20 Burst results for "Setv"

"setv" Discussed on Mt. Rushmore Podcast

Mt. Rushmore Podcast

04:55 min | 2 months ago

"setv" Discussed on Mt. Rushmore Podcast

"I got her a here club paradise. Oh yeah the slightly less successful herald ramos film but was a writer for saturday night live. Setv has been on about a done all kinds of voice over work and animation work and just has settled into this great career as that guy. Yeah we brian doyle. Murray is an ultimate backup. He's he's gotten great boardroom. Energy that guy five. Yeah like where you could just. You could imagine him in any he could be the ceo. He could be a lackey. he get somewhere. Put them in a suit he could be. You can see him in any rule of some guy in a suit sitting there. Doing something. And i appreciate the fact that once again. It's a brother who seems to appreciate the fact that his elder brother eclipsed him professionally but doesn't seem to have any bitterness about me. Maybe he doesn't in harbours harbors it and prince private deepest deepest darkest world. Brian doyle murray but but you know publicly. They just aren't seem like this really close tight knit family that you know mill. Bill loves putting brian oil murray and his movies and he loves being kind of the clint. Howard ron howard. Spy speaking of my choice. Oh enjoy fine. Go ahead finish your aching of rock and roll highschool from last week i would say that in my brief experience in second city and an ensemble comedy as a younger person. You find yourself playing the Nuts in the hippie weirdo or the crazy character. And then you start to age and within five years i remember going from majors. My locker facilities flavor. You start going from the herald is talked about this to you you go from being the space cadet crazy character to be the one that brings oil murray. Is everything where. He's the authoritarian news. The person saying all right you guys knock it off you know. Tease the patriarch heavy. And it's no fun because you you play the person without a sense of humor you play the person who has kind of come into kind of shut down the scene. At the end you can scramble. Knock it off you become the the you're the street man you're the sixteen wade becomes an and squashes the scene so so they can go onto something else and boy. It sounds like The character maybe you are going to talk about or the person usually actually plays the weirdo. Yeah definitely clint howard. Younger brother too to ron. Howard ron howard will start off as the more famous. One is obviously famous for his roles as a child actor. So was clint clint. You know on the courtship of eddie's father but also like had voice roles for like famous disney things. He was ruined and in the jungle book. You had like a very like. Oh that is that voice. I didn't know that was clinton howard sort of thing. But then ron howard just had a longer starring role on you..

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"setv" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show

The Rich Eisen Show

04:10 min | 3 months ago

"setv" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show

"To join the original cast of breaking bad but because of conflicting stage commitments. You could not do. It is that you were false. All i can say that there was a a casting thing that Vince directed Called the directly. And he said we'd like to do on this. And i couldn't because i was on my way to new york to a play. So that's that's all of that You know i'm. I'm not gonna talk about what party then it becomes it becomes fans stuff and it's like you know it's better you guys you just kind of guess which one would it be. Would it be no. You won't even you won't even twitch in the direction. If i guess which one it would be michael talamante. That's not solemn. Okay at least call eighty seven so we saw a young boy is phone's breaking up. Michael look i. I appreciate you taking the time here On the rich eisen show i could. I could go on and on and on with you. But i appreciate the time congrats on playing god available now in theaters vod and other digital platforms will all digital platforms will will hopefully pick this up another. Thank you right back at you. At michael at m j mckeon m. c. k. e. a. n. Right here on the rich eisen show. Now i'm just gonna think the rest of the show he could have been on urban tra. Ooh that's possibility. I think that's on the list who else would be. Who else could possibly be ping definitely not thinking. Obviously the mother load of all of the what. We'd like to try a few walter white right. That's why you know. I mean could. He have been hank. That have been a good one hank. The brother-in-law who is on everything. We gotta get him back when better call saul comes back obviously even though his character i mean spoiler alert. We'll leave it out. There could have been gail could have been the wags part could have been gusts or waldo. June man it'd be jin carlo esposito from john was waldo junior. I'm convinced that would stop it. Erma trout was the first one i would have. It wasn't salamanca. that's we can eliminate. That was very funny. That's a funny one right there so That was great. Though we go right down the old show is one of the funny all. I can watch that a thousand waiting for guffman and waiting for so-so guys are so good. How about that. I i would have bet a bottom dollar that eugene levy of setv fame and john candy and rick moranis and that they would have crossed paths. They being eugene levy and the sctv world with the world of harry shearer and you and michael mckean and christopher guest. Then rob reiner. I would have thought would have been some sort of overlap at some point but instead it's just like yeah. Let's reach out to eugene levy. And i'm a big fan of his and then they sat down and they wrote we're waiting for government. I mean comma raise maize and then obviously best in show is fantastic. Eugene levy plan the dog with the show owner two left feet and he kept walking around. And then fred willard planning the joe garage joel character doing the play by play for great all of us a wonderful wonderful wonderful. I could talk about it all day. We've got buddha baker though coming up in our number three along with john c mcginley a good time with johnny. See.

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"setv" Discussed on Back To Work

Back To Work

06:01 min | 3 months ago

"setv" Discussed on Back To Work

"It's so lactose intolerant How komodos just watch deepak seven komodos for foreign but but the you know in the scene two left feet but eventually learn to walk. You know straight. Yeah he's luke There's so wonderful in that. Not wearing underpants and fred. Willard recognizes her. When she's fred who will yes. Oh my god. Fred hand looks familiar to me. He said oh my god oh my god. He says doggy style thing. You're gonna have to run. The i said to my kid while we were watching this. I said watch this is so. He's i think. I i don't know how much stuff in that movie is like. We're all those. Christopher guest. movies are strictly improvised on the day. Right guide is that it's more like a curb your enthusiasm style. We got hit these beats in this scene. Yeah i'll bet a lot of what they do is i bet they re hurt. I mean i can't say my guess would be from how well it's put together knowing the shots all my guy win the guy the guy sitting in the seat and he has that poodle in his lap. Rips it sorta alabama. But i said to madeleine. Watch this shot. It's amazing shot where you see. Just the one. I of the poodle sitting on his lap and and exactly perfect point. He starts talking to the poodle the poodle looks at. The camera raises his head and puts his chin on the desk. Mike how did they get that. Yeah i imagine they do. A lot of rehearsal an improv. You know before they shoot. I mean that's how a lot of like improv comedy works. I think But what was i gonna say about this so of course it made me have again for going back to the source and watching some old. Setv which for people of a certain age people of my age. It's like you know i in america. You might get really into star trek because it's always on it for on the uhf's then you discover doctor who you know tampa public tv on a saturday night. And you're like what is this. You think you're super snl and the need discover setv on really late at night and you're like oh my god what is happening on show right. This show is so martin short john. Candy you know just the cast of that show is so incredible and i really had a yen to watch. Setv well guess what the age this is so off track and am i saying any of this drives me nuts the stuff that you just can't get now it's strange time. There's so much stuff. That was incredibly prevalent in our lives in the eighties and nineties. Everywhere and in the culture and nature just can't find it so like you can from two thousand ten. Let's all over youtube. The stuff from one thousand nine hundred. Maybe not so much unless you get like. Here's five hours of abc tv from that year. Which delightful. But you know what i just wanna. I just don't want skin. Put some points on the board for the public library system. Because i can only find a certain amount of setv that i could even steal. And of i would buy it but the dvd's are out of print. It's not available. As far as i could see hardly anywhere but you know what i did. I went to my library of website and on the way to my little area right now. First of all the dvd volume motive. Mary hartman. mary hartman is coming but also one two four five. Dvd's of setv are coming. The only place. I could readily find it. And it didn't cost a nickel. I love libraries. So i get one the one i'm really looking for to. Setv best of the early years dvd from two thousand six. I'm super look like it's weird that it that you're excited about a dvd in twenty twenty one quality will be yet. No no no absolutely but it's like But i get it. No i totally get it like. I know what it's it's just it's just I know i to give shout. I guess on the one hand to Setv i just watched the s. four of shits creek the one where she does the ad for the winery. I haven't believe it or not. I'm saving that show. I haven't seen him appreciate the craftsmanship She's so funny. I turned my kid. And i was like whenever you hear. That dumb thing about women aren't funny. I don't know how you look at somebody even just look at catherine o'hara and thinks something like that. She a phrase is a phrase. I learned this week. God who was talking about this shoot. It was an interview with a comedian or an actor and talked about something. I guess in some community called the mystery laugh. Oh no there's much belushi. And how. John belushi could always get the mystery laugh. Which is they don't even have to do anything they just show up. John belushi walks onstage in chicago or toronto. Or were john belushi. This is of course before. Snl and people say it's a bummer. Because if you wanna see. John belushi at his height. You had to see him before us now but like onstage. He was just a force of nature like but soon he got a mystery laugh because he would walk on stage and only had to do is come out and do that. Eyebrow thing and the entire crowd lost it. I'm going to see another one from christian wig. Kristen wig is just funny. She's just funny. There's just something faces that she makes the way that she talks like. I forgot that she was in knocked up. And the whole thing with katherine heigl where. They're trying to tell her lose weight without telling her to lose. Weight is like so funny like well. Why don't you get on the scale and just keep the numbers going down. But like and. I think the same thing is true with catherine o'hara she's just you just look at her in that eyeliner with her wigs in each has a name. Only god just creek. I i as they say slept on it and boys good had a huge crush on the daughter alexis right now got a big crush on her coming a little crush on levy polly. It's good cracker..

