3 Episode results for "Stephanie Hated"
SyFy Channel SDCC Red Carpet
"This is Tony. Tomato welcomed live. Well SORTA TO BE SCI FI channel red carpet of their big party here at San Diego Comic on hope to make that an annual event and here covering it. So let's go now to the red carpet. I see somebody. We may all know coming up to the microphone. Up First to the microphone is back Napa. Know Novic from Capri Magda. How are you see again? We hear that Lacey goes on quite a quite a ride. The second half of the season. Yes she definitely does Without spoiling how do I explain she starts to? I think she kinda starts to fight back metaphorically and a bit literally and she starts realizing that you know she didn't kick somebody's and she's a strong woman she may be still young but she's strong and the right person to play or to as far as I'm concerned are you. Are you having some fun while you're down here? Have you had a chance to do that? I'm having a blast. I've never been to COMECON and I've wanted to go for so many years and to be here. It's I feel like I belong here. I'm the biggest nerd in the world. I get to geek out about things and it's completely fine. I feel like I WANNA go. I. That's awesome and that's a completely normal reaction. What about some of the costumes if you're caught some of those Well I was saying that. My favorite costume are my girlfriend's Dressed up in sailor scout outfits. But I'm trying to think what else was really really cool there. Were these amazing guys in Ceylon costumes. And it was actually making Ceylon noises. And then they came over to Aaron Douglas and took pictures with him. Played the chief sure so he was amongst his Ceylon people and it was amazing and I was taking pictures. Everyone taking pictures of unreal cool. So what's the rest of your schedule doing anything as far as panels or anything? Tomorrow I I did a panel yesterday and I've been signing for the last three days and then That today was my last day so tomorrow. I'm going to try to see if I could kind of walk around a little bit more because I don't have any more and it's kind of the end of comecon soon for me for all of us unfortunately so great to see you again and looking forward to the second half of the season. I'm sure we'll talk as we get closer. I know I know it's so hard to hold it. All right take care. One of my favorite actresses is up next Renee O'Connor xena Warrior Princes Renee. How are you? How cool was that in Bitch? Slap you and lucy dressed as Knox are irony here. Mr Over really. Oh Wow that's cool. It's funny because I get to see her that often but yeah let's get this guy. Did you see the movie? I saw that clip and it was hysterical and then actually Michael Herskowitz put through the wringer in that. Let's see that was just old friends? Getting together producer was on Xena and he said hey come out and everybody just had someone together. I know you're an old hat conner. You've been here many times but you know it's always fun every year. It's a different experience for me. It was about getting my flip camera and ask people for their pictures and filming them and I'm excited to see how it all comes back together so great to see you have anything you want to talk about that you have coming up. Do were really excited that this web series called art to start on Mulu yesterday. Oh fantastic is decide kind of story or it is. It's about this woman who falls asleep in her apartment and she wakes up this on a spaceship and literally tries to figure out what year she's in and how she can get home to your son and so it's it's dark and Moody and it's directed by a guy named Trey stokes and he was pretty legendary comic con for a series called Pink Five. He humane okay and so it's really exciting. Because this is his break is feature. Bill Minute spot. He also directed art so back to you. Know a nice relationship. What's the URL for people there to to the URL where where they can see it on the Web Bloom Hulu Hulu and if they search arc? You'll find it right A. R. K. Fits whose dotcoms great great to see him sitting mutual? Sure anytime after seeing what the roundtables earlier. Once again I greet Damian Kimbler from Sanctuary Hey Damien while having fun having fun yeah very much. I Miss I wasn't I wasn't coming to be the hand I just I mean are you like collectibles and things like that to you. Come here for detail. I don't I mean I wish I did. I just I I'm too afraid of fun to do that so I am sorry I don't. Are you going to be able to you know? Have some time off to Kinda see San Diego a little bit. Not No not really well actually nominated go surfing tomorrow morning. Really for nine is here. And he offered to take me out some Extensively at six thirty in the morning. Well that's that's the good waves are. Yeah apparently that's what I'm GonNa do and then After noon tomorrow after the mentioned GONNA OUT I. What's your schedule would be like. When do you have to go back to work? We we have to be. I needed back actually on Monday. Wow what starch sorry can start shooting again on Monday. The third Tuesday the third in our writer or reading room beaching means Basically this morning after being well yeah. It's time I guess how much time ask great and then Martin will usually do the same thing. You'll shoot a lot of tons of stuff and then he'll go into post and get all the facts and everything so everything is ready for a very long biplane. Percents you're one of the longest post pipelines twenty nine weeks longer than most shows out there so yeah great great to see you. We had a great time this afternoon. Do Great to meet you. Yeah Yeah love the season to DVD. To the way an actor who star is definitely rising Ryan Robbins from Sanctuary Brian. I'm doing nice look dapper today inside we cannot block yes brady. Yeah so I mean we were talking earlier I know you. You'd like to like all the comic book stuff like your character. Is there anything that you've bought or anything that caught your eye while you were tomorrow tomorrow? I'm going to go try devices if I haven't had any time. It's been nonstop for the last couple of days. Have my eye on a couple of things. There's a couple of titles That I WANNA get there's Yes some of the great Great stuff authors. There's some there's some writers that I really wanted to checkout. Who's here but I've had a chance. Well have a good time tonight. Also you mentioned it earlier. I mean you were discovered on stage. So you're you're kind of lean to doing music again in a little bit. Yeah we just played for the first time in a lot of years. at a fundraiser. For Sanctuary for kids and was awesome. We wrote a bunch of great songs for it. So I'll get back there. I'll come back and do it again. Sounds great great to see you imagine talented? Young Man Logan Huffman from TV series veep. Hey how'd you man having fun today? Yeah Yeah it was awesome day. The panel was really wild just having a good time. How's everything good crazy busy? That's usually comecon wild stuff. Yeah just Tomorrow I'm going to get a check out the floor a little bit which should be pretty exciting all that stuff. I think Chris Evans is behind the new captain. America for cool. Can you talk down? But we love to refine man so so small you walk in the floor and then when you go back to work I go back and mid-august so. I'll be back in Vancouver taking my dog with me and get a little house. Some kind of typical stuff decipher the generic. No that's fine. You know and people people thinking these glamorous life that trump is very normal no no. It's it's actually really normally. I go to movies BS existing when I go back to Indiana and Florida where my family is so. That's very I actually worked at a tool and die shop when we were on hiatus last time we'll get there. Yeah have you seen inception yet? No I really WANNA see it on. My friend says it Blew his mind like the Matrix Stint. So while should we great? We'll have a good time the rest of the convention. Did they talk to you again? You got a lot of good stuff from you today. Thank you great to have met her in person. Amanda tapping from sanctions. Who's here? Oh yeah absolutely absolutely. Hilo great and you're tall to which is nice you know. Have you had a chance to have any fun today? It's been super busy. Not really great guest tonight glass of wine. And you're GONNA see a little bit of San Diego going to have that opportunity. Not really this time I did. I came down a few years ago with my husband and my daughter or my brother used to my brother up here her eight years. Wow Oh you know this area well. Yeah great to see a doll and certainly look forward to talking to you again. Yeah talented actress Salli. Richardson Whitfield from Eureka. What's a feeling just to be now? Just a doctor on the show as opposed to You know you've got a demotion because the new time while happy. Because she gets now. Her kid is an autistic anymore. I can spend time with my children and me is an after his his enjoying it. Because I get to run around with Colin and not be stuck in the office so much so I think it's going to be a great new year this way the look on your face when you found out. Your son was not autistic classic. Good but it's supposed to vague. Thank you enjoy the time line and enjoy yourself. Great Writer Producer Rob Cooper stargate universe. I gotta give you props for the back to the future. Shirt T shirt. Is that a great movie. And this wasn't the second one like one of the best sequels ever done now. I actually like the really the Western really. That's cool. What's your what. Are you going back tomorrow. Like most of us are yeah. I'm actually heading to La Tomorrow. Okay and back to work. Yeah thank you. That's right. Yeah that's right. Well have a great time meeting you today looking forward to the new season. Tv's popular fan. Boy David Plouffe stargate universe who plays ally of course David David just a SEC. What did you think of now? You Know Rubber Cooper's wearing back to the future shirt wasn't the second movie like one of the coolest sequels everything the second movies my favorite course. That's what everyone likes so pissed I don't have a hover board I think I think I think we need to remake it with me. Yeah I'd love to see that all the Scifi references at your character you you definitely must put in some of them no actually that's the brilliance of these guys. Right here I would love to claim credit but every time they had me a script. They've already written in the movie reference. All although I did have a great time this season I won't ruin it where I went up to Jomo lots. He's probably GONNA get cut out. I went up to Joe and I said I hope you don't mind. I have to pitch this. I really want to make this one references. Let me do it so I'm hoping it stays in the having. Are you gonNA have a chance to have some fun while you're down here? Oh I already have. I've been meeting some great people like really doing some crazy crazy stuff on top of that. Meet some of my Idol Stanley. You Chuck Oriented People like that absolutely one hundred enjoy yourself you certainly earned it and then back to work so I appreciate it. I can't wait to go see it. Yeah yeah all right. Thanks Ali on Huffman. Who Plays Lieutenant Tamra Johanneson on stargate universe? Hello again good to see you again actually. We didn't get a chance earlier but I have to give you props for painkiller channels. That was a fun show. I learned a lot on that show but I think stargate is a better all quarters. Well it's you know I'm happy to be there. We've got such a great group of gold cast. I heard you know Louis. Plays such a serious guy. He's actually quite a cutting. He's hilarious. He is the most offices from his character than anybody can imagine He's funny. He's he's just amazing. Jaw Yourself Hope. You can have some fun while you're in San Diego. You can have great to see two of my favorite people. James Kerr win and chase masters. Are you good research still digging that movie? That's amazing. Well the page. As hard I saw technology I saw yesterday was ally on Netflix. Blew Me Away? It was amazing it was but I got it the first viewing I got. I did get a box or do you have a just a PC to just a PC. But it's a high end monitor so it looks really good. 'cause most people have said it looks really glory in Bad? No not at all. No the the experience love him loved the movie. Yeah it was awesome and the and the quality and the music everything was sensation enjoyed. So I know you guys are kind going cons and things talking about the movie and a DVD Just real quick any cool special features we can think he came out and so it's got feature reds on it trailers things like that. I'd say the greatest thing about actually getting the DVD Is the commentary. Track that Kimberly and Jason. I did Very informative and people have been saying that they understand the film a lot better by two commentary tracks so I've been recommending that people very cool. You both have a great time tonight. You certainly have earned it. You work hard on it and I'm so glad I finally saw it. Excellent all right enjoy had a chance to speak once again with Jaime Paglia Co creator of Your Rica. Have you had a chance to enjoy yourself while you're down? Oh I've in. It's all enjoyable chance to actually share this with our audiences you know. This is the only time we get to the writers crew and cast a couple of hundred people spend countless hours and small rooms working with each other. It's really amazing to get this kind of imaging families sports now when you go back to work. Oh I've been working always writing all day until until we had our panel this afternoon but we We've been on a short production. Hiatus we start shooting again. Wednesday. We'll finish up the back ten episodes and we're enjoying the resets been really exciting. Take a good break. Good to see you again. Joined it earlier today. And here's Your Rica Star Colin Fergus Collins. Hey Tony Tomatoes Sifi. Todd how are you pretty? I am loving time and the whole time. It's stupid that it works isn't it? Yeah Yeah you should work you put it on paper and you're asking me dominant and it actually works it's weird. I don't know what I dug to seeing you. You'll nineteen forties the military. That was really fun. Although in our twelve that wall right on the caller line tugging tight your new respect for soldiers whole weird waves and trench foot. Where those boots sixteen hours a day. How did it? There was one wonderful scenes in the last episode. I saw here. I didn't see it all it's back on. Dvr At home course test is when you're all sitting in the cafe and you realize we ain't get back this is it the four of us you know all had like a a bond together. I thought that was a really poignant moment for the show. Yeah we felt it too we. I mean it's tough. You know you read stuff and you think is GonNa play while you read out. Stephanie hated and the Plays Great. That was one of the ones where we read it. And you're like Oh this place right and then we didn't is like okay. That's that's sort of the season you know that moment. Sort of absolute. What we're doing this season. And then you had James Callous and boy. I just mixing. Oh He's got. He's sat nice guy like he's just a ridiculously nice human being so he's been a joy to have around so he's doing an accent from the nineteen forties parties at moving into present day and slowly evolving out of it. That's cool gas ridiculous. So what was your reaction when you found out about the The time the time thing for the time travel. I didn't think they were GONNA bite. I've got the network was gonNA just GonNa stonewalling say that's cute. But no that's stupid you know about and They didn't they went the other way and apparently really excited when they showed their excitement. It showed US data faith in us that we didn't know Is it felt really good. And then we SORTA ran with the ball and every time. We did something they were like. Yeah like that and so it's sort of. It was a season where everything sort of all of a started to click in. Everyone was thinking the same way as really cool. I can't wait to see how it turns out it's not that have some fun tonight Six Am tomorrow morning. Oh wow no rest for the weary exactly to meet you. Take care thanks. Thank you always good to see Lance riddick from the television series French. I hear this year. There's going to be Episodes in the alternate universe and Irregular University and go back and forth Yeah we were we. Well that's the plan that I heard you know once again until particularly network television those kinds of things always subject to change but so far at least for the first half of the season off my understanding is that we're GONNA be going back to twin rivers Ratchet GonNa see this story moving on parallel tracks until reconvergence. I think probably end of the season with another big cliffhanger. Is it Been easy to keep the two royals separate. Wow no I'm in the middle of shooting in the middle we're in the middle shooting second episode so So far so good I mean what gets tricky