35 Burst results for "Simpsons"
America Deserved to See the Ghislaine Maxwell Trial Televised
"Of course we got the Ghislaine Maxwell's situation, and this is perhaps the most bullshit ever. This could be the trial of the century second only to O. J. Simpson. Naturally, the Jeffrey Epstein trial would have been all that and a bag of nuts, but we didn't get that because, well, either he was killed or he killed himself, but he's gone. So then you get his second in command, his gal Friday, his right hand man, Ghislaine Maxwell, I mean, I make jokes about this, but these are two people who are involved in sex trafficking, pedophilia. You know, we can't, we can't act like, oh, well, they just like to get laid and this is an awful thing these two are involved in. I can't believe we, as Americans, are not able to see this trial. I can't believe there's nobody streaming this trial. Hulu? Amazon, Netflix? Nope, Disney+, perhaps? After all, it is about kids. Can anybody? I know they can't. I'm just saying, I know the judge says, no, we're not getting any no cameras in the courtroom. So all you're going to get are people who come out of the court at night and talk to quote unquote journalists who are folks standing in the street with a microphone or an iPhone and go live. You've got to search these people out. The one correspondent, the one journalist you need to hear from regularly throughout this trial would be Vicki ward. She's somebody that has written extensively about Ghislaine Maxwell. She knows everything about her. I don't know if she's in the courtroom, I would assume she is, but we're not gonna get to see anything. And it's a shame, I think yesterday are two days ago, the first day of the trial, some people spilled out of the courtroom and talked freedom fires is that there's an Instagram page, freedom, fires, they've got this woman on the street, really interesting black woman named Joe. She's good, she likes to get information out about what she's hearing. I don't think she'll be back in there after she kind of spilled her guts as to what this looks like. So they're probably gonna deny her access, which is really a shame. We were supposed to know about this. This can't be held in a dark room with no light is shined upon it. It ain't right, man.
"simpsons" Discussed on Good One: A Podcast About Jokes
"A dad and a cover band dad band that always was a super funny song we thought was funny and annoying people to bring it back. Written by the great Matthew sweet. Hoping focus like a laser beam I'll keep fighting till I want something great for me for a dream the lie stop now idea where did that come from? And then and then what was the decision to like, oh, we can actually do this as a sort of like a few back to back. It came from the Marge Selma's marges. Real mom idea. And then it was like, are there other ways to use this? And I think it was the Brian thing to connect it as a live stop now if I recall correctly. Yeah, I think Cesar was very adamant. Oh yeah. Yeah. But it was when we were pitching out ideas. There were a lot of so and so was someone's mother. Someone told someone's father, there was a lot of that. And I also discovered the universal bad pitch, which is an adult man donated sperm in college and now realizes he has 60 kids, which at least half the staff pitched for different characters. So that is the universal terrible symptoms idea. And I pitched it too, so I'm not judging anyone. But yeah, it was there was a lot of that Matt really wanted to do Selma is Marge's mother. And there were so many others that we just figured, well, we got to do a run of these. And that was the thing where there was like experimenting with spreading them out throughout the episode and just returning to this recurring kind of game and then ending up just kind of like putting them all in a run with that one line over and over again that kind of helps pick up the pace and a cool way. Yeah. And then to have it build to that Willy is not the rakes father.
"simpsons" Discussed on Good One: A Podcast About Jokes
"Are you? Sorry. I. Hi. Hi. Yeah, that started as a parody of the lighthouse. So it was much darker and moodier, and then at some point we just, what if they just say I and it was all that it was. And, you know, sometimes you're smart ideas devolve into dumb ideas and get much better. And that was one. Yeah, Carolyn pitched that we do a lighthouse parity. And we tried to make it work. And we ended up with just I and you are. And that was when I remember we were a little worried about the table, like how I was going to play at the table, but in each in each line of dialog, which was IR yard in the reader of how to read it was the whole sentence that it's supposed to mean. And I killed at the table. It was just like Dan and Hank going back and forth just saying I and you are. And everybody followed it because people could understood, they're just so good. They're just so good, people aren't so what's going on? Yeah. And it's amazing. I'm revising my favorite one now. The poly poly origin of white guy, I think. The rise of the wise guys? Rise the wise guys. All those funny one liners to Homer. Give me a beer. Hey, I know you, don't I? There must be thinking of someone else. No, I'm definitely seeing you around town. Sign here, chief. Use your passport, gorgeous. Brake pads are shot, tough game. Found your cookies, big shot. Those were all you. I don't know what to tell you, slick. Just got that sort of face. You know, I mean, that might go to grainy that one, because we did, he wrote, he wrote a longer version whereas we followed wise guy through his day and then he goes home to his wife and she doesn't remember. It was the idea is no one remembers. The videos, there's one wise guy who has a billion jobs and he's racing around town to get to all of them. And no one remembers him. And then he goes home to his wife, and he's like, you know, I just, I feel so anonymous. And we got to get in this town. No one remember, you know, and then she says, and you are, you know, and that was the joke. And Matt, you pitched you pitched boiling it down to do this. I did. Yes, you did. I don't know who pitched the alien underground. It seems like a Dan bever thing, but I don't know for sure. But yeah, that would evolve a ton. Started with grainy, and then it just evolved and evolved and evolved. And that's a perfect one. Exploring the show. Something we don't talk about is that wise guys just everywhere. It's just like a running thing that wise guy has all these menial jobs. So we were like, well, how? And then the idea of it being like a queen bee or like a alien thing is a 100% something that would be pitched in the room as a joke just to make the other writers laugh that we could never do. But in this case, we could do it. The Homer's apology to Finland. Hello, mister Tommy Simpson. From the bottom of my heart, I apologize to the great great great people of Finland for what I said. I have done many, many, many, many, many episodes, and in one of those, just one, I mixed you up with Norway, and I have so, so, so, so, so much love and respect for, I think, Finn is what you're called. And if I ever, I mean ever, ever, ever, ever thought that an innocent slip of the tongue is something that an entire nation could get worked up about. I would have kept my mouth shut. It was so good. No one seems to know what that is based on, which I was surprised by. I thought it was a I thought it was a pastiche of apology culture. Is it a specific apology? Which is specific apology. It's John Cena apologizing to China. But of course, it doesn't really make sense why that would be technically show ruining unbearable. So we're breaking our rule for that one, but just that scene apology video to China, if you've never seen a terrifying man, look more terrified. I think scene is really funny and good. He looks like a hostage video. And so for Homer to his own version of that. That also wouldn't get us in real life chuckle. It's like what country would also not accidentally insult by doing this? The puns. Well, the episodes that started as clever titles, but then went nowhere, and then it's just a series of these are background type jokes that you get to showcase in a way that I feel like it's nice. This Homer does horribly discharged and mo money mo prom blebs. Where it's not even like just the regular pun, but it is then to make it make no sense. Was that truly mostly just like, was there today, like, hey, spend an hour writing these bad titles? Yes. Just Conrad pitched mo money mo problems. And it was just so awkward and terrible that it kind of just made everyone laugh. So we just kept going. Put saddle sore galactic in there. Another real one. Yeah. And we had other real stuff later. So yeah, it was the silly, this of that one title that brought about this whole segment, right? It just kind of jumped off the page and this hundred page document or whatever it was. And you're like, oh my God, we got to do a whole bunch of those. And I guess since you categorized this podcast as he has a deep dive, right, Jesse. So deep dive territory. The song we play over the Montage of fake title. For hoping for a dream, a song that Homer played in a
"simpsons" Discussed on Good One: A Podcast About Jokes
"And it's so silly and I remember up until the one of the last drafts, I think. At some point it was in there, that Homer wanted to wear it because he had to make her he had to make a reservation later. He just wanted to wear it on the phone. He wanted to be wearing this mustache on his chin on the phone to make a reservation. And that would absolutely be a thing that we would just giggle about in the room, but we would never put in because it doesn't make any sense. But so for this episode, we were allowed to do that. Oh my God, why did we cut that down? I imagine this necessary important to create that as we are because you don't want to be like, I'm pitching a joke for The Simpsons. This show that created many of the jokes of my childhood. So like every joke has to be as good as truly the like has to be calendar worthy. And it's like, well, you can't literally you can not do your job if you every line had to be put it on the wall. It has to be a T-shirt poster, everything. But I'm going to say that a little bit of an anxiety is really useful, right? You want to be, you want ideas to come freely, but I always like, I think it's a good thing to be a little anxious about, am I destroying this show that I love? You know what I mean? Yeah. Like, I feel that all the time. And she said, it's a little bit of a push that keeps you like, I just want to work a little bit harder and a little bit harder. And so yeah, so I like to feel personal anxiety and but I don't want anyone else to feel any. You know what I mean? What I want. So you just want to make your friends laugh, too. Yeah. It's still like, to me, like when I some of these people on the show were like legends. And when I can make when I was making mug Scully laugh, I was like, oh my God, Mike skully's laughing at one of my bitches. This is crazy. Yeah. That just feels good. Also, I've been told so many times that I've ruined the show, people love that. I kind of had to let go of that. Yeah. My only creative contribution this entire episode other than saying, what if we did it? Was thelma is Marge's real mother?
