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‘Ted’ TV Series From Seth MacFarlane Based on Movie Ordered by Peacock

Colleen and Bradley

00:19 sec | 1 year ago

‘Ted’ TV Series From Seth MacFarlane Based on Movie Ordered by Peacock

"And finally, a live action series adaptation of the movie Ted has been ordered straight to series at Peacock. Seth Macfarlane is currently in negotiations to reprise the voice role of Ted. A foul mouth pot smoking teddy bear brought to life by the magic of a little boy's wish. The first Ted movie was a big old hit back in 2012. I never understand. Had a

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Seth MacFarlane to Reboot ‘Revenge of the Nerds’ With the Lucas Brothers

Z Morning Zoo

00:31 sec | 1 year ago

Seth MacFarlane to Reboot ‘Revenge of the Nerds’ With the Lucas Brothers

"Maybe your dad or your grandpa even will tell you about an old movie from the eighties called Revenge of the Nerds. They're remaking a Hollywood is still trying come up with new ideas, and they've hit the bottom of the barrel. So Seth Macfarlane is doing a re boot off revenge of the nerds. Here's the presents Interesting. It's going to start Keith and Kenny Lucas the use of the identical twin brothers from 20 to jump street. If you remember them. They were hilarious In that movie. It won't be a straight up remake. It will be a re imagining of the revenge of the nerds. Movie which finally came out in 1984.

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Avatar: The Last Airbender Creators Depart Netflix's Live-Action Series

/Film Daily

03:38 min | 1 year ago

Avatar: The Last Airbender Creators Depart Netflix's Live-Action Series

"Okay, let's start off with A bit of news that I'm sure comes to some disappointment our own ht. What is going on with Avatar the last air bender they were GonNa make a live action TV series for net flicks. What is the update? The latest update is a real bummer for avatars last Air Bender Fans Michael Dante Di Martino and Brian Connie ebsco who created the original acclaimed nickelodeon. Animated Series have parted ways with net flicks over the creative direction of live action remake series. De Martino Post announced in a post on the website titled An Open Letter to Avatar last air bender fans saying that they couldn't control the creative direction of the series and decided to just exit the project altogether and he he had some pretty not I wouldn't say harsh but not. Veiled for in terms of thinly-veiled In like knots unhappiness with Netflix production So he said at one point The project, which is still ongoing has the potential to be good. But what can be certain about is that whatever version ends up on screen, it will not be what Brian and I had envisioned or to make. So this is a massive bummer for Avatar. The last Air Bend Fans because De Martino. Goes involvement in the first place was kind of the reason that There was somewhat cautious excitement for this because these the creators at donors in executive producers for the new Netflix series and they promised or shared rather that they would be deliberate. Choice to a cast as. A people of Color and ethnically accurate to the depictions in leverage animated series and the. The memory of the last live action attempt. Ed Bender is still strong in fans mines, and we don't want a repeat of that. So now that contracts go rhino are gone, there's a lot of fear that the the. Disaster will be. Repeated. Yeah, we shouldn't insinuate that this disagreement it's probably over like the the the racist of casting or anything could be like story or character that we don't even know what the disagreements are over. This is a little surprising to me though because my conversations with filmmakers on and off the record has been that like Netflix's is pretty hands off with stuff. So I'm actually very surprised that big Conflict here I'm curious as a as a fan of Avatar the last air bender now that the creators are known no longer involved in this, would you still be excited to watch live action series not at all? My cautious excitement from before. Has now turned to a sort of read. which not to say that there can you know the situation can't come out the better I'm sure that there are some great. Writers and creators out there who could have an affection for Avatar last bender could. Steer this in the right direction, but it just feels like. Martino and Connie lasko are such a major part of Avatar less air bender and its success in why such great perfect animated show that they're not being involved in stepping way in a in this situation where it seems that they clash with the Netflix's executives in some way can't really know what? I sure what it just doesn't dumb. Bode well for the production at large.

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"seth macfarlane" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

01:47 min | 2 years ago

"seth macfarlane" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"Know I know there're act right sounds great he does he sounds amazing I didn't I guess I never really realized how good of a voice he has he looks like a mix between Bobby bones Bobby bones in Seth macfarlane's Seth macfarlane I know I know we know you know how I know on the no no and no and no and no and no and no Hey I didn't know he had such a soul boy and I said he passed I remember and I keep waiting for this to go into to to to to to to I love this song by the I like it when it came out I love this you know what Steve I think we can make a determination that you kind of look like nineteen eighties for Gasly really well given the financial needs best music video I think that's the first human that Steve can I say he can be kinda looks like fifty four years old I never the play for my team it doesn't have an affiliation listed bio the C. dynamic certainly a little bit a little bit the face not so much yeah I know what this means it means like we found kind of a you know.

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Biden and Sanders brace for one-on-one battle in new phase of Democratic race

The Frame

07:32 min | 2 years ago

Biden and Sanders brace for one-on-one battle in new phase of Democratic race

"To the fray mom. John Horn the race to be the Democratic nominee for president is basically down to two candidates now Joe Biden and Bernie Sanders after Elizabeth. Warren dropped out today. Warren and former candidate Pete. Buddha judge attracted a good amount of support from Hollywood. So where do all those donors and their money go now? Ted Johnson has been covering all this for deadline dot com as its Washington. Dc correspondent Ted. Welcome back to the show. Thanks for having me so. A lot has changed in the candidate landscape since we last talked Pete. Buddha judge had the support of big names like Lee Daniels and Seth McFarland since dropping out Buddha judge endorsed Biden have some of his supporters followed. Yes some of the fundraisers have committed to Joe Biden's campaign actually did fairly quickly after people to judge endorsed Biden. And I'm talking about names that are really household. Names former executive and NBC universal a fundraising consultant. People like Lee Daniels in Seth Macfarlane. They actually hosted a fundraiser for people to judge they haven't said where they're GONNA go. Seth Macfarlane is. I actually tweeted out. The fact that in the last cycle he endorsed Bernie Sanders. So perhaps he's weighing that decision whether to go for by her whether a Gopher Sanders so I think people are still still may be a little bit on the fence even though there has been this definite movement toward Joe Biden's campaign. Let's talk more about that. There was a big fundraiser. Last night hosted by former paramount pictures head Sherry Lansing and I think a lot of the momentum hinges on his performance on Super Tuesday. You wrote in deadline that I think at one point eighty people were expected. It turned out to be a whole lot more than that. What happened. Well Yeah Actually. I talked to Sherry Lansing on Monday. And since then she continued to get phone calls for people interested in coming to the event and they finally had to cut it off. I think at about three hundred and fifty people. They just couldn't accommodate anymore to a certain extent. This isn't that surprising because Joe Biden occupies that moderate lane in. There aren't a lot of other options left so if you are not in favor of sanders you're probably naturally going to be looking at Joe Biden if you want to be engaged to this political cycle we're shaping up to have a Biden Bernie battle in Hollywood and we'll see how this plays out. It could be ended up being as as contentious and even nasty as it was back in two thousand and eight when you saw this huge division in Hollywood between Barack Obama and Hillary Clinton if there were any lessons learned about that polarization that fight between Hillary Clinton and Barack Obama. How did the town eventually choose where? There's some conflicted feelings about working with people who might have supported another candidate. Yeah for some people. I think it took them a while. I'm Savan is actually a big name. He's a longtime donor to the Democratic Party. Big Media executive known often for mighty morphin power rangers but he was a figure that was very much behind Hillary Clinton. He appeared on the today show and it took a while to actually get behind Barack Obama. I think it took him until the fall to support Obama's candidacy so it could be even more difficult when you are considering a choice between Biden and Bernie because the division isn't so much behind these two different personalities as it is ideological this race has been set up as a race between the moderates and the left or the far left. And you didn't see that back in two thousand eight. We're talking with Ted Johnson at deadline dot com about Hollywood's take on the two remaining Democratic candidates Elizabeth. Warren has officially dropped out of the race. But she's not endorsing anybody yet. She has a lot of Hollywood support. People that Krissy teagan and buried Jenkins is there any indication yet of where her supporters might go again? I think that this is where people could definitely be on the fence. Between Biden and between Bernie Sanders. I was added warrant event in South Carolina last week with John Legend. And he was. I thought an extraordinarily effective spokesperson for her campaign. He hasn't said Who He's going to endorse yet but he actually would be Think a valuable endorsement for either campaign and he seemed to really kind of reflect. This idea that weren't tried to advance that. There was kind of middle ground between what Biden represented and what sanders represented and she She just had a news conference. Apparently I was wrong about that. That there really wasn't that that lane in this Democratic primary so we'll see what someone like John Legend how he comes out in supporting either. By Sander's there are some very big Hollywood players who have yet to say where their money is going to go to be no which way they're leaning. And how influential are they in? Where other money might go after they pick a candidate? Yes people like Sabban people like Steven Spielberg and Jeffrey Katzenberg. Heaven publicly said who they're backing. I would be awfully surprised if they went for Bernie Sanders Just because people like for example Jeffrey Katzenberg. He has contributed to multiple candidates in this race except for Sanders. So I I think that might be an indication right there. Some of these figures wanted to kind of sit out the primary process but their support can be influential. It has the bandwagon effect. It probably would have been more influential earlier in the primary because it kind of would have rallied the troops behind one of these more moderate candidates but it will matter to a fair degree especially in fundraising. Especially if someone like a Katzenberg or someone like a High Sabban not only host fundraisers but also get involved in some of the Super Pacs for these campaigns where they can raise a much greater sums of money in the millions as opposed to twenty eight hundred. There might be some people in the country who would say to themselves. Well if George Clooney supports this candidate. I'm going to support that candidate. Is that really the factor though the celebrity endorsement or is it more about the money and what the check writing ability can mean for these candidates. Well I think that it depends on what time in the process. There's not a whole lot of evidence that voters look to celebrities for who they are going to vote for. But what they can do is kind of help. Elevate a candidate in terms of attention. And that's extremely important during the primary process. Probably less important when we get into the general election when it's just two candidates facing other and that's where fundraising tends to become a bigger issue especially as we get closer and closer to

