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"psych coleman" Discussed on Good One: A Podcast About Jokes

Good One: A Podcast About Jokes

06:49 min | 1 year ago

"psych coleman" Discussed on Good One: A Podcast About Jokes

"Christian. They think they're the only ones in here in Qatar. We'll be back with more Moshe. Casher the we're back with mantra casher so continuing with kind of that section of the joke if you if you own dodge me and I think it'll be a good way to plug your TV. Show programmatic and problematic automatic jokes. I WanNa talk about offensiveness and it's using comedy and it's not use and this is not me come from the perspective of. I'm offended by jokes. I tend to not be offended by any jokes. But I'm aware that exists in that that second we're kind of there's a part where you go like. Oh Hell's person's thing and Buddhist things and marijuana and something else Tofu and uses money and then go yeah so listen it. I felt it time stamping itself interesting. You know what I mean. In that moment I go. Muslim and Muslims are submission and high grade explosive US thinking to myself. I wonder I don't think could tell that joke anymore. I don't think that we're in the zone. Yeah where that joke with fly at so but I think in general you know why you. Why do a joke with? That has a stereotype that some people might be offended by like what and beyond just like. Oh it's funny because you can make jokes about anything but like you know what what is it. I mean to be honest like that was it. Yeah I was just looking for the hardest punch on data was available to me at that time. Now I'm never been particularly typically like Baco shy away from thing because it's offensive comedian. I've also never been a person. Psych Coleman my bit. It trying to find the edgy as zone. But I can. Just you know hurt everybody so but why tell that joke that way. I don't know. Can you think of a better punchline. I mean not not right now but it. It's hard to know because it's like the joke is built around to have sort of whatever the harshest thing is because you're getting increasingly exactly and then you put the Jewish. I think I so. It's a sort of like we're all in good fun thing but it it's interesting because it's like a sort of raising the stakes that those jokes have and everyone everyone agrees. We're in good fun. Then he'll like cool. He's raised the stakes. But I always curious because four joked to raise the stakes that has resumed that someone one is offended. That's interesting I never thought of it like that. I mean there is a bit on that on that album. That's the ground rules bit before. Is that right. Yeah something like viewer. Fended did a little digging for more pressure prayer and turns out. I don't give a what was it. People come up. They'll still they won't stop people they'll come up. They'll say. I was very offended by what you said tonight and I go. Love is just kidding doll time so but that conversation station has changed since that album came out right. Now there's this whole new conversation which as a comedian I got us out. I love which is about like you know. Intent is not about does not he will impact. And you know that excuse won't file anymore. You're kidding you know jokester destructive and Blah Blah Blah now. I'm not on board yet. That argument the jokes are Are Destructive to to humanity that there are bigger issues and. I don't think that I do not. I do not necessarily ascribe to the belief. That jokes perpetuate violence ORLANDS and and and racism. I think that they they lampooned them most of the time. Yeah but but I'm not saying I could be wrong about that. I'm not a