17 Burst results for "Robert Knepper"

"robert knepper" Discussed on Hysteria 51

Hysteria 51

05:40 min | 7 months ago

"robert knepper" Discussed on Hysteria 51

"Can see tony jill. I realized that it between you lose one of those actors that plays multiple ethnicities and or has in the past and he just is a commune intercontinental looker. Or whatever you wanna call those. Yeah yeah well the guy that again blanking on the name. I'm so bad with names. Today is a whole bunch of of movies. Playing native americans He was also Here's the festival. Funny guy ant man series. Oh michael michael pain. Yep yep he's sanchez for me. But also i mean i've had people suggests benjamin bratt freddie prinze. Junior depends on how old how old joe is. Because they're roughly like three or four years apart in age that and that's the thing that that it's also it's almost like because you've been writing these for for overt well over a decade now which era of joe relooking at because obviously age happens molest one. This is the one that i feel most passionately about only because it seems like this actor would be absolutely perfect for it. Toys would be a younger have to be younger. Couldn't be like robert knepper. So robert knepper listeners. If you aren't familiar played played teabag in prison break. Lost prison break. Yes yes that's him. I just i wire. He's kind of wiry and in up to no good but sarcastic and i just always imagined him as that. That's a girl to rewatch prison break. When i my favorite actor for him is the one play the younger the foster brother in orphan black. Oh god he'd be great. I haven't haven't seen that show in a while. But i know i remember who you're talking about. I don't know his name. And and by the way there's a weird orphan black connection i was. I was done hotel. Wanted to convention. And i something my my twitter blown up because everybody said on orphan latter like i mother or from. Let me screen captures. There is an episode. Where they're going to accomplish where to hide out and our posters v wars the comic on does spied of ruined comic book and the dinosaur says. I guess you hear from and you're not here for the latest issue rotten ruin. I have no idea why the hell they did that. As a fan. that's awesome. It was shot in england to it's like holy crap so That's amazing well. We have plenty of british listeners. So they can chime in as well all right. So you mentioned you mentioned viewers. let's Let's kind of In there you. That's that's a show that you that you did develop a obviously. I'm sorry it material you did develop into a tv show. How was how was that process. Did you enjoy it. Involved were you. What was that like for you okay. Well i were started as a as a shared world thought he would write big..

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"robert knepper" Discussed on Talk Radio 1190 KFXR

Talk Radio 1190 KFXR

07:17 min | 7 months ago

"robert knepper" Discussed on Talk Radio 1190 KFXR

"Do know is December 8th 2000 and eight that we all got fired from CBS. Yeah, remember that I remember getting fired? No problem. All right. Today is Thursday, July 8th 2021 4 days until our 11th anniversary birthdays Today. Jaden Smith turns 23 from the Smith clan. From the Bush clan. Sophia Bush turns 39. She's one of the, uh, the few bushes to stay out of politics and instead go into Hollywood. That's that's politics. Normally, uh, she is best known as Detective Erin Lindsay on Chicago PD Brooke Davis on one Tree Hill and She's void on or in the Incredibles, two Hell of a career. Sophia Bush 39 today. From this is us my love and Amelia. He is 44. He's the one that he plays Jack on. This is us and he's going to get killed by that crock pot. Yeah. I think I don't know that I never want to watch the show Too much drama Man. It's too much sadness. H. Kathleen Robertson from Beverly Hills nine. Oh, 21. Oh, is 48 should be clear. Arnold. Back Turns 51 Number one year he won a Grammy for best rock album, and I thought two things one He put out an album this year and two He's considered rock. Would consider him alternative rock. Uh, alternative not wrong, not rock at all anyway. Other birthdays today. From NCS. Michael Weatherly is 53. He's also Dr Jason Bull on Bull. Billy Credit turns 53 as well. He is, of course, in almost famous as Russell Hammond. Um He's Dr Manhattan in the watchman. And Even though it hits really close to home for me and Cloe. He's one of the T V. Executives in morning show on Apple, Plus Yes. And at first I hated him his character. Then he turned out to be kind of awesome. Yeah, I thought movie called Rudderless, too. By the way, have not seen that. Marcus Chong is Tommy Chong's kid. He is 54. He also played re also, he did. He played tank and the Matrix. And get these pages done Stick. I'll tell you more birthdays, uh, from also in CS. Rocky Carroll is 58 Joan Osborn turns 59. Her biggest hit was 1995 is one of US country superstar Toby Keith turns 60 Robert Knepper, who played Teabag on prison break. He is 62 is also on homeland and I zombie Kevin Bacon. Been in so many movies. He has his own game. He is 63 today. Um Angelica Houston is 70 Jeffrey Tambor is 77 on transparent Arrested development Larry Sanders show. Probably a lot of people remember him from From the Tonight Show in the Carol Burnett Show. Steve Lawrence is 86 today. So some actual decent birthdays. Well. Another road rage shooting in North Texas was captured on video. This one happened in Irving on the morning of June, 15th, police said. Two drivers one in a white BMW and another in a maroon Chrysler pulled into a parking lot near DFW airport. They apparently had a dispute on the road. The driver of the BMW got of his car with a gun. And fired it toward the other vehicle. When he emptied it. He then reached inside the vehicle to grab another gun and fire more shots towards the Chrysler. Amazingly, no one was hurt, but the shots did hit several cars. Irving police are asking anyone who recognizes the man or the cars in the video to call them I counted. He fired 17 times, and he didn't hit a single person. My guess is you'll find him at work as a stormtrooper in Star Wars. That's so true. Portrays these people. Uh, DFW parents are getting serious about back to school. Uh, Parents, who were surveyed said they're planning to lay out over $1000 for back to school supplies that 78% more than the national average of $612. And it's almost twice what parents here paid for school related items in pre pandemic 2019. Underscoring how much learning has changed since the pandemic began. A third of people in DFW buying supplies for their kids are allocating more for electronics, while half are cutting back on traditional supplies. K through 12 back to school purchases of loan could boost the local economy. Local economy by $1.4 billion In other words. Parents are willing to spend whatever it takes to get their kids out of the house. Uh, especially now, Mhm. And while Super Mario Brothers is arguably the most famous game for the original Nintendo entertainment system, the legend of Zelda was also was also very popular. Many people who grew up in the eighties probably remember owning the bright gold cartridge. It may come as a surprise that some versions of this game are actually incredibly rare and are worth a lot of money. Lot of this nostalgic stuff is surprisingly, you know, worth a lot. The online auction site Heritage Auctions, which I believe is based in Dallas. Launched its first video game auction with a sealed copy of the Legend of Zelda. Now this particular copy is from one of the game's earliest production runs and the current bid at the time of the article. $110,000 in other news If you need me, you can find me Raymond Jean through my mom's attic. Yeah, God looking through all my old stuff. Yeah. Also a 12 FT. Burmese python that escaped from the Blue Zoo inside the Mall of Louisiana in Baton Rouge on Tuesday. Still still missing. Still still missing. I I checked. I think it's still missing, a mall employee reported. The snake named Cara has escaped her enclosure at the Blue Zoo around 9:30 A.m. on Tuesday. Spokesperson added that carrot is a rescue. Is friendly and Super sweet. Now, if that's true, I'd start at the food court where she's probably choking the life out of a Cinnabon. Hmm. Give me some orange Julius bitches at a pretzel super sweet pipe afternoons. 97 1 the easy way. The all new talk radio 11 90 from the money since the opening Bell traffic.

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"robert knepper" Discussed on Sci-Fi Talk: The First Season

Sci-Fi Talk: The First Season

01:43 min | 8 months ago

"robert knepper" Discussed on Sci-Fi Talk: The First Season

"Hi this is. Kenneth johnson kenny to my friends. And i've been speaking with tony tomato of sci-fi talk about some of my career The bionic woman the incredible hulk the alien nation and a few other things including my new novel. V the second generation. I listen. I hope you enjoy it. Because sci-fi talk is the place to be listening to park certainly built up a fanbase or his roles in star wars. The phantom menace. And so it's cool that he's playing edgar on heroes. Part of the carnival led by samuel played wonderfully by robert knepper. We'll get some insights into his character and look ahead to the dvd release of gi. Joe rise of the cobra. Here's my conversation with rape warning to good. I'm doing fine. How are you my pleasure episodes. So far with sam with your character of edgar the thing i like about him is that he will give his opinion too samuel especially when he disagrees with him. How much of that is in the script or is some of that something. You're doing well on that kind of my wife. I i have a feeling that myself and robots had this conflict. And when i'm living on i said to myself i think something's gonna going between the two of us that they've seen that going over trying to create and i remember the right to cover me. 'cause there was one thing that the when choke now challenge him in the way of arizona. I was gonna rent his neck and the and the mvp augments..

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"robert knepper" Discussed on OC Talk Radio

OC Talk Radio

03:46 min | 8 months ago

"robert knepper" Discussed on OC Talk Radio

"I think there's a misunderstanding even among current mystic teachers mystic students that there is something really special about the mystics as they've got this really uniquely unique relationship with the divine and they have visions and and sort of extraordinary experiences and the people that i'm reading now especially i'm reading. I'm reading a thirteenth century. Mystic julian of norwich and she is very strong on the ordinary life on the integration of daily life and the so called mystical spiritual life that the mystical spiritual life is not just this time with the divine with god or with whatever whatever the the higher source may be. Let me let me give you a little quote that i read on julian and see what you think of this. I'm i'm really falling in love with you should norwich. And and and she was She was just for those who would know. She was in ankara's which means she was confined to impart -ment her entire life. She can never leave. It never leave. And they brought her food into a and she had a window on the street where people came by and got spiritual counseling from her so she had interactions with people but she never left and there was another window that lead in to the sanctuary so she could. She could participate in services. It was at a church but she. Just you know an anchor anchor right you know they live completely alot and she wrote this While she didn't write this Robert knepper. If i'm going to Mess up his last name but grew worth i believe is the way you pronounce it. And he wrote this of julian. Julian realizes that she does not need extorted extraordinary mystical or visionary experience to realize the compassionate intimacy with the divine. Julian sees ordinary human life. If lived in surrender as a as a way of divine intimacy and closes with this. If there is a bridge to divine reality it is already here in our ordinary life. How does how does that that quote strike you. Well that's that it strikes me as beautiful as strikes me as as a very true i feel very aligned with that with that sentiment Yeah this is tricky territory because like you said spiritual experience you know kind of extraordinary experiences big. They tend to get all the press. Yeah yeah the theresa. The 'cause they're you know they're they're extraordinary and inspiring and they're exciting and it's not to say that they're not valuable. Certainly they are valuable They aren't the point they don't they don't what really matters. And i love what you said in that quote what was said in that quote that really living a surrendered. Life is what brings you is. What brings you in divine union. That's what brings you contact with divine. Not explosive experiences not found mystical experiences. I mean those have evidently helped in some people's cases and the experiences that i've had have certainly helped me but they're not the point And i often will tell people that..

