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"rogen" Discussed on Anna Faris Is Unqualified
"Can get very addicted to the drama. So it makes it hard. I think to just accept somebody else's love in a full healthy way. Drama with love or with passion older you. I. Am thirty four now because you're in relation for five years. For five years ended ended five years ago you were very young. This is your first serious long-term relationship and it was a lot of drama, and so that's another thing you need to unlinked like love and drama like some people think that love is drama because their relationships early formative ones we're very chaotic or high conflict, and then they seek that out or they think that if there isn't that kind of drama and conflict, there isn't passion and that's not true. I do want to ask you something seemingly left field. How long was it between realizing you're gay and coming out of the closet I was. I guess I fully came to terms with. Myself at around twelve. And came out around fifteen sixteen. Okay. So why do we come out despite the fear parental rejection and the fear of violence the fear of all the bullshit that we're going to encounter why it's because I'm just gonNA question because we reach a point where the pain of being closeted the pain of living that lie is greater. We know it's greater than any pain we could encounter coming out. That the pain of coming out seems like it can't be worse, right? You're in a similar situation with this love thing where you're afraid to love again because what if you get hurt again eventually, you'll realize the pain of denying yourself love and the pain of being alone when you do not wish to be alone and some people do and they're not in pain and we have to recognize that there are a lot of people there are happy and single but the pain for you being alone the certain pain, the known pain the known pain you experienced being closeted is greater. You know it will be greater than whatever pain you might encounter loving again and getting hurt again and you will get hurt again you will. You will get your heart broken again you know it's just like it's built into the experience, his with Dan Savage. Jew New podcast down sir? No but it's true and if there is comfort just like a scar that you get as you go through life, you're going to cumulate more of them which you're signing up for your signing up to get your heart stomped on again. It's how you know you have one getting. It's dumped on every once in awhile. And you have to embrace it. You have to embrace that pain and and that's partly what you're signing up for is the risk of that kind of. Paying, but it's the risk of that kind of pain as opposed to the you're in now, which is concrete and certain Dan. What do you think though about Chris's relationship with his mom I think he should continue to have that relationship with his mom if you decouple like you love from. This guy and can like. See these two things that I just kind of unpacked with you differently than the relationship with the mom isn't a threat isn't what keeps the love for this boy alive this mess alive I thought that the whole time they friends and family were telling me you got to cut her I think. The only thing that I would be concerned about is how much of your friendship with His mom revolves around concern for the axe for the Sun I. Think. I would just be aware of that end if you find yourself having these extensive conversations about him and his divorce and in the abusive ex that can you know intensify your? What's already your your heartbreak in your obsession a bit with the break-up. So I would just clock that agree and I completely agree like if all you talk about with mom is the axe and the drama and their divorce and your time with the exit can keep it alive for you. But if you have a relationship with her now, that's about other. And if you have A. Relationship with her now we're of the X. comes up. You could say I wanNA talk about him like it just isn't good for me and she can respect that and change the fucking subject. Then you continue to to be friends I think it's smart because so many divorces and broken families and blended families I just feel it's unnecessarily. Spreading the pain around if you divorce somebody but they had a good relationship with your family, you can't demand that your family cut that person out of their lives they had a connection that they established four you and because of you when you're not in charge of their emotional needs and their connections in their friendships and they if they want to continue to see your exit, the X. wasn't abusive there's. A really good reason why your family needs to cut that person off deference and loyalty to you. It was a low conflict relationship in an amicable divorce ornamental partying I. think it's better for people to stay in each other's lives than to not yeah. Increase I. Wish I could tell you like get back on that horse or whatever. It's such a crazy time right now, which is also something to be recognized. I wish there was an easy fix to your sense of guarded nece sort of telling yourself. I can't do this because I'm afraid of getting hurt. Tell yourself I am going to get hurt. And I'm going to get hurt worse if I. Don't do this. Chris thank you for sharing. Thank you so much and thank you Dan. You're welcome luck. Yeah. Thank you guys Chris by by. Dan Thank you so much for doing this. I think you her way better at it than. Really officiated. By..
"rogen" Discussed on Anna Faris Is Unqualified
"Before they occur and I do think that that is something that has probably been helpful to me at times creatively, but it's not a good trait to have my day to day life. You know what I mean I. Think it's something I developed through being very critical of my work and really trying to punch holes and things. Things that I was doing and really trying to project. Okay. Is the worst thing someone could say about this? So how do I fix that? How do I make this as good as it can be in my head, and then that trait has like spun out like every element in my life and I just project the worst possible outcomes for a lot of things. All right. What would you consider your greatest achievement? Man I don't know probably my marriage and relationship with my wife. Honestly, it's one of my longest lasting she rents. And I'd say, I'm like a day to day basis it is. You know it is the thing that like, I, like the most regular happiness and gratification from just. Being in a very good relationship. My wife who I love and respect very much and who generally loves and respects me back. Had So sh-, and to a lesser degree, my partnership with Evan is also a very I think like those long lasting partnerships and relationships are things that I? View as being very special elements of my life. You know, I'm with you very much. So because I am notorious for neglecting relationship, I am as well. So there's there's a few. So the ones that I've kept, I'm very proud. I Adore, Lawrence. So you guys met L. said, yeah. Her friend was dating a friend of mine and we met at a birthday party at L. Sit. Yeah. That Co like me because it was good. It was Jimi Goodwin and Whitney Cummings as joint birthday party. It was around sixteen years ago. Maybe fifteen and a half years ago, something like that, and it was great. There was another guy she had just been on a date with at the party who she was mostly talking about, and what's funny in retrospect is at the party I, was there with my friend will reiser who was dating. Lawrence friend who had recently been diagnosed with cancer and I as a joke kept. Kind of. Nudging him to write a movie that night and in my head I was like, Oh, I'll be like the funny friend of the guy with cancer who's kind of using the cancer to pick up girls which I was literally doing that night and. Not only was it very endearing and I started dating Lauren will reiser the movie became fifty fifty. That's amazing and you guys have been married for how long? We've been married. I. Swear you saw. I, adore you. You are the best I have no sense of time. Either how can you live in Los Angeles and it's sunny every day. I have no sense of timing whatsoever. We've been. Married