sociologist. Geologist's an expert and I'm and as I once heard bill. Maher say person who everybody funds are offensive whatever's good for me as a citizen as bad for me as a comedian And I thought that was a really interesting point like I will. I'll give you an example like if I were to tell that joke now would I do hydrate explosive. I might just leave that part out every religion. It's thing he could cut. That's a pretty easy trim. Not because they necessarily think it shouldn't be told along maybe I do. I haven't thought about in a long time. I didn't even remember that line was in there. Yeah but also. I don't think good work. You had to go and work today. I think people will be like that is part of it which is like the the the idea that like the audience is always right but audiences Ezra to sensitive these days. It's like the audience is the audience. Right it'd be like be different people will. I'll give you an example. I've been thinking a lot about lately. So the word Faggot or you can beep that if you do that when I first started communist very very very popular word for alternative Comedians to you straight alternative comedians to us about themselves yes right it was always this like righteous on the right side of this conversation because it's always and in fact on this album. I have that thing that happened because it really was a situation. That happened where these for guys rolled by and they screamed Faggot at me and my three straight friends and I remember being so amused by this dude who was like a big kind of tougher. A man going going back to my face like he was so angry and I was just like those are just like dudes like they don't know you. Why is that bothering you so it turned into this whole bit about? I was gay bashed recently. But I'm not gay. Ha Ha and then I say faggot but I'm always on the right right quote unquote. I'm doing air quotes for the PODCAST. Show I'm on the right side of the argument and it would always be this huge comedy word anytime he did that big laugh everybody would love it and then things started to develop and change and then then all of a sudden you would find a diminishing returns with that word and then eventually I mean look. I'm sure somebody does it. And it's really great but I started to find that it was harder to go to that. Well well now. I don't say that I'm not. I don't think it's wrong that I should ever say I don't know but it just doesn't really work the word and I think that's probably a really good sign for humanity general that we've all moved to the point where even a person on the right side air quotes again of that argument. Can't use that word so good for me as a citizen Bad for music comedian. Yeah I mean I think there's also some comedians and I don't necessarily think the case with you but that there there's that idea that comedy's agreement or like laugh laugh as an agreement yes if you can get someone to laugh at something. They don't agree with it. Just like a I guess an impressive feat for someone who does how many Patrice O'Neal that was the ultimate apple. I used to watch patricians Francisco which was like. That's truly gray experience because some women would walk out but then you but then you have these leftover like you offensively probably feminist demographically feminist women. Who Just begrudgingly recieving? They're going like oh I hate. This is it's funny. This is funny. And producers. Like the great articulate or of that I'm only on the side of funny I have no agenda other than is is a funny comedian. That's my primary as a citizen and the progressive I have other agendas but when I get on stage like I don't really care about I care.

