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"rob huebel" Discussed on Mega

Mega

01:52 min | 9 months ago

"rob huebel" Discussed on Mega

"Never even thought. I never even thought of that either. I never even thought about that but there could be female like sexy female demons that also have very ripped body in on. Yeah but their bodies. Instead of wearing speedo or a men's european suit it could be more of like a bikini or a one piece man. Oh man this is like inspiration and he'd still be able to overpower you because they have a supernatural strength. Their bodies are so much stronger than ours than their wingspan. Their wings van is humongous and they can spread their wings and fly really faster way. Faster than people can run. Were hide so you can't get away from you. You absolutely cannot just gotta get some sketch pencils out and use the different colors for the beginning of the thing is. Is that what. I what i need to do right now. Very quickly is that. I have to go to work on my sketches for this also. I have to go to the bathroom immediately. Like i need to go to the bathroom. I just right now. I really have to be by myself in the bathroom to write the song and also do the artwork for this female demon. Okay so i just need to go. I need to have a quiet time in by myself and no no interruptions. Total privacy in the bathroom by myself. No one comes in there. No matter what rod humble was played by rob. You've seen them in so many great things but definitely check out his show medical police on netflix and follow him at rob hubel. I'm holly laurenti playing halley. Lebron and gray house was played by greg. Follow us and mega the podcast on twitter and instagram. And if you really want to get out of hell free card support us on patriot on the link is in the show notes..

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"rob huebel" Discussed on Mega

Mega

04:43 min | 9 months ago

"rob huebel" Discussed on Mega

"And then you know. I didn't know that they would be coming home then. But that's when they got trapped in more traps and tricks i had set for the burglars. So do you. Do you know what a log spike is now. Is it just kind of sound like what it is. I mean a log with some spikes on it. What i mean. It sounds kind of like a log. Spiked log spiky lock. If we're going to. I guess if we're going to kind of ruining the story but yeah that is what it is. I mean so. Yeah it was just a log. It's like a big log a heavy log attached to us like a swing and then you put a big spike on it. And then when they they they trip over the trip wire the logs swings and it swings in its spikes them into their back or their or their stomach. And so yeah. But it's exactly what you guessed. It's a spiky wall that makes more sense now that i'm kind of getting this filled in y your parents when they came in the door. We're kind of going. Oh it's like home alone and so they were actually quite a lot of pain. I it's why didn't even think about that because now that does explain that part of it but also do you..

"rob huebel" Discussed on Mega

Mega

05:02 min | 9 months ago

"rob huebel" Discussed on Mega

"Obviously because they're demons their more developed than we are as people so their genitals are way more developed and more threatening like way more threatening than are so that probably led me to the name demon crushers because of that being my worst nightmare. It's of my now too. So i just wanted to kind of circle back then to you know when your parents deep comeback or did you just get found after that year and have to go live with with someone else. Did your parents ever arrived back home from their trip. Came back and they were like. Oh no oh rod. Oh we forgot you know. This is just like the movie home alone for exactly like the movie but it would be. If home alone lasted for a whole year is what my parents were saying. I know i was right here and they were like well. Sorry about that. And i was like all right. What did you learn how to be a good cook from that. Having to feed yourself a lot of it is just survival. Survival instincts and stuff like that. So the honest some stuff to be honest when you go to that place. When when i was a kid a lot of is just straight up. Shoplifting burglaries so because survival. You have a different instinct so if you think about it you know right now. We all have very comfortable lifestyles. But if we were all thrown into a survival situation we would do whatever it took to survive so shoplifting yes shoplifted tons and tons of grapes dates things that would fit into a child's pocket candies suckers things that are reachable to you have to think what is reachable child will the produce the low hanging fruit and produce isle stuff like that a lot of the kid. Here's another thing that people don't tell you about grocery stores is that a lot of the grocery stores are stocked at the kids items are at eye level so that the kids sit and get their parents and they bother their parents for the grocery item in so all of it is reachable to a kids height so i would grab the snack. Packs pudding packs. Like i said grapes. It just seems like a lot of sugary stuff. Now nourish when they came back..

"rob huebel" Discussed on Mega

Mega

05:43 min | 9 months ago

"rob huebel" Discussed on Mega

"Because i mean the good you will be able to do for the williamson. You need isn't right. Okay how you demon crushers demon crusher. Zee on the very end of it. Yeah yeah man. I like the kid. Snack crushable yeah. I love crystals see now with the with the hard z. It's too bad you can't go with the yellow and black it. Would you know the wasp or beef theme would go with that but you don't really want to emulate striper do. What are your band colors. That's a great question because we don't even have colors right. Now i was. I will give credit where credit is due that striper. They were on the cutting edge of the whole color scheme thing. Because do you remember a group called blind melon. Okay so blind melon. Everybody knows they had the bumbled. They had the video with the bumblebee. So they sort of were at the same time his striper so there was a lot of beef theme and black and yellow theme. And then do you know the the Rap pan the wu tang clan. They also call them the killer bees along so there were there have been historically in the music business. A lot of beef themed costumes and colorings. So anyway we ever figured out what our colors would be. And now i don't even know if people even do colors anymore blind melon. I have not heard from that guy in forever and always thought this with some really good friends. I hope he puts them. You should google. You should google that. Because that one i do know for a fact that one was a funeral for sure really. Yes you what. I'm not surprised at all to hear that blind. Melon and wu tang gang were stealing the yellow and black stuff from striped tank clean. I'm just trying to. I don't want you to get mail from people correcting say you said wu tang king because it's they're not a gang group it's a clan. Oh wow wow. I know gangs are bad but the klan is also bad. Well it's kind of coming back. Hey you know. I did have one question for you. Which is how you wasn't reporting early life you know. How did you grow up getting interested in this kind of like heavy music because it seems like maybe something about your childhood maybe resonated with you with this kind of rebel renegade idea that you know these guys like striper at the time of putting out War for a long time. When i was a kid i raised myself. Yeah because my parents went on. Have you ever seen the movie home alone. Macaulay culkin's but i love that. It was hilarious. The third one. I never saw..

