had that little scene and still don't give a shit what people say. 'cause people try to put me on the spot talking about. Oh you're just one of those instances who can't stand. Yeah Bitch you don't know me. I called YOU BITCH. You do not know me you don't know how many times have argued on behalf of everybody that's treated unfairly one. He's the one that made me snap. No you just be petty Muslim. Go sit down. Some people tried to get on my is about that. He's like you just shut them up and they're trying to make their opinion because you don't like women and you know what I don't like Yo has right now. Yeah I tell this I told this up the fucker tired of talking about it. Sounds like you got that right. I don't care if I'm wrong. I will say I'm wrong you know. They're starting times. I was like well Shit. Maybe maybe I should have listened but that was one time No so all this shit about this now say other things there. I will say that. Yeah the marketing was. Probably the name was terrible. Yeah the name was bad and I wasn't a fan of the trailers. They had some issues there. And you know what a somebody in the chat and I don't know if it's true caught this whoever said that sorry. I couldn't see it in time but I think that They if it's true they said Margot Robie name this. Yeah the original idea that One of those are going to go with Gotham city. Sirens in Lebanon just Harley Quinn Poison Ivy cattleman characters. People are far more familiar with just seen him in different things. And people not huntress is or Cassandra King Iran any of these characters. But no she wanted to pray was adamant about the. Maybe maybe if that's true it is the case of Liu too much control over there any maybe But Hey I think the movies really good. It was fun had problems. Too Bad. It's not doing all that well really and disappoints me because I really enjoy cult movie. Yeah yeah it will be. That's a great way of saying that was number one their sonic the blue demon. And you're looking at Adam down his hands robot and I'm going to kill. That will nice. He's okay he's are right so you guys made up. His Games are bad. But this movie's okay. I gave him a compliment. The movies okay. There's a lot to like about it. Okay trivial really positive very big record-breaking weekend for this right here man opening ever yeah fifty seven. When is this fifty seven million dollars? That's eighty five million dollars budget very good for his budget. Of course you know that five dollars going into plastic surgery on his butt. Morrissett though worked out man worked out perform well but it was a big hit with audiences get it gave a cinema score ninety five percent audience rating yeah huge audience rating so all the fans that this this was meant for all the kids. They loved it. You know. It's early from school to sixty three percent on rotten tomatoes so just barely dodged a rock right there so six. Let's see here. Yeah Man Internationally movie launched in forty markets. So this movie's made You know over one hundred million globally. So it's not it's doing well man All the you know for all the people that wanted this to do battle thought it would do that as one of the few times. I'm not just work all the time. But one of the rare times that audience members our audience and fans demanding that you change something they were right when when when that first trailer came out and everybody was on it about how bad it looked and then they said they were going to change it and everybody was still down on this movie. It went into the last week or so. They'll start seeing people online saying how they were excited about it. Like like the tide had turned. Yeah no you know what? I'm glad man I mean like I said I thought it was good for the audiences. I have my criticism. And they were you know stick bottom before his who reloading this does have rotten right. Let him go. Yeah you know I. I'm glad that they That that would love. This would love it. You know enough to make a big s when he was down in the basement for eight years talent number flash comic world. No he was he was. I knew he was out in the open to but he was spying. People know you're fucking with people you talking about talking with one whole dude man. Do Good Gag. Hey everybody thought that mail was crazy. Guys like like people go crazy. But I'm not really. He would just go crazy car. That Blue Devil. Yes Yeah I look forward to the sequel. I think it'd be better. Yeah they they've learned from this. Yeah Yeah so Oh I thought the box office done. But not quite not quite Unfortunately I told you something did very well in that. His stomach the hedgehog but some people did not a nasty boy will be my home number ten. That is the wrong name. But his movie downhill. What is this more like rock bottom his top ten? That's something that is true. I remember that was one movie. What was IT Blake lively movie opened up at Number. Twenty right right yeah. This opened up at four point. Six million dollars man at number ten. I don't even know the budget. They only spent two. They say it is a complete bomb right here. I knew I heard nothing about this film. Really had no big Hook for comedy. Yeah Yeah Yeah. It's it's it's actually a remake of a foreign film. Oh and this is a hard sell for what people could pull from the premise. Because it's not like this. Got A decent score. Yeah I just think it's a little too uncomfortable for people uncomfortable and it's not a will ferrell comedy and it's not a real comedy and they released a movie about an uncomfortable relationship on Valentine's Day weekend right. Yeah Yeah I guess if you went to see it and you came out you and your wife were arguing with. Hey so what'd you think of the movie man? Fuck you need that movie. Yeah like releasing the passion of Christ on Christmas. You know this is going to be good to amber. Got Down on this day. I don't WanNa be reminded of this. Maybe help Christmas complete off. Nobody really don't give a shit about this movie You know we're GONNA get on Outta here. I'm going to actually in this part of this show Let me see see here. Look heroic a her. All you see here let me see. Somebody said on reading I was watching Sunday service from Nick. Red Badge I think in the chat too. I was watching the Sunday service. You mentioned someone had emailed you regarding read it and getting hate and while you get why you get big ignored however fill in. Some instances isn't entirely true All hate isn't hate actually. I'm not talking about those people. I'm not talking about those people at all. I'm talking about the people truly hate him. But I know what you're saying percents sandwich constructive criticism. Yeah Yeah they have a look at the comments and see if they have valid points and critiques. You guys are growing a lot since being on twitch and I feel there have been some people out there who feel like. They haven't had their voices heard. That doesn't mean they're hating critiques. Are Important to acknowledge into grow. Continue loving the show with few exceptions. I see keeps driving for growth and keep building up your quality. We see the best. Well I mean that's the thing I have to know how they feel like the voices aren't being heard you know. I don't know because we have so many areas where we are. We have chat. We have emails that we read all the time. Now we have a discord You know I have people who are getting emails from us. I tell people all the time message meal on facebook so I don't know how people feel like they aren't getting a voices her voice her. Don't say read it. We got official channels. Yes as I think some people because we don't go and read it a lot but this so much that we can do and I do. WanNa get Kevin King. Do read a little bit more yet because he because he offered but what. I've seen some people who just don't like the change. That's it and those people always GonNa be there. There's nothing I can do for them and I'm not going to be a guy that's gonNa keep pointing out like Because I don't want one I don't Wanna I don't WanNa keep point not negative and I don't want to seem like I'm bragging when we say that you know all the people who hate the changes will you know We never had this many view as before we never sold out shows live like we did before we were doing things We've never the opportunity of