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QLS Classic: Stephen Hill

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QLS Classic: Stephen Hill

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Qr code customers scan your code with their pay pal app to pay you learn more at paypal dot com slash. Us slash get qr code. Of course love. Supreme is a production of iheartradio. This classic episode was produced by the team at pandora pleasing gentlemen. My name is love. this is q. l. s. classic back at classic costlo supreme episode. This one was a doozy This is probing december seven th two thousand sixteen however the night that we reported this was the presidential elections kind of came in the door thinking that hillary clinton had it in the bag and midway through the episode. You just here mass. Because we found out the winner it was going to be that night and we didn't know what was in for anyway stephen. hill Good friend of the show performer executive. Now just general. Love music journey with us amazing. Show hope you enjoy steve hill. On plus loves classic december seven thousand sixty pre roll. Call suprema self remote roll. Call up pretty much so pre roll call. Prima goal name is quest love resident. Miss nothing nothing. The president took so long fremont my name is fontaine. Yes my style so elegant. Some even say yeah. I'm too intelligent. Spell the name steven just like our guest. The only difference so free free role bills. My first name middle name is earl waiting for some reruns of sita's world com prima supremo up a little sad. Yeah 'cause we shall obama gone. I miss her band. So prima so free. Steve i got data base put holding your own. Hr so suprema roll. Give yourself the end. I i don't want these still here. I'm shocked are still here after all this time. These german. what's up. Welcome to another episode of course loves supreme. I'm your host amir quest thompson and we have another great show for you this week on the soda day. We have the president of programming at bt networks. Mr stephen hill. We'll bring him on in a minute before we do that. Let's check in quickly with team supreme. Hey how you doing. I'm good man. has some foolishness. Some foolishness jump off at the crib today. Happened my gosh. Shot as i got a. I've got to go home and like cba. He was shot in the stomach. Excellent back and so. Yeah just another day in the life my brother. Hey y'all do how're you doing. How's your uncle doing right. Well i mean he's he's he's in critical condition and he's he's on a respirator i think and so he had surgery and now here's another surgery because it got What was he hit is It took some of his to take something small intestine. I think and it hit some of it but at exit which is a good thing if exits but if it stays desam you. You're totally fucked if days but They had to take some small intestine but he's sixty four five and he already has like some other health issues so it's a lot so but but not another that i mean but but i'm good man. Everything else is a everything else is cool. This is that fontes spot on with deadpan. Just waiting for the punch response was the last guy shot. Wait a minute. No i mean but But nama he's a praise on. But even then i'm cool. I'm in new york city okay. How's your family steve. They're not been shot okay Just wanna make sure everyone's that's good. It's good bill. Lie you you you guys go. Yeah everybody is alive. You know and i'm excited about this new year. Yes that's what it is. What we're calling me and i'm excited. What does this new year going to bring us home last hills saying you know january special for right. Yeah well not here because as a woman when you turn them babies and no husband is a look different but quest up are going to be like always out of the country january twentieth gifts. Here's the thing though. Because usually around inauguration time My birthday falls on. Mlk day an inauguration day so people just naturally forget. It's my birthday and one time. When i turned thirty i thought. Oh okay you you remember okay. Why not go way. Back to philadelphia so the tasty tweets collective. I thought like yameen. Stacy were like set me up for like a thirty birthday bash. They were like yeah. We used to spend the next sunday. Because you know special night on monday and i thought it was my birthday wore suit. I was having walked in room surprised one. I don't wanna embarrass myself from a girl's house is like probably the. Bfe's let's go and we win a vip. And then i was like oh. You're really wanted me to dj tonight and there was like three people there. S fucked up story. January twenty birthdays but it is Even even when obama got inaugurated not one person remembered. It was my birthday except for mash momma but it was a historic days. That's almost like you know what man. I have some similar having a w that was almost like i was married once in a former life and our anniversary just so happened to fall on the same day that michael jackson died. Oh no and so now. Yeah we went out and we went out. One night i used to throw a party down riley and it was just a regular just of just a dance party and so might died that day and so in. My party was on thursday. It was on thursday night and so mike died that day and so it was also our anniversary and so my wife at the time wanting to go out and she wanted to me surprise. Said okay cool. We'll come how we celebrate. Whatever but mike it died. So i'm fucking bill balls bill. He had a gig somewhere in atlanta. He was in atlanta and so he damned crying and shit. I'm on the phone. I'm on the phone fucking like just cry like dude. Why am i crying. Michael jackson but i was fucked up so we go out now so we come to the party. Everybody shows up the black high waters on the white sox and loafers and everything and so we just playing michael night going in and my wife didn't really get that much attention so then later on as we divorced as you probably could gather Later on she brought that up on continuous. Like i remember. We went out that night and it wasn't even our anniversary y'all celebrating. Michael jackson is mattel. Now's like oh. She tried to blame. She celebrate no michael's life as no no not that that was a catastrophic divorce. But just as to say well. I felt i wasn't. I didn't get my attention. That night. And i was figuring it out and i was like listen. Michael jackson like i mean we will hopefully have other anniversaries. I mean we're not but there's only one michael are you fucking kidding. Me like you didn't make thriller son into the world. Okay cool like right. You gave me a son. I went off the waldo so that was kind of you know you could see why barry soi maybe didn't last but we're great friends now and it's cool but but now i hear you whenever big events happening you can't compete with that and you just gotta accept it we. I didn't know that i can compare rule. Life relationship matters with al classic. Look on my face light up right now. Dinner was okay but you know it wasn't appropriate. Might have been loved. Six was we love. You announce this amazing laugh that we got in the room. Because i don't think we we said about our guest is up here. Oh what's do sorry unless guests. Yes i think yes. Let's do it like what since you don't make me do it. The man because on the saturday night fever men boys and girls the man who has shaped the narrative of one d first black t. channel in our nation. The man that gave us the real prince atribu have low. The man that kept teen low. Big all seater doesn't city joe. Clear chris thomas a great joke arabia rhythm so husband's a hollywood hills here. Y'all i can call you mr president so you gotta call me something. Because there's another stephen here so we don't you wanna know why we call and can hold onto that name. They wanna know why we call them the short short version. Yes he has diabetes. So you can laugh about okay. I we we're five minutes in. And so far we have a guy who has diabetes. And somebody who's got shot is just say mr hale. Congratulations on being the most successful radio person ever to go into tv. I you know people have dreams some of us and you have lived it. so congratulations. Radio stole shoot one thing so you say that's hard to resist. Excuse me for calling you when say successful careers. Wait to get back to radio. Really want to go back to my love radio i love no no no i i. I grew i grew up. I wanna to be done simpson. When i grew up. I grew up in the back to the idea of radio. I wanna go. I wanna have listened to his dealing love. Supreme have some point in time you the idea of radio the idea of music and personality and having discussions about music. That's what it was when i was in radio. You wanna know some. I'd spent two days in dc. You know. i love the fact that howard station. Still the best station and the world yet allow w. h. u. r. Is every radio station and the word that's because it's an independent. It's not it's not owned by one of the conglomerates are they the last mohican in a black music in the united states. Close to or besides stephen. Abc up steve. Good positioning on your radio down. Everybody else's eighty something. What s college colleges below ninety two point three. If you're below ninety point three year either publicly funded or college above. That is where you where you start playing with the money. That's amazing yeah. So but h h you are but yards not owned by any of the big you know people who own five hundred radio stations. So they can channel yet. They aren't so there aren't beholden to any contracts to play this certain song many a day so the auto show up at this station. Why do you have these romantic visions of radio as it wasn't your childhood because it was that way when i was in radio i like i missed is like i'd be like the rip van winkle of radio got out of it a certain time then fell asleep for twenty some odd years and then go back and expected to be exactly the same but it wouldn't be right first of all. My voice would be a tape computer and it was the question. Would you go back. Terrestrial radio would you try satellite or internet or a pandora. I would try anybody who would have great music and talked. Great folks. Great music stephen hill. That's fascinating statement. Humane there because i know the thing is that you know i understand that i mean this is almost like a relationship like do you think with your heart or do you think with your brain and lately. I've been accused of this like cats always kind of joke. Like oh you're such a suit your suit meaning really. Yeah yeah yeah no just well. I'll tell you why after you a suit. Yeah i think you think like oh okay. That's interesting but why do my suit is accusing me of being a suit. Y'all innocent shared so you get. Where does that come from. What what they mean about it. Yours thing number one. I'm see i. Don't i get offended. The idea of me being over calculating or overthinking really. Didn't come into play. Until like i think like a pitch work review of the tipping point. I mean slowly. And only because pitchfork was such the emperor's new clothes of a record criticism that other critics would see what pitch for saying may. Were start that was like the forecast immensely between two thousand five and two thousand eight. I started seeing. you know. He over thinks everything. Which i'm an okay. Granted like it's lazy journalism. We you just see what they say man you paraphrase it but then i personally got offended because i just felt like why is the black guy like why do i have to be accused of thinking too much but the thing is that i feel like life is science on science. Or you're going to go on faith. Okay you christianity science. And i'm not saying. I don't believe in faith but i believe in science i believe in numbers and i believe in and i believe in circles and i believe in transparency patterns. And somehow i don't know. I feel as though it might read less authentic if it's planned ahead of time as opposed to people just like the narrative of the spontaneity of magic happening and it does that like a guy like prince and business from a coming from a scientist is listened to at least i'll say that put in a good one hundred and fifty hours of listening to principals and stuff that the average guy would run out of patience of listening to. I'm george clinton's greatest quote about princess like damn and even that cat rehearses his spontaneity. No it's just like to me. I mean that that might seem sudi like the the idea of over preparing and that sort of thing does he reads less authentic. Because it's scientific and not. Just i think it would be. That doesn't recycle. Just the of a person just putting into work for the craft. You know what i'm saying. I think sudi would be i. We don't get max martin to produce the new rules album like that would be a soup thing if i mean if you let's do the first thing for our next record scott storch was a member of the right got stores the first thing. He hasn't been a member. A member of the roots for but scott stores did the most. Okay scott storch. Being considered a member of the roots. I'm trying to think of a great analogy is it's like He never left like the thing is that you never leave the roots me okay. So is clearly still root coal-lease. She for like six months. See but the thing is is that the roots are like steely dan. You know it's it's it's fake him. Becker and then once players but i i understand the romantic attachment to members. Like why do i love the revolution like princess. Better more technical musicians but my heart's always with the revolution and i understand people's attachments to but i'm in on the real like i'm james. Poyser has been a route. Since do you want more but really hasn't been officially scott wasn't a hasn't been a root for a long time like he wasn't really a constant presence on the record he's always been his. Yeah but i'm scott was there for ain't saying nothing new and you got me and then adrenaline scott stores is all over things fall apart Just formulas you basically saying that you're not just because you have a formula that you think would work but i never went out like. Hey let's get hit with scott stores. It was just like the suit. The suit thought concerning the tipping point. The suit thought was fallback amir. And let's say something. Well let's do something normal only because jimi wien was like he really didn't get and then have the time to absorb incoming observing all that stuff like he's dealing with nineteen platinum artists. So just like. Let's just do the most normal i got. Put my two cents on star. Which is my favorite song. Some other joins but really it was just like that was my most hands off. Okay what do i do and let you guys do the work. I don't think there's anything calculating on that level so anyway stephen. I'm sorry i'm still trying to figure out. Who the jeff's baxter of the routine man that would be Would it be curtains kirk. Jeff skunk baxter is or do brother. Dan steely dan had at least nineteen revolving musicians around the planets of fagin and becker view other people but surface steely dan. Okay thank you guy. No but this is what the watching. Y'all watcher michael jackson tapes of the learning. You could do that. I could see your favorite. Oh i'm sorry it's tough we have steph in the room except you're talking about practicing spontaneity. I didn't know that. Much about prince. But michael jackson felt like he rehearsed a lot of spontaneity. Whatever it was like. Can i come down there and sing. It was the same point at the same show. I assure you everyone probably maybe george clinton's p funk mob because they were too hard to control but i you i've seen repetition even with like listen to coltrane takes his entire temple university series of like nine shoes right after love. Supreme came out even his his solos. Where the same level. So it's like. I think anyone that great just has a pattern may file two hours of practice. That's funny because anybody that great most fans just don't know that they have a pattern and so maybe the people who call you suit. They just you know you so well. But i don't mind being called the suit didn't look to the left to see bills response bonds. So steve back to you and your your humble beginnings in radio can i. Can i assume that you kind of your curiosity about radio. Started with like making up your own radio programs that the house in tape recorders absolutely absolutely i think same thing wife grew up in dc where thought the radio i didn't realize that then but the radio there was so crazy great. Wpg which came in urban station. But it used to be a station where you'd hear. Earth wind fire next to barry manilow next to the jackson five like it was just. All this is pop station was this. Pd green do use. Was this year. well station. I'd listen to in the car in my dad and mustang drive drive through southeast during the weekend off nova lindsay later you have a pd. Green pd greene was around. A bobby kidding. Bobby's last name bobby burner about bobby brown. Some the burger all right. We'll explain the where did you grow. It was it. Dc tasty dc. That's the only part of dc has still not hundred percent. Gentrify is getting very glare. Wearing macarthur bridge issue describe specifically. What black radio was like. It was am- it was w o l was. Am it was an okay. You're visiting romantic. Visions of what radio was has an am frequency to it. Yeah and not. Fm at the beginning at the beaten. Now now it's fm. But the beginning where i learned to love music it was absolutely. Am radio w. o. L. w. o. k. w. e. m. for pop station. Pg i think was was fm by then it was actually am and fm. But it was it was it was sound coming out of my fathers nineteen sixty six mustang fake convertible had like the cool green color but there was a black but it wasn't really a convertible to me. Look like convert right. That's convert chrysler. Three hundred of its exactly. This is quest love supreme olympian tour. If you're just tuning in we're chatting with our guest the head of programming at bt networks steven hill okay. I guess you're the first guess that was born on the far east of the united states. Where a lot of our mid western guests Told stories of just being one radio station two hours of soul music whereas still remember dc below the mason dixon line in very black so it was one of those rare city like it was really four black radio stations and still does yes Okay so weaned wasn't a black station. Wpg wasn't black then. That was the pop station. But that's the one. That would play barry manilow and earth wind and fire and while cherian ellen okay. We're we're am in an okay became. Fm one hundred point three. You could trust radio back. Oh yes absolutely. I trusted it with my heart. Absolutely where you dj at heart or just like you want it to be a personality. I wanted to be around music as much as i possibly could like there was. I'm sure everybody experiences getting in the car and like the first thing you do is turn on the radio like the biggest. The biggest thrill i ever had and got a car that we could turn the radio on before engine came on. I remember that. there's a volkswagen. The came out of such volkswagen. Yeah and radio turn on now. This caused challenges. Of course when you go to listen to the radio in the car sometimes. I'll just look godson listening radio in the car without going anywhere and leave the radio on and the battery in being but yeah so that that's the first part of music and motown it was james brown. James brown was my first musical crush ever like that was the first idol. We saw james brennan. Tv move and he was in the middle of his going from process to afro phased. So sale say that transition. He was trying to say it louder. Was i think i was like seven or eight years old but that meant something to me. I didn't know what i didn't know. What black and white was at that point in time. But i knew something about that. Song spoke spoke to me. Were you attending concerts by this point or first concert was july second nine thousand nine hundred seventy temptations temptations right after the right after psychedelic after one hour after that ball. Balkan fusion was on the album. That's that's right. I gotta get. I have to like howard. Did you go see to having no. No i was actually came out to my dad had to work in. La for the first half of that year so we came out at the end of june. I remember this very well. What did your parents do. My dad work the census bureau. He was a statistician. For years and mom was mom raised us and then was a part time teacher music teacher. So that was my. That was my parents that but but your mom was a music teacher she was. That explains eater. She was choctaw piano. So how me but stops. Did you ever wanna learn or dead. But i had never had the patience for it. The problem and i. I very few regrets in my entire life. That's the biggest regret. Didn't this day with the piano. That didn't stay with the drums. Tried budgeting patients at eleven and twelve years old to stick with the biggest regret. But i learned how to play some things about my own right so i can play I part of per on piano can play macarthur park. Oh wait a minute. Really gonna play mcdon- i can tell you i wanted and i used to play father song. I used to be able to play five song. Well but the first part of mcgarth sport. That's record shopping. stephen. I discovered on the forty five. We we had a radio. Promo of macarthur park. Would you have to know about macarthur. Park is that By donna summer just or overture. Hey arthur and richard harris richard harris right so mcgarth is part of sort of like a hail. Mary throw into the world of radio which each song should be about three minutes. And thirty seconds and the idea of telling radio programmers to let this seven minute. It's about seven seven. Seven hundred seventy seventy two or something like that. So it's very unusual one for a forty five to have a seven minute song but the actual artwork of the forty five of mcgarth park is more about the record label telling you the listener that you know. Sometimes you have to let songs breathing get to you and you know what's a seven minute song. Sit down and this music like. I've never seen a selling point of such epic song. And and of course you know. What is mccarthy part. Really about just the idea of wasting cake and you've heard my lay you see here being quiet over here. I was just going to act like i did. You say it's the same version. Just okay okay. Here would jimmy jimmy webb. Google now used that song in his show and yeah just wondered about leaving k- count marine and so it's i think about that every because it was my mother's favorite song for a very long time something about that's really talked to her and try to figure out what it was. I couldn't figure. But i always had the idea of a cake out in the rain and i could see vividly that. There's lime green lime green with some kind of strawberry and just melting down. It's just a visual to me. Wrong though i mean jimmy webb i. If i'm not mistaken. Wrote wichita lineman yes. That's like one of my favorite song sees a great songwriter. Did richard harris ever sing any song beside that. Like richard harris the actor by the way. Richard harris the actor saying macarthur. Pardon problem that was on a forty five seven minutes where the settled a forty-five five. If you rebuild it wrong ovary. i remember. My mom had a dell stand my corner and that was like sixty six john. Let's here for long. Forty fives and good mastering right. So steve. where do you at least get the curiosity or how to into radio was his dreams. You had as a kid or just this come to you as a teenager or an adult or mostly as a teenager but really really turned around in my first year in college my first year a brown and because this tie back so brown university at a radio station has a radio station all sorry. Wb are you but it is ninety five point five even though it is a college radio station it is in the it is in the. You gotta make that money sector of the spectrum. Right is not a college below ninety two point three so it was a commercial radio station and it was rock alternative rock or whatever you call it back in eighty four on sunday. It was the three hundred sixty degree black experience. and sound. if you hashtag that you've used up forty back. I gotta tell you a story about vr. You it's a little dishonest. But i'll say that after a few a lot of route shows at brown university because we frequent allowed the upper echelon colleges and we'll get that money sometimes at these radio interviews the. Dj's would sort of. Just let me rummage through. No i know where this is by the way because it's still on still. I know where this is going going. Okay i'll say that. I have a lot of the records in mind possessing. If if their records in the upper left corner it says are embi. You has a date on them. If you turn them around you'll see the writing on the back and they'll say we used to call marking records and so we go through one side one side two right and so you probably have some of the wreckage what the good joints were. And we also figure out like okay. That's a single. So we gonna mess with that. But here's what should be the next single his instead we would go through every like all like management because that doesn't happen today cutting piece so all right. What is the process of. Because i know how important college radio was to the development of a new artist especially emma eighties in ninety. So you know they would try to woo you just as important or as much as a top five station or you know like a local conglomerate joe give us an example of an unheard of talent coming to you first at atp brown you okay all right so a rather a a a rather greasy hair gentleman came down against it came down. I don't know i still to this day. Don't know how he got into the studio. He's like hey. I got this group. I got this group right and Talking i got this group and record. And the jackson five i. If they're just like jackson five. Oh exactly where it's going and i swear to god. He came in on a sunday. 'cause was that was. That was the three hundred sixty degree blackie's brazil and i'm like okay. We'll give it up. We'll give it a shot because you know people do that. If you can get through and you you're not gonna kill us. We'll play record and we put it was it was new edition candy griffey over and he was a it was it was michael johns maurice starr whose real name johnson's last name. Because i'm thinking to michael. Johnson johnson johnson crew was his partner. Was it not or preller. Other brother day and age a lot of people approached me about you. Know check this out. This zimmerman include and maybe my record is probably zero and nine million for at least the patients to actually take said produc. Impress play and listen to it and absorb it like but in radio i mean how do you know who's worth listening to or i mean do you have the everyone's like if a if a person comes to you and may seem rather stadium would not still give that product a chance and so i try to again. I'm i'm big on that. Not getting killed thing right because because it's happened with people uelmen you'll listen to what. Yeah it was about to say like. What have you don't like a product. Sorry you try to never listen to it in front of him. You always try to get it. In like hey. Can't listen to it. Now listen to it later. You you avoid that danger right then you try to you. Try to unless you know the person if you know somebody in you can give honest feedback. You want to be able to absorb it because we've heard things where the first time we hear. It is like That's not working but by the third time you understand or you feel you feel a different way about it and if you really respect amuse going you're going to give it that two or three times before you before you come to that judge before you ready to share that judgment that's probably the best way to put it and so even in college we sit around what it was more like. They're more people. It'd be amusing music meeting. We take all the albums and everybody was assigned like two or three albums and then come back and say okay here. Here the cuts. We should play on three hundred sixty black experience. Berendsen sound okay. We call it three sixty sometimes. It's funny to run it all the way down. Who's did don't go down god. Don't go no no no no the they tried to be a time right at the time came out. 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Now subscribe on stitcher apple podcasts. And pandora ever listen to podcasts. We're with our guest president of programming beads networks steven hill We're talking about his humble beginnings gone to college radio back in the eighties. I have like any bear like no-holds-barred is whatever black soul or what was okay. So whatever. Yes which was radio real radio but was college radio but we could play whatever we wanted to. As long as you didn't curse obviously so. Did it hurt when you had to leave that. I guess it didn't hurt because you know more money. A commercial radio but that life is different college radio. You only get three to four years to run it right. I did it all four years. 'cause it was one of the things you'd go on campus. You can't like in the back in the head all the come. Join the press club right for the paper Come during the you know the the poker club and what. You're what period was this between what dan brown was eighty to eighty. Four from me. Wow okay eighty four. So remember where i so the cool thing i remember when i remember where it was when one thousand nine nine came out the data the data thriller came out. Oh man over thirty nine thousand nine hundred obsolete. I went straight from there to music. One forty two with professor cleaning was her name. I remember just like this. I'm gonna try to pay attention. This glass yeah so you want to be cut school for record or lose at night before for a record. Oh yeah. I remember being mad because because Do you know the triumph. Come out became an fall of eighty eight. It was september because i remember being in fifth grade. It was definitely september of a so. I just gotten a brown. I remember going to my first. Or second and shannon harris. I remember how he's fine. Fine shannon harris she had a saw might say is that mike. She had the triumph album left. The party really left the party to try to go to the record store before it. Because early i left to try to get to the record store before. Close like one o'clock in the morning to i could get him. I was mad at. Somebody had a jackson before i did. You hit someone had a record deal. Oh just took me back with describe my right they cry my had ask rufus by rufus in for some reason. Even there's like an asterik mark. When i think of the roofers discography. Even though i was six. I was still musically. An adult met household so see flaunt it like like what twenty three year old person. Look what i got. Put on at midnight and i was like mad. I was angry. Seething with anger like what flaunt when she got records. Before i did i hate. It is when someone guy families worst. The worst trick ever played on my brother. Because i love my brother and within cook food brothers my guy but when i was nine he was six so we got the first two jackson five records on the same day. My ross presents. abc odd. Because i wanted to newer one one at abc abc. I wanted so so we go into the record store. I can remember. I swear to god nor exactly what he was in south east. Dc on pennsylvania avenue near the near the maryland lesson. We go in there in a little nine year. Old self goes. Hey let's go try to find them and we were trying to find. Bcs hey maybe you go look under. Its founder the under. Abc artists abc. I you go over there. That's bad steve. That was wrong. But you misled your brother. I did i did. I did did so. He had his own collection. You had you click. He stopped after that one. He's like i like that was just like i don't know brother competitive. But he wasn't. He's the sports guy. He loves sports. he's just now like he's the guy uses a test to find out what songs are really good really gonna hit because the idiot factor no complete. Didn't you never tell. Any factor. The fact and i keep them away like he he he wants to get that but but i don't want him to get anywhere close because i use him as the is the test like you know. He's the guy who sitting in the back of the car with the kids sing unhappy. Like he's he's the guy he's he's that guy. No always be. My baby is his favorite mariah carey. So that's the that's the that's the he's the he's the pop guy litmus tests like what do you think about this. Listen yes. i'm starting to use his kids now. No kids yes. Yes not. What else missing ours. It just means if your kids can sing it that's when you know it doesn't mean if they don't like it that it's not good or it's they won't jam but if your kids are singing. Yeah that's the way i won't go back to so do you remember any of the any took from you. Took from hubert from brown university. I dunno no no just curious as to what because i was heavily looking into samples and things. I believe that i was more given access to the jazz. Sorta the seventies jazz stuff. So i know like there's A think maybe the virgo red album from warriors. You know what. Tony williams ego the those. Two records took a lot of the Seventies jazz jazz stuff vets in my collection and the cool thing is i go back and visit every once in a while just in. Sometimes they let me go on air from for a minute which is just. I have such a after that but the album still on the wall. The album's did they still have the alamo on. The wall hasn't been used for years but they still keep them up there. I love that really. Yeah wow. I got to make a return to find a new way. how do you go from. How does a person like loves music on radio. How do you get from radio to tv. Like how did you. How do you go there. Was that your major. Assume it was your major in. My major was applied. Math and economics all applied math and economic. I spent more time with the radio station. Love you mom. Love you dad but yeah i got up but i did graduate i graduate. Go ahead ask it. I was just gonna say. Don't you find people are always at. I was a communications major. So it's not like you really wanted to switch places with me. Because i always tell people young people you know what take a business major economics and then just have an internship. Learn radio that way. Because you're really not gonna learn a lot of it in the classroom so perfect right. I was a communications. Major internship is where you learn everything. But isn't that the fall back on this just in case for no one for for communications majors. Really i mean you do a lot of stuffing class but really the only way to learn how to do. Do you have to do it and be around people who right right so i think of it so yeah. I did three and a half years of college radio station. You know. I worked on television shows at the campus tv station and that was the only way we can learn how to do stuff because it was to actually do it. So what was your major. Steve Journalism actually in dc. Wanna one. I went to maryland. So i was interned. Route was Was a howard stern. There when you were there with the grease man. Okay that name in a long time degrees man home. The howard stern down in dc basically in the lead wild warning guy. Well wasn't the morning show but he was just like he's so raises at least in some circles as best known for the horrible horrible joke that i will tell if you want me to. But it's really a threat. It's horrible originally offensive. Please transit so it was around the time that they were talking about. Mlk getting a holiday. Do you remember that so it was like let me get straight going to get holiday for him. Okay if i had known that out of shot four more gotten a whole week off gentlemen. That was the grease man right here and been must have been fifty million dollar contract. These radios was was was was a variety. Howard stern was on d.c. one. Oh one before. He went national before he came to new york like he cut his teeth. Greece man was kind of like howard stern. Ish as you can probably tell by that by the time i got there. I don't know eighty nine or something like that and it was all computer generated playlists and you know nothing. I was like well. I'm too late to this game. It was passed my romanticized version of radio. Yeah yeah so. What was your first radio station outside. Of w i l d boston it was an. Am daytime station. What an am daytime station. Is we just call it. Solar-powered there's this crazy. Crazy rule. The sec had that Certain because they were trying to make when radio we're trying to make radio grow people allowed to have local stations but there were these superstitions that went everywhere at night like wwl. out of fort. wayne indiana. I don't know how remember that. Wbal baltimore. There were these superstitions that jack their power up at night so they could be heard nationwide because radio when they were trying to build the radio business and so every other every other. If you're on that frequency you had to get off that frequency at night so. Wbal had the frequency ten nine out of baltimore and so at night. We were wwl de. We had to get off so we were only allowed to be out from sunrise to sunset Right so that was. That was my first radio station and the short version of how i got there. I got out of brown university. Try to get a job on radio and radio. I couldn't do it. I failed miserably a year and a half later. A guy named robert hartley was sick. He was during christmas vacation at. Wb are you call me. Say can you come fill in for four hours. I said sure been on the radio a year and a half. I'll come down. But i always prepared and made drawn knew what was going on. When did a four hour show thought nothing of that. Went back to my job where i was teaching groton school. Two months later. I got a call saying. Is this steven hill. Yes i happen to be driving through. Providence rhode island a couple of months ago. Heard you on the radio and wonder if you want to come in. And i got a part time gig. Wwl de l. Roy smith who is a wonderful program director wonderful programmer boss. My boss. when he left chicago he came to. I was as morning show. Roy smith was william. Smith is it. W i l d and so i always tell people like my career. If robert hartley doesn't get sick if i'm not home to answer the phone because there were no cellphones at the time right if i if i don't i can't go down there and do those four hours. We're not sitting here. Because i found out elroy only did that drive twice in five years man and he just saw it happened to be. I hadn't been on the radio for a year and a half. I was on there. Those four hours. He happened to be driving through. Track me down now for that. I'm somewhere either teaching or applying math in an economic. Now as as a d did you have total. Control over what you know. What is this college is over but is this is this is. This is a spring of eighty six. Okay spring eighty six and this point the wwl d. This is like wwl news now even though it's a daytime station it's a real money for real commercial radio station. I got back up a little bit because he said your previous experience was a fail. How was that a fill which one you said when you try to get. Try to get a job at a radio. When i left brown right in eighty four but i couldn't i could like it was just a bad experience. I couldn't get a job i was. I couldn't get a job in radio a radio or record labels or any place. Oh man back then. What were the requirements to to over radio programmer. That would bring you aboard like what was required. I don't know because i didn't get a job. I thought i you know i don't know. I think it was just talking on the air. Naturally that appealed to elroy. Like i knew the music back then. It was good to have some kind of radio voice and thanks to my mother who has the deeper voice in my parents. I happened to get So i think it's just that and being able to relate and being able to And he didn't know that new was obsessed with music. But i think that helped in the interview. In as i as i got to grow in. Wd i would think at least in my head or you know. This is very naive. You know like figure that okay. Well i would want might be. We'll be knowledgeable about music. And all that stuff. Because i i don't even know what the criteria for today is but i would think at least some standards thirty years ago whereas like you know it's funny. I think did that era in where where the radio. Dj frank propaganda tastes make. Well you win it end. I think the the real challenge was when they changed ownership rules racists. Ninety it wasn't anything changed everything. fm am. That's all you own in in even in the market right and so now people are buying radio stations. They had the service all this debt and so to service that debt. You gotta play commercials and to play more commercials. Get to have less talk in so the less talk. You have the more commercials you can play and so you play music and you pay just a little bit. Hey that was the. That was the jackie down the ground. We'll be right back after this you get in and out so you play more music you like. It was just servicing debt. It feels like the way record. Companies with warner brothers was seemed to be about like an artist development movement and then all of a sudden you got a service your debt. So you got to sell more records and sometimes you don't get to three at it. Make making a big so i love. Supreme would be their worst nightmare. Because we're yeah more. Talk less music now. So you know when i listen to this. I'm going to laugh because my speech pattern even in this broadcast has slowed down. Once i realized your pace which is a good thing because morocco kicks back in. And like you're supposed to get in get out gorge and so so so even in these this time we've been on i've slowed down and i can go with the conversation the speed y'all go. I want to go to a song and have stephen introduced radio. Style radio style. I want you to introduce the jackson shaky body on the ground. Now there's no there's a rule where you have to do it before like the lyrics start on hitting the post. It's called hitting the posts the best song ever it hit the post to anita baker. Sweet love oh yes. I can see and talk about your radio station. You talk about what the sunshine is and almost having to make we'd love on w. i l. egg. We're gonna have intro that so wait. What is at high nightmare song. Then like a song which we've got no intro. I'm trying to think this song that would come in with the vocals and added on is example of a song. I'm crazy crazy. Crazy novels barkley. I can't talk about it then. Writing radio on before had a long altro radio station. You see like a reverse time you get to see the clock of nah i would not that was my you look at the time at myself. I would tell them myself. And then certain songs the feel for me you got to feel like on back in the day like on the promo forty five on the timing you would have the intro seven second intro you know under your body written a rhythm record better when you know the rhythm Five love hor three two man. I am so happy to be here on. Quest loves bream demand stephen hill. This is my girl anita baker. everything's going well in your world today and that you have a backley what she's talking about in this song from the fantastic nineteen eighty six. Cd rapture. This is anita baker with sweet love. I'm that is the best of all the songs i've ever heard in my entire life. It's absolute my favorite. Do over that man man i. I was really doesn't know that. There's a method to radio. And i respect that i respect. This is what i've been trying to impart upon him for the last several months. In if you don't have to do thirteen now but i think it's different. People want the information like when we when we talked to. Don't go they my first visceral reaction what you can do that. But then when we're in a culture where you want to hear the information and there you know you know kind of pop up video started started that where you want the information during the middle of the song because you've heard the song you know countless times before so if you can get something new while you're listening to it that that's great but viscerally when you when you for. What did you the song. I'm sure there's times when you made a mistake in maybe played a radio edit in. Oh yeah like the vocal coming in. You still continue or is it like a cut off you. Go straight to the callers. Wb are you ask what you hear voices just out and was your boss always about back selling front selling and absolutely it was part of the format you use. I always thought it was cool to backs telephone. Because when i listened to a song when you listen to a song you like it you listen to the end and you'll pay attention because you're looking to find out what that is. I'll never forget. The first time i heard another one bites the dust by queen man he was on w k y in washington. Dc he was. w kyi i'm like. Oh this down. Is this songs fantastic. Sound a little bit like chic. But i'm a good and i waited for the backseat and he didn't. I called the radio station. I called the radio station was that i know it's another one bites the dust. Who's at by like. And somehow i don't know how i got through the studio. I remember another one. Would you call another one bites us. Yes by queen made there was a there was an excitement about like first of all hearing the song but then getting through. Yeah but like like. I knew it before the 'cause the dj next didn't know it. I'm i'm learning now that about back selling in front selling words. I never heard of my life until this radio show started. And i didn't know the the importance of doing that. You know so do you. That's not a nightmare or that. Only because the the reason i loved radio was a lot of it was because you play music and you hope they're really attracted to it so you want them to go out and then you want go out and buy it but not because i didn't profit from it. I just like i liked being responsible for you discovering something you doug and so it's the is urban or or black but straight up kind of our embi not go outside the lines could be got there and then you know seal had the nerve to put out a record when i was the and so in living color ahead as its head and tracy chapman tracy. Chapman came up with a baby. Can i hold you right. I remember i would play these songs in the record labels themselves. It'd be like that's not a single. Why are you playing this or you're not playing our song by the other act mature plan this. I'm like oh that's the that's the they wouldn't want you to play. It was like that's not the single working. Oh please oh please. That's not a single working with the reason why you play the second cut but the reason why i used to listen to the radio was to hear all the stuff that wasn't on everything i loved when they would play all the album cut so you know i would love when they would dig out the twelve inch versions of songs and let the whole seven minute version of his play on the radio so when the times comes out you're not looking the playhouse quake and we the radio call back song. You pick the exact song that i once on. A saturday played and got a call on the hotline from elroy. Ooh now wanna be clear. I follow the rules. Pretty well with this is. I'm sorry i forgot to say so. Wd there was eighty six to eighty eight. When i was a weekend. Dj enough fueled in in the mornings and stuff and eighty eight to ninety three. I was the program director so i was the boston. Eighty seven when it's on at times came out. I was at the weekend guy. But i still follow. The rules have decently so much. So that when i played house quake i got a call them the hotline which doesn't ring you're in the radio studio so just a bright red light goes on you know you're in trouble and there's like two people who have that phone program director and the owner and when that goes off when you're playing there's no good news coming. There's just no you know you did something wrong. you know. It was hoping he wasn't home. Listen but house quake with the exact song that i played in eighty seven. How old is elroy at this point. Oh that's a good question. A big difference between two. I was twenty seven. Maybe thirty two. Maybe thirty two. And he didn't get it he he. He's the format guy. He's he's he's he's got success because of this so what's his mind process of. Okay here's how quake and he knows he knows that. That is not in the cards. But he doesn't know that some fifteen year old at the laundromat is hearing this for the first time in of his mind. And now i gotta buy that record. No no it's not the format so what does he want. What is in what is this. What is this idea of success in one thousand nine hundred seven now because elway was really good at playing album because he thought were good. That just wasn't one of the ones that he picked out really wasn't that was some francis. Artistic integrity no. No no no no. No part of it was playing the singles game that every radio station was playing then but for example he was into. Let's chill. And i like while the record company is still doing groove me for gov. He had no problem. Dig into some stuff just not everything and how. Imprint wasn't his prints with when it came to that station. I was principles completely. My thing and that was the art of the pd to right. Don't you think like that was when you went outside the box you usually and you pick something that popped their record company will go. We'll maybe even you have something yes. Let me remind you that elroy smith is the same person almost fire me for of your refuse. A live played shit ruined. Yeah oh that's very well. You didn't clear through him. oh i cleared it. They just want they wanted. They wanted me to prerecorded. Raphael agree to a music conference with us. This is when his stacks album came out remember like outage and they did the radio. Lie to me. Li- okay so record the interview and we're gonna play it after we start playing the record and my mind went jolly never planned this shit. This is what old whatever so when he walked in the door late. I was like god. Raphael sadique. let's go and interview the against the rules. That's it that's it and sometimes you in management you've got to use after managing the everybody will break the rules. The reason i knew. I could play house quakers because i manage myself within the rules for like a full year and i was. I was good. I was a good boy. Because i didn't want to lose that gig. I loved that gig. Your clothes shouldn't just reflect your style. They should fit your lifestyle to our friends at kohl's understand that which is why they offer an amazing selection of products and national brands. That don't make you choose between fashion and function style and comfort work and workout. I'm talking all your favorites. Nike or adidas champion and more designed for the look you want and the life you lead all at value you'll love and now coles has a new exclusive athleisure brand of their own call blacks f. l. x. flex balances smart relevant style with functional performance and comfort. Ready for wherever the day takes you. 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Yes you should this all about that last bag. Who that all. Yeah oh anyway. That was good. I knew that was coming to okay. Here we go. This is for you. Lie here we go. Hey club supreme. I'm here on your sunday afternoon. In a what better way to cruise the road with a little. Mary on your mind so no shit. Read light red eye sight state voice to steven one. Even the engineers studio lights does that mean. We're even though says we don't put up one zero zero zero zero right. I want to crack this game young college radio for three years. All right so you. You weren't a radio program. The the friday night wrap gyms maybe do those same rules the same rules. Apply for all formats. Like we guys more lenient on absolutely the rap show so it wasn't midnight because remember we're a daytime six pm. Ninety sixty safe harbor hours for you max. Mix max mixed thunderstorms when i first mic shows. Where i gave i said like do. Just don't get us arrested. It was like an hour at the end of the day. Nine thousand nine hundred eighty six eighty seven. That's pretty early for. It's pretty early for hip hop for show. Is those in boston radio. Yeah yeah here we go. What up man finds eight tickle right. He'll love going to get into some real for you. Know some real flat somewhere. Punky visit some random news. You know what i'm saying. And i'm gonna just come back and on the backside wanna get into the green. Let's go exc audience. I'm gonna be like don't i. Was i was like what the fuck is. this is from the bob hope episodes. No nobody can get wrong. I should what something new back sell. Something i can try. It's been a while all right. All right i got one for you all sickest and now you're listening to quest of free. This is boss bill. Coming into you'd live shit red light red light. Oj's were you trying to figure out what the artist was. Just got lost in my words. Scott scott how you doing you there. Yes i'm here. What's up all right lazy jones. Scott yoyo our our boss boss. Bill's boss And also deepen the radio D do you. do you know what we're doing. I do yeah. You better be alternative. Ninety s early two thousands alternative would be helpful. Really put some silver shirt on. I think you saw going on now. 'cause i one starts straightened in alert but i'm saying i'm not starting object is in stomach the song seeing how quick you adjust to whatever to be clear you if you were dj and you wouldn't be adjust. You would know what it was. I would listen to beforehand. I would know my run-up time well. Hey fair to be fair. Think rock radio had different rules as well like you didn't want to step on the music as much. You didn't want to talk over the music as much as as much as you did like an rb music. A lot of started cold at least in radio stations. And by the way if you if you were as good as stephen was earlier when he hit that post we'd call him a postmaster general postmaster general. Do now you'll be doing this last right boss. I'm doing this too. I'm i'm doing this as well. He thought you were gonna get away. Get away yeah thought. I was going to get away with all right you ready. Yeah here we go red light. Red light red light. What's going on scott riggs. I do and it's crazy wednesday morning. Let me tell you the weather out. There is nuts. We've got some good music for you. It's quest supreme. Here is the gorilla. That was sticking yourself in this bill right. Who's doing it right now. Can i give them blur song to actually. I'll say a blur song to give him or given. Peter murphy cuts you up. Which is about a three minute lead in for. That's hard if anything. I think the the longer we insure is you have to talk. There's a perfect. There's a there's like a ten to twelve perfect is a perfect amount of time like it's into shorts too bad ridiculous but do you have to talk until the vocal start. You don't have to but you want to be postmaster. General comes with a stall you practice this at home on the air. Who teaches you this in between songs when you're playing music you did the show because you are postmaster general iota of postmaster general by the way you also it gets hard to make it interesting every time right like you can't throw the weather every time you can throw at the time every time. Sometimes you're pulling facts about the band's sometimes you're saying what's going on the city but you gotta fill. That was something interesting. it also it. You gotta know the music but part of the reason. I got hired win. Awards driving through is because i'd gone through the paper. I loved hitting the post. That was one of those love doing and to your point. You've got to think of different things. So i didn't know what was going on something about the the music and so you kind of plan on what you're gonna say or the script it out but you know here the here the beats i wanna hit in this intro or before i started this intro a little note right there a couple little things you want to say giving tickets to the circus you gotta get away with. The liner liner is a quest is being brought to you by boost mobile. Oh lord me on this liner these were you is the station. Business is like. Don't forget we got this festival coming up and we'll be having tickets next hour. Free comedy tickets to the show coming up this weekend to napa auto parts on saturday right. We'll give you some sticker all right. I'm here i got you read here. Anyway let me meditate. That all right okay. Bring on the panic brianna. That's right ladies and gentlemen this is quest. Love of course loves supreme. It is the midnight hour and we are paying tribute to the grape rod templeton. That's right ladies and gentlemen Free hot dogs to the night caller who can guess some of the greatest music this love times low minus minus minus it in all of us who went to school radios my school I have a question. Yes as sort of philosophical question. Almost now the intro to a song and theoretically the fade out are those specifically meant for radio for a dj to be posting up or whatever it's called do. I think that. I think that some craters went into the studio to so that that can happen. I'm saying if you're making a a song that you want to be on the radio now. Create intros specifically for so. We're talking about right now. I'm gonna talk. I have no idea. I've never created a record. But i would not be surprised if like maybe that's one people eight out there were. There were people on almost think of the motown area right. I always think berry gordy sitting there with the with the transistor speaker in his office. Thinking like That influence too long the interesting or inches. just right. they'll they'll talk about my record going up to it. But by the way i thought of stopping the name of love and i was like probably not a posting is all about is like was invented by. Dj's because you're bored as hell when you're in that studio four answers once it was invented then were were people who are making songs specifically creating intros with that kind of time i would say probably could be. I know that at least in alternative and rock. They started telling us to step out they were like. Don't even talk. Even if there is an intro just let it go or we'll get an edit and that often it'll just start with the vocals so so yeah was there. Because i grew up or at least became of age where i started hearing more music less talk or there was a i remember issue and billboard magazine like doing george michael faith periods of like eighty eight eighty nine where the pay to play thing or like. Pay us to sell your song. Or i remember this issue coming up like eighties early nineties so promoters or just the idea of like you know we're not going to back sell or front sale anymore. Was there a period in which you got a memo which was like You no longer have to sell the song or no. No but i you know i was kind of a black man. Owned station in the daytime ran in boston. They would have said no to that any other because there's no way they would have tried to promote promote music right now and i think there were some people who are trying to figure out. We'll call them more shady ways of paid around the music. And so that's what that sounds like and so ken. Nash was never about that. Okay so again. This is me asking for the most naive standpoint. Whatever 'cause i really never spoke to a seasoned radio person is radios existence or is its purpose to promote music. New what radios. What is radios purpose. It is to to a to increase shareholder wealth. That's what it's there for. That's what it's there okay. Now so there are people who are in radio who love music who want to make sure that music thrives and gets a thrill out of finding the new and exposing to other folks. But radio's purpose itself is to increase shareholder wealth and it became more and more of that as more these conglomerates popped up and they found ways of doing it and there's some cool stuff that's come out of it but that's not what they're there for so the cherry on top is that you know a cat like you and i can discover returned forever or whether report or craftwork you know along the way but radio is really about how come to chrysler or toyota or whatever company. It is can sell their products now for kid for me. Listening to radio at thirteen is the object that you'll play the songs that i love so much that al control the dial in the car so then when dad here's that cool gang slits malt liquor commercial. He'll they yeah. I want some. You know some beer or whatever like depending on what station. Das was probably trying to appeal to your dad. You trying to kill your dad. But what i'm saying is that is the radio targeting eight twelve and thirteen year old pennzoil station. I mean today. I know they're talking him because of the artists that are winning. Now i'm sure. The ron as the world and the taylor swift are hitting the eleven year olds and a twenty. But i guarantee you. They're trying to hit eighteen to twenty four. Maybe sixteen but that's not the that's not one of the several demos it but but eighteen and twenty four is probably as low as you're going and they believe that you know the song appeal to a thirteen or sixteen can can travel upwards. Sweet spot is the sixteen to twenty five year old for certain stations for other for like adult contemporary. It's older what's the station. That was your highest listenership. Who had the biggest audience. Wb on sundays we were in providence rhode island and no one else playing black music at all on sundays. We would kill it. But you weren't thinking about demographics then where you always think about demographics. We were ninety five point five so therefore we were on a commercial dial. We were always thinking about demographics always and we were selling eighteen to thirty four at that time so we really wanted to make sure that we were hitting eighteen to thirty four. We were. I mean that's one of the great things about that station. We had to think like a professional radio station but in doing that we still but did you loser format did you play candy girl. That's the case absolutely but eighteen. Thirty four great. Here's a here's the thing so we we were able to cheat a little bit because there was no other competition so we had a. We had a captive audience in a loyal audience in in a in a good way. And you can kind of sell anything right so for example for for candy girl we would go on there and say hey i know you missed the jackson five or having. Tha these talented brothers out of boston. So you hit on the emotion of the used to like their local. You hope they do well. So that's the way you make something like candy girl work even though it's not necessarily for eight thirty four so this was about. Hey this is a really good song and that is well. You want find a really good song but you also want to find a way that it make it relevant to me. Don't turn the channel 'cause they don't recognize the song so if thirty four is the closing get then for for for you with. But i would think the older you are the more you control the purse strings of the house. So are you not thinking a forty five year old. Like if you're in a household the the dad who might be forty two forty three years old so there's money at every level okay. There's there's know there's money at every level because especially eighteen thirty four. You're you're controlling your own pursestrings. Even it's not. It's not as much as the older older audience But that's whether they have the a guy. I can't think of any station. That's the light station light. If you can just tattoo fifty. I lived there all right. The radio education portion of the show. I can stay forever until we kind of have to go to bingo to be. So what did you make access from radio to television. I'll the i left in ninety three. I went to dallas to go work at the tom. Joyner morning show was the first of the first executive producer. Tom joyner morning show for a year. And then like i wasn't what i learned. I learned i learned how to do selector which is a great music program What's selected selectors. music programming. well. I use a warehouse. Some people used program the stations. Like it's like you put all of your songs in a computer in different categories and then most people ask the puke computer to spit out right so categories different categories so in an hour. If you play twelve songs you'll play five heavies for mediums. One brand new and one classic sense. Oh no that's how radio has been formatted conflicted like no. No no no. But that's what i'm saying so what you do is you put it in all the number of heavy you have which is probably which was maybe ten. I'm i'm way off on the numbers but the idea. Is you put on the computer. And then it'll spit out in the order that you ask wanted to be in music and most programmers stations that way. So when you say heavy are you talking about heavy. Rotation heavy rotation. Every radio station uses this program. So ninety four if you're talking about five heavies time. Are you singing. This song will get played thirty times a day. And no okay. So can i do it differently once every two hours so once every two hours heavy would get played right and then now i have you guys played like once every thirty minutes was like i could hear mariah's fantasy at least three times in a two hour period on radio i believe. Yeah that's i mean that's probably about the time it's hours right. yep Now it's like it. Lives one every thirty five minutes. Forty five minutes. Thanks because the measure the way they it how you feel about that like did you feel as though the was it just like let's go with the times or was it. Well i'll when i was a programmer. It was still do that because we still wanted to keep the audience but the fun was the to new records. You've got to play right to was a g new our true like so when you pick especially when it's either an album cut that nobody else's playing or we still have the tracy chapman and like living. That was like putting something. That other won't dare right right. That's what it was like okay. So here's a question. How long would a song have been on the station before it hits heavy rotation akasha to test my memory. Ten weeks okay. So what works itself up from light medium to heavy rotation and it was sanford heavy rotation for like on average if if it was. What was the tony. Terry song you. Tony terry stayed on for like a half a year. Oh god still to this day. That song would not put bulletin that thing and it would not who determines the life of a heavy rotation you do research once you once you have a song on their you call out resume no more college research. You call a different people in play hooks for them over the phone when you find out how it selling down at nubia notion in dudley square in boston in front of how selling it. Strawberries and tower. And so you find how people are engaging with the zone so if you've ever gotten promo cd and wondered why call research tracks two and three their only seventeen seconds long. That's why yes. Wow so we will always want to find out like replace stuff. But do they like it. Do they not like. I'm sorry i can't get off radio. Abc radio bikaner still transitioning to further your career question so once you became a producer for the tom joyner morning. Show what you feeling a little bit more more free less stress situation because ninety four more stress around music. Because if you remember a lot of people do it now but back then only howard. Stern was doing multiple shows. Multiple stations in multiple cities right. Tom joyner was the first black shocked to do it. So it was really pioneering and would you have to do is we started off from twelve as if i'm not mistaken so on on those twelve station but you have to do is take all the music from those twelve stations and you have to find a common denominator for those twelve stations which is just a very very small subset of the music that's being played or the music that's out that time so being the music person per one of the people put together. The music for that was stressful. For the tom joyner. Show 'cause i would get a call from who has programming miami. 'cause we put on a song the chicago like but they don't like it so it was really restricted restrictor plates and when it came to uptempo songs it was it was it was difficult. Sounds like a head. It like twelve headaches. Ready for b. e. t. s. So yeah so anyhow. So i was there for a year and then i got an opportunity to go to. Mtv mtv was hiring people who did radio you'd like we don't care if you don't have any recruit we're looking for people who know how to program radio so where were you mc. Tv ninety five and ninety nine february of ninety five to april and ninety nine. Au we're we. They're doing fred's period. Fred goddess he did he did on my head he did read read. He did fred with fred jordan. Of of course. I'm not i'm not. I was not connecting that dot. Fred jordan was fragile delayed grapefruit jordan like last acts of greatness was imagine paid like tom. Please play video. Yeah and fred got a you got me on like medium mtv rotation this doing nine thousand nine thousand nine hundred and ninety nine. I was there. Were took its. Mtv is second by april of nineteen ninety nine. We finally jumped aboard and that really that started when we like. Oh my god like five. Hundred thousand. People brought this regularly. We couldn't believe it like we'll tell you the record where realized the power of mtv. What ski low. I wish man ski low. I wish shortly. After i got there i still love this. I love that song. I was like. Oh my like it was just fun. It was a video be like. It was one of the things i loved. It was inexpensive right. Now is the time when when budgets on we're starting to go up and what i loved about is like no no no show people if you just have a great concept of cool song you can spend money. No crazy mind. You'll have to spend crazy money. I love that about it and ski. Low went gold like ski. Lo lo i wish went gold and i was like oh. That's that's what mtv can do now. They're doing that time period. Mtv gave you regular rotation for at least two three months your life literally literally changed. But what was it like in that system once you got there. What was your position once you director of music program director of music or they're not the director because there was a bunch of myself louis. L'argent kurt steph ic Fred jordan was a manager. Paddy gallucci ran the ran department. With andy shown was when i was the black guy. I was the black guy off the black guy. Yes but i was. I was like the black senior. You the ear to the streets. Fred was always the ear to the streets. yeah right. I was on the streets. Yes baltic avenue jack to jack benson who was produced. He wasn't on the music teams. Benson jack as well. It was like now that back as jack. Jack was fighting the good fight long before i got there. How would you guys arm wrestled space of what got to. I haven't thought about this little the motown system where the absence there and watches the video absolutely monday. We have the video meetings. We'd see what got accepted like this one hundred twenty minutes. This is for regular rotation in on tuesday. We have the music meeting. fred eventually. Came into the meeting. Fred wasn't into me. When i got there kurt lewis paddock. Luzi sherri. How and we'd all kind of have it out for what what music where it wasn't. It wasn't unlike radio. And that's why i think it had had real folks come in and do a lot of work on on mtv especially when it came to program the music. There's some great ones. I thought we you know Some real mrs. We have and one mint julie greenwald from atlantic records who formerly of def jam mentioned one at the conference the other day. She put it on instagram. Actually commented behind it. I want to guess good. Because i'm trying to figure out the and julie. It was a myth. It was on atlantic. No no no. He wasn't. She was jam at the time and they really wanted to come on. Mtv i remember new york times called the love song of the of the summer. Ll's what years. I think it was ninety. Five ninety five was definitely one sweet day. Ninety four doesn't method. Mary o o and they brought video and they tried to get on regular tation and i was brand new so i didn't know my way around one of the stories biggest regrets. I remember somebody on the team. Said these words it's to darkened street. Oh my god. I didn't know what to do with at the time. I just brand new. You know what to saying in that room at the time you too early to raise my fist like so and so we it was. It was in yo mtv. It never really got on full rotation deserve while it was but but remember it being played a lot but you say that could have been incomplete. More you could it be it wasn't it wasn't getting played on regular rotation that much on mtv. How many how many videos would mtv keep in heavy rotation back. Can't remember it somewhere in the low teens. Think i always think a cake cake was one of those Something about that video and video. So you aren't dealing with just quote urban videos as well you you were dealing with absolutely yeah off formats. How did labels feel about it. What do you mean well. Sylvia rhone own told me some stories. About how metallica. Felt about via their boss. But you know what's what's legal feel about. You've you don't think that it's not necessarily work in may kinda wanna be like Well let me see. What data i think or they. They call Who's the president was not anti shown was running at them and judy judy. Judy judy mccrae overall was sort of like. I want to talk to your boss. See what she thinks. That happened every once in a while but it was it wasn't a regular occurrence. I think people understood respected all different types of music. I think people were surprised that i was that. The black guy like stuff other than black music as well. I think that came to a soccer is to some folks. I of labels. But that was that was short lived it was a great time time and And at a time when music was was was was kinda booming. It was po po post nirvana but red hot chili pepper. Still going. so but how is it. I mean how's that for you personally at least trying to not speak to english is i know at as a black for code switching. I mean everyone has to naturally no two languages. The dave chapelle says that you know black men speak english. Well now the job interview and yeah job interview. So you found yourself. In often in positions in in the boardroom having improve your pedigree as far as your music knowledge is just well beyond knowing you know what the what the black artists are doing. And just as with anything in any job use unapproved. You've got to prove that you belong there. It wasn't i don't i don't think it was out of hand to prove myself anymore. Just had to prove that. I belong their data. Talk the language it like. I know my music know my rock noma. You know my you know my hip hop thinks some of that was like i also knew what i didn't know right and that's why i have such a sits police for fred because fred. Fred got it fred. Got stuff. Fred was her to talk about him. Sometimes he was just he was other other worldly but he was just a very special guy that artists loved him and he understood music and he knew what would the next trend was he. He called cash money like a good and a half before really popped off. He called masterpiece before that popped off. He was the angelo long before. Demobbed off and i know they had a very very very special relationship and so also part of it wasn't me not knowing what i didn't know but so sometimes fred would fred would come with. The fed will come with the knowledge. And i'm like great. I'm gonna take this in the meeting and let's see let's see what we can do with it sitting. In frederick i'm the guy who liked the slow version of my bed by drew hill and it was not the remix not not So how at this level now gotta ask at this level. How do artists handle rejection at at this level of year career people. That know that you're connected to the label. I'm not asking for shouldn't stories. I'm just saying that you know by this point in the mid ninety s. There's definitely a more hostile dial environment especially with the uprising of hip hop in in where it's come to where you know it's about dollars and cents in the popularity of you know. Are you allowed to express. I'm feeling this video or not and you know been you're somewhere at dinner in l. a. m. and you have to see an executive and how come you plan like how could because you were so that period in the mid to mid ninety two the early arts like how did you handle the juggling act of artists and executives egos so two things one is at mtv. We always try to find a place for something. Even if it was just one spin on on mtv on your mtv wraps the weekend version right. We always try to find a place for something that was that was that was that was our mantra that was our mindset. Like someone's gonna love is a an alternative rock could get a play on on one hundred twenty minutes so people understood. We're always trying to find something. That's one two is that i found. It was advantageous to establish very early. That this is a long game. I know i plan on being around for a while so we. We're not going to have this conversation. We're gonna this conversation but we're not going to lose our relationship over one song because you're gonna come back again and you know. Let's do this dance for a long term. Because there's sometimes i'm going to be able to do stuff the way you want it and other times we're not going to not going to so i think i think everybody i think so you saying that. They knew not to bite the hand that feeds them by. I don't see. I don't i don't think i i don't see it that way. Because it's not a matter of biting the hand like what. What could they do not give us the videos or we were especially then. There was still a lot of music being played on mtv and so it just didn't make it didn't make an account remember came. It came someone's ego had to get shattered. That was that big. I mean at some point Like you had been around. I mean okay. Let's take okay. You weren't you. Were going by the time forever. Came out when when when they're puppies forever album come out he nine nine. I want to say know what came which forever have a that was no no but i mean we have a story stout so is there a good steve stoute story. Well steve stoute story. I think has been told that. Is there a good. Puffy story is my last week my last week get. Mtv there was an executive from bad boy that while puff was his route they were right across the street. Actually in the building that we exist in right now and came across to fifteen fifteen broadway with with with a couple of Very very large gentleman To facilitate his moving and executive came over to try to intimidate to intimidate a people in the music department. Now i don't want to use any proper nouns but there was there was a guy will will. We'll call him. Bob bob Who was who's new in was running department and wasn't used to this type of activity activity. And so i and fred understanding that this activity was not going to bode well for the long term Again this is about a long term play. Yes there was a mistake. Made about playing playing the video with knives and puff in some ways on the cross and they were supposed to be on i was going to. The controversy. was the fact that puffy didn't want to be seen as on the cross that's correct. That is the controversy. The controversy did not want to be seen on across the. Why did you shoot it well. By the way. I i support that. You don't in the field you had it in the room right and you make them so you can make decisions. You can't like we should've shot that so he didn't get final say he did. There was a mistake there was there was a there was a there. Were standards issues. Where standards means like. Oh you can't do that because that's going to get us in trouble and there's creative issues so in that all the standards issues we're taking care of in the edit. Puffing across wasn't a standards issue it was a creative issue The creative issue didn't taken care of in so an aired with puff on the cross. You know right to puff. Stout thing i don. I can't talk about it because i wasn't there. That that's documented but couple of folks came across the street and like what went on now. The the problem of course was there's nothing that could have been done. You can't take off. You can't have on it so that wasn't really wasn't a good use of force. It just wasn't a smart use of force. It was just a use of force out of anger not out of intelligence or or thinking it was going on. Why were the unsavory gentleman at fifteen fifty broadway and not at the editor's post or closer access filters. Are you saying that they called you. Guys said stop playing video and you guys said nope. That's the point. The point is all they had to do is say. Don't play the video. We wanna play the video again for the fact that played in the first place was a mistake and we knew that it was. It was out of emotion so it was not michael so he has the video game that the video had come from the label. Right yes so somebody at the label screwed up. So we're way yes so did the label does not have the right did not have the final version or did they descend over the two. If i remember correctly test my memory. We we had two versions. The wrong one got played. Remember it was a creative is united in the one that played was the one that took care of all the standards issues. And so. that's how that's how the wrong. But i think that was the one and only time it was played. There was no there was actually nothing to be gained by coming over and doing that. Right right. 'cause except and sure enough. I've talked about the you know you play the long play for the long ball that damage that relationship and i that was literally my last week. Mtv not because of that. i was just. They were scheduled. Be the last week. And i've always take this moment say loved. Mtv and being there it was very cool. Even if i have announced where i was leaving and where i was going They let me stay. Like i remember the finish out the week. It wasn't like close up your laptop computer leave right now. I've always always have that. So the time was bt part of the Vicompte conglomerate over the independent bt was independently owned was privately owned Bob johnson of course with the person who founded it he taken it public and then taking it private again. So he he was the major shareholder. Is it privately. Owned at that point time and you felt like that was better. Move or a better. That's what i. Here's where i decided to put my by job where my mouth was right and i looked i looked in the said like oh maybe could be able to better do a little bit different than i am. And i knew that there was some different ways that labels retreating bt and an mtv at the time and so there was just an opportunity to to make a change and so it was someone at the beginning. What were your thoughts of. Did you see it as the kind of kid redhead. Stereotypes style of the videos show history immediately sad to change that. Who or like. Oh we can step this up a little bit or that sort of. I think it was more than we can. We can step this up. I knew it was it was it was handcuffed by being in. Dc being in dc was a great thing for Because when bob needed to get stuff done on capitol hill that was the perfect place to be but to to really be an entertainment in a player in the entertainment world. It was tough being a dc kinda motown detroit Less to la. Yeah yeah but except except the talent lived in detroit so that was great. The talent coming. Dc was always a bit of a challenge. It was it's out of the way right so one of the first things in my interview is like what do you think. Moving some parts of your stuff to new york and so they receptive or within within a year. We got there and i got there in june april april may of ninety nine and We kicked off on. September september eleventh. Two thousand it was here. I was in the room like there was a bunch of us but yeah but but yeah. There was a there was talk amongst us. You know my peers that you're going to have a black. Trl house like. How's that going to work. And you know. I could i. I could imagine such a thing and so yeah it. It actually worked it was it was. Yeah it was. It was live tv new york. Aj and free aj was actually supposed to be aj was actually. We were getting aj to help us find posts and that's all how we how we how we work with people. People reacted to them. Like no that. That's you because aj an even tonight howard is that right. 'cause that's eight alliyow yes to work against the wall. Right howard eliahu. Yeah yeah we used to go in high school. We went to bankers. We would go down there and he would make us laugh yet still doing. He's still doing that today. An free free actually was a free was an intern at wwl d. In boston i knew she was fifteen. Sixteen years old and always that personality. She was down with wycliffe. Slough with washing is. Yes marie antoinette. Right that's right. Yeah how's the free clutch funds. Wbz sister absolutely absolutely shot the aj free pay. It must be. You must be very proud. You have some some great talent. That's come through and my. aj has really done it. Rock roxy terrorists terrorist is killing it. I mean really tickets killing it on his own little way to you know absolutely and so yeah so where kids so at this point like how do you. Besides the recommendation like what's the reception to you. Kind of coming in shake things up. Where was it. It was read like the art of war and figure out like. Can you even talk about this. None i it was it was people wanted to. You know deborah lee. And and bob johnson really want to want to change. They wanted to be a kind of a. They want to be bigger bigger players in the game and said they were. They were absolutely open to change and and and and You know for example only to be like six months a year and the rest of them were repeats throughout the summer. So you could. You could change the videos. But the but the interviews sometimes like four months old. And so one i did was okay. It was going to keep the music up all year Great personalities hits from the street. You know his from the streets doing my favorite people in world. Little came from my second week there. I'm having meetings with people and have this meeting with a group of people and Erase accept him. I'm like oh you in this in this department. I just came in for the meeting. I heard you knew you got i. I'm funny i do this. And i'm like someone told not to kick him out the office and so i said okay. Here's one easy to do. I need you to get a camcorder. Because they're big big s camcorders in the day and just go somewhere for half an hour. Just play with people right. Just just just just get interact with people he said. I don't have a camcorder. And i said if you really want this gig you'll find a camcorder right. So he went and got a camcorder and went down to union station. And i don't remember every one of his bits number one. I never watched the whole tape number. Two one of his bits was going to play at least listen. I'm getting. i'm getting a gay friend a birthday gift. You look about aside. Would you mind trying it on for me to see if see if it fits problem. And he pulls out a condom. I literally the first fifteen minutes i fifteen minutes of. That tape was so fun and never looked the last fifteen minutes and we. Oh my gosh. i'm just remembering when i came there. They had already ad sales already. Sold the the titles of the shows. and so. I was stuck with title shows. But i could do whatever i wanted to with them. Right so hits from the street with a title i had had to use. It didn't matter what the show was. The show headed to cold kids from the streets and so that title. I just called him it. We just called him. He got his the streets and we sent him out on the streets and so became hits. The streets seats original name was jam. Zone jams oma head of her going going ahead of her time. Yeah she's like the black. Max headroom yet of okay bat reference okay It was too nah agree here but she's a little bit more controversial she. She got away with saying stuff that like. You know a a live person couldn't have done couldn't have done couldn't have gone because there was somebody coming mystery. Who was she really troy. Kelly told me. Close my eyes and then she started talking like you ever heard voices like nothing like that. No no no. The name came from the person who actually drew the design for for For the character sita. That was her name. It's time for a cedar revival. I wouldn't be more by the way i thought it. Brilliant of the prison. Somebody put together the bt harlem shake when that was the big thing and all of a sudden. Do the harlem shake and sita comes in. Goes from left to right ally champion there. It's crazy how much we have to pay for outdated impersonal healthcare and even crazier that we all just accept it. It's time to face facts. Healthcare is backwards. Luckily there's forward a new approach to primary care that surprisingly personal and refreshingly straightforward forward never makes you feel like just another patient backed by top rated doctors and the latest tech forward gives you access to personalized care whenever you need it using in-depth genetic analysis in realtime bloodwork forwards top-rated doctors provide you with in-depth insights to better understand your genetics mental and physical health. 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You are having a ball. When was the first time. And this gig when it was like official. You were having a ball. You were loving this job. this is it. He's always always from the beginning at concerts. Yes yes even at the police when the police reunited when the police. Are you black. Guys in the audience jumping their asses off. The whole audience was like too cool for school. And that's right and by the way and man because because copeland wasn't planning on record on no but they were found they. I was waiting for that this the fact that they were there enough for me. It was so how do you do. The stephen is intricate. You have such a dynamic like music tastes and now you're a bt like it was different when you were. Mtv you had this you had that now is a little bit more of a boxes. There's a big box. What does it a little bit more. But how do you survive in that and then at the same time you have to create standards for what you're gonna do in that box because it wasn't like it was like your college show where you just played black music. I mean you had standards. So how did you survive with this mentality of free music life in this box. I'm not sure under these as like. How do you reconcile the shoot. You like the situation now to make a real pretty when there's a lot of there's a lot of people who who have to work now that's echo sound right like i love this music thing. I love this music i love. I love television on but but my heart is an hardison music. And so the fact that i get to work in music at all. He's just the greatest thing in the world. I still have hobby. I'm still gonna go see radiohead. Traveling around the world as radiohead is my thing. That's my and you'll never be my won't be my job anymore. It wasn't on. Mtv negative make that that but but it's just love doing it and so so you really living still living your life like basically i feel like like a black radio person whereas we have other tastes but however at my job this is what i do absolutely absolutely but also you you try to you try to put not my taste but part of the cool thing. I never never lose desire in the love of like. Oh shoot. his brand new like anderson. Pack on on not painting many people who knew innocent. I was thankful for thank you for him. Well no no no. It's the it's the thing we did. We do we put on the bt was like we wanna find two people that nobody knows about county and hopefully people will people will People pick up on it. Do you think that you know 'cause Added group one time. A little brother never not ringing ring you know. And at the time there was a We had a video and it was. The rumor was that it was we got from. That was too intelligent for the listeners. i spent years trying to track that down literally no joke none over because that made no sense me because given and i don't remember the exact time period but like this part about always wanting to expose go. New directions of music is not new for anybody. Say that's an too intelligent. Just flies in the face of everything that i've done in my career and that our team wanted to do so i swear to god. I spent like who said to anybody in the team. There's intelligent i never found. That was no i mean. We didn't either. And i mean after a while it was just whatever ended up on the internet. You eight nine. I really could have been something. That came out of a an internet forum. Whatever you right so My question was do you think. Now you know a group like a little rubbings not about me but just like a group like that you think they have more 'cause from what i've seen it seems to me like y'all have more leeway now in terms of like getting the anderson in y'all doing the ciphers it seems like i have more leeway now to really put new people on. You did say ten years ago when we were going to do that. I mean that's how it seems to me. We have to do it in a different form because again like radio when we were doing. You know. there's there's tons of videos have have loved that we just couldn't play. There's there's more and more good music than there are slots to put it in when you're trying to programming on radio crinkle your eyebrows when i say like twelve and twelve synthesis and hours five heavy. But that's that's just the reality of of the business but on on the ciphers on those music matter slots that weaned than we did we do on the bt awards. That's when we get to like okay. We can't do it repeatedly like we do with videos but we can show people like this is some dose stuff you should you. Should you should know this. What is the challenge for y'all in terms of like staying Relevant which is the word that i hate. But i think you understand the context of what i mean You know in a we live in where you know videos and stuff are pretty much on demand now and you know just the way that people consume music is totally different. And there's so much more you know your network but you're competing with celebrities on snapchat. How how do you adapt to that we've had when it comes to music there's there's the musical and bt right now is really i. It's temples in our award shows A lot of stuff on centric we have bt which is still completely video bt soul as well but the idea of playing videos on on bt proper. It's a tough thing to do now. We don't have any video shows on on bt. Mtv a yeah. Because to your point everything's moved online. You used to sit around with man man when that new little bowel video comes right and funded. tv. I'm gonna be right there and now. It's like prozac. Let me see if there's no there's no you lose some of the discovery that comes along with but but i'm fascinated by folks like chance. The rapper the i love seeing love. I love seeing chance. The rapper at the top. This thing comes out know the top songs being played at radio and it has the name the song and the artist and the number of weeks. He's been on in the label. It's all right. Love seeing chance. The rapper and having no leaning that was that was fantastic. The last thing. I remember that happening was to rake best i ever had before he before he signed right. That's the last number one without a label so there's just different ways. Somebody's gonna make a whole bunch of money when they figured out how to harness that. Okay how do you. How do you reach critical mass at the same time on the internet. I don't think anybody really done that. Successfully repetitively yet. But there's these things that breakthrough and it's just. It's fantastic see hurts. Our business is a music lover and love to have more music on bt proper me love for the game. I i i love. The people can do that. I love the people. Don't have to be dependent on a distribution source to get their music heard so in your world would is the perfect. What what's the what's your vision of. Okay now especially now that your president like what is the vision to make it perfect Like what is your perfect vision of bt it's To make to make entertainment programming that people are either doubled over in laughter with or all up. Engaged in the drama can do being mary. Jane times three in real husbands of hollywood times four while doing things like charged the da versus black america which we did last night Ub stunned how how many people don't know what a da does who their da is or or or how they can elect them right and yet the da has more to do with how people How people go get charged. Go to jail than the police ever is focused on the police in african american interaction. It's all about the. Da police do delivery the door right the da decides whether what you have in your pocket is going to get you probation or a twenty year or get charged for twenty years and so we get to do programs like that. I love that as well. we did. We did a. I think a great show on on oj simpson when talking about oj simpson and we went back to the hood where oj simpson came from from that perspective. So if you can get people to think about your program and plus double over laughter and be involved with the drama. That's the thing and then of course the big awards show on a smaller note. I'm just curious how to decide what you're going to syndicate. Because i know you guys have like wendy williams. Do scandal tasha used. But that's interesting too. Because i always thought it was interesting. What shows you decide to do. That is now has so many original programming. But how did we did a lot of the day. And you gotta you gotta fill every kind of all cable stations are building them my love you syndicate a bit. You do a little bit of original programming and then sometimes you do do some temples and so with that same thing. We got scandal because that was driving the everybody was all up in at the time And that was really soon started. Was being syndicated because it was like. Yeah but but that's the way that's the way it's happening now. Things are coming on. Things are coming on getting syndicated sooner. But but there's challenges around that because now you can find almost like with with videos you can find them. Wherever you want to on your device that loss that i would have lost that bet a ten years ago so said ten years ago and give you something the size of your phone and you're gonna watch video not just a video but you're gonna want something for an half an hour two hours straight on this. No no no. It's not gonna happen. But i lost. I lost lost that like scandal. Do not original programming state. You got syndicated region it. Hey mikey i would be remiss. If i didn't bring up kind of the the the contract will not the controversy. But i an obviously in some people's eyes the you know there's people that like thank god for bt and focused on stuff. I want to see. And there's another the the cricism. First of all. I hate that. Bt uncut went away. though you know. and i'm gonna tell you why. I'm just keep runnin which i like bt cut because it came on at a time when no children's should be up anyway. I mean and so like it came on so i was wanted supporters. You know regardless of whatever. I was going to people that defended bt for income like listen. We all watched these songs it birth us some of the greatest songs by black. Jesus is still a personal favorite of my open episode about jar like that. I mean you brought spelman girls. Now let me guess a year or so ago that bt cut was coming back but is april fool's joke but the but hold on between people who like wow. That's very funny people. Like i can't wait. Wait wait wait the way cable. Television is now actually. Because i mean fx in a are being very very More relaxed about a language nudity. It would never work because you get online right now. That's the that's the only reason that never because it's available everywhere now. That's that's the that's the you know. It wouldn't be a surprise now. We wouldn't be shocked if it we're on but it just would rate well and that's the thing was created because there were all these videos were editing and again i come from a place where i want people's artistic right. I don't know if the left is about him up thinking about you because i had a vision. My head of you. Editing netted nearly tipped same. We'll come back but the idea was like there's all these videos coming we'll have to edit them so people can watch them during the daytime but you want see their artistic expression and then to your point like let's put them on later so they're just uncut. This is just the you know. We can't put porn on but but but but we don't want to but so it was four videos that kind of existed but in there and we play them in a natural form during uncut and edited form during the day. The challenge came when people started making videos for and so that was that was the challenge that people were like. Oh that's where we're going. We're not even gonna work because everybody wanted to get on daytime like nine. I'm worried about daytime. I just wanna get on. An uncut was whatever. It was a ratings success. It was a ratings. A great tip. Drill is the one that looks at is. The is the video that was kind of made foreign cut in and it wasn't that kind of kind of it was the point. You're the timing. But my point was when i realized how popular it was was on one. Oh six park pedalo. Bill came on par. Oh my lord and said my favorite show is bt on and we shop. We thought she was doing as a joke. And and so. I forget what the she i think she offered his. Oh yeah watched that my favorite my videos. What that thanks melanie. we'll be right this commercial. Commercial get ages the negro spiritual. I loved him. Indiana thank you very much state but i think people people have criticized bt in the past. I gotta say that when people bring a bt adam like we took that off like eight years ago seven years ago and usually when it comes to people that things that people criticize. It's things were seven or eight years ago. So it's you know i think people who watch it now and that may be when people checked out so i don't i don't follow them if you check out at a certain time. Then that's you know. I checked out a radio. Twenty years ago. I still think. I complete whatever i want to buy. So now i don't have to watch bt proper i'm gonna watch bt jams or if you've got we got hip hop you won't bt jams. You've got your soul for bt soul. Black women black got centric congratulations about can you. Can we just a moment for centric when you decide. I'm guessing when you decided to really make be black woman channel. It's only like a year ago. John did this year and a half year. Half fantastic campaign. I tried to get a job there. Auditioning and everything. But that's another thing i wanted to hear. Thank you want. I mean you know why because because there's no there's no other entity out. There really focused on black women exclusively right so the point is for central is whenever you go to centric. No matter what time of day it is no matter win. It is if you're black. You're going to go there and find something that appeals to you and while there's other shows on different channels every once in a while like you go to send you're gonna find that hopefully twenty four hours a day. That's that's the goal behind center. I appreciate light on me to switch so anybody who's who you know bassett bt. I think two or or or criticizes. I love criticism. I wanna be clear like honest criticism. You get sharper you understand. What folks. I love that. But if it's from eight or seven years ago seven eight years ago and it's like we'll watch it now if you still have the same criticism that no i'm gonna say i used to be one of the heavy criticize still But i will. I've started watching a lot more recently. Because i got cable again and elections. Yeah thank you job pretty much. I got a job The programming definitely has changed quite a bit. And i think the big difference is just the music videos. Aren't there and i think that actually might have made the channel better. If you don't i that's hard. That wasn't a question. So i don't feel like i'm with that was called gotcha compliment okay. I'm i'm i'm saying that because you know you would turn on all times a day and it was just almost always all music so there's a lot more variety of i don't want to listen to music all day. You know so you know. I can turn on catch a house. Painter run score. i think too. It was something to be said. You know like a buddy my were talking. Yes theory of like how you kinda just grow out of things right. So it's a funny thing would be t where was for me. It was a thing where when i was a kid. I've watched like all day like that. Was i was rap city video operations midnight. Hour green screen seen. Oh my god yes even take it back. I remember telling me something good. Was that zero lee. It was a game show in on game. Show where people would call in. You missed that. I was not there. This was eighty seven eighty eight. This is the passing interest tripling angeles dribbling robin breedon. Who is back on the radio. Robin radio on the reruns of the show. Desmond's you're making serious them. I have like four seasons syndicated not indicate some of it's on dvd. It was it was from back in the day test. But i will watch it as a kid like that was all i would do but then it got to a point where i kinda just grew out of. You know what i'm saying but now as an adult like in my thirties you know what i'm saying. Now i watch it again so it was like there's content for me there but it was just that middle funded funny partly county in your twenties where it kinda it kinda lost. Maybe it's just growing out of it and you know what he just said y- growing up in videos never really played on their two or no. I didn't watch a i. Don't i don't have any regrets of the tortoise and the hare journey only because like you know. I look at all my peers that did get instant rotation love and they're kind of on the side of the rue broken down vehicles and about about the long guy maier the your your childlike enthusiasm for music when i see you in concerts and everything all that stuff but having witnessed you at several bt awards. I wonder how you keep so cool especially this year now on this i was. I was randomly on facebook the other day. And somebody posted a video of actually. The jackson's posted a video of their performance at the their final performance at michael's fiftieth anniversary. And how halfway through halfway through there is a clear day. Shot stephen hill just going crazy in the crowd. I remember that. Yeah i always know you are because you're the most enthusiastic audience member ever. It's true but okay now. This is where the suit and me wants to know like when you're at the bt awards. I would be losing my mind every second only because it's like it's such a down to the wire. Is this going to work. It's not gonna work because you know you can't be there as a fan watching this performance you have to trust in your director. You have to trust in the creative people. You have to trust the talent i mean. Do you not having zayed's on whether or not blah blah blah made they're playing or not or there's a plan b. or plan c. or we got cut this part of the show we had to edit that part of the show light just the things that i now know in television production that dr proprietors and bosses crazy. You never have that on your face. But i know for this year. Anybody anybody anybody who works with me. He was hearing this. Perhaps he doesn't know who stephen hill is. Maybe he's looking at somebody else's face because it's always. It's always poker face time. Now for instance now this year with the with the passing of our king. Ooh mr hill you. You took a very no. I mean you took a very bold dance with the tweet. I was the best thing. Yeah shame kind of. Here's the thing. Mill mir was on stage. You know he was all state cleared the stage and the way you insinuated that i just wasn't which wasn't on stage with them. I introduced them. And now you can say what this is in regard sewer. Oh are we allowed to. I don't know i'm asking you this in the past. Isn't it okay. So he's my manager. No they were referring to be madonna performance of Clear something i wasn't talking about madonna. Okay no no no no no no no no what i was talking about is if you're going to be real about if you're gonna if you're gonna tribute. Prince if madonna had myself in trouble with madonna had her tribute awesome to have someone else. Cover another aspect and has have someone else. Cover another aspect. Okay now here's this so people took was me against another person it was just like as a tribute a whole we got you. It was it was it was really like that's how i came out. I didn't take your tweet as something to madonna receiving. But i understood what you were going. But here's the thing the timing though and you know the time say fan literally well in the audience you know prince. Well you know what i mean. You know his music well and being as though it's slim pickings out there. Would you said we got you. I instantly got worried because it was like. Wow okay now. The pressure's on and everybody is betting on black k. And now all i'm thinking is who do you have in mind. That can even come close to what points really mean fourth letter of the alphabet in nineteen sixty one or sixty two john f. kennedy went to rice. University gave a speech. Said guess what the end of this decade. we're gonna put a man on the moon chiro. Yeah people at nasa. Were like what we don't have the technology. We don't have the capability. We don't have the people. We cannot get a man on the moon by by by by sixteen. But sure enough in faith in like you. You believe in your people that that happened. I had a feeling that you would be. I was going to lose sleep. No i had a few notable. I had a feeling that you'd be onboard. That's that's that's the we had. That's the that was. That was the foundation. i'm disarray. The foundation was that had. I had a feeling that some other people would come on board and with our knowledge and our respect for that guy and knowing how much our audience was going to want it i we just. We didn't have the tools of time. But we knew what we knew that it existed right and so we we knew would be onboard right. We knew nell would be onboard. So are you saying these people were confirmed when you sent that. Oh no no. Nobody was confirmed. Oh no no no. We thought we'd had our first conversation you know isn't even on. The thing was when he did that. I just. I'd set in my room for like almost two days like programs. Think wow like you thought he weren't ask who no. no no. I knew. I was going to be part of this. We got an md mood which was like who because the thing is that the people that i feel that are close to prince's talent aren't names and as a suit the suit me was like who has a name that will really bring him justice. Our name name burlap. Obviously but it was really sell right. It was a risky would allow to was out and bring him to you personally. Part into it produces everything but was it a. He's gonna hit out the park or was it a non of our audiences ready for him yet or like what. What are you thinking in your head as we're bringing this how you how. How deep totally forgot. Oh this those daughter out okay. Sure okay alright. We in so dsl couldn't couldn't make it right and so there was. I remember exactly where we were on the phone. Having this call from the backup. I love that john f. kennedy story because it's just a story of faith in sort of desire and like if you can get people together you can go towards that goal and i knew enough. People loved prints that we would be able to go towards that goal and and the prince was the star faith versus science by the way fair enough. Now i'm thinking of or or believing that the science exists. We just haven't found it yet. And that's what it was. That's exactly what i was. I'm glad you phrase it that way. It was having the faith that the science is going to follow that faith right. And that's exactly what this was with with prince thing but knowing that you were on board i'm not true was was was was a big part of the foundation ended up prince was the star and that we knew you picking your words. No not picking my words. It's just it's just a happy a happy and i'll say this now. A happy accident look tweet was we had a feeling that that the that that tribu is going to be was not gonna be fulfilling fulfil all the things that you want around that so we thought that it. Maybe it'll get a little press printer star and now you've got to find people who love and respect him enough to pull off to pull it off. They don't have to be they don't have to be. We didn't need the biggest names in the world. Right we need. The people respected them music. Right we started that tribute with and i love the people pick up on it. We started that tribute with ballot of dorothy parker which is a deep album cut. There wasn't any strikes around. It like erica. Just saying that there and did it because we were sitting there like okay. This is going to be real. This is for real prince fans. But we're still gonna give deliver you top notch talent and you were the i never thought of before you know. It's just one long verse. There's there's just that's the thing that by the way we said that. I was like i had known the song for free and thirty years. I've never thought about that. It's just one long. I was the suit and he was the one. Because they say yeah. Let's bounced off park. I'm like wait. What part do i take. You guys won't let me do three minutes. I know like i'm instantly. Thinking suit television producer mood and not in creative mood so it was just so cool about it like break the rules for that one and then and then once once once the angelo left out we actually. If i remember correctly we we both came to allow independently and were surprised at the other. One was going to coco. Gonna let me do it. You won't allow a great revolution. Took the league ever since then allows been doing like gigs. We knew that we knew that was what changes new the second met happened. Then every member of the revolution Minus brown mark hit me up and just like thank you for that. And i felt like super justified in at least like dot not. I don't want to say. I wanted to dodge the bullet. I wanted to hit the target but traffic the whole country go yes put. It was risky. Because the thing is like i'd rather in my mind i would rather done. Non popular print standard. So that wouldn't judged like it's hard for you to have an opinion about slow love or stop trying to impress the orders. The prints org people men. Yeah yeah i'm in. But i think it's harder if you say all right when doves cry in one thousand nine hundred nine like. I felt more for sheila than anything. Because she was going for the hits us for the juggernaut. So you'll get she engine engine engine l. Put that put. Great artistry and great show person ship to it as well. We're we're costumes and dance across the stage and you know it is great music performed by the nba. Lau did beautiful. Words don't have floor. We knew vocally well. You know what. I really knew it. But america didn't american didn't know yes but but but but and that's the point that the cool thing is talk about exposing new artists like he's not a new artist but like people who he was that night right. The same way can be the year before it was tori. Kelly joy kelly was the one no one knew and then she stepped out to sing. Who's loving you like. oh god it. Is he getting more challenged. Because you know the one of the things that people look forward to the bt awards are the tributes not so you have pretty much. Like i mean. I just remember the year you had on alexander o'neal come out with Sharon is getting more challenging or is it getting more fun or is it. More as a combo of both china. Decide who you going to do. And then who's going to seeing it's always fun. It's always fun and challenge. We loved the. We loved the reunions. Surely you're planning it now. Like how far in advance do you. You have to plan seven months into asked. Oh yeah yeah absolutely. There's conversations being had already. Here's here's a good. I'm gonna give you the biggest secret. I'm more than anything else more than anything else on that show. You know you know. And we mentioned him earlier. Were or member of the band earlier in this conversation. I'm going to get tony. Tony tony back into the thing. The thing is the thing it worked out yet And i don't give away secrets. Like but but if i if anybody out there have you can get tony to help me. Get tony tony. Tony together All the way all the way. I want to pick the set list you got three. You know like the tony tony. Tony is my ex girlfriend. God is a home. How oh sorry stevie a minute. You don't know that That was that was uh. That was the album with anniversary. I know you know that one why you gotta play me with the young because she was six years old when it came out sixteen all lucy pearl album. I'm just joking that's a joke. I'm just i'm i said. Hey little walter. Give me some credit to joke anything. Or who else would you like to. Unite is a two way for ready for the world. Yes an ready for the world like surface. It's going to be the thirtieth anniversary of new. Jack swing so i would imagine we talk about new jack. Swing for a second. Because i feel like the john or that period of music has been sorely overlooked. I think it was something that you had to be there for like. It's a hard sell to people in two thousand sixteen rex because the music was great. But like i mean it was kind of hokey. It now like listed the baselines and the drum program. I mean like for example like the foreign exchange the cover. We did a stevie wonder if she works hard one of the main reasons why i want to do that. Song was because i thought it was a great song. So the new zakia just take the jungle fever. You know but those are great songs but just the production of the time it you know. It didn't serve them. Well didn't he. Didn't age well side note. Yeah that's the one thing. I big from stevie wonder people like can. I have the masters to jungle fever fever just so i can take the drums away and put what i think he would do. In nine hundred. Seventy three to so the candles. I love the candles without terms. No rexona effect. Uh we'll get back together. We could just make new jack swing. We got them back again for the soul train. Wars luella we did. How do you determine what soul train will get versus. What very very good question. It's a very good. Are you allowed to say what your your your baby is. And what your steps on his house. Yeah because then hip hop honors my favorite my favorite. No disrespect favorite celebration of gospel. Because if you can't sing don't come wait a minute. That was a fourth category. I was even thinking of celebration of gossip. You can't sing. Don't come anytime. i actually got into the room where we might lose good singers. I don't i learned that you're no is it was. It was a choice by good singer to song. I respect that. That's fine but but you gotta thank celebration of gospel. I just wanna call to adam. Show tyra when when i see you. London adams walk into a room. My i smile. Because i know my ears are next she is. She just is just a gift to sound. So between bt wards and soul train awards How do you end. both of them are your responsibility. Yes i'm gonna say earlier. We all talk about how to keep calm head. We have the best production crew in the business. With jesse collins entertainment loves engine and connor landau who oversees it for most directly for for for bt is just the best in the business. like so. when. I'm not worried about missing flights because if they do jesse will find a way to to rent a prop plane to go. Pick them over. You got to get done. I forgot who he did that too but he told me the story. You've getting someone last minute. Absolutely get it get it done know dusters i said cross in probably private i said prop okay back but soldiery. Here's soldiers. soul. Train is really about it. The soul like it. It's it's it's pretty hip hop free and it should have a groove. Why james worked so well on this year anderson pack. Who's kind of in between works on it. Yuna worked on drew hill with your airpods. This year we had drew hill we had attributed teddy riley Yuna road james. Eric benet because that's sunshine is just oh okay Speaking of which what. okay. I kind know the answers since i'm working for them but is there any chance in hell even if it's not on bt proper for you to really develop. I wanted to develop a midlife crisis. Bt channel for i would've what are the elements of that show. Well i just. I need living single reruns. I'm freaked. Yeah forget the rerun list that we have that's endless but i need of eleven fifty eight. Am on a saturday. No one in two minutes. That the soul train animations coming on is one of the most thrilling moments of my childhood. And i know twelve twelve hundred philly occasionally twelve sometimes one in the morning but yeah just i need eight eight what. Vh one was to mtv back in the eighties was meant to be. Oh my god that by one time. Vh1 when they were playing. Paul simon and the was the chevy chase video. Rosie o'donald white guys channel now. Don't worry be happy all the time. That's funny yeah. I just i don't i feel like soul train and the interests of soul train could still have life into it is possible and i know you. I knew i was not escape without having that question. But it is possible that you know that bt and seoul trainer joined joined. Now yes if you need anything let me know. So we talked about new episodes and if he's talking about classics. Do you stop it. This chamara more years. Or where do you stop. Solter into me is nineteen seventy-one to the last episode the commodores episode of nineteen ninety-three which was don's lascaux out. The communist was still around in ninety. Three what was the dog there. Last their last song was logged off recounts nineteen ninety very. It was very. Don't play please. don't play it. no please play. I've never heard the song my life. I can commodores yet. So i don't. I don't mean for my personal collection. Though i'm talking about. I still think they should a soul train app for for apple. Tv and roku and smart. You're exploring all sorts of opportunities with soul train high conic. It is and how much it means to so many people who cryer it. But i just heard about it from their their their l. degeneration. So there's there's you know eight minutes the president doesn't unfortunately done didn't have clearances or or you know so there's licensing issues we've been working on. It's like four years already. I think maybe wonder years of black television. Maybe like three hundred but some some episodes have been totally cleared. But i think the whole goal is just to have the entire we be great to have the whole entire catalogue cleared but after the soul train episodes goes off on your mid life crisis channel spoke was. I think he just wants. Also to episodes a soul train. A week that i program. And then what else is on the channel want kung fu flicks in so basically you want it to be bounced tv. Oh that i get. But i can get you know has has a vice land in revolt had any effect on effect or impression or have you guys is a matter. Is it inappropriate autism matter. Is it anything that they're doing that. You like. I would suggest you watch diseases and mural on vice land in mural on by land okay Yeah it's Future black comedy. He's actually telling the truth. Okay so has vice land or revolve back. Mark was getting that. Because i appreciate vices. Different approach to to media And i'm hoping you know to freshen things freshen things up to use that term Revolt is i think is awesome exhibition around music. We're just not do that. We we do that. On kinda jams. Insolvent numbers remain anymore. I was just curious. It's funny because we were talking about noisy to other day and it's it's funny. It's a really great show in a way however as my mother said when she walked in and walked out when she saw what was going on it feels like you call that cultural tourism so i was just asking because there are some things that you know we could do without it feeling that way we we overuse historian but you know absolutely authentically black as what we what we are beating we. We are the culture folks. The folks read about speaking of which you went to the white house this year. Yes actually yes. I forgot we. Okay i talking about going you know going but then i forgot you were actually there to witness everything. Okay let's talk about the actual production of of the show. I want i wanted to talk about the afterwards. After love and happiness. Approach you or how did you. How did you shout to janine library from to who really has been Who's been working with the white house. Look the white house. You may not i. Can you believe it now but white house has this great collection of black women who work there. I've seen the article is a collection of black women with whom to your friends especially janine and so like look. We really want to win. You know that thick of the election is over. We want to hear something. That's like a just great good party just to throw down. There's no there's no rhyme or reason to it just just have fun and so two years in the making They were like yes and so we were honored to go to the white house to be part of the last musical celebration. They've had over the years for for country and for firm from memphis tennessee for memphis. And back racking hal. David had one and so this was just one for eighty and so Committee was on was on board roots. And and juno monet and and and we also they also requested by the president of the united states said a tear when i told them who else was requested. Well we all were requested But the this okay. So i guess the rumors that you know. What's on his ipod. And you know he wanted to see that. Come to light what. It's kind of weird knowing that the leader of the free world has a root song on his when he works out in the gym in the morning. I'm trying to figure that one out. 'cause i'm like probably we this. Aren't we the sunday afternoon. I can count maybe four songs that are over like one hundred. bpm's like. I thought we were the relaxing evening songs. Maybe maybe part of his cool down maybe on this on the on. The tape reporter cooled. Maybe who knows who knows Yeah but we were there and we had a good time. You had a good time. It was the lassie was. He said he wasn't gonna sing and then he sang at the end. I think he grabbed. Somebody's mike love and happiness tabatha. My favorite moment though was okay. So i'm sitting in the section with dale also and with common and we're watching bbb do poison and so at the white house at the white house. Mike all seven of us are collectively looking at each other like well. We know there isn't a radio edit version of the so. How are they going to handle the low pro. Hope dog on. That's the only one house watching. I was watching first lady dog. It was the most magical moment on my life. it was. It was kind of her arm. Movements to write the co-hosts cutler afro all no is that obviously in nineteen ninety. That must have been there jam when they were dating chicago because there was his levels of roger. Rabbit them going on that. I like doing the talk. Did he get on the back. Did he get on it. Zoo comedy moment but not commie moment. Yeah i'm just saying that. That was the real moment. I've ever seen pos influences and she mouth. The words and i was just like two sheets like it. Let me ask. i'm sorry. i just had many questions. So she mouthed the words so wishy mouth and the whole song. Was she singing a song and the crew used to do right so it will never see it on tv. You will never see you'll never see. Don't you will never see. You will feel on her earliest missing word including social media so it was so much energy around that you were like it was it was. It was palpable. It was undeniable. it was. i think you're right. It hasn't been there song at some point in time and that's why we kind of introduced like well. You know we. The first movie was do the right thing. But you know we imagine at some point in time you guys dance to this dog. And they jumped up your. I'm sorry so y'all are not telling this story in linear turns so let me ask you said you introduced it so you introduced to the crowd like they're literally you're on the stage and you're like okay coming up next got a song. I thought that was obvious. Now i know. I know yeah because we set it. Yeah they said it wouldn't believe yes definitely how you said it. Oh we talked about their first date and then we magic at some time doing your courtship. This was your song but we didn't know it was true because that because once it happened because the tone of the night was like yes jill. Yes yes. you're the burden. Yes john l. and yes yes common. Yes thank you very positive. And then when scared him hit. It was like like the pajama jimmy. Am i to understand. There is going to be televised part of this. Which which will have the jill and all of that stuff and then the other stuff. After party for later there were the after part so that not. The party was the okay. So yes. that's what you're saying that she wow couldn't figure that out. I really did. Not i love you. Thank you because somebody at home is with me aren't you. That's okay you be saving your zone number dumb question talking to the people right now. Fevers at all time but my point is that there were three versions of that. There is bts There is bbc's performance of it was was flawless and there was us looking at each other. I wish there was a camera. Just looking reaction camera at between poss- mace me to wreak common Dave to go everyone spouses. Everyone's like we were just looking at each other like. Is this supposed to happen. Are they allowed to say and then look at her. she's got they poison like it was just. It was the craziest moment. I've ever seen in my life. Thanks thanks no. It was bedtime can cut time. It was by the videos. The video vibrations union. Yes did not have to take that video down. Just showed the rest of the world that you know what he had to go. And he don't give a what he'll be audited next year but the happen i do all right so fonte man i learned. What did we learn. Stephen ill as a lot more musical appreciation than i realized. You know saying this is the first time that mean you've ever really have that conversation and You know it's is always funny and again you know you you as it early of just you know the people who are imposition or who are in power and they program and it's like the things that they have to program A lotta times. It's very different from the stuff that they appreciate in the realized. You know what. I'm saying. So i just really appreciate opportunities to sit in a clear and just really just talk about music just as fans. I mean when you talked about going to see radiohead i mean. Do like ice bro. Manchester england july fourth and july fifth. Man yeah you you got tickets. I know but i'm gonna get them. We have better luck than i did with the new york shows. Oh they sold out. I think the server crash something and by the time it was sold out so no no. No no but i wanna be clear. I got online. That's how i went to go see him in amsterdam. Oh so you don't know takes the fun out of it. I think i'm sorry. Getting free. tickets the fun part for me. Tell me sometimes just a fan though right so sometimes i was online at because they would say ten. Am in every place. So i was up at four. Am on waste dot org. Because he's not that you'll waste dot org get tickets for radiohead for amsterdam. Last may absolutely but do. Sometimes you do it as a fan. I'm a fan of music like this. Sometimes i'll i'm not going to say like i never dialing for tickets. I'm going to maximum mary. I'm calling in for tickets right but there. Sometimes you just want to have the entire fan experience and with radiohead you want those the management that news. I do i do absolutely but if you're gonna call them right if if stub hub and everything else fails and i really wanna go. Then i will. But that that's the last resort because with them it's just like i'm a fan. Damn that's what i learned. I learned that. Stephen hill really is a thin. Wants to pay for it. Steve how you doing I learned a lot about steven hill. I learned a lot about radio. I learned a lot about pt What i found interesting was your. It seems like from day one. You got the charge out of breaking new artists or new songs or new music from your college radio days now still even up until now. It sounds like you're doing that still and still gain that same rush from it. So i found that cool and interesting data breath. Amazing okay. i'm saving you for last. Because no you're you're dc's finance boss bill yes. What did you learn today. Br i learned about hitting the post. I didn't know there was a terminal and postmaster general yeah postmaster so going to be hearing a lot about hitting the post in the future. I can't be fedex or no mailroom hitting the post hitting the post while. Thank you steve for yet. Another task for me to master. You got my pleasure. Oh gosh what's have it. You do such a buildup date. If i don't do feel like an idiot i was gonna say i'm learning. I'm learning that you can leave radio and go to greater and better things however. I'm still learning how to do that. Because it's interesting when you said. It was a time when people really appreciated radio people's opinion like mtv and those times have changed. So i am learning that. I'm appreciating love. I i think in that way leaving radio and transitioning to something better. That's what i meant me as the radio. Show not me as a mere thompson. Yeah okay thank you. And i learned you should never lose your passion and your spirit about radio may about music in that way because most radio people we start out that way. But sometimes the business j.j. You a little bit and you know you. Don't listen to music for a while. And that's what i've been doing. So you kind of encouraged me never worked in the music music business and you've been hurt and fired a couple times as you know he likes. We'll take a break. But no i'm gonna keep it going. I learned the importance of front selling. 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823 D&S: Just In Case You Were Wondering, Today is Thursday