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"psych coleman" Discussed on Good One: A Podcast About Jokes

Good One: A Podcast About Jokes

06:49 min | 1 year ago

"psych coleman" Discussed on Good One: A Podcast About Jokes

"Christian. They think they're the only ones in here in Qatar. We'll be back with more Moshe. Casher the we're back with mantra casher so continuing with kind of that section of the joke if you if you own dodge me and I think it'll be a good way to plug your TV. Show programmatic and problematic automatic jokes. I WanNa talk about offensiveness and it's using comedy and it's not use and this is not me come from the perspective of. I'm offended by jokes. I tend to not be offended by any jokes. But I'm aware that exists in that that second we're kind of there's a part where you go like. Oh Hell's person's thing and Buddhist things and marijuana and something else Tofu and uses money and then go yeah so listen it. I felt it time stamping itself interesting. You know what I mean. In that moment I go. Muslim and Muslims are submission and high grade explosive US thinking to myself. I wonder I don't think could tell that joke anymore. I don't think that we're in the zone. Yeah where that joke with fly at so but I think in general you know why you. Why do a joke with? That has a stereotype that some people might be offended by like what and beyond just like. Oh it's funny because you can make jokes about anything but like you know what what is it. I mean to be honest like that was it. Yeah I was just looking for the hardest punch on data was available to me at that time. Now I'm never been particularly typically like Baco shy away from thing because it's offensive comedian. I've also never been a person. Psych Coleman my bit. It trying to find the edgy as zone. But I can. Just you know hurt everybody so but why tell that joke that way. I don't know. Can you think of a better punchline. I mean not not right now but it. It's hard to know because it's like the joke is built around to have sort of whatever the harshest thing is because you're getting increasingly exactly and then you put the Jewish. I think I so. It's a sort of like we're all in good fun thing but it it's interesting because it's like a sort of raising the stakes that those jokes have and everyone everyone agrees. We're in good fun. Then he'll like cool. He's raised the stakes. But I always curious because four joked to raise the stakes that has resumed that someone one is offended. That's interesting I never thought of it like that. I mean there is a bit on that on that album. That's the ground rules bit before. Is that right. Yeah something like viewer. Fended did a little digging for more pressure prayer and turns out. I don't give a what was it. People come up. They'll still they won't stop people they'll come up. They'll say. I was very offended by what you said tonight and I go. Love is just kidding doll time so but that conversation station has changed since that album came out right. Now there's this whole new conversation which as a comedian I got us out. I love which is about like you know. Intent is not about does not he will impact. And you know that excuse won't file anymore. You're kidding you know jokester destructive and Blah Blah Blah now. I'm not on board yet. That argument the jokes are Are Destructive to to humanity that there are bigger issues and. I don't think that I do not. I do not necessarily ascribe to the belief. That jokes perpetuate violence ORLANDS and and and racism. I think that they they lampooned them most of the time. Yeah but but I'm not saying I could be wrong about that. I'm not a sociologist. Geologist's an expert and I'm and as I once heard bill. Maher say person who everybody funds are offensive whatever's good for me as a citizen as bad for me as a comedian And I thought that was a really interesting point like I will. I'll give you an example like if I were to tell that joke now would I do hydrate explosive. I might just leave that part out every religion. It's thing he could cut. That's a pretty easy trim. Not because they necessarily think it shouldn't be told along maybe I do. I haven't thought about in a long time. I didn't even remember that line was in there. Yeah but also. I don't think good work. You had to go and work today. I think people will be like that is part of it which is like the the the idea that like the audience is always right but audiences Ezra to sensitive these days. It's like the audience is the audience. Right it'd be like be different people will. I'll give you an example. I've been thinking a lot about lately. So the word Faggot or you can beep that if you do that when I first started communist very very very popular word for alternative Comedians to you straight alternative comedians to us about themselves yes right it was always this like righteous on the right side of this conversation because it's always and in fact on this album. I have that thing that happened because it really was a situation. That happened where these for guys rolled by and they screamed Faggot at me and my three straight friends and I remember being so amused by this dude who was like a big kind of tougher. A man going going back to my face like he was so angry and I was just like those are just like dudes like they don't know you. Why is that bothering you so it turned into this whole bit about? I was gay bashed recently. But I'm not gay. Ha Ha and then I say faggot but I'm always on the right right quote unquote. I'm doing air quotes for the PODCAST. Show I'm on the right side of the argument and it would always be this huge comedy word anytime he did that big laugh everybody would love it and then things started to develop and change and then then all of a sudden you would find a diminishing returns with that word and then eventually I mean look. I'm sure somebody does it. And it's really great but I started to find that it was harder to go to that. Well well now. I don't say that I'm not. I don't think it's wrong that I should ever say I don't know but it just doesn't really work the word and I think that's probably a really good sign for humanity general that we've all moved to the point where even a person on the right side air quotes again of that argument. Can't use that word so good for me as a citizen Bad for music comedian. Yeah I mean I think there's also some comedians and I don't necessarily think the case with you but that there there's that idea that comedy's agreement or like laugh laugh as an agreement yes if you can get someone to laugh at something. They don't agree with it. Just like a I guess an impressive feat for someone who does how many Patrice O'Neal that was the ultimate apple. I used to watch patricians Francisco which was like. That's truly gray experience because some women would walk out but then you but then you have these leftover like you offensively probably feminist demographically feminist women. Who Just begrudgingly recieving? They're going like oh I hate. This is it's funny. This is funny. And producers. Like the great articulate or of that I'm only on the side of funny I have no agenda other than is is a funny comedian. That's my primary as a citizen and the progressive I have other agendas but when I get on stage like I don't really care about I care.

