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"roy kent" Discussed on The Bitboy Crypto Podcast
"He's nodding his head. Wait, why are you shaking your head? All right. Let's talk about China Exodus. Everybody in the Chinese economy. Hey, it's growing by to be number one. It's pretty big. Maybe you've heard of them, you know, about 1.3 billion people, $114 billion in US treasuries dumped by China and the new BRICS member Saudi Arabia, I think 26 or 27 countries applied to be in BRICS, China and Saudi Arabia are loading hundreds of billions of dollars worth of US treasuries. It looks like China trimmed from 938 billion to 835 billion. That's a huge, huge decrease there, a hundred billion. And even though China has been dumping treasuries over the past year, there's still one of the largest creditors of the US second to Japan only, which is coming in at 1.1 trillion. So we have Japan at 1.1 trillion and then China at 0.8 trillion. India accumulated though. They can relate 26 billion worth of US debt between June of 22 and June 23. And the UAE and Brazil added as well, 25 billion and Brazil at a 1.3 billion respectively to their holdings during this 12 month period. Yeah, they're kind of slowly transitioned out of that, but that being said, a US debt still attractive, but we've paid the price for weaponizing our dollar with our neocon agenda. Would you agree with that? Just mostly pushing the neocon agenda. And if you don't want to support us in our forever wars, where we like to enrich our defense contractors, get out of here then. And then, well, they're like, well, I don't like you weaponizing the dollar. I think I'm just going to try to join these other people. That's why about 25 countries try to join BRICS there. All right, Sunday summary, could China's real estate problems become ours? Oh, nice little domino effect. Shout out to the MrBeast video, pretty good over the weekend. Shares of Country Garden, which have last year owned 2.2 billion square feet of real estate in China have fallen 70% in the last eight months. And the company is set to be delisted from the Hang Seng index tomorrow. The big question is what's the collateral damage and how many American banks are exposed to this and by how much as of the middle of last month, BlackRock held $358 million worth of denominated bonds issued by it's a little murky about how much, and if they drop these bonds after their most recent August financial disclosures, is this a Lehman situation as a partner at law firm, Meyer, Unkovic and Scott? Not yet, but it could be, it depends on where it goes from here. Oi. Oi. Oi. I don't know why they've been watching the boys on Amazon. Oi. All right. Well, that's all we got for that one. All right. Oi. We're going to move on to the next one. Shout out to Oi. It was rugby, right? Isn't that like a rugby noise? I'm not the guy to ask that. I have no idea. Have you ever been to Australia? Is that where they say Oi? I've never been to Australia though. Oi is in Australia. I'd love to go though. It reminds me of lock stock and two smoking barrels. That sort of a model. Okay. Okay. A Guy Ritchie film is very hard to understand. Especially before everyone wore or used subtitles back in the days. Like you couldn't even understand half of what they're saying there. Bring Gary out please. Stream needs more eccentric behavior and some rants dressed like Richard Hart. Um, no, but I am going to transition to maybe more professional attire. You know, I'm going to go ahead and tell you guys now maybe a year from now you won't see me wearing sweats. Maybe, maybe not. I don't know. Maybe it'll be mustard stained A-shirts. Do we call them A-shirts? Do you still call them by their old name? Wait, what? A-shirts. They used to be called wife feeders. Oh, okay. I don't, I don't wear those. What do you call it if it's not that? Um, a tank top. Ah, I guess so. But it's like a specific kind. All right. Now let's talk about a U S household savings. This is just part of the China Exodus here. He was household savings at a two year downtrend. Will anything be left for crypto investing, uh, after the savings to, you know, being on the downtrend gas prices on the uptrend might not have much. It looks like household savings have fallen for 23 straight months, according to U S central bank. And the only reason it jumped in was the STEMI checks. According to U S central banks, that future is looking grim for many as savings are likely to be totally depleted before the end of the year here, you can just kind of see the chart right there. Not looking great folks are not looking great. So, uh, we're, we're pretty close to, uh, just coming in below right, uh, right at the beginning of the panorama right there, credit card debt and crypto market outlook spending and not saving usually has one outcome, bigger debts. According to a note from ING economics last week, spending habits are unsustainable and the decline in consumer spending is likely coming in early 2024. We get high on our own supply. Then it's hard to curtail spending. When someone has a lifestyle creep, all of a sudden they're like, well, you know, I went from McDonald's to chip, you know, Chipotle, and then I went from Chipotle to adding guac. It's really hard to remove the guac. It's really hard to go back to McDonald's and typically just Americans are going to spend debt rather than reduce their lifestyle. I don't know what that says about. Maybe it's a human emotion. Maybe it's a little bit more localized to America, but something about, you know, keeping up with the Joneses. Well, once you caught up, you don't want to fall behind and it's going to lead to depleting savings. Um, I'm guilty of it. I think everybody's guilty of it. It's easy to get lifestyle creep. Yeah. I, it makes me think of the organic food that I got to buy. I mean, I got a lot of kids, but you know, I'm always trying to make sure they get organic and God, it gets expensive at times, but I mean, you don't want Monsanto blueberries. I'm trying to hold off from the Monsanto blueberries at the moment. You know, I'm doing the best I can for them. I, you know, as much love as I have for Bill Gates, I'm, I'm hoping to have another generation after this one. So, uh, Laskis, you mean Roy Kent from Ted Lasso? Uh, he's here. He's there. He's every fricking where Roy Kent, uh, great song. Great song. Also, we got Jamie shark net that, and after that, I didn't know those baby sharks. I had no idea. That's the baby shark song. I was like, Jamie shark debt data. It was like three days later after watching Ted Lasso. I was like, man, that song's catching like a form of torture. Yeah. Well, my fiance is like, well, that's the baby shark song. Yeah. I said, well, I'm having flashbacks. I was like, oh, okay. Okay. Well, it's a good song. It is. It's toe tapping. It's catchy. Uh, hit that like button. If you've heard the baby shark song too many times, I want to see our likes skyrocket. Everybody got, I feel like everybody's are you ready to talk about the, the reverse Kramer indicator? Yes. Oh man. Yes. How do we feel about Jim Kramer? Well, chat, how do you feel? There's like a, you know, the whole inverse Kramer, the Twitter page for inverse Kramer is one of my favorite follows on all of Twitter. And it's basically, they're just counter trading everything he says, and they're profitable. They're profitable. So when he comes out and he says, he's bullish on BNB, literally myself and everyone in crypto, we just put our head firmly in our hand and go, Oh no. Cause this is, is this, if this is the beginning of the end, we're going to point back at this story and be like, see, like, this is why it's a curse. It's a curse. Uh, Monsanto apparently never bred blueberries. They just, I mean, is there no Roundup? All right. No glyphosate fruit there. Okay. A little bit more specific. Let's talk about Jimmy boy, Jimmy, not Jimmy neutron, the host talk about Jim Kramer. Jim Kramer turns bullish on Binance and the BNB token, uh, seen here leaving Epstein's party. All right. Notably, Kramer positively spoke about Binance and BNB on market alert. Just on the fourth, he points to the fact that the centralized exchange has not yet proved its crypto reserves, but says good things about CZ, the CEO and founder. They prove collateral, not reserves, but CZ looks like a good guy. I'm bullish here. Loading up on their tokens way oversold, said Jim Kramer, uh, the inverse Kramer tracker ETF is an investment fund that profiles his stock picks. When they owner perform the fund is designed to capitalize on the market. Skeptics skepticism towards his calls, uh, the BNB price analysis here. Most recently, the influencer crypto Rover posted on X joking about his unpredictability due to the fact of him being bullish on Binance's tokens. Is it next folks? Is it next BNB suffered in the last few weeks with growing rumors about the liquidity issues in the crypto exchange? It's not been proven to be true so far, although backed by red flags, such as suspending Euro withdrawals. Meanwhile, BNB is changing hands at 214 up 4.4, 2% on the day. Uh, yeah, it looks like opening a long when it dip below two 12 was a good call. Uh, was a good call. I I'll say this. I don't know, you know, what's the real number of Bitcoin that CZ has, but here's my guess. If the people that go after CZ CZ, in my opinion, more than likely is almost always going to have more Bitcoin than that guy. So maybe if 20 of his biggest enemies all team up and try to take them down, maybe see, we see something there, but it's like, um, it's like, I don't know, someone from a village trying to go against, uh, loaded up Hunby. Like they're probably going to have more ammunition. They're going to be better insulated and better defense team. And they're just probably going to be able to take you down. Uh, but that being said, have we ever seen, uh, CZ FUD reach these levels before? Yeah, I think CZ FUD's been worse. Binance FUD's been worse. So I mean, I'm not too worried about Binance FUD, generally speaking ever. Hey, Drew, can you go to my chart real fast on my computer? What freaks me out about BNB is the daily chart for BNB, right? And there is nothing like if for BNC, BNB loses this line right here. This is the low, right? If we lose this line and we structurally keep putting in lower lows, there's nothing to catch it until we get to that yellow line down there. And even on the visible range volume profile of, sorry, uh, like there's a little blip here at one 27, but there's really nothing to catch it. So like, I really hope it stays like, say if it, if we stay like in this triangle here and it's bound to turn around at some point, like if it's about to like, we kind of just roughly, you know, one of these, like it is kind of running out of room, but it has to stay in this level because if it loses that level, there's nothing to catch it until we get down to 43 for a support, a support resistance line. That's, that's terrifying. That's terrifying. Uh, if you had to guess up or down, where's it going? I'm now down because I'm saying Bitcoin's going down. So I'm going to stay down with this too. Okay. Okay. Uh, let's see. I get all my investment advice from rappers on Instagram. Bars. Okay. Uh, let's see. Talk about how his bald head looks like cul-de-sac and you could drive a car around on it. Okay. All right. You misspelled cul-de-sac. So I kept reading that one. All right. That was a good one. Nice little rope to dope there. Uh, let's see. Looking bad for the fall months. Okay. Maybe, maybe, uh, CZ has enough money to buy all the BNB and keep the price up. He can buy more than I can. He can buy more than I could sell. Uh, all right. Let's uh, one more thing here about Binance, more Binance FUD. Uh, they did get another exit or executive exodus here amidst the regulatory scrutiny. Uh, so they lost another person. Who did they lose here? The recent resignation of Mayur Kamat. This is Binance's global head of product. It seems like a pretty good, uh, position there. So they lost the global head of product. They also have the chief strategy officer he left in the past general counsel also left. And then, uh, recently they also left the former head of Binance Asia Pacific. Uh, so we are seeing a little bit of an exodus there, but, uh, I just have to wait until, you know, till we see some sort of like, oh, here's why I quit. I didn't like what I saw. I don't think we'll see that. We'll, we'll see here. I hear about the prison that played baby shark for 72 hours to its prisoners. So bad. Like, if you know kids, you know how horrible of a punishment that is. So they don't like tortured with Justin Bieber songs or something like that. You ever hear that story? They played the song, baby over and over and over again. I feel like that's worse. I feel like I'd rather hear baby than some death metal though. Oh, I don't know. It depends on what death metal band we're talking about here. Like Chelsea, you're in job for a cowboy. I'm down. I'm down. Okay. Uh, Steve Jones, I'm not sure. I'm not sure. Uh, I can ask. I'll ask. I'll ask. All right. Let's talk about, uh, we do got some steak news here. steak.com allegedly hit by a $40 million security breach. Uh, it looks like, uh, it was founded in 2017. Maybe it's lost $40 million here. It was crypto or cybers alerts. I saw the Zach XBT tweeting about it as well. Um, so another, uh, Peck shield echo the cinnamon urge them to investigate the matter further. Uh, and Zach XBT also confirmed about 40 million have been moved across multiple blockchain networks. I think they were using Thor chain, um, acknowledge unauthorized transactions originating from their Ethereum and smart chain, hot wallets, uh, unauthorized transactions were made. We're investigating and we'll get the wallets up as soon as they're completely re-secured said user funds are safe. And, uh, all other wallets remain fully operational, which is their Bitcoin light coin XRP EOS and Tron wallets there. Um, and I think it was maybe down for a couple of hours, but it's as far as I know, it is now back up. Uh, yeah. Taco texted me that one. He's like, did they lost at the time? I thought it was 25. I was like, I'm pretty sure they have like 10 X that. So to be fair, I think 40 million is not that much money for steak. Not old. I don't know. I don't know, but I would, I would agree. That's probably what I would say. All right. It looks like people want death metal. Not a lot of Bieber fans. Zero believers out there. Um, okay. This is bullish for the bit squad. Bullish sparking joy. Sparks so much joy. I don't know. Bieber has a board. I have to support him. Yeah. Did you see that picture of him following his girlfriend