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2020 Democratic Presidential Candidates Visit Hollywood

The Frame

06:38 min | 2 years ago

2020 Democratic Presidential Candidates Visit Hollywood

"California presidential primary is less than two weeks. Away and Democratic candidates are in a mad dash to raise money and improve their name recognition. And where better to build both than in Hollywood. Ted Johnson is the Washington correspondent for deadline where he covers politics and entertainment. Ted Welcome back to the frame. Thank you for having so who came to town? And what did they do? Well Amy Klobuchar was at the home of Lorraine Sheinberg. She's the widow of Sydney Shamburg. Who was very top executive at universal and also very politically active and in his career and the rain. Sheinberg played the wife to officer Brody in Jaws yes And it kind of speaks to. What type of support she's getting. People were moderates in the entertainment industry. Probably a little older than you may see from some of the Bernie Sanders side and then p. Buddha judge is in town on Thursday. They've been out here raising money at the home of Seth Macfarlane who is very enthusiastic about his support for the former South Bend Mayor. It's also being co-hosted by league. Annuals I assume most of these events are relatively similar. You pay a couple of bucks you show up at somebody's house maybe get a photo shake hands and here twenty minutes speech. Do they all fall? Pretty much under that same pattern. Yes pretty much. So it's usually the candidate delivering a variation on their stump speech that you can hear in public on the campaign trail sometimes throwing in a few insider risk comments and sometimes doing acuity with donors who are the kinds of people who are hosting these events and are they aligned with one candidate or do. They spread their love around. You are seeing some of that but I think what really distinguishes. This presidential cycle past ones is here. We are just two weeks out from Super Tuesday and there are a lot of those traditional donors. The people who've been involved cycle after cycle who have not declared their support for one candidate or the other. I'm thinking people like Steven Spielberg Jeffrey Katzenberg. Hyme Savan these people who are incredibly involved in what they have done This cycle is. They either sat it out or just spread their money around among multiple candidates so as an observer. It's a it can be a little confusing. Just because someone has given to a candidate does not necessarily mean that. They're going to vote for that person or they're going to endorse a lot of people are just seeing how this plays itself out. We're talking with deadlines Ted Johnson about campaigning for president. In not that long ago I remember and you do as well the town being pretty much split between Hillary Clinton and Barack Obama during the primaries has one candidate really kind of gone to the top in terms of leading Hollywood attention and money right now. Well it's interesting because if you look at the numbers Comma Harris actually is collected more money from the entertainment business than any other candidate. But she's not even in the race anymore. She's followed by people to judge who is raised. I think it's one point. Two million so far from the entertainment business is quite extraordinary that he's raised that amount. Given that a year ago he was unknown and he came in and really became kind of a darling of the entertainment industry very quickly that I think. A lot of donors a saw his candidacy as potentially historic he'd be the first LGBT president and they really won over by his message. They say hey. We see shades of Barack Obama in people to judge now also shouldn't discount Bernie Sanders. He's raised close to nine hundred thousand for the entertainment business for his campaign and he has a very enthusiastic number of supporters people. Like Adam McKay and Susan Sarandon and Mike. I'm war. They're out there on the campaign trail for him. It's just that he is not relying on these types of high dollar fundraisers to finance his campaign. He's is doing it through these small dollar contributions in his messages. Definitely resonating even in the elite circles of Hollywood but I have to add that. It's also tends to be the left side of Hollywood as opposed to the center La. So let's talk about the right side of Hollywood. It isn't very big but have there been any conservative people in the industry who have come out and said things in favor of or given money to president trump we have people who have come out in favor of trump. Benham with him very publicly from the star. People Jon voight. There is a reluctance to come out publicly in support president trump because there is a lot of blowback. I've talked to trump supporters. Who said they just don't want their names associated with him because things are so polarized at this time but if Bernie Sanders nominee will see. I've talked to centrist donors who are very concerned about sanders getting the nomination. They won't come out and say that that is going to force them into trump's hands. They'll they'll say I'm just GONNA sit it out if he ends up being the nominee but we'll see and once the primary in Nevada is over. Will there be a return of candidates coming back to La looking for more support now yet Joe Biden was post to have an event this week in southern California but that was rescheduled. Because he has to spend so much time on the campaign trail after a pretty dismal performance. In Iowa and New Hampshire. But we're now getting down to just a week away not just from Super Tuesday but also from the South Carolina. Vote so this is. This is crunch time for these campaigns in taking them off the campaign trail has to be a very Savvy calculation that it is going to end up being worth it to fly into California for our fundraiser will probably see the candidates flocked to California not this weekend but the following weekend for those first couple days before Super Tuesday. Ted Johnson is the Washington correspondent for deadline where he covers politics and entertainment. Ted thanks so much for coming back on the

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"seth macfarlane" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

01:41 min | 3 years ago

"seth macfarlane" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"She can wear it that's forward thinking in case she needs an accent plan she can still wear this ring on the other finger on the other hand Adrian Pat public key and Scott Grimes there in the Orville which is Seth macfarlane's a TV show they are getting divorced two months after the wedding okay sold this if you want to know who she is she was the light a lot on Friday night lights yeah she was the girl that had the moles kind of honors can blind absolutely gorgeous gorgeous gorgeous I never knew what happened to her we ran into were at a restaurant famously into your waved him waved him wave hi how are you that's a friend of ours there's a friend there's are for her and she looked at us look Duras clicked in my mind we know her from Friday night lights he doesn't know why she's even come over to see you know as we did made a good scene I'm like what are you what we thought we knew her for yeah was launched anyway you know it's long yeah anyway she she two months two months the other the day the revealed at comic con last year we're dating they got engaged in January and they got married on may nineteenth in Texas and now but still and they were just a comic con together this weekend didn't sit by each other now anyway I just took one look at him and I'm thinking what I can see where this did not work out tell everyone she's a B. M. he's a D. it's just basically.

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Showtime's 'The Loudest Voice' Tells The True Story Of The Downfall Of Roger Ailes At Fox News

Sunday Sitdown with Willie Geist

04:35 min | 3 years ago

Showtime's 'The Loudest Voice' Tells The True Story Of The Downfall Of Roger Ailes At Fox News

"The loudest voice. It's the new Showtime miniseries. Stories about the rise and fall of Fox News and particularly of Roger Ailes, the infamous founder of Fox News. Seth plays a character real life character named Brian Lewis. He was the head of public relations at FOX for many years. He came with Roger Ailes from CNBC when Roger was launching, Fox News. And he was most people would tell you the right hand of Roger Ailes. He was the pit bull. He guarded the company's internal business for Roche ously could be very tough with reporters obviously, but also anybody who tried to crack into the Fox News bubble. I think you'll be interested to hear Sestri bestirred drawing when he was two years old. He wrote a letter to Jim Henson studios when he was nine years old announcing that he was going to be a puppeteer and a cartoonist a kid who kind of knew what he wanted to be from the age of two and, you know, he gets into how do you do that? You have the dream when you're a kid, you move onto the Rhode Island school of design as he did. And. He was hired right away. They recognize his talent out to Hollywood worked on an animated show for a couple years before, again, when he was twenty four years old. He started family guy, which, by the way was cancelled twice was, not an immediate hit, I think people forget that. So to set the scene for you Seth and I got together at cafe. Carlyle at the famed Carlyle hotel in New York City. The cafe Carlyle is a jazz club. Seth has performed there a couple times because on top of everything else begin things that are scary. He sings in public. He's got five albums, including his latest once in a while, and he's been nominated for four Grammy award. So I got him to sit down at the piano, we got him to play a little bit sing a little bit. Do the thing that Seth MacFarlane does, but mostly to walk through fascinating life in fascinating career where the guy just does something different and surprises people all the time, a great conversation with Seth MacFarlane. We start by talking about the loudest voice, the series on Showtime. About Fox News. Thanks for doing this man for sure. So we've already gotten I think halfway through the show already we'll will start for the benefit of the viewers again. Yeah. I want to start with your character before we talk big picture, because I don't think most people know who he is. In fact, I know most people don't know, who is if you don't live in our media world Brian Lewis, who was he. And why is it important character in this big story, Brian Lewis was Roger Ailes PR chief for Fox News? And he also sort of functioned as his right hand man, and a lot of ways you know, this, this was the guy that Roger would blow off steam, too. And, and also the guy who was comfortable enough keeping keeping them in line when he may be got a little too off the rails. And, you know, according to the to Gabe chairman's book, and according to the series, he was also a guy was who was kind of on the outside of the. Emotional end of things. He was he was he was a democrat. Chocking way, working for Fox News. But more importantly, he was kind of a gun for hire. He was there because, you know, it was a good job and the ethics of it didn't really come into play. It was about, you know, being Boba fett. I guess. Liberal hire me, then he's a bounty hunter. So how did he to the extent? You got inside his head by reading the book. How did he reconcile knowing what he was doing was often wrong unethical? Yes. Doing the job. Well, I mean according to the material that I read that he, he at the end of the day he was. He could compartmentalize, he could put his family over here and his job over here, and essentially be two different people. But at a certain point. You know, he he idolized ales for a long time, and he really respected ails, as a marketer. And as as a as a promoter of whatever it was he wanted to promote. And he, I guess must have started to see him unraveling a little bit. And. It was probably a combination of genuine concern. Because there seemed to be a conscience there. And, and professional concern that, okay, I worked for this guy this reflects on me and, and he's starting to come apart at the seams.