The Nice Guys on Business Podcast

41:39 min | 2 years ago

823 D&S: Just In Case You Were Wondering, Today is Thursday

"Hey strike. Do you think there's anybody out there in an audience that has a podcast could be? I think we definitely need to hear from those people, you know, ninety nine percent of podcasters don't make any money from their podcast. Let alone make you know, a lifestyle out of their podcasts. And that's something. We've been able to do actually with our podcast the nice guys on business. We have made a six figuring out of our podcast. You can learn how to go to Turkey podcast dot com forward slash gift. GIF t not Jeff like the peanut butter or the image style. Now. GIF t- turnkey podcasts dot com forward slash gift. Five ways to make money podcasting. Check it out today. Attention. Tonight's movie is been the nice guys on business followed the Zanny antics of our combat surgeons as a cut and stitch their way along the front lines would nonstop fuck ary. So Steve session the guy that created zero shoes he was also on shark tank and turn down a four hundred thousand dollar partnership with one of the one of the sharks from shark tank. He turned it down because they wanted a fifty percents share of the share of the business, and I'm like holy shit that I mean, would you give away? Okay. Somebody says to you tomorrow. Alright strickland. Here's the deal. I'm going to give you four hundred thousand dollars to dump into turn keys. So that you can build the marketing tool and the systems that turnkey has inex- changed for the four hundred grand. I want a fifty percent stake in the business. It's one hundred six miles to Chicago. We got a full tank of gas half a pack of cigarettes. It's dark, and we're wearing sunglasses must be time for the nice guys on business. And cast. Need an education on how to grow your business? The nice guys are here to help. Learn about great customer service networking, and how just being nice can help you prosper now here all your host, Doug Sandler and Strickland. Bonner? Okay. It is Thursday. Welcome back. Welcome back into some brand new goddamn your. I guess Tuesday was in new year wasn't it. That was January for oh. You know? I was going to ask you about that. Should we have placed? And maybe we did. And we just you're just realizing this now or maybe I'm realizing this now should we be doing? A maybe our our factory episode on Monday this week and just screw everybody up because isn't Monday. Wait what day is that? What they actually is New Year's day New Year's day is Tuesday. So I think our Tuesday the sewed was Sean came out on New Year's day just Thursday. So it's actually the third. So this stricken Boehner on the other side of the microphone, Mr. Doug Sandler. That's right. We run a tight fucking show. The first time you've ever listened. It doesn't get any better than this. This is well, but this is the brand new year. So let's just turn over a new leaf in two thousand nineteen you know with the new leaf should be. Let's let's just do our best job not to suck. Is that possible? Not that different from what we've done before we trying hard enough not to suck. I'm trying. I try need to pull my either. I need to turn my mic down a little or you need to turn your mic up a little or somebody needs back. Your little you can pull back. Okay. I know Sean was pretty quiet. But now good we'll fix max. Yeah. I mean, two thousand nine hundred I really think two thousand nineteen going to be a fucking awesome year. I mean, I've already started off the year feeling kind of good about myself and just where I am in life and what's going on. I mean, totally totally. It's going to be a great year. I love it. I'm looking forward to it. I'm thinking the same thing. As far as the show goes same old shit the rest of the life. Oh, yeah. The yeah. Was of course, I wasn't referring to the show. This show is going to be horrible. Just like this way. We're sorry everybody. We appreciate you being here as we get into this year two thousand nineteen it's going to be the year of the second season. At some point. We will probably in September hit one thousand episodes. Unless of course, somebody kills either Strickland or myself, but I think even without strict or myself, the show will go on Doug is dead long. Live the nice guys. Paul is a dead, man. We miss him. We miss him. Is that is kind of like now. I think there should be like more like Led Zeppelin, if if we lose a member, I'd look I don't know about you. I'm not going to keep doing it. You know, if you if you're only maybe maybe for an episode or two we'll see fig well streaky away. You know, I seem to do a lot of interviews, and it would be it'd be kinda, you know, if if something happened, let's say around the end of December since he passed it and it didn't happen. This is probably good since if something happened in the end of December, and we still had like ten or fifteen episodes in the can should the episodes live on or out of out of paying homage to to me. Would you would you just cut the episodes for feeling like that was a good memorial to me as just instead of actually putting a an an interview? It's just going to be like thirty minutes of silence. To Steve O'Brien leading. And there's like nothing, but an Easter egg after that, it's kind of like, you know, when you when you kill chicken, and you cut the head off in the bottle running around. Yeah. Yeah. I think we'd have to do that. I'd have to air the other episodes that you had already recorded. You know, would there be any level of like like dedication at the beginning? You know, kinda like they do it a movie when somebody passes in the during the making of the movie this movie, dedicated to such and such and maybe can I be like who's the guy that wasn't Val Kilmer? Who was the guy that was Batman the died. Who was a Batman that? Oh, no. That was the joker. He's ledger. Oh, he that's right. Leger to do they still do the movie though, when somebody passes in the middle the middle of making the movie do they figure out a way to write him out of the movie not depends on me and Carrie Fisher died when she was filming the lastest hours movie. Oh shit. I forgot she died. Yeah. Hey, you know, this wasn't a topic on the list. But I think let me go to Google right now. And let me put why exactly are we talking about? Is there something I don't know. What it does in twenty eighteen? All right. Let's look and see famous famous people's deaths fame was just going to be like the Oscars now where it's like we have to do. Exactly celebrity deaths in twenty eighteen stars. We lost. Okay. So jeeze Eminem. Now, we wished he died. Want to know who Hollywood law some greats? I wear the names Frank Adonis. Okay. I don't some of these people. I don't even reme-. I don't even know you. Goodfellas actor died. He was three Ethel Ayler. I don't I don't know her. Marshall dying. It's seventy five that was crazy, lavar. Yeah. What the heck? I'm looking at some of these people that died in twenty who's Colin crow crawl? I don't know. What the heck I'm sure that list gives you everybody that has any sort of affiliation with any Hollywood anything. So it's going to be a lot that you don't know. You just go for the ones that you do now. Okay. Hold on. Let's let me just see if there's anybody. Okay. Here's some how about George Hw Bush. She died at ninety four yet. You know, I live in Texas. Right. And this was I think he died like I dunno almost a month ago. A bunch of the flags are still at half mast. I mean, I think a week is good. Actually lived here grew up in very proud of Texas. But dude, come on. You gotta put the flights up. It's I'm actually thinking that the flags are flying at half mast because Stephen hill and Burg who was the creator of SpongeBob squarepants. He died at fifty. He did he was fifty seven. He had isn't LS. Lou Gehrig's disease? Correct. Yeah. Why he died at fifty seven. Yeah. If you didn't know that just yeah. That cheese are so many people that died in so many young people that died in in in in twenty in twenty eighteen jeez. Check this out some people that are still living that I wished I. They have Stanley the legendary marvel comics writer died at ninety five. He was the creator of the of Spiderman hulk Thor iron man, X men and doctor strange he helped build a multibillion dollar movie empire. A just saw the I gotta remember what it was named. The new Spiderman movie that was the what the hell was it shit. I gotta look it up now because I can remember the name of it IMDB. Hold on the spider verse went right because it's animated Spiderman into the spider verse Nokia. It was actually really really good. It was very it's animated, but it's kind of random as really, but you know, Stanley always makes a cameo appearance in the movies, and he actually had a cameo in this. But it was just an audio Cammie. I'm curious if your recorded that before, you know, if it was recorded. For the movie before he died, or if they found audio to make it fit, right? I'm not sure which was very interesting. Look that up. So wait so Bill Bill Daley died, I dream of Jeannie star. Remember, he was I think he was major Healey isn't a who he was major. He'll he has he done anything since I dream of Jeannie forty years ago. Strickland when you play a role like major Healey in Heidari mcnerney. What seriously could you do next that could possibly surpass that in? No when you said the year of the Mustang that you wanted to get in the Tuesday episode nine nineteen you said you wanted to get it for the year that you were born I was going to have to beep at. I know. I know it doesn't mean you have to continue to date. Oh, sorry. Yeah. I'm I guarantee you there's a very large percentage of our audience, and has no idea who major Healey was even if they may be possibly, remember or know genie. Okay. How about this? Burt Reynolds died in two thousand two thousand eighteen on September six I love that. They put they put as his as one of his claims to claims to fame boogie nights, actor I mean, that's the one that they decide to put. I mean, how about smokey and the bandit wasn't that that will. But boogie nights kind of more of a comeback one for him because he been how's the business for so long? And so, but yes, smoking the man that was pretty United eighty to eighty two and his picture is right in front of. I it looks like one thousand nine hundred seventy I'm gonna put that as the nine hundred seventy seven or seventy eight transam. That's oh, yeah. That's the smokey the bandit car, right? Christopher lawford. Got the so many people that like I'm looking at all these people. Died in twenty eighteen and just going to be like depressing episode. Okay. Let's let's move on. Let's move on. We can move. Shelly have some good topics on heroin shoes from zero shoes. Oh my gosh. Okay. So Steve session. I I interviewed. I don't know. If that episode has aired yet this even sash episode air Dino zero shoes founder, oh, hang on twelve twenty eight twenty eight just everyday it. Just so Steve session. The guy that created zero shoes he was also on shark tank and turn down a four hundred thousand dollar partnership with one of the one of the sharks from shark tank. He turned it down because they wanted a fifty percents share of the share of the business, and I'm like holy shit that I mean, would you give away? Okay. Somebody says to you tomorrow. All right Strickland. Here's the deal. I'm gonna give you four hundred thousand dollars to dump into turn keys. So that you can build the marketing tool and the systems that turnkey has in exchange for the four hundred grand. I want a fifty percent stake in the business for in perpetuity. You know, it's very. Interesting that you said because I'm very strong feeling about shark tank. And I would love to do some research on this because it's been around for so long because so many deals now. Right. If some Joe some Bank, let's say a Bank came to me and said, yeah, hey, I'll give you for thousand dollars to pump in a fifty percent ownership. Right. I would have to really sit down and think about that. But to me when it comes to shark tank, the exposure, the get from being on the show and the influence and the connections that each of those sharks have to me has so much more value than the dollars. Okay. So I see. So let's play this out tomorrow. He's the guy who's the who's the Daymond. John right Damon. John John so Daymond John calls tomorrow. Okay. He says strict. Okay. You and Doug have built this turnkey business. Now. You've had your podcasts for four years. We consider you a your influences. In the in the industry, we know that you're in it for the long haul. This is not just a flash in the pan. But I see also that you have you know, you basically have some entrepreneurial experience with Doug. But strict and he'd been working fulltime job. We really want you to dedicate your life to this. So here's the two conditions by which we're going to offer you a some money number one. We're going to give you a half a million dollars five hundred grand. But you must leave your full time job and dedicate your your career to to turn key. And Secondly, we want fifty percent stake in the business, which leaves you and Doug with each twenty five percent share in the business. What do you think? Yeah. Yeah. I gotta say I would probably do that. I'd wanna hear what the plan was like why they think it's valuable enough in that they could grow it that much 'cause I'm guessing that they would have a plan. But to me, you know, it's all about those connections and the networking, and I mean that just creates opportunities to me, I think that would. Be totally worth. And what happened is what what portion of the of the say do they have? Now, they're fifty percent owners in the business or are. They forty-nine percent owners and were fifty one percent owners of the business. So I guess the first question would be what what's say do the do they have and how much power do they have over the decisions that are made within the organization or do. They are they silent partners and let you do your thing. Oh, I'm guessing if they want that higher percentage, they're going to have a lot of stake in what happens in the business. I've seen certain shark tank episodes where you know, they by five percent or ten percent or fifteen percent or something. And it seems to me that in those cases. Probably they are trying to be not involved. But they basically want to say, hey, I've got some connections. Let me set you up and see the money roll in right? If they want fifty percent, I'm guessing it means that they wanna have more of a say in the business. So then then I would come back to what do, you know about the podcast business? I mean, you know about all this other stuff. But now going to be since they don't since Daymond John doesn't know anything I'm assuming I'm just going to go with this assumption. Daymond John doesn't know anything about podcasting. We know far more about podcasting the Daymond, John he does have all of the connection. So he's going to now put somebody from his team on to bother the living shit out of us on a regular basis about this goal setting stuff, which is one of the other topics on my list. It's like shit. Do. I really want. Do. I really want. Somebody looking over my shoulder with everything that I do. Now, maybe it will be to our benefit because I think a lot of what holds us back, quite honestly. And I'm hoping you don't take offense to this comment. A lot of what holds us back is us. I think that that. Because of our even though I have experienced building a business, and you have experienced building systems doesn't mean necessarily that we know everything about this stuff. So how how cool would it be or how much of a pain in the ass? Would it be to have somebody behind us saying here's what you need to do? Here's what you need to do. Here's what you need to do. Or do. They rely on us to kind of guide this ship. Now, we got to be careful because we're we're stumbling dangerously close to actual business advice. Okay. Okay. No in the new year. We don't want people getting the wrong impression about what the show is about. I mean, I know it's called the nice guys on business. But, you know, look, I'm I am very big believer in being a lifetime learner. And that as soon as you think that you're the smartest guy in the room. And that, you know, more than anybody else that you're in trouble. So I agree with you hundred percent. I definitely think there are things that not only are there things that we hold ourselves back because we don't know enough about this. But I also really love the idea of people from outside industries coming in or maybe somebody that does not have knowledge because not having knowledgeable industry means you don't have any preconceived notions through. You know, there's a story that I've told before. But I think it's a good one that you know, when TD Bank was one of the first ones to be open on Saturdays. When the the owner, the president TD Bank, which will Bank conference one time. He was like people were asking him, the other Bank owner Bank presidential. How do you get people to work on Saturdays? And he's like target. Does it make? These guys have been in their own forest of the banking business for so long. They can't see for the trees. Right. And so I think there are preconceived ideas that we have not only about podcasting. But also about business in general that are is could be opened by having outside people. Come in and say, dude, why do you do it that way? It's like well because that's what you do it. Right. No, just because you've always done it that way doesn't mean. It's not incredibly. Okay. So then we share their things that both of us. Do that are. So do we get that? We get the half a million bucks. And do we have to pay taxes on that half a million dollars? Or is it considered like an investment in the in the company? How does that even work? Well, it would definitely be an investment company. So the company that has taxes on it depends on what you do with it. You know, if you take dollars and put it into infrastructure. Let's say you buy building or you put it into advertiser or whatever then. Yeah. You don't have to pay the taxes on it. Because even vested it. So I think the first thing that we should do is we pay off the tesla. That gives you right gives you need you need a comfortable vehicle. Strickland. You can't be bound by an uncomfortable vehicle and the payment on that vehicle. I think that the payment would be too stressful for you. I really think that you should be able to to pay off the car probably really thoughtful of you. And I think we need to get your sixty four Mustang because the appearance of the company is very important. So the image of the I got it so classic yet, yet understanding the importance of technology that is the combination. This is this is the this is the the give the the yin and Yang the relationship when you get a strict one and Doug combination partnership exact have the balance we've got both sides. So anyway, so we got way off track there. So so Stephen session comes on the show, and in my in my Email, and he's the guy that was on shark tank that we just started that entire little rant there. That thing about again, always off the rails. Thank you we. So I. Opened up. My Email this morning, and I got an Email from Stephen saying, hey, I have a special gift for you. So is like go to zero shoes dot com. Pod. Thanks, and then so I go there, and I and I'm just looking through. And I'm like, I really should get a pair of these. Because if we don't have the size dissuade a couple of weeks, more inventory is on the way, then use your Doug at turnkey podcast dot com. When you check out so that you get the discount. So I'm just looking I'm like, oh, cool. So he's given me maybe like a coupon. Maybe like, I dunno twenty bucks off the shoes or whatever. So I type in my order, and they ordered was like a hundred dollars, and then I type in my E mail address them like zero dollars zero dot like the the order was zero dollars. I'm like he's fucking giving me of one hundred dollar pair of sneakers free for coming on the show love that is zero shoes by it's ex e r dot com right zero. Yeah. Yeah. We'll put a link in the show notes. So that you have access to the to the to the site. But what a cool what a cool thing. And j just got a pair of these shoes, and I really like them and. I need a pair of sneakers. So I'm like, I'm in county in and they're really comfy. I I've never I can't fit and JJ shoes. But yes, she says they're very comfortable. So and and obviously you haven't gotten here's yet. No. I haven't I. Well, it might have gotten by the time the show airs. But I'm excited to get my shoes. That's cool. That is way. Cool. I gotta try to yelp to let me know how they are. I will. I will definitely do us any pretentious to. I needs coin need them do. Now. Do you? Call them sneakers. You call them tennis shoes when I was growing up in Baltimore. We call them tennis shoes. But every everybody else it's like call soda or do you call it pop. Well, that's like regional pop is like mid west and soda. I think is east coast. But I think tennis shoes would probably out. I think everybody probably nowadays calls him sneakers. I'm guess so it being twenty nineteen and us being already off the rails in our conversation. I do think that we should try to get back on track for twenty nine thousand nine maybe in this in this first official. Just you and me episode of the new year. Do we spin the topics wheel? We can do that we could do that. And and I know and just just a, you know, also, I know I didn't prepare you for this. But I did drop to voicemails into the into the. Kick, let's rearrange here. Trying to find that while we're talking on the topics wheel. Here we go. I did get the wheel setup though. I mean, I've dusted off it's all set up. It's all old up here in Austin. My do did we have a conversation at on the on the ship about the topics wheel. And was that part of what we recorded last week. I can't recall I think so not sure if I remember ok well, yes, it is true. There really is a topics wheel Strickland did have the topics we'll make its venture journey of from the Baltimore area to Austin, Texas is that wait a second. Is that fell? Or is that barbecue late in the late onto the wheel are, okay. So I got a little barbecue sauce. I'm cleaning it up. But, you know, dude, come on. I had to dust it off and clean it up. And it took a long time. I got hungry. I had to go to Rudy's barbecue understand. So I'll clean that up for next week. So the big debate in. As you made your way to to Austin, Texas is what is your favorite barbecue place? Because I know that I know that there are a number of places there's one that's right by your house that you weren't that. Everybody was recommending that you go to but is not the the place to visit for you is I called the Salt Lake which apparently is like world famous barbecue and happens to be like ten minutes from my house, right? The the original salt like they've got one of the airport and how they got him other places too. But I wanted to Salt Lake, and I gotta tell you it wasn't that impressed. And now, there's another place that's actually chain. It's called Rudy's. And but Rudy's each like in shell stations. Right. So it's kind of like. Wow. Wa or like a common goal almost right? It's kind of like barbecue. But it's a God damn shell station. But I'm going to tell you it's so freaking good. All right. So I mean, it's really and in your estimate. What makes for good barbecue? Is it is it a Tangy barbecue sauce because North Carolina barbecue is much different than let's say Texas barbecue north. Allina? They do more of the of the vinegar based barbecue sauce. But is is is Texas more of like the barbecue sauce barbecue? So at least Rudy's I think there's a there's a pretty good mix. But Rudy's is like a really good combination of you know, a little bit spicy. But also a little bit sweet. And it's just a really good combination of the two of those and the the meat is just like, you know, so tender falling apart. And then there's a lot of the, you know, the smokey flavor, and I don't know what they do. But manage really damn good. Okay. I get hungry. I might have to go to Rudy's for lunch. So so in your in your home, you have an area out back where you possibly could set up a barbecue grill or even a smoker. Have you ever tried to smoke anything? I mean. I don't even. But you know, it'd be so much work though. And there are so many good barbecue. Like, I wouldn't want to go to all the work to do it myself. And then go nowhere near as good as Rudy's, which I can get driving ten minutes away. Right. So I don't think I would do that. But I can tell you Austin. They're all about tacos and barbecue and both are really freaking good taco deli is again other chain around here. But so so good. So I say you'll be you'll be doing a lot of dieting here in Texas. My god. Apparently, I'm going to have to a lot of actually do more exercise. God forbidden. Yeah. I'm gonna make twenty nine thousand nine the year. I actually spend a little bit more time in the in the gym that we joined a gym, and we did get off to a great start. But we got off rail. And and we probably need to get back in there JJ, and I joined together because it's the the best is be able to go to actually Jim with somebody that has some training experience because you do the exercises, right and effectively. But when did you join? In the gym. I would probably say let me go with four months ago. Okay. And how long did it last that you went? I was saying probably sixty days, two months. Yeah. I would say that I would say that the that the excitement and the schedule now that being said we are getting back on track. See part of the issue that I have any time. And it's not because I don't like to go to the gym. And it's not because I avoid going to the gym. It's because I don't schedule time to go to the gym. So so what we what we have now in twenty nineteen is we've actually put on the schedule the two times a week that we're going to start going to the gym again. And I think that when you put it on the schedule it gets done when you don't put it on the schedule it never fucking gets done. It's like, okay. Well, we'll do that. We'll we'll do that. Like, we we have this Monday and Wednesday routine where we will do what enduring the summertime we would go to the beach on Mondays and Wednesdays in the morning and extra. And that was great now. I do get out and I do ride my bicycle so I do because it's my only mode of transportation right now. So I do get well, the only motive transportation that's local and easy to get to. So I do feel like could get a little bit of cardio with the bicycle but not quite the same as as resistance training or going to the gym. So twenty. Yeah. I the same problem that I don't put it on the schedule. But I also the problem that I don't want to do it and don't like to homes. Uh-huh. True. And as far as running I only run when I'm being right? We've established the rule. Yeah. I tried running for just for exercise once, but I kept spilling my dream. No, it's never good. Use. Never good. Jim. So I do need to work on something with that. I just don't know what it's going to be. Well, maybe you said if you if you set the goal, maybe you'll run to the barbecue is 'cause work. Yeah. That could work. Yeah. I can only go to barbecue if I actually run. Yes. Okay. Yes. That might work. So we're twenty five minutes in and we do have two voice mails from Jared. I don't wanna get too into topics because we gotta play the voice meltsa can't with them. Okay. All right. Well, can you can we spend the topics wheel and have the topic? Or is it too hard to to rig the wheel? So it comes up on voicemails. Well, I I can add the topic to the to the to the wheel, but we always get to them. But here, and we'll we'll save we can spend. This is good. You've oil the wheels. Along. Really well, right. It's. Hey. Yeah. Okay. Well, okay. So voicemail. Look at that. That is good. That is good. So you got you don't know his jer. After it stopped. I actually needed my mic and went click, click, click push more time. So it had voice on that. I have no idea. How old these voicemails are. But I did find them. They were I did have to dust them off a little myself. So these may be even older than last week. I believe they may be I let me look into his does it matter when they came in does matter is really care and find maybe Jared does often reference our episodes in his voice mail. So he may be referencing. Okay. Maybe a couple of weeks ago. We'll find out because you haven't actually listened to these right? No. I have not. But they're both from Jared. Right. Yeah. I can tell the phone number. It's jared. So I'm yeah. Okay. Well, let's find out. Hey, sir shared here. So I'm listening to Tuesday. I'm listen the episode today, and you guys are officially on the cruise that we still get our fuck Orie. I'm okay for that. You're talking about how Texas depending on where you live feels differently. Strict minton's Austin feels like California, according to someone this time this and Doug, you merely say I didn't think it felt like LA he didn't say just outlay he said, California. And then you're like L as a special place, we all know. They let you in. We known California's or LA is a fast. The air quotes to even though you can't see it and wanted to know we think you're special, but we still love you guys. Well, which it shouldn't be we think you're special, but we still love you. It should be. We know your special end, we still have either shouldn't be about it should be the reason you love me is because I'm special not. I mean think about it. If I wasn't special you probably wouldn't love is much. I'm sure that's exactly what he meant. Guess exactly. I feel I feel like I feel like I'm embracing my specialness I think part of part of what makes me me is me being special and when I say special. Yes, Jared, I am also using air quotes too. I can show, but I think it was appropriate that that the side cardio her. The guy said Austin thinks it's California because it really is very California LA is very specific vibe. But then there's also like San Francisco and San Diego, and like Silicon Valley, and it's like, it's it's definitely leans like alpha leans to the liberal side. But still kind of vary. Okay. So all plastic and logger women's going from that comment. Can you tell me a little bit more? Gimme some tell me what that means a little. So when you say LA leans a little bit more to the liberal side, Kim, California's California. Okay. So tell me what tell me what that means. So I don't think of California as very conservative Republican. I definitely think of California overall when I think of California as more liberal more kind of forward thinking more like, you know, hug the planet, but like LA, I think of as very Hollywood, plastic, right? Whereas like, San Francisco, I think very tech, you know, or Silicon Valley, I think very forward thinking educated very tech oriented type of his own. I don't think of when I think of LA, I definitely don't think of plastic or or fake because maybe maybe it's because of the area that I live when I think of that I'm thinking like West Hollywood Beverly Hills Bel Air. That's the kind of stuff where I'm and I really haven't I don't even know if I've even visited those areas are probably forty forty five minutes, maybe an hour away, depending on traffic. So the actually they're like two miles away. Right. So now, it's true. When I when I think of like the fake LA. I definitely don't feel like that's the this is it couldn't be any more down to earth. Where I am. I think totally laid back casual small town. I don't feel like I'm in the LA big town feel of the fake LA town. I really do feel like I'm not defending the area that I am. But I just like when you when you said the word liberal. I just didn't I wasn't. I wasn't. I was thinking what you were thinking too. But I just needed some clarification. And I'm just I mean this areas, I mean, it's really cool area. I really think it's good. Well, you know, the first time I came to visit you we were in San Diego for a conference. And I thought, hey, I'm going to go to LA and visit Doug for a couple of days and be really cool. And at first I thought either rent a car or maybe I'll just catch a flight from San Diego. And then I found there's a training. Right. And I was like fifty bucks takes a train from San Diego. LA like that would be really cool. And the train goes right along the coast. I mean, if you if you've never done it. I mean, the train ride like half of the train ride. You are just looking at the Pacific Ocean. It's pretty beautiful and really cool. Yeah. Here's the problem. I didn't know LA, right? And you're in El Segundo, right? So you're about two miles from LAX. Right. Is that right? So it was really cool. And I totally agree with you your area, El Segundo. It's pretty amazing. I mean, it really is not plastic L A. It's very Beechy hometown warm fuzzy, that's really, it's really great. But where I came into the Amtrak station. I think it was skid row. Let's definitely well. It's downtown LA time. Right. Yeah. So it's maybe I think fourteen fifteen miles away. It was an hour. It took an hour for me to get from down because the traffic and all the other crap. It was terrible. And it was like I had no idea. I'm like LA LA. I'm going to be close. Right. No. I was nowhere. But I agree. Also gonna do is definitely I don't think of El Segundo the vibe there as well. When I first when I first considered moving here in JJ, and I were talking about it. She I'm like, well, I don't just don't want to deal with all the traffic. And she's like when you when you understand what else ago is you really literally are in this literally. But you're figuratively in this bubble. You are in a bubble. And it's just a small town. And yes, there are highways, and and beach and everything surrounding it. But there are no traffic lights. I don't think I think might maybe there's one maybe two traffic lights in the in the small little in the small little town El Segundo where I am like the main street, but there's everything my optometrist is there now my chiropractors there. Now probably start looking for dentists that is that is in this town. It's like why would I want to fly back to DC just to go to the dentist or any? Oh shit that I gotta do know. And you're right gun like, you're literally two miles from LAX. But for anybody that is. Ever driven into LAX or take an Uber into LAX. It takes you when you get within. Let's say half a mile or it takes twenty. Yeah. You may as well. If if you didn't have your back and walk. I agree. Totally you totally. I mean, it's unbelievable as soon as you get into the LAX like within a half mile of LA, everything just sobs. It takes twenty minutes to like a thousand. Agreed. Agreed. Agreed. Not that at all. So play play. Thank you Jared for for spurning that entire conversation there. Gimme gimme Jared's number two. Okay. Here we go number two. When I say number two beta shared here. So it's Thursday today's day. You guys are getting off the Kirsch ship and his divorced. Now. You guys are just talking about how he's not going to be there for the divorce hearing and with duck didn't realize this Danielle paid the the his attorney twice as much to him. He didn't have to be there. So that she could take every. Ended you're renting a house. I think you said, that's okay. She'll just take all the money and your motorcycle. Look for that level guys keep it out. And Ryan great voice. Now, I'm not sure about singing voice, but it's still good to hear in the fresh voices again. So you guys get Ryan crosses in Houston. Right. Yup. I how far from Houston. I don't. I don't think Austin is all a couple of hours. Maybe and I have to check this out anyway. Yeah, I'm surprised that Jared didn't leave a voicemail about the episodes from the crews that we played last week. Maybe maybe he did. I have not I have not checked voice. I guess, you know, he probably Email would have come through. But I don't I don't see anything. No, no. Maybe maybe his. I'm sure he's got an opinion about that. It was pretty interesting though, the whole process, you know, what my first divorce there was there was a turn ease. And there was a separation agreement that was done child support. There was a whole bunch of the admin that was. Involved in in divorce number one divorce. Number two, literally I signed a piece of paper. I think I signed four pieces of paper, and I didn't even need to go to the hearing. So there was no property know anything it was just it was it was apparently, I guess it was just a one big mistake. I guess I don't really. Sure. I don't really know what happened. It's all good. Yeah. Houston is two and a half hours from Austin? So I'm not all that close. But kind of close closer than you were before. Exactly. Exactly. Okay. Well, we did the to voice mails. Do we wanna do any other any of the other topics? I or do we want to we want to hold it until until next week? Or what we want thirty five minutes in. We do have a lot of good topics for next week. You know, the very top of the topic. Listen, I'm guessing this is one that's that we keep as recurring I tunes reviews. So I would like to draw something about that. Not that anybody's listening this late in the episode anyway, but the last I to interview that I see is October twenty fourth is that right? So maybe we need to beg for more IT interviews again. That's that seems to be hold on a second. We have two hundred seventy eight reviews. Let me see hold on second. Let me see if I can get from the most recent one was the most recent now, I have one from I have one from December second don't you have to have the descend. From Dr Scott, I don't even know. Well, I'm looking at our podcast websites. When maybe I need to refer. All right. Well, here's one on December second from Dr Scott. I love listening to this show so much that I couldn't wait to talk to Doug truly authentic enjoyable to listen to every week and more. You'll be glad you listened. And I guarantee you walk away with some excellent things that you're gonna ply right away. So obviously, Dr Scott has not listened to the show. Did say looking forward to talking to Doug. So I guess this is somebody that you interviewed maybe and so horse you required the review. I don't do that. I don't do. I don't do that. I stop that about a year ago. Well, you know, once you get above a couple of hundred years, I would feel like I think somebody thinks that we actually have a legitimate show. So it's like, okay. So we have two hundred seventy three five star reviews. One four star review one two star review and three one-star reviews. And of course, we have zero three star reviews, which just dump get. But what? Sleep. Explain this before I know, it's okay. All right. Well, why don't we why don't we head out of here? We got plenty of topics that we have that this way I won't have to update the topics list next week because we have some great topics. Like are you a toilet seat down family? Yeah. That's a good one. I like it. We got some good tough, very, very topical, very business oriented and toilet seat up or down. That's important that is very important, very important. Plus, we'll talk about vacations in two thousand nineteen that we have planned all of the great stuff that is on the agenda for turnkey podcast and others for for twenty nineteen. What my clothes closet looks like what is it currently in your refrigerator all of the end, whether I should officially change my address to a Los Angeles address while a lot of really good topics that we that we will be discussing next week. I don't I think that LA is probably or California's probably one of the most expensive states. Is there any reason why I need to actually change my address officially to the not that I know of not legally, it probably makes the most sense, right? I suppose it all kind of depends on how long you plan on staying there. Well, that is a loaded question. I'm going to say why I was saving that. I'm going to say indefinitely. I'm going to say that I have no plans to return to to Maryland at any point in my life. I mean to visit certainly to visit. But what the hell this is the it's the greatest weather. I mean, I have an amazing partnership with JJ here going on. I mean, all sorts of great things happening. Why would I wanna fuck that all up and move? I don't know. Okay. Don't right. Well that and many more things we can talk about on next Tuesday. So if you don't have anything we can we can head out of here you want to do the honors. No, let's let's get out of here as Steve O'Brien. Take us out. Aw. For the nice guys on business. I'm Steve O'Brien. Philip your week with the nice guys. Haven't they run out of people willing to talk to them yet?