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"rob huebel" Discussed on Mega

Mega

03:38 min | 9 months ago

"rob huebel" Discussed on Mega

"These guys were spin devil and that motley crue and tommy lee's making a sex tape and these rockers. What they did is they had these scouts. Go look for hot. Women bringing them backstage letting them come behind the curtain. Do whatever they wanted these guys. We'll that's what that's what part of my job was for. Striper is i used to be the guy to go out into the audience in find women that would go and be with stripe earned like all of them. I could get because that was the deal that the guys all the guys in striper they would. They would only have sex as a group and so you would have to tell the women. Look it's not going to be like a one on one thing you also it's going to be like a malay it's going to be chaos weapons whip. It's yeah and so. But now you know when i think back on those dark days. I just can't believe that that was ever even part of my. I had to go out and tap a woman on the shoulder and she would say what i would say. Well i'm with the band and they wanna meet you and she would say q. And i would say well no being serious and she said no q. I'm serious why would she be. So why would you be saying that. She didn't believe did not like she was mad. She was like no way. We're going back to the same woman over novick decide. Sounds like you got to like bring a lanyard or something show. You're mean business. Exactly so then. I had a special lanyard that i would pull out. That had a special vip pass on it for her and the This this is bad but the lanyard the vip pass that. I would give to. The woman had a picture of stripers spots in their pants. So y- so they kind of know like you're gonna get this past year in the implication. Is that these are for you with these stories like the bypass and in the in the woman in all these dogs backstage and everything..

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"rob huebel" Discussed on Mega

Mega

05:59 min | 9 months ago

"rob huebel" Discussed on Mega

"Said even the rocks and stones will cry out our guest. Today is a stone cold rocker. Ladies and gentlemen. Please welcome mr rod humble. Welcome so cool. Yeah awesome sight. I've just paint the picture for everyone. I would say that. I mean you you just you just kind of the picture of what i would call rock and roll the jacket rings skull really. Oh minnesota awful. I mean you know like poured of being. I think in the music scene is also just looking like you are looking like you belong and also just like people. Don't mess with you. You know when you look like like A rocker or you know you look kind of more. Like a demon than people tend to be more like scared and afraid of you. Yeah yeah is a great plus. I wanna ask you so tell the listeners. A little bit about your background because really when when we think that rock and roll around twin hills you probably the fist. At least you know you in the top five or so names that come up of of people who have really leave that rock and roll life but you've lived it for christ you know not always to be like if you go way back. I was listening to secular rock and metal leg. Everybody you know a lot of people. Do i listen to corn and i listen to kiss and listened to crocus basically most bands with kay's or like a case sound but yeah but then eventually i found my way to a great band called striper. I was really blessed and lucky to get in with them on the ground floor is what's called a road you guys know what a us now. How many rhody is a guy or can also be a girl but it's usually a guy who goes out on the road with the band and helps them set up all their gear and equipment. It carries the guitars and pushes around the big boxes of stuff. That's really heavy. And then they do the show and then after the show you clean up all the gear and equipment so you load them and you load 'em out. There was a show on showtime called roadies. That cameron crowe guys not know that about the show. I got cancelled. It got cancelled because of luke. Wilson luke wilson was. The row was one of the main roadies. I think people like him as a rock and roll rhody so sold so but anyway i was on the road with striper for like ten years from the time when i was like young like eighteen to like twenty. What's ten years. Twenty eight basically and it was. You know it's hard. It's a rock and roll lifestyle. Even though it is christian screen so late hours hard work heavy pushing lifting stuff like that and then eventually. Unfortunately i saw behind the curtain. Do you know what that means like. He actually look behind where the backstage areas. No not literally mean figuratively. I saw behind the rock and roll curtain. So what what i was led to believe was that striper were a bunch of christian bros. Out rocking for the lord..

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"rob huebel" Discussed on Lights Camera Barstool

Lights Camera Barstool

01:32 min | 10 months ago

"rob huebel" Discussed on Lights Camera Barstool

"rob huebel" Discussed on Lights Camera Barstool

Lights Camera Barstool

04:41 min | 10 months ago

"rob huebel" Discussed on Lights Camera Barstool

"You know because we all inferred it for the assume for the most part. Would you guys think about the billy eichner scene but when it was skype as mattress is matt drudge. Name and none of the round table for a dollar. Ma'am i wasn't loving between james corden appeared this. Yes hi mark ninety s and the both of you guys ninety three eighty three from the audience. again look fucking incredible. I know the story may not be for everyone But i think there's a mystery to it and there. It was done in a different way that these arthur ian type store that typically don't connect with and i i fucking loved. I loved this movie. I may see it again in theaters Because i i know like at home. But in four k. Is is is a little different than Definitely better in theaters will note. That never says my home viewing experience that also applies to get four k. Blue but i didn't. I don't have that. So yeah i know he said it to dev patel just continues to knock it out of the park. even knocked it out in even knocked it out in avatar our say easily the best part of avatar the noah's knowing speaking for ktv's. I realize that my my tv. And i think i've have a new new culet something wherever new culet. Tv twenty twenty and it is definition too good to the point where i can very visibly see the makeup on actors especially in older shows. So like when. I walked in wizards places. Playing fucking kid. The the main guy phil of the future catering to think whatever his name is he saying there and you could see the tan of the makeup ending at the line behind. It was really bad. It is so it's very apparent starts. You got to turn the motion boring on for full effect. You think i'm going back to the movies like a regular first up to your house and fights you talk. Crashes through a skylight. Just fucking scissor drops you. The the suicide squad is going to be the next.

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"rob huebel" Discussed on Lights Camera Barstool

Lights Camera Barstool

04:05 min | 10 months ago

"rob huebel" Discussed on Lights Camera Barstool

"Go. You die you respond. that's great then with warzone. I hate building up like and finally getting my tire class both like all the chicken the money all the stuff you need. They just get like fucking snyder or whatever. It just bothers me so much and more zones great but that that feeling is so defeated multi-player designed to let you fall ass backwards into kills. You can be very bad call of duty player. But like you're going to get some kills in that game it's just designed whether you like come up on someone from behind or just like incidentally get somebody who is shooting mate and vulture the kill like. That's what's rewarding about the multi player whereas the war zone like you could drop and and and get killed immediately and you're just like where am i. What am i doing here is. This is not my beautiful house. This is not my beautiful wife. It's the the repeated like for me. First person shooter. Video games will always be like the multi player the constant over and over. It's the kill streak right. It's like the kill streak. Inhale it's like that so that you can do that multiple times. What like fifteen twenty minutes that fires me the fuck up and i know that you have those moments in warzone. But they're few and far between and only the best players have those moments where you're killing three whole team two teams in a row and you get that constantly and multi-player and the should talking is still exists so i just love being like okay boys where we drop in. Never forget our first ever win in war we had And therefore member. Our guy was a major liability and we were trying to build him into the house so he can ruin the game for us and then we want spent a whole game trying to build walls around somebody just a pissed off. That was actually very does. A lotta fun. Yeah i miss for night as well. Yeah it was. It was a moment it was true. Did you see michael richards.