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"setv" Discussed on Yah Lah BUT...

Yah Lah BUT...

07:28 min | 11 months ago

"setv" Discussed on Yah Lah BUT...

"What is that everybody. Welcome to another episode of y'all la oboe is the end of the week and a very different will now now. That is a new. Us president and and there wasn't any crazy. Riots or whatever inauguration me yeah. Yeah if he's fucking surreal. Mainly i was watching a video. By seth meyers you out former president trump Great i was always seeing I was really out to cover eleven things. We forget about trump and others alias. Zanies things are not reveal. He apparently paid like hush money to a porn star in in almost daniels and like and he was in trouble for like. I don't like throwing paper towels into a crowd of people who Who are hurricane. Honestly if someone doesn't Cab on politics and just focuses on all non political shenanigans. He got up to fucking interesting time. Leno yeah i. If you've i i thought i mean i just thought like it felt like we just been switched like this really really long. Like devi series on netflix. About like some crazy crazy crazy president over the us off and all the shows okay back to normal life now honestly if he starts his own streaming platform where he puts episodes of what his life is light right now. Oh fucking favorite shipment. Yeah yeah there's locally papers. Your late is a few avenues that he can go. The people have been speculating. Media families. party You know man. I mean i'm sure that sort of state of his impeachment. I see things saying that. He's been impeached but he hasn't really gone through the full process right as he's not been convicted. He hasn't gone to trial and convicted. Traveling to happen So there's no precedent for An ex president to be impeached. Although there is a precedent for an ex-senator who has been impeached and try vala so so. We'll we'll see what happens from your by basically. It's how far do they want to extend the punishment because the thing is about being impeached is one of the biggest things is that it rules him out from running for twenty twenty four. He doesn't get his Pension for the rest of his life. He doesn't get to travel allowance which i mean financially. I don't think it has anything to worry about. But i think one of the things that if you are fully impeach impeach in convicted you cannot run again there's some restrictions but you have to be yeah go to trial and all correct seller. What is trump up to now. Biden only go four million followers on the account only. But that's a crazy week win but there's still the closer to home to talk about as well right yes. Much smaller scale. Yes but before. That is the one thing that we do every week. So yes and it is our one kind of plug to anyone out there. Who's enjoyed some of this. Podcast is made you smile. Made you think is menu even angry in a good way It'd be great if you could share. Share this episode all alpo cousin general with someone out there who you think may not have heard as yet they'll be great because our podcast continues to grow our wonderful sub reddit continues to go continues to grew and we're gonna keep turning to shit out man yup yup yup. That's cool all right. So what is what is the full topic of the day terence. it's i mean it's it's basically that the culture was i guess You know there's a there's a there's a small business business colts. I mean called small in a small. sm oil And one of the oldest. I don't know if that is the only. I'll know wanda outlets The half gb leap pride flag displayed at cashier. Just a small little flag just display of the cashier and I can't remember the exact did of it but a few days ago. The owner of the restaurant posted a video. Setv video which showed a passer by even a customer passer-by coming by questioning them to why are they having displaying odd ubt flick in a public place and then finally like ripping flesh off the casual contact and then throwing it at stafa and subsequently that will know posted on instagram video and said that you know this is now a police case. Were very disappointed. Said that you know the staff were Basically assaulted in some way having stop throwing him For for being being supportive of the algebra so this is a very big example of how intolerance is still you know society also the seeing social media right. Yeah is there anything. So he was at lopa stall They have to outlets one at lopez wanted by liberal quarters and the incident happened on eighteenth january and the owner shamin. She posted a video on the night of january at ten fifteen pm. Just is yeah so so the it was widely shed. I think now if you google small. Singapore there is a whole bunch of outlets I mean media publications talking about this. The men in question apparently had been identified by the police. Investigations are ongoing but on the side of that. There was a lot of public support. Life fucking people were sharing it before condemning his actions And i think it translated to commercial support as well because shamin post setting yesterday or day. Before the dow alerts have sought out an laura people have come forward wanting to talk to and and just showed yes abolish which is also I think Even so the meal singapore Paul foster soda meal a singapore instagram. That he's going down to small singapore tomorrow to support. Yeah yeah so then. Why are we talking about is no i mean. I think it's an interesting question right like About you know some some people say that when you display lgbt fleck In a very public place. It's a very it stirs up. A lot of emotions. Between different people are some people who support the in. some people. don't support it and So this person. I mean a cipher fe. True flavored deborah I mean he him ripping on a flight or so can consider vandalism la but but I guess the big question is is anything wrong with displaying your support for algae bt causes like as a business as a business that is meant to serve. Everyone is all because rambo there were cases in the us which are very different by think generally in the same vein where there were certain businesses that decided they were not going.

