17 Burst results for "Rob Mcelhinney"

"rob mcelhenney" Discussed on SmartLess

SmartLess

01:49 min | 4 months ago

"rob mcelhenney" Discussed on SmartLess

"Written by me was written by that work through it again up on me. I know it was a little sneaky. You could a friend up. Better go ahead. We're still rolling and take it wasn't written. But i'm gonna say you gotta yeah exactly it wasn't written by me was written. Follow chanu trying a. We're really offer game today. We'll rob really knocked us out. I mean the guy is just hit us with the charm and the teeth and the hydrated skin. I think that all his success really comes from you could almost say say by a product. No i think. Here's what i think this is. The clumsy is landing. We've ever had keep going. I don't have it. I don't have it i don't have it you know. What can we just get back to know. You know what i wanna do. Her comes here because this simple old school like we did in the old days which is just i how about to start with guys. I really enjoyed my time with you today. I hope you have a great restless sunday. Okay and Listen just a just just a sincere.

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"rob mcelhenney" Discussed on SmartLess

SmartLess

07:36 min | 4 months ago

"rob mcelhenney" Discussed on SmartLess

"When no about ryan so you're going to get in there. He's a monster. He's an ego maniac monster so he's going to be in the avid and he's all hopped up on gen to like you can stop him. He'll he'll fight you. He gets all on. Jin hopped up on jimmy's looking for a reception on his mobile network that he owns. Yeah i mean this guy. He's got his hands in everything you know. God he's handsome. He's aging gracefully as me. Who so handsome funny. Yeah so fucking nice you gotta you gotta beat skin department for insincere idea today. Can't thanks rob. thank you so much. Here we've learned so much about you. Look at the teeth to pick a white those damn it. I don't drink coffee jason. I think that's what well yes. Look i you guys have learned so much about me. I have learned nothing about you. Because i know so much about you. All you get one question one question you know. We'll likes to eat. Well i'll say. I am fascinated with with jason well. I don't know how i want to get hold. Everybody at arm's length rolling out ruin out. Well there's obviously there's obviously arm earth's been built up which is the source of his entire persona candy show but i know everything about his family life just because i ask them questions that i'm interested in it and i think maybe at some point you guys maybe not now that's not appropriate but you could do a deep dive into jason's childhood into his relationship with his various family members parents because it is it is. It is various family fascinating. People have multiple families. We don't have enough tissue for that episode. No rob. I've got that was fascinated to learn about your mother's I actually do. I wanna follow up on all that when we get back out on the course that is the one good thing. One of the many good things of applying off. You can have a nice four our conversation with a buddy same thing with going to a dodger game. You know i like that. Lets the dog or this only time. I talked with friends. It's on this one hour or at the dodger game or on the golf course if noticed that you were jason lex about all those things. He likes to be able to not have to look at you while he talks and then he does the only way he'd be into there's an activity involved in a way it can be an intimate as if he's looking at you which is why he and amanda well anyway. It doesn't matter. Let's just say they can. Both the girls really are a miracle and there really is a miracle. Rob thank you so much for coming out man Fucking the best the best. You're the best show a massive fan of all of you guys individually in a massive fan of the podcast as apparently most of america. So thank you for mega mega talent. And we're gonna do this truly and give your love to your mom's for me and And your whole family. We'll do thank you. give my love your love. I love them. You go and give your family with his love. I will probably love you. I love. I love you guys i know what a great guy i that great guy. Can you introduce me to him. And when he when he emailed me. I'm like i said at the beginning. I didn't know him. And now after talking to 'em you go. Oh this is the this is one of those guys those personalities that you could hang out with them all day long and create road created two super successful shows like doing one is a huge feat. He's done it again. And i'm sure he'll do it again. He's just one of those guys. He so talented. And i love that. He just picked up. The jason said on a on an off. Wednesday went to the camera and just started filming the thing like that. I love that kind of advice to younger folks who are trying to like. Why don't we do. How do i become an actor. How do i get into the business. Just pick up a camera and go start shooting stuff. And he did it the His his kindness is Infectious i do. I do love hanging out with love. And he's great. You know the thing. Rob is one of those guys. I enjoy him. More and more than more time i spend with them the more i enjoy him the more i like him. Dear implying you didn't really like much of the beginning. no. I'm saying that. I didn't really know my i didn't know. And then i liked him immediately like increasingly. It's just sort of yeah. I don't know he's a he's a magnet. Yeah i'm i feel. I feel like i would really enjoy. It's always sunny. It you know because i love him and i love charlie hall cast you know so i should just start watching you. Do you like to deprive yourself of certain things to do. I feel like it was allowing many things. I haven't i don't know where to start. I mean we'll talk about in the upper. Never seen er ever seen west wing ever seen dallas or your favorite show. Falcon crest will one single of elderly galactica like gun smoke. I never saw so sixties. But come on i have been you know. I'd never seen soap. You know one of the very good show. You know so a lot of movies tons of movies. I haven't seen exactly you know what i'm never know. What is jason you go first. What's your favorite movie of all time. Currently just one just one two thousand one really really dry enough low and try enough. I mean well well. What i'm asking you i asked you i me. I'm i'm of course if what's yours. Go there Mine is Has been for long time with nail That's right that's right it's robinson But i i didn't know rob until favorite band of all time. Okay led zeppelin. Probably because i'm super gay eraser. Hang on a second hang hang hang. On or depeche mode you're gonna leave brodsky either and to hang on. Wait a second. Your asia erasure. That's at the end of a pencil. Listen listen what did they try to discover a little something to name. Never heard of bad my favorite Maybe of all time might be the smiths. Okay this same. That's my favorite one parent. You know my daughter my fourteen dollars really into the smiths and I said i made a a suggestion of eight like sort of sounding band. Tell me if i was wrong here. Belle and sebastian. You ever heard of them. Oh yeah i made a little mix tape of that The other day or Playlist i think is i don't know them. I gotta check their grade. They're so good to the playlist. Stuart murdoch i who's lead singer of beleza bass in and i had a great Dialogue a few years ago. Because i got him to give us a song for flaked and i got to know a lot of bands through putting the together for this. You know they say that flaked One of the best or probably the best soundtrack in all television has stress according to enemy liked the show. That welded on netflix. That's according to an magazine. I don't know that's not. I didn't say they did They said potentially the best soundtrack of In tv history again you know and and It wasn't.