around? No. Oh God. I think that was him. Um, yeah. He looks like a dog in tow though. So I'll post it. Haley. I think her name is all right. Let's talk about Elon here. All right. Uh, Drake has lost over 40 million in bad bets. They're fine. All right. Uh, Elon muffs accuses of anti defamation league of damaging exes reputation here. You attribute a 59% decline in their ad revenue to the ADL's influence. Uh, he announced the intent to file the lawsuit against them, accusing them of damaging the reputation of revenues by labeling, labeling him and the platform as antisemitic. Uh, he went after them, he led to them. Our us advertising revenue is still down primarily due to pressures on advertisers by ADL. So they're almost succeeded in killing X slash Twitter. According to a report by the times they're advertising revenue plummeted to 88 million during a five week period, reflecting about that 60% drop there. But why is their accusation a pivotal point? The ADL it's a watchdog against anti-Semitism and hate speech carries substantial clout. It's opinions can make or break relationships between advertisers and platforms. Moreover, the ADL has a history of critiquing social media channels for their lax policies on hate speech. They also have a reputation for losing their lawsuits. Uh, here, uh, they got fined 10 million for a different defamation lawsuit. So it looks like they don't, they're not any stranger to maybe labeling or, you know, spewing out criticism, maybe in the wrong direction. Um, I could say I never really saw that, that increased spike in hate speech. And it just seemed like such an easy metric to game by a Ukrainian bot farm, Russian bot farm, Chinese bot farm. You know, you're just like, I hate, you know, fill in the blank with whatever creed, race, country of origin. And then, uh, yeah. Hire somebody 50 K and you say, yeah, man, look at all the spiked hatred here. You know, it's clearly his fault. Exactly. They're increasing, uh, you know, controls that are increasing, uh, the, uh, the, let's see the guard rails of the algorithm. And so that's just been my experience. So I don't know, I hope, I hope they win and I don't like these large NGOs that just have too much power and then kind of sway a government direction here. I mean, even like early on when must first took over Twitter, remember that tweet he put out, I was like, probably aimed at Elizabeth Warren. He was like, I even like want my enemies to be able to say whatever they need to say on here. Yeah. But, but you know, you get my point though, that like, even if it's aimed at him, he still wants people to be able to say, wait, I know there's like, there is like that fine line between like free speech and hate speech. But like, if we're, if we can say like, whatever we want there, I don't think there should be aspects attached to that. And when people say things you don't want to read, just block them. I'm a, I'm a free speech absolutist. There's plenty of, uh, instances where speech is not covered by free speech. You know, you can't label threats against someone. You can't give, you know, false financial information. You know, the, the, the famous saying, the fire in the crowded movie theater, that's only just, you know, one small aspect of, you know, protected speech. Right. Uh, you ever talked to a foreigner about, you know, the free speech that are like, well, we do have free speech. We're like, well, can you say this? Oh no, you shouldn't be able to say that. Uh, especially like Germany in their past 67 years ago, you know, there's a lot of laws on that. Uh, and some of those German laws are coming after X right now for saying they weren't strong enough because they have a lot of, uh, anti-free speech laws in Germany and just regular countries in the EU. Uh, I know the UK has some pretty stringent guidelines. They have a little bit less freedom, but I'm not exactly sure on what those details are. Yeah. It's not looking good. Slippery slope. Have you seen the guys that are like going around cutting the cameras down now at this point, they're trying to put the social credit score on you driving your vehicle in and out of your neighborhood and they're doing it with camera systems. So they're starting to go around ripping all those systems out. So I, you know, say follow all local rules and regulations, but then at the same time, yeah. You know, sometimes reasonable men must do unreasonable things. Yes. Yes. All right. Let's talk about Elon. One more story here. Elon has secretly been funding doge coin development. A report reveals this from the wall street journal saying he's been secretly funding the development as an intriguing layer, uh, to the relationship with the canine themed cryptocurrency. Let's see this kind of going over the past of it here, but that said, while the extent of his financial involvement remains undisclosed, his ambition plans for the currency are clear. He has previously expressed his desire to elevate doge coin to outshine Bitcoin, aiming for it to become the currency of earth. Another one. Meanwhile, his involvement in doge coin hints at potential developments that could reshape the future of its price and applications. More important or most importantly, an official confirmation of the funding by himself could catapult the price after a prolonged period of sept volatility. Uh, the dog coin is down, but I still think it can 10 X from here. Uh, that might be a little bit tough. It might be a little bit tough to 10 X, but I think it can, cause there are more coins in circulation. I think every day, 250 million, uh, no, 14 million daily, 14 million. Okay. Yep. That's a lot of coins. That's a lot of coins. That's a lot of coins. And at least like with coins, I was just saying this on my video on Sunday. There are so many coins that if they don't have a ma a max supply, there are like a theory and has like a way, a deflationary push to keep things down. Like a, like a theory will eventually be completely deflationary at some point in time. But then you see cases like doge coin. The question isn't what it's like. The question is always how much more will it inflate between now and the top of the next projected bull run? Because like we were having that conversation with file coin, like, okay, like it has scary tokenomics, but if it's only going to do increase, you know, 20, 25% between now and November 25, is that that bad? But he is going to five X. Yeah. You're talking about the supply. Yeah. We were talking about the supply. So, you know, so it is scary to kind of take those things into consideration. I'm scared of doge coin when it comes to tokenomics. I won't hold it. I like the coin. I like the community and the project, but I'm not holding it. No way. All right. A car for coin Dubai full of freedom, right? No, no, no. I like America. You know, I like America. But that said, you are free to walk around with an expensive, you know, watch on your wrist. So there's different types of freedoms. I would not recommend doing that in a lot of US cities, although you have the freedom to. So it's just, you know, different, different ways of looking at it there. But me, I like being able to say what I want to say when I want to say it. That's my two cents there. G money. No, see, there's your comment right there. All right. Let's talk about a polygon here and G shock. Who has a G shock? Anyone even have G shock? They're cool for like two years. I think like before Apple watch, I guess Casio partners with Matic to release G shock NFT watches on unveiled their plans to launch the virtual G shock projects, the interactive user community aimed at bridging the gap between the G shock line of shock resistant watches and its global user base. This initiative will see the distribution of 15,000 limited edition G shock creator pass NFTs exclusively minted on the polygon blockchain set to commence September 23rd, 2023. So just a few weeks from here, the virtual G shot community will first be launched on discord first, and then the initial distribution will take place. These passes will grant holders exclusive access to co-creative projects and events within the community. I just want a, a real watch plus the NFT to be able to wear it. I think that's all people really want here. I recorded saying that as core our virtual G shock was built to be accessible, innovative, and inclusive. Many of the user experience must be frictionless and simple. This is why polygon was the most natural and logical choice for us. Here's a kind of just looking at polygons price there. Polygon just keeps making the big, big, uh, biz dev partnerships doing pretty good. All right. Now another gaming thing, another NFT, this is kind of bad news though. This is gala token and is down at 20% as the co-founders are suing each other. Oh wow. Yeah. Two co-founders. They took their business disagreements to court is filed in the Utah district and Eric Shire Meyer, Shire Meyer and Wright Thurston lawsuits against each other. They valued their token almost 20%. So we have Wright Thurston versus Eric Shire Meyer. Uh, here you can see the price is zoomed in on that. Why access looks pretty bad right there, right? Uh, the current CEO, uh, Shire Meyer believes that his co-founder is having a conflict of interest, namely Thurston siphoned $130 million worth of gala tokens in early 21 on behalf of the investment firm, true north United Thurston transfer fund to 43 wallets, and then, uh, allegedly committed convoluted transactions to offload them on exchanges. When the CEO confronted Thurston, he acknowledged portions of the sales somewhere to purchase ammunition for firearms and a later, all right, he's about to buy gala token drain, not as theft, but as legal property retrieval. He said, Hey, they're my tokens. If I want to sell them, I could sell them. If I want to buy brass, I'm a buy brass. The CEO further alleged that he legally sold the node licenses and kept all the profits. The nodes underpin the entire ecosystem and a license themselves are NFTs permitting node operators to become part of the network. Uh, but on Thurston's side, he also filed a lawsuit. He was saying, Hey, his investment firm also represents this other group to which he serves as a director on behalf of the investors. It's allegations appear more severe. He's accusing the CEO of corporate waste conversion and unjust enrichment. Shire Meyer conducted elaborate schemes without going through proper company channels. The allegation is so severe. It appears that gala games will unwind as the gaming block, uh, the main web three blockchain gaming platform, whether, uh, they are proven correct. Gala management is reminiscent of post-mortem FTX showing severe lack of governance and transparency. According to Polaris research, blockchain gaming is growing. It's going to keep on growing here. They're shouting out, uh, ape cane, ape coin, as well as down 96%, which is the, uh, the run-up leading up to the NFT mint, uh, gala interesting development here. It's not great for the ecosystem. I will say that it looks like both. Now this is just my guess. I have no idea what's happening. I think we'll see more discovery, more facts come to light. But if I had to guess, it looks like they both pocketed a little bit more than the other one. Like, you know, Oh, you sold 10 million. Well, guess what? I'm a sell 10 million. Oh, I didn't know he sold that to my, I shouldn't have more. I'm CEO. I'm selling 15 and now they're just pointing fingers at each other. Uh, we have spoon with the dollar or the one pound super chat there. Uh, just know nothing but his name, no spoon or moon boy. So on this gala thing, it is a bummer to see this. If you want to pull my chart really fast, I just want to show that right here, where it is. If you look at this was right before we took off in the beginning of the year over here, now we are right at that level, like double bottom idea, or if we fall through that is really bad news. So it is literally sitting right there. Very, very important sitting right there. And here's the thing you can clear my chart. Here's the thing like with gala. So I did a price prediction on gala and I talked to someone very high up the ladder. I forget who it was at gala. And, you know, I had a lot of questions about their tokenomics. Um, if you watch that price prediction video, a lot of people in the gala community, weren't exactly bullish on AJ that day, but I, I let it eat. I said what I thought, uh, their tokenomics situation is not the best. And I asked there, you know, the guy straight up, Bob was like, Hey man, like, what's the deal like with the tokenomics. And he said, this is literally what he said. He said, well, we're not really worried about the coins. We're good. Then blah, blah, blah. And I get that. But like, you were worried about the tokens when you took your cut, when you made the distribution chart, but now that that's all done, now you're worried about the game. You're kind of making me think of something. Oh, all we have to do is just build one game. And it almost speaks to this point of like, yeah, we just do that and we're done folks. You know what I mean? The rest of the ecosystem would just pick up any popular game that like sweeps the nation by storm, a fall guys, uh, and up only a flappy bird. Oftentimes it will crash servers. It will crash the system that it's on, you know, the, the, the code base or whether it's, you know, their server farms with AWS can't handle the load. And then, so if you have this like laissez-faire attitude, it makes me wonder about what is your followup going to be after you do hit the ball out of the park, which are killer app. Everyone loves it. Do you have the execution necessary to scale it up to that next level? This whole thing makes me think, maybe not. I mean, like we've had this conversation before DZ is that we like that there's multiple games for gala. They're building new games all the times and all they really need is one game to really boom, boom, boom to, you know, to go to the moon. But like making a good game is really, really difficult, especially when you're, when your competition is Madden, when your competition is grand theft auto six or red dead redemption, or like good games that people like to play, like people want triple a gaming. And I kind of, I've always felt that for crypto, a crypto project to really take off in a gaming atmosphere is going to take a really good game. I understand like having fun, like with the, like the downgrade of games that are integrated with crypto, but like people want that real experience and it's going to take something massive for it to happen the way it is in everybody's minds. That's just me though.