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"setv" Discussed on Welcome with Karim Kanji

Welcome with Karim Kanji

03:35 min | 1 year ago

"setv" Discussed on Welcome with Karim Kanji

"We've got some that. I being doing acting classes like you're to drama classes and they've been doing it years ago but if i didn't want anyone to i felt very fragile back then it was your It was like incubating this. I was trying to keep it safe. In the and as soon as i started i was like i love this. Is that for me for so much. My life that freedom of play a plane pretend in connection with other people in a non judgmental. Spain's not only did it feel good but it was. It was so affirming for me as a person into that was it. I'm just like i got to keep doing it. I'd signed up for an intermediate class. Not enough people signed up for it so like by can't stop doing and and Someone's like you're pretty good managed to go to the second city in. I grew up watching. Setv hugiene levy is like one of the most amazing people that just i laugh. Is that his face. Like in eyebrow goes up. And i'm like oh that's hilarious eyebrow like. He's a naturally funny person and everyone on that show. Were like really huge comedy Against variations for me and me and my brother really liked we do bits the whole time you know and it was great fun and so then i signed up for a lovely class at second city and that was sixteen years ago and i just never stopped wild yup and it's the best thing in the world. It really is so transformative for myself. But i know the experience for a lot of other people that have very strange beings. Zaidi's were feeling just uncomfortable with who they are. And but there's a space in improv. Is that thing that can really build a bridge for you to feel that her about who you are and you don't have to be a colin mockery. You just find out who you are. And you bring the ideas and the rules of improv life yet. S two things be not things trying things being open to change seeking change the people. It's it's it's great rules to live to live like that you want was it. The newcomer awarded comedy or something like that that you won. What was that that was in two thousand fourteen for the canadian comedy awards. I won for best breakout artists. And how long were you actually working in the space. Like honing your craft. And how long have you been doing that before. Winning this award yes request rates. The probably is i. I've been doing improv for several years before then but it. I guess one of the really big markers in my life and my career ways working with my colleague party is a kessler. The other half its you may know show Restart her first show was run fringe festival back in two thousand nine. And so i see for for me and identify jumped into like tons of done like improv. Shows up until then but are still pretty green light to do actual show to put on your own show and effort and for people like it. That's a bit and we're in. I i told this story options to my students. For example of like our show was berry patchwork date you may know show king from the fact that he had no show and we were just like..

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"setv" Discussed on How Many Podcast

How Many Podcast

04:34 min | 1 year ago

"setv" Discussed on How Many Podcast

"To I do not. Stain. STINGL hoffer. Making copies mix teamsters, her Stinger Tola stain. All the time though Yep stuff all the time Paul Shaffer who's that Oh he the letterman. Was Whatever Bill Murray had that lounge bit. He played here. No. For that only did values on their one season. Off Molly Shannon. Yes. Yeah. Yeah. I think between the two of them. Yes. I. Agree I'll give Ya. Harry Shearer. Simpson's right spinal tap and the simpsons. But what you do on Saturday night live not much. It's funny though he was under two distinct things. He was seventy nine to eighty and he left came back it was on their eight, hundred, forty, five I do not remember what he did on Saturday night live boy. He was not. He did not do much on satellite. Mostly Yeah I think. So Yeah SNL career not enough I guess now. Okay Martin Short yes yes. Yes. On both his somebody who did really well on because I was talking about earlier one one short season one season on snl but it was brilliant et grill. Tremendous than of the host of wheel of Fortune Mr Todd Say Jack in Los say the years I sent him over forty letters of encouragement. Didn't he bring all of his stuff from SETV? Had all his characters he brought with him Sarah Silver not enough the no. Yeah it was gonNA. Hiker I didn't even know she was on it. Here. You go junior jenny slate not enough on SNL. She was another one that got fired two right. On. The air you're out my niece yet. Elizabeth. Your mind neath now outside of SNL solid but not enough on us. No Robert Smuggle new. Guy Done a ton of stuff outside but. All the TV funhouse bid right and he does the insult dog. Big Comedy Central Invent you're embarrassing us in front of David State I'm trying to get work on Joe dirt three, which is coming out on crackle and four ace and Gary. Gary Out I will it to I don't think he's done enough outside of us now, but it's also a head writer for Conan O'Brien for a long long time. But Yeah but you're not gonna you don't know who he is. Okay. So I've got to yeses and I've got a no Scott I'm saying now now you've got a tie and I've gotta break he had a son Gary. You're yes. You'RE GONNA use or my no my hold that against him. Out here. He made me the sidekick. No as I don't care about the G. Part I'm no sidekick. All right. He's an yeah I I think it boils down to like we said there's a lot of people that have done a lot of other stuff we talked about it earlier people that went on and wrote and things like that. In other places, you don't really know David spade anyone morale guess. Yeah. Yeah. Absolutely. Pamela Stevenson's note now here's a lively debate one single season in nineteen eighty, nine Ben Stiller. No not enough on us to know but greatness otherwise you enough on snl not enough on. Few swept out. His Ben Stiller show career would. Say Not. Enough on. Ara. CECILY strong. Now, she's got a week. bigamist honest and L. for eight years, but she's still on their into anything. And I always forget how to pronounce this. Guy's name junior helped me out Jason. He's a yes. Now he's done in up outside of L. O. Jason Today is. Definitely horrible bosses he's done stuff and he's had babies with Livia Wild Ohio. Scott's in now scores. All. Right. Julia Sweeney No..

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Eugene Levy, 'Schitt's Creek'

Popcorn with Peter Travers

09:05 min | 1 year ago

Eugene Levy, 'Schitt's Creek'

"Right now for my guest Eugene, Levy. The world is just throwing awards and Garlands had his feet fifteen emmy nominations for shits. Creek on I don't think you could go anywhere these days Eugene Canyon with people just saying we love you. We Love You love you you. Well. It's the worst things can happen. Okay worse things can happen than people saying I love you. reaction to this show has needless to say I mean just been. Sensational, and it's been kind of a tidal wave over the last couple of years in particular. Will the irony here is that just when all this love is coming your way you and your son Dan decided no this the end now. That's a too much good thing. Now can't have too much of a good thing. Yeah. It was boy was actually the right you know in hindsight it was it was really the right decision because you know had we decided to go in and do another season been royally screwed this year. It would have been bad I would call that a bad scene. and Now it ended when it should have ended. It was just you know everything just kind of made sense every story line you know completed itself in just a beautiful way and you know it's logic that has nothing to do with television and the entertainment industry. Well, you're absolutely right I mean you know if you if you think of the fact that you know there's money to be made Then, you're right now we probably could have gone on for another. Two three or however many years. But you know it's what I call the law of diminishing returns. It's you know it's you. You can't. I mean, how do we talk what happened this year? We can't will never reach this kind of peak again with with fifteen emmy nominations that was just mind blowing. So it ended at just the right time you know go out when the going's good each year in each season, it just got better and funnier and more real and it just detached it's up to our hard well It it I well that you know I get a lot of credit to my son. Dan I mean he really did a masterful job. Guiding this thing to its final destination you know we started the show. in the intention was to make a great character comedy. You know when he came to me with the idea, he said, you know I want the same sensibility as you know, you and Chris Guests had in your movies -Ly character work keeping it kind of real and grounded. And I said well You've come to the right guy because that's that's all I believe in and that's all I. Know and that's that's all I do get your laps through character and and and do everything you can to make. The characters as credible as possible you want to get to a point where your audience has an emotional investment in the character and if that happens. Then you know you can just take them on a a lovely kinda joyride through laughs and tears and everything else you can take many. Right and then as the seasons kind of progress once we got the fish out of water scenario. Out of the way in the first season and realize that they are going to be there for a while the Rose family then the focus was on relationships. And character, and we could settle for a bed without moving necessarily too much story but the fact is, yes, you and your son Dan Co created this you know in that spirit, but he was the show runner young. Was He. Scary. was He demanding with what goes on when you're the show runner? We hear stories by the mind by the time by the time. I. I handed the reins over to him which was I think the beginning of the third season. I listen I could tell. in the in the room and I was in the writer's room for the first To. Two. Plus. seasons something I did not necessarily enjoy because. I'm not used to a writer's room. You know I mean all the writing I've done in my career has been either on my own. For the most part I'm SETV I wrote on my own. And I would write with a partner like Chris or or another friend of Mine John Hempel who I did a few things with up in Toronto who played Bob and chips Greg but being in a room where everybody's contributing to how the story moves was a little. You know kind of unsettling i. never quite got the grasp on that. It now, but he did and he was quite amazing in the Rome even in the very beginning trying to keep things on track and and taking it in a direction that ultimately proved to be the right direction. So it was quite an incredible. Experience for me to watch this growth and watch how rapidly he was developing into a great writer. Let alone what he was doing on camera. was also quite surprising to me, but you know the whole experience. Was Yeah was yes. Oh, so he gets. The credit for this because he's done an amazing job for six years just great instincts as a writer and some very ballsy. Decisions as a producer. To make things are are right and also your daughter Sarah who's also in Shits Creek yes. You see these kids suddenly become funny and become actors and begin to take on what you do did that freak you out or were you really happy about? Well I I certainly didn't encourage it and I- deep down was kind of happy about it because I understood it. But. You know in the beginning when they I know they did shows in high school. And in when by the time they got to college university. Dan went into kind of a film course and I, thought well, interesting he's got a thing he wants to be a director. Put Films Together. That's great. And my daughter said she wanted to major in drama and I said, really she said, why are you surprised? I said because I know you did shows but I I've never heard you go on and on about how much he wanted to be an actor. So she majored in Drama University and and we got to see her in her final year in some productions that was the only year. The parents could go and see productions ride. Vital. Yes she was really Really quite good and I would watch your working her plays and and has watching him I'm I'm thinking to myself why her performances onstage are are so ripe for a camera. But then then my son gets a job on MTV in Canada is vj when they started in Toronto whatever how many years ago now? And his work on camera was just incredible. You know I mean what he was able to do his his Is. improvising, winging it you know personality coming through in a major way, and then he started doing sketches and writing sketches and doing funny things that were really funny and I knew that he had a great I for this but nevertheless coming in to do a half hour. Comedy. Character driven. That's a whole different. You know animal and I I. I did everything, I could to get the show on the air. When he brought me this germ of an idea. a rich family losing their money and Lo and behold we. We did