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Spongebob Squarepants

Podcast 42

56:45 min | 9 months ago

Spongebob Squarepants

"You are about to embark on a show about four people who find themselves from russ engine the back stories of ball culture history joy. I heard boss jail troth. Laura loss and suffering the air as they poorly impersonate celebrities. Drink a lot of beer and answer very hard trivia questions. You are now listening to podcasts. Forty two hello. is this the crusty crab. No this is sabrina. is this a crusty crab. No this is sabrina. Is this the crusty crab. No this is sabrina. not a crusty crab. We are doing a spongebob episode today. Remember i remember. of course i remember. Why do you ask and we have some special guests klein into the show today. Remember so in a call. You shouldn't hang up on them. I'm not. I'm only hanging up on those punks to keep calling me crusty crab and what was the name of the restaurant and spongebob guard. It wasn't olive garden. Pretty sure it was olive garden why because breadth Spread taste you stick because breadsticks chase good even when they are soggy. It's the only restaurant chain that could survive underwater. She's now wrong. She's also not right. Hey chris do you know how you put me in charge of making sure. All the phone lines were working for our guests. Yep and remember how he said. The most important line was for stephen hill and berg creator of. Spongebob still yeah He's dead yeah i know. So how do we get a hold of them. You see. I gave you five phones and a wage board. Nope no no not not going to do it. Not touching the leaderboard. You could accidentally summon jeffrey dahmer or even worse. Aaron spelling to try. He's the main guy of the show the creator. Even i will do it for the sake of the podcast but in protest. I'll turn off the lights there. Maybe we should let some cattle or something Against the room is totally. Pitch black here. I'll use a flashlight on my phone. Oh yeah that makes a very spooky for sure especially with that. Thousand watt flashlight up. The whole room. What i can make it pink feet. Now it's being. That's that's a lot better as we get started to be honest. I'm not sure what to do. Just move the triangle thing and call out the hill lemberg appear from the ether or something. Why can't i just use the ether. Net that's not a thing yet care. Quiet everyone a moving. The tortilla chip. It does look like a tortilla chip whereas salsa the mango salsa pairs no salsa. But there should be here you felt. I always have mangled salsa quiet. Please seriously gye sorry. Sorry gimme those. Could everyone stop eating the chips. Go ahead jail. okay now. The rav four pack numb throws sign. That you are here. I don't like mango salsa. That was spongebob. Laugh did hilbert d- the voice. No tom kenny. Does the voice is he dead. I don't think so. Look over here. You open the part of the bikini bottom. See here i yep right there. Big old portal to bikini bottom. I can see everything. The crusty crab the chum bucket. The pineapple under the sea the eastern island head under the sea on may. Can you see me know who said that me. I'm right here looked out. Oh you are. It's a little jalapeno pepper talking to me. I'm not a jalapeno pepper. I'm plugged in and you folks are going to help me steal the secret crabby patty formula. I have a highly elaborate in college. Educates plan and how. You're gonna make us do that. That doesn't answer my question. i'm ready. i'm ready ready. Quick close the portal. We can't just close the portal. That's rude as for friends who do stuff together. You is for you and me and is for anywhere at any time down here in the deep blue sea is wrong. Close the puerto close puerto quick close the portal. Our know how to close the portal here. I'm just going to keep moving the tortilla chip around wildly sabrina jail. Try flippin that Triangle thing over no. It didn't work. Did you really think that was the hang up. I wonder up mom. i'm also also now. Sabrina all gone shape trump to try. Turn it upside down in weight. The bottom sauce will eventually fall to the top. Oh okay have you say so salsa scientists. Sabrina hair's lead. so you can turn it over whoops. Why are you people doing. You have just about as short attention span as spongebob squarepants. Did you forget you open a portal to our world. No mr squidward to pants nat by name. Sorry i just assumed everyone's last name described the shape of their pants. Data thing here you know. Squidward doesn't live him right. Go up for accuracy now. i'm yes lurs does. This probably is the first time she's reading. I haven't even read it yet. Listening to you guys genuine reactions. A better than liberal with us more teach brought to us as well but fire helicopters houses cars at cetera et cetera. Is a thing there yes. Why wouldn't be on because you're underwater. Where cars and stuff not needed and went in half cars. How will we get to work on time swim. Do you wanna swam to work every day. Good point. Jerry lewis peewee. Herman stand moral of the endo seaworld you know. I always thought. Sponges were silent filter. Feeders go away. Spongebob and squidward. These are my minions wrong. Franchise sounds better than slaves now. Doesn't it hashtag truth so long here. What you're evil plan to get the crabby patty formula. It's a genius plan. His only a side effect step one is dressed one of you up. Lake stephen hill lemberg. Who is the creator. Spongebob squarepants. I once read that. He was inspired by the fame sea explorer. Jacques cousteau sure it wasn't jeopardy. You mean gerard jet bardo. Are you sure it wasn't gerard. Debra do are you sure it wasn't gerard depardieu though. Are you sure do are you. I'm sure i'm sure potent. Are you sure there wasn't arar debra. Do it was definitely jacques. Cousteau who passed away in nineteen ninety-seven gerard depardieu on lake. His career is still alive. Is your i'd up do is fun to say is it. Let's see gerard depardieu. Dunked 'gerard deborah doodoo love. Are you people at he. It's why hasn't mr crabs daughter ever eaten you. I know you think she would be in that on a staple lover diet you. Sleepy girl you be. Stephen hill lindbergh. Me why me. What do i even do. You go over to the custody crab start look at about your life they look at. You should remove love. Stop you go over to the crusty crab and start talking about your life to mr crabs. Like how you started your professional career. Nineteen eighty-four instructing marine biology at the orange county marine institute. And that's what you wrote. The intertidal zone informative picture book about tide pool. Animals tide pool animals. Why would animal swim laundry detergent. I don't think that's right. Or save millennials. Eight them too so Lexus stay in school. So i happen to know a little bit about it. Tide pool animals live in the shallow pools of seawater that form on the rocky intertidal shore. You people are worse than my computer wife. Look at you know things between them on the show that also to drink beer. Speaking of which. I believe it's beer cooler. Time a g. G can't believe it's time pink grapefruit for juice not true. Pineapple juice is from superstitious. Orange juice supposed to give away. Spoilers before i say what it is what. It is all from superstition machinery. It's tiki fruit. It's a carbonated pineapple coconut hot meat with lactose and vanilla that chris shouldn't drink because he's lactose intolerance. It lacks toast. it lacks toes. And it's got a six point nine. Abc and what's the other one smoothly. It's a spike smoothie strawberry lemonade from connecticut valley. Brewing company has got a five percent. Ab gluten free beer. It's like you know we got these for somebody. Well the orange one tastes like feet. No no no. It tastes like mead. You're saying honey. The smoothie ones smells like fabio lhasa laundry detergent. no atta cleaning detergent. Were you hanging out with the tide pool lens since fabulous size. Go my florence clean. The inside baby stay tuned to the end of the show. When we rate these beers one through six based on a six pack one being the worst like the orange one six being the best not like the pink one to be honest we got these based on the label to match the spongebob episode. Because one of them has a tiki head on it. That's the one we're all gagging. It smells like shoe. Polish feet still in it worried about our level of intoxication. Maybe and i don't think you have anything to worry about having to worry about till second episode. It's just because i tasted the pineapple juice. I but the second one isn't it. Are you talking about the fabulous. Yeah yes yes yes fabulous but fab anyway the spirit of her one lone canadian in kissimmee. Now can we get back to my evil plan. Please yen in a minute. And betty tried to shop that book around comic book. Publishers it was probably to educational. Maybe he should have scaled back on. I'm proud of you jail. Thank you. I thought about reading it the right way. So what you're saying to be. Pacific is it was too informative. That's too bad. I bet it was Fin tastic book you krill that pun jail. I think we should shall the puns before they get old smooth criminal. I said we were done Plus used krill krill krill cheese krill twice. Because i couldn't work in harry potter and the chamber of c. kriss pun just talked to mr crabs. About how you left teaching and enrolled at the california institute of the arts to pursue a career in animation which led to a job at nickelodeon. Well that's great. I've been trying to get this show animated for two years now. Need to go back to school. I know he made two short films. The green beret in worm halls. That helped him get a job on. Rocco's modern life. I like rocco's martin knife. I'm a kid which doesn't explain why you're with chris. Sincere a eighteen nineties kid thanks. You're welcome oh you must have hung out with vampires. I was not in eighteen ninety kid. Nor did i hang out with vampires. I'm pretty sure you did. Especially since you like to interview them nope. Nope never interviewed vampire. I don't understand you people. Look it's easy. Go over to mr crabs and talk about how in nineteen ninety four. The intertidal zone turned into sponge. Boy in eighteen. Ninety four christner judas. First first vampire. Tom cruise thanks a lot jail. You're welcome. Hey sponge boy squarepants dough. Just sponge boy like madonna or jewel or prince. The tv series is going to be called sponge. Boy a hi. I'm excuse me nickelodeon legal team year. They have lawyers and bikini bottom. Yes we have lawyers and bikini bottom. We have stayed at this before. You can't use the names sponge boy. It's already used for a mop product and a character of the same name which is already trademarked by flaming carrot comics creator bob burden. We're not using the name just hatching an evil plan to steal the crabby patty formula. You can't just hatch an evil plan that has already been copyrighted by awesome creator. Mike myers i don't think you can copyright that and that's what you think then i say good day to you sir. We'll see you in court did day. Sandy cheeks here. What are you guys doing here practicing karate. No sandy take your squirrel south and make like a leaf away. I'm busy. I'd say you're dressed like ellensburg. Under protests. yes. Are you trying to help plankton with another evil plan to steal the crabby patty formula under protest. Yeah is he trying to tell you to distract. Mr kraft's tells bloomberg felt a replacement name needed to use the word sponge in it that way people would not call him cheesman. I love cheese. I would have watched. she's man. Would you have watched. Cheesman in the ocean probably. Would you have watched cheesman on a train. Whatever i told you about dr seuss seeing me. Don't it's a one word role sabrina. You would think that you would remember it. So where did the last name squarepants come from. Because he is square therefore has to wear squarepants there are. I'm pear-shaped but they don't call me pair of pants. A you are not pear-shaped. I know but how often you get to use. Peer pants and conversation actually squarepants. My family name. Tom kenny coined at first tom kenny. Who is your voice. Channel them if you like please. Although isn't tom kenny. That is really chen-lien you fide on. Hello tom here. Spongebob was telling us how you came up with. His last name is it because he square. No but it's just as a story. I was looking at the prototype picture. Him and i said look at the. Spongebob squarepants job. In the fast food place helberg heard that loved it and felt it would reinforce the characters nerdiness well. it did with spongebob. Uc hillberg wanted to create a small town underwater where the characters were more like people than fish they had fire. They had walks. They drive they have pets and holidays. He wanted something that was fantastic by believable must have worked because his become the fifth longest running an american animated serious. Excuse me but as as an instrument. Hey is that my buddy bilfinger. Pick who voices patrick star. No this is patrick. who's this. This is tom. Kenny i boy. Spongebob squarepants high. Spend her spongebob. Spongebob bill are you okay okay. Let's go jellyfish fishing shit. Sure thing bell get our nets jellyfish jellyfish jellyfish. I'll be right back. Something's wrong with bill. I think he thinks he is actually patrick star I don't think so. That was the real patrick star. How can that be. He's not real. He's an animated character of a tv. Show all is possible through the power of the conch. Shell i mean this podcast. Hey and back. Confined major league fishing net. Say has anyone ever told you about the pitch meeting for spongebob. Knock donald patrick. I haven't planned to on hatch. Wait i wanna hear it. I like baseball. What nothing pitch meeting for. Spongebob go ahead. Who lindbergh went into the pitch meeting wearing a hawaiian shirt. Did he not want to get his baseball uniform dirty. What is she talking about the pitch meeting. You know we're all. The baseball pitchers get together and discuss looking back and forth and shaking their heads up and down and which legged swing when pitching i. I don't know continue patrick. Spirit animal isn't he is all of spirit animals except for chris. That would be squidward. Hardy har so. He was wearing hawaiian shirt and brought along and terrarium filled with models of all of us. He even played hawaiian music to set the tone lay. Lay out no. It's hawaiian not mexican seriously. Feeling hot hot hot at the same time shifts and social on the table go. We're out of salsa serena's wearing the rest of it turned it upside down without the leg. Come on already flipped it. Belated aloha roy not shared pretty shared a little hallway on a alot. How all e aloha. We don't even to follow that with words. Patrick got to follow it. I believe it is song aloha. Ooh any the nickelodeon executives thought it was pretty amazing. One guy said that he wished he had filmed it afterwards. They were giving money and two weeks to right. The pilot episode titled help wanted. It wasn't a look ground. Who are you still any names out. Stewart it's marty. I was nickelodeon executive at the time. Well why didn't you are portal. Thank you i thought. Spongebob should be a child that went to school. Our winning animation formula was kids that went to school and that squidward character should be his teacher. Abbas come back it say something about this never a billion years. Would i be spongebob. Teacher dislike hill berg. I would walk out on back not sets. Spongebob is supposed to be surprisingly an adult character. Well that seems a little over dramatic so instead. We compromised by creating mrs puff. Who was a boat driving teacher. I have a question. Can i be an animator on the show. I'm good at drying salt. Shakers and fish salt. Shakers fish Interesting specialties anything else. I can blindfold myself and draw squiggly lines. I can do that too if you're hiring. Stop trying to do. My thunder chris. I'm the one applying for the job. I'm sure there's more than one person animating the show that would take forever. It was only one guy. There is more than one it takes about fifty animators put the show together told you say we both get the job. And you need salt shaker. Drawn in the c- winner sea creatures ever gonna need a salt shaker. Don't you think the ocean is salty enough already. I would guess maybe at the crusty crab or maybe the chombo kids since their food is worse ranked and. Let's say you us. Crist the salt shaker. Even though you should've asked me to draw the salt shaker because this is my special. But what if. I was searching for my lost shaker of salt. That's what i'm talking about. He is not going to take salt shaker. Drawing seriously for all we know he will be drying pepper shakers instead. That will work though. Sin's call for salt shaker. Oh i can see that fueling the fire there. It's what i do best sabrina. Are you trying to fire my husband from job. He doesn't even have no. I'm trying to fire him when he gets the job he doesn't have. What's said what i said valerie. I appreciate all your talents in kandahar but the show isn't hiring the process and the first season was to use cel animation which had to be done in the old fashioned way which involved being painted by hand and left to dry now. We do digital animation which probably means all the shakers are already drawn just inserted as needed. You guys care a lot about seasonings. Now just salt and pepper really. We are white. I know my husband complains about the lack of paprika. The lack of what. Can you say that one. More time messy paprika. I'm going back to my tree. You guys stick around and answer some questions. No we want to execute a plan to steal the crabby. Patty formula figuring out tom. Please oh should i stay on the porn line or should i skype in might as well. Just stay on the ouija puerto line. I guess even though it's eight souls a minute all right. I'm using jails card. Thanks for the heads up. Tears gonna be so mad when she finds out. She was saving those souls for halloween. Hey did you know besides voicing spongebob. I also voice. Spongebob pet snail. Gary and the french narrator. I also play patchy the pirate in any live action segments. Have you done any other voice work. Besides spongebob and rachael. I sure have on the ice king adventure time the narrator in mayor in the power puff girls dog and cat dog plus rolls on bravo talking tom and friends and spyro from the spyro. The dragon video game series. Tom tell me something really interesting. Well okay. I thought i was. Let's see i often collaborate with my wife. Jill talley who plays karen on spongebob. Tell me something else. Really interesting but faster. Faster faster bobcat goldthwait when we were in the first grade faster mixes tomcat and bob cat faster. I'm squashing staff. Did you interview like that. I felt it was like spongebob. Ish it was welcome. Tell you what. Why don't you interview. Bilfinger bake who has mentioned earlier. Plays patrick roger. Bump is who plays squidward carolyn lawrence who play sandy cheeks. Instead you guys have warned me out. Let's review a writer on the show. Did you guys forget. We are supposed to be carried out my evil plan for stealing the crabby. Patty formula i writer. Do you want any writer alot. Evil plan secret formula. Come on people chop chop let's start to a writer from the first three seasons or season ten or eleven when the show was at its best. I got a treat for you. I happen to have mr lawrence right here. Not only did he right but he played plankton on the show as well. What no. i'm right here. Low ever one. Cool we portal. How can this be. You are me. I am you. Then who is everyone else. Just some goofy googlers. That's all Guber yeah have a minute or two. I was just on my way to record for the super show. I need to lie down and think about my existence. Good idea a little man. Take a breather. Who am i. What am i how am i. Why do they call you mr lawrence. It's my stage name okay. Well that's a wrap up. This interview was great talking to you guys really wait hold on can you give us any insight into the writing process. A spongebob did you flesh out. Fifty page scripts. Did you sit in one room for hours. Eat pizza and smoked cigars. Did you have all nighters like saturday. Night live out at all. We don't even use written scripts. Really tell me more. I see some free time in my future. Storylines are developed by a team of five outlined in premise writers than a two page outline is assigned to a team story board directors. It's their job to produce a complete rough draft of the story board. That seems unique. What did you use post it notes. Yeah that's exactly how cartoons are made in the early days. I don't thing so there were no posted notes in the early days only later days. I'm not sure what that means. But the decision to forego traditional scripts stem back to the days when we worked on. Rocco's modern life streamline the whole process we could draft an episode and the home by four leased to do shows without script man. I joined the show. It wasn't entirely because of you really. I was so you could keeping on topic. Then it makes your some people. Don't say anything to offensive. I'm offended by that comment. I think he meant the lone canadian and kissimmee who caused oliver shows that have an rating. Forget how he did that he was talking about me. I was how dare you. All the riders also like to use personal experiences as inspiration for story lines and character development. This is why some of the character changed over the course of the series and some just never grew as people. The episodes sailor mouth was inspired by a writer who i learned to swear and set it in front of his mother later realized his mother had a sailor mouth as well even after being punished for using the same words. That's i missed cab you so many dirty words later in the episode i just figured it was because he had a dirty mouth care. Have some more bits. I don't get it then. I'm not sharing my orbits with you. Who snapped never mind. Let's clean up that dirty mouth here on this. I'm putting my mouth myself. That's for the tic tacs through my mouth last month stuck trying to make sabrina gag on your gum. That's what she said growth. That's also what she said. Okay enough mr lawrence be gone. But i'm i'm you a Hey i've learned the hard way that you will never get what you want. You let people step all over. You think that applies more to you anyone else. I have spent many sleepless nights trying to keep my business afloat themes you want the opposite of that seems like you would want it to sink. Why would i want it to sink If your business afloat it'd be on top of the water and none of the fishes could eat there. They don't breathe air. That's not what i meant by staying. Afloat besides isn't an upside down salsa jar with no lid slowly dripping tomato chunks on your laugh someone passing the chips listed. You don't need mr crabs secret recipe. It just seems to be like your marketing and location is all wrong. Oh so well. You are the chum bucket right right and he likes chum fishes. Sponges wales lobsters and squirrels. No what you need to do is move the chum bucket to shark-infested waters. Oh god no. That's your targeted audience. That's who loves chum. Shocks can't get enough of it. I guess we can move the chum bucket for you. i'll just read through the portal and throw it towards shock town. I didn't quite agree to that. I always thought that was just a glove on top of your restaurant. That has a severed human hand. It still about that. No no no need ossified where my restaurant landed by by. This isn't the last year i've heard of me. I will destroy you all al. Thank god is god heard that two pants no pants stop pointing out holes in the scrapped. That's about as funny as sponge becoming a fry. Cook or squid living in a giant's head. I don't have an giant head by property. We would be very valuable. If i didn't live to he who not be day the now. Spongebob booms boob. He already did that bit did i. Hey squidward did you wanna blow some bubble. How hey squidward do you wanna play with the konczal. Hey squidward do you wanna do fishbowl. Fax brow. i just wanna play the clarinet and the left and lau sounds like the perfect time to fish colefax facts. I am not going to be a party to that. Good day fishbowl. Fact number one. Patrick star was originally conceived as having a huge chip on his shoulder because he was pink. He owned a roadside bar and was a bully. Somebody say chip jail from our chips dove trying to take them away. From her fishbowl fact number two there is a very popular pot parody of the show on youtube called sponge. Bong him pants never seen it fact. Number three fun guy that resembles a sea sponge was discovered in -tuni- eleven and was named spongiform a- square. Patsy it smells fruity and musty. Just like yeah fishbowl. Fact number four a two thousand and five video meant to promote tolerance and diversity to young students featuring spongebob and patrick was notoriously considered by focus on the family and other conservative groups as an instrument of the gay propaganda. I can see that this fact number five needed fresh stores. I can't see that needing fresh stories for season. Two newly hired story editor. Mary wealth meriwether williams was tasked with helping the writing staff. Come up with ideas. She gave them copies of ray. Bradbury's essay collection zen and the art of writing or the art of reading which. I can't to clearly fishbowl fact number six. My leg fish has a name. And it's fred fishbowl fact number seven. Spongebob squarepants was born on july fourteenth. Nineteen eighty-six according to his driver's license. I'm older than spongebob Yup which means that. Chris could be his great great great great great grandfather some days. I feel like it fishbowl. Fact number eight in addition to the regular cast episodes featured guest voices such as ernest borgnine. Who i who voiced mermaid. Man tim conway the voice barnacle boy. Brian doyle murray as the flying. Dutchman marion ross. Grandma squarepants david bowie. As lord royal highness. John goodman is the voice of santa and johnny depp. As the voice of the surf guru jack kahuna laguna and all those people are dead. Yeah like all the good guest. Stars are dead. Well except for john goodman. Doyle's he's not don't think so. I don't know. I feel like it just went downhill after david bowie and ernest borgnine. Isn't tim conway still alive. Tim conway still live well. So it's not a fishbowl factor. Are you ready kids. It's burger beard. I hear you owe who lives in a pineapple under the sea square pads in poorest. Announce me something you wish. Spongebob squarepants the deck and flop like an episode of cop rock. You a salty one year. Don't even know the half of it right. I'm only half salty. I can only draw half of you. Then draw me like one of your french girls. This draw him like he is watching a movie asleep. You know what the best thing about. Spongebob is now. That was a rhetorical question. I was going to hurt myself. Then why did you ask it out loud. Because that's what you do the rhetorical question so you know what the best thing about. Spongebob is. it's fishing no no although fun no. I'm going to answer the question. I asked so you just hold on for the answer evoked. He asked the question twice. So are you giving to answers. No just one answer. I only asked to twice because you interrupted me. crabby patties. what. I was just answering the question when you asked a third time but now so i didn't interrupt you. That would be super rude. Isn't that spongebob. As the eternal child. That can only see the bright side of things. Yeah that was the answer to my question. Did you ever notice that. Mr crabs would yell mother pearl as an explicit. Yeah so well. His kids nameless. Pearl ok so obviously he didn't like her because one we would never see her to. He uses her as a curse. Is this like your crabby patty theory now jail. Don't we where all the other crabs a bikini bottom. And where do you ever see. Any other. Crabs on the show. Yes larry the lobster lobster not a crab. All the crabs are cooked into the crabby patties mr crabs butchered and sold his old kind for all bikini bottom the eat. Soiling green stop with the to further proved my point That's good there is a deleted scene. Where mr crabs wants to call his parents to tell him he has made his one million dollar only he can't because they're dead. How my gosh dead and chopped up in a crabby patty. There is no proof of that tinfoil hat boy. The proof is on the editing room floor. How convenient sometimes you are so stupid. Yeah you do realize everyone is laughing at you. You make me look smart air fully artist at your service. You know why that is that way. Right sabrina listen more to tell me anything doesn't end just making sure you know and understand the bed. That's all i understand this bit. Well you laura. I think she understands how about a little pop quiz to fix this pop quiz called. Don't spill your. Yeah what's the bad one as you get out your pins in your papers and your senate markers that can get pencil to your ratio answer fifty times through that. We still get it wrong. you're collapse. Bullet racers root beer flavored gum. This pop quiz is called. Have you ever caught. Wind of the eatery that provides food solely to dolphins it just has one client however in any event serves a purpose. Porpoise sounds like spongebob. Last or where does help search for an occupation in the kelp needed section tastic five general knowledge fax on spongebob squarepants in order of the easiest to hardest attest or knowledge. Score one point for each correct answer question number one. What's patrick's last name hint. It's a shape. Why are you giving hints for the easiest question slave. Nobody knows patrick. Bob name and we set it in the script. Somebody may not know this question number two. What does mr crabs full name first. Middle and last middle name is one letter. Don't be looking at each other. Shrugging i see what you're doing. Question number three wrote relations. Gary the snail to patrick. What relation is gary. The snail to patrick seen every episode of spongebob. And i don't know any question number four the first one. You might be surprised on the first one. That could be a trick question trap. What does mrs puff keep as pets. But does mrs puff keeps as pets at question number five. What are spongebob. Squarepants parents full names. Mom and dad and mom's last name is not squarepants. Harry rosanna stain. Will you can underwrite it though. Do you have one of your senator racers. All of them around all right pencils down question number one. What was patrick's last name. Everybody wrong right star with two ours dr. To of course number. Two what is mrs. mr. Kraft's mr crevices. Fool name. laura eugene j crap jail eugene k crabs supreme crabs so close. It's eugene h crafts question number three. What relation is gary. The snail to patrick. Sabrina godson jail just cousin. Laura also that son cousin distant cousin but cousin wars distant cousin could be. Godson isn't even close as you can still be a godsend antica. Yeah exactly we in say godson cousin you just had gotten off. Yeah of course you number four. What does mrs puff keep as pets. Jail jellyfish sabrina. Laura seahorses peanut worms anyway. I'm surprised you didn't get some rest. He's talking to you for being a question number five. What are spongebob. Squarepants parents full names. Laura sponge and dad's square pam jail journey triangle pants and paul squarepants free squarepants. And mrs not squarepants herald square pants and margaret bo-bottle buffalo sources where the script our mental floss wikipedia fact innate dot com dot com behind the music featuring tears for fears. And you too. Was that smell smell. Anything smell a smell similar smelled before a smelly smell and jovis eighty eight the hold up hold up stop. Stop a listener anchovies. We are not a restaurant we are podcast studio eight. Eight eight eight eight. I don't think they're getting a. We should probably stand on the table. I think they're going to eat the studio eight eighty eight one hour later. Gone eight my pants. They everything and only we had a spatula with port and starboard attachments and turbo drive. Only you mentioned that before. They ate everything i guess. We'll have to try to rebuild the studio two hours later. Maybe we should start to rebuild the studio. Maybe three hour was later in my sock for. I was later. Hey guys just want to hire a contractor. What do you think gary. Gary did that whole episode for gary called. You wanted to gary. I'm like mine. I also wanted to voice mr crabs. But you know he's not in there. I said it would change it plankton. My head half lines. I still have to speaking of half the lines. Let's revisit the beer cooler to we have to. Let's revisit half of it no no way. No good a way. Gray carla way. Your perfect well. Let's start with the bad half all right so from superstition here. It's tiki fruit a carbonated pineapple coconut hop meet with lactose and vanilla. Go i zero. It's undrinkable it's horrible. I stayed everything early. You cannot drink this. i don't know what it is. It's it's fruity toes honey lax toes. No it's full of toes lactose. It was brewed in a tube. Sock it says on the can you what happens in tube socks. Black hose stricklin worth. Laura like it give it a number doesn't deserve number zero like terrible. Sabrina negative she drank all she only one Like surprisingly fails glasses fuller mine. I like it. it's six no. I couldn't think six of those like couldn't drink more than one like it's just it's really sweet to i. I got honey tastes in there. It was sweet and small defeat. And it just can't compete then. Why did you drink it all because it was still better than that gross coconut pie. One which i did not experience. Oh want good. Chris and i liked it. It was good. I don't believe any of you. It was worse than this okay. So it's the number for this one one one master he's gonna take off. I warn kids. it's it's zero. Yeah like the smell is so bad the honey. i know. there's honey in mead real. But this i don't know it just doesn't seem like it was fermented the right way or i don't know but i'm not getting any of the coconut. No i'm not getting any vanilla coconut supposed to have the nana. yeah like. i'm not getting any of things that saying. It looks like pineapple juice. It tastes like crap. I mean the can is really cool. I like we'd been clown shoes. Yes definitely that was the whole reason. We got this one for that. All right. what's the second one the second one. It's from connecticut valley brewing company. It is a spike smoothly. Strawberry lemon level aid sabrina. It was better than the mead. Oh yeah that's not saying much after. That says we right definitely smells like a strawberry lemonade. Fabulous la that's all. I can only one drinking detergent at this table. While like maybe it's because growing up that's what the cleaning around me like use was fabulous and comes in different smells so that i would assume it comes in different flavors. Her family couldn't afford pod tied so fabulous. You mean tide pods pool tides tides. I can't speak anymore. Oh we know it doesn't taste as good as it smells. Make us fabulous smell fantastic but doesn't taste good fair and everybody knows that tastes like strawberry and lemon but not not great way like not in like the strawberry lemonade. Red robin weighing. It's like a watered down version of that with alcohol. It's a one that was a long way to go for that. Laura you're welcome. I also would not say this one was a win for me it does. It does taste like lemon and strawberry. It's it's on the tart on the more tart side than sweet side. It says it just reminds me of soap. Tv show all. I love that show. That was one of the first ones to have an openly gay character on it. You billy crystals. I mean it's better than the first saw. Give it a one. I'm also going one. I took a sip of that one before. It took a sip of the to- beer. Now lactose and i hated it my first sip but it's better than the beer for sure but i don't see you go past one. Its fruity but it's not for. I don't know how else to describe it near master. It's very acidic civic though like it's definitely get the city and they're being like the lemonade. So it's very carbonated and sick. I enjoy it. It's got a good flavor to it but because of the sweetness and how like the acidity and all that i would only give it a two on drink ability. Because i don't know it's just too sweet to drink more than that. Tastes like walmart branded soda. Yeah like it's all there but not quite like dr thunder if it was a fruit. Drink all right well. That was bad all the way around. I know that episode did not go well at all. We're three hours into it really know the hours later the only sabrina has an empty glass. She's to of d. Glasses guys myself on emptying glasses except for that one. That's why you have to go to the bathroom in the middle of the show. Most of the time. Just start using the glass. Well we're like apple. I couldn't use it prior to it being empty. You could have filled it back up and we wouldn't know the difference. Wow can you find the show. She still drinking cleanse my palate. You can find this on facebook. The official podcasts forty two facebook group. page you can find anywhere that a podcast can be found. Congratulations if you listen to us. Now you've found us good job You can go to our web page. Which is podcast forty to show dot. Wordpress dot com. I on there. You can find olive our beer ratings you can find me. Beer listing show listings. All of the fun stuff on there and you can email us at podcast. Forty forty-two show at gmail.com. You have any show suggestions. 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134: The Samurai Porn Murder

Ghost Town

34:39 min | 7 months ago

134: The Samurai Porn Murder

"Death in the valley. I'm rebecca lieb. I'm jason horton and this is ghost town. La police are searching for a murder suspect who they say. Attacked three co workers. The attack took place at adult oriented business near haven hurson saticoy in van nuys on june. First two thousand. Ten stephen clancy hill also known by his stage name. Steve driver attacked several co-workers with the prop samurai sword attacking several wounding two and killing actor. Herbert hin wong also known by his stage name. Thom dong in van nuys california. This is the story of the samurai porn murders which is not the official name. Oh my god. This is everything. The valley samurai swords porn at the acting. The acting culture the real acting culture in l. a. gone horribly wrong. i can't wait. This was a subject i wanted to do earlier in the year. Opted not to based on the hotbed of los angeles. And i just didn't feel like getting into something. This strange and sad when ellie was in such an upheaval and i just chose not to put that out into the world. Even though i put other things out into the world via this podcast. sure. I just wasn't feeling it but i was kind of excited to discuss it. Yeah well it's a new year. New ballgame new weirdness. I'm ready for it. Stephen steve driver tom. Tom dong the stage named as they would like to be called in an entertainment context which we are. They were known as mopus. What is a mope. I'm assuming from what i've gathered that it's men that kind of hang around and mope around porn studios hoping to kind of get work. Well i've never heard this. I thought it was an acronym lake men on people everywhere like like the. I don't know. I don't know what i thought. It was the porn industry. And it's you think like oh this is. It's easy anyone could do this. It's really not and have a history from doing a different podcast where i've interviewed conversations with a lot of adult stars not necessarily about the sex part of it because that's pretty evident but personal lives. Would it was like how it affected their relationships and their families and what people thought and what it kind of takes to sustain it and it's very difficult industry and you can't just walk in do it m- although i mean if you're comparing it to being an astronaut maybe you have to jump through a lot less hoops. Yeah i think and again for my very limited time in sex work in people who worked in porn or worked in the sex industry for a limited time like there things. You don't like myself included. What is a mope. I don't know there are things that you don't consider. There's a culture around it that's both all enveloping an stigmatizing and like think about all the times that you're in a sexual situation and all the pressure that's put on to begin with in a personal sexual situation. Now add a bunch of other people time and money invested in your performance. Like it's fucking hard. It's it's difficult to end when you have people that are on the bottom end of that. The bottom of that ladder which you think this ladder is already a bottom. Depending on people's views about sex work the adult movie industry or the adults adult industry general. It's into be at the bottom of that. It's gotta be it's gotta be kinda tough so you have to be the kind of person that is waiting in the wings essentially to wait in the wings. Yeah for sure and also men's specifically in and again. I want to just acknowledge sex. Industry is run by men for like every type of structure of the top of it in the adult industry again. Please prove me wrong. I would love to hear. That is a man but to be a man in porn is like a tier. You don't get paid as much you're not needed as much like hangers on on a porn set gape wants a little bit different to even gotten there yet but that is you have to be very specific type of person like you said to do that and want to do that and just like show up to do that. I guess. Full disclosure uncomfortable for some reason with and that's fine if you are adult movies sex work. That's not important to the story. I'm not getting into too much detail with that. There's plenty of other strangeness. So just just want to warn people. You know me like i keep pretty square. Jason does not he. He's not going to give you the discuss details that maybe you desire or come back next week and you'll get some dirty details if you don't desire them. You're in a good place. I it's really not integral to the story but when this gets picked up by news outlets and you know it really it really umbrellas like what's going on. So it's it's part of the story but it's not important to it and i won't be getting into too much detail although i could the certain things i probably could get into but it's not important to the story so i'm just leaving it out and that's for you to kind of check out if you want to. But in case you're you're sensibilities are wherever they're at a new year's resolution that you don't wanna hear no samurai literature. We're not samurai stuff will stay. Okay okay if you are if you made a resolution that's short. Stop listening now. Steve driver. Tom dong they appeared in several movies together as mopus and they will see here. In the movie as the mope the turmoil is is not part of the movie itself. And that's just what you are. It's okay so you're just an actor in the movie but you are known as a mope until they like. Hey come over here. Yeah we need you to whatever we need them might be able to do. Maybe it's something sexual. Maybe it's an extra like a weird scene yet. Something like that. But they were known as the jackie chan and chris tucker of porn again in their circles circle. It's not it wasn't a very wide wide view. No one's listening to this me like holy shit. Tom dong yeah. How many more. Tom actually recommends steve to altima dvd. Which is where what happens happens. And tom was somebody who was kind of. Maybe on the up and up because he's asian porn actor Not as common yeah. I think that's true so. Tom is the one who recommended steve to work with ultimate dvd. And then it all goes downhill from there. But we have to go back a little bit. Yeah with stephen clancy hill steve driver and we'll go back to one thousand nine hundred eighty eight. Steve driver was arrested again. Is stephen hill at this point He was arrested and charged with assault with a handgun. As a student at the university of maryland he threatened a teacher's assistant who refused to give them an a. On a test he didn't take is not only like hey i deserve a. He's like i didn't even take the take off. I don't. I don't just want a passing grade. Yeah i didn't get an eighty nine percent and they want those two points to get into the air range. He literally didn't show up. And you find with. Steve driver is that he has a long history of issues that have remained kind of unchecked and unfortunately it comes to a very very huge boil when things start to really unravel for him. According to the washington post he asked the instructor. What's more important. You giving me in a or your life. I mean it was like i'll die. Yeah fisher for this for this intro. To psychology one clearly was not a class that you learn much from and so he ended up getting convicted of to lesser charges and sentenced to five years in prison to suspended and five years probation and then that was amended to eighteen months house. Arrest swales on house arrest. Okay he is a lot of downtime like a lot of do sure does he. Learn how to bake bread now. No see binge net flicks now. 'cause netflix's doesn't exist at this point. What do you think he does with as many many hours downtime watch porno pornography on the intranet. Yes he spends a lot of time watching porn which pretenders like business as usual. I don't know what you've been doing for the past year in quarantine but not strange. But it's it's how you let it kind of control your life and i've been in a pretty dark place and i was living in san diego and right before moved up here i was and it was when you can just watch a lot of. I was watching sports. But i wasn't even sitting there literally because you can. I think it was the idea of you. Can keep clicking that nonstop clicking. It's like shitty alright news youtube where it's like. Oh they don't want you to stop. They don't make money if you stop watching you so like porn will be like but this pop pop ups then like you're just like all right. I'm just. I've been here for like three fucking hours and it could definitely get really caught up in it because both it's it's very exciting in titillating but also it's just the constant more more different more more and more different and i can kind of understand how that might fill your head and it filled his head with like. I would like to do this for a living. Yeah and i think a lot of at least i mean to speak for myself and my gross discussing friends who we probably am kind of mention that like i think as time has gone on i was like the pressure must be so high for something like this in reality. It's very very tough job. And i've talked to. I've talked a male. Yeah i've talked to and you have one or two male adult stars and then a lot of women and it's it's work it's not you know people talk about it as if it's if it's nothing it's it's work and it's i think it's provided it's legal and consensual. It's honest but this was not being under house. Arrest probably wasn't great. No i also think that the a lot of the politics of porn when you watch porn it like puts the viewer kind of in the center. Specially like you know like like i think that is a natural thing if you watch a lot of porn to be like i could do this. I look like the the immersive of it. Kind of perpetuates that i think and again. It's like being a chef where it's like. Yeah chefs make sandwiches at home. But they don't like they're not going to make you like it's like it's this thing like seems like an app parallel to me where it's like. That's what they do at work. It's not like they enjoy it. It's work that they enjoy. That's what i do. But they're not like he can make a fucking sandwich at home doesn't even be a fucking you know. Four michelin star chef. I'm and warney money. So he became reclusive living at home watching porn. He would take out. Many credit cards maxed them out buying more pornography Because it's like hey by this you know and it's a lot of probably cam stuff. I'm assuming at that point to kind of get a private rooms. And i'm just speculating as me as somebody which i've never done that 'cause i was like i'm still cheap to always chiming mean i was like i'm not taking on my credit card. I will keep watching this and then realized i was like this is too much chill out and fortunately i kind of doug myself out. It was in. But unfortunately steve driver did not. Twenty sentence was over. He worked at a mortgage title industry at but had a police record bad. Credit ghannoushi acts out credit cards. It's just buying porn. I don't even know if it's like once you buy it. It's kind of like food or you're already eight that now it's gone. Yeah we're like. Oh this is. Provides value earlier tickled the documentary. If you've if you're listening and watched it this dude would pay exorbitant amounts of money to watch young athletic men tickly but once. He watched the video that one specific video of these two men. You could never watch it again. So it's just like feeding that like needed. Met fetish doesn't like greatest hits. You know not a fan. What's new brand new singles exactly. So he had trouble keeping job for many many reasons and then he decided that he wanted to go to los angeles. La and he got his father is somewhat involved. Because he's somebody who's contacted the police and he's one who's giving information. Obviously i don't know you know how. His hands were tied when it came to dealing with him disciplining him. I imagine it was pretty. It was probably pretty tough muddy. Seemed to kind of take some took some ownership in was involved in in bringing him to justice in some ways he moved to los angeles parents set him up in a place in l. a. can't be easy a lot of people do it and he said he wanted to be an actor taye motivation drive. Okay credit card. You don't have to record. What a gift to have supportive parents like that so this happened in december two thousand six. When i moved around i move. Yeah lady to if he wants to before so it was. We all kind of showed up at the same time and we had led different. Pretty different lives very different. Lives that kind of earl intersecting right now so what you want historic and wanted sit. I want to become an actor. Okay that's something people do and usually something. I want to be an actor. I wanna be in a marvel movie. What am i doing actually. Now i'm doing you know pornography or i'm doing cam work or something like that. But for him he's like no no no. I don't want to know thank you. Yeah i don't wanna do that. I want to go there to get into pornography and you know. I don't know what the background checks are with all of that but even more power to you and his father started to receive mail from stephen that was startling. No he would send pictures of his girlfriend's doing his dad in sexually explicit poses to david hill says other i don't know if his mother reading it too and i mean the most liberal of dad's ca why why he also like nobody asked for this. It's just hurting you. It's so i'd be so uncomfortable to avoid that. You know because i mean i grew up in a couple of latchkey kid and really shares feelings. That's that was the american way. So i was like the last thing i want to do is over share porno photos with my dad like was there a note accompanying it. It's like. hey dad how are you live. Finale is great. Look the vaginas of these women that you'll never meet and all but also it's like who knows what connection they had with him. Yeah and also the consent of like sharing photographs. Exactly which again. I can't imagine he thought too much about. We talked about lopes. We did according to elliot weekly. If you wanna more official definition Hangers on who mope around the studios hoping for a bit role. Which if they're lucky might bring them fifty dollars plus food and the chance to have sex with a real live woman. Also why do the idea that they're moping around. Shouldn't they be like in every other like we worked in entertainment for many years at this point a positive attitude and they can do kind of personality is really what's going to get you further in the industry but in in porn you have to become mopey fifty bucks panda express and have sex with a real live woman. I stop at the panda express. And w three combo. So the average rate is fifty to seventy five dollars. Which i mean isn't bad. But he stephen driver did not have what it took to be an adult star. Not even take away star and it's dark and all a working adult actor which is already probably pre tough thing to be in and to just really have zero of what it takes when he added that bad thing. I don't know. I'm sure there's a lot of people that don't have what it takes but it's probably a lot of people do have what it takes us just not a lot of work. Yeah i know exactly around the right tools. Like i can't imagine the idea again. What sticks in my mind is him sending pictures of naked women to his father. I can't imagine. I know mope surma because they mope around that he is cool to work around and i don't think he had an era of can he probably struck everyone is in a pornographic context probably fairly creepy. Kind of continue. His thing and i said i wasn't gonna get into much of the porn thing that this is not super descriptive by any means. But his thing were monster hands. What i'm imagining like like whole canes imagining whole cans like he wore hope as a kind of a gimmick he were hull cans like monster hands. Okay and he would kind of work that into the but that's feels antithetical to like. You need your hands free for you. Need your hands to be mobile for sex and porn to have monster hands just kind of batting at people's bodies that just doesn't make a lot of sense to me just from a completely completely. You might fit in that kind of guns. Oh kind of porno world that weird. I don't know you know some kind of gimmicky. Whatever everyone's trying to find their way. And i'm sure. If i saw that in a video i'd be like that's funny. He was in a couple. Spoofs you wanna get political palin erection two thousand eight classic classic uses monster hands in there though he had a feature role as one barack obama what he played Again we're there monster hands involved. I think that. I think those were kind of regular presidential hands into that one. And he struggled in his scenes. Alana evans one of his co stars said he was like a total nerd. Wow and like a total cool guy. I'm gonna take a little break. Oh hello hi. Are you happy new year. Be new year resolution's going. Yeah you're a couple of days in stopping listening to this podcast. I hope it's not really hope so really really really hopes. Please don't please don't we. We need you more than ever. Yeah did you make any resolutions this year. no now. i'm just continuing to do what i do. You know just kind of doing what i do you. I decided because i am a big resolution list maker. Like i love stuff like that. I don't keep it often. But there's removing a total nervous breakdown during the holidays. Not hyperbolic i find. I started on the recommendation of a friend. The deepak chopra's twenty one day. Meditation challenge monday three. I feel it shows. Yeah you're like who. You look deep enlightened calmed. That's not true. I think maybe there's a carbon monoxide leak in my house. But i am enjoying it though. I feel good doable. I mean after the shit show last year. Have you survived. 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Check it out. Just it all helps. Yeah it all helps speaking of help That unfortunately didn't go. Well i'll get back into the story of st driver. Tom dong and what. I call the samurai porn murders. Don't know what else to call for it. 'cause it's like a conceptual samurai porn murders and then of course now it's sad road. It's sad it's a sad story and people have lately when the book came out like a. What do you think it is about los angeles. And i was like it's inherently has a of desperation rejection sadness and people come here for that yeah essentially and is just all like bottled up and then sometimes it bubbles over so it's in the adult industry in its in its own way had historically has been pushed back on. You know where it's something that's literally the worst thing you could do for people that are just working and there's other things that are that are actually criminal. That people like well. It's leash you're not doing porn. And it's it's terrible stigma on. Yeah this is really just a sad story that will get sadder and the sadness was televised. Yes so herbert. lynn wong. Tom dong was more successful in his moped modem he befriended steve and recommended him to altima. Dvd you've got some money. Got a room and board in order to stay and he lived in the production studio in van nuys. California van nuys. We're no stranger to van nuys. A lot of you know almost live there a few times. Yeah i think van is is great but you kind of reference van nuys. When you're where can. I live in los angeles. That's the most affordable. I always say van. Nuys is not los angeles to it is literally the city of van nuys. It's the sprawling outer valley before you know ventura gigantic and a very beautiful and blazes. But it's it does feel like like like burbank. Is the valley like north. Hollywood is the valley when you think about studios. They're all in the in the near valley to the los angeles but van nuys is like two steps out of that so turns out steven was not a good fit for the reasons that i've mentioned. He was editing updating their website. But he did such a bad job like his editing skills. I think his grammar and text and photos the ended up having to redo a lot of it so they were trying to find stuff for him to do. It seems like from what. I gather that the people that ultimate dvd like people were on his side. It seems like in general people are on his side. He also notoriously lacked personal hygiene Which is his own worst enemy. He was difficult erratic bala toll and they eventually let him go and even offered bunny kind of pain to get rid of him because kind of they saw that like. This guy is not going to go quietly into that. Good night yeah. No try to pay your hands. Pack up your monster hands and go according to a. weekly. I asked him to call his parents or an old roommate or something that was eric. Joe var j. o. Vr jover. I'll say eric jover. I gave him two weeks and then those two weeks past then three days before the incident we're going to get to. I said you're gonna have to leave. Or i'll have the police come and escort you out. So they gave him time then gave him time time time time time and offered to give them money things that they didn't have to do but i think probably i don't really felt bad and he was a friend of tom's which they they liked and that was his recommendation so a few weeks before that he was in a disturbing incident on the campus of california state northridge cs northridge northridge. Listen we've talked about northridge northridge earthquake and so he was there because he wanted to use the internet and didn't have internet access zone so he would pose as a student and he was trying to do with his monster hands off like i said but he probably stood out. Yeah quite a bit for sure. How up with this dude. Yeah and his father actually became concerned for the safety of the people on the campus. Oh that's not good sign when your dad's is like hey my i think he's doing this from narrowness. He ended up calling. Lapd said his son was making crazy statements about killing people. According to steven's father. I received an email from stephen in which he threatened suicide saying. If he was going he was gonna take a lot of people with him. He notified the police immediately and then shortly picked them up at the north ridge campus where he often pretended to be a student to use the computers in the library. When the police found stephen he had a sword in his vehicle and was locked up for seventy two hours for a mental evaluation. Yeah good good wasn't enough time. Apparently on june first. Twenty ten. Stephen hill steve driver attack studio manager. Christopher rachelle who was trying to persuade him to leave this is where he's like now time to go to now. It's time to go. Herbert wong tim dong came to help. Because he's swinging around samurai sword that he sharpened probably use a prop. We're part of the studio. I don't know if it was his thinks who's in the car. But he had a proper summarized and then he sharpened it and he's just started attacking. And it's like i'm sure if you're his friend. Tim tom tom your feel responsible totally. And you're like. I have to do. And i got in there to really be like. Hey listen guys will sort this out because Who thinks that now. A you're gonna get killed with a samurai sword and your drill. Who was a neighbor from a nearby business and both of them were cut with the samurai sword. Three victims were rushed to northridge hospital. Where wong was pronounced dead. He was did not survive. stab wounds. cut wounds he had turned purple was reading. It was pretty sad. Pretty sad event. And then stephen tried to run down eric over with his car before fleeing boy. You think it's over. It is not know the standoff. So stephen was on the run for days and they found him at a west hills. House was still up in the valley yet barricaded himself there and then he kind of got out of and he was standing on a cliff. Try to think of where in west hills. There's video that i've watched. I'm trying to understand where this would be. It's not a clip. It goes into the water like the ocean. He's we're not on the coast. So i don't know where this clip but there are some mountainous areas in the valley. You can be. It's not all flat. You can find some areas and he had the sword with him and he had up against his body kind of threatening suicide. It could be death by cop as they say to. And there was an eight hour standoff and ktla was be streaming this as a happening. Because that isn't it pretty insane story. And when there's a police chase you know anywhere but especially in la. It's if we learned anything from the other things. This ninety eight ninety nine. This is eight thousand ten two dozen ten which i vaguely remember only because i was working on some youtube and i i only heard about it because you know the porn connection obviously and samurai sword chases so but at that point i really wasn't actively like kind of the way i would now following these things in wasn't like trending on twitter from me or the you know. The social media was as robust and quick as it is now and there's an eight hour standoff and they tried to hazem but that wasn't working and he eventually jumped off the cliff to his death which was fifty people oh and died from head injuries so i watched the video. I don't watch. I don't watch morbid. Things like found footage or whatever. And i was only watching this just to inform myself for this episode. And you see it all like you see him up there and then you see him. Go you see him. Hit the rock so warning. If you're somebody that is curious it's tough to look at but you might be somebody who's like listen. This is what. I'm i'm interested in the whole story. Video is is out there. It looks like him. Jumping makes complete and total sense. Not odd whatsoever. It did look like he slipped a little bit. But i mean again that was just from watching it once. Yeah either way. It was not going to end. It was going to end one way or another and it just happened to end like that. There's a movie called mope that was directed by lukas hain and premiered in january twenty nineteen at sundance think. David arquette is in it. So that in this movie kind of brought it back to my attention. So i wanted to give it a give it a shout at. I have not watched it because i feel like if i watch a dramatization of something kind of i'm taking that information and not the information. That's out it's tricky. It's a tricky line to tell with dramatization or like a dramatic retelling. It's a really sad story roof. And i've learned that i will work for panda express. 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10 Trivia Questions from a Confidence Round

Trivia With Budds

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10 Trivia Questions from a Confidence Round

"It's ten trivia questions from a confidence round where you write down all your answers. Then rank them tend to one based on how confident you are in the answers to try and score up to fifty five points. This is trivia with buds. Burn what it be and welcome to another episode of the Trivia with Buds podcast. I'm your host Ryan Buds. Thanks for checking out my show guys. I am doing all kinds of zoom parties if you want to do a private zoom party. Just send me an email Ryan Buds at g mail DOT COM. And I'll give you all the details. You can pick all the rounds. I have a list of about five hundred fifty that are ready to go or it can write some new stuff for you. If I don't have it and we can have some fun with your friends. Your family your coworkers. Whoever you want to do a party with and I have zoomed for business. Holds up to a hundred screens. So if you're super popular we can still make it work. Check that out and drop me a line to get contact on Trivia with BUDS DOT COM. If you want to hear more before we jump into ten random questions from a confidence round. I thought I would warm you up with six random questions from a trivial pursuit game. I found in my garage. So here are a couple of questions to kind of wet your palate. Number one is about a movie. What airline does Frank Abergnail Junior? Pretend to be a pilot for in. Catch me if you can. What airline was that? The answer was pan. Am That's a great movie Spielberg movie people. Don't talk about enough. I think it's real good. Catch me if you can't here's a TV question what. Hbo Show had the main characters thoughts illustrated by scenes from old movies and TV shows. That was a show called dream on dream on. I vaguely remember it. I think it was popular in the nineties dream on. Hbo MUSIC UP NEXT ON. What type of car did DON Henley see a dead head sticker? That was a cadillac. That's right a cadillac. Don Henley deadheads sticker and sports and Games. What announcer said. Do you believe in miracles? Who is that? Do you believe in miracles? That was of course Al Michaels Al. Michaels veteran sports announcer. And we have this question. It's from a category called Buzz Worthy. Who Sat next to Elton John and comforted him at Gianni versace cheese funeral just five weeks before her own death. The answer was Princess Diana Princess Diana and fads From pop culture what Apple. Mp Three player allows music lovers to download up to four thousand songs. This was a tough question back before we used them all the time and this was an ipod. So that is how dated this is no date on this actual card. So I don't know when they're from I would guess early two thousands and they have a little warm up before we jump into confidence round Trivia. Which we're going to do right now. Ten questions from all walks of life no set category. And if you're playing along at home right down on your answers then rank them ten to one ten highest one's the lowest and you have to use each number one time in the ranking process for up to fifty five points here we go all right guys confidence around question number one. What is the dominant fruit flavoring in southern comfort? Number one what is the dominant fruit flavoring and a bottle of southern comfort number? One question number two. What actor played James Bond in two bond films in between Roger? Moore's bond in Pierce Brosnan's bond number two. What actor played Bond Inbetween? Roger Moore and Pierce number. Two question for three people with hypertrichosis. Have lots of what number three people with hypertrichosis have lots of what and question number four? What novel one John Steinbeck Pulitzer Prize in nineteen forty number four? What novel one. John Steinbeck surprise in one thousand nine hundred forty question number five. What building is known as the White Pearl of India number five? What building is known as the White Pearl of India number five question number six? What nineteen ninety dance. Craze gave the digital underground their biggest hit number six one thousand nine hundred dance craze gave the digital underground their biggest hit number seven. Which COMPANY MAKES THE GOLDEN CRISP SERIAL NUMBER SEVEN WHICH COMPANY MAKES GOLDEN CRISP SERIAL NUMBER? Seven questionable aide. Stephen Hill Enberg created. What Nickelodeon TV show Steven Hillenbrand created? What Nickelodeon TV show number eight question number nine? What these subtitle to the second. Ace Ventura film number nine. What's the subtitle to the Second Ace Ventura Film and number ten? What is Dennis the menace last name? What is Dennis? The menace last name number ten. Those are all your questions for the confidence round will be right back in just a second. What the answer is remember. Wrangham tend to one tens the highest ones the lowest. Whatever you give an answer is how many points you get if you are right for up to fifty five points. Were going to do those answers right about now. We are back with the answers to the confidence round. Let's see did on this whole slew of random questions. This was number one. What is the dominant fruit flavoring? In a bottle of southern comfort the answer is peach. I didn't know that but now that I've read it. I can taste peach when I think of southern comfort and the south peaches that make sense number one peach number two. What actor play James Bond in Thuban films between Roger Moore and Pierce Brosnan that was Timothy Dalton number two Timothy Dalton number three people with hypertrichosis have lots of hair number three hypertrichosis. Lots of hair number four. What novel one John Steinbeck Pulitzer Prize in nineteen forty? That was the Grapes of Wrath number. Four the Grapes of Wrath question number five. What building is known as the White Pearl of India? That's of course the Taj Mahal number five Taj Mahal number six. What one thousand nine hundred dance. Craze gave the digital underground their biggest hit. That was the Humpty dance number. Six the Humpty dance number seven which company makes Golden Crisp Cereal? That would be post number. Seven post question number eight. Stephen Hilbert created what Nickelodeon TV show? Spongebob squarepants and he passed away a couple years ago. I believe. Rip Stephen Hilbert number nine. What's the subtitle to the second? Ace Ventura Film. It's when nature calls when nature calls and number ten. What is Dennis the menace his last name? Dennis Mitchell Mitchell was the answer remember no bonus on confidence around and let me know in a tweet or message. How many points you got on this episode out of fifty five say hey. I was listening at the beginning of May. And here's how I did. I would love to hear how you did. We have one more question for. It's a question of the day. What is the name of the Animated Series Starring Buzz? Light Year that aired for two seasons. In the two thousand. Tweet me your answer at Ryan. Buds are email Ryan buds at Jebel dot com to be eligible for a prize. Yesterday's question answer was boys to men. And you're attributing name of the day is quiz despicable me quiz spill me. Thank you so much for listening to the show guys. Thanks for help me. Spread the word about the show. And we'll see tomorrow for Trivia with buds cheers.

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AP One Minute Headlines Nov 27 2018 13:00 (EST)

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"Progressive presents Tom's inspiration to help you do insurance stuff. Okay. Time out gonna let your budget the boss of you. Take a draw with progressive name your price tool. Tell us what you want to pay for car insurance. And we'll help you find options that fit your budget. Here's some music to get you pooped down down down down. I hear your budget laughing at you. Oh, wait. That's just those kids laughing at me. Progressive casualty insurance company and affiliates. Price and cover tonight's by state law. So Brown's off you Lou for nuns or cashback or servicing. Reynaud don't do ORs. We do earns the Renuka jar with one point nine one percent APR and one thousand euro cash back and three years servicing. Saving you thousands. Reynaud the brand with the ends. Visit your local Reynaud dealer. Finances made under hire purchase agreement. Terms and conditions apply. Deposit required subject to lending criteria. See Reynaud e new allegations. I'm Ed Donahue with an AP news minute. A report out of Britain links Fulmer Trump campaign chair Paul Manafort and WikiLeaks, the Gordian alleges metaphor and met with Julian Assange at the Ecuadorian embassy in London three times, including sometime around March twenty sixteen that's the same month that Trump campaign announced it hired Manafort, and when Russian hackers began trying to steal Clinton campaign emails which WikiLeaks then released if the report is confirmed it suggests a direct link between the Trump camp and WikiLeaks AP saga megani. Police multiple schools are on lockdown in an Atlanta suburb Decatur Georgia as police investigate a bomb threat at one school and threats of gun violence to others. Melania Trump and Karen Pancer helping to assemble military comfort kits for troops deployed overseas. At the American Red Cross in Washington, Stephen hill, and Burke has died. He. Created spongebob. Hillenbrand was fifty seven I'm Ed Donahue. How do you feel about your office? Is it just a space for your company? Or is it a space to help you grow your company when you find the right space it can attract the right people and inspire your teams to do more in the right space. You can focus on growing your business. Whether it's a new HQ or a satellite office with we work. You can find a space that works for you. Visit we dot co slash space matters to learn more.

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AP Headline News Nov 27 2018 14:00 (EST)

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03:59 min | 2 years ago

AP Headline News Nov 27 2018 14:00 (EST)

"Some brands off Lou, finance or cashback or servicing. Renell don't do ORs. We do An's the Reynaud kazaa with one point nine one percent APR and one thousand euro cashback and three years servicing. Saving you thousands Reynaud the brand with the ends. Visit your local Reynaud dealer. Finances made under her purchase agreement. Terms and conditions apply. Deposit required subject to lending criteria. See Reynaud Dodi. AP radio news. I'm Ed Donahue, a new report from Britain links. Former Trump campaign chair Paul Manafort to WikiLeaks, the AP saga megani has the story. Guardian alleges metaphor met with Julian Assange at the Ecuadorian embassy in London three times, including sometime around March twenty sixteen that's the same month that Trump campaign announced it hired Manafort, and when Russian hackers began trying to steal Clinton campaign emails which WikiLeaks then released if the report is confirmed it suggests a direct link between the Trump camp and WikiLeaks the guardian did not identify its sources at Assange as Ecuadorian lawyer says the report is false metaphor lawyer did not immediately reply to questions from the AP saga megani at the White House. The White House is warning Chinese president Xi Jinping, not to wait out President Trump in the ongoing trade disputes between the two countries economic adviser. Larry cudlow says the president is confident a deal can be worked out, but issues need. To be deal with you wanna world. Ideally of zero tariffs zero non-tariff barriers and zero subsidies, good. Low says China's economy innocent a slump going into an upcoming summit while the US economy is strong multiple schools are on lockdown in Decatur Georgia near Atlanta police are investigating a bomb threat at one school in threats of gun violence at two others. Private schools are also under lockdown just east of Atlanta. Four administrators at Florida's Marjory stoneman. Douglas, high school have been reassigned more than nine months after seventeen people were killed at that school, Stephen hill, and Burke has died. He created a wacky character. And Burke conceived wrote produced and directed the animated series that began in one thousand nine hundred nine Nickelodeon, Sistine hill and Burke died from a LS Lou Gehrig's disease. He was fifty seven. I'm at this is AP radio news. A private university. In New Jersey says students can eat more chicken as long as it's not from chick. Fillet rider university is removed the restaurant from a survey asking students what restaurants stay would like on campus. The school says the decision is based on the company's record that's quote, widely perceived to be an opposition to the LGBTQ community unquote, shook fillet has supported Christian values. But it says it has no policy of discrimination against any group writers says it realizes some people may view this as a form of exclusion. But the school says it wants to be faithful to its values of inclusion I'm Mike Kemp in Washington. First lady, Melania, Trump helped assemble military comfort kids for troops, deployed overseas. As Tajik can use out of denniston, only drives home the need to support the men and women in our military and their families. Three Americans were killed in a roadside bombing in Afghanistan. Ed, Donahue, AP Ray. Radio news.

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AP Headline News Nov 27 2018 17:00 (EST)

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03:29 min | 2 years ago

AP Headline News Nov 27 2018 17:00 (EST)

"Some brands off finance or cashback or servicing. Renell don't do ORs. We do An's the Reynaud kazaa with one point nine one percent APR and one thousand euro cashback and three years servicing. Saving you thousands Reynaud the brand with the ends. Visit your local Reynaud dealer. Finances made under her purchase agreement. Terms and conditions apply. Deposit required subject to lending criteria. See Reynaud Dodi. AP radio news. I made Donahue a day. After General Motors announced big job cuts and plant closings. President Trump is talking about cutting GM subsidies, including for electric cars. This is White House. Economic adviser Larry could load disappointment that it seems like GM would rather build it. So electric cars in China rather than the United States. Many of the GM job cuts are coming from the midwest where the president has promised a manufacturing rebirth. Former Trump campaign manager Paul Manafort is denying there is a connection between him and WikiLeaks the AP saga megani. Has the story metaphor it says a report in the guardian that he met Julian Assange in London, the same Monte me came Trump's campaign, chairman is totally false and deliberately libellous the British newspaper reports the men met at the Ecuadorian embassy three times the last around March twenty sixteen though it did not identify its sources metaphor d- says he's never met Assange nor. Been contacted by anybody connected to WikiLeaks. He says the story was published even though his representatives told the guardian it was false saga megani. At the White House national security adviser, John Bolton says he did not listen to an audio recording of the killing of Saudi journalist Jamal kashogi just trying to make the point that everybody who says why don't you listen to the tape unless you speak Arabic. What are you going to get from US intelligence agencies concluded Saudi Crown prince, Mohammad bin Salman must have at least known about the plot to kill kashogi. President Trump says maybe the crown prince was involved. Maybe he wasn't Senate majority leader Mitch McConnell says there must be some kind of response to Saudi Arabia, the national retail federation says consumer spending has been strong so far this holiday season fueled by a better economy and stores. Investments and online services education secretary, Betsy DeVos is ballooning student debt has caused a crisis in higher education. The Dow finished up one hundred eight points. This is AP radio news. Yesterday was cyber Monday today giving Tuesday spending was at record levels throughout the thanksgiving holiday with cyber Monday alone bringing in seven point nine billion dollars. According to adobe analytics which tracks the numbers charities are hoping that trend continues forgiving Tuesday, which is a global movement, and it's not just money that charitable organizations are looking for. They're also accepting donations of your time and your support the ninety second street y New York City is credited for launching the event in two thousand twelve last year the day raised more than three hundred million dollars for charities around the world. I'm Julie Walker. The creator of SpongeBob squarepants has died. Eight is the finest eating establishment never established for reading crusty Krant, Stephen hill and Berg died of a L or Lou Gehrig's disease? He was fifty seven and Donohue. AP radio. News.

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Luis Valdez revisits the 'Valley' of his youth

The Frame

26:58 min | 2 years ago

Luis Valdez revisits the 'Valley' of his youth

"From the broadcast center. Ed, K P C C. This is the frame, I'm John horn on today's show want more, Fox News in your life. Now, there's an app for that. Then playwright Louise fell Dez talks about reaching diverse audiences through his work in theatre including his new play called valley of the heart. It doesn't matter. Whether you're talking about farm workers or people working officers. You know, we are human beings were sent human beings in the heart is very important into I believe that by going through the heart. You get to the mind and Ana dasilva from the feminist post punk band, the raincoats talks about her new music and an important visit from Kurt cobaine all that coming up today on the frame. KPCC podcasts are supported by. Netflix presenting an original film from Academy Awards winning directors. Joel and Ethan Coen, the ballot of busters Scruggs an exploration of life's joys and woes set in the American frontier awards eligible on Netflix. And in select eaters, KPCC supporters include FOX searchlight, presenting the favourite Royal tale of loyalty power and deception from director Yorgos length limos, starring Livia Coleman is Queen and Emma stone. Rachel vice as the women of the court vying for her favor now playing welcome to the frame. I'm John horn. Thanks for joining us. A brand new streaming service launched today. It's called FOX nation. No-holds-barred talk from your favorite FOX personalities. Can't miss new specials, and documentaries and more all exclusively at your fingertips are timed, and this is going to be our place the streaming app costs five ninety nine a month. It's been described as net flicks for conservatives. Steven batallio covers TV. And the media business for the LA times. And he fills us in on what sets FOX nation apart from Fox News. If you think of the political rhetoric and right wing commentary on Fox News as cocaine. Fox nation is aid uncut version of that it is pure right wing common. Jerry that you can watch on demand at any time. And it's unfettered by any need to report the news. This is this is the driver for a lot of FOX fans and FOX believes that people are going to be willing to pay for it. In addition to to watching Fox News on TV. So there are a couple of things that are happening as this is launched one is that Fox News is incredibly profitable. It's making billions of dollars and at the same time. Millions of people are cutting their cores or dialing back on their cable or satellite. Subscriptions. So how is Fox News trying to position itself between those two things? Fox News says that this is an additive product a complimentary product for people who can't get enough. Fox news. News commentary and wanna get it all the time on their mobile device over Roku. But really what it is is that this is a way to get into the home that isn't that isn't subscribing to cable or may not subscribe to cable down the road. And every cable company is thinking about this every cable network is thinking about this because the cable bundle is slowly eroding and with every cancelled cable subscription or with every home, then bypasses a cable or satellite TV subscription that is lost revenue for a cable network. So we have FOX nation isn't even trying to be fair and balanced. The Fox News slogan. What is it offering? What are the types of programs that people will see and in some ways might this be kind of the farm team for future FOX hosts that people can try out to see if. They have the right stuff to make it to Fox News. It has a lot of familiar faces of Fox News people like Brian Kilmeade from FOX and friends. Dana Perino, they'll have their own shows that will be a little different than what they're able to do on the network. Dana Perino, we'll do a show about books, for example, and Steve Doocy. Perplexing friends. We'll do a cooking show. They're also newer, and I would say edgier personalities that have turned up on the network in commentary. Roles who are going to get a higher profile on this channel people like tyrus appro wrestler who has developed an interest in politics. He's a big tattooed with a backwards. Baseball hat. He doesn't really look like people longs on Fox News. Although he appears there quite often. And now he's gonna have a show twice a week. And he probably is someone that of a younger viewer who might stream would feel more comfortable with. They are not yet saying how many subscribers they have. But other networks who have tried this like CBS, what does the history ban is this been something that has been relatively easy or difficult to get going CBS has CBS. It's all access which at first started out as a way to stream the broadcast networks signal over your mobile device or over your internet device and over the last year they've started investing and putting original programming on it. And they now they have about two or three million people paying anywhere from five ninety nine nine ninety nine a month work. And I think the question is is that we have to be there because this is where the viewer is going eighteen to thirty four viewers that age group is spending more time every year watching traditional linear television. And if you don't have a platform to reach those people your brand will be forgotten by them or not known by them at all. So it's it's a matter of just planting your flag in this new landscape and being there Steven batallio covers television for the Los. Angeles times. Stephen thanks so much for coming back on the show. My pleasure. And we have some sad news to report the animation community in LA has lost. A great talent Stephen hill and bird was the creator of the wildly popular. Nickelodeon series, SpongeBob squarepants Hilbert pulled from his background teaching marine biology for the show he studied animation and fine art in grad school where he made short films. His nineteen Ninety-two short wormholes won the best animated concept award at the Ottawa international animation festival. And that's where he met Joe Murray who suggested that Helen Burd consider working in TV Murray at the time was developing his own Nickelodeon series, Rocco's modern life. We were starting to staff up for Rocco, and I saw this film. And I said, I need to meet this guy can immediately see that he was really warped, and really talented and really amazing. So I walked up to me in a backpack. He was like a student and. And traduced myself. And I said would you ever consider working in television in all of us were never really thinking about television, because we're all independent filmmakers, you know. But I told him that we were able to do some really mazing things on this show. And and then he laughed about it. And he says, well, let's talk about it. So I was able to talk them into it. Helen, Bergen, his wife Karen have been long time and very generous donors to KPCC among many other arts and culture, nonprofits, Stephen hill and Burke died yesterday at the age of fifty seven following a battle with AOL s coming up playwright and director Louis fell Dez revisits California's central valley during World War Two. Last Sunday American soldiers fired tear gas on immigrants from Central America seeking asylum. Thousands are camped at the US Mexico border as more refugees arrive every day fleeing violence and persecution. Those are conditions that for playwright and director Louis fell Dez recall, the same prejudices and injustices suffered by Japanese Americans at the start of World War Two. When does was a child his family lived and worked on a central California farm that was owned by Japanese family, and that experience inspired valley of the heart. It's a play about to immigrant families, the Yamaguchi's and the Montana's and a love affair that has hindered by cultural differences, and then ripped apart by the internment of Japanese-Americans when I spoke with Dez he recalled a neighbor from his childhood in the central valley named Esteban and how their friendship informed the characters in this play one day. I went back to his place. So. About dinnertime. They lived in little shack. We all lived in checks. Their Kitching was a cardboard lean to basically, and I discovered his mother was Japanese and his father was Mexican. So there's a weird combination. And she cooked Mexican food like, my mom and also Japanese food, which was my first taste of that whole exotic cuisine first taste of a rice ball came from her hands. And so I held onto that memory named the lovers after Estevan parents his father was Benjamin or Minka mean his mother was Thelma and so- Benjamin Thelma became the lovers in my play. That. Protective homefront. Become of such hateful derision in the land. I was born here. Race here. I went to school you. Anybody else when you were thinking about this period of American history? There are a couple of things that are very important. I think the play addresses them one is that both Mexican American and Japanese American families are feeding the nation. They are and your case feeding soldiers at war and yet for political reasons, they are not fully American and as soon as their services are essentially no longer needed or Japanese Americans are sent to internment camps there. No longer part of the fabric of America as a kid. Did you understand that that you were here? But really without a home that you were disenfranchised even us at felt that you are part of American society. Yes, it's true. That farm workers feeding the nation they feed the world, but they're the most despised group of Labour's in the world over this was the essence of my my motivation for joining Cesar Chavez and nineteen sixty five to work with United farm workers. Right. The Lucien of that str-. Like the grape strike, which led to the creation of my theater company. Compassi? No, the objective was to prove that farm workers are human as everybody else. And we have as many stories to tell and ready to fight for the dignity of farm, labourers everywhere. Whether they're Mexican okays African Americans Filipinos, Asians of any kind of doesn't matter men women, the injustices that attend to the people that work in the field is outrageous when you are thinking about how you're gonna dramatize this part of your own life and American history. What are you settle on? What are the things that were important to make sure that we're represented because you have the internment of Japanese American you have modern-day share cropping, you have forbidden love. And then you have the larger cultural issue of immigration. How do you figure out how you're going to tell that story most efficiently? How much of the true story going can retain and how much are you going to have to make up? Well, let's good question. I it you take a stab in the dark. But you know, the love story is is to me. The essence of any story. It doesn't matter. Whether you're talking about farm workers or people working officers, you know, I- rises, whatever we are human beings. And we're sending human beings in the heart is very important. So I believe that by going through the heart. You get to the mind, and this is true about teachers this is about life in general in about all of the arts. I mean, this is why we love the artsy. Not just a theater, but music painting films, everything it allows us to be able to see with our hearts and to realize logically. You know, what what is right, and what is wrong when you think about what has happened in the five years since this play was workshop and refined. It feels as if the world is changing even faster than you can possibly keep up with in your play. Did you feel temptation to make any updates to it or reduce gonna it speak to history as being played out right now? I think I really do truly believe that you can write a play in its own context if you can find it, and it will. Remain vital and alive and relevant. The fact is that is playwright you have to focus on the humanity of your characters. And if you focus, honestly and truthfully that reality was speak across generations. And it doesn't matter what this the forties thirties twenties or the latter. Half of the twenty first century, people will not change fundamentally your play and very specifically on September tenth two thousand and one one day before September eleventh, and that's a period where we see a huge rise of phobia in the United States. You feel that there is another story that you could tell that picks up essentially where this play, and we'll absolutely I mean, again, one of my earliest experiences in farm labor was that everybody was out there right after the war, not just Mexicans, but also African Americans from the south, you know, the refugees from from slavery. Basically, we had Asians out that we had Chinese people Japanese people Filipinos and seeks from. India? So and the with the Oki's and everyone else, you know, in the Puerto Ricans I felt that the whole world was out in the fields. And so there's wealth there. There is power there. There is dignity there. And those stories can only be told I think through through the yards. We're talking with Louise fell does who is the writer director of the play valley of the heart. When you're performing with LT. I'll throw compassi no you're in the fields and people who are picking produce concede. Their lives and themselves reflected in performance does that translate to someplace like the Mark taper forum where when I went and saw the play. It was a very diverse audience that people of all origins, but certainly a lot of Mexican Americans can go see a play where they see their own stories and people who look like themselves represented onstage. I'm very happy and proud to be part of CT G hundred theatre group. I've been been my second home in California's my home in Los Angeles, and to be able to come here and do work with a team of profession. Channels are of course, my some of the people from compassi. No, our of my brilliant, costume designer my wife, Lupu Trujillo, she's from the other compassi. No by some of the actors, the lead actors is our son. But you know, it's it's not Hollywood nepotism. It's compass Tino nepotism gonna family families. And so this is how we support us, but having access to the taper stage as a loud me to address the people of Los Angeles and to give other Latino and also Asian actors and other people up between eighty to come and to display their talents before the world at the center at the music center. Do you feel that you are telling American stories because I think there's an easy way for people to pigeonhole your stories historians have Californians are Mexican Americans. You find that you feel that you're writing American place. I feel like an American playwright. Absolutely. Yes. I'm of Mexican origin. But I mean, I grew up in the nineteen forties and fifties all my teachers world Anglos, you know, from the mid west. And and I they taught me man, I they taught me to believe in the American dream like everybody else. And I know that the great reasons to be cynical these days and be full of hate and anger, and I went through that period in my twenties. But the fact is that that I'm very grateful to the teachers that I've had and ultimately I believe in the fundamental principles that have guided this country for over two hundred years, and I think we need to fight to retain that in every way. And it only requires a very basic day to day daily decency from our leaders from our politicians, not the lies and distortions that we're hearing publicly. So that's why I'm an activist. That's why my art my theater is about society and about people interacting with each other a big part of the stories about the internment of Japanese-Americans. What am I? They were no more or less patriotic. In fact, the Japanese American soldiers more where two of the most decorated outfit in the American army. And yet we're at a time now where we're talking about Muslim band and how we are judging people based on their appearance in their religion. Does it strike you that this story is actually more urgent today than it might have been even a couple of years ago? I think unfortunately, more urgent at the moment than it was when I started writing this, right, which is two thousand twelve two thousand thirteen when we first produced it, although I felt the agency then there's no question about that. I I've been in activist most of my life since my twenties when I joined Cesar Chavez, and I consider our work that we're gonna see no still part of that social activism, but using the arts as a working tool arts to reach people into raise their consciences, and and hope that they become active also. But I think that yes. The the elements that we're dealing with now have a burning urgency. They're like the the. Fires that we see all over LA and up north the these fires burning and the fires have been Justice are are upon us. And we have to deal with smoke. We have to deal with the inability to be able to live comfortably, you know, with so much obvious obvious injustice and corruption around us, the rebound does the writer and director valley of the heart is at the Mark taper forum through December ninth the week to see you. Thanks. Thank you much. Coming up feminist punt -sition on a talks about her music both old and new. KPCC podcasts are supported by. The Netflix original film, the ballot of BUSTER scrubs from the incomparable mines of Joel and Ethan Coen comes six dollars film original stories that only they could tell set against the harsh and unforgiving backdrop, the American frontier. The ballot of busters Scruggs is an exploration of life's joys and woes winner of the best screenplay. The Venice film festival. The ballot of us are scrubbed on Netflix. And now playing in select theaters. KPCC supporters include FOX searchlight pictures, presenting the favourite Royal tale of loyalty. Power in deception from director your goes demus, starring Livia Coleman, Emma stone. Rachel vice nNcholas Holt Joe Allen and Marquette is now playing in select theaters. Welcome back to the frame. I'm John horn. Thanks for joining us. And now an excerpt from I'm in the band. It's a podcast about women punk music. From Allison Wolfe and the frames Jonathan shift the focus in this episode is unable to Silva her ban. The raincoats was hugely influential after launching in the nineteen seventies. To Silva has a new album called island made with a Japanese musician known as few to Sova started by talking about the time that Kurt cobaine came to visit her in London when he came to talk to me, I didn't know who he was later found out. It was Navonna. So we never really talked about anything, but he was being really shy and. Musica fall on the floor or something like that. These crazy Americans. The silva. Big. It's Anna Pala D'Alema pizza the Silva. I'm found a member of the raincoats. Was born in in Madeira, which is at Portuguese island. It was a small town where I live two hundred thousand people we didn't have an airport at the time. We didn't have television in Madeira the when many newspapers and the only came sporadically, so it was very cut off from culture from other places. It was only when I went to Lisbon to the university that I started having more things to look at and to listen to and there was also a political system that was very stifling. And then at the end of my course, nine hundred seventy four there was a revolution censorship with an end freedom of speech, restored inactions promised on most important role the end of Portugal's, colonial wars in Africa. It's called the carnation revolution. Because the soldiers that were going in the streets carnations in that guns, and mainly it was because the army was fed up with going to stupid wars that nobody was gonna win and you only lose in wars anyway, two hundred thousand people took to the streets. Stirring, red carnations and dancing with the troops. And the students were making some demonstrations and meetings revived people would speak about it. And they'll be revolutionary songs as well against the status quo and all that. Still university. My sister gave me an Christie guitar, and I just sit them bedroom playing you know, Jim buys songs and Bob Dylan songs. The money. And a friend of mine used to say should get to London and get a banner I just used to think she was crazy as saying something like that. Because to me that was crazy, and then I came to London to art school. And this what I meant Gina and that the time when I was at art school punk started. Just seeing that inspired us to start a band was the punk idea that is it really need to know how to play very well. You just have to have something to say in had the energy to do it. There was one thing. But seeing the slits playing and I had heard other women playing I loved Joan bias and Joni Mitchell, but it was a different thing. I never thought I could ever do that. This goes, you know, they didn't know exactly what they were doing. But they had so much to say just the fact that the way even just. When we started the band. My ideal actually was having to women to men because I thought that was the thing that you should stri full. But when we would all women it was good. Yeah. The rain coats. I did the solo album called the lighthouse which was done on a small synthesizer suppose that had lots of sounds in it in the sequencer, and I did the whole I'll on that for me that was a bit like digital punk or something. The Mutua thing is a bit complicated, and you have to island. I don't have mate salt soon. Friends that do the thing. And you talk about to read about it and look on YouTube to what to do. But basically, you have a wiig coming from one, and it can go pretty much anywhere. And that's when they the modules relate, which is amazing. So it's like I have a clear idea of what I'm gonna do. But the instrument is giving me something back as well. It takes over your life completely because all you can think it was. His my next module. When the rain 'cause went to Japan, we've played with this woman called few the pest that took us to Japan's. Are you one day do something with you? Sure. You know? You know? So I said, shall we do it? Do you really want to do this hustle? We do it could just try we transfer. So this what we did. I do some stuff with these modular synthesizer recorded onto my computer, send the files than she add add more tracks to them. And this how did the whole album? And that is our show for today. Remember, you can get the frame as a podcast wherever you like to listen, you can also find some of our stories on Elliot's. That's L A I S T dot com. I'm John horn. Thanks for listening. We'll see a back here tomorrow.