because they speak differently. What's tricking what? What gets going if point. You're always to be preparing to scripts so just making sure you've got the speech patterns. That's great are you having had this is your first comic con. Are you having some fun of enjoying? Yeah I am supply. I mean it's honestly overwhelming. I know to some kind of hypersensitive sleep last night before flying up here so But it's been great. I really worse by ward gratifying. It's really gratifying. It's actually Kinda get up close and personal up around the sheriff. Enjoy yourself. Great to talk to you again. I'm sure we'll talk again. All right take care. Here's a familiar face from Babylon five Julie Caitlin Brown. Hi Julie Are you saying it's good to see your earlier one of the panels on good good having now today? This is for me for my show. Yeah well look for all about evil. Oh Yeah Klay Tammy. Today's coming out and I have a movie screening here that I was a produce Ronald onto brain a new role for you new roles producer. It's it's to see you John. Great to connect in person with Justin Hartley from small. Justin Tony Tomato. We did the interview I could feel. You're coming into the last round up for the show. Yeah no it's really great You know the thing about About Smallville it's been around for so long and people say it's the it's the end and it's it's like it's like far far of TV icon. Nobody believes it but Feel like we're going to retire before he does. Hopefully that love Brett Farr but but the so last season I think we're in around everything up and make people some people happy and finish storylines and stuff like that. You know clear up I I thought your arc with Oliver was incredible just the way it was. Ridden the way you handled it. That was hard acting today. Thank you You know honestly I mean I know it looks. It probably actually looks a lot harder than it actually is when you have You know writers that. Sit there and think about that long but that much kind of deliberation if you will enter into into that character it makes it really easy for you to just show up and do do your work. You know so for me. It was it was. I don't want to say easy because it was. It was mentally taxing but it was. It was a light to show up every day and have a material so I really enjoyed so it's Time to move on though from SMALLVILLE. Yes well you know. I mean let's look I if it's marvelous over which it is and the I guess it is time gone Something else hopefully. We'll see right. Yeah absolutely time will tell. I think you'll have a lot more after just the beginning. Well listen I appreciate it. Have a good time tonight. Matt great to finally meet you. Thank you attacked. House had a chance to see Cassidy Freeman. Who has tess? Mercer from Smallville Cassidy Great Job on the show. What an ARC. She's had that you play all right. It's like I mean you like redefine her evilness. I don't know how many ways I that have some fun. Great and It's already see go but everything has to come to win. Yeah I know everything does and it was a pretty ten pretty good ten years a good part of it too thank you. I appreciate that have fun. And here's Erica. Durance from small. But I really feel that you've actually made your lowest very much. I think she has a great voice in the Superman apology as the show wraps is very much. Thank you it's been it's been shown that takes Superman and they've been so creative and it's been so much fun to get some great lines to give me some great lines cautions great. I've been able to do everything and actress. Feel Kinda have to walk away from what I suppose like. Anything in life is whenever. You're closing the door. Arnold certain chapter bittersweet grateful for the process Roy beginning always be great laws. Take Care enjoy thank you. Here's popular actress for. We should day from the guilt. Taifa Lisa how are you nice to the guild? Yeah new season coming up. Well we're already second episode second episodes out so we're very excited to show more episodes and we at the panel today It was a two thousand seat room which is insane that we we actually had to turn away hundreds of people. Feel bad about that but We actually premiered our music video for the season called game on and That's GonNa hit the Internet on Tuesday and I'm really excited about showing the season off. We're we're doing some different stuff but I think people are really responding. Well I want to talk about red great please do. I'm really excited about it The trailer came out today and I hadn't seen it. I was like Oh my God. This is really good so I it just came out of the blue the producers inside. That'd be good for it and I was like. Wow this is perfect and it's really kind of a heavy piece actually not a lot of humor but There's a lot of fun. It's killing where let's be honest. I got to stab where wolves or pretend well wolves. I'm really excited for the for for its come out. I think it's going to be early. Twenty eleven as. We'll have a great time tonight. Thank you very much. Take an reconnect with Douglas. Battle Star. Galactica you got a second second. We actually interview I. I think years ago yes Vancouver like yeah I heard that From a few people that you've done like like almost hard really dark movie a recent Which one would that be killer. Mountain Killer Miller Milne is Is A sci-fi movie one of those great great cheesy creature? Sifi homes and Sheldon Wilson Co wrote and directed it It's a little bit of fantastic help with myself. A manual of OJ and Paul Campbell. Who was the first time I've worked with Paul since battle-scarred Alaska Actually no that's not true. We did a a pilot. Couple years ago anyways That's GONNA be out in January and February and it's a little bit of fantastic and I did a movie called Blood Butcher Stale data. We shot that almost four years ago while and people ask me about it every day and I have no idea what they're doing as far as I know it's dead whatever and you're starting a new series I have a new show called Hell cats starts next week. I start filming next week. They've been filming for a couple weeks now and it's going to be on the false on. Cw a very excited about that should be a lot of fun and The bridge may or may not come back in the fall. It looks like it will but Fingers crossed so I might have to shows what a nice problem embarrassment of riches as it were have a good time. Good to see again all right great writer Jimmy Palmer. The the movie for whatever reason I don't think it was marketed right but Yeah it's very involved. I guess yeah it is right the comic book so you know that stays pure but Tom has done an animated version. It's going to be on the Batman under the Red Hood and thought well it's It's it's based on one about stories and the guys at Warner brothers onto the Batman. Movie and Him and his crew than amazing job on it Tom He got. He has such a love. comics in the material. Especially during the hacks you're really really happy to having new voice and there's a preview I guess online of it and it's just fantastic Writing the book now just in grave the past five years the automated and then at Tom do divorce. It's just super exciting works. It's one of those things we look at it. We get it. They got it the so much respect for the character. Their Warner brothers and we're really happy with the end product. Great Jimmy. Thanks for stopping by appreciate. I've a good one looks like we've seen the last ten for every one that I get. I always lose someone to it was great on the Red Carpet Really. WanNa thank to sci-fi Channel for biting his party here in San Diego Comic Con and precise I talk kisses Tony Lago signing off. It's actually kind of a cool night. Here said take care and keep listening.
Queenie - Stephanie St. Clair
"Due to the graphic nature of this episode listener discretion is advised. This episode includes discussions of abuse and corruption that some people may find offensive. We'd wise extreme caution for children under the age of thirteen on July thirtieth nineteen eleven the steamer ship the s Jonah had just arrived in New York City after an arduous journey for one month it had made its voyage gauge from the Turquoise Sea of the Caribbean up the deep and Dark Atlantic and now finally it had arrived in the gray oil tinged waters of New York City's Upper Bay on one side of the ship's Deck well-to-do passengers and fine coats and elegant hats saddened saddened deckchairs as they watched the Statue of Liberty grow larger on the horizon on the other dozens of young black women crowded along the ship's railing link to do the same among them. A thin thirteen year. Old Girl pushed her way through the throng as she reached the railing. She gazed out onto the skyline of New York City. She was just a wisp of a girl but tall with dark shrewd is that belied her age as as soon as she set foot in America she would use this to her advantage on Ellis island while the other black passengers. There's of the SS Jonah were processed and immigration agent asked the girl to stained her age knowing that thirteen was far too young to travel alone. The girl bluffed she said twenty three the agent looked up from his papers giving the skinny girl a skeptical skeptical look he took in her height and then her youthful face but the girl held steady peering right back the agent side side on her documents. He scrawled about twenty three years. He handed her papers and said welcome to America Erica Miss Saint Clair. It was Stephanie Saint Clair's first lesson in her new country. All rules can be bent but there were some. She was determined to brake. You picture a murderer against her a thief. Did you picture a a woman. We didn't think so- society associates men with dangerous crimes but what happens when the perpetrator is female every Wednesday we examine the psychology motivations and atrocities of female criminals hi. I'm Sammy Ni- and I'm Vanessa Richardson and you're listening to female criminals apar- cast original you can find episodes of female criminals and all other podcast originals per free on spotify or wherever you listen to podcasts to stream female criminals for free on spotify just open the APP and type female criminals in the search bar at podcast. We're grateful for you our listeners. You allow us to do what we love. Let us know how we're doing reach out on facebook and Instagram at podcast and twitter at podcast network and if you enjoy today's episode the best way to help us is to leave a five star review wherever you're listening. It really does help today. We're talking about Stephanie Saint Clair Arguably New York City's first black woman gangster. Who's influenced shaped the organized crime I'm world during the Nineteen Twenties and thirties this week will delve into the mystery around Stephanie's early life and her first foray into the underworld world of venture that letter to establish one of the most lucrative numbers rackets in New York history next week will examine Stephanie's impact impact on her community her struggle with the white mob and the legacy she left behind little is known about Stephanie Saint Clair's life before her criminal career. This is partly due to a race and partly due to the time and place of her birth earth as a black woman born in the eighteen hundreds formal records of history were few and far between a facts that would play to her advantage edge later in life however there are some things we know for sure Stephanie. Saint Clair was born on December twenty fourth eighteen ninety seven in the French West indies on what is known today as the Caribbean archipelago of Guadeloupe. She was the third child of four and the oldest daughter of Ama- decent Claire and Onslow Mar tro Stephanie was born over fifty years after the abolition of slavery in the West indies and so her parents lived as free people but the Saint Clair shores weren't just free they were part of an elite social and economic class on Guadalupe because records show that Stephanie's parents were married. We can assume that they held a higher status among other black islanders according to her book the world of Stephanie Saint Clair An entrepreneur race woman and outlaw in early Twentieth Century Haarlem Author Shirley Steuer rights that a government acknowledged marriage was one of the limited privileges granted to these upper class black citizens at the time and the basis of this status was almost entirely highly determined by a combination of a person's ancestry and their resources those whose relatives were more recent slaves were considered lower class. They'd had limited access to money and education however those individuals with longer histories of free ancestors were able to inherit and accumulate wealth and in some cases even land. Stewart goes on to explain that these elite black islanders commonly worked in a skilled trade it directly under or beside the small population of wealthy whites on Guadeloupe Stephanie's father for instance was most likely an artisan and well respected in the community education was another privilege that the Saint Clair's enjoyed unlike many black girls at the time Stephanie was put in school and taught to read and write in both French and English. It was important to her parents that their children take advantage of their education and continue to elevate their families station. The Saint Clair's were very proud of their distinguished place in the community which is why it hurt deeply when that status was put at risk around nineteen o eight when Stephanie was just eleven years old her father on d. passed away this was a huge blow to the Saint Clair family. It was his work that it afforded his family their relative wealth and education they had and without him. Stephanie's mother onslow was left with no source of income and four young mouths to feed onslaught struggled to keep up appearances in the community but money quickly dwindled and she compensated by dipping into her daughter's dowries. Eventually she was forced to take Stephanie Out of school with no education and limited marriage prospects Stephanie's future began to dim onslaught knew that keeping her daughter on Guadeloupe loop would sentence Stephanie to a life of hardship and no mobility so she looked elsewhere sending Stephanie to France would have been the obvious choice voiced onslaught given that French was the national language of Guadeloupe however France was suffering a cholera epidemic at the time and Shipping Stephanie. Hey there would have meant delivering her daughter to her death. Instead arrangements were made for Stephanie to travel to french-speaking Montreal on a Transatlantic Trans Atlantic ship by way of New York City. The voyage would be a long twenty days in the steerage section of a luxury steamship and thirteen year old Stephanie money would go alone the nest going to take over on the psychology here and throughout the episode please note. Vanessa is not a licensed psychologist or psychiatrist I but she has done a lot of research for the show. Thank Sammy leaving your family and home country alone and at such a young age no doubt has psychological consequences but in some cases it can help young emigrants develop what researchers Matias Gay Bouza Lem and Baltimore mid dog call self efficacy self efficacy is an individual's perceived belief in their ability to control their circumstances and their own potential for success assess gay Wulan maytag right that self efficacy is mainly influenced by the ratio between an individual's access to resources and their exposure exposure to constraints for example a constraint may be the loss of a social support system while a resource like the promise of employment would mitigate that constraint straight which was exactly the case for Stephanie Saint Clair before her voyage to Montreal. Stephanie's mother used an employment agency agency to find her work well the Canadians. We're looking for young french-speaking black women to serve as maids or nannies in their mostly white households girls like Stephanie were in demand so when Stephanie left her home island and her family behind she at least knew she had a job job and housing waiting for her on the other side of the world this would have given the young girl a sense of security and purpose rather than helplessness and thus a greater sense of self efficacy gay. Wu's alum and maddox research shows that individuals with high self efficacy adapt to new environments armaments more easily they trust themselves to meet the demands of their circumstances interpreting them as challenges rather than threats simply put it makes aches a person bold a quality that Stephanie Saint Clair soon had in spades this sense of agency or what others would later describe scribe as her fighting spirit would become one of Stephanie's most defining characteristics once she stepped aboard the S S Jonah Stephanie left a life of relative comfort with her family behind though the SS Jonah was billed as a luxury steamer steamer ship with opulent cabins and High Class Amenities for the wealthy tourists life below deck was very