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Eugene Levy, 'Schitt's Creek'

Popcorn with Peter Travers

06:28 min | 1 year ago

Eugene Levy, 'Schitt's Creek'

"Hello everybody. I M Peter Travers this popcorn where we tell you what's happening in the pop. And right now for my guest Eugene, Levy. The world is just throwing awards and Garlands had his feet fifteen emmy nominations for shits. Creek on I don't think you could go anywhere these days Eugene Canyon with people just saying we love you. We Love You love you you. Well. It's the worst things can happen. Okay worse things can happen than people saying I love you. reaction to this show has needless to say I mean just been. Sensational, and it's been kind of a tidal wave over the last couple of years in particular. Will the irony here is that just when all this love is coming your way you and your son Dan decided no this the end now. That's a too much good thing. Now can't have too much of a good thing. Yeah. It was boy was actually the right you know in hindsight it was it was really the right decision because you know had we decided to go in and do another season been royally screwed this year. It would have been bad I would call that a bad scene. and Now it ended when it should have ended. It was just you know everything just kind of made sense every story line you know completed itself in just a beautiful way and you know it's logic that has nothing to do with television and the entertainment industry. Well, you're absolutely right I mean you know if you if you think of the fact that you know there's money to be made Then, you're right now we probably could have gone on for another. Two three or however many years. But you know it's what I call the law of diminishing returns. It's you know it's you. You can't. I mean, how do we talk what happened this year? We can't will never reach this kind of peak again with with fifteen emmy nominations that was just mind blowing. So it ended at just the right time you know go out when the going's good each year in each season, it just got better and funnier and more real and it just detached it's up to our hard well It it I well that you know I get a lot of credit to my son. Dan I mean he really did a masterful job. Guiding this thing to its final destination you know we started the show. in the intention was to make a great character comedy. You know when he came to me with the idea, he said, you know I want the same sensibility as you know, you and Chris Guests had in your movies -Ly character work keeping it kind of real and grounded. And I said well You've come to the right guy because that's that's all I believe in and that's all I. Know and that's that's all I do get your laps through character and and and do everything you can to make. The characters as credible as possible you want to get to a point where your audience has an emotional investment in the character and if that happens. Then you know you can just take them on a a lovely kinda joyride through laughs and tears and everything else you can take many. Right and then as the seasons kind of progress once we got the fish out of water scenario. Out of the way in the first season and realize that they are going to be there for a while the Rose family then the focus was on relationships. And character, and we could settle for a bed without moving necessarily too much story but the fact is, yes, you and your son Dan Co created this you know in that spirit, but he was the show runner young. Was He. Scary. was He demanding with what goes on when you're the show runner? We hear stories by the mind by the time by the time. I. I handed the reins over to him which was I think the beginning of the third season. I listen I could tell. in the in the room and I was in the writer's room for the first To. Two. Plus. seasons something I did not necessarily enjoy because. I'm not used to a writer's room. You know I mean all the writing I've done in my career has been either on my own. For the most part I'm SETV I wrote on my own. And I would write with a partner like Chris or or another friend of Mine John Hempel who I did a few things with up in Toronto who played Bob and chips Greg but being in a room where everybody's contributing to how the story moves was a little. You know kind of unsettling i. never quite got the grasp on that. It now, but he did and he was quite amazing in the Rome even in the very beginning trying to keep things on track and and taking it in a direction that ultimately proved to be the right direction. So it was quite an incredible. Experience for me to watch this growth and watch how rapidly he was developing into a great writer. Let alone what he was doing on camera. was also quite surprising to me, but you know the whole experience. Was Yeah was yes. Oh, so he gets. The credit for this because he's done an amazing job for six years just great instincts as a writer and some very ballsy. Decisions as a producer.

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"setv" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

02:02 min | 1 year ago

"setv" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"We'll pay for the call. One, eight, hundred, eight, seven, eight, play, one, eight, hundred, eight, seven, eight, seven, five, two nine. It'll get you in and get yard. We'll talk about sports and that's there are some sports that's going on. In fact right now Tottenham are playing at Ram Lane Against Sheffield United in an empty stadium. You can watch the game with NAT. Sound, which is a lot of hey, who boop boop? Who who stuff like that? And then. You can also watch it. With a! Fake crowd and then faked singing. Blow. Things like that. So. You can choose. I know Bruce. Jenkins said the chronicle said that it was an abomination to put fake noise of crowds singing I, watched the game with the crowd singing and I didn't notice it. It was. It was kind of low, and it seems sort of natural. Wasn't like canned laughter and some sort of seventy six. or That was one thing that from my brandon always bugged her about SETV. And when I was a kid, SETV would come on like when I was in high school on after Saturday night. Live. So it was ninety minutes and we'd go from one. To two thirty in the morning and I would watch it. And then we didn't have a VCR, because was nineteen eighty-one, and then in the morning I would act out plays for like my parents, and then this guy did this, and then they would laugh because I was like acting out what I saw. But in that TV show, they had canned laughter, but it was can laughter from Canada like they didn't know how to do it right. This really a hollow feel to it. Of like this show from my house. Feel are, but we do have open lines dominic back in the studios in San Francisco. Here me and my house cardboard box under the bar tracks. Come on in and get her at one eight, hundred eight seven play big shot up to our troops, listening both home, and abroad on American forces, radio network. You're doing a great job. Say.

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"setv" Discussed on Strange Brew Podcast!

Strange Brew Podcast!

02:04 min | 1 year ago

"setv" Discussed on Strange Brew Podcast!