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Episode 517 - The Firm

We Hate Movies

2:26:01 hr | 8 months ago

Episode 517 - The Firm

"This is a head gamma podcast this week on the program. It's kinda like rosemary's baby but with a crooked law office. It's the firm. I'm angie and stephen sadek eric cisco no i. We ate movies. Hello everyone welcome to. We hate movies negative. You're tuning into. What is sadly the final edition of brims. Giving we are here to talk about the firm from nineteen ninety-three directed by the late the great sydney pollack. You know this was a movie that i really thought i had seen and then when i was watching it realized it was another john. Grisham motion-picture still. Christians can get confusing for you. Yes this the rainmaker hackman hackman is also in the chamber and end runaway. Jury enron wager man. I've seen i saw runaway jury in the theater. But i was confusing bis movie with the chamber okay. Both hack dog performances also not see the chamber. I remember seeing runaway jury and not liking it. It's tragic move bash. I remember pelican brief because it was a a tbs staple. Oh yeah pellet. I i've seen that one hundred times. That's probably my favorite grisham. As i said this might be i. I actually have never seen the pelican brief but this is probably the best of those movies. Although i've not seen the pelican brief so i can't speak to that then. The pelican brief might be a little bit better denzel washington and all. Oh yeah i mean. That's that's also as debt cast. Because julia roberts is in that movie. Sam shepard's in that movie on her stanley tucci and it's directed by alan j pastula o. Pack you say that like dracula. I've always called him cooler. I'm always super cool. Like i said popular like kaluka velvet. He's but cooler bright. Exactly that's the way of. I wonder which one is actually correct. It would be great if it was packing ella. Also also in that movie steve. Sorry our good friend. James seeking himself lou. Jamesy can could fit right in this movie. This is a fucking stacked. Cast like holy mackerel is outrageous. I mean in the funny thing is obviously like we were brought here due to our good friend. Mr bramley being great in it but i mean crews hackman. How holbrooke jeanne tripplehorn terry kinney from is with a haircut. That is creeps me out the whole run time fucking ed harris holly hundred david straight. There stephen hill tobin bell. I mean it's outrageous and hardened from the x. Files at the margo martindale answering phone calls. It's like shit dude. That was another wild one. That was one that like. She's not even like in the you know main part of the cast because it's just an insignificant role it's a real like scroll down for margot martin though and then you got fucking. What's his face. Paul servino uncreditworthy d. norris has just a random heavy. Oh that's right yes. I mean it's crazy. How stack this. Cast is joe videira. Who's played every fucking gangster ever like. He's an analyzed this eraser. He's been in everything. Ads like the epitome of italian gangster. Guy he's just so disgusting looking looking like him look like pulse of unions are really handsome. Man he's fat dude but he's a really good looking guy that joe veteran holy shit dude. I don't wanna see that. He looks like a mile of spaghetti about to fall. He looks like he was born smoking. Exactly and that guy. I mean this will not surprise you. I think he died in nineteen ninety nine or something at the age of like sixty six or something like that up. Sixty six in two thousand and four k. He's in casino right. I think is a pretty big heavy in casino. I forget i just remember. 'cause that's why i knew was wasn't night because he was in analyze this and it wasn't like in honor of jovan plays the casino in 'cause actually looks like he's not in that he's in mafia though. Oh damn okay. I guess mixing. Oh yeah there's a different guy that i was thinking of. I should yeah. No no no go. Right ahead mike. Why should insti- kick this off. Where's this on the scale or do that at the end i forget how we doing this late. And also do we go. From what ted defy. I don't remember anything. I think we we we. We were going one to ten. Okay i think on remo williams we said it was like a five or so. Yeah right top. It at end should be holding this but that's at the end matter. We're here now. we are here. I would give this a seven point five. Because he's not entered a ton but like she's the he's the bad guy like he is really the these the heavy ever. Ah honestly like this is a movie. You'll be whereas wolford bramley and certain scenes like i want more of this dude and he's also i feel is as close of a role he ever got to how he behaved himself when he was howard hughes bodyguard. you know what i mean. Yeah i work at security law firm. Goddamn he's just like the fixer creepy security guy no real acknowledgement about whether or not he had any ties to the government or like military like in my fellow americans when he's like either my ex cia maneuvers pulls in that movie thousand. Could you santis. death warrants. I am he killed. Someone like sure thing like baby punch. Somebody and they fell into a bar table and cracked skull. When wilfred bramley was a college student. He punched houdini in the family. I bet you he liked caught one of those. Twa spies that were fucking roman around howard and just like broken into. Yeah i'm gonna. I'm gonna punch that fancher gypsy right the good so the threat of where it falls on the brim. Lee scale steve. You sit seven point five I will say seven point six a clean seven. What does that. Tenth of a point for eric. Just you know in case it's case someone you know. This show has been turning into a game show from time to time. Gotta make that. I got i could steve and some type of prices right absolutely i see. Okay yeah i mean. I agree with you guys. It's like right around there because the thing is seven point five ish for me to i will say but it's because he is the bad guy of the movie he isn't quite a bit. But you're right. Steve it's not as much as this character needs to be especially the stuff with hackman at the end. I want to see in with him. And hal holbrook talking about it kind of a thing. Yup yeah let him go. You know that that kind of a thing because there's a couple of scenes in this movie where you get like the intro to some of these inner circle law firm conversations but you never get the full picture. That's one thing they cut out one of the bigger things that cut out the book is there is a lot of hal. Holbrook talking with bromley That's what you want. And they have a very interesting relationship. How holbrooke is obsessed with like the pictures they get of tom. Cruise fucking the lady on the beach right. He's like how hopeless character is obsessed with like porn pictures of his colleagues over really character. Jerking them off or something like brim. Lasek okay. I got you a copy of the pictures gotta tom cruise and putting them in your special file. You can get him any time. I know i know audience gets show. Hornet you show. And when we got a new colleague also interesting point in the book. He is supposed to have a an uncle. Deve accent is an ex new orleans like corrupt police captain from new orleans. I appreciate bramley. Just keep it local. You know what i mean. Let's let's not You know test ourselves. I don't know. I feel like a little breakout a little bit more. Gary busey energy in. This movie might have gone a long way for me. Well shit man. I mean he needs more than fucking three minutes of screen time. That is just such a cocktail in the middle of this movie man. I couldn't believe it. I was yearly. Bumming when when he's assassinated and i say assassinated petrie wilfred bramley like shooting arrows at tom cruise got a little beggar. God damn it. I'm gonna get you with era. We'll get a beggar in this. Well not that. I heard anyway. It sounds here. Here is my theory right before. Tom cruise literally gets the drop on him. He's about to say it 'cause like he's finds tobin bell dead on the floor and he's got dammit oh where is little and then like whatever he's about to say he doesn't get definitive. Tom cruise lands on him. I think that's where the beggar was to catchphrase. A little bagger. We you know it takes us a while to get there. Obviously this is one of the longest movies ever made history. Yeah i was doing multiple loads of laundry during this movie. I had lunch. There was a lot of pausing. It took me no joke like four and a half to five hours watch movies. I could not believe it. It's a dad for day. You you must not need to leave the house for anything sitting here fucking lazy boy and just watch this movie and heaven help you. If it's on television broadcast gotta cancel the whole weekend. I i watched a little bummed. Because i wanted to do this movie. Obviously for the brims giving. I had sought like watching me last year. Like oh. we're going to make dinner on a sunday. Like what a good movie. That's going to take us to the rest of the night who put on the firm and it was just a little too close between watches for this long of. Yeah that sucks you finish it on tuesday. The last forty five minutes of this. I'm like just end you're in the death throws at this point. I don't know what you're doing. It's insane and i remember. You know the the one thing we do know about. This movie was last year We had john grisham. Come to the burns and it was one of those things where it's like. You know plugging his new book. That was out and we just sort of out there like. Hey whatever like you know adaptation of yours you like the most will play it. And he picked the firm favourite but it was the first of his stuff to be adapted. I'm pretty sure although this pelican brief came at the same year. I think this was the biggest hit two. Oh well this made like twenty three million dollars. Humongous this thing almost something. Yeah but anyways owes like all right. Yeah like grisham wants to do the firms or went to book it with paramount. And i'm looking at the thing. And i was like jesus christ you can have these people watch two and a half hour movie and then through fucking qna. Okay getting out of your at ten thirty at night. I did not stick around for that event. No thank you. I mean you better really fucking be invested in gene hackman wind defunct jeanne tripplehorn. You'd better be really fucking in for it on that one. He is so delightfully disgusting. This movie i love every second of him on the screen and not enough hackman. Either you know. I mean that's the problem. It's huge this huge massive cast which is great and everybody is cool little stuff to do but it doesn't really amount to much. Tapas interim you. Don't get enough of the thing. You actually want many different small things. You don't actually feel full by any that's true. You should drink two pitchers of sangria watching you got the time my friend. A little white lawyer. A plucked from the beginning of areas. A harvard harvard. Have you heard of it dude. I thought i was watching the wrong movie for a second. Because this movie hilariously starts with. Tom cruise playing basketball a year. It's also just crazy that he ends up going from harvard a criminal organization working at the firm which is also a criminal organization. He actually goes down in terms of criminality. harvard too. Big time should have just started like teaching or staying there. Trying to be gopher dean. Then you're really fucking evil. And it's this whole thing montage of kim being courted by all these law firms and like somebody's like oh you're the top five percent of the class. No top five actually best law school and like his whole background in this. You never fully get. I guess they're trying to say from humble beginnings but his apartment is pretty fucking huge. Yeah totally high ceilings. I mean his wife is already teaching at ginger porn. Like teaching at that point. So i get that. I guess if you're also working yeah she through law school kind of thing i mean i feel like the apartment almost works. But he's getting a quarter by all these different law firms and like the you know harvard one or you know like a new york ones and all sorts of and hal holbrook and the dude from the x. files What's his name jerry. He's the guy played deep throat. Yeah jerry Martin yes hard. And they're like and and We call their entire kenny. They're all like They give given this big offer and they're they're like kind of playing with him a little bit. This is what was like. How is so creepy. This the beginning half of this movie disappears. He's just like i think he's like well i'm Top was why. I never get tongue tied. How get tongue tied. How does your wife tongue insane. Some of the stuff that this duty saying his. I kept looking like out the window of wherever like this meeting was like in whatever club or something and i was like man. It's kinda crazy that the sun is still up in the scene. Because how holbrook i could have sworn was a vampire. The do you want to be part of a firm. Yes tell me how you get died. Now r-enfield terry kinney him how much he's going to be getting. He's a character that cabinet. I wanted to ask you about Lamar quin is his name. Another great great name for mr grisham. is this a bigger character in the book because it seems like it needed to be in. Both in both formats both adaptation. I only read the first half and he doesn't show up much. The scenes that are in the movie are the same big scenes there in the book. Okay that's unfortunate. I mean 'cause like it seems like it would have been cool to have like this guy throughout the course of the film or at least like. Wow how the Paranoia is ramping up before tom cruise's character's like fully in it like he sees this guy loses shit because like they kind of start leaning. That way like wait. The the two lawyers are found dead in the drowning accident. And terry kennedy's like breaking the news to tom cruise. They they have that very point and thing where like he's drinking and smoking outside and he's getting hit by the long sprinkler and doesn't seem to notice it that guy should be the guy who tells cruise some of the shit like you gotta look out for these guys man. It's not what you think. it is. And then like he winds up dead at some point. He kills himself on screen. Kind of thing so yes. Exactly dude like this. This was all for you mr mcteer. That is honestly what we are missing. A number one is a body count beyond gary busey. Exactly well you don't see you know he. He takes the job. Which also like if you're being courted by the biggest the biggest hot dick. Fuck it lawyer since anything. You know you top five year class and everyone's throwing all these offers him. He gets the best offer from them. But this little shit firm for memphis. Wouldn't you be like i'm going to do. Any reason would ask a friend. Have you heard of this firm. Like what is this firm like. You know what i mean like. Yeah like it's too good to be true right for him. Country club membership a mercedes and a fucking mortgage. I also but i also don't like how much research are you getting about a law firm in the eighties that yes and to be fair in that interview he they played it right because they're like no no no. You got a lawyer your way into how much we're offering you and it's a weird thing. 'cause tom cruise is is like oh i get the lawyer during the interview and he loves it. Oh yeah and they're all like they're all having this little like lawyer liar like circle jerk right like student. Yeah he's fucking acting like a lawyer to oh my new line of questioning. Ooh this date. I mr mcteer. I must tell you. I just overruled in my pants. Oh so whatever. He takes the job. they relocate to memphis. There is like a the ubiquitous. Come meet the family kinda shit right or is this while while they're still trying to sell them they'll selling of this is like comedown see memphis get a get a taste of the city at what's going on here right right. That's where he meets the. I think hackman for the first time or is that later is a little later but still still a little later. This is like they're doing the old like wining and dining there's a fucking delicious looking rib buffet. That i was pretty jealous. There was so much rib ribs and corn bread. It looked amazing but there are red flags at this little party. Because someone's like well you know there's no divorced. People are bachelors at the firm. Exactly exactly family is very important to the firm. Yeah i'll be leaving exactly. Yes creepy dude. I want to just go to new york ed. Just be a regular lawyer and sell my soul there. Mitch mitch. Don't worry they clone your wife very early on when she dies. Be right back. Well may say something to the firm encourages children. Yeah okay the kid auto that close to my dick right now. Thank you very much. It's like oh okay the fucking moment jeanne. Tripplehorn gives birth to a child. Will you one hope that. It's a masculine and two. Are you gonna fucking sacrifice to the devil dude. Because this is some rosemary's baby she was talking about. Could either go devil or to chris's point cl- human cloning. Like a stepford wives kind of thing. I yeah How holbrooke look. I don't know what you arctic. We should take teric. Kenny's kid to maimon. If we're gonna do it at all. I think cherokee needs child god it. Now here's the thing you y'all gonna stop making clones clones. Now we got you then. We got a hard work and one we got a gay one a real real dumb one that little beggars. One of the dumbest clones. I've ever seen wakes up every day at his house. All hail pay bald pay ball would be much more interesting movie. Very much of the devil's advocate. Actually big time yes dude. There's the meeting of the devil and law as i was waiting for. Yeah exactly this all the bumpkin dude coming from humble beginnings and yet it's like they fucking offer them the world like you have to be like. Hey ginger porn talk to you for a second so this all seems pretty good right. Yeah yeah great yeah. The view is great. Yeah yeah is how holbrooke the devil. How many times have you had to give your baby to him. I wanna know so. I think somewhere around here You find out immediately. The brindley was spying on tom. Cruise and gene triple this phone call records. Yes and he's talking about there. There's some sort of meeting one of the meeting of the minds. Where i think this is him getting the news. That like these two lawyers never meet are trying to leave. Because he's like it's not good. We're going to have to do something. God damn it like you know what it is. All very behind closed doors. Chicago's got a of question. There broke yes. Yeah exactly. Dogs got sober questions. I gotta go over there. Get a couple of deep dish. That's that's a switch between legal thrillers and action movies is that legal thrillers. Chicago is crime. New york is finance. Yes sir. You're kind of flip it in the action movies. That's right yes so yep of course he agrees to come work for the firm and everything They give him this house. That looks like he was decorated. By some like septuagenarian martha stewart looking person. And they're like don't worry. All the furniture's temp temporary. I guess but we decorated your house. And it's like ari coolum living in my grandmother's basement. It looks i mean. This is temporary. Like ten roy couch until you buy your own. I mean but i guess it would have been nice to send them a message by dragged into the yard and setting it on well. Because i think the other part of it to the what. They're not telling them. It's like yeah. We're doing this nice thing of furnishing your place. So we can bugs in all of the couches chairs. Well they eventually do. There is kind of a because this movie is long and it has world building as we like to say we eventually see like stocking their house with all their new shit as well. That's true we get a little bit of them. Sort of moving in good white people like listening to harry connick junior on the highway with their nice dogs. So yeah all right. They take the old Heat tom cruise twice in a span. Of maybe a half an hour in this movie screams for jeanne tripplehorn. If there's a serious emergency this is when he notices the car you know. He's like hey and she like runs out like oh my god. There's a dead kitten our driveway or something and he's like look at the mercedes who'd you not absolutely acts put sausage on the pizza. I got married with children renewed a second. I'll call for eleven days ago. My teeth fixed a little misaligned. But it's the best they could do. I'm not going to be the outsider anymore. we do. we should bring up. That there is. He does do a flip in the first eight minutes of the movie. And its you really want to set up that this guy could do flips. It's just the funniest thing i've ever seen. There's like a street performing little kid and tom cruise. I guess trying to get it on those tips. I guess so. I don't know what the motivation for this is. Because i guess it's just like he's happy to be in memphis like with his job and he's showing up the kid to a kid. Fuck you little kid. You're making money. He spits them. The fucking in the money tray. Yeah i mean those flips. come to nothing to. It's not like fucking. I know i don't they pay off quite well it about an hour and a half in what capacity. Don't ever the hilarious scene where he's back and the kid is doing flips again. Well yeah wash my does it what to do the flips anymore. Because he sat now because he knows what the world is that is true like he's experienced life a little more now that flips or just soured because he doesn't wanna flip anymore. Yeah i mean. I was waiting. This home was he's got to do. It's going to be a thing we're gonna get the jump on him. He's got to do a flip to get a what i'm talking about. There is a there is a good degree of tom. Cruise physicality in this movie. There's a lot of his fast running. There is the moment when he's like hanging from the rafters and trying to kick open fucking windows. So i guess it establishes that that is possible. But i believe that by looking at tom cruise. Got it yup. Exactly he's like twenty something totally finn. He always plays a physical person. So yeah cocktails mixing up those drinks. I didn't even a flip in the outsiders to when they're getting ready to run with it you flip in. That move was positive him. It was probably on his resume down. There it's horseback riding flips and people were like. I got to see these flips. Maybe he was trying to do a flip in the outsiders so we'd follow fallen his face and knock out some of them fucked up. I think they'd have only way also though that's one hundred percent not him doing those flips in this movie. Oh don't come on dude eric. I got a notice about santa claus. I need to the show too. I mean he famously. Now does some stunts off. Now now he just. It's the only way he can secretly try to commit suicide. Scientology one of these motherfucker in mission impossible movies. The shoot ain't gonna and he's going to be like i'm finally free of l ron in the fight and call real. Bullets are just gonna do it and it's going to be amazing and shoot it for k. You could really see the bullet. Come out and i'm gonna dodge it just last second. I've obstinate matrix. Like a hundred times. Chris matrix and my favorite movie remo williams the adventure both featuring bullet dodging so. I know what i'm doing here. Real knives to yeah definitely so. He gets to work on his first day very early. The security guard fuck and breaks his balls about it. Which like. I dunno security guard. Mind your own business. Dudes like a ted earlier. We mr mick dear fuck you assholes first day you never wanna show up too early to a job interview or your job for the first until you really get the lay of the land because people don't like it people just like ooh fuck. You're here now. You're here for another hour usually on your first day. It's like well. You have to sit there because they got a fucking logging shit at least two hours I have to disagree. I think this is our fat slob. Mentality got it. I think like actually like Like people who do work for a living or by that. I mean go to offices like i think they like the look of somebody. Who's there early. Like i wanted to punch in punch type now entirely true. My last office used to cruise in about ten ten fifteen they. They loved me. Because i didn't know he was secretly disguising the fact that he's fucking serial killer fantasized up murdering them endlessly but regardless of whether or not that's appropriate. This security guard has no business commenting on when someone gets to work. Well this is. My point is the world building. We're talking about this little stray things you never know when it's going to come back because holly hunter at some point mentions like i was. I was like dating or married to this guy who's a truck driver who's also an elvis impersonator. Who don't me. When i turned twenty because i was too old. Okay we're details. But the guy shows up euro. Elvis elvis the hero of this elvis the pedophile truckdriver because elvis the pedophile driver was in charge of handling what i think is like the most emotionally poignant part of the movie and my favorite character in the movie a character who i wish had its own movie which is david straight a dude jailed for killing someone in a bar fight because he had box prior boxing experience. It is it is. I just need to say david. Start there a snack. A meal buffet. The guys you kicked so good in this movie all you can eat holy shit my the jet black hair. I mean it was incredible although it's weird because he is a guy who i would say nine and a half out of ten times is playing like a high status character. Yeah and i've never seen him play low status prisoner type character before so that was interesting to see him. Go this route. He fucking nails it. Because he's david straight ernie's incredible i thought Honestly i was like Just watching him and Holly hunter they had to fuck bit. They fought for sharing this like in real life. They fucked. That's that's that's why. I think you're right dude. When he delivers that line like at the end like you're crooked mouth is so prettier lake. Whatever it is like. I was like that is a david to holly lives. People know this davis earthern was actually the fate into the post posse. All around hollywood it is not a array to tammy line. You know what i mean. It's like hey sydney did you call cut yet. Because i'm hard as a rock over here and good luck t. Hey holly bend over. I keep it going. Where's that going right. I was just trying to row as artists like good. There's a great moment here though. When when tom cruise says up to the office early dare is primarily like in sub office. Like talking with somebody dude. He does a fucking michael. Corleone closed the door. Right and tom cruise's face loved it. It's awesome And again like brindley like in this movie like remo williams where he's literally sitting down the entire time doing thing and being obviously super decision to that movie but like here. He's got a lot of presence he's just a very like he's menacing like his body is just like fucking freaked me out man. I mean it is some real fucking acting right near like we covered On the wwl. Am episode him in china syndrome. Where it's like some great acting like this brims giving. I think more than anything is really shining a light on like he was a dude that was so too. Good to be in cocoon. Yes yes i mean. It's fine that he got a lot of notice and everything from those movies but like faulk. He was great. Well that's the vulnerable. Grandfather thing wasn't quite his tune for me. Like i need more of this kind of thing of him being a stern as all. That's more of what he wants. I mean again bodyguard. For howard hughes. You can't be a lovable grandpa with that. 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I could remember but he was like a very disinterested ebony scrooge like it wasn't great he says they're check yes yeah right and they paid him an oatmeal go. That really going to happen. Bring it on. God damn it. I'm ready to go days. It's christmas note isn't that we're doing a play for christmas coming up. I here about working on christmas. My contract is void. i damn it. Is it really christmas. Christmas new people. Oh me quite a bit of money to have plus extra eleanor. It's gonna kill me. Hawk dab wilford. It was explained the contract negotiations. We have to do one matinee on christmas and your agent agreed to it got. He's abandoned work on the lord's birthday to listen. Hey man that's a holiday. He's got he's got great so this is where we meet. Jesus avery toll lar and so slimy in this movie. He is gross. Like old man that just lives for sex and a gross you out. Every time he talks about it absolutely man and like what a perfect persona like for a lawyer like a gross corrupted lawyer. You know and so hackman's like you know. Hey did you ever have a mentor now. your mentor near like okay. It takes tom cruise to lunch. And i gotta tell you. I have a big problem with his lunch. Seen oh so he does. The hackman does the thing of like the. The waiter comes up in the restaurant. And he's like Oh any Drinks to start gentlemen and Hackman goes you know. It's frowned upon to drink on company time and so cruises like all the nice t. wherever and then hackman being. The sly slimy son of a bitch city is orders. A martini totally great. Totally fine the next like cut you know to further the scene along you see him drinking this martini ties. He's drinking martini out of tumbler. What are we doing in this fancy restaurant. I don't know why strong. Why didn't they call. The police is my quest. Puckett production should have been shut. Get out of town with this. No fucking self respecting restaurant serving and martina. Tumbler liked. This is directed by sydney pollack. That man knew what a martinez have preserve. Thank you steve. That's exactly right. This is a fucking sydney pollack. Movie out a book written by john grisham. Those dudes know what you put them. Martini i will say it is a lunch martini. And maybe the restaurant knows every tolan. Let's do or toll. Toll are the knights templar s name fucking gang and co does. But maybe they're like okay. We don't want a signal that this dude is drinking a stiff drink at noon so put out a smaller glass. And now that's an interesting theory due to add thought of that until just now what starting if that's the case. Yeah well i mean again. The were the world building. Chris we even get into the restaurant tour angle in this. I wish got that makes sense. It's a place where businessmen and fucking lawyers Have their lunch. Yeah you definitely want to disguise that shit because they're down in a lot of it you don't know i kind of wish. Sidney pollack was in this movie. I mean not immediate at another white old character actor but you know i just enjoyed when he popped up and stuff did he appear in any of the films that he also directed. That's thinking i took her. he isn't tootsie but not after it's like what death becomes her eyes wide. Shut and not random hearts for sure. These michael clinton motherfucker them to beat the band cabin. He didn't direct death becomes her. Nobody's in it. I'm saying i'm saying he was. He was not in anything after but he showed up and like his friend. Movies like robertson meccas directs. Death becomes her. He's gonna show up stan the kubrick's eyes wide shut each shows up. I see were saying he's also in the player. Yep robert hass you show up you show up. I feel like the call you know. The firm went great. Everybody made a lot of money and then stanley called them up. You know i'm going to destroy that tom. Cruise in england sydney. Would you like yes. Yes i would hate cabinet. If if that's the case then i guess people also show up for paul y land. Yes the great paul island. Who is he. Yeah you know no duties. The director of maid of honor sydney pollack's last acting appearance in two thousand eight. Oh that's a garage job. If i ever fucking her to like that's like that's going to cover the funeral. I'm on my read. Dude that dude. He directed a good chunk of mr bean and black adder but also directed. I guess potential. Stay tuned. I've never seen it requested quite a bit. Leonard part six no lord fucker. Native honors is honestly also a stay tuned. It's the stupidest i've ever seen sodden theaters. i also can't believe that sydney pollack has been dead for twelve years. It's a it's a god. Damn shame steve. You're absolutely right. Ghost is almost high. School is getting ready to attend grave. Dale hi. It's like billy madison. You've got gotta do it all over again years rock and roll heaven school back. Row him school so yeah aside for being like a lothar area we learn about hackman is his thing what he's really trying to tell tom. Cruise about is to overbill your clients and you just think it's a bad lawyer jokes but it turns out to be the fucking movie Yeah not you with the mob and all the stuff like what have you know what also like. It's a fucking grisham movie. Let's get inside a courtroom. I wanna see a core of. I want to see a judge. I want to see somebody. Object to something. Yeah dude. i don't know. I mean i guess it doesn't happen every time i mean i guess those steve. If you really itching for man you should watch a runaway jury. That's the whole movie. That's a good point. Yes yeah it is weird that we don't ever see them like doing any kind of like trial lawyering like it would have been kind of nice just to see like how i you know. I don't think i don't feel. And i don't think you're saying steve that the whole like third act of the movie needs to like bender break on courtroom appear like added in the blues court stuff. We yeah yeah. Yeah but these are tax lawyers right. Yeah well that's what they do. A lotta shit though. And because there's the scene where tom cruise is like it's his first day and everyone's dumping binders onto his desk. And it's like. Oh i'm so-and-so tax law. so-and-so a state law like this firm does it all i guess. They're trying to get it like the monday the monday the or what. That's a real word but the whole like minutia of being a lawyer. It's not exciting. And kinda hinges on like the how we got capone and playing. I mean capone's mentioned towards the end because of we're getting these people just fucking overbilling and that's kind of the into the we're getting them on mail fraud we're doing. We're doing a little bit of. They don't say here. But i'm pretty sure what they're talking about is like riko. Shit that's sexier the crime. The harder it is to prove so we'll get them on mail fraud. I mean that's kinda of the point that tom is making at the end of the movies like you know. Add up all these little things that creates a big thing and you can. I guess take down all these like mob lawyers. So he's he's like you know There's a rift between him tripplehorn almost immediately because he's just working all these long hours studying for the bar is learning a lot of stuff through binders. Like you said the amount of binders. This guy has to sift through my god. Get me a fucking computer and this is interesting. Because he's a hasn't even passed the bar exam yet he's just like i guess like a paralegal ernest. He calls himself associated at the start of this. I guess he's not a full-fledged lawyer yet and i thought that was an interesting thing in the start of the movie. I guess this proves it's world building. We've got to go with the ride. Well he's they're going to pay for. That's the d-. I would love to see the fucking 'cause i know it's a mess but like day are buying him house. They're buying a car. They're buying his fucking eventually his goddamn a grad school or law school Oh the payoff is students along sarah. All that day are thinking so much money to. I know i would be like. Yeah that's great. If i was being given i'd also be like they're buying my soul your right now. This is what's happening right now. It's even worse than that chris. Because they're just ripping off the mafia which you should never do know off the mafia and they're spreading their money around not good. What did the mafia you fucking nothing. It's it's the same thing. It's not only. is it not smart. It's immoral it's wrong. These are just businessmen protecting the communities. I've never been so fucking disgusted with characters in a movie. Then these lawyers that are ripping off the mafia. I mean fuck you. We are a pro mafia podcast. If you're a new listener those are the ground rules that the ground is absolute fucking shit. Though that none of these motherfuckers meet an onscreen. Mafia decides exactly ice. Picks up at the back of the head kind of holbrook's fucking car explodes in the parking lot. Also winds up killing off that mouthy security. Guard your Tires look a little Let me fix it for all. Sherwin get a bomb at the face. While i'm butting into other people's business the first in the midst of this now he has to go to a trip to the cayman islands with hackman to sort of get the lands of the cayman and again like you know immediately this. Oh yeah we do stuff in the caymans all the time. Okay this is great. Yeah the second you hear the cayman islands man when you're talking with like working at a law firm can how took that's he at. The suggestion is that like tom. Cruise has gone through harvard law. School and hasn't heard a lawyer joke. All the big jokes you make about. How corrupt they are like red flags at this office and he's like whip to do what coop gives birth fucking jeeter that will put you at ease. It will absolutely and they're going down there to meet client sunny caps. And what does this guy. He's like he's like an approximation of jeffrey epstein meets mitt. Romney romney definitely has money in the caymans. I mean all over sure crooks. But like i guess the thing that we're supposed to understand. Is this guy. I because we pulse. Vino at the end of the movie. This guy has nothing to do with like the chicago. Mafia or anything. I think he's just a cry. A businessman that like is trying like most businessmen trying to pay as little taxes possible which we think is a great idea by the way as a country love that we love it love it love it love that shit love that shit. We fucking suck off that idea. It's so smart that no one else is paying for our fucking roads that we have to pay for it. Why wouldn't you know a schoolteacher. For instance. i think should pay for an interstate highway system. Where in a millionaire or billionaire should only paid seven hundred fifty well of course because they're better than us. Don't you understand creators or good people complaining that he has to pay five percent in taxes. This where he does have a bit of an edge to it with stuff. The that's what they're trying to talk to you about. They're not they're not saying this is good for the they're showing you guys. He's gotta pay five percent taxes at full. Could believe this legs broken picture. This this dude is the first of like eight acting appearances by hollywood. Now deceased super producer. Jerry weintraub who appears in all three oceans movies as various character the oceans but. I don't remember this i i. When he came on screen it was like he looks familiar. But i don't know like yeah. I just pulled up his db right now. Oh man he died in twenty fifteen. Yeah dude so. His ghost is about to enter kindergarten. Four but you know he. I mean he was producing stuff like right up until the produced behind the candelabra in two thousand thirteen. So i mean. I agree with your thought your well. Your thought experiment here but my my question would be somebody like mark twain like the old age goes home where they all wind up going to. Maybe i mean. Maybe he's teaching the classes. I mean there's a lot to learn to being a ghost ghost school. I could see the poster. I ready we should be copyright by the way school. Yeah for sure okay go school come up with the idea right here i am. I mean this is sort of like beetlejuice with the recently deceased handbook if it's mark twain and all your favorite dead people like shown you the ropes and there are now. Are you signing up for this. Privilege to teach eco school. I think after a while once you've like beyond you've been beyond jupiter the for so many times right you've got knowledge you're going to impart that onto someone else because you can go in the maybe your energy eventually dissipates. And you do have some type of final death Shit that just ups the stakes of go. School comes into the third act. So if you're in school and then you decide to like move on and go to either heaven. Hell wherever you're destined right. You leave the ghost purgatory. Are you like a high school dropout. That's what question do you have to go. All the way to go is phil hartmann. While now i guess full hartman would be in ghost graduate school right. Yeah yeah dane. Become a yeah really working on it. Really working on dissertation dude right. Because he's been gone. What up twenty seven years. Twenty twenty one years. Yeah so ham. Carli and candy are all hanging out and having a great time together thing about the amount of dead people. There are it's staggering. I mean overcrowded classrooms dude. You're right so you like someone like chris. Farley might be a touring comedian and ghost land and play. He's showing his great physical comedy chops while it's not completely physical anymore but you know i mean he's doing it in front of like civil war dead. Clouds are so slow. Am i right. So whatever men were in the caymans. He's suspicious of gene hackman a year. At this point we should say to lawyers from the firm have been found dead on the caymans. There was a drowning accident. There's a whole funeral thing does not matter. We're in the came in the tattoo. That i have which is never got into the boat with anybody just never going to i. Wouldn't i've known you guys for twenty five years but with the a single one of you ferry where there's witnesses yeah the staten island ferry baby. I got a boat who wants in your fucking see you later. Dude i gotta tell you. Save him very impressed that you got all that whole tattooed on your knuckles. The way i'm into boats you guys get a boat. The three of us can go out on the boat. I just bought dude enjoy astles andrew steps in the back of the head and no one is a witness. Because you're a fucking boat and dolphins to affidavits good luck. What the fuck do i care. Dude i'm gonna play football. Go school. he's gonna be fucking tight. End g. u. I just imagined steve at a carnival cruise to screen big. They're gonna kill me a lot of carnival crews and he might be right exactly well. Yeah the air karnal cruises. It's a see madness was twenty nine thousand nine and allowed of carnival cruise again. Donald corona virus. You'll be thankful to contract the neuro virus so you know gene hackman's like hey. You did really good with klein today. Because like tom cruise fucking gives it to this dude straight and it works out And the guy agrees sa- gene hackman's like we're going to celebrate tonight. Go get cleaned up and come back to my place. In a couple of hours tom. Cruise instead decides to go investigate The diving company that his co workers worked with and this dude who is running. The place says oh yeah it was crazy how the four of them disappeared and he's like what four there were only two and he's like now there were the two guys that definitely died and then they didn't find the bodies of the other to a guy who looks like a professional wrestler and another guy with incredibly long weird wavy white hair So tom cruise is now like thinking. There's some mischief foot here. You know these guys did not die Under circumstances that were you know accidental. There's this thing where like tom cruise is like now. Like there's a boxful of files issued hackman's places like hey we're going out or what is i'm trying to make myself pretty pretty issue and i'm like you know what man i have. A stomach ache. And i am not going to go out. 'cause i know i know where this goes. I know this. Why don't you button your shirt a little bit more fun button a little bit more. Let me see the chest. Ya got pretty boy. Wow look at your erect nipples. Aren't you lick your lips for me. it is so frustrating frustrating in the scene though because like hackman's in the other room getting all gussied up and he's like you go get yourself a red stripe i've with the accent on the wrong word there. is in the fridge or whatever and then like gene hackman for some reason. He can't get like keys off a key chain. So he gives tom cruise like this entire keychain. Tom cruise is like say. There's a door of the lock on it over here. Opens it up. There's all of these legal file boxes that are like so and so chicago chicago. Chicago with the names of this law firm now has four dead lawyers. Yes last whatever they say like ten years or something like that and all the dead lawyers names are on all of these boxes related to whatever shower cargo. We put it is a thing where like these could be anywhere else right. Fire the put them next to the beer fridge. They're in. I mean they're first of all way far away from memphis tennessee. I think they think they're good right. Yeah it's kinda hackman is fucking up. Giving the entire key set over to him. But like tom cruise fucking is playing way too fast and loose with gene. Hackman can walk into that room and any second and it was driving me. I mean it means the was successful. The today accessible. It was driving me crazy. Because i was like dude. He's like seven feet away from you. Close that door right now. And then he drops a fucking beer on the ground on man. This is insane because he drops the beer breaks and then he closes and locks the door with the pierre broken and everywhere and it comes to nothing. Yeah gene hackman's ago. Where's your beer is. I didn't want it would be great if he had the door was still open. And he's down these trying to clean it up at then he just stops and looks behind him. It's gene hackman looking at him. He's like hardy foul and then he kills them. Of course it right there and then while he locks him in that closet fucking locks the door behind him and just let them starve to death but yeah like this is clearly. We're going for his set up here. We've got gene hackman. A rug on the dance floor at this at this hotel resort. And there's a lady who's like very hard core hitting on tom cruise and he's like you know what nad this isn't going to happen leaves. This woman goes for walk on the beach. Sees another woman getting hassled by a dude and like he's his presence kind of scares dude off. And then tom cruise is like but i will fuck this woman. Leigh heroism got me hard. So here we. It's really weird to see a woman being potentially sexually assaulted on the beach and then move into like hitting on well. The thing is guys the woman that he was hitting on her. I was a nine. That's like But this one's a ten and honest to goodness ten so that you know you're allowed to trade up there. If you're tom cruise you got to go into town. We find that brindley in them. The ones orchestrating these women and all right at the nine didn't work so going to the ten. Oh my god god damn we've never had to go above seven before i can't believe this now. How hct comment here. I gotta show. Here's here's my prostitute. Map got for the cayman islands. I got one with them with gene hackman at the ball one. That's gonna kinda get ripped up guy near the beach. I got five back at the hotel waiting for them just going around the bog getting drunk and then i got to in the back just in case one of the pocket. Lots law stick piece. Can you believe it. I got one in the laundry room shitty. Change for five if you know that goes. Yeah there's telling the can't get into their room you know. Also it's a little problems or five. Put out a front desk later. Who just got offers shift. That's usually the one that clinches you got a light that's all boy. Convinced me to be john wick but for prostitution but you didn't expect my loyal army of prostitutes. Well it is like you have to know. You're being setup because like he he he scares this guy way then like like. Start to fuck obediently right on the beach and you have to be like wait a minute. Is this tribe dude. It's insane 'cause like she. There's something about like. She's got a sprained ankle. Who and he's like tie an awful piece of cloth around or something like you know inch. Oh she's like a doctor and he's like no. But i sprained ankles of my own and you're like okay. I just feel like this situation. You would expect that guy to come back. Knock you over the head and then they both take your money. That's how that's kind of the best case. Scenario daughter stand here is that joan. Wick can shocker fuck away. Yeah i'm thinking. I'm taking the money off the dresser. A lot of people. Keep telling me that i'm horny. Yeah i think. I'm horny getting ready to cam today. I'd watch this movie. Hotel stuff would make a lot. More sense would the coins. Maybe those would be bitcoins. Possibly stupider horsely. She could be the the the ian mcshane definitely. That'd be awesome speaking of John what's halle berry. Auditioned for this role is of of women on beach. Didn't get it yet. no. I mean that's where was halle berry in one thousand nine hundred ninety three career wise just sorta starting out show scout. Yeah that's about it. That's all that's like a little later though right. That's not where she was like. Getting very beautiful women roles like not not lot me to them but like wow. This is a strangling woman. Kind of thing right right boomerang Looking at that you know. That's strictly businesses around this time. Strictly business yeah. Ninety one okay. So she yes she had definitely been in major pictures for sure. Got it Yeah so he sleeps with this woman. Clearly there's going to be a set-up there he is made to feel totally bad about all this so he secretly rents a car and quickly visits his brother. Ray a this is david straight and who's in jail and i guess like what luck man he's just like in jail across the river in arkansas. Like or wherever wherever straight fans gerald supposed to be like. Wow wouldn't you believe it older brother. I went to harvard. You went to jail and we're just across the river from you i. That's sort of baby. The reason he takes the job is to be closer to him. Who interest marry there was mentioned. Jeanne tripplehorn family is nearby as well as a reason to take the job. Oh right yes. She's got like well. What does she say that. It's weird like we'd have to fly. And then i'm driving a little bit or mean whatever. He uses the mother as a selling point now that she says in line like like so if we get into a big fight i one have to drive too far. Oh well that's what it is. Gotcha gotcha okay. Fight versus flight. I really need to watch these movies with the subtitles on four. I am going deaf. I'm having my fight or flight moment. Do i dragged my mother. Or do i find time crew so crews like suspects that their career and everything and you cut to gene hackman telling like bromley in holbrook that cruise like did a great job in the caymans and he should go to washington on their jet. Yada yada yada. It is a washington because gene hackman. Which i love. Yeah no absolutely But so this is what we finally so tom cruise. he's really really Concerned about what's going on. He's concerned about the four dead lawyers and ten years And he also at this point is determined to try to figure out a way to get his brother out of jail cut to we have holly hunter and gary busey in this movie. Holly hunter's sticks around for the whole time. Geir not so much but he is exquisite in the short time he's in this. Holly hunter apparently has five six minutes of total screen time because all season but they are really short. And what is the shortest amount of time. Anyone was nominated for an oscar. She was nominated for an oscar for this move. Yes but she was nominated for two in the same year so it was kind of like she. She was having a big moment yes. She won for the piano this year as well. Yeah oh well. Wait a minute though like so. They're saying that her role in this movie is longer then. Judi dench role in shakespeare in love. And i thought that was the record holder. Judi dench has more screen time technically. Yeah that's that's what they're saying is is that right. Thanks so i. I'm db you know everywhere like the huntress this other than this first one like. They're kind of cut up like yeah but like isn't judi dench literally in like two minutes that movie. She's in a she's in a very long stretch at the end and then like right. I remember when i see her. She's there for a while. You're in that sequence for awhile with her by the way i love these fucking perverts. That are with like a stop. Watch all right. How long is leeann during this movie tick tick tick tick tick. That's the gamblers hundred other people who are really want it. I dream dench screen. Time shakespeare in love. Eight minutes yeah. She's five minutes fifty nine seconds one resting the short but she she did not she one for the other movie though. So maybe is the statistic is that is the oscar winner and also. She's twenty seats where an average of eighteen seconds for judi dench. No no holly hunter. It's her just burping after i do. We should say. Also ed harris has betas point known in this are already. He's already kind of harassed. Tom cruise like hey lotta lawyers at your firm. And he looks like a fucking a daddy. Warbucks from hell is basically. I think it is sleek and terrifying. I like it this whole i. Cue ball look Yeah he's very. He isn't imitating and it's much better. Look than his fucking horseshoe bald that he's just done forever. I mean he is aggressively bold. Sure you need him. Because paul called her own is just like the most smooth motherfucker and the world like. He just has that voice. This is the dude. Shoot the guy he's He's in king of new york Yeah yeah yeah. And he was in fiction fiction. That's what i'm thinking. yes yes. He's the bartender apple. That's also in right. The man from whatever that sequences called man. I'm gary busey. Is david's restrict their xl bait apparently had now. He's a a private detective and also ex cop dude detail that they throw in for this busy character. I want that movie. How did you wind up in the clink. He's riding there. Yeah i'm right in here. Oh yeah you'll just have to go route this way route this way. What can we do for your. We are legion. I honestly texting you guys. This when i was watching it. I was like i cannot believe that two people who have the same dumb as impression for our sharing seems together. This movie aren't the we movies. These fucking came together. Make no mistake there the same impression. The exact was never said otherwise. It is great because you get like all you have to have fans around. You're ready you already fucked and it's like okay. It's like a lot of dead lawyer. Is he the way he says. Lawyers is amazing. Deal like you say the word law and then you years after an lawyers the whole thing where he's talking about holly hunter's husband the elvis guy like doing he's like putting together cocktail or something while he's doing. I just wrapped. I am just like i will do anything you see. Just go just go. Is the silver bullet share. You know like he's just like he's not surviving the game like crazy. Well they it is post accident right yes but well they also th. There's like a pushing on him while he's doing this and i i forgot john. Seal fucking shot. This movie john seal. Who shot fucking mad. Max fury road the mania the real maniac did this movie. It looks good. And i think looks great. I love the details of his word. Because he's like a little more. I guess flamboyant as a little rock private investigator. He's got this multicolored shirt jeans razor so good and it is looking incredible dude. Is it gay. I'll take the case. I'll look at all this shit for you. He actually has a great line though. He's talking about like how like stray faren- isn't like fairing too well in prison and tom cruise is like you know. Oh yeah like is. His parole hearing is coming up you know. How do you think he's going to do. Or whatever and bbc says something about like you know you go in two places like that with only so much like gumption or whatever and he just goes. Whatever ray had used up to get this far and it's a really great way being. Your brother really needs to make this parole dude. Because he's not having a great time imprint. So what are you say jailbreak. Let's go fuck dick amount. I got a couple of spirit. The grappling hook. I'm gonna fake a heart attack. You go in and you need you to seduce the warden that at the mouth eating grass to slip by going to think i'm having a heart attack because when i get in there i'm gonna go. Oh my god bihar. Wow that sounds like a great job boss tags as been excellent e. Yeah ooh fuck. Me wasn't good for us stay. We are literally the beast with two backs baby but he he is about to get blown. Holly hunt yes and dude here in strengths. Tobin bell d noise and i just wrote. Oh my god. Tobin bell's hair and d nora's turtleneck. These two are up Something like the tobin bell looks like he just got done. Fronting some black metal band from norway qazis dude. He is 'cause playing his rick flair. Which is it is outrageous. And by the way if you watch this film to prepare for this episode. Next time we go on tour. This is what my hair is gonna look. That's a good call. He is his character. Name is the nordic man. No is that what. He's credited as the nordic man hats. That's don't man it's cool man. I would watch a amazon series called the nordic bad. He's like killing people at memphis. I need like a different person playing than in order to come in though dude what are you talking about. He's like he's tall and they got the blond wig on him. I think he's blonde real-life but like this is a wig and he's scrawny like if you're telling me it's the nordic man i need some big fucking jack do gonna fuck it you're gonna shove tobin bell in bars or you're gonna tell going to go up bell shovel because you you you you know i would definitely shove to take you apart like a flashlight. I think you guys just a little dude dividend by mr jigsaw. I would set up a series of traps. That would shove tobin bell. Sure could middle ground eric. I like that episode of seinfeld. He's terrifying. he's like where newman is. And kramer like yelling at him. You're nothing but a piece of crap in the roads. Every other record story of the old man comment on. What did you say to me. I said it's a piece. You could store so he's got this stupid act. Said he's not doing the voice sadly but like via asking questions about the dead lawyers and great thing. Who's pay you like. Beauty is like loading others desk and he goes. I'll tell you pay me. You wanna know who's paying me is. Abe is julio iglesias. The delivery at least it's opened fire blasts de noises knees out dude. It's pretty fucking awesome. Man like dinars will never walk the same way again and like tobin. Bell has been like kind of like slowly shooting. He picks off like an ear lobe and then he shoots him in the shoulder. Shoot them in the forearm. We have no you know a fatal wounds here. And then dean. Nora's is just like just blows emits. Art out of me la hunters. Y'all been a finish hit. I didn't even get started. There's blood on my face. If they actually had sex it would be like a rift. In the universe time cop turned into a big blob and destroy everything. Lay off the fucking candy. I'm small woman. Big fat mediatek. All excellent say. I love both of them dearly to death. We're not insulting holly. You got you. You got the oscars. I got the boater sacco's heather. We're unstoppable. you cut the nominations got an army. You've been madge inari friends. You know you know albert brooks. I know a stephen king. let's not forget. Gary busey was nominated for oscar for the buddy holly story excellent win or no no no. He did not know a tough year. i think. let me. Oh wow i got into my head. I would've told you won that academy award. You'd be dead circus. You avoid one for one hour. Home like crybaby cowboy. Come i got here right. What does it what a piece of shit. It's a hell ashby movie. It's called coming home. I'm sure it's great great. That's great yeah you got. You got the cohen brothers. I got the dead man so yes. That's a great way to go out of this world. That's your last words outta here. Great last words were million better than the ginger dead man. That's actually true So we we cut to dc. Tom cruise gets a little note from the fbi. Meads ed harris a park and ed harris goose suit next to that guy on the bench. And it's fucking adam from goddamn law and order himself. Stephen whatever the great savin hill Who is last film role by the way. Well which i you know. I saw that a nine db two and teams like usually when someone like posts that means like the person die the next year or something and it was like this was his last film role in one thousand nine hundred three and he lived well into the two thousand sixteen his. I mean. he's not even in preschool yet guy. Preschool hosts tiny. And so this is where Stephen hill is like hey man. I'm the director of the fbi. This character not played by stephen hill multiple times but this character is in other grisham stuff. Because someone else plays in maui in another one of the movies i think. But he's the head of the fbi and he's like your law firm is the sole representative of the chicago. Mafia isn't he. What a what a news. The justice department notes the fbi the fbi. And i think the guy on the bench that he admits meets stephen hill. Yes stephen hill. Yeah i think. Stephen hill is doj. He's the justice department. He's like they're they're building. A case i think is the whole idea. Yes i would have sworn it was the fbi to trip them up later in the movie because it is the department of justice but then like she comes back. The told him off the key. 'cause he knows that the firm is watching was like. Oh the fbi. Talk to me. As opposed the department of justice. Where that's how. I read that i might be wrong. Ed harrison is partner. I think our fbi and working with the doj. I don't know how government works folks. I see well neither do the motherfuckers working in it right now. So that's good But yeah so this. Is man another fucking great. A doofus name denton. Voyles is stephen hill and so stephen hills like listen. Tom cruise. We want you to help out fucking rat on these dudes testify against the mafia. I know you've only been out of college for a month. But we need you to testify against the mafia and then you're just going to go into witness protection like this dude is. Stephen hill is basically like so. Listen buddy you through your whole life down the toilet in a matter of weeks. Congratulations hits spectacular fashion. So they paid for your student loans. He didn't think maybe that's a little too good to be true when a house in the beamer and the you know the a your wife didn't think maybe like well honestly when they paid off all my debt and everything i thought they were going to appoint me to the supreme court i did. It's a mercedes to stop in a tweet. Oh yeah got it. Got a bunch of fucking gear. Heads burn down casa dei cabin. That'd be amazing. Chris picture this a bunch of cars start doing donuts in front of your house or the chris. What's your address. I'll just habit. What's your address days three. Oh hey no steve. Now tom cruise does have a great line. Here he goes. Let me ask you this. Are you out of your fucking yet. Good crews delivery at this is like you know mature ash adult cruise. You know what i mean. He's not and you know what's great about it. He's doing a dumb accent that far and away bullshit like just. He's an angry. He's doing well like an irish accent guitar guitar. I gotta go back to that. I saw that as a kid. And it made an impression on me. Because i saw the bounty of america displayed. I've never seen it with irish. Immigrants like land. They have to raise to like going farmstead for prepare yourself for hardcore sleep with that movie. It's so boring fucking. I made thirty six years man. I'm not in any fucking rush hour. Somebody picked directed that. Let me check. I got a a yet is around how i was going to say. Well if it's putting you to sleep. So so ed harris's like you know one of the things will do for. You is get your brother out of prison. would you like that. Would you look your brother. Pink prison anymore and tom cruise is like well. Yes actually i would. And this is where he fuck and runs into this office. And he's like guys fucking fbi. Khattak and i really appreciate him trying to come at it from like the goody two shoes like instantly loyal to the firm like do the fucking feds tried to mess with me. And there's this funny bit where it's as jerry harden and they're all in how holbrook's off what they say. Well they said they want me to steal their secret files. Then like gene hackman's. I i think i lost again new. You new this kind of like thing. Yeah hardens like. Oh i thought those secret files last week. They didn't say anything about dead hookers. Today they come up today okay. Good came caymans. Didn't come up at all. did they. Great fantastic cap aquatic dinka. Could you might be. Were in the wire blink card if the epstein file came lincoln park. Do they know where on the flight law. Mr mulder is get. I don't know how to name. Say her name but day maxwell z. Okay okay oh the. The jisr lane is You know so. He goes home. And i actually. I thought this sequence was quite great. It's pretty clear he wants to tell. Jeanne tripplehorn what the score is. She's like sexily making some dinner. He goes in turns up the music and like grabs irs. If they're going to dance or kiss or something and you just like. You don't hear anything tom cruise says it's all like whispering in her ear. And you get all of jeanne tripplehorn facial reaction fucking great totally great great actress. And there's this one line it's not in this scene. Maybe it's like what they're doing a lot of stuff like us missing dinner and that whole bit and she's like i don't know why don't we just do what you used to order pizza. I'm like you're just not ordering pizza. Like a weekly current fuck. Are you doing well. Because they make a point of like when they're back in boston and he comes into the apartment it'd be like oh they made me the offer. It's the classic movie and television and tom cruise does right here where you've ordered way too much chinese food. Don't i have been married for ten years. I would never presume to order from my wife at a chinese restaurant or or like over overall. Like tell me what you want. Because there's a lot of options that i don't know what your mood is. I never presumed order chinese for anyone. You got twenty ten. What the fuck. Where i known my wife. Oh okay i was just going to let it slide. But i'm glad they blasted your ass. Chris cabin asked blasters inc those guys are sticklers about wedding day in the win a blast asks whenever anyone if you a wedding thing and if you would like to hire ass blasters inker ass blasters. Llc please contact us dirty. Deeds thunder chink. S blast is. What do you want we love. What blasted makes me feel good. Sorry steve over that. What i'm going to say is i wouldn't presume the so many these restaurants. You're totally right. I mean when we ever do. Like you know seamless or door dasher. Grubman all those things you know It's always like you put in the order that you want and then you hand your phone on I'm not even gonna like ask. It's like you get to independently make that decision and this goes triple quadruple. Quintuple time for if you were fucking out in public ladies and gentlemen you do not order for its soul besides yourself unless the person can't communicate with the server then sure if their children not in a you should not be bringing children to restaurants. That's a fucking rent for another epic question. I'm in the middle of Ordering chinese kidnapping scheme guy tied up. has gagged cool if i were to for him then or what do you think. Well i think steve. That question really comes down to wire you kidnapping this guy in the i i would say like. What are the reasons for the kidnap. October's you got. He's like treat him like a dog. Was just gonna say steve like you know if it was like a Like you also then plan to murder that person later than like. Yeah definitely order for them. Whatever if it's like. I promise i'm not going to hurt you. I'm just trying to like blackmail someone for money. Then maybe you give them the option to take a look at the men you know what's funny about this whole conversation. There's been many times where my wife's go pick something up. And i'm like yeah. You know what i like. How you for you man you guys to make it. Does that. add sausage to whatever you're going to. Yeah that code word trees bad. God bless you can still eat juries. Oh i can't alexa. I can't fuck with that. These days man i'll tell you what So yeah so th the not smart move here so we can move on from the scene but like ginger born gets this new. She's not having it and she just like runs out of the house and is running down the street. He's chasing and was like guys. They're watching you guys. Let's let's not be sprinting. Down the street having an argue just blew it. They love the coffee machine. Guys training for a ratio. What i didn't know we had a couple of nights joggers on the staff. Here year nasa acquired got that good. Good things run. Oh a but then this is sort of like really when the fighting back kind of part of the intrigue kicks in because holly hunter comes to the law office because crews sort of realizes It's only a matter of time before they connect dead ask gary busey to his brother learned that he has a brother who whose existence he has covered up from the law firm. And then they're gonna know that. Tom cruise was hiring a private investigator to investigate these dead lawyers. So holly hunter comes in a pretending. She's going to deliver an egg sandwich to him. Which was kinda great and then like they start their relationship of like. Holly hunter wants to help. Get these mother fuckers because they had gary busey mariah weird detail here she brings up that fried egg sandwich and he's like okay great and then he goes and meets her at the exact deli. The side egg sandwich is from and eats it there. I was expecting him to be stopped. Hey pal no outside food or our good call dude. I didn't even think of it. Or maybe maybe to li like you know 'cause britney's up up up here's are what would we do okay. He would eat this sandwich and then would go down and go eat a second x. I was so good. Great idea fucked. So that means you have to get some Some you know. They're not transition lenses because they're dark sunglasses. That are just light enough that you can wear them inside problem stanley glasses. Yes that's what we'll probably has in this movie and most movies. It doesn't wanna be. i wanna be. Let's see here He had four lunches yesterday. That checks out. There seems like a pretty normal guy for lunches quad lunch. Of course to breakfast too yeah. I'm a. I'm a to breakfast. Ma'am well where's my second. Breakfast goddamn dabbled a wrong with eaton. Three peach cobbler for dessert ended the normal behavior that teach kabul was going to get thrown out anyway. God damn it you know it listen either. He's conspired to take down the whole firm or is just a normal guy one of the first one. I can't read them late. Speaking of bramley we get a really great intimidation. Seen we should talk about where brindley and fucking jigsaw are like. Let's go for a ride. They take them down to the riverside and brim. Leigh's like so You know going to have a little bit of a debrief here about the caymans. The wouldn't want your young wife to find out about this and this is where he says i'm there. There's been some photographs of tom. Cruise fucking that woman on the beach. be goes intimate acts oral and whatnot. What he's like. i'm your friend. listen. I don't know. I wonder what the thinks they might have on you by b that Pretty little little thing you had in the cayman islands which we knew was what listeners. Imagine your wife is going to the mailbox. She thinks she's picking up. Read books off these thing and he immediately cops to it with the wife so this can't be used as blackmail. It's fucking crazy because otherwise he'd be saying i got media from riding tractors. Yeah you're exactly right. I mean it is like it's crazy seeing like crews have to make this decision there in a restaurant and like you can see him making that decision in the moment like the only way to defuse these mother fuckers and make that ammo totally unusable. As if i just copped you right now. And he's like hey jin tripplehorn. I know we're having dinner in this like kind. Not great looking fancy memphis restaurant but Yeah i definitely fuck someone in the cayman islands. I love this part. Because she's like. Why did you even tell me these. 'cause i couldn't live with it. I couldn't live with you now. Not knowing you know. Just i just could not stand not to babe. That's how much i love it. Not because some fat fucking sixty year old security guards threatening me with black now. This is definitely not that this is gonna make sense but we're good order three more dinners because he might still be watching. Here's a question man. Like they have food on the table when she storms out. If heaven forbid you found yourself in that situation of a storm out restaurant storm outright you get a like a take a dabble on. What's on the opposite side of things that guy. Look dude. i'm sleeping. i'm sleeping alone tonight. Anyway my gas situation is by my own business. Totally you might as well be totally fine with getting up three times in the night with diarrhea. Going to split apps anyway. So just have a little artichoke dip. It's kind of great like the scene. There's a scene sort of around here Where is like look god. Dammit i think this guy's gonna fuck us and hackman is like you know but there's there's nothing to be suspicious about and bramley damned like the lines that he has of his movie. I think the motza wilfred grimly soundboard material. You could get like. What do you think i am here. Fucking night watchman. I get paid to be suspicious. When i've got nothing to be suspicious about fucking grad line damaging op care like hundreds of thousands of people for the fuck as long as you don't you don't what i do. Remember that a little village at albania killed them all. of course. you won't be here for marco from remember all those years. Working for texaco legal counsel stick with just two or three people. Wicked hundreds hundreds. My boy it is weird. Though because like in that moment i realized something like bramley and hackman for all too brief moment i will also say but for this moment they are going toe to toe and rim ramle. Brindley is fucking sticking it to jean fuck and hackman right and you realize like with these like older character actor dudes like all it took was like one thing right like hackman had bonnie and clyde and then he kind of just becomes gene hackman right and like brindley kind of just like keeps going along. The way is in great movies and makes these great appearances but never like got to rise to the hackman level. But like they're just as good well in that moment you realize they're just as at that moment but like he can't do have what you'd hacked but you never know those he never got the chance to doesn't matter because like the point is that you'd have is supposed to be a little weaker this book. 'cause fucking he might have a couple of pictures of like beach sex with tom. Cruise he has the real deal on. Ackman oh my god. And i'm not talking about like character motivation. I'm talking about the skill of two actors. And i'm just saying like in that moment i realized like any way brindley had way more potential than he was allowed to show on. Do i agree with that. But the problem is it's like his his. His look is so distinct. It's like we sometimes talk about like older. Like heavy actors character actors and how great they are in things how they seem to be disappearing but gene hackman was trim enough to play way more role. I feel like if if wilford bramley didn't always have a moustache if he yeah if he lived a healthier lifestyle he could've potentially gotten way more acting work. I mean i think you're right. Hollywood is fucking total. Shallow play of course. But like i don't know man. Look gene hackman embodying clydes fucking look at them in the converse. My point is. He's just a dude you in another world. Gene hackman played coach. Here's the thing is like if gene hackman all the acting prowess he does have and he's a fantastic. I love gene with one of our greatest living after he started acting. Now dude. you'd be cheerios. Commercial nets it to ugly man exactly. He's not hemsworth you know. We're we're better actors and gene hackman. All the hams words there so realized one of so good according to holly weird so i think the whole thing is now we've got tom cruise and holly hunter engineer this document swamp because the idea is Ed harris wants contracts with the mob and tom cruise is reluctantly doing it and then he realizes oh and get the overbilling instead kind of thing right because the whole thing is if tom cruise just goes along with giving at harris what's he what he wants the way he wants it. Tom cruise will then violate attorney. Client privilege and then be disbarred. He'll never work anywhere as a lawyer. ever again. the mob which he does not want to do and if you go well the absolutely because it's the great instincts by the way never go against the mafia and if he goes against the mafia he would have to go into witness protection. And that's not a real life anyway. Which by the way. Another reason never to turn states evidence. Yeah dude living in arizona. Eaten egg noodles and catch up like a schmuck. Exactly you don't want to do that unless i'm sure it's lovely. Maybe that's why arizona's actually turning a little purple to blue Electorally witness protection out there. Which arizona is a lovely state. I visited there a while back and it was great time. So yeah so this whole thing. He realizes okay. I'm actually going to get him on this overbilling thing. I just need to like copies of all of this shit. He realizes that he cannot make photocopies at the office. Because you have to dial in the code to the account so they know who to bill for this worker whatever so he realizes the get them that way so this is e engineers this whole plan with holly hunter where they're like literally leasing office space and setting up like a fake business with a fake phone lines and a fax machine so holly hunter can you know. Get all this info or whatever and this way. Tom cruise doesn't commit any crimes. There's not like he still preserve his status as a lawyer. And get these guys. It is kinda great he's like. Hey holly hunter your old boss gary busey. That was a private detective. Does he have any like private detective gear lying around because we get like this little bit of a sequence where it's like the tom cruise holly hunter detective agency and i kinda loved. Yes this is what when he goes to the track with at harris. Yes oh yeah. Oh my god it's kinda great. This whole thing does the does the dog ever get the bone does but then they can't raise him ever again. This loved it. It's dog racing and not horse racing. It's where we we're not claiming enough for horse race. I'd love that. This is like ed. Harris has been to seems we've seen them have been like intimidating his shit and then in this moment he's just like doesn't think at all. This isn't like oh this is a lawyer has been thinking about how he might be able to me. He's right. I've gotta give away the whole game. I'm gonna fuck you. I'm gonna fuck dave. I'm gonna take all your money. He's like i got on tape. Fuck you because of a chicken shit. Little harvard sees sucker man. Oh yeah it's tough. It's like a duck your teeth out the whole thing spicy stuff. Yeah and so. Yeah like holly hunter calls. It's fucking actually really great scene like ed harris. Choose at tom cruise. And he's like you know you wanna get that like the phone's ringing and it's holly hunter and he's like are she says you know. Is this agent. Whoever he's like. Yeah who's this. And she's like. Oh it's agent whoever. It is and plays the fucking tape. It's such a great fuck you. It's amazing and do the rage of ed harris at this moment. And you know here's the thing. I'd shoved tobin bell. I am not anywhere near show harris. Absolutely i'd love that. They cut a paul. Calderoni is like my name's paul between y'all totally dude. I mean time. Ed harris came to the burns. And i'll tell you. He stood out on a balcony. With like you know little little group of folks there's handlers and everything and gives each no now is private balcony do didn't face out into the the proletariat. He was out there smoking. And i remember walking by like leaving my office and like heading. You're making my way down to the projection booth. And just looking like ed harris from thirty feet away just casually smoking a cigarette like laughing with his friends or whatever scared the shit out of me and i don't think i could ever meet at harrah's i pissed my pants dude dude as intense as it gets. I would've loved to have been somebody who tried to talk on the night when they gave kazan the award. Oh harris that night that must have been arrived. No yeah i mean. I don't know that anybody got interviews out of that dude because it was just a lot of like what the fuck do you think. I'm going to sue you right now. Thank you bring up that. Ed harris moment chris men. And here's fucking rules. Oh yeah rules too hard. And here's and i think also amy madigan his longtime partner possibly wife Also sitting in that moment not cheering on that turncoat. Absolutely great Steven spielberg on the phone. Like come on come on. he's easily kazan. No all right back up on. I'll i'll send robert. I'll send robert you know. There's there's a moment in this movie where you get a piece of like the firm's operation i guess probably more specifically like in bramley department that i wish maybe it's in the book but could have been expanded more on in this movie but i mean you can't expand anything. We're already at two hours and thirty five minutes. But the dude who's like listening in on the phone calls and the wiretapped house. Yeah because they do a whole thing. We're tom cruise. Like tells jeanne tripplehorn his plan and then she's like all right. Let's go inside and like do it do it for the audio recording. Do it for the wiretap and like the guy. Here's everything she's like. I'm going to go to my mother's she's been sick. She's having tasks some gonna go there. You get this guy who's listening. I don't even think you see his face but he just pixel phone call asher. She's leaving him. I want the dude like in the control. Room of the firm. Holy like the line failing sky but advanced. Yes exactly but i feel like there'd be a little too cute with this. They're talking out on the swing. Swing citizen wired for sound. I don't know that. here's the thing. Do the movie makes a really bogus move with regard to that and you just reminded me of it. Because i didn't make a note of it but you're right at the end of that scene when she's like. Let's go in and do it for for the tapes. They like hold on the swing set. And i believe there's even a little bit of like a zoom and i was like. Oh that's the movie telegraphing that the fucking phone is. The swing set has tapped also. But that's not. I don't hey knows just showing you the swing set which is swing set. Must be coming into play again in some way. Nope are. We're gonna have to swing. Share them yeah exactly. Put them on. The old swing. Said if you get my drift. God damn what. I don't i don't know you're talking about you. Know what i mean. The swings got we're doers. We're just wrap baroque around and neck. Until why wouldn't we just started going. We what we do a segment of the reported to nicotine again going gonna. I'm going to push them really fast. God damnit eventually he's going to go over. The top bard is going to become inside outboard. What we have here is a small pool of acid at the bottom of the slide and he just goes down and just goes in there and he did that. He's wait a second. Do none of you remember inside out. Boy i do not. I do not serve inside. Africa was a little short series. That they did. I wanna say it was on like abc. Saturday morning cartoons. Maybe it wasn't a colombian. But i wanna say abc. I don't remember. But it was. And i think also it was claymation and it was a little short series about a boy who was on swing set and he went so high and so fast that he looped around and literally inside out and he was inside. Sounds like vile anti propaganda. Yeah i'll be honest. It's a thing that was so ingrained in my brain. That whenever i walk marty in the park and we walk by the everytime has these wings that i fucking thinking that thing so hard that turned inside out. What doing a short happen. Look it up inside apple. A real thing does not matter but speaking playgrounds though gene hackman in the creepiest move the film. My god comes to ginger horn school to last days. Was reminding me of rushmore. Yes a little bit totally dude. There's also reminded me of bucket. Halloween when michael myers gene. Hackman has a line here that you should not be allowed to say within two miles of a playground. Because he goes up to jeanne tripplehorn and he just goes He's looking at the kids playing and he's like boys and girls together rehearsing for later in life. You cannot say that standing outside a playground you fuck and we should say that. He's aggressively hitting on her the entire movie. Like there's one of the funeral. Funerals are your i i would. I can't imagine you leaves you all alone and let me introduce myself. I'm every toler and my god. You're just won't quit either way. I'm a monster. I mean i don't know man you trying to get fucking sexy at a funeral. Get outta here. Also with your friend's wife your friends. Why up ally the dead to better. Also so you're gonna you're gonna convert on your friend's wife. Your friend is tom cruise. And you are gene. Hackman nineteen ninety-three. Okay it's outrageous the hubris of rich white. Yeah i guess that's what it is and he would go to the caymans. There's another ticket in it if you want in. Yeah dude it's fucking crazy and she's like yeah. I don't know about that you know. My mother has tests and everything. He's like well if those test turn out to be negative. Bring her along. I'll fuck mother plotting to have a dog a dog to bring your father. I'll fuck him. Bring brother fucking yard animals. Whatever floats your boat. I just wanna get close to you. I'll fuck anything in your house that moves. You gotta toast. It doesn't work. Get it working on this toaster. It's going to be like oh man which is totally going to be like shit Having trouble you know you wanna just go to go up the street to the bar. We'll talk about it. He want to go on a sex vacation with me. How about that. You jump right to sex vacation. The absolute worst part about it Is he is like well. you know. come down to the caymans. I could give you some marriage county. Yeah and then. She's like yeah. I don't know about that man. And he's like okay. that's cool. Maybe you could give me some marriage counseling. That would be by favorite piggott. The world is if this she she does end up going on vacation with them if he if they went at like the first boarding third there he just like okay. He started with like a notepad is stock about your batch lay back lay back a little get comfort. So where did you meet. Just how does he react to your father. It's very important. I just feel like communicating here. If you're not you know it's it's perfectly fine for him to want alone time just as it's perfectly fine for you to have alone and it sounds like you're little scared of being vulnerable with him. He's not right man. This movie would take the dollar turn so whatever it turns into this thing where she finds out the man is planning to not go scuba diving. Because there's a client coming in so the whole thing. The tom cruise and holly hunter's whole plan was riding on gene. Hackman was gonna take like a six hour scuba diving trip. At that time holly hunter was going to break into the room. Take all of these boxes of chicago. mafia documents. Photographs them All that stuff. Jeanne tripplehorn has information. Because tom cruise told her that part of the plan. She's like oh fuck. That's not going to happen now. I need to be the person who is distracting gene hackman. Because he's not going scuba diving so she goes down to the cayman islands. And i have to say it is quite read that in this movie with so many dudes big dick and all over the place that you get to women characters that have actual agency and are like helping out take down the bad guys like i was stunned that this movie allows to women do the instead of just leaving them as romantic interests for yes he and and tom cruise yeah. That's actually a weird thing. That's true of a lot of pollock movies. Like threes condor like dunaway. Has her own agency completely. That's true and the interpreters stars nicole kidman just thinking of to also. Meanwhile davis gets out of jail. I mean this is way too much to talk. But basically like they're like okay. We'll let him out of jail but we're going to keep him under wraps for sure she gives them the slip via elvis the pedophile driver. I mean that that whole sequence is great. It's a thing. Where like ed harris and anne and Mr law and order. Stephen whatever's now stephen hill. They you know classic federal agency. Fuck around You know he's like all right. Listen get out of jail and then you just follow for a bit. As soon as tom. Cruise gives us what we need. Just rearrest them and put them back in prison Tom cruise sort of like foreseen. All of that engineers is all thing we don't need to get into it. You're right. Steve is movies long enough. Episodes could be long. He gets out of jail which is also engineers all that money which is also like a weird thread that. I don't know if it's believable. Yeah i mean he demands. He demands a million dollars and then he's like well. You know you're fucking around. Or whatever. I i'm demanding out that it's a million and a half so he's i want one point. Five million seven fifty seven hundred fifty thousand dollars up front is the idea. He gets them the wire that too. Wouldn't you know it. Cayman islands bank account You're right eric. I was also a little dubious about this. I don't know how much the the government's throwing out money in that way. We love pissing out money in other ways but not so much for. Because that's pretty much like giving a hostage taker like the rain. A million five. Who are we bombing cooler. We bombing also. Why are we just killing the dog. It's literally between a million and a half dollars and killing the dog and say just do it. I don't know why we're arguing here. It is kinda crazy that that dog lives through the whole credibility. Do this dog who looks exactly like einstein from betas Was it the same actor. I don't know the movies are close enough together. That it's realistically dog could still be alive. Yeah perhaps let's keep talking. I'll try sosa. Would be a real transformation because i ne- has longer hair. Well i mean you know the you see you trim. That's what i'm saying is like you would have to take a whole new style. He was journey. Or i as well. He's just a good actor. I really respect the guy identity. Lewis type kind of of daniel day. Lewis dog daniel dog lewis day dog. But it's all great yup around the caymans and this is when she has to put the moves on gene hackman to get him out so that Heard holly hunter can get the files or whatever she slips him a mickey while he's that the buffet which looks like the third time using it. Yeah dude you are not wrong. I was like that's definitely at least not the first time you're going to that buffet. Man it is like you don't want anymore ham. I was gonna got. I got a ton of ham. Most of it's covered in pine. I got two words for you. A gaiter sausage gators sounds in the cayman islands. I don't know about that. It's in the book way that they do a whole like. It's a caribbean buffet. I just remember that. Oh is that right. oh interesting But it was great. Because i would like to think that like that is how gene hackman looks while attending a wedding that has a buffet like he was just so happy in that moment like yeah more ham more ham at that ham on their. He's got his dancing a lot. This movie bigalow gene hackman him do a hand ham like the guy in china syndrome. Found that big piece of hand just comes back to the table jeanne tripplehorn with the fuck fucking hand 'em i would love that man and now again i just i want ham so bad. I not finding the info on this slate dog named tiger and then part two and three a dog named freddy. The are not credited on the md. So it's very challenging to track down there other roles. Is there a dog. Imdb yet not yet should be fighting for it for almost a decade down in a previous episode. Said it'd be great to have a full animal. Imdb absolutely keep tracking manse. So you know whatever. She drugs him. They successfully photocopy all these files like over the course of the night like ginger born is running these boxes over holly hunter. They're doing the photocopying. she's running them back And hackman wakes up. They know that something's going on here. Now they call hackman that morning you know and they're like hey someone some lady friend that you're with we think fucked you over She's got like your keys in everything and like hackman knowing he's fucked over kind of like he's just like listen. Ginger bullhorn like yeah. They're all fucking scumbags they're trying to fuck you all over you know. And she's she says something like you know. What did they do to you. and pacman. has this great line where he's whatever they did. They did it a while ago. Which has it's just like. i'm fucking dead. Inside a darth vader redemption ark. It is kind of is and then he's act. He was tried to fuck his best friend's wife. I don't know the coolest dude. The room i'm not saying fuck and get away scot-free but like it is a he's like you know what fuck it. Fuck the firm. He does have affect the moment. And i mean they murdered him. 'cause you learn off camera that drown in the tub. Okay you know But it's as great moment i. It's back to back great moments because he has that line and then it cuts to bromley getting frustrated with his fax machine. Because it's out of paper bad have tried to use a is look because he yells at the. I told everybody that went the fax machines. You need a paper paper. Got the boy. There's a by the paper. Where is he. And then it's great. 'cause at some point doesn't matter when earlier in the film facts comes through and it's like hey. Btw his brother got out of jail at this time was not handcuffed. Just kind of walked away with some officers or whatever and you have grimly again. Another great line. He goes mcbarron yet. The god damned son of a bitch cut a deal and this is when like he kinda gets caught here. He's coming in to get one more document because there's so many fucking documents and he's he has to go to gene hackman's to get it and he gets it then they catch them all right. Well come on into the office. Let's have a chat. And this is what he just starts. He beats wilford grimly he. He sizes them up and realizes his one achilles heel. It's running and cody. He is out. Oh fuck You know gotta run. I would've jason voorhees this motherfucker. Run out of the building is hilarious because he runs down a few flights of stairs and then he goes to a window and some other dudes offices Can i help you take a chair. And he throws the chair through the window and so happens that there's pillow truck delivery pillow truck is a simpsons joe glycol on it's cotton though because one of the clients that one of the clients is like a cotton is right down the street. Do it's the dude that he goes that the guy who runs the cotton mill is the dude who makes him realize that the fucking everybody over on the bill jackman. Why don't we pay you in in how to do exactly god download. He's getting away a free copy. He wrote the cotton gone. Looks like he's going to dig a pretty sweet nap and that cotton truck got that. That's your that's cotton halbrook. Mata isn't without the blood on it. So this leads to you know cruise running around trying to dodge primly trying to dodge tobin bell to like some Like he's an art. I just have to like disappear for a couple hours. He goes to like some Walking tour of a fucking steamship like what do you call it there. Terry kinney's wife seasons. Hey hey bitch. And then she calls her kidneys mattress. Pretty route to me. I just saw him at the steamboat museum. And he snubbed me. He knew that he was going to die and he was like you know metering horn said. We're going to go to that. Fucking steamboat museum. Every fucking saturday. We wake up. We get branch like. Do you want to go to the steamboat museum. And one of us wouldn't wanna go. If i'm going to die today. I want to see what that fucking thing was all about. It's kind of hilarious because you did. You get a look at the people that are on this walking tour. Everyone is dressed just a little too formerly to be on the tour of a steamboat. Am like everyone like tom. Cruise is dressed like he works at a law firm. So is everybody else like down to the children. It's very bizarre. I was like. Is there a dress code for this boring ass. Walking should be at least one tweety bird t shirt in one of this. God damn right at your god. Damn i mean the tweety bird. T shirts were height cultural centers. Los angeles new york tennessee was still like nineteen fifty five. Oh sorry so get them. A danger mouse teaser. That'll just now getting the tweety bird merchant today. Okay so tobin bell spots tom. Cruise on this tramway fang the mud island monorail or whatever the fuck and so. This begins the slowest chase scene. You've ever seen. Because it's tom. Cruise on this little monorail just like farting along and tobin bell like running across this bridge after him but like the monorails going slowly and so is tobin bell tobin bell out runs of a monorail and this movie needs attention the nordic man this amazon series. This is what i what do early. Jack reacher exactly. Y- elevators and escalators shenanigans. Rather he fucking. There is a great thing where he sees dean. Norris una comes after him and tom cruise kicks him in the knee. Oh man it's green is limping norris needs to be on the don't he's gonna be riding the desktop murder factory for a little while you totally rennes. You need some other. Who'd limited come with utopian because manning the sniper rifle. He's not the wheel man a but it is fucking larry's. I was actually surprised that tom cruise even bothered to kick him in. The need to do is walk a little fast. I mean d- nor is really limping. And missing larry is like tom cruise. Cinema's greatest runner totally outrun this guy. Oh man it is just so great so like big chase scene yada yada we get into a building where bramley tobin beller you know closing and tom cruise in this basement and tom cruise sorta goes in this room where he sort of fucked. Because you can't really fit out the window tobin. Bell comes in and in one of the greatest moments of the will be. Maybe the greatest one one of the movie tobin bell picks up the briefcase that he's seen tom cruise with is holding himself up. Like you know between some pie possible here the sweat to give them away the whole thing. It's exactly the sweat dripped we linger on it a little bit. There's so much going on brim lease coming as well. It's it's it's really a really works nicely and like so the door that you know is separating. The room from the hallway is a door. Where there's like frosted glass over here. So grimly comes up and just sees the silhouette holding a briefcase and fires through this store and murders open bell. Maybe you want to check the prescription pal. Because what you're looking at eight feet tall and has jon. Bon jovi hair. Tom cruise to this grimly killed jigsaw. That is my head cannon. Man no definitely so fun game wilford and then all these needles of the message slim in it so you better start stabbing now game air jigsaw you you you think you're so god damn tough. Do you jigsaw. How about this god. Damnit this ain't the first time in my life. I'd had a bear trap around my neck doesn't want to insult he doesn't want to insolence us through our through our trades. He wants us to insulin. Ourselves draw which is actually never mind. Oh god damnit you think you're so smart. Put a bunch of gas coming into this house. All right i'll play your game. Jigs i'm gonna run rat through this wall of this fucking it cooling band got take tech ankle dude. You totally right chris. Wilford rivoli was there to carry away saws and we're playing a game. All right got babar. Star shoveled stump up thousand lost ted pow read the first sabbath liberal one ankle ten pounds foot. Maybe big feet yoga pick basketball and some bitch about diabetes. I had to do this eventually anyway. You know what god damn. I was in career you motherfucker. It's not the first time. I've been elbow deep shit. Bill thailand so then tom cruise. This is the end of the You're right. He was in the marines from nine hundred fifty three to nineteen fifty-six a rank of sorry. Bet your ass on the korean war man that night. Guess right guest right. yup then. Tom cruise drops down. Wilford bramley and what is personally my favorite part of the movie. Tom cruise kicks the living. Shit out of this guy does well. It's great in wikipedia. Watches yesterday one lung. So reread the the plots an obstacle restarted. It says they beat him to death. And i don't know about now i mean. He beats inch of his life. I didn't think he was dead in this scene but it was very nice seeing him getting getting kicked to show he. Is you know it's just like tom. Cruise with a bean bag on the floor with glasses on it and he scribbled startup bech. It's just so good. Goddamn it's is that what he calls him as a six guys like kicking so hard could barely hear what he's saying. Yeah it's it is exquisite. And also i mean the thing that really hammers it home because like yes. The kicking is great but he is just beating him with his brief cow. Yo definite at this. Oh my god this point. You're just hoping for robert deniro kicks you wish you had robert deniro kicks. These are rouce speed. Kicks with a fuck and goddamn briefcase coming down on your head yet. You know it's it's i'll take it. I'll take it. It's it's not as hilarious as robert deniro kicks. But it's hilarious in. Its own right. I mean and also in the pantheon of like old guys getting beat up. It's like fucking what l. a. confidential got good old man. It's just to watch a man in the prime of his life. Beat the shit out of a person and is really something man and mean like it's an old guy that deserved it in short. Of course you know whom. I think the other one we were talking about this In a previous jack jack lemmon schick jay. That's just another exquisite. Beat down so bramley out of the movie. Were kind of like towards the end of the year tom cruise literally just decides he's going to rush in and meet with the chicago. Mafia with is paul sorvino and and the other dude from Whenever them their brews fewer movies are doing this very jerry. Maguire ask tom cruzi. Monologue of like if i touch your money. It's no longer your money and he's like doing this this whole thing about like you know Basically that they've been overcharging them and he's not turned is pleased mafia. Do not kill me. You can kill anyone else but don't kill me because i've got the goods on you and i'm the only one that can keep you safe kind of a thing. Yeah he does a really good job of like hammering the point home of like. Hey so i was so concerned as your lawyer about this overbilling situation that i've looked through all the files because as your lawyer i'm very concerned it making sure i know everything you know and now i indeed know everything you know and can solve this overbilling problem but you know what i mean really lays it out. Just great like veiled way to convey can confide in the mafia like listen. I'm not gonna take you guys down. I'm not giving anything up about you. Internally client privilege will still stand. I just want to sink this law firm. We all know you and me go away from. This is not a big deal lead. How holbrook and everyone else take the heat. Look me how holbrook's gallbladder we'll call it. Even he does have steve germany. Where reference like a very jerry. Maguire sounding line. I hadn't even thought of until you said you're maguire but when he's like i am exactly ship carrying a cargo that will never reach porn. You know what i mean. And it's just like dude like that's the line like that you you managed to charm the mafia. Okay you know this dude. That paul servino is never met before. But okay And i mean and that's the scandal like they the mafia signs. You know whatever form that he needs them to sign you know. And and harris gets all the information they have a back and forth about like you had it all. Why did you go for this this this way. You don't own me. The mob doesn't own me. Nobody owes me right like bob dude. Did you guys catch during that whole scene like tom. Cruise is trying to pack his bags and harrison badgering him. It is some of the worst agr. I don't know if like they just couldn't decide on how the scene needed to sound or what dialogue needed to be in there but like so much of the scene. Is tom cruise. like clearly. talking into a microphone. Two months later in a room with completely different room tone than the rest of the audio you know and then they just dumped. It's really bad. Just didn't notice it all because i think at this point in the movie i was like fan and i was so checked point which is also totally understand. I just a quick thing. Spoilers trivia for this movie. By the way i am trivia. Really really important trivia at the end of the movie. When tom cruise's character the only spoiler trivia by the way this at the of the when. Tom cruise's character returns to his trashed house to confront the fbi. Agent played by egg hair at harris a lego set as the visible is visible on the floor. This is a nineteen ninety-two. Lego set number six three four six entitled shuttle luncheon crew. The set is worth when sealed around five hundred dollars. Us d. as of twenty hundred nineteen. What a spoiler shuttle launching crew also. Tom cruise plays a hero in this movie. He's played heroes in many movies. Minority mission possible one mission impossible to mission impossible. Three mr possible for mr. Mr possible fit his the thing though. Like yeah it's dumb but that's actually a bit of trivia. What i mean. It's not like in this scene. Tom cruise's driving a car in real life. Tom cruise also has a driver's lay. Here's one bar. Margo martindale plays a character named nina. She then again plays a character naming in the richest two thousand seven. That's the best one. Those are my favorite ones. Those are my favorite one is. You're fucking stupid that all you can all about because you're so fucking stupid. I love this. Shuttle launch and crew leg set. Looks pretty nice. Bank bills though dude. I don't know about that. Gotta kick into the patriots before i get that one. Yes i mean that's true can't be fucking throwing away. Five hundred dollars on stackable. You get used on ebay for sixty five dollars as of this recording. There's wow that's completely different one. Broken piece Well that's just suck this is what would you tr bronco. He sends their harrison's way gingerbread comes back. They kind of reconcile here she's like. Wow you really saved me. And she's a guy no will will work through this thing. I would be like is it not mafia but the firm's crew of black hats coming to this house any minute now to kill the two of you like. That's a great question does. That's that's my biggest beef with this whole thing is like you don't see the rest of them go down like is holbrooke like getting the news. You know like hackman is dead. Tobin bell is dead grimly question mark whatever but like there has to be other people. He's got dudes underneath. Even if they all get arrested they have contacts to kill you all over the all over the country. I'm sure yeah. They took they definitely take a kill. The leader the rest die thing they kill primly so therefore there's no more black -at's oh sure cabin was going to ask you. Oh 'cause like that makes me think summertimes obviously will put the same character and other books like did he ever use this character that tom cruise plays and other. I'd orioles believe so now. I don't think he because like yeah. He's definitely getting killed but he's got character of the ones. I am familiar with. At least they were all characters. Gotcha okay yeah yeah. I used to love reading a mystery. Murder mystery novels by margaret truman. She she would sometimes use the same. There was like a couple characters that she had written and like use them in several books. So i was curious if grisham ever did that with this guy because like yes. Steve like the heat is still highly. You can feed fucking move back to boston which also bad move there like going back to go anywhere else like the definitely the two places. You cannot live our boston and memphis tennessee. Like christian was like law crichton like he just did all these big things that were immediately optioned to terminate movies as compared to like somebody like james patterson who was actually doing like. That's like alex cross's in every one of those books. Yeah oh yeah. that's yeah. alex. Kroll thomas clancy. Yes apparently the time. When this movie was released. Michael crichton end John grisham combined for the top six Bestsellers of a you know at the new york times and the each one two three four five six the two of them. Oh really fucking shit on fire baby with burke. Now that a movie. I would like fucking feud between them. Oh yeah it's called bad books. Students called andrew takes a hell of a good. Oh yeah just at a bar like all right. We're gonna go home each to write a book tonight. And then every afternoon rod faster than me. Jonathan grisham and stephen king comes. And he's like ma'am aside by the keller is lists danielle steele fucking breaks in through the ceiling. Above like hang on a second fell this afternoon today. We have written half an episode of celebrity death match mason show from late nineties on. Mtv every issue be like the end of summer slam. All the fucking michael chaban should be in their eighties smith these days get her in there now all right now. We're being rude. I don't even know those last two. You're talking to michael chabad. Oh thought there was another brady before the last person. Oh who's she she's. She's claimed author that never wrote the firm. Yeah kevin the through line was like airport the last one she put i. I'm not gonna argue about it but yeah we'll talk. Yeah but so this two hour and thirty five minute movie that me close to five hours to watch today. That's the end of it with anybody. Recommend the firm. Start with steve. Sadek esquire i will Because i have recommended it last year it wouldn't have recommended it last night because to close but i do think this is a godfather of hangover. Movie it. Just it's not really a dad for noon because not so daddy. It is very like It's hangover e because we're just taking forever to do anything this man rent fucking car this movie and honestly great performances from holly hunter. Tom cruise and mr wolf. Britney's excellent in the so absolutely Chris cabinet escort. Be a really bad hangover. Because you can't like want to. There has to be impulse that you're going to enjoy it falsely for a little bit. You're going to go to the bathroom and like either you know shit or vomit At some point one or the other or both at the same time. If you're really at. I've done that before by the way so. Vh too much movie they needed. Fuck and forty five minutes out of this. At least i will say the acting is top to bottom great. Everybody's bringing their game even fuck borough. How hobart with his three scenes. Yeah i mean. I think that's kind of it. I don't think it's politics best movie by any standing. But it's it's good. It's totally totally Eric cisco esquire. I'm not to repeat everything guys have said so far. I do agree with them. I do think this is a recommend. But it's like if you got like a sleepy rainy day and you just wanna like tune the fuck out and watch loss stuff with brindley crime stuff. I can honestly you could do worse. So i it is recommend from me. Yeah i'd recommend it. I think to chris's point about the hangover movie. The other thing about a hangover movie. That i think is a and this movie could be used as a hangover movie. I think for sure but it's not a perfect hangover movie just because like what you want a hangover movie is chris. Like you said if you're fallen asleep or if you have to go up to use the restroom or whatever and you don't pause it you wanna be able to just wake up or come back to the television whatever and you can still follow it. I feel like if you lost parts of this movie. It's like wait a minute. Why does he need her to sign that piece of paper. Who's that guy you know like. Oh fuck dot guys in this movie all of a sudden you know what i mean like. So there's there's too much at stake but if you don't care about following it if you haven't seen it and you already are listening to this like you know what happens because it does have like. It's got a perfect sort of like threat level for a hangover movie like harry. But it's not too crazy. It's not like you're watching. A michael bay movie like the action and the hairiness like is not that you know the score. Is your garbage asked piano thing. So that's not going to bother anybody. Well so i think you could use it as a hangover movie you just. If you haven't seen it already in your i go while you're hung over. You might have to give credit this the end. This movie did amazing. It was the fourth highest of the year. I think whenever it came out this really did make lawyer thrillers in the nineties. Like the big thing. Well this released in july. Could you imagine next fucking or do you wanna see the avengers or the firm. You know what i mean. Firm the firm. Well yeah. you're right. Those steve like this movie would be squarely in they. They might try to do like a holiday season for it now and maybe garner some awards and it's it's great that holly under was nominated for a movie that came out in july. That doesn't super happen a lot But yeah or be like a nice quiet like late. February early march release. You know while you go to the movies like right when it's just like kinda cold outside. We should have like saved this for the summer. Blockbuster extravaganza i mean. Yeah what an action packed thing I will say a great at sydney pollack movie and i was looking through his directorial. Credit totally did not know that he directed his it's based on a screenplay by paul schrader with robert mitchum. Did you guys ever see that movie this. This sounds familiar. What your resume it. So it's seventy four. It's a movie. Where robert mitchum is like a pi who goes to japan. 'cause like it's kind of like taken like a buddies friend gets kidnapped by the yakuza and robert mitchum has to go to japan to rescue are. Okay i don't think. I don't think that sounds quite entites. It's a fucking totally solid movie. I'll just put it out there For sydney pollack heads in the in the in the crowd of kids. We'll have him in my lateness. produce way. i was here for kevin pollack. I'm leaving more of a Cod person myself. Oh there it is. That is the firm From the grand year of nineteen ninety-three directed by the lake. Great sydney pollack. If you would like more we hit movies of course checkout patriot. Dot com slash. We hate movies where you can continue the brims giving fun if you have not yet check out. Our we love movies episode on the china syndrome which is a great great movie with a lot of fun with that episode And then the brims giving love you. It really went out across a lot of the patriots. Sideshows away Because eric over on the glebe glossaries old. What's her face. The little girl from e walks battle van door which was fun like retread of episodes. We did in twenty eleven. And we talk about you. Know the legacy of those movies and the legacy of this bud goes through also on the glossary. But i want to remind folks. We're we're recapping the mandalorian every single episode. We are turning around. And make an podcast for you. That'll be out every week. Probably by monday maybe sooner you lucky but definitely check out the mandalorian half hour on our pay and the burnley stuff is going all through in the nexus. We're doing an episode that features chairs which he loved animation damnation. We are doing. We did an episode of e walks the cartoon because it also kinda ties in with the whole e. walks battle of indoor exactly right And as always here on weei. Hey movies were sad to see Brims giving go away but you know it's great we are headed into what looks like december. It's our december swonk. Yeah the sweeps not exactly. It's we love movies month. we're bringing it back. And steve saint. It's a fucking stacked month man so we can't give it all the way all the way up front. But what are we talking about specifically next tuesday here on the free just a an oldie but a goodie citizen kane That is right that's Which will i'm fucking palm. I have to say. I love this movie. Chelsea's never seen it before so it's gonna be a great watch in our house and i'm excited that it is going to be now taking the mantle taking up the mantle of the oldest movie that we will have talked about on the show replacing the conqueror which was episode like fifty. Something that might be time. That might be an our patriot archive at this point and you might hear us do a little on that episode. Since around the time my to spank yeah look where Coming up next after the break. It's manque off. He's he's Kind of a pudgy ass hall. Who's maybe writing screenplays. Maybe not mang. 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... And Chill! on Siren Radio: Episode 51 - Special Guest Lynz Crichton