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"psych coleman" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

03:47 min | 2 years ago

"psych coleman" Discussed on KQED Radio

"And if you're just joining us, my guess is Christina Applegate. She stars with Linda Cartolini in the Netflix series did to me, which has just been renewed for a second season. All of season. One is streaming. So in addition to doing movies, and TV, you did a Broadway revival of sweet charity. The music in that show is so good. Visit the best God. Yeah. And you had to basically addition for the composer Cy Coleman. What was that, like? Recipes coleman. But now I can talk about how it was. It was really difficult. The process was really it was something else. I really you know, I'm a huge Fossey fanatic. I've sweet charity was when my favorite movies, all the jazz is in my top five of all time. I mean, this is like was Mike. My dream come true that I went to New York and I was there for a minute felt like ten hours and it probably was ten hours of singing on dishes. And then, you know, the all the scenes I had to do, and then the dancing I was there for it just for hours. But. Apparently the end of the day after the addition was over, and very Wieser came into the dressing, Barron. Fran came in and said, can you give us a year and I sat there and I said, can you give me a minute? I mean I was like drenched in sweat, and I kind of wanted to go just to have the experience of having a New York audition. I don't even know if I had wanted to really make the commitment to do this at that time. I just wanted the experience of that. So I needed a minute and then. I got the call that Cy was not convinced of my singing, which I don't blame him. I mean, it's not my strong suit, and he wanted to have another work session in Los Angeles with me, and it was really, really challenging the way they operate in, not everyone in New York. But the way they talk to you is not fluffy. Like they do out in Hollywood. He was tough on me really tough on me. And I thought I was going to, like burst into tears many times during that work session. It was really, really hard. I got back in the car, and I call them and I said, look, I really wanna do it because if they're gonna be like this, like, I, you know, and they said, well, psych Coleman, just called in he completely like thinks you're magical. You're you got the job. It was like say what, how did that happen? I thought he hated me. He was so scary. But it was amazing to be around him this man, who's written all this incredible music. You said he was tough on you with did he do that seem so tough. It's not moving your arm. Stop doing it that way. Why are you seeing it like that? Start again. Start like really what you what you think would happen in those in work session like literally, like like the on Jeju getting completely like verbally abused. But I think that's just who you know, he was just very strong man with a new one. No one's like fuzzy in the Broadway world. You know, it's, it's a tough job. And they gotta make sure you're doing it. Right. So, you know, when we got there it was it was wonderful. Amine incredible. The rehearsal process was is so much fun and so filled with so much joy for me. But they're you know, they can be tough on. You. Well, let's hear you sing from the cast recording. And this is if my friends could see me now, which is such a great lyric Dorothy fields to here's my guess Christina Applegate, if they.

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"psych coleman" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

03:48 min | 2 years ago

"psych coleman" Discussed on KQED Radio

"And if you're just joining us, my guess is Christina Applegate. She stars with Linda Cartolini in the Netflix series dead to me, which has just been renewed for a second season. All of season. One is streaming. So in addition to doing movies, and TV you did a Broadway revival of sweet charity. The music in that show is so good. Visit the best God. Yeah. And you had to basically addition for the composer Cy Coleman. What was that, like? Recipes cycle Coleman. But now I can talk about how it was. It was really difficult. The process was really it was something else. I really you know, I'm a huge Fossey fanatic. I've sweet charity was when my favorite movies, all the jazz is in my top five of all time. I mean, this is like was Mike. My dream come true. But I went to New York to audition. And I was there for a minute felt like ten hours, probably was ten hours of singing dishes. And then, you know, the all the scenes I had to do, and then the dancing I was there for it just for hours. But. Apparently at the end of the day after the additions over and berry Wieser came into the dressing, Barron. Fran came in and said, can you give us a year and I sat there and I said, can you give me a minute? I mean I was like drenched in sweat, and I kind of wanted to go just to have the experience of having a New York addition. I didn't even know if I had wanted to really make the commitment to do this at that time. I just wanted the experience of that. So I needed a minute and then. I got the call that Cy was not convinced of my singing, which I don't blame him. I mean, it's not my strong suit, and he wanted to have another work session in Los Angeles with me, and it was really, really challenging the way they operate in, not everyone in New York. But the way they talk to you is not fluffy. Like they do out in Hollywood. He was tough on me really tough on me. And I thought I was going to, like burst into tears many times during that work session. It was really, really hard and I got back in the car, and I call them and I said, look, really wanna do it because if they're going to be like this, like, like, you know, and they said, well, psych Coleman, just called and he completely like thinks you're magical. You're you got the job. It was like say what, how did that happen? I thought he hated me. He was so scary. But it was amazing to be around him this man. Who's, you know, written all this incredible music. You said he was tough on you. What did he do that seem so tough? It's not moving your arms up doing it that way. Why are you seeing it like that? Start again. Start like really what you what you think would happen in those in work session like literally, like like the on Jeju getting completely like verbally abused. But I think that's just who he was just very strong man with a new witty wanted. No one's like fuzzy in the Broadway world. You know, it's, it's a tough job. And they gotta make sure you're doing it. Right. So, you know, when we got there it was it was wonderful. Amine incredible. The rehearsal process was so much fun. And so filled with so much joy for me. But there you know, they can be tough on. You. Well, let's hear sing from the cast recording. And this is if my friends could see me know which is such a great lyric Dorothy fields to here's my guess Christina Applegate, if they could.