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"rob huebel" Discussed on Hollywood Handbook

Hollywood Handbook

01:52 min | 2 years ago

"rob huebel" Discussed on Hollywood Handbook

"No it's not a frigging drink from starbucks. It's clothes within no Chino. It's all about you and you're wearing clothes. Not Drinking some drink from starbucks. Hey Kevin Kevin. Hi Sean what would indochino be at starbucks Probably a little Chino in a big in inside a big we know. So so. That's Kevin's idea. Please use the HASHTAG. That's my Indochino to tweet. Yeah Kevin Bartell Artale and tell him your idea for what the starbucks drink would be. If it wasn't close but it is close you get to choose from hundreds of high quality fabrics to pick the color pattern. Wait you like best. Then you choose all the personal touches including your lining lapel monogram Kevin what a guy who ordered the Indochino drink from starbucks that you said choose as his monogram and Lapel for the monogram. It's it's probably like an upside down Smiley face. Yes in for the Lapel. It says like don't even so even if you don't know what a lapel is like Kevin The customisations your choice. And there's no extra cost your suit is made your exact measurements so you end up with a perfect fit for the shape of your body. Indochino also sells custom shirts coats. And Chino's so you can get a full custom wardrobe. They have showrooms across North America. or You can do it. All from home at Indochino Dot Com Colin. What would your Indochino drink at starbucks be? I'm trying to cut down on coffee. So maybe it's going to be t and the British guy wants tea. And what.

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"rob huebel" Discussed on Hollywood Handbook

Hollywood Handbook

01:52 min | 2 years ago

"rob huebel" Discussed on Hollywood Handbook

"No it's not a frigging drink from starbucks. It's clothes within no Chino. It's all about you and you're wearing clothes. Not Drinking some drink from starbucks. Hey Kevin Kevin. Hi Sean what would indochino be at starbucks Probably a little Chino in a big in inside a big we know. So so. That's Kevin's idea. Please use the HASHTAG. That's my Indochino to tweet. Yeah Kevin Bartell Artale and tell him your idea for what the starbucks drink would be. If it wasn't close but it is close you get to choose from hundreds of high quality fabrics to pick the color pattern. Wait you like best. Then you choose all the personal touches including your lining lapel monogram Kevin what a guy who ordered the Indochino drink from starbucks that you said choose as his monogram and Lapel for the monogram. It's it's probably like an upside down Smiley face. Yes in for the Lapel. It says like don't even so even if you don't know what a lapel is like Kevin The customisations your choice. And there's no extra cost your suit is made your exact measurements so you end up with a perfect fit for the shape of your body. Indochino also sells custom shirts coats. And Chino's so you can get a full custom wardrobe. They have showrooms across North America. or You can do it. All from home at Indochino Dot Com Colin. What would your Indochino drink at starbucks be? I'm trying to cut down on coffee. So maybe it's going to be t and the British guy wants tea. And what.

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"rob huebel" Discussed on Bullseye with Jesse Thorn

Bullseye with Jesse Thorn

07:26 min | 2 years ago

"rob huebel" Discussed on Bullseye with Jesse Thorn

"Was like in this big burly guy who had a beard that would rival your beers. Jesse guy should have a beard fight. I don't know if people know Jesse's beard right now but it is it is aggressive No it's awesome but So this guy was like Oh yeah I was a Preemie preemies of twenty eight weeks from now I was like Oh really man. That's so cool. He's I Back when I was born my mom didn't and when I came home they put me in a shoebox and they would put me behind the stove to keep me warm and I was like for real like yeah like he grew up in Minnesota or somewhere in uh just like man like life can just fight. It's just amazing. Like how the human humans will will just fight. They are fighters you know. Do you feel like having gone through something like that has affected the way that you approach the rest of your life. Yeah yes and You know it sort of puts everything in perspective in whatever it is like. I feel like everybody's you you know they say everybody's going through something and so I just try to remember that now I just try to. I think I'm more aware of that. Maybe that like oh I went went through this. There are other people that are going through this right now. There are people right now at the hospital. That are in Nicu's all over the country that are going through this. Oh if I if anyone hears this or knows anyone that's that this might give them some encouragement like I love that. I have that thing now like like my wife and I have that thing. We have that thing that we can be. Maybe some little help or encouragement to somebody else. Because before I didn't have that like I was just a guy doing my thing and making comedy trying to you know be funny and movies and stuff but I didn't have like a thing that was like oh I can actually connect with view about a real life thing and I might be able to encourage you in some way so now like we have that you know and I think if you look at your your life like that or if you look at like those hard things how can I try to use that as a way to be helpful to the people behind me that are going through that also and I mean you know you have stuff like that to where whatever it is that that is in specific to your family or your kids or your marriage or your something that you went through at work you know whatever the everyone has or will go through something. That's like going to give you your thing that you can help the person behind you can throw a rope down to them like grab on because like I can. I can hopefully give you a little bit of hope. You Know Rob. I really love your show medical police which is ashore in which you play doctor who becomes the doctor policeman. Yeah I hadn't travels the world Dr Policing in the style of a television vision procedural show cop doctor Dr Cop we. I can't even remember. Yeah Medical Medical Medical Police. That's medical police and I don't want to I just going to play just to as a sort of flake eating a cracker when you're doing a Wine tasting or something something. Yeah in a play one more stupid clip from your stupid show that I love lease before we go you and your partner Dr Lola Spratt that have apprehended. Someone that that you thought was a terrorist and shot and killed Tim and then they figure out or the shot him. I think the shoot him in the arm. Yeah we have quite that. He's not dead he's hanging on and then you realize that there's this this whole other explanation for all the clues that you thought were for sure. The reason that he was definitely the guy date. This is why we may have really messed up on your has seen. Yeah it's kind of funny you do. We actually thought you were a terrorist. Because I'm listening. No no no no no if anything in spite of that fact no trust us. We have had precisely that conversation and we're also not suggesting that there is a simple one size fits all solution for these problems. This is the kind of dialogue. We should all be having Dan. That's exactly it's a it's a given given it's everybody for all of us. Didn't Hewlett High. Thank God listen so We shot him but we also saved his life so it Kinda evens out the doctors do you can shoot someone and then you just patch them up. Move on move on down the road. Rob Thank you for thank you for your candour are talking with me today. And thanks for this great show that It's high-spirited stupidity will Bring warmth and comfort to many lives. Thanks Jesse I I. I'm a big Fan and I love doing the show. Thanks for having me Rob Hubel medical police his so funny I cannot I cannot or not I cannot tell you how funny medical police is. It is full of laughs I can't wait for you to see it. It's streaming right now on net flicks. That's the end of another episode of Bullseye. Bullseye is produced at maximum fun dot Org World Headquarters Overlooking Macarthur Park Karen Beautiful Los Angeles California where there was a film shoot in the park not an uncommon occurrence. A lot of great movies have been shot in Macarthur Park. The subject of this one to guys wearing matching gray tracksuits both wearing bright red shoes with identically styled beards and men bonds and and later on they changed into leopard. Our show is produced. By speaking into microphones. Are Producers Kevin Ferguson. Hey seuss Ambrosio. Is our associate producer. We get help from Casey. O'Brien I just saw with a giant electric piano in the office. Are Production fellows are Jordan cowling and Melissa. Dwayne yes are interstitial. Music is is by Dan. Wally also known as DJ. W who knows maybe Casey's gunning for his job. Our theme song is by the go team. Our thanks to them and their label Memphis Industries for letting US use it and one last thing we have done almost two decades of bullseye and the show that preceded it the sound of Jiang America. We had human giant on when human giant was new. Rob Bugles MTV sketch group. You can find that interview on our Bullseye page at maximum fork you can also find us on facebook twitter and Youtube. Just search for Bullseye. With Jesse Thorn keep up with the show there and I think that's about it. Just remember all great. Radio hosts have a signature signed on Bullseye. With Jesse Thorn is a production of maximum fund dot org and distributed by N._p._R...