"simpsons" Discussed on Good One: A Podcast About Jokes
"Yeah. Who are just like doing their best to get by. I might have some experience in that personally. But I just remember when we had the grainy draft and we were still trying to figure it out led by Brian of like, but I think granny's draft there was like one or two bits that were like a couple pages long. Like we were kind of exploring like what if we played out a whole interesting scenic thing that would ruin the show but we'll do longer bits and shorter bits and whatever and I remember it was like one of the first days where we were like let's just let's just see what we got and I don't know if you remember this bribe, but we were just in the room and we were just like we wrote it so fast because we could just see it. It was just like, you know, he comes home and gets a beer. He's got the kids, the wife's got the accent. It just felt very like sketch oriented to me where I'm just like, oh yeah, I want to write a sketch no problem. And like like Matt was saying that was the moment where I said, okay, I know what the show is. Because it was so easy and like, you know, Martin likes chess, not me. All these lines were just like, they were so easy. I mean, we wrote it. And it was a little bit long, but other than that, it was pretty much what you see. Like I said, we wrote so many of these things. And the ones that came really easily like that one. That's how we knew. This is what the show should be. My favorite line is, I don't know where Martin ends and my Reggie. Yes. It was something great. It's great. Greg Griffin. She did such a good job as both Martin's. This is like kid Martin and adult learn. So is it literally like, okay, the scene starts and then you're just like, okay, what's the first like? I think people can imagine what's like to pitch a joke on a thing, but a post but pitching these lines that are sort of, they are comedic, but ultimately you're like doing line by line of a scene. Is it truly just like still going well in my line? Yeah, I would say that, you know, it feels just like writing sketches. If you have a premise that you that you get and believe in, it's usually pretty easy. If they can just kind of flows and you can see it, you basically can see it right from the get go. You know what it's going to be. And that's the way it was with most of these segments we ended up using. A few were struggles, but where we believe in the premise so much that we just kind of pushed forward with them. So it's interesting because I think though a lot of people think of Simpsons as like, oh, it was so revolutionarily funny, and there's all these big jokes or whatever, but it is such a story focused thing, even when you do parodies that story focused, it seems like my initial question was like, was it hard? It seemed like it was incredibly easy to be like, oh, let's just actually use this sketch vocabulary. There was a lot of pent up energy being released. It was a lot of us that used to do this and love doing it and got a chance to again. I think you'll probably see more of these in the future. Because it was really fun. I think, I mean, we do have this story of the hackers breaking in and kind of like their arc of falling in love and getting busted and all that, which like so much of the push to make the stories in general like emotional and good or from Jim Brooks specifically. That's really important to him. So luckily for me, I was like, oh, Brian's got to worry about that story part. I can just sit back and work on the sketch stuff. It took a long time also to think of what's the comedy delivery device of these sketches. We had a lot of other ideas before we came to hackers who had kind of denial of service attack, ransomware thing, which feels kind of current. We had other ideas first. Once it was like comic book I was like the watcher and these were like alternate universes. What if? Like what if, yeah. Yoga what if type scenario and but then this one just felt like so modern I mean, maybe the Guy Fawkes masks are a little out of date, but cyber terrorists now, but it wouldn't be The Simpsons if it wasn't just a little bit out of date. And there was a question like a lot of discussion about, well, what does ruin the show mean? Or like we'd have an idea and we'd like it and it would be like, well, we could actually do this or this doesn't ruin it and then I don't even know if we ended up super consistent over time. We just were like, oh, these are the ideas that we like and they're silly and we probably wouldn't do them. But then you saw Salman when he was live tweeting it. It was so funny because he was actually acting like the show got hacked and he's like, I can't believe these clips. Can you believe this? This ruins the show. And he tweeted out the one with like, it's just like a still of Martin and he said, Martin is actually a 30 year old undercover cops. This ruins the show what are you doing? Like totally missing the top that ruins the show and I retweeted it and so many people just thought like, oh God, yeah of course it was this like gimmick because they were just and that was actually I guess kind of affirmation that yep, this would be a show ruining idea. People treat people pretty mad. I haven't watched the show in years, but definitely they should cancel it now.
"simpsons" Discussed on Good One: A Podcast About Jokes
"I kind of feel it's more like everyone should always be thinking of funny ideas from the real world and how they can listen up writers. And how wide the show and then we can take the germs of those in those into three metaphors in one sentence. So where did this start? How did this start? What was the initial pitch that got to this? I think Matt, you said you wanted to do an update of 22 short films about Springfield, right? I think that was the idea. It was just the idea that we can, you know, you're always looking for a new animation style, a new area that show has never explored before. And this was just a format thing. It's just like, this is a format we haven't done in a very, very long time. So yeah, that was the initial idea. And I think you know, I think you told me about it. And we just started thinking of what the underlying premise could be, in which evolved a lot over the course of the show. Yeah. That was my first instinct. It was like, this feels like a modern version of 22 short films. And then I looked to see if there had been other versions, I sure there would be, but instead there had been sort of these anthologies that are kind of more in the line of treehouse of like genre, play, opposed to fully exploring, but I think the big difference is, we're 22 short films is expanding the world of Springfield and learning more about the characters in the world. This is somewhat sort of doing the opposite of sort of like playing in the world. This is the show eating itself. Yeah. So how did the idea evolve? What happens after you have this idea, you talk to Brian Brian, what do you do? Is there a process approval? How does this then get to where it is, which I assume involved a variety of people on a variety of steps? It did. Yeah, this wasn't a typical story development process. It was really, we just had the Matt and I have talked about it a little bit. And the thing we hit on was just let's just have everyone pitch on ideas that we could never actually do on the show or in a Halloween, which is a separate thing. So, you know, an idea where Homer murders his family is something we couldn't do on the show, but we could do it in a Halloween. So let's stay away from those kind of things. But just any joke or story that you've ever thought of that you wish we could do, but we can't. Now we can. So, and we really just, we just said to the staff, everyone come in, everyone write 20 of these things down. And we ended up with a document that I think it was 80, it was over 80 pages. Well, John, John Frank wrote a hundred pages himself. Yes. John Frank took unusual ideas literally and he submitted every idea that he's ever pitched that hasn't been used on the show. I think he keeps them all. It was an unbelievably long list. But there were actually some good ideas in there. Some of the writers screwed up and pitched usable ideas, which we were able to take out and give them a stern talking to and then say, hey, we might actually do this as an episode. But yeah, it was a really, really fun list. An unbelievably long. And then we just had a really fun day or two of going through them and saying, what about this? And what about that? And they changed. And they evolved. But the original idea was unusable ideas. Also, what role the episodes credit to Dan gurney? Granny. What did he, how does that happen? And maybe this is W J against the rules, tell me what did the initial draft? He wrote, he took all these ideas and we worked with him and he basically fleshed them out and wrote up a draft of everything. And then more so than typical shows, this was a show that was rewritten over and over and over again just because of its nature. I went into my office and grabbed a bunch of I found we were doing the work on this right before COVID. So I went in and I still had all the cards from this episode in my office, which I hadn't been in in two years. And there were so many cards that never appeared in the episode. We had two to three times as many ideas as we needed, that we actually wrote up and Dan did a lot of that work. I see the getting part where like, let's get all these ideas that it can't work. But that's not enough of a thing to be like, there has to be some sense of like, what is the tone of them not working this? I guess the question is sort of what was the difficulty or what was the problem? It's like you have like a thing that'd be fun, which is like these ideas that didn't work. But what is sort of the difficulty of like, how do we make this a show? Before we get to how you solve that problem, what were the problems with the episode? You know, it was interesting. I think it was hard to zero in on what made an idea unusable. Yeah. And I think mangles pitch of the Martin story maybe she could talk about me would help give the episode clarity. That started, I mean, months prior where I was just writing down episode ideas and I just kind of totally as a joke said Martin is actually like a cop in his 30s, like doing it like a 21 jump street. And it was just like a silly thing that I knew that I could submit to make people laugh, but was it real? And, you know, I come from a sketch comedy background, so like I have to work a little extra harder to come up with like emotional stories, which is why this episode was such a dream to work on when Brian sketch writer too. Where you don't have to worry about emotional journeys. You just like, hey, what if this one I think happened and then we stopped and moved on to the next thing? So when we got the assignment to write all these ideas down, so exciting to me and Jessica Conrad, who's another writer, actually texted me to say like, hey, remember that Martin idea? You should submit that for this. And the idea is just that Martin comes home after a long day, and he realized that he's actually in his 30s and he is just has some sort of disease that makes him look ten, but he's actually has wife and kids and is going to posing as an elementary school student to catch criminals. We don't we actually didn't get into what kind of criminals he was looking for, but just like a little like kind of urban Philadelphia Boston kind of movie story. Yeah. So what is the process then flesh it out from the one line of like, okay, he's actually this person to this sort of like pastiche of like the type of conversations you see in like a movie like the fighter or whatever, which is like working class people in the northeast.