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"seth macfarlane" Discussed on WTF with Marc Maron Podcast

WTF with Marc Maron Podcast

04:15 min | 3 years ago

"seth macfarlane" Discussed on WTF with Marc Maron Podcast

"Trying to kill the outlook. Which is probably barely town. Never even spoken. Everyone's laughing literally on the way away from it. Yeah. Yeah. Both sides. Really, what do you do if you weren't pretend if you weren't an alpha? Like, what do you do like, the sun goes down you go home? What what do you do you sit there and wait for that's kind of all there is to do? I don't know. It's a good question. I guess that's what we're all doing anyway. But yeah, we have a lot more things to distract. But all about any like, what what what drove like, I know anthropomorphized is is part and parcel to line of work your way. You know, it's one of the great gifts van nations. Yes can make anything talk. Yeah. But like what compelled you to do Ted? Yeah. I I like there was something that was. Look, I mean, you know, that goes back to the far side to like one of the one of the fundamental tropes. The far side was this this convention Leising of of. Of an of talking animals. There's a there's a there's one that. I remember this. There's there two cows that are like sitting in their living room, and and the wife cow is has all these pearls, and like this this, you know, wearing this beautiful. Dress is like just clearly living very good life, and the caption is just Wendell, I'm not content, and and it was just such an awesome non joke. Just like why why this needs to be two cows. And and so that was the idea I hadn't seen anything. I hadn't seen anything like Ted. I didn't see in that that part of the story told where okay after after the the fairytale is done. You know, show me the. Show me the toy that there's always a trove of only the pets can hear each other talk are only the toys can hear each other, right? And the humans can't and and and I was always kinda partial to the Muppets like the fact that the Muppets were just walking around Herman fuzzy work for a newspaper and one of the. One of the movies. And and and you know, it wasn't all my God that fraud can talk. It was like man that that frog was just really passive aggressive women. So, you know, the age of CGI thought county I haven't seen this done yet. And and where just everything about this character is treated as human and casual and normal and just mundane and boring except for the fact that is talking bear. Yeah. So it's sort of like, they're they it's to human story. Yeah. Right. Right. You're just sort of. And I think that's sort of the thing about space to and the thing about your humor in general is that that, you know, you're going to humanize these these environments that that are really kind of sterile in a way or over the top. And it's in a dramatic way. You know? That's that's I mean, that's that's that's what the best fi has done that. That's my I think I was gonna kill me if he didn't. But one of my co writers Brannon Braga I can't remember if this was his episode or not wrote an episode of Star Trek where. Yeah. There were two characters beaming up at the same time and they accidentally got merged into one guy completely fictitious absurd premise, but it was presented as in this very human kind of civil rights sorta way because the guy was now's hey, I wanna stay this guy. I don't wanna be these other guys I wanna be this guy. And they're saying, well, if if if we. If if these guys still existed, they would probably want to be themselves. So do we make this decision for you too? We force you back into two guys or we let you stay one guy. It's ridiculous. But but it was so like off and it was presented as as real. So that's a lot of what I do does. I I am fascinated by the the impossible the fictitious the absurd presented in a very accessible normal way. Yeah. In the in that first episode when the blue guys is blow up for no reason squirts blue, it's not explained or anything. It's just a reaction..

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"seth macfarlane" Discussed on WTF with Marc Maron Podcast

WTF with Marc Maron Podcast

04:15 min | 3 years ago

"seth macfarlane" Discussed on WTF with Marc Maron Podcast

"Trying to kill the outlook. Which is probably barely town. Never even spoken. Everyone's laughing literally on the way away from it. Yeah. Yeah. Both sides. Really, what do you do if you weren't pretend if you weren't an alpha? Like, what do you do like, the sun goes down you go home? What what do you do you sit there and wait for that's kind of all there is to do? I don't know. It's a good question. I guess that's what we're all doing anyway. But yeah, we have a lot more things to distract. But all about any like, what what what drove like, I know anthropomorphized is is part and parcel to line of work your way. You know, it's one of the great gifts van nations. Yes can make anything talk. Yeah. But like what compelled you to do Ted? Yeah. I I like there was something that was. Look, I mean, you know, that goes back to the far side to like one of the one of the fundamental tropes. The far side was this this convention Leising of of. Of an of talking animals. There's a there's a there's one that. I remember this. There's there two cows that are like sitting in their living room, and and the wife cow is has all these pearls, and like this this, you know, wearing this beautiful. Dress is like just clearly living very good life, and the caption is just Wendell, I'm not content, and and it was just such an awesome non joke. Just like why why this needs to be two cows. And and so that was the idea I hadn't seen anything. I hadn't seen anything like Ted. I didn't see in that that part of the story told where okay after after the the fairytale is done. You know, show me the. Show me the toy that there's always a trove of only the pets can hear each other talk are only the toys can hear each other, right? And the humans can't and and and I was always kinda partial to the Muppets like the fact that the Muppets were just walking around Herman fuzzy work for a newspaper and one of the. One of the movies. And and and you know, it wasn't all my God that fraud can talk. It was like man that that frog was just really passive aggressive women. So, you know, the age of CGI thought county I haven't seen this done yet. And and where just everything about this character is treated as human and casual and normal and just mundane and boring except for the fact that is talking bear. Yeah. So it's sort of like, they're they it's to human story. Yeah. Right. Right. You're just sort of. And I think that's sort of the thing about space to and the thing about your humor in general is that that, you know, you're going to humanize these these environments that that are really kind of sterile in a way or over the top. And it's in a dramatic way. You know? That's that's I mean, that's that's that's what the best fi has done that. That's my I think I was gonna kill me if he didn't. But one of my co writers Brannon Braga I can't remember if this was his episode or not wrote an episode of Star Trek where. Yeah. There were two characters beaming up at the same time and they accidentally got merged into one guy completely fictitious absurd premise, but it was presented as in this very human kind of civil rights sorta way because the guy was now's hey, I wanna stay this guy. I don't wanna be these other guys I wanna be this guy. And they're saying, well, if if if we. If if these guys still existed, they would probably want to be themselves. So do we make this decision for you too? We force you back into two guys or we let you stay one guy. It's ridiculous. But but it was so like off and it was presented as as real. So that's a lot of what I do does. I I am fascinated by the the impossible the fictitious the absurd presented in a very accessible normal way. Yeah. In the in that first episode when the blue guys is blow up for no reason squirts blue, it's not explained or anything. It's just a reaction..

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"seth macfarlane" Discussed on WTF with Marc Maron Podcast

WTF with Marc Maron Podcast

02:21 min | 3 years ago

"seth macfarlane" Discussed on WTF with Marc Maron Podcast

"But what is it about this like you've seem to have a sense of of a strange sense of nostalgia of things that were around long before you like, and I don't know whether it was, you know, coming up through Hanna Barbera, or what like sort of made you want to integrate yourself into this particular, these different histories of show business, can you identify it? I mean, look you come out to Hollywood. And what's the thing? Everybody wants to do make a western. It's it's just isn't. It's got such. I talked to other filmmakers who just who are drawn to that too. Well, it's it's it's something. That's so it's such a classic part of the where where we work and where we live and and. But the weird thing is like, it's rare. I've seen a few. I just I just bought a big book on the making of the wild bunch. I started watching that again. Yeah. And you know, it's it's it's very specific. And it, and it is a thing. So you just wanted to take a crack at it. Yeah. I was a fan of his lights seen a lot of westerns. What's your western? What's you know, Manisha? Liberty Valance is probably my my watch it. I it's one of the ones I've seen Shane the searchers. Yeah. Yeah. In the searchers is great too. And you know, like is like a genius western is. That is like Clint Eastwood has made some great what? Oh, yeah. Yeah. Hang them. Hi. I'm very good. But even like the pale rider. It's such a classic structure. But the unforgiven it's like I'm going to put it all in here. Yeah. Yep. And like the at the end where it says he went on to own a haberdashery in San Francisco is the best part of that. Like people with histories. Yeah. Yeah. So so that so you just wanted to take it was it was also a, you know. When when I would watch these things my co writers, Alex Zoltan Wellesley wild had had the same reaction. We all we're all fans of the John. But we'd all independently the same reaction that God this this. They're so cool. And they're so epic in the scope, but at the same time, God, it would have been horrible to live there like how it's this odd combination of magnetic romanticism, and just you know, disease and death. Yeah, everywhere. And no ability to stop it like in the opening shootout in the wild bunch. They kill literally most of the town. Yeah..