"roy kent" Discussed on Trivia With Budds
"This. We are back with the answers to Ted Lasso, actors and actresses, let's see how you did. On this quiz. Number one, Hannah waddingham, who plays Rebecca and Ted Lasso. Played the shame nun on what HBO series, Game of Thrones, Game of Thrones, Hannah waddingham is like an amazing Broadway singer. Look up some of her clips she is very talented and I think she sings on every season of Ted Lasso in some way. Number two, which actor filmed a segment featuring Elmo Grover and ask her the grouch for season 53 of Sesame Street, Brett Goldstein, Roy Kent himself. Number two, Brett Goldstein. Number three, Juno Temple played Marilyn Monroe on an episode of what Comedy Central series drunk history. Number three, drunk history. Got to host trivia one time at the Comedy Central drunk history tent at a big comedy festival in San Francisco. Probably about 6 years ago now. With Derek waters creator of drunk history, it was very, very fun. And all the bartenders in the tent were dressed as different historical figures. So I was like, Abe Lincoln, getting you like a gin and tonic. It was very fun. Number four, Brendan hunt, who plays coach beard, has appeared in commercials for Geico, Volkswagen, Oscar Myers, and skittles. That was the colorful candy. Skittles taste the rainbow. I bet he's in a weird one because there's a lot of weird skittles commercials. Number 5, Phil dunster, who plays Jamie tart played colonel John Armstrong and what Agatha Christie adapted film of 2017, murder on the Orient Express, murder on the Orient Express. Number 6, which Winnie the pooh character did Nick Muhammad voice in 2018s Christopher Robin, piglet. Number 6 is piglet. Number 7 James Lance, who plays Trent krem played a character named Martin aenus on a British comedy called toast of London. I mentioned it in the intro is one of my favorite shows to rewatch toast of London. Number 8, Jason Sudeikis was an animated father on son of zorn, son of zorn, kind of a cool idea. He was like a he man type animated character who had a real life son. I believe. I don't think I ever saw, but I remember the trailer for it. Number 9, toki jibo, who plays Sam is on an Amazon sci-fi drama series with Toni Collette called the power. Looks very cool. I kind of want to watch it. I think he's a photojournalist on it. Number ten, Sam Richardson, who is Edwin a Foucault host the little buff boy sketch on I think you should leave season three coming soon. I think in 18 days, it's at the end of the month. And I'm going to have a watch party. It's the funniest sketch series. I think I've ever seen. I'm going to say it. I've watched season one and two about 15 times. And that's another show. You can just keep watching over and over again. So can't wait for season three of that. And we'll do an episode, probably right before that comes out on seasons one and two, the best sketches from, I think you should leave. The bonus here for two points by the end of season three of Ted Lasso, 34 episodes will have aired. There's tenancies in one, 12 in season two, and 12 in season three, season three episodes are all almost an hour or longer, which is very exciting. So it's almost like a double season because season one, I think they're all right around a half hour. It's almost like we got four seasons of the show. But there you have it, Ted Lasso, actors and actresses, thanks for playing along today. Hope you had fun with that episode. We have a fact of the day for you, and that fact of the day is all about Japan. In Japan, there is a spa, where you can swim in a pool filled with red wine. So if you want to go soak and wine, go to Japan. There's your fact of the day. Fun thing I wanted to mention, I'm giving away a Ted Lasso funko pop of coach beard with a hula hoop around his waist pointing at you. It's a very cool, it was a con exclusive that now they carry at target. And I'm going to mail one to a very lucky Patreon subscriber. You have to be a subscriber of Patreon, Patreon dot com slash tribute with buds by this Monday. I'm going to do the raf on Monday. So I'm going to take all, I think I have 80 patrons. Put their names in a raffle, and pull one name that one name will get a free Ted Lasso, coach beard with a hula hoop at his rave on that episode from season two. Funko pop exclusive to cons and target. If you want to try and win that, make sure you are at least a dollar, to your member, Patreon dot com slash trivia with buds by this Monday, which is may 15th. Okay, we'll do that raffle sometime in the middle of the day on Monday. Your categories challenge is coming up right now and it is the letter E let's see if I can do this. Words associated with winter, how about Easter? No, that's more spring. Words associated with winter. Equator. Nope, that's the opposite. I can't think of anything. Nothing with E for winter for me. Man, that seems like it should have been easier. Things that have wheels. How about this one? Oh, this is bad. And things that you can get fired for egging your boss's car. There you go. I got one out of three. Egging your boss's car egging in general. We used to do that in high school. It's a terrible thing. I'd be so mad if I came out and it was egg all over my car from some punks, but we were those punks. Don't be those punks, tell your kids not to do that. I have a great time as a parent just thinking of all the awful things I did growing up and just explaining to my kids why those were obvious to do. And they're always like, you did that. I'm like, yeah, I was kind of a jerk. But most kids are. And all you have to do is guide them to not be as jerky as you were. I think that's all our goals as parents. Thanks for listening. Thanks for telling a friend, and we'll see you next time for more trivia with buds, cheers.