for nine years. Okay if you were forced to travel or had the choice of traveling between. Or Boat, let's say. Long Distance I'll start there and then I've got a couple followups. I'd go train I don't know if I would do well on a long term boat excursion I. Think I get seasick. So on a scale of one to ten, let's say you weren't a movie star and you it's impossible for me to conceive of that reality even even for a moment, I'm sorry. Okay I'll try. Your trajectory was completely different. You were hardcore into a mountain biking, and let's say you operated bike tours and Kabo San Lucas and you met like these awesome people. Maybe you were kind of crushing on a girl or whatever, and they are all heading out to the marquesses. Sounds Fun. Let's say like a sixty foot sailboat and she wants you to go. It's going to be like a two month journey. WHOA. I mean I think it'll take like a month to get their think. Do they have? We'd yeah. They have a Lotta weed than I would go even go then then you. Would you do as like a team member on the boat I would do my best. I, would I would probably be rendered pretty useless because like I I, there's a real danger I'd be vomiting the entire time time like the we may mainly that suppresses maybe it would help. Maybe I'd get used to it. Maybe I'd get my sea legs. I would try how helpful would you be? Yourself as the cook or are you like? The main set I know nothing about this stuff what I be hoisted hoisting the. I Cook Type Person I think. Yeah. That would be. Could Chop. Yeah I. I'll provide food for the crew I. Think would be my role of the ship or swab the deck I've always wanted to swap things so you're not exactly Exactly MVP, but you're somewhere in there pulling my own weight, but I'm not making life that much easier for everybody you could be. You know with your singing. Exactly with my magic ability that this version of. Do you play any instruments? No. I played the saxophone when I was very young but. I. have. Not picked one up since I was eleven years old. Visual, not that cooling instrument for an eleven year old to play. I don't know I could play. Love me tender by remember at that, Buddhist. Those, my head. Okay. We're GONNA get onto dealbreakers. Cool, and this is a special dealbreakers tailored for you. Normally, we do dating ones, but this is Would you? Would you smoke it? Would I smoke it? I liked. It's four a M and you're driving home from set in, shreveport? Yes. When a police officer pulls you over, he tells you. He tells you that he's a big Fan. And then he submits you to sobriety test after you pass the test, he asks you if you want to smoke some of his moonshine lead. Would you do it? No and I know I wouldn't because I was once faced with a very similar situation in New Mexico. Where I was shooting a very small town. Called, a stunt, Zia I believe on the outskirts of new. Mexico. And a cop asked me. He came up to be showed me a picture of like a bunch of weed plants. He's like growing these in my basement produced a joint and was like, do you want to smoke this joint with me? And I, it was one of those internal bottle logs rows like. On what had the story of read with a COP I? Guess is what baby I would like to have on the other hand. Is this like the most simple? Sting operation in history and I'm about to be like the dumbest motherfucker to ever get arrested on the planet. And so I said, no. So I did not do that, but I will cop has asked me to smoke weed with him before. Yes. Okay I think more than, what's that was like? Time I think it's happened. Okay, here we go. Michelle Obama asks you to be on her new podcast. Before the interview, you run into Barack on the back porch getting high. He begs you not to tell. Michelle. He says she hates marijuana and she can always tell when he's high and she can always tell when he's lying and then he offers you a hit. Would you smoke it? Of course? Yes. On a thousand percent. Okay. But then we're sure. 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"rogen" Discussed on Anna Faris Is Unqualified
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"rogen" Discussed on The Endless Honeymoon Podcast
"Okay we'RE GONNA CALL MIA in New York City Hello Mia this is. Her weight is it. This is she. Okay Mia yes. Okay Tasha Jeroen Moshe cashier. And we have our friends. Lauren. Miller and Seth Rogan Jewish droopy. We've been describing ourselves on for later. Okay Great Neil. What's happening why did you? Why did you contact US beyond just getting Jewish Dream Team so Two years ago I started corresponding with a inmate in Kentucky and We became very close. Were really good friends and We're attracted to each other and I am afraid that if I continue talking to him in the manner that I am currently that I'm going to completely ruin my chances of meeting anybody in New York But at the same time New York also sucks to data and his personality so refreshing. Or so. It's it's just what did he do what I do. What the big thing he's ever burglary. It's Eh nonviolence Bukhari Burglary how. What's a sentence? Not so he got seven years and so I've been talking to him for like two years and he has two more left so he's been in for like five years okay. How did you meet him? So I was Doing casting for a reality. Show called love after lockup and pardon me our reach for that process involved Just contacted me directly so I found this website called hot prison pals dot com. Yeah let me stop you. Hold on. This is amazing. We fell in love after lockup you are I fell. I fell on the trip. You did it you did it. You're saying you did. It didn't fall into the trap. Traff nearby Rancho or if the cameraman from cop started robbing so we did you choose this guy. Was He physically hotter. What was it about him? Isn't that sexy guy who I keep seeing? He's in pain prison. I was scanning through hoppers dot com and something about his profile. Just like stood out to me. I thought he's very cute so I approached him about about the show and I was like. Are you seeing anybody right now? And he said he wasn't talking for years. I anybody seeing about fifty roommates. No but a lot of people You know would say like. Oh yeah this person and then you know you'd contact them and they get on the show like it was like you know people admitted when they were in relationship and I'm not saying that's why I trust him but I I trust him and I know it sounds crazy that have you met him. I HAVE NOT I. I don't I also like I'm not losing like I know like I won't be able to commit to a relationship with him until I met him in person like I I need. I know he can be on his own for a while before I can commit anything but it just so nice talking to him and in the meantime and Just dating Newark. I cannot stress this enough. Like just sucks so much. Well I didn't know that much I it just seems like it's much harder than I had picture because like when I think of a bad dating scenario what I would fear potentially is dating a guy and finding out. He was Virginia criminal or was it worse currently in prison. You didn't have to wonder if they're red flags he's like. I live in a red flag. I live in red. Flag got caught stealing class. Honestly I'm more freaked out by the idea that the guy lives in Kentucky the burglar New York Burglar and I have a question. Have you guys had any conversations about his burglary career and is it something that he has Morris for Z? Like you know I. I've Ganley changed. Yeah Yeah So. It's it's a long story so he was a former heroin addict and that we think you should stay with him. He's you know like he's so like he league now he's so great and his personality is so refreshing and I really do you talk on the phone or do we. So we started through this Email service called J that like it's like his email service and then we started talking on the phone and two years ago and I like I know it sounds so crazy but I really do trust him and like I. I'm not like I don't WanNa get into a full-fledged relationship with him but I do like really enjoy his friendship. And it distracting. I feel like because I had him at the end of the day. I always have him and I always knew exactly where he is at all talk but to you. Don't have in the state of Kentucky..