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... And Chill! on Siren Radio: Episode 51 - Special Guest Lynz Crichton

"Hi It's Jamie progressive's number one number two employee leave a message at the Hey Jamie. It's me Jaime this. Is Your daily Pep Talk. I know it's been rough going ever since people found out about your acapella group mad harmony but you will bounce back. I mean you're the guy always helping people find coverage options with the name your price tool. It should be you giving me the pep talk now. Get out there hit that high note and take mad harmony all the way to nationals this year sorry it was pitchy Progressive Casualty Insurance Company and Affiliates Pricing Coverage Match Limited by State Law Theo seven point three. You're listening to siren radio. It's ten o'clock on your Monday evening. Muslims Valentine means. He's not time of the week again. It's time to sit back relax and chill of going to wonderful guest in the studio with me tonight but I'll introduce Russ after this this is lionhearted and then to Bozu say fail <hes> who to and how was done if you tell me here sign even if it takes uh <music> who how will assign to and if you do to me <music> the <hes> uh the <music> <music> <music>. You're listening to siren radio. It's just gone ten o'clock on your Monday evening. Thing was sitting back relaxing and chilling out celebrating. The fact that you'll Monday is almost over and choose day is on its way. I've been since five twenty this morning and I'm taking it through it. Till midnight birt's thankfully for my sleep. At least I'm not alone for the next fifty five minutes. Also I'm going to be joined by the wonderful local artist Lynn's CRICHTON and she's here in the studio with me now Lynne's. How're you doing really well? Thank you very much. Thank you for having me. It's a pleasure to have you in the studio and I said look lots. You have all the way from nauseam this evening. Yeah I sneaked over the border. I hope that's okay. Nobody's GonNa like arrest me when I try and escape or something I'm sure the Lincoln locals will take you as one of their sweet so so for people who may have not heard of you. You've got a huge social media following. I'VE GOT IT MED <hes> for people who may not have heard of crowded. Give us your wikipedia page. Oh my gosh my wikipedia. I that's great. I question what what would be on my wikipedia page so yes. I'm Lynn's I am based in Nottinghamshire. I'm sure I'm I'm kind of indie folk musician. <hes> obviously right my own tunes I write songs for other people as well and I have my beloved Crichton clan following me and the type of music that I right so I'm super lucky I love that. I'm one of your social media pages. There's a bio fear that reads and I'm GonNa read it word for if Ed Sheeran Katie ton still came round for Sunday lunch and they shared recipes it would sound like sprinkle on some Lily Allen style cheeky lyrics and harmonies and Larry till up with a loop Lupu pedal boom. You've got Lynn's crisis and music. I totally stand by that. I think that's a great great description. I love it yeah. I'm I'm a huge fan of Katie tunstall just her sassine us the rocky edge bit. That's the bit of her that I love obviously cheer in his cool 'cause he has guitar in place June's and rights awesome song lyrics. The Lily Allen thing is the little bit of ood the the waspish humor sometimes that comes through lyrics and I love that when I you know I do that often if somebody asks me to write a song personally song them a lot of the time there they found me through. I don't know a facebook video or something like that and they found a particular bit of a lyric or something that they've resonated waited with or connected with whatever and eight that human element that they like. I think so that's why like those artists and why there's what yeah whenever I write songs I try and have a mishmash of that in what I right and we're going talk more about your songwriting and everything to do with Lind Lynn's Crichton the performer as the show goes on but I think it's time that we have the listener a little bit of a tester of what you're all about so what's your first song this evening so the first song is called back together and it is literally a brilliant song to start with because it is where it all started for me musically that it's the first song that I wrote when I decided to professionally get back into music <hes> <hes> and it's the song that I would probably say so far most of my following listen to it's been the most successful on on social thousand on first because some thirty thousand views the music video are allowed to tell you about that later but that was a real cool thing to to do to shoot that music video so special but yeah this is a song together where we're going to take a listen now. If you want to get into it with the show give limbs of you know shout out. Say How will your enjoying hopefully episode you can get in touch with as audible seven nine seven eight hundred seven one six. That's audible seven nine seven eight hundred seven one six. That's the number to text in on at Siren F._M.. On Twitter Siren Radio Radio One zero seven three on facebook or go to our website silent online docker dot U._k.. Lynn's CRICHTON is live on Siren Radio with bank together <music> win in false and the stars realize vagus hold you in my mom's Buddha be lemme drake hugh. You'll make up of coffee. The church tells me in my <hes> I brew <unk>. I value is maxed out. You pull me back together. I danced the tie you on me back to this Jason. Can you hear me <hes> voice is impossible for the so fail overwhelmed by the always think you never miss one <music>. Love is four always send your way. I brew ooh. I maxed me backed. I danced financed the side you give <music> Siren radio weather music. You love lives. He'll listening to siren radio at that was that Lynn's Crichton with her first son of the evening back together continuing on now with Kitty tone still hold on in a shiny searching the alright hero but I think you know that just zero fire burning question. There is the light suicide Eh. You'll see you get ready. Go ahead young so the names thousand Sir uh-huh <music> <music> Teton still hold on you're listening to siren radio my name's Valentine. I've got Lynn's Crichton in the studio with me all the way from Nottingham. You found a new home here in Lincoln this evening. I am very comfortable here in my chair I am enjoying myself. We would earlier off air about the fact that I was telling you about. How Lincoln's music scene is thriving? Would Lincoln City that you would be interested in informing in one day. Gosh rush totally I would love to I. I have been to Lincoln only once before I am ashamed to say it was with my husband on a lovely weekend break. I was genuinely blown away by how gorgeous is here. How friendly the people are aw like I mean look? I only live over the border but I mean it's so nice to come away and have a lovely historic place to come into chill APP the weekend I would definitely come for the music stuff as well and we'll go the Christmas market this weekend so you'll after you know Jay back over that I hear it super busy though yes very before I get into all of that limbs. Let's talk about. Let's talk about you and when you I decided offers realized that you were performed because you were a euro teacher was in my in my previous life yes so I was a second schoolteacher for about only go for ten years. I think I taught languages French German Italian Spanish. Can you believe yeah and I loved it but I kind of always knew that it wasn't my absolute calling and I was I've always been musical but I never thought that I could make a career of it because I've always been told you know unless you get found when you seventeen eighteen it's kind of all over at rover and so I started a music I call it the wrong side of thirty some would say that's the right side of thirty but anyway <hes> and yeah I I was told don't write about family. Don't write about being a mother. Nobody wants to listen to that will actually the next song that I'm going to play for you is called a small things and it is very essence of who I am telling the gatekeepers you know I'll do it. My Way and this is from your latest EP Hashtag. We met this it is and if people WANNA find out more about that welcome the head over to my website Lynn's CRICHTON dot com so that L. Y.. N. C. R. I. C. H.. T. O. and there is a C.. Hate in the middle of CRICHTON. I feel like I have to spell it out for people every time just because it's Celtic tomfoolery spelling but head over to the website popular email address in I will send are you an exclusive digital bundle with a new song lyrics a picture of my face. If you really want want and ringtone of the song I just played for you back together as well and you can join in on the next CRICHTON CLAN EP project which is starting in January awesome stuff now. Let's hear this next song when the small things live on siren radio this is Lind's CRICHTON <music> he movies possess the end the Oven Ninja wrong <music> <music> food stabs and I remember how did I not notice and now how the Super Cal Fragile Listrik. I'm only goes lease now. 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Muslims kyw Valentine and it's just gone with nearly half past ten on yield shoe Monday evening Tuesday. Hey I'm throwing the week away already. I've still got list Crichton in the studio and Linens crisis say the listening to and chill. We are getting ready to go live on facebook as well L.. So if you WANNA go to our facebook page sorry Radio One. Oh seven three all you know tune in after the fact that you can watch video of the next performance the next you're going to perform lens is it's called the circus us the circus and there's something very special about this track as it was released today Israelis this morning so yeah super exciting. This is actually a song is kind of a sound track to a book that was also released today as well hidden colors so a friend of mine is an author and she this is her second book and when I read the first book called all the tomorrow's there's a bit the back of the I was blown blown away by the story of the first book to be fair but at the back of that book there is like the little bit of blurb for the next book and I read through and I just thought gosh all this imagery coming to mind about refugees and <hes> the crisis that we had a few years ago and the image of the boy that washed up on shore <hes> and we've had some more of it in the last week as well so it's actually quite timely really but <hes> yeah I just thought I'll Colorado Song about this and I sent it to my friend and she was like Oh my gosh. That's going to be perfect soundtrack to the book so they've been released at the same day together kind of together so people can listen to the song wally start reading the first chapter or just listen to the song that's fine line too fast incredible and this music song can be found. It's on my band camp site so if you just Google Linda CRICHTON. I'm pretty sure it'll come up. The song's called the circus but it's on my band camp store as well. Let's take a listen. Listen Lind's Chrysler with circus. It was released today. You're listening to siren radio. WHO's quiet on on the streets of Berlin Silhouette is waiting for the crown? It's come back again. Lighting climbing. I the means of tripped out <hes> nobody knows is trembling guys in the Duh <hes> win the Kellogg strikes the seven the crew beds spring is they don't consider there hold on the juvenile when the circus comes <hes> <hes> circus come bombs <hes> <hes> <hes> their home this the live bowed ceiling tread Uber's C.. They escape in the home full of war and urgency the Northstar. So KAMBAS UMBRELLA MOM is through few judge way you wound and Nyum to be the sued win. The clock strikes in seven the the <hes> group at Spring Ins why they don't consider their hair Jovan when the circus scum zoo <music> when come winless circus win this K- come to cercas comes when the circus comes to route siren one seven point three circus by Lynn's CRICHTON. It's out today today. Go to headband campaign for more INFO on that but we're continuing now. Linda is going to be with us for one final. Sung up next it's either cassidy and Kathy Sung stay tuned to Siren radio you do <music> soft. <music> distracted my thoughts <music> and watch the drop so <hes> we we hey there before the grace <music> Uh Kathy Song Eva Cassidy. You're listening to Siren Siren radio. I've still got Lynn's Crichton in the studio with me. Enjoy new time on the show surfer. I'm having a lovely time. I hope the listeners are having a nice time to. I hope you're listening to siren. Sira radio. Monday was Valentine. This is an chill. If you're a first time listener maybe a fan of Lindsey I mean you've got twenty three thousand followers on twitter. Have you been stalking male. I call it research yeah yeah. They're all Kylo. I worked very hard on twitter. I enjoy being on twitter because I can. I can have like that direct connection with people <hes> which I can't do quite as easily on facebook and instagram and stuff. I mean Nike can but I I like having aric conversations about music with the twitter followers and stuff so yeah it's been it's been growing pace. It's been it's been good. That's what my Crichton clan resides generally and one thing that I found and really interested about us that you right bespoke songs for for fans vehicles of people who did how did that come about how did that come about to be honest. I think somebody asked me to write a song for them. In the I generally silly silly question yeah I haven't really considered it before and then yeah I'd start well the solemn about to play for you as well is kind kind of a personalized song the person of written it doesn't actually knew that I've done it yet but <hes> but generally people yeah they they seek me out and say look. I'm getting married. <hes> and I wanted to song written about our story something to walk down the aisle L. to or our first dance of written songs for an only a couple of weeks ago. I had somebody facebook message me saying it's really sad. My grandpa has just passed away. His funeral is on such and such a date but I've just seen your video on facebook. Can you write a song for my GRANDPA. That's like that. A bit is going to be happy song. We don't want it to be sad you when it's be a bit tongue in cheek and I said of course I'll send you my inspiration form which is a load of questions that people can answer to help me to write the song for them so it's about memories of that person and what they meant to them and the next minute she said no don't worry thought about it already. My phone started going Ping Ping Ping Ping with all these messages of your memories that she had so the song image wrote itself but yeah I write songs for all sorts of different reasons and whatever but it's one of the things I absolutely love doing nice. It's my happy place. That's really cool now. You released your <hes> your first EP sorry your second EP Hashtag. We made if this earlier this year and it was really successful. You know you got your your CRICHTON. Clan involved in the process of pointing altogether and that's what you want to do for your next ep yes so whoa I stand for as proudly independent artists. Is this direct musician. I don't like calling them fans because it sounds like it's not it's equal to me. Everybody is a friend of mine that likes my music and I want to have this direct contact with them. So whenever I write about a body of work or Bank of songs I generally know what we did last time as I emailed a rough video demo of each song Po Week to the crying clan on and at the end of sort of ten weeks ten songs or something and then they went and voted on the ones that they like best and those are the ones that we put onto the EP and so I'm starting another project in January. I don't know what we're going to call it yet. What the crying inclement decide I guess so I've written again another bank of songs and each week starting from the first week in January? I'm going to be sending out a video demo of the songs and at the end of six weeks ten weeks long it takes the CRICHTON clem again have a bunk of songs the vote on it they vote on the artwork that goes on vote on what it's called <hes> they can even say look i. I really think you should write a song about this because this is going on a lot in the world right now and nothing young people need to hear it whatever is so yeah I try trying get client Glenn involved as much as possible cool and the final song that you're GonNa play for us this evening is the final song is called extra time and what's what was the background for the right so this so much just gone. I had some friends round and we got chatting. There's two ladies who actually worked for the N._H._S.. So this song is kind of a shoutout anybody who works for the N._H._S.. Anybody who's in healthcare anybody who saves our Bacon every day okay the week and we sometimes take for granted him shouldn't. She told me if a story when she was training to be a medic she was going to catch a train from Edinburgh station Monday to go meet her husband for the weekend or husband be they we went married then and unfortunately when she got to the station she saw a man on the platform and he was having a cardiac arrest and in the nanosecond where she run over to help him. She realized that there were tons of people stepping over him to get to the train so she gave him C._p._r.. Cool the ambulance and she even got into the ambulance and took him to hospital just to make sure that he was okay and then you know she went offer her weekend and on the way back to go studying at university. She went back to the hospital just to double. Check US okay. 'cause you know when people are in healthcare. They want to check their patients. You're okay right so she went into the hospital and the family was around the bed. Thankfully the guy was in recovery. He was okay he made a great great recovery and later the became friends and she later invited this man to her wedding and as a gift Ho I'm getting almost year a gift the gift he gave her. The wedding was a watch and inscribed on the back of the what she said. Thanks for giving me extra time so I thought after right song but that so did so it's going to be one of the songs that's on the well. It's going to be in the vote for the next EP so <hes> yeah. This is called extra timing us where he came from incredible story. Let's hear it extra time violins CRICHTON. You're listening to Siren Radio <music> <music> the full day back when packed in Somma Lip Switzer him Lou. You still don't dare to think what I have done. Thou- people rush instep ovum. I'm me they all had somewhere else to be stopped too. Busy life and became mice by Genn got to seem had pre she. He won four <music> <unk> to remind do you you did by saving this live of mine. You Me Straw <music> now wedding dress day. 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It's coming up to eleven o'clock beheading Sky News Center but don't worry I'll be back after the news taking you up to midnight. Celebrating the fact the Mondays almost over and Tuesday is on its way and he's been fantastic in Linz Crichton in the studio with me this evening for the first hour of the show. Have you enjoyed your time on the show. I've had such time. Thank you so much to you and Siren F._M.. And all the listeners for having me. I hope you have been entertained a call believe where I was not really an hour. I is bunkers. I believe either we've not even scratched the surface of the songs. We've got exactly what I was about to say which means that will definitely going to have to have you back on the New Year sometime to talk some more and more songs and we'll saying about maybe playing a few more of the personalized ones that would be superfund. I'd love to share some of those. Where can people find out more about you you new song out today? Yes new song today so the new song is only available on the back on my band camp store so if you go to band camp I don't know if people particularly after I favor this but van Camp Dot com type in my name Linda Crichton and all of my releases will come up but if you struggle in you can just go straight to my website which is easier Lynn's CRICHTON DOT com and it has got my merchandise store on there is the we made this song releases. You can have a physical CDs digital downloads and you can also join the CRICHTON Klein. I want people as many people as possible to join in the CRICHTON plan because we're starting the next EP project in January and I want people all to get involved with the music that we make want people to tell me what they like what they dislike vote on things. It's going to be fun. GET INVOLVED LYNN'S CRICHTON DOT com. That's the place to go. You're listening to radio. Thank you very much for joining me tonight. Ladies Find US on facebook. Just says the Siren Radio Lincoln. You're listening to and chill. We're getting closer to that midnights our but I'll be with you for another hour or so. This is Joni Mitchell both sides now. I'll see you after the news just after eleven o'clock Rousson flu and Ice Cream Castle you look at clouds that we know in the rain and snow on everyone so many I would've done but cloud guardian take a look at from such still the S- cloud I recall a really in June and fairies the dude dancing way. Do you deserve retail comes of looked love but now it's just shoe and you leave. 'em Lab then of you know. Let me give you love from both sides. mcgibbon still loves you really don't really don't aw views and feeling to to say how the view the Masukus crown of life <music> friends. They're acting streep then the shape their heads and they tell him that I'm <music>. We'll some lost. somethings hello and still lives. Who are come really doing <music>? 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There's something about you ziff though whole world who's watching not students with you drive by ways and bowels either with <music> the only truth thing comes back still make me when you walk in the butterflies they come out avenue next to you know the only true faith thing goes back in the thinkers facts. Tony hit Mondays the weekend deserve and you have another stressful week ahead well. Unfortunately we can't change this but what we can do is give you a top cleanse evening at entertainment and choose to wind so join me kyw Valentine and a musical guests from the local area every Monday from ten pm until midnight on Siren Radio as we sit back relax and siren radio fresh sound Lincoln and online mobile this is Siren Radio Lincoln Siren Radio Siren Radio Fresh Sound Lincoln listening to an chill just going eleven o'clock on Monday evening. Russia need some sleep play the track <music> child counting sheep <music> but there's one man <music> Scott Tomlin put round got it yeah aw feels like deals from Shrek two is becoming a little bit of a theme song or running theme him for the show. You're listening to and she'll siren radio. I was a weight this morning at twenty past five for work. That's one of the things about community radio is we're. We're over. Let's here's here at Siren and that means that we were this around. What will you know let's call the real world jumps and that does need? I get up at twenty past five for retail job during Christmas market week but I'll tell you linka lovely. I really looking forward to Christmas bucket out of show. You are too in all seriousness. It is going to be really busy week for everyone here. In Lincoln the Christmas market styles on Thursday until Sunday Sunday at another many places will be open late on our I works open 'til later and they just bring a great atmosphere to the town. It's our chance to show the tourists of Lincoln. What what are beautiful? All city is all about so. Let's not dream that the week is over quite yet but we will dream that the that the night is over very soon because as much as you all love here my <hes> my soothing turns turns you fall asleep up nearly ready for bed some pretty show you will we will be too but of next is crowded house. Don't dream it's over. Stay tuned to Siren Radio. This is an absolute classic. Nothing this guess enough appreciation with freedom the C._D._N.. ooh traveling Ah uh-huh Oberle <music> <music> <music> Tall Billy Claire Ah <music> the jury mid Sova by crowded house nine minutes fast eleven on your Monday evening and one couple from from just outside of Peter. I believe that dream dreamt that it was over time gamma words out. This evening was a couple from just outside of Patriot as I say they were on holiday in New York earlier this week. All the men newspapers have picked up the story as a man got down on his knee on one nation. I should've say not to propose to his long-term girlfriend and then mini that moments after she said yes he went and dropped the engagement ring down adrain in the New York Times Square how I couldn't imagine a worse fairly you're going from the best moment in your life to possibly possibly the worst. You'd never know they could have had a decent life. <hes> you know I've never see this again and the story goes and the reason the reason why we're give myself of course because he does have a happy ending in us because <hes> N._y._p._d.. The New York Police Department got. They saw this on the S._e._C. T._v.. I'm not sure how this works but I feel a little bit big brother. Ask about it. All they saw this moment happened on the S._e._C. T._v.. They saw the couple drop the engagement rig get very upset about house it and then realized that they can't get back because they can't get into the drain and they couldn't reach it and they gave up and they went home and they wipe p._d.. Got Down to the seed ad they rescued the ring. They cleaned it up and they started that'd a viral twitter campaid had that took place all of this week of the trying to find the man and woman and it turns out. They were all the way from the U._K.. <hes> the clean dope and they got in touch with them via social media <hes> all their friends was seen it because let's face it. There's not many couples from the U._K.. Who are in New York last week and dropped an engagement ring down? The drain was there but they got in touch. They got their ring back and yeah happily ever after Sir a as crowded house say don't dream yourself your big to siren radio. I'm taking you up to midnight with some relaxing tunes and last week I asked you all to request Awesome Songs for Off Fiftieth episode of the show and <hes> we got so many requests in that we couldn't quite fit them all in as a few of Florida onto this week and rob from Lincoln got in touch and said that he likes likes to chill out anything by fleetwood MAC so this you rub man of the world you're listening to Siren Radio <music> <music> Charlotte <music> <music> the main they say man I could do <music> <music> <music> fleetwood Mac men in the world. Try that I've never really come across before but I really enjoyed. You're listening to siren. Radio got relaxing jeans taking up to that midnight hour Muslims Valentine wherever you are in Lincoln right now our or across the world listening shoot in or radio player APPs hope. You're having a wonderful evening just gone quarter. Past Eleven. Hopefully not had that of a day. I mean I've had a long day. I was in work at twenty five off which I will keep saying that were 'cause. I'm putting across the fact that that's why my words getting all jumbled up. I did go home and have an APP and that's something that I'm trying to do now more when it comes to you know doing these leg shifts here at Siren is I'm going yeah. Let's go and have a nap for an hour but I find really find really hard to like sell down and one thing today was when I got into bed at about a half three this afternoon for a little bit of a snooze. I thought to myself in a war. I'm nor even that tired. I could could do this without afternoon nap. I don't need sleep. I don't need to do that and then I thought I will out false myself to have a sleep. I'll be like my mom when I was six years old and we're on holiday and we'll see fill the clown in Beni any dome kyw. You need to go home and get you sleep elsewhere if you don't have you nap then you're not going to tonight C.. Fill the clown yourself right. I'll do it. I'll do it went to sleep and then a work and I was even more tired when I woke up so I feel like the nap did worse for me but then I went and had a shower and we'll give you too many details but after the shower I felt much better a lot more refreshed bitter cold water on your head and <hes> yeah jobs are good before again anymore Yorkshire from it. Let's carry on with the show you're listening to Cyrus radio and this band were reunited this weekend at the X. X.. Factor finals is done other than take that when we were young is a melody from Medley Schiller say from one of my favorite albums and I'll talk more about it. After this Chew Gates Bologne Walk Moulids just try to make of so the rose your eyes don't chew strive to say through your woods world's Lynn scale sauce excel <music> <music> to sue in the deputies other video way Rosanno say I asked to be sent his lucy snow so so not show the voice sweet boy. She's Yeah mm-hmm. It won't lose my just won't for you. We don't to cry his Momma it sure but some J. Sue Jamie that was the when we were young. Medley from tech pats the progress live album which I believe was recorded at one of their shows Manchester probably on the two thousand ten tour. I believe and the reason why pled that I'm why said that that was one of my I think I've told the store on the show before but he's been was because I got given that album by few my friends in two thousand ten so we're talking eight years ago. Old would live in fourteen forty. I can't do maths at least fourteen years old for Christmas. That was my Christmas present from feel. My friends was the that progress live album because they thought they were funny because they thought he likes that he he'll be really really embarrassed that we will take that album. No I played it nonstop on on my xbox three sixty three speakers immi bedroom fake for years and years and I've still got the album now now now more of a stream and all listen online and stuff but you know every so often. I'll about C._D.. Open because he was just a great I I knew all the go to a point where now this is where I get my lame side. How you go to a point where I I was listening and I would I would I would listen to and I would know the words to all the songs but I would also all their ad libs because of a live album was recorded at Manchester arena so I I knew all their little little speeches inbetween? I wouldn't like recite them off by heart but I would. I'd Choi In imparts and before I get anymore carried away myself. Let's carry on with tonight show. It's twenty three minutes past eleven on your Monday evening thing the reason why pled not that track as because they reunited with Robbie Williams at at the ex Pfizer life finals over the weekend now I have not been following the the whole series of X. Factor. You're hoping popping in and out since the audition phase but he seems like the final was more successful than last year because if we're going by T._V.. Ratings I think he got five and a half million viewers which is a long cry. I from two thousand ten show say when mcardle one because that was seventeen point five million a year that one direction came third seventeen point five million tuned in for the life life final. We've got five point five million for the final this year which was half a million more than last year series and it seems like the fine because for years what's happened is the X.. Factor released their <hes> the the winner releases their song straight away after after the after the finalist completes and for years. It's been a cover and it's one that's been trying to fight for that Christmas number one last steer it was an original but it will the year before last year was original sorry but it was a Christmas song and then the last two years it's been the song that they traditionally sing with breath a special guest which has been released as a single and I think that is working better because it gives it gives the artists that little leg-up which they x-factor doesn't have any more in my opinion anyway you know we we looked looks back to the days of the time when an x factor finalist was guaranteed to get number one in the past that is not the case anymore so if you put them with an established name with a great track I think that can that could be something really really a special and that is what they song is to me. I heard it for the first time obviously during the life finals of X. Factors you as you all did what I I had it last night atch low street. I was looking through Youtube. I'm going to check check out what what the final of X. Factor was really like and they song is one of the best covers this. The I've ever heard is is one of my favorite songs anyway so let's take a listen the winner of X. Factor Two thousand Eighteen Dalton Harris and as brand new single which looks like he's going to be topping the charts this week featuring James Arthur this is the power of love <music> trees. Keep I darkness so yeah <music> flame with terms of to sue you keep those chips put so uh-huh <music> <music> time only Tricia. <music> in two thousand was an eighteen winner Tilton Harris and James Arthur there with the power of love follow silent on twitter and Siren F._M.. I WanNa keep things going. I got a nice little instrumental for less. Come Hump things down a little bit with the two thousand ten third place expect finalists well. I rendition of their song anyway. This is the piano guys with one directions. What makes you beautiful <music> <music> uh-huh <music> <music> <music> <music> uh-huh <music> <music> uh thanks useful piano guys rendition of the hit from one one die or action? You're listening to siren radio. My Name's Karl Valentine am taking midnights here on your Monday evening chill-out show what we do what he says on the tune. This is an chill was celebrating the fact that Monday's almost over and choose days on its way and anomaly say that hopefully the rest of the week we nice bright for you but for anyone out there working in retail for the rest of the week it is Christmas market big swells goes you get a love all service covenant. It will be fun the Christmas market yes. It's going to be busy. Yes it's going to be hard work people ourself but it's going to be one of those atmospheres when you were way when you get up there and you see you all the Christmas lights seats. It's the start of the Christmas season yeah. No people have been celebrate any since like mid-november even earlier but you know Christmas is here and <hes> that's going to be the case here on Siren from next one day and chill will have the start of festive season. Shall we say with a lot of relaxing chill-out tunes to take up to Ulta Christmas Day because awesome. I'm thinking about the the days of the week is next week is the let me get McCann Linda next week as the tenth of December. We've got the seventeenth and then the twenty four so with three eweek away from from Christmas Eve. I'll be here on Christmas Eve for an chill taking you up to midnight celebrating. The fact that Christmas Day is on its way which is going to be really cool. You know we'll we'll have some fun over the next few weeks with awesome festive tunes excetera. The next song that I wanNA play is a tribute so sad story because the greats animator and Creator Sir of the well. I can only call an iconic cartoon spongebob squarepants. Stephen Hill Lemberg passed away earlier this week at the age of fifty seven now it'd been and mentioned in the news for a couple years now. That's he had been suffering from a L._S.. Having been diagnosed in March of last year this is all according to <hes> variety dot com who broke the news and I sent shockwaves through the you know the the children's entertainment industry because actually when you think about it. Spongebob squarepants has been on the air. It's a T._v.. Show that's been on the S. nineteen ninety nine. It's the only nickelodeon television show that still going from the twentieth century now that itself is a huge feet. You know there's been an I wouldn't be surprised to save. There's been over a thousand episodes but I I. I'm not entirely certain and that's just incredible to me this. It was the show of my childhood I went to into World World Book Day in a world like all these dress up that you'd have how what do you call them. You you'd have fancy dress parties as a kid and I would dress up as spongebob squarepants. There was a year that my dad made I wonder US weapons costume out of Akaba box and he finally found use for the tops of McDonald's book flurry. McDonald's flurry toppings leads on the top we use those for the is for spongebob my Granddad. WHO's an artist like legit creative stuff? He'd been trying to find something to do to use those for for years. This is where he tells me now that it was actually his idea not me dance but that's the thing is that he's not been spongebob. Squarepants the character that the whole Bikini bottom franchise wasn't just a part of my childhood but he's also part of the childhoods of children who are five years younger than me an even children who are still watching television today and there's no sign of stopping anytime soon and he's created a legacy for himself and furred audiences worldwide world wide which which is going to be really hard to <hes> to follow any future children's T._V. Creator so this next song is a memory of the grit the late Great Stephen Hill Lemberg and then he spoonful panel recognize. It's this is sweet victory Sir the memory of the late Great Stephen Hill Lemberg. We've got by you know allowed an upbeat song. I think we should continue it out now. With a request from Chris it line kid for last week shows someone when he says he likes to chill out too but I keep us winding bill take a listen once upon a Christmas the and the world theme to Happy Play Songs Bodice Too <music> Sam Christmas the furthest Oh no no one no way to make way in the case of all the band of festive and you'll know and Christmas -isneyland dismay in every Chris Missing in your hand in your head and if you're not bag <music> Zambia every Christmas I and I think I'm being trolled Chris from Lake again into said this is what sons but he likes to sit back relax and chill out on his one dave they. I think he's supplant. Crispus sired radio is he ever GonNa step there. We go. That's Geraldine Decreed Aka Pizza K with once upon the Christmas Spur Song Christmas songs next week. No walkers was SUCC- I'm hitting my microphone in disgust ulysses the desired radio come on he's nearly caught midnight. We need to slow this down. I've been awake for let's do they. Maths twelve glow just going to do the math yet six nineteen hours going on twenty nineteen hours something like that <hes>. I'm definitely going to do what we're talking about. The top of the hour the I need some sleep definitely needs some of that but let's slow things down now. No upbeat songs were headed to that midnight hour or celebrating the fact that Monday's almost over and Tuesday is on its way. This is a great song. I heard on an advert this week. Can you remember which is from is always on my mind by attenborough and maybe didn't treat to gladys school. Does I shoo maybe and often cool little sudden Jews to the time <music> but you and maybe didn't hold all all those tie I never told to. I'm so happy that you're you feel sick. I'm so sorry I was Blah <music> and that you Swedlowe and which is to keep shahtoosh you always mm-hmm they should have sudden <music> address but do you always <music> you always of my mind obviously originally Pie Elvis Presley <hes> but that was a great rendition from ambrose discovered her because I heard that song earlier this week on the new Samsung advert. It's really cool. I love doing that when it comes to adverts. I'm always that person who gets there for now and goes hey phone application which I'm not allowed to brand. What song is playing and threatened? I'll tell you what it is and you can find out so much about it. I remember I would i. I got my my smart speaker and I took it back to her to sell with men showed my granddad that and he was just he was absolutely amazed by the whole concept that this piece of technology could tell me so about about every song they basically just has access to the Internet's but he's an incredible device and I'm can actually find out so much about any artist in the world any song and he's for discovering new music and that's what I found that with an bruhns always on my mind. You're listening to Siren Radio set ten. It's a twelve on your Monday evening. Were whatever so close to that midnights our but I've got one or two more songs to take us up to two that time next. It's a little bit of London in Grammar haven't played them for a while. Wasting my young years you're listening to siren radio. This ended hall to see <music> <music> and <music> <music> <music> <music> mm-hmm <music> <music> in London grandma wasting young as such beautiful vocals and get the lyrics great when when you really look them and you see how this all comes together that top quality when it comes to when it comes to some of my favorite musicians at the moment and someone else who has a great mind for lyrics is my guest this evening will lynn's Crichton who join me live in the studio. She came all the way from Nottingham so she's probably nearly oh now she join me this evening to <hes> chat about the EP that she just released Hashtag. We made this yes and all all her musical endeavors. It was so great time having are in the studio and said big. Thank you for joining me and this is the end of the show guys we are ever so close to that that midnight hour. I've got a couple of songs tickets. They're big. Thank you find me on twitter at Kaija Valentine at the station at Siren F._M.. SARUM radio one of seven three on facebook all Lee shows a D. recorded and put online within a week to the trending topics network on. I tunes and it's come to that time. I hope he really enjoyed the Christmas market this week but yes. Let's do save this less celebrate. The fact that Monday is now over choosed as on its way and good night. God bless and I'll see you all here next week. <MUSIC> <music> a hard five she was so pretty was everyone's. When she says should be movie? Queen face like angel she could be anything mm-hmm Joe name on that Silvestri and starts uncertainty. We will win at work day and night every day. Sometimes she'd come here crying the back a few so just remember back to the words that used to me it was gonNA ride your name on aren't GonNa make you the biggest yeah similar nine when I but I just can't keep <music> at the scheme quitting your burgers coffee table. 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Spike Lee

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Spike Lee

"Hey, this is sugar. Steve from the supreme. If you're like me and not quite ready to go back to the theaters, but you're craving that epic blockbuster experience blockbusters be sure to check out greyhound. It's a new film starring my Dude Tom. Hanks Nash streaming exclusively on Apple TV plus the movie was inspired by actual events in World War Two Greyhound follows hanks's character as he leads a fleet of ships across the Atlantic Ocean on a dangerous journey towards the Front Lines Watch Greyhound now exclusively on the apple, TV APP subscription required for Apple TV plus rated pg thirteen. In the high stakes world of crime injustice, understanding the legal system is not optional. It's critical. Hi, I'm Philip Holloway host of the. Sworn from ten foot TV an iheartradio. Last season we looked at a number of crimes in cases, highlighted issues in our legal system this season. We have a new approach. We're tackling the problems directly. We'll look at faulty forensic science faults, confessions and mandatory. Minimum prison sentences season two sworn is underway in. It's available now. Listen on the iheartradio, APP apple podcasts or wherever you get your podcasts. Quest Love, supreme is production of IHEART radio. People citizens of the world was up Welcome to a special Friday you less live I guess we're doing it in tandem. This will also be. Archived on our I heart podcast. Our Special Spike Lee today. we. We haven't done this in A. We haven't done this in the last few weeks. Allotted! Is when you when you let wait two months, it's been. That way. Too much. Yeah I you know time. This I I used to laugh at There's there's always to. Pull come for movies and deal with Jail Street jail. The one the one cliches like you know. They take your body, but that's not take your mind. What the you always hear and number two is. There's always two days only. Come in and walk out. They walk out. So yeah I I I just lose track of time. You said that's kind of true. Movie is at. Very you walk in. That's from what I know it from the wire. The only do two days that you come in today. You Walk Out I. Don't know why I'm sorry. That was our friend. David Chapelle Collins. Oh? The last two weeks eight, hundred, six, yeah yeah. A Lot. A lot has that we have not spoken since. The what we call. Are we calling the uprising? Uprising. I like uprising I. Like that better than riot because you know. It's just more progressive about it, just an more accurate. I mean 'cause 'cause riot sounds like protests. It's just it sounds reckless. You know what I'm saying like. These people are just out here, riding and being stupid for no reason whatsoever you know I mean. I I like uprising. What Donald All right yeah I, didn't even I. Don't watch him but I got you. I was literally. Lay So we're going to do another episode on, election night. Like we did for years ago. Looking at the results we got from election night I'd say hopefully, not 'cause like. We. Do we go through that again, nor do we try and break the jinx by not doing a show that the guy. Trying to break gene. I think it was Russia in the whitening is their vote for trump, but that's. When us. Yeah. Who is our guest? That night I forgot. Stephen? Hill, that was even hill is. Also the same night my uncle got shot and. Died like a couple of weeks later, he got shot that night. Like like the eighth I want to say, and then he died on Thanksgiving Day. Shit. That was a that Anisimov Day. And I remember with up front with. Up Selling out. Right. That was the weirdness about. It was like the. Funniest. Like up selling up. What do you call it when you talk over music on the radio all right now? said. The song. Yes I forgot I remember doing that interview and we were all sitting there and everybody had a laptop, so they phones would ever, and we're all trying to keep it cool, and you just see the shit flipping raise results. Like aw! Yeah by the end of the interview. As, it was crazy literally in a three hour interview. The World James Because in the beginning. We were all like word up. It's I and then by the end of that shit by the and it was. It was. Time. That's not happening. We should. Re Re air that episode with Stephen Hill well, no. Busy. At the time Stephen Hill was. It had to be end. At that time and then. Oh Wow a lot. On this show. Dj and a a set on is Eli. Hey Steven ear. Stephen Days. Does. Is. It's about eleven, people watching, but you know. Oh Boy News. From TV One. All adults Roland Martin Roland Martin. Yeah Oh yeah, I ain't GonNa that Shit. I'm black me for the Limbaugh, Nigga on twitter. You're wouldn't notable people blacks you. The only one I know of I. Know a number Roland Martin. Did this was years ago because he was like we? Deserve a list content. I have a list like I just say things and people listen I, don't I don't try to. Provoke anyone, but no. He was just on twitter, and this was years ago. This was before I found Christ, but he was just like look. We need to ban the N. word, and all this and I was like deplete it, and that was it and and he just you know he had me, and he's still Bambi as Sylla's bobby. which I mean, find whatever, but then Mc Hammer has me blocked I. Don't know why and then were. Like Hammer go hammer. If you see this hammer, Bro, I don't know what I say. It could have been a joke whatever man? I saw the too legit to quit tour. Please have them tour. When I was in like seventh grade it was you boys and men and Joe to. Sit changed my life like Hammer. Please all of US forgiving brought by. Let's. please. Don't hurt him doug please. I would love to have y'all come to Jesus moment on this show much like we had joy salons come to Jesus moment the show, yeah. That hammer was even remotely aware of who he blocked or what the situation was. He probably had no foul. He doesn't have any clue for I. Mean it could I don't know what it could have been. It could've been a joke. It could have been whatever, but the bottom line is I was following MC. Hammer like I mean I you know I. Am Legend, but hopefully get it on the show. We straighten it out. Maybe it's a snapple. I don't even know why okay. In Hammer. The other guy onto please from from. Roland, Martin Roland Martin Yeah. Let's get him on. The it's time. Because he all autism I'm not I'm not ducking no smoke from nobody. I just don't think because he's very. He has very specific news about about the N. word, and like Koon seven nine hundred was there, but yeah, he's like very big on those where and that is yes, I use like nigger is now at. Eight advert so listen then you're you're doing yes, I'm like come on. You Ain't by the. Tell me what I can't say on the show we doing so. Hey, I'm here. If we could work in with spike about the way bamboozle kind of is relevant to I mean. Always, but especially to what's on like literally today like cream of wheat is changing their logo. And uncle being washed the Washington redskins. Are finally does what to say. Are The redskins considering as well? Everybody is considering it now. So Landau Lakes bamboozle was Kinda like specifically about that symbolism stuff. Stops. That was a good pool I. Didn't I didn't think about Oh yes? I'm on. That Netflix did their whole black lives matter section for. Police. Like, get on the bus and Rodney. King thing and some other stuff that Django. Django right. Django was done by. Jane Hi you know that, and that's what I was. Saying like Lee because the network section is not on hodges like spike has his own wing and the. He has his own sweet and the Black Lives Matter Hotel. On netflix up. Going above and beyond the president just gave all. MONEY TO ABC US above notably, the richest of US Morehouse Spelman, I'm not mad I'm just. Right Yeah Wait A. Spike on, I need somebody to translate something for me because I. Don't you know I I don't WanNa? Be? Tone deaf and said don't speak millennial. And on top of that you know I'm. House with this particular person. Genetics. Millennial Bay you'll damage genetics. He's Janek spear look at okay. I'm not going to look it up. Go ahead and look it up. I was born I was born in seventy eight forty one years old. Again is he's? He's us. I'm like. Yeah I might the youngest am, but yeah I'm like right there, but can someone translate this? Can you give me a movie in the minute? Version of this j Cole No name thing? About yeah. Come on never mind too much none of that. It's not too much. It's okay so moving a minute code. No name okay. No name and I'm just giving context known name. A did talk, which I did not see I. Just saw kind of the the out. The out you know the the fall out of it. She did a talk with boots Riley on live. I think they were just talking about. Socialism and police abolition. They were just having a conversation. I didn't see the tire thing in context, but the fallout the what I saw. Was Oh. He was over talking her, and he was it just. It went left, right. Then J. Cole puts out a song and he sang yellow. It was the sister'd owner time line She don't like me cracker. She don't police. You. Don't like this and you know something about her tone this bothering me now at no point in this song. Did he ever say no name? At no point in no names, tweets or Moves Riley as I understood she said something about You know all these rappers, these rich wrappers or something you know they. They ain't said nothing, and but she never said his name or anyone's name so. Co was out the song. Santa's this girl online sand. Is that in the third I? Don't like her tone. I saw another site put up, and they were saying Yo J. Cole is say is talking about no name in his new verse now at no point in time in individually, he ever say her name in the Verse Anti My knowledge at no point that she ever say his name so as far as. Should have just fucking conjecture to start right? It's just yawning. Speculation is often speculation, so the song comes out. People say it's a meat about no name. Everybody loses their shit. Oh, he's police in a woman. He's tall police, and all this shit right and it just becomes a shit show, so then the next morning. cold put out a series of tweets. Ages like look I said what I said. You know all of the no name. You know he you know. He was like you know she's doing the work. I'm not a dude. It'd be reading like that and his word. He's like I'll be. Like that he's like he's like how you know how he did okay stay. But he says in his verse. He's like Yo. Don't let my degree fool. You know you can have. Just because I went to college doesn't mean on his up on these issues, everyone. So that was so that was and I mean that. Was it to me? It was just the shit show for day and I mean it. Came in the middle of it, and didn't you know? Donald Glover Walk into an apartment on fire. Like exactly that's exactly I was like what in the hell? Exactly? What same? Day before we break the spike in because he's here, I want to say congratulations to ogre. WHO created you about to lose your job? 'cause you're hurt, but she found her family in got her off. The street address really excited about that storage in serious. He. She was like no idea what that differ me so Abbas Addow. Handle name in front of me, but I don't play. Those story I had known you now I will say this just to tap out big ups to the girl that with the coin, the you about loser, lose your job and the best tweet of the J. Code no-name debacle. goes to my man Al Shipley and he won. Twitter is only like eight of us like got it, but it was a great fucking tweet. He goes and I quote the J.. Cole lyric is something about the queen tone. That's bothering me is problematic because nobody Brian May's piddle board in amp settings. And? I'm bringing frankly bigger like that's it. I mean come on. That's all you need to know like. That's that's it. You figure out that that was a total i. That's it was made for me. All the People Brian May was the guitarist in Queen and sold the pedal. Board is the. Ladies and gentlemen we are joined by friends of the show newly bestowed academy. Award winner Storyteller Artur African American Grat and always the a cinematic provocateur. On the last original storytellers we have today. Please welcome back to Qa less live inquests love supreme for a second appearance are POW infringe minister spike. Are you. How's everyone doing everybody safe? How you! Are you in right now? Not as my office here in the People's Republic of Brooklyn Your Green Baby had. Visited with the baseball in the in the room. Yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah, but this WANNA editing rooms. Never. Get a super bowl party is. Yet. Where is everybody? I'm at home in north, Carolina Raleigh Lackey. Leaving Las Angeles La. I'm in Manhattan I, Money Makin. And I'm in a wrench where in in Westchester on a farm. But I just closed on my house yesterday, so yes I'll be. Thank you. What can I ask what borough? This in in Palisades. So. I had to say spike. I believe that the last time I physically saw you I saw you twice. You were flying on your way I believe to somewhere in Africa. Or somewhere. Overseas where you told me that it was the first day of of of scouting wherever I don't know where you sat the film. As on I was going to Thailand. Okay maybe I thought okay I. Remember you telling me that you were going somewhere far off to shoot? Yeah, yeah, I saw you there, and then coincidentally was that it. Party Apple Oscars. No, no. I saw you NBA. Airport or I forget where it was, but it was you on your way to to scout for locations, and then I saw you on the way back home. Oh. Coming from it. So you go, please circle exactly. You gave me a synopsis on the way home and I was like I'm starting to figure that out and. People still trying to figure it out. Yeah. Let's talk about it. Let's talk about. Okay look okay so I got a question for you. What was the The idea of naming all the soldiers after the temptations and Norman Whitfield like being storming Norman L. on. Your cart that one. Find Man I didn't guess. Five and A good thing, not a great day odors. Lewis called me why okay the last living member! Temptations and he says he told me I'm speaking behalf of all my brothers here. Thank you for doing. that. is at a nowhere so out of nowhere when one question I wanted to ask you the last time we spoke that didn't what is. For this movie specifically and I think the last time we spoke to you. You were just about the Lawrence She's gotTa. have it on Netflix so this is the umbrella or Black Klansman on though you were still working on it. Okay so I guess. I can start with now now. This is the McCann. What what is what is your? What is your daily or weekly process when it comes to? Conceptualizing. What do you want to add next to your cannon like I? Don't know the name whatever movie you're about to do but like. Does the idea start in that room that you're in right now? Do you sit for silence, do you? Do you have a? NOTEPAD where? I'm open. You know I think that I'd learn I'm. Chris, thank you might. The Guy I'm sixty three years old. I'm in my. I'm in my decade. So I've learned that. I gotTA BE Open. When the news comes! I just can't like Oh i. Got To think of an ideal. It does work like that, so I just gotta be open. To the news I trust out, you know I. Trust him use so. Where did it start for this film like the? It! We were interviewing him when we interviewed you and Electric Lady, you tell us singing. The praises of Nineteen Seventeen Right now the movie. Movie, the war movie. War Movie Yeah Right so I've got a question. Just being back on Mir. Question I was like didn't start all the way back then. When were talking a no, no but let me let me tell the story. I did not write the rigid scripted Est.. The original script was written by Danny. Bill sent 'em pull the May uphold. The male has since died since he died before we started shooting film of an illness. They're producing loin. Levin option script was called. Last tour. was about. White Vietnam bits. Instead that one. The oil in that the brought it to our stone. Stone sat on. The tweets walked away. Lloyd Levin decided to read article in The Guardian, why talked about one of my favorite films? Scratch of Sierra Madre starring Humphrey Bogart. and. The take there's a goal. The whole golding in this film was came directly from. The Trust Herrmann, Madre, he called me up meeting we. We'd getting ready to go go right into my classroom. We met with my Co. rider. Can Wilma and we told look at like. It is a great script. We want to change it to meet me ball. We have to change viewpoint. This has told the viewpoint. Of African American the debts. And candidate we wrote it. Twisted. On it. And Marvin Gaye. Buying and and Urged World of senior resort known Nikolic's. Yeah I love the way you use. The Marvin Gaye Capellas and the joint man that was the only one. No, there's only one. That was beautiful man. He says you this in Thailand Vietnam right? No mostly Thailand we ended in Vietnam, so you talked about this I was talking to another filmmaker about filming in Vietnam and they were talking about communist country. How sometimes challenging? It could be like sometimes. They had people following people to make sure you're doing what you say you're GONNA do. What was it know we never had that? But we had the had the script. Pass through it essential. So! We didn't know we were up to last week in Thailand. We still not gotten the green light. The shoot in Vietnam. But once we got the green light known what Stalin us all look. As also. Number, one in Vietnam to on Netflix's. Here's something. Good is a new show from the Seneca, women podcast, network and iheartradio. It's a great way to start your day. On the positive side of life. We were introduced to live fund by our Partner Bank of America was working closely with them to make sure that lift fund continues to help businesses axis capital during this critical time. As I reflect on why lift fun got started and what the important of an organization like refund is because we literally empower people through financial education and access the capital. 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I know Netflix doesn't have the same cachet as going straight to video, and you actually see bigger results, but is that at least an ego adjustment that this is now the new normal for filmmakers where you you go straight to. Streaming as opposed to inside of movie theaters like does it feel different for you or Netflix. Was the last place. Had to go. And this area the studio said no coming off like clans, even off the incoming off Oscar win. Well, that's did not happen, but we will nominee right okay. Six nomination I will turn down so God bless. Netflix's now of course. No one knew the world's going to change. so lot of people have films ready, but near studios which they made him. Ford does not have a streaming service. So because of that. And this was this known. debuted all around the world at the same time. Before the world changed. BC NAPA for Christ Book Corona over. I was going to be the president of the jury. The first black president ever. Don't the cons. And this you'd hit at. And the world in the world premiere of. Five. INCON- out of competition. The World Saint But the answer to give you a more. Deeper answer. Plans Change. In Lotta, everybody died had plans. Twenty over twenty thousand New Yorkers. Had plans. Over a hundred thousand Americans had plans. All these people had plants. So the me I'm just I say God, bless. I'm alive. In my family is you know that's why take anonymous, deep spiritual thing but. The ME, too. How can I complain at? My moving did come out the way. Did you know when when people everybody had plans? And the world has changed, you know. In. Here. Screaming black lives matter all over the world, right? Facts ended. The timing couldn't have been more uncanny. Yeah, exactly exactly and then another thing another I know you have questions for me, but. Go say. Something right away tonight to get. People asking me friends. And journalists. Spike. Didn't you. All this should happen. Didn't you want to shoot that? Black lives matter seeing. Wrong. That's the first thing we shot. Really. This is the slate AAC camera. Talk was March twenty, twenty nineteen and went to. May Twenty Twenty nineteen so again the first day of principal, Tago was. Marched twenty. Four year before he shot the black lives Madison pre-production. So. Anyway, A lot of things. Happen when this smell. This awesome spiritual level. That nothing to do it. That's happened with a lot of your films though. We we would saw before like before you came on about how bamboozle and like how now we're seeing like they're getting, you know. Been Not Jemima and like getting all. Let the paint. You know what I'm saying and you were showing that you know that was twenty years ago. Are there you know I'd? Say You. Leave out something. Do thing we were talking about global warming. You. Were you quartz globe? My friends call me. What Nego. You we. Moisture even happening. Wait that's okay, so I'll say like every other month. I might bug you with the text asking why your entire film. Your film collection. Isn't one space I'm at right now is do you not think now is is an its twentieth? In its twentieth anniversary, now's the time before. Bamboozle to to come out again. Because I can't find it anywhere and I need to see. Now I criteria just put on a great new Blue Raila restored picture style. Everything bamboozles criterion collection film. What's your? House. Like two months ago. This is a very bittersweet like my. My I'm such film Nerd, I'm like wow, one day I could be a criterion film, and now I I will say that all right so living on a tour bus for like the last twenty five years. You know you just by any and every DVD that keep your mind occupied so criterion collection is basically like. It's. It's the. It's the Upper Echelon Rolls Royce. Yeah, it's the upper echelon of film releases is like a committee that decides that this particular film regardless of of his stature in the box office. Whatever deserves the Royal Treatment I'm now you know. Companies are doing that now it. Twenty fifth anniversary this in Thirty Fifth Anniversary Purple Rain. But like back in the day. When criterion approaches you and says we would like to rerelease, it'd be like an independent label deciding okay I'm GonNa take fonts as I record the first little brother record the listening and give it the royal treatment read master it. You cover great analogy great analogy. Yet and so. Wow, that's funny. It's always been my dream to be in a criterion. Four not just ask this question spike because. You more than me, let say you are Negro dominance. And what does it feel like? Cresent eggs talked about this before you came on where number one we have protests, including all kinds of people outside of US number two. We wake up to no more uncle. Ben Won't Angel Momma? A twitter says June taint is a holiday a new. York says June eighteenth state holidays like. I feel overwhelmed. What does it feel like? Other words! How many calls did you get? How many calls did you get the last two weeks to explain? Stuff to them and how many? Rough drafts did you have to read to make sure that this tweet was okay and. Listen to. Helps helps. Do! My answer. Barely. Uncle Ben alone. and. She got a whole new. So. Get a perm, right you. No the story, actually you know what? I just read that I didn't realize that. Similar to the family that one that settlement for the lion sleeps tonight. The South African family from writing it. for the last thirty seven years. The family. Of the woman who is the original? And Jemima logo who was also instrumental in. Getting the recipe together. has been trying to like she's basically owed. The minimum is at least a two billion dollar settlement for the. Money! So money, let's let's see what happens, but why cope rations LX. The money way like is all right, yeah. I don't know. I don't know whether to take people on a word like this is going to change in a week. I don't WanNa. Get used to it is very. It's odd. You know what it is like a referee. Cool. It's cool, but it's like we're GONNA. Get through I don't. I feel like this is more like a get out of discussions free card. And Go Away, yeah. It's just going to be you know it's like this is sort of like with the either for Obama. Racism over, and it's like okay. Why donate it every? So we saw happening? Amazon's like I'll give two hundred fifty million dollars to this particular, so now reasons over. There's there's still a bigger conversation to have for real change so yeah. Like it's it's. It's cool now but I. Still feel as though that's that's kind of get out of discussions free card and that's the deeper. That's the deeper conversation that needs to be had so. Cute but I'm watching. Very skeptically right now. It Spike always wanted to ask you after you one for Black Klansman being directed at wind. Finally got an Oscar later in your career What changes was because or or whether changes You know we've seen people that win them early. And they kind of you know it changes them, but you have been putting in the work for so long in your track. Record already spoke for itself so. Question. The a question between like clansman and five bloods that you'd think that affected. Cami would affected the five blows, but so, but you said had you want or would just fight you at nominee nominated? But then they say as, but you didn't and you want I. Guess it was after was Pablo is already in production when you? Know the morning actor, the morning actor I was on a plane that Thailand Bangkok. Okay okay I got. One. It was alice to get your stuff. Out Now. The deal is done I'm just saying that. netflix's was the last one I had I. Was No one else to go to the student. You know, so. We won the ask party that night that morning. I never went to bed. Pack my bags was on a plane that Bangkok Thailand. It was lax. No, I'm sorry. Okay in so I remember my production might great production either win Thomas. Whose First Film Let's? She's going to have it nineteen eighty six. We're Tom Siegel. They had been in Bangkok full weeks already. Exist to Oscar Shit had to catch up. So minute I landed in Bangkok in a hundred degrees upside the head. That ask this stuff out. The window was over here. You I had the catch up. Because we're getting ready to move. So, all the actors stuff between lax and Bangkok. Was Gone Wow I. Guess it'd be more apt to ask an actor. We're kind of director, are you? Are you the director? Okay, so I can't cancer. Office is Paul Thomas Edison this question like he Paul Thomas Not Anderson is the of guy that will do. Twenty takes. Of the same scene. Because he knows by. The thirteenth time it'll be a certain rhythm that bills natural, but. The the level of intensity that you got Delroy Lindo really give you in. This film his. Del Rey let. His most. So, like how many takes. Does it take to get him to that level was. Take One. He was on, or it took a few times. I mean I'll get more than one take, but here's the thing. This is my fourth film would Delroy, but it's been twenty five years between this and the last one. Delroy I worked replayed with Archie. Next. Mexico late clock late. Play the drug kingpin also played my actual father. Crooked though he played GonNa. It. All you guys `let's Jimmy on notice that you can have great talent, but sometimes you get lost in. The sauce couldn't work. But you get that that vehicle you get that role. Has, been put in work. Wer capable the. Trying airline. Boys. Fighting the air. Delroy the not all the. Trump, he's been putting in work. And this role yet the vehicle. He took it to another level. He was his own. Can we talk about casting? Because I was GONNA. Say How did you? Their mind like it's. How did you? How did you decide that this was the right ensemble for you? I've worked three other times. I know I know what it could do. I ten experience. Let Spike, in all fairness, you done so many movies with a such a large selective of actors that you have a VAT that. You could have picked out of I. Mean You know from Laurence Fishburne? Data people that could not. We were we me and my wife. We were talking tonight and last night. We were watching I. Think they've been showing she? They've got game a lot on HBO now like they've been showing that a lot and we were just talking like how you. You're kind of like the miles Davis of in terms of like a talent scout like what miles Davis was the jazz and being able to see Herbie to? To See Coltrane like the dudes that ended the actresses and actors that you pick you know the stuff that they go on to do after working with you and you're not i. mean is incredible and one actor that you chose for the five that I love. Is Jonathan Majors who plays the son? How how did you pick him? And what was what was the thing you saw in him? That was like Yo. He's the one. On delroy. Jonathan Jonathan Majors The Sun. Have you seen? San Francisco I. have. The placing this, I didn't see him in that. Build APP you your dishes. Thought you chose him no. Hacen directly Kim Coleman. Came I just wanted to you? Let's talk. But. But but the. I mean here's the thing. Do Right thing. was. Rosie presents I. Found had the late Great Robin Hashes I know. Martin Lawrence for spill. Jungle fee was various for film queenly cheapest smell and we can go on and on. And on Berry Glory. Every but John. I one, but. Yeah, but still so. I just have. You know I know that's some I wanna work with and work with again. I would like to know what's the barometer. For I mean I would think that having a ninety two. And rotten tomatoes. I mean doesn't hurt at all, but what is what is the barometer now that there isn't a box office? LISTING PER SE to determine. If film does well or not does well like how do you? What's what's the? What's the standard or the number? Well, this is. I heard that are opening. boxoffice! If you could make an analogy from. The people saw. A netflix. To, people buying, tickets. We'll end up like one hundred twenty five million dollar weekend. Real. Very good. Yes, just wanting to. But is it good enough for Netflix's to say you? Say One at a time. I mean I. It has love again. I said before no one else wanted to do this film. In light of his new studio in Atlanta. Did you take it down to? NAH Nah In. Respect to my brother because I was even to take. All Baby. And? I just want to say not necessarily. Show me entitled a Man Cool. Okay. deadbeats was slashed years ago. I called them up out of the blue. Access to talk. I jumped put. My is my blackout on a plane from Laguardia. went onto his mansion. We said town talk. Brother brother. Black Man, black man gave it to the anti-drug men, but Since. To get remember this. He didn't know the all that big complex he has. He had to put my main on a student one of the studios when those stages he'd to know that. Because Tyler map for you, but he did. But it wasn't even about that. is just as, low. I DIDN'T WANNA. Put Kyle into position. You're like come. Straight up. But I think. My thing is that if you if you're? Mean Okay so establishing. His that they know. When I, when I ask that and let me evacuated, adjust that answer I was I was only asking because I know that. He has the complex up and he's open for business. But then I was kinda wondering like what step two step to now like. For Future for directors and screenwriters like do they. Is it a studio in terms of like MGM like do you? Is he an option to take it to or Georgia as just? Georgia, stop you from wanting to go down there. Because of their laws in what they're doing. The women's suppression on their bodies whatnot because some people consider net. After that they. Seriously I can ask question. I don't know him you know is is the studio in essentially is also. Financing films or is it that? I. That question. The studio in terms of I don't know that s warner brothers or MGM. That's what I was starting to ask. I didn't think he was yet. That's so that's just a place to shoot. If you want to see I, mean I don't know what is is is. The in game of it Oh okay. Thank thank, that's all. I wanted to know when you. Kind of follow up question when you did X.. And as we talked, last time was like you call, call like yours Asian time. Let's get it. You know what I mean was there ever consideration after that of saying well, we can come together to do this. Why don't we keep going? What are some of the challenges? In self-funding and put doing stuff like that. The challenge is really most people lose money when you invest in a film. And very few of us have disposable, income. They write a check in like not even be hurt. Losses here. So it's not this thing been a struggle says sixteen nineteen. When I landed Jamestown Virginia! History toilets, Nathan, you know it's the struggle continues. We take it day by day, and it's like did not chop down a redwood tree with that I. Wayne We've got to be done like a month ago. I can I ask you? Defy vibe less real quick is A. Picture of Delroy Reuters, like he was actually actually served in the military is dedicated. Yeah, that was from. American fee to. Wow I didn't know there wasn't American graffiti to. See what we found it. Is such a thing. Yes. On, this? Google Google IMDB A. Computer. But he's not talk. Let him do it. Haven't seen that I haven't seen that movie, but I have the soundtrack for so there's a soundtrack for my. Mom look good. Did, you use any Vietnamese actors while a more American treaty. You're right. Everybody was Vietnamese so then. Okay, so this is my next question in the scene on the boat with Dell, Roy in the the chickens right was. It seemed to me. Did you ever have to have a off camera? with the CAST? Because history is so deep in that way, our shooting in Vietnam in somebody's beating me. Actors do have a history with this war in that way because it was, it was so you know it's? Part about you killed my father, and my mother buddies stock chicken. I told I told my brother the US that because he didn't speak much English. But. I said Black Gi Black Another hey. This history. One of the key line, everybody. In the film as A war never ends. We, had his brother Vin say that long. People. In America, NBA Anonymous Still Dylan. This war coming up. From them, the AGO and another thing that I learned very quickly. That if you're a NAM, you stated being I'm war. They say known no. War Zeke call it their American war. We did not go. The the United States in America you WanNa fungus came here. Got To ask kick in before that the came ear and got the ask. That was mentioned in the movie why they was. Yes, we can. The that's credits. Colonize Vietnam I. Mean You look when you get a chance? We get a chance. Good Globe. Globe that's cute look or you're just go to your google. A world, map. Look how big Vietnam is! Looking well okay. I see I. Think! They. Quest you got what state you think. It's comparable in size debate NAM guess. By the looks of it. I mean that Texas Illinois for Texas Big Nam. I'm looking at. One is smallest states. Yeah, this is this could be up in New England somewhere. Will. Just say like. Get made is the side of the Rhode Island or yes, it shoots. New Hampshire Vermont. That is. The side of Vietnam. They kick mono fucking. See You. Did they know when you can't be a now expired league? Some did some did, but we made a conscious effort in this smell not to dehumanize Vietnamese people. Good job not to make them billons. We we treat love respect and we got that in return. One question I have about your. Because you say you know war that was the theme never ends. was that a part of the decision to keep the main actors the same age in the flashbacks? You're and the only one that was young was bad. You know Norman Yeah. Thank you question again. That's A. Question. Question, a million times right now, so I had the great answers. As I, said earlier every body. Netflix was the last person who stated due to film. But. They said. Would do floor, price. A price. APPROX If I. Had to do the age, actors would add another hundred million dollars. To film have to do that one hundred dollars. That's the whole the whole bill. Irishman another to another part of this answer competences that we had very today. Where the temperature was not one hundred degrees. Ga We were shooting a jungle Thailand. Makeup aesthetics. Would have melted. Rifi cameras. So we all those thing I just said. Combined with. Mike Competence. In the. Sense of the moving the movie going audience. That the first time they see it, it'll be jarring, but then. Like that a light bulb go. Off overhead and like I get it. The, this is a memory. So bad as the answer to. Your question, Yeah Yeah. My good friend, Sarah McDonald, who writes for the undefeated and she gave the FOB. Let's review. She was the one that kind of made that point of just how that was the way even though it was you know it may have been a budgetary restriction whatever, but that was just the way to show that they never left the war like they're still. And what a Marvin Gaye singing! Wars Health? But when it and I'M NOT GONNA. Say when we start getting back together again so I. Know The question about Marvin Gaye. Marvin Gaye had. Olbermann Franklin. He did three tours in Vietnam. Three tours. Use a radio operator. And he was right his brother every week. and Lava never answered one of those letters. And I think a lot of ways. That album is an ansel. With the leading never wrote. So, Marvan's getting a first hand accounts brothers during pre towards tours NAM plus Marin is in Detroit. Motown Slough seen the buds come back. Maimed fucked up. Strung on heroin. So, all those things it might look I might be wrong. I think those are the things all hand together. that. He gave the world a gift of wanting to grace albums ever. My opinion was going back, so Marvin is a character. In this he definitely did. Did you know from the gate that you were gonNA use that album that entire record as? WE S. Because it introduces yet another generation to. Mets about to celebrate its fiftieth anniversary so. And another thing is that we did another thing that we did is at my brother. Sankey. Who does all might still photography? Not Not still talk records is behind the scenes. In Thailand. He gave me that acapella birds was I never heard it before. I never. Heard it. Had, never ever heard Kabul was going on. And once I heard it. I knew he had put it on a scene with Paul. As he's on his descent. In the the. Depths Right Yeah I feel like that was year. That was your living for the city moment from Junky jungle fever. That, was you're? A city. Just using a song. The Taj Mahal A. Also do on my favorite scenes where you did that is in a girl six when you use. How come you don't call anymore on the boardwalk? Boardwalk. Spike a as a again. Every time I talked to you say as a person I found it very interesting the way you again will morehouse into. A? Scientist, the how could CD street Oh you at? Right I do not mention Clark a you now call back! Clark was called Clark College. My made was even like. Grad from morehouse. It looks class nine, hundred, seventy nine. My may your. Her eichelberger taught me. He's the one. That believed in me as a young filmmaker Sino. You're actually distort now. That Reed Hastings just gave forty million to morehouse boys only so many. oury million to the. College and Clark A. You didn't get a die. He is that you're doing spike. Was Doing. Hey I thought about like the rest of the world. A. Special to me. No Bullshit. My father went to Morehouse with my father was a freshman Dr Martin Luther. King was a senior. Martin Luther King the third in Iowa classmates. We both graduated Class W nine. My grandfather went to morehouse. My mother who is a sinophile. She's the one. Reason! Why but filming she went to Spelman. My grandma lived the hundred years old. Wow, she went to spelman my grandmother's one who's who saved security checks, but fifty years. Grandeur for graduate. Education I was born. I had first dibs. My grandma put me to Morehouse. We to Nyu. And gave me the seed money, but she's gotTa Have I. Get it, so that's why I show love Morehouse. and. spelman plus the world's greatest hurdle. Moses when Moses one year any classes seventy-eight? Brides. Morehouse men and women I'm going to. Muddle in how what all right I'll do for quite. Okay. What. My proceeds from. Festival. All right y'all. Hey. WHO! Teach at clocking land. Where you go! The House! Jackson. Let's say you because. Eight. San Salmon John. I mean Sam. Bill classmates morehouse. When you saw Sam presenting the award, you Kinda knew already right. At Lynn, but I didn't want to go with a doping double cross again. You know. I want to go. I. I it was a hit. What I've seen that skulduggery. She dead against subterfuge before right, we all have. Man I was, I, was there. I was there, and that was that was like one of the most electric moments in the audience man like why watching that Ancienne Ruth get one to like it was A. Bunch of us. Yeah now good night for Negroes. US Yes yeah, it was great. That was a great night. Ladies and gentlemen. What's up coming soon to quest love supreme ready for this. We have the legendary producer and DEF JAM CO founder Rick Rubin Ricksen fluence is felt all over music from Jay. Z right out. Chili peppers ll cool J. Johnny cash almost never sits for an interview. You can hear him doing interviews on his own podcast mouth global call broken record, and I've been on there and saw Alicia keys. Andre three thousand run the jewels. The artists on broken record open up to rick because he understands music on every level, and you definitely don't want to miss the interview with the Beastie. Boys dropping June twenty third. That's Rick Mike D and that Rocco back to their early days in New York when he was there DJ DJ wer that's recruit. They haven't talked in decades, so that's GonNa be one for the record books they get into the inspiration behind all their classic collaborations on the license still record, and why Rick Bailed on the BC's first big break, listen to broken record wherever you listen to your favorite shows. In the high stakes world of crime and justice understanding the legal system is an optional. It's critical. Hi, I'm Philip Holloway host of the podcast sworn from tender foot TV. An iheartradio we've got an all new season and this time we're tackling the problems directly. We'll look at faulty forensic science faults, confessions and mandatory. Minimum Prison Sentences California has the largest prison system in the United States. United States says the largest prison system in. In the world and some cases capital murder cases just preventing a death sentence and getting life without parole was a win. People just want justice so bad that they're willing to accept everything at face value when they need to really look deeper and really stand up when they hear about an injustice. That's happening season. Two of sworn is underway and available. Now listen on the iheartradio APP. Apple podcasts or wherever you get your podcasts. What is next for you? And how're are you preparing for? Whatever's next for you? All you know what? You guys give me nothing a great question I. Thank you for because it's hard to ask the question that like wd. OMG This is the first time. They've had had my mom. My late mother was say. Sit just skinny rusty blackouts down. I've been working non-stop. Had was eighty six. Do! The right thing is going to be thirty one years old. This coming June thirtieth the film's Aletha same day in baton. Burton's Batman. Abbas Twain Feature Films. Feature documentaries short domes will Michael Jackson. Prince. Public Enemy Miles Davis Anita Baker. You know whole bunch of people. And then. Be Married Twenty six years my wife. Tanya to kids grown kids. This pandemic. Both in two of them Yeah. Sit The fuck down. And be still. Stop the ripping and running here and running air. My family, we were you know. I just went out. The, for two months just to take up the garments. Sometimes now. Now loosen up riding my bike dollar demonstrations. But I had to be still. Because I want I wanted to live in I. Don't WanNa. Do Nothing is GonNa you know, put my family in jeopardy. And when you're just there. You think your mind, and maybe you. Maybe Beautiful people might have felt this way to. My mind was not racin. And it was like I'm taking in is one month looking day in looking time. One day at a time. Not Trying to plan out of sit on. We don't know this to change whatever I'm just GONNA be still. and. I'd been allowed to reflect. My brother Chris. Who died not recently, but you know he's right onto me. You know he had a addiction. I thought of my mother died of liver cancer. You saw crooked. Die She was forty one years old. Other south morehouse. So actually time to think about not all you know dog stuff, but I've had a lotta time to reflect. The good and bad. Which? I think it's been very beneficial beneficial to my growth because. I just had the now. No. The, no, that's real, not really address real. Even the beginning when you were saying you know like I'm sixty three years old like me and my wife. We've been talking about that about how you've always been someone who a your output has always been very prolific, and so you've always every year at least every other year we know spike got some coming, and then on top of that you're subject. Matter is always timely to what's going on, so it's easy to forget because you're always so current. says. He's getting my Yoda's cabin doing this shit for forty years. We WanNA freeze just like. Her! But, if I could just say this incident, I gotta go. I WanNa, thank you guys, but also I left out. I've been thinking about I was the first time ever I'm thinking my my own metality. Death has been around us. Me? People have died left and right. And it, really you know, maybe think about you know like I'm not going to be the. Forever. You know. and. I know decrease Shea. But you know what makes it cliche. That would times not is the truth. Bullshit doesn't become a cliche. Trump does. In my opinion. We got to enjoy what we GA because. No one knows. When at last breath is we're GONNA take? and nuts in his reaffirm name. You hear that you hear that. Ever, but limit through. New York City this epicenter. That change like I love. I said not actually the real. Joy Shit. While you're here. This was A. Epicenter New York. City people dying left and right. Funeral homes have motherfucking U. Haul trucks the unrefrigerated. The cops because. Bali few fluid. Stint is like is. This crazy. Shit. Green right next to Brooklyn Hospital. And you see the registration truck. They had gone now. But Bradford, the the bringing refrigeration trucks. The keep the course the dead the dead bodies. On ice. In the last thing. My brother would send you out because I want to. Let you know that I love you. Love, love low, and I think that this. Time history that we're living through. It's going to produce. Great albums. Great Place. Great Movies Ray documentaries, great art is GonNa come out of this doric moment were living in. I'm leaving my heart. Amen! The. The. The PA- me will make our great. God giving gift. In that God. Is, the connection between the heart and the mind and you watch your cold because the manage the the the the horrible things that happened. Are Great. Art is going to comment on this trip live. Thank you. Thank you very much. Thank you. For Your Art. Secure slide, but spike Lee. Siglo by Steve. That was mouthful got. Supreme is a production of high heart radio. For more podcasts from iheartradio visited the iheartradio, APP, apple podcasts or wherever you listen to your favorite shows. In the high stakes world of crime injustice, understanding the legal system is not optional. It's critical. Hi, I'm Philip Holloway, host of the podcast sworn from tender, foot TV and iheartradio. Last season we looked at a number of crimes in cases that highlighted issues in our legal system. This season. We have a new approach. We're tackling the problems directly. We'll look at faulty forensic science, false confessions and mandatory minimum prison sentences season. Two of sworn is underway, and it's available now. Listen on the iheartradio, APP apple podcasts or wherever you get your podcasts. Coming soon to quest supreme, we have a legendary producer and Def jam co Founder Rick. Rubin almost never sits for an interview. You can hear them doing interviews on his own podcast. Glad, well call broke record. The artists on broken record open up to rick because he understands music on every level, and you definitely don't want to miss the interview with the Beastie Boys, dropping, June, twenty third, listen to broken record wherever you listen to your favorite shows I will be there, so she, too.