"roy kent" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show
"Kin. Anyway, once that lunch with Bill Lawrence happened, things moved very, very quickly. And boom, now we're here. And I know I'm not ready to get to the here part here, because to me it is amazing. How the show blossomed. And I'm just wondering, where did the idea of where did the humanity of this come from? Because again, it's not a sports show. It is a show about a sports team, and it's about coaches. And then there is some competition scenes in it and what have you. That's not what this is. This is a different show about relationships about obviously mental health and mental awareness and things of that nature. Where did that DNA come from? Yeah, I mean, we always knew it was going to be a workplace ensemble comedy. That happened to take place in the world of soccer. Yes. And as we were making this and I'll try to get two political here, but as we were making it, we were in the throws of Trump time. We were a couple years in. And the main way I was thinking about that was like, how does that how does this era affect how people think of Americans? And I lived in Andrew name for 5 years, and a go to of the comedy we were doing there was like playing on European stereotypes of Americans and back and forth. And yeah, this guy, right now, running his mouth on our behalf. I don't think is what we are actually like. And none of us thought that, you know? If nothing else, the discourse was being poisoned. And so we just had this notion that had begun with the second commercial, really, that that Ted is a guy who is, you know, he's Midwestern, and he cares about people and he's curious about people, and he does not judge people. At first go. And as opposed to being someone who is who thinks it's the hope that kills you and he thinks, you know, do you believe in miracles? We wanted to, on some level, restore, even if it's a myth. What we think, you know, sort of the best part of being American is. And what's different about America, Vis-à-vis the rest of the world. And was there an awareness at the time as you're creating this, that there was kind of a major league vibe to it with the female owner of the team trying to jettison the team's hopes of being successful for her own personal reasons. 100%. Yeah, I mean, we drew from many sports movies of our youth and minor league was a major league was a great starting off point because in major league, that character, she's just evil. She just wants the team to tank. Right. But then, you know, we in the writer's room, and there's four women out of ten writers in our writers room. They're like, okay, but why is she like that? There has to be a reason. Yes. And once you start getting into the why, well, that opens up a whole thing for us of we're going to bring in lots of sports movie sort of archetypes and maybe even tropes in here. But we can go deeper in each of them. Go deeper in the pretty boy punk superstar. Go deeper in the aging legend. Find out the why instead of the what? And then the whole world and every character becomes richer and therefore, hopefully the comedy does too. So Roy Kent is the Tom berenger character of this, if we're just continuing the connective tissue. No, Roy Kent is crash Davis. Roy Kent is, you know? You're going there, bull Durham on me on that. The Roy Kent character, I've got Brendan hunt here on the rich eisen show, played by Brett Goldstein, is one of my favorite characters. And I'm not saying this because you're here and you're part of birthing it and it's truly one of our favorite characters. I include everybody here ever created. And I truly mean that. I just think everything out of his mouth is hilarious or poignant. And there's hardly anything in between and how did you get you hooked up with Brett? And is this all him? Is that all him? Roy Kent, is that all? I mean, he's a big, he's a big chunk of it. I mean, how Brett got the part is his own great little story. He was a writer on the show. First and foremost, and that was going to be it. Okay. But he had to leave early because he was the showrunner on his own show on AMC called soul mates. And so he left with still a month or so left of the writers room. By that point, we were starting to cast some of the characters. We'd cast Higgins, we'd cast Rebecca and we're starting to look at Roy's. And Roy, we can get into the separately is based on a real Roy. This guy Roy Keane, this legendary heart Scrabble midfielder from Ireland. And we were seeing guys in that sort of macho vein. Yes. On his way out, the door, Brett filmed himself doing the Roy audition scenes. And he sent it to Bill Lawrence with the most humble, typically Brett, apologetic email, like, hey, I think I could play Roy. I filmed these scenes if you think it's pardon the language, but that's what he said. We never had to talk about it again. And they watched them that day before I got there. I was late for whatever reason when I got in. There was a buzz about the place. Like, what's happening? Brett filmed himself as Roy, and I mean, truly, I was like, oh yeah. Good for him. Fire it up. And it was so clear right away. Like, oh no, that's him. Brett's Roy. Yeah. This is great. So yeah, the gravelly voice down too. He had that whole thing down too. It was not yet as gravelly as it would become. But when he had the timing he had the pain he had, the comedy, you know, he's a very, very talented man and he just happens to have finally found the exact right part to bring that out to the world. Because there's a Twitter account, do you run at the AFC Richmond Twitter account? No, nothing to do with it. Okay. Because I think there's some actual stuff original stuff that he's in. I've seen it on this Twitter account. Maybe is it on the lasso account? Maybe I'm missing it, where he's playing Roy Kant and he's doing interviews and their outtakes and hilarious. They have us film they'll take us on a Sunday during filming and film the next 8 months worth of social media content. That stuff they write for us and then yeah, it starts rolling out now. It really is brilliant. All of it. Just makes you think when the credits roll, you sometimes sit there and you're disappointed. The show's over, but it leaves you there thinking about stuff. It truly is amazing. Brendan hunt here, again, co creator co writer actor in the most decorated comedy that we've ever seen from the Emmys, most Emmy winning comedy for the second year in a row, breaking records with four total wins, including Emmys for outstanding comedy series lead actor, which is Jason and Brett Goldstein in directing. Ted Lasso, the newest season in final season is on Apple TV plus, which you can
"roy kent" Discussed on Northwest Newsradio
"Lasso? The podium is yours. I appreciate it. Thank you. Jason Sudeikis was in the briefing room next to castmates, including Brett Goldstein, who plays Roy Kent. They're promoting mental health as a part of overall health. And the importance of seeking help, despite the stigma. Doesn't need to be that way. And simply offering support to those around you. It's a big theme of the show is to check in. Sudeikis did have some fun. Yes, sir, you're familiar face. Hi. Taking one question from a packed room. Fake journal. Castmate James Lance was standing among the real ones. Sudeikis answered one more question on his way out. Would he do his Saturday Night Live, Joe Biden impression? They got the real one here now. Sagar Meghani at The White House. There was an unusual moment before the Ted Lasso crew began their press briefing at The White House. A correspondent from today news Africa began shouting at Karin Jean Pierre, claiming he was being discriminated against. His claims prompted pushback from The White House correspondents association, as well as other reporters in the room. More pink slips for Amazon employees. Here's technology reporter chuck palm. Amazon today announced an additional 9000 people being laid off, which brings their total number to 27,000 positions in the past few months or 9% of its 300,000 strong corporate workforce, Amazon said they will finalize who it will terminate in these new round of job cuts by the end of April. New information leaked on Twitter today shows that Microsoft is developing an Ethereum crypto wallet for their edge browser. The information shows it's part of a very limited test phase only for Microsoft Edge development channel users, Ferrari announced that a ransomware attack has hit their companies IT systems. The sports car maker said that customer information was exposed, but was limited to names, addresses emails and telephone numbers, but it appears no financial data has been leaked. Bitcoin trading down slightly, 27,700 and Ethereum down to 1730. For more tech news, visit the top tech talk show dot com. I'm chuck palm. Now, until with a check of sports on America in the morning, here's Robert workman. NBA Monday, the bulls that lasted the 76ers one O 9 one O 5 in double overtime ending Philadelphia's 8 game winning streak. Joel embiid had 37 points and 16 rebounds in a losing effort. Julius Randle scored 57 points for the Knicks, but they lost to the timber wolves. So as a result, driven person, you know, I'll try to focus on the process and a little bit more and are we taking the necessary steps to get better and build us a team? Dorian prince led Minnesota with 35. Warriors ripped the rockets to snap an 11 game road losing streak. Grizzlies, rally past the Mavericks, jazz got by the kings and the hornets poked the pacers. College basketball, the NCAA men's tournament, sweet 16 begins on Thursday. In the women's second round, a second top seed bit the dust. Indiana losing to Miami 70 68, the hurricanes led wire to wire in Bloomington, Stanford felden Mississippi on Sunday. The women's sweet 16 games are Friday and Saturday and 19 quarterfinal games tonight and tomorrow, those four winners advanced in New York City next week. CBI's semifinal games tonight in Daytona Beach, Florida, eastern Kentucky against southern Utah, then Radford versus Charlotte, NHL, the avalanche blame the Blackhawks 5, nothing Alexander Georgia have made 27 saves. Panthers clipped the red wings for their 6th win in 7, moving into playoff position in the east. Senators tripped the penguins Dylan Ferguson stopped 48 shots for Ottawa in his first NHL start. Welcome to the show meet king stuffed out the flames and the oilers pass the sharks in overtime. And Team USA will meet Japan for the world baseball classic title tonight in Miami. Last night the summer I got two in the bottom of the 9th to beat Mexico. That's Tuesday sports. Thanks, Robert, 7 till. When we return on America in the morning, the happiest nation
"roy kent" Discussed on Northwest Newsradio
"A long overdue and Frank recognition of the stark violence that police inflicted on west Philadelphia residents and protesters. Now that's Charles mclaurin, senior counsel for the legal defense fund. He tells action news 6 in Philadelphia. The settlement also recognizes the continued significance of the calls for racial justice and police accountability. Philadelphia mayor Jim Kenney says this is one step in the direction toward reconciliation. I'm Pamela fur. Now 12 till, when TikTok CEO shows the Chu testifies before Congress on Thursday, he plans to release new data showing the popular video sharing app is more a part of the daily lives of most Americans than ever thought. Chew is expected to say that as many as 150 million Americans use the Chinese owned app, which is about 50% more than originally estimated. The Justice Department and the FBI are currently investigating TikTok and their parent company over allegations, employees through the app spy on journalists. The Ted Lasso cast has visited The White House for a talk with President Biden about mental health, Washington correspondent Sagar Meghani reports. Coach lasso? The podium is yours. Thank you. Jason Sudeikis was in the briefing room next to castmates, including Brett Goldstein, who plays Roy Kent. They're promoting mental health as a part of overall health. And the importance of seeking help, despite the stigma. Doesn't need to be that way. And simply offering support to those around you. It's a big theme of the show is to check in. Sudeikis did have some fun. Yes
"roy kent" Discussed on WTOP
"The Ted Lasso cast paid a visit to The White House for a talk with President Biden about the country's mental health. Coach lasso? The podium is yours. Thank you. Jason Sudeikis was in the briefing room next to castmates, including Brett Goldstein, who plays Roy Kent. They're promoting mental health as a part of overall health and the importance of seeking help despite the stigma. Doesn't need to be that way. And simply offering support to those around you. It's a big theme of the show is to check in. Sudeikis did have some fun. Yes, sir, you're familiar face. Hi. Taking one question from a packed room. That's right. Fake journalist Castmate James Lance was standing among the real ones. Sudeikis answered one more question on his way out. Would he do his Saturday Night Live, Joe Biden impression? They got the real one here now. Sagar Meghani at The White House. The maker of a popular powdered infant formula is voluntarily recalling one of its products. Gerber says it's pulling some of its Gerber good start soothe pro powdered infant formula because it may be contaminated with bacteria. Check the label the formula would be made between January 2nd and the 18th of this year. The company says so far, no products have shown any signs of bacteria contamination. No one has gotten sick. You can throw this product out or ask for a refund at the store. His high wire stunts were chronicled in the 2008 documentary man on wire. This week he's going to perform two stunts at the national
Bidens hosts 'Ted Lasso' cast to promote mental health
"The Ted Lasso cast as visited The White House for a talk with President Biden about mental health. Coach lasso? The podium is yours. I appreciate it. There you go. Thank you. Jason Sudeikis was in the briefing room next to castmates, including Brett Goldstein, who plays Roy Kent. They're promoting mental health as a part of overall health and the importance of seeking help despite the stigma. Doesn't need to be that way. And simply offering support to those around you. It's a big theme of the show is like to check in. Sudeikis did have some fun. Yes, sir, you're familiar face. Hi. Taking one question from a packed room. Fake journalists. Castmate James Lance was standing among the real ones. Sudeikis answered one more question on his way out. Would he do his Saturday Night Live, Joe Biden impression? They got the real one here now. Sagar Meghani at The White House.
"roy kent" Discussed on Lakers Nation Podcast
"I think this is it. And then Darby is also played. And he was a good part of the pistons championships team in 2004, and he's won a title now with the box. So he's played too, so I think it's easier. And it makes sense. Like it's easier like if you're a professional soccer player and you have some dude that just became a coach telling you something versus a former soccer player who won a title telling you, hey, you suck at this. I think you're going to listen to the guy that played more quickly than you would. The player who just became a coach, so I think that plays a part as well. So the Ted Lasso effect is what you're talking about. You got to get your Roy Kent in there. To fix that. Offensively. This is scary. I'm going to show you something here. It's a little bit disturbing. And you show me this. Podcast podcast listeners. Apologies. Well, actually, if you're fortunate that you don't get to see this, so congratulations. This is Russell Westbrook's shot chart from NBA dot com. That's a whole lot of red. That's a lot of red. That is a lot of red. But here's Sean, this is my concern. Forget about the red for a moment. And just think about the shot distribution. Just let's just talk about the shot distribution for a second. You look at the shots that are coming in and where they're coming from. 665 attempts at the rim, you look at the long mid range, 20 shots from one spot, 54 from another 16, 43. Like, look, that's the area that drove me crazy when you took the spot to break that up. Look at that right long two. 13 for 43. Like that's why you would I had no hair during the season because Russell just come down with 20 seconds left on the shot clock and pull from right there. That's the, yeah, that's the 20 seconds left on the clock shot that drove us crazy. But still, 36 quarter threes, he was green there. Now obviously the top of the R three is 113 from one spot and he only made 30 of them. That's horrifically bad, right? Then you've got 15 to 64 from the other side, but if you look at the distribution, there's not a lot here that's a true mid range. He's mostly shooting at the rim, which is what we would have asked Russ's shot in distribution to look like. So if you forget the fact that he just he missed a lot of these shots in terms of what shots do you want him taking? Yes, we can complain about the shots that he takes with 20 seconds left on the clock. We can complain about the mid range shots that he does take. But this is still improvement here. So on the offensive end in terms of making Russell weapon, do you change the distribution? What do you do? Because I don't,.