different dozens of black Caribbean women were traveling in steerage they struggled for space and fresh air in the ship's crowded underbelly and if it became too stifling the women's only other option was to sleep on the main deck exposed to the harsh elements of the open ocean on the SS Jonah Stephanie was was no longer the young lady of a respected black family. She was glorified. Chattel for the twenty days that the SS Jonah on a slowly made its way to New York City thirteen year old Stephanie Sinclair learned a hard lesson in class while the rich sipped champagne in the ballrooms above her head. Stephanie fought for scraps of a measly dinner in steerage below. If you wanted something she learned you needed tap fight for it by any means necessary so when thirteen year old Stephanie finally arrived on Ellis Island for processing in a new the country she took destiny into her own hands and molded it to her will she was twenty three now not thirteen and in some ways her new age fit her better than thirteen ever had her experience lying to the immigration official would shape Stephanie's understanding standing of government institutions and laws for the rest of her life. Everything she learned was a game and the day Stephanie came to America America. She decided to play after her release from Ellis. Island Stephanie traveled North to Montreal to work for the Canadian du Bois family there. She spent the rest of her teenage years. Toiling in domestic servitude little is known about Stephanie's. He's time in Montreal but because she left Canada after no more than five years a relatively short period of time for a living domestic worker we can assume that the life of made didn't suit the strong willed girl Stephanie most likely couldn't stand the pointless drudgery and limited freedom ultimately. Admittedly she abandoned her post now for perhaps the first time in her young life. Stephanie's destiny was in her own hands. She was faced with a choice returned to her home. Country her beloved island and back to the arms of her family or stay on her new continent utterly alone alone and live the life of opportunity her mother had hoped for her. Stephanie Unsurprisingly made the bold choice around Nineteen Sixteen Stephanie Sinclair crossed the border back into New York leaving her past life of domestic mystic servitude far behind her. She was only eighteen but her paper stated that she was a full decade older at twenty eight with with her second chance at a fresh start. Stephanie was looking to redefine herself in her new home. The possibility seemed endless in such a bustling metropolis list for a black woman and especially an immigrant in the nineteen hundreds. The opportunities in the land of the free weren't as abundant as promised but there there was a new era dawning in New York City and Stephanie Sinclair had arrived just in time to help usher it in nineteen sixteen was a year at the cusp of two historical evolutions for black people in New York the Great Migration and the Harlem Renaissance the Great Migration was a historical exodus of African Americans from the rural south to northern cities from roughly nineteen sixteen to Nineteen nineteen forty hundreds of thousands of people moved north to escape the repression of Jim Crow laws this influx of black people into New York works city would become one of the key catalysts for the Harlem Renaissance. This was a period of social and cultural change in New York City dating from roughly nineteen nineteen eighteen to nineteen thirty five. It was a time of new intellectualism and artistry that reflected the modern black experience and it all took took place in the northern Manhattan neighborhood of Harlem so when Stephanie Saint Clair reentered New York City. She like thousands of other Black New Yorkers decided to settle in Harlem in a burgeoning black community. Stephanie's race was no longer a barrier to employment and she'd find that her immigrant background was actually a boon because of her elite upbringing in Guadeloupe Stephanie received an education that most black women born in in America never had access to not only could she read and write in both French and English. She had some education in math and soon these skills proved incredibly useful in nineteen sixteen eighteen year old Stephanie was desperate for work anything she thought what would be better than the drudgery of being made and after spending some time in her new neighborhood. She found her opportunity. Stephanie often used the rarity of her education to her advantage and landed a position working as a bookkeeper at a local policy bank. It was a well paying and and respectable job. It was also entirely illegal when we return Stephanie Saint Clair are cut her teeth in the underworld policy banking and Find Opportunity in prohibition era. It's no surprise that kids who read books have better vocabularies and longer attention spans and a great way to get your child interested in books is with Literati Literati is a fantastic tastic subscription book club where you can easily find unique and interesting books for your kids. Each box has five age appropriate books based on a certain theme it might be the spirit of adventure or maybe the Animal Kingdom the box also contains exclusive original art and a thoughtful personalized is not for your child each month you buy the books you want and return the rest for free. You can even skip months or cancel anytime my son really loves CBS Literati. 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That's friends without the our best teams now back to the story around Nineteen Sixteen eighteen year old Stephanie Sinclair Claire had found herself back in New York City in a great era of change the Great Migration and the subsequent Harlem Renaissance had started the opening doors for black people in black majority communities and Teenage Stephanie had secured herself job as the bookkeeper of a Harlem policy banker anchor an enviable yet criminal position policy banking can be described simply as half lottery and half investment asmant because it was a numbers racket it was technically an illegal form of gambling and considered by police to be a misdemeanor offense but policy he banking was also a credible institution within black communities at the turn of the twentieth century at the time. Many mainstream banks refused to serve black clients science leaving African Americans with few options to invest their money as a result policy banking was created in communities like Harlem to fill this need participating in policy bank gave players a chance to accumulate large amounts of money. They wouldn't have access to otherwise this was was done through a numbers game a lottery like system where bettors would select a three digit number and choose an amount to put down on that number those who hit the lucky combination would collect the pot. It wasn't guarantee but if you won the reward from the numbers game was better better than any bank. Loan winters were paid off quickly and handsomely in tax free cash. It was a form of entertainment that everyone in the community could participate in and benefit from regardless of class or income all it took was a few pennies while policy banking was illegal it was also entirely non-violent a victimless crime and soon it was Stephanie St Clair's empire of choice for the next six years. Stephanie worked as a bookkeeper for the male policy banker. She observed closely paying careful attention to his strategies. He's and the way the banker conducted himself running Policy Bank Stephanie learned required shrew judgment and an incredible work ethic every day. A new numbers game was generated for clients and every day they coordinated hundreds of beds and thousands of of dollars not to mention the dozens of staff. Policy Banking was no cakewalk. It was a business after all albeit an illegal one and Stephanie Stephanie became a quick study during her tutelage under the policy banker. She Handley balanced numbers while also navigating a sea of different personalities. He's within and outside the business. Gaining better trust was a huge component of a banker success and Stephanie went out of her way to forge relationships nations ships. She became a face that people knew within the community and hers was a hard one to forget Stephanie. Saint Clair was a beauty by many standards she was tall and slender with fine boned features and an elegant air and as a french-speaking black woman she was somewhat somewhat of a novelty in Harlem Stephanie capitalized on this around nineteen eighteen while in her early twenties she began fashioning an an entirely new identity for herself built on the foundation of her mother tongue. She began telling people that she was European originally hailing link from the French city of Marseille to drive the point home any time. Someone asked about her home country. She answered their question in perfect French French. Americans she found could not tell the difference between a genuine French accent and the heavily accented dialect spoken on the islands of the West indies and so Stephanie began to successfully reinvent herself as an elegant European lady. It was all part of a new persona a projection of of how she wished to be seen as opposed to who she really was. Perhaps Stephanie obscured her history because she hoped to create an era of sophistication in her her new life in America or perhaps in some way. This newly claimed elegance was her dedication to her mother. Onslaught Saint Clair had been respected lady all of Stephanie's life until her husband's death. This refinement was important to her mother and by sending Stephanie to America she had taken a great risk in the hope that Stephanie would one day have the chance to become a respected lady herself. We can only speculate the reason for Stephanie's decision to claim a false European identity however the social climate at that time between African American and Black Caribbean the and emigrants may shed light on another reason in the nineteen twenties animosity had begun to build between these two groups partly due to jealousy in the US many African Americans were denied an education or at least a substantial one Caribbean immigrants however however had a reputation for coming to the US highly literate and fairly well educated. This glaring difference fostered resentment in black. Americans as the two groups began competing for resources and employment in an increasingly crowded city. Essentially they were pitted against each other by virtue of their limited opportunity to Stephanie reshaping the story of her origin may have been a way to avoid tension with her new Harlem Neighbors Clients Chance According to researcher Marco Valente. This is a somewhat common approach used among first generation immigrants in the face of local prejudice. Many times individuals will choose to adjust their names accents or appearances to better fit their adopted country however some immigrants will take this this even further and present a new identity entirely most often these false identities hail from a country considered more high status than their actual well home. It's a strategy that Valente calls covering European countries especially our common for immigrants to claim as their cover places of origin and so once again Stephanie molded her identity to fit her knees justice she had convinced the immigrant official on Ellis island that she was a decade older. Stephanie convinced the good people of Harlem that she was in fact a refined Frenchwoman and she nailed the performance. Everyone Stephanie Saint Clair met in Harlem remembered the Beautiful Frenchwoman who took their numbers game bets. She endeared herself self to her neighbors and gained their trust. She knew everyone's names and would ask after their children and their health as far as they knew Stephanie Saint Clair cared heard about them and with her their money was always in good hands but these niceties weren't without purpose with Stephanie Anthony. There was always an endgame in her early twenties. It was winning over the people of Harlem. She was deliberately building a reputation for herself. One by one person by person priming the pump for the day. She began her own policy banking business. She was just waiting for the right moment moment and in Nineteen Twenty when Stephanie was twenty two that moment arrived prohibition was enacted that year beginning a thirteen thirteen year long renaissance of organized crime of course mobs already existed prior to Nineteen Twenty but prohibition addition just fed the beast while legal saloons closed almost immediately the doors to gin joints opened speakeasy easies began to pop up in every neighborhood in New York City and many were based in private apartments. It didn't matter who ran the operation whether black or white it was all illegal a black man's booze was as good as any other the energy and Manhattan was Electric Stephanie was living living in a time where the boundaries between illegal and legal where blurred beyond recognition. Her environment was finally catching up with her personal philosophy. All rules can be bent right and left her neighbors were profiting off prohibition and more Harlem residents making money men into things a need for banking and a need for an entertainment outlet a place to use their new disposable income policy banking would fulfill both it was finally the moment for Stephanie Saint Clair to make her next move and this time she was taking a gamble she was going into business for herself. When we return Stephanie Opens her own Policy Policy Bank leading her on the path to becoming madame saint clair fame money obsession and these things can make athletes seem superhuman but what happens when those professional sports reveal the darker side of their humanity every every week the podcast original sports criminals investigate some of the most significant sports crimes throughout the world. They'll explore the dramatic collision course Savar most revered athletes and the underbelly of society. You'll learn about these athletes rise through competitive sports and how the discipline and motivation that brought them to the top served to push them into their downfall. Whether you're a rabid fan or a passive observer their stories carry significance for us aw listen and subscribe to sports criminals for free on spotify and anywhere you listen to podcasts or visit par cast dot com slash sports criminals criminals till this and now I have some exciting news for you to thank you for your unwavering laboring dedication and support. We've released our entire back catalogue of shows and they're already in your feed. That's fifty episodes of female criminals aminals that are available to listen to right now be sure to check out some of my favorite episodes like the one on Lizzie borden and what drove her to become a notorious figure ear or are episodes on Phoolan Devi the bandit queen of India who struck back at the ruling casts after she suffered violence and discrimination because because of her class and gender whether you're reliving some of your favorite episodes or hearing these fantastic stories for the first time these fifty episodes are available right now and don't worry we'll continue to release new female criminals episodes every Wednesday in the meantime get caught up on female criminals for free free on spotify or wherever you listen to podcasts now back to the story in nineteen twenty-three after six six years working as a bookkeeper in an illegal numbers racket Stephanie Saint Clair struck out on her own at age twenty five. She opened her own policy bank. It was a huge undertaking and it wasn't cheap either. She invested ten thousand dollars in the new operation an amount that would total almost one hundred and fifty thousand dollars today. It's unclear where Stephanie acquired the seed money for the operation. It was nearly impossible to raise startup capital as a woman in the nineteen twenties and black men couldn't expect to obtain loans from mainstream banks for their legitimate businesses. Let alone black women running illegal ones it was most likely from many sources including her own savings after all Stephanie had been working king for over a decade starting at age thirteen. If this is true then such a long term accumulation of savings would mean that Stephanie we always planned to embark on some sort of entrepreneurial pursuit like everything in Stephanie's life what she did was intentional but the start of her policy bank was notable for an entirely different reason though black owned businesses were beginning to flourish in Nineteen Twenties Harlem with the start of the Harlem Renaissance and Prohibition Black People still owned and operated less than twenty percent of all businesses in the area. The the remaining eighty percent was claimed almost entirely by white business people living outside of the neighborhood and of the few women owned businesses in Harlem most so these were beauty parlours or cleaning services. Stephanie was the only