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"robert knepper" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

05:41 min | 1 year ago

"robert knepper" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Paying close attention to your speaker. So your investments don't take it in the squeaker. Here it comes. The Bloomberg Market Minute on 700. W L. Geology. Here's Jeff Challenger from Bloomberg. He's with us every single morning here at 700 wlw, except the last time I was here, and he was off he was on vacation. I was completely lost. Jeff, I'm so here Glad you're here today. Don't ever do that. I'm sure you are in great hands with Joan. But but thank you Know, you know I like Joan, but she's no Jeff Bellenger. You know, I'm just you're the best. You really are now. Social media. There are some were saying that the president should be banned from social media for life. Good luck with that legally. Yeah, This is some lawmakers and activists that want to see the president's access to social media caught off permanently. Facebook, Twitter and alphabet are under increasing pressure now to enact tougher policies. Be more forceful about purging misleading content and taking action against some accounts, including the ones held by the president. Connecticut Senator Richard Blumenthal says this week's events at the Capitol showed the need for Congress to reform, big text privileges and obligations. Yeah, and the other thing that caught my eye, too. Is that When you go on Amazon and his shop, But if you get into a third party vendor, particularly for cleaning products, you're going to get gouged. And there's there's a guy gets a consumer group that might have looked seen that, as I did to is a lot of that going on, isn't there Yeah, there apparently is. I had one experience like that myself report. Now, it says a lot of Amazon vendors have been engaged in price gouging during the pandemic. The U. S Public Interest Research Group Education Fund analyzed the prices of 750 products that are offered by third party merchants on the Amazon site. Things like toilet paper and hand sanitizer that are considered essential. It found that vendors doubled prices on 136 of the essential products and sellers offering more than 400. Other items hike their prices by at least 20%. An associate of the Education Fund, told USA Today that Amazon has done a lot to fight price gouging. We do emphasize here. This is third party vendors on Amazon, but this person says the site has become so massive. It has to do more. Well, you know, I suppose if you've researched that deeply, you're going to find certain vendors that do things like that. There's no question about it. Apple trying to get into the self driving car business, really? Yeah, it's reported now that Apple is in talks with Hyundai about the possibility of cooperating in the development of a self driving electric car. Korea Economic Daily says Apple has offered to cooperate and internal discussions have been completed. The report says. The deal is just awaiting approval from Hyundai's chairman. Wow. You know Everybody's got their tentacles and every anything anymore. What? What are we looking like here in about an hour and 20 minutes. Still looking good. S and P futures are up 12 points. NASDAQ futures are up 67 Now Dow Futures are up 89 from Bloomberg. I'm Jeff Hullinger, a news radio 700 wlw. All right, Jeff. Thank you. Well, it's 8 11 10, bro from Mike McConnell. Great to have you with us. It's going to be a big week. Theatrically this weekend, theatrically both in home and theaters. Someone who knows all about that is Kevin Carr. Fat guys at the movies dot com. How are you, Kevin? I'm doing well. How are you doing today? I'm excited. I'm excited because I some of these. Some of these releases I want to see and I want to start about redemption Day. Which really is kind of Ah, a Marine attempting to rescue his kidnapped wife from terrorist Eddie Garcia's in this movie. I'm kinda excited about this. Yeah. Now this one is Release. It's not as big as some of the huge releases that came out. Obviously, over Christmas. You had stuff like Wonder Woman 1984 that's still playing in theaters and on HBO, Max and Monster Hunter, But it's Zey. So don't expect as big of a don't expect the Transformer Sides movie on this. It's a little bit more intimate in as you put it, You know, it's about a guy who's Wife's kidnapped during the archaeological dig in the he wants because he's a military hero. He wants to go in and try and save because he doesn't think the government the diplomatic solution is moving as quickly as it needs to S so it's it's. It's not as huge action and have like two or 3 10 action scenes to it. Ah little bit more of the tension on it does work as a movie. If you like that sort of Sort of escapist military action movie. It certainly works. It's not as hard hitting in something like the outpost. I'm not sure if you saw that I did not pass summer. That's one that has a huge action sequence that goes on for 30 40 minutes. At the end, this one's a little more intimate, but yeah, if you like this sort of thing it's available on in theaters right now. It will be going to video on demand next week because the windows are closing on on these sort of delays between theaters and at home dealing. I'm told we should stick around for the very end, because I guess the actor Robert Knepper makes a cameo at the end of this southern politician with a real Southern glasses. Role. I want to see that I'll see you down for that. Lays it on a bit thick, But yeah, I always like a good Robert A performance. Now Here's a movie that has an interesting title pieces of a woman eyes this porn..

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"robert knepper" Discussed on Ghostwood: The Twin Peaks Podcast

Ghostwood: The Twin Peaks Podcast

09:25 min | 2 years ago

"robert knepper" Discussed on Ghostwood: The Twin Peaks Podcast

"Should just sort of leave it alone. Leave it alone. It was a product of its time because now I feel like if you were to do now it would just be one more show like twin peaks whereas tweaks as it is was the first show to ever do the things that twin peaks Hickstead while the you know the really the only person that should be allowed to remake twin peaks is David Lynch. And he did with he did it. Did with twin peaks return in two thousand seventeen. So Hey we're talking and you also say yeah you could also say David Lynch renewed Blue Velvet when he made twin peaks right. Because we've talked about this that blue velvet it was kind of like the prototype for twenty. It was the prototype. Yeah so I just. I feel like if you're not David Lynch you trump David Lynch. She should be yourself no matter what you're doing. Yeah don't call it buyer. Yeah but but don't get inspired by but I think w you didn't. You didn't get to make this. Yeah you got. You're going to live with that. You know you don't you. Don't get to do whatever you whatever you. You were ten when twin peaks came out. Deal with that. You're never going to have been the one that may it's David Lynch's thing I when I said earlier about Karaoke a couple of years ago Phil Collins. Put Him doing old motown songs right and he wanted them to sound original versions as possible. You know so used in type of instrument same type of recording and it's you can tell it's very very lovingly done but it really sounds like Phil Collins Doing Karaoke. Yeah so it's like I want to hear Phil Collins Collins. I don't WanNa hear him do Karaoke. So yeah let's sign. Your excellent sometimes bands do cover versions of songs like cover between like weezer did a cover album recently. The grey album right but the right but it was it was weezer. Take on. That's what it was it. Was it like you know? One of the most famous covers out there which was seditious version of my way. Yes which is very much sid vicious version. Yes of my way right that kind of thing so when I hear a cover song. That's what I like to hear is a band doing. They're doing their own thing or like this the Simpson version of the promise. You know. I don't think I've heard that different. I haven't heard that one. That's really good. Yeah that one's really really cool so just just things like that or even. I just know when in Rome you know the when in Rome. It's the winning room song but does it. Okay so yeah all right I and I have to check that out. I've never heard that one. Yeah totally check that out. Yeah good all right so Anyway so yeah. Obviously we digressed on a little bit of a tangent there so I know we gotta give him credit for that. We did work it in a little bit. So yeah so Everybody if you haven't seen that video bottom go to our facebook page. I posted up there. check it out For whatever if you haven't for whatever ungodly reason haven't watched it. Please check it out. I think I think you'll enjoy it. All right. You will for sure. Enjoy it definitely so Today though Now that we're back in our commentaries. We're going to be talking. The Return Portend a Laura is the one and this came out back in July sixteenth. Twenty seventeen so God. What two and a half years mileage on this already Seriously written by has been. It's hard to believe it's been that long since the return By David Lynch directed by David Lynch Yada Yada Have some Trivia before we get started just lawson in this episode which. We're going to watch altogether. There's a scene which is a very awesome scene where candy smacks Rodney Mitcham in the face with a TV. Remote as she's trying to swat a fly swatter fly yes yeah and apparently That scene wasn't scripted. And it was basically the results of awesome an actual onset accident because apparently a light on the set fell and hit. Robert knepper the actor played Rodney Mitchum right under his eyes on his cheekbone and so- Lynch comes up with this idea. Well you know we come up. He basically devised the scene between candy and Rodney to play a reason why he's wounded. Why he's wounded exactly so this is just something completely outlived to explain away a cut on his face. So that is that is interesting. That's very river. Phoenix wack wack at himself in the mouth with a whip to explain why some Ford has a scar on his chin. I like it. Yeah well the other thing is more of a continuity thing but well I just know what she did. I know I see what you did there. You gotta fill in something to explain the scar. Yeah so it belongs in a museum up. Sorry it belongs to Coronado. Yeah not the So anyway. So we're going to be talking about this episode here be this is this is a fun. One Lots of cool scenes in this one guy. Richard with Miriam which is turns out rather horribly for for Marianne we've got J. d. e. kind of given dougie the I a little bit because hey he's not so flabby. Yeah exactly yeah and he. He moves like a Cobra bouncer bow. So let's and of course Jerry. Horne is still lost in the woods. And that's always magic so that's always magical and if we get the return of the Log lady so Everybody always magical. Yep and of course. Lastly we basically stick the landing on this one in a great way with Rebecca del Rio's performance of no stars which is my second favorite song after of course shadow by the chromatic by chromatic chromatic. Okay see there's another good example could cover yes her version of crying yes in in Holland drive yes Mohammed drive. Yeah yeah one of the greatest covers of all time because she needed her own yeah. She made Spanish lyrics with it and very very powerful but it also helps that. She's an incredible vocalist. She's unbelievable as as we'll watch here today so we will find find out exactly so everybody if you've been missing our commentaries hope you have We're back and then if you're ready we can do this. Let me let me get my IPAD. He I'm positive. Composite the black red after we see the Spinning Chevron floor paused and getting ready for Charles. I'm ready now. Got My secondary earphones headphones on ear buds and so for everybody playing a home game We are at the one minute thirty free second mark with the black screen of death as and said right after the you know the spinning spinning black. So if everybody's ready Yup all right. We're GONNA do this. We'll count US down and everybody get ready to press play in three two one. Don't play doing throwing. It's all black. Can't watch that's it. We're done here okay. Now there's mountains. It's a nice day here in six up until Richard shows. It'd be nice in the crappiest car you've ever seen the crappiest stolen car you've ever seen. It looks like it's Kinda like Colin Baker's fruit and Dr who series. There's just no kitty on earth. There's no cat badge. My friend Andrea used to call that a call. Those types of Cars Franken car. Yeah go away Richard Right. I got a problem. 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"robert knepper" Discussed on Ghostwood: The Twin Peaks Podcast