the number of people that we have. We don't have the kind of money coming in and we do you. Never you know. I don't want to repeat. That just sounds like bragging after a certain point so you know. I mean it. Just let me just say this. We do you've heard as we open to chronique critiques. We've had people who who disagree with us on even politics trump gun control when we always had constructive talks with people you know Very civil debate with people but the people who just simply don't like change did in after it's been after that change has been done for years. There's nothing I can do those people anymore at all man It's not that I even hate those people. Adam you know I don't want to be mean about it but you're GONNA have to move on our. Don't you know but Then I can do for you. So some spurs he don't like change get the fuck out there you know. I might even say that but but no there's some people constructive criticism of I've actually listened to them to them before and I've actually been good about that. Yeah no I. I am very open to that but I have seen. Some people. Were like like what they're doing you know. I wish it was like this. I remember we used to do this. And it's like well that's your problem but hey thank you so all right. That seems to be that you'll get your xbox sure. Yeah that's Here's a here's a picture from a youtube channel that Chris and setting up right now. Hey Man man man I well. He does that go ahead. Yeah you know why everybody does this. What I'm GonNa do is I'm going to go ahead and in the show right here like it is so we're going to be playing cup. Head Martin is going to play for us and you may will play a sonic widow. Mr Herman over here. Hello and we'll see how it goes but for right now. Let's go ahead man. We've been here for a while. You guys have been great. We're going to go ahead and play a little head of cups and as I said we have a lot coming up so I want. You got stay tuned for that. We Got New York coming up. That's going to be at the end of May. Yeah into may beginning of June. Let you know about that. What else do we have? I'M GONNA BE AN LA going to be in La March. Six Gonna. Been there block where you got. This man got him talking right. And then look at this. 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Matt Braunger, Will Hines, Brad Evans, Nick Ciarelli

Comedy Bang Bang

1:25:57 hr | 1 year ago

Matt Braunger, Will Hines, Brad Evans, Nick Ciarelli

"The little how many dominated by Mary had a little lamb. Fuck the police. Kill them with kindness. I'm pretty good at this game. Welcome to Comedy Bang. Bang thank you to Pug Fug. Li Ye eighty four eighty. Four for that catchphrase. I don't think that one's GONNA stick nor is plug hugli eighty four. I wonder Pugsley was born in. Eighty four became pug fungi in eighty four. I'm not quite sure the speed of things I am. Sure about though Welcome to comedy. Bang Bang. My name is Scott Document. I'm your host for this episode. Coming up a little bit later. We have a bookseller boy. This is an exciting show. We have a bookseller coming up. You'RE GONNA WANNA stick around till the very last minute for this episode a bookseller but you never know what's going to happen on this show but one thing I do know that is going to happen is we're going to introduce our first guest to you. he's been on the show many times over the years over the eleven years. We've been doing it almost eleven years. Are we have the eleventh anniversary coming up in a month or so? Maybe four times five times. I think that sounds right. Yeah Five Test. You like those five guys burgers and fries. Yeah do you like those. Yeah I like the Burgers and fries burgers in the front both. Yeah interesting. I know a tap bills McCoy's typically but I'm like yeah I'm on both sides you so you're a guy when you go into five guys. You're like I'm going to get a burger but wait for it. Yeah also fries. Don't even like it. They're like middle of the road. You get run over. And I'm like look man. I like it all interesting. He has a new with liquid. You do we call it a CD or a record. Label you on Eight hundred pound gorilla records. Okay Yep and it comes out as a record. Yeah I mean it'll it'll probably be vinyl at some point but right now it's just floating around in the air. Okay so it's on. Your device digitized hilarity correct It is called. Please hold me. And he's been on this show four or five times so you know of course who this is. Please welcome back to the show member for having me. Scott how are you buddy? Well how are you? I'm good? How long have we known each other? If you had to estimate I mean I got. I was on Comedy Death Ray. In was I would say two thousand five. That sounds about right and I remember. That was one of the most incredible like a intimidating nights of comedy. Because the lineup was just bananas was on. That line Galvin akkas Jimmy Pardo. Yeah Jimmy I still do a bit in my head. You collect people other people's bits right into the part of all this show is me doing other people's bits rip off artists myself. You know this show should come with footnotes for every sentence. I say it's Very David Foster Wallace for sure and he bought with a piece of paper at like a three by five just in front of the Mike and he's looking at it going no a- and looks at the guy in the front wriggles hitch will Smith looks good I want to see it. I still will just anytime and museum. Just what's in your head it emphatic. -Ness of liking back. No one. That movie was trashed. I bought it on a what I call a either a DVD. Or Blu. Ray. I still have never watched it your I bought. I bought it in the US. Thing going pitch never saw hitch. Let's watch him. Tiller still still still have never seen it was who else was on that. Show anyone else ladies. I don't think so man to your discredit. Oh Dave canceled all right. Well Yeah Yeah and was that the first time I ever met you had you just moved to town was about a year year and a half. I met you through Jeanneret Great Joan Array and I have been to kind of dive bombing. Open mics together. Another friend of the show. He a guy who used to have ten. Tv shows at the same time now. He's whittled it down to. Where's he at non now? I think none showbusiness race there. It really is mystery. Science is off. It is yeah. He's got none now but to his credit. At least he's not we used to go to shows and he would buy a big Gulp and a forty and dump the forty in the big gulp into an empty bag. Walk into a bar with it so he's not doing that anymore. So yeah he's life. No shows is better than that yes absolutely. I forgot that about him to change now. He's not to not to judge people on People's weight but now he he's thin as a rail and that has no bearing on his value as a person nope but he looks great but that has no value on how we should treat him. I say we treat them exactly as we used to treat when you dump forties into a big old well as you know. I'm all about the trends. And these days you WANNA beautiful comedian. You know I've lost weight. I think you look great people well but it's true. I mean look I. You can't see it at home folks but I'm in a room full of handsome men. Men Not anymore gone what I like is I like seeing comedy bills. See these on instagram. Every once in a while you ever see a comedy bill on Instagram. And they're all like the sexy ladies of comedy someone's at home and it's like look. I'll I'll go but as long as long as a comedian. As long as I can have a boner the entire time leasing to the I. R. Their quivalent male lineups. The Hut guys of comedy. I have I not been invited on. What are people are intimidated? I am offer. Only of course of course intimidated intimidated by my hands of news. Yeah it's kind of one of those things like do you want me to stand around on stage or you want me to talk. Yeah do you want me to or you want us an extra grant. Yeah exactly An extra grand is an interesting concept to when you think about this. Cd that you have out. Although it's not out on CDs it's It's just a digital at this point. Assure you can get it on itunes. It's out now. Yeah spotify apple music. What album number is this for you? How how many have you racked outline two three four five? This is number five. This is about as many times you've been on this show five or six go. This is where you want