black woman running her own policy bank like most things in the nineteen eighteen twenty s numbers games were male dominated scene but ironically it was perhaps one of the few fields she could pursue or her success wasn't isn't narrow due to race or gender policy banking was already operating outside the constraints of legality and therefore didn't play by the same rules as other businesses in a normative oppressive society. It was a fitting place for a black woman to gain power crime gave Stephanie Saint Clair the freedom for her star to rise and it rose hi beneath the guys of the elegant French Lady Lady Stephanie was all work ethic from the start. She threw herself into the Policy Bank and when she opened her doors she was running. The operation peration almost single-handedly save for a couple of support staff. It was hard to attract employees as a woman who barely had a business to speak of so Stephanie got her hands dirty most likely functioning in every position herself as a runner bookkeeper controller and administrator until until she could manage to recruit support like many new businesses the beginning was a slog and like many the policy bank was also a risk risk. Stephanie Likely put the entirety of her savings on the line. She'd taken a gamble hoping that she could not only accomplish what she'd set out to do but that she she could be successful doing it. This was a tall order but she was prepared. Stephanie had trained for this role for six years working working under the Dapper mail policy banker as she built relationships with her past clients in Harlem and soon all of her years of stockpiling goodwill the community paid off the entire neighborhood knew that Stephanie was sharp and resolute she soon had a full list of faithful clients hance giving the Eccentric Frenchwoman their bets she was finally getting traction and with more business came more employees in the mid nineteen twenties before Stephanie was even thirty. Her operation grew from just a handful of workers to almost sixty employees forty. The of these employees were runners. Stephanie tended to hire discreet respectable looking men who wouldn't make a cop look twice they would go go door to door visit numbers players homes take down their wagers on slips of paper and return to the policy bank then they would hand the collected money from the clients to the controllers controllers were essentially accountants who would reconcile the money and bets with the clerks who worked under them and if a player was lucky the runners would return the next day with their winnings and each day the cycle would begin again the the operation was complicated and without the use of computers. All the adding was an arduous task running an underground gambling ring may have been criminal all but that didn't mean it wasn't hard work. Policy banks pulled their weight in the community serving as one of the biggest employers in Harlem. Some of the most successful successful policy bankers had one hundred or more staff working below them so Stephanie's business of just sixty had everything to prove and to Stephanie that meant showing her clients that she had their best interests in mind knowing her community was poor. She lowered the entry level bet amount to just six six cents creating an inclusive space for residents across class lines and as Stephanie Saint Clair began raking in the cash Harlem mm-hmm benefited. All of her employees got a percentage of that. Day's numbers bets outside of the Business Stephanie spread a portion of her wealth south to the community she redistributed money by funding neighborhood projects or granting loans for homes or new business ventures however the lion's share she kept for herself at the time policy bankers were referred to as kings and Queens and in a sense they were they handled a great portion of the money in their respective neighborhoods and lived like royalty as a result they were kind and powerful benefactors in their communities and it behooved them to curry favor with their subjects. The nickname could be more fitting for Stephanie who gained a reputation as a larger than life Yup Benevolent Hustler so she was dubbed Queenie in the Greater Manhattan area and affectionately called Madame Saint Clair in her Harlem neighborhood would a sort of wink to her though French heritage or perhaps a nod her vivacious sense of fashion Stephanie Saint Clair or Madam Madam was known for dressing to the nines no matter the day and no matter how far she had to walk up one hundred Twenty Fifth Street Stephanie Wore for high heels they were the foundation of her outfit often accompanied by a fur coat and a strand of pearls around her neck on her head. She almost always sported an elegant wide-brimmed hat and sometimes a turban. It was all very much in vogue. According to Researchers Chirs Carol J Share Bom and Donald H shepherd a person's clothing can greatly influence the behavior of others around them the way an individual Joel dresses holds a wealth of information from social power and socioeconomic class to personality and subculture these details in fashion ashen impact the way that person is perceived by those around them and thus influences how they're treated for example share Bauman Shepherd found that layering clothing and wearing certain colors can present a more authoritative image for both men and women. Perhaps Stephanie knew this inherently most most likely her flamboyant yet elegant wardrobe was intentional part of the carefully constructed facade of Madame Saint Clair and Stephanie could more in a Ford to dress her new identity in furs and silks by occupying a corner of the market that white institutions refused to serve. She became incredibly wealthy. Her earnings were tax free after all in her early thirties she began making hundreds of thousands of dollars each year and at the height of her career in the late nineteen twenty s that number increased to a quarter of a million dollars annually soon and she moved out of her shabby flat and into a beautiful brownstone on edgecomb avenue edgecomb was one of the most affluent streets in Harlem in an area known as sugarhill and she was in good company impressive minds of her time like W E B Boyce and future first African the American Supreme Court Justice Thurgood Marshall With live on the same street a few years later it was the home of Harlem's elite but greater greater wealth meant greater risk now there was more to lose and as much as Stephanie hated to acknowledge her vulnerabilities she needed to ensure. I'm sure that the business was protected so around this time in the late nineteen twenty s she hired the brawn of her operation to accompany her brains Ellsworth Johnson Ellsworth or bumpy as he was known in the Organized Crime World would go on to become one of the most notable notable black gangsters in New York City's history but before he was notorious he got his start as Madame Saint Clair's personal bodyguard and goon one or in more elegant terms as what Stephanie called her chief enforcer at the time bumpy was just a young man from South Carolina. He was gruff and skilled with a knife a gun or just good old fisticuffs. Stephanie trusted him with her life and more importantly her business. Stephanie found that bumpy provided far more than muscle to her operation. He was a quick study with a shrewd mind and as the policy bank rapidly grew she was in need of a partner so within just a few years bumpy quickly graduated from bodyguard to right hand man and together they transformed the policy bank into one of the most lucrative in Harlem bumpy and Queenie made an extraordinary Mary team there's was relationship concocted from mutual respect and admiration and perhaps love though bumpy was roughly ten years Stephanie's junior. He became her constant companion. Escorting her to the symphony or the jazz has clubs. She loved so much rumors began spreading that the Madam had found a younger lover in her bodyguard however these rumors were never confirmed the more likely the reason why Stephanie and bumpy got along so well was because they were so alike they were both fierce and ambitious with fiery tempers to match. Stephanie was known to be ruthless particularly if you insulted her. Should you question her character. She would go on a furious multi-lingual rampage. She could scream profanities in English French or even Spanish. She may not have been violent flint but the Madam was brutal in Her Book Harlem Godfather Mamie Johnson the wife of Bumpy Johnson writes that Stephanie Feeney was known to slip off her expensive high heels when angry unencumbered she would walk right up to an opponent and stand level with them daring hiring them to make their move it was this aggressive approach that Madame Sinclair and bumpy employed that elevated the policy bank to one of the most is lucrative and New York City and for a time life was good for Stephanie's Saint Clair and her lavishly decorated Brownstone on Sugar Hill she had bumpy by her side and the whole community of Harlem in her palms but as the nineteen twenties came to a close her luck was about to change a competitor was headed her way who would challenge Stephanie's Dominion over the Harlem Numbers Racket that Saint Clair was about to go to war and to win. She would need all the fierceness she could muster Thanks again for tuning into female male criminals for more information on Stephanie Saint Clair amongst the many sources we used we found the world of Stephanie Saint Clair An entrepreneur our radio woman and outlaw in early twentieth century Haarlem by Shirley Stewart extremely helpful to our research next week will follow Stephanie thank clear at the end of the prohibition era when she comes head to head with a ruthless mobster who threatens Harlem's Peaceful Policy Bank seen this period would spark a new life for the madame leading her to use her famous fighting spirit for an entirely new cause social activism activism. 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The Roast Of Bruce Prichard
"Okay. So today's episode of something wrestle is brought to you by star cast on client. What are you waiting for? This is all anybody's talking about nine only. Do you get the roast of Rick flair? Are you can make? But you get tons of other gray panels, like Cody and the young buck sitting down to talk about how in the world all elite wrestling came to be a thing. Of course, it's the last live something to wrestle what about Tony shivani sitting down with sting? What about Shawn? Moody sitting down with Brad Hart. Oh, and Tom mcgee's, there never know what they might be talked about. We just ask the Booker T show. We've got a tash show is still two dozen shows at Caesars and you can enjoy him. All right now, live on demand, and glorious HD for the low low price of fifty nine bucks. Just go to stark asked on fight dot com and you'll pick it up. There's two shows going almost all weekend across four days. So if you don't like what's on one St. is flip over to the other stage. And if you can join us in person, why wouldn't you into a who's who of professional wrestling, and you? I wanna miss it star cast dot com for star cast on fight dot com. And don't forget, there's to ours and stark asked us like star Cade and fight as f not star cast on five dot com. Your master ceremonies. I what's going on stock? That is way to pass. Come on, guys. Let's go makes the noise. It's a good time. Welcome to this row squawk. I'll get this other. I'm James matter. I don't know who to fuck IM either. So don't worry about right. It's gonna be a good. I know I look like an anorexic Joel gertner, but don't worry. All right. I've had a healthy diet of sour patch kids, and I'm excited. All right. And a second, we're gonna bring out this day have a good time. What a great crowd. How look good all seven women in this audience. Holy shit. Tonight. So good looking crew right here. Some of the toughest comic book readers I've ever seen in my life. Jesus Christ over here. This is gonna end let me get this before, even get it going. And I start roasting it. We know it a roast is you're going to hear some crazy shit. Tonight's people say some sensitive shit. I know you're, you're underground, indie wrestled Banja, probably more than twenty years ago. Fuck it tonight. It's old school. We're going at it tonight. All right. There's also a decent chance that this'll be God damn mess, but who cares because spite TV needs programming. And that's why they're putting the Bruce Prichard rose Todd sign guy. Dudley apparently is not available. All right. So let's bring it out. Let's get today on the stage and we'll get cooked come on get with music day or everybody. Let's go. Great comedians will be wrestle you clap for them. Former menu in now. Come on. Take a look here. Bruce. This guy come on. What about this gentleman over here? What do you know about this guy slammed Dix? Holy shit. Let's get all we're missing somebody who do you guys think we're missing here. What did they miss it? Give it up. Give it up. In. The box wermer. And then, you know. Deal. Bruce. Book this shit on everybody. Oh my goodness. Oh, we excited what come on? Look at this. Why are we here? You know why we're here, the celebrate the greatest wrestling podcast in the world. But Jim cornet couldn't fly. So. I guess we'll settle for blubber love here. This is exciting everybody. We have an amazing day tonight, full of all our childhood heroes. And after looking at them thirty years later, I finally realized our childhood sucked. Look at this crew, it's unbelievable half the group looks like Sean Waldman's dealers and the other half looks like its sponsors. I've been seen a crew of wrestlers this bad. It's the last EC, w pay per view who's going on last chilly willy. Don't sleep on the chilly willy line. Come on, guys. The first run over that's gonna be fun. It's gonna keep going to Bischoff. Don't worry about it. I'd like to give a warning to this day, I'm sure everyone's going to do well, but a hey, man of don't get too confident because at one point you're going to build momentum. And right. When you think you gotta picked up triple h is going to come in hit you with a pedigree out of nowhere and Barrio. You know, it's coming. That's why van Damme ain't common he knows the books happening. We're all on the comets petrified, people been working out and shit Taylor ate a sandwich, all kinds of shit's going on because we're scared I never been more scared of a room full of guys on our thrive in my life. All right. And one one lady, first of all, boys, twenty eighteen. We're real progressive one black guy. One woman good job. Everybody. But everyone's still great shape. Look at these guys, the great shape, we'll get this man. It's crazy. It's like the cassa Coon went on a bender of G h. This day city then need a nap every hour. I'd be scared to make more jokes. I'm not looking. I'm not giving it. It's crazy. We're supposed to have more WCW champions. We only got one on the day, the great Jeff Charrette you. It's crazy. Because anyone who did five minutes and WCW Cup of coffee got the title, right? We couldn't hear everyone should have got the belt. Let's look at the great list. We have got great Eric. Why didn't you get the fuck it belt? David Arquette got the belt Russo. Got the belt. JJ Dylan's Pena's pump got the belt. Some conduct bills rubber fucking check ins or whatever he got the title three time champion. In addition to this great panel, we have some wonderful surprises tonight. The observers reporting that Mabel will be the third roaster. Yo I haven't seen a schedule though. I think he's got a long term book and elsewhere. But whatever. Not soon enough. Dp was supposed to be here. He cancelled last minute. He had he went back to what he does best working the door at a strip club. Kevin Nash, Kantha Las minute, he went back to doing what he does best working at the strip club. Which get Cogan, but he said this day wasn't wide enough. There you go. But why worry about who isn't here? It's about who is here. We got the man of the hour. The man with no power Rio Rogers themselves. The group Richard everybody. Come on. Bruce pressured is a national treasure. Unfortunately, that nation has been as well, though bankrupt. He debuted as brother love at the survivor series in nineteen ninety where he wore more bronze than the whole jersey shore. I haven't been to church since I'll be honest about that brother. Love's scared more kids away from church than a Catholic priest and Pennsylvania. Brother. Love's great man. He had power to heal audience members. You remember that episode it was great. He touched the blind person and the allegedly could see and what they could see was that real Rogers was a shit gimmick. Damnit that gimmick was so bad. Glacier, wouldn't even take in. All right. God. If I could only find the person who came up with that gimmick. A glazier. Hi, eric. After years of being brother love. He went from that to being bits. Mcmahon's right hand man, why the right? Because Brusca's lousy hand jobs