"rogen" Discussed on The Endless Honeymoon Podcast
"My wife was having an extramarital dalliance with a colleague upset. I gather texts images. Dalian's voicemails Google Location Data and other digital information and secret and she needed. I completed my wife. Would I knew. And after several long hard conversations about our nineteen years worth of relationship. We agreed to reconcile for a few months. After that I managed to not snoop and the per electronic data over one night my anxiety or took me. I discovered that lover was not taking well the news that she was breaking up with him and he was continuing to to continue the relationship. So I use the information. I had package it up prepared to send it to his wife in employer and I contacted him and let him know in a very nice way. I admired and respected. The Licey has built with his family and the Licey his bill professionally. I let him know that those lives would stay intact so long as he broke up with my wife permanently and left her alone. I didn't go into what the consequences would be because he failed to do that but the truth was pretty obvious. It has now been three months since I did that. And the good news is he has stayed broken up with her and has given us the space to renew our relationship. That's my secret that was amazing fucked. That's a true ray from podcast waiting to happen. We thought acid guy was a good story. Telling me that Guy. I got scared key road. He was right. Yes affect the first. I thought the secrets can be. I secretly did away as well as her body leaving. Her skin. Manifesto Heck. They honestly usually a story. That fucked up doesn't end with a happy ending but in a weird way that doesn't is that he told he was saying that he was. GonNa kill the family. You didn't say that. What did you say you know? He seemed like a man Killa family. Yes he was alluding to a threat moving to destroy. That's right I send them all the information that you've been fucking my wife and I wish he wasn't a fan of the podcast on this guy side. Okay Yeah. He was a little robotic and weird but I think he he he. He found something terrible out. He talked to us why he was forgiving. Ultimately he forgave her. They decided to stay together then. Homeboy couldn't stop coming back for that. Good good you. Yeah yes his head down now. That's not nothing. I Yeah I think I speak for all of us when I say that white boy crazy is a crazy crazy story. Yeah wow that's so interesting I always find it fascinating when someone's partner is unfaithful and they blame the other. The person that they're being unfazed. I agree completely. I agree completely because guys fall right. You didn't get betrayed by. Yeah like this guy owes you nothing but in this situation. It's a little different. He did blame. His wife decided to stay with her. The Guy wouldn't stop. She said to him. I want my life back. He was like just let me get one more taste. It's true I honestly think if that guys like presentation was different. I'd be like Oh. Yeah this verbal forgiving bad who deserves the best about. It was packaged in a slightly. Most auto I open nothing theater and saw that you were fucking one of my friends. I would definitely call colleague. Yes yeah I just don't think that'd be. Oh yes yeah. I don't think I don't know that I would be out for you. I mean I guess that's good to know that in your back pocket boy. Yeah Yeah I would certainly file all the information in secret at away. Yeah I would destroy the life of the person you were having this affair with now unless you just as. It's one step closer to a three way. That's start with the guy you're way over getaway. Can't make an your road bump there okay. You guys have time for one more call one last call and then we'll we'll call it a night. He tosh Yom. Oh you know. My Dad used to be a United States postal worker. Oh my.
"rogen" Discussed on Questlove Supreme
"Phone call ever got a huge BC. Boys Fan my Whole life like I'd met him once or twice before at South by southwest? I think and yet he was just like we're making a music video and I want you Oughta be Mike D was fucking great and then we shot that video for three days which is crazy for a music video video and every famous person ever was. I think it was like halfway through day to where I was like. Oh this is like a kind of like a big last Hurrah Swansong. Yeah and and then it got kind of sad and bittersweet but was also fun and like when I look back and think of was like he was just I like it was literally like we were all his like. Gi Joe Toys that he was just playing. It was like for your birthday. Here's all your favorite comedians obedience. And they'll do whatever the tell them for three days straight on this New York City back lot at like that's literally he would just be laughing. The daddy kick the store in throw this beard hip. You guys dance with the car and he would just be like laughing his ass office. We were just like what that like. There was no questions. Like why would I do that. It was just like sure. Yeah whatever whatever the fuck you on worrying at like we it is starting to Kinda imitate the video itself because we were there all the time. Me and Danny Elijah. who were the Beastie? Boys that other cameos would come in for like a couple of hours and and we were like in this bind center. who was like crazy? We were just like so geared to just do whatever we were told to do it if they were just like body Slam Laura dirt all right. Yeah I was just like in this state of like I'll just do whatever the fuck this guy tells me. That's what we're here for us and you could see people would come in and be like this is crazy like what are you doing here. This is like you've you've gone nuts and that really like we were just spraying beer. Fake Beer you're on everyone's faces of the throwing like we it was. It was a mad danny. McBride must be like he writes to correct. Yeah he writes eastbound down in the richest gemstones own right so awesome to work in my mind. Everybody who was in this is the end in a way to do their own writing. But who is like also to write with their blows your mind and you just like talk you come up with that Shit. They're all great in their own ways like Yeah like Danny Jones is truly the one like onset is like it's pretty remarkable to watch like he's he he's like he gets like very locked in and is like a it's like a pretty Miraculous Ping from time to time. Danny is very loose and had and biting and like he's the comedian that kind of the other comedians are a little afraid to improvise. uh-huh yeah because every movie but he's very sweet and nice but it was like not to say was I felt like he don't know he's very sweet. It's such a nice dude like not an what's it is one of those funny things like a key created those characters as a way to fought of the guys he didn't like growing up basically his biggest Hispan- base is.