Ghostwood: The Twin Peaks Podcast

15:44 min | 2 years ago

"robert knepper" Discussed on Ghostwood: The Twin Peaks Podcast

"Him lived with him or roommate or I don't know or did she with him and Catherine same time. So it's done. Yeah so I don't know how old dog you you talk to. And then they have some crew interviews and there's a really really disturbing interview with Jennifer Lynch where she says that In the diary the the dream. Yeah the secret diary of Laura Palmer that she wrote yes with the rat eating or foot. That's real apparently. She actually had that. I wonder I kinda wondering how much of that was from her life. Yeah Yeah and so that I was like. Oh that horrible. 'cause that's kind of a hard one to make A. Yes yes exactly. I had to come from somewhere that somebody telling you this or it happened to you. And unfortunately for her. It was the ladder. So Yeah Oh scary so yeah. Disc eight was scenes from another was a secret from another place which I believe. We talked about disc nine was fire. Walk with me and this is some of the stuff we've talked about when we talked about and we talked talked about it but I don't know if Utah Nouri -tarian release and all that. Yeah did did we talk about the fact that matching a meek was supposed to be on watch major? Yes that's right because madge skin color. David David Lynch culture manage is by the way German girl by the way in case. You're wondering I took German class. So yeah that's the job. That's yes so. Apparently she pilot Baywatch. I did not know this. I'M GONNA PILOT BAY. Watch now really yea. It was like a little bit of a little bit of a scheduling conflict. Because of her baywatch she. She's had an interesting acting resume because she's now she's on. Riverdale things issue really awesome. Yeah that's awesome and then just ten stuff. I know we already talked about the between two worlds the thing. Where it's the Polymer Family. And then it's the actors talking right. Which kind of was kind of like Lynch kind of feeling out? Like what would a twin peaks reunion kind of be like? What could these people do it again? Yes yes yep. So I'm GonNa say this Charles set up before and I'll say it again if people can get it together to put photos on a DVD for a photo gallery. They can send those photos to Tashin. Tashin can put a book together that I can buy for seventy five dollars and put it on my coffee table right okay. Wires the coffee table book of this. Where is the coffee table book of the Still Gallery Photo galleries on? Dvd's where's the Damn Coffee Table Book? Where is the damn good coffee table book that we need that and David Lynch? That's free you can have that title. Exactly I'm here to give away Charles's intellectual property as I say I came up with at least give me a little credit. You know at the bottom of the inside You know publication texts. Yeah you have to have Charles in a trenchcoat doing a thumbs up on the inside somewhere. That's all that's all that's all that's going to require. I Wou I would totally by the way. Yeah I know you would totally do that. So all right so now. We're going to move over to the other envelope. Charles yes so You know and all right so Let's see your so we're going into the limited event envelope and just do the quick break down. Because I know we've been talking about this a lot so hopefully you guys are appreciating vest. Because you know we we. Obviously we dove really deep into this. So hopefully you our. We built up. We Dose Oh deep. We're not sure we're coming out again. We're not so we did it so you wouldn't have to that. Yeah exactly exactly so all right disc one. This is the the one the you know the Black Lodge Billy Ray curtains and all that we got parts one and two and then there's like a combined version of the return parts wanted to and then we've got some promos you know like Angelo battled. Mnt playing piano the David Lynch eating a donut and so on. I love pretty epic. Yes yes and you know I should put if I put that on a loop played it I would probably be asleep in like five minutes. Yeah all these little teasers that we got so excited because hey twin peaks is coming back. God I footage and like twenty five years plus All right and then we also got on this one twin peaks the phenomenon documentary which is broken up into three parts where we got. Chretien life after death and the Renaissance and pretty much. Everybody saying exactly what we've always said that there wouldn't be right the TV. We have today if there hadn't been so another thing that we're hearing in every interview that anybody ever does in any of these everybody frigging loves. David Lynch. Yeah just everybody has nothing but fantastic things to say about David Lynch. So all those people out there who think he's as weird as his movies. No he's just a really sweet guy that makes really good stuff exactly now. The one of the things I found really interesting about all these you know. The the limited event stuff is that you know you see obviously tons of stuff with Lynch you don't see Mark Frost at all. He is completely missing. And I find that really interests where is Mark Frost or anything like people talk about him? But there's no no proof that he actually is still alive. Is He? Writing Season Four. Eighty we don't know but I don't know or maybe you know a recluse that doesn't like to be on camera I don't know maybe somebody out there knows but I find it mark. Give us a call lettuce welfare fall. Just let us know you're doing okay. So He's do drop a drop us a line we'll tell you what leave your e mail here at the end of the show all right This too and this is what the Chevron floor menu this is parts three and four so of course we get a combined version of three and four as well if you want to do that. This is interesting because it has the twin peaks panel at the San Diego comic con from two thousand seventeen which was called twin peaks. Damn good panel and This is where you know. This is moderated by Damon Lindelof. Who went on to A lot of people are like well. Why is he doing that? Well it turns out. He's a big twin peaks Geek. And then he goes then he goes on later to bring back watchman which was inspired he was inspired by endings. That piss people exactly exactly so. That's that's where he learned. So you're gonNA seriously like David Lynch and something David Lynch alerted by watching. You enter tells you how to end. A series of people are going to be pissed off about talking about for twenty five years. You all right exactly. Yeah seriously somehow. Don't think there'd be talking about life. I was not pissed off. By the ending of watchmen. Though I thought it was good. No watchman was I absolutely loved it so it was one of the things that you know like okay. Lindelof taking over watchman. Is that GonNa be good well because they lost kind of turn out in and especially in season six but Yeah he totally pulled it off. He's stuck the landing and I was pleasantly surprised. I have a friend who felt so betrayed by lost. He refuses to watch anything. Any lost has ever touched and I just I just season six altogether and just watch one through five they all the I it ends with them. Getting destroyed a nuclear explosion. That's how the show shoe that all right wouldn't that's all right but so but everybody has everybody even friends of his who felt similarly betrayed by Lindelof. I've told him no. You need to watch like I. Think I think watchmen is gonNA bring the little off haters back into the leftovers. Apparently did that a little bit and so that kind of gave the leftovers Gay People. Some hope that okay. Well maybe it won't be like lost and And then you know watch now I think so. This is kind of like sort of redeeming his career a bit. I think he's been so so if if it came to the point where like Lindelof talked about bringing twin peaks because God forbid David Lynch was dead facing you talk like that. Say Out loud anymore. I'm just saying what everybody's thinking that that could happen because no juice you can only say it so many times if lindelof being such a twin peaks Geek I could see him. Why bring the show back and doing it himself? If if Lynch Frost were not available for whatever reason I want David fincher. Nobody twin beaks bring in twin peaks. Director David finch remember Dan. What it is on sesame sub got it from that was the sesame street would either. David fincher sister has already been on the show. He's got a connection right. So and here we go all right. That should be on this set to you by the way. The twin peaks skit from sesame. The twin beaks get yeah. That's true all right so we took. Yeah so we basically go through the COMECON stuff. We kind of talked about this. A little bit already A little bit. Yeah so this three. There's not much on that just parts. Five six seven this four three through through six episodes. Yeah and this is a this is the one with the Stop Light Menu. This has parts seventeen and eighteen. And then there's a combined seventeen and eighteen and then there's a documentary deca memory of very lovely dream one week in twin peaks and You know like so. We got to see Sabrina Sutherland. And you know a bunch of footage about you know like Richard Miriam's trailer and a whole bunch of other stuff we talk. I think we talked about this. And and we did. And we talked about Richard. Mamer short films right right and then And then of course the Rancho Rosa Logos because all versions of the of the Rancho Rosa. Intros which are different by the way they are different. You don't notice it initially because you're like yeah. Whatever twin peaks? Yeah but yeah. They are different. Just hurry up against the twin peaks and you're like Oh wait there were. There's something there. Okay yeah all right so impatient so exactly so disc gay. This is the double are exterior menu. So this has the big impressions journey behind the scenes. The twin peaks which are bunch of behind the scenes short films roughly about a half hour each directed by Jean S. For like a grand total of like four hours fifty one minutes so Jason SS trained out. David Lynch David Lynch documentary about David Lynch Hertie. Much and in my opinion does not quite pull it off. I don't think he pulls it off. I think it seems a little too consciously trying a little do fevered lynch ea to forest. Yeah yes exactly. Like I'm trying to be weird and quirky and it seems a little forced to me but there are some interesting very interesting stuff on on these one of these you know. We talked about some of them. There are some other stuff like like on the second one which is called smart. Tell it Martin. One of the things is that Lynch talks about like the best speech. Ever of course was Martin. Luther King's I have a dream speech. And he's talking about how he calls it staggering and cosmic and he wants to know who the woman was that was standing behind Martin Luther King as he was delivering the speech. Who Yells tell it? Martin that apparently buyers Martin Luther King's delivery because apparently according to Lynch like You Know Martin. Luther King's started off very slow and and kind of understated and then didn't really find his voice until that woman shouted out and then so he says like I really want to know who that woman was and there are some other cool stuff on there like Like Lynch meeting with Robert knepper and Jim belushi about their their characters. Because they think they're like brothers from different fathers and Lynch's like no no they're actual brothers. Who only have each other and stuff pretty much and and you know candy and Mandy and Sand Lake. So there's there's like about ten and call them. I always want to call them. Carl Marlin Darla from the Great Muppet Caper. But that's not so there's like ten in these and they're like sit about a half hour each and then that brings us to the new stuff some of which we talked about in from Z to a part one so that brings us to the new disc design which has behind the curtains parts one through twelve. And that's where we incredible romy talked about like parts one through eight and already you know like we kind of covered some of that stuff. But there's some really fascinating stuff and there's like a lot of the I mean. We talked about how great it was to see a lot of the footage from film and One of my particular highlights in part nine jr the filming of Jerry versus his foot. So Great. Because that was so seriously are if you're on the fence you're sitting there and you're thinking Charles you just. You just told me that most of the extra stuff on here. I already have because I have the entire ministry and the limited events series. So why should I buy this just for to do well? Guess what behind? The curtain is like worth one hundred dollars of this disc easy because some of these are like almost as long as the episode. Yeah because these are also like a roughly about twenty minutes each and there's eighteen of them.