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"rob huebel" Discussed on Bullseye with Jesse Thorn

Bullseye with Jesse Thorn

07:26 min | 2 years ago

"rob huebel" Discussed on Bullseye with Jesse Thorn

"Was like in this big burly guy who had a beard that would rival your beers. Jesse guy should have a beard fight. I don't know if people know Jesse's beard right now but it is it is aggressive No it's awesome but So this guy was like Oh yeah I was a Preemie preemies of twenty eight weeks from now I was like Oh really man. That's so cool. He's I Back when I was born my mom didn't and when I came home they put me in a shoebox and they would put me behind the stove to keep me warm and I was like for real like yeah like he grew up in Minnesota or somewhere in uh just like man like life can just fight. It's just amazing. Like how the human humans will will just fight. They are fighters you know. Do you feel like having gone through something like that has affected the way that you approach the rest of your life. Yeah yes and You know it sort of puts everything in perspective in whatever it is like. I feel like everybody's you you know they say everybody's going through something and so I just try to remember that now I just try to. I think I'm more aware of that. Maybe that like oh I went went through this. There are other people that are going through this right now. There are people right now at the hospital. That are in Nicu's all over the country that are going through this. Oh if I if anyone hears this or knows anyone that's that this might give them some encouragement like I love that. I have that thing now like like my wife and I have that thing. We have that thing that we can be. Maybe some little help or encouragement to somebody else. Because before I didn't have that like I was just a guy doing my thing and making comedy trying to you know be funny and movies and stuff but I didn't have like a thing that was like oh I can actually connect with view about a real life thing and I might be able to encourage you in some way so now like we have that you know and I think if you look at your your life like that or if you look at like those hard things how can I try to use that as a way to be helpful to the people behind me that are going through that also and I mean you know you have stuff like that to where whatever it is that that is in specific to your family or your kids or your marriage or your something that you went through at work you know whatever the everyone has or will go through something. That's like going to give you your thing that you can help the person behind you can throw a rope down to them like grab on because like I can. I can hopefully give you a little bit of hope. You Know Rob. I really love your show medical police which is ashore in which you play doctor who becomes the doctor policeman. Yeah I hadn't travels the world Dr Policing in the style of a television vision procedural show cop doctor Dr Cop we. I can't even remember. Yeah Medical Medical Medical Police. That's medical police and I don't want to I just going to play just to as a sort of flake eating a cracker when you're doing a Wine tasting or something something. Yeah in a play one more stupid clip from your stupid show that I love lease before we go you and your partner Dr Lola Spratt that have apprehended. Someone that that you thought was a terrorist and shot and killed Tim and then they figure out or the shot him. I think the shoot him in the arm. Yeah we have quite that. He's not dead he's hanging on and then you realize that there's this this whole other explanation for all the clues that you thought were for sure. The reason that he was definitely the guy date. This is why we may have really messed up on your has seen. Yeah it's kind of funny you do. We actually thought you were a terrorist. Because I'm listening. No no no no no if anything in spite of that fact no trust us. We have had precisely that conversation and we're also not suggesting that there is a simple one size fits all solution for these problems. This is the kind of dialogue. We should all be having Dan. That's exactly it's a it's a given given it's everybody for all of us. Didn't Hewlett High. Thank God listen so We shot him but we also saved his life so it Kinda evens out the doctors do you can shoot someone and then you just patch them up. Move on move on down the road. Rob Thank you for thank you for your candour are talking with me today. And thanks for this great show that It's high-spirited stupidity will Bring warmth and comfort to many lives. Thanks Jesse I I. I'm a big Fan and I love doing the show. Thanks for having me Rob Hubel medical police his so funny I cannot I cannot or not I cannot tell you how funny medical police is. It is full of laughs I can't wait for you to see it. It's streaming right now on net flicks. That's the end of another episode of Bullseye. Bullseye is produced at maximum fun dot Org World Headquarters Overlooking Macarthur Park Karen Beautiful Los Angeles California where there was a film shoot in the park not an uncommon occurrence. A lot of great movies have been shot in Macarthur Park. The subject of this one to guys wearing matching gray tracksuits both wearing bright red shoes with identically styled beards and men bonds and and later on they changed into leopard. Our show is produced. By speaking into microphones. Are Producers Kevin Ferguson. Hey seuss Ambrosio. Is our associate producer. We get help from Casey. O'Brien I just saw with a giant electric piano in the office. Are Production fellows are Jordan cowling and Melissa. Dwayne yes are interstitial. Music is is by Dan. Wally also known as DJ. W who knows maybe Casey's gunning for his job. Our theme song is by the go team. Our thanks to them and their label Memphis Industries for letting US use it and one last thing we have done almost two decades of bullseye and the show that preceded it the sound of Jiang America. We had human giant on when human giant was new. Rob Bugles MTV sketch group. You can find that interview on our Bullseye page at maximum fork you can also find us on facebook twitter and Youtube. Just search for Bullseye. With Jesse Thorn keep up with the show there and I think that's about it. Just remember all great. Radio hosts have a signature signed on Bullseye. With Jesse Thorn is a production of maximum fund dot org and distributed by N._p._R...