"rogen" Discussed on Questlove Supreme
"Ask that now I just I thought he I can remember came on himself or I also on the table. Well Hey that's my favorite thing about I ride visit A lot of local Kami houses in New York. My favorite thing is actually watching people bomb. Yeah no no no. Only because like now entering the stage of my life where I'm GonNa have to give a lot more public addressing and it's always always how you handle yourself in that moment. Yeah that separates the men from the boys so a Lotta Times like if you watch if you go to like gotTa love going to the store in La when it's the like the One am show the very last show and using the last. Three people are always like the doorman the bell guy like okay. I'll let you go up and do five minutes like everyone's left the room. Yeah I performed there at that time when I was like sixteen years old in my mind that whenever I'm watching him then I believe at one point either. Not You are Carmichael. WHO's the guy that I liked? America's Tamar Neighbors Tomorrow Navy. Yeah tomorrow name is one of those guys. And he's hilarious. Joe Girardi Michael's dudes but like it's it's always the last three people on the late. The graveyard shift that I love watching them to see how the just yeah have you when you were in sort of developing your skills or whatnot. Have you ever had to resort to what they would call. The was the syndrome Like Aristocrat Syndrome. Or when you know that you've done a bad set and perform for your buds like fucked up in always always that everyone do. The aristocrat was at another thing where I never did that was exactly but I mean shit would go bad and there would be times where you would just kind of throw it all out and it was like yeah like I think managing the audiences discomfort discomfort is something that is a lesson that I learned at a young age in that. Like you can carry with you across many the different avenues of life and I think that that's something that is very valuable and I did it. Yeah I remember doing. My friends could never come watch me because I it wasn't. They weren't allowed into the club. It was always strangers but I I'm just grew tables full adults. Get up and leave. It was terrible and they I remember performing empire. I remember coming to La to audition for the just for laughs festival. When I was fifteen and going to the Improv and Jerry seinfeld decided to drop in at the just stand up comedy? Showcase went on right before fucking highlighted. Did hate when that happened. When the Big Star comes in practice Thirty minutes fucking shoe cases you to tell Jerry what he did to you yes. He could not have been more indifferent and I went up after him and I literally like to this day a remember standing on the stage it'd be exhausted quiet. I could hear the electric home. I I've been doing it for years at that point and I never heard that sowed. I remember thinking to myself. Like wow look have the speakers always been making that sound that. I just haven't heard it or do these words like a particularly yeah. That's a new one. Yeah brutal so at the time I didn't get into to the just released festival. Terry could you explain how you got inside of the the I guess the the Mafia of the what I call the ban. Yeah I mean it was all I I I was doing stand up and I got an agent through stand up and I was like sixteen or seventeen in high school was GonNa end and I like was not going to go to college so I was like I should. I need money so I should start trying to audition for things and plan in. If you ask me what my plan was moved moved away after high school and try to do stand up and say you wanted to be straight up. Stand up comedy and then I thought maybe you'll get like a sitcom. That was the only precedent to that in that time. That was the thing that seemed the most achievable because he was like Seinfeld was on. Everybody loves Raymond and Martin like that like at the time. It seemed like if you were successful. Standup you got a Sitcom and I always liked movies more and so that was always something that I like wanted. But it wasn't as like it didn't seem it seemed like the types of movies. I wanted to make that time. Especially we're very small independent movies and at that time super bad seemed like it would be like rushmore but I mean like not in its it's artful miss but just in its scope and I think that then I moved so for free and it was a second audition I I got out sent out on and the audition kids out of in coober like they did International. Oh you are from Vancouver. No they did international so auditioned in New York and Chicago in Boston and Toronto and Vancouver and I like. I went in for an audition on morning in Vancouver and and then I got it and then I moved to La and the people that I watched. I watched that show in the. I don't let people I know people like to revisit it like you know man freezing gives Musset and you're like Oh yeah we're watching A. I'd I watched it because during the time of US recording and Do you want more. Yeah there is always a TV on the break. Yup so that's how I remember freaks and Geeks. That was my favorite. I thought Oh man. This is way better than my my so-called life wondering just thinking about that as he was talking like were you excited of the the critical claim it got right and did you. I know I was like a seventeen year. Old Pot has thank coober. I had no concept of any of that shit like I remember feeling like vizor and a businessman yet and I just didn't I think I was so I was. I was was really confident and I felt like everything. Like when someone's like years everyone loves your show like it as one hundred percent good reviews I was like yeah. It's fucking great like it wasn't really it was like of course we're putting out great shit like there's nothing like this on TV like of course everyone like and if anything the thing that made it more frustrating than was watching it because like we knew it was good and that's something I look back on and think like I didn't even think of the quality of the show when I when did