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"robert knepper" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

12:02 min | 2 years ago

"robert knepper" Discussed on 710 WOR

"It into a book entitled to my boys so we know where your inspiration came from yeah absolutely absolutely motivating force all the way again I kind of kidding like made the remark in the for the book Katie up I could never get three and a half seconds attention of my kids so I decided to put it in written form it it showed the transformation of of a young kid who like a lot of young kids of you know self centered I had some of my anger and self control issues that the growth came when I finally got married and had children and I was able to really develop a deep connection and love the you know with my family and it's so simple and yet it's so powerful because the to tell you the truth but everybody has their not everybody has that the book does a part a lot of lessons learned along the way you got to enjoy life on a daily basis about worry as my father used to say about small stuff so I went back to the beginning of by life nineteen fifty two I was born in its seventy five short chapters I mean each chapter kind of talk show a new story a new topic people get a kick out of the fact that when I came out of college I wasn't ready to go into the real world water right away and I just actually stumbled on becoming a a bouncer at a topless bar I as some of the stories in my early days of yellow pages where you know I would take on the big box in front of everybody I mean people didn't have the guts if you will to do that they they have the same feelings within themselves but they were too afraid to do it but I I was I had a couple chapters devoted to the sixties yeah I get into things like the the Beatles of Mohammed Ali of the riots protests in my one subset you know I wish you had written more about that because this is actually a little bit that I wrote about in the book you said gave a more knowledge about the sixties for the school I believe that my parents were is decent and and and is honorable a set of parents as you're going to be in your life they were blue collar people they were hard workers my mother rule the house yeah if she wasn't working at work she was working at home and and and it was constant and it there wasn't a lot of closeness there there wasn't time left for their for my brother and die in my mother you know in our later years the ballots that and she regretted it that was not the ideal kid by a long shot but it will be the most heart breaking point in my life but when when we had our first child bark no one was more so than my mother in case you want to spend time with him that that she didn't spend with with my brother and I and and she was so excited by mark in she got cancer your entry was he was born she died shortly after yeah and it still hurts when I talk about it you know she would come pick up with mark for the time she didn't spend with my brother died and she can get that chance the simple but powerful message of a connection with love and family and then with my children just being able to embrace the real purpose and meaning of life you know I love my my wife I love my parents but the love that you have for your children is unique but I I think that's ahead of mine is is I wrote the entire island it sounds sweet Dennis thank you Robert Knepper it was in data processing with a top secret security clearance back in the sixties when they still had keypunch machines in his spare time he tried to figure out how to win again slot machines and eventually well we'll find out who wins in his book entitled guaranteed winning slacks discovery yes it was divine intervention there was sitting on my bed here one night think about how to apply your recall the lowest limit slot machines because of the day when I play table games and all of a sudden it just came to me and it does have a session on my thirty two dollar bills each the noblest session it in based on the amount of one a better say ninety cents a department that session amount and that does make every spins are have chicken and spins so I'm creating musically ninety cents sure as I'm playing if I would enough money to push me over to ten dollars a cash out into the spectrum to take all of whatever I want when I put back into my teacher called pocket that's how it works so full in the book for winning slot machines every time I carry Jijel Kasher all your ratings because our place slot machines were never heard any winnings under a lot of books that tell you how you can win big at the casinos free well it is a guarantee there's no other book up here for gambling to guarantee you can win they tell you you know if you use my system already to retire and live off the money we're in basically almost selling is money management systems some of the money management systems a good if you use a mystery restored end up broke yes if your book doesn't work for me I get my money back well not really because I don't know why some is sold in bookstores and online well then how do you guarantee how can you guarantee anything the system works I developed it I use it every time the thing is I knew about this thing for a couple years now because of the casino employee or worker openings in my family came down to visit question of their money use it I shook my friends on the user sure we're taught how to use it then they all burst the repair telling me to write a book but he said that would include the book ready to blast out ten thousand emails to some ten thousand emails those emails to exact either marketing company you want to be overly melanoma yeah in the last hour in terms of emails or PS three I have to pay for you send out ten thousand emails what's the average you're gonna get back favorite they claim that there were twenty eight percent you're pretty well do you like those odds welcome now all right Robert roll the dice baby Cheryl Venable grew up on a farm in Minnesota and became a minister but something happened in her forties to inspire her book entitled angel's arms my mother said that when I had my fortieth birthday I had a mid life crisis I did three things they were out of the ordinary one I started writing poetry second eight join date country music artist thank you the writing of the poor tree was the thing they were really out of character because I had never done any kind of writing show near even their interest and or tree before how long ago was that hosted twenty years ago what happened was I had written a book form and this one was the conversation between two people and they were lovers each one of them was telling the other how often chilled they had met they either their lives had been pretty much in a really bad but they were the angel that saved them the end a lot of people like to wear this come from you know because everybody knew me and they knew that my ex husband we didn't have much action this is a very passionate conversation well one night you know I had gone to bat yeah I woke up in the middle of the night and I said I've got it answer this question where this had come from and I started writing a book yes to two men one grew up in Minnesota his parents were native American and father was a trapper and the other gentleman was from Tennessee and his parents were Cherokee and his mother was of from very well to do family and it's a story about their lives and how they ended up each of them fighting in the U. S. union soldiers and then after the war they became friends and their kids ended up marrying one another and stuff so it helped that your your father was a historian hello yeah with your research them the message is kind of true full doesn't matter what your bloodline is everybody on earth is now we deserve to be able to have the right to live free and we shouldn't care people down just because they're different all any time you do something to help people out can be the single thing most important thing that happened so that person on that date I am hoping that people kind of get it we need it right now you're not kidding you are not kidding Stephen a Miller was a stockbroker who owned a couple of businesses and now he's written a book entitled reparations preventing the annihilation from CO two with a hydrogen fuel cell power system I'm curious how do you know about hydrogen fuel cell because I've been studying it for about three decades of his study and the the environment and energy it's just a matter of fact nobody seems to dispute the CO two is the primary problem that creates the extreme heat that creates a climate problem so I'm going to buy that and then the only way to generate electric power enough power to G. to power the entire country or the world actually without having CO two at all would be the use of hydrogen fuel cells the media has an absolute doll more propaganda that protects fossil fuel and never mentions how you can and you don't have to capture CO two if there is no CO two and the only way to generate electric power without having any CO two is by using hydrogen fuel cells that's a primary part of the book another issue in the book is that people just don't understand risk I don't know you know how long this is going to take and nobody else knows but when you know if you continue to generate CO two did eventually it'll become bad enough to to hurricanes in the fires actually white this all out of fruit in particular so it's a parent now especially with peace demonstrations the people are concerned about it but nobody understands that there's a remedy to it they're just saying we have to do something but they don't have any specific way of doing anything about it like okay we need to use hydrogen fuel cells is the only remedy there is no other one that's the main issue in the book I didn't think you would be so much obstruction to the to the book and there is an end next to save fossil fuel which is I heard it the two bookshelves will one my campaign for president and if I'm not the president of the United States none of this is going to happen.

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"robert knepper" Discussed on PodcastDetroit.com

PodcastDetroit.com

07:02 min | 2 years ago

"robert knepper" Discussed on PodcastDetroit.com

"Wayne I mean you get Northville Plymouth Canton Detroit. Grosse Pointe Detroit's boom and renowned the far north on no vice. So yeah you're right. Yeah you're right there so Yeah I mean in with doing six events a year. I think Chris and I are pretty set on just doing Oakland in in Wayne. It'll be. Yeah sorry AH maybe in the future but not by we grew up in mccomb. So you know it's interesting to you know what's interesting about this. If you think about real estate Brad like try not to kidding. Of course yeah. So if you think about real estate just think about about the amount and and this is just very like the amount of opportunities to create a living off of real estate right. There's just so many different ways. It's such a huge. I think we forget just because we do the mortgage side and we do the real estate side but the real estate in general is a is a huge industry in our in our world. It's massive right. It touches so many different like sub industries. I don't know if that's a real thing or not but that's what I'm GONNA call it. So many different industries and in professions are influenced and impacted directly by buying and selling homes. And and. That's what so realtors I mean for you guys partner I mean realtors there the in- influ- influencers. Yes I mean think about it you move into an area. They're going to ask the realtor. Where do you recommend go you you for this for that? They're asking the realtor so you guys are I mean. The realtors are such a resource to the people in the community. They thought so. Here's the thing too. So and and this is why we as a business as a mortgage company. We support realtors as much as possible Because the reality is you know sometimes people look at the mortgage side of it as separate from the real estate side of it and you know they don't get along some real estate agents look at the mortgage side is just part of it and almost like an annoyance right. Okay just get the deal don right. But the reality is real estate agents are out there generating leads and getting business and ultimately referring those that business to companies like us. They're so important. In in the real estate transaction we built our business on the fact that we built good relationships from real estate agents rights. And you no. It's not oh it's just where the people go first right right I mean should they go to mortgage I. I mean then we would be the most important for that but by the agents are actually out their boots on the ground like they know the areas the schools. They know this I know that. So that's why they go to them. I like yeah. They're like frontline out there like that. Yeah and then life for as a mortgage company. If you're not thinking of real estate agents as like real partners in value like like there's no sense in like why would why would a real estate agent work with someone and give them revenue and business if they're not supporting them. Yeah I mean it's like they're a storefront right like they have to have something something or a product for each thing. That is good right. So whether it's just the mortgage of the title company or an Inspector Insurance guy whatever right they have to have a full suite of things that that take care that client because ultimately they're the ones who they talk to. I am relying on them. The whole way there's real estate agents are super important born in a you know like you said Southie. My people get money from the real estate agents potential referral right. They're gonNA refer an inspector they're going to refer this. This is the mortgage company Title Company. Like all these facilitate the yeah to deal with all. These people are making money off. What they're doing? You know almost well I I guess that's one way to look at it just more or less like a necessity right. It's not necessarily like about even making the money. It's just who's who's part of that. That relationship right part of that sphere. Yeah Yeah so So I want to go into the terrorist background a little bit because Yeah Tera Ju just because I think it's interesting because you know I don't know how you got into the mega so we'll talk about that. I know Chris kind of got into it. talked him a long time ago. But you used to do Co. now is to sell nine years Hall of fame I walls in the in the factory. My face is in the factory on the wall. I like. I like a coat salesman. And you're like you know. Make make a living. There is a dude who just kills it. Yeah Logo Yeah Yeah. I'll tell you what anyone that does cut. We're having having our kids. We're my husband's already trying to get tyler my boys to sell it because it is like I mean I was. I was there for nine years and Chris was selling going for fifteen years. Yeah we both ran offices. We both sold quite a bit. He sold over. Chris sold over a million dollars in Cusco. So but I mean by the way I will tell you something it. I'll even know. This was a thing I mean. State teaches it as class for sales experience. CARRY-ONS I'm telling you what what they still do they did. I don't know if they still do. Don't quote me on that but I will say it was the best experience as a Coming out of high school if anyone wants to get sales experience go sell cocoa because they have the best training they teach you the sales process. Yeah the you call call basically. You're not cold calling you. Start Your friends and family but you learn get leads like I get excited because I I am passionate because I one hundred one hundred percent believe in what they do and I one hundred percent believe it as a gift because it is a gift people have forever Robert knepper forever guarantee so people when you buy. It doesn't investment. Listen I mean you need to get set a nice right if if you cook at home and you do things. He's so even if I think about it. What else do you use every single day? I mean think about it. You put your Logo Omega and that or inside a real say whatever you put it on a knife. They're going to see that every day so for realtors there amazing all right. I can hannatised Luke if Luke is listening. Come here and do a demo for them. Because I'm telling you anyways I can go on but I do one hundred. It's great experience dance of those guys. That like Sam's Club look they are not give while they are in Casco. Now I don't know where else are at because I've have been out of the loop because I was a stay at home mom for eight years and then Kristen I joined together to do real producers which was missing. You know interesting right because like If you think about their model like they have sales people who make a lot of money versus just going directly to a retailer and selling knives right but when you have someone pushed the same product. 'cause I mean I'm sure they're great knives right but so are whatever knives you buy at the store right. They're not.