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Full Episode: Tuesday, November 27, 2018

World News Tonight with David Muir

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Full Episode: Tuesday, November 27, 2018

"Several developing stories as we come on the president and his new threat against Jia at the General Motors announces its cutting thousands of jobs in Ohio Michigan in Maryland. What the president is now warning unless GM changes course, does he have the power to do it. This terrifying moment is an apartment complex goes up in flames. One hundred firefighters responding many going door to door to get families out bend the mayday. Call firefighters trapped the scared. Walter Reed medical center, the emergency alert that went out look Dory's racing to the scene guns. Drawn the new at alarming numbers tonight. The faces of the children coming down with what seems like the common cold, but it can lead to partial paralysis the polio like illness, and where they're seeing cases now three American servicemembers killed an IEP de blowing up their armored vehicle the deadliest day in Afghanistan this year and just months after our own team was with troops as they discovered. One of those IAD's. The video just out tonight. The pit bull attack in his school. Several young students injured the first responders and the teacher who help stop it from getting worse at the American the first time ever when hang gliding, but the instructor forgot to attach the safety harness tonight that America describing hanging on for dear life. This is ABC news tonight with David Muir. Good evening. It's great to have you with us here in a Tuesday night. And we have several breaking stories, and we begin with that emergency alert that went out at Walter Reed medical center in Bethesda, Maryland, warning of an active shooter seat it prompted a massive police response people. They're running for cover tweeting loved ones about the scare authorities with their guns. Drawn US navy officials then saying it was just a drill. And tonight, the navy's saying just moments ago that this active shooter scare was the result of quote, improper use of a mass notification system ABC's David curly leading us off. Tonight. Details of that scare at Walter Reed medical center earlier reports of an active shooter people sent scrambling. It was a large response of swat teams and police converging on the military hospital. It turns out a unit was preparing for an active shooter drill when someone activated. A notification system and alert going out without declaring that it was only a drill security than notified local and state police a member of congress among those inside the hospital sent into a panic. I'm going to check with with the defense department and find out who is in charge of this. Why did it happen this way because people could have been hurt a lot of anxiety that we didn't need to have the hospital was put on lockdown? Patients and staff move to secure locations. It was a tense time. David curly to Indus live from Washington, David. Let's go back to that statement. They just put out before we came on the air tonight. The navy saying that this was because of improper use of the hospital's emergency. Alert system. They were preparing to do this exercise. David and somebody inadvertently started the notifications called a mass notifications system. The problem is the text didn't include the word drill or exercise. Major scare from a mistake even curly leading us off tonight. David, thank you. There was another scare that played out today. This time in Dallas. And it was very real more than one hundred firefighters racing to the scene when a condominium complex went up in flames. Those firefighters going door to door pounding on them to get families out part of the building then collapsing and a mayday call going out. Several firefighters were trapped ABC's Marcus Morris on the scene tonight. It started at nine fifteen this morning. We got a lot of people when you started back late Bill. He's Dallas condos engulfed in an inferno. Firefighters going door to door racing to get families to safety those red hot flames sending residents scrambling things die imploding, and you see people staff going up in smoke. Parts of the building. Collapsing. As more than one hundred firefighters world to douse the flames. There are times when the is blinding and choking. This fight continues at one point the roof collapsed and three firefighters had to be rescued when a floor fell in law. Ramona's we have made these firefighters were were essentially trapped they were trapped inside it was a floor that was above them collapse into the into the unit they were in and it cut off their means of egress a rapid intervention team. Finding those firefighters finally pulling them from the building Marcus more joins us live tonight from the scene there in Dallas. And Marcus, those firefighters are all expected to be okay. That's right. David all three firefighters in a resident were treated for injuries. But they are expected to be okay. And one official told me if it had not been for that rapid intervention team going in so quickly David this would have been far worse. Just incredible scene. Playing out in Dallas today, Marcus, thank you. We're gonna turn next tonight at the president and his threat against General Motors today after GM announced plans to cut. Thousands of jobs in Ohio, Michigan and Maryland, the news just weeks before Christmas tonight. The president is now threatening to withdraw subsidies. If GM doesn't change course. But does he have the power to do that ABC's? Eva pilgrim is in Michigan with the American workers asking how could this happen tonight? The president taking aim on GM with a threat after the largest automaker in the US announced. It was shutting down five plants and eliminating nearly fifteen thousand jobs, the president tweeting very disappointed with General Motors and their CEO Mary Barra for closing plants in Ohio, Michigan and Maryland nothing being closed in Mexico and China the US save General Motors. And this is the thanks. We get we are now looking at cutting all GM subsidies, including for electric cars. The threat comes after the president vented his frustration directly at CEO, Mary Barra. I have not. Tonight GM responding saying in needs to support growth in trucks and SUV's that consumer demand force them to eliminate low selling cars through workers here in Detroit shock and devastation. John Sankar is a father of three it's because a lot of jobs are going to be lost. And everybody's everybody's afraid what they're gonna do for their families. Tear grass has worked with GM for nineteen years. And they just were just the number. Now, this cutback undermining the promise President Trump made on the campaign trail. Let me tell you folks in Ohio in this area. Don't sell your house. We're going to get those values up. We're going to get those jobs coming back and Wigan fill up those factors or rip them down. Bill brand new ones GM also profiting from the president's tax cut, the company saying they've gotten a benefit of one hundred fifty seven million dollars this year. Democrat Tim Ryan of Ohio attacking the president. He does nothing, but try to divide the country and start culture wars and behind the scenes the American workers getting screwed by a company that got one of his huge tax cuts even joins us live outside Detroit tonight. And either we heard the threats from the president there can the president target. These subsidies take them away in effect without congress helping him Dave and the president cannot act on this issue without congress and the idea that congress would pass legislation targeting. A specific company is highly unlikely David EBA pilgrim in Michigan again to ninety. But thank you. There is also developing news tonight in the Muller investigation. We learned overnight the plea deal with former Trump campaign chairman Paul Manafort has fallen apart Muller's team claiming Manafort lied several times. So what now is benefit signaling. He wants a pardon is Muller using this to prepare his next move. Here's ABC's chief White House correspondent Jonathan Karl tonight with special counsel Robert Muller expected to be nearing the end of his investigation. A major development cooperation. Deal with key witness, Paul Manafort has broken down Muller accusing the former Trump campaign, chairman of lying repeatedly to the FBI Manafort has already pled guilty to other charges and faces the possibility of spending the rest of his life in prison could Manafort now be hoping for a pardon from the president hours. After the deal broke down the president offered some of his harshest attacks yet on the special counsel, tweeting wait until it comes out. How horribly in viciously they're treating people ruining lives for them. Refusing to lie Muller is a conflicted. Prosecutor gone rogue, given the president said this morning that Robert Muller's is ruining people's lives. Is he considering a pardon for Paul Manafort or for others who were prosecuted I've been prosecuted any conversations for anyone's pardon involving? But with a new acting attorney general who is also criticized Muller could the president finally pulled. The plug on the investigation, and if I can follow up he also said this morning. The Muller is doing tremendous damage to the criminal Justice system. If that's true is considering picking up the phone calling his acting attorney general and saying fire. Robert, look, I think that the president has had Robert Muller doing his job for the last two years, and he could've taken action any point. And he hasn't. That's because he no intend to do anything. All right. So let's get the Jonathan Karl with us live tonight from the White House. John there's been a lot of talk about the possibility of government shutdown. The president doesn't get the funding for the border wall that he wants. But if there is a shutdown tonight, the special is now on the record about what would happen to Robert Muller's investigation. In fact, we saw something from the special counsel that we almost never see from them David a public statement in this statement, the office of Robert Muller said that their investigation will continue regardless of whether or not there is a government shutdown. Very rare public statement tonight. Giancarlo thanks to you. We're going to turn next year to the deadliest day this year for American servicemembers fighting in Afghanistan. Three US troops were killed with an exploded. It's the very danger that our team saw firsthand with the troops while reporting from the front lines in Afghanistan witnessing the moment. They had to detonate it before moving forward. ABC senior foreign correspondent, Ian panel on what was a very deadly day. The American troops would traveling in a heavily armored vehicle like this. When it his roots on boom killing three wounding three mall in the deadliest day for American fools this year, we traveled with the troops in these vehicles in Afghanistan. This summer them unresistant not boom proof out some patrol with US specials. We showed you the dangers they face from ID's when they discovered one just a few feet away that wouldn't stick oppression planet. That's the pressure plate. Is it to come across this kind of device? Every time we come down in the valley. We found them so far too big to dismantle they decided to blow it up instead. The area where the troops done today has come under increasing China-bound attack showing just how dangerous Afghanistan remains for US troops. David America's sitting down and trying to negotiate with the Taliban. Today underlines just how important that peace process. Really is David in panel continuing his reporting on Afghanistan. Ian, thank you back here at home now into another dangerous day on the roads, a tour bus turning over an I ninety one in northern Vermont too short time ago, we're told tonight everyone will be okay in behind this storm, a new round of lake effect snow the semi Jack than I ninety. That's an Erie Pennsylvania there. We're also watching the west tonight. The first of several storms has already arrived this ferry. You can see battling the winds and waves. That's off the state of Washington's coast. Let's get right to beat urologist. Rob Marciano tracking it all live horse again tonight. Hey, rod, David. We're still dealing with us epic. November storm now spending off the coast of Maine. It's all snow record snow as a matter of fact. Burlington twenty inches amounts. No on a lake affects machine is crank and south of buffalo right now Jamestown and south of Syracuse. They could see another foot of snow over the next two days. Meanwhile, active pattern out west eight mile per hour. Winds last night in Oregon now renting across central California. But an even stronger storm will come in tomorrow night bringing yes and beneficial rains and some hefty mountain snow, but heavy rain over the areas. They got burned by wildfire. This month. We are concerned about mudslides later this week David were watching both coasts tonight. Rob thank you. We're gonna turn now to a terrifying. Scene inside a school in Oklahoma. A pit bull getting into the school in thority say attacking children third and fourth graders several were taken to the hospital and now bodycam video tonight showing how first responders and a teacher helped stop the dog. Here's ABC's Qena Whitworth. Tonight, this police body Cam footage showing the frantic moments. After a teacher tackled. A pit bull in an Oklahoma elementary school. It ran into the playground. We're about thirty students were outside for recess a week ago, Monday while hip. While the kids four, maybe. It said they were with an dozen children were injured five taken to the hospital by ambulance. Eight year old Alexander Puentes bit in the leg. And you would like. But light he got rough. The fighting. This case slip down. Officers. Finally able to leash the pit bull and lead it out of the school tonight. The dog being held by animal control police still looking for its owner, David all of those children are going to be. Okay. Officials think the pit bull got onto school grounds through a gate that had been left open. David hurricane a Whitworth tonight. Qena, thanks. There is an alarming new headline about that mystery outbreak affecting children spreading across the country. The CDC tonight confirming one hundred sixteen cases now in thirty one states. They're investigating one hundred seventy more cases as we've reported here. It can start like the common cold and the rare conditions brings on polio. Like symptoms, partial paralysis among them. Here's ABC's aerial Russia tonight growing concern tonight over that rare. But mysterious illness striking mainly children, the number of cases of acute flaccid, my lightest or FM nearly doubling in just the last month. It can start like the common cold, but lead to polio like symptoms like paralysis and trouble. Breathing. Eight year old tahi Toya, I had a sinus infection then lost strength in his left. Arm tall. He had a GP face. He lost his core straight. So he was unable to sit without assistance. There is no cure for a FM and half of patients don't fully recover, but tahi tonight is getting stronger after a cutting edge surgery that moved healthy nerves from his rib to his arm micro surgically. What we're doing is disconnecting nerve from one muscle and tunneling it to a new target and David the best hope for success of that surgery is within the first eighteen months of diagnosis. Experts say the chances of getting a FM one in a million, but the CDC is now tracking this closely. David we'll stay on at aerial. Thank you. We're also following a development involving that Boeing jet that crashed the lion air jet that plunged into the Java. Sea data now from a black box pulled from the seven seven wreckage revealing a fatal tug of war really between the Indonesian crew and an. Automatic Boeing safety system with the computer putting the jet nose down while the pilots were trying to pull up more than two dozen times before the crash. Authorities say they should have shut off that system all one hundred eighty nine on board were killed. There is still much more head on world news tonight. This Tuesday, the father eager to reveal the gender of the baby coming and the disaster. The follow the dad fiery and his target to reveal. There was a lawyer a girl at Denic knighted massive wildfire that grew quickly the new image coming in tonight, the selfie sent back from bars. After NASA, scientists stuff the landing new entities coming in just tonight. And you might have heard about this today. Tonight, we hear from the embarrassment and the first time he ever went hang gliding. But the instructor forgot to attach the safety harness tonight. He describes how he tore up by Seth and much more. How he held on for dear life. Credited. You see headlines across your screen all day, but you're busy. What do you need to know? What's actually shaping your world? I'm Brad milkey from ABC news and every morning we start here. It was extraordinarily for us. Watching here in Singapore is ABC's new daily podcast a handful of stories just twenty minutes director Comey. Thanks for being with us. Newsmakers smart reporting taking you straight to the heart of the story started here. Listen for free on apple podcasts or your favorite podcast app. Extradite here. We hear from the American who went on his first hang gliding ride. But the instructor forgot to attach the passengers harness GIO Benitez on the man who broke his wrist and tore his bicep while trying to survive. To go. Chris gerski of Florida New his first hang glide and Switzerland would be memorable. But not like this. He and his instructor takeoff. Only to realize he is not attached to the glider. He's holding on for dear life one hand on the bar the other tightly around that instructor survival mode. I just lacked on and held on his heart as I could the instructor tries to make an emergency landing, but he can't control it. The glider just goes higher and higher. Gerski starts losing his grip the instructor grabs gerski hand. All while flying the glider with one hand, I didn't have much grip left to me at all. My hand was opening. I was slipping I had his pant leg that was about it. I thought to myself this is it I'm gonna fall to my dad. I'm goner finally the instructor gets that glider closer to the ground and gerski. Let's go breaking his wrist and David gerski, also tore his bicep from holding on the Swiss hang gliding association is now investigating David fetishistic. Incredible or geo thinks we're glad he's alive and well to the index of the news and that developing headline in the search for a missing teen. We have reported on here. The FBI confirming a body has now been found in North Carolina in the search for thirteen year old Honda Augie lar- missing for three weeks now after she was abducted in front of her Lumberton home. The gross family has been notified tonight. But authorities have not confirmed the identity newly released video tonight of a father revealing the gender of their baby on the way in Arizona when terribly wrong, he's an off-duty border agent. Instead of a target in the foothills south of Tucson firing at it. You see the blue smoke, but it started be massive sawmill wildfire that burned forty five thousand acres that dad has pleaded guilty to a misdemeanor agreeing to pay more than two hundred thousand dollars in restitution, a passing to report tonight, Stephen hill. Enberg the creator of SpongeBob squarepants has died after a battle with Lou Gehrig's disease or LS, the EMMY winning cartoon series launched in nineteen ninety nine between the iconic character and his undersea world he has revived by a wife and son hill and Berg was fifty seven. And the new selfie. Justin tonight from the surface of Mars NASA, releasing this image from the insight Lander taken from a camera mounted to the robotic arm. Scientists will now determine the best place to dig in to the red planet. Stay tuned funding tonight here the kindergartner waiting to greet everyone in the morning. He's America strong. A little encouragement from MRs slapper. This is how her kindergarten class greet each other every morning the first student there. She points to the fist-bump. Go ahead. Fishburne? Lying waiting for that morning greeting this time from five year old Colin Baker the next student. She picks a hug, then another hug so many wanted hugs and look at this one student picks hug and doesn't wait. She hooks Colin I. Colin giggles, as the hugs keep coming to school in birchwood, Wisconsin posting their morning greeting on their Facebook page, more than six million views already column has down syndrome. He's been blamed in that class like every other student his teacher telling us, she hopes, the daily small, simple, gesture of friendship and kindness. 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"It's Monday February fourth. No, I don't know about whiting shoe polish off my face. Do you start here? The governor of Virginia says that wasn't me. This was me. I had the shoes I had a glove, and I used us a little bit of shoe polish. How Ralph north and lost nearly every ally he had over the weekend. These were the biggest protest we've seen in Venezuela. But this defection might be even bigger people feel vicious coming the US DOE has another card to play to. We'll tell you what it is. And the details have made it seem like a sideshow drugs world and jalapeno cans. But today the jury gets the case perhaps the biggest drug case in American east. From ABC news. This is start here. I'm Brad milkey. Are you hiring with indeed you can post a job in minutes set up screener questions than zero in on your shortlist of qualified candidates using an online dashboard get started today at indeed dot com slash podcast. That's indeed dot com slash podcast. Ever since he won the Virginia governor's race in twenty seventeen. Ralph Northam has been this kind of poster child for Democrats running in southern states Virginia has told us to end the divisiveness that we will not condone hatred and bigotry his opponent at Gillespie leaned hard into illegal immigration, he called Northam soft opponents called Gillespie racist. So for Democrats. It was vindication when he won. But in the last couple of weeks north had become vulnerable. There was a very contentious committee hearing yesterday in a radio interview with our affiliate W T, O P, north them, doctor and pediatric neurologist whose asked about a new law that would ease requirements for abortions in the third trimester. The infant would be delivered the infant would be kept comfortable the infant would be resuscitate. If if that's what the mother and the family desired, and then a discussion would ensue between the physicians and the Muller. Conservatives were furious with north team said he was misunderstood. So that's not great. But on Friday Ralph northeast world began to implode. There are some mistakes in life that are just disqualifier 's we all on governor Northampton signed you wanna put in the work boy long road to healing. I'm glad do it from outside the mansion to let's take you straight to Richmond Virginia were ABC Zachary quiche has been camped out since that all started to go down Zachary just help us out here along the time line. How did this all go down? The Virginian pilot finds his yearbook photo this was a yearbook not from high school not from undergrad. But specifically from his time in medical school. And the the photo shows a man would appears to be two men standing there. One of them is in a a KKK garb the person standing next to that gentlemen is somebody in face. So dr. Doc, black could be paint could be shoe polish all over the face, right? What's important here in the link to the governor is that this particular photo was part of a collection of photos on the governor's own yearbook page, so which one is Ralph Northam, then is it the guy in black face or the guy in the KKK hood? That's the big question. And so what we heard from the governor on Friday was essentially ah level of accountability. That one of those people was him. He didn't say which one was him. But he did take ownership. He took ownership in a way that suggested, hey, that's me. That's not who I am anymore. I'm apologizing and I want to try to move forward. Then on Saturday. They announced they're going to have a two-thirty press conference inside the governor's mansion. So he comes out. We're good afternoon. Thank you all for being here pleases in you on kind of explanation about his past. What happened? I am not and will not excuse the content of the photo of it was a -fensive racist and despicable. When my staff showed me the photo in question yesterday. I was seeing it for the first time, and he tells that purchase is come to the determination that no it's not actually him. But I believe then. And now that I am not either of the people in that photo. So he's giving this long explanation. I saw tally came to determination that this was not him. Of course, big question marks there. Then he goes into saying. Well, I I know in fact that it wasn't me because I do remember dressing in black face during one point in my life. I dressed up in a. What's the thing? Michael Jackson, excuse me. That's why I have Pam with me being involved in some kind of Michael Jackson dance competition in how he had his white glove, and he had his shoes and he had the black face paint. And I use just a little bit of shoe polish to put under my all, my cheeks, and the reason I used a very little bit is because I don't know if anybody's ever tried that, but you cannot get shoe polish off. But before were just wasn't holding water. That's what I'm trying to figure out right? Because for this argument to be plausible that means in med school, your yearbook publishes a photo under your name of two people. That are not you one of them's in black face, the others in KKK gear like Zachary. I don't care how long it's been. If my yearbook did that I would always remember that like it would not take me two days at a bunch of phone calls to remember if my yearbook made that mistake, Brad. Let's be honest. Nobody nobody would own that. If there was any doubt. Now, if the governor would have come out on Friday and said, this is not me. And I stand by that. That's my word, we would be having entirely different conversation. But he he t took responsibility bread. He took responsibility. Well, that's the thing. Because if he wasn't that photo, I think there would be those who would say you've got to resign. You're disqualified from this position. But others could make the case, it's not. Unforgivable like show me what you've done over the last thirty five years show me some contrition. So what is the conversation now that he's just flat denied it? The governor has lost all his allies around here. I mean, it's really difficult to find anybody who siding with him in protecting him. Big name Democrats have distanced themselves from the governor and asked him to resign immediately. Among those Hillary Clinton, Joe Biden, six of the eight democratic presidential nominees including Kamala Harris in Cory Booker, the Congressional Black caucus. They say you gotta go. But even beyond politics Richmond is a majority black city. What what has this been like for people who support a northern racist part of our country's history? And when incidents like this happen. I think what you oftentimes find is these individuals become an outlet for the for for the kind of hurt and trauma and pain that people feel so this is opening up the broader conversation about race in this country in that conversation will keep going regardless of Northerns next move Zachary in front of the governor's mansion right now. Thank you. Thanks, brad. In many ways, January was a pretty rough month for President Trump came into the year in the midst of a government shutdown which only ended when he agreed to drop his demand, the Democrats allocate billions to a border wall. This is an opportunity for all parties to work together for the benefit of our whole beautiful wonderful nation, a majority of Americans still disapprove of his wall, even more disapprove of him as president. But there's one night every president gets to counteract all that one chance to speak on his own for as long as he wants with an absolutely gigantic audience one night to make a nationwide appeal that night is of course, tomorrow when President Trump will give his state of the union address. So how will he sees this moment? How is he laying the groundwork for it ABC's White House correspondent Tarapoto Mary spent the weekend traveling with the president in Florida. That's where she is now. And so is the border priority. Number one for the White House right now. What are they doing to sort of t- it up? For the president. Absolutely. They have less than two weeks until the current funding package. Runs out in the president is going to use a state of the union address to make his pitch again directly to the American people for border wall. We know that he did that with that prime time address is a humanitarian crisis a crisis of the heart and a crisis of the soul at this isn't even bigger platform. He teas that he would talk about the national emergency. And the idea of calling not to bypass congress to build the wall himself, you'll hear the state of the union, and then you'll see what happens right after the state of the union, he even wouldn't answer when asked if he would declare national emergency during the state of the union, but as we know from my reporting that a handful of congressional Republicans are against this move and Senate majority leader Mitch McConnell has warned him against the clearing national emergency. Saying it sets about precedent that the Democrats could use an future administration, and it could be legally challenged. You're the prison kind of faces this quandary tomorrow. Then right you build bridge. Ages with this wide audience, you know, get people on board or do you just, you know, play to your base? But terror that's not the only Fisher you've been noticing lately, you've got the president saying his Intel chief need to go back to school on Iran. You've got Republican senators saying he should not withdraw from Syria or Afghantistan, how does the White House respond? Well, the president seems to be wavering on how quickly he will be removing troops from Syria and Afghantistan, and it is interview with face the nation. He appeared to suggest that he would be willing to bring troops back to the region, if ISIS and the Taliban become a powerful again comeback if we have to we have very faster planes. We have very good cargo planes. We can come back very quickly. And so it seems that his solution of withdrawing troops isn't actually permanent solution. He said we have bases there. We can send troops right back. Tear will leave it there? And we'll see you back in DC for the big night. Thank you. You're welcome. Brad. Next up on start here. The US tried everything to remove nNcholas Maduro for has it. Is it still a struggle to get that good night's sleep? Then maybe it's time to try the purple mattress. It's made out of a new material that keeps it firm and soft so keeps everything supported while still feeling really comfortable. Try it now with a one hundred night risk-free trial along with free shipping and returns. And if you order one, you'll get a free purple pillow with the purchase of a mattress just text ABC two four seven four seven four seven the only way to get the three pillow is to text ABC two four seven four seven four seven. Message and data rates may apply when it comes to hiring. You don't have time to waste you need help getting to your shortlist of qualified candidates fast. That's why you need indeed dot com. Get started today at indeed dot com slash podcast. That's indeed dot com slash podcast. When the Trump administration saw widespread protests against its nemesis, nNcholas Maduro in Venezuela. The US became the first big nation to say this. This is the moment. No going back. Now, the United States supports the courageous decision. By one Guadagno, the president of your national assembly to assert that bodies constitutional powers declare Maduro a usurper and call for the establishment of a transitional government. That's tantamount to basically endorsing a coup. Right. We're telling everyone banks military members Madero is an illegitimate. President escort him out the door several countries though, we're not so eager France. And some others said we wanna see new elections, if you don't hold those new elections in eight days, we are recognizing Widodo as well that deadline passed last night and Saturday in Caracas, we saw the biggest protests we have seen so far ABC senior foreign correspondent, Ian panel. Was there as it happened? His now traveled back across the border to Boghetta Columbia. And so in you've been in several countries when a government has been overthrown did this feel like one of those countries? Yeah. You know, it's really haunting put your finger on. But it's it's that kind of. Yes, sometimes you get nothing slight tingling feeling in the end of your finger little pulse of electricity. That sense that something something is happening. There is an air of hope in the better. And the who the gray the way American fade, which is something that many people in Venezuela fill that they've been denied for a long time. And the words on people's lips out of the woods. I've heard for example in Afghanistan. This was after the Taliban fell is so much uncertainty here in Afghanistan now, but one thing is certain since the fall of the Taliban women here have made incredible progress or when president Wilson vich was overthrown while many dropback because of the tear gas. This is the moment of triumph. Ching. Mission freedom and liberty on the ground often is less spectacular. And people just involves people going out onto the street and doing as they won't. I'm not felt driving back of his moped. Would you all these people on Saturday pouring out of their homes, and I really felt that sense in the ad that people feel vicious coming. However, unlike there's other countries it hasn't happened yet. And even in addition to the protest in we saw several developments right Madero did not announce new presidential elections, but he did announce new parliamentary elections will take place soon. He hasn't lost many big name generals. But an air force leader did come out and publicly denounce him. So I mean, what options are left what else is out there? Yeah. I mean, the obvious way is people hungry. People are starving and people dying needlessly from illnesses that they can no longer treat because there is no medicine. We wins into a pharmacy in Caracas and the shows are practically bad, and it was full of the cons of medicines. You frankly, have never heard of people are desperate full that. So the United States has announced together with one Guido, the opposition leader seems to be this this humanitarian relief operation. Well, that means essentially food and medicine or the three million Venezuelans of now abandoned their beloved country. And if things don't get better another two million are expected to follow them before the year is health. What that's designed for of Kohl's to relieve the suffering. But it's also to try and persuade the people suffering the most who currently still supposing it Madero to jump ship and instead join together with the opposition. But here's the problem, logistically, how do you do it who's going to hand out the eight on the ground logistically and legally, how'd you cross over those borders, whether it c- land or Air Inter Venezuela. If you're American, and if they're just go ahead, and do it does that count as a breach of some kind of territorial integrity. I think many people will be asking questions about how legal that is that it's an panel in Bogota Colombia, Andy, and I know several foreign journalists were arrested in Venezuela over the last week. Glad you're safe. Thank you. Yeah. Thanks, brad. Metoo? The last year. New York City is a me resident named Joaquin Guzman. You might know him as El Chapo king escaping prison multiple times most recently tunneling out of a Mexican jail that escape route starting beneath his shower a ladder, dropping him thirty feet into a well lit ventilated tunnel, three months ago, El Chapo began. What became this landmark trial will later today twelve American jurors are expected to get that case, and they will decide how this all ends ABC's. Erin Katersky is on our investigative team has been in that Brooklyn courtroom, many many times. So Aaron catch us up. What does this case look like according to federal prosecutors? L us at genius, and he became the leader of the Sinoloa cartel because he was so good, basically, logistics. It seems commonplace now to think about drugs squirrelled in jalapeno cans or in crates of plastic bananas. But those are the kinds of things that I'll chop actually thought up. We'll so I think the overwhelming assumption right now on a Monday morning is that jurors are to find this guy guilty, right? Like, you think of Tuffy you think there's a guy who who got his henchmen a tunnel out of a Mexican prison. So in what world do these jurors, not find him guilty or not come to verdict? Well, the defense says they take issue with the allegations. They've tried to argue that he is the victim of conspiracy by other drug defendants to set him up to take the fall, and they've tried to attack the credibility of the witnesses all fifty three of them that the prosecution put up by saying, these guys are criminals and they've themselves. Our drug traffickers, and and his henchmen. Why would you believe them as they try to so reasonable doubt? But it was always going to be an uphill climb. Brad to defend somebody like El Chapo because as jurors have heard. They're his own words, either in text messages or handwritten notes or even in an interview with Sean Penn for Rolling Stone where he all, but concedes he is the world's biggest and most lucrative drug trafficker, not to be a big bad guy. Christopher I was worried that. Well, so I remember I remember watching the sopranos, right? Like stick with me here. Because I remember thinking this show is going to do kind of what Americans always do with gangsters like we venerate them. Right. We think about this incredible world that they inhabit. But with the made that show interesting to me was they actually portrayed these people as there was a harsh reality there. Right. Like, they were beating up innocent people. They were just taking over towns and ruining lives of people in Mexico. You've had people venerate drug lords there for a long time. So so what is the shop Agoos Mon that is seen in the world right now. And does this trial affect you? Even have the guy who played him in narcos, come to the courtroom to view. He was there the proceedings for a day. Sure. Having him that blows. It shook me it. It's teaming dated by these are the things of scripted drama with mistresses and spying on women. There was a darker underbelly to all of this. According to recently unsealed court records goose mon- liked to have sex with underage girls. He called them his vitamins because he believed according to a witness that having sex with young girls gave him vitality. And if you listen to federal drug agents who have tracked him for years, they say there is no bigger criminal in the modern era than El Chapo, not Osama bin Laden, not any other terrorist. There is no one responsible for more American deaths than Joaquin Guzman over the last several decades in the prosecution and defense have each made their closing arguments. The jury should get it later today. Aaron thanks for being here. Thank you. The National Football League welcomes you to the Pepsi Super Bowl fifty three halftime show. And will last thing if you were watching the Super Bowl halftime show. You might have been grooving to moon five. With all of a sudden the video cuts to a cartoon. Jane, we why was this in the Super Bowl halftime show. And this is like a classic episode of SpongeBob. And this is a classic song. Any fan would recognize. Producer. Kelli Tarez who mmediately knew what was happening because she's a young money. Okay. But why was SpongeBob in the halftime show? Because after SpongeBob creator, Stephen hill and Burke died there was a change dot org campaign that started by SpongeBob fans to get this song from this classic episode of SpongeBob called band. Geeks to be aired during foremost. Song is called sweet victory. And in the cartoon, there's this underwater marching band all of a sudden they're in a bubble. That's like a dome, and this cute idea was all fun games until last week. Maroon five put out this promo video that had SpongeBob flash. Across the screen. The voice of Squidward tweeted that he was gonna make a presence on the on Super Bowl Sunday. That was the voice you heard break in last night. No. If you SpongeBob fans must have been site, right? I am disappointed. We've been speckled. Oh, I've not even a word. I agree with you. That's right. The only people who actually understood this reference. The actual SpongeBob squarepants fans. They were just mad. You were going to do it. Why do the beginning of the song? Why not do like the chorus? There's something you want to think. Superbowl ads are measured in millions of dollars or second. Right. Maroon five is squeezing every Sunday can in thirteen minutes. So even four seconds is a decent review. But fans would say this was like asking for free bird, and then just getting sound from the tune-up and Kelly's not alone here within minutes. There was already a change dot org. Petition to get the real thing. Next year. And now, I'm just picturing what artists I most wanted to play SpongeBob. Like Drake would do it. Right or post Malone like he'd be down start here. Tomorrow just hit subscribed. If you've never given us a rating and review before today is today as any you guys. 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... And Chill! on Siren Radio: Episode 51 - Special Guest Lynz Crichton

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... And Chill! on Siren Radio: Episode 51 - Special Guest Lynz Crichton

"Radio seven point three. You're listening to siren radio. It's ten o'clock on your Monday evening. Muslims Valentine means he's at that time of the week again. It's time to sit back relax and chill of a wonderful guest in the studio with tonight's but I'll introduce Ross after this this is lionhearted and then to bow say fail and who to <hes> how if you tell me here the fine even if it takes ah who does and how whose line and if you do to me <music> the <music> yeah <music> <music> <music>. You're listening to siren radio. It's just gone ten o'clock on your Monday evening. I was sitting back relaxing and chilling out celebrating. The fact that you'll Monday is almost over and choose day is on its way. I've been up since five twenty this morning and I'm taking it through it. Till midnight. Bursts thankfully for my sleep. At least I'm not alone for the next fifty five minutes. Also I'm going to be joined by the wonderful local artist Lynn's CRICHTON and she's here in the studio with me now Lynn's Linda. How're you doing really well? Thank you very much. Thank you for having me. It's a pleasure to have you in the studio and I said look lots. You have all the way from nauseam this evening. Yeah I sneaked over the border. I hope that's okay. Nobody's going to arrest me when I try and escape or something. I'm sure Lincoln locals will take you as one of their sweet so so for people who may have not heard of you. You've got a huge social media following. I've gotTa admit AH FOR PEOPLE WHO may not have heard of Lynch crowded. Give us your wikipedia page. Oh my gosh my wikipedia. I that's a great first question what what would be on my wikipedia page so yes. I'm Lynn's I am based in Nottinghamshire sure I'm I'm kind of indie folk musician. <hes> obviously right my own tunes I write songs for other people as well and I have my beloved Crichton clan following me and the the type of music that I right so I'm super lucky I love that. I'm one of your social media pages. There's a buyer fear that reads and I'm GonNa read it word for if Ed Sheeran Katie tunstall came round for Sunday lunch and they shared recipes it would sound like spring to lump sum Lily Allen Style cheeky lyrics and harmonies and Larry Toll Up with a loop Lupu pedal boom. You've got Lynn's Christ and music. I totally stand by that. I think that's a great description. I love it yeah. I'm I'm a huge fan of Katie tunstall just her sassine us the rookie edge bit. That's the bit of her that I love obviously at sheerness cool because he has guitar in place June's and rights awesome song lyrics the Lily Allen thing is the little bit of ood the the waspish humor sometimes that comes to lyrics and I love that when I you know I do that often if somebody asks me to write a song personally song of them a lot of the time there they found me through I don't know facebook video or something like that and they found a particular bit of a lyric or something that they've resonated she'd with all connected with whatever and eight that human element that they like. I think so that's why I like those artists and why there's what yeah when whenever I write songs I try and have a mishmash of that in what I right now. We're going to talk more about your songwriting and everything to do with Lind Lynn's CRICHTON performer as the show goes on but I think it's time that we have the listener a little bit of a tester of what you're all about so what's your first song this evening so the first song is called back together and it is literally a brilliant song to start with because I is where it all started for me musically. It's the first song that I wrote when I decided to professionally get back into music and and it's the song that I would probably say so far. Most of my following listen to it's been the most successful on social thousand on first because some thousand views the music video our allies to tell you about that later but that was a real cool thing to the due to shoot that music video so special but yeah this is a song back together well. We're going to take a listen now. If you want to get into it with the show give limbs of shout out say how will your enjoying hopefully episode you can get in in touch with his audible seven nine seven eight hundred seven one six audible seven nine seven eight hundred seven one six. That's the number to text in on at Sarin F._M.. On twitter SIREN RADIO THEY WANNA seven three on facebook or go to our website silent online dot co Dot U._k.. Lynn's CRICHTON is live on siren radio with bank together. <music> in falls and the stars realize bag hold you in my mom. Zone wouldn't be Lemme drink. You'll make up of coffee Z.. Such tells me in my <hes> I bro I U.. S. maxed out. You pull me back together. I chance the tie you poon on me back to this soon. Can you hear my voice is impossible for the so fail overwhelmed by the always think of you never miss one <music>. Love is always I brew. Ooh I maxed me backed. I danced dance. The tie you give <music> Siren radio weather music you love lives. He'll listening to siren radio. That was that Lynn's Crichton with a son of evening back together continuing on now with Katie tone still hold on the shiny alright hero but I think you know that just the fire burning question. There is the light suicide thank you you get ready to go hand young so the names thousand Sir Yeah what mm-hmm tunstall hold on. You're listening to a siren radio. My Name's Valentine. I've got Lynn's Crichton in the studio with me all the way from Nottingham but you found a new home here in Lincoln this evening thing A._M.. Very comfortable here in my chair I am enjoying myself. We will check it earlier off air about the fact that I was telling you about how Lincoln's music scene is thriving Lincoln city that you would be interested in informing in one day. Gosh I totally I would love to I. I have been to Lincoln only once before I am ashamed to say it was with my husband on a lovely we can break. I was genuinely blown away by how good you say is here. How friendly the people like I mean look I only live over the border but I mean it's so nice to come away and have a lovely historic place to come into chill out the weekend? I would definitely come for the music stuff as well and we'll go the Christmas market this weekend so you'll have well you know Jay Tricky Self Becker for that. I hear it super busy though yes ferry before I get into all of that limbs let's talk about. Let's talk about you and when you I decided I realized that you were former because you were a euro teacher. I was in my in my previous life yeah so I was a secondary school teacher for about only getting for ten years. I think I taught languages French Germany telling in Spanish. Can you believe yeah and I loved it but I I kind of always knew that it wasn't my absolute calling and I was I've always been musical but I never the thought that I could make a career of it because I've always been told you know unless you get found when you seventeen eighteen it's kind of a all over at rover and so I started a music I call it the wrong side of thirty some would say that's the right side of thirty but anyway and yeah I I was told don't write about family. Don't write about being a mother. Nobody wants to listen to that. Well actually the next song that I'm GonNa play. He was called a small things and it is very essence of who I am telling the gatekeepers Komo I'll do it my way and this is from your latest EP Hashtag. We met this it is and if people WANNA find out more about that welcome the working with head over to my website Lynn's CRICHTON DOT com so that's L. Y.. C. R. I. C. H.. T. O. and there is a C.. Hate in the middle of CRICHTON. I feel like I have to spell it out for people every time just because it's Celtic tomfoolery spelling but head over to the website pop your email address in I will send you to an exclusive digital bundle with a new song lyrics a picture of my face. If you really want want and ringtone of the song I just played for you back together as well and you can join in on the next CRICHTON CLAN EP project which starting in January awesome stuff now. Let's hear this next song when the small things live on siren radio this is Lind's CRICHTON <music> the movies possess the end the G. around three. I think the brands <music> food stabs and I remember there were two. How did I not noticed that in both of my how the Super Cal Fragile Listrik no legal? It's goes off lease now. Mommy's go son is shining. Life is the things that Matt <music> Paul rich in my hand thinks live SME- Brown drying void breakdown sits Gen definitely Super Gala Fragile Realistic Dame owning let that go son issue this six joy this things long only things that Matt Things Meta Siren what I seven point three visitors silent online Tokaido Yucai. Let's keep things going with a little bit of Lucy's Franken. We don't know what's coming next. <music> streams impractical fears between everything nothing two weeks traveling free thinking on this glow in came and Samba connects to be happy and skin I have I'm just the same and twenty three from the next few thank you will come on up the stronger so I don't have a I'm just saying they'll be wines. Bans this place for the long long confirm they <hes> won't be twenty three again. Oh Oh <music> you're listening to siren radio. Muslims kyw Valentine and it's just gone with nearly half past ten on the yield shoe Monday evening Tuesday. Hey I'm throwing the week away already. I've still got list Crichton in the studio and Lynn's crisis idea listening to and chill. We are getting ready to go live on facebook as well L. S.. If you WANNA go to our facebook page Radio One oh seven three all you know tune in after the fact that you can watch video of the next performance the next suddenly you're going to perform lens as it's called the circus circus and there's some very special about this track as it was released today Israelis this morning so yeah super exciting. This is actually a song is kind of a sound track to to a book that was also released today as well hidden colors so a friend of mine is an author and she this is her second book and when I read the first book called all the tomorrow's there's a bit the back of the I was blown own away by the story of the first book to be fair but at the back of that book there is like the little bit of blurb for the next book and I read through and I just thought gosh all this imagery coming to mind about refugees and <hes> the crisis that we had a few years ago and the image of the boy that washed up on shore <hes> and I know we've had some more of it in the last week as well so it's actually quite timely really but yeah. I just thought I've got I've got wrong about this and I sent it to my friend and she was like Oh my gosh that's going to be perfect soundtrack to the book so they've been released at the same day together kind of together so people can listen to the song while they start reading the first chapter or just listen to the song that's fine into fast incredible and this music they song can be found on my band camp site so if you just Google Crichton. I'm pretty sure it'll come up. The song's called the circus but it's on my band camp store as well. Let's take a listen Zain Lind's Chrysler with circus. It was released today. You're listening to siren radio quiet on on the streets of Berlian Zillow. It is waiting for the crowd. It's come back again. Lighting climbing I the learn means of trip Dow PA. Nobody knows is trembling is in the UH when the strikes the seven the <hes> Cra beds spring INS alive. They don't consider there hold on the year. When the circus comes <hes> circus come bombs <hes> there who is the live bowed ceiling trigeminal c. an escape in the home full of war and certain the Northstar Mukamba's umbrella Hamas too few it should way you wound nyum to be pursued to win the Clark Strike Zia seven the? The ED group at Spring Ins why they don't consider there on the Yeah Jovan when the circus coombes dude <music> when scum winless circus win this come to cercas comes when the circus comes to Siren one seven point three circus by Lynn's CRICHTON. It's out today. Eh go to her band camp for more INFO on that but we're continuing up now. Linda is going to be with us for one final. Sung up next it's Eva Cassidy and Kathy Sung stay tuned to Siren Radio <music> <music> software <music> distracted my thoughts <music> and watch the job so <hes> we we geico there before the grace <music> <music> Kathy Song Eva Cassidy. You're listening to Siren Karen Radio. I've still got Lynn's Crichton in the studio with me. Enjoy new time on the show surfer. I'm having a lovely time. I hope the listeners are having a nice time to I hope they are. You're listening to Siren xiren radio Monday Valentine. This is an chill. If you're a first time listener maybe a fan of Lindsey I mean you've got twenty three thousand followers on twitter. Have you been stalking males well. I call it research yeah yeah. They're all I love. I worked very hard on twitter. I enjoy being on twitter because I can. I can have like that direct connection with people which I can't do quite as easily on facebook and instagram and stuff I mean Nike can but I like having direct our conversations about music with the twitter followers and stuff so yeah it's been it's been growing pace. It's been it's been good. That's what my Crichton clan resides generally and one thing that I found really interested about us that you right bespoke songs for for fans feels of people who did how did that come about Oh. How did that come about to be honest? I think somebody asked me to write a song for them in the first. I think that's silly silly question yeah. I haven't really considered it before and then yeah I started well the solemn about to play for you as well is kind end of a personal I sung the person of written it for doesn't actually knew that I've done it yet but <hes> but generally people they seek me out and say look I'm getting married. <hes> and I want to song written about our story something to walk down the aisle. Oh two or our first dance of written songs for an only a couple of weeks ago. I had somebody facebook message me saying it's really sad. My grandpa has just passed away. His funeral is on such and such date but I've just seen your video on facebook can. Can you write a song for my GRANDPA. That's like that is going to be happy song. We don't want it to be sad you want. It's be a bit tongue in cheek and I said of course I'll send you my inspiration form which is a loaded questions that people can answer to help me to write the song for them so it's about memories of that person and what they meant to them and the next minute she said don't worry I've thought about it already. My phone started going Ping Ping Ping Ping with all these messages of your memories that she had so the song image wrote itself but yeah I write songs for all sorts of love different reasons and whatever but it's one of the things I absolutely love doing nice. It's my happy place. That's really cool now. You released your <hes> your first EP so your second EP Hashtag. We made this earlier this year and it was really successful. You know you've got your your CRICHTON. Clan involved in the process of putting altogether and that's what you want to do for your next ep yes so why stunned for as proudly independent artists. Is this direct musician. I don't like calling them fans because it sounds like it's not equal to me. Everybody is a friend of mine that likes music and I want to have this direct contact with them. So whenever I write about a body of work or Bank of songs I generally what we did last time as I emailed a rough video demo of each song Po Week to the crying clan at the end of sort of ten weeks ten songs or something and then they went and voted on the ones that they like best and those are the ones that we put onto the EP and so I'm starting another project in January. I don't know what we're going to call it yet. What the CRICHTON plumber decide I guess so I've written again another bank of songs and each week starting from the first week in January? I'm going to be sending out a video demo of the songs and at the end of six weeks ten weeks long it takes the CRICHTON clem again have a bunk of songs to vote on they vote on the artwork that goes on vote on what it's called. They can even say look I. I really think you should write a song about this because this is going on a lot in the world right now and I think young people need to hear it whatever is so yeah try and get the Crime Glenn involved as much as possible cool and the final song that you're GonNa play for us this evening is the final song is called extra time and what's what was the background for the right so this someone how much just gone I had some friends round and we got chatting. There's two ladies who actually worked for the N._H._S.. So this song is kind of a shoutout anybody who works for the N._H._S.. Anybody who's in healthcare anybody who saves our Bacon every day the week and we sometimes take for granted he shouldn't. She told me of a story when she was training to be a medic she was going to catch a train from Edinburgh station Monday to go meet her husband for the weekend or husband be they went Marie Dan and unfortunately when she got to the station she saw a man on the platform and he was having a cardiac arrest and in the nanosecond where she run over to help him. She realized that there were tons of people stepping over him to to get to the train so she gave him C._p._R.. Cool the ambulance and she even got into the ambulance and took him to hospital just to make sure that he was okay and then she went offer her weekend and on the way back to go studying university. She went back the hospital just to double. Check US okay. 'cause you know when people are in healthcare. They want to check that. Let patients are okay right so she went into the hospital and the family was around the bed. Thankfully the guy was in recovery. He was okay he made a great recovery and later the became friends and she later invited this man to her wedding and as a gift Ho I'm getting almost year a gift. The gifty gave her at the wedding was a watch and inscribed on the back of the what she said. Thanks for giving me extra time so I thought after right song but that so did so it's going to be one of the songs that's on the well. It's going to be in the vote for the next EP so <hes> yeah. This is called extra timing us where he came from incredible story. Let's hear it extra time violins CRICHTON. You're listening to Siren Radio <music> <music> the full day back when Mohawk packed in Soma Lip Switzer him Lou who I still don't dare to think what I have done thou- people rush instep Begnaud me they all have somewhere else to be. He stopped busy life and became by Genn got to seem small pre. She won four <music> to remind do you you did by saving this live among my you me Straw <music> now wedding dress day. 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It's coming up to eleven o'clock beheading to Sky News Center but don't worry I'll be back after the news taking up to midnights celebrate in the fact the Mondays almost over and Tuesday is on its way and he's been fantastic have in Linz Crichton in the studio with me this evening for the first hour of the show. Have you enjoyed your time. I'm on the show. I've had such a little time. Thank you so much to Yucai and Siren F._M.. And all the listeners for having me. I hope you have been entertained. A call believe where was that really our first is bunkers either. I just said that we not even scratched the surface of the songs. We've got exactly what I was about to say which means that will definitely going to have to have you back on the New Year sometime to talk some more and more songs and we'll saying about maybe playing a few more of the personalized ones that would be super superfund. I'd love to share some of those. Where can people find out more about you you new song out today? Yes new song today so the new song is only available on the back on my band comes store so if you go to band camp I don't know if people particularly or a favor this band camp dot com type in my name Linda Crichton all releases will come up but if you struggling you can just go straight to my website which is easier Lynn's CRICHTON DOT com and it has got my merchandise store on their the we made this song releases you can have a physical CDs digital downloads and you can also join the CRICHTON Klein. I want people as many people as possible to join in the CRICHTON climb because we're starting the next EP project in January and I want people got to get involved with the music that we make want people to tell me what they like what they dislike vote on things. It's going to be fun. GET INVOLVED LYNN'S CRICHTON DOT com. That's the place to go. You're listening to radio. Thank thank you very much for joining me tonight. Ladies Find US on facebook. Just says the Siren Radio Lincoln. 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There's something about you ziff though whole world who's watching not students with you job as and Bowels Didi <music> the only truth we thing comes back still make me when you walk in the butterflies they come out. Galvani next to you know the only true faith thing goes back saw the facts. Don't you just hit Mondays the weekend deserve and you have another stressful week ahead well. Unfortunately we can't change this but what we can do is give you a top cleanse evening at entertainment and choose to a wine too so join me kyw Valentine and a musical guest from from the local Larry every Monday from ten pm until midnight on Siren Radio as we sit back relax and share siren radio fire in fresh sound Lincoln Ah online mobile this is Siren Radio Lincoln Siren Radio Siren Radio fresh sound Lincoln. You're listening to end chill just going eleven o'clock on Monday evening. Gosh I need some sleep play the track <music> child counting sheep <music> but there's one man <music> Scott <music>. Tom Annoys keeps round. It just got <music> aw it feels like deals from Shrek. Two is becoming a little bit of a theme song or running theme mm for the show. You're listening to and she'll siren radio. I was a weight this morning at twenty past five for work. That's one of the things about community radio. Is You know we're we're all volunteers here at siren and that means this around. What will you know it's called the real world helps and that does need? I getting up at twenty past five for retail job during Christmas market week but I'll tell you Lincoln's Lincoln's lovely. I'm really looking forward to Christmas bucket. I'll show you are too in all seriousness. It is going to be really busy week for everyone here. It'll lincoln the Christmas market starts on Thursday until Sunday Sunday at another many places will be open later. I works open. 'til later and they bring a great atmosphere to the town and our chance to show the tourists of Lincoln. What what are beautiful? The city is all about so. Let's not dream that the week is over quite yet but we will dream that the that the night is over very soon because as much as you all love air my <hes> my soothing tones uh-huh you fall asleep daily ready for bed some pretty show you will we will be too but next is crowded house. Don't dream it's over. Stay tuned to Siren Radio. This is an absolute classic. Nothing this gets enough appreciation with freedom. You try to catch been <music> traveling uh-huh aw yeah brewer <music> <music> Hill Billy Claire Ah <music> jury Mitts over by crowded house nine nine minutes fast eleven on your Monday evening and one couple from from just outside of pizza for I believe that dream dreamt that it was over time gamma words out this evening was was a couple from just outside of patriots as I say they were on holiday in New York earlier this week. All the men newspapers have picked up this story as a man got down on his knee on one nation. I should've say to propose to his long-term girlfriend and then many that moments after she said yes he went and dropped the engagement ring down adrain in New York Times Square how I couldn't imagine a worst fairly you're going from the best moment in your life to possibly possibly the worst you'd never know <hes> you know they could have had a decent life. Ah No I've never see this again and the story goes and the reason the reason why we're gonNA give yourself because he does have a happy ending in us because <hes> N._y._p._d.. The New York Police Department got they saw this on this. I'm not sure how this works but I feel a little bit big brother. Ask about it. All they saw. This moment happened on the S._e._C. T._v.. They saw the couple drop. The engagement rague get very upset about Elsa and then realized that they can't get back because they can't get into the drain and they couldn't reach it and they gave up and they went home and they N._y._p._d.. Got Down to the seed ad they rescued the ring. They cleaned it up and they started took a viral twitter campaign had that took place all of this week of the trying to find the man and woman and it turns out. They were all the way from the U._K.. <hes> the clean dope and they got in touch with them via social social media <hes> all their friends to seek because let's face it. There's not many couples from the U._K.. who were in New York last week and drops in engagement ring down the drain was there but they got in touch? They got their ring back and yeah happily ever after sir. Ah Crowded House. Say Don't dream yourself your big to siren radio. I'm taking you up to midnight with some relaxing tunes and last week I asked you all to request some some songs for Our fiftieth episode of the show and we got so many requests in that we couldn't quite fit them all in a few of Florida onto this week and rob from Lincoln got in touch and said that he likes chill out anything by fleetwood MAC so this you rub man of the world you're listening to Siren Radio <music> <music> <music> Charlotte you <music> <music> shoe. You say you <music> <music> <music> fleetwood Mac man of the world try that I've never really come come across before but I really enjoyed. You're listening to siren radio. I've got relaxing jeans taking us up to that midnight hour Muslims Valentine wherever you are in Lincoln right now aura across the world listening on shoot in or radio play <hes> having a wonderful evening just gone quarter past eleven hopefully not had that of a day. I mean I've had a long day. I was in work at twenty five which I will keep saying that were 'cause. I'm putting across the fact that that's why my words getting all jumbled up. I did go home and have a nap and that's something that I'm trying to do now more when it comes to you know doing these leg shifts here at Siren is I'm going yeah. Let's go and have a nap for an hour but I find really I find it really hard to like sell down and one thing today was when I got into bed at about a half three this afternoon for for a little bit of a snooze thought to myself in. I'm I don't even that tired. I could could do without afternoon nap. I don't need sleep. I don't need to do that and then as now I will are false myself to have a sleep. I'll be like my mom when I was six years old holiday and we're going to see fill the clown in Beni Domke. You need to go home and get you sleep elsewhere if you don't have you nap then you don't get appeal tonight C.. Fill the clown yourself right. I'll do it. I'll do it went to sleep and then a work and I was even more tired when I woke up so I feel like the nap did worse for me but then when shower and we'll give you too many details but after the shower I felt much better a lot more refreshed but a cold water on your head and <hes> yeah yeah jobs are good before Anymore Yorkshire from hot carry on with the show you're listening to Cyrus radio and this band were reunited this weekend at the X.. Wchs factor finals is done other than take that when we were young is a melody from Medley Schiller say from one of my favorite albums. I'll talk more about it. After this Chew Gates Bologne ought do moulids just trying to love so the closure is don't chew for strive to say through your words world's Lynn scale stocks Sir <music> <music> come to see take the debit this other video the way Rosanno say. I has to be said she's rude. I see snow. It's so update so not show down <music> this we boy. She's <music> mm-hmm the he won't just won't for you. We've said we don't to his it sure but some do James do that was the when we were young. Medley from tech pats progress live album which I believe was recorded at one of their shows in Manchester probably on the two thousand ten tour I believe and the reason why pled that said that that was one of my I think I've told told the store on the show before but he's been was because I got given that album by few my friends in two thousand ten so we're talking eight years ago would live in fourteen forty. I can't do maths at Lisa yeah fourteen years old for Christmas. That was my Christmas present from feel. My friends was the tech that progress live album because they thought they were funny because they thought he likes that he he'll be really really embarrassed that we bought. We'll take that album. No I played it nonstop on on my xbox three sixty three speakers immi bedroom fake for years and years and I've still got the album now now now more Laura Streamer listen online and stuff but you know every so often. I'll go out C._D.. Open because he was just a great I I knew all the go to a point where now this is where I get my lame side. How you go to a point where I I was listening and I would I would I would listen to and I would know the words to all the songs but I would also know all their ad libs because of a live album was recorded at Manchester arena so I knew all their little little speeches inbetween? I wouldn't like recite them off by heart but I would. I'd Choi In imparts and before I get anymore carried away with myself. Let's carry on with tonight show. It's twenty three minutes past eleven on your Monday evening the reason why pled not that track as because they reunited with Robbie Williams at at the ex Pfizer life finals over the weekend now I've not been following the the whole series of X. factor popping in and out since the audition phase <hes> but he seems like the final was more successful than last year because if we're going by T._V.. Ratings I think he got five and a half million viewers which is a long cry. I from two thousand ten show say when mcardle one because that was seventeen point five million a year that one direction came third seventeen point five million tuned in for the <hes> live my final. We've got five point five million for the final this year which was half a million more than last year series and it seems like the fine because for years what's happened is the X.. Factor released their <hes> the the winner releases this song straight away after after the after the finalist completes and years. It's been a cover and it's one that's been trying to fight for that Christmas number one last via it was an original but it will the year before last it was original sorry but it was a Christmas song and then the last two years it's been the song that they traditionally sing with a special guest which has been released as a single and I think that is working better because it gives it gives the artists that little leg-up which they expect to doesn't have any more in my opinion anywhere you know we looked the days of the time when an x factor finalist was guaranteed to get number one in the chastise not the case anymore so if you put them with an established name with a great track I think that can that could be something really really special and that is what they song. It's to me I heard it for the first time obviously during the lie finals of X. Factor as you as you all did what I had it last night at St I was looking through Youtube. I'm going to check check out what what the final of X. Factor was really like and they song is one of the best covers this. The I've ever heard is what is one of my favorite songs anyway so let's take a listen the winner of X. Factor Two thousand Eighteen Dalton Harris and his brand new single which looks like he's going to be topping the charts this week featuring James Arthur this is the power of love <music> trees. Keep I darkness so <music> <music> with terms of the WHO key to uh-huh <music> <music> time ago all TRICIA <music>. Two thousand in an eighteen winner Tilton Harris and James Arthur there with the power of love follow silent on Switzer Siren F._M.. I WanNa keep things got a nice little instrumental for calm on things down a little bit with the two thousand ten third place expect finalists well. I rendition of their song anyway. This is the piano guys with one directions. What makes you beautiful? <music> <music> uh-huh <music> <music> <music> <music> <music> <music> uh-huh uh thanks full who piano guys rendition of the hit from one on die or action. You're listening to siren radio. My Name's Valentine am taking midnight here on your Monday evening chill-out show what we do what he says on the tune. This is an chill were celebrating the fact Monday's almost over and choose days on its way and I normally say that hopefully the rest of the week we nice and bright for you but for anyone out there working in retail for the rest of the week it is Christmas market big swells goes you get a love all the service covenant it will be on the Christmas work it yes. It's going to be busy. Yes it's going to be hard work people I myself but it's going to be one of those atmospheres when you were when you get up there and you see the all the Christmas lights seats. It's the start of the Christmas season yeah no people have been celebrate and he seems like Mid-november even earlier but you know Christmas here and <hes> that's going to be the case here on Siren from next one day and chill will have the start of festive season. Shall we say with a lot of relaxing chill-out tunes to take up to Ulta Christmas Day because awesome. I'm thinking about the the days of the week is next week is the let me get McCann Linda next week as the tenth of December. We've got the seventeenth and then the twenty so with three weeks away from from Christmas Eve. I'll be here on Christmas Eve for an chill taking you to midnight celebrating. The fact that Christmas Day is on its way which is going to be really cool. You know we'll we'll have some fun over the next few weeks with awesome festive tunes excetera bird. The next song that I wanNA play is a tribute and he's he's a sad story because the greats animator and creator. It's a of the well I can only call it iconic cartoon spongebob squarepants Stephen Hill Lemberg passed away earlier this week at the age of fifty seven now. It'd been mentioned in the news for a couple years now. That's he had been suffering from a L._S.. Having been diagnosed in March of last year this is all according to <hes> variety don't come who broke the news and and I sent shockwaves through the you know the the children's entertainment industry because actually when you think about spongebob squarepants has been on the air. It's a T._v.. Show that's been on the since nineteen ninety-nine. It's the only nickelodeon television show that still going from the twentieth century now. That itself is a huge feet. You know there's been an I. I wouldn't be surprised to save. There's been over a thousand episodes but I I. I'm not entirely certain and that's just incredible to me. These it was the show of my childhood I went to I went to World World Book Day in a world like all these dress soap that you'd have how what do you call them. You you'd have fancy dress parties as a kid and I would dress up as spongebob squarepants. There was a year that my dad made me wondrous weapons costume out of Akaba box and he finally found use for the tops of McDonald's book flurry McDonald's mcflurry toppings. The leads played on the top we use those for the is for spongebob my Granddad who's an artist like ludicrious to stuff. He'd been trying to find something to do to use those for for years. This is where he tells me now that it was actually his idea not me dance. That's the thing is that he's not been. He Spongebob squarepants the character that the whole Bikini bottom franchise wasn't just a part of my childhood but he's also part of the childhoods of children children who are five years younger than me an even children who are still watching television today and there's no sign of stopping anytime soon and he's created a legacy for himself and furred audiences worldwide wide which which is going to be really hard to <hes> to follow any future children's T._V. Creator so this next song is a memory of the grit the late Great Stephen Helensburgh and then he spoonful fennel recognize. It's this is sweet victory Sir Yeah in memory of the late Great Stephen Hill Lemberg. We've got by you know allowed an upbeat song. I think we should continue it down with a request from credits in Lincoln philosophy shows it's only well. He says he likes to chill out too but I keep us winding bill. Take a listen once upon a Christmas everybody staying the joy and the team too happy play aw Dan Christmas the further no no no mall that all the way to make way for canoe and Christmas Disneyland dismay you hit every Christmas in your hand and if you're not bag <music> Chris Missing Yeah I think I made trolled Chris from together into said this his sons good who likes to Saint Back Relax and chill out to one dave they. I think he's supplant crispus sired radio is he gonNA step there. We go. That's Geraldine Decreed Aka Peter K with once upon the Christmas certain Christmas songs next week. No walkers was SUCC- I'm hitting my microphone and disgust ulysses the desired radio come on he's nearly quarter midnight. We need to slow this down. I've been awake for let's do they. Maths baths twelve glow just going to do the Mafia six nineteen hours going on twenty nineteen hours something like that <hes>. I'm definitely going to do what we're talking about. The top of the hour the EELS I need some sleep definitely needs some lots but let's slow things down now. No more upbeat songs were headed to that midnight hour. Celebrating the fact that Monday's almost over and Tuesday is on its way. This is a great song. I heard on an advert this week. Can you remember which one is from is always on my mind by attenborough and maybe didn't treat you gladys school. Does I shoo. Maybe you sure to tie and you. Maybe didn't hold to all all those lonely I never told to. I'm so happy that you therefore made you feel sick. I'm so sorry I was blah. <music> <music> Swedlowe and which is to keep shahtoosh you always they should have said <music> address to tie but he always <music> you always of my mind obviously originally buy Elvis Presley <hes> but that was a great rendition from ambrose discovered her because I heard that song earlier this week on the new you some sung advert. It's really cool. I'd love doing that when it comes to adverts. I'm always that person gets there now and goes hey phone application which I'm not allowed to brand what song is playing and and I'll tell you what it is and you can find out so much about it. I remember I got my my smart speaker and I took it back to fill with me and I showed my granddad that and he was just he was absolutely amazed by the whole concept concept that this piece of technology could tell me so much about every song they basically just has access to the Internet's but he's an incredible device and and can actually find out so much about any artist in the world any song and he's for discovering new music and that's what I found that with an bronze always on my mind you're listening to Siren Radio said ten to the twelve on your Monday evening were whatever so close to that midnights our but I've got on the two more songs to take up to two that time next. It's a little bit of London Grammar. Gramma haven't played them for a while. Wasting my young years. You're listening to siren radio. This ended hall to see <music> <music> and <music> <music> <music> uh-huh <music> in London grandma wasting young as just such beautiful vocals and get the lyrics great when when you really look them and you see how this all comes together that top quality when it comes to when it comes to some of my favorite musicians at the moment and someone else who has a great mind lyrics is my guest this evening uh-huh Lynn's Crichton who join me live in the studio came all the way from Nottingham so she's probably nearly oh now she join me this evening to chat about the EP that she just released Hashtag. We made this and all all musical endeavors. It was such a great time having are in the studio and said big. Thank you for joining me and this is the end of the show guys we are ever so close to that at midnight hour. I've got a couple of songs tickets up their big. Thank you find me on twitter at Kaija Valentine at the station at Siren F._M.. 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Unfiltered Episode 2 - Steven Hill