it like I could have been like how a job I'll take it and then I remember getting in to shoot the pilot and it wasn't even until then that I got the full script like the day before we started filming and then I remember reading it and being like Oh there's like jokes about shrooms in here and shit like that and then we rehearsed for one day and they were like what would you say here. And then all of a sudden we were improvising and they were letting us add jokes about Hitler and all this stuff and we were like this is really different and then when we started shooting it we were like again like director was from the independent film world. Jay Kazim had just made zero effect. which was a movie? I was a big fan of so it was is like. Oh Yeah we have like these writers and directors who were like doing the exact stuff that I like so when it turned out great it was like a kid get I was so I was really spoiled at that time because I was just like. Yeah you make something together like. Oh the Creator Larry I sanders show. has this new empire that but I didn't I again. I didn't realize I think how like I didn't realize how just because you did something. I'm in good before it doesn't mean you'll keep doing things that everyone appreciates like I was a fan of the Larry Sanders show a huge fan. grew up watching it. And but I didn't like I think when I when I first got cast in the show I had no idea judd. Even I didn't judge was judd worked on the Larry Sanders show there was no. IMDB at this time like no way to look up. Oh you did that. You were working with leaving. Yeah like I had no idea the internet. Yeah there was no like maybe. There's I'm Debbie but I didn't know to use it yet. There was no organized way of checking any of that shit. This is like the James Franklin didn't even hit the right no it was like no one done any right right and so yeah it was but then it started eric as we were shooting and then they were like no one's watching this shit and it was on Saturday night at eight or some shit like that against cops. I'm never judge a joking. Like cops beat us. We're fucked top speed US so gun shy about undeclared now because again I was like okay. We'll do this. We'll do like a more commercial version and we kind of work out the kinks and like again. It was like the exact same group is like very critically acclaimed in the known launched. But but that but I was. I was thrilled old. Honestly like I was a writer and actor undeclared. I was eighteen years old like it was a very exciting thing for me to be doing. So how hard is it living hand to mouth in that period. There's always well he never had. Did you have a regular job or anyone. Anyone I after undeclared. I didn't work for like three or four years. Basic fucking spent very little money. The server would help judd was very nice and he would get these super high price rewriting jobs and then he would give me a little help him do it so like I helped rewrite bad boys two has an example. Ah Wait Timeout at first. Yes so it's like a secret thing. We wrote that joke that was in the trailer where they're singing the song they forget they don't know the words and it was like yeah we that was one of the many the things we do. Maintenance maintenance works so what else did you do little things here and there like one of the big Momma's house movies. I helped on earth as I in a moment because I know my whole family's GonNa get mad at me but are you understanding your white funny man because you know that you are like you like this is a serious serious question nobody else if you hear the struggles of other. Comedians begins and things of other colors. Women there's never a moment where they haven't had to like serve or do something that they didn't want to do but it seems like since you were fourteen eighteen years old you was on it. We needed final draft. You heading to camera. You had it you any moment. Did you realize this. I was super. Yes so I was. I was very. I was never felt particularly downtrodden. I was very I felt lucky I was very I always felt lucky and was very fortunate and like and and got that. Yeah I mean there was a time when I was maybe like there was a moment I was like I might have to move back to Vancouver Hoover. 'cause I was just running out of money and couldn't afford to live in La Anymore. And that's when I got hired analogy show and that like continue and you that like a great it was like a great job to have because it was even it was like it sounded great in a room I it was like when we went on meetings and we were. We got no dominated EMMYS and I was like it was something that like. Basically I haven't stopped working insist that it was like. That was like the thing that kind of kept me going because his because his brand of comedy Sasha Baron Cornyn because he's such a rogue yeah kind of artsy comedian. How do you find his voice like how do you? It was like hyper stuffy. Does is more trolling. It was kind of it was hard and I think he liked. I think it was good that we were so young and malleable at this time when we were working for for him like we were like twenty two or something like that and so like he could really I think without some of like the kid gloves you would use with older people people being like. Here's what you have to do. Here's what we do do exactly fucking this and nothing else power. Get everything you know. Just do this. So you like uh-huh Energy and yeah and and he would literally lock us in a room and be like right two hundred interview questions for me to be inning. Viewing an environmentalist list in a tree. Like and like. Don't come out of that room until you've written me. Two hundred questions. Live Cam came on for Bruno. We and then we went on the road. Within we went went to spring break. We did all this spring break stuff with Bruno like it was insane. He almost got killed happens when the go-to like Daytona Beach. Yeah it was crazy. What's funny is I had to kind of hide because I was not famous but I was like one in every hundred people knew me from freaks and Geeks.