with his left. Pat, agrees everybody. He said it assholes get a job. He went from WWE to TNA where he worked behind the scenes. He did a great job. They're replacing Terry Taylor, which is like being president after Jimmy Carter. If you can't succeed you should fucking kill yourself. In fact, I think Jimmy would have been a better Carter to run TNA Dixie. Right. Any of them? Vince? Gary beyond say Knowles, Jay Z. They might still have a real TV deal. Right. Where do they are now vine? He is now, the main dude on the great podcasts something to wrestle with where he is known for plethora of great impressions, my friends. They're the best, right? Macho man Jerry Jarrett, GM cornet, Vince McMahon. And of course, his best in oppression of someone who knows what the fuck. They're talking about every week. He makes shit up every week. He's so full of shit. His next gig is working the gorilla position for the White House. Show the talk a lot about chicken salad. Sure, is full of chicken shit. I think it's all because bruises memory is shot from years of smoking weed, bruises smokes so much pot that Matt riddle scared a testing for Bruce. An all seriousness this show. It's the best show and we needed as fans. Right. Because we need to know all the truth, that we didn't know growing up all the inside shift from WWE, TNA WCW. And guess who's the guy to give it to us Bruce, right? Yeah. Great. Thank God for Bruce, because Pat did a podcast we couldn't fuck it understand it. Now, I think we're warmed up we have a great lineup tonight. Man. You guys sound awesome. Great wrestlers. Great comedians. We're gonna have a good time. We're gonna miss off anything could happen embrace it laugh. If you keep laughter into becomes guests, we don't need that shit. All right. Things could get weird great. We can brag about and Drake about a later. Thank you so much for coming to this great weekend. This is exciting. A celebration of wrestling Indy. Wrestling the rebel spirits. The renaissance the golden age of wrestling podcast. Let's have a great time tonight. I'm gonna bring these guys up you give them love laugh at everything. Thank you so much. What's great Shohei body? Let's go. Let's kick it off correctly. Everybody. Your next performer you've seen on America's got talent and nothing cents proving that America is fucked give it up for the most masculine man in the room. The great. Can you remember James everybody? Wow. Clapper, James mazing host MC. You guy. I was so happy when I found out James is going to be on this show might think they're so unless famous than me here. This is. Jesus christ. Everybody. It's so cool being here, kind of say that, like I've been wrestling fan, my whole entire life. And he wrestling fans here in the crowd. That's cool. This is such a big deal for me when I found out that I got for this I call my mom right away. I said, mom, guess what? I just got a call from Conrad from something to wrestle with I'm going to be flow into Chicago to be on the to Bruce Prichard at star cast the night before all in. And she said Taylor. What the fuck are you talking about? I think I would have no one knows what we're doing everyone here when they said people are we doing this weekend. Like never mind. This is going way better than I thought they were going to be honest. My family would be more excited for me if I was doing a roast at furry convention. It's amazing being here. The highway all happen book club. We got up shirts all over the place book club shout clapperboard club. That's so cool. That's why they started this whole thing. That's why we're here. It's amazing. I can. Criticize them for a second. There whole gimmick is stealing things from other people like the two sweet. They got that from the click, you know, respect even the whole idea book club. They stole that from the city of Chicago is crazy. Thank you. Thank you very much. Thank you very much. I'm thinking guys up here. But one last thing, just because we're in Chicago. I feel like I have to say this, this pong coal Cabana thing is tearing the wrestling community apart. See 'em pong. Give seeing punk. You're so cheap man seem punk is so cheap that when he joined w they should've made him be called Scotty Goldman. All right. All right. Let's focus on this amazing. They as Jewish cheap joke. Okay. I'm Jewish, right? Chabad Shalom Shalom Bill after. Okay. This exciting. We realized movie star here on the dance. I'll make up for. Ex-. Ex- pock everybody. Oh my God. This is so exciting. Grades. Hardcore champion of the world, by the way. I here's a new movie Comey. I'm really excited. It's called one night inside the ugly weird dog. He brings everywhere. I'm really excited to see that. I love your dog. I'm sorry. Please don't fake. Please don't fake hurt me, okay? Off limits. I'm sorry. You said, I can't talk about that. It was on the list of things. Okay. I'm scared right now. So terrified night, even joking Medusa. He's here. You said loudly. Medusa. You say you really do live up to your name, by the way. Like, when I look at you part of my body does turn to stun. My eyeballs. My eyeballs that was the that didn't work. All right. Whole cabana. Let's talk about that. All right. Let's focus. They'll just jokes fill in the blank, Joe. Like you're so beautiful, like, but there's no other woman here to, to roast. Apparently. I. The same person who books, this rose also booked, the greatest where rumble and Saudi Arabia. I think. You guys give it up. Medusa former WF woman's championed, by the way, that's amazing. Keeping the scariest looks. You know why she was the world champion the women's world champion because she was the only woman's wrestler in the world at the time. Her most famous match was with a trash can. I don't give it the controversy where she put the trash inside a trash can my worship. She put it the recycling bin I dunno. I dunno. Pat Patterson Clapper, Pat Patterson the grave hat powders. Legend's suite man. You know, he created the world rumble is that's true. Right. You created you created the Royal rumble you're the creator. Yeah. It makes sense. It makes perfect sense. What do you think about it? Think about it. What are the rules thirty men in the ring at the same time? A new guy comes every two minutes. I mean. I think. Not yet. Wait a minute. I have three more jokes than you can do it. Okay. Three more jobs. Okay. That joke that joke was over the top rope. I'm sorry. Really? That was funny, but not. Okay. Whatever I like you guys. I, I liked you. You guys this, this is going way. But okay. Patterson. I'm very jealous. If you by the way, how cool is this kind of special like your initials are also your favorite things to hold in your hands like how cool is that? Actually, the only other person I know of whose initials also favorite thing to hold on to see 'em colts money. Okay. Everybody focus. Let's focus here. Jerry Briscoe, the legendary Jerry Briscoe. Whereas Mr. Briscoe. Oh my God. Hall of Famer Famer. You know, the Briscoes discovered hulk HOGAN and Florida that this is true. True fact, thank if it wasn't for this man, right, here, we wanna have Mr. nanny. I'm sorry. I'm sorry, Mr. n word. Jerry's native American. He hates things giving. Almost as much as Conrad hates vegetables. Okay. Jeff Jarrett is here. Clapper. Jeff Jarrett, everybody. Graham. Kind, man kinds, and never heard me. I Meyer you so much. This guy has been world champion in almost every organization. He's been in all he had to do was create them and make himself the world champion. For real. You stayed on top for decades, and that's impressive in any business. He's been able to evolve over the years. He's gone all the way from double j two double A. Pat patterson. Patterson has made a career writing some of the greatest matches of all time. Pat loves helping young men. Get their shit in. All right. Well, most we're almost done sorry, I had easier. I'm sorry. I'm sorry, Eric Bischoff. I'm so scared right now I have to get out of here. Eric bishop. Martial-arts. I'm so scared. Eric Bischoff Cogan called in easy e that was that whole Cogan call them. You know, he's named after that rapper who was injected with aids and died. I think called him that 'cause that's what he did to WCW. That joke. He's not smiling. I'm so scared right now. Eric, I love you. I got I got to shake your hand while you're walking to the ring when I was twelve years old. It was such a great moment in my life, probably not the best moment in your life because I just got back and giving myself a self high five in the bathroom before that. Okay. I have to get out of here in conclusion, Bruce, British beefcake is here. British the Barbara beefcake Clapper this man. I, I don't know which one of your gimmicks is my favorite like you were. Nothing matters. You were the barber you were the accolade you at the toll booth operator. I loved all of them. I'm so scared. Jesus christ. Bruce later, Richard, everybody that's verse create shared inside for everything. Bruce asks me, like why are you here? Roasted me. I just wanted to free trip to Chicago, honestly. That's really brother loved the original big red machine. Originator of red face. Bruce, I love Bruce. Conrad really loves you. You know, the reason he loves you so much is because the most popular thing in Alabama is brother love. Actually true. Bruce used to be over. And now you are overweight. Bruce has strict regimens stay in this shape. The shape is Rambus, by the way every morning, right? When he gets out of bed, he doesn't our DP yogurt. Cool. Conrad's getting married to Vic flare his daughter. That's -gratulations to them, very exciting. When RIC flair out of shape, son who can wrestle, he was like, damn already have one of those. I'm so scared. All right. The only match BRUCE'S everyone is Burger King of the ring. Bruce sells t-shirts has FDM stands for fat dumb, man. Nice. Just kidding me. Bruce, always says, fuck Dave Meltzer. Conrad wants to fuck Dave Meltzer. All right. Inclusion and concluded on. Bruce Prichard allegedly got fired have to bring in a weapon to work turns out macho man's not the only one that got fired for pulling out on Stephanie. Okay. All right. That's all for me. Thank you very much. Everybody. Love you brisk richer. Thank you for having me, everybody. Taylor Williamson everybody. Taylor williamson. Not coming to the WWE network anytime soon. We're off to a great start. Let's keep it going. You're ready. You're next performer is one of the all-time, great cruiserweights junior. Heavyweights light heavyweights. He's when the most popular wrestlers amongst dogs net. Drug sniffing dogs and airport security. Please welcome. Welcome him before he by lights parole. Give it up for Sean Waldman, everybody. Come on. What to do? Could tell us what's. Ready? Hello, everyone. Chicago. Oh. We got two words for you. Thank you. Like Jesus Christ. I'm just trying to bomb out here. I'm not trying to crush it or anything like that. So if any of these jokes. Don't work tailored, Williamson, wrote them. So anyways, you know how they have that put on after someone tells joke things called a rim shot or something while we don't have a band year. So instead of the rim shot, I'm just gonna do this, and everyone goes after every that way of the joke sucks. I still get a reaction after everyone. This is quite possibly, the most embarrassing thing I've ever been a part of in. Do you know anything about me? You know that saying a lot. Twenty years ago, I was scanning on a tank with deacs and now I'm standing on a stage with a bunch of old drunk men that are tanked fucked up. Are you? The legendary Pat Patterson is here. Everyone. One of the greatest thing in ring performance about time. It's things to anyways, one of the greatest thing being performance of all time, and one of the greatest mind, and I was trying to come up with something to say about that. And you know, it's easy to go. And like all these other guys and bring up the sexuality, and I just think that's low hanging fruit kinda like is balls. That's an old man balls to gold men's balls. They hang down real low. Oh, I forgot. Thank you. That's why I read not because my memories this shit's and it's not from the pot. Where am I? Oh, hey, great to see per Barbara beefcake care. Thank some noise. I was a huge fan dream team. Greg, the hammer Valentine was great. I love Brutus. He's a great guy. But if you hung Brutus for being a great work, you'd be hanging innocent, man. Sorry. Easy. Eric Bischoff in the house here. I don't really have much. I love Eric now a lot of people know that Eric wasn't always on my on my favorites list. He fired me by FedEx while as out recovering from a broken neck. I was just gonna say you serve. So my career was all downhill from there. Thank God almost bucket and done. Disgrace. That's it actually Bruce Richard demanded our. Richard. Known Bruce along time. I, I met Bruce in nineteen ninety one in Dallas at the sport, a Tory and make some noise for the sport at toria. Yeah. For the sport Oreo. Then in nineteen Ninety-three ended up work Bruce, again, and I left and went to WCW came back work with Bruce again, ninety eight and Bruce, actually produced the segment where we invaded deacs at the Norfolk scope. So, yeah. But if you guys are pissed off that we didn't get into the building, you can blame Bruce. 'cause I the one that told him we should have gone down the tunnel verse. But. Any ways that wasn't even a joke, but still. So all day people have been looking forward to this roast and keep coming up to me, and tell me we can't wait to see you tear into Bruce pressured. And I'm just oh shit. Let me make sure I read this to there's I don't think I could handle tearing another ass. All. Thank you. Bruce. Wallman everybody give the great. Thank you for putting that, I'm glad it's over. We got fifty four more acts so keep going, I, I hope he drank fucking coffee, going great. I got another wonderful act. You know what to do? Your next performer, you might know as the orchestrator of WCW when they beat WWF in the Monday night wars for eighty three straight weeks of fact, he hasn't shut up about for what feels like eighty three years, please, welcome the fellow who talked Stacey Keebler out of playboy, or as I like to call them that dumbest son of a bitch in the room off everybody. Bad. Made. And welcome to the shoe world order. Shirts available on Eric, Eric dot com. Yet when while you can. Now, this is crazy, 'cause I got here, I knew I was going to be part of this, and I heard there was gonna be some great comedians writing some great material, and I got here, and I said, anybody got my material, and they all looked around and went. So I'm up here. Trying to be funny all by myself. And I am the least funny motherfucker you've ever met in your life. That is a fact. We'll see about that Jeff. You said you were the least funny, but I swear to God, I have no sense of humor whatsoever. I just don't see fun and anything. I really don't nothing makes me smile. Nothing makes me laugh. Well that one joke. Pat, it can correct me up. But you notice I moved over to Pat real quick. Now, this is it's an honor to be up here to, to honor, Bruce in this fashion to be up here with a great panel of people many of whom I've known for so long. I met Medusa when I broke into the Awa in nineteen eighty seven my very first road trip with Verne ganja nineteen eighty seven you probably don't remember this, but it was a meaningful moment. My life we went to scottsbluff Nebraska road trip. We're all in van we got the scottsbluff Nebraska, the show was the next night. We got in late. We're all just saving money. We didn't have a big budget. Verne was cheapest fuck. So we had a split a room when I'm thinking. I think I'm going to give yourself. Because Medusa had to share a room with me. So I got my game on in my mind. I got it all on my mind. I had my plan. I knew what I was gonna do. Head my moves old down. We got to the room, we got into the bed. We had this share. I looked over Medusa, I went fucker arms or twice a size of mine, if I do this, and it's still good on my dead, man. So Medusa I didn't make that move. And I hope you forgive me for it. I know you probably ever since that you've probably been laying around in bed at night, Tam, why didn't he make that move? I'm sorry. But I just wanna say, Bruce, you know, I went to the WWE, you all know the history I don't need to talk about the history to, but you've all heard it, an eighty three weeks. All the time. So I won't go into the details of I went to the WWE there was, there was a little bit of heat. They're almost put him on a business. Stephanie hated my guts because I've probably almost over dad into bankruptcy. I mean there was nobody that liked me, right. Half the talent that was there from WCW wanted to see me burn in hell. What the hell you don't have to agree with that. So I walked through the doors that this is gonna be a great opportunity. I could make friends with people that used to be my enemies. I can end my career high note, everything's