to be as a comedian is where you can't even remember how many albums you have high. Just keep punching man. I like this is the first one. I've done an album and not a special an-and album but it was. My wife was just like so. This is an ordinary special. This is an ordinary on purpose. Our burn whole my pocket and rather go through the channels. I went the special before where I did everything. You're walking around. You just got an hour spending cash like diamond. The third yeah. You're just lying tip in everybody with this hour. That's right. Yeah so I just I just did a record this time doing a special later this year but this was. Who's are we breaking news? Here's this exclusively ish to for whom are you doing this special doing it in conjunction with my record label and they're going to act as a distributor and they'll put it somewhere what it's looking like. Amazon. They have a good relationship with them. My last name is on all right. Wonderful so they but your Your record label heard this hour and we're like leave the cameras at home. No no just don't do visually don't do it actually. It's funny because the name of the album is please hold me. And it's based on my single days in my early forties. When I was broke up with my now wife about how the even the nicest forty something single in a bar is is grocer than the grossest twenty or thirty something and thirty somethings. They're out for something acceptable. That's creepy wishes. Sex Normal weight sexist creepy or normal. I'm I'm having trouble creepy objective. But it's it's an acceptable one for someone you don't know in a bar short but a sexist got. Yeah but guys my age forties Alpher Sexual. There aren't for something more disgusting companionship. You know your gross Twenty-something is wasted some dead so I'd have sachs what's even groceries and that guy my age going. Please hold me please. I'm so alone. Let me touch your young skin so you can imagine the skid. They didn't want any visual of that face. When I do that bit. I understand that that's Yeah I I can't relate not cool young kid like yourself in this climate no winter matt. It's obviously you're one of the world's greatest comedians and you're out there touring You how many days a year you out there. I mean I'm gone about two weekends a month. You're okay. Let me do this math. You're gone two weekends a month or twelve months. Yes that's twenty-four weakens. Your gone weekends last. For how many days about three days about three days now? So we're talking seventy two days a year you're gone. Yeah three hundred and sixty six this year. Roughly around two hundred and eighty some odd days. That's about right yeah interesting. What do you do those days? Try to right. Try to get work. You know drive around drive around around just so you're not even home. It's no never you're driving around exactly. Yeah no I mean you just feel the hours trying to sell generate. Basically people isn't that life fill in the hours trying to sell generate. Yep Yep For some people it's material for other people it's a seaman who don't know what people do with their homes is self generator but you know in order to propagate the species is it is crazy when you think about how we we use our time and other people use their time. It's it's very different. Yeah Are you saying we like you and me? Yeah because I don't want to be part of whatever you whole please. With general making podcast whistling intent is what I meant. Yeah that's right. Yeah our kids. I haven't seen you in a couple of years. The wife and I are working on it knocking on the wood there so I don't know what you mean by by that you're GonNa win it doing it and doing it while that's what's up. Congratulations and how long have you been married two years two years? So maybe you may have gotten married since last time I saw you. Maybe since the last time you were on the show you're on the show at south by you. Were saying the last time so that must have been a couple of years ago. So you probably got married Inbetween Museum. That's right appreciate it. Yeah How's Mary? Life treating you I love it my wife and I had on again off again thing carried on a secret affair that all of our friends knew about and who do. I know your wife. Do I know who Baker? She's my ex but Yeah I mean when people like how crazy it again. I say I was at her first wedding. I was top ten drunk times. I've ever been in my life and if you know maybe because you were pining for her or did you just Kinda know her. We kind of had a thing and it was before she got married so it was like. Is this spill this team? It's it's me kind of this is not a gossip show. I usually typical male thing of like. Nah I'm happy for this doesn't affect Me Gulag. Oh yeah and then a friend driving me home and meet forgetting what my address was. Always a good sign and your friend didn't know had your friend ever been to know. She knew she's just like dude. Just rolled into my apartment. Shut the door your address to draw to know where to drop me off. She was so you just look. We've all been there where you're driving a feeling. I'm drunk right right. Wait till you like. You don't know where you are. And so then we don't want to talk about the poor person she was married to in between you know. That guy is remarried and has kids. So he's fine. It's all it's all good all good. Her marriage ends. And you're you started toward a fair. That was secret. You say yeah just always keeping secret because I thought it was weird. You know dating your manager and that is weird and when we came out with it yeah. It was super weird and that was the dot was the big pressure cooker. We were in to put too much. You know stress on everything right so when we broke up for eight months and got back together talking again as non business partners. That was the secret sauce. You broke up as a manager. Client relationship everything the whole thing so you just split apart. Yeah who are you with now? Who's your manager? I am with David Martin her her the her her boss her okay great so she kicked you up the chain well fired me and then I was like look. Let's not go crazy when you were dating her. She was your manager. Did she get ten percent of everything including your penis or the show of my yes. These are jokes. So did you ever say like just the shower? I've never had a phrase that way but it's we did we kept it very professional even sexually. Okay very good. She'll love this all. These are all jokes back to her like. Did you got dammit well? Congratulations I haven't seen carrying awhile either. But congratulations to her as well and She's still within the field of comedy management. I would imagine lily. Let's run down her clients who she got not liked to say who she has Reggie Watts. Of course Sanjay Sharla everyone hiller son to a person and then there's you gone not. Whether anymore she cut the dead weight she ever get involved where she's like. Oh good I wish I could tell them what to do with his. She'll give we give each other advice if someone were giving management advice. I'll have bobby. You gotta sign this person. It's really rare this person's amazing aparna though so you you discovered Aparna. I did another friend of the show one time one time and so she and she's giving you advice a yeah not not not. She doesn't like to but it's like occasions I heard about this thing. You could be good for you know what? That's a wonderful relationship. Isn't people helping each other giving each other a leg up as well as other things and that's fantastic for you and I'm sure all of this is described within your digital comedy experience. Yeah please hold me which is out now on three hundred boots or what is eight hundred pounds of guerrillas eight hundred pounds of guerrillas records. Whatever that is and I'm sure they appreciate the plug here here and you can stick around the entire show. I'm here man. Okay 'cause we have other guests to get to see him you. You're saying you're excited. I'm excited we have to get it now. I talked about this before guy. I don't know if you've ever read one of these things but this guy sells them their books. Oh yeah this is. Incredible and people say the printed word is going away. It's not what I've seen. Not Saint here know everywhere you look? There's a bookstore and he is. I don't know