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"rob huebel" Discussed on Bullseye with Jesse Thorn

Bullseye with Jesse Thorn

11:54 min | 2 years ago

"rob huebel" Discussed on Bullseye with Jesse Thorn

"In the concert. Thanks for the invite. Tell her I'm all I think I. I mentioned I was going to interview you on twitter and several people brought that up. But that's something that will follow you to my to my grave that will follow me to my grave of and then there's a meme of me that will follow me to my grave also in which is from Children's Hospital which is me in a With a very very thick mustache Not as aggressive as yours but In a blue tuxedo throwing glitter and So that little GIF is is out on the Internet and that's a little moment from children's hospital but now that that gets sent around everywhere that gift for like birthdays and you know whatever so I'm like this meam team and I I do think that when I ultimately die like get hit by a bus crossing the street. They'll play that at the Emmy awards hopefully like Oh in Memoriam Korea. And they'll play like my little glittered clip. He was the poor man's rip Taylor again just ripping off ripped out. We'll finish up with rob Hubel after the break. Stay with us. It's both high for maximum dot org and NPR. We are you know how every year vow that this will be the year you start keeping up with the news more will that resolution just got easier the NPR politics podcast. Is there every day by five pm to keep you up to date on all the latest political news and explain what matters listen daily. Hey Gang Jesse here the founder of maximum fine with me is Stacy Mall Ski. Who is among other things? The lady who responds to all of your tweets a high everyone. I also send you newsletters so anyway. Something really awesome you Max. Listeners have given us the chance to do something really cool cool on behalf of our entire community and we wanted to tell you about last summer following the Max Fund drive. We put all of the Enamel on sale to ten dollar. Not members with proceeds going into the National Casa G. A. L. Association for Children. Your generous support and enthusiasm raised over a hundred thousand dollars are bookkeeper. Keeper staff would be quick to tell me the exact total is one hundred nine thousand and twenty five dollars to be exact. Your money will go toward pairing kids who've experienced abuse or neglect with court appointed advocates or Guardian ad-litem volunteers. In other words kids in tough spots will have somebody in their corner knowledgeable grownups who are on their team through court dates and life upheavals and confusing situations. Whatever the money we raised together is going to help a lot of kids whether you bought pins the answer not you can help us build on that one hundred and nine thousand dollar foundation make a donation to support? National Casa G. A. L. and help some of our nation's most vulnerable children at maximum fund dot org slash C A s that's maximum fund dot Org Slash Casa. And seriously. Thank you our community rules. Welcome back to bulls eye. I'm Jesse Thorn. My guest is Rob Hubel. He's an actor who performed on transparent and human giant on the League and more. He's The star of the new show. Medical police a spin off of the hit adult adult swim. Show Children's hospital. It's a spoof about doctors who carry guns and travel the world fighting disease and crime. It's streaming now on Netflix. You became a father a few years ago. Yeah and your daughter was born Very prematurely yes. What were the circumstances? ooh Jesse we took a hard turn buddy and we were talking full full on comedy. I now know I can do this. I've talked about this before. The good news is is. My daughter is super healthy and she's a maniac but she's super healthy it. She's three and she's like is tall and strong in lean and she's driving us crazy right now but yes. She was born at twenty ninety six weeks. And so you know a full term baby is I believe forty weeks and So this baby came however many weeks that is early you know and so became became fort fourteen weeks early. She was under two pounds when she was born and she was just a tiny town. I mean she was you. You know a basically a baby bird you know like just the smallest little thing and We don't know exactly why it happened. I mean they tried to kind of go. Go back and figure it out later. But there's not that much that they can tell all the time and so my wife basically just started having contractions. We were like furniture shopping over. We're luckily we were near the hospital. And and all of a sudden my wife was like Something's wrong and like I was like what's wrong. And she's like I think we when you've got the hospital and so we just sped over the hospital and they took her up initially they. We thought like Oh okay they can just slow down. These contractions and everything that you don't know what's happening and it's the most terrifying thing because you don't have any clue you know. So we thought well they'll keep her for a few days as and they'll slow down. These contractions whatever so that turned into a week which turned into ten days and then finally they just couldn't slow down the contractions anymore and so it became the sort of thing. We think. You're going to have the baby tomorrow and we're like wait. What like what are you even talking about? You know a baby born at twenty six weeks. That's pretty it close to like the cutoff point of viability of whatever that is survivability so this baby came three months early and then we stayed in the nick you Over there for a hundred and seventeen days. Now I've Kinda like put it in a box in my mind so I don't really open that box that much unless I'm on a podcast like I know you know we we at the time we were so freaked out by it. The kind of all we could do. I didn't know anyone else that had gone through that experience and So at the time all we would do is look through instagram for hashtags. That matched touched our daughter. So We'd like search twenty six weaker or preemies or Hashtag. Nick you or anything like that. And we'd find someone that was in the same situation that we were and then and we would just like scroll through their instagram and looked to see how it panned out for them and so sometimes it worked out. Sometimes they had you know Oh really complicated situations you know so. We just didn't know what was going to happen. And ours was like two steps forward one step back but you know we finally got her home after one hundred seventeen days and she was on oxygen for like six months at home. But you know now. She's doing great. I always try to be as public about it as I can Dan because when It's like anything like whatever you're going through someone else has already gone through it and someone else is coming up behind behind you so You know when people reach out to me on like instagram or twitter. Whatever I try to be as is open about it as I can Dan because it was so scary for us and all you all you are looking for is like someone to tell you that things are going to be okay? A family member of mine had two very premature children that the first around the time in her pregnancy. That your your wife had your baby and Because she my my family member was pre ECLAMPSIA and in fact nearly died in the process of of having the baby. And the baby's are the kids are doing great now. Yeah and then you know with the second child because of her Pre ECLAMPSIA and the first they they had the baby on purpose early to keep my family members safe and one of the milestones that I remember from those was girls growing up in their both. Like Preschool Age. Now was the point at which there was no longer her two ages being capped. Yeah an age from the day they were born and an age from the day that there they were scheduled to be born. Yeah Yeah it's real like My daughter was supposed to be born on December. The Twenty eight th. But she was born on September the twenty eight and so they're you know that adjustment that adjusted age you have to factor that in for the first like few years because people are dealing with them as though they are one age but they're they're really this other age you know and then eventually that line becomes blurry and blurry thankfully and And then it just kind of melts away and then you're like. Oh they're now they're just this age but yeah that is something I remember so vividly of just like having to explain that to everybody. You know while she's this age but she's actually this issue now now just to doctors and therapists and stuff like that that you're dealing with but Yeah I mean the human body is bananas. That's an understatement. But like it's just crazy to wash like I picked. I picked her up from preschool. Today she ran over me and she's like laughing and talking talking about some bug that they were all laughing outside or something stupid bugs and And it's just like it's just weird. Sometimes I just look at it and I'm like because I know has she started and it's just it it blows my mind into like into oblivion to think about it like that you can go from something that is so tiny and fragile and like just barely hanging onto life to just like keep going keep going keep going like and then you just keep going and going and then you become this full on person with like opinions unions. And now she's like making jokes about stuff you know and like cracking us up like when she goes to bed at night. My wife and I are like so tired and like poor giant glass of wine. Sit on the couch but like my wife will say like all the time my wife will say like. It's weird appeared that she's hours like it's so weird. I think sometimes when I see a picture of my family members kids you know on facebook. We live in a different coast than I do. So I don't get to see them in person that much but I think Lasik if something that that my family member told me is you. You know if this kid had been born when I was born is born in Nineteen ninety-one it's not like I was born a thousand years Jayco but if this kid had been born the year that I was born I wouldn't get to look at a yeah healthy healthy for your old. Yeah the obviously I mean. Medicine is just You know expanding in doing all of this awesome awesome things like at such an exponential rate but like. Yeah we had I remember. I remember when we brought our daughter home. We were having we're done on our house and The contractor.