gonna be great at who did I make friends with literally five minutes after walking through the door. Because Bruce was he was my producer all of the segments that I did he produced because these Pat Jerry nobody else wanted to go near me, fuck it. You produce I don't anything to do that prick, but Bruce to up and we became really good friends, and believe it or not, I had more heat on me, because I was friends with him, then I did because I almost put him out of business. I thought Stephanie hated me. She only really hated me because Bruce, I became France. But Bruce, if it wasn't for you. I wouldn't survive the two or three or twenty five years, that felt like in WWE, and I'm grateful for it. Thank you very much. Let's give a big hand to Bruce sprinter. And by the way, before I go, I just wanna say all not I'm not trying to be funny. Clearly. But I am grateful for the time spent WWE because Bruce has become one of my best friends, Jeff at I Sean, we'd be we've gone through a lot together. Medusa Jerry actual he I'm only friends with them because he can still kick my ass. And I'm afraid not to be Pat, nobody. I have more respect for Buddhists. You've been down the road with hall myself, and everybody else for a long time. So I am very grateful to everybody on this panel into all of you. So thank you very much. Keep it going. Bischoff. Come on character show. All the comics were talking after that. We're really looking forward to him running a company again. This is a great show. We're gonna keep it going. You excited. Coming to the stage. You know him from the Howard Stern show. He's one of my oldest friends, but he's acting very weird tonight. I don't know what's going to happen. Please. Chicago welcomed the great Shuli egg. Shoe? They. How we doing everybody? Before we say anything, I just like to say that we all need to put our hands together give around applause, Mr. Cody Rhodes, the book club, all the guys put this together. And most importantly, the mortgage king himself one, Mr Konrad motherfucking Thompson. That's right. That. Only pop louder. Nat is the one is fucking foot made when he'd lunged for a twinkie falling off a shelf. You fat fuck what's wrong with you? Conrad? Thanks, a new shirt to sell every fucking day, mostly, you are suckered into buying and wearing them right now here's a shirt idea for you. Conrad ready you don't have to sell everything. Signed the Jews. Thank you. They met. Conrad's now on patriarch. You could pay to take a look at Conrad. Here's my theory on, if I wanted to go online and watch someone overweight, and pay money for it. I'd give sunny the twenty bucks to watch your finger fucker. So. Tell me how big Ahmed Johnson's cock is. That's a he'll turn motherfuckers right there. Ron is here. Lazy gel brilliant, brilliant, man. Or as Cogan would say one of the good ones. Over there, the bearded Joan. That's Mike Lawrence. That's not the. Yeah, that's not the bludgeon brother's son who still lives in the basement. Taylor Williamson is here. Taylor. Nobody knows who you are. Nobody knows who the fuck I am. You know, that's just the world we live in America's got talent. So much talent you wouldn't be here. Asshole tell you that right now. If I can get serious of Mark out for a second. You know, I grew up watching huge fan, my whole life, being able to hang backstage with these legends was amazing Bruce, the barber beefcake I got to shake the man's hand and talk shop with them. Next thing you know, he's, he's asking me for a bump. And I'm like now with my back and I turn around and it's on the key. So apparently I misunderstood. I don't wanna see the punch coming. I just wanna go out. You know what I mean? So I'm not turned into the side. John wall men's here. Sean, had some troubles in the past, Sean got busted by TSA smuggling, meth through an airport. Fucking dumb. You have to be to have TSA catch. You do anything fuck an airport. I flew here today with three pounds of weed up. Blue means ass. Okay. Shot out the blue menia love you. Kevin Nash was supposed to be here. I heard he pulled his quad jumping to a conclusion earlier. I wanted to compliment the guy I wanted to say, you know, all the bad president of the bad publicity. The guy's got. He's a family man guys devoted. He's been tempted. He's never swayed unless somebody offers them, a better wife with less dates. So then he would. To my favorite legends of all time, Jerry Briscoe, Pat Patterson. That's right. Two guys that can stretch you out in two completely different ways. Jerry's the man, I got to talk to Briscoe backstage he shook my hand a little bit of shit came out of my ass. But I learned something I didn't know this Vince bought Jerry for twenty five cents many years ago. Did you guys know that? Jeff Jarrett on Jeff Jarrett. Jank. Jeff, you are an inspiration to moderately talented. Children with overachiever fathers everywhere. Again. I don't wanna see carbon just lights out. All right. But just know I wake up with smelling salts. I'm a real Jew from Israel. You guys are waking up with fucking lawsuit papers the next day. Okay, I'll tell you that right now. Now, our Bruce Prichard. I don't wanna say outright that the man is dumb. But in an old archive episode of something to wrestle with Conrad asked him about a Caribbean strap match. And he asked me said, Bruce, do you know where the Caribbean strap match originated and BRUCE'S hundred percent. True answer Caribbea. You know how dumb you have to be. W have to be for me to be up here with a mask and glasses on, and you still look like a fucking idiot. Dummy, Bruce wants dummy is Bruce wants told me he banged the black chick period, just because I asked him if he ever got color the hard way. Anyways. He don't turn mother fuckers. Expected, some friendly little Jew up here dance around step on the glass. Fuck yourself. What's talked about your precious to these fucking impressions? This asshole does every goddamn week. I got a request for an impression do. An impression of guy who has third heart attack shut the fuck up forever. Can I get the suck? It thing. Thank you. I just wanted to do that. I gotta say, I had a I had a really good moment with Bruce last year. They came out to New York to do three sold out shows at Gramercy theatre, and we were out just me and him. We stopped in a place to get a slice of pizza I've ever that fucking disgusting pizza. We had. We got to sit there and got to have one on one with him. And he I asked pointblank, I said, what's your favorite memory and all the years you've been doing this? What's your favorite memory? And Bruce start for about half a second. And he said, my favorite memory is the time that I took down, Jerry Briscoe. Jerry. And I quote that the only guy that went down on him. That's a he'll turn right there. Yeah. He said, Jerry when he took you down. And I, quote with ease was his exact words, he said, you went down faster than Medusa around marine. That's was exact words. Yeah. I'll be honest with you. I just wanna see you beat the shit out of or at least fight winner gets blown by Pat. I don't know. I'm up for anything. You guys been great. She'll everybody love you. Bruce love you all. Hey, everybody. Keep it at go man. You're next performer is a trail blazing lady in the world of sports entertainment. After years winning ladies championship at Awa WWF and all Japan. She moved onto driving monster trucks, which gave us all something jerk off to that wasn't grave digger. Which he was a wrestler in the early eighties. She gave us all something to masturbate to that wasn't moolah. Thank you. She's the only person here who's been finger poked to death worse than Kevin Nash. Please welcome does. Does. Police shit. Well, thank you. This is an honor when they really. Wow. This is great to be up on this panel here with all these swing in Dixon balls. I'm telling you, we Conrad asked me to roast, Bruce pictured. I thought, oh my gosh. Now, this is my chance just to come clean with everything remember I love you. Oh, and by the way, Bischoff everything on your body, small. But I love you. I love you. Wasn't for you. No. Like Pat said. All right. So. Excuse me. Hey, so this is really an honor, and I'm really excited here to be roasting. You Mr. Pritchard and roasting health. I don't even meet, but I know somebody that would your me. You're me. It is with distinct honored to be here this evening with all of my colleagues and fans roasting. Dear friend, this semi talented ask kissing gender bullshit, defending word Smithsonian. Mr. Bruce pressured. In wits. I've found really attractive in a weird daddy priest brotherly way. But sorry, Bruce, I only dreamt of having sex with your brother. So that one time you came onto me. I was thinking if your brother I apologize, your brother was so hot and you were just a fat fuck back then. I remembered you around the laid eighties and nineties. For brotherly. Love that. Daddy, priests thing. My first thought was, oh, dear Lord. How in the hell did he get that gimmick? I was really jealous. If you because your makeup was on point much better than mine. Hell, I couldn't even Ford better make because probably Bischoff was paying me. I was still kicking ask the independence and working for Bischoff. You had this really cute pig's ass face with pink tones with your makeup. I mean, it was just on point, and it really would have made the Kardashians jealous. Then, then I was like, no. You know, no wonder no wonder to take an a look at Bruce pitcher. No. Wonder why I wanted to fuck his brother to same after long discussions with some your co workers? They felt that you were getting this. Huge push for some reason. And they couldn't understand why. And no one on the roster. Just really couldn't get it. However it explained. Why your bosses where you know why? Your boss you where your boss's right hand. And his left hand. And I'll just leave it right there. After. Well. Okay. So we cannot take away your accolades and hard work as a performer, you are an amazing talent. Hell you're the reason. Why would watch you are so good? However, you would probably have most altar boys wanting to lock their doors. It totally validates why the Catholic community locks their doors when you're coming into town speaking of coming. Jessica Hahn says Hello. And for me to tell you she still has that restraining order. You fucking Perv. So with much respect I am not here to kiss your ass, even though when I just came over. Well, when I walk by you in the past, he smelt like, well, triple h is ask it. It doesn't matter how many times you mail triple asking. Hey, man, when am I going into the hall of fame or how many times kisses asked on your podcast, China will be inducted? I. I don't know about you, but I like porn over pedophile. Cz. This is all in good fun. I think you're an amazing person talent, and a wonderful friend me. Thank you, congrats, buddy. So please, you can start kissing, my hall of fame ring, ask, because that's closest you'll get to be in the hall of fame. And you truly live up to your own shirt. This is great. Come on give it up. Who's still over with me? God, dammit. She's still over baby. Give it up come on. She's still over. You're saving your engine tomorrow. You lazy. He didn't bring lozenges to get ready. All right. All right. This is great. We're halfway through our we cool. What? I'm not fucking beta. And we got more great comics more great wrestling legends. Let's go. Here's the managing. Well, you may know our next performer is being the son of a promoter who constantly said, well, you know, he's a multi time world champion and a multi time gay cowboy, please, welcome the crown prince of chicken salad and the only horseman Paul Roma was better than Jared about. I am really uncomfortable. Because I am Eric. I'm gonna I'm definitely not a comedian. I mean, this is the last place I should be. But I'm coming up here. My good friend, Richard. I'm not a comedian. I feel like Bruce barber beefcake in address room full of talented wrestlers, completely out of place. No, no, no kidding. No kidding all in Wiki, and we wouldn't be here if it wasn't for all I am. Very side to be a part of it. But there's a lot of stodgy going around a lot of memorabilia a lot of feel good moments. Medusa was great on stage. She still rocking the double Jay mullet from the nineties. Here's what I really don't get sucked. What other kid is is. Me and air, the only ones up here these freaking comedians, come up with their phones, and they're skimming through. And everybody's got their notes. Why can't you just do it from the cuff? This isn't funny. I'm not trying to be funnier. But what the hell and we'll get pissed off if they call fake about our age. We'll out about her weight. We have a hometown, and we get mad, if they call this fake, so. Bruce, all kidding aside. From day, one until now relationship has been very tight. It's been very constant. It's, it's gone from the double Jay era to all the way up to your podcast and there's one common theme, there is there's been Sabaki roads. But that's but there's been one common thing. You, you made me spell my name, and all those kind of things. But one thing another, I've always got you over all the way to the podcast chicken shit the song spell, the name to something. No. You didn't get me over anyway, folks, I appreciate it. But in here, but I'm going to pull a little card out of the deck that I've done a lot of times breaking. And in Memphis, I used to watch a guy who was in the dressing room and he was a great promo guy. He was a great in ring guy. He was a great Booker. There's nothing that he couldn't do. But literally it. I'm not kidding that the best part of being around this guy would be in the Jason room when he would start story time and jokes. And all that kind of stuff we saw him for years and years on Monday night, raw. And I just wish the comedians were come up here because this guy would burn their adds to the ground, my friend, Jerry the king Lawler. Come on up here. He saved me what's he's done. It tire career. Now, he's coming states to save my non comedic cast. Here's one thing in in closing. Yeah, when I got sober, I definitely not, thanks for coming out. Thank you very much. Now, how do you follow an introduction like that? I suppose to be funnier than all the comedians that everybody's been up here. Right. Thank you. Right. There's your best line of the night. It's not hard to be funnier than all of these comedians that have been up here tonight. Thank you, all for being here. Thanks for asking me at the last minute to be here because I, I was actually not supposed to be here. Supposed to be doing. I don't know if a panel or whatever with Terry funk talking about the empty arena, match and unfortunately, Terry is under the weather, so we had to cancel that. So. I was upstairs watching the Cleveland Indians game. And they called me and said, would you come down and be on on this? And I said, look, first of all, I'm not going to go down and sit on a panel with all of these guys and let them roast me about younger women. I gotta do it, right. I'm not embarrassed to be with younger women except when I have to drop him off his cool. That's. Okay. Okay. Caisley when I take him out to dinner orders sketti. That's. But enough about that. I didn't I don't have any material of anything, you know, I mean, we're not didn't come up here. Like all you guys said, I'm unscheduled. So I'm not ready. I don't have material. Thanks for the word. So I'm just going to tell one quick story that I remember about Bruce. And, and it's really not funny or anything. But it was just like. When I first came to WB, Bruce was there, and then I was gone for a while, then a little bit later, then you were gone, and Jeff knows, you know, we talked about down at Tennessee. I used to, you know, we used to run territory and booked towns. He and. Me and his father, Jerry, Jerry reporters and think Bruce made a few comments when I think Jerry came up to the WWE for while and Bruce, made a few comments about, you know, that our territory didn't pay all that well, and all that stuff. Right. So I mean, we were sort of known for that we didn't, you know, didn't have a big territorial time, but then after a lot of you may not realize this what's Bruce left. The WWE went home Texas kinda just hung out for a couple of years didn't do much this even happened before you started the Mamad you thing, JBL, I think, Bruce, ran ran a couple of towns. Right. And so it was kind of neat for the fact that he got to see what it was like to be on the line promoted, town and promoted, and, you know advertise it and all the stuff bring in the talent. And so he brought me in as one of the one of shows that Iran is on the main event. And it didn't draw very well matter of fact, it's kind of embarrassing, and, but we still went out and did the show. And I think Bruce was so barest that he he left early. But he was he was and, and he is wife were there. But he left early any left his wife and charge and told her to, I guess, to pay the