whether he has a story brick and mortar or anything of that. I'm sure he'll explain to us. If I would just cut down the introduction by a few seconds I think it's actually hear this. You think it's helped so setting the table to build up. I don't know if he's ever set a table before I haven't gotten into his home life. I got into yours. So you ever set the table Yeah what's twice for sure? Yeah What do you do you order out a lot or not too much. Some but Ubereats what's going on? Yes but I always. I always do so. Set my own table you know. I never used the plastic forks. I use the you always get out with the plastic forks if they deliver them. I put them in order to fire about him I let the plastic melts in the hearth. Okay great well. We'll talk to him and find out exactly what he does we will. I'm sure we'll talk about his relationship. Status I mean this is. I've always said the comedy bang. Bang you sort of the facebook of shows where we'd always talk about relationships satisfied. You admitted it. Finally the facebook of shows Let's bring him on right now is he is a bookseller of course and his name is Lester. Brad's wha what's happening. Books baby books baby all about. Hey this is Matt brand I am Scott Aquaman and thanks for having me on. This show seemed so much more excited to talk to me Burger. Yeah you know what I was. I'm sorry there was a palpable level of your content to it. Yeah you know. Matt series got an air of a friendly and accessibility. Scott you got to Hollywood. Veneer of ICY Veneer Matt Has Gregarious Chicago. Where are you from Portland Oregon? Originally but what it is. It's an open. Gregarious talked to people more and more reserved a little more. Ic- shutdown shutdown. We Love Books in Oregon. So that's right Powell's books one of the all-time great bookstores said it man. Do you have a bookstore? Lester is that I am what mobile bookseller? I am a book mobile situation. You remember the old bookmobiles. Yeah back in the day. They would have those. I got a little. What were those? Remember those explain for those events would drive around but say it was a part of the literacy sort of push like an ice cream van that would ban but they would sell books like that's one of the books for everyone should know somebody record that and send it out. Recording is oh. This is recorded this people to talk to even better wonderful you. Do you play music ice cream truck. I SING ALOUD TO THE WINDOW. I love it expands coming. That's not really singing. I would say that sounds like I'm a wreck books. Baby the hold steady I dig it. I don't know you reference young man. I appreciate your man. Teddy is not a young man reverence. They're not really afford to fortyish. Forty five forty misread you got. You've got the youth and vigor of a much younger man. Thank you the vitality an exotic. Exactly you'RE A. Do you think that is let me see I'm GonNa get hang on twenty nine this year. You're thirty twenty. I thought you look exactly that. Thank you so much so you have a you. Remember the old bookmobiles. I bills like their van. Sort of ice cream truck. Ish loan out books or they would sell book they would. They would give out books. They're just give them out. This does not sound. Don't remember interacting with them. I saw a snippet of them on public television. When I was a young man said someday that will be my life. Okay so you had no idea what their business model was. I'm not familiar with some sort of public service that they were. It was more public service than mercenary as I recall it was either. Give them away or loan them. They're trying to promote literacy. Is that what you're trying to do with your book? Mobile to make money baby. I'm making cash. Rub here everyone should up rubbing my hands. Yeah looks books are gold to me. Nice hot top sellers is what I like. Don't move so things the New York Times Top Ten list You know what that list is. Miss Nomer. They are not. I think that's the right to if they do not sell things in the New York Times bestseller list. I'm not interested. They don't so well. I thought that they were the top ten selling. Who PUTS that list together. But that's not a New York Times. I liked the word on the street. I said good Intel for example for example. This is some time ago but eat pray. Love was once a New York Times bestseller. Great I'd like to make some money. I got some copies of eat. Pray how many how many you get. I get like five or six. I'm a real. I'm real close to the ground operation. I steal what I would say. I steele books still books from libraries. I still books from brick and mortar stores. I still books from my friends shelves. So you're you're shoplifting. In store flitting from store your borrowing books and not returning them or are you technically even borrowing them shopping shoplifting in libraries some shoplifting from libraries and then at your home lifting from your friends home lifting from friends and I'll end up with a with a good ray. You get five or six. I'll get like five or six books. Eclectic selection that way. You don't get your typical. I'm not your typical Barnes and noble. What's on the front of the table? I'll get a wide and that's how I and so I know what sells sweaty pray. Love okay five or six copies. Hey not many. But if it's a bestseller should be able to move these titles you're depr- love. I could not sell eat. Pray love really. Wow what what. Why were were your customers giving you feedback at all or they'd be like this is garbage trash boring. I couldn't get past the fifth paid for it so they had already tried to read it. They would try. They've come no wonder they're not buying it. Yeah I have. I have a loan out pro. I say give it a shot. You loan it out first and then if you want to give a chapter in ripoffs chapter my take this with you and if you want the rest of it come on back and they and they offered if they like it it it moves they come back. Is there a rhyme that you have like if it moves it grew? Yeah if it moves. It proves not the book is good but moves. It's got hooves nice and then I had to keep going because books are like horses of courses and then I think well then it's wrapped up it moves. It's got hooves because books are like horses of Courses. So what was the people didn't like it like everyone love that but I thought it would love the two. Didn't there was no plot? I feel like you have go-getters your your customers are go-getter. Zak with a run up to a bus and go. I want to book from you off the window. Books Baby like-minded People. Sing asks what's up. They're not gonNA listen to read. You know eat eat. Pray love like sometimes they. Yeah yeah that's right so I tracked like my. Does anyone distinguish if you're yelling or if you're sick show you the difference at the end? It's the second half they start to say okay books. Maybe that's singing talk singing and then regularly yelling as like books. Maybe okay you could tell the difference by the out. I could tell the difference. Maybe books baby cut. It depends on my mood singing singing. That had my morning sugar than its talk singing. Oh I see a non caffeinated shouting no sugar. Then I keep it just for shouting little grouchy grouchy. Yeah it takes me a little bit warm up so you're stealing books that's right you're ripping out the chapters if yeah as a sample and what happens if someone doesn't return the chapter to you then they go on my list and I hunt them changed my life? I'm not going to change my life to go hunting them so you see them. Jump Out of the van and I chased him down the street and I give them A. We'll give him an. Why jump out of the van? Why not stay in the vantage jump out until you catch them and then jumbo if I see them because the drama of a foot race yeah I love it because then my adrenaline is worked up the time it gets to them in a given all one to give an inch punch hit them you tune amongst. I was raised by two people one somebody with a New York accent and one indiscriminate Canadian accent is a little. It's a little muddled because I grew up in a bit of a hodgepodge. Sure so the New York part of it seems to have only come out when you said the old one to two well. That was my mom. My mom was. She was Rough Lady Particle Particle. But you know she wasn't she was she was a fan of the old The belt on the kid which kid