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"seth macfarlane" Discussed on WTF with Marc Maron Podcast

WTF with Marc Maron Podcast

04:14 min | 3 years ago

"seth macfarlane" Discussed on WTF with Marc Maron Podcast

"And and like that that, you know, even in the single panel stuff, you did when you were nine that that's joke writing, and that somehow or another joke writing founded in in in human experience, or at least some of that. But I mean, how were you getting informed like, you know, because you're also really hard. It's really hard to write jokes. Yeah. You know? Yeah. I stay away from it. Falko something funny happens. When I left family guy. And and the Orville writing the Orville is interestingly the the the happiest I think I've been to. I think there's some really good jokes in there watching it. I mean because like there, I think the trick to it is you seem to I don't know if you. I don't know if you like inhabiting the style just how like whether it's a singing or Star Trek or whatever. You know, there's something about, you know, kind of rethinking these things that we're all very familiar with. But I mean, but humanizing the sort of crew the angle of that it's just a job. I think is very funny. But there's also like there's and you're not doing with the laugh track. Which is always tricky there, and you wouldn't do it with it. But there are definitely jokes there. And I kinda liked the responsibility being on me to laugh alone. You know what I mean? But even something as simple as like one of these mints tomorrow, and even that is so funny, and then like to set up, you know, this isn't the pilot though in the first episode, but just to have that guy. Go queens still drink soda like it's a very human question. But you know, towards the end of the show he's got a sodas as off. But that stuff is I you know, I like it. And I like it that it's not the thrust of the show. It's not all joke. No. And it got and it settled into what it what it eventually became when we found that balance initially there was there was a a sense that art this this we're going to have to. Self-imposed? It was it was this pressure to to kind of do what I've been doing less ide- V8. and piss off my audience, and it was Jon Favreau who directed the pilot and read the script and essentially said to me, you know, what this this is. I like this. This is good stuff. I like this. I this breezy read don't be some of these jokes seem like you may be scared of the of the story that you and don't be. And so I kind of I took that to heart as the show went along, and it really settled into something that was as you say. More about just kind of regular people working in space as opposed to a sitcom that takes place on a spaceship. No. Yeah. I kind of feel that they also because it's space, you know, the the suspension of disbelief is necessary. But because it's such a familiar terrain in that it is on some level a reflection of Star Trek. Right. So so you're kind of your cool with that. And there's definitely a lot of space in space, you know, at work environment. Like, it's very tricky to create something that is. So clearly a stage and just have people, you know, having these brief interactions that guy who plays your friend is very funny. Yeah. Scott grimes. He's fantastic. He's very funny out his great. It is it is a. The nice thing about that the end of the bridge of a spaceship, even even Star Trek, you know, adopted that from scifi that come before like, it's a trope. That's so familiar at this point that it almost you almost get away with it. Like, it's an office. Yeah. Because people just are just used to it. Right. It. Yeah. So that part of you don't have to worry about explaining right anyway. And you don't have to worry about explaining, you know, just weird aliens around, right? Regular jobs. Used to it. It's like it's not like, I'm not a Sifi guy. But you're obviously Star Trek guy. Yeah. I I was a fan. I'm not I'm not a huge guy. But I I love the twilight zone. I love I love the love Star Trek anything anything that. Was that humanized the John? Do you have like an opinion on the captain pike episode and whatnot? And I I remember I remember them all very well. I think I think I may have enjoyed it..

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"seth macfarlane" Discussed on WTF with Marc Maron Podcast

WTF with Marc Maron Podcast

04:14 min | 3 years ago

"seth macfarlane" Discussed on WTF with Marc Maron Podcast

"And and like that that, you know, even in the single panel stuff, you did when you were nine that that's joke writing, and that somehow or another joke writing founded in in in human experience, or at least some of that. But I mean, how were you getting informed like, you know, because you're also really hard. It's really hard to write jokes. Yeah. You know? Yeah. I stay away from it. Falko something funny happens. When I left family guy. And and the Orville writing the Orville is interestingly the the the happiest I think I've been to. I think there's some really good jokes in there watching it. I mean because like there, I think the trick to it is you seem to I don't know if you. I don't know if you like inhabiting the style just how like whether it's a singing or Star Trek or whatever. You know, there's something about, you know, kind of rethinking these things that we're all very familiar with. But I mean, but humanizing the sort of crew the angle of that it's just a job. I think is very funny. But there's also like there's and you're not doing with the laugh track. Which is always tricky there, and you wouldn't do it with it. But there are definitely jokes there. And I kinda liked the responsibility being on me to laugh alone. You know what I mean? But even something as simple as like one of these mints tomorrow, and even that is so funny, and then like to set up, you know, this isn't the pilot though in the first episode, but just to have that guy. Go queens still drink soda like it's a very human question. But you know, towards the end of the show he's got a sodas as off. But that stuff is I you know, I like it. And I like it that it's not the thrust of the show. It's not all joke. No. And it got and it settled into what it what it eventually became when we found that balance initially there was there was a a sense that art this this we're going to have to. Self-imposed? It was it was this pressure to to kind of do what I've been doing less ide- V8. and piss off my audience, and it was Jon Favreau who directed the pilot and read the script and essentially said to me, you know, what this this is. I like this. This is good stuff. I like this. I this breezy read don't be some of these jokes seem like you may be scared of the of the story that you and don't be. And so I kind of I took that to heart as the show went along, and it really settled into something that was as you say. More about just kind of regular people working in space as opposed to a sitcom that takes place on a spaceship. No. Yeah. I kind of feel that they also because it's space, you know, the the suspension of disbelief is necessary. But because it's such a familiar terrain in that it is on some level a reflection of Star Trek. Right. So so you're kind of your cool with that. And there's definitely a lot of space in space, you know, at work environment. Like, it's very tricky to create something that is. So clearly a stage and just have people, you know, having these brief interactions that guy who plays your friend is very funny. Yeah. Scott grimes. He's fantastic. He's very funny out his great. It is it is a. The nice thing about that the end of the bridge of a spaceship, even even Star Trek, you know, adopted that from scifi that come before like, it's a trope. That's so familiar at this point that it almost you almost get away with it. Like, it's an office. Yeah. Because people just are just used to it. Right. It. Yeah. So that part of you don't have to worry about explaining right anyway. And you don't have to worry about explaining, you know, just weird aliens around, right? Regular jobs. Used to it. It's like it's not like, I'm not a Sifi guy. But you're obviously Star Trek guy. Yeah. I I was a fan. I'm not I'm not a huge guy. But I I love the twilight zone. I love I love the love Star Trek anything anything that. Was that humanized the John? Do you have like an opinion on the captain pike episode and whatnot? And I I remember I remember them all very well. I think I think I may have enjoyed it..

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"seth macfarlane" Discussed on WTF with Marc Maron Podcast