"roy kent" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"The Ukrainian refugees have been fleeing their country and staggering numbers since Russia launched its full scale invasion about 13 days ago Looks like 8 for Ukraine could get a bump in the omnibus bill Now lawmakers are working on that one and a half $1 trillion government funding package that omnibus which would include funding for COVID relief and for Ukraine both chambers have to pass this by Friday night to avoid a government shutdown The numbers around the supplemental bills have been shifting Lawmakers now looking to lower the total for the coronavirus and increase the amount for Ukraine they could see a boost from 10 billion to $12 billion The house is going to take a look at it tomorrow Global news 24 hours a day on air and on Bloomberg quicktake powered by more than 2700 journalists and analysts in more than 120 countries I'm Amy Morris This is Bloomberg Matt All right Amy thanks very much for that Amy Morris They're giving us a wrap of what's going on in the world national stage Of course we are waiting speaking of that on President Biden He is expected to come out and tell us a little bit more about what the U.S. is doing in response to Russia They're going to ratchet up sanctions We're expecting an oil embargo and we're expecting the UK to join the U.S. in that in that embargo So we will bring you the president as soon as he begins to speak Or watching crazy crazy swings in commodity prices and we were just talking about the moves that we saw in nickel That doesn't take my focus away from what we're seeing in crude Nymex WTI is still 6 and a half percent right now a $127 and 19 cents a barrel Brent crude is up 6 and a half percent to one 31 O 9 So this has been the focus of markets for going on a week but it's just been running higher and higher and the main question I was just talking about this at what point is an oil embargo priced into this market because we've been waiting for a couple of days already We knew this was coming and we're not buying any oil from Russia right now anyway Transportation firms aren't shipping it banks aren't funding it Nobody wants it Let's go over to Mike mcglone He covers commodities for us for Bloomberg intelligence and I don't understand how much we need to rise here before this is all priced in I think that's the key thing to be thinking about right Matt now is we're pretty close to pricing the extreme peaks we had in 1990 when sad was saying invaded Kuwait and we lost about 6 to 7% of global supply In this case Russia is about 6% of global exports the key thing is we probably won't lose those to the markets That's going to go to China So the market's price for supply shock and the bigger thing might be the demand the demand destruction But the key thing you're seeing on the screen now and WTI about one 30 is about 2.1 times the 60 month moving average That was about the peak in 1990 and about the peak in 2008 So we're very priced from a very worst case scenario right now in crude oil Well demand destruction it's interesting We were talking to Dan Pickering a longtime energy investor yesterday and he was saying you're already going to start seeing it pretty soon At what point do you think people start seeing demand destruction oil What's the price And how does that play out Well I think it's happening right now particularly if you just call the rules of Peter lynch and Larry summers you know watch the women Peter lynch said in many summers don't underestimate the power of consumer sentiment Just watching the tape with the war reading New York Times it's happening And I think the enduring rally that's really kicking in today that might be the most significant is a goal Go just broke about $2000 an ounce It's basically about 20 bucks from an all time high If you look at 2022 from the end of the year standpoint I think that's one commodity we see it's more enduring because what we've seen is beginning of a recession kicking in sparked by higher commodities in the war which is the worst case for high commodities because that's their own cure but gold is probably going to be the more enduring Now leave you with this Copper is down in the day That's indicating there's a problem I would be remiss if I did not go back and double check What you just said Larry summers said watch the women Did you say that No that was Peter lynch Classic LOL So I'm putting in the computer lunch So he said watch the women you know wives and mothers and things They control the spending the world but Larry summers don't underestimate consumer sentiment and spending What I see here is on a global scale when the worst things I've ever seen to crush consumer spending I don't want to be sentenced but it's international women's day I say yes Exactly But I want to point out at least at my house that is right I mean I'm not allowed to spend I think more than a $100 If I don't run it by my wife now Yes Yes I mean I don't want to talk about my bad habits but they are there You're not there yet Wait till you wait till you have kids and your husband has a problem with motorcycle purchases Mike mcglone thank you so much for joining us Pleasure having you on And especially interesting to hear what you have to say when we see these kind of swings of course Mike spent years in the pits trading commodities So he is one of our go to guests when we see this kind of movement And as we're saying earlier or as Tracy was saying and you were quoting her you see this kind of volatility just ripple through markets right It hits first the commodities then it goes to rates and it goes to stocks and we're just seeing it make waves across the globe It's where I can't It's here it's there It's everywhere Roy Kent from Ted Ted Lasso Yeah I like it I like it All right so I guess I feel like I feel like checking in with Angie gildea right now She is a national security national sector leader I should say energy natural resources and chemicals Joining us from KPMG and it's a great time to have you on Angie because the moves that we're seeing just the uncertainty here I mean I honestly don't know if anyone wants to answer questions in this kind of market How difficult is it It's a lot of uncertainty out there and really it's anyone's guess in terms of what will happen next You know it's interesting because it's also Sarah week right now where there is a lot of energy executives meeting down in Texas right You have Vicki holla saying that there are real risks out there I mean what are oil executives worried about right now You know I have in the 25 years in my career in energy I don't know that I've seen quite anything like this So there's a significant number of risks I think the first risk that we all have to grapple with is the risk around energy security That's number one for all of us making sure we have got the energy sources when we need it Now there's enough The good news the silver lining if there is a silver lining of all of this is there is enough oil and gas out there to meet the world's demand We just passed to get it to the right to the right places and through the right markets And we've been undersupplied for a while now due to the lack of investment in this sector And that on top of some of the challenges we're seeing right now Is there anything that this administration can do to get that investment flowing again Have they done it already Are the wildcatters out there looking for more oil Are they fracking to get us gas rather than shipping it in via freighter from LNG from Russia What do you see happening in that regard Well I think the good news is we have seen rig counts increase we have seen drilling increased in the U.S. but these things take time It's not something that you can necessarily turn on as spigot like you do with your with your water in the supply is immediately there And so it's going to take a while to get to get supply back into the market And really the big question out there is will OPEC step up and release additional capacity to the market I wonder if you could speak a little bit about the relationship between U.S. oil companies and OPEC here because you have I want to go back to those vikki hala the Occidental CEO comments what she says is a dire situation that world energy markets can't rely on major growth in the Permian Basin And so how do we think about the relationship between the U.S. and OPEC Well I think that's something that we've always grappled with to some extent The challenge has been over the last few years Capital capital spending CAPEX has been cut.
"roy kent" Discussed on Charger Chat
"Time to put your money William mouth is. What's my sentiment excitement? Thoughts are like totally appreciated. All right, folks, time to get into ask both fam after this loss. Let's see how fun you guys make this. Apparently, we've got a contest going on where somebody could be a couple of winners with some charger Chad merch. What's this with the stipulation there, Kev? They got to make sure this is laughed the hardest, whoever the funniest question gets to charge that t-shirts. We could all use a good laugh right now, guys. Okay. The whole idea, I was like, we could come in and really just be bummed out on this team right now where we could try and make each other laugh. I usually like that. I like to feel better about it. I enjoy a giggle. I like laugh. All right. Let's see, let's see how funny these folks were today. We start this off with a dirty sock one O one. Nice. Off to a good start with a great name. Who has the question? Fellows. I wasn't able to catch the game. But what some of the things that stood out to you? Look. Did the run day improve? Did our special teams signings contribute? Okay. Love you bye. I love that you're like you're getting the game recap from Oscar didn't even watch it. Thanks for the talk. We appreciate it. Okay, so things that stood out to us, obviously the kicking game was kicker. Kick in. Fixed. That was great. Obviously, the big Justin Jackson run like that was his second ever probably. I think it was like the second longest run recently just behind Melvin Gordon. Like, it was like some kind of record or something. How about getting caught, though? Yeah, that was kind of rough. Getting very tired. Oh, yeah. That first touch down by ecological. That was weird. That was the offensive line being awesome and just overpowering that gimbal. You kept expecting to hear the refs blow the whistle, but it just kept moving, kept moving. Kept moving and then boom touchdown. I was like, what? Did that even happen? That was awesome. That was pretty crazy. That stood out a lot. The run D, if you looked on paper, it looked like an improved but apparently if you watched the game if it didn't really seem that way. Didn't feel like you got that much better. Technically, you could say it did. It didn't feel like it. And special teams, Andre Roberts man, there was a couple of times ran out of the end zone on that. He had one he ran almost to the 25, which was better than any of the his average is now higher than all the other guys that came before him. So I just didn't really do it. He didn't really have an impact. Didn't have a chance. But the kick-offs were mostly touchbacks. I feel like there was one that got run out. And then yeah, it just, it was okay. It felt maybe slightly better than it has been. Slightly better. A hair's worth, okay? Within this any kicks. I think there's just the kicks at all. Extra points or otherwise. So dirty sock one O one, thank you for asking the question. Let's move it on now to Logan Roy Kent. Who asked the question? Turn around. Every now and then I get a little bit tired of you never turning round. And now and then I get a little bit pissed because I threw a ball at your back. Every now and then I get a little bit nervous that the best of all your years have gone by turn. And now and then I get a little bit terrify when I can't see you look with your eyes. Turn around, Jerry. Every now and then you fall upon turn around Jerry, every now and then we fall upon. And we need you on this play. So please turn around and make, I don't know this song very well. But if I could throw to slay, we wouldn't feel so devastating and if you could just turn to your right because the football's been thrown together we can take it to the gulf line. Your play is either greater bed like all of them time. All of the time. I don't know what to do, 'cause I'm always throwing darts. Why wasn't that one complete? Did you have a brain fart? I really need you this play. This game depends on this one play. This game depends on this. Once upon a time I was thrown into score, but now I'm only throwing the backs. There's nothing I can do a pick 6 in my stance. That was awesome. I didn't make that any better. I know the turnaround business, but then I was just like, who knows the song? I know the chorus. And then you fall apart. Well, okay, yeah, I wasn't a question for you there, but yeah, that was the truth. God damn truth. Honestly. So you speak the truth. That was a good laugh. Thank you. You're on the list. Let's move it on now too. I'm allergic to jerks. Who asks the question? You know what? Ted Lasso wouldn't complain about losses, and I'm not going to either. To quote Danny Rojas, footballer's life, but also football his death. And sometimes football is just football. But mostly football is life. Translation, football is full of fun and fun is what makes life so great. But football can also make you want to die. And sometimes football is just a game. And we should remember to chill. It's just football, but damn if it isn't fun, right? Shamelessly optimistic. Remember, the start of the season when so many of us were saying how promising it would be if we could be at or above 500 after the first 6 or 7 games. I do. Keep your heads up, people. Schedule gets easier and our first year coach is above 500 despite a tough stretch of games to start. Herbert isn't broken, coaching isn't broken. There will be highs and lows, guaranteed on both counts. So enjoy the ride. Heads will roll, the remix by a track is a great Halloween party song, but we don't have to make heads roll just yet. Fixable problems take time to fix. I thought I was going to try to be funny to win that shirt, but when I remember the game and I had to pick myself up again, Laos is suck. Stay strong, bolt chase. Another true speaker. I love all of it. But that's a good point. We are above 500. 500. Not us specifically, but a lot of other people were like, that would be great if we were about 500, so. Right. We're just that. We are four and three can't forget it. Yeah, come on. We're keeping an eye. God, come on. Don't move on now.