"simpsons" Discussed on Good One: A Podcast About Jokes
"Say that because when people find out I still watch The Simpsons, they are surprised. Is that show still on the last? Is it still watchable? And honestly, for a decade or so, I was really in and out, but this season has been different. I was intrigued by a strong season premiere, and I've kept up week to week and I don't know people, something is happening. It's been weirdly, really, really good. Especially comedically, the show has just been sharper than it has been in recent memory. And nothing represents this trend, like the third episode of the season, at least the boy scout, which I believe is like one of the funniest episodes in the series long, long, long history. No one is more sensitive than the people who work at The Simpsons about the idea of The Simpsons already having done a concept. But they somehow figured out something new for these characters to do. If you haven't watched, the episode opens with a fairly generic Simpsons plot of Bart being excited to start boy scouting, only to learn that Lisa has also joined. However, quickly the episode is interrupted by two hackers, one played by Anna Faris, who are trying to blackmail the Disney corporation. If Disney doesn't pay up, these hackers will release never before seen Simpsons clips that would quote unquote ruin the show. It's hard to describe anything in the show's history, like these show ruining clips. They are just gags. It is like a sketch show set in Springfield. It is one of the silly episodes they've ever done, and I was instantly obsessed, which is why this episode exists. Because I think it's interesting to learn how comedy writers are somehow able to find something ingenious. Which is why this episode exists, because I think it's interesting to learn how comedy writers are somehow able to find something this ingenious well over 30 years into a show's history. We're going to start the episode with one of these show ruining clips it involves the character of Martin, but also we'll have clips throughout the episode. So here is The Simpsons.
Commissioner: EU to unveil new responses to energy crisis
"European Union energy ministers will be meeting to discuss solutions as energy costs soar amid Russia's war in Ukraine In an Associated Press interview in Jakarta the European commissioner for energy kadri Simpson says the EU will unveil its next steps for addressing the continent's worsening energy crisis next week Many European countries have tightened their belts as sanctions shutdowns and uncertainty over Russia's invasion of Ukraine caused energy costs to soar Russia is using their natural gas supplies as a weapon Simpson describes the EU's electricity market as no longer operating and says EU energy ministers will meet in Brussels on Friday to discuss a package of solutions to be adopted next week Part of this proposal is also dealing with peak hours and how it will cut demand Measures may include a temporary cap on the price of gas used to produce electricity modification of trading rules and coordinated demand reduction I'm Jennifer King
Chris Rock Is in Hot Water for His Nicole Brown Simpson Joke
"The other day changing subjects, Chris Rock. We haven't heard much from for a while since the whole smack with Will Smith Chris Rock made a crack about the 1994 murder of Nicole Brown Simpson during some comedy set and Phoenix last weekend. And he said something like, you know, the academy asked him to come back and host the Oscars and he was like, no, I wouldn't do that because it would be like asking the call to go back to the restaurant where she left her sunglasses before she and Ron Goldman were murdered by a mystery man with teeny tiny hands. They didn't find it funny. I think it's great Nicole brown's just a Tonya really got mad. You know, and that was a chance to really light into Chris and tell him how bad and how distasteful it was and she got a hold of TMZ and, you know, and she said, you know, this is his crack wasn't just on funny. It literally doesn't make sense. It kind of does. She said he claiming getting slapped at the Oscars to a gruesome double homicide is apples to oranges and she thinks it's lacking in logic and a bad connection.
"simpsons" Discussed on Trivia With Budds
"I think it came out in January. Just watched it now. New season season 5 and September, excited for that. So recommend that show if you're looking for a new show to watch, or you never start watching it. If you love nostalgia, if you like The Karate Kid movies, of course, you'll dig that. I'm all caught up on What We Do in the Shadows, and I just did a quick Google search and I found out that I was like, I wonder whatever happened to that season of Reno 9-1-1 that was on quibi that failed streaming service. And it says that now you can watch that whole season from 2020 on the Roku channel, which is like on your smart TV. And they did another new season, which I never heard anything about, just watch the trailer for it from 2022, February. And you can watch that whole thing on the Roku channel. So I think that's gonna be my new go to sleep show. Jamie Lee Curtis is randomly in the trailer for the newest season. I feel like how did they get her? Why did they get her? What's the story? Wishbone. I want to know more about it. But there you go. I'm gonna watch some Reno, probably after this. What We Do in the Shadows, by the way, newest season, hilarious. If you like that show, definitely catch up on that one. All right, another great show. The Simpsons musical guest trivia coming up right now here we go. Simpson's musical guests. I'll give you a description and maybe an episode title you tell me who is in it. Number one on Sunday cruddy Sunday, this country star helps everyone escape from the Super Bowl jail cell. Number one on Sunday cruddy Sunday, this country star helps everyone escape from the Super Bowl jail cell. Number two, in new kids on the black, this boy band appears to encourage viewers to join the U.S. Navy. Number two in new kids on the black, this boy band appears to encourage viewers to join the U.S. Navy. Number three on Homer palooza, this alt rock band tells Homer they envy him since he has a family, and all they have is their music, their legion of fans, their millions of dollars, and their youth. Number three, an alt rock band on Homer palooza. Number four on radio Bart, this English rocker known for a big band, and as a solo artist, is an old friend of krusty the clowns. Number four on radio Bart, this English rocker is an old friend of krusty the clowns.
Biden awards Medal of Freedom to Biles, McCain, Giffords
"President Biden has awarded the nation's highest civilian honor to 17 people This is America The Medal of Freedom recipients range from athletes Megan Rapinoe and Simone Biles the nation's most decorated gymnast She has to her medal count of 32 I don't know if you're going to find room To civil rights lawyer Fred gray Fresh legal brilliance and strategy to segregated schools and secured the right to vote Former congresswoman and shooting survivor Gabby Giffords One of the most courageous people I have ever known X Biden said it colleague Alan Simpson This is the real deal Their late colleague John McCain received a metal posthumously as did labor leader Richard trumka and Apple cofounder Steve Jobs When Steve left us as something special Actor Denzel Washington was to get a medal but skipped the ceremony after getting COVID-19 Sagar Meghani Washington
Why the Left Sees Clarence Thomas as a Threat
"So there's a few subjects that I want to talk about. You know, I was going to start out with O. J. Simpson, but I think that's too hot for the audience now. We'll get to OJ, but I want to hear from you, Larry. About your always nice to hear what kind of comments O. J. Simpson has. What if Jonathan Smollett think? Exactly. Probably the two least people with credibility on Planet Earth. But I wanted to talk to someone a little more serious because I wanted to bring you on a talk about what's happening to clarence Thomas, because I think the all out racist attack on clarence Thomas is despicable. And I wanted to hear your thoughts Larry on what they're doing to such an honorable intelligent, great, respected man, now that roe V wade has been overturned. Well, it isn't just roe V wade, although that's the latest reason that they're jumping up and down about clarence Thomas. But they've always hated clarence Thomas. He refused the narrative. So do you so do I? These are proud black men who do not believe that America is systemically racist. I do not believe it's a major problem facing America anymore and refutes the whole left wing narrative. The whole left wing narrative is that America is full of racism. We need to have things like critical race theory and all sorts of special handouts and privileges for black people because they won't be able to navigate through America because America has so many white races in it. So somebody like Claire and Thomas is a direct threat. And so after this case comes down, by the way, he's not even the one that wrote the majority of the decision. It was a who wrote it. But he's the one getting all the flag.