WTF with Marc Maron Podcast

04:38 min | 3 years ago

"seth macfarlane" Discussed on WTF with Marc Maron Podcast

"Maybe there are people who would have been funded by what you know, what you said on the set. But right. But I I don't I don't know. I think I know what it said. Yeah. This is you know, people are maybe uncomfortable. It's like, you know, he's pissed the moment. Yeah. So I I don't think it's this this. There's this kind of sense that there's a witch hunt. It's not a you're saying that's true. Most people it's it's a few people in a sense that that put their life into being, you know, overseeing angry about comedy. Yeah. Yeah. And I, and I don't think that I don't think that that's I like. You know, think things that get things that get me mad things that that get angry science denial. It's it's social injustice. It's it's you know, reading read the article about mass incarceration these things pissed me off, right? I don't ever remember feeling any rage at any thing. I heard in a fictional setting in a television show or film, or or or or a or stand up, but storytelling, right? But isn't it interesting though, because you just professionally and also personally people that that sort of you know, broker and funny that you may not be offended. But when you watch it now, you can find somebody. Yeah. And again, it's like as I say, it's it's easy for me, as you know, again, straight white male. It's easy for me to say that. So I I'm coming at this from a place where I'm not entirely, I don't have all the the the tools to write for proper perception of that's that's probably the most important outcome in terms of women ethnic groups is that that that that finally there is a sensitivity, and an empathy that probably wasn't there. And I think that's healthy. Absolutely. But then how do you shit on him? Well, I think I think that's. I made a little bit. There was the the idea of using stereotypes or being an equal opportunity offender or investigating, you know, the differences between people there was something humanizing about it. And it was not in in in its best form meant to be isolating. Hateful. I think we'll find that. I think we'll find that balance. Again, I was Ronan Farrow pointed out that that when when you have this kind of a sudden release of of of oppression. You're going to it's going to be like opening a floodgate. Yeah. I mean, it's it's going to be big and loud and forceful. And and that's you know, that's justified at the outset. And I think, you know, at a certain point is just gonna be matter. Okay. Once once we've we've acknowledged the problems, we've we've we actively seek to correct them. Then I think we'll be able to find some equilibrium. Right. That's right. I think that's true. But but I also. That in terms of quick bait the internet in general that that that's an industry. I mean, click click betas click paid is not a productive part of. No. I know. That's my point. Is that in talk about it too much is that the idea that everybody has a voice that can be heard and exploited. You know, is it might be at some other juncture in history a democratic ideal. But now, it's just become like a malignancy. Well, now, you can't get you can't get anything done. And why you can't have it. You can't have a discussion with you know, fifty million people. I mean, you have to the whole thing of there's a reason we elect representatives right to go, right? Half of these discussions and smaller Gibson arrive at at. And it's not some guy named at swing blade. Yeah. Exactly. Yeah. I mean, no, it's it's it's they're they're good and bad elements of of I think most of Twitter. Is immensely destructive. I think you can point to something like. And I remember when when Bruce Jenner became Caitlyn Jenner, and the the the internet, this this was it was all over Twitter the next day, and she was accepted in a way that that. I think would not have happened. Ten years prior. I think ten years prior. You would have people at the water cooler going let God did you see that interview? Holy shit. Wanna not you know? But but because suddenly you have this the smaller community because of of Twitter because of the internet, it it it was it happened like that. And it was it was an amazing giant leap forward..

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"seth macfarlane" Discussed on WTF with Marc Maron Podcast

WTF with Marc Maron Podcast

04:18 min | 3 years ago

"seth macfarlane" Discussed on WTF with Marc Maron Podcast

"I mean, I can't just go up because my original idea was very kind of tame hurry, kind of old style song and dance. And I God this is like I got this. It's you know, in a way, it's like, you you you you you helped create what you despise. But, but I, you know, it's always this idea of you felt challenged. Yeah. In a way. Yeah. And it was idea. I'd is creating alternate Oscars. That was. Exactly what they were afraid would happen. Right. And that's the part that gets a little forgotten. Yeah. There was contact. Yeah. They always forget always forget contact quick bait is essentially lack of content. Yeah. He can out of con-. It's the only way that industry works. Yeah. It's it's is. But that was the that was the the thing. And you know, I've. I it's it's. It's hard to know how I would approach it. If I posted again. Yeah. It's it's hard to to because there's just there. There's no upside because it's look it's very visible. High profile thing not according to our eating. The big problem with. Yeah. He pressed his ability. It's an easy thing to shit on. It's so easy to should on the Oscars. Because it's it's it's all you gotta do is. You don't have to know. You don't have to read the news. You don't have to know history. Yeah. You don't have to do any work. Yeah. All you have to do is sit down watch tweet. Right. Yeah. That's all you gotta do. Yeah. Interests. And also because it takes it takes a lot. You see a lot more outrage about about its impetuous Oscars than you do about a piece of harmful legislation. There's no winning either side. Yeah. Because I would imagine most people who are were who think Hollywood is some sort of bastion of evil. They don't watch it. You know, I, you know, they don't watch it. I used to like watching it just because I like I like seeing movie stars. But, but but I think a lot of that is is an examp-. I it's it's the loudest voices controlling the conversation. I think most people, you know, look, I can sit down before I can sit down and have a conversation with with the head of the parents Helen council going further that I can Sit Aye. I've had conversations civil conversations with Rush Limbaugh. Yeah. I mean, it you can you can disagree with with someone. And and that's true. That have a civil discourse it. It's a lot. I think a lot more people are able to do it than than we think right now. No, I agree with that. But but the problem is is that you know, from show businesses that. Yeah, you can have those conversations. But but then he'll go. I gotta get back on the Mike this guy Seth MacFarlane. Came in here, you know. And so like, there was a public those guys who have control the public narrative and humanity can be very different things. Yeah. Well, yeah. It's it's it's true. But I mean, it's, but once you once you have that human once there's a face to face interaction or anybody's guess, it gets a lot harder. And so it's so it's, and that's a look I mean, that's where the internet is so destructive is that because you could do it anonymous. But I can't tell you how many comics, I know they're like, I knew Trump ons. You listen to stern Jeff has been on his plane. It's like, well, you, you know, I think that was that was before the deification, I think who whoever you are you have to be made of the strongest stuff. Survived deification to survive that kind of lions ation when you're standing in front of a crowd of thousands of people who are treating you like a God. Yeah. Unless you are made and Trump is not is not strong enough to to to to him. And in some ways, you know, you saw little inklings at the last debate where you know, Bernie might have been getting into a little bit that he was maybe feeling a little bit. You know, lying. Yeah. And not you know, he's he's made of much stronger stuff than Trump is. But you know, you you have to be super human to to really special kind of person to avoid that to to maintain at least a false sense of humility. Yeah. Yeah. You you you have to maintain a healthy a healthy amount of self loathing. Stay home. Why me I've been trying to sell his joke on stage..

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"seth macfarlane" Discussed on WTF with Marc Maron Podcast

WTF with Marc Maron Podcast

04:18 min | 3 years ago

"seth macfarlane" Discussed on WTF with Marc Maron Podcast

"I mean, I can't just go up because my original idea was very kind of tame hurry, kind of old style song and dance. And I God this is like I got this. It's you know, in a way, it's like, you you you you you helped create what you despise. But, but I, you know, it's always this idea of you felt challenged. Yeah. In a way. Yeah. And it was idea. I'd is creating alternate Oscars. That was. Exactly what they were afraid would happen. Right. And that's the part that gets a little forgotten. Yeah. There was contact. Yeah. They always forget always forget contact quick bait is essentially lack of content. Yeah. He can out of con-. It's the only way that industry works. Yeah. It's it's is. But that was the that was the the thing. And you know, I've. I it's it's. It's hard to know how I would approach it. If I posted again. Yeah. It's it's hard to to because there's just there. There's no upside because it's look it's very visible. High profile thing not according to our eating. The big problem with. Yeah. He pressed his ability. It's an easy thing to shit on. It's so easy to should on the Oscars. Because it's it's it's all you gotta do is. You don't have to know. You don't have to read the news. You don't have to know history. Yeah. You don't have to do any work. Yeah. All you have to do is sit down watch tweet. Right. Yeah. That's all you gotta do. Yeah. Interests. And also because it takes it takes a lot. You see a lot more outrage about about its impetuous Oscars than you do about a piece of harmful legislation. There's no winning either side. Yeah. Because I would imagine most people who are were who think Hollywood is some sort of bastion of evil. They don't watch it. You know, I, you know, they don't watch it. I used to like watching it just because I like I like seeing movie stars. But, but but I think a lot of that is is an examp-. I it's it's the loudest voices controlling the conversation. I think most people, you know, look, I can sit down before I can sit down and have a conversation with with the head of the parents Helen council going further that I can Sit Aye. I've had conversations civil conversations with Rush Limbaugh. Yeah. I mean, it you can you can disagree with with someone. And and that's true. That have a civil discourse it. It's a lot. I think a lot more people are able to do it than than we think right now. No, I agree with that. But but the problem is is that you know, from show businesses that. Yeah, you can have those conversations. But but then he'll go. I gotta get back on the Mike this guy Seth MacFarlane. Came in here, you know. And so like, there was a public those guys who have control the public narrative and humanity can be very different things. Yeah. Well, yeah. It's it's it's true. But I mean, it's, but once you once you have that human once there's a face to face interaction or anybody's guess, it gets a lot harder. And so it's so it's, and that's a look I mean, that's where the internet is so destructive is that because you could do it anonymous. But I can't tell you how many comics, I know they're like, I knew Trump ons. You listen to stern Jeff has been on his plane. It's like, well, you, you know, I think that was that was before the deification, I think who whoever you are you have to be made of the strongest stuff. Survived deification to survive that kind of lions ation when you're standing in front of a crowd of thousands of people who are treating you like a God. Yeah. Unless you are made and Trump is not is not strong enough to to to to him. And in some ways, you know, you saw little inklings at the last debate where you know, Bernie might have been getting into a little bit that he was maybe feeling a little bit. You know, lying. Yeah. And not you know, he's he's made of much stronger stuff than Trump is. But you know, you you have to be super human to to really special kind of person to avoid that to to maintain at least a false sense of humility. Yeah. Yeah. You you you have to maintain a healthy a healthy amount of self loathing. Stay home. Why me I've been trying to sell his joke on stage..