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"setv" Discussed on Marty and McGee

Marty and McGee

04:31 min | 2 years ago

"setv" Discussed on Marty and McGee

"Dollars six hundred and twenty dollars. His attorney Richard cherished didn't return a call seeking comment. You probably just paid at six hundred twenty dollars and said, I me- Cali. Hundred and twenty dollars, Dan. I need a ride. Okay. That's cool. You just give me a lift I need to grab this money. Hey, let's let's take it on down to Virginia. That's your place, by the way, my home state down down to Bedford county. Mark Edwin Turner, oh, that's real near. My people has been charged with felony malicious wounding use of a firearm in the commission, but felony possession of a firearm by felon after an argument. I didn't know that was a charge at a pre Easter dinner Turner and his girlfriend's son got into an argument about what is better Chevy or Ford. Prosecutors say that Turner has girlfriend in the sons go from outside when the argument started over which truck manufacturer was better be SETV Lynchburg reports that Turner pulled a knife in his girlfriend trying to give between him and her son. She got stabbed. And then he pulled out a gun, dude. You and I have seen some people throw down over some. Chevy versus four but mishap hearner pulled out an arsenal of weapons, and I cannot find in the story whether he was a bow tie guy or whether he was a blue oval guy. That's important if we're ready that answer. That's very important. Yeah. Somebody needs to anybody in Marty's area, Virginia some these lit us. No. But I'll tell you this. So I don't know what how what went down whole boy lost the fight because his mugshot looks like they might have dragged him behind the police cruiser on the way to the station. I envisioned this. I envisioned this fight between Toyota Chevy and all these as like anchorman where they all just show up and all the car are just ready to go. No, it's Ford versus Chevy is the greatest robbery in the history of American motorsports. Alder respect him by the actor drove one Ford and Chevy still. So there you go. Memo. So my first job my first job out of college was at the Lynchburg news in advance the newspaper in Lynchburg Virginia, which is right near Bedford. And maybe maybe we should scour the archives of the Lynchburg news advanced to see if it's Chevy versus Ford. I'll call the editor when we get off. Let's head on down to Florida coast, Florida. He has a Bourne identity crisis. That's the lead of the story. Okay. He has a Bourne identity crisis a drunk in Florida man was booted out of an area library interested. Hutus what? Oh, Jimmy Barnes. Bob Baffert said Lee Li trainer just walked bindis. Good morning. Jimmy. He's checking out the track. I gotta headline from a drunken Florida man was booted out of an area library and then arrested after he identified himself to police Jason Bourne the fictional Superstock. Created by author Robert Ludlum. Okay, police were I called to the Barbara s ponts public library in Pinellas park last Tuesday afternoon ads keep popping up, and this is a very hard to read with all these ads popping up. They went to the library for reports of a main causing a disturbance news four Jax reported citing interest report the boozed up man identified as forty five year old Jonathan William Chapman, refused to leave the library. Even after being asked multiple towns by staffers to vomit who's the story says Varmus, according to the news, Alan, yes. When police arrived Chapman told him. His name was born played by actor Matt Damon in the blockbuster action thriller series Chapman, also gave cops of bogus social security number. Authorities eventually figured out Chapman's true identity in busted him on a first degree misdemeanor charge of resisting an oftener with officer. Excuse me oftener officer without violence. According to news four Jax. Wow. It looks like Jason Bourne y'all are to see his mugshot here. He when he learned from Jason Bourne. I like who. Who are you? He's like here. I'm going to give them a fake social security number. Jason Bourne would do to get through the you know to get through the passport office in Brussels or something. All right here got, hey, let's take it to the Kentucky Derby son, an our own the weekend of the Kentucky Derby, a unique item is for sale.

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"setv" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

01:33 min | 2 years ago

"setv" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"There will be no layoffs, but Honda will offer voluntary buyouts to some employees and employees. The Topeka zoo has been attacked by a tiger. We had an incident this morning with our male Tigers ending keeper the male tiger did injure or keeper she was taken to the hospital by our zoo was put on lockdown all the Tigers are now insecure holding the woman hurt was awake and alert when she was taken to the hospital, the thirtieth annual great L A river cleanup continues today focusing on a midway point near bond park on Los villas boulevard volunteers, pick up trash and debris. This is the second of three weekends where an estimated ten thousand volunteers will take part in. What is said to be the largest urban river cleanup in the country crash cleared intestine on the five that was the five northbound at red hill avenue where this crash is out of lanes. In fact, now off the freeway to the drive is starting to loosen up here from Culver drive, also looking better through Costa, Mesa earlier problem on the four or five southbound just before Bristol street also taken off the freeway through lake Elsinore, very tough still on the fifteen southbound at main street the right lane has not been reopened yet. Have been closed for some emergency work today, and the drive is stacked up pretty solid from lake street. And if you're in Baldwin park on the ten westbound approaching the six oh five freeway getting word. Here of a wreck SETV is on the way, the drive is quickly stacking up at the spot KFI in the sky helps get you there faster. I'm Deborah signings Easter forecasts kinda cool before cast next university of Maryland university. College was made to bring a respected state university.

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"setv" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

01:49 min | 2 years ago

"setv" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"It's morning edition from NPR news. I'm David green. And I'm Rachel Martin a rocket from Gaza. Struck a home in central Israel this morning wounding at least seven Israelis it raises. The prospect of more violence just two weeks ahead of Israel's elections NPR's. Daniel estrin has this update from Jerusalem. The rocket hit a home in an Israeli village northeast of Tel Aviv. Police footage shows rescue crews picking through the rubble paramedic SETV Lonski fully deployed, you know, he's all emergency services say a sixty year old woman suffered moderate burn shrapnel wounds and the others including an infant were lightly wounded, Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu is in Washington and meeting President Trump at the White House today, he was supposed to address the pro Israel group APEC and have dinner with Trump tomorrow. But now he says he's cutting his trip short to direct Israel's response to the attack. Those. He promised to respond forcefully. The Israeli army says it's mobilizing troops in calling up a limited number of reservists. Israel says HAMAs fired the rocket HAMAs hasn't commented the militant Islamic Jihad said if Israel attacks Gaza it will strike back. It's a sensitive time just a couple of weeks before Israeli elections. Netanyahu's main political rival is accusing him of a failed security policy and tensions have been rising on the Gaza border two weeks ago, Israel, said HAMAs unintentionally fired rockets toward Tel Aviv and Israel responded with airstrikes and Israel says Palestinians have been flying balloons with explosives toward Israel this weekend. Major Palestinian demonstrations are planned at the Israeli border fence marking one year of protests that have elicited a deadly response from Israel. Daniel estrin NPR news Jerusalem..

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"setv" Discussed on We'll See You In Hell