you that's right that's what it wasn't bad because it was always what I did do deserve it. I would start corporations what I would start corporations in the home okay. What does that mean well? My mother was a business woman and I would start corporations and try to buy shares and take over and she would give you again. Get over here get a belt out whoop wooded. She was a businesswoman. She was a business you would start start incorporate and then buy shares of her business in China to fundraise takeover assume power for corporations kinder back through a Shell Corporation. Shell corporations to the last suicide. You just hear some corporations he'd be like there's an offer for share she let me meet them. She'd come into a competition. Then it'd be made baby for me baby. Got Your baby and get over here. Space me once dropped the offer. Keep her company. If only in real businesses we could spank the hostile takeover. What she did I was like. She's right this is crazy of me. This is not cool so I get people you'll want to if they steal a book like Hey. You're not getting away with that. I hit the streets ago running after them. Whip off my belt loop teach him a little thing or two and then they can keep the book. Oh you just gotta stay. If they admit they're wrong then I feel like it's then they get to keep the whole book. That's right so you when you bring with me. I grabbed the rest of you. See them you park the bag man or I'll just jump out in the middle of the street that you find the book. That Sagan's cosmos. I'll grab the rest of Cosmos. I'll jump out on the sidewalk heavy book. It's it's a coffee table situation. Go hustling down the street. I'm in shape part of say but you are. I mean the handsome man. Yeah you got a lot of course drink. Appreciate that yeah. Well it's from a man of the earth Means well it means a live in my car and I forage and I Live tough yeah. I'm not I don't I don't go for creature comforts. You seem to be stealing books. You're living what is what is your deal. I mean what you call a homeless man. I don't know. Do WE CALL THEM. Homeless man and there was a era when it was called that. I think it's I think it's now but we used to call them bums. That's which is really not longtime recalled. Hobo that does sound fun. You love to be almost. Seems like what we've described them on? It's gotten less fun over. The years gives clinical political correctness for a little while and country music they were known as Ramblin man. Sure all rambling to Hobo to homeless man to what is it now. It's like temporarily without residents or something like that. It's just got this data not shown by characterizing them in such harsh terms I think they should be called rambling men and women. You should be called that and I think that anybody who is in a yeah these these people down in the in Los Angeles has a problem with people who do not have homes. Whatever the correct term is. Sure long rambling. You're talking about yourself about myself but I take care of my. Did you get to this situation? What what were you doing before you became? I was a major investor and corporate holder in. Ibm temporarily not long through series the machinations with my mother up for WHO teams up. She was a hedge fund investor down and found an old Wall Street baby. I see here the exit again. So you guys team heck of a mover and a Shaker real head for numbers my mom real Yoshiki like look look at the Stock Market. Know what was going on what was going down. What was your part of the partnership? I was more aggressive hostile negotiation taxes. So you're a negotiate a muscle Rough people up until they thought maybe it was a good idea to give us their shares interests. What an interesting life. And then that all fell apart. Yeah eventually realized that Was Bad character. It was a bad way to live. It was good moral immoral. Yeah I was beating people up for money and it felt wrong. You're beating people so this is a real blow up for a shares and stocks. I run down the AA PAL. Give us those shares. Hewitt he's a huge guys like VP's of Goldman Sachs and whatnot so you spend your life running down. The street took it works. I mean you are in shape. I think all you've done is good. It sounds like you've been tuning up. That needed a tune-up that gormless ask. I don't feel those guys need a smack in the face. He's financial guys. They're not good people that are running off with half a book that I feel better. They know they did wrong. That's right because people don't know that they did wrong. I feel like they live. They live in. Orlando old where it's sort of. They've been told it's good. They've been rewarded fish women through sociopathic waters. You're going to drink that water. Sometimes guy does a hit. He thinks it's good because it was a preagreed. They've somebody's broken in agreement. Did you ever work in? The Mafia is in the Mafia. Did Not do well. I did not do well. Richemont you out. I'd never a made guy. I was never did favors for some people. Okay yeah okay. What kind of favors are we? I would recommend books I would to cure this is when I started transition curate. Their book clubs go down to this place. Some guy was this Monday. You've got it. I go down there and start talking to the. Hey you ever read Herman Melville which start talking. They be like no. But you gotta read Herman. Melville American is American institution he's Never Moby Dick. We start talking. I say. Forget the money you're good. Your money's good. I'll bring you a book so you would forgive the debts as well. I would speak on behalf of my temporary employers and forgive debts left and right baby so they must have winning. Yeah they actually were pretty nice about it. All things really. Yeah they found me adorable. That's great you are adorable. Hey for a chiseled cut guy like yourself who seems to be constantly doing calisthenics from an icy cold. Young looking guy like you. That's a real compliment. We know each other. We really have each other peg. 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Get up and walk at a quick pace sometimes assume that means somebody wants to be so if you see anyone walking down the street sometimes people look like they're they're in a chase and I'm like I hope this guy up nice so helping them out by chasing them down to given your one Tuesday giving them like someone. It's almost like if you're running a race. Who tend to run faster if you see someone they set her. Yeah okay. So you're like a chase. Pacesetter somebody I mean. There's no good way to put this. I think some people are asking to be chased down and beaten up depending on whether wearing or how they're acting how the body language in their movement. I see somebody down the street. I'm like I'll make that right back. I'll make that makes sense. How much time do you spend in your van this is Lester Bat? Brad's by the way booksellers bookseller spend in your van? As opposed to chasing people on the street twenty percent fan eighty percent running down the street. I respect that work ethic. So how's IT keeps me on? How far are you getting through the neighborhood in His van? This may be impacting your sales. I've never left the neighborhood of Los Angeles Los Angeles okay. That's where I've seen. Yeah I'm an Oldsmobile. Station WAGON. One thousand nine hundred. Eighty six baby wood paneling on the side. Books Sega. Some books way. You're spending twenty percent of your time in its way and your station wagon but you're also sleeping in a twenty percent is spent sleeping. That's the sleeping. That's all those breaks. I pull into a parking lot start running. So let's get back there is sometimes I gotta move it for alternate side parking and stuff like that. I respect parking regulations. Okay good for you. Good for you Madam. Cut You off. I thought you just want curious. How long have you spent Van Ramblings Ebony? Oh sorry someone just a couple of guys. Hey Sorry we're in the middle of the show. Here this is this is this year. Yeah lesser did no but Maybe you guys didn't know either but this is a studio we're in the middle of a show So if you'll just make your way to that exit that you just came in through we can start to use your microphone. Microphone MERV I'm dirt. Mervyn dirt or the announcers for the radio station check. Fm Oh you are. I just need