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"rob mcelhenney" Discussed on Inside of You with Michael Rosenbaum

Inside of You with Michael Rosenbaum

03:39 min | 3 years ago

"rob mcelhenney" Discussed on Inside of You with Michael Rosenbaum

"Of a sudden the problem with animosity making comedy is that if you're not having fun that's gonna show so one of the one of the best compliments that we get all the time about sonny's that oh it looks like you guys are having so much fun and the truth is we are having so much fun but if you create an environment in which that becomes difficult that reads i think sometimes that what happened there probably makes you major little tighter without a doubt sometimes you need a little explosion it'd just be like all right we love each other and now it gets better without after all those years man well something glenn always says to me too because he grew up in the south where it was a little bit more passive aggressive and where i grew up it was much more aggressive so you know i think what he appreciates is a more a i don't wanna say aggressive but more confrontational relationship because you just get it out and that's what we do you wrote a tweet february twenty i think it's pretty indicative of well tonight is my weekly reminder that i am the luckiest man on earth share with me the joy that is caitlin olsen mic she deserves it september fourteenth two thousand sixteen just overheard a gal sale my god brad pitt used to be hot and now i wanna kill myself that was true i heard that and even odder even even more strange i took a lot of shit from people for using the word gal and i wasn't even a w this this made me feel even older than hearing brad pitt i wasn't even aware that that was an appropriate on believes he us fuck i wasn't even going to fight about it maybe i am like a dinosaur in my misogynist dinosaur well i don't know maybe how old are you forty and forty five while you're old aren't you glad that i didn't bring up that you gained weight for particular season why because probably everybody asks you that yeah people ask about it aren't you know that i just didn't we just did well it's the end of the interview you me to talk about it now i just i just i just i know you gained a lot of wait for it and i'm just glad that i just wanted to be unique i didn't wanna bring it up so i didn't really because it's the end of the interview on that asking about it all right if you start talking about i can't stop you wanna breeze past it i i gained sixty pounds it's unhealthy you ate everything yeah when i say everything how many times are week did jeb mcdonald's fast food quite a bit we're going to bore you repugnant to the i naked yeah although i think caitlin caitlin has had told me that she she she didn't mind it you know why because now she was fucking somebody else i think that had said it was still you it was fat you as a fat guy she was fucking sexy thin rob and now she was fucking fat repugnant i had like i had a big butt and i think she liked that really bad it was just like like i don't have but did you feel like like you can get dirtier with her because you're fat and gross i will say that it did feel like i was a different i was like a different person really i loved it did your doctor say you have to stop this so my cholesterol was fine my blood sugar was fine my liver took a bit of a hit but then once i once i got back down to fight weight i was alright i was yeah it was cool though it was just an interesting challenge i really enjoyed being inside of you today rob it felt natural i would say i feel like you eased in and then once you were inside that's when you went to town just wiggled around yeah just kind of got lost in there for a minute will thank you this has been a real treat it has thank you very much will you come back i don't know maybe i'll come back in another ten years not ten years the last time i was here think it was ten years ago well you honestly you've worked your ass off and you've you've faced failure faced adversity you didn't quit thank you thanks

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"rob mcelhenney" Discussed on Inside of You with Michael Rosenbaum

Inside of You with Michael Rosenbaum

04:08 min | 3 years ago

"rob mcelhenney" Discussed on Inside of You with Michael Rosenbaum

"That and you wind up meeting really fascinating interesting people do you ever take some time just say i'm proud of all your accomplishments do you ever think hey you know is this kid parents split up thankfully they were good people i went to this cool school i have good family somehow throw these failures you look at your life and you say hey man i'm happy i make sure that when you know something like that someone makes me aware of that that i take stock in that i don't take any of this for granted no i don't take any of it for granted and mostly it's because i had so much failure leading up to it and again when i talk about those four years of my high school one of the things that they were adamant about teaching was failure dealing with adversity recognizing that you will fail more often than you will succeed and what do you do with that once it happens and then i had a good ten year period where that did happen and now i've had a ten year period where it hasn't happened at least with regards to the show but nothing's guaranteed this is going to end at some point and then what happens after that you know i think a lot of people get caught in this trap that they think well i did that thing so this other things going to be successful but he look around at there's very very few people who've had incredibly talented people who've had one you know one hit one hit wonders i personally for a long time was a guy you know i'm like slew flair and i you know i was you know and i know i can do so many other things i know i love comedy and i know i'm gonna do all these things but i also i was just talking to tom welling our mutual friend who's my you know my cohort i said if this was it i still was likes luther for seven years i i could deal with that i would just do my own shit and you know hopefully if i didn't need to make a lot of money if i had to get a job if i had to i think as i get older i just i'm like hey happiness is about not what other people think or your accolades or your compliment it's it's really how you feel inside and it's like what you're doing and the person you are so i love work but i also am envious i think it's pretty amazing that you got to do a show that you've created that you every day you right and you are a part of and you enjoy going to work matter how hard it is and the adversity it's it's your thing you could walk away whenever you want really yeah there's there's something awesome about that i i take stock in that as often as i can that i i'm i'm incredibly grateful for for for where we our what's next by the way i'm working on lots of stuff lots of stuff i'm minecraft crowds have some directing minecraft big big studio movie of this that's huge yeah what's the budget on the can you let a lot is it one hundred million it's probably going to be north of that is it intimidating or if you don't you know yeah but of course to a certain extent but it's just like if i were to step into it tomorrow you know i look just like anything else it's just prep prep just prep around you it's fascinating when you talk to so many executives producers actors directors how often people are not prepared when they step onto the set of one hundred thirty fifty million dollar movie it's crazy yeah and i think people just get complacent i think i think it's the kind of thing that to me is a wild step right to go and do something like that but i think once you've done maybe two or three or four of them maybe it just becomes wrote to you and i i don't know and and it's just not that big of a deal and so you just don't take it seriously or you're so incredibly talented that you don't need it you don't need it and i'm not that person i i i will be i will be the most prepared person that's sound advice and i think that's you know a james gunn good friend of mine he directed gardens the galaxy one too he's doing three and he says i like every moment is just boarded.