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"seth macfarlane" Discussed on WTF with Marc Maron Podcast

WTF with Marc Maron Podcast

03:20 min | 3 years ago

"seth macfarlane" Discussed on WTF with Marc Maron Podcast

"I think is he's a he in Kent. He runs an escalating business, and I've heard his name is Bill, and he's got a character. You did of him when you were like ten or something? Wow. Said probably I've heard that there are many people in town that have found these characters that you did of people. Yeah. And now they're on the wall. Because of who you are did you have a caricature business. I did in the when I was really really young. My father was a butcher at the local grocery firm. Yeah. I don't know why. He was he was he was he was a teacher. And he worked part time as a butcher, and I would go to the grocery store, and like draw in the grocery bags before the groceries were bagged and then eventually graduated to doing sidewalk caricatures on the street and the summer fair days. Yes, there were some fair days dilettante. Yeah. And and yeah, I did a bunch of money for money. Yeah. So when does it start like D because it seems like this is an obsession that you know, obviously turned into a billion dollar a year industry. I mean at what point do you sort of retreat into paper. I tend to be those are the those are the parts of the process that I actually enjoy the most I'm a little bit of an introvert by by nature. He must have been just sitting there drawn. Yeah. Yeah. So like like, why do you ever think about that? Why? Why introver-? Yeah. I don't know. I think it's I think it's that was that was you know, the the craft that I gravitated to when I was young with something that that was a solitary craft. And and that's just what I got comfortable. But because I mean, I used to draw when I was a kid, and you know, you can get lost for hours hours, and but you sort of stuck with it and there's a relief to it. But you seem like I guess it's better when you have a true knack for something where you can look at things like I'm pretty good at this you. Yeah. Yeah. It's it's. I at the time thought. Okay. I think I have a pretty good handle on this. But it is it the result is I enjoy writing I enjoy post production. You know, the most stressful part of a of a film or television for me is is the is the production with tons of people around. Yeah. The big crowd. It's very bustling. Like, that's the part where I'm the most kind of uptight. But were you always like that like as a kill you hated? I hated and I got better as I got into college. Right. But I the longtime are hated going to parties like the whole idea was just so because of the noise and noise, the lower the energy intensity is just too much. Really? You got you. And then I discovered alcohol and think that's the that's what was. Ingredients what I need to feel. Oh. This day, man. I tell you. It's like you go to a party sober. And it's just it's parties are terrible. But did you did you took two? The only reason we think they're so great because we're drunk, right? And then and then you have to deal with the repercussions of that. I I don't love parties. I find myself. I'm like if I have to if I get invited to something there's a long month or two got fucking going to be there. What am I gonna get there? All right. But then then you gotta worry about what people say afterward. Yeah. Yeah. It's all just stop drinking big mess. No god. No..

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"seth macfarlane" Discussed on WTF with Marc Maron Podcast

WTF with Marc Maron Podcast

03:33 min | 3 years ago

"seth macfarlane" Discussed on WTF with Marc Maron Podcast

"That's why why we're where we're at with the politically you've got to watch your brain, man. You get sucker punched by some force, full, wrong, minded, charisma, and you get all lit up guy. Watch yet. Right. So I've reassessed it. And I do not think he was as good as I thought he was but stylistically there was nothing like it. And I think that was the primary lesson there. How do you own the stage, adding that was really more of what I was earning. I also watched a bit of watched a little Hicks. I just flipping around the comedy is a lot of new comedies that were dumped on the net. Flicks old comedy specials washed a little the hick stuff from the Vic where I did a special. It's always good to see Bill bouncing around. Yeah. Sleep tight. So Seth McFarland is here. And I I've never met him. I've seen some of his stuff. I've always wondered about him. And he's got this the second season of this space show that he's got the Orville is on Thursday nights at nine pm eastern on FOX. I think FOX's by and large the Seth MacFarlane station outside of the propaganda operation. The rest of it. I think is Seth McFarland, but I was excited to talk to them in. This is this is me talking to Seth here in the garage. It's weird. My research takes me because I'm like, I'm looking up Kent where you come from. 'cause I have like I've had things happen to me in Connecticut. Yes. That's that's a that's a vague kind of dark. Everything. All right. Yeah. No when I starting informatics. But like when I started my comedy career was one night. And they were like there was one in like new London. You can go to drive to a bar new London. And there was a, you know, I saw a guy that I was opening for loses mind on states. Really great. Oh, I bet that was that was it was It just. was just one of these things where you know, you drive for two hours from Boston Boston. And it'd be taking a headliner. He didn't really know. Yeah. And this guy Bob batch the whole way down he's going. I don't know why can't get fucking Letterman. Why can't I get fucking ladder for his act? No, this is in the car. But that's what happens shitty talking bar by this sub base. There's like nine people in there. And I go on and do my half hour, and he just gets up and within minutes. He's like why can't I be fucking ladder? He's yelling. Like uncomfortable and for the first time in my life. And I was younger. I just I went into the middle of room because there were so few people that aren't let's take a break. Bob, just relaxing minute. That's like that's like finding a four leaf clover. When you're when you catch a stand up who's angry with the audience, the best doesn't happen any doesn't because their fro phones they're afraid the phone. Yeah. But yeah man in Boston. I'd see guy snap all the time. There are guys that you could sorta count on it. Yeah. It's well doesn't Chapelle. Makes his audience put their phones steelcase cases or something before he does show some clubs have bags now the club in Denver tags. It's it's it's like part of me. Here's these stories and just thinks you know what America you don't deserve comedy. And you didn't know more comedy for you. Because this is how the actor honed like you got. That's how you know where the line is. And understand it. They don't get it..

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"seth macfarlane" Discussed on WTF with Marc Maron Podcast

WTF with Marc Maron Podcast

03:33 min | 3 years ago

"seth macfarlane" Discussed on WTF with Marc Maron Podcast

"That's why why we're where we're at with the politically you've got to watch your brain, man. You get sucker punched by some force, full, wrong, minded, charisma, and you get all lit up guy. Watch yet. Right. So I've reassessed it. And I do not think he was as good as I thought he was but stylistically there was nothing like it. And I think that was the primary lesson there. How do you own the stage, adding that was really more of what I was earning. I also watched a bit of watched a little Hicks. I just flipping around the comedy is a lot of new comedies that were dumped on the net. Flicks old comedy specials washed a little the hick stuff from the Vic where I did a special. It's always good to see Bill bouncing around. Yeah. Sleep tight. So Seth McFarland is here. And I I've never met him. I've seen some of his stuff. I've always wondered about him. And he's got this the second season of this space show that he's got the Orville is on Thursday nights at nine pm eastern on FOX. I think FOX's by and large the Seth MacFarlane station outside of the propaganda operation. The rest of it. I think is Seth McFarland, but I was excited to talk to them in. This is this is me talking to Seth here in the garage. It's weird. My research takes me because I'm like, I'm looking up Kent where you come from. 'cause I have like I've had things happen to me in Connecticut. Yes. That's that's a that's a vague kind of dark. Everything. All right. Yeah. No when I starting informatics. But like when I started my comedy career was one night. And they were like there was one in like new London. You can go to drive to a bar new London. And there was a, you know, I saw a guy that I was opening for loses mind on states. Really great. Oh, I bet that was that was it was It just. was just one of these things where you know, you drive for two hours from Boston Boston. And it'd be taking a headliner. He didn't really know. Yeah. And this guy Bob batch the whole way down he's going. I don't know why can't get fucking Letterman. Why can't I get fucking ladder for his act? No, this is in the car. But that's what happens shitty talking bar by this sub base. There's like nine people in there. And I go on and do my half hour, and he just gets up and within minutes. He's like why can't I be fucking ladder? He's yelling. Like uncomfortable and for the first time in my life. And I was younger. I just I went into the middle of room because there were so few people that aren't let's take a break. Bob, just relaxing minute. That's like that's like finding a four leaf clover. When you're when you catch a stand up who's angry with the audience, the best doesn't happen any doesn't because their fro phones they're afraid the phone. Yeah. But yeah man in Boston. I'd see guy snap all the time. There are guys that you could sorta count on it. Yeah. It's well doesn't Chapelle. Makes his audience put their phones steelcase cases or something before he does show some clubs have bags now the club in Denver tags. It's it's it's like part of me. Here's these stories and just thinks you know what America you don't deserve comedy. And you didn't know more comedy for you. Because this is how the actor honed like you got. That's how you know where the line is. And understand it. They don't get it..