"rogen" Discussed on Questlove Supreme
"Deflate still deers. Good Margaret Screen Margarita flavored and had it forever. Wow good to condition us at a young age to develop a taste Margaritas. A AH twenty minutes twenty minutes into the center of you start so you being born in the early eighties in Coober What was the? What was your environment like in your household my household uh-huh I lived on the east side Vancouver which in like a one hundred percent Like east Indian neighborhood So it was. It was great. It was like I would walk around a lot. I was just arguing with my parents. Their memory was that I never walked around alone I definitively did all the time I would take the bus all around the city but Yeah but I went to school in the west side I grew up. I started doing stand up when I was young twelve or thirteen and started writing around then too and I smoked weed a lot and still not much change in my life since I was twelve. I hate to do so. So the the myth of Super Bad and you crafting this at such a young age is one hundred zero factual yes for sure. Yeah me and my partner. Evan who I still work with men in Bar Mitzvah class when we were twelve and then started writing together not long after that and we had had yet we probably finished the job to sue Badham. We were like fourteen or fifteen draft. Yeah by then but we started. We were like thirteen and there is some and it's like the sad that like I'm not that much smarter funnier than I was. I was thirteen years old because there are some jokes in the movie that like we wrote when we were thirteen. That are still in the movie that are in the movie that like that held up and that are still yeah. You'd like to think you got better in that amount of time a professional channel. I'm trying to remember. I asked my mom to buy me final draft which district writing software. And she did. My parents are like super supportive because I wanted stand up so they saw that like doc I would work hard six. Yeah this is probably ninety five or ninety six or something like that. Yeah Ninety five I would say ninety six. Yeah I ah. I'm curious and this leads back to the conscious subconscious. Yeah when your subconscious is convinced of something then your body does it. Which explains why you know? Connie uses our affirmations. I am the greatest. Yes everything happens in the same way. What trump did he the same Jay Renee remix it and called it a secret? The two million dollars right now now. You're is what and what inside you gave you the the balls even be like Yo. Let's write a movie now like it didn't even start with like let's star with community theater. Hey how'd you do this. Did you see a movie when they is like I. I could do better than literally. That's what happened. Like what did you see that. Set you up. I can't can't remember and we we love you know like that was something IDA pulp fiction poster on my bedroom door like if you for a teenager in the ninety s you had came out at ninety four maybe so we saw it around then and it was it was also the era of like independent. Hendin it was like the resurgence of independent film. Rushmore and Wes Anderson bottlerocket so there was all this video. Yeah we were obsessive and and it's also one of those things that was my parents loved movies and my they were just huge movie fan so they would like watch a lot of movies and collect movies Vancouver. Sure they made some stuff there so I it's not like Hollywood but like you would see movie sets around and so there was like it wasn't this like completely completely unobtainable thing and then in high school. Our high school is right across the street from two video store giant video stores and we even rent movies movies like we all we would do like smoking watch movies basically and when you watch movies you start to think maybe we could do this and if we write something that's like chip then maybe that was always the thought was like it was set in high school super bad and we were like worse comes to worse like this becomes something we like. We made movies like our video camera. We were like we could technically make this ourselves if we wanted to. You know what. What was your North Star in terms of Okay so now now just hitting me that because I family that worked at an independent movie theater back in ninety one ninety two so always have free tickets. But you know we're seeing Marashi. We're seeing like all these indie films which I'm at the time. How many realize it but it was grooming me to hear towards arthouse stuff? Yeah hosted mainstream stuff but for you what were your. What were you film SNOB? Or we got Portuguese and hot dog. Yeah we got the course. I like hamburger the motion picture. Yeah Hamburger Hamburger was a hamburger movie. I got to see oh it was amazing orange TV. There's a specific like see movie. Yeah VHS section anything that was on HBO late night mid Eighties. Oh we just rent movies based on with the cover of the box. Look you can find the garbage doormat. Movie just came out I wa- we were obsessed with dolemite because like it. It was one of the reasons like Sh- purely based on the coma cover like what is this we. We did the same. Who did the same thing like every Friday night? We would all meet up at this Mexican restaurant in town and then we would all wouldn't caravan over to the video store argue for about half an hour about what video. We're going to pick your hours more time in the video store than we would watching the movies we rented at the video. That was the the activities I was going to the video. Store argue over what we do. We we call tasteless movie night we would try to find the most tasteless movie we could find in the video. Yeah and we would. Just go to my friend's burns basement and watch it and just like it was commentary and it was perfect. I'm sure if they had been his mom was a teacher would never so. Where will the go-to films Well I think it's like one thing I look at is like the the movies. It's obviously something I've thought about it. You know it's like the movies my parents owned like they owned like forty movies on like VHS like there was like three movies to a VHS TVs where they came on and like would you ever watch them all all the time and movies are like cemented in my brain. I know every word to everyone and I also bet that if I made a list of all those movies. They like directly correlate to the movies that I've made since then basically like seventy nine run. It's like ghostbusters and movies. Like Dad loved bill. Murray they also loved like Woody Allen and like independent like like they had like Hanan or sisters who is like that and I would watch those movies a lot plot and then they Albert Brooks Movies and my dad left billy crystal and so like it was a lot of that stuff by mom though loved action movies and so we have like die. Hard and total title recall and like under siege are about and lethal weapon movies and so I would watch these. He's like emotionally driven kind of comedy drama movies and like the Bulls Violet insane action movies. And that's kind of a along this stuff. We make all those movies like we loved and then and when they went pulp fiction to come out we became sesame reservoir dogs we loved and like then we got really in a Sam Ramey and Peter Jackson's early movies like army of darkness. We watched over and over and over again and dead alive. We watched we watched a lot and like yeah and then to see those guys go on that. That was another thing is like you'd see like Sam Raimi's Richton Spiderman and like these guys who are already fans of for making like the weirdest shit ever now do then crossing over becoming really successful and I think Making big things and that was also I think something we always liked and that was interesting to us but No we we just like devoured Vancouver have much of a social or nightlife. Because I'm on I'm almost thinking I'm thinking that Vancouver is almost like all right well. Minneapolis was the print. Yeah and how there was a senior but because there's not much to do yes he had a lotta a Lotta time to hone his craft. Yes you music a lot. Yes and the weather also determine you ain't in Vancouver City where people sit like go to someone's house and smoke weed need. That's like the activity being