Mike knew. Something happened to our microphones down at the Jack FM station. We need to just use your to record our bumpers Jack. Fm is a local Los Angeles radio station familiar. It's a radio station. That's core. Audience is white guys who will one day die dirt bike. Accidence this deejays. Yeah they don't have as they have us. Where announcers were bumper announcers. We just record all our all. The bumpers the area in between songs. I could see you have something you want to say. But before we get to it you were just recently at the Jack. Fm and all the microphone. Stop working all broken did you have. We had probably six. Or seven microphones six or seven. Avian awards they sent us a bunch of nacho cheese flavored panties and we get a lot of freebies and we use them to sound studio. We forgot they were Nacho cheese flavors a bunch of rats gotten their microphone wires so they were eating the Nacho cheese panties and then looked around for other stuff to eat me eight. The wires sounds. I mean that's a classic story. I A lot of people. I've heard that one before. You need microphones so I mean. Did someone invite you in here to take? These microphones are on the hunt for microphone. Just we buildings looking to see. If they have microphones buildings. Did you walk into previously teen eighteen building? This is your nineteen ninety. Lucky number one thousand nine. We found our in the previous eighteen. We went to the Denny's across the street. Why did you think there would be microphones there? I guess we'd never been in there. I thought it was a podcast network. Called Denny's I guess. 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Straitjackets chase you down the street molester run I will chase you all right but there's not going to be a warning At one and then we'll say how we vote about this and then we'll tell you if the points in the sign winner. Okay this comes to us from Jordan Maywood. Oh would you rather superstar and he asks. Would you rather be able to control time? But it's powered by the various fluids in your body or dungeons and dragons replaces every sport in the Olympics. Okay would you rather be able to control time? But it's powered by the various fluids in your body or dungeons and dragons. Replaces every sport. The Olympics should we discuss this ladder. My question it could ask questions not only didn't open the floor yet. Listen to me I should have been warned you were. You were warned about that. You're worrying about not asking. Questions is a mouse trap man. I'm telling beating all right. I'm opening opening the floor for questions. Dazzling it with Opel. It's exactly are you have a question. Yes Lester Brad's I'm wondering. That's my real end. Non Comedic name. I am wondering when you're powered by fluids can't pick which fluids because of some fluid you have an excess of and break this down. How do you mean well? I mean I could super hydrate myself. And then what is your definition of super hydrating? Go nuts people under hydrate from what I hear. I would like to super high. Just hydrate till you're peeing constantly. You can't stop right so it's like a balloon like a plump balloon of you could get up there to plump balloon status because dare me because I'll do it you you take any dare most stairs. I have trouble backing down. I mean I could. I could have told you that I've known lester for about a half an hour. Now alecky fat dog. You Bet you bet you. I would love to fill myself up with water because because ended have an excess of water. But if it's GonNa be like I mean. Some fluids are more precious if it's bone marrow which is fluidity. I don't WANNA use. I don't know the bone. Marrow is technically considered a fluid. I know off the table. I feel better If it's come according to my doctors latest by tell. You my my testosterone count. I don't have a ton of that. I'll really so you don't have a lot to. I mean I guess any of yours is wasted. Yeah unless you're donating. We we all interested in furthering price-fighters not supposed to have sex tonight for about. I feel like that every single day. He's gotTA BE. He's got a ton stays some fluids urine. You could have all the year and you want out of my body. I don't need to hang onto any of that all you can eat but I mean there's also spits. There's there's definitely blood I mean. I you know a body. A human body that is is made up of seventy three percent waters robot body as way lasts Goo Goo. I mean we go. We talk about the Gum. And the blood in the urine ally. But we don't talk about the Goo whatever's floating around in your scrotum besides your balls. Yeah there's other stuff in there. What is floating around in there? I don't know mill silly putty you're right spirit of the questions you don't get to pick which fluid yup that's right. Yeah that's A. That's a big question. Pick which fluid any fluid will control time but I think you were different fluids. Can you know can do different things? And that's Via Trial and error. So you figure it out. Yes so like at a certain point you may blow your nose in. Oh Wow I've jumped forward in time by three days. Yeah Okay so blowing. Your nose does that well. Okay we'll go back a day or myself bleed it's CETERA. Yeah so it's yeah you say that when I cut myself every single time you have an accident in the kitchen if you prickly do I not do not leave enough time. Mortal Bard is good. I say he was really good as author going. You're a bookseller. I know my authors and Shakespeare is one of my top two. Who's the other one Melville? No Mario whose talk classic I mean. The movie was really good. Buddha inspite of the movie. I didn't like you like the Godfather I like different. Yep and his book version of Superman. I like the movie. Isn't there like a long section in the godfather about someone's vagina wonderful? It is it is not in the movie at all. Don't have that my favorite authors Tucker. Max took her Max. He's a Frat author you have they have ear in Hell. Oh Yeah I got. Yeah I must have missed that genre. Books got adapted into a film. It really did really did. My other favorite author is Neil Patrick Harris's character from how I met your mother who was an author and that show. There's a bunch of paperback growth about how to pick up. Women buy them. I'm trying to romance. My stripper. Ila Watercolor using. Neil Patrick. Harris is books. What do you think the mystery in the game and all that like what do you? What do you think about all that? It's played out women. Wised up that's the problem. Isn't it yeah? I need a new one. We need a new book for history. Typewriter new book to to Trick. Women got the previous tricks and they're expecting those tricks now. It's like three dimensional chess. That sounds like a bestseller. We're working on. I will docket You'll steal it. I'll steal it from somebody's home and then sell it. When copter at a time any other questions I got I got a choice. Don't don't choose I mean. I explained these rules questions okay. I didn't I gave one warning which was don't ask questions before the doors open because non warning that it would stop anytime very clearly said. Don't vote until until the floors closed looking like last year was literally bending piece of iron and they kept unbending it. I was focused on that. It's hard tonight so I apologize for missing the there he goes again. You're not GonNa get me again last year and that's a piece of an iron the other thing. Yeah No. I'm sorry by the day it's hot bottom as well uh-huh was that. This is a black and decker clothing iron. And I ripped off the plate. Yup Zimmer Murphy dirt you have any questions about Any of the scenarios. I have a question about each half is dungeons and dragons a Seven dust song. I it may be that way. I guess it's a role playing game. Have you ever played this or for sure? Now you're talking English. Yes it's basically it has Twenty four sided die or eighteen or twenty two twenty sided die. There's one eight I know there's more there's a lot and you roll. And then you're you're playing characters. Yeah a lot of elfin wizards and you have to go on. What it's called changelings. Your your your character goes on what's called a campaign a campaign yet. I mean you've seen the movie campaign. I'm assuming Zach Galifianakis welfare punches. A baby funny. So you've seen that