"robert knepper" Discussed on IGeNIGHT Podcast

IGeNIGHT Podcast

08:56 min | 2 years ago

"robert knepper" Discussed on IGeNIGHT Podcast

"Three sisters from the same Mr bringing together in media listen as we collide create and connect and we kind of know Queens but we are here with Dr Amendment Autism Drift of intimation theater we're GONNA talk about new plant exploded which is a power certain piece of new writing that tells the lives of young people in education and holds a mirror on effing that issues and exposing the system that ignores all the most vulnerable in our society. Darren dating me than having been pages queens they had no clue who is blocking can you tell listeners yes I am. The director of charity called into mission which probably primarily Western jumping from the sixteen fifty twenty five who comes from a disadvantage backgrounds all deprivation kids Bellwood risk and young people young aspiring actors as well and they will attend program it's not about really about how good they are at the ready interested in that this one by power people to I have confidence in them to be the best versions of themselves so we mentor young people overtime bumps in every aspect of their life vacation social kid housing frightens me the space they have mental might've Walter similar profitable journey to and could you know just be us as Saudi boot in a the encouragement as either the end of the month they perform Shakespeare inspired play which the vines over that period inspired so a work and we kind of look at his shoes teams from a particular plate and impositions around that discussions around around those those stories Either we urged language with the work that the people kind of creep physicians this new fusion of classical contemporary text in new set you get into a fully professional run to invite audience from Wednesday decide as a sixteen forces which is an easy we do visit about not about putting as saying this industry is tough life is tough enough to kind of just be prepared you know physically Mentally Ah Challenges head so we tried to give the kind of a true flesh of walk what might be moving to mission reading me either I mean world why don't you kind of mission able since two thousand six the company well show I'm happy to talk about Buffalo Bob off because of our stories about young people and sometimes still documented and bows if you would in most of the vendors will open about so I came in in fact actually few pure accident saw kind of rub each Sunday on this day in reply to be fed all of positive influences around the veterans about was really saddened the teenage as mobile as always excluded happy visit the title now but the schools attorney she ads in real time stoop so this will be and Charles and then changed kings plus street where my school was was was interesting to me because coming from defamation coming from an estate with neighbors kitchen and then go and see in buildings tools you know sky rises office architecture people mafia suits predominantly white males walking thinking what Just the Justice you know why would they such a beep kind of get was he's difference about fish instead online at age it wasn't a negative because the door resentment or underside resented sister present you know the qualities and the only way I challenge it was through y full was the way the energy by making the only way to us I was making money will be wrong that she went really harbor she she was wounded I was so I kind of understand that monroe is different and so I cannot do the kind of the last eight several major might even through the drug is in those activities and stuff and so are highly involved in not of major for injured idea pay Being very ambitious from a kid vicious you know because I think respectively not was always kind of about how to climb the ladder to kind of maneuver my way to the top of something so that's pretty big thing did you know native fifteen sixteen I was outside the class a drugs because that was the most so you kind of make the highest priorities since he got arrested so intensified tossing money retrieved fighter Robert knepper unilab sentence so this notion which will be Windy Association Weeks Associates Yourself Charlotte's photos and he contacted his doctor dramas I would just gap and so I gave all leaving the mayor's starting on the purview just kind of watching Mrs enjoyed reading trying to guess the hardwoods which was indices basically he told Jason and the news just respond in an approximately flight will you need becomes your mind so somehow found myself discernible reflect replied members actually said but he said something about me being somebody the Sun will play with language that maybe he's got some bar responded which was pretty quick right and then just kind of difficult to cough maybe leaving an 'cause he was just kind of just kind of a museum words being in conversation or in in kind of relationship or somebody and responding to what we had conclude that reaction like the control of course the reaction from people interested to me and I think it was an moment this drama might be demeaned something about what exploit maybe I didn't think that back the type seventy now looking back Reserve and healthy saw was back to square one.

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"robert knepper" Discussed on Ghostwood: The Twin Peaks Podcast

Ghostwood: The Twin Peaks Podcast

14:01 min | 2 years ago

"robert knepper" Discussed on Ghostwood: The Twin Peaks Podcast

"On forbid. You know you hit flush with the toilet lid up and that whole vacuum thing happens happens while you're at it sucked down in the middle of the act so that could be awkward thoughts. Mr Jackpots Sandy core guy. Hey you know it's your faulty machines. That did this not me. Yep Yeah you know look He. He pulled the Lee. Put money in and pull the lever. What do you want from me man. It's not my fault or hundred twenty twenty five thousand dollars Bush. Yeah never ain't got time for you man. You're not in on this. No He's one of my favorite character actress by the way who Robert Knepper. He's a lot of I mean. He was great on heroes. You you is Great Anais Zombie just a lot of fun to watch transporter three. I think it was a lot out of fun. Mr Jackpots surprised you know like what a great comedic timing. He's got the the two of them together as the mission brothers fantastic 'cause sometimes you with Jim Belushi ago. Is Jim Belushi. You know like the Diet Coke of Jim Belushi Army John Belushi. That's what I meant. The Die Curve John Lucy. Here's the thing about Jim Belushi for me. Though I I am a huge fan of the man with one red shoe okay. I've never seen that movie. What see I know as you look how many movies you have to educate me on Charles. You just have to come over I know and I was I was remedy. That's what I'm saying. I'm reading this. We need like a movie club. Yeah we don't we totally do after podcast book clubs. We need a movie club at once a month. We're going to do movies movies really movie. podcast movies. Charles has seen that might be very limited download range on that one no no unless we talk about the frighteners either now. I have not wind up already too busy watching star wars for like the Fifth VIP forty-seven time exactly I gotTa Watch reruns of next Gen when I'm eating my lunch any afternoon. Oh my God if the clown is gonNA pennywise. The clouds allows gonna be. They're canceling can't sleep. Clowns will get me finally trial yet. It hurts you by the way I haven't haven't seen it yet pretty much going to see but I haven't seen it yet aarp so you you approve that. I approve it. Okay good yeah. That's good to know so now I WANNA associate more. 'cause I are Kinda things about it. It is worth it one hundred percent for You'll hate her. It's the accident. He's always good so here. We feel even worse for crack. MOMS kid because he goes goes wandering in the street on supervised and yeah. He's just found a bomb yeah. He's just found not of all things he finds me any touches it. You know why because you can't tell me that that is not just a spray painted air hockey you handle title hockey narrow rocks. Yeah you guys totally get what's coming coming to you like they're going to sit there in here to steal the car and this is where the Karma sets in get it. Karma kid is having quite a traumatic day yeah better so so so. Let's let's let's recap here. His mom is crack. Mom Tom he just got thrown rocks sat are you guys carjackers came in to throw rocks at him so they could steal this guy's talk and he just watched them all go up in a ball of flame yeah and then he guaranteed a you around there somewhere with the clamp. You still here yeah unfortunately ma or it will be. He's still alive. I can go back to sleep now. I can do some more crack. Oh man see I'm telling you this is not a good neighborhood goes up and grows up to be a pyromaniac. I WanNa know what happened was super villain so jay at the car wash go on. y'All missing it with me carwash Euro Irvine. It's the route three three fifteen key. You guys clean. Pele's clean place reasonably priced. I loved it. It says that on the key on the back of the that's what I need clean place replaced pretty epic so it's like all right. This is my job of in the entire series. Here is to mail room like a old hotel room key back to the great northern well and she gets to give the two rates and there was much rejoicing. There's much rejoicing for Norma. We miss you Lipton. We miss you so much inst- The wer and nothing has changed hardly hardly like maybe they get like redid the you know the the of Varnish on the paneling yeah this was this place was redone till look like it used is to and it really. I think I told you I watched this episode. Charles where that guy is sitting. That's exactly where I sat when I was there. This is a form my kids see bull cure yellow yellow his color so I did. I took a picture of a FORMICA table in that's what I it is. My catching that is awesome. I'm so jealousy. Were there twice twice. Uh now now you just twisting the knife. Norm has been watching shelly make bad decisions for thirty years now. She should be used to this now granted. She here chilies trying to help out her kid okay. He's trying to help her kid but in that she's unfortunately also but she needs to give a tough love at this point tells her she loves her. That's it. I'm going back to Riverdale Zana's hypnotize as just had a hurt hiccup. Oh I'm sorry that's okay. Are you okay. I'm sorry so so we have re reunited once again. Shelly Johnson or Shelly Briggs as it turns out. Kelly Briggs rigs enormous jennings. I don't know why she would have kept Jennings. Everything that happened with Hank the last time but okay well he owns. A business in the name of Jennings was Russo maybe because it's under her a and that name she has to keep her name yeah see the problem is when she helps becky she helps. Steven Wright and because he his way around to give them money right to Stephen Yeah. The only way to help becky is to get her away from him and have her. Come live with you even if that means read. Is there some times to. I don't care if she's not Stephen. That's the important thing somebody needs to point out to. Stephen that when you're a ginger mustaches are the way to go ginger. Moustache are right-out legiter mustaches. You gotta go big or you gotta go home. You Know Oh yeah. It's like you. GotTa really really commit to it. You gotta be like let's see. I'm trying to think of a good. You know you gotta be like huge bushy beard mustache or because you know this can't grow a moustache moustache problem. That's that's that's an issue but bad boina flashy car Yup. Shelley's daughter has type just like mom turns out literally wanted was a May. He didn't have to pay apple does not far fall from the tree and it's sad because you know her. Parents are very loving me. You say what you want to about bobby. He's very loving when it comes to becky right and and you know he's a cop stars. We know Bobby wasn't a bad dad. It Really GonNa really going to go out to dinner. There's like one restaurant here exactly that we have to go out of town ago to somewhere else to dinner because we've never seen another restaurant in the series ever maybe that maybe the dining room of the great northern maybe great definitely feedback as in get out. Get the hell out with and get the hell away from my daughter apparent yes. He also does cocaine but you know there's also heroin to sniff like Donald Trump at the podium I wonder if there's what does that mean to send same. Okay what this you know. Girls don't like this when you're trying to win them over all right. Just tell you that right now. I'm I'm sure but unfortunately for Becky. She's like kind of high right now. Yeah poor thing and you know yeah seriously. When you're seventeen you know the the cool guy in the fast car that might be fun but when you're married to the cool guy who can't hold a job and does heroin and cocaine and you'll has the same crappy fast car you know now I love. I love this sequence right here. Lynch you know with an overhead camera with a light sunlight beaming down or supposedly the sunlight beaming down and she has these big is in this big smile and it just fills up on screen as the Para Sisters. I love how you love me plays xactly it's just it's the durably tragic. Rodrick right and estate lynch does so well that kind of retro fifties five but with darkness on the flip side. That's exactly exactly what he does that is David Lynch short there but that dark Americana Awkward Moment in the elevator here to judge anybody's life but you got to be self sufficient. It's all I'm saying yeah. Hopefully Dougie didn't fart and the elevator get out of the way Doug. He moved MINJAH. He moved like a Cobra Jones Cobra anyways clown again what's going on right balloon spread balloons not right in Las Vegas. Let me tell you a lot of work to do overnight. I kept waiting for Dougie Doug Cooper to go like okay so the gun points at something and then go toward that wa I mean I kept thinking that was going to become into a directional in all this spring you how deeply lost inside of everything cooper releases you feel horrible for Cooper because he's trapped in there and he can't get out he's trapped in there and he can barely even remember why he's trapped. It's you know he's he was trapped in the lodge for twenty five years and now he's trapped inside. Dougie's shell of a body seriously. Meanwhile twin peaks sheriff's department meanwhile with all the donuts ever. I hope they have the insulin nearby I just I you know just just just one bag of chips some. Where's your starches man. God maybe a bag of doritos something we'll peanuts simple. You know a little bit of protein there you go. Maybe some baby carrots..