guys or whatever. So it you know, the show is over. Everybody's waiting around and Ted a little office BRUCE'S wife called first match Ian and. To pay and we were out there and suddenly, we listen and. It was obvious. That they were having sex. Right. I mean like mad passionate sex, right? What the hell is going on? Right. So then, you know, the door open the open Mets leaves. On the second bats. Go in same thing, here, the Mon in the grown into no guys, obviously sex going. All right. Third match goes in same thing semifinal match. Oh my gosh. It was even more so than than the first by this time being the other guy, the main of it like, oh, baby. This is going to be nice, right? So sure enough to. Guys that run a semi-final come out, sweating like crazy, they'd leave. She calls me and the other guy in I'm already thinking my pants. She says here's one hundred dollars. The other guy one hundred dollars. I said, wait a minute. What's the deal? She said, well, Bruce left me in charge, and he said pay the main event one hundred dollars fuck the rest. I don't have anything else guys. Thank you for having me here. Bruce. Thank you. Keeping king Jerry Lawler, everybody. Come on. Topper Jerry Lawler. This is great. Kinda glad he's in and out because we're all nervous because he has a history of violence towards comedians. Right. He piled trove Andy Kaufman, he smacked Harry, we don't know as moon salt at Amy Schumer shit's real hair. All right. We're moving. We're got comedian next excited. It's a great rider man. He's written for many television shows, he's had a half hour comedy central. He's walking free bird. He has like all represents all three of them. He's got the hair Michael PS Hayes, the torso, bam. Bam Terry Gordy and the wildlife style of buddy Roberts, come on, keep it going for the great Dan, Saint Germain. Yes. What a great guide abso- excited, I had a follow Jerry Sandusky, all her. It's gonna be. A tough. It's gonna be a tough act of, you know. Jesus This fucking crowd. If only there were a warrior ward for type two diabetes. This. This place is filled with more juggle than a women's shelter. God damn if this panel was any wider Brutus the barber would snorted off Medusa tits. This day is set more and words than hulk HOGAN trapped inside a roscoe's chicken and waffles. Medusa. I loved it. When Charlie's there on play in monster. And. Brutus pay attention. Okay. Where's that fucking pussy? Conrad Thompson booked me to do this shit, and he's not Conrad, thanks, thanks for asking me to be here. Conrad works I family mortgages, although everyone on this day is on their fourth. Conrad tops and you're getting married to a flare. Jesus christ. How much did Rick borrow from you? Hey Honey, daddy borrowed. Fifty grand I needed to marry a guy who looks like what would happen if the mom from what's eating Gilbert, grape fucked viscera tits. Come on. Conrad chins up. Conrad got his start selling mortgages in Alabama in the back there's a pool and there's plenty of space on the porch to set up a burning cross. Conrad spirit animals. The fire hose they used on, Malcolm. X. Buggy. Follow this shit mother fuckers. Xbox you what happened rat fucked, Amy wine house. You wore black face, which is the closest Vincent man has come to pushing a black wrestler. Ex pack is the only guy, here's absol- ruptured without the help of Pat Patterson. A lot of people think XBox, he'd is when he get booed, but it's actually just what you sweat from holding Kevin Nash's luggage. Tragic, mike. Kevin Nash didn't show up who says he's not a Republican buddy through area mysterious in a wall. That's the only way Trump can come. Jesus. She's crate, Bischoff, that was such a bomb. I thought we were at an hour on 'Grande concert. Eric Bischoff is here as Booker you buried more wrestlers than Oxy cotton. You do eighty three weeks with Conrad because that's how many has left. Eric Bischoff is taken more from the Japanese than the atomic bomb. The amazing people Bischoff got to work with after wrestling, Scott Baeau Dennis Rodman. Billy Ray Cyrus and various other D And hepatitis C west celebrities. Jerry Weller puppies, aren't Teddy's there, what used to get your last three wives into your van? Jerry. Jeff Jarrett, went to rehab in two thousand fifteen why so long did you finally sit down and watch one of your matches? I can't wait to be alone in the detox. Shift, Jared going back to TNA was about, as hopeful as Chris Brown renewing vows with riana. You held Vincent man for money, which honestly, I don't know how that gives you a bad RAB. I'm sorry. You couldn't put in a new jacuzzi in the shape of Trish. Stratus. Why not instead of the XFL you give these mother fuckers health insurance. How about that instead of fucking another vanity project? These guys are fucking trying out there. It'd be better than the that when Trump is impeached, PISA ship. Dp also pushed out and didn't show, DP is a motivational speaker has that work. Hey, kids, if you can pull off a shitty Arcadio and dress like a night manager at a Margarita Ville. You too can keep Jake Roberts sober for an hour and a half. He. He also appeared in shark tank, which is what Medusa calls pussy. Jerry Briscoe is opposed to be a bad ass. But he, but he looks like what would happen if Ricky steamboat melted? I'll, I'll let Frodo no you want your ring back. Now onto the man of the hour, Burs pressured everybody. Bruce Prichard was so lazy as job that Vince, McMahon mistook him for Jim Ross's. I. You're the Jeff Bez of selling triple X shirts to divorce truck drivers and your face is redder than Missy Hyatt's. Clint after CW Christmas party. Tom, Tom Prichard couldn't be here because he was too busy doing well, anything else Jesus Christ, man. You made Vince Russo look like the fucking Coen brothers. Bruce, what did you actually come up with? You couldn't get a story line on TV heck you couldn't get a gun at a Nashville, and then you sadly attended wrestlemainia twenty five as a fan. Hey, who's the guy crying into an HP K shirt? Oh, wait. That's just mardi Gianetti. Bruce Prichard spent all those years, suck convinced dick. He didn't know what to do when he worked with Stephanie. It's not that she didn't have one that she was using hers to fuck triple h. But. You know. But, you know, all series is didn't make fun comics tonight, because no one knows who the fuck. We are besides Pat Patterson took one of his dates to the trolls movie, I've, I've been, I've been obsessed with wrestling my whole life. You guys. Give me so much. I mean I'm series. But as a love everyone of you, I hope don't kick my ass, but you guys got me through my childhood bad times. I respect you more than I've respected any comedian grown up, and I, sorta got Bruce and Conrad you've got the best to ask the world, keep doing what you're doing. This was an honor for me. It was an honor for me. So thank you very much. Okay. Well, well, well say to maybe give it up for the king sad style dance. You make. Yonsei his podcast total marks. It's really fucking good. All right. His coho sucks. But it's all right. All right. We got a few more this great man. How great is this the bath? We go. Keep it going man. We got another wonderful wrestling legend. Here are next performer is the author of the book, Strutton and cutting, which is exactly what you do after reading it. You'll strut your razor and try and cut your risk. Please give it up for Brutus the puck and Barbara. Hey. They really had tricked me to get me here to do this. What a what a waste time on believable so absolutely I'm prepared as everyone else. But Shaan I got you beat brother because Eric fired me, not only by FedEx, but by facts. Yeah, we're in all Kogas Mercedes facts came out of the glove box. Hit macho man ahead stuff. Hey, I gotta give you credit though Eric because gimme a race after that. So. Great. It was a great day. And you know, the Brutus the barber thing. I give Pat Patterson credit for that. I don't even know if Pat if you really came up without the whole Barbara thing. He doesn't remember. Another lifetime. But I always give Patterson said, Brutus, who came up with the side, the barber man that it was a greatest thing. Patterson. He had a companion. That was seems Louis cut hair said. I think that it was a big rib on me, change peak aches, gimmick, they're going to call them the barber. And then, then what's it gonna do you know in the wrestling business? You have a haircut matched once once a year, and that's it. So where are you going to go with it? Well. I don't know what happened. But somehow we wound up being to turn it into a game changer, man. The barber thing caught on and people. People went crazy with it, and today. Thanks you all. And because it's been a great ride. Now, Bruce, this whole brother love thing. Never did figure that out. How that came about. And why, but I guess they really got bored production room one day that somebody drew straws and you got the one and, you know, so they said, all right, we're gonna put him on TV and I've been thinking trying strain in my brain. Remember story. But I can't. And Jeff and you know, you're the best in there's a new territory that your dad come by you'll be a new champion. Oh my God. It's been a great ride and wanna thank everybody and think, Bruce, to 'cause Brutus the barber beefcake just keep getting reborn, and you know, maybe can't Russell, but can't talk either. What we're here tonight. For the man and hope we didn't let you all down. I'll come on give it up for the barber. Come on the bobber. Yes. All right. We got a few more. I'm gonna keep it going ready. Come on. Get it up. The waiter arose battle on comedy. Sancho the only man here barrier than Prince Albert give up the great Mike Lawrence. Come on. Everybody. Yeah. This is fucking also give it up for yourselves. And Conrad Thompson put this whole thing together runs three podcasts and mortgage business to don't stretch yourself too fat. You're only person fast food, employees fear more than Jim cornet. I actually thought table for three was a show where Conrad eats by himself. Conrad is engaged to Megan flare. Starlet God, all of Rick's charisma ring psychology, and let us and Megan got his poor marriage decisions. Conrad is the Forrest Gump of wrestling, lumbering simpleton from Alabama that somehow stumbled his way in a meeting, all sorts of great people. Plus, he can rattle off the names of every shrimp, dish. Jeff charities ear. Let's do this broke Bank mountain. The only memorable angle you've ever been in is Karen. It's true. It's. This rose is a lot like Jeff just wondering, what will finally be over. If I was running a promotion book, Jeff the same way, I tell Conrad how to fuck you should never be on top. It was once said about shift Charrette that he broke six thousand guitars, ever a time that is not true. I think it was closer to seven thousand guitars. Jeff Jeter got emotional during his hall of fame speech earlier this year because he had forgotten what was like being an arena. Full of paying customers. You're a wrestling terrorist. Just spreading awful garbage everywhere. You're like, oh, some bin Laden, except he was able to make two successful impacts. And you can't even make one. Oh. Oh. Eric Bischoff firing by facts and fix the nineties improving tonight, his delivery is still shitty. The only thing harder than getting through Bischoff podcasts, Virgils dick on box of blue. I'm sorry. Vincent dick. Do you don't need blue to be stiff prick? Eric Bischoff brags about creating the N W O. We all know he stole the idea from Japan. What did it stand for again now without Orientals? Eric Bischoff believes that controversy creates cash remember when w w went out of business because they lost millions of controversy. WCW was a lot like Eric Bischoff hair. It took him years to finally accept that it's died tragically. Katie vick. I mean Medusa is here. You look like someone threw you in the trash twenty years ago. No, I love Medusa. She's a real butter promo. Her work in the ring, and sputtered many future women wrestlers face inspire the name WCW's hog wild. Say she's unattractive. I'm just saying that. Once she wrestled Jerry Lawler, actually focused on the match. He wrestled in WWF has a laundry, blaze, which sounds like the venereal disease, Sean Waldman gave her. Call me turnbuckle because I'm about to tear you knew asshole. You know, it's been a crazy life on wearing black face was the most sensible decision you've ever made. You really miss them as arc on that one. Many times, have you seen your kid one two three. This man can still go put him onto five. Why are you still alive? Man. Let's make like the Brooklyn brawler and give it for Pat. Patterson. The only thing more broken than your Spinks is English. I'm guessing you didn't win the intercontinental championship by being able to pronounce the words intercontinental championship. Your dick has been showdown so many people's throats should rename at Roman reigns. Don't tell my wife. This is the happiest moment of my life. Gerald Brisco is here. If, if you're here, who's standing still outside of the cigar store right now. It's funny that Charles eight of American and yet, pats one with wounded knees. I remember what I saw you on raw. You are so old dry tough. I thought I was staring at bay Young's pussy. I think Terry Lawler, slobbering somewhere because I just said young pussy. Harry look like just went through a divorce tonight. Jerry, all the proof that you either die, a hero or live long enough to see yourself replaced by Byron Saxton. He's held artists. He's really great at drawing but only in Memphis. I don't know why he left early. It's not a school night. Sairy actually told Vince go PG because he thought TV fourteen was too old. Let's give it up for Brutus. Never been to the barber. Beefcake. His greatest loss was when he was defeated by Ricky. The dragon speedboat. Doctor said he'd never be able to wrestle again. While fan said he was never able to then either. It's funny that is like six foot six and making fun of them. Still feels like punching down. Did you play over fifteen characters? Brutus beefcake zodiac disciple, the butcher, the only thing you haven't been is good at any of it. That he is hoc Hogan's best friend, his spun true friend, because when HOGAN fucked his wife, you had the decency not to film it until at Gawker. For Bruce Prichard everybody. When I got asked to do this, I promise I work really hard and not phone it in like your show on the network. To getting roasted was a terrible idea. So I'm guessing you won't take credit for it later. He is my second favorite brother love and wrestling. Besides that video of page and your woods. Bruce's from Houston, which is fitting since the boat, be washed up again in a year. He was uncomfortable to watch on camera, because he was never as good at delivering his lines as he was at snorting them. Bruce was head of talent relations, because even though he's not talented. He's related to someone who is. And he's always defending McMahon on the podcast. Dude, you don't have to play devil's advocate once the devil fires your ass. Does it feel to know that Vincent rather bring back, the XFL than you? Stephanie was actually the one that fired him. And there was not a lot of pomp and circumstance because that song still triggers her. Speaking of figgers, he brought a gun to work that day he didn't fire it. But I wish he did it would be the only time he makes entertaining shoot video. Thank you so much, guys. I love you. Y'all give up. Boy, Mike Lawrence. Come on Mike Lawrence about. Two more acts than Bruce than to go out and make bad decisions meet and greet will be here after is the greatest night ever. What? This is the real tight town rumble, baby. All right. Come to stage its next guy's got a wonderful podcast called getting better. And he's the only person on the day that Brooke HOGAN isn't allowed to date. Please give it up, Iran, much, everybody rob punches. It's fun. I'm not as mean as the other comedians, because I'm actually happy with my life and successful. I'm going to do my best and just be honest and tell you how I feel which is very excited and happy to be here with some of my heroes that I grew up watching, and some people who, who have met this weekend, and, you know, I know I don't know all your names, but I'm sure I'll learn, you know, six months from now when we're all back together for Conrad's funeral. He doesn't look like he's doing. Have you seen them this weekend? But he sweating more than Jerry Lawler at team. USA. So much five. Just grew up. I learned so much from you guys. Learn about talk and promos from people like Bruce, learn about hitting people over the head guitars from for. For. I even like masturbated to one the people on this day because of their beautiful hair, and they're big breath. And of course, I'm talking about Brutus the barber grief. As I think it's very rude that all the jokes about Medusa in like sex jokes. You know, she's as a wrestler. I don't think she was ever about that. You