right. I've never heard of it never heard of. What's your favorite movie guys Stripper Ella? Four episodes distributed back debate. That wants to do a movie a movie. Yeah I do commentary track for it. I play Dungeons and dragons but I only roll to chase Okay so every single time on the campaign you're like chase this person. This person must not be very fun to play with it. Depends I mean I'm consistent. I have a question about the fluid. Yeah are we allowed to pick are fluid? And if so can it be the discontinued mountain dew flavors? Spicy grapefruit monsoon. Look I'm getting guys? I'll allow it because it seems like you're just GONNA go your own way with it. I just got off so each. A category of the Olympics is now dungeons and dragons. Yes in that. What that is is basically like the category still exists like Bob sledding and shotput and all that you're just doing it incorporating dungeons and dragons into it okay. Yeah everything was just dirt. Just don't know no. I mean you are playing dungeons and dragons. But you're doing it with you know how there are special dungeons and dragons. I'm assuming right there oxes that have to do that. They're like themed. Yes so it's basically like named something of the Olympics Ski Jump Ski jump. Okay so basically. What happens you get into your skis? All right you get that ramp right. You carry along a box of dungeons dragons. Okay yeah once you take off the ramp. Yes there's someone next to you and your rolling in mid air and mayor essentially. Yes so it's great so it takes longer interesting which rhymes with broader does He has a javelin okay. So javelin basically you're taking the box of dungeons and dragons attaching to the Javelin to it. Yes you throw the javelin the dice fall out of the box. Whatever you get whatever you get. Yeah sounds pretty great so good. So if I'm hearing you correctly you would go not only with how far the javelin went but how well your character with how far the you're not at all. No you're just rolling it. Oh Yeah yes so. If you're playing basketball one of the newer additions to the Olympics family. Yes and then the tally. The points doesn't make any sense now. Here's okay so you got to incorporate about your dribbling while you're the actual physical events and the and the competition is largely ceremonial exact. Steroids have way less of an effect on the game. Thank God I don't know I mean. I think he signed disturbs. Improve Your dice rolling the steroids out there. I don't think so field day with this really. Are I really upright before Thanksgiving with my family? We play the game of life. And just roll. Sixes every time was strengthened. My hand I can say wow. Boxing do boxing boxing. You're you're back your New York to Dragons Olympics all right so thank you so you get into your trunks. You get into your cleats. What are the? What are you wearing the shoes? You're wearing shoes. Ocsar basically Penny Laurie where they're boots their specialty out there. Not just shoes excited. I think there is cyrus skate shoes. You wear okay. Did you get into your your. They call them trunks though. Certainly there's their swimsuits. Though they're they're they're like are they long shorts? No they're about Bermuda shorts about regular but by the size of a pair. So what differentiates trunks from shorts Trump material bronx? You swim in generally speaking. But they're not swimming in boxing. No but I don't think they're called boxing trunks. What are they called like panties? No I know they're not call pair not briefs Ramsey wear South Park Boxer Briefs Rain. Okay so you get into those amen. You put on the gloves and then you basically try to roll with the gloves on while you're punching each other and that's hard and you know I think. Boxing is the most easily adaptable. Because the REF becomes the dungeon master. He's separating the two people all the time a wizard euro wizard. You're a fighter. And then he's always whenever the someone is able to roll with those gloves on. He's always like counting it out like ten nine eight seven. It's pretty well. Does the forest close for questions idea? Nobody warned me. I informed you about warning. All right how are we man? I'm going to go to you first. How what what side of the equation are you landed on? I I gotta say solidly on this side of Dungeons and dragons. Olympic Reagan's Olympic. Why is that because if I if I had power over time I would mess everything up by saying. Oh you don't want that responsibility. I don't want that house. You mess everything up though I would. You know you're familiar with the butterfly effect I know the butter cream affect also ray Bradbury story but I know Dandelions live right. Well Tucker Max story veered into Erotica to pay the bills for a while but no buttercream but okay you know buttercream where a man ejaculates changes the future year back in time has sex with. You're not able to go back to live in this story. No I'm saying in this scenario. I mean you guys didn't ask questions about it. You only go forward in time. Only four still without still judge a drag. It's you know honestly because I want to see dungeons and dragons Olympics I want. I mean even with a shake the box so to speak even with everyone dead from the corona virus ninety percent of the earth. You still want that to happen. You didn't ask the questions. Yeah but that's real specific. I feel like you're now. I'm getting a yeah. These are serious ramifications with his. Don't I mean that's the whole reason? Dungeons and Dragons Olympics is only ten percent of the population around. And it's all the nerds. Oh Yeah I didn't follow. I didn't get you didn't ask the questions about it like you were sitting here going choice. Choice it really got to look on the bright side. That's true on the bright. You're the eternal optimist all right. We're going over here to Western Brad's I assume you're voting. I'm sorry I was talking to Murphy dirt both concerts to Allie. Say That you're you're voting as a team. Are you not as a team? And last name voting together voting together. Every person is a team when you think about it there. Were you know Did you really WANNA call me? I'll do I'M GONNA go for controlling time using fluids key. Oh interesting go forward. You can only go forward. So at a certain. I'll be handy. I get bored a lot. Well let's I mean every time every time you have any sort of fluid come out of your body your leaping forward in time so eventually how much it varies? I mean we were talking about the blood. That's like three days. Semen is one thousand years. I don't ever happen. Started up any kind of a like a runny diarrhea. Dad that happens a lot. That's one million years so I mean diarrhea myself. You're just I'll be out of my current society and I'll have diarrhea in three days. You're basically our way forward in time to the point where humans don't exist anymore it this way you love to chase. Why Not Chase the future? I mean I'm excited to see what entities I can chase down whatever passes for streets. Wow I mean the earth I think will it'll be frozen obviously or or get some snow bunny agencies. Nobody's that way there. You go go see the movie frozen. Expecting snow bunnies yeah disappointment. I saw this Olaf Guy I was like. Oh brother look at curves on on this late. I mean thirty. Eight twenty four thirty eight and five to type. That's a sir. Mix A lot dream right there as you. If you look like Olaf give me a call. Give me a ring. Did you look like stripper? Ella in watercolor form give me a ring. We'll speaking of rings Murphy. Dirt do you want to bowl? Ring your votes to the table here. Well done. Yeah I'M GONNA I'M GONNA pick the fluid one most people's bodies irs seventy-three percent water mind seventy three percent. Steven seagal discontinued energy. Drink lightning bolt. Okay Great. I can't really urinate that much. I would have to do like a little bit of dribble onto. What is it a watch do you? What do you do you onto onto a watch was? Is that how you try them? Travel no no. No no just just comes out anything that you export from Your Body. You suddenly are forward. Yeah well yeah I would. I would go into the future. I want to get my ex wife said Jake Sully Symbian back okay. So you're both. I can't remember how you voted. You're picking the time traveling lewd one. Your