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"rob mcelhenney" Discussed on Inside of You with Michael Rosenbaum

Inside of You with Michael Rosenbaum

03:04 min | 3 years ago

"rob mcelhenney" Discussed on Inside of You with Michael Rosenbaum

"Like an old school faulk in the nfc trailer yeah we were actually just talking about that this year because we used to retire to the trailer you know not often but because because i'm also producing the show and i need to you know create at least the illusion of professionalism we would still retire to the trailer every once in a while and we haven't we haven't done that a little while are you still do you still look at her sometimes go love that woman yes you're absolutely head over heels like two two or three nights ago i was laying in bed and i looked across looked across the room and i could see her and she was like like just getting ready for bed and then i had that exact thoughts like i love you fucking love well i was like so attracted to her and i thought wow like and that was also an obviously you know your together with anybody for we've been together for eleven ten ten and a half eleven years you know those things kind of fade and come back and is your erection get get it back happens yeah yeah a little pill and then you're for anybody to say oh yeah i stay hard every time with the same woman or the or she's loving it the same way that you you know that's had ever taken one of those certainly apps sir my dear lord i've taken a seattle one time i was going to expel isn't seattle's a could be i took like ten milligrams cialis once in my dick fuck in i use it as a hammer to nelson yes it's it's it's a horrible feeling i felt like everything was engorged my fingers my head face angling face as on goals actually mcelhinney leo gray yep we were just talking about we wanted to cap it wasn't named after leo no no and actually wasn't me and after the rose know where whose name axel foley dan dant enter downtown down there that that's it no not really not really my wife swedish and it's actually a fairly common name and sweet act come over ya on some pinch oh right that was bronson pinchot from beverly hills cop what you were doing i didn't aqua oh yeah the guy in the store yeah that's his name i remember from perfect ache i remember that and leo just cool names thank you boys names are kind of tough the are i'm thinking charlie for me charlie eight one of my best friends charley yeah i know him you you've been on lost i was online leslie one of my favorite shows people dog it for the last episode the finale i love to love seeing you and then i was like i've had a lot of because of the law straighter was a big fan of sun yes damon yet and and the two writers at ain't adam i i had i've i've i've been really lucky i mean one of the greatest things about having a successful television show is your access and opportunity to really cool things even outside of the entertainment industry you find that people have been watching this show for a decade and they started off young and now they're old and they used to be the somebody's assistant and other running companies are running agencies are you know in the scientific community or up in silicon valley or investment bankers or something like.

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"rob mcelhenney" Discussed on Inside of You with Michael Rosenbaum

Inside of You with Michael Rosenbaum

03:46 min | 3 years ago

"rob mcelhenney" Discussed on Inside of You with Michael Rosenbaum

"Was the last thing on earth you were thinking of and i wasn't dax here dactually here so i met dax through caitlyn and caitlyn dax used to date like many years ago so i thought maybe there was something between caitlyn and dax maybe rekindling or something like that and i was like great who gives a shit but it turns out that was not the case and that night later that night at night later that did not make out we didn't but i could tell is fucked she put she made a pass at me it was more about the language he was using but you like me to fuck you something along those lines and nailed it and i didn't see it coming at all and what did you think when you left her that isn't bad bad idea a bad idea when did it become a good idea how long after yellow a little while i mean not that long after not that long did you start looking at her unsettling differently like sure yeah she's the best she's the greatest she's so cute she's the funniest woman on us so i was going to quote at usa you think she's the funniest one and she is she's absolutely hilarious but not only that but just a genuinely good person yeah like just easy to be around just remember that i went to ferguson jay ferguson our mutual friend is barbecue and you were there with the kids and how long have you we have to talk about that actually because we haven't really discussed that so i don't know if your listeners know this but you were a part of one of the most infamous crews and the history of hollywood i was you were a part of that leo dicaprio tobey maguire i was now you were like a tangential part of general good word but you were a part of it i was i j and i were friends did a pilot together that he was like hey care if my friend leo comes over the house so they came over my house and he'll slip where you were we played bond on the intendo and i was like well you know to capri are hanging out and then leo it'd be like hey come to my beach party and it'd be just like ten of us hanging out and i was wearing titanic robe naked walking around and there was girls and stuff and leo was always honestly the fucking nicest guy he was just cool you just dude he just wanted to hang out he had a huge star wars collection he was just i just loved him so in i guess by like just the ffiliated with ferguson who was on the show is like verbally light me i was like dude you're cool in come over and he was happened to be best friends leo so i started hanging out with liam and all these guys and that's sort of how that happened well and that when i first came out and i met up with you guys and saw that was the crew wasn't leo at my house with yeah yeah yeah i never really talk about that i i don't think i've ever brought that up ever ever yeah i have yeah i have a video and that was the height that was right titanic right after yeah and i was like cheeses christ what is rosenbaum do i know i know that awesome place i i don't know i guess i could have hung out more and done the things and become part of that crew just they were always so cool well now that crew is all mayor a big separately oh they're on all man yeah yeah and told me it was always great we when we see each other we always like give hugs leo leo saw me like a year ago somewhere they bumped to because rosie dude you the great i'm like yeah well you should slow down with your workload bro you're working too much leo but yeah year and the rest of the time he is doing he's living the life he's he's lived for twenty thirty so it's moving what a life what a life hung what a life that guy are the cabriolet boys he'd done it would be in his shoes for an hour twenty seconds he's he's got some good going to you in your wife how long caitlyn you married since two thousand eight so nine years nine years you still do you still ever do anything kinky like onset like have.