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"seth macfarlane" Discussed on WTF with Marc Maron Podcast

WTF with Marc Maron Podcast

03:09 min | 3 years ago

"seth macfarlane" Discussed on WTF with Marc Maron Podcast

"To say thank you to your twice a week service. You give a sense of home to so many people and cats, by the way, our little boys named Julius because you guessed it. He's orange with much respect and appreciation Bryant. Glad to help out. Yeah. See like, you people who fast forward through this. You're missing the spiritual value of of my rambling. Intros you're missing it. You're missing the spiritual value. There was another one subject line to kill the loneliness. Hey, mark. My name is Brooks. I may twenty year old in June. My first love broke, my heart where where I lost fifteen pounds during the heartbreak, I found your show marinate helped me made me laugh and feel better. I also work at a grocery where times after work in a one man kiosk gas station where I have to stand alone. Wait for people to come to the window. WPF helps kill the loneliness. And the interviews fill the white wall. Kiosk? Thank you for the laughter during my first real heartbreak, happy new year Brooks. I'm a loneliness killer. Man that is a service are going to put that on my business card. Marc Maron loneliness killer WT f loneliness killer dig it. Yes. I'm watching shit. Somehow or another. There's some weird old Sam kennison set on Netflix disasters in Las Vegas. Year or so before he died, and that kind of got me watching the original HBO special, which I seen in years. Now, this is a guy if some you know, my story, and this has been sitting with me for a while. Because I I did a interview for a documentary about the comedy store that Mike binder is directing and he asked me to talk about my experience. There are no out of it had to do with that guy, and my sort of my my position has always been that he doesn't really get the respected each should as one of the great comics and Mike was like, I don't know if he was at great. And I'm like, but you know, he he had this momentum yet this this pace intensity. He really owned the stage like nobody had ever seen before he had this fury in this. So I force this kind of kind of like, you know, the air changed when the guy went on. I've never seen anybody really do that. And Mike was like, yeah. But I don't know. I think it was the time. I think if you really look at that material, you might just be those bits. I mean anyone could have good bit. So I just don't think he was great. And I you know, it just stuck with me. And this a couple of months ago that we have this conversation. I watched the HBO special half of it. And I watched the old Vegas thing. And I was like God damn it. He wasn't. He was not a right minded, dude. Man. He was not. Not a righteous cat. And I don't know how I got so sucked into that looking back on could have been the coke. It could have been the just the the excitement of the time the late eighties or just the sheer brute force of that guy's personality in that guy's charisma suck to me in the brute force of charisma charisma with a punch..

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"seth macfarlane" Discussed on WTF with Marc Maron Podcast

WTF with Marc Maron Podcast

03:58 min | 3 years ago

"seth macfarlane" Discussed on WTF with Marc Maron Podcast

"Hi, he said, I hear you. I'll hit you up next time out, and bore you to tears with cliches about having a kid at age fifty four and then he wrote thumbs up emoji, and then I wrote panicky gritted teeth emoji. And he wrote that's known as ameren, and I wrote ha. So now that was me, you know, talking to my old friend, but that might be all I talked to him for maybe six months to a year. And I just started thinking in this part of the resolution thing, you know, where where are they who are they? And then it takes effort got start inviting people over for dinner. I just I want to get back to you know, flesh and blood relationships with human beings, and you got a plan that stuff not these one offs. Not these very emotionally cathartic connected. One offs here in the garage. And also, look the other thing about social media is that I'm just sitting on there. I'm not doing anything. You can see that. I'm barely tweeting. And people are like you have a comment on this. How about this? Look the guy from Counting Crows, and you look exactly like each other to some people. Are you the same person care to comment? No it own. I don't care. Don't care. I don't want to comment. No, okay. That was someone's clever idea fine. But. Have fun with it. What do you need me? What do you need my input? Of course. We're not the same guy. What's going on? What do you think about the Louis? What about Louis C K, and I don't care. I have not talked to the guy since that New York Times article. I don't know what he's up to it seems like he's full of anger and and and survival. Survival mechanism kicked in that. But that's what my take. I don't know his life doesn't doesn't seem good. But it's not my fucking responsibility to comment on fucking everything that happens in the world on Twitter. I'm talking like that that someone I'm talking as if someone is attacking me right now. See what it does to me? Do you see what it does to me? Yeah. I just I don't know about that that friend thing. I I guess that's really what it is. Everybody goes and they do their own life. But when you make the choices I've made in that's too. Live alone. Not have a wife, not have children cats. You know, they kinda hit a wall with cats. I love him. I know him they're they're good to have around. But. They don't you know, there's not a lot of deep conversing going on. And there's not a lot of not a lot of change in the conversation with cats. But you know, I'm happy there around. Here's a here's a cat related Email, you healed our cat, Mark. Thank you the other day. Our boy wasn't in the driveway. When we pulled up he's an outdoor cap. And he's always there waiting for us when we pull into the driveway one hundred percent of the time. So we knew something was wrong. When he wasn't there about fifty minutes after we parked went in the house. We heard him me. Our we opened the door and felt so relieved to see him, but he was limping so badly. We were just trying to decide whether to take him to the vet immediately or in a couple of days. Collar was also gone scary moment, what happened to the kitty the next day. We took him in. We had to wait in the room for two hours to be seen. He's stoic little guy. But after an hour of waiting for anything, especially while in pain, anybody would get restless cat or human. He be shaking and shifting his body every ten or fifteen seconds. So I decided to throw on WTI f- in the background to give us something to focus on. It was the latest episode your interview with Rinaldo, Mark. Green great combo. Just great. But the monologue was the standout our cat, Julius immediately. Lied down calm down and started meditating with his eyes rolled back. All three of us who listened intently as you began reviewing movies made your New Year's resolution is shut off your connection to social media and become more grounded into your purpose..

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"seth macfarlane" Discussed on WTF with Marc Maron Podcast

WTF with Marc Maron Podcast

03:18 min | 3 years ago

"seth macfarlane" Discussed on WTF with Marc Maron Podcast

"All right. Let's do this. How are you? What the fuckers what the fuck buddies? What the puck stirs. What's happening? Marc maron. It's the new year. This is it is it happy. And it has it worn off are y'all. Where yet does it feel different? Do we feel different? What did you do on New Year's? I mean, really what did you do one thing? I don't do is stand up comedy on new years. I learned that a long time ago, unless they're paying you a million dollars. What is the fucking point of performing on that night, especially if you gotta bring in the new year nothing, but a nightmare. I don't I don't recommend it for for anyone. But I look I, you know, I don't have to. So I it's easy for me to say. But that was one lesson. I learned why perform on that night. I don't even know if it's expectations the one thing you can expect on new years is that people are going to act like fucking idiots. They're going to get shit faced. They're gonna make a lot of noise. No matter what. The world could be on fire, which it kind of is. And that night people would just be like we. Yeah. Happy new year for that. Our for that, five minutes, whatever it is leading up to it. But man, what a cluster fuck what a nightmare, and then just a drive to the club to hopefully, not get plowed into by some drunken idiot, not paying attention or texting his buddy getting directions to the next party. So they're in the right place when the clock chimes midnight. That was always the panic. We're we're going to be for new years where do you wanna be for New Year's which which party? You wanna be at scrambling around making just under the wire to a mediocre power e looking around ten nine is there anybody I like here. Eight seven God. Dammit. Why did we come to this one six five four? Fuck. I don't know anybody here three to God damnit, Why's that guy? Just fucking stepped on. My foot and fucked up my new shoes happy new year. Point is I don't go out. I don't go do comedy. I stay off the roads of as a sweet by eleven Sarah, the painter, and I I don't mind I woke up, and it was the new year, and I didn't feel like I missed anything. I got up, and I was like, well, this is it we're in it. It's happening. What we miss last night. Not a fucking thing zero. We didn't get to watch, you know, mid level. So ever get shit faced on television. Why bunch of people frozen balls off in Times Square waiting for a thing to drop and I've seen now. I sound cynical. I I hope he had a good new year. I hope it was fun. I hope you brought it in the right way. I hope you got your your shit in your mind straight today on the show. Seth MacFarlane is here. The creator of family guy is new show the Orville. He's he's directed and written movies hosted the Oscars. He's a song and dance, man. He's a crooner Jack of all trades. Controversial extremely talented. And I just wanted to I wanted to talk to him. And I got the opportunity to do that. So Seth MacFarlane is on the show today. Also, my friend, Christina position ski Christina p. Just texted me. She's on a thing on net flicks..

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"seth macfarlane" Discussed on WTF with Marc Maron Podcast

WTF with Marc Maron Podcast

03:18 min | 3 years ago

"seth macfarlane" Discussed on WTF with Marc Maron Podcast

"All right. Let's do this. How are you? What the fuckers what the fuck buddies? What the puck stirs. What's happening? Marc maron. It's the new year. This is it is it happy. And it has it worn off are y'all. Where yet does it feel different? Do we feel different? What did you do on New Year's? I mean, really what did you do one thing? I don't do is stand up comedy on new years. I learned that a long time ago, unless they're paying you a million dollars. What is the fucking point of performing on that night, especially if you gotta bring in the new year nothing, but a nightmare. I don't I don't recommend it for for anyone. But I look I, you know, I don't have to. So I it's easy for me to say. But that was one lesson. I learned why perform on that night. I don't even know if it's expectations the one thing you can expect on new years is that people are going to act like fucking idiots. They're going to get shit faced. They're gonna make a lot of noise. No matter what. The world could be on fire, which it kind of is. And that night people would just be like we. Yeah. Happy new year for that. Our for that, five minutes, whatever it is leading up to it. But man, what a cluster fuck what a nightmare, and then just a drive to the club to hopefully, not get plowed into by some drunken idiot, not paying attention or texting his buddy getting directions to the next party. So they're in the right place when the clock chimes midnight. That was always the panic. We're we're going to be for new years where do you wanna be for New Year's which which party? You wanna be at scrambling around making just under the wire to a mediocre power e looking around ten nine is there anybody I like here. Eight seven God. Dammit. Why did we come to this one six five four? Fuck. I don't know anybody here three to God damnit, Why's that guy? Just fucking stepped on. My foot and fucked up my new shoes happy new year. Point is I don't go out. I don't go do comedy. I stay off the roads of as a sweet by eleven Sarah, the painter, and I I don't mind I woke up, and it was the new year, and I didn't feel like I missed anything. I got up, and I was like, well, this is it we're in it. It's happening. What we miss last night. Not a fucking thing zero. We didn't get to watch, you know, mid level. So ever get shit faced on television. Why bunch of people frozen balls off in Times Square waiting for a thing to drop and I've seen now. I sound cynical. I I hope he had a good new year. I hope it was fun. I hope you brought it in the right way. I hope you got your your shit in your mind straight today on the show. Seth MacFarlane is here. The creator of family guy is new show the Orville. He's he's directed and written movies hosted the Oscars. He's a song and dance, man. He's a crooner Jack of all trades. Controversial extremely talented. And I just wanted to I wanted to talk to him. And I got the opportunity to do that. So Seth MacFarlane is on the show today. Also, my friend, Christina position ski Christina p. Just texted me. She's on a thing on net flicks..