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32:12 min | 2 years ago

Unfiltered Episode 2 - Steven Hill

"Welcome to the unfiltered podcast with your host Scotty Whitaker. Nothing is off limits when we sit down with your favorite artists and industry professionals and talk about whatever comes up so sit back grab a smoke in your favorite beverage and get ready for one hell of a ride unfiltered starts. Get into. It was funny around the sketch think. Jeez. Well, he won't go smoke a sick. I and then and then go back to it. Okay. Just jump. About as as I was when I lost my back. That's karma. I won't mention you lose your back back back. Actually, it's probably good part of the show some above fucking bitch that shit was fucking. I'll say here for a while and hurt it. It was good. Son of fucking whore. Always record. I did. Just took for granted that it was buckled. I have no idea. Rob. Brought it for me what it is some of that get you swig of that. Mother fucker. That whisking ginger now rebel. I was like. Yeah. I don't do coconut shell rebel, right? Gives it. A twist did you figure it out recording for the last five minutes? What nine we'll spoke. It'd be like this. I didn't know you had it. I thought you were still going through. Oh like on check. Check. Check. Check. Check. Check guys in your. We're dialed in. All right. All right. So this won't take long because we're going to go. We're just we know what we're doing. Now so today. Good evening ever. Dave Ning, everyone and welcome to the unfiltered. Oh, hold on shark up here today. We have a special guest with us special guest. We have baby shark due to do to do. So fuck it up. Do do do. I don't know. That's manama. That was. Yeah. Baby shark dude to do. Yes. Okay. To do. But we have half baby shark. You actually got half English Marthe your smartphone. Sh- mar sh-, Mark, Mark. Okay. So are you a furry? Now, are you a for for only half Hafer? So you transfer right now transfer I'm transferring I like it, but it's almost like the baby shark is eating you and your face is right there. And like you got legs like in the shark. Okay. For those of you don't recognize this beautiful voice angelic almost not nj. Like, I have the this is very true. This is just call you beautiful voice. This little excessive. It may be actually networking all weekend. So it's a little harsh right now networking been walking around looking for something all weekend. I have and we're gonna we're gonna start this off by saying fuck that guy or girl. But this could be you that you're fucking because definitely wasn't made possible. It could have misplaced your work my book bag. Jan smart. It's a black and gray. Jan sport book by the time. This is heard we will be long going from this place. It's probably are in the beautiful GM corporate headquarters in beautiful downtown fucking Detroit renaissance center. Yeah, that's one renaissance renaissance center. I don't fuck about the renaissance center, I care about this is the fucking GM corporate fucking that this is GM capital. Yeah. The USA it is of the world. We're here. It's a world headquarters. I mean, we're in unit. Yeah. I'll give you that. I'll give fresher purchased. So also, I don't know if you heard earlier did you hear an alarm go off downstairs, I date. It was actually quite annoying. That was me. Oh for those of you do not know they have these beautiful brand new. And also they have cars that were never made. I made one. A prototype prototype, but it's like saying in redneck terms. You know what I am? And God that hurts my head because I've had this thing on for a long time and say for people that don't think about recording. So you can actually hear what I'm saying. So anyway, I said this alarm off by just simply trying to take a picture of car. I didn't know you couldn't step on the roving circle thing. Laser beam. Hayden escalator kind of thing. But it's not like going down. It's going in a circle, and I got on and it went off and like ever been to one of those sushi restaurants where like the sushi chain comes out in front of you. Could've air boats. Come out. Yeah. The cars are on the same kind. But it's it's very nice. Anyway, that's where we're as we're in the GM capital headquarters of the world downtown Detroit at the renaissance center, I was gonna say motor city techy expo. We'll know we haven't got there yet. We weren't. We weren't there jumping on excuse me. It's a shark coming out and make sure short shorts coming up. So we are at the. Motorcity tattoo expo. Yep. Yep. Yep. Put on by Mr. Trump yet. And for those that don't know trampolines eternal Inc. And this is a bucket amazing show. Oh, absolutely. A very prestigious show back. There is our gracious host right there. I was walking right up. He's welcome right. Talk. Well, step up. We talked and he appeared part of one of my hold on. Look what I have in my hand had. Happy to be there. I mean, I put a spell on you, not me because your mind must've did it to him. We said his name in God fucking peered like a gnome. It was like a splash back it, right? There is no when you really have to be in the go to the year and all that comes out. No, no, no, not now mobile. No, not now current saying, hypothetically when you P really hard into the earners sometimes spots. Spells are a lot like that. It does get a little bit of we've got big Steve here with us. In case, we forgot to mention his name while ago, we haven't actually. You know, we've just been talking. We skip them. We skip school whole like hold on said again, big Steve hill. I am big Steve. Question sound like I rambled per se. But I give no I have to ask a question. Yes. Do I need to speak to you people from up north like that you're gonna ask me one. I'm I don't say axe. Ask. Yes. Yes. Some actual question. So anybody can't recognize my awesomely midwestern. Accent. Yes. Very mid western very midwest from Michigan. Yeah. Okay. So big Steve hill. Yes. From michigan. Yep. Your tattoo. I am on though that aired by even look you've called him over here again. Yeah. Look, just pope dead gun. Did you see with iron? He. By do's Reeb, just broke. I'm sorry. Go up on the tent look at two guys turn Oma. Oh my God. He could've killed him could've killed him. He poked him sorry. Couldn't kill could've killed him. It you saw that. I saw that was thirty. Shit. Was there was like an echo from it. He's like what the fuck just happened. He stole a bit of a soul tramp this fucking broke debt. Do drip with two cans. Yeah. It's the dumb ach. I don't know if anybody's familiar with. Blood sport, which is John Claude van Damme movie. He does this move called the democ, which is the death touch. And it's how you how you kill people that is that is fucking awesome. It was almost like the most shoe finger hold brought him over here. Yeah. So your spouse go again, we're with big, Steve he'll and I hold in my hand. This is some stuff that I I wasn't privy to until till till just now this is like God could feel it. I can feel that resonate this power from this thing, and I just saw fucking work it it's worked a couple of times pulled him out of the fucking air put him there. And he broke that dude Spokane rib with two fingers fucking seen. That's probably where my book bag, boss the devil ticket. But you've handed me a magic the gathering business cards, and it does have the trademark symbol on actually. Probably not. I haven't been officially approached yet for copyright infringement. It's all in good, fun and wizards. You can obviously do spelling get rid of it. Yeah. And look at the vagabond tattoo or woke about your turns tomorrow, boy, Mr. jets. But yeah, I see it right here. This is amazing. I I have. Magic the gathering trademark trademark and. Hold on. But really? At home or Hello. Ladies. Being interviewed for this podcast and a bunch of really very attractive by the does have was she in elf? What was happening? I would like to know. The voice I didn't get what was that chatter chatter. What was it? I'm not sure that's what it did. To break her. Boy that shit was funny. So anyway, we're going back to this trademarked. I may have borrowed a bid of its tattoos and artwork by big Steve he'll that is electric chair tattoo base. Any cannot finish. Do you want to come in your car? I'm just saying I'm trying to give you a fucking shout at bay city. Michigan. That's four eight seven zero six in case. Somebody wants to write you a letter or something. Yeah. Enquiries I would love a handwritten letter. Nine eight nine nine two two eight two eight to correct, okay. That's phone number to the bay city studio. That's Stephen IM, Stephen Evans. So your name on here is three different ways. Yes. Okay. On this trademark magic card. I love that. So it's Steven hill. Excuse me. It's Stephen read this earlier. I would have known that you were born in nineteen seventy eight am I wrong. No. You're not because it's your Email. It's in my Email, Stephen hill. That's that's going to be so easy with does decides to run into the. Yeah, I thought about that about a year ago after I had been using the mail for like four years. I was like, wow. It's probably really easy to steal my identity hill seventy eight because that is that's not the your is born, folks. Now, that's the by MU dick size seven point eight million. Then we've got Instagram at big Steve tattoos. Correct. Big catch you with an S because fuck that guy. Oh, yeah. Oh, we'll have a little war going on Instagram war. It's it's it's not a war that I started and I'm gonna finish shirt platforms. Yeah. Shit fucking don't if I'm not gonna give him another plug. No. But we'll just call him big Steve tattoo with an s with an S, basically. Because like I've had my Instagram now for probably four or five years. I want to say about a year in or two maybe two I was like rugged. I'm you know, I'm gonna Instagram myself. See what pops up, of course, like everyone. Does anybody say haven't Google yourself? You're fucking liar because everybody's done it. So I'm like, oh, hey, check out, you know, with the hash tags are one. And literally the first one that popped up was my Instagram with an S. So says big Steve tattoo with an S. Because I'm we're not blogging him. We're not we're not blogging at least there was a gentleman that. At least named it. Big Steve NYC, which I'm totally does. Good cool. Yeah. He's cool. The other guy not we're saying fuck that guy fucking. I mean, he that's not named technically have never met him. Won't you do one of these how show? Right bucket. But it's done if I do meet him. I'm going to cast a spell on them. I will say with my foot. Actually witnessed the spill bonding awhile ago. Yeah. Yeah. Mr. Trump before that. Oh, but yes, you tramp broke the dudes rib with that was fucking epic. But the other the post Malone's custom. Yeah. He walked by in like a two x slow. Mo it was unbelievable pal. But like in real it was real life. The dude was walking in slow fucking amazing. And I'm like, oh my God. And steve. You did. He's yes. Because actually I want him to walk by slower. So we continue to make fun of them and it worked because the ale of the ginger. It's a it's a passive spouse. It's a pass fail and see the people don't know about that. But that is joyous. Laughter causes all attacking. Oh my God. I just fucked that aided joyous. Laughter causes all cannot says attacking it. Looks like a d for second. No, it's to be paralyzed with hysteria until breathing resumes. Right. So any tap my card, which is what that little tap. Yeah. Tampa attorneys say use it, basically, what do you use it? When you use the ability show me. Joyce laughter. We'll have to look at it like this. Now, you just set it down. And then he turned this. That's all it takes. And that's I activate the spell. Joyous laughter. So. If it worked. Okay. Yeah. So. My favorite part. Here is. I can't find it. Now. Oh, I can't disclose. My my sources. Bay city Michigan. Thank you so much. Actually have gotten a lot of compliments on the ball bet. Which sucks because they wouldn't even let my friend Josh bringing a sword. Or was it a Qatada? I don't know what kind of bland. It was only heard secondhand been a semi. That's it could have been a scimitar could've been rapier could've been hold on. But you are in ink wizard. I am. Okay. Could you please describe for the folks that do not know an actual Inc? Wizard is it's not to be confused with kitchen wizard. No. So Inc wizard. Explain that as right now, I perform the inking arts of leaky arts of wizardry, excuse me, a little a little something in my throat. Did you dispel them? Did not know. Please don't. You're just parched. Drink this liquor airs drying here it is draw. So we've been talking for a minute talking for a couple minutes. What kind of work? Do you do that? Don't know what big Steve he'll does. I normally specialized specialize normally specialize specialize. Okay. Normally normally specialize in color Neo traditional tattoos with a hint of nineties flair and nerd as so poppy, poppy, nerdy, unstuck and funds. Happy fun Tajik. Happy fun Tajeh's. Happy fun fun tattoos. Yes. To funds give me an example. Recently. I did a. Voltron head. Inside a chrysanthemum. How about the? Yeah. Just look at because I'm posting. There's loans nephew, bro. He's coming back around. Now, that's my buddy, Scott schism, Scott and his girlfriend, Jamie. They're RAD is going skiing. No, it's it's winner. I protection eye protection. Yeah. Some people are glasses. Some people are context. Some people are. To ski or just to actually walk outside. And now, I think they're they're prescribed. Okay. That's a hell of a prescription. Right. Yeah. Steve, Scott, Scott. Yeah. Isn't nice guy. Well, he's coat alike coat. He's got great style. Not sure about his goggles, bro. Goggles into each. I know is wearing a big Scott on their Scott goggles. Why don't you just say he's Guscott? I was going to let you figure that out. But it's still not my name's Scotty, but I'm gonna wear goggles. I'll just keep wearing these. I wasn't going to. I've had those for eight years. Look there in my photo. They are every photo that you see of me, I have those classes, and they're pretty bitching. Ninety two baseball player called monitor those are razors. Don't you make make 'em lenses? All base of them out. Them razor blades. Give them. All right. I want them all. Got nobody else to wear these like you loved them. Right. Their mind. You're not getting them. Right. They look good on you. Keep them. So we we know that you're caller specialize in color, Neo traditional pop funky eighty ninety buck and stuff said how you know. I'm also an award winning blind grab excuse me. What? Yeah. Award winning meaning you've won trophies. Yep. For your black and gray work. I have got a special announcement to make. Oh, I'll just came to the realization that you my friend are now an elite protein member. Yes, you're the fourth person. Yes. Lucky John, rob? And you can big big Steve's on there. Yeah. Inquisitor aka baby, shark, aka Steve, Steve big, STAN. My momma calling me. Here's all require of you. Okay. Lay down on these some some hashtag on these beat out. Now, what do I get out of this? You you get the best deal of all. Okay. Okay. Here's what I guess what you get like a sticker. Oh, dude. I love figures. Hold on it gets better. Okay. Let's elite sticker. It's an it's an elite pro team status sticker. Awesome printed by me. Nice. But you gotta draw it. Okay. Oh, you gotta do. Awesome. I think I can handle this. We're we're good. Yeah. You're on the team it works. It works. We don't have a Tomlin. However, I can't get the sticker out until made. Right. But I still expect my hashtags role on out, of course, regularly for sure. And do you want to go ahead and just plug them the first time right now. No, no, I'll up to you. What are the hash tags? This is up to you to. I can just have the name. Well, yeah, we'll go plug it. I mean, if they're listened to their to know what they're listened. This is true. It is unfil- tred unfiltered. I'm big Stephen. You are you'd never even said who you are don't care. Okay. I'm Chuck Chuck Woolery. Dating game. Exactly. Got it. Yeah. Of course, he is. I mean, that's what you and crystal call me. Oh, Chris locals still big big. But yeah, I figured that's where you got it from no crystal started that awhile back and. And I just assumed that it came from her people, call me. No because you know, well, because of the way we met if for those that don't know uncle Scott we met in in Houston. We did. It was a really fun show. I had a great time. We had a great time right beside the astrodome. Let me say. I was lose stoked to see that. Because I've never got to sit for. Yeah. You know as but anyway, I'm sorry to interrupt for sure. And next right next to the to the the venue was a really awesome Middle Eastern buffet. Chinese buffet was a Middle Eastern, which is really good good. Good food. Yeah. The buffet the buffet was good. Yes. And then after that show. I was in distress because I needed to get to the airport day morning. Yep. Yep. And. Just so happens Dunkel Scott was right there me ride there have been friends ever since. Yep. That's what we did. Steve was freaking out a little bit. He was kind of panicky a little bit. And I was like oh my God. Steve are you? Okay. And he's like man spoken. Assholes left me baba, blah, blah, blah, blah, blah. And I'm like this cigarette down down. No fucking. Uber's was fucking area, bro. I got you. We'll take it airport. We got this airport. Fuck applies for like Tim minutes apart now big fucking do actually worked out. Well, fucking boy. I can hook you up. Do you know, we're good for sure. But that's that's how we met we met that weekend weekend. Yes. Cherry on my dude. Right. Yes. Took me to airport, right? Actually, my wife. Thanks you. She's very welcome. Steve home. Well, I got into the airports. I well, I did get home safe because here now, that's all that matters. And we've been several show since. Yes. And I noticed this time that though you do not have a Cup. You normally have a Cup. A select Cup. Not like the McDonald's cover Burger King cut, but you'll usually have a party Cup. Yes. You don't have one. I had one. It was in the backpack. Let's say was so the backpack that you you have because I saw you. I hear this morning circle. I was I was. I was I was very. Like Jesus Christ. It's way too early to the airport. Yes. From from there. What's wrong? You lost? Your jen. Jen sport. Nineties John's or backpack that I've had for a long time since the ninety. It's currently on vailable. I don't want to say that someone stole it because I don't want to think that someone would be that acidy probably would have stolen. What was inside it because you did was inside? Yeah. We're only worried about one thing that was inside the bag of Weeden medical medical card carrying card-carrying recipient recipients, a legit doctor. I do the prescribes you merging. Yes. What is your problem? What what what is your chronic pain, chronic pain, everywhere? Add knee surgery years ago shark. Yeah. Yeah, they're mostly cartilage. So that shit breaks. It's just good. So. Yeah. Probably that do you know the Trent broke his fucking rib logo is going to be heard. It's exactly the cardinal. He's he's going to need marijuana now. Yeah. But we're from Michigan. And then we just pass recreational. So that's awesome. Are you getting rid of? No, no, no, no, no, no, keep us over other states or some shit. What's I don't know? Actually. I what I don't especially know how they're going to run it yet. But the card holders get a special like you can have more or we get ours. I oh, yeah. So it's like if there's two there's a big line. Oh fast pass medical card holders in this line. And then recreational in that line, and I wanna tell you right now the medical line way her. So apparently, Disney owns all the them places up here. So we'd because they have a fast pass league. That's what it is Kylie Kroger. Yeah. Well, I don't know. I don't know if everybody knows what grow. Kroger. They have them down south to do. They have Kroger very few lift, but you don't have Meyer. Fuck what the fuck is a Meyer. It's like Kroger just mid west. So you've been tattooing for twelve years. Yep. Twelve years, and how long you been at the shop here at I've been at electric chair now for almost seven I wanna say seven years what was doing before that where you actually owned a studio. And then I sold it to come work at electric chair Ludger chair because I hated being shopowner most people most people realize, it's a fucking shit bag. Terrible owned a shop owned a couple of shops. And. And it's I don't think it's a much owner shop, it's the people that work for you. Not love the guys that work for me. Most of the actually it wasn't their fault. Most. Well, most time it is. Yeah, I can say that most of the time it is. She is Nike fuck out. Oh, you ask. That's hard quarters a hundred and sixty five swishes on her. Yeah. I counted them. Least. Yeah. That guy I thought you were waving him while you were looking at Swoosh you saw that that doesn't matter. You totally only caught the end of that to be like, oh that guy's waving at me. But you know, what I think she's like ten. I was just looking at the Swisher say look at the fucking lots. She's switched out this one hundred seventy dollar pair of shoes. I know this because your sneaker ad. We've talked about that before too. I don't know if we talked about it on the podcast or not. But it's bad. I'll go Scotty loves his book and shoes he loves his shoes. There's nobody gates. I only I only have one pair of shoes. Are you wearing them? Now, I'm currently wearing them. Yes. You really have one pair of shoes. Actually, I have two you've at least got to have two maybe three because I live in Michigan. I have fifteen pairs of boots. I don't own any boots boots. None. None whatsoever. Don't smile. Oh, fuck it wasn't. Those feet can shot. You got it. You cannot act like he's they're all right. That's right. He's not there. You're supposed to be fucking festival. You're a fucking wizards wizard darn tooting. Good one fucking currently. I'm in shark form. I'm Pauline marker. Yes. Yes. Hundred percent. Yeah. But I am not a baby shark. He's a half. Baby short. I'm I'm a firm. He's a for I called, you know, he's not a furry because he's not full uniform. He's only just the for. Yeah. Bam. What you're doing pressure? Well, thank you so much. Thank you. They went over there and did something douty. Oh right now. He's the only person here looks like this. This is true. Are you serious? I just gotta make sure mirror that this man made. Mirror is still over there. Will you have to show me lettera shirking around? I know that but he's made an amazing mirror. How okay it's on big nieces table you need to go. Look at it. We'll go look at that. We're not going to discuss. No, no. Oh, yeah. It's like, it's bad ass. Is it like what kind of mirrors? It is like scout pictures eighties, seventy grand in a dude's arm like this. Okay. And. Some other stuff on this. Oh, okay. Yeah. Check it out because I'll I'll let him do his thing because I don't tell his business that night kills people. Awesome. Don't know if you know this did not he's a bad individual. He's boy bad ass is bad s and he's like he's legit. So yeah, I don't tell his business is I but that he's coming up. Recent more Yod casts. His he's coming on. Yeah. So. I'm done with you. Yeah. That was pretty much it. I'm done with you. And I appreciate everything that you've didn't tell us. Thanks for having me on the. The protein. I'm so excited that you're lucky on Ronca Enron our own the leaked the elite protein sponsored pro team. Yes. Because I put all the words in there. Yeah. And Lee sponsored pro team artists collective funds. Humble all of them. Right. Yes. It's the the unfiltered elite pro team real folk and talk folk and people even if you're I mean, you're gonna have to put that on the banner even if your shock. I'll just add it, you're you're sticker. I'm I'm it's going to be shark mouth. It's your sticker say because the stickers are gonna go on the banner nice little patches out of that Mickle too. But I didn't tell them by. So that's I that out because I'm sure. But that's why y'all have to write the sticker designs with them own here for the elite pro team. I think that's a great idea, of course. And not just because it's your idea. Basically can't hold on hold on. Yes. Pat yourself on the back of it. And a choir of angels sing. Because my voices and Djelic. Yes. Because they're like they're drawn to it. I like it. So anyway, everybody go check out my boy, big Steve hill and his Instagram again is big Steve tattoo. Not without. We weren't going to do that. Now, just big Steve tattoo. Yeah. It's got a picture of me on it is going to picture him. And you'll see how wizardry is much lower brother. Thank you so much Ravin me. Yes, sir. Till next time S pro team out. Yes. Elite protein Libro. Thank you, bro. Scott. Thank you so much that was fun as fuck. It was for the second time. Good. Thank you for joining us on this week's episode of filter with your host, Scott Whitaker. 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Episode 480 - Raw Deal (with Jamelle Bouie)

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Episode 480 - Raw Deal (with Jamelle Bouie)

"This is a head gamma podcast this week on the program. Nobody gets a raw deal when you're watching this one. It's raw deal. I'm Andrew Japan. Stephen Sadek Eric Cisco Chris Gavin. I'm Jim and we hate movies. Hello everyone welcome to. We hate movies. Thank you for tuning in as always to this. That's right quarantined edition and since we're quarantined. We're using the magic of the Internet. We're welcoming good fringe me back to the program. Hello Sarah Lou. I'm very good good. Glad to be here. Glad to be talking about sports center as the world falls apart. We're all getting a raw deal lately. It's true I always knew I was going to go out this way. Talk About Arnold Schwarzenegger as the world ends by it being eaten to death by a plague and rich people yup totally dude So in the meantime before that inevitable conclusion Reveals it's up. Is Rod deal from nine hundred eighty six directed by John Irvine Director of previous episode by the way the also Chicago set next-of-kin also movie where a person from Europe is pretending? They've lived in America the entire time leasing. He's a British director as outta saying British feller that why it's so nuanced and culture. Yes that's why. He also directed Hamburger Hill. Which is like a great war movie that he did something legitimate. I like my medium rare. Please okay man. You're like you're war. Medium rare is a little bit of a pedigree going on here aside for Mr Irvine written by Norman. Wexler who did several things including Saturday night fever and Serpico pretty interestingly and then edited by Envy Coats who did Lawrence of Arabia and in the line of fire and out of sites like weird pedigree for this early eighties or mid eighties. Arnold Schwarzenegger Movie. Very weird like Whoa. Why why Harney Times let me tell you something? Keisha cut in Schwarzenegger. And Cutting O'Toole same thing you'd be. You'd be amazed at the star prowess that is happening on both of these level. It's just amazing. I WANNA do my first of many attempts to get fired from the New York Times Jamal you gave. You're like let's do raw deal so this is your pick. Yes but I'm just curious. Why why this specifically so a couple of reasons? The first is that this is one of those Schwarzenegger Vase that I find. Really Weird really fucking weird in that. The fact that has such an unusually high pedigree gets to weirdness. It does not feel like it was written for Arms Schwarzenegger whatsoever telling me. Most of the movie feels like we'll get to this but the the very end which is like this weirdly at a place like touching seen us like it was written for like who someone who would have at the time. Any real actor rightly put in trying to get someone put in you know like Niro yet Peter. O'toole Bruce Willis. Kind of a real actor. Bruce Willis or a whomever but like it. It just doesn't feel like Schwarzenegger Mb The incongruency between the script in the style of the film. And then Arnold Schwarzenegger like a truly fucking massive Arnold Schwarzenegger who towers over everyone in the movie makes it. Hilarious to me and I I really enjoy it. Any living is this. It's unlike most of others eighties output. This one is really not it's somewhat obscure like no one really watches this. I haven't I didn't see this until like I've watched it for the first time a year ago. It wow it was SORTA hidden and you're right. He's like at his beefy EST here. This is like Conan the barbarian level of beefcake well. We'RE WE'RE POST TERMINATOR AT THIS POINT BY TWO YEARS POST. Terminator just before Predator. It's also a very good looking. It's shot pretty damn well. It is thought most of those like I could watch this. I don't I don't even care about this. The I think the opening sequences legitimately great like four for what it is. I was a little bummed. The movie starts with you open on the Amtrak Train. Otit murder on the Amtrak. Get me go in that. It's just some guy gets off the Amtrak thing. Okay awesome about the the introduction to this. It's just a montage of dudes getting in position I'm on Schwarzenegger and I am portraying parole. And I'm going to have to go through your bags and not with Akila's dude. I would rather they did that. Remake of mortar. On the Orient Express with Arnold Johnny Depp. That'd been great Brannagh. Who's Perot branagh placing Johnny Depp in that movie? Who's Johnny Depp? He's the gangster a spoiler alert. He's dies he's the he's the person who dies and whose murder. They're trying to fix the corpse. He's like Mr Body from clue. So let me give you who who care though right like on a train and a guy like that got murdered. It'd be like a too bad guy next stop. We're GONNA continue them right leave alone guy like that. Hey Johnny Depp died. Know I feel like if Johnny Depp died on the train I was on. I would tweet about it at Korte. Yeah totally yeah I would send precisely tweets one of the initial like wow and then like a ten minute follow up just to let people know if I was on my way or not this This bodybags the best thing. He's been in years. Oh come on this This movie in a nutshell is Arnold is a disgraced. Fbi agent Who has reinvented himself as a small town sheriff who is brought back into the FBI. Sort of like an unofficial way by Darren mcgavin because there's this Mafia syndicate that is killed this dudes father Yada Yada Arnold revenge. I think the funniest thing about this movie though. It's a movie that tells you that. Arnold Schwarzenegger is playing guy. That's supposed to be like infiltrating the Mafia. If there's the mafia doesn't have it's like bodybuilders. You can have like fat guys you can have. In shape. Dudes do a point no bodybuilders allowed in the mafia which most Eric incongruent. Also a lot of work muscles expression. You know it's not an actual physical quality of these men. Tony this is what gets to. What's so funny about? This is that there are these serious mob scenes in offices sort of like a WHO. Who Are you? Where are you from? And you'd have towards bigger in some like you know pinstripe. Suit with wide. Lapels slipped back slicked back hair and You know just like staring straight at the via their accuracy. Meaning I I am in the mob. Come on it's also it's very specifically an Italian mob to you. Got This big German Dude Walker Australia specifically but like you have this guy walking around not necessarily. I don't know I mean we got you know I know yeah. He's Australian everything back and we'll go to so why not You know all you have to have mentioned to me also like when Arnold is cast in this role all you have to do is flip one tiny thing with the script and that is just have him get in with the Polish Mafia. The Italian Chicago mafia versus like Polish Jewish Mafia. Arnold at least could be like a young guy to and from Europe somewhere name is Kaminski in this so that would fit your holy. He could be like the world's largest Polish Jew Mafia guy 'cause like that. That's that's what the Jewish mafia by Stephen Hill. Like you. Just I guess I am with you now Stephen Hill. That does keep it. Kosher and start exterminating need to pay off Jack McCoy. He's on my ass dude. It was weird. Kevin Watching Stephen Hill this movie. Because I don't know that I've seen him in anything outside of law and order and wanted Jack McCoy to Russian and just be like Adam. I need a favor. Did you know that his name is actually Adam? Schiff really no. I almost like a hundred percent positive on this. I love speaking to are like mob mob. Type guys these these guys that. Perform the initial hit the dude. That's leading them is Victor Argo. And I'm like where is. When is he coming back? He's so cool in that first season and he's just totally gone. None of the mob dudes in that first scene are in the rest of the movie and it leads me to believe that this opening scene was like the sizzle reel like Dino Daler enders was like oh I did see a little something before I put my money in the movie and so they did this which is totally awesome. Seeing that kind of feels like at ripped from a way better movie. I mean I liked this movie. This opening is like something you'd be if you told someone like Oh. This is a deleted scene from Godfather to. You'd probably fool some people I'd like that you're dino dealer and test is like the Old Gary Oldman Dracula Dracula I imagine what this big fuck and white hair up here? I wish I think Dana Daly Rentis and Dracula have in common that they are indeed the one true evil. Yeah so yeah. So there's this big thing and I love the dialogue going between some of these dudes like there's it's like a sh shadow a shack cabin of F. B. I. Agents Keeping this informant is going to testify in protection in the mafia swarms in and shoots all these dudes got these two. Fbi guys sitting there like Hey You know exactly. How many Oscar? Nominations John Wayne received this other guys like not enough and they're murdered and it's like. Could you imagine that being your last conversation? Yes the best part. It's not just murdered. He puts the card away like that was a correct answer. Hooping trivial I tell you what is i. Don't think it was for a piece though. Jabil think he moved out of the next square but yeah it was data. I'll take it what that data wedge takeaway put that Wedgewood. I don't know how how you don't give him the Oscar for the conqueror. I don't see that performance a phenomenal just on the looks like it was ripped for a better movie point. I was. I've been trying to think of what movie could have been from what it looks like. Is it with a riff from an episode of Miami Vice? Yes Oh no doubt. Yeah that's totally. That's like the cold open of a Miami Vice episode or or the movie It's all like process centric like they get off. They do this. You see them. Put the guns together and all this stuff and that never happens ever again now. No the next seat is Arnold fucking chasing a guy motorcycling into a smokey and the bandit seed. It's dude and here's the thing I need this arnold movie like we've seen Arnold do small town sheriff. Like what was that movie with Arnold Is it arnold and Johnny Knoxville? Stand is what I thought. Yeah where he's like small town sheriff. This feels more like walking tall. This opening like Buford posser BEFO fucking Arnold Buford. Posser would be amazing dude when they did the remake with the Rock. They should have just had arnold do instead age. Be Damned yea totally governor. Then right two thousand four. That sounds right. Yes yeah that that's right. 'cause gravis adjusted recall the previous year. See the thing with the last stand is I believe him. More of as sheriff as Old Arnold Young Arnold. It looks so alien him doing anything lower than alien or bodybuilder. Just doesn't make sense to me at all. Well it is weird that he's like. Yah I am the sheriff like like hearing Arnold to have to say the word. Sheriff is in itself kind of funny because it's a long scene where he chased this guy down and eventually this one he he turns is chasing a cop. So you really confused a cop a motorcycle. Anything he's arrested for aiding and office. Okay and the guys that you got it. Sheriff like hey audience. I've just letting you know. He's the sheriff not me. It's one of the best. Arnold LINE READINGS IN THE MOVIES. When he's telling this deputy like what? The charges are reckless driving impersonating a police officer end lying to the Sheriff Sheriff. We just me. I heard that line a ton. I think it wasn't some of the Arnold soundboards so I've heard this slide before I saw the movie. The punishment for lying to the Sheriff Dude. Well the way he captures. This guy's a fucking rat. Is Hal right like he? Basically drives into the woods and like just run some gasoline along the road a Stogie. Oh Do stogie my hot tub practicing social distancing with my stogies and I have a Stogie here and a porn gasoline all over the road having stogie thing about that capture. It's so casual. This must be thing that happens a lot. Yes yeah he he's like. Oh I got him with the old cigar. I feel like the ideas. They catch this guy because he's been doing a lot of bad shit on the road because this is way too much of a resource even for the sheriff's office but the sheriff to spend this much time on a guy just a personality an officer. Well that's the thing. What's the story? Dude I mean is he like Harvey telling bad lieutenant or something. Thanks so I think he's jerking off on windshields or whatever but we also mentioned whatever whatever one of the crime is that he perpetrated these. Arnold says is He got like fifty dollars from someone to get out of a ticket. So this this guy is trying to profit off pretending to be a car. Cops can profit from being cops. That's the problem. I just think that Arnold is willing to set fire to a road to stop this one guy. We've just speeding and someone who had like rob. The candy store must be executed. This town has a lot of public hangings. Absolutely you get full on Codan Garbin. I'll pay day. I hope it was worth it. We get a glimpse into Arnold's home life when he goes home and his his wife is sitting in the kitchen. Icing a cake or over icing a cake. I should say while also with a with a big glasses something Has been going out for a while it seems and Wagner at eleven in the background. Yeah she's going for something man do going through some things. What's going on what she's been isolated in a house for some unknown amount of time cake and the cake say like Shit on which I thought you know. This is a bakery up the street and for my wife's birthday we had them make a cake and I went and I picked it up. It was all very socially distanced and whatnot. But we didn't have anything put on it and I was like I wonder if this bakery would write shit on it. I am not like call you out if you want me to but I would love to have a cake that just says shit. They wouldn't say anything that would just give it to you full price and then the Guy Bike I love raw deal to anyone can do like. I'd movie roles that happened. Fifty per cent tip. They better be drunk while making that cake. All you'd think that's bad. I handled divorce cakes. Buddy worry this light but cake seem gives us the exposition of like what they've been living there for five years. She's miserable. They used to live in New York. And this whole prior. Fbi thing. Jim Ellis Point. I'm like dude doing that in the eighties without fucking any kind of Netflix. Or whatever just like the three main channels I would be pretty late and pretty upset baking as well. I'm kind of drunk all the time now. So I can't even imagine I'm rapidly going to buy edible stats so we. We are not gets a phone call. Will she throws the cake at him by the way and it ends with Arnold Great The more you know public service announcement don't drink and I do love later. He kinda puts her to bed. Kinda passes out. They showed this house. They're living in. She is a little bit fly off the handle because these built in bookshelves are pretty gorgeous. Oh it looks nice. Doesn't it author Nancy Meyer? Shit in their family house we bought it from a Nancy. Meyers movie I mean. It looks like they have a lot of land. I don't know I'd be pretty outside. Well you're supposed to get gleaned like you know she's a city Gal and loves the Gogo Life of I guess being married to an FBI on three living alive for me. Greenacres would have been awesome. Oh you switch you. Get an American woman an Austrian Sounding Man. Now it's different and they moved to rural Austria. The other question is But in that like in this large cake she's upset. He does reveal his I will he was. Or WE'VE RUN it out here. Defined the Gavin scene wherein he really reveals what what what later. I'll it's later. But it doesn't matter Steve's if you wanted just let that rip right now. It's just basically he find a guy who murdered mutilated and killed the little girl or raped. Mir the mutilated a little girl. Really bad may I do. It molested murdered. I've been paying for beating up Freddie Krueger for so many years as kicked off the force for the CRA ding. I didn't I didn't push him into the furnace. I wiped my hands of matter like Pontius pilot. Listen how was I supposed to know? He was going to come back periodically and haunt people in their dreams. I have no idea that it was going to happen. I offered to come back to some of those sequels. Indicate the problem but they never asked me to go. I always I also love And it is something where like Arnold is upset at. This prosecutor played by Frank for Murphy Brown. If I was wondering if anyone's going to recognize frank dude so he was the Prosecutor who wound up like letting their like the yeah because he's like the ADA. Ray did the absolute right thing which is get this guy off the fucking foresight and favor to he says Arnold. Listen either you resign. Or I'M GONNA prosecute you for the assault of Frederick Krueger. So he resigns and he's able to recoup his law enforcement Bona Fides by getting this job as a small town. Sheriff wait are you telling me you kept his fucking sweater evidence Dermot Gavin's character Harry Gives Arnold to call and he's like hey man we gotta talk You know come meet me wherever he winds up at like a weird like I guess. It's a town hall where he goes into the office where it says like divorce counseling or something marriage counseling. Yes it like. I don't know is this like he's just renting a room or is it like the FBI secretly names their offices. Different things like I didn't get the joke year. It might just be like a random little at the city hall building some sort of room for someone who lives in kind of a small town. Those places do exist can just like a ever. All legal things happen in this room. Great yes it's a multi use kind of situation. I Love Arnold polling up to the town hall here. Did you guys notice one of the absolute worst park jobs I've ever seen. He pulls up like right in front of the curb and it's like he could do totally front Paul in totally fine and it's like angled like his car pulls in at one of the absolute worst angles I've ever seen. He gets out of car and leaves that that was like pig. Parker Sheriff Dude. What are you writing ticket? Yeah I could pick. He is the law in this town can set on fire. I love the the ideas. He left the force or the FBI. Rather and I guess this works like being in a in a big business situation wherein like you. I don't know if you could just become the sheriff somewhere else just because you're in the F. B. I don't know how that demotion system works necessarily. Yeah that's a great question. I mean maybe they say five years right maybe add to build himself up a little okay on one hand that does sound dubious on the other hand Steven Seagal in real life at a sheriff's deputy so I don't know straight true true. Oh God the dog the dog burner himself. Oh wait what does this now. Him and Sheriff Joe Arpaio another fucking great American. What they did like an F. There was something together they were doing and like Joe. Are Pyo like forced a dog back inside a burning wii cabin was steven seagal lawman. It might have been and they have cut this part out like while they were together. She started the fire Roscoe. You better get in there and fucking to fix it. I don't WanNa hear it. Don Separately drooling on the fire to try to put it out. I've been saying Darren mcgavin. It's Dabney Coleman is. It not is again isn't it? Our DABNEY Coleman these notes the whole time embarrassing. Yeah Dare mcgavin fuck. Donald Trump himself through Darren mcgavin in. This role has a mustache. Yes it's probably. What did it that is? Deputy Coleman's be like corner. Feel like he would get like you called there and mcgavin late one night. You'd better shock you. You get this one movie but you better fucking shave. Wasn't that thought up. You didn't have like ninety bald head goes there. I do love the first avenue. Now you got me. I'm sorry the I dare mcgavin. Scene is after the Victor Argo massacre. And they're like there's like eighty S. CSI which is just dudes and red jumpsuit. Without gloves on Yup Yup. That's human blood that's all. We got nine hundred eighty six every every time I see dramatization of like murder police before nineteen ninety the Mike. How did anyone get caught for killing anyone seriously? You had to be really terrible murderer before DNA. You needed like really obvious shoes. You know what I mean. You'd like specialty maker Shoes. That's the only guy in town shoes. That's only got. He got away with it for like ever taught at the media again. These footprints says I am Robert Wagner. Who would those shoes? So Arnold now has to fake his death right in order to start off this plot of him going under cover for the FBI now writes Darren. Mcgavin is like look dude. I have saved a paltry forty five thousand dollars which I did the inflation. It's like a little over a hundred and five thousand dollars for this whole thing that has to fit the bull for Arnold to go undercover. He's also here's one thing. Is Arnold getting any of this money or is it? Just the promise of Darren mcgavin will get him reinstated into the FBI because the main thing. Okay may get reinstated. Also Dare May Evans son is killed in the early massacres. So it's sort of Russia thing for him and Arnold loves him like a data yes so too personal for him is what he says is when he's trying to sell them on and he's like all. Right Arnold. Look I have forty five thousand dollars if you infiltrate the Mafia and so on and he goes to pitch it and I was like art. So is that a payday for Arnold but it's clearly to expense this on all know you will be paid in. Seoul's every night. Killing the field is mine. Has My favorite thing about the Darren. Mcgavin is when he gets so he calls Arnold. I set up the meeting. And it's like a doctor claw seen like you only see his mouth and he said. I'm like we just met this guy like two minutes ago. What it is like a dark room in his. Yeah come to this place dude with Chris chooses saying how great great greatly shot the film is I mean. It's a lovely shot. It makes no fucking sense whatsoever. But it's a lovely shot. I do love when he gets that call. He sits down in his hat and Arnold sits down and in this house. And there's an American flag in the back just like hello everyone. It's me. This is my American flag that my father gave me because he was also American. I was named after my father's favorite president. George Washington my father. He took off his uniform. Put on dead American Uniform Cross Zone born in Kentucky the best thing about The other thing about his home life that I just couldn't get over is his His wife says something about the cake and he's and like all we'll just eat came from now he's then we'll get fat and then she's like well he's like no like emotionally fat right right right right. He's got this whole thing where it's like it's like no we won't he's like but our souls will get fat or think that fat soul man. Let me tell you around there is. I dare mcgavin lays everything out and like I. Arnold is Reticent Journal Says He's like Oh it's a son and they had a thing. There's a really harsh cut to black. And then like they come back to the same scene in McGovern's like I want him dead and it's like okay. That's a bad cut in this. That's it's amazing dude. It's not just a cut. It's a fucking commercial break cut because it's like. Oh Yeah and how was your son? And he's dead and it fades to black and it's like next time on the bad guy. We should say the top bad guy is Sam wanamaker Anybody knew who was the who was featured in once upon a time in Hollywood. He's the director of the of the episode. Yes Zip Potter like Mustache. Less hippyish more. Hells Angels Room Room. Automaker did indeed Direct episodes of Lancer. He did like. He's also a huge Shakespeare guy. He is responsible pretty directly for the globe theatre being rebuilt like he and Ron like. He was in sound of music as older. This is so funny though because my wife and I were in London in October and we visited the new Globe and his shit is everywhere. They're like in the lobby and stuff like honoring him and talking about his big push to restore the theatre and everything. I did not put it together. Then it was the same person at all. That's incredible now you're huge wanamaker's from wanamaker for rebuilding the globe. You may know him from such films as raw deal mafioso Lou Patra Vita by the way right right now. I mistakenly conflated the two. An actor who was in the sound of music portrayed him in once upon a time in Hollywood right. Oh that's good kid. Yes that's correct. So yes so. The whole thing arnold going to cover both and it's basically just like he doesn't want these guys brought to justice. Arnold is instructed to like fuck up this dude's operation which is the way you wanna go with something like this. I feel. You're hiring a bulldog like Arnold Schwarzenegger. He knows what he's going to get which is just endless. Piles of bodies. We don't want to skip the fact that before I'll even embarks on this. He has to fake his own death. This is insane without telling his wife by the way because I mean like and that's the funny thing you gotTa do it dude because otherwise she knows and you know yeah. It's for your own protection also. I'm tired of YOU and I'm likely to cheat on you pretty quickly. Yeah I have to imagine that some of him saying yes to this proposition is a relief from a nightly cake thrown out. I think had he got the shit kicked before no raw deal film. Actually we're plenty okay here a cake every night. What does he complained about? Well he doesn't get the. Let's fuck and floors. She keeps how I would eat floor cake. We are in the time of containment that I would eat floor cake right now. It could it better sex game. That's why she writes shit on it like you know what I mean. It's not actually doing it all on the this is so romantic. It's like old Scott Days. Oh my Lord Kaba. So he fixes. Oh Dad uh-huh I love this because he's like oh I've checking out the robbery at the oil refinement place and he goes in there and he's like okay. I report the squad car precisely. So and it's it's next to all these oil drums. I will throw a Stogie walkaway. They will think my body has been liquidated now. Now Look Arnold. It's not you can't just set your car on fire. What you have to do is destroy property that would just kill any other man financially late. Zuma body maybe any DNA didn't exist yet but like nothing you know just just three. Har They say the same dude. Red Jumpsuits showed up without gloves. That's a burden car was his car. He's dead lotion. That big do not find in teeth or anything anyway. The second he was a big guy is he the car. The car the body bag. That's him it's just such a casual way to like fake your own death to like you. Just ease fucking in and out. It's almost as if he's thought about this plot before like okay. I have my Stogie. I'm drive to the Petro Plant Don in Done Bing. Bang boom faked my own death excellent. They're just looking at a wind. Show that yeah. This looks like his teeth. Yup that's We'll have to get that to the lab. I mean before getting even getting to the teeth though it is. It is the strangest defecating like the police. Investigators come. They're like I guess he must have just purchased car next to this leaking. Gallon of oil. Is that what happened? So does any like night security guard that like may have eaten shit during all of those. Hello Artists No. I'm good to just park my call by leaky vast. I like to call the king. They don't also you. Don't have arnold checking around like antibody in this oil refinery one last time again. Today's episode is brought to you in part by AMC network shudder now of course shudder is the premium streaming video service super serving members with the best selection in genre entertainment covering Har- thrillers. And the supernatural. 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It's like an Harley Quinn fucking blows up the chemical factory in birds of prey like one of the biggest explosions I've seen lately now. We don't have energy. We're we're all staying home No more gas for anybody. Yeah this is only a couple of years after the gas crisis. Dude Watch it with that fucking that oil. Not that far removed does it? Was it a dig at John? Irvine to have or was he making fun of himself by calling urban oil industry. I think it's just one of those things where it's like. Oh that's cute. Yes yeah which is to say no one but the people involved in doing it and the person whose namesake it is gives it So Arnold Wants to you know he gets more of a dossier from Darren mcgavin saying. Hey Look it's this Guy Sam wanamaker. He's got one mob and he's getting moved in on by Stephen Hill. Who has this other mob? So we'll do the best way to get into Sam wanamaker's good graces is to take out something of Stephen Hills basic right right And the first of that is fucking up. This like illegal gambling house. So it's like you have at the Arnold transformation which is one of the funniest things you'll ever see. It's arnold like getting out of the shower and I think there's like voiceover from Darren mcgavin. You're going to have to become another person. Or whatever he parts his hair differently and just looks at himself in the mirror like Yaw. I can barely recognize myself. Good job with this disguise. He takes it like a taste of tomatoes. The job done I how are you? I'm clock and should be like. He has a moustache in the beginning of the movie and then he saves it for to become the raw deal. That's fair I yeah. He's like maybe some remark about like I've had this mustache since high school to hibernate so I don't work out for a year so I look like a different person. There is just like a normal guy him fucking up. This gambling outfit is one of the most entertaining scenes of the movie. He starts at like just slightly like he goes into these like Ya. I have a feeling this crap. Stable is crooked and he has the great light throws too little like magnetic like marble looking things into the table and they stick to the table and he goes magic or magnet. Get flips. Sir Sir Sir. No no this is a magic table. This is a whole fantasy realm. You wandered into this. This is the beginning of the scenes where you could tell this is written for someone else. Because in a proper arnold movie would have said that long been like a nice beat ready to take it in but it happens like there's no posit district like it's almost an afterthought says it you totally right. Yeah he just goes into flipping the table and just like murdering people. Yeah he kills everyone in that guy into the ceiling. The guy the guy in the ceiling makes the Jay Sherman being hung from the legend. The Simpsons and he's just up there like lance over. It was bad mouth and macgyver again. Kevin he beats up everybody in the house. And it's an amazing thing and also like I wrote down like at least three times in my notes. If anyone ever invents guns. Arnold is in real trouble this moving. Because everyone's like I'm GonNa try and fight that enormous fucking Ghalem. That is fighting. Shoot this guy in the head and that's the end of your problem. Holy Shit. This guy's like some sort of terminator. Say Tony WanNA flame thrower. Nap fist. Demolished everyone in there then they do get their guns like we gotta get him and he drives this fucking dump truck into this establishment. What I love about this too is like when he's getting into this truck and he's like pulling it up and like excuse me. Could you move off the sidewalk please? I have to go across the street. And the guy's like. Oh your lights aren't on all fank you're at then he then he rams into it. It's so awesome. And it's like it's weird because like there's not a ton of comedy in this movie so like totally the movies off but like I feel like the movie again which I do like would be better suited if it was funnier. Shit like that throughout 'cause that lights gag is so funny he's like Oh thank you and then just then you realize like what he's because you don't know what he's doing it I it's like. Oh thank you lights turn on. And you realize he's positioned the dump truck like right in front of the building and you're like Oh that's a funny joke well to Jemil's point like definitely feels like it could be written for someone else because Arnold is so good at comedy and it seems crazy not to lean on that as much because Hart did anyone watch a trailer for this curiosity. I watch right before we didn't I didn't go to the theater in nineteen eighty four on first of all I. I am afraid that aged myself by birth brown jokes of afraid to head of a youtube clip that I use visually by the way. I'm officially younger. The new of is when I it. Just it's like Schwarzenegger got a raw deal. It's a very Schwarzenegger centric trailer. Like we're using the word Schwarzenegger a lot and that's interesting. That's that has to be a product of total post terminator. Yes because that was the first time they could learn terminator raw deal. He's a small town. Share difference was this shot. First and then like he became a star. Then we're pushing it. I don't know I didn't look it up Steve Did you get a chance to promote your IMDB. For Dot. I'm I'm saddled without a printer but I oh you looked at it yes I did. Well this is this is a very like a dealer enters movie but it also feels so much cannon movie a little bit. I F has a Canon vibe which means like you could have put any old scumbag in this role. Bronson would have been perfect for the last name to Kaminski. It's Me Kaminsky. I'm going on the cover as What's that say an Italian? Oh boy is it. Magic magnets could say that live. That would actually work better with Charles Bronson Kinda would So we have There's a really great thing where like the two. This is a funny scene that use. Finally the two families Meeting on some Chicago docks or something like construction yard and doesn't really go so well. There's a hilarious. Assassination attempt on Petra Vida By by Adam Schiff Steven Schiff Where it's like a school bus full of assassins which was pretty three. That's straight up John. Wake Shit and I don't mean the action against me in the world where ever wanted assassin. Yes totally then. You could fit a school bus full of them into the sea off because this is what this is nineteen eighty six years. So that's when all the John Wick. Assassins were like in elementary school would later get older and become actual everyday hit men on the streets of Manhattan and the John Wick Averse. Hey Hey hey you back there back in the back. Stop stabbing each other steps castle. Don't make me come back there. I will stop this bus and I will break up. Usa since it's kind of like maybe the bus driver then we'll be ANJELICA. Huston visits her Russian Dance School of assassins. Or whatever the going on that third movie about that that all that movie just left my head I just remember I remember Holly Berry Fucking Shit Matt's like in in the final fight tire never I remember NBA star. What's his face to the enormous Bogdonovich the enormous nine foot tall dude? That fight is tremendous in that movie. That movie kind of I don't know but I I. There's a lot of fun stuff at that movie. So Arnold's antics continue he gets in This dudes limousine as this woman is coming out of the jewelry store or something or like shopping. I will say that this movie has more locations than any movie I've ever seen in my like. They don't even use the same location twice. It's really weird like single time. It's something different like Patrick. Vinas got multiple fucking hideouts that he's using the one that gets reused a few times. Patrick Vitas like underground bar. See that that's where the main and conflict occurs also he gets in the good graces of this mob. Yeah Yeah Yeah. Yeah but like. It's actually pretty awesome kind of funny enough. The same way with next of kin. There's a lot of on location. Chicago's shooting which is pretty great. And then all the Times that either supposed to be like Arnold's like small town sheriff situation or the end of the movie where they're in that like what that rock quarry hide out though that's all I think North Carolina So lots of Chicago location. Which is pretty sweet. I'm this is one of those things. They're like driving through the streets in his limo. And he's got like the gun on the driver and everything easy steals a Stephen Hills lady and then like takes Oliver Jewelry or whatever leaves them in the in the dirt. Kind of thing right right right. Speaking of frigate birds of prey it looks like an abandoned circus where he abandoned. Yeah what did I was like? What is this like outskirts of Chicago where you can still exceed the city's skyline but it just it again it looked like it was a dachshund if it's like something like near the river. I couldn't location dot is when I first fell in love with Mr J. I have some bad news. Corp word me intruding broke up man. I watched that movie the other night. 'cause Chelsea hadn't seen it fucking kicks as good. I really enjoyed Fantastic totally I kinda wanted more of her. Because I'm one hundred Fan But I don't you is fantastic and Rosie Perez the fucking rebirth of Rosie Perez Dude. Isn't it something I watched? Why Tanjug that movie fucking holds up. Oh really yeah. She's just great. Great Great Hats and all in that movie. Yes she Her wearing the The T shirt throughout the running joke of her wearing the the dictates that movies. So fucking. Great Yes he goes to Patrick. Vitas like casino. Hide out whatever you WANNA call it to basically apply for a job which is like the funniest way of seen anyone try to get into the mafia number one way to tell someone's an undercover cop. If they don't show up I would like to do some crime with you. Hi Let's get recruited. Yeah it's so weird he's like Y-you I'm from Miami. Just checking to see if anyone he and the mafia's hiring right now. I mean you have to put yourself out you know you can't just resonates into the star. This is a really professional mobs. And maybe they do just take applications. Listen I said we see. Did Not Finish your bachelor's degrees so we just need a little information of what happened. Gap in your assassination career. Listen we don't have anything for you now but we're definitely GONNA be looking at six months curious. This accent is Florida accent accent. Yes because yeah of course I had about salt in my mouth. I come from Saint Petersburg. Here's here's a head shot and my last five crimes within the file. Yeah okay well. The manager is in here right now. So just fill out this application. And we'll make sure he gets it. If you turn the headshot around you'll see me in a tennis outfit to show style range so before you leave Would you like to take Some good and plenty with you. A handful of good and plenty for you A Candy Bowl connects I believe. No it's UCLA. Or when the bills it's good and plenty which psychopaths to begin with early due for ever eaten or seen that implant the that's why they're making good and plenty. Oh my God. It is like whenever I would get one in like Halloween bag. You wanted to burn that person's house down because it's Mike. It's Mike Shaped Candy. That just tastes like licorice and Rotter Candy Candy Candy coated liquorice Yum yum yum. Everybody wants it. I would rather want my ass with these things. I see why there's plenty of it man. That's not bad it's kind of bad they We entered we're introduced to Internet toilet Robert Davi in this scene. Absolutely I meant to go check out to see his latest ramblings and I totally forgot Cova Age and like a cute guy. He's so Razi trump guy who does like videos of him like front facing camera pointing his finger. And it's a duke. Democrats don't know yes threatens. Nancy Pelosi on a regular basis. Just get through but did see below seem because his acting career totally shit out and then he was like Whoa. I'm going to be like a lounge singer. Crooner Frank Sinatra covers but turns out that audience for. That's all dead so then he's like I guess I'm just GonNa be a right wing lunatic on the Internet by the way. Jackie Mason tried to rebrand. Is that too but no one fucking notice. How Really Jackie Mason? Yeah this is his his fingers on the pulse more because he has dashboard cam. Videos and every trump lunatic does dashboard cam video. Well sometimes you gotTa Rant and your fucking car man like those brilliant thoughts are not. GonNa wait till you get home back. Yeah it's Robert. Davi the STAR OF MANIAC COP three the Badger silence here at a Wendy's parking lot. Tell You Yeah. He is like the number twos number two. Just kind of see where it gets confusing. I mean the whole middle of this movie is so arcane and confusing it is. There's a lot going on INS and outs. Yes so like Arnold. Has This interview the guy doing the interview who talks out of the side of his mouth that the entire movie yeah highly? Obnoxious is kind of like impressed with him. Robert Davi sort of not having it and Robert Dovey like Arnold leaves the interview. And it's kind of like a well. We'll give you a call. And he leaves and Robert Davi sends like like three like Mafia hitman after him. And it's like Arnold beats the shit out of these guys pretty quickly in an alley at this is where Ed Lauter is introduced in the movie. Rest in peace And he's like a cop you Kinda don't entirely know his deal right off. The jump has water in a death. Wish three as well. It's all that's right. It's one fucking extra ingredient in the minestrone too much. He's in for three seasons and I'm like what are you fucking doing here. What like. Oh He's a cop okay. I don't seem investigate. He just POPs up at the debt scenes like this is some guy They're just trying to keep it a mystery or something as to what his deal is until later in the movie. I think it's just like kind of unclear is more more than what is what is. Arnold's name that he uses the fake name. Jolie but Anna. That's because they're like I believe it's Ed. Lauter is like What's the Peace Dan for John's for Pussy whose e that is hilarious thing that men would say to one another Okay y'all are beyond my way. Now we know I was kind of like the the point named sue my tougher obsolete. Name your pussy like literally. I never thought anyone would ask that question. In the first word that came out was Bush's. Ra Yes. I was named after my maternal grandfather. Pussy So there's a thing that complicates things for Mr Patrick Vida even more is we have seen here. Where there's like this babe malicious jogger and she like runs up to this dude in a car and his like you know like oh When was the last time you had a good piss ant like started to get like into this house kind of thing And it turns out like she's undercover. It's a whole bus there. Busting Patrick Vitas like drug op interesting. Because it's like a suburban brothel. They're guessing which dude we had suburban brothels growing up upstate indefinitely. Those listed where visit I visited none. I don't understand what that Joe you decide to take a piss lie. I wrote it in my notes and then this morning looked at. What was I on last night? I told me that was. I think it's a thing where I have the movie on. Right now on mute so I'm kind of watching it but I think it's a thing where they use it to like see where the guy's going to get like I think the guy taking her. Yeah I mean this. He goes into the House and they like bust them once. They know which house it is or something. She's she's a cop and she's like don't you need to take a Piss as in? Aren't you going to let the door open for the cops? She pulls the gun on them. Yeah okay I forgot about this gun. This is totally a middle of the nowhere like drug house though. It's pretty great but a great line. The Guy Goes This one of the cops goes call. The President looks like we just fix the deficit. Like Nice. Try these joke definitely is. I'm actually surprised. This movie contains none of the classic eighties comedy. That you would see a cop movie like this to where at some point. He's got to eat Sushi and it's just a whole like Japanese food. Yeah we also have I mean I. It's kind of this movie so episodic it doesn't matter we go to a gay club and nobody drops an f-bomb. I was shocked. I the second show inside club Kink or whatever it's called and you realize pretty quickly to gay club here fucking comes like you know what I mean like. I getting ready for it. I could not believe that we came out of that slur free not shocking and it is. It's actually pretty almost progressive. Because it's just like it's just treated like another house advice. You know what I mean. In that regard you get one look of disdain from Arnold on the way out but it also might be disdained for Davi. 'cause like him and Robert. Divey you have to go to this place to sit up on behalf of the mob they're working for and Dhabi's GonNa stab this dude and Arnold dislike. Naw stand back and he grabs the student and like takes his whole body and runs. Runs him down this entire counter full of makeup and stuff that these people that go and drag are are are you know to perform in and he gets covered with everything and covered in red makeup everywhere and look at this look in the mirror. That's what you look like Dad. You want a great fucking lies. A coveted like nail policies. On the okay. Yeah what you're gonNA look like dead. That's what I just saved you from my partner who is going to the U. S. pissed. I was I was like I was getting ready to kill that guy de totally. He's ready. He was like he was that Seoul was mind. Look look if I don't take souls my marks just get deeper in the. I actually become a portal to hell so I do love that one of the most off putting parts of this movie is when Arnold is back. Patrick vitas gambling outfit and he meets. Monique who he's kind of flirted with in the first meeting. He gives her like a thousand dollars in chips So they kind of meet outside. He's Arnold has a smooth is fuck thing where he like. Passes this cabdriver. Some money and he's like we won't be needing you end the way and the guys like you got it have fun fucking And they go back to her place and he's like he's like all you know. I don't understand why people take sleeping pills all these chemicals. They just make your brain heard just three bottles of champagne. Does it for me? Three bottles of Champagne I would. I would not be able to go undercover for months. Getting the fucking horse drunk with this but that is Andre the giant levels of like drinking. You know what I mean. Yeah as more. Juan count falsely claimed but. They're having like a flirtatious night. Kind of thing. And he passes out before he's got like drunk giggles and Arnold having to play like he's like drunk laughing is truly unsettling like arnold. I THOUGHT TOXIC GATED. Isn't it crazy? Paean human it is it is. I mean you've found his comedic. There's a pre twins pre any of that stuff. Wherever like you'll never fucking stand up comedy class you took in league. Delete eighties. Hadn't happened yet and he was just on face murderer guy. That's the joke. Exactly in the scene right. He Falls Asleep and Monique is aptly pissed. She was ready to get it wet. And she's like I think the line is like oh great because he he takes his shirt off. Holy Fuck. This is going to happen. And then like he passes out and but she had two missions. One never had sex with a horse before one was one of the one of our objectives was to have sex with a horse. Suckered was go through his information and relayed on the phone to the mob and just to do a background check on him. The she like reads his passport numbers his license. Id NUMBER IN A. She's working for Patrick Vita Yeah and we also see her Idea and it says her name is. Monique hands the famous. Ms Hands. Yeah that was a great reveal at the the the rise of hands grandmother other zoo another classic joke from Chris Cabinet for anyone who's normal. That might be listening. Obviously Jamal as well was a documentary from the year. Two thousand seven about a guy who has sexwale sexual intercourse with a horse. Yes and Chris Cabin was like this is the best movie of two thousand seven. The movie no country for old men. Get the fuck out again. Sue Michael Clayton. Go Fuck Yourself. I want zoo a so like yeah but he also some hilarious fake snoring in this scene. 'cause he's pretending these past out our hobby horses asleep and she goes on the phone and he kind of the. He knows that she's in on it or whatever dress shopping which is fantastic. I died of this fucking scene. Do this is like another. Where can we place a fight scene that would be a equal parts? Action packed. And how Larry is at the same time and it's like yeah he's like dress shopping with her and also it's like Arnold the whole thing with Arnold's character and like you know when Monique later like tries to make a move on him again and he's like admitting that he's married and everything like you're going shopping with this woman. Like what the fuck did you think she was thinking? This was a pretty big signal. It's not a friendly thing by someone. Address can just go dress shopping. I think I've gone shopping with three women in my life and one of them is my wife in the other. Two were previous girlfriends right exactly. So it's like what is she supposed thing really? This is what human friends do right to the dresses and suits. It's also Gummy Mall. And he starts like. I don't even know who these goons show up. Who I love. This girl who wins represent at this point. Because there's so many INS and outs walk. Well I mean the thing is like because there's there's Sam wanamaker's Mafia and there's this other guys ma at odds. So yeah you kind of don't know who I want to say through the same Robert Davi goons because Arnold is like all these guys again. I think the guys test him slash wouldn't mind him being wiped out anyway. But what I love about this scene is these goons walk in with like bags of McDonald's and Shit and they throw it in the Fountain of the fucking store that's out and that to me is the wildest thing this movie. If I'm walking around joining a Burger and I when I hate I'm like you know what I'm just GonNa Keep Eating Burger. Guy's GonNa be there men finish quarter pounder. I do love this. Small Associati and he'd tears it apart it just kind of reminds me of what makes me imagine what M- Arnold Schwarzenegger would be like. Look the movie chopping him. Purses those robots well. That's like I mean the dream you get at the beginning of commando yes you know. When he's got in the same mall. I believe you know but again to your point though you slap Arnold in that movie. He's like fist fighting those killer. Robots dude excellent film Notre. He decides to join them. Let us these teenagers. You want to kill Kids Ya. There's a really bad moment at the end of this fight scene when they're like running out of the store There's really bad. Adr I believe from Arnold like yeah. It's definitely arnold. The running out of the store and like the saleswoman is right there. You just see her like total AGR. Arnold just go out of my way. Beech one. You're like okay. Like A fucking fight. Scene was over. Arnold. We're going to need to call you back. We need at this line. Not just that. There's a ton of bad eighty are in this movie like this movie must have been cut to ribbons and like restructured and stuff like the. There's a lot of Sam wanamaker lines that are just totally like you saying one thing and you're seeing something totally different right right right So basically you know the whole thing now is like Patra Vita and his goons and everything like he wants This the money and the drugs back. He's like fuck this. I paid for that stuff. Paid for those drugs like I want it. Back the problem being It is being housed in a police headquarters abbots like well. How are we going to get it out of there? And there's a great line where the number two is like reading the newspaper and he's like boom there. You Go New York City literally what we WANNA do. Just happen that yesterday. Somebody robbed a police station the stress of like. Hey that was an inside job. We don't have anyone on the inside and when they go go through the logistics and I like like Arnold in the corner and he's like a bomb a bomb you if they believe it you can't just call in bomb threat which is fair if you call it a bump into the absolute cashier. Whatever you get back in line all right okay. So that's that's a very good point all right if I want to continue my undercover operation. I guess I would have to blow up one police station first and then blow up a second and then threatened to blow up another police station then. I could become head of the FBI. I Look Darren mcgavin just had to kill twenty police officers and all they do. I have an idea that you will will blow up A. We'll put a bomb in a police station. You see these other guys these bomb dudes who kind of bending machine refill our guys. Oh Yeah and they just put a bomb like one soda cans a bomb and like they they find out later that it was a small bomb but again like you're definitely gonNA kill one cop with this bile. I'm sorry to bug root beer pageant. They go through that soda so much that like some guy actually gets the bomb. That's what you need to do. If you're doing a soda machine bomb you want to see the guy that it it over like God Damn I want my data. That is how it actually went off with. Some guy was shaking the machine. Eight by dollar also on the desk guys part right here for fucking up because like these guys walk in there like Oh yeah. We're here to serve as the vending machine and the COP is like. Oh what happened to the regular guy and a tip for anyone out there when you ask a question like that and the response is like yeah. That's what the boss wants to know too. That dude is crooked. Urine regular guy has been murdered or like. It's a different day or something like that and this the cop is just like. Wow whatever you go ahead. Fill the vending machine total stranger. I just imagine he has to be the guy who gets who gets the the the soda bomb is like. Oh God well. I'm really thirsty. Device isn't really on where you pop the top. Maybe if I just do it just so I wanted to do but not like this all of a sudden it's the beginning of the x files movie and then this is when we find out Frank from brand shows this whatever this other guy's name is Matt Michael Bagster. Marvin Baxter is the DA. And he shows up. This is going crazy. Yeah we think it's a gang war blah blah blah and. There's this new element and you kind of find out. This guy is crooked. Here is the idea. Do you find that that is crooked here that Franks crooked. No don't I'm sorry. No this is when Darren mcgavin shows up in pretty much tells them immediately like by the way. I'm doing an undercover operation. That is totally off balance. And not on the books. And it's just GonNa go totally fucking wild. Yeah because He. Yeah because this is when he's frank is like Oh what are you doing here the FBI you know is this your jurisdiction and he basically they get in this fight about like you know. Oh justice is that what you're looking for is it revenge. You know that that the So like he's sort of in on it There's also this weird subplot right around here. Kids into high gear or high ish year with Robert Davi and Monique Sexual History and got a great line where she goes. The only way will be lying next to each other. Max is if we're run over by the same car excellent line. We'll even says you know that horse we saw the other week. I'm going to buy it and unless you're talking about how I heard you one to have sex with horses off and I got one from the preakness I love. I fucking the scene where he tells her that he's married. Oh in the restaurant. I have to tell you about this restaurant. This is a fine dining establishment that is also apparently a nightclub pump and Grace Jones in the middle of an me. Like I would love that but I'm not thinking that the fucking yokels in the eighties gone like that. It looks like the same restaurant from Ferris Bueller and the blues brothers except for it has a dancefloor middle up. Well we know they were trying to different business. Model Cabin there entrepreneurs Arnold Schwarzenegger I would totally buy as the sausage king of Chicago. I am Abe Fromm in sausage being but that is sort of like the the weird like you know not Arnold Arnold movie thing like this romantic subplot. That kind of goes nowhere is not an arnold. The thing like he's is he a sex pot in movies at least at this this phase of his career he shows up women like their eyes bulge out of their head. They ball it's great. Yeah totally total a wiggins situations. None of this like Ya I'm married but You Oh my friend and I care about you shot up. She takes her dress off in the middle of this bizarre restaurant and throws it at them which is awesome. I really love that. Oh I love that because you can see. Even Arnold gives a great look great. It's a great bit of just visual at like you know physical acting for movies like like the. Look of Oh. What is this person doing this? I'm really embarrassed in his restaurant. The right now I have to say you should not wear clothes and drink. I did not ask for your clothes. Your boots oil motorcycle address back on and the way we left it with the wipe. I'm not expecting him to go back there. Course I would be thinking about that no other. She threw a cake. It you that said Shit on it. That's over at the divorce. I'm saying I call it divorce there. There's a crazy thing Kind of run here. They're like spying on La- manzke year Eddie comes out of synagogue. And they're like oh can we get a shot Adam and there's like too many people around Robert WSB pissed off What's with somebody people and Arnold's like do you own the calendar? I bet it's a Jewish holiday and Robert Davi like. Yeah we'll for his sake. I hope it's the Day of Atonement. Yup kind of great life. I just love how a napped Robert Davi is it. Everything these is so. He's so angry at Arnold being capable. Yes which I mean. It's weird because that's Robert Davos. Life and real knife now is being angry at others for for being better than him. It does lead into a great chasing though where they're right after this dudes limo shooting the shit out of each other Kind of a great Zine. That has a fucking hilarious lead. I've never heard that expression before They're like they're about to drive under a piece of machinery and clearly like most of the car isn't GonNa make it and so you have Lemanski yelling grab hats as a as a euphemism for duck fucking awesome. There's also one guy that gets a Primo headshot here her blood come out of his head. I'm always in for that. I got it done because the guy in the beginning gets one of those to do this movie. There's some there's very good kills their out absolutely. Yeah and this is this is Lemanski is less like dance right here right because this car like. They grabbed their hats this cargoes flying within like explodes. It goes through some sort of a factory obviously ensure it gets the top by a beam drives into a gas tank and explodes. Which is very in this. This is one. That's Weird. Because really like seventies ask like when they're trying to run them off the road these big oldsmobiles those ritual for a little bit. Yes because it is as couva chasing as it is much like Mitchell. It's pretty low on the miles per hour department so this is sort of the last dish. Act I guess right. I mean the structure to this film whatsoever. No Not Really. I mean Robert Davi brings in. It's kind of great like rubber dovey brings in some crime guy from Miami and he's like showing him pictures of Arnold that he's had taken and The Guy from Miami's like oh no. I knew such as Joseph Pussy Brenner. Busted him twice a week and that's not the guy right right right right right. And he's like. Oh aware as you know Mr Brenner. Now or something in the guys like these in the Caribbean for all. I know you know whenever it is. Sadavi knows that something's up here. This is where you also somewhere around here is where it's Confirmed that Frank for Murphy. Brown is working for Patrick. Vida also yes. So that's like another weird crooked. Turn the movie take one good Robert Davi line. Here is when this this crooked copy brought in from Miami's Oh I gotta go back back to Miami today. Because in the morning I got a Softball game versus the Dade County. Police Robert Davi says cops. Cops I got no one to root for yeah totally by the way during the The stealing scene when we get them trying to rob the police department any anybody noticed. Who's running the operations there now? With one part of the operation. The Police Department the Guy. Behind the desk. Yeah do you know who that guy is? No filthy animal. No way that dude from the fake home alone movies. Angels have filthy hearts or some. Shane Gills filthy souls dirty faces. Angels Real Movie. All right good. Yes already is what it is. Let's check the Google box in one home alone movie. He's watching one. And then another in the sequel. He's watching like I guess. Also a sequel to that movie or something. I want to say it took me like fifteen years to realize that neither of those movies were actually real grown adult before I knew that they were from the Internet. Ticker angels with filthy souls. Chris the point I learned this last year. Yes see who it is. It's very like Oh that's just a that's why they pick that movie up perfectly. Got Mrs Kinda stupid and home alone. Two loss in New York. It's angels with even filthier souls over Niagara Fiat. I'm sorry yeah. Yeah when. Something's advertisers being even filthier. Yeah absolutely A we have a great so so the whole thing now is like our really gonNA test this guy. We're GONNA make Arnold Takedown Darren mcgavin. Yes is is what we graveyard like. They pick them up in a graveyard. They pick up the growing and kill. Somebody is an excellent. This is more undercover work that I am doing murdering people I think. I think the robbery of the police station does happen. I to the Robert specialisation which is a pretty good. It's again it has nothing to do with this movie kind of like well. It's like all of Petro Vitas all his money and his drugs and they want to get it out of there and then they have all these guys pretend to be a bomb squad rotate. How does this work? Do you get like you're on the police radio band and you're just like no no real bomb squad standout we got it got it. Well aren't the dudes in the van like intercepting the phone? Call though because you see the guy and he's like Oh that's fair like there's there's one guy who's like Like receiving a nine one one call or something and then there's another guy that's like. Oh yeah they're like making prank phone calls. At like a sleepover. They're like yeah. Yeah bomb squad. We're on the way. He sizzle chest So they get in there and they still all the old fucking stuff back and my favorite thing is like all right. We got it all and they rush. Like Hey I guess you'd have to talk to the department. Actually if I guys later he's fake guys back to out of the area totally even though we've already heard an explosion because they blow this safe it's kind of cool seeing them like cut through the lock with this torch and spray out the cameras with black black spray paid and it's kind of like cheap heat their both of these moments movie that it's like whoever it you know the director clearly soft beef and watch the bunch of Miami Vice. Ooh I'm due for that. That's great we're talking speaking of Miami Vice You WANNA put somebody else in this other than sourcing Don Johnson. Oh yeah you would be great. Yeah yeah this is kind of directed by Michael mant contraction. I got it. I'm not all things I would like to watch. Just the but it's just the Jim Belushi getting shot by shotgun kind of on a loop for. I want to make an art film. That is that dude. Will there's all those Like those youtube videos where it's like. Oh here's this obnoxious song for ten minutes or something on a loop or ten hours or whatever I would watch Jim. Belushi taken Buckshot to the gut for fucking ten hours on Youtube. Don't worry about in Orient Selfish and slow-motion. Oh man if like okay source of air gets the assignment. He's like okay. I'm going to eat a bunch of ham sandwiches and hostess cakes and like cut to six months later. Jim Belushi walks out. He's the defense sector thing. How about how about the face off but with the red heat guys? Yup All. I have to become Jim. Belushi eating exactly better start eating. I would like Jim Belushi. Be Like in Arnold's body. I mean that's the thing it'd be impossible you burning rapist madman pronto. You'd you'd have to. You'd have to kill him. The movie would then become. We just have to kill this guy it's like Frankenstein's monster run fucking muck dude. I've stars on grand theft all the time that actually gives. I mean that gives me the idea that Arnold would be an excellent Franken Stein prize. That never happened. Yeah we'll watch you know a lot of those earlier movies and just pretend it's Hercules a New York. He's gotTa just Frankenstein. Yes pretty much. I've never seen them. Is that pornography or no? I mean it it. Also wishes seemed like a Toga walking around Central Park. There's some interesting shots of New York but I don't remember it being even eventful. It's not it's a very boring movie. You do get like the beginning where he's in wherever. Greek gods are said to have lived or something. Whatever and I kept wanting to say Valhalla. Which I knew was wrong. But the point is there's like all these like Babes all over him and he's like in this garden and you're like okay like this can easily drift into pornography. No problem he does have that one. Good Line friends So we're at this Frankenstein starring Arnold. It would have to be incredibly horny. Like he's the question. Lake so doctor Dr Frankenstein right So you you collected assembled core pieces to make a person get it got it makes sense but Your monster here looks like a sex toy. It's rocky horror picture. Show at that point was made Adam. It's like on dog few UTAH. Yeah you're building something for sex clearly and I think it has the intention of Frankenstein in general. Absolutely come on. It's been a long time looking for the hogs. It's got an abnormal brain and an abnormal hog. It just shows up with a bucket full of Jewish. Honestly Your Dick my master Paul Giamati as Dr Frankenstein. Ooh A sex pot. Not Too late for that. I also would like old man Frankenstein. If it's like Arnold now as Frankenstein like Oh we can only find this. The corpses of the sixty eight year old bodybuilder. Like it's like it. Takes an alternate reality. Where frankenstein-like kills all the townspeople takes? The pitchforks away starts sticking them through live Fox. I watched that movie then. He retires SORTA like his role in Terminator Dark Fair hanging out. It's free I could Stein. A COP thinks he's at he's at a cemetery and he's at the graves of Wolfman and decreasing the black expensive right. I want this really more than we. So fucking awesome. It seemed like the magic the was rounding out the ATHOL monsters left. I'm into it. I'm very interested. That would watch this in a heartbeat. Twenty tickets up by the theater. So yeah this the cemetery thing you know. It's kind of a hilarious like Darren. Mcgavin is at the grave of his son. It's kind of confusing. Because he's a while there's also another funeral happening simultaneously. That's sort of the fake out as you think they're going to attack this like a mob funeral thing but it's we're actually just attacking one mourner. I feel like if I am. I would know you from behind. Andrew said to kill somebody. You're at a graveside. I wouldn't just like ready to kill that guy but I'm pretty sure that's Andrew because I've known them what ears it is such bullshit that it's only when he turns around and he's the arnold like domino. It's my good friend. It's like come on. And he says to to like after he's gunned down and you know everybody kind of escapes and whatnot. Arnold is holding him and he's like Y-yes sorry about that I didn't see it. Was You know it was delayed? I'm like come on man. You definitely do as this is great though. Because there's another another goon that gets taken out by Arnold or Darren mcgavin and then Arnold has a takeout Robert Davi and it happens very quickly but we get like these slow mo shots of Robert Davi being shot with this weird sound like. Oh like this again. Music orchestrated yeah. Yeah it's pretty fucking Rad though All these dudes go down great hilarious things at the actual funeral service. That's happening They hear the gunshots. 'cause they're fucking six feet away and so clearly they start running. Did you catch the thing? One do definitely falls in the grave. Then he peeks out at the end and he's like is it over fucking face plants right into the grave. It's amazing So this is kind of so now. The Darren mcgavin is down. Arnold full-on Monster Man. Yes and there's one thing I had to point out to speak into the music because Eric you mentioned music using in the scene at the cemetery. Did Everybody Know Creek there. I appreciate the fact that when Arnold like sets him down and it's like okay time to go into monster mode speaking of monsters. It sounds like this is orchestrated by own going. On right here yeah. He's he walks out of the cemetery and he's like Bojenka powerful partner Jacob bow pound. It's the deadman's Arnold. It's this big Dick since throughout this movie. Yes team is like Dr Powell. I love that one. It's it's supremely eighties away again. Back to journals theory that this movie was for somebody else. This is a score for a movie that starts somebody else. This is not a score appropriate for a dude. It's two years off the fucking terminator but it's it's really fucking dealer and just trying to steal the Golden Golden Globes this heat to a little bit. Yeah really is I bet he was pissed off Those dudes were making so many movies and also making them so cheaply. The deliverance was always running out of money including making this movie so he had envy those guys. I feel on some level. I think that's why Arnold puts on a pleasure jacket instead of a leather jacket for his rampage. He goes into his hotel room. Whatever he like opens up this big suitcase full of guns and you know that there are action movie heads pulls out a machine gun is God and he pulls out an Uzi. He's got it and then last he pulls out the shock gut he knows some guy in opening jacka absolutely. Somebody spent a lot of time at hotels where we did before times. It's really strange to me. That no one at Hotel. Notice that he was lugging the suitcase for weapons. Yeah totally 'cause you get a shot of this thing like on the bed it's massive and the only thing that could be in. It is tons of guns. I mean it's like a cartoon like it should have like the rifle coming out of the side of it down there to hide it by putting a hat on payroll. It's like when the mask pulls out all of the guns at the end of the mask and he spins it. It's that he's got all these guns and he goes to the and you get this amazing sh voiceover of Darren mcgavin being like shit always goes down at the quarry and he's like I will now go to the quarry voice. Thank you for the revised It's so great though because I don't think that he's said that in the movie so he doesn't Other amount does mention the the whole like the pit or the quarries. I I think it was Robert Davi. Oh final doesn't work out. We can just throw them in the pit. Yes because there is like this rock crushing machine. That will later. See a dummy fall into its choice. Oh man it's fucking Primo but yeah. This voice overs hilarious. It's like yeah if he ever tells you to go to the quarry quiry quarry. You're never gonNA come back from the quarry quarterdeck and then on his way arnold raids on Martin Scorsese's tape collections. Because he's got this. He's played satisfaction. I'm like what movie am I watching? I'm sorry rod deal too little too late. If yes guy needs rock and roll to assassinate people which is awesome. I have no problem with that. That has to be like. He's putting on headphones during his senior earlier or like turning up aradio somewhere before he starts killing people the fact that this is like a one time occurrence in this movie unacceptable. Have you heard of Huey Lewis and the news? I think they're really capable to their own on this one far. Exactly I mean it's so crazy kicking out this windshield beforehand. Which is Great? So he can shoot people more easily and he'd just drives around this quarry shooting dudes off cliffs and like they're landing on stones in Jay's amazing and this is where we see one guy fall into the gravel crusher and get like chopped up by this thing. Great Excellent yes. We're we're a few years from being like Video Games are what movies are. Movies are video games but this felt very video game to me. Yeah definitely is yeah. I mean so much so I was I. I was reminded of a game that I just started playing on. Ps VR called blood and truth and the opening thing. And that is like you are driving someone else's driving you and you're in kind of like a rock quarry looking place and you're shooting like out of a car at dudes who are trying to kill you but I think the critique of like movies like. Oh this movie's just like a video game which will hear a lot nowadays. It's just like that's you're just so you're just saying video game instead of fun because this is fun. No one was known was really playing any type of sophisticated video games in one thousand nine hundred eighty five or whenever they shot this. No no no no. I'm just just fun. I'm just saying like it's fun. Like not one thousand. Nine hundred seventeen is it's fun. Oh is that is that a critique that movie received game now on rental I still have to check it out. I like that movie. Yeah enjoy yeah. Three and a half four star movie at five Here's a weird like sort of rare for this character in this kind of a movie. Arnold like makes the mistake of just accidentally driving into a bulldozer. And it's Kinda like wounded for a little bit and unlike I usually don't like when a musical cue changes so fast and he says he hits into this thing and boom. That song is off and I guess because it's diabetic because it's on the radio and the radio's faulkner sure. Yeah yeah well no because then it goes into the pepper down your GONNA help us. I'm below your castle in your sewer. Let's go to Marlborough Reporting Luigi in that case. I think that'd be taller than Arnold. Maybe Louis maybe it's still newnan. Oh Fuck Yeah. This is my brother. Bob Moon it. We are the sewer but at US manioc speaking of Michael Man Dude. Absolutely we will take care of bows her. Luigi on the comes out at the end and does really via the shit. Here's my brother Luigi. I'm just going to wait a year. It's really unsettling red dragon. Yes the movie still. Oh gimmie warrior that. Oh yes now we are talking now. Ooh We should do if they redo. Super Mario Brothers Lena stuff do like a weird doctor. Strange Parallel Mirror lands. Yes make a trippy. As faulk I would fucking love it dude. I would absolutely love it then. John Two zero can be while Luigi. Yeah I don't know I don't think anything to tourists sexy enough to pull off while we appoint a fair point. The only the only thing that's left is the big scene of infiltrating the hideout the last level of the video game. He still the only piece of consequences here is he. Takes all the money from the drug thing that's been going around by the way the F. B. as the fakest looking money I've ever seen it's really bad right okay crazy. It's really Rad. Way I need to say that before we close I notice because I'm one of those saps it's like hey money cool this is one. Yeah so he he. It's a meeting with Sam wanamaker and all of his guys like we gotta get rid of this guy. Oh my God. He's outside which kind of rules and this is. Just the number two is here so is Frankfurt Murphy Brown. And everybody's just kind of hanging out and so is frank frank from every Brown Yes so is Arnold Schwarzenegger best friend and confidence. Fennel Thorson is one of the bodyguards. Businessman's Fennelly Thorson which is already great power going on it's working for me. It's so awesome. And he's just like you know. He's wrapped up in the shenanigans at this bar. He Arnold you can tell it's a thing where he's like y'all you know It would be really great if there was a scene in this moment where me and spin good Kind of have a little fun. I'm of course going to kill him but We have a little cat and mouse. 'cause it's like like he's the only dude left standing at one point. Anne Esta like he's like dodging Arnold Arnold like hiding behind part of the bar. Yeah you know how like exhaust fan is good to be in every movie of mind you know the discretion Svan diver. We need a van dive every move. You know spending have this. We have this joke. I say he marry a square because I always killed him. You're going to Marius van. He does have a fucking hilariously like theatrical death because Arnold shoots him and then do you see this like spin yes. He raises his arms in the air and pulls down a rack of glasses. It's amazing and he has. His stomach is all shot up. It's great dude. It's like professional wrestler. Back God's Fed all sorts of into the Glass Cabinet. Looks like there's a lot of bad guys in that movie. Is there anything for me by any chance or just man? Only Ha Jesse I'm having trouble hearing you. I think there's a bad connection now. I just got this car phone from carphone Shitty. Buddy this is gonNA work Yeah I guess. I'll have to call you back Polish. I'd be mad. You definitely wait for my call. The Jesse it's great. I mean there's a lot of this is a great. He's plowing through people with machine guns. It's fantastic. It's pretty serious. It's another great. You're seeing it. But he only goes over with so many guns goes through. That should immediately. And then he's like picking firearms off of corpses and continuing the mission. Yes he genuinely gets. The party started shoots lights and they turn on. That is an entertaining and dumb as fuck moment. Where the fuck is this one. Lightbulb can get shot out and then a bunch turn on and start twirl. I love his number. Two doesn't even get to get a death as smell and he's just kind of part of the fodder which is kind of a problem. It's been part of the movie. Yeah and he. He's had a lot of lines classic. Arnold job interview at the beginning of the movie and he really just kind of gets wasted as an afterthought while Arnold is chasing after a Patra Vita who gets US stellar shot through. The back is ripped up. He got shot to soup. Yeah because fucking Campbell soup that is what you want is your hero to shoot an old man in the back in. Well he's in the Mafia pay. Have let you a treat. What's rat about it is like totally just fucking murders? That guy gets the job done. There's no like and again because I think you know it's a movie that wasn't made for Arnold like there's no line there's no standoff of any kind. You just fucking rips this dude up. He's dead and that's it mission over. But the last guy he kills is Frankfurt Murphy Brown the DA that Greg exiled him to the FBI too out of the FBI and like he was a whimpering and crying. Obviously because you've seen wholesale slaughter. I feel like if you're not crying to see there's something wrong with you. Am I incorrect here? Did I catch right when they go back and Arnold notices him when he notices him? Bef- Arnold notices frank before Frank Notices Arnold and is this guy not trying to kill himself and like the bullet. There's no bullets in the gun. I miss that. And he's holding like a little pistol and it's like I think he pulls it and there's just no bullets left in it looks like and then he's looking like say he's robbing corpses like just like feeling up the corpse a little bit and I was like what is he. I think what yeah I think what he's doing is he's looking for a guy tries to kill himself. This bullets and then Arnold gives him an actual gun and gives him the same ultimatum resign. Which in this case is kill yourself or be prosecuted anyway. Anyway you wanted Arnold turns around and because it looks like he's going to kill himself. He turns around but then Frank Ozzy pulls a gun on him and then he shoots him right in the chest just wasted. So it's like okay and now you also just murdered the fucking Chicago. Da this is going to go over real well both should. I don't think I understand that choice of of if I'm the DA. And I've been handed a gun and kill yourself or I'll kill you but he's just walking away. Just like yeah. Hang out when I sit this one out back dude. I'M GONNA take the credit for that. He's got his story. I got mine there. You go ex. Yeah exactly it's and fucking destroyed. This guy's life once before have his name. I can call him out like you know it's all right there. I mean I think he's been hanging around the mafia a little too long. He thinks he's King Shit. And you know what you fucking dance with the Devil Dude How do you shoot the devil in the back? What if you Miss Monday? Crime Scene Investigation happens. We get that COP that we've seen multiple times during the whole Piece for pussy interaction. And he's like Oh. I think that leak we had has been plugged. Yep which is another good line. That's almost like what you'd want the action star to say exactly instead. It's like character actor Ed Lauter. Who's like banana this and then we get this fucking ridiculous Casablanca seed dude. I was loving man earlier on his like all right. Go to the go to the airport. I will meet you there charter. A plane is well. Don't forget to charter a private plane. If I were her I'd be like well. How the fuck do I do that? How do I go about charter planes? This over a visa discover. I mean it's a Casablanca saying where the husband is money. Dude better money than fucking vichy French man. Come on I guess but yes alike she takes off and then Ed lands in a helicopter and they basically have like A. I believe this is the start of a beautiful friendship kind of exchange and then like the movie. The movie really needs to end at at this straps. She's gotten the like a quarter million dollars disco on the plane. I'm not coming with you. Yep It should probably end because they just have an exchange and ED. Lauter is kind of like. Oh you know the second I saw you. I knew that you were working with somebody that you're GONNA hot early entire Chicago MUFF. That's why it just let you hang back and do my job for me also the DA and a couple of cops. But hey come. I I saw you eat that. A glowing star. Which meant you're invincible. So I was going to let you run for a little while so many with my had but the movie does not in there and unfortunately ends with. Darren mcgavin in physical therapy. This is going to go delivering. You did not even see this guy known to be shot. He was shot like you assume he lives like maybe it should be a hospital room scene but this physical therapy is a bit rich because the whole thing is like if they killed there and mcgavin. No one's going to know that Arnold was helping him because there's no official record so that should be the whole thing is like. Oh no you know he could be dead. How am I gonNA prove that I was you know quote unquote undercover for him? Doing this whole thing and then all Ed lauter needs to say is like I like at that airstrip like Arnold. I know that you're one of us. Because Dermot Gavin has lived. He was at the hospital. He told me the whole story Blah Blah Blah instead. It's like y'all okay. Now you walk a couple of feet. The ME also. My wife is pregnant. She's no longer throwing cakes to me. drinking is cut back significantly because of the pregnancy by the union with. Amy has been a big success. Oh yeah ride out and I was his death something that that was a real wakeup call. Maybe when she threw at him again it was a gender reveal cake they were having a baby shit and yes. It's like all this stuff. And by the way you have to advocate your cripple Blah Blah Blah. And it's like oh no you have to walk again please. You have to be the godfather you can't be out in the field chair or would you be a quitter. If Blair was seeing this starting to get into his dead son too much we the dead son card did and he's like. Oh Yeah you want to quit. Did you ever quit in front of Blah Arnold Schwarzenegger having to say the name? Blair is magnificent. He's here with us now. You'll know I see him your room you ask you ask him a question you will answer. I will. He'll respond to hammer right coasts. Assist okay now player is saying something with an m. what you have on that. Come on give me something virk with year Blair wants to know. I'm getting the name Louise Louise. I'm getting the sound from Blair. He's saying stop me a pussy. That's what he said he says from heaven. Stop Being Pussy. But generally Kevin's head like six lines in this movie. It can't end on the him. And this fucking awakenings ask like the best part about. It is the physical therapy nurse who just starts crying. Fuck could force Costa Blair at Yoder Blair. Yoda Abe Frohmann Quiambao. Gin So yeah it. Just I mean this freeze frame. It's like speaking of this right out of Iraqi move young. I don't know what this is not the end of raw deal. Where he's killed seventy people get it. We just not five minutes ago. Saw Sports Nager methodically killed? Dozens of people he shouted omitted back. He doesn't like you can do it seed to Maine into a rock grinder. Some of those guys unless unless transferring the souls. He took him. Oh I like that. Yeah I mean you some of those guys were just bookies word like cold blooded killers another word just like pushing money around sure. Sure that's true But Yeah I mean it just ends on this freeze frame the score. Is You know sex phone delicious. Yeah right through to the very end which I loved But it just it. Yeah it kind of just like craps out on this dumb freeze frame of the two of them. And I'm like all right so it's the main character and like yes dude. Who was a character that was the catalyst for this story? But I- maybe he's back with amy fragment well on the porch you know or maybe yeah he decides like small town. Sheriff ING is for him after all would be something that'd be kind of a growth of the character and also you need to if you're if you're keeping that wife around you gotta show her again. Yup absolutely do that? I say the last shot should be him coming going back to the House. Everything's gone. She's not there. And it was a lie I told their McGovern to make his life not seem like the saddest most bloodthirsty thing that's ever existed. Faulk that'd be awesome actually cabinet. I like that I'm all alone. Every day is a new hardship of pain. Arnold Follow As it stands though that is the end of raw deal So I will put it over to Our Good Buddy Jamal As it was your pick sir. Would you recommend this movie to the movie watching public? Absolutely it is a Lesser Schwarzenegger to minor entry in his reign demography. But I think a lot of fun. It's so silly. And so like I said at the beginning like incongruent sort of nothing really fits about the movement. But I think it's a big applauded fund totally Eric Cisco Yeah Definitely. I agree with everything that Jamal said. It's also like it's like a perfect movie almost for me because it's like I always have an Arnold Itch and I'm always dying to scratch it but I also have like eighties Mafia actiony movie itch and it's like it's too great flavors together. Yep So definitely I would definitely recommend Steve. Yeah it it it it. It's a recommend for me. It's also seeing is believing because this is so incomprehensible weird labyrinth of stories that you're like. Wow they really did it like I. It superfund Arnold is great. Knit not really great anyway. A lot of debts really really fun. I killed in this labyrinth. Chris Gavin Yeah this is one of my favorite Arnold's I liked him like Bronson like most action Stars actually I like when they go peculiar when things. Just don't seem right in any way shape perfor- CONJU for Charles Bronson. Oh sure stuff were just what is happening here and also the on a Chicago shooting actually really good and you get to see navy pier before they fucking put a mall and Ferris wheel there. It's barren and it's amazing. Is that where he drops off the two people in the LIMO? When there's a big car chase when they're trying to kill Lemanski? Oh Okay. They go through The pier and I was just like that looks really familiar. And I'm like Oh yeah. There's not a humongous fucking park and Ferris wheel in the background Yeah I would totally recommend this movie. I had not seen it a really long time. And not only is it under seen Arnold. I think it's underrated Arnold. Nobody talks about this movie I think it also just suffers from having like bad poster. Art for the cover. Yup like if you look at this like passed by. It's just him in like a white tank top with the gun and it's very like unexciting And this movie. I think is exciting. It's a weird not. You know like the character isn't necessarily supposed to be a fish out of water because he's undercover but like it's actor out of water you know 'cause like he just it's it's a movie that's kind of too complicated plot wise for Arnold. It's a different kind of crime movie but to Eric's point two. It's a great mash up of Arnold and like vague drug trade agree As as we say around here and I had such a fucking ball with this. I cannot recommend enough and that is raw deal from nineteen eighty six directed by John Irvine Thanks so much for hanging out We always love having you on the show and it's great to see you on camera doing well during all this crap. Baker Santee are good too. Glad to be here. I'd seek X. June well And so you can of course fundamentals reading on The New York Times Once a week you have the column upstairs correct twice a week. Technically okay excellent. That's a much but we'll do awesome. Qna's which. I always love those on. Twitter live pretty much right. Yeah yeah usually. Once a week it'd be one of those although now because I think everyone in opinions going insane. Everyone is doing them in their happening. And they're not necessarily about my column each time so I think last time someone grilled me about serial that I like to eat. Now you do those serial reviews man and they are comforting. Hell I I love those. Find such weird cereal. I got a box shipped to me from General Mills Full Dis sponsored. And that's going to wrap it up for us of course headed over to Patriot. Dot Com slash. We hate movies For more content there we got a new episode up on John. Carpenter's the thing for we love movies. Months Selection of the. Nexus is still going All the usual patriots suspects are still going on. And we should yeah. Go ahead see if you like If you like shitty action movies were doing the exterminator on a side order of sleaze at the eight dollar level. Just an F. Y. That's coming thriving. Risley it's coming. Out of mothballs. We are bringing back a really old feature during these quarantine days and it's very exciting. So look out for that in the month of April and of course the ongoing Corentin project here movies over on the free feed Is Mel row to know where each week twice a week? we cover One episode of Beverly Hills Nine. Oh Two one oh and one episode of Melrose Place To give you that nineties nostalgia when we could be outside in the sun just having sexy times again so check that out that airs every and Thursday Right here on the main feed where you got that episode So that's going to wrap it up for a Steve Sadek. What is going on next week on the program? What do we have here on? The main feed We are talking about an oft-requested film. Cool as ice with Vanilla ice heritage movie excise all the way through. Actually I actually do kind of enjoy it. Oh Dude it's campus fun and Steven Pretty sure. I watched it at the oldest story apartment where you know at least twenty. I'm sure actually I probably. I haven't seen it this Stephen but that other guy who doesn't exist anymore he sought a couple of times There you go so until next week with cool as ice some Andrew. Japan Stephen Sadek Eric. Cisco Chris Gavin Jamal Buoy. Take it easy.