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"rob huebel" Discussed on Bullseye with Jesse Thorn

Bullseye with Jesse Thorn

11:54 min | 2 years ago

"rob huebel" Discussed on Bullseye with Jesse Thorn

"In the concert. Thanks for the invite. Tell her I'm all I think I. I mentioned I was going to interview you on twitter and several people brought that up. But that's something that will follow you to my to my grave that will follow me to my grave of and then there's a meme of me that will follow me to my grave also in which is from Children's Hospital which is me in a With a very very thick mustache Not as aggressive as yours but In a blue tuxedo throwing glitter and So that little GIF is is out on the Internet and that's a little moment from children's hospital but now that that gets sent around everywhere that gift for like birthdays and you know whatever so I'm like this meam team and I I do think that when I ultimately die like get hit by a bus crossing the street. They'll play that at the Emmy awards hopefully like Oh in Memoriam Korea. And they'll play like my little glittered clip. He was the poor man's rip Taylor again just ripping off ripped out. We'll finish up with rob Hubel after the break. Stay with us. It's both high for maximum dot org and NPR. We are you know how every year vow that this will be the year you start keeping up with the news more will that resolution just got easier the NPR politics podcast. Is there every day by five pm to keep you up to date on all the latest political news and explain what matters listen daily. Hey Gang Jesse here the founder of maximum fine with me is Stacy Mall Ski. Who is among other things? The lady who responds to all of your tweets a high everyone. I also send you newsletters so anyway. Something really awesome you Max. Listeners have given us the chance to do something really cool cool on behalf of our entire community and we wanted to tell you about last summer following the Max Fund drive. We put all of the Enamel on sale to ten dollar. Not members with proceeds going into the National Casa G. A. L. Association for Children. Your generous support and enthusiasm raised over a hundred thousand dollars are bookkeeper. Keeper staff would be quick to tell me the exact total is one hundred nine thousand and twenty five dollars to be exact. Your money will go toward pairing kids who've experienced abuse or neglect with court appointed advocates or Guardian ad-litem volunteers. In other words kids in tough spots will have somebody in their corner knowledgeable grownups who are on their team through court dates and life upheavals and confusing situations. Whatever the money we raised together is going to help a lot of kids whether you bought pins the answer not you can help us build on that one hundred and nine thousand dollar foundation make a donation to support? National Casa G. A. L. and help some of our nation's most vulnerable children at maximum fund dot org slash C A s that's maximum fund dot Org Slash Casa. And seriously. Thank you our community rules. Welcome back to bulls eye. I'm Jesse Thorn. My guest is Rob Hubel. He's an actor who performed on transparent and human giant on the League and more. He's The star of the new show. Medical police a spin off of the hit adult adult swim. Show Children's hospital. It's a spoof about doctors who carry guns and travel the world fighting disease and crime. It's streaming now on Netflix. You became a father a few years ago. Yeah and your daughter was born Very prematurely yes. What were the circumstances? ooh Jesse we took a hard turn buddy and we were talking full full on comedy. I now know I can do this. I've talked about this before. The good news is is. My daughter is super healthy and she's a maniac but she's super healthy it. She's three and she's like is tall and strong in lean and she's driving us crazy right now but yes. She was born at twenty ninety six weeks. And so you know a full term baby is I believe forty weeks and So this baby came however many weeks that is early you know and so became became fort fourteen weeks early. She was under two pounds when she was born and she was just a tiny town. I mean she was you. You know a basically a baby bird you know like just the smallest little thing and We don't know exactly why it happened. I mean they tried to kind of go. Go back and figure it out later. But there's not that much that they can tell all the time and so my wife basically just started having contractions. We were like furniture shopping over. We're luckily we were near the hospital. And and all of a sudden my wife was like Something's wrong and like I was like what's wrong. And she's like I think we when you've got the hospital and so we just sped over the hospital and they took her up initially they. We thought like Oh okay they can just slow down. These contractions and everything that you don't know what's happening and it's the most terrifying thing because you don't have any clue you know. So we thought well they'll keep her for a few days as and they'll slow down. These contractions whatever so that turned into a week which turned into ten days and then finally they just couldn't slow down the contractions anymore and so it became the sort of thing. We think. You're going to have the baby tomorrow and we're like wait. What like what are you even talking about? You know a baby born at twenty six weeks. That's pretty it close to like the cutoff point of viability of whatever that is survivability so this baby came three months early and then we stayed in the nick you Over there for a hundred and seventeen days. Now I've Kinda like put it in a box in my mind so I don't really open that box that much unless I'm on a podcast like I know you know we we at the time we were so freaked out by it. The kind of all we could do. I didn't know anyone else that had gone through that experience and So at the time all we would do is look through instagram for hashtags. That matched touched our daughter. So We'd like search twenty six weaker or preemies or Hashtag. Nick you or anything like that. And we'd find someone that was in the same situation that we were and then and we would just like scroll through their instagram and looked to see how it panned out for them and so sometimes it worked out. Sometimes they had you know Oh really complicated situations you know so. We just didn't know what was going to happen. And ours was like two steps forward one step back but you know we finally got her home after one hundred seventeen days and she was on oxygen for like six months at home. But you know now. She's doing great. I always try to be as public about it as I can Dan because when It's like anything like whatever you're going through someone else has already gone through it and someone else is coming up behind behind you so You know when people reach out to me on like instagram or twitter. Whatever I try to be as is open about it as I can Dan because it was so scary for us and all you all you are looking for is like someone to tell you that things are going to be okay? A family member of mine had two very premature children that the first around the time in her pregnancy. That your your wife had your baby and Because she my my family member was pre ECLAMPSIA and in fact nearly died in the process of of having the baby. And the baby's are the kids are doing great now. Yeah and then you know with the second child because of her Pre ECLAMPSIA and the first they they had the baby on purpose early to keep my family members safe and one of the milestones that I remember from those was girls growing up in their both. Like Preschool Age. Now was the point at which there was no longer her two ages being capped. Yeah an age from the day they were born and an age from the day that there they were scheduled to be born. Yeah Yeah it's real like My daughter was supposed to be born on December. The Twenty eight th. But she was born on September the twenty eight and so they're you know that adjustment that adjusted age you have to factor that in for the first like few years because people are dealing with them as though they are one age but they're they're really this other age you know and then eventually that line becomes blurry and blurry thankfully and And then it just kind of melts away and then you're like. Oh they're now they're just this age but yeah that is something I remember so vividly of just like having to explain that to everybody. You know while she's this age but she's actually this issue now now just to doctors and therapists and stuff like that that you're dealing with but Yeah I mean the human body is bananas. That's an understatement. But like it's just crazy to wash like I picked. I picked her up from preschool. Today she ran over me and she's like laughing and talking talking about some bug that they were all laughing outside or something stupid bugs and And it's just like it's just weird. Sometimes I just look at it and I'm like because I know has she started and it's just it it blows my mind into like into oblivion to think about it like that you can go from something that is so tiny and fragile and like just barely hanging onto life to just like keep going keep going keep going like and then you just keep going and going and then you become this full on person with like opinions unions. And now she's like making jokes about stuff you know and like cracking us up like when she goes to bed at night. My wife and I are like so tired and like poor giant glass of wine. Sit on the couch but like my wife will say like all the time my wife will say like. It's weird appeared that she's hours like it's so weird. I think sometimes when I see a picture of my family members kids you know on facebook. We live in a different coast than I do. So I don't get to see them in person that much but I think Lasik if something that that my family member told me is you. You know if this kid had been born when I was born is born in Nineteen ninety-one it's not like I was born a thousand years Jayco but if this kid had been born the year that I was born I wouldn't get to look at a yeah healthy healthy for your old. Yeah the obviously I mean. Medicine is just You know expanding in doing all of this awesome awesome things like at such an exponential rate but like. Yeah we had I remember. I remember when we brought our daughter home. We were having we're done on our house and The contractor.

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"rob huebel" Discussed on Bullseye with Jesse Thorn