Kash Patel: Possible Indictments to Expect From John Durham
"Stuff Do you think there's going to be any legal consequence for higher ups your mccabe Comey clapper Hillary any of them or just one or two or none I mean where do you see this going I see there's a couple more indictments I see coming from John Durham probably one of the FBI probably won a fusion GPS because they orchestrated this whole thing with the Clinton campaign and made millions in light to the world And I think they lied to Congress too Glenn Simpson another guy who I interrogated in line And I think it gets to Andy mccabe I don't think it gets any higher than that You know I've been thinking about this for four or 5 years in the form of a prosecutor I was just like those guys call me Clinton clapper Brennan They're just so smart and they're so evil That's the problem that they've covered their tracks and it would be very hard to make a case against them Now it doesn't mean that John Durham is not going to annihilate them in the report But you and I both want indictment accountability And I think if we get any mccabe the FBI fusion GPS then this is going to make Watergate look like Sunday afternoon tea And so it's going to be I think that's where he's going I hope that's where he's going And he's got the investigation to prove it But the other thing speaking about John Brennan remember this guy briefed Barack Obama when he was president in 2016 That Hillary Clinton was running a disinformation operation against president Trump What I want to know Why isn't that memo been declassified Where is it Where is it
Simpson's early 65 proved low score was possible at PGA
"Mito Pereira is the surprise leader after three rounds of the PGA Championship the 27 year old Chilean firing at 69 to move to 9 under establishing a three shot blade of a will's ala tourist and Matt Fitzpatrick that on a cold and windy day the so many top players struggling Cameron young fired a 67 to move in a contention at 5 under Mexican Abraham answer is next at four under and former major champions bubba Watson and Justin Thomas still have a chance among those at three under the card I'm Graham agar
AJ Has Seen No Sign of Physical Abuse From Johnny Depp
"Want to talk to you about the Johnny Depp trial. This is what this whole show is going to be about. I said some things a couple of days ago about it. I felt a certain way. And now as we're in this thing for a week, it's become apparent to me that there are things that are being broadcast and there are people saying certain things about the man on trial that simply aren't true. I was a journalist during the O. J. Simpson trial. I've never seen anything like this before or since. But this amber versus Johnny trial is getting so crazy. Now obviously nobody died, all right? So, you know, mentioning that it's close to the O. J. Simpson trial seems trivial, but it has all the odd glamour and all the for lack of a better word, juiciness that attracts people to watch. And I'm going to tell you, I've never gotten so many emails and texts and direct messages from people in the know. This is a story that I myself have gone down endless rabbit holes to get toward the truth. And by the way, if you want to see, if you want to see what this woman does on Instagram, you need to follow the Instagram page called house inhabit. Oh my God. Oh my God, is she on top of this thing? It's amazing. But I've got to tell you, and there are people who disagree with me. Yeah, I saw him slamming fucking kitchen cabinets. I saw him pour the big glass of wine and say, do you want to see crazy? This is crazy. I've been that guy. But so far I've seen no evidence of physical violence taught Amber Heard from Johnny Depp. All they show is someone who had a problem with drinking, obviously doing drugs isn't good. And writing text messages that weren't nice, but that's not the same as somebody physically abusing someone. Physically abusing.
"simpsons" Discussed on On The Media
"I don't know. It depicts a world devastated by a nuclear incident of some kind in which the survivors cope by retelling one episode of The Simpsons. You got a letter too, Bart? I'm going to kill you. I was really curious to see what would happen to a story over time, under kind of extreme conditions. And the story that you chose to follow across the decades is an episode from The Simpsons called cape fear. It's The Simpsons version of this Scorsese remake of the Robert Mitchum original, which was itself based on a novel. In the episode, Bart was involved in putting sideshow bob away to prison for his various incredible misdeeds. And sideshow bob is sending him death threats. If released, would you pause any threat to one bot Simpson? But Simpson. The spirited little scamp who twice foiled my evil schemes and sent me to this dank year in sucked ill old. And finally, the family to sort of escape him goes away on a houseboat in the middle of a river. Don't worry, misses Simpson, we've helped hundreds of people in danger. We have places your family can hide in peace and security, cape fear, terror, Lake, new horror field, scream ville. Oh, ice cream fill. A no screen ville. And of course sideshow bob shows up again and there's a kind of a duel to the death which gets very involved with Gilbert and Sullivan. Well, but any last requests. You have such a beautiful voice. Guilty as charged. I was wondering if you could sing the entire score of the HMS pinafore. Very well part. I shall send you to heaven before I send you to hell. And there's a climactic scene on the river with the performance of HMS pinafore. What never? No, never. But never. Ever say and finally, Bart is saved when the ship runs aground next to a brothel. And a whole bunch of police become streaming out and eventually decide to arrest him. So now let's turn to your work. Mister burns a post electric play act one scene one. We open on a group of people around a campfire. And they're really trying very hard to remember this episode of The Simpsons. Out of the hole and onto the gap and the crotch guy. And I think it seems at first very much like an activity which is very familiar to us. All of us at one point or another, been in a group of people trying to put together a TV episode and sort of enjoying it and laughing at it. And relaxing with it. Covered by hey, everybody. What we drive through that khaki patch and they're like, yay. And it's only as the play kind of moves forward and we hear a sort of strange noise in the shrubbery and everyone stops what they're doing pulls out guns that we realize the stakes are different. And the person who emerges from the Woods is a guy named Gibson, who describes his path to this campsite. And so we're able to piece together that essentially the world is in flames. You kind of infer that this is probably a string of terrible nuclear incidents. All we know is that now people, they're basically in survival mode. How does act one end? After much sort of struggle to integrate Gibson into the group, they start to retell The Simpsons episode. And there are numerous Gilbert and Sullivan quotations in that episode of The Simpsons. And Gibson, as it turns out, was a member of his local Gilbert and Sullivan society. So he has that information. I'm never never get what never no never what never will find the ever. Are they ever sick yet? There's a little parenthetical in the stage directions. Please note that these are people who in normal life would never be interested in the introduction of more Gilbert and Sullivan into their immediate social environment. But at the context, they're thrilled, so he joins in, he's able to contribute to the group, and they all kind of join in in merrily Singh as the light sort of sweetly go out on this scene at the end of act one. And then act two begins, it's 7 years later, The Simpsons episode is still being told, but it's no longer a campfire tale. So that same group of people plus a new member have become, they've become a roving Simpsons troop, and they will retell and recreate as best they can, episodes from The Simpsons, one of which is cape fear. While you and your family cozy yourselves away in this houseboat. We sort of discover they're one of a number of groups, which are doing similar things. There are other Simpsons groups. They also make reference to the medical drama group. I think there's an ER or house. The landscape is littered with these troops who are handling TV shows of the past. There is reference made to the Shakespeare's. There's a group during Shakespeare, but it seems pretty clear that that's the most low rent group you could fall into. And only if you are really diseased and desperate. But the thing is, they are treating these works as unchangeable relics of the past. It's 7 years after the apocalyptic event wherein our civilization was destroyed. And 7 years is not a long period of time. And it really seemed to me that 7 years after the apocalypse, people are going to want what's certain what's reassuring what reminds them very solidly of the old time. So the value for entertainment at that time is not going to be in creative expression or commentary on the moment. The value is going to be on the troop which can pull together the most exacting replica of a cartoon, possible. No motivation, no consequence. That's the point of a cartoon. Where else do we get to experience that? Does that mean that these roving troops never really comment on their lives as they live it? I think they don't comment it all during the episodes, but the episode does have commercial breaks. And I feel like the commercials are where you would have latitude. There are two commercials that we see in the second act. And one of them is a woman comes home from a long tedious day at the office. You know, she takes off her earrings, she shacks her purse. She removes her shoes. She makes sort of exasperated noises. Her husband is sympathetic. She's like, oh, you should take a bath. She's like, I'll take a bath..