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"rob mcelhenney" Discussed on Inside of You with Michael Rosenbaum

Inside of You with Michael Rosenbaum

04:07 min | 3 years ago

"rob mcelhenney" Discussed on Inside of You with Michael Rosenbaum

"It and fans still obviously feel about so from my perspective i got in this business to do the very thing that i'm doing i've been lucky enough fortunate enough to go off and be able to do a couple of other things and i'm working on a couple of movies right now and you know it's incredibly challenging and frustrating it's so slow moving and for good reason there's just tremendous amounts of money that are behind some of these massive franchise movies but you know everybody that i talked to a person in that business says that they wish that they could be doing what we do now i don't mean specific to sunny i just mean specific to waking up every day going into a room having a creative idea fleshing it out knowing that there's a very specific path to production which you can write shoot direct produce edit and it is put out into the universe and you know that it's going to be put out into the universe and that's not something that we take for granted how many episodes have you done i don't know seventy no more than one hundred seventy probably one hundred seventy i thought you'd like eighty year ten year we now do ten a year there were the most we've done is fifteen year for longtime we did thirteen a year one hundred and thirty four are there any episodes where you're like i fucking hated that yeah any episodes you said i wrote that i hate it yeah i mean look there's never really just one person that writes an episode obviously everybody sort of works together we all we all work together there are certain episodes that i hated doing that turned out to be great episode which which episodes there's an episode that is actually a fan favourite it's called ciardi mc dennis and it's an episode where we where we play a board game that we've created and it's it was really fun and funny i wrote the episode yet as you're writing it you think all this is really funny but you're not recognizing that it calls for all of us to be in one room for three days yelling at each other like literally screaming at each other that was probably not pleasant and it was just not pleasant and it turned out to be really funny but it was not a pleasant experience to shoot yeah and then there are other coster phobic yeah yeah you just never know what's what's going to resonate with with people you know there are certain things that i remember one year we did this musical episode and in it my character talks about doing karate right like i'm a martial artist or something and so i do this weird karate moves and then i never thought anything of it we thought the episode was kind of funny there was such a big response to it that we thought it'd be cool to do alive showing of it i went troubadour yes okay so you went to the tuber they'll do and then we did it we did at the beacon theater sommes on i believe you could all sing well we can't really but you could well so the first time i did that at the troubadour and i walked across the stage and i did these karate moves because that's what it was and i remember was areas like erupts right and i thought well that's strange i wonder why that specifically and then we did the beacon theater and we did the electric factors tower theater in philadelphia same thing everywhere we went the audience loved it when i did these like goofy karate moves and for whatever reason and we didn't know it but it hit it hit for some reason so then of course we beat that into the ground and then i wrote it into like the next three seasons but i have no idea why and i still to this day don't understand why that resonated with people really but it did and and we didn't see it common it was just something that we thought i don't know maybe that'll be funny season two is when the romance with you and caitlyn started yes we talked about this before but i said stop i'm not talking about this right now you came into my house report i had a barbecue and i remember thinking caitlyn's cute yeah did you know that that i say that's you yeah probably sure we talked about it i was like because he had no we at that point we had no nothing you guys were not doing anything you're working together i thought it.

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"rob mcelhenney" Discussed on Inside of You with Michael Rosenbaum

Inside of You with Michael Rosenbaum

01:32 min | 3 years ago

"rob mcelhenney" Discussed on Inside of You with Michael Rosenbaum

"Was like i remember singing i like these characters i just i don't know what is this i don't know exactly what it was i didn't like it i just was like how are they gonna fucking sell this yeah they're going to hand this thing usually think of things like they paid a lot of money for it looks really fancy and you guys there was a joke somewhere where you know you said we paid two hundred dollars for this and you guys said no actually was nothing i remember buying the cassette tapes because we shot on tape right cassette tape the mini mini tape on the on fairfax and and sunset that was it how long did it take to shoot sunny the pilot well well we shot the original in like a few days but then that was it was outside yeah it was like at a barbecue or a party right i remember so if i remember it could have been that bad it was somehow memorable yeah we shot three different versions of all of the my experience up until this point lead us to this endeavor because i had failed so many times when i was listening to what other people were telling me to do e paul or agents or whoever telling me well you should do this may maybe right it this way or you know you shouldn't shoot it or you should for this all on your watch yeah i just said fuck it i'm gonna shit i'm just doing i'm i wrote a script that i thought was funny that was a short film and i thought well this'll be a good opportunity to put the blinders on and just go make something that nobody else could add how many studios bit we had offers from four or.