"roy kent" Discussed on Charger Chat
"Know. I think it kind of goes back to what we were talking about. I think it was just a game plan specific and like you said, tight ends and running backs. Today was their day. That was their game. That's what they decided to utilize and they saw something in that cover three that Gus runs and they attacked it and it worked. What's the scene? The same is the one part of a cover three that just is the weak spot. And I saw so many videos on YouTube today. If people breaking down just to manipulating the safety coming back to the steam, looking off the safety, coming back to the other theme, that's just the soft spot. And I think power two are offense for not forcing it. I think all of our fans are wanting us to force the ball to Keenan to Mike because nothing good can happen if we don't, but we won the game. We scored 28 points. It doesn't usually always work usually. There's negative things that come with forcing anymore. Right. So if they're going to give you something to take it, and that's what we did. And I love it. I love that those guys, we know that they're great, and they're gonna get plenty of balls, but that's just, that's what they gave us, and that's what we took. There you go. Thank you, blond surfer for asking the question, moving on now to see the king won. Who asked the question? Do you think Bala has played his last snap as a charger? And same for our pipkins, absent from disastrous injury. What is the best lineup for offense and offensive line in your opinion, including the 6th and 7th lineman? Yeah, Roy Kent from Ted Lasso. I love that show so much. I like, I think storm Norton is 6, because you get Brian blogger back he's 5. And then schofield is apparently who they like, which they pipkins didn't see the field, right? I think once blogger comes back, pipkins is gonna get the kick to the practice squad. And they keep schofield on the roster. You wouldn't have made that decision here as the schofield wouldn't come in as a 6th guy if they hadn't already made that decision. So blogger to come back and be active. And then top hipkins off, yeah. All right. There you go. See the king won. Thank you for asking the question. We move on now to mugs bugs B. Who has the question? Oh, hey, guys, I'm back. Jewelry, man. He's not so bad. He's been playing his ass off these last two games. He's making his presence known, yeah. First round pick. Come on. It was a slope. It was a slow burn. It was a very slow burn, we kept him on simmer for a long time and now we're kind of cranking up the heat. Slow cooked. I mean, again, it kind of feels like staley is just finding ways to utilize these guys better or just unlocking their potential. You know, in the same way that Craig talked about nastier adderley, like we've had in his serial for a few years now and you don't always hear his name get mentioned on these plays and now we're starting to see this here at her. He's coming to play. And people up. Yeah. Turning to thumper. Yeah, Jerry tillery, I mean, boy, and just when he gets riled up, I mean, normally, when you see Jerry tiller, he's just got that kind of like flat expression. Like he doesn't show any emotion, but man when he hits somebody, you know he's excited. That's pretty pretty special. So hey, mugs, bugs, but we feel that man, thank you. For making this statement, I guess, in this case, let's move it on now to condy 34. Certified fresh, who asked the question. With Mike dubs big start and roll in the new offense. Do we let him walk? The plank. No. I don't want. We've said it before. It's like, if you played well, he's gonna get paid a shit ton of money, or we franchise the tag in for a year. Or he doesn't play well and we don't want to bring him back on for how much money he's gonna want. Yeah. We're in the stuff either way. We're in this weird little area right now where he's, you know, up until this last week he's been one of the best wide receivers in football. It depends on how creative the accounting gets, I guess. I think franchise tag would probably make the most sense for one more year, I don't know. It feels like it's more about financial decision than anything else. And as long as the money is right, keep it. He's clearly got it. And we can make it. Yeah. I'm all about it. So we'll let the accountants do the accounting, but condi 34, thank you for asking the question, we move it on now to jiggy smalls. Who asked the question? Which the real expectations for this team this season. Super bowl. Super Bowl. Super bowl. With MVP. The Raiders again. Yeah, dude, I mean, you can have people come in here and go like, well, realistically, given the strength of schedule the Chargers are playing against. Hey, my real expectation, my real expectation is to get to the Super Bowl. Get to the Super Bowl. That is my expectation, and if it falls short if fall short, but my expectation is these guys are playing so ding ding good right now that there was no reason. Why they should not. Be making a drive to the Super Bowl. Yeah, what's wrong with having high expectations? Yeah. Some fans and, you know, it's okay if you do this, but you kind of limit your ability to get excited about that. And have fun? I don't have that, you know, it's like governor on golf carts. I'm full speed, man. Yeah, they're not slowing me down. That governor was taken off at birth. Oh yeah, I wasn't born with the governor. But the governor, mate. Yeah, it was one of the governors, so real expectations real. A chance to expectations really are making a drive to the Super Bowl. So at home, we got a long walk, and we got comfortable shoes. That's right. Let's get this walk in. Yeah. We'll see what happens. Jiggy smalls, but thank you for asking the question. Moving on now to gen mills. Hey. Hey. Jen? Dan. Who asked the question? Yeah, saw Jen, did you think you did? Those were so awesome. Sweet. Thank you. Used it every day. Let's see what questions she's got. I'll say I'm sorry, I can't love you hi, guys. Now that schofield his replace to pipkins I'll say I'll say I'll say, oh, what do you expect to see from our front line and what will it take to get a win against the browns? I'm glad he replaced pipkins. I'm yeah, pumped on that. Yeah. I think it's we're kind of this is our offensive line right now. And knock on wood. This is one of the most healthy offensive wines we've had in a long long long time. Yeah. So let's keep that up. Knock on wood. But yeah, I think this is where you are and I think blogger comes back. He steps in and he's an upgrade over storm, but storms holding it down right now, and they just need to help him a little more than they would be lager. Yeah. That's.
"roy kent" Discussed on Parenting Roundabout
"Week of october fifth. I'm katherine lecco on here. With terry morrow hello usually on this. Podcast we talk about parenting issues. But once a week terry and i liked to get together to discuss. Tv movies books and other entertainment topics. Because it's nice to talk about something other than parenting for change So we are now into the third week of the two series that we have picked. We have ted lasso and only murders in the building so yes you will start with ted lasso. This week's episode. We're on season one for everyone else in the world is on. He's into this. Episode is called. Trent krim the independence. And as i promised you last week the incriminating photos proved to be dealt with very quickly and easily. Yes we've not have to worry about that and the scary two-tone hair report. A guy turned out to be khanna decent. Yeah he was him. He was won over as everyone is slightly. Ted yes and he you know. Rebecca agreed you know. She stopped publication of the photos because she was afraid that keely was gonna figure out that it was her who had caused them to be taken right and her her deal with the newspaper publisher. Was that this. Trent krim the scary two-tone hair man was going to do a profile of ted and she that would achieve the same. Yes and the community against ted because to this guy right and sure enough that backfired upon rebecca as well. I did and i kind of loved that it wasn't like ted went to the school and made a big inspirational speech. That one the guy over or you know there was like no one big thing is just he could see what ted was doing and that it made sense and then you know not just that he was a good guy. 'cause i don't think you know who cares about that but that he's doing his kind of doing something valuable for the community one way or the other right and also that obviously his i mean. Some of his strategies are interesting in good for the team. Another not winning yet ryo. Yes we see the started to see this week. The little cracks. In roy kent as starting to realize that he needs to be a leader on the team and he really doesn't want to be no. He is feeling compelled to do it. He knows the ted has manipulating into doing this. And yet still makes him angry that he has to do it. Of course yes do it. Yes and there's really nobody else who can so that. That was fun. We mentioned last week. That the actor who plays that character won an emmy. We haven't really seen much of him yet. So now i see where we're going with that. Yeah he's terrific simultaneously decent.
"roy kent" Discussed on KCRW
"Is car hitting a curb and spinning towards Hamilton's cockpit area. Here is how the sky sports F one commentating crew reviewed the crash on replay. That was scary, Scary moment with the halo. Martin look at the rear right tire of Maxwell happens. Red Bull rubbing against the crash helmet of Lewis Hamilton by the looks of it, Hamilton, certainly trying to get as low in his cockpit as he possibly could. Formula One cars basically looked like, go karts. They have no roof and the first step in car basically drove on top of Hamilton's car. But Hamilton did walk away from the crash mostly unscathed. Although he had been critical in the past about the way the halo looks. Hamilton credited for saving him. The device took a lot of getting used to for many in the sport. In fact, not everyone was a fan, including Toto Wolff, CEO of the Mercedes Benz F one team, and Lewis Hamilton's boss. Here's how Wolf described it in 2017. It's a huge piece of metal. Uh, much too heavy, feels completely alien. And I'd like to saw it off. If I could. The lifesaving halo remained In terms of winning for Stoppin carries a narrow lead in points over Hamilton heading into the closing stretch of the season, so he may just need some wings on the car to win. Ted Lasso is a TV show about an American football coach who takes over a mediocre English soccer club. How y'all doing? I'm Ted Lasso your new coach. It's a fish out of water comedy that sends up the cultural differences between Britain and America and became a feel good hit during lockdown. The Apple TV Plus show is up for 20 Emmys later this month. NPR's Frank Langfitt visited the prince's head. The pub were a lot of the show is shot to see how it is going down with Londoners. So this is the pub where Ted Lasso comes after practice to get a point. It's a classic London pub. It's sort of stucco up top glazed wall tiles on the bottom and lots and lots of baskets of flowers. And as the show has caught on among some people here in London, it's become a pilgrimage site for fans, and one of them is a guy named Dave Edwards. My friends said. Oh, you want towards Ted Lasso? And I said, Well, I'm not interested in football. I hate it. Basically, it's not about football. It's about people. We watched it and then we just can't get enough. Davis, referring, of course to English football, which we call Soccer. Ted, played by Jason Sudeikis exudes this optimistic can do attitude that people here associate with American. I do love a locker room. Smells like potential. Ted, however, knows nothing about soccer. And people make fun of his folksy manner, including one of his players. Roy Kent. How do y'all cowboys? My name was Ted Lasso, and I'm so careful. Wow. But over time, Ted molds, his collection of international players into a better soccer club and a supportive family. Dave Edwards says Ted's upbeat, inclusive philosophy has been a bright spot with the darkness of the pandemic and the bitter divisions here surrounding Brexit If you've got that open mindedness And you're prepared to give people a chance, mixing with people that immediately. Don't trust you and then converting them to see that rewarded. It's just brilliant way of doing things. Your eyes are starting to glisten. Why does that make you so emotional? It speaks to me because I think there is not enough for that in the world, and I think if you can build bonds and trust people, that's how we should live and it transcends nationality. Religion. It's basically shared humanity. There's an old joke that England and America are two countries separated by a common language, and the show gets comic mileage out of lost in translation moments highlighted in this exchange between Ted and his American assistant coach. They called police boots. I thought you said that the trunk of a car was a boot also boot. Hold.