know, she's trail blazer. She's the women's champion she did so many great. So many great moments through the, the belt in the in the trash, you know, even now, she started her own energy bar company, you know, goes to show that, you know, she's willing to do any bad idea to history. Also, I don't wanna make fun of Pat Patterson for being gay. That doesn't seem fun to me. You know, must have been hard to be in such a masculine dominated industry guys, wear short tights, and oiled. I will make fun of you because you look like the ghost of Christmas past. Sounds great to see some guys up here. Like trying to do comedy, you know, good the show that you guys are just good at pretending to be entertained. I love Conrad. I love Conrad he's a great salesman. You know, he is you have to be a great filled in this industry. A lot of people are I don't understand how even do this job. He's making money. Does buy rehashing great ideas that people had in the past. I'm sorry. I said Conrad Eric Bischoff. No. Eric had great idea. There had many, many, many great ideas like the end up you whoa, cruiserweight division and two. Ideas are good amount ideas. Deals toe. Oh, crazy as days, we got Boehner pill salesman, porn stars guy who tried to sell you cash for go. I'm not even sure if this is a roast or my Email spam. Talk about brew a low birth. You Greg got voice, then you don't dress. You're like Larry, the cable guy he was funny. Brew came up with some of the greatest idea of my child. I mean he set next to the guy who came up with some of the greatest, I'd be of my childhood and probably got him coffee. That's important. Sometimes that's how you got us vives by being asked. Bruises one of the best asking is in the world. Good kissing is. He's really good at kissing. Triple h is. He has his lip so far of triple h is you could probably tell you the flavor of China's last wrap. Ron budgets, everybody around. TV fourteen. Guys. All right. We're almost at how great is the best show ever man is great real quick, before you bring up your special last members of the day before, Bruce real quick. Give us out people helped with is watching at home. TJ Fogarty mad love to this dude, Nick Angelo audience, Omar, give it up for him Scott chaplain, they helped out with a lot. These guys worked hard that I man, give it up. I had individual intros for these two, we decide to put them together. So I'm not gonna waste time these to the grates all fucking time. The first Intercon champion a legendary tag team champion several times. I'm very scared of these guys. What my ass if they're nurses say, it's okay, please, come on give it up for the stooges the greatest in the world. Mr Pat, Patterson, Jerry Briscoe, come on everybody. Jury sky wrote my lines there. Pat, all by God, I gotta take a piss, you know. I like a lion on you. I will what the first time. You know Pat. Just story telling you love him. You know what I mean? Who's that route? You know, probably who spent the most time with Bruce purchase and, and in their entire career was probably you and then me second. I got a question. Was it really? Eric was it really three eighty eighty three straight weeks. Not ready. All right. Pat, what he says, straight you getting? Okay. I go both way. But you get it problem down. A highway, you know, you get to become very, very close friends with people you learn secrets that sometimes you wish you had known. And that's that's what we learned about the guy set known thrown down there. And, and Pat, one of your favorite stories about Bruce, Richard what no he's boring. What he doesn't play golf. He doesn't play any sport. What can I do? That's I'm glad you're here. You're gonna talk. So that's the reason he got along with Vince McMahon so many years there. You know, one time just a quick story on Bruce pressure area. Everybody up pairs echoed, you know, Bruce con followed Vance around, you know, is kind of kind of that guy that was TAT's to, you know kinda like wall. I didn't rear pocket there. But Bruce never reached for that, while they always reach for vents while there. But, but what we're doing TV where we're riding TV at at, at your house. Now, Pat has one of the glass houses in Connecticut. Remember that glasshouse you had Bruce. Gimme gimme cows. But he the entire back wall was completely glass-plated, and I'm a Florida board. I come I come come up from Florida and I get involved always heard to work habit of these guys, you know, Bruce, and Pat, and specially vent, so, so I'm, I'm there writing TV and all of a sudden storm start to blow an end. And, you know, we will, let's take a little bread go have gone. So we go down on one of PAT's favor places in one of those Connecticut town never committed to memory. That's worst place in the world could be the only good thing about about Connecticut. I ninety five south, but anyway, so Pat, has this beautiful glass house, so we gotta lot and, you know, I see Vance vets vets got this body on me, take the all these GMC supplements. You know that you buy over the counter there, and I see him taking. And I say, Bruce, take himself and, you know, we go back to Patasse. We start working. All of a sudden, you know, Pat. Vets vets opens up, and he passes gas, like you've never heard near life. I may just at echo those glass page that house path was just shaking the sound like a freight train coming through, and then Bruce, Bruce decides to the follow up. And so he passes gas and God knows attacks ask passing gas, not a pleasant. So the pad. Okay, Pat, so pack gets ready to pass gas at all white. And it also. All there is no more. So anyway, so Bruins says cured go the bathroom now. Why vet sexy supplements, because you want good, Bruce steaks to supplements because vets does no particular reason. I'm look that body there. I mean not. No, not five but anyway, Bruce goes back well known that I got very weak. Some Bruce goes back to Pat bathroom. He lays one he lays one out for for all ages. So. Briscoe. Don't you have to go the bathroom there? Waiting for me to go the bathroom. So I get up and I gotta go relieve myself go off, and there's ever wear. So I saw vomited and come out and they're all laughing made Bruce Bruce, Bruce would do anything that's asked him to do. And, and some of the things wouldn't ask him to do, Pat. You remember the time when he cleared a hotel and Boston, Massachusetts for two nights in a row. I think one night was in your room and he had up and the fire alarm went off. The next night he comes to my room. I think I'm getting the story right. Not. What's not truth under story at the delivery of store. Okay. And my sore almost on my way. Anyway, two nights in a row brand new hotel, the Balsam embassy hotel, Logan airport four hundred and fifty five dollars. And Bruce got Vincent credit card needs tipping everybody. So second died in a row Brusco come to my room and he said, I'm most show, we how Cogan doesn't so he goes in my bathroom. Why what? No, not another one of those. So he goes in the bathroom comes out this, hairspray, he said, Bruce barber beefcake hall Cogan miss trick, and based off was room. So we gets ako walks over. He gets up in its share holders. Should I put in? Aac to hair net out put over the fire extinguisher. Oh, pretty Britain, Brutus and hope told me how to do that. They do it whether you know, it's right. Where'd you go Patterson? I'm left alone. Again, so anyway, so Bruce lies up Bruce lie. You know, I'm I'm just watching as all I'm doing, I'm just watching Bruce lights up all of. Two nights in a row embassy, suite hotel everybody that weight rooms so we go down the lobby the night before everybody in hotel, evacuated damn room. So we go down lobby. And Bruce, r look Bruce looking around. We're the only two mother fuckers a lobby. True. Bruce. We're only two parts are. We're already took guys obvious. Here comes the security guard over. I guess you guys are in room, seven twenty eight or seven fourteen. I think it was. I have. The robos very aboard birds. So you have Bruce jester as that. I was in there have my room. Yes, he was at I get up and leave Mr Richard. But he he's a friend but he's a friend that, that will not let you in his hotel room, if afar. Alarms going off, and that happened to him again Seattle Washington, but it was in my room this time. So Bruce, six Audie runs down to the to the end of the hallways. Four rooms down. He's running. Fritz running. This was three hundred. Plus, this does he rode nineteen seventy four Bruce furniture. The birth. Mark was this big at that? So anyway, runs out all of a sudden I look out my hotel when did. And I see fire trucks, Seattle, seatac far department is coming to my door. All of a sudden, I see the elevator doors open. I'm looking out PICO I see firefighters carry an axe far hose. So I run out my door there around 'em my door. So I run down bag on BRUCE'S door. Bruce that me. He peaks out have a little change picks. Bruce. Let me and they're after me. No. Why do you mean? No, I'm not letting my fuck fucking room at your father. Here's sit my Rome, and who's the blame the engine. So, of course, I take all the heat again I go down there. Well, I was just taking a shower turned hot water on. This is how you told me live to the to the first responders. Just tell me taking shower pass out in the seat and all the steam set off the fire alarm there. So if you ever get predictable now you know Bruce Prichard story, but anyway, it's been Pat Patterson deserve to be making full myself, but. Dubai me a beer. So wait a while talk. So anyway, ladies down. One of think each and every one of these these these great members my co workers here on this stage for their great delivered. And and when, when Conrad called me and Conrad, I need a lot of help. He said, don't worry, I got you, Pat Patterson hard three writers. He hired a black guy, Jewish guy, hillbilly, and I get Pat Patterson for help, but ladies down this honor, Bruce person, one of the greatest guys that you'll ever travel up and down the road with I've spent fifty years with him. Pat. Patterson spent seventy five years position that I don't even know wait a minute, Jerry. Wait a minute. Wait a minute, repeat when I left her you started talking about the what? What tell me I didn't hear would you do it again. A little. About the fart talking about passing gas yet story. All wedding. They went. Where'd you go where you go? I feel so good. Messer MAG man's, I approve of this. But I. Well. I can't make you laugh because what I was Bruce, that we were just working. Period. Really the we laughed up people that we did every day, no matter what it was would laugh but I can't make you laugh. That's all. But later, I want to sing. All right. So who's next? Thank you. Well, when I think about the hours that I've shared in a car would Gerald Brisco in, Pat Patterson. Those memories are memories. I will never ever forget. And you know, speaking of sharing and being in a car. Well Turow is appear to peer car sharing marketplace, where you can book any car, you want wherever you want it from a community of local host and turtles available in over fifty five hundred cities across the United States, Canada, the UK, and Germany, with over nine million users worldwide. 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Do we feel good? Or what? Tom one last act bucket is come on man who put this shit give it up. You gotta get up give it up. Bruce Richard butcher. Well. Love you. Something I never said anybody on this fucking sage. Felt like it was longer than they'll Billy gyms all things. God damn. Finally, in the maybe. Yes. Show on you'll get there someday. And million around here, the comedian, the guys on stage and just goes to show. They'll let anybody on this stage, except Tony shivani. What his funny because it's true. James, bad are hosting idea. Do an incredible job. James is from New York City. Yeah. New York City, he talks fast. He pretends to be much more talented than he actually is. Are you? Sure, you're not Vince Russo. Just checking there, I had to make a list, I had to make notes because I'm old, and I, forget Taylor Williamson merica got talent he doesn't. But with that body and voice, I was looking at you think how the hell did we miss you for the divas division? John wall. I met him was lightning kid. We brought kamikaze kid and then one two three DUI kid. Well away. Nineteen ninety-five called actually was rehab. Forget about it. You know earlier today somebody was complaining about a guy walking around with some old dog on his arm. And for minute. I thought that they were talking about Sean, and then I figured it out. They were actually talking about Medusa husband. You started it. But is. Lies. Say that we had to have a lady on the day. Why are you here? May not just kind of curious. Off my friend. Love eric. Eric produced Monday nitro WCW thunder. Scott Bao's forty five and single so saying how about a biopic of that entire time called Eric Bischoff forty nine in desperate. Eric blames AOL and Time Warner for the demise of WCW, and I called bullshit on that. Until I found out Eric's. Real name is a O L Time Warner. Hughley. Do the fucking mask. You know, I met him out a year ago, my show in New York City, and he's like, hey tried one of these, and it was a vape pen, fucked me. Thank you for that, by the way. And the immortal words of Michael Hayes Iki Jesus. Sorry, myself. Body. Double jay. And the work in or on the go. Yeah. Your dad didn't book this what the fuck are you doing up here? Scary. They had that. Allies stalled his gimmick by singing and doing the guitar said no allies has talent. Jeff walls, they trail as because long before there was broke back about Jeff was portraying gay cowboy in the WWF. Dan, Saint Germain. I don't even know who the fuck you are. I got nothing these guys were supposed to write shit for us and they still all going that was good sit. I could use that. Yeah. I got nothing Brutus the fucking barber. Beefcake. Broach. Red gives you shit you over like Rover, motherfucker, and beefcake was over. So I wanted to honor him. I wanted to play beefcake match for all of you. But I wanted to guys laugh cry. Be for busted his face a horrible, parasailing accident way back when, and that's excuse for why he looks the way he does. I didn't know you were into parasailing Medusa. But it's okay, my brother's brothers doctor, he can fix you. And of course if you have already be sure get Brutus book. It is exactly like his career, boring sad and doesn't sell. Oh shot to see Jerry Lawler here. I think he got confused because the day care convention was at the Sheraton. No, he is a hell of an artist and they said, even today could draw anything, just not a house. I do have a funny story about Jerry Lawler. One time Vince McMahon came up to Jerry, Jerry. I'm celebrating my eighteenth wedding anniversary. Can you imagine being married to the same woman for eighteen years? This true story, by the way, Jerry looked events. Vince, I couldn't imagine being with someone eighteen years old. Mike lawrence. Spike Dudley, fucking lasted all day and crafts services never took a bow. Speaking divas division, Ron funches. How fucked did we miss you? And somebody wrote this joke for me said that Ron funches looked like a pedophile in the beanie baby. Fucked the kid, I fucked up that line. I have no idea what it mad at all. And last, but not least I have to think patent Jerry for at least coming up. So I didn't have to follow all those comedians, especially Ron funches and completely boring. The fuck out of you that story, Gerald. You know, Pat, gave me great advice all throughout my career. I just wish I could have understood some what the fuck. He was talking about. Jerrell Gresko, Jerry. He puts Jerry geriatrics. Got nothing. But this inside. Thanks, pats breath. It's horrible. It's kind of like it's, it's terrible. And this is the first time that I've ever seen your breath and deuces crotch in the same room. So. Of lot. But anyway, it all serious. This is a true honor. This is amazing. Conrad said, hey, we're gonna Roche your ass fuck cares. And it is amazing. Everybody coming out here tonight, every single person on this day as great friends that I thank you guys for being here. Appreciate it. All these comedians down here that stole the show and made me laugh by ASA. I thank you guys. Don't forget right after this. We're gonna do karaoke me and they're gonna sing come on back. Pat Patterson is going to sing and we'll have a grand old time. Thank you very much love. You guys. Come on give it up the gripe pro switch. Pros pressure and give up all the wrestling superstars on this day, S my boys. The comedians doing their thing. If you have your ticket stay here for the meet and greet you gotta have your ticket for that real quick. Shout out. The Conrad Dave Selva MAC, give it up for that. Give a coating the young bucks, putting together all give it up. Give it up for yourselves man. It's been a great time. Thank you so much. 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