Colorado upsets No. 2 Arizona 79-63 with strong second half
"K. J. Simpson interested to sell the lettuce second half charge a Kerry Colorado to a seventy nine sixty three upset of second ranked Arizona matching the highest ranked opponent ever beaten by the bus the silver scored thirteen of his team high nineteen points in the second half we've been in this situation you know a couple months ago at every every zona and you know we we set ourselves we can't we can't let this happen again Simpson scored all but one of his thirteen points after halftime as the nineteen the ten buffalo snapped the Wildcats nine game winning streak Arizona let thirty seven thirty two at the break the Wildcats leading scorer Benedict Mandarin was held scoreless in the second half after scoring twelve points in the opening period I'm Dave Ferrie
Concerns Raised Over $60 Million in Black Lives Matter Funds
"BLM also known as Black Lives Matter has been raising over the last couple of years, a great deal of money. And the question is, where does all that money go? Now, this is not just a question that I'm asking or that conservatives are asking. This is a question that's being asked by a lot of black families that claim to be victims of police brutality who thought that the whole point of BLM was to raise money for them. But now they're realizing that no, the whole point of BLM is not that at all, the whole point of BLM is to make money for its organizers. Recently, a local BLM guy contacted the national BLM to see if they could help him out. And it turns out they couldn't help him out because Patricia calores the nominal one of the nominal leaders of BLM was doing a corporate co sponsorship with ugg, ugg is the ugg boots the California boot company, and she's like, oh, I'm too busy to come to your protest. I'm actually gonna be doing making some videos with ugg. To promote the product and demonstrate their solidarity with the with BLM. Patricia calories is also busy with making book deals. She has got a production deal with Warner Brothers. The money here we're talking about is big. The BLM group has raised more than 90 million. Since 2020. And if you look at its finances, you discover that they've given yeah they've given 21 million in grants, they've got 8 million in operating expenses, but you know what? The other 60 million is in their coffers. It's unaccounted for. And some of you know, BLM really started with the Ferguson Missouri riots. And interestingly, in Ferguson itself, you've got the you've got the parents of the Ferguson victims, and also two women named Lisa Simpson and samaria rice. They're apparently their sons were also involved in some police violence. They realized that the money is not going to add to them, to any of them. And so they issued a statement. Basically saying, stop capitalizing on the suffering of our
Joe Rogan Apologizes for Repeated Use of N-Word in Old Videos
"Hello, Friends. I'm making this video to talk about the most regretful and shameful thing that I've ever had to talk about publicly. There's a video that's out that's a compilation of me saying the N word. It's a video that's made of clips, taken out of context of me of 12 years of conversations on my podcast, and it's all smushed together, and it looks horrible, even to me. Now, I know that to most people, there's no context where a white person is ever allowed to say that word. Never mind publicly on a podcast. And I agree with that now. I haven't said it in years, but for a long time when I would bring that word up like if it would come up in conversation and instead of saying the N word, I would just say the word. I thought it was wrong. So it kind of gets into this whole dilution of how to use the word. I remember that conversation years ago. It all changed with the O. J. Simpson trial. It's an ugly vile word, but when the word was used repeatedly during the OJ trial, the N word became part of our vocabulary. There's a whole bunch of other offensive words that are used, but that's a word that's a deal breaker. So be it. And Rogan is saying that. Rogan saying, I should never have ever used that word. And I have it in a long time. So the question then becomes, is that apology is that owning a mistake from his perspective, valuable or not? Matt
George Stephanopoulos Has Selective Memory That Democrats Aren't Violent
"On ABC's very weak Sunday show He's talking about how well let's hear for ourselves Cut 9 go I mean this is purely in the Republican camp The reality is is even the polls suggested the Democrats agree that this was not about democracies It's not ruining democracy not protecting it 25% of Democrats said violence was acceptable in that poll in 2017 a third of Hillary Clinton voters said Donald Trump was not legitimately elected Your thing is just the same kind of actions that we and everybody's pointed out Oh yes they did They rioted at the inauguration Of Donald Trump Burned cars broke windows beat cops They did take action But Georgie has a selective memory as we know as does yvette Simpson whoever the hell that is CEO of democracy for America Because we all know Democrats are not violent whether it's the weather underground In the 1960s blowing up the capitol building The Pentagon the State Department then making another run at the capitol building with another bomb Whether it's Black Lives Matter and antifa in the NBA and the NFL in the corporation in America all supporting effectively celebrating the riots that took place that summer not long ago two summers ago with all the damage to death in the mayhem But Democrats are not violent ladies and gentlemen Of course if I may say and I will it's my show The tens of millions of abortions They're not violent in the least We did that to dogs that were having puppies People would be arrested But hey what do I
"simpsons" Discussed on NFL Live
"Floyd little, a great Broncos back. Paul westfall, who had a tremendous mark on the NBA. Tommy Lasorda, a great man of character, Don Sutton a great pitcher. Ted Thompson, who had a huge role in making the packers what they are today. Hank Aaron, a man who was as accomplished off the field as he was on the field, which is saying something, what a tremendous man what a tremendous loss. My friend Tony Jones, the former Broncos, offensive tackle, what a great guy he was. Larry King, while I listened to growing up, just incredible. John Cheney, Leon Spinks, Chris westling, from NFL media. Pedro Gomez, from ESPN a pro, he's mister tremendously. Marty schottenheimer, great NFL coach Torres paler, a man who lost his life way before he should have a guy who had greatness in front of him. Just tremendous. The great NFL receiver Vincent Jackson. Lewis nicks the third irv cross, a trailblazer on NFL pregame shows. Mike pearl, another pregame show legend. Mark pavlich, a part of the U.S. Olympic gold medal hockey team, Marvin aguer. Great boxer. Elgin Baylor, Howard schnellenberger, Ben Dwight, great official. Cole Brennan, former Hawaii and NFL quarterback. Joe valerio, the man who created the sports reporters, the first show that I ever did on ESPN, he invited me on. And I might not be in the spot, I am today. We're not for the great joval area. Jim fossil. Who was a former NFL high coach for the Giants who was an offensive coordinator for the Broncos when I was in Denver who coach John Owen college. Many conversations with Jim a great man. Terry Donahue, Alex Gibbs, the former Broncos offensive line coach. A man I loved. Man who had so much life loved that guy. Bismarck. Greg nap, another former Broncos assistant coach who lost his life way before he should have JR Richard..
"simpsons" Discussed on NFL Live
"Morning with Mike Evans and Marx Laura, two guys there. And as they bring me on, the intro to my thing is Kevin Costner's soundbite from the movie every single week. And there's never not a time when I don't smile and laugh when I hear it. Like I forget it's coming. I do it every week. I hear it every week. And I still forget that it's coming and there's the line and it makes me laugh again. From the guys who produce and write The Simpsons and have done it for over two decades now. How do you define and spell out the spot that The Simpsons has in our society? Well, I saw you. I'll use a metaphor boring metaphor, which is, I would say Simpsons is a highway that everyone has driven on. At some point in their life, you know, like everyone almost everyone has at some point watched the show or has a relationship with the show. Maybe with 25 years ago, maybe 15 years ago, maybe now when some of our most passionate fan bases like kids in fourth and 5th grade, you know, and they have different relationships with it and they've been on the highway. They've been off the highway. But it's sort of amazing to know we're working on a highway that everyone has driven on. Brian? Yeah. For me, it was, I met will shortz, who, and it's The New York Times crossword puzzle, which I'm kind of obsessed with. And he told me that the two areas of pop culture that he felt he could always ask questions about where The Beatles and The Simpsons, which was amazing. Why that's a pretty cool thing to say. And again, I say this if The Simpsons is a highway, we are the road crews that keep it repaired. We're not the ones who built it, right? We build the highway. We maintain the highway. We maintain the highway. Jim Brooks, Sam Simon, Al Jean, Mike Reese. They built the highway. Well, kudos. Could we ever bridge together The Simpsons and The Beatles and get Paul McCartney on a Simpsons episode? Does that ever happen? It has. Paul McCartney is the reason that Lisa is a vegetarian. He this is way before my time, right? Yeah, before my time. Right. It was early early on. And so unless I'm in the story wrong, I think that we asked Paul McCartney to come on the show..
"simpsons" Discussed on NFL Live
"Hope my friends don't listen to this, but every time I'm talking to them, I'm thinking, can I use this as a story? So there's always this thing in the back of your mind because it's so hard to come up with new stuff at this point. And the bar is lowered from it has to be completely new story to the emotion and it has to be new. But you know, maybe we can go back and have the kids play hockey again or something. You know what I mean? Because we've done but as long as the emotion of the episode is something we haven't felt before, that's the key. 700 plus episodes. How many more? Can you guys do together? How many more do you want to do together? I'll go forever. I love it. Great. It's called their bluff. Disney gets duped again. Yeah. I mean, I promise you this Adam. Some version of The Simpsons will be on Disney+ as long as there is a Disney+. That's for sure. So as we look back at these careers that span over two decades, what gives you the most pride and satisfaction when you look back at this long historic run of over 700 episodes that you two guys have produced and written together. Well, we didn't kill each other. There you go. That was a pretty good feeling. I think it's for me. It's a really difficult episode. We did an episode that was all done in LEGO animation. Matt and I did an episode that was just set in a fantasy world. The Simpsons lived in a fantasy world. And, you know, we just took out every single design in the show had to be altered. You know, nothing looked like it normally does. Normally, there's a huge stock of standard designs, you know, that we get the symptoms house, how the characters look and everything. This was every single thing that you saw on the screen had to be redesigned from scratch. There was that episode that Matt you did with Carolyn amine. It was an amazing writer. That was, you know, when we finally, we always do a treehouse, the treehouse of our episode every year, right?.