that knows that is like what people do their or when it's nice out you go to a net net a nature place place and smoke weed. It's like a very like a weed was like super prevalent and like it's a huge one most progressive cities in the world. When it comes to we'd even in the nineties never been arrested for the right when I moved to L. A. got arrested because I didn't understand how much more strict it was cooper like all throughout high school? If we got caught with weed the cops wouldn't would just take it. They wouldn't even always take it. They would just be like go away like like it was drool-o on priority like on the priorities because Vancouver had like a tear world terrible heroin problem. It was like had a really rough drug problem. And so we vary early on became de prioritized and decriminalize and from when I was a kid there was a coffee shop. You you could go smoke weed in and there was like indoor places you go inside and smoke we you know we would see I I have but yeah when I first moved. La We buy pounds of Mexican. We'd Virgin here was I mean need lots of seeds. It's Reggie so regularly but to me that's been Vancouver has been in the hierarchy of the weed game. I would just assume that like you're you're at a hydroponic Japonese sterile part Gerald wait the substantiated. Why is it taking three years to really? How do you just GonNa let you come here and drink your milk seat with the them out and they and it pops into burs? There's another falls out of the joint. My Dad's daddy novice hide this. I know that the future is closer than you think bank and it all starts in the palm of your hand. You may have heard the news. Five G. is coming but what does that really mean. How would it impact me in this new IHEART series? This time tomorrow presented by team above a business join me as well ocean and my co host. I carry a price as we will you through the true revolution immobility. 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"Environments. I don't think okay. Can we disagree greeted hours. No I'm Kinda on your side of the fence. Why does it have to be so damn cold? No I mean I'm just asking no no no I'm I'm what's the scientific part of. Don't think that's where I wanNA know. Google taste it. Just everybody hop on Google Watch movies the sleep better. What school and that's that's it? Give wise are we giving wise. We're just giving answers here. Completely substantiated information. Scientists have gone instead so we had a doctor he substantiated and my curiosity. So you were born in Vancouver British Columbia home of the the hip hop national anthem. Wait who else was Chang Tang head through severe. I think I've met her over the years. Actually Ah yes she'll be on future episodes anyway. Yeah No. The rascals are a hip hop group from in Coober that were the schools the rascals they recall touch northern touch yeah rascals. Check me cardinal thrusting Claire. How do you know that very no American knows that song? I do my research but maybe you can help. Heal the beat of that song for Song Thinking. Yeah there is a log with the exact same beat as northern touch. And I think if you're Canadian it's very jarring but you're like Oh this is a darn it I can't express bt spread sample that used head banger. Well no for You know he was first northern touch. Maybe and then the Amax came. I mean just took it is you. Did you know that your your hometown is also What what I consider the national anthem anthem hip hop did you know that patchy was created in Vancouver Apache? Yes a pair. Apache was recorded in created and Banco. Really yes I did not know that. Yes that's one of my favorite factoid about that is a very good factor and cover and the other and Nour's from Vancouver is. Yeah Yeah your interviews with him or great. Have you interview ninety one. I've been interviewed by him once. Have you ever seen a a non savory interview a lot of the earlier earlier ones where they trolling them or not. Oh yes so. I grew up watching him. So I've seen like so many. How long has he been doing this like thirty years? Yes he's younger than me. No there's actually an amazing ardmore interview with Nirvana like backstage at the Peony Forum. which is the place Aman couvert from like one thousand nine hundred ninety three or something of Courtney love is there and it's a very long interview interview that's filled and throughout it's like forty minutes or something like throughout the course of it you see? Kurt cobain like slowly realize he's a genius at first. It's the thing where it's just like. Why is this fucking guy here bothering me? And then he slowly like clues into how is he. Yeah he totally does no. But I've seen because now people know who he is like doc but for years I would watch interviews where famous musicians get interviewed by and like who the fuck is this guy and even still some people. Don't don't don't get it. I feel like all right. So that's easy interview. JC didn't seem to appreciate about and do it and then ferrall double down. Yeah so he did it because if we say it's a thing Jay z's just one of them foam. Oh I don't want to miss out. He's he's gotta you gotta get your anyway And so but I will say that the first time he interviewed me I was paranoid because he knew way. Oh it's weird too much information. He knew shit about me. That was he brought. Gotcha yeah you're literally HE NYC NEW PEOPLE G. He knew names that I hadn't heard in like yeah. I'm twenty five years back back from the south that your mommy store. Guess literally that it's totally crazy. It would freak me out. It was super fucking freaky but his knowledge is bizarre. He's he's always trying to get to Konya. That's his holy grail. He like emails me me too old and not alone not at all I can say that. Ah He somehow things that I have the magic touch to get him to the OBAMAS. Wow I would never yeah. That's a big step in a much better direction. I read somewhere that somebody said online that That when you get to the pearly gates of Heaven it's hardware that he's the one that's reviewing so speaking of your hometown are you. It is every time I ask anybody from Vancouver. Yeah are are you knowledgeable. The La Cassa Gelato. Or is that just. We're tourist suckers like me. It's the place that has they didn't pay for like hundreds of flavors of Japan. Oh Yeah it's near It's unlike the like north end of kind of the east side of Vancouver. It's my favorite place ever I might. It's not somewhere I grew up going but it's something that I've seen her serving. I think it might be kind of vinegar is yet. It was one of the first places. Start doing weird flavors shit like that. Basically uh-huh yeah cheese ice cream tobacco one or something like that for a while well to some of the weird ones I liked like they have black pepper vanilla. That's weird heard. How is cheddar cheese? Well that's the thing you you basically you sample all the weird ones you get the rocky road. Yeah that's that's purely. North American thing is sampling ice cream a considered rude. I was in Italy and not to break wreck it had gelato shop and there was like a rush of Americans laughed at me by Y for all the people at the restaurant and the woman behind the counter. Like very very quietly. We looked at us. It goes can I ask you a question. We're like yeah. How come American always asked to taste? She's like this House West. Chase them when you put it like that. It is pretty fucking weird like nowhere else you'd be like. Can I try that sandwich. He's He's let's rob and that's what I said. I think all routes back to this one place baskin-robbins the encourage people to do it at that ruined release as ice cream for the sun here with awesome. Are they know that. The son inherited The empire and because you know like generations are the opposite of what their parents were. The Sun wasn't like you know he didn't. He was concerned about the cows they were using the new range and so instead he took the family money. And did this expose on how ice cream companies are ruining cows thousands thing ice cream succession. So yeah that's asking asking around industry why they had to partner with Dunkin donuts Margarita. Deflate still deers. Good Margaret Screen Margarita flavored and had it forever. Wow good to condition us at a young.