wife has a river city and of Jake. Sully the character from Avatar back. You need at least out around the office. We would toss onion rings onto it and he's had a reverse Symbian. What is the reverse? What's a forward one? It's that thing that people sit on. Right assets a vibrating Boehner also has part of an end reverse is like this. One you vibrated. Does it vibrated? Oh so suddenly you start shaking. Yeah this is incredible. Power bottom increases the core strength all right well. Let's tally up. The points obviously met I. How did you pick again you picked a dragon's everyone's dead wiped out ninety percent of the population and the rest of you picked a time travel. Where again everyone's dead within like three day once you have diarrhea met you pick the right answer because everyone's dead a from corona virus but it takes about three months. Yeah we were around for. Yeah so congratulations. And that's how we would you rather prize. What was their prize? You didn't win the for him. What's what's he get that. I missed out on but third place. Why do you assume you got third place? I assume he got. I think is ahead of you. I think these guys get second. Well there they didn't vote as a team voted as I would argue there. One man like last year is to award. I think that Murph came in second and then I came in third and then dirt is fourth for thinking handed dribble on a watch. Makes it not to tell you how to run your radio station but at Jack then we'd give a prize if someone wins? What kind of prices do you guys give out? We'll be like oh here. You get like a family. Four-pack tickets to his documentary. Hillary Clinton is a pedophile full of great new family. Pack of well. We're running out of time. We just have one final feature on the show. And that's a little something called plugs call. Good this is good. You can do every time a song comes on the radio. Do Give your opinion of it. Audibly everything books all Media Homey. I saw parasite the whole. Oh this is good. You must be terrible to hang out with running around most of your day. Yeah when you dip into movie theaters between two. Am and four am. Okay well when I can't sleep thank you too. That was good. That is plugs in brackets by baked goods. Thank you to be goods for that. All right what are we plug it? Matt. Obviously we have. Please hold me. Is the album out now. And this might help is going to be out soon in a couple of weeks recording episodes right now all right very good else you want to plug any dates or just go to map longer. Dot Com or dot com right and I stopped renewing mind user in Saint Listeners. Were you at platinum membership. And that's the fact that it takes fifteen percent of your income. I'll admit it was a little a little too much. You're the only subscriber I appreciate But yeah that's go there. See if I'm coming to your town all right. Very good Lister and Brad's what are you guys niece as a team? The royal we as a team would like to a new podcast. That's coming out by my friend. Will hines and it's called. I will write your book. I will write your book now. This guy had several failed. Podcasts had several like happening concurrently. He ended all didn't get any of them go and they keep failing and failing and failing and then he keeps. He's a he's a go getter. Which is what. He's trying to rebrand again. Starting from scratch. Why why stay something? That people might remember and know what he says. Now what does this one called? You're going to have to say three times before it sinks in your book. I will write your book. Say it one more time I will write your book. And what is this about Will Hines A ghost writer who meets with various clients and they they described to him what book they need him. Too right okay. This is out now or how it's being out soon in a couple of weeks couple of weeks well sounds like The podcast world is going to be shaken in drops of two amazing programs All right after the one guy over here. What are you Plugging we actually can't stick around for this part. We just got a text our roommates the surviving members of Drowning Pool. There in our in our car outside with the windows rolled up. They need to come let them out. Oh Okay oh just got another text. They died we gotta get out there. You gotTA IDENTIFY THE BODIES. All right see you later out no play. Scott. It's me. Bread ovens rallies. Here guys how are you? I talked to you on the the best. Of's in December not. Yeah Yeah beginning January pop in I. I said well are there. Microphone Ono. They left the microphones here. Yeah we had a couple of guys in here who we're using the microphone so I don't know what you're talking about or one guy. I can't tell these guys over here Lester and Brad Brad's couple of guys working as a team. So what do you do? You came here during plugs. I I don't know whether you have anything to plug. But if he did I would let you do it since he just walked in. I guess we could. We weren't planning on just here to do some stuff with the book podcast. Okay so are you doing for four them? Yeah we're trying to get songs on there for a record okay Yeah I guess if we had to close on it you can just check out our videos on twitter. Yeah that's right there one of your videos. I think we talked about on the best of it. Suddenly had a resurgence did not recently. Where a bunch of people started retweeting. Donald trump junior and eric trump and ted Cruz. Yeah we did. We did video. We did like fake like dance for to promote the Bloomberg campaign is ironically isn't chose to make fun of Mayor Dance. It was called Bloomberg now thirty three months later. Not started sharing your trump and Ted Cruz. But they think it's real and they were like look at these idiots a Look at these fucking dopes guys. Were like no yeah. We're idiots? Look at Yeah exactly yeah we got Donald Trump junior with three months ago. Eric trump fell for it three month. Lease coordination between the two camps fingers. Crossed we Barron come on. Don't bring him into this. Don't bring him and still get canceled. I know he's off limits. But if he if he falls into our Ovidio booby-trap we'll great. Thanks for a that and you guys are also off two. You're going to New York City. Are you not talk about that or you or do you? Now want to bring attention to your What you're doing. I think we can talk about it. at a later time at a later time back on the show later time talking about whatever it is. You're doing we're going to stay. You'RE OPENING VINTAGE. T. SHIRT STORE IN WILLIAMS. We're on we're opening a vintage. T. Shirt store that we sell t-shirts that just say like I Love New York where we with with the heart. Gone Ironic that you are calling it. Forty eight special. Okay all right well at the window I WANNA plug. We have some live dates coming up. We just announced Comedy Bang Bang is coming to Phoenix and Tucson may fifteenth Phoenix May Sixteenth Tucson. That is me Paul Tompkins laptops. Maybe someone else. We don't know but Those tickets are on sale right now all right. Let's close up the plug battle with the when you were killed and then you holy God forever don't Thin Aradio did. And he just says Oh everyone involved in and make it can just push a button and push the button battles pushing it by battle for survival. All right. That is of course the Michael Hardy and Jason Zukas remakes of the Plug. Back team guys. I WanNa thank you so much. Matt always good to see you. Good luck with whatever fall out. There is from this program with your wife all right all right And lesser and Brad. So good glad to be here and we'll come back right and oh wait. Murphy. Dir God Lester in Branson Nick inbred so nick. And Brad's you guys. Thanks for coming by and good luck with whatever it is. You're doing and that extends all of you. Good luck with whatever those of you listening at home. Good luck with whatever you're doing as well. Thanks for listening America's PODCAST. We'll see you next time. Thanks bye everyone. Thanks for listening and remember when you pop. Open A pint of netflixing shield ice cream. You can the magic of things that go perfectly together with the perfect mix of peanut butter. Intrigue Pretzel Drama and Fudge Brownie Belly. Laughs netflixing chilled pairs? Well with any of your netflix originals. 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