"roy kent" Discussed on KQED Radio
"It. Basically, it's not about football. It's about people. We watched it, and then we just can't get enough, Davis referring of course to English football, which we call soccer Ted, played by Jason Sudeikis exudes this optimistic can do attitude that people here associate with American I do love a locker room smells like potential. Ted, however, knows nothing about soccer. And people make fun of his folksy manner, including one of his players. Roy Kent. How do y'all cowboys? My name is Ted Lasso. And I'm okay. But over time Ted molds. His collection of international players do better soccer club and a supportive family. Dave Edwards says Ted's update. Inclusive philosophy has been a bright spot with the darkness of the pandemic and the bitter divisions here surrounding Brexit If you've got that open mindedness And you're prepared to give people a chance, mixing with people that immediately don't trust you and then converting them to see that rewarded. It's just brilliant way of doing things. Your eyes are starting to glisten. Why does that make you so emotional? It speaks to me because I think there is not enough for that in the world, and I think if you can build buttons and trust people, that's how we should live, and it transcends nationality, religion. It's basically Shared humanity. There's an old joke that England and America are two countries separated by a common language, and the show gets comic mileage out of lost in translation moments highlighted in this exchange between Ted and his American assistant coach called Cleats Boots. You said that the trunk of a car was a boot also boot. Hold on.
"roy kent" Discussed on Post Show Recaps
"The chance. Maybe you don't take the chance or even like regardless of like. I even mean it less about like you getting to sit across from that person and be like well. This is the stuff and let's do this right now. Some people can't even reckon with the ghost. Write this happens. it's horrible. it's yeah you shouted out j. Who is watching lost in the all. The best cowboys have daddy issues being a significant part of the first season of loss but over the course of the whole series. Obviously father issues with anthony cooper or otherwise really are center stage for a lot of the characters because these are real issues like these are the things that we all carry around with us the legacy issues or not even realize i think how our worldview can be impacted by What we're carrying around as a result of the way we were raised or our upbringing or our relationships with those people so it is not shocking in any way that this is what is fueling. A lot of what's happening nate's lack of confidence. I think is ultimately what we've noticed about his character most and what they've really put at center stage and his lack of confidence does seem to come directly from the lack of approval from his father. His mother is so doting so kind so loving. He doesn't matter like he probably takes that for granted in some ways because it's not what he wants. He wants it from his dad. I think his dad recognizes this and won't give it to him and there was the wry smile when nate got the table. And even though nate's dad. You know nate nate stay had recognized that he was able to pull this move for them. He said i'm not a dog. I don't need to be whistled at but you could tell. In that moment. He was a little bit impressed. The fact that pulled that off. But i'm not sure if nate saw it and i definitely know nate doesn't feel it and nate needs it so i do wonder if the resolution in the context of this show is not going to be so open ended like you describe in life and it will be a little tad cannot resolve anything that he has with his father. We know that's been taken off the table for right. We know that the issues with jamie and his dad probably are going to be resolved. I do feel like there's a world where the issues with nate and his father and that maybe is the thing that helps nate find the confidence that he's lacked. It isn't some external force. It isn't some day sex mock in it's fixing a problem with the machine that we already know exists and therefore it's not something that they have to drop in a relationship or somebody that quote unquote saves nate. Nate saves nate in part because he confronts his father. Maybe that comes from dealing with dr fieldstone. do you feel like nate's headed to therapy at a minimum host. So that could be the kind of thing where you could imagine therapy being something that is helpful for ted and this is a way to combine all these stories that perhaps it is ted who recognizes that. He doesn't have what nate needs. That needs needs to come from somewhere else. In the ted can only do so much and could it be ted that urges nate towards something like that and combines the story lines. That's something that i could imagine happening. But we've got some work to do it to get to that point and unfortunately depending on how nate's dealings with his colleagues continues. He may not get that chance. Yeah i'm concerned that i am i. We've gone a really long time here on this podcast. Without saying the words nick mohammed. I feel like this week. And he's just excellent. This is probably a really scary character. Arc for an actor to play like. I think it's also like the kind of thing that like you relish this opportunity. You know a sweet roche whatever you want okay hot spicy sweet and you you want this as an actor. You want the conflict. You want the challenge you want you want like the meaty storyline and at the same time on a show like this. That really is about like the like the in many ways. It's not dissimilar reaction to the way in which we lionize. These people on twitter. You know tweet. About roy kent. And look at your optics. Oh my god you know look at your stats and look at the kind of love. That a lot of these characters get and to now be somebody who's a prominent character on the show who is emerging as a primary antagonists. I don't know. I hate like assigning those words to a show like ted laso but a whatever you know for for lack of better immediately available to my brain terminology. We'll go it's gotta be. It's gotta be frightening. And i and i think that he is. I think as an actor. He's just really a he's demonstrating exceptional commitment to what's going on with the character as per the writing and i'm i'm really impressed with him. I'm really really really impressed with the work that he's done this season you know. He's a great character in season one. He's a dangerous character right now. But i think that you know when we're talking about so many different people on the show and just a great jobs by so many different actors and like hannah wada. Ham queen type stuff. I feel like we. We really cannot overlook the fact that nick muhammad has a really difficult job. This season and i think that he's doing spectacularly well. I completely agree. Definitely i think has the fact that he's a writer as well. I think really probably helps with the character work. I think he he's probably really focused on the ark of the character where things started where things will head in what direction and all of that my understanding Just from the past is that they had all that stuff pretty well mapped out over the course of season one where the characters would go from season one and beyond so this nate stuff has probably been in the realm since the beginning of the show like they probably knew where this character was heading. I don't believe this is something that they decided. After season one was written. So i do think that that comes into the performance. He knows where we're the characters headed as we've said as far as speculation goes like it's interesting to me that he tag just aren't on the same page like i feel like the last time we saw them together just the two of them was probably in season one at some point maybe it was in the liverpool episode. Might have been after that when they got promoted. I can't remember. But i don't think we've seen them just the two of them together in this season and we talked about how ted being somewhat asleep at the wheel is impacting other characters. Besides ted we haven't seen a ton of the practical reality of that terms of relegation like we haven't seen players having to take pay cuts people having to be sold away from the team because they can't afford it. We lost a sponsor. We don't even know. Necessarily why i if you wanna map that to the way ted managed in handled. The jamie situation was sam. And giving sam making sam feel like he should have a voice because ted didn't feel like he could adequately manager speak for sam in every way he wanted to empower these these players and the people around him to be who they wanted to be. And that's fine if if their motives are pure but nate's case. I'm not sure. Ted realizes how broken natives how much that needs to be fixed and ted's dereliction and the lack of connection between ten and nate seems very paramount and seems planned in it does seem part of an arc. Nick mohammed is playing it so well so it will be interesting to me to see where it goes like i was saying is it. I know tate we joe. We'd made the joke reference a couple of episodes ago when ted finish the what is it british l. Say joke about how that came from a time. When nate and beard were very angry with ted for not taking them seriously. That roy needed to be benched because they were worried about relegation. The most drama. We've ever seen between beard and ted the most conflict we've ever seen between the two of them was when ted refuse to.