We'll See You In Hell

04:03 min | 2 years ago

"setv" Discussed on We'll See You In Hell

"So it's, you know, it's it's charming, but but Farley on the other hand it was the exact opposite. Like he came out swinging. Yeah. And then like got ahead a bunch of duds, and I feel like Farley would I had the same? At a chance at the same resurgence or finding his stride. Finally Farley was going to do like an Oliver Stone bio pic of fatty arbuckle. Yeah. That would have been awesome. You know that candy had also toyed with years prior. But you are right now, you're forty two forty one Twenty-one. John candy died at forty three. That's fifty six. It's because we were kids. Yeah. But even look at that pitch if you met him, and he goes up forty three be like what? Yeah. Yeah. I mean, I would like to a I was a massive SETV fan from very young age SETV you put that on. Now, you wanna talk about holding up that is comedy. Now SETV now is what everyone is pretending. Is like the new comedy. I was like have you seen this? It really is. All shits creek is TV right. Right. And it's not just because it's got a hair and guest. I mean, it's it's slightly larger than life characters. But always performed fairly realistically that show is so much smarter. And funnier and more timeless than SNL and the parodies of things. Like, I don't know who like Brenda Vaccaro is for example. I believe she was in Saturday Night Fever. But when Andrea Martin does Brenda Vaccaro her impression is so funny that it doesn't matter. She going. Like taking these weird breaths, and I'm like, I love this character. Even though I don't know who she's impersonating one of the hardest one of the hardest. I mean name couple that I laughed real hard at, but well, my favorite SETV arguably thing ever is the when when a when what's his face from Ghostbusters? Rick moranis would do. Merton mill Merv Griffin. Sure. And I remember the first gut every minute on. It's it's him at a piano, and it's a promo for the Merv Griffin show that week. Yes. And he's looking cameras going. Oh, no radio. Well, oh, yeah. Ready? And I I I lose my fucking mind when I see that again, if you don't know Merv Griffin. It's just funny like who is this guy. Right. Like, what would this show be like? Also, Johnny Larue is always great jolly Rosa credible. Five neat guys, which is the barbershop quartet with candy Levy Miranda's. Dave Thomas and Flaherty one of my favorites. Yellow belly the coward that John candy played who like shoots a woman in the back and then like shoots child to avoid mild conflicts. He's going to western name. It's yellow belly candy did some great stuff on there. The halfwits the it was completely ripped off by SNL for the trebek's jeopardy. Sketches? What is the who's the character? Levy would play Levy would play the the like stolen actor that would be like, man. Would do that laugh? I know you're talking about. I do not remember his name. But I know. Candy. I mean, let's go through it. So SETV is a great place to start and every episode of it is available on DVD. You can get whole seasons for pretty cheap on Amazon unless they've gone out of print. But where I guess most people saw in terms of movies was nineteen forty one way that you know, an Torius Spielberg bomb a huge money loser. It's Belushi, it's Aykroyd. It's in World War Two. I think it's pretty fun movie and not everything works in it. But it's got a lot of great stuff, but candy really came into his own. I would say, and you know, to me this is a classic movie people either loved or hated blues brothers and his character. The cop in there and is immortal line orange whip orange whip three orange whips..

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"setv" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

03:02 min | 2 years ago

"setv" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Okay. As I mentioned, Ben Anderson is producing this morning. Ben. How are you? Pretty good. Well, I mean as good as can be, well, we we talked the produce one of my favorite bands of all time, right? So little well. Yeah. I mean, he's only forty nine to we'll find the cause of death has not been disclosed yet. He was found in in his in his home in Essex. He was unresponsive. And so we'll talk more about it in his career. And you can talk more about, you know, why the prodigy meant so much to you. But he was really one of the most electric and one of the greatest frontman of all time. He was he was he was he was a madman. And I mean, obviously the way he looked was pretty spectacular. His appearance. You know, was was pretty amazing. But yeah, I remember when. I mean, I remember when fat of the land first came out and and. But still one of my favorite albums of all time fed Atlanta's one of my favorite of all time. They have a lot of a lot of great albums. But that one is the one that I mean, you know, I remember I saw the video for fire starter, and I'm like. What the hell is that? It is. I meant that in a good way. I was like what the hell is this? And you know, that's not my that. Typically, that music is really not my scene. You know? But that I don't know what it was. I don't know what it was about that ban. But. They were great. So anyway, we'll talk about that. And we'll talk about Luke Perry who by the way. One of the nicest guys, you could ever meet. He was just an incredible all the great stuff that you're hearing about Luke Perry. At least the experience that I've had I've met him twice. Both times I met him work. We're great experiences. He couldn't have been a nicer, dude. And we'll talk about his career and obviously not one zero. And the fact that they just announced the reboot of nine. Oh, two one. Oh, yeah. You know? Meanwhile, man. So anyway, all right. Let's go to the newsroom, and it's Vic Vaughn hypic morning. Nick. How're you doing buddy? Good. Yeah. Okay. You got any favorite John candy movies? Yes. I do. Can I say it or I gotta wait. I knew it. Right. When Ben came and talked to me, I knew right away, which one was your favorite. Yup. And we also visiting with clip another news anchor here. I got his okay cool. Well, we'll we'll talk about John candy. I can't believe can you believe it for twenty five years. My jaw was wide open. When he said that I just didn't realize it's been that long. And I told him thank God he left behind his art because we've been enjoying it. All this time. Probably why didn't realize it'd been that long. Yeah. Yeah. Unbelievable. A special talent. And I'm talking all the way back to the early SETV days. I mean, the the, you know, the stuff that that SETV that was one of the greatest funniest and most creative TV shows of all time. And obviously the talent that came out of ATV's is amazing including the late. John candy twenty-five years, though. Okay. All right. Well, let's why don't you take a break. Let's get Tom on the phone here. Tom appel from consumer guide. Automotive and he talks about cars and the answers all of your automotive carbonated questions. So get them in now. Call or text any.

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"setv" Discussed on Threedom

Threedom

03:35 min | 3 years ago

"setv" Discussed on Threedom

"What's what's the worst haircut? You ever had? That's probably over you know, what a few years ago. I had one that. I hated it was like two thousand twelve or something I cut my hair above my shoulder. But it over the shoulder boulder. Home sack fli, but to me, it was just a horrible length because I just think I either need to have longer hair or short about. No, I'm too afraid to go short anymore. But I love my shoulders is dangerous because it's like it kind of falls in this weird way. I hated it so much then I went to straighten it every day because I thought it looked so stupid. And then that I hated to. I just hated I've said to wait for it to grow. But it was like I wanted to take a risk, but I didn't make a big enough one for to do anything. It just became like an annoying. I remember when I was eighteen my friend cut hair, my best friend at the time. And he and I'd I think I'd had a very similar. Well, I did come. I hear like Anthony Michael hall in weird science when I was sixteen or seventeen. So I kind of like. Did you instructed the person to do so well sort of I had it like short on the side and back a little bit. But it was like droopy on in the front. I I know know what what I I mean. mean. But then, but then I remember, my friend was like, oh, let me cut your hair for you. Because of the us concern for me. And he was like, well, what do you want your hair to be like, and I was like, you know, who has like kinda cool hair is like Neil Finn crowded house. Any like he's like, let me take a look at a picture. He took a look at it picture. He's like, oh, yeah. Just short. But like put up you mean, like put up what do you mean? Because all like every haircut because you weren't putting down. So he's like, let me just give you a short on the sides and back, and and you know, slightly longer on top cut. And then we'll put it up and you'll see what I did it. And it would look great was like, oh, you can do this. I think like well that's interesting because I felt like it was like a California temple ten knows. Stop de escalating the situation. That's like nobody up with put shit in there. Like, no dude did that it was like, maybe it's very mid west to not do that. But like there was this. For sexual or something or just no one cares. Like there was like a from Chicago winter head. I don't give a fuck. But like there was a point for Jacobo. We all look dumb. For the only time people did it was when it was really popular to do like that little flip in the front, and it was like just as triangle, and then people would be putting their gel Leonard Jimmy, Jimmy whom. I think a cartoon character neutral if he of Martin short when he was like, oh, yeah. Yeah. Yeah. Who I dressed up as when in highschool short. No, I've never met him. I have met him. Yes. I love him. He I've always been very fond of Martin short SETV was like a huge thing out in every interview they'd say who's your dream guests. That's that's the one question. Interview gave so I would say him. Although I think I I would say Pewee. He did it to try to make sure that the movie theater. Did you have or have a bad haircut home? I I had a bad haircut that lasted for a complete year because I ate it for a year. I kept trying to correct it. And I went to different places three different places that all ignored what I told them to do. And they did the same thing that the original person did so they're working out the blueprint there..