Bullseye with Jesse Thorn

05:23 min | 2 years ago

"rob huebel" Discussed on Bullseye with Jesse Thorn

"People and and again like I think just with my brothers growing up horsing around the kitchen table. It's just you sort of develop your sort of little toolbox of what you're what you're funny with and what kind of what kind of guy you can do you know and I was sort of good at doing the jerk guy. You know. Just the oblivious guy. He's like cocky total idiot though you know but he thinks he's like super awesome so yeah I just think these guys are 'cause I'm because I don't think I am like that but when I see people like that out in the World Com on look at your south you are such an idiot and then so I just try to remember what that that guy was like sort of channel that person you know I heard that you and Kids from your neighborhood would knock off Saturday night. Live sketches for parents. My Gosh Yeah. I don't know who does your research. That's awesome yeah we would do. There was a girl in our neighborhood who lived down the street from us and we were They had kids all that matched our ages. And so we would play with these kids. A lot and their older sister would tape Saturday night. Live and then transcribe transcribe it and then we would put it on like the next day or something Butler like an a couple of days later so we would basically just do verbatim. SNL sketches which by the way the writers guild should come to my house and arrest me for doing that but Yeah we would just do that. You Know I. I'm sure I was like eight years old ten years old and we would just do that in our friends basement for our parents or whatever and our parents were probably like. Where are they getting this stuff? These kids are geniuses the cone heads what what cheeseburger cheeseburger like where these routines that they're coming these characters you know. We're we're just totally ripping off like not even parodying like just verb reading back the sketches from the previous night. What's amazing about it to me is that you are part of a cohort of performers who all became professionals many very very successful professionals? And you did it by pursuing the one comic art that absolutely we cannot be a career. So improvisation yes correct. There are like there's there's like you're not gonNA make money eight people at the the second city in Chicago. Yeah Who Do half Improv? There's a few people on our second city cruise ship somewhere. They make money. There's some people at a thing called Boom Chicago Kogo in Amsterdam Amsterdam's Yep and that's the full complement of professional full-time professional improvisers money. Everybody else the The hundreds two thousand other young people improper not getting paid. It's not a lucrative A hobby at all your ear. You'RE NOT GONNA make money but I mean the thing that it does give you. Is you learn to write your because you're essentially writing on your feet. You're making stuff up with someone else else as your as the audience is watching. And so it's it's basically writing in so that sort of muscle For me has has paid off. If in other ways you know like now I feel like I can. I can sort of write comedy better. Come up with a lot of times like when I got hired on a show or a a movie or something. I'm like I think why got cast is to hopefully improvised so usually the director come into a rob hugh they want. They want to Rob Hubel type to come into a rob Hubel thing I hope so. Oh God I hope so but yeah so. I assume that like they're going to kind of let me do my thing a little bit and let let me kind of improvise in sort of try to beat the jokes that they already have. You know. So I'll I'll do all the stuff that scripted for sure. Let's get that and then hopefully flee they'll let me do you know run of my own ideas also but yeah so so. I think it's hopefully paid off in other ways and I kinda got very lucky in back back in New York Doing commercials like 'cause I was doing all that Improv stuff in sketch comedy in for free as you mentioned and then somewhere in there I took a commercial mersal acting class with like Jason. Man's Zukas and Jessica Saint Clair and like Lennon Parham. We're all the same Brian Eski. So we're on the same commercial Marshall Class together and then from that I got I started getting commercials and so then I was. I was able to like Kinda quit my little day jobs. CBS You know and just make sweet sweet commercial bread. I'm talking about the Olive Garden Bro. I'm T- I guess we can't name people on this show because you can name. I'm talking talking about McDonald's the Olive Garden Fedex Kinko's what other corporations did I plug. You're inconsiderate I was that was my that was one of the first commercials I did. I was and that was for. I don't think this company is running more. There was company a cell phone company called singular and they had a commercial used to play before movies across the country and it was just a reminder to turn your cell phone off and it was just me being a jerk on my cell phone got inconsiderate cellphone man and so it's just a montage of this guy in terrible situations being a jerk on his cellphone..

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"rob huebel" Discussed on Bullseye with Jesse Thorn