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"rob mcelhenney" Discussed on Inside of You with Michael Rosenbaum

Inside of You with Michael Rosenbaum

03:44 min | 3 years ago

"rob mcelhenney" Discussed on Inside of You with Michael Rosenbaum

"And i and as i was walking out this woman comes out of a recording booth and she says hey can you come here for a second actor i said yes she said we're we need like a young male voice to say this line for this commercial will you come in and do it i said sure just randomly just i she they just needed like quick so i said yeah sure i walk in and she said the line was one eight hundred collect save a buck or two if you remember before cell phones there was this thing called one eight hundred collect and that was i remember that okay so i go in say one eight hundred collect save a buck or two i said it four times she says thank you here's sign this you can leave i get a call like two weeks later the producer calls my agent says this is going to be a super bowl commercial and there's a bonus for that for some reason i say okay great the commercial then proceeds to air for a full two years after that come on and i may i made more money on that than any man manning that i had done all much money at this point how much one hundred and fifty thousand yeah it was like over over a two year period it was like ninety three thousand dollars on which when you're in your early twenties and of course after taxes and you pay your agent forty thousand nine this amount of money and that's a very valuable lesson which is the things that that you think are going to make a star or the things that are going to pan out the things that are going to turn so much of it is just lock and being at the right and putting yourself in the position to be in the right place at the right time yeah what do they say luck is a commodity of preparation and opportunity preparation perspiration i believe me i don't know so you're cut from the brad pitt movie your heartbroken did you see with anybody did you take anybody to see this movie no because i'd caught wind i play julius style you know julia stiles sure i don't know where personal in the movie i played her boyfriend so i ran into her and she had seen the movie and she told me before the movie came out when she walked away did your hartson oh i was devastated devastated it happened again to it happened again wonder boys yeah and this time time how many scenes did you have this moving same deal like four scenes and i was playing somebody's whenever you're playing somebody's boyfriend your expendable you expendable and you thought before the geordie learn your lesson or you're saying i can't happen again i learned my hand happen i learned my lesson but i i was a little bit more i wouldn't say that i was integral to the story but i was less expendable than i wasn't in the first one but they figured out how to figure out a way to to give out one moment in the movie no you don't see yourself i'm essentially just a glorified extra in it which is odd so every once in a while they'd cut to me sitting next to katie holmes and there's just a student we're in a two shot and it seems odd that we'd be in the two now did you bring people to that no because curtis hanson oh courtesy asked me rest in peace no no the big usual suspects no confident i i got i got so curtis wrote me a letter a handwritten letter you still have fucked now yeah you cut me mother it wasn't like hey congratulations it was just let you know this is what happened had nothing to do with your performance it was all about pacing and yadda yadda yadda which i thought was really kind and he did not have to do it was your ego little fucked this isn't like you're getting cut from like some independent movie getting come from a big movie yeah with big actors yeah no i think i would've probably.

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"rob mcelhenney" Discussed on Inside of You with Michael Rosenbaum

Inside of You with Michael Rosenbaum

03:19 min | 3 years ago

"rob mcelhenney" Discussed on Inside of You with Michael Rosenbaum

"So you got paid bucks for them yes and was this one of your first jobs yes my fr my very first job was was a movie called the devil's own yes brad pitt harrison ford yeah that was my first job and i thought well it's so she's got this gig and how many lines did you have i had like three scenes threes with brad pitt one with brad pitt one with harrison on one with ruben blades do you know it wasn't blades is a i didn't know who he was at the time either but now i do he's just he's in he's incredibly famous all of latin america as latin america singer so i thought wow man like i just moved to new york and now i'm sitting with brad pitt and i'm talking to him and i have seen where you starstruck yeah how did he know it i played it cool with brad he did harrison ford that's tough man that's that's that's on so it's indiana jones that's that's on so many how do you not flip the hell out yeah it was it was it was an amazing experience and actually allen peculiar was the director and gordon willis was the cinematographer how old are you nineteen nineteen years old yeah nineteen minutes seems like it was just a year ago two years ago that you just the abang that young lady up at the right yeah it was and look at what's agassi get a movie get a smoking commercial your smoke is like that it just really app yeah it was smooth sailing from the time that i met that lovely lasts in from cumberland did you think i made it now harrison ford i really thought well now i'm going to join the union and many paid and now i can quit my job at the ball how much did you make for that moving couple grant couple of grants out of money back then i remember making a couple of granting and i'm rich for the rest of my oh yeah i'm wrong i had to pay why to pay the union to join so ribald a couple of thousand gun but now i'm like well now i'm in the union so now i'm going to and then i just did this movie i'm going to work nonstop and then i didn't work and then i got cut out of the movie how did you find out did you just tell you i found out by going to the movie well i wasn't invited to like any of the events which is not which is not uncommon for somebody i wasn't invited to the midnight in the garden of good evil i had like eight minutes that was a big a big scene in the movie and i spent like a thousand dollars on a suit and i you know i went there and anyway but yeah i just wasn't invited a you're a great inspiration to me i mean to all of us because you were you worked so much so fast i remember seeing your billboard the reason i remember zoe duncan jack and jane was because i remember seeing the billboard all over the subways in new york city i was it was crazy all those small i thought it was going to you know it's funny stopped thinking things are going to be a hit after so many things that you thought we're going to be hit aren't like zoe is going to be the next young seinfeld and when you're it's over this is going to be the biggest and then after a while you grow up pretty fast you learn that when someone says you're going to be a star or this is going to be big you just go yeah thank you so i actually learned that that that very valuable lesson around this time because i had i had done that movie and then i had done a couple of other like weird weird commercials and then i was infernal dishing at this recording agency.