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Kevin Hart steps down as Oscars host

Ben Maller

09:06 min | 3 years ago

Kevin Hart steps down as Oscars host

"Oscars. Well as often happens when things like this are announced. Offensive tweets that Kevin Hart had years ago. Came up and these tweets were reposted and made their way around social media. Many of these tweets were, very homophobic, and Kevin Hart had to sit here and realized that this was a big controversy. All of these tweets he had looked Kevin Hart's a comedian. And he tweeted out some things that he probably thought were funny. One thing was about his son growing up if he was gay. I would stop him from being gay. Now is this him talking tongue-in-cheek is this him being a hundred percent serious? I mean, you know, you don't know what's in somebody's mind when they want to tweet something, and again, these are tweets from years ago many as much as ten years ago. It got so bad. Kevin Hart stepped down as host of the Oscars. He was announced today, and he withdrew from hosting the Oscars. Now, the Oscars has to go look for somebody else to host the show because of these homophobic comments that were made on Twitter by him years and years ago, and the reason this intersection sports is because this is the same thing we saw earlier sear with Josh hater we saw with Josh Allen quarterback of the bills night of the NFL draft. All these racist tweets from Josh Allen from five years ago when he was in high school came up same thing with Josh Hader. Josh comes in all star game, boom. Neither the all star game. Here's some old tweets from Josh hater where he saying some very racist things. And Josh Hader, had to apologize for Josh Allen had to apologize for maybe fell a little bit through the draft because of it. But this has happened now. So many times mainly we saw it in the world. Of sports. But now, here's entertainment. And it's the first thing you think of when you see Kevin Hart is Josh and Josh Allen, and how many times and now you're wondering the next time. This is going to happen. Because believe me, there's people who have these tweets saved up waiting for the right moment to say, you know, what I'm gonna loose this on everybody. And you're going to see exactly what they said years and years ago some seven years ago eight ten years ago doesn't matter they use the curiosity in this particular case. And obviously, you can't it's like when we talk about these sarcasm font and it being necessary for Twitter, right where people take you at your word, Kevin Hart as a comedian and distasteful. Sure, we can have those discussions in the change of where the line is in a in a lot of discussion and a lot of where society and culture in a second in a lot of. Areas at this point. But this is something he's address before the something. He's talked about before. And he's continued to make at a minimum ten movie swabs GV appearances. Plus stand up tours whatever every year. This is not been a controversy. That's in persistent. So but now. But why why is the Oscars? The biggest thing he's ever done in his hosting the Oscars. That's the biggest thing. This is the pinnacle of his career hosting the Oscars. A really really big deal. Sure, it is you it's bigger than any movie he's ever done. It's a bigger audience at one point a bigger. Focus on him. No, no, focus on how bad or well. His his performance, you host the Oscars. It's the biggest moment of your career. Biggest moment of Seth Macfarlane's career. Biggest moments of Billy crystal's grand. These are guys that have had great careers. But you Oscars. That's something different. You're talking about a television audience. That's only rivaled by the Super Bowl. It's more people watch the super, obviously. So it's a little bit less than that. But you're talking about a television audience that that everybody is watching you this is about you. It's once in a lifetime. So this is when okay, what is really the most the most powerful time to strike at Kevin Hart. When a movie of his is coming out on a Friday or hey, your name is the Oscar host. You know, what bull here it is? Here's these Ray. And because the new cycle is owned by the fact that here, you are you're the Oscar host so people are paying attention to this story already. And now, here's where I come out with. Here's these tweets he had years and years ago that he's addressed and instead of bowing to the pressure from the Oscar said, hey, we need you to apologize. We need you to go and condemn what you said. And he's talked about it. Because look I was a different guy, then those jokes is part of the act, etc. And take him at his word or don't the reality is it's it's years in the past that has been addressed. He said, I'm not apologizing about I get that. Some of the things though are need a little bit more of an explanation. Maybe he's gonna regret it later because it's the Oscars. He's gonna say I'll buy I would have had to why did they not do this? It's the Oscars because right now his reputation is really low. You don't wanna turn into some look what happened to Mel Gibson for how many years he was like everybody's staying away from him. And he's had to come back in the shadows. And come back from from getting arrested in everything and he's not really all the way back yet. Kevin hart. I didn't need to apologize. But what explain some of this stuff? Just do something to say, why don't you want your son to grow up? I don't want to be a conversation about this. The it's mainly about how would you become famous? You have to realize, and this is what so many people on Twitter don't realize when they first get on it. It's not a group tech. Next right, Twitter's not a group. Text Twitter is not you and a bunch of people hanging out in the living room making jokes. But that's how people treat it like they're texting with their friends like, hey like athletes like Josh Allen. He's just fooling around in high school. He's around on Twitter with his buddies who were on Twitter. And it's a fun thing thinks like it's only the small circle of us. That are looking at things Twitter is a record is a physical record of you, your beliefs, and what you say, and everybody's got to realize that and athletes don't realize that you're not in a locker room hanging out talking and saying off color things and things that could be offensive. But because you're joking around in the locker room, everything is okay. That's not what Twitter is and people still don't realize that Josh hater didn't realize what Twitter was Josh Allen didn't realize it Kevin Hart, beginning didn't realize it. I can just say whatever I want to and part of it is when you're a comedian, and you're an athlete, and you're you're an entertainer. You're not really as beholden to things as you are. And you're an athlete because I. Could say what I want 'specially comedians because that's what they do some jokes are in bad taste, but they do that for a living. So you don't realize it. Okay. I need to be beholden to anybody. But then the stuff comes back, and you go, oh, it's really come back to bite me in the ass realize that Twitter what you tweet is a is a public record of who you are what you're saying. And the number one thing you should do if you're famous go back and scrub that Twitter account. Maybe people have it already and they're waiting for you to be famous. But if you're not famous people on hold onto stuff go and take a whole day, go through all your tweets scrubbed, the bad ones. Get rid of the bad ones. Go through everything just keep going, however long. It is go to Starbucks sit in front get that delete button ready and get rid of anything. You think I don't want this taken the wrong way? Someone might come back and see this get rid of it. But yet because there's still keeps happening and happening sports and people didn't pay attention happen to Kevin Hart. People are still going to let this go. And you're going to see this controversy continue with different people Jewish statements that he put up on Twitter just a little while ago. I made the choice to step down from. This year's Oscars. This is because they did not want to be a distraction on night that should be celebrated by so many talented artists. I sincerely apologize to the LGBTQ community for my insensitive words from my past. I'm sorry that I hurt people. I'm evolving and to continue to do. So my goal is to bring people together not terrorists apart, much, love and appreciation d the academy. I hope we can meet again. So there's his apology. So there's this apology on twentieth. Politics, LG LGBTQ community. That's that's kind of getting that finally from him. So hoping that this turns the page and maybe doing it now. Maybe they wait a week and say, you know, what? No, we he apologizes. This is that and he could go in and host the Oscars again. But at the very least it's a wakeup call for everybody about not pressing send her we're gonna talk about Herm Edwards for thirty years. Don't press send one of the wisest things he ever said he says, he's a garage. I went back and tremendous job at the college level that was mocked and derided when it happened in. In a very avid says one of the most intelligent things related to our social media world you play to win the game. And don't press. He can make T shirts for days. Yeah. That's you. Gotta do. That's odd. Kevin hart. That's the t shirt I wear the next couple of days. So 'cause you know paparazzi is gonna fall around now because all the stuff that don't press N t shirt. He's in Australia. I believe right to win the game Twitter at how about a Fresca, Mike, it's Molin dome. The Jason Smith show with. Fred Mike, carbon coming up next

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Seth MacFarlane, Sienna Miller Join Showtime's Roger Ailes Miniseries

NPR News Now

04:46 min | 3 years ago

Seth MacFarlane, Sienna Miller Join Showtime's Roger Ailes Miniseries

Katy Perry Denies Dr. Luke Raped Her in Unsealed Deposition

The Morning Toast

00:32 sec | 4 years ago

Katy Perry Denies Dr. Luke Raped Her in Unsealed Deposition

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