Rich Zeoli: The U.S. Family Business With China
"Is it China told Amazon that when president G's book came out all any comment that was negative regarding his book how to be gone how to be taken off And Amazon complied Another example of a U.S. company bending to Chinese pressure in order to keep doing business there Now it's funny too because they had an episode recently of The Simpsons that they edited They took out a scene of The Simpsons which is streaming on Disney and you know they did that because obviously they love China They make so much money in all their movie screens and they'll do whatever China wants This administration right now in particular though has another reason to do what China wants and that's because a Hunter Biden Hunter Biden was making so much money off of helping China mine what you need to mind the lithium for all those electric batteries All those electric car batteries and also the chips And in the semiconductor chips which rely so much on lithium And Hunter Biden was right at the epicenter of helping these Chinese firms with this So there's also a little bit of a family business here too In fact the last time I filled in for Mark Levin I had Miranda Devine on her new book on Hunter Biden is fantastic And you should definitely pursue it Definitely read it She goes very deep on Hunter Biden's size with China There's no doubt You have to understand that the Biden family is a 100% corrupt There's no doubt in my mind about that Not after reading we're in a divines book It's very well
Larry Debates Roland Martin About the Police
"This is continuation of my debate in 2016 before the election against Roland Martin. He is a left wing talk show host on YouTube. He is a pastor, he formerly was an analyst or a pundit on CNN. We then started talking about his criticism of the police. Mister elder is the issue of officer involved shootings in the black community in the call for criminal justice, something that should be studied by a nonpartisan commission or is this a community issue to be solved at the local level in your view? The Black Lives Matter movement is the biggest fraud that's been perpetuated on this country and on the black community since the O. J. Simpson case. According to Washington Post, there were 965 people who were killed by the police last year. 500 of them are white. I defy you to name one. 250 of them were black. According to the center for disease control over the past 45 years, police shootings against blacks have been down 75% while police shootings against black against whites have flatlined. Here's the problem. 25% of those shot by the police are black. That's because there is a great deal of violence going on in the inner city. A young black man is 7 times more likely to be victimized by homicide than a young white man. The number one preventable cause of death in the white community are car accidents. The number one preventable cause of death in the black community is homicide, generally at the hands of another black person. What's going on in the inner city is a complete and total breakdown because of people like mister Martin, who are telling officers that when you do your job, you're a racist, so they're pulling back, and as a result, you're seeing crime go up in Baltimore, crime going up in Chicago, crying going up in St. Louis, and the victims of that crime are usually the same black people that people like mister Martin claim to care about. If you really care, you'd be talking about these individuals who
OJ Simpson a 'completely free man'; parole ends in Nevada
"His his lawyer lawyer says says OJ OJ Simpson Simpson is is a a completely completely free free man man Simpson Simpson was was acquitted acquitted in in nineteen nineteen ninety ninety five five of of killing killing his his ex ex wife wife and and her her friend friend he he went went to to prison prison for for a a case case in in Las Las Vegas Vegas I I didn't didn't steal steal anything anything from from anybody anybody and and I I didn't didn't know know I I was was doing doing anything anything illegal illegal more more than than a a decade decade after after the the acquittal acquittal Simpson Simpson was was found found guilty guilty of of armed armed robbery robbery for for a a confrontation confrontation with with sports sports memorabilia memorabilia dealers dealers he he served served nine nine years years in in prison prison in in Nevada Nevada and and was was released released on on parole parole in in twenty twenty seventeen seventeen I I will will be be no no problem problem you you know know and and I I I I think think I I kept kept my my word word this this is is a a set set of of done done my my time time state state police police in in Nevada Nevada say say Simpson Simpson was was granted granted good good behavior behavior credits credits and and discharged discharged from from parole parole effective effective at at the the beginning beginning of of the the month month I I met met Donahue Donahue
CNN's Jake Tapper Slams Major Corporations for Being 'Blinded' by Chinese Cash
"But Jake tapper mainly because of his concerns over paying Shui. Paying who is the tennis player? Am I getting that right? Accused China's former vice premier Jean galo of sexually assaulting her. And so then she disappeared, of course, because it's China. Tapper emphasized the world tennis association's attempt to protest China's brutality I'm reading from mediaite. I can't believe I'm reading from mediaite. It's kind of weird segment as this. Is far more strident than what the International Olympic Committee has done to prepare to host for the 2020 winter games. Tapper said, yes, the Olympics are supposed to be free without politics. But this is not about politics. The allegations against the Chinese government go far beyond his treatment of Shwe. That's the least of our concerns. But the real problem is that people that pay U.S. taxes and that are allegedly U.S. citizens, they have gotten unbelievably rich off of allowing China to rise to power. Many members at the top levels of the generation that came to power in the 70s and 80s, the septuagenarian generation, the Pelosi and Schumer's, they prioritized instant stimulus profits from Mainland China over the welfare of the nation. Here's CNN Jake tapper. I mean, he just unleashes on this. I'm sure he'll be reprimanded. Play cut 13 right now. That Simpsons episode in Hong Kong disappeared like Peng Shi. Disappeared, like citizen journalist Zhang Jian, whom the Chinese government has locked up for telling the truth about COVID-19. Disappeared like the consciences of the millionaires and billionaires in Hollywood and the NBA and the IOC and Wall Street are all so eager for Chinese cash. They are pretending none of this is happening. There is no amount of money that can buy enough soap to wash that blood off their hands. So, I'm going to give you the cynical interpretation that I'm going to give you the other interpretation. The cynical interpretation as Jake tapper doesn't believe that. And he found some sort of intern that isn't a Bolshevik at CNN and said, hey, I want the 9 p.m. slot for Fredo that was just fired. Can you just like take some of Tucker's monologues and then launder them through a CNN filter? And then let me say them because then I can get the 9 p.m. slot. That's the cynical interpretation is that Jake tapper found some intern that isn't a communist that CNN and wrote that monologue after that. I'll be honest, that was a copy paste of something that Tucker Carlson has been saying for the last three years.
Lawyer Alan Dershowitz on the Rittenhouse Prosecutors' Violation of the Constitution
"Right now, the jury is deliberating or there arguing over many different kind of technical aspects or issues of evidence being provided. You know, professor Dershowitz, you are the expert on this. Have you ever seen a prosecution act like this prosecution did, especially in regards to potentially challenging the Fifth Amendment rights of Kyle, the defendant? Do you think that was an intentional tactic to try to trigger a mistrial? What's your take on that with all of your experience? Tragically I've seen this happen over and over again, prosecutors constantly violate the constitution and judges let them get away with it. Discharge has been criticized, because he hasn't let them get away with it. If the shoe were on the other foot, if this were a black lives protester who had killed and was being charged and was claiming self defense, the hard left media would be taking exactly the opposite. You know, it'd be praising the judge et cetera. So this is clearly a violation of the constitution, what the prosecution did. And I said, from day one, because this case is going badly for the prosecution. They may win. I can't predict the outcome of the case. But because they thought the case was going badly, they may have deliberately tried to get a mistrial without prejudice so that they could start all over again and do a better job. The same thing happened in the O. J. Simpson case. When the O. J. Simpson case wasn't going well, the prosecution tried to get rid of jurors. And go below them 12 numbers in order to do it again. I actually argued that aspect of the case went to LA and prevented them from doing that, but prosecutors will do that from time to time.