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"rob mcelhenney" Discussed on Inside of You with Michael Rosenbaum

Inside of You with Michael Rosenbaum

03:40 min | 3 years ago

"rob mcelhenney" Discussed on Inside of You with Michael Rosenbaum

"The greatest is the first time so new york is only ninety minutes away from philly but i'd never been to new york city before and if anybody who's ever been in new york knows that first time you go to new york city overwhelming it's overwhelming and i thought i'm moving here and i went back to philly pack my bag i think i had like one hundred and fifty bucks and move on we're just say before my couch i stayed in the bronx i stay with friends in their dorm room and i got a meal i got a meal plan i was able to just take a kids information to the registrar and get a student id student id with an i bought somebody's food plan from them and so i ate for essentially for free i mean the the if you remember the meal plans in college or like eleven hundred bucks and you eat for an entire semester so i was able to scrape together working in a bar i scraped together a grant in a few weeks and then i ate for six months but then you did a play there or passed in a play correct and what happened i got cast in a play and the guy who i was auditioning with found out that i was a non matriculating student i was not a student yeah and they busted me and they kick you off the play where your heart broke well i yeah i wasn't heartbroken i think it was fair it was for student you're not a student i'm not a student i'm not a student and i just wanted to i just wanted to be in the play thought it was a cold play and so they booted me luckily they didn't report me to you know to to security or any of the authorities so the meal plan to know we kept all you have to eating yeah i stayed on campus i didn't leave oh good assumed i was a student and then after that year i finally got my big boy pants and move down down down to brooklyn but but it was around that time that that i met you guys but how did someone finds you an laura or whatever that you're going to be an actor how did that happen how did you get to am i went to an through it was one of those like cattle call agencies actually the same one that chad chris went through right yeah so i met and and she was an agent and she said hey i think you can work and i think the real reason she thought i could work was because i was nineteen and i i looked like i was fifty looked really young so i worked so i immediately started working like as soon as i as soon as she signed me i started working doing commercials because they needed kids well you got a commercial here for an antismoking commercial yeah now were you still smoking when you got it was you are rob we cue that yeah did you ever try cigarettes most fourteen any reason assoc trying to be close something really yeah so you tried it because other people were doing it yeah i guess and why don't you do it anymore a lot of reasons just didn't like it you know i don't need to smoke like fit in hold up we finished so angry you know how i know you're an actor from listening to that you know the moment the nuance i said that's an actor it's when they're talking and then you just randomly go hold on a second feeling it how much you get paid for the anti smoking commercial that was a national network spot that was not a psa which was great because bs as you don't get paid or you get paid whatever the shit show so it was a national network commercial because it was right around the time that philip morris had lost some multibillion dollar lawsuit and one of the things when the stipulations of of a lawsuit they had lost her she had yes that they had to do these commercials and they were not public service announcements they were paid.

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"rob mcelhenney" Discussed on Inside of You with Michael Rosenbaum

Inside of You with Michael Rosenbaum

02:37 min | 3 years ago

"rob mcelhenney" Discussed on Inside of You with Michael Rosenbaum

"Really went into this yeah and was she impressed by this we know shell so a smoker she was a smoker she was from the south she was from southern well she was from maryland which to me was the south anything south of philly philly pretty much the south i i remember she was from cumberland maryland and she was she wanted to say i really don't remember her name it was the it was the first and last time that i had ever end but this is before cell phones and what am i going to get my parents number in philly so she called we made sweep karya dale maybe he's the one that came up yeah call me again dale man that was the best that was the greatest it was the greatest sex well just the fact that i lost my virginity at the at the princeton model congress remember how happy were after it happens but you know relieved more just got it out of your system because i don't know of cour how how long oh i robert shore of course good good for you yeah yeah yeah i think i was just i was more excited about being able to go back to philly and tell my friends and i was by did it i did it i finally secured through a ball exactly they wouldn't say that they were nice they were they were supportive you know everybody came to the place so you started liking you had to start liking it i started in i join place but then when i graduated high school and i was the only kid in my class that didn't go it was a prep school so everybody was was expected to go to college and i was expecting to go to college i just didn't i wanted to take a year off so i spent that for six months traveling around visiting my friends at different schools all over the country not this far west but really up and down the northeast corridor and then down south a couple of places is figuring out what you wanted to do figuring out where i wanted to go and what i wanted to do like i wanted to take a year off in travel although i didn't really travel outside of the contiguous united states and and everywhere i went i noticed that the kids were going into massive amounts of debt and weren't taking school very seriously didn't care about it and all they were doing was partying which is fine and fun but i could do that and was doing that and it just didn't seem like a worthwhile goal over the next four years to get a bachelor and communications or he said i'm not doing this well i said i let me take a little bit more time off and see and then i then when i went to new york visited some friends at columbia and some friends at fordham and thought this is.

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"rob mcelhenney" Discussed on Inside of You with Michael Rosenbaum

Inside of You with Michael Rosenbaum

03:21 min | 3 years ago

"rob mcelhenney" Discussed on Inside of You with Michael Rosenbaum

"Got started wanted to addition because i wanted to meet girls that was it just wanted to make girls you had no you didn't care about being the mexico and so no said how this is cool it's all girl because that was a terrible athlete i had no way in i knew from past experience whether it was giving speeches or performing something in class or whatever it was that i had i had some ability to read words aloud and and make them mine and so i a little articulate for your age you you felt a little confidently i think i was just confident okay i was just confident i i wasn't afraid to get in front of the class and speak to people so couple that with inability at any athletic endeavor that i tried and the fact that i wanted to meet girls and it was a no brainer so then so then i started doing that and loved it loved the you mean any girl they're at their old absolutely funds did you have center yeah how old were you had sex first time i was sixteen and a half what was the first time the first time was in i don't remember her name because it was at the princeton model congress which is even way geeky than a play then a school play they don't wanna model because what the model congress is on they put together these these groups of kids from all over the country and it's called a model congress princeton model congress harvard model congress and it's it's basically just a group of kids that will travel to dc you pretend that you're a member of congress right our rep and then they put you in the committees and then each person gets to write a bill and then you go through the entire process of trying to get your bill passed right fucking so nerdy when you're sixteen but i'm like i don't know let's go do it so i went and did it and and i wrote my bill and in my committee was this lovely lady from lovely young lasts as she believe in your bill but she helped get it i believe she passed my bill what was g hill hassle it was the bill rub do you remember i do remember what it was i was a smoker at the time yeah which also maybe wouldn't have helped out on the on the gridiron maybe that was why i was not such a good out or maybe i turned to smoking because i was not such a good f i'll be a bad ass sure i noticed that a lot of companies were forcing now forcing their employees to go out on the street to smoke so that seems like fairly inefficient it's great for people who don't smoke but if you're working in a in a highrise complex like a skyscraper just the amount of time that it takes you to get on the elevator go down smoke the cigarette go back up so my bill was something about allocating a certain amount of funds to create smoker's lounge in buildings of a certain size which by the way is only private enterprise but nothing to do with the government in fact is like an incredible infringement upon on the populace however i thought it'd be a good idea that that you'd have to certain allocate a certain amount of tax payer money which would alternate ly create a more efficient efficient environment and you would wind up saving hundreds of millions of dollars and i did a bunch of research to tobacco that.