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"psych coleman" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

03:51 min | 2 years ago

"psych coleman" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Water. This is fresh air. And if you're just joining us, my guess is Christina Applegate. She stars with Linda Cartolini in the Netflix series dead to me, which has just been renewed for a second season. All of season. One is streaming. So in addition to doing movies, and TV, you did a Broadway revival of sweet charity. The music that show us so good. Visit the best to my God. Yeah. And you had to basically addition for the composer. Psych holman. What was that, like? Recipes psycho woman. But now I can talk about how it was. It was really difficult. The process was really it was something else. I really you know, I'm a huge Fossey fanatic. I've sweet charity was when my favorite movies, all the jazz is in my top five of all time. I mean, this is like, was my dream come true. But I went to New York and I was there for a minute felt like ten hours and probably was ten hours of singing dishes. And then, you know, the all the scenes I had to do, and then the dancing, and I was there for it just for hours. But. Apparently the end of the day after the addition was over and berry Wieser came into the dressing, Barron. Fran came in and said, can you give us a year and I sat there and I said, can you give me a minute? I mean I was like drenched in sweat, and I kind of wanted to go just to have the experience of having a New York audition. I didn't even know if I had wanted to really make the commitment to do this at that time. I just wanted the experience of that. So I needed a minute and then. I get the call that Cy was not convinced of my singing, which I don't blame him. I mean, it's not my strong suit, and he wanted to have another work session in Los Angeles with me, and it was really, really challenging the way they operate in, not everyone in New York. But the way they talk to you. It's not fluffy. Like they do out in Hollywood. He was tough on me really tough on me. And I thought I was gonna burst into tears many times during that work session. It was really, really hard. I got back in the car, and I call them and I said, look, I'm only want to do it because if they're gonna be like this, like, I, you know, and they said, well, psych Coleman, just called and he completely like thinks you're magical, and you're you got the job. It was like say what, how did that happen? I thought he hated me. He was so scary. But it was amazing to be around him this man, who's written all this incredible music. You said he was tough on you. What did he do that seem so tough that moving your arm? Stop doing it that way. Why are you seeing it like that? Start again. Start like really what you what you think would happen in those in a work session like literally, like like the orange new getting completely like verbally abused. But I think that's just, you know, he's just very strong man with a new one. No one's like fuzzy in the Broadway world. You know, it's, it's a tough job, and they gotta make sure you're doing it. Right. So when we got there was it was wonderful. Amine incredible the rehearsal process was so much fun and so filled with so much joy for me, but they're you know, they can be tough on. You. Well, let's hear you sing from the cast recording. And this is if my friends could see me now, which is such a great lyric, Dharthi fields to here's my guess Christina Applegate. If they could.

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