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"setv" Discussed on Now Playing - The Movie Review Podcast

Now Playing - The Movie Review Podcast

03:59 min | 3 years ago

"setv" Discussed on Now Playing - The Movie Review Podcast

"Annually at the beginning of baseball season again and enjoy it just as much as I did when I was fifteen or sixteen years old when I was watching it and if someone asked me their classic commies of the eighties. What would you consider an I love major league? I would not put major league in the top twenty classic comedies of the nineteen eighties. There's so many more conic movies. So you wanna put in that kind of comparison groundhog day is a different level of comedy that forever reason, I consider a classic. And I think what you hit on was because it's become part of an actor because it has become something that people talk about still because of the repetition aspect, whereas major league, it's a funny ass movie. But it's not memorable in that kind of way. I mean, that's comedy about baseball. This is like a hook like when you think about groundhog day. Oh, it's got this crazy idea repeating the same day over and over and over, and, but it's also funny because it's Bill Murray, and it's got the sweet romance in it and all that. So. Yeah. For me to be a classic have that little thing that just kind of pushed it over just sets a little bit apart. Agreed. I think classics are what hit the cultural zeitgeist, and I feel that. There's no doubt this one. Did if we are having twenty four hours of it aired on television constantly, and you mention it being a Bill Murray comedy Jacob. But this is also the sixth herald Ramos Bill Murray team up way back when we did the go. Post busters retrospective series. I did a deep dive into herald Ramos, I knew him from Ghostbusters pretty much, but I didn't really know much about his behind the camera work, but that he was the writer for meatballs, Caddyshack stripes. Both Ghostbusters films and groundhog day and he directed Caddyshack and groundhog day. And so he was considered one of the great comedy minds coming out of SETV. I mean, all of those movies, I listed that he wrote with the possible exception of Ghostbusters to are held in pretty high acclaim. Ooh, meatballs is in the same thing. Go back and watch me Paul's that is not good. I watched it within the last year. And it is rough when we did the ghostbuster virtuous begged. If I watched meatballs for the first time and gave it a pretty strong, red arrow. But people do love it. I didn't like porkies either. You know, I'm not a huge fan of Caddyshack. Yeah. I'm also not a fan of Caddyshack. So controversial what? Yes, I know. And you know, what people striped as only funny for the first half that second half is weird when they're actually going to mission and ruins the whole film. It's like spies like us the prototype. Right. And for the record Caddyshack definitely has some funny scenes, but as a movie as a whole it is not a very well constructed movie. There is no script for that movie. It's not a good movie. There's some funny parts both meatballs and caddy shack and to a lesser degree stripes are skits, they're just people doing funny things in the same situation again and again, but Caddyshack whichever chase Bill Murray. And the gophers were pulled me into Caddyshack as a kid. And I still love it to this day understandable, men in-in-in-in in. So was Murray the first choice since Ramos was behind the camera. I mean, this kind of feels like Scrooge which Murray also started if you years earlier, it's the same kind of arc of grumpy gentlemen, that has to learn how to be kind hearted. He was not the first choice. And I don't think I'm spoiling anything when I say this was the last time Ramos and Murray worked together, and it was the last time they spoke until Ramos was on his deathbed like the day before he died, but part of that is perhaps chalked up to that. After all their work together. Ramos was looking at Tom Hanks to lead this film. I mean after big Tom Hanks would definitely make sense now in ninety three Tom Hanks was going in a bit of a different direction. He'd be coming out with Philadelphia, and then next year Forrest Gump, but Ramos had really seen this as a Tom Hanks role. Really because I can't see anyone. But Bill Murray, I can't see anx. Being that jerk that you don't like and having to have the arc that Phil..

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"setv" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

04:17 min | 3 years ago

"setv" Discussed on KTOK

"Into the local issues that affect the Oklahoma City community and metropolitan area on your host Lee Matthews. It is that time of year home and garden trade show time again, Becky Kaverner is with the show and you're getting ready for another big. When are you? Yes. We are. We usually have about five hundred local and national exhibitors, and we say about thirty thousand people come through the show. It is that time of year to like, we just had a little taste of warm, weather, and a lovely wife, and I were sitting on the back porch already. Dreaming of what we're gonna do this spring. I know I know it's the same with me when Christmas is over December twenty sixth. I'm ready to tear it all down in spring to come and plant the flowers. I know we have a few months after to get ready, but I'm ready for it. And I know a lot of the vendors are as well with. Ideas. Yes. Yes. They're they come with their best. They come with ideas about landscaping and flowers and even hard scaping things you can do in your backyard. So they come with their best and not only outside but inside. Yeah. Yeah. They'll come mostly with the outside landscaping. But some inside staff the the color of the year, they'll come with how you can incorporate it accommodate core ideas and trending things that you can do in your home. You've got usually some celebrity some people that we know some some the faces that we're used to seeing on HDTV and other gardening shows. Yeah. So this year, we will have Derek and Dustin Diedriks, and they were former hosts SETV, they specialize in building tiny homes, so people can see how to really downsize, but we'll also have on new this year is the cooking stage will have Julia Colin Davison, she is the host and executive director for America's tests. Kitchen. So she'll show you how to hack some of those tricky tricky recipe, you've got I don't know about you. But I do go to restaurants every now, and then I got to try to make this at home. Yeah. She'll show you show you some of those things to even have a bit of taste testing. So coming out in see what she's got planned for you. Becky cabinets with us Oklahoma garden show, and it's coming up on the weekend of the eighteenth nineteenth and twentieth. Yes. Website and phone number where people can find out more the website, you can go and learn more about the show, and what's going to be there. You can also purchase your tickets. There is Oklahoma City home show dot com. And if you've got any questions you can call four zero five eight four zero four two two two and same place then same. Yep. Yep. It's at the excuse me. It's at the centennial building in the event center this year. So there's lots of lots of exhibits room stretch, your legs and spend a whole afternoon or day or whole weekend. They're learning more about your home and your garden and rain or shine to that senior shine will be there. Well, Lauren Mayhew is with the. Organization that you're affiliated with rebuilding together. First of all explain to us, what is rebuilding together. Well, I'll let Lori talk a little bit more about that. But we are excited to have rebuilding together. Okay. See there at the show as our as our charity partner and. Walking around telling people about who they are. And what they do and Laurie can tell you all the facts about that. All right, take it away Laurie. What is rebuilding together rebuilding together is an organization that serves are low income population seniors fifty five and older we complete home repair projects for them at no cost to the homeowner. And what are we talking about here? We're talking about. Okay. My stairs are collapsing. My chimneys collapsing. That kind of thing anything that is within the home or on the outside of the home. So we do anything from roofs to repairing walls windows doors. We can do stairs way can do. I mean, we can do just about anything. We've even started putting some new appliances into into our homes. I was going to ask. I mean, one of the things that old people neglect is the central air and heating inside their homes. Right. We do we do work with heat and air. It's a little bit harder to manage that just because it's a quite expensive process, but we will get to it as as much as we can. And with as much funding as. We.