"rob mcelhenney" Discussed on Inside of You with Michael Rosenbaum

Inside of You with Michael Rosenbaum

02:37 min | 3 years ago

"rob mcelhenney" Discussed on Inside of You with Michael Rosenbaum

"Always seems to be so influenced by how your friends are reacting right your peers and my friends never gave a shit so i never gave up to i grew up in the wrong town i mean i look i love going back but it was just it was indiana southern indiana i mean there's a lot of good people there but definitely when i was going to grade school and i i just remember the word fag being used so loosely and you're gay rosenbaum rosie palm and people would use the word so loosely that you just thought it was like then i'm thinking okay yeah why am i gave why they saying i'm gay and i was just used thrown all over the place and you know so it was that wasn't as was still there i mean you know i'm i'm painting philadelphia's this ex gay accepting lovable little it was not that there was still a fair amount of homophobia as as as there is now you know it was just as it was directed at me or about my family that was never concerned so none of your schoolmates your peers ever said did anybody ever say anything where you you had you jumped into a fight because of no never wanted him i mean i i knew there was certainly some kids who were fascinated by it or interested in it or they would ask me questions or they'd come over to my house and see but never it was never and maybe behind my back or something like that but at the end of the day like nobody really gave a shit you went to college no sort of desire would compete you know but i know the store you did go to fordham you like sort of you weren't really weren't enroll correct but you i moved to new york and i had a lot of friends that that lived at fordham university of in the bronx and they had an extra bed but you couldn't afford to go there no no i didn't go i didn't enrolled and you just took classes i took classes i spent some time there again just out of out of interest and curiosity i had no for what different classes or you just what were you interested in why were you there why did you head over to new york and i i moved to new york i was living in philly after school and i wasn't sure what i wanted to do i had started acting because i was such terrible athlete and so we had all guys schools all over philly and then all girls catholic schools and the girls schools needed guys for their plays so our school had had actually pretty extensive drama program but i never did any of the place at our school but i heard that notre dame academy needed boys for their place so i went and audition for that and then i.

"rob mcelhenney" Discussed on Inside of You with Michael Rosenbaum

Inside of You with Michael Rosenbaum

03:40 min | 3 years ago

"rob mcelhenney" Discussed on Inside of You with Michael Rosenbaum

"Heartbroken at sears was a lot closer than people give it was incredibly close and look in terms of a live sporting event you can't beat being in a double overtime game no and and goal wins wins the entire thing energy in there is just you you can't describe it yeah people watch hockey and like hockey socks watch it on tv go to hockey game so fun you just feel that energy so fast so i played street hockey and i was terrible so that didn't work out but then i tried to i tried to play football basketball baseball like all the classics then i kind of went to like the went to to some of the other secondary sports like wrestling wrestling fuck in terrible how could you be terrible you just grab onto someone throw him down i was always undersized yeah me too you know super undersized and and i just had no atlantic ability that sounds that's heartbreaking actually hit them on this and looking back on it you who who who cares but when you're fourteen and fifteen you know those kinds of things are are important and it just drove me it just drove me insane so what were you doing you say that those four years from fourteen or whatever for catholic boys school whatever change your life what changed what was the specific to the to the jesuit approach you know what's i their their whole m o is teaching you how to question a thirty always be asking questions never take somebody's word for it which is fascinating considering its catholicism right and that mostly people just say just listen to it and follow these rules or you go to hell the way they approached it was you can ask questions you can have an opinion you can think i'm wrong but you better come at me strike you know don't come at me with with i don't i don't agree with this and then i say why you don't have ten reasons you gotta come up with a reason so you know that's certainly instilled a tremendous amount of discipline to remember moments when you stood up to your whoever the none or the pastor or whatever who was it that you stood up to and you question to thority quite often it was encouraged like these angle you remember one the one civically where you just kinda lost your cool and you're like this is why i don't believe this yeah yes yes and and i got into i got into a physical altercation with i mean and that was all also something that's in i guess it's just jesuit you're allowed to your punch not not limit adult but you know look you put you put a fourteen to seventeen year old boys together in a in a in a an end by the way it was in a really tough neighborhood in philly so you weren't allowed to leave the campus so once you were there they would lock the doors and then everybody was in there and it would just you know it would just be it would be festering with testosterone and he wanted to hit no so you got beat up a lot yeah like bloody lips bloody ours wack is i mean that's crazy to me i mean reconquering and fights i mean you're you're you're watching your brother and sister at the house you're a young kid your mom has left you don't understand this your little confused you're watching your tv you're going to catholic school you're and you're getting into fistfights all the time it didn't seem like there was a real future for this one gathering it never felt like that though i mean in retrospect if you look at it never felt that way if because i had i had an incredible support system i mean the way that the school approach their education was you.