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"robert knepper" Discussed on NutriMedical Report

NutriMedical Report

11:27 min | 2 years ago

"robert knepper" Discussed on NutriMedical Report

"And welcome back to the report. We Have Jim Cole here in Jim the latest life machine. Can you give us the updates. It's going great. It's all about moving your shoes. You know we want. I bought the machines then I could see that. Stagnation of fluid in lack lack of motion was really causing a lot of you know accelerated aging a lot of problems a lot of joint goblins and brought this machine. It's just been a miracle. Michael worker of the sensory form of exercise is not. There's not the thing you could do. I mean even rebound or you can't rebound it. You know anything over three or four Hertz. we're this machine to seventy hurts and then you take it into a whole another dimension with your resonant frequency so now it's an amazing device exchange a Lotta live. He'd never had a complaint and everybody loved him. It is amazing now. Where there's a couple of things we had yesterday borough. She's actually she a nurse's thirty five years. She's got a machine over a year ago and she's read the manual and updated. We talked about things like that are in prolapse and so on and it's a the big problem. Fifty percent of women over fifty actually haven't especially if they have multiple babies and one of the problems happens is even the young mother under thirty or forty that has has decided to get to physically active after they have their baby will sometimes was writing actually precipitated problem not only that we have man who have we call bladder laugh with their prostate. So the same thing can work you can do pelvic strengthening exercises with widow to pass rate or or Kegalle balls and you can improve things dramatically the average person in a couple of months on the machine sometimes we talked to go you know doing the regular cycle because if you go to the full frequency eight to ten hertz say forty percent power it really puts a lot of extra strain on the body so you gotTa make sure you're doing other excises laying on your back and insulin otherwise you may end up with a flair and the thing is it will cure it. It'll prevent you from needing big surgery. It's big surgery to do the ligaments in the problem. Is We just ligament surgery. It tends to recur. It doesn't get better if you don't strengthen the muscles so the the sonic life teen fixes that the what I go through the ten frequency go for the Tim Cycle and I have resistance bands bolted the ceiling on an athletic bar and free weights and I can tell you that ten minutes is given onto according to the physiological and hour and a half of aerobics plus. It has more things that are overseas ever. Do this is far better than cross fit or independent independent weightlifting or anything so whatever the kind of exercise you do you need a sonic life machine whole body sine wave vibration exercise continued each muscle group your bones ligaments connective tissue poppy. Bernard place and then we have the genetic frequency therapy and now of course I give machine they automatically get the Sabadell Sabbath identify frequencies to Larry regenerate their body with every major minor mineral and inaugurated Nautilus it passed into or cancer generates actually nocco your immune cells so your immune system can be tuned up to actually get rid of styles passages so the combination is amazing. I mean I've been trying for the last week or so. Using using the sonic life me was savvas identify frequency with Naga lays blocking frequencies and it's absolutely mind boggling and doing more the research when I do a console actually do either quantum testing and or blood testing whole blood blood testing and I'm working on any frequency analysis through the acupuncture yeah puncher point so I can actually take specific minerals in each organ based on a quantum test or a surface spectral analysis of the mineral deficiency in each organ where there's Z. State because every disease state is deficiency mineral and gene induction the regulates structural proteins and enzymes and we're actually now discovering covering that that every disease has that kind of signature interesting isn't it oh it's very interesting very interesting and there's and there's more and more research with actual clinical research coming out on the benefits vibration therapy and was honored. Gibe region and I know there is one that was published and we have copies of all of us if people would like a copy of it but the study was for trail sclerosis and they found that fifteen hurts and I've been doing fifteen hurts daily it fifteen hurts actually Louis arrest the trails Karosas from becoming a worse in some cases reversed. That's that's another frequency. They republished one study on on twenty five actually stimulated adipose tissue stem cells in the body a lot a lot of research going on with the whole-body vibration yeah exactly it makes a huge difference val the genetic frequencies air is the other side and you can actually hear the sound in the room because it says it has a broadcaster sound platform and the base but you also can put an ear Jackson listen to it and it was ipods or a headset while you're exercising the genetic frequency therapy is right now we can put the mineral amino acid residents and I've also can put resin frequencies into blocks Pacific passenger so you got lyme disease. Thirteen virus for example cancer has a Epstein Barr virus in fungi in particular cancers stealth infection saying vascular disease so so vague but the resonant frequency in an awful the passage along with taking our anti pathogenic like neutral dine. PLAS- Miocene Allison met etcetera if I can give you specific nutrients to rebuild your organs like for example. We've got my red deer velvet. Dr Witches Patents. I A product that brings you back to the Beatles. We don't age we use optimize Orca Kathleen and these specific Oregon Peptides and I'm actually working on extracting the radiology frequencies from the peptides there so can actually put broadcast frequency not into the sonic life machine so we're trying to regenerate your liver your heart whenever I can actually down the road. I'll build actually via specific frequency for specific Argon regeneration while you take the peptides or without dependents because the way they work actually is a Senate resonant frequency to help you real Argon because as a present proteins degrade aid that resonant frequencies tells. DNA It's time to rebuild the organ and I'm working on extracting that radio frequency from knee together Santa Frequency from the peptides that were developed by Dr Cabinet at Russian Academy Wall-to-wall Yeah so what we're doing here by the way you you're you're. The only distributor of these machines has support Cetera in North America so you're not going to get a better price and you can't get service. If you have managed to get one say overseas he's and ship it here. You won't get service Dr Deal. You need a purchase romy. Answer my distributors you. I think you have to people are distributed. North America and we have a few months. The GO-TO tried to see if she could get a rose and get an alternative or better price. I'm thinking why do that. We're going to give you the best price we can and they found out that Oh JIM is a master distributor so those two people just work for him. They're not gonNA give better pricing has because he has the best he's not over gouging people giving the best price you canvassed machine brought in from South Korea right exactly and we have full parts in stock. We have full support. we offer the two year warranty. There are fat-storing machine that are out there in the black market machines out there and unfortunately I mean they're. They're pretty much crooks that are selling those machines and they they do. They have no warranty. Though in some cases we've got a lot of complaints they they the money they haven't gotten the machine's always going to be a black market to everything and unfortunately there has been with the phonic machines and I've been bringing these machines exclusively since two thousand five two thousand six I with the triple phonic and then the sonics and it's everybody needs to come with come to us or give us a call. You know will say legitimate ones do or not and just eh going on out there. Most unscrupulous people have their account well. The problem is the world. There's always gougers. That'll do things of Chris. You don't provide support afterwards so he wants part right right the thing I find most amazing of all this is the and and again all of the other machines out there. They're non sine wave are traumatic to the body the joints and get rid of mine ahead one from. Deke and we also used it was called TRIPOS. I pay one called Beiber slim and those are in years ago years ago and this life is far superior. When I wanted to make joint sore afterwards it actually makes better and it actually regenerates your body jewelry. Pablo you verbally and in fact I find after machine I can make a few stretches in here. Poppy Papa Papa while I'm on the machine actually does chiropractic on you. It's kind of a chiropractor this legs time between chiropractic sessions to keep their spying in their join right. Oh you're you're in it. Yeah and I think something that don't something that people don't really address. A lot is the stress special uh-huh exercise with everything in our life and once we start just with the gay today and watching the news you know people's Cortisol levels or adrenaline levels or nerve Robert knepper muscles are going up and and these are things that have to be controlled and they will you know what those triplane machines. They're going in several directions at the same time time and a couple of those directions are not healthy and they're going to induce stress response over time for sure divest. Tell us to take a gel like and put it into your gel container on top one of these non sine wave machines and it'll it'll shatter the GEL apart. I mean horses are not good for your physical body Wadi. Where's the sign we won't do that now. We're things are going and I called nutrients. Determine I've coined you. Don't just I ne- nutrients you need nutrients and I'm GonNa go back a bit the Earth's magnetic flux field if falls and rises and right now. It's been falling for many tens of thousands of years years. at the time of Adam Eve was four thousand times stronger. Shuman residents of the earth the primary frequency at nine points hurt the side band frequencies and they affect practice called the Lynn Afaq which pro push electrons dealer overall shooter. DNA telomere antenna talks to you ryan channels and opened up and turned on messenger to make structural proteins eighteen since I've been all an enzyme is a protein wrapped around a mineral to make your break chemical bonds those building blocks of life. DNA doesn't go for anything other than protein. That's it every other metabolic activity body is due to an enzyme which is a protein wrapped around Mono Tomek mineral to make or break boss and everything to regulate saddest minerals or mental risen frequency so you don't have the mineral in your body which you need the right supplements and you don't have been residents. I called nutrients now. What's happening happening is we're. Introducing to the Environment Talk E toxins I call them which are frequencies that basically shut off your DNA and set off Brooklyn Message Ernie so if you have any toxin let's say a Murray Bell. sleipner ceiling should save every mercury in your body and anything in that vertical. I'm the periodic table of elements. It has a similar vaillant..