Bullseye with Jesse Thorn

05:23 min | 2 years ago

"rob huebel" Discussed on Bullseye with Jesse Thorn

"People and and again like I think just with my brothers growing up horsing around the kitchen table. It's just you sort of develop your sort of little toolbox of what you're what you're funny with and what kind of what kind of guy you can do you know and I was sort of good at doing the jerk guy. You know. Just the oblivious guy. He's like cocky total idiot though you know but he thinks he's like super awesome so yeah I just think these guys are 'cause I'm because I don't think I am like that but when I see people like that out in the World Com on look at your south you are such an idiot and then so I just try to remember what that that guy was like sort of channel that person you know I heard that you and Kids from your neighborhood would knock off Saturday night. Live sketches for parents. My Gosh Yeah. I don't know who does your research. That's awesome yeah we would do. There was a girl in our neighborhood who lived down the street from us and we were They had kids all that matched our ages. And so we would play with these kids. A lot and their older sister would tape Saturday night. Live and then transcribe transcribe it and then we would put it on like the next day or something Butler like an a couple of days later so we would basically just do verbatim. SNL sketches which by the way the writers guild should come to my house and arrest me for doing that but Yeah we would just do that. You Know I. I'm sure I was like eight years old ten years old and we would just do that in our friends basement for our parents or whatever and our parents were probably like. Where are they getting this stuff? These kids are geniuses the cone heads what what cheeseburger cheeseburger like where these routines that they're coming these characters you know. We're we're just totally ripping off like not even parodying like just verb reading back the sketches from the previous night. What's amazing about it to me is that you are part of a cohort of performers who all became professionals many very very successful professionals? And you did it by pursuing the one comic art that absolutely we cannot be a career. So improvisation yes correct. There are like there's there's like you're not gonNA make money eight people at the the second city in Chicago. Yeah Who Do half Improv? There's a few people on our second city cruise ship somewhere. They make money. There's some people at a thing called Boom Chicago Kogo in Amsterdam Amsterdam's Yep and that's the full complement of professional full-time professional improvisers money. Everybody else the The hundreds two thousand other young people improper not getting paid. It's not a lucrative A hobby at all your ear. You'RE NOT GONNA make money but I mean the thing that it does give you. Is you learn to write your because you're essentially writing on your feet. You're making stuff up with someone else else as your as the audience is watching. And so it's it's basically writing in so that sort of muscle For me has has paid off. If in other ways you know like now I feel like I can. I can sort of write comedy better. Come up with a lot of times like when I got hired on a show or a a movie or something. I'm like I think why got cast is to hopefully improvised so usually the director come into a rob hugh they want. They want to Rob Hubel type to come into a rob Hubel thing I hope so. Oh God I hope so but yeah so. I assume that like they're going to kind of let me do my thing a little bit and let let me kind of improvise in sort of try to beat the jokes that they already have. You know. So I'll I'll do all the stuff that scripted for sure. Let's get that and then hopefully flee they'll let me do you know run of my own ideas also but yeah so so. I think it's hopefully paid off in other ways and I kinda got very lucky in back back in New York Doing commercials like 'cause I was doing all that Improv stuff in sketch comedy in for free as you mentioned and then somewhere in there I took a commercial mersal acting class with like Jason. Man's Zukas and Jessica Saint Clair and like Lennon Parham. We're all the same Brian Eski. So we're on the same commercial Marshall Class together and then from that I got I started getting commercials and so then I was. I was able to like Kinda quit my little day jobs. CBS You know and just make sweet sweet commercial bread. I'm talking about the Olive Garden Bro. I'm T- I guess we can't name people on this show because you can name. I'm talking talking about McDonald's the Olive Garden Fedex Kinko's what other corporations did I plug. You're inconsiderate I was that was my that was one of the first commercials I did. I was and that was for. I don't think this company is running more. There was company a cell phone company called singular and they had a commercial used to play before movies across the country and it was just a reminder to turn your cell phone off and it was just me being a jerk on my cell phone got inconsiderate cellphone man and so it's just a montage of this guy in terrible situations being a jerk on his cellphone..

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