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198: Steve Hill on homeschool, holes, and Tupperware parties

Scummy Mummies

36:26 min | 5 months ago

198: Steve Hill on homeschool, holes, and Tupperware parties

"This this coming mommy's hello. Everyone and welcome to the scummy mummies podcast. It's made helen thorne. Hello hello. I feel like we're in a cave. If we got for our first guest on our first ever remote podcast telephone. Well we have against our fest. If a man it is of course. he'll stephen crisps. Braves news fucking big step focus. Personally recouping this flooding. I ten at night because you said you could. You could do any night but not before her not before tenneco. What the hell are you doing. Every night until five primarily football matches. i'm one scottish. football match. Football was still. Are you fucking planet. Live on the live every single day. All i don't give a fuck about cost about your fucking life or your sue pictures on the internet after fucking rooker them. How do you like yourself thing things. Kitchen copy raiders wives anymore. Jesus christ l. told me about rita's wives and i just laughed along as i do when i don't understand no you from what do you think up for anything. Now that i'm seeing a exists. Only the young ones into rule the different ones. They really are the young ones they know. And some hauser and go. Isn't that right. And yes i think using that phrase in my into dating and the men love it when i say every whole goal. It's and i have to think that's my friend. Steve and he told me that thrilled him. Tupperware party what. The fuck is up wherever nine for being tight. Touting ojos plugged takes it and three of the people always in your ears specialist. No no this i. It's only just recovered steven and i'm not. I'm not willing to go back to that dark place with one. I guy back to every house ago. 'cause i feel this is important for clarity but not the is steve are we saying is perhaps larger than the average man. But you can. You can have a little nibble on the and he's just a scientist isn't this isn't able chaining and they want to know that. Despite the fact is remote now we still is still the high level of quality of both audio and content cake. They can expect from discovery and steve hill. Fate steve. Hello for anyone who hasn't listened to the previous episodes we've stayed. Why don't you introduce she. So i'm steve. I'm six foot uncut. Nine and a half inches twenty nine years old single were uncut means uncircumcised that shit. There you go hang up on a steep learning curve for ten months. I tell you i really have plenty of learnt a lot of things but not all of the things clearly tupperware party said. Thank you steven once again. Only got myself only last night on another post. Yeah i'm guessing you don't had spread the would. It takes a brand sipping instagram. There with helen. Tough parties a hybrid laboratory without other boots as well be nice. That's an ozzy grants. I'm happy to support it. It's lovely to have you back. Stephen production just read what you wrote author journalists sad essay stay at home dad yes moreau. Od laurence. Llewelyn spelt wrong. Look like you. Could that look like if you been picky. Double llewellyn as in from the wealth. If you watch us on stories when we're were onto three or four hundred years ago stay with right you got me dads and then we go and you'll head was shown then state but would you describe it for the listener now. Beautiful as sort of flowing locks of late at wadi imperial. I haven't had a hacker since since the world ended. Why would you. it's it's it's very. It's quite effeminate. I would say it looks like you've had a perm which is very pleasing and enjoying the new. I mean what. What is it given you having long hair real confidence those journeys to the kitchen bathroom back to the kitchen. I just just philip woman myself daily us with too much. Do you miss being on the road with the stadium. Absolutely one aspect of the other thing about when i used to eat prawns and exit. The van is one aspect. I don't miss look sausages. Fucking how he really liked it. When i was ten minutes late for everything i think. That's what he really liked. And you even thank god. You said always ten minutes late on. Thank you steve. Just whatever you doing starts at minutes earlier. Just basic manners. This pokhara us eighteen minutes late actually chose the times are pretty late for my appointment that you miss me taking. Opiates curry and then making you wait by the pissing pub. Fuck tom for drink. Driving passed the test. You passed the test. You're responsible driver. Dan guess eight fucking speed awareness schools rights at the start of the outbreak. Asana room with forty fucking people in end of february. I think so. Yeah you mean is luckily survived probably driven since a dummy coast and it was absolute bullshit. Eight hours of just being patronised having so you've avoided the coronas debut. Haven't you haven't had it. So desperately ill in christmas twenty nine hundred and was bedridden with some kind of hideous flu. Sometimes imagine was. Yeah i've ever seen is is pandemic santa quite serious so i thought i'd stay in from the fuck by the book from day. One really unlike a lot of bricks around here many people who are you can't get a apparently they go about doing their own thing openness swimming original people who've had a party with forty people and thirty hidden a bedroom while the place came around fifty year old women say place part of it was pretty close in that room. Oh my god. Yeah in court. Sater's some taiwan which is allow people so kind of just realising same summing fickle shame shows me that fake basingstoke. What are we. Don't read the news really. You know what a watch much of the day that disappeared a couple of your parents. I mean you're you're lying on. It's an interesting time for people between fact and and you know opinion and belief because there's lots of people who aren't really discuss whether the vaccine is from science or some kind of what we get the other day nanotechnology ellie. At least father and mother have got it. I've got the lovely lovely neighbor. Next door message may sang off. Just saying eliades she was. She's volunteering as a cow pockets. Trucking yes and yeah. It was had in delivery capping. You took me mazing evolved. Jesus was a that was my neighbor. Dustin he was. He's been editing video footage for us anyway and forty. When's the cutoff in your little swingers. For seven on joy. I've heard she's a right guard. Boy starring joy. Reid is walkers. Name joy with brian. Austin allegra split. Helen's road called. Joyce party won a very close knit cold reminded we would have had you the christmas procast and we would have talked about your highlights of twenty twenty. What what would you have said. What were your highlights. Wow a projector. I'd say. I light basically living in odium one leicester square. No great highlights has been rather miserable year reserve show. I'm not the first person to points out did you. Did you break free even a little bit in the summertime. Because i know the so early in a forest walk in the forest which you just started filming urinating revenge. Attack for the clapham common love friendship you both have we can pissing what. Why wouldn't you things a lovely saturday night. really i'll i want released the pictures of you and common. If you can keep that to yourself. That must have been what five years ago now. Five six years cup from common we with the boys but we are not there was. There's just no lose and they wouldn't let me pay in the petrol station names and they were she would say up skirting no toilets for the public all right. Where do you piss. Tell me where you pass. I'll give you twenty pounds scum days when you just urine and in a public place. I will any gibson his exit for especially during the first lock down. When we used to kind of catch up and marimba. We ought to eli's his parents house. And she pissed outside the parents bins and then we did some pieces in the park. She pissed in my front garden. I mean the woman's a machine the restaurant on the subject. I've got a toilet base. So young georgia for shit you blue chase. I don in the picture of the early that day if it goes down all. Let's try flushing it. That's not working. How many now. It's pissing over the floor. Now seeping into the kitchen into the food. Shitty motzer coupla parts to capture the mavis. So yeah kitchen is just a layer of shitty water over the surfaces and the food i gave it a white detto. Wipe just being takeaway. Well you just dissipate. What did you hot water and fairy likud and sometimes it breaks it down. I did have to go up to my fucking james harrier of the plumbing would rise up to my arm with an ornamental vars and just scoop it out and then the experimental flash just just when oh my god. I found a small crack sinus over into the kitchen. So it s a couplet. That's that's the cover. The main sebok's headed you read. That confession wants that. Were this shows where someone was like. Yeah that shall did a big shit that blocked or they did a big share. I think today that block. The toilet was house. Append to handbag so she tried to pray up this shit and think it worked but then she to learned that there was pencil marks. She told them which the child he'd been drawing soy creative very artist lately with this. I love this lots of mother-in-law's stories in the scummy. Mommy's i remember that. What they said was it was she was. She was changing her child's nappy on the carpet. If it mother-in-law's house and her husband made love so she. She lost him much. She read every but she. Oh i nine have. Surely i think men have just as many ways stories as women. They started that. I'd find the joy in it as much as we to show american. We compare anywhere really out to scott by a tree or anything nine. It isn't advantage the house the other night. He came out the gardeners at what. You're gonna garden alfresco very liberating a walled one. He just said we've got downstairs. Toilet each neighborhood where he was saying would have been easier actual toilet joy back to nature. You go hands just just for the temperature on your conquered. Anything hear the rustle of the leaves skittering review bugs as he did get that. I do like a well way. Yeah as we know but bucks top common for the big black fan. Twenty thirteen heads written on the running order. You really have put the stay at home into stay at home. Dads i was made for this world. Yeah all the fucking bouncing off. The wall boone's tough shit. How's the how's it. Stay home schooling. They seem to be very well with it. I don't get up to two pm so most of it's done by then do the mass during countdown as a bonus round if you ever get the numbers on countdown you can say the rest of the day off. You can't today got within one of it. Good exact pressing improper fractions. Absolute twelve for couple of weeks but this week saw earnings is worked out if he gets it quickly he can get nintendo switch difficult history and you can be screaming at rocket league four in the afternoon. I think what sorta teach others to your questions for you. What kind of teacher are you. Steve them use my first name. Maybe it maybe. The weakest points at the end of term. Or something called me steve. These don't worry daily frame. I'll give you keep it simple. make it. He's a professional staying around this today. So there's a primary school. I think it's primary school i. This is golden northland finchley. They the head teachers this amazing letter. That's going out to all the parents saying it says like. Oh you know now that we're communicating online and stuff in the lessons of nine of you. Parents have been giving feedback to the teachers on that teaching fantasies styles and performance. And just to let you know. This is got to stop it. What does it say it says it says. Can i now encourage those particular parents who now consider themselves to be educational experts to sign up for their teacher training active earliest convenience since they are never enough teachers and i suspect many will be leaving the profession off this year to teacher training. He said a you tasks like it was the biggest fucking middle finger the last line about Disclose specific play. Yeah i will also update you. If we have any teaching vacancies. It would breach the next few weeks. Which if such messages continue. I am thoroughly expecting nearly callin absolutely to send somebody saying. Thank you for your generous lead by this week. Because i'm just going to do it that way. I do it this way. you know. We're not professionals. Ossified fucking aeroplane. They did use the word plenary the other day. Check the plenary module. I don't know what that fucking is. That's the word. I've never heard so thinking. It was both ways. I think i'm learning a lot about grammar and punctuation that you know i just didn't know neetu fucking that fucking closes a what's an answer tools. What happened to orioles and bills and things are just start. A story avocados. no idea. I think that's what author breaks my supermarket delivery very expensive rate. This is the thing. I am actually are feel like it's a gift for the ustralian liens in the uk because how education was fairly poor. And i know about fat or the past participles and things like that. So you having a lovely time. You're never going to need it now. I just exclamation mark and kiss my former punctuation of got to this asia still waiting for the day i need to malgara fucking mass degree exactly plenty calculator not give the poorest alexa spell suggestion copies. How useful is we have to let the rivers of the uk day. So just google rivers in the uk and the picture like what should how to sign on and finger losses like joy ving and how to their tax return and how to change a nappy like how not be decades. That's yet but yeah. Let's write very strong messages to oregon schools. Teach eight mind. My son's teacher. Maybe cried today. Because i write to him saying sorry saying saying he goes upset because he has these pin license yet and he's the last person to get it and so i bought a handwriting book and she writes this beautiful letter to him. Saying okay go. I'm you'll handwriting so beautiful. We'll we'll give you a pin license sued. And then i cry you know. I'm not in a great way. Maybe invent sheep. He concept like a pen license in the top so this i think he's lost. Life launched Right aa fucking i. Does it mean that he goes go to crown and everyone else's going gonna love out your pen. If a child's struggling with something what really really helps motivate ziff them from something everybody else has access to the singling them out making them feel inferior. That really busa kids confidence. It really does. It's that it's the monday dunce hat. Tikwa grace what we have missed out one of last year state. Which is got to poke out. Didn't you december the first twenty two hundred dollars going here. You can see this as an audio medium. You can hear that thorndale another weights and the pages. This is about four hundred and fifty grams. That does that's a good way of what's it about what it's called bull of sports. It is a waller sport Subtitle my descend into multi-screen madness that you said. Can you make a subsidized. I said the first thing that came to my head. is a by one man watching sports all day every day for a year of cycle. Yeah yeah well actually read it. Does musicians go. I've never listened to my first album. I only have a rate outside and it's been too cold only read in the garden because you're indoors. Watch fucking tell you that you don't finger in the bar for anything in the both of the ipad on your phone lovedkendall wet. What pages. Nothing worse than that. It's like a much more of a second child really. I think eventually it will come to love it. We'll give those radicchio singer enjoy. Give it a five star review three kind today looking at your Book and five five-star reviews. Congratulations yeah and i refuse. Used to sit. Varied lighting understand that very quality varies book and gave it five stars. I think the concept was varied as football cricket snooka dots. I mean technically they're right. What's the underlying narrative of. The book is well. Because i'll be saying this essentially is a cry for help. Isn't it something very very wrong in my life. If i'm watching a repeat of darts my three thirty in the morning the subjects but on the service is extremely entertaining. Few trips out your yeah. You appear in a few times yes. We're we're very pleased that you decided to fight your us because we were part of that year we part of the fabric used to escape your shows and go problem watch some shit game of football i did refer to you as a pair of ropy old slag so we don't mind you describe yourself as up once they put in case there are words just in case in. That's my profile. Very very sorry. It's not just the goto. No pictures needed nine money. Growed ripi slag. That's the tagline. You say staving. Now you watch all this documented in your in your five stomach you watch the sport is it. Never cut to actually do is sports if you never thought. Maybe i could do what. I enjoy watching turnkey. I've done some exercise in the last year to become the worst of things runner. She's very very boring and a fine runners boring on most of the. I thought it was a sunny day and i just downloaded that character. Five k. up about seven years ago unlovely. Laura saw me through six weeks komo now not far to go his inspiration music. Justice had minutes to now on the final day of the six weeks. I dropped my phone and shattered the fucking screen. But so every other day i do quit trot. Run the garden. And i lost to son-in-law great nuclides like you've you've slimmed-down got just promotional items from nine hundred ninety five till onwards squeeze back into my old clothes. I don't buy clothes. Jesus you need one pair trainers a year on a new pair of jeans every two years maybe some shorts pants and stop. Oh yeah christmas but did you feel different about yourself. Did you feel like you can skip the stairs. Maturing i'm thinking of wishes would end when i'm fucking glad i'm going to do that for another two days really. Yeah i think the slightly less depressed after the solve our or so afterwards Harming yourself or yeah definitely yeah. I think there's endorphin things you are thing on the fucking strava putting maps on facebook on the united shit. I just fucking and notice not quite as fast as i was and keep doing it by just not being fat. Come analyzing straw. So you mentioned the first of march right on the estimate. I did a half marathon around london. Thanks snickers me buddy. Someone raise middle finger. Carry on it is funny. You should mention the festive march. Because i it was a beautiful sunny clearly day in london. And i ran the london half marathon and that was the last big ron i ever did and we were training for the london marathon because the fourth of march is when i found out that my marriage was over. And that's when. I took up smoking and drinking professionally. So it's almost like a sliding doors hung over to me to me. You call running a sexual days. Yeah yes you can have the rest. You can have the drinking or smoking. Should i really do that. They say that even if one person loses a stone and other gains stone so the earth stays in orbit jianqing as well hill. You're going to see how a big fan of drinking home you've already pulled and i mainly drink to make an absolute twitter myself in public. Obviously the point is sitting around the house getting moldy depressed. I'm doing that now. In fact john deere you to get myself much fair. I think i had been bred for january february. Just jessica able able to even start on cash. Okay and what did he goes running jazz. Just you know what people might. Jesus christ my savior really picked up for me. And now we make up on sunday and have a tupperware party clearly. I i feel like we've tapped into invulnerable side that we haven't seen stephen hill before place gang tasty. 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GSMC Social Media News Podcast Episode 147: Superbowl Spongbob & Troll Takeover

GSMC Social Media News Podcast

33:55 min | 2 years ago

GSMC Social Media News Podcast Episode 147: Superbowl Spongbob & Troll Takeover

"Golden State media concepts social media podcast time to hashtag everything. We talk about all the fun crazy stories on social media, Instagram Facebook Twitter to tumble or probably even friendster. Join his each as we explore. The quirky of social meets the Golden State media concept social media podcast. It's simple. The one the one we. Two. Hello. And welcome to the GMC. Social media news podcast. Brought to you by the GMC podcast network. I am your host Heidi. And today, I just wanna say there are some events in our in our history in our world and our country just keep on giving to social media. And I'm speaking specifically of the United States this event for me has been the Super Bowl because never in my wildest dreams that I imagine that an event where people run into each other. And then throw like a football and like run up and down a field continuously at very small increments. And then stop and then run and then stop and then tackle each other. Never did. I think event like that would be so interesting on social media because if you're into the sport, it could be interesting watching it if you're into the commercials that of course, will be interesting, and there's a halftime show. Oh, so as a spectator. Yes. I thought perhaps I would enjoy it which I it was kind of did. But I have been so intrigued by the social media windstorm that has come. And I promise you, this is my last social media story about the Super Bowl. But this one this one really hits home for me because it is about a character. Really just someone who has been so influential in my life, and that is SpongeBob. I was probably raised by SpongeBob. I spent so much of my childhood watching TV I continually quote SpongeBob. And I really connect to people who also quote SpongeBob. It's I don't know it has a special place in my heart. Especially on the internet. I feel like the internet really loves SpongeBob. And that has created so many memes and so much conversation. And so I was just thrilled to see that the Super Bowl was bringing in SpongeBob. And that would all just coalesce into this. Excellent amount of social media news just get to comb over and read and there have been some memes. There have been some some Twitter reactions there my own feelings of disappointment, generally. So I'm excited to talk about this needless to say this story, particularly there's the Super Bowl. I'm particularly talking about the halftime show in this story. So let me let me just provide some background. So the world in general the internet specifically the world that relates to memes and things of that nature was very excited. When hearing that the NFL might include a tribute to SpongeBob square, swear pants, the classic Nickelodeon. Odeon show, and this is all in response to a petition the internet was very excited by this fans wanted a rendition that is basically there's a SpongeBob episode where they go to the Keeney bottom bubble bowl and Squidward leads a band to perform during the halftime show. There was going to be a rendition of this performance. Supposedly, supposedly oh gosh. That's a rough word apparently. During the Super Bowl halftime show. The most recent one which has passed, of course, we had Adam LeVine and much controversy. That's Brown did his whole performance and all of that. But fans were excited because there was the possibility of having a rendition of the SpongeBob song at this event. And I was excited. I had heard about the petition. I didn't think it was real. But apparently after the death of these series, creator, Stephen hill and Berg, I would she passed away on number twenty six twenty eight teen a petition on change dot org was created which requested that the NFL pay tribute to him by plane sweet victory during the halftime show of the Super Bowl. The sweet victory song is what the characters in SpongeBob perform on the particular episode in which they kind of go to the Super Bowl except in their version. It's the bubble. But whatever this petition received over one point one million signatures, which is crazy and on December twelve twenty eighteen the host stadium for the Super Bowl posted a scene from the episode on their Twitter account from the sponge rubber sewed and that hinted that there was a possible there's a potential this could be performed at the Super Bowl. Maybe the petition had been. A success? So then there was the headlining act maroon five, and they also released a teaser video featuring a second SpongeBob clip, which of course, further the speculation everyone was excited. I thought we've done it. We finally made it SpongeBob is making it to the Super Bowl not just the bubble. But nationwide a bigger audience excited. It's a big deal for the sponge big audience. Not that he doesn't have a big audience, but you know, a different type of crowd anyway fans were really ready to see SpongeBob. Just go through his rendition of sweet victory. That's not exactly what happened instead fans. Kind of got a lot of Adam LeVine and fire sort of like a meteor and ten seconds of bikini bottom during the halftime show, which was on February third at the Super Bowl. There's a short clip of Squidward and a snippet of the bubble bowl performance scene. Which was then used to announce guessing Travis Scott who Squidward described as a true musical genius who needs no introduction. If you watch this. It's like swit- says that about Travis Scott, but we don't see him yet. And then you see a meteor come like animated and it plays on the screen where it looks like it's crashing into the halftime show. And then at the actual halftime show like they're pyrotechnics on stage and flames and then Travis Scott now, that's not exactly what any fans thought was going to happen. When it was teased. That SpongeBob would be at the halftime show. That's not at all what I wanted. I thought there'd be more of sweet victory. It was really really short fans were not happy about this. And I would say as occurs when events take place and often disappointace memes have resulted. I have enjoyed them one of them that I saw was quite enjoyable. This is just for the SpongeBob fans out there. It's just a picture of SpongeBob. And it's the classic line. You used me for land development, and you can tell he's just very upset about this. And then someone posted this that mean, and then their comment was current mood after they had spun up in the halftime show, but didn't even play sweet victory. Yes, I agree. I am very disappointed. I thought for sure it would be better. I saw another Meam, and it is a picture from an episode, and it's a gravestone with. Flowers in front of it. And on the gravestone. It isn't -scribed here. Lies good words hopes and dreams. So true. And then. The comment on this particular Meam someone posted it said y'all really did SpongeBob dirty with the little emoji of the skull. Poor spongebob. I really thought I thought there was a chance. There was actually after the whole Super Bowl thing and people were disappointed. There was a video that came out for a hockey team where they actually edit in like they did in post some sort of edit where it was the performance of sweet victory by SpongeBob and squared in the whole gang. They took that and they edited it so they were wearing uniforms of the teams colors this particular hockey team. And then they performed it. And they made it look like it was part of a halftime show for hockey game. That was pretty funny. I also saw a video of Travis Scott performing where he's like holding the Mike kind of going crazy and getting like, yelling and stuff. And then they put in I believe it was SpongeBob. They edited him in on next. Travis Scott on stage to also dislike be upset and perform, and I don't know there have been some. Good resulting memes. I would say because that's really just what SpongeBob has become as all the kids. That watched him growing up on Nickelodeon have grown up. We've just turned him into me material for the internet as what happens with many young children's TV shows, but a little appointed. Although I will say SpongeBob himself seems to have been a pre Chev of being included in the Super Bowl. This was proven by eight tweet, which the official SpongeBob squarepants tweeted, it said jumping jellyfish sponge, Robin, the halftime show were honored goofy. Gruber's, thanks to all the fans. And I don't know. I am SpongeBob. You're a good sport. And that's very nice of you to seem so happy and excited and have so much gratitude towards the whole situation. But I mean, you got gypped man, you should've had a longer performance nine guaranted people like my dad who were like real football fans are watching would not. At all have understood why SpongeBob on there. But I mean was my dad excited about the halftime show. Anyway, no, probably the only one. He's excited about is. Like, I believe when the who came to perform or just other old bands. Come. So I mean, maybe it was just for a specific niche audience SpongeBob thing, but do other people washing the football like real watching the football other people watching the Super Bowl like the real hardcore football fans are they really watching it to see Adam LeVine perform, no, no not really do. They really care or know who's performing the Super Bowl. I'm gonna go out in a limb and say, probably not. So I don't know SpongeBob. You deserve better. You should have had more airtime. Anyway, that brings us to a commercial break. So please hang on. We'll be right back and keep talking about some more social media news. How are you into old navy one day only today get fifty percent off all sweaters for the family, including all cozy crew, necks and fabulous fair aisles. Hurry. It's just one day. Only today old navy and old navy dot com. Hurry ends tonight Valla to eighteen excludes in store clearance. I'm Jay Farner, e o of Quicken Loans, America's premier home purchase lender. We've created a new way to protect you from unpredictable interest rates are exclusive rate field approval per we lock your interest rate for up to ninety days. Then if rates go up your rate days locked, but if rates go down your rate dropped either way new win. Call us today. Eight hundred quicken or go to rocketmortgage dot com. Regular approval only about thirty year fixed rate loans all talking for making conditions. Equal housing lender. Number thirty thirty or exclusions apply. Always on the go. But the day just be one without your Hollywood foot, Golden State media concepts under ten podcast take care of that all inclusive look of pop culture. Welcome back to the social media news podcast. We are continuing to share some social media news stories this next one. Oh, boy, I saw this. And I thought maybe it was better suited for the weird news podcast. But it involved a lot of Twitter responses. So it went here. So twelve you listeners. You're welcome. This is very strange and weird news social media topic. I it's it's bizarre to me. This is about Universal Studios. And they have a new character that is at their theme park. And you know, when you go to the park like Disneyland or universal or. Other ones that I can't think of right now, you get people in costume like goofy and many walking around and all the different characters who greet you and take pictures of kids and sign autographs. I mean, they're everywhere. Even like, Chucky cheese, where you get like, the creepy mouse talks to you when you try to eat your pizza, and peace, you know, that type of situation. Well, Universal Studios has them too. And they have the trolls because Universal Studios makes the trolls movies, and they have some trolls walking around greeting kids. They have a little like sort of dance musical number. That'll happen at certain times throughout the day. Not a particular stage just like around the park wherever they are. And they have introduced a new troll to their lineup. This troll is guide diamond. Who was a troll from of course, the trolls animated movie and. I have not seen the trolls movie. But in the movie guy diamond is not wear any clothes. Yeah. I'm just going to put that out there. He's nicotrol. And I don't understand like thinking about that. I'm not gonna take my kids to see to see that. But this troll, particularly in the way, they made the costume has a very well defined bare bottom and not only that but guide I Mond kind of farts guests, but when he farts, he's sort of a fires off glitter, which is a whole 'nother level of just disturbing. Like, I really can't think of better word for it. I don't understand what children's movies are coming to. If this is the inter tain -ment. I mean, come on universal you can't compete with Pixar. I mean, like Toy Story. That's just a whole different level of heart warming your way to come out that was to make like a glitter. Farting troll. Really? That's what you have. I'm just just disappointed anyway guide. I Mond joined the other trolls branch in poppy their meat ingredients in the park and branch. Poppy, by the way, are fully clothed which. Goes with the movie because I believe guy diamond is the only one who is not dressed at all. I mean, I haven't seen the movie again. But that's what it looks like. And they definitely made that character come to life in a very creepy way. Anyway, the trio of trolls they do a little dance for guests. And then at the end of the dance guy diamond farts out glitter, which is I just can't imagine. Just I don't know. Why? I don't know. Why you do that? Why do you subject children to that? They have to they have to watch it. God I wouldn't want to. I don't want an autograph from that troll afterwards. The theme parks website has shown the guests have shown the trolls meeting with guests. Apparently, this takes place like six times a day. It's at the kids own and Universal Studios in Florida. And naturally people on social media had some thoughts about the whole trolled glitter. Naked situation. One person wrote I vote for universal glitter fighting trolls for the halftime show next year. Oh, man, spun drugs better. I mean, they gyp SpongeBob. I mean, if they gave the trolls a whole musical number. I'd be real pissed. Another one says thank you at universal for squashing. What was a growing desire to visit your parks again. I love your Harry Potter spaces. But there's no way or getting a dime of my family's hard-earned money. If you think a naked glitter. Farting troll roaming about is acceptable. Yes. I agree. I'm not gonna pay for that. Particularly like this this comment. So in response to the news about the glitter. Farting troll. Someone responded. Imagine getting BFA and musical theater to glitter. Yeah. I hear you, man. Terrible. Another one said, I hate the troll that farts glitter. But I appreciate universal for making me feel something to get. I don't know what you're feeling just the terrible potential indigestion that troll probably has or just discussed or disappointment. I I don't know what you're feeling whatever whoever this person wants to tweeted, but good for you for having your heart awoken again or something another one. I'm very uncomfortable with how sculpted his, but is that is really true the troll like the costume. You can tell there's a mechanism inside the but part of the costume that farts, the glitter which is disturbing because it's kind of sort of see that there's like a whole where the glitter of it's very weird. And I'm I like, I guess actually connect with this person. Who said I appreciate universal for making me feel something again. Because now that I'm thinking about it when I watched this video, I did feel something. It was great disturbance. That's I mean, that's what I felt. It was I was very upset. So yes, I guess I did feel something. But. Not what I wanted. Anyway, I agree with this person. I am very uncomfortable. How did this? Trolls buddies. This next person who responded was I guess in the same line as the previous tweet. And this person said a lot of discussion about the glitter fart, but not enough discussion about the fact that there's a walk around character with its whole whole but out. Yeah. That's I agree. I mean, they said a different word than but which caught myself from saying, but yeah, no. I can't even let me also clarify their parents out there listening who are considering going to universal the troll costume is what I would assume similar to the movie where in terms of things on the body that you can see when not wearing clothes. It's really only a, but you don't see anything else any other parts. Really? So you wouldn't have to worry about that. I've unless you know, like when you get children's dolls, and if they're like undressed, it's there's nothing there. It's just like that. Really? I mean, still I don't think that's right to just have trolled. That's just but naked literally just walking around your park. It's very bizarre. I'm honestly disturbed by. But you know, whatever universal. There was also one that I really loved and someone tweeted a picture, and they took a picture of after the trolls performed and they left little area where they did their little dance, and then the glitter fart, and it's a picture of two guys with brooms that work for the park just sweeping up the glitter. And of course, they just captured the glitter far clean up. Why? I don't know. I feel like if anything if social media just anything it's that there's so many things that they're that exist, and that are real that. I just kind of wish weren't like I'm just just I'm just disturbed halls to say that there's so many things that are just disturbed me, particularly this story. And I I can't imagine. I don't know. God whatever I'm scared about it. If you wanna go to universal, and you wanna go see the trolls go for it. Live your life. I'm not gonna stop you. I will not be there. They will not be getting my money. Okay. I'm removing onto the next story. And this is about about the Queen. And it's about the queen's Twitter specifically and really the question that a lot of people on social media have been asking is has the Royal highnesses Twitter account been hacked. Reasons people are wondering this. I mean fans and followers general English family are wondering this because the family the Royal family's official Twitter account has been posting some interesting almost like philosophical like borderline kind of trippy questions. Some of the questions actually are about fungi, which is weird just to give you a taste of the strangeness. That is being tweeted about a home. So this tweet the the British Royal family has a Twitter account, and they have been posting well tweeting they tweeted one thing that said by what Phillips Phyllis gosh, by what physiological peculiarities do fungi differ from other plants just that which is bizarre because I don't know. I would imagine that the role of family might be tweeting about happenings going on at the castle like different public events or charity things or whatnot. I mean, I don't know. I'm not not British. I'm not part of the Royal family. I don't know what they do. But I would imagine they would post things like that. Or like about someone's birthday, you know, or something like that? But no about fungi. Another one says how many redundant letters there and the English alphabet. What would be the ideal of a perfect alphabet? And how far does the English alphabet fall short of that ideal? Wow. So philosophical deep questions that I have really never asked. I don't know. Anyway, when you see tweets like that coming from the Royal family people have really been wondering what's going on the Twitter account for the Royal family has three point eight million followers, which that's a lot of people and really all start wondering if the Twitter had been hacked, or I don't know if there was some other hypothesis not sure what was going on. Maybe there was just all Typos. I don't know. But as far as we can all tell the British Royal families Twitter has not been hacked. And the explanation is interesting. But apparently people were reading the tweets out of context and out of order because these sort of philosophical questions aren't just like the queen's like private thoughts or whatever. But actually it relates to the university of London's exam which was administered in eighteen sixty nine because that was the year that the university admitted its first female students, and they admitted nine women and the real family tweeted about it and they treated these questions about like, the alphabet and fungi and whatnot. Because these were questions that were asked on a quote unquote, special exam written just for them written just for the women who were then allowed into the university. Apparently twenty nineteen marks the one hundred fiftieth anniversary of women being allowed in higher education in England, thanks to a Royal charter given to the university of London by Queen Victoria, the university and members of the Royal family celebrated the college history of female scholarship with a special reception on January thirtieth and this was attended by many female scholars from around the world. So in case, you're wondering, the real family was not hacked the questions, and the things they were tweeting are quite odd and perplexing, but it was actually just related to the university admitting women so interesting way to go about it. I would have expected they had just tweeted about going to the reception, but, you know, give them points for creativity. Anyway, I I don't know. That's weird. I'm glad she wasn't hacked. And apparently if you are wondering about one of the earlier questions that the Queen posed fungi do not photo synthesize. So those are the physiological peculiarities that fungi have to differ from other plants, which is one of the questions that was apparently asked on this test. So we're going to take a break. And then we'll be right back in talking about some more social media news. Hurry into old navy one day only today. Get fifty percent off all sweaters for the family, including all cozy crew, necks and fabulous fair aisles. Hurry. It's just one day. 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Nothing less than podcast bliss with endless hours of podcast, covered from news sports, music fashion, looking entertainment fantasy football and so much more. So stop lurking around and go straight out to the Golden State media concepts podcast network, guaranteed to filled that podcast, whatever it may be. Visit us at WWW dot GS MC podcast dot com. Follow us on Facebook and Twitter and download on itunes soundcloud and Google play. Welcome back to the GMC. Social media news podcast. We continuing to share some social media news stories this next one is about a six year old girl who became an honorary police officer. So this occurred in Texas and this girl had an incurable form of cancer. And she said that she had dreamed of becoming a police officer. So the freeport police department decided to make her an honorary officer for the day. And this is this is sad story. But it's also sweet because this little girl got to live out her dreams and also because of how much people were touched by this. And by this whole event of her becoming a honorary officer the chief of police actually broke down while swearing her in which is really heartwarming and again, kind of sad. But this little girl is apple Abigail areas who has stage four a. Or a stage for Williams tumor, which is sadly, wrapped around her a Orta and she went into remission for five months. But then the cancer spread to her lungs and Abigail doctors don't know of any treatment or chemotherapy that is able to peer her naturally. Her father Reuben has said that they were devastated by it. And her mom said that it is the greatest struggle. And that they are saying, you know, that there's very concerned, obviously. And they're having to deal with it. And they're not exactly sure how but they're trying to say no to fear, which is good. Her dad said that they are strong in their faith, and they believe in God. And the doctors can say what they say medically, but we know that God is one and that he has her destiny in his in his hands that is very hopeful. And I don't know I guess it's it's good to hear that the family has some hope related to this sad and difficult situation. Abigail thought up a good way to combat. What she calls the bad guys in her body that are making her sick. And she wanted to fight them by becoming a police officer Abigail, I met that. She police Ray Gary in December and told him about her dream of becoming a cop. And he said they were going to make it happen. The department invited Abigail to be sworn in and as an honorary officer under one condition. Gavin the police chief made Abigail make a promise in her oath. That said I will now and forever promise to keep fighting the bad guys until all my cancer's gone, which if bring a tear to your I I don't know what will that is. That's a motion the chief, obviously, it was very moved by this whole situation. He couldn't hold back his tears while swearing her in and he was just overcome with the motion as Abigail received her badge, which she wore on her little tiny police officer uniform. It is cute. There are some pictures. She has a whole officer's uniform, and she gets a badge, and you can see some images of her being sworn in and also images of her at the police office, and she got to sit in the police in the police car, she ate the favorite treat of all police officers. Of course, a doughnut, and she said that becoming an honorary officer made here made her feel neat inside need to quote. And she said I felt excitement and all love much. Oh. After her day is an officer ended Abigail swore. She would keep her promise to the chief. I want to help the bad guys go away. Oh, okay. Well, I'm wishing the best Abigail into her family. And I am this is a sad story. So I'm really sorry that I'm ending on it. I'm going to have to end it. So I can just go cry now. But, but I think that is really awesome. That the chief of police helped to get her sworn in that she got to live out her dream of being honorary police officer. So I'm glad about that at least. And so that brings us to our show, please do into the next social media news podcast episode. You've been listening to the Golden State media concepts social media podcast part of the Golden State media concepts podcast network. You can find this show and others like it at WWW dot Jesus MC podcast dot com. Download our podcast on itunes Stitcher sound clock and Google play. Just type in Jesus MC to find all the shows from the Golden State media concepts podcast network from movies to music from sports, entertainment, and even use you can also follow us on Twitter and on. Facebook. Thank you. And we hope you have enjoyed today's program. I'm Jay Farner of Quicken Loans, America's premier home purchase lender. 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Mason and Ireland [hr 2]

Mason & Ireland

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Mason and Ireland [hr 2]

"You're it sounds like there should be football highlights plank every song. They write every song. The college football Perot is an imagine dragons Tuesday it is Tuesday. Good Ireland's not here. He doesn't get the imagine dragons thing at all my kids, love them. They're they're awesome. They're great. I mean, I've seen him in concert three times seem like they put on a good shell. They put on a great show. Dan Reynolds who follows me on Twitter. He's heard about my love for you will help hashtag Mason. I think so I'm looking at if he re tweets you. Yeah. That will get it. That'll really get it going. So I'm looking at what's trending right now. Artemis fowl. That is. So know what that is giving Tuesday. That's the thing which is thanks, but he's making donation lack Friday and then cyber Monday announce giving Tuesday, Stephen hill and Burke who is the creator of SpongeBob. He died SpongeBob himself who will live on Ronnie Bradford. T- Martin fired Brian Ellis DaMarcus Lor I don't even know who some of these people are Mason in Ireland should be trending right now. Woes Ronnie Bradford Ronnie Bradford is I feel like that's a football player. Oh, Ronnie Bradford is no longer on the coaching staff at USC. That's why I knew that name that guy. Ronnie Bradford all you had to do to get trending his skit. Maybe it is a better job. I thought. Yeah. You can trend. Nobody's ever heard of you can trend the moment, you're fired cliff cliff Kingsbury, let's go cliff over some of those other names. Let's see Brian Ellis. Ryan alice. Yeah. The the guy from the the guy from the reds now campy guy from the red spry IN or why an I an all right anyway, I wanna Trent hashtag, Mason and Ireland. He's a musical artist. Okay. There you go. Okay. Now, I want to challenge you on something. Oh, do you. Do we have guest? Yes. We do. You wanna let me know that. Or you say get him on the phone, then I ran out the studio and got on the phone. I apologize. You're right. I should've let you I thought you see them on a screen much meaner to you the news too. I know it probably doesn't like, that's okay. Yeah. No, you're okay. My book, Michael mostly. All right. Joining us right now. Joining us right now is rush rush. How are you? I am good Brian. By the way, is the quarterbacks coach of USC has gone in cla in Clancy Pendergast will be treading lightly because he's golfing as well. Okay. So it's a complete housecleaning house seating. I'm sorry. All gone guys. They're all gone. It's all over except for play. Right. By the way, you're a US guy. How do you feel about rush? Not happy just because he's a thing. And I know people have said this time and time again Klay Hilton is a good guy. I think you'll be fine in the future as a coordinator or quarterback coach or something. He is not the head coach of USC. He's not the kinda guy that I think it can turn this program. The fact that it links one statement, he basically kind of said that the program is not where it needs to be. It's not the assistant coach you kind of stop. You have to start with the head coach. So listen, I knew this would happen. Clay, Helton stayed out. He was staying only because you're going to clean house, which is which is what's happening right now. All right. So you don't believe that by surrounding clay Helton with more accomplished coaches that this can't be fixed. So that's like the lady Kippen model you'll it's funny. You say that it is the lane kiffin model. He put together the all star team worked out great former USC coach a good idea. We were excited when it happened. It didn't work at all. But you're right. That was the all star team of assistance, and actually no they they'd one good year. They did have one good year. Yeah. I mean, the issue is you need a strong head coach. If you have a strong head coach who surrounds himself with strong people, that's one thing. But if you have a week head coach, or at least a lame duck head coach, that's my concern here. I mean, what are the assistance? They're going to bring in or gonna wanna tighter futures their careers to clay Helton right now. Yes. Yes. Says everybody say nobody wants to Lynn Swann could be a very well. Lame-duck AD to me the opportunity here is to get on the staff, and if something happens with clay, you're the coach in waiting. That has been the track record of USC where were Klay held. It would not have been a candidate for the for the job had schemes Qizheng not been let go. So you are right. I mean, you could go to a guy and say, hey, come here being the assistant head coach. And if we start one in three you are the guy. All right. So now, I saw a picture over the weekend of you with the future USC offensive coordinator cliff Kingsbury, how how do, you know, cliff? We have a lot of mutual friends clip is the dice guy he comes out to Los Angeles. When the season is over with new, I know he likes Los Angeles. And I know that that that is a job that perhaps he would be intrigued by from everything I've been told see some stuff on to it. I mean, he's not on campus right now. So right. There's a rumor the rumor future there's a rumor Rosh that he was on campus yesterday. Can you can find true confirm that I don't know whether? Plans to fly in tonight that could happen rational. It's a big campus. You can't hiding everywhere. Maybe I would know let's just say like I would without Gipp is yesterday and he was not on campus yesterday. What are the odds because everybody wants cliff Kingsbury not there's now he is like the most intimate guy in the country right now. NFL teams supposedly the Houston Texans. You know, it's funny. How collegiate offenses have migrated now to the NFL. We're seeing that more and more that makes them into manned there. Do you have a sense that that cliff is taking the USC job? I think if the price is right in the role is right where he's the kind of number two guy the assistant head coach the offensive coordinator. I think that would be a job he would love. 'cause I think he knows that this point in time he's not going to get a head coaching job. So he's got to be a coordinator and a coordinator at USC with the young quarterback, the he could work with and he's great with these. Young guys that would be a very kind of. I think an intriguing job for him. Interesting. All right. I like that. Now, Russia, I wanted to mention something you've talked about this on on your on the Graham, and you have completely changed your life. Which I I want to congratulate you on you, look fantastic groups. I at the football game evidence describes describe how you have cut all this way. Thanks so much. Yeah. Dropped sixty pounds. And just be kinda beginning this process. I just wasn't feeling good. I was three twenty eight and just not sleeping. Well, not breathing. Well, not not feeling good about myself went to see a nutritionist trying to keep my calories down and go for a run every day. Go for like a jog if I'm tired, just something active. And so, you know, when we travel we make excuses for why we can't take care of ourselves. And I just wasn't in good shape. And I'm not where I wanna be clearly, but I'm beginning that process of changing things. So thanks so much. I just feel good now. Yeah. You look great, man. You look you look fantastic. And congratulations on that and mentioned to cliff Kingsbury that we want him as offense coordinator fingers crossed. That happens me be the one thing they will turn you around. They know there. Upset right now. But clip is a great coach. Hopefully that that that happens is our m I going to see you at the big Mason on Christmas party. I will definitely beat it. That is the highlight of my holiday season that holiday party you bring everyone together. I can't wait now. How many cookies allow yourself? That's right. I mean, like see thanksgiving was really I could have maybe a little. So, you know, maybe you'll have like one cookie in wondering, you know. Yeah. One cookie. Wondering that sounds that sounds good Rosh? Can't wait seaman. Thank you very much guy school. All right. There's a rush who says he thinks he's he's here. He thinks it would be intriguing. He is in LA. Yeah. Intrigue if they can get them great. But I mean, like if they were to hire him, Brian. I would be like, okay, I get. But I'm okay with the clay Helton thing. This guy. You think you'd want to be the head coach they fired the other guy know when I'm okay, I'll explain what I mean next. Hey, what's going on? This song is going to be the theme song for Saturday nights. Mason and Juan Christmas party says this over and over again. Yes, it's just over and over again. Breaking news pigskin grinds. Lisa foreign reports that former Texas Tech head coach cliff Kingsbury is currently on campus at USC. Currently on campus. Trojans have parted ways with OCT CT Martin opening up a convenient role on staff should Kingsbury and USCB looking toward a potential marriage. The Trojans are far from alone in their interest, though as NFL dot com. Gil Brandt reported earlier on Tuesday, the Kingsbury had already received to firm offers from the NFL. There are a lot of directions. The former red raiders head coach could take in finding future employment. It's like every time you refresh your Twitter feed. There's a different bit of gossip about who's on campus at USC who's going to get fired who's already been fired where where the coaches are coming from. I should read this to Bruce Feldman tweeted, I don't think the report that USC has parted ways with defensive coordinator can't Clancy Pendergast is accurate. I was told a bit ago by a source. You know in second told a bit ago by a source that Pendergast and Helton spoke in the past twenty four hours in there wasn't talk of a DC change. So was he is he is is clay making that choice. Doesn't he have to run out of everybody? Yeah. See to me Clancy's defense was so good that he is he's off the hook. No. I I really think the idea in my opinion cleaning houses the right thing to do. That's what I would. Do you got to start from scratch, and and build a staff, and I think again, this is another thing number Clancy. Pendergast was at USC went to. I think the forty Niners and then came back to USC. They've this terrible habit of bringing people back. The in the the friends and family lands doesn't work anymore people. Who know what it's like to be a Trojan what it means to be a Trojan? Steve, yes, if you're going to coach at USC need to know what it is to be a Trojan be part of the Trojan family. Like for steeped in Trojan nece. LSU defensive coordinator, David David Rhonda is is a guy that I could see as defensive coordinator. But does he know what it is to be a Trojan the I know caravans can he set his jaw Janice Madel? All of those clay things. No, I I think I'm encouraged by the fact that that according to at least one source. Cliff Kingsbury is on campus. So we will keep you updated on that. By the way, if you're somebody out there who just happens to be on campus on campus, or like, you realize I kind of look like cliff Kingsbury today's your day, you could create all kinds of havoc on Twitter, you could make things trend just by walking around. Yeah. You know, what if you bear a passing resemblance to cliff Kingsbury, our own Texas Tech sweatshirt, if you've seen cliff Kingsbury, either one tweet us at Venice Mace if you ask cliff Kingsbury? Yeah, tweet us, hey, by the way, here's the thing. We're giving away a Mason in Ireland shirt. These are limited edition because they won't pay for a bunch. These are limited edition, Mason, Ireland t-shirts shirts. And if you come up with a great fast track question, and I'm not being lazy. I've got so many fasttrack questions. It's ridiculous. But if you can deliver a great fasttrack question, you will win the Mason. But I'll take it. I I could use your fasttrack question to she. You're you're, you know, have fasttrack push. I've got. Five I don't necessarily love them. Right. I mean, give me give me a break. You know? Yeah. You're last minute replacement. Yeah. I mean, you get which bay for you know. Hey, by the way, Michael Pearson, not a fan of clings cliff? Kingsbury white. That's not true. Can you do to John Ireland? Does that what do you do that? He goes to cliff king. It's not that. I have I don't have anything against him. I'm just saying there's a lot of praise for him when he was planning in the big when he was coaching in the big twelve and he's under five hundred as a head coach. I he's done some great things at an when Johnny Manziel was there. They beat big teams then, but I just don't see anything special. Oh, all the hype right now that threat. Bengals in whistles offense. I I agree with that. But SC can will adapt to that type of offense that see to me it's clean the slate. Yet, you've got clay. Yeah. He's got to be willing to deal with strong coordinators, and by the way Claes here period, stop your Kickstarter campaign, which I don't even know. Did you see the Kickstarter campaign out if I get clarifier? Yeah. Like, what are you doing? The goal was at twenty thousand dollars without raising. What do you do like what do you do with that money stopped with the flying the banners? No that thing didn't were said, please they said no time to sign edge. The no signers. Full-page ads right though, you do need to have a coordinator come in and play in like set something of the works. Really? Well for JD. You gotta give you have to give Kingsbury the power now as far as office coordinator, thumbs up thumbs up totally because some guys are just not good head coaches, and that might be Kingsbury situation just like norm Chow, great offense coordinator, not a lot of by the way. There are some people that are saying bring norm Chow back. Unlike what are you guys so much I'm willing to have a conversation still norm child love norm child. He's up there. Where special is they stole who he's still doing the? No, no, no. He was an assistant at a couple of high schools in southern California include think in Manhattan beach, helping out a bloody here at my answer. No, no. He hasn't done anything since two thousand seventeen what's next that is what's two thousand volunteering at a high. To. Yeah. We're not exactly consultant maybe second Jerry, West type of role vans fans. Even we'll show is not Jerry West norm challenge had a lot of success as often so. But why is he then why is he volunteered because he has money and he's just chilling. Yeah. This chill axon. He says he point maybe it's because he's seventy two years old then. If that's what you want. Go get tomore. He's. Yeah. Tom. Moore was hanging out with Lynn Swann. He's eighty you have your member. Norm child was in NFL for awhile. That stuff can drive you. Crazy. I want to point something out. I am not agianst. Okay. All I'm saying is that you can't go back. You can't go back to the way things were you've gotta look you can't keep looking in the rear view mirror. If USC you gotta find the next thing. And I understand that that clay is going to be there. But you've got to find great coordinators to surround him you have to agree in our house, and it's not norm Chow consultant maybe because north challenge out of the game. But he knows who the next guy is, you know, he does do you. Bruce feldmans number. I can get. Yeah. I do. Yeah. I can call anyone call Bruce because he seems he's always really plugged into all this stuff, by the way tonight Lakers. Hours in Denver. Yep. They're playing really well there are nine and three in their less, despite the fact that they lost that game to Orlando nine and we're running against teams at art Orlando at aren't