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"robert knepper" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

11:59 min | 3 years ago

"robert knepper" Discussed on WGN Radio

"WGN live in the AllState skyline studio eighteen stories above beautiful downtown Chicago here till five AM Steve Grzanich has the opening bell at five Steve Cochran at six. And yeah, and yeah. So we're here. Three one two nine eight hundred seven two hundred triple play Thursday. One artists three songs hits your requests in at three one two nine eight one seven two hundred three zero one area code requesting. James taylor. That's Carolina on my mind. We were talking about some reboots and remakes TV reboots right now, we'll get to movie remix as well. A little bit later on. But we're trying to to narrow down to the good ones, the ones that actually made sense. The reason why we're talking about is. Because I really great reboot is coming back is going to come back streaming season three on net flix, and that's the reboot of one day at a time. And I want to thank Stephen to key for joining us there earlier to talk about it. So that's what got us on to this. And then that got us onto TGI Fridays. TGIF? TGI friday. No, that's the restaurant. Next the restaurant. So did we find out anything more about the baby talk? Yeah. You know, just unfortunate. I think Belushi anywhere apparently, George Clooney wasn't a couple of episodes. Craig Beer cO is in it. Craig Beer cO was in it. One episode. Maybe it was Tony danza. Maybe Tony danza. He was the voices. Maybe Tony danza actually had a part on it. But also provided the voice because I just remember both Dana, and I laughed out loud at the opening credits during the opening credits. There's a guy like under a sink doing plumbing work, and it was and he would he had a credit on there. And we both just busted out laughing. And I can't remember can't remember who it was. That's where the I like peanut butter. He likes to jam. That's the song that's playing on the opening credits. So stupid daynuss fault. Man. I'm gonna call them wicker up right now. All right. Coming up next here on this on this list from business insider, not very good received was the nine. Oh, two one. Oh. Reboot which was on the CW. And that ran from two thousand to two thousand thirteen the original Beverly Hills nine oh, two one. Oh ran on FOX between nineteen ninety and two thousand. Critic said the new nine oh, two one. I was only chance for a long life is if divests itself of all the skinny teens and concentrates on the second childhood of the class of nineteen Ninety-one Jonathan Bernstein from guardian. Did you watch the reboot of nine? Oh, two one. Oh, I did not catch it now. Did you watch the original? No. Yeah. I never I never did. I never I mean, I didn't get into it. Either. Dated a girl who was obsessed with it. Yeah. Didn't last very long. Now, here's what I don't. Even remember existing. Heroes reborn. Yeah. From two thousand fifteen to sixteen so lasted one season. The critics critics score of it was forty three percent. The average critic score of the original seventy one percent. I liked the original show. I thought I liked heroes. I thought heroes was a good show. The original series ran from two thousand six to two thousand ten. Heroes. Reborn reintroduces a world clogged with new characters and conspiracies to unravel. But it's so bent on being convoluted that those mysteries quickly lose their appeal. David SIMS from the Atlantic. Did you ever watch heroes reborn? No, I remembered though, they they did a big hype campaign for it. And then it was like after that. I was like, Nope. Still not good. Yeah. I remember heroes went down in quality. I remember love the first season. I thought the first season that you did you watch your rose. Right. Oh, really? You know, it was one of those kind of liked your TGIF times. It's like, oh, you know. We're just had other things going on a lot of people who loved it. But I just didn't have the tattoo to catch. It. You know, who did the music for heroes? Right. Who's that Wendy and Lisa from the revolution? Yeah. But I never watched heroes. Reborn. I enjoyed heroes. I for a while it did it did kind of fall apart after after a few seasons. But I really it was that was appointment TV for a while for me. I mean, I thought it was great others, really, really great. Prison breakout. I can't believe they even brought prison bake break back. I can't believe it came back in two thousand seventeen critics reboot score was fifty three percent. The original ran from two thousand five to two thousand eight. You know, my friend. Mike view had a recurring part on that show. And he said the best part by far of doing that show because you know, he wasn't pleased about like he thought his role was dumb. He thought the show was dumb. And it was but again because Mike was on it. I watched it. And he was on. I think he had a four episode arc. He played one of the one of those one of the main bad guys. Stay one of his stooges you know, what I mean in the prison. He was like the bad guy in the prison. One of the main bad guy, Robert Robert Knepper was the bad guy in. In prison break and Mike played like one of his, you know, flunkies. What he said by far? The best part was he worked with Robin Tunney. So we got to you got to meet Robin Tunney, and he was thrilled about that. And I was that was unbelievable jealous. I was like you get the hang out with Robin Tunney because at one point Mike was you know, he was he his scene wasn't going to be shot yet. And they had called break they were setting up another shot. So he went a button near like back by the trailers, and he was outside and he lit up a cigarette and Robert Tony came out and walked up to him. And she bummed a cigarette for Mike Savater. That's his claim to fame right there. Not going out to dinner with Johnny Depp. When he was making. What the hell was the name of that public enemy? Now, that's not like the claim to fame when Johnny Depp. Like, basically bought out an entire restaurant closed it down. So that the entire cast can eat and hang out till four in the morning. And then he foot the Bill. Johnny Depp, wasn't that. Robin. Tony bummed a cigarette off of him. And he was like a Amanda, and I agree with them. I agree. I'm like Reverend Tony that's much cooler than hanging out with Johnny Depp. Dynasty. Here's here's what here's what I remember about the when they rebooted dynasty a couple of years ago. My mom was mad. She was mad because she loved dynasty. She was obsessed with dynasty. She watched it every week like you couldn't go into the room while I'm mama's watching dynasty was one of those deals where it was like don't talk to me. Don't look at me. Don't ask any questions. Not even during the commercials. So she's like, why would they remember my mom being really mad when she found out that they were rebooting dynasty on the CW. Critics said the trying too hard dynasty reboot on the CW is this show that just doesn't deliver on the sleazy charm of the original Brian celery. Coach blind Tila Rico, our good friend, Brian Taylor Rico wrote that. Twenty four legacy was a reboot from a couple of years ago. That was the one that it. Kiefer's not on it. Right. It's the other guy the man I can't remember his name Corey Hawkins. Yes. Hawkins. Critics said maybe this isn't the time for stereotypes and gunfire. The original twenty four came on precisely at the right time in late two thousand one maybe this twenty four should try again later, that's Tom long from Detroit News. I never watched I stopped watching. Here's the thing. Two twenty four like everybody else. The first season. I watched every episode, and and it'd be you know, I mean, obviously that show really captured every everybody's imagination. And it was you know, what I mean? And the the idea of it was really cool, you know, and like every hour was an hour in this in in what was in his inject Bowers life, and all that the only the issue was like then was once we start vis vis besides the gimmick being very fresh Nobody'd ever really done anything like that before. And. It was it was also very well may show and keep yourself on his great on that show. He's great. He's great as Jack Bauer. But then people would start going like after it was on maybe the fourth or fifth episode people were like this guy's got to take at some point. Right. That was like you. Remember people talking about that? It's like what you say is this. He is he not gonna move his balls for twenty four hours. Is that is that what's happening? And then people started asking what about this? What about that? Can't he's gotta eat at some point. Right. He can't just run around defusing bombs shooting people. He's got to stop for a sandwich at some point. Now the sleeping part. You can you can understand because you know, we've all pulled all nighters slate up state up twenty four hours and in his attempt situation to Jack Bauer was in for that twenty four hours. You can understand why the guy didn't get a lot of sleep that we understand. But everybody's got a PU. You know, this is the question if we're going to see are we getting the camera going to go to the toilet with him? Then you started nitpicking the hell out of it. Because it's a it's a goofy premise, you know, you can't sustain any kind of reality on it. And that's fine. But I didn't care. A. My disbelief was was there. It was fine. And I it was fine. But then it just started to get remedy was it was kind of a ridiculous show from the very get go. But it was really good. Then it got really ridiculous. It got really ridiculous. And listen, I like Chicago, Bert a lot. I really do. I think she's great. She's currently on the ranch with Ashton Kushner, and Sam Elliott and Debra winger, and you know, she played Jack Bowers daughter on that, and it was like she was trapped by a mountain lion. At one point you were talking about my legendary thing she's trapped by online and at one point Jack Bauer is like kills a guy with his teeth. I was like what? I spent my United suspended. My my my belief my display for for as far as I could. And then things like the mountain lion. And it was it was the was the episode were more power killed a guy with his teeth. When I went out. I can't I am done with this. So I didn't watch it when when it came back again. And then obviously, I'm not going to watch the legacy thing. Because the one thing I really love that. I thought was consistently great about twenty four was Kafer. And if Kiefer's not going to be on it, and they're gonna have mountain lions and teeth killings. I'm not gonna I can watch it. All right. We're talking about reboots and remakes three one two eight one seven two hundred is the phone number. If he would like to jump in here for talk and text when it comes to the weather. We all want to know what it skilling say watch for updated forecasts with Chicago's most trusted meteorologist that would be Tom skilling. Weeknights on WGN TV..

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"robert knepper" Discussed on KHVH 830AM

KHVH 830AM

06:24 min | 3 years ago

"robert knepper" Discussed on KHVH 830AM

"Kamata on kids. We h. Delight to be with you. And again, it's the Bill newer reduce show. John Matthews is the first voice that you hear when you give us a call at five to one eighty three eighty three wanna let you know that eleven o'clock this morning that President Donald Trump is sharing a very important announcement. It's an indicating that it relates to the southern border. There are speculative. It is that he would he's making a declaration of national emergency. I don't know about that. But there is a very it's important enough that he wants a national announcement. So be sure and be with us right here on k h v h because as what we do. We'll bring you all the news you need and that'll be at eleven AM this morning. So we encourage you to be with us via with the homeowner remodeling show. It is coming up. First night is going to be on Friday, Saturday and Sunday. What is it you like about this show? Why? How do we invite our friends and say this is why you should come and see us and come to the show. I think just just all the suppliers and all the people that are there. It's it's just a good time. You know, if you have any questions about the construction industry, please stop by our booth. Ask us questions. That's what I like the most. I mean, we we get folks coming up to her the whole time asking us an assortment of question, I bet and it's it's trying to answer. Those questions is just the the best part about it. I think it's totally gee, I love it. As a layperson fascinated with the industry because there are all of these elements, and I just think it's. It's going to be every time. I go I learned something. And I think that's really the objective, and you don't have to necessarily be a homeowner yet. You don't necessarily have a project in front of you. Definitely. It's a way to get inspired to learn. And maybe the next step will be that. Yup. Let's head out to Dwight out in ever beach. Dwight we appreciate your call this morning, bro. You're on with Brett Aloha. Robert Knepper beach. Oh, my bed might see. Now is it is it is that the effective patrol in the morning. I'm just curious that I had four is that a good thing. Sorry about that, brother. You're all you're all good. Okay. Good. Thanks for taking my call. I've got a general question a little bit overwhelmed as far as getting started on on remodeling project. And it's because we started out trying to okay, we're gonna get a guest bathroom. And now, we're adding the kitchen to that. And now it's grown into covered one. I, and so I guess my question is is it better to just do those one at a time have some come over give a bit get ideas and knock out one time, or is it cost effective? More efficient to say. Here's my big thirty thousand feet overview of what I want done. You know, let's do it all at one time. So question it is a good question. So so I think if you can afford it. And if it's in the budget to do everything at once, it's definitely the most cost efficient way to go about doing it. If you partition it out there will be additional costs. I do think there'd be ocassional costs. But also, I mean, can you live in your home or all these things are getting done? There's there's a lot of things to think about if you do partition out and and say do your master bath at once kitchen at once. You you might be able to stay in your house wall construction is going on. Although it'll spread the time the construction time out exponentially. But so do you recommend that? If there is this type of work, and you have some extensive things and there's impact obviously. And you do it all at once do you recommend that families? Listen, just for the period of this time, if you have families, you can stay with friends it's going to be so much easier. If you're just not in the house while top one hundred percent hundred percent, I think on all sides. It's better. It's better for the people in the field. It's better for the construction company. It's better for forever. Young Robert is that something that you've been considering to speak about the moving out part. But if anything to make it go faster who there we do have family, and and contractual in that kind of thing. So gotcha. Yeah. Let's especially for I think the kitchen. You know bathrooms? Gilly out of their bats here. But if they're going to do it all at once, and they're going to be working at the same time. And it's probably not they'd have kids and a dog around. So and there's there's you know, there's a little bit of a health. A health thing that you you might want to be worried about construction and causes a lot of dust and dust is definitely not great not our friend not are. So may I ask Robert where are you in your planning, and it's cetera. Where are you on this project? Well, for example, that bathroom we know. You know, what color cabinets kind of beer new walk in shower taking out a bathtub kitchen, we replacing the cabinets, basically and the counter Cobb. So we kinda know step by step. What we want it covered. The ni- is another is another issue. We're, you know, we're different roof designs, and how wide you know, that that one I think we need some design help and that kind of thing the other one we can pretty much say, here's what we want. But Then. then when he gets to expanding the backyard, you know, doing a nice patio, and all that I think there's so many options. I guess it depends on the budget could even get get some landscape architectural. Yeah. Yeah..