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"Around twenty two hundred. This is a bad omen. All right God saw to it that we have no more ladies and gentlemen This is the newly rich nouveau riche. I love Another episode Happy New Year this January first. Two thousand twenty everybody. How do you feel good? Olin cold How's your how your festivities? It was old and cold now. We had a great time. Of course. Okay text come through yet. Hannukah checks cleared so. I'm always well. Because whenever any of your brethren come on the show you're you're you're always you're roll-call is usually geared towards Julia Third Rand Corporation. The Jewish par selected the stone. I think are pretty like there's a lot of overlap with news Anyway I'm your host quest. Love join a day by my croonies. Boss Bill Steve unpeeled surprisingly. He isn't here. Yeah is he. Not Coming or as we call him. Do we let them know. Plays Sesame Street and stuff so it's the muppets enough bagel jokes. We can not to Stall Anymore Ladies and gentlemen we have comedian director producer. Actor your writer. leading man cannabis connoisseur also advocate for sleeping in in the bedroom under sixty seven degrees. It's true we'll get into that. Ah Guess Philadelphia Musical Chairman Fan in the roots Ladies and gentlemen and HIP HOP head and Canadian Ladies and gentlemen please welcome. Welcome to the show. Seth Rogan made it all right. We this this is a show of rabbit it holding it starts getting all right. I'm a little miffed right. I've explained that A lot of back story. I was very fortunate. It was very fortunate to attend Sets hilarity for charity Shadow to mention mission. Mariela snape museum. Yeah yeah so I went there and the discussion of how much sleep does a person I need to have a brain. Yeah have brain health. Yes yes I learned a lot. I learned that as of lately I'll say in the last two months is I've been back into the eight hour range of sleeping. That's good right because people were always like. When do you sleep when and I was letting us to sleep three? I was three to five our guy and I was told that you don't even reach rem state until six hours and forty eighty seven minutes and for your body to heal. And you know. I'm I'm adjusting my lifestyle right now. I'm trying to get back to a healthier place. I gotTa do somewhere between an eight to ten hours for the Magic to begin so but then you guys left me with this. This gym of of.
Kathleen Kennedy Re-Ups With Lucasfilm for 3 More Years
"Big news is that Kathleen Kennedy is returning as look as film president, Chris, would we know? Yes. So after solo Star Wars story didn't do that. Well, at the box office, there were rumors swirling all over the internet specifically on YouTube where literally anyone can report on anything. If they have a camera claiming that Kathleen Kennedy was out, I actually had someone at me on Twitter literally saying, I know for a fact, Kathleen Kennedy has already been fired, and you'll see, I swear to God. You have a same youtuber said that what dark Phoenix wasn't even going to be released. I think yes, the more of the story is people on YouTube are wrong, but so yeah. In light of all these rumors news just broke that Kathleen Kennedy has reappeared deal to be Lucas film president for at least three more years. So for three more years, Kathleen Kennedy will still be running all things Star Wars, and Indiana Jones and other Lucasfilm
Seth Rogen's Voice Will Greet You On Public Transit In Vancouver
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"Seth rogen the the gained fifty sixty seconds away from your shock collar question of the day it's brooke jubal in the morning but before we do that it's very important that was set alight mood to start off the show today okay learn abdel lights little bit get out the silk microphone covers and allow the bus those out plug in the chocolate fountain the high love it john blet fell in why you guys will be swim in it i don't know well today it's time to be sexually because its national saxophone day life play the saxophone did also sacks baby url well then you should under such voters do your right now because the tremors the birthday of adolf sacks the inventor of the sexiest instrument in high school man resides wrong abdullah is a bit celebrate you're supposed to get out your saxophone and play the drippy hist jazz used to and you know i was felt like i could bully other kids in the band 'cause i played the facts phone and it was cooler than like the flu like gulliver shirt yet i was the only person you can't boy is the drummer because drummers are always just inherently cooler than everybody else no matter what the drummers the coolest with the saxophonist dislexia safe and if you don't play the saxophone you can just listen to all eighteen of kennedy's album sms back to back to back today a job done but it gets better because not only is it national saxophone day it's also national nacho day so there's a lot going on today an endless celebration today why are we a word of the sexiest and.
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"Outdoors saturday sixty nine pm on am nine ninety k w am kevin car here with back is at the movies welcome back and we are going to continue with what is supposed to be the big move ganden that is the mummy a treasure hunter stumbles upon an ancient cursed money and inadvertently released as her causing her to take up a real quick yes to resurrect an evil egyptian god for them for two thousand she was named and beaten to linked crew but her first for power to down a dog because of your action seth rogen has ruta you are low because of it evil the there's a lot of stuff to sort of deconstruct with the mummy first of all i i just wanna talk a little bit about the original mummy back in 1930 two which is one of my favorite universal monster movie fills it's funny because if it could serve exists on its own there're a whole bunch of other move he's the mummies tomb the mummy's him the mummy's goes the mummy's tunafishsandwichtype there are so many other movies that they may they even have any stella week the mummy but all of those were essentially i think it was the mummy's hand that was the the first quote unquote sequel to the mummy which was really more of a remake and all the rest of i'm kind of went from there and that's where just the mummy was the wrapped up mummy walking around in trying to kill you but there's a an authentic uniqueness to the boris karloff version where he is basically a mummy that is able to come back to life and is trying to do that the resurrect his love it borrows a little bit from dracula it feels very trite in a nineteen twenty sort away because um you just barely into 30s air so you get the underdeveloped female.
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