"roy kent" Discussed on WTMJ 620
"Opportunity to see him. All right, So we're going to talk about the best The best I say. Joining me in studio is Brian D. You know, of course, from Wisconsin. Morning News. Hello. What's up? We're not talking Packers. No. We're talking sports sort of. I think right now. The Ted lasso on Apple. Plus is the best show on TV. Do you disagree? No, I do not. I entirely concur. And I'm almost sad, Steve, that you said we're going to talk about sports because I think that pigeonholes the ships more than that way more than that. Absolutely, and also joining us. This is how hot button this is. Gave night cell from our friends down the hall, ESPN 94 5, Apparently on a golf course somewhere. Hi, Gabe. What's going on, boys? All right, So Brian and I have been involved with Ted Lasso as a viewer for a while. You're in. You're a newcomer to this. What do you think about the show? I absolutely fell in love with it. It is such an incredible show. So I kind of I just pushed. I pushed off on getting apple. Plus, I just didn't have it. And ultimately, like, two weeks ago, decided, you know what? Everyone keeps telling me how good the show is. I need to see this show. So I bit the bullet me and my fiance just blew through it and we're all caught up now on the latest episode, it took us less than two weeks to watch it all. All right. We're not going to give spoilers because we want respect. It was I'm trying. I don't work for Apple. Plus, I'm not shown for him. I don't really care where it is. But it is in my mind is show that touches all the buttons, right. Incredible ensemble cast great stories. Themes of love relationships, societal issues when it comes to corporate sponsorship, heartbreak, everything. Yeah, it's all over the map like and like I said, Steve, to call this a show about soccer. Is so football football. Excuse me. Thank you very much. Uh, it's get him, Steve. It's selling it short, so much right? It's it's far deeper than that. And that's the reason it's an award winning show for season one and two Underscore games point, You know, I feel like I was an early adopter on this not super early, but like I had other people that were super early adopters do what gave just had happened to him, So I jumped in on season one, and I watched the entire season one of the single night like that's That's how sucked And I got to that first season because it was all out at the time that I jumped on, and now we have to wait week by week by week end Season two and one of the things I love about it like great shows like mash in the office. Every show is sort of self contained. There's there's obviously that the ensemble cast, but each show stands alone and Gabe, we're going to go around the room here and you're obviously you're on a golf course, which is not surprising for you. Um, favorite character. I I take Roy Kent in a heart beats the the Star footballer who then has a different role in season two. Who's yours? Game? Yeah. I mean, Roy Kent is I mean, right? Can't it's tough to go against Roy Kent. I love I do love Coach Beard, who is the lead assistant coach to Ted last show and just He's not a lead character by any stretch of the imagination. He certainly has his moments. But just like the way that he can always help the story along the way, he's always there for Tad gets Ted and And and yet has these quirky, funny moments that coach Beard is probably my second favorite character behind Roy Kent. But ultimately that feel like every episode you have a different new favorite character. Ultimately, you usually comes back to Roy, but I would go coach Beards a close second for me. Not bad. Not bad. Yeah, For me. It's Roy and Greg Tweets at us at 6 20 wtmj, not Greg Magic, but another Gregor fan, uh, describing Roy Kent as surly, angry and blunt, yet genuinely good and Loving person and he ties that all together. It's beautiful, so number one, but he narrowly edges out Ted for me, I did that is so complex. Such a great leader but has deficiencies of his own has gone through heartbreak that has landed him coaching a sport. He never thought he would coach thousands of miles away from his home. He's a fascinating character as well. And it's a showcase for the brilliance of Jason Sudeikis, who is obvious from SNL fame done a lot of movies. Since then he echoes his real life his issues with his marriage. I mean, that's the cool thing about This and I said at the beginning of this for me, this is a top 10 show all time and I've only had what a season and a half am I am I out on a limb game. Am I going too far? Ah! Don't think you're going too far. I mean, again, It touches everything. I mean, in the way that they can do it. You know when you start talking about, like best shows of all time, But usually you're talking some sort of like recent drama, Whether that's mad men breaking Bad Sopranos wire. We're talking hour long episodes. Um, obviously, these are shortened seasons as well as is the trend in new television. But this is I mean, I guess technically, it's a comedy, but it does because it keeps everything right. But there are some real life issues that I think it makes it so easy to relate to and cling to and really love the show. I don't think you're overreacting. I think there's certainly when it's all said and done. This certainly has the potential to be a top 10. Schauble. Yeah, I agree with you, Steve. I don't think that's hyperbole and gave as well. You know, it's one of those situations where you start looking at the greatest shows of all time. Would they all have in common? I think strong writing is a big part of it. Relate ability is a big part of it. You're waiting for the next episode to come out as soon as the previous one ends. And then the fourth thing that we haven't seen yet that I'm sure they will hit out of the park with this show is a slam dunk ending whenever it ends Now. I don't know if we're close to the ending. We could be years away Seasons away. From the ending of Ted Lasso. But all the great shows have those things in common, and I feel like you know, Ted Lasso was hitting for the cycle so far Brian and gave joining me on the conversation about Ted Lasso. The story arc is pretty simple. This football. Our football coach from United States is recruited to really failed for a football team in the UK and he is not performed. I don't want to get too many things away, but he's not performing at the highest level team wise but as inspiring a group of men To do some amazing things our lives, including not just on the field, but off the field, And that's the That's the kind of the essence of the show that I really like, because it's deeper than just a Dumb sports story, Correct? Yes, absolutely, for sure. And you know that That's that's at the heart of it All. Good. Sorry. Well, I was just going to say and you know Ted lasso again, not to give too much away, but that's something that he talks about me comes from, you know, in the storyline. He comes from a not even a Division one college football team to go coach over in the Premier League, and he talks about how winning isn't always the most important thing and and how he wants to be able to shape these guys lives and have those connections with his players. That's something that the character states As almost his mission statement very early in the show. The other cool thing about the character of Ted Lasso, played by Jason Sudeikis is his throwaway lines related to things that are completely separate from what he's doing there. Just tremendous. All cultural references, historical references in social media stuff. It's just brilliant. Yeah. Do you have a favorite quote at all? Steve? I know I'm putting you on the spot there with Ted last. So do you have a favorite Ted Lasso is, um or something that he really says that inspired you at any point..
"roy kent" Discussed on KUGN 590 AM
"Half the hour here on the D. J. V program, All right, So we talked enough about Ben Affleck in the ring thing, right? I have to go back to that again. The ring thing. Kind of like that. Florida get engaged. Oh, my God. People will lose their mind. You know, it's coming. All right, so maybe they skipped the engagement. Just get married. Right. Put that up there just to localize they they want their surprise. Well, I don't know about him, but you know she's I think she would want the final big to do wedding. I don't know that she would want to elope. Really Well, she loves big weddings. One more wedding. How many times I've been married? Three. Mhm. Yeah. Okay. Florida Georgia line. The Country Act is canceling all of their fall tour dates. Is this too? It's obviously because of covid. But Is this too much too soon? Do they know her indoors? And it's too bad because live music is just coming back. But Garth Brooks canceled his a few not all of his tour, but a few dates on his tour. And so he I think they're just kind of following suit and you know they're coming to town. It's interesting because they're coming to Los Angeles in an outdoor arena. But, you know, not all of places on the on the map are conducive to outdoor shows in the fall, so I'm sure They're playing, paying particular attention to the ones that they're going to have to pay to play indoors and probably thinking that there's going to be more cancellations. I mean, there's a lot of chance that they'll be venues. It'll be shut down anyway. So I feel like by mid October, and they said that they're hopeful that they'll be able to still get out before the end of the fall. But I feel like by mid October, we're gonna have a much better idea of what we're looking at with Delta because kids aren't back in school, yet That's going to be a huge spreader. Probably So I think mid October will be able to actually know if Thanksgiving is going to happen again in Christmas and all of that, But yeah, it's a lot of the acts are just figuring they're just gonna bail now and then reschedule. Mhm. All right, Reba. I'm guessing as in Reba McEntire is having is there. Another reboot? Singular river is Reba Reba. Okay, so Prince and Madonna Why is she What's going on with Ted Lasso? I told you I saw a couple episodes of Ted Lasso on the plane. Right? And I thought it was quite good. Yeah, obsessed. I love it. Yeah, so Season two, is halfway through right now. And in the most recent episode, the character Roy Kent, who is the very gruff Former player he's now retired. He goes back to his old stadium at Richmond, and it's the one of the final. It's like Within the last minute of the episode, he goes up to the to the to the window where there's you know, His tickets are waiting for him, and he keeps tickets for himself there under the name Reba McEntire. And so Reba is a fan of the show. And Reba said she jumped out of her seat when she saw her name mentioned on Ted Lasso. And so she tweeted at Ted Lasso. And it was like this whole back and forth thing, and it was really, really cute. And then Ted lassos official account tweeted back at Redburn said. Buy me a dancing dress and call me fancy. You're welcome at the dog track anytime. Reba will leave your tickets under the name Roy Kent. And then she went back and said, had another line about, you know, some play on the lyrics of fancy and so it was very cute, and then she told her, But she was interacting with a lot of fans who were surprised that she was a fan of Ted Lasso, and she said she wants to do a cameo on the show. So that could happen. And the next season? Yeah, she's done TV before. Oh, yeah, And as um you were behind the scenes. The ladies have been talking about women that I should date. Or would be interested in trying to figure out my my profile. We're talking about women that you just judged by their looks is not exactly you should. But you did say that Jennifer Coolidge was my tape. I think you did appears to be. Yes. And I would say by looking at some of the pictures of her and remembering her from being in that show. That's what is the man What is? Why do they call it? What's the name of it again? I'm trying to remember the White Lotus. The White Lotus. Why do they call it that Didn't notice of flour Tell. Yeah, that's the name of the hotel. But the role that it takes place at it's rather confusing storyline, though, isn't it? No, I just don't get it today. No, no, You have to watch it. It's not confusing. It's just Three or four families at the same hotel. Yeah, and they don't seem to. Well, it is kind of strange, but yeah, she'd be again. A woman. Yes, confusing. Now the woman who plays the owner of the team, and, uh, lasso somebody else that Just for your information. I'd probably be interested in alright 28 past the hour. These may be uncertain times. But what is certain is that every family needs a reliable thermometer. Protect your family with the exigent temporal scanner. The only home thermometer used and recommended by hospitals, Physicians and clinics. Stay safe with ex surgeon Here is today's top automotive news story. I'm Nick.
"roy kent" Discussed on Keep It!
"So our guest today has what you would call a lot of multi hyphen. It's an after a comedian. A writer and podcast or who's lucky enough not to be american. You know him from ted lasso. Please welcome afc. Richmond's own roy. Kent brett goldstein. Our thank you for having me. Thank you for being here. I have been a headless. Oh fan i was about to say since season one but only one is dropped so far But i take it you know. I think i watched it all. After new year's eve i needed to do hungover. Wash it all come down. I was definitely. It was and now i'm excited to blow through season two as well. So you're going to get absolutely hammered before he watch it. What's the second season as well. Probably you know so. I can have the same sort of fat sort of curing hangover. You like to make it hard for us As in the west situation okay well it does feel like that's like ninety percent of tv now is like whenever you're in the mood to just give up your entire life to a series for like one and a quarter days like that's how you take it in now is crazy. It is i'd have to. I'd have time to watch when people say if you watched this thing when you have to have news side needs data's anytime you feel about podcast to i guess people drive to work for six hours a day. That's why people where people tell us they listen to ours like chunks in a row they save up episodes and listen to them all at once. I have no idea how But i'm glad they do. I thought you say it makes me no respect them..
Ted Lasso: Lessons on Leadership From a Fictional Character
"I for anyone who has the unfortunate fate of not having watched head lasso yet. What are you even doing people. How would you describe the character of ted lasso. So i think ted so is it shouldn't be a serious character right. This is a college football coach from kansas. Who is going over to coach. Manage in the english premier league. The whole setup feels absurd. Which i think is why the character seems to work so well because this guy is a. He's folksy. he has these things he will say. I mean come on. Sam was more open than the jar peanut butter on my kitchen counter. That's right y'all don't know. I like to keep the peanut butter open. That way whenever i walk back and just stick my finger and yet he has this inner goodness that i think when when he comes across people that they seem to react to you coaching football make. You are a legend for doing something. So i mean it's meno murdy well you know. I've heard that tune before. But here i am still dancing. Ted last. So is the quintessential mid western kindness guy. You know a guy who wants to do well in the world treat other people the right way and just kind of live life with optimism and kindness and all those like grape characteristics that we'd all like to have. Yeah i think it really is his relentless optimism. That wins you over in the show. Is there a particular scene in the series that you think really captures that element of his personality. You know i was thinking about this. In the first episode. He's gone over to england. He's been introduced to the media. He talks to the team. And everybody's obviously it's not going well and then him and coach beard kind of redecorate the office. They put up the john wooden pyramid of success. They put up. All these american touchstones like muhammad ali poster in the miracle on ice poster all in the office. And then roy kent the kind of the you know. The quintessential english footballer. He comes in the office and he calls him ronald mcdonald and i think he uses an expletive and then he leaves the office and ten lasso goes he thinks may now wait. We win them over if he thinks he's mad. Now wait until we win them over.