Alan Dershowitz: Kyle Rittenhouse 'Should Be Acquitted'
"If Kyle rittenhouse is convicted, it'll be one of the biggest disgraces in a courtroom that we'll have seen since O. J. Simpson was acquitted. Right now, 12 jurors and 6 alternates being chosen by lottery. There's a jury pool of 18. They're going to have 12 juries who get to hear the case. I mean, what a doozy it was. To watch this, Katie pavlich had great analysis Katie from town hall dot com. She was on the 5 yesterday. Here's how she said that the prosecutors blew up their own case. So the defense has been able to go back to the evidence with the jury to show them to let them see what happened. Whereas the prosecution has repeatedly changed their story based on their own witnesses blowing their case. Gage gross gross for example, admitting that he was fired upon by Kyle rittenhouse after he pointed his Glock 19 in his face. And so therefore proved the self defense case for the jury. Legal scholar Alan Dershowitz, who frankly, I think emerged as a shining light during the Trump era, he was on with Sean Hannity last night and he said the correct verdict in this case, the Kyle rittenhouse case would be acquittal. I never predict, because I've been in this business too long and Jerry's surprise and we don't know what the jury deliberations are about. We don't know what who the jurors are. I do think that there can't be a possible conviction of attempted murder on the victim alleged victim who admitted that he had pointed a gun at him seconds before he was shot. As to the two who were killed, I don't think you can make a prediction. I do think that the evidence does not show beyond a reasonable doubt that he committed a crime and that even if he were to be convicted, there would be very, very, very serious issues on appeal. So I'm not going to predict, but I'm going to tell you that the right verdict in this case would be an acquit. That doesn't mean that this young man should be praised for coming with an AR-15. That doesn't mean he's a hero. It just means the government failed to prove beyond a reasonable doubt that he did not act in self defense. That's a high burden. I don't believe the government met
"simpsons" Discussed on Everything's Coming Up Simpsons
"Have but yes you go girl and instead i did the mature thing and i let you die right because you're a good christian woman and exactly at lucy crimefighter said that this podcast brought her so much joy and her favorite moments ranged from hearing. Alex hirsch talk about earning man shot to alex. Tertia very first gasoline. Right back to the beginning i love it and homers chile trip to laughing at porn mar. References is podcast made her laugh harder than any other and that makes us so happy in horny march came up a few times. Let's all take a moment of silence. for horny marge and a one and a two and three a- man that sure was horny and then i'm going to bring in the opposite of silence for horny marred. How and all the rest deserves. I'm very proud of horny march for many. I'm very proud of horny. Marge as a character and a very proud of bringing the term or nickname horny march into the lexicon. I've seen how it has seeped into the fabric of society. I've seen others simpsons fans not realize what they love. They finally have a name to couple with what they loved about. Margin loved about the show. As we've talked on this show. Both of our lives are beyond this. Podcast seeped in simpson's i host a monthly trivia show called stonecutters in l. a. And then i also. I mean everything else in my life is spin simpson's but just having the discourse about horny. Marge reach everyone. That i know and seeing their reactions. It's i feel like we're doing a solid for feminism. Yeah horny. Marge is feminist is. It's the it's the horny. March wave of feminism actually so dunk johnson at dunk johnson. Saw us live in portland. Only to be shocked. When simpsons futurama legend. Bill oakley showed up. I really love it. He said that he really loved our sweet in earnest. Show and it's so happy for us and damn thank you dunk I loved that episode. That sam having bill on the show is very very fun and being in portland Always feels great in the world of simpson's because of course that was a big a big simpsons town And we talk a lot about that in the matt grinning episode but My favorite moment of that live show Is that. I called bill oakley josh several times eat turns me and he's just like did you. Just call me josh. And i said yes i. Surely you're not the i get over your josh cash. Go sandwich yes. Great show mississippi studio. That was a great show. Yeah i am in this zoom. I am sitting in front of a poster from that show. That is hanging my office that maybe we'll do a screen shot and show also wearing a simpson shirt. That al jean gave us. I wanna say both of us. When he came on the shirt. It looks like a record. Yeah that's fun. I thought that would be nice. This shirt i'll change very generous. Yes yeah or he's just trying to clear out his garage. We don't know which one to all you're right. It's actually very pushy. Gives us all of this. Random simpson's script. Now i love it. Yeah i loved that show. I remember that. Then you being really awesome and just meeting a lot of people Right after our book came out so we got to go to that sidebar and need a lot of fans told us that are simpson's podcast like if talking simpson's is the grad school of simpson's podcast than we are the art school of simpson's podcasts. I felt that in my bones. And i thanked the person that makes me feel heard. Yeah i think that's correct. Yeah because Talking simpson's is such a a giant of a podcast in. Its doing so amazingly alan great and not everybody can get into that school Everyone hood out there. The best i remember talking to those guys once when they were in town and they did our show And they were awesome. But i did remember like saying that. At some point our podcast would come to an end. I remember just being a look of like why. What do you mean and Yeah you know. Sometimes i feel the same way. I think i think that It's pretty easy to get together with each other and talk about the simpsons and laugh and have a great time but this is the final app guy side. Hope that they're finally ready to accept this This fate before we do. We have a few more moments that i want to talk about. And then we'll just do a whole ten minutes on algae i. I've got to tighten the hotdog. The hot dogs kid mr dogs to own nine nine said that the yardley smith episode is hands down with the most endearing. Podcast episode. he's ever heard. We were so stoked to be there. We're having such a good time that it's infectious. I listened to re times a week came out. He said very sweet. Yes that that. Yardley smith and nancy cartwright episodes in particular i think like were so incredibly exciting as fans of the show but also people like julia. You've gotten to write the words that come out of her mouth like the fact that like you know. She's she's exactly what you want her to be at such a cool thing cause out. How the how devastating would it be if if she was not what we wanted. Love you babe or if she was like look at me in the eye kind of thing. Yeah that's another thing that kind of connects to what i was saying earlier about like meeting. Your heroes through social media are just like connecting with them general. I feel like there is something so hope filled about hearing someone on a podcast or seeing somebody being interviewed on tv. Or or whatever. Somebody like yardley. Who i had heard on a podcast and was like i feel like we would be friends. And there's there's an l level of delusional to that. But i am so glad that we were able to pursue that and it was confirmed like she's so great and we had such a great time and she continues to be great but one thing that i remember from that interview is her shaming me for not having graduated college fully. And i'll never forget like when lisa's simpson. I know she's her own person. She yells at you for not having finished all of your requirements and. I know that there are people. Listening to this podcast. Who of cause in the span of us doing it. I got to teach at my old college during cova and now they're the my students are going to hear this and they're going to know that i'm a fraud who has won. Spanish class away from being fully graduated. They're not going to. We'll they're going to have to turn all of the grades that gave them. They're going to have to send back that class. Anyway i just. I love that memory. Of course yeah and the situation where like we talked a little bit about this on the show throughout but like you know the simpsons characters are so real that it really even though of course you know that they're actors and that it's written like you have such a connection to the actual character of lisa and bart and homer and the rest But it's such a a incredible thing..
"simpsons" Discussed on Can We Health You?
"Have a family of my family bucket in nineteen ninety eight australian. Kfc had a secret mission based on this commercial that homer would die but then be brought back to life with seven up that seven eleven number life. Yeah yeah okay beard so as fans no food does mentioned throughout the series with endless amounts of like pink down some duff beer. Those are like the iconic gross. Yeah i mean. I saw one episode where he was being forced fed doughnuts yet factory. I was one of the trails awards ending. Like the feeding of. Don't let one after the other waiting for him to get sick of it buddy down number. Yeah so many episodes that focused on various cuisines beverages even the ethics of what we eat. Lisa so there's this one Flaming moe when homer throws together all of the leftover liquor in the house including coughs up in a blender. I have done that once. Okay like a friend's house gone into the cabinet and just got like all these men lose suicide suicide. Yeah closer in their not cost. But everybody talks about you. Know we'll get drunk off the costner will. Yeah yeah So he makes this whole drinks and he doesn't see march ashes her cigarette in her sister out. That's system yes. She had a short whenever the drink catches on fire and he calls it the flaming homar most seals the recipe the flaming moe ticks off. Aerosmith shows up in. He has offered. He offers over a million dollars while homer goes crazy. And then there's the episode where at least it becomes a vegetarian after falling acute lamb at a petting zoo. Lisa can't bring herself to eat meat again. I mean her friends. tease her. And say are you gonna marry carrot. Lisa and like all throughout the episode. There is like me you know. They're eating homer bar or like biting the same. Our ethic way for khartoum. Yes he like has a barbecue and pours. Three containers of lighter fluid on on on the meat on the grill. Cook cooks the me right. Whatever you know man. The pit goes rolling down. She wrote she like freaks out. She pushes she bruins the barbecue. Yes she runs the the pica's flying. Yeah anything at one point. The joke is like when pigs fly. Yeah you remember that literally flying like somebody's like well. I have to your exactly so lease. If i'm she ends up talking to fellow vegetarian apu and his friends. Paul and linda mccartney make an appearance beatles. References in this..