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"setv" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

08:20 min | 3 years ago

"setv" Discussed on KCRW

"Weather tonight, clear lows in the thirties and forties is still on the chilly tomorrow. It'll be sunny with highs in the low to mid sixties couple of temps for you right now. Sixty in Pasadena, sixty two Rancho Cucamonga at five twenty. From NPR news. This is all things considered. I'm Audie Cornish. And I'm Mary Louise Kelley one chair will be empty tomorrow as the clerk in the house of representatives gavels in a new session. That chair belongs to whoever represents North Carolina's ninth district problem is coming up on two months after the November election. We still don't know who that is the election was held, but there were of election fraud, prompting the state elections board to investigate. But that board was dissolved. We'll to get us up to speed on. What is happening in North Carolina. We're joined by Joe Bruno. He's a reporter with w SETV in Charlotte. Hey there Joe. Hey there. So to set the stage here the Republican candidate Mark Harris seemed to have one in November by nine hundred five votes as I mentioned there were these allegations of election fraud and questions about mail-in ballots. A big investigation was underway. What is the state of that investigation? Now. Right now, the investigation really is a no-man's-land because of a court ruling to dissolve the state board of elections as of right now, there are no board members than that impacts the investigation dramatically because subpoenas issued among other things then there will be no board members to sit on an evidentiary hearing scheduled for January eleventh next week. So what the governor has said is he's going to appoint an interim board of elections that will serve until the end of the month. When a new law that was enacted by the general assembly takes place, which reforms the board of elections. Okay. And we should know the board was dissolved for unrelated reasons. Right. This had been in the works. For awhile there'd been litigation involving questions about the makeup of that board will set that bit aside for now. But this hearing that they were supposed to have held on January eleventh, you're saying that it's possible. It could still go ahead. It's possible that this meeting could still be held the new board of elections would be composed of five members three Democrats to Republicans Republicans have said, they don't want anything to do with the sport. They don't think governor Cooper has the legal right to form the sport. So they are refusing to participate in it, the governor can still appoint three Democrats and have quorum for the meeting. The problem is it takes a fourth person in order for a new election to be called. So it's possible that we could have this hearing on the eleven for all the evidence is laid out. But then no action is taken. I mean, this sounds just like complete chaos have you ever covered anything like this. Now, this is complete chaos, and it changes every day and seems like every hour to be honest with you, and then it's possible that the US house could take the findings of whatever the state board determines and incorporate it into whatever decision they make because the US house has the authority to vacate the sea and order a new primary in new election. So it's possible that the state board of elections doesn't order the new election, but the US house, then goes ahead. And does it is that sounding increasingly like a possibility we have the incoming majority leader Steny Hoyer saying that Mark Harris will not be seated and the concerns about the seat being vacant are not as heavy as the fact that there was potentially election fraud, rampant throughout Blaine, and Robertson counties. So it sounds like the incoming. Democratic leadership team is certainly trending toward their being a new election. But again, this is an easy thing. This isn't just a simple. Let's order a new election, and they're going to have to make sure they investigate this. And it's no easy task. And I'm sure it's no easy decision for them to come to that conclusion. And meanwhile, what are these two candidates and their camps saying either marquess on the Republican side or Dan mccready, his democratic rival Mark Harris is demanding certification. He still is holding out hope that he will be sworn in as a member of the one hundred sixteenth congress damage Creedy on the other hand is preparing for the possibility of a new election team McCreevy has been sending out a at least one or two emails a day to potential donors. They're already raising money. Whereas the Harris team is still holding on to hope that a new election will not be needed jober. No, a very busy political reporter with w s. Tv in Charlotte. Thanks so much for taking the time. Thank you so much for having me. There's a new test in relations between Russia and the US American has been jailed in Moscow on espionage charges just weeks ago. A Russian woman pleaded guilty to conspiracy here in the US. And some experts say Russia may be looking for a trade. So far, the US has been tight lipped about the espionage case, though, diplomats did visit the man in prison today. NPR's Michelle Kellerman reports secretary of state Mike Pompeo says he's seeking clarity from Moscow about the case against Paul Whalen. We've made clear to the Russians our expectation that we will learn more about the charges come to understand what it is. He's been accused of. And if the detention is not appropriate we will demand. His immediate return today. US ambassador, Jon Huntsman, visited Whalen in Moscow's Lefortovo detention facility and spoke by phone with Williams family. We'll in is a forty eight year old ex marine who did two doors in Iraq before. Receiving a bad conduct discharge in two thousand eight he currently oversees security at borgwarner and auto parts company in Michigan. His brother David Whelan told MSNBC that he was in Moscow for a wedding. He has a law enforcement background. He's got his marine background. He does corporate security and he's aware of the risks of travelling in certain parts of the world. So would just never have occurred to me that he he would have any sort of trouble in a large metropolitan area, or or or meet at his background would suggest that he would be willing to commit any crime. Let alone. An espionage crime. Russian officials say he was arrested last Friday while carrying out a quote, active espionage. They've said little else about the case. And that's the prizes. Stanford university's Michael McFaul. The fact that we don't know the facts, I think is what's most intriguing about this. If the Russians had very concrete evidence of espionage have every reason to publicize that in the fact that they haven't is strange today. Mcfaul was the US ambassador to Russia. The last time in American was arrested and accused of spying there at the time in two thousand thirteen the Russians showed the accused man Ryan Fogel on television with wigs and other gadgets Fogel worked at the US embassy and had diplomatic immunity. So he was expelled as McFaul recounted that got solved rather quickly. What's different about? This case is that Mr. Whalen, isn't a diplomat. And so he has a lot less rights in the country itself. And that makes it a lot more complicated. Mcfaul says the Russians may be looking to trade wheel in Maria boot in ah, they're Russian who pleaded guilty in a US court recently of conspiracy to infiltrate US conservative groups, Russia's foreign ministry paints her as a political prisoner. It's Twitter profile shows a picture of her with the hash tag free Maria booty, nam McFaul says Americans might wanna think twice now about traveling to Russia. The wheel in Casey ads could also affect business ties the Russians constantly complained, including government officials to me from time to time about you know. You know, why aren't Americans doing more business in Russia? Incredible investment opportunities here while there's nothing that's going to discourage investors more than what seems to be an arbitrary arrest of an American in Russia, the State Department currently advises Americans to exercise caution in Russia doodoo, quote, terrorism harassment, and the arbitrary enforcement of local.

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Remembering Margot Kidder: Lois Lane and 9 more memorable roles she played

Bill Leff and Wendy Snyder

02:07 min | 3 years ago

Remembering Margot Kidder: Lois Lane and 9 more memorable roles she played

"Seventy six years old see that's not old enough i'm sorry just as a reference what is all i'm trading up eighty eight is eighty ninety i'd go ninety he gotta live your life don't you though as lived his life yeah not old enough i guess i say that now that i'm inching closer to that's going to happen the older you get the more you push that number over it's inevitable margot kidder is not getting a lot of press she passed away you know she is i'm impressed by the look i found some article where all the stars all they say the stars and then when you read it you'll recognize the first three names and then after that you go i don't know who that guy is but everybody was commenting on how much she meant to them her acting abilities maureen mccormick wrote something very very nice about the time that she met margot kidder and how it changed your life and everything yeah very very sad i just haven't heard it all over the news like i thought i would didn't she do a run with letterman to for a while was margot kidder i don't remember that steve it's possible but i don't remember that that she was re i remember there was some association there she may have guessed it a couple times but i don't think with any regularity teri garr bright schrage that right only sixty nine two right right that's certainly not old enough our somebody and i can't remember which of the news sources listed the five essential margot kidder roles other than lois lane because i think anybody who knows her or ever seen her in anything would agree that lois lane was like the top of the hill for so they mentioned the movie that i mentioned yesterday which is a really obscure movie called sisters that brian depalma did before he was famous real eerie movie about twin sisters and the treatment that they're seeking because one of them is psychotic and you don't know which one is psychotic you don't know who the villain is and who the evil twin is i wrote it down i was actually a good for a hard movie to find really obscure she also did a movie i forgot about called black christmas which is a horror movie and one of the co stars andrea martin from setv in a serious role.

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