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"robert knepper" Discussed on Now Playing - The Movie Review Podcast

Now Playing - The Movie Review Podcast

04:32 min | 3 years ago

"robert knepper" Discussed on Now Playing - The Movie Review Podcast

"And this is played by Robert Knepper, who you might remember as James Baluchis, brother and two beaks the reason season he was one of the casino owner, I actually went to the eternal sunshine of the spotless mind place. And I don't know there is a twin peak season three. No it didn't. But to your point that they have the Russian police as well as INTERPOL chasing him should be adding more to the story, but Yuri is working with the d'appel ganger to try and smooth this over they just want to stop the hitman that they hired and then they can cover all of this up, but he's hiding from INTERPOL he saying, obviously, the assassin CIA because if it's that gives us jurisdiction, even though at no point is Whittier saying, why would the want to kill the American friendly politician? Right. And then we also have some chunky Russian cop like bad at his job and gets half his men killed when they infiltrate the hotel as so he's not working with your E. He's working with Whittier. Right. Meanwhile, Michael Ovalles is they're just like confused constantly. This whole thing is needless, and yeah, here's the thing is it's got just enough action and enough momentum to keep me from being bored. And you're right, Justin. I don't remember this film mush from seeing it in twenty eight as watching it. I remember disappointment. I remember not liking it. I remember general distaste for it. But I didn't remember the plot. At all as I didn't remember also that the star actually wasn't Billy Zane thought. It was not Timothy Ola fans. But yeah, I'm trying to figure out if they're going to explain this away. And especially what point does nica have in all this. And what does she see in forty seven? She's like stripping and crawling top of him and grind and he throat punches her her. Yeah. He'll literally inject her to put her down like a dog you at youth. Trying to make love to. Yeah. I thought I missed like some sort of subplot of how these guys were all like castrated. Mike, you take the opposite. Right. We haven't seen a woman for an entire adolescence. You like a gang mob. Like, it'd be worried about the ball guys that are shaping on. But no the middle of this movie is agent forty forty-seven and Nika going on missions that don't seem to have much to do. But eventually circularly get them back to Saint Petersburg. They basically go talk to the head of their agency big Baldy Smith in Moscow. This is where I'm really confused because I thought all those ball guys were trying to kill him. But his boss is not there's boss. It's just a ball. It's a CIA agent agent. Forty seven knows you give him a two page. Scarlet. To make him. Look, nothing like the pack of bald guys that are killing him at every turn. Because then I didn't understand not only is this guy going to work for them. He's going to give them tips about well. Why don't you pursue the brother and impersonate this arms dealer not? But he's going to buy this Russian hor a vineyard. That even about. Here's what's going on is Smith is from the hitman games. He's just CIA guy who thinks he and forty seven or friends and forty seven is like this guy's just an incompetent douche. But he's bald in the games like bald bald. But like got the hit you hair, you change that. I don't care what it is in the game to help of movie audience that has been told that everything bald is trying to shoot our main character, you create his ally with hair, that's all I'm saying movable would have put an American flag on his coat to let us know. Yeah. You're right. Can we at least have some setup for agent Smith? Isn't it really lucky out of nowhere? This guy. Just dais X CIA calls up CIA friend. You're going to get me out of everything. If I kill a drug runner for you..

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03:43 min | 3 years ago

"robert knepper" Discussed on Now Playing - The Movie Review Podcast

"He did a admirable Eastwood impersonation on dead wood. But he's not doing a voice in this. He's using his natural speaking voice, and it sounds like because he didn't care about creating a character here doing much with it. It was a house payment kind of feels that way. Well, which version did you guys see did you see that the ethical Arush rated cuts or did you find this unrated cut, which is I think a little more prominent now it took a little digging, but I got to watch both, Jamie. Cut is the one that's everywhere. If you have this on home video Blu Ray, DVD, you have the unrated cut if you've purchased this through most digital download places you have the unrated cut. It turned out though. I tunes did have the R rated cut. It is one of the softest arse. I have ever seen other than the fact that I know you can only say fuck once in a PG thirteen film, and within thirty seconds of this film. Somebody says fuck like okay, did they get it out of the way early or no vase a fuck a lot in this film other than that? I think that movie quota Ben PG thirteen sounds like FOX wanted it to be thought it should be. And then the unrated cut certainly has more gore. It seems like the r rated cut was the real cut with live free or die hard. They made a PG thirteen cut. And then they actually see, gee, I'd in more blood and sold it on video as unrated here. I think the blood was already there. They see some of it out the scenes that Xavi directed that. Got caught were exceptionally gory lead bullets through the arm blood hitting the lens. It was fun stuff. It was good action. But it was not PG thirteen. Yeah. Again, that's reminded me of frontiers is the whole reason to see his horror movie because that is alternately what half that film was about. Just watching people get poker's in the eyes and arms cut. It happens in the beginning of this movie. Army? Why don't we get into it? Give them the plot. We'll talk about hitman Timothy Oliphant is agent forty seven as a child he was an orphan. No, not genetically engineered when they re cut Xavi as film, they cut out everything about cloning. And now, he's just an orphan trained to be the best assassin in the world agent. Forty seven was top of his class. He's been killing for years and for the last three of those years. He's been hunted by INTERPOL agent. Mike Whittier played by do grey, Scott when the movie begins. Agent. Forty seven is given a contract to kill moderate American friendly Russian president, Mikhail Bella cough. Played by over Thomson, a caveat. Is that the hit must be public forty seven degrees. And using a sniper rifle he makes the kill with a headshot. But after forty-sevens notified by his agency that he was spotted more it appears Bella cough is still alive. Appearing on TV having been grazed, but forty-seven is positive. He got a clean shot in the middle of the man's forehead. Forty seven goes to kill the witness a prostitute named nica played by Olga curry Linko, but forty-seven quickly realizes it's a setup. This woman's never seen him before. Indeed other hit-men from forty-sevens agency are trying to kill forty seven and Nika. See Belikov is dead. He had a decoy to avoid assassination, but the decoy decided to perform a coup forty seven killed the real Bella cough and the decoy who also played right over comps. And of course, was going to take. Over he was aided in this by Russian FSBA agent. Yuri Mark lov played by Robert Knepper, the two people who could expose this as forty seven. Who knows the real Belle cough was shots and nica who was bell coughs private sex worker..

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03:49 min | 3 years ago

"robert knepper" Discussed on Now Playing - The Movie Review Podcast

"Buck. Fuck yourself. Listener discretion advised. Do what I do. Today. We're discussing hit main. Starring Timothy elephant dough grace, Scott Robert Knepper, Olga curry Linko, directed by Xavi a jen's where I was raised. They didn't give us names. They gave us numbers mine with sixty nine when I co host now playing I go by the aliens of army God unlucky thirteen Stewart here. The number jokes are out there. This is Justin Justin your our number one year, the New Year's baby date one one. So happy birthday. Oh, it's your birthday. And we're doing this to you. Yeah. Thanks, guys. Create it. All I need to know about hit, man. I remember this as a kid I'd go to see a movie, and if the trailers were shit, I'd be like, oh, boy, I'm in fort. But if the trailers were good, I'd be like, okay. This is going to be a good movie. The trailers that played when I put in my hitman, Blu Ray AVP requiem followed by live for your die hard. I'm like, okay. Where's the lube? I'm going to need some. Yeah. You know, I worked at FOX at this time. We've talked about max Payne another video game movie that they made they struggled and those years to make hit movies. They didn't want to put a lot of money into it. They had a roster of people people that worked with again. And again, it wasn't whether they were great or not it was just more of like. Yeah. They showed up and they turned in the project on time and somewhat on budget and hitman was Abbad est. Hit. I mean, it's hard to say that it was a blockbuster. But it doubled the profits of the budget and internationally this thing got pushed over one hundred million. So I guess there are people. Out there that know this property in like it. I never watched it while I was there. I just didn't feel like it was something that I needed to see I had no knowledge of the video game. And I suspected wrongly the video game was some kind of shooter in which you were in a futuristic world, and everyone looked bald and you had to shoot, I don't know maybe the people with hair. And to put it in perspective, this movie only costs twenty five million. So when you say one hundred million most people are like, that's it. I mean, if aqua man made one hundred million it would be doomed, but for twenty five million dollar movie like the five dollar blackjack table, low risk Glover ward. That's how FOX played it every year. I saw this as soon as it came out on video because I was a fan of the hitman video game the first hitman game came out in late two thousand and that was probably the apex of my video gaming life. I had review games dot com. Where alternate I'd go through all the classic games chronologically. But then every other review, and I can't say every other week because it took me sometimes month to play a game or something because games could take forty eighty hours to beat. But I'd intersperse it with have like leisure suit. Larry the SIMS kings quest hitman and hit man was a big. Game back. Then that looked really exciting. I bought it day one that it came out. I was reading, of course, all the gay magazines. I knew it was coming. I'd seen the ads read interviews with developers. But what's cooler than being an assassin? I realized I've always had a love I asses just digging. They're so bad ass with their sniper rifles and their demeanor and how they walk in. They have no emotional attachment. And if they're good they walk out again..

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