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"rob mcelhenney" Discussed on Inside of You with Michael Rosenbaum

Inside of You with Michael Rosenbaum

03:42 min | 3 years ago

"rob mcelhenney" Discussed on Inside of You with Michael Rosenbaum

"Watch us and then you know after that we became latchkey kids which wasn't odd eighties and and and and then i took on a fair amount of responsibility at an early age taking care of my brother and sister if you resent that no you'd probably did them i don't think so i i accepted it i wouldn't say that i was responsible i mean i was in charge so we would just watch tv that was a that was it was kind of a party and how old were you at this maybe starting at like ten or eleven watching your nine year old we'd have brother yep and your seven year old sister mostly i was watching tv right and they watching along with me and then we get our homework done and then watch television which turned into a profession just great so that was like kind of that was my education will what about the old boys catholic school when did you go there yeah i went to an all boy scouts at school my almost my entire life was a weird would have what happens in that you always think of some none smacking with a ruler or some crazy shit i think it was like that in the fifties and sixties certainly there were certainly a fair amount of discipline but i i believe that those four years of my life with the most important years of my life like fourteen to eighteen those are real impressionable years for a young troubled man and they set me straight how did they do that i just have i just had a lot of behavioral issues anger issues sure lash our yeah i mean i i'm sure there was a fair amount of resentment that i had built up that didn't feel conscious right it was sort of locked in locked in the in the uncut yeah just and and i was never a good athlete and i wanted to be which was hard it's hard hard you know look you remember in in amadeus remember falco a saying wrought meal medeiros that's in the movie amadeus amadeus the the the character that f murray abraham played solitaire he was an okay composer and he knew he would never be great he didn't he didn't really believe that that was the the ultimate cursive his life yields mcchrystal's life was that he was that god what she believed in gave him the desire to be a great composer but not the ability so why the faulk would you give me the desire and the ability either give me the ability or fuck off and i just didn't understand why i was given such desire to be an athlete would sport release more every thing loved hockey look the flyers a love the flyers broad street bullies around men well maybe it was a little bit for bullies were were before me but i was of the era of pelley limburg ron ron hextall off i went to ron hextall first game against the mental oilers thrill that was thrill and i became an arrival the flyers and oilers big time yeah big time i became an instant flyers fan you fly in and l yeah you know it's funny i've been living out here now for thirteen years i become friends with a few of the kings and so i got to go to a lot of those games to go and hang out with them and watch them and it happened to be the year that they won the stanley cup for the first time it was two thousand while it was years ago and then and then i went back then next year and they had a good run they went and then the following year they wanna get against your rangers thank you and i was there for for for both cups i was for i was there for games one and two and we were up in third bad call interference that in call it and the rangers lost and i was.

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"rob mcelhenney" Discussed on Inside of You with Michael Rosenbaum

Inside of You with Michael Rosenbaum

03:53 min | 3 years ago

"rob mcelhenney" Discussed on Inside of You with Michael Rosenbaum

"A bit and he was out of town a lot and he would let me just crash into his apartment on twenty second street right but we i live with three guys in a one bedroom and that was tight that was tight squat and i had the did you do you remember good times in those nights that you stayed there was a loud i remember you guys play you guys played a lot of video games of course you played a lot of like parlor games sure if i if i recall correctly yeah there was a fair amount of nudity of some new only men lots of dudes no girls naked no do you remember the bunk bed i had eighty first and third upstairs we had a bunk bed in one room so ma we only had a one bedroom so matt was on the bottom dave was on the top i was on a food time mattress that crawled up against the bunk bed and every morning to wake up and do telemarketing so it's dave before we went to bed please don't jump on my feet don't land on my legs you trust your ankles could hurt me dave who i saw i guess i well now i think it was a few years ago but dave looks like a bodybuilder last time i saw kind kinda big yeah well i'm you weren't a big guy i'm still not a big yo you all because those muscles get tach you really this innocent sweet that's what i knew of you i remember you know you weren't real talkative but you're cool but i didn't know much about you right yeah you you are you doing that on purpose because i'm still that guy yeah i don't know that i'm that talkative well maybe talk nice i i think you're wonderful you haven't changed in that regard i'm just saying that let's go back let's go back how philly where in philly south philadelphia is that a pleasant place to be yes it was a pleasant place to grow up is it was sure sure i didn't i'm teaching my kids how to ride a bike now right and i'm realizing that i didn't learn how to ride a bike they're six and my oldest son is six and all of his friends can ride a bike like six they've been they've been riding a bike for a year i guess not i think that's just california lifestyle i didn't learn how to ride a bike till i was fourteen which is late because i wasn't we weren't allowed to go past two blocks in any direction because that's when the neighborhood got tough within two blocks two or three blocks lots not that's not much space couldn't houston's yeah it was a very specific enclave at least that's what we were told i mean i had been beaten up a few times when i ventured past that that would be the reason why i didn't learn to like because it would have gotten stolen so did you come from a good family where you were you a broken family where you dysfunctional fan i would say it was a good family and it was a broken family and i don't i've never met a family that wasn't dysfunctional in some in some way right but yeah my parents split up when i was young how old eight i wish my parents would have split up yeah see i hear that a lot here that a lot yeah it was just yeah were they were they together for twenty seven years and then split up yeah but there was some really tough times and you know i just wish they would have probably all your you and they split up i was i remember i just moved to la so i was like twenty mid twenties and i was just got my first job which i thought was this is it i've made the tom arnold show which means i didn't make it but it's still showed it was great it was a lot of fun wait i thought zoe duncan no jane was yeah jack and george that that was that was a little dunkin jack and jane jane now the names you do yeah but i got cast for this tom arnold series called the tom show with ed mcmahon and and so i was on there and my mother called me hysterically crying and i'm going to kill myself and your father left and he met some tramp in the philippines and lost her mind and.

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