"simpsons" Discussed on Can We Health You?
"I never really care but like every country has like a crappy. Yes they're growing up. you know. Actually i thought it was so so as we know like homer represents the typical mindless drone. Who would be the kind of guy that this mass fear would be. Marketed tour totally. Yeah yup regardless of quality or integrity. I think always doing is trying to get drunk ball. Yeah so the guns. In rose basis duff mic keagan. He was a real person. Gunston res- guns n. Roses guns and roses and roses. I think gonna the legit bass player. Yuck claims that the duff beer on the simpsons was named for him because the dude mcadam was known as the king of beers he says yeah okay and it really business name Yeah but the writers of the simpsons just claim that rams with enough hence the slow. They can have this look. Yeah they came looking and then back ended. Yeah but i guess that guy that Basis wanted wanted that notoriety to be associated with that beer so the beer shows up throughout the series. Because it's homer's favourite yes remember. The butterfinger candy bar in countless episodes bart homer fight over the candy bar was their commercial. Do you remember those will. Yeah it was. I think it was in the show and then on the commercials or vice versa. Yeah they were tagged for the commercials because they have that banter back and forth like one upping each other And they're both obsessed over sweet so apparently there have been over one hundred and fifty commercials on fox fx and the fox news channel featuring home or trying to get parts butterfinger but he's always one upped by bartley finger on my butterfinger. Yeah so that that slogan nobody better lay finger on my butterfinger and there's been a couple version. This is kind of when. I got the most like angry. And because an idea buddy the serials like you hate cereals. Yeah have been released and sold in the usa and canada using the simpsons as marketing material. Of course lots of shows have been used for marketing. So it's not just like a simpsons thing but what about the wheaties all those. yes. I know meeting. How do they know you need protein in the morning straight up guards guards. Yeah so homers cinnamon donut cereal and bart simpson peanut butter chocolate crunch. They were sold in two thousand one and two. No problem o's cereal and eat. My short cereal were sold only in the uk and australia and two thousand three okay. Those contained frosted multi grain. There's the trick where multi grain together thank Healthy yeah like loops and many chocolate biscuits. And then they featured all of the simpsons characters so i think they like they had the product on the shelves and they were in the in the episode Donuts are most notably homer's favourite food and a trademark symbol of his character We all know they what we know. Doughnuts are but they contain large amounts of fat and homer is literally unable to live without has done and he doesn't like anyone else like eats them so in one of the episodes in a treehouse of har- episode homer changes the past and comes back to an alternate universe for his family is rich and happy. I do remember that. But when marge doesn't know what it is. Homer gives up the dream and goes back their time again. He's like you voted. Yes and then he's like yeah and then when he leaves it starts raining donna. She's like oh no. It's raining and then in another tree house of power episode. I guess is that was that once a year..
"simpsons" Discussed on Can We Health You?
"Follows the bible that he has reverend lovejoy on speed. Dial calling him for the most. Monday of issues one. Such instance is when he complains that he was that he was doing. The bump in accidentally touched the man's rear with own and it was like having a crisis as a result he also calls say he's meek but he could be meeker that he thinks he may be coveting his own gods Reverend lovejoy start to become more and more kind of Disassociated unattached to get to his role as even like a spiritual leader. Because ned has just so more down down okay he is hyper fictionalized version of an ultra right-wing christian. Yeah like really bad one. Interesting fact about flanders is he is shown to have room in his house filled with memorabilia of the beatles oh yea and he claims that this is because they were bigger than jesus funny. Wow yeah we did it. Beatles episode if you haven't heard it check it out interest sern. I thought that was funny So in two thousand eight. So i was no longer watching it at this point. The simpsons added a muslim family. So they really tried to cover bases religions in the episode called my pods in sticks. Bart befriends new kid in town name. Basheer been laid in whose family is from have bin laden raid whose family is from him he discovers that his new friend is muslim. After basheer informs him that he can't eat pork chops served up in the elementary schools cafeteria in typical simpson's fashion dinner hosted by the simpsons for the bin laden family. Leads homer to dream a fox news nightmare of a muslim takeover of springfield at the hands of genie and disney's latin and their church becomes a mosque their pastor is a moolah and cat stevens. Music is playing. Oh so when the episode originally aired knee-high our then executive director of the los angeles affiliate of the council on american islamic relations congratulated simpsons creator. Matt groening quote. I applaud your effort in sunday's episode of the simpsons to humanize american muslims by challenging anti-muslim sentiment in our society by introducing a professional muslim family. Oh us so. He was impressed. Yeah thought they handled it. Yeah that's cool So according to mark pinski who is the author of the gospel according to the simpsons. So it's another carried kind of explores all of the religious aspects of the simpsons. He says quote. Spoofing religious excess. Hypocrisy and prejudice has been a staple of the shows narrative while the simpsons never hesitates to mock. It's biting is intelligent. Rather than crude informed by understanding rather than ignorance in never characterized by meanness and denigration it aims for a smile rather than a sneer. so that's what i have about the simpsons of their religion how they represented interests turn was pretty dang. I knew a lot of those. Because i'd seen a lot of those episodes but yeah kind of interesting to see it all together. Yeah yeah and you have so foodstuff here. S i definitely sneered. Were you sneering. Sneering they don't tackle the foodstuffs so sensitively. No.
"simpsons" Discussed on Can We Health You?
"Heal. My name is alice. Lloyd nutritional therapy practitioner. Leslie end up A registered yoga instructor. And today we are going to talk about the simpson the symphony and you didn't grow up watching the simpsons. I do not know i. My mom says i interviewed her for this l. Because i i. I knew that i of course i knew i did. But i'm like why you have. Yeah and she says it was a yeah she was a little you know she had to remember right. Rack the brain. It's been a while but it was like the language and the content for her inappropriate. Probably for your age for. I would agree with that. Yeah so. I was ten when that came out the first in nineteen eighty nine. Yeah the very first one Also she said that. It was past our bedtime. So i was like. Oh god what so. I looked it up online at aired on sunday at eight at eight eight thirty. Yeah and yeah. That was pester bedtime so anyway. Yes so the simpsons came out on december seventeenth nineteen eighty nine and. I'm pretty sure it was a christmas episode. where they got their. Okay had this little helper in. I actually watched the simpsons. Because i watched the tracey ullman show. Yeah which was a variety. Show which. I'm sure weren't able to watch was not but i was fourteen so i was a little older. Yeah and i did like the tracey ullman. Show and i saw the simpsons on it and i was too impressed in the i saw. It came out as tv show. I'm like oh. It's the same cartoons i was like a segment on yet little Since it was a variety show all right. There was little sketches in between russians. They had the simpsons. I feel and it could be wrong. But i feel like the story might have been like. You saw the first part of the story. A sketch than the story continued wrote. Get up in between. But i could be wrong but those first few seasons are pretty not great in my opinion. They're not that funny looking back at the animation..
"simpsons" Discussed on Hi Everybody - A Bad Medicine Podcast
"Overall at five three zero doctor but that has factor zero. Do cto are be the beast for broken bones which is very i would say a minor plot point. Today's episode right and go ahead and tell as the episode of the name of this episode of the simpsons because my notes our garbage apparently so the episode. We're covering today is season eleven episode ten little big mom Much like the title of this episode. I had no recollection of this episode of the simpsons. At all except for the stupid sexy flanders moment it is it is later golden age simpson's if not just right outside of the range of it. Yeah i call it like the where. There's a lot where you start seeing as many fails as you do. Hits in season eleven. I think that's fair. There were a couple other good ones. I think this one also had like the tobacco episode which was has the tobacco episode. It has the homer is a food critic episode which not as great. I screw flanders. Yes but this one. Actually i thought was a pretty fun episode. I mean it's still wintertime that be plot or actually the whole opening of it which is standard later. Simpson's is nothing make sense and it doesn't tie into the rest of the episode But you know there's skiing because they had to use the skis that homer had bought for the nagano olympics which. I'm not exactly sure what year that was. That might have been nineteen eighty-six no later than later. I think it was in the nineties late nineties. Early two okay. But they decided to all go skiing and Marge decides to nocco skiing. Because she thinks it's dangerous if she stays in the the lodge but my favorite part about just throw joke other than stupid. Sexy flanders is The name of the courses that homer sees right. We've got the spine breaker. We've got spinebuster here. Which is to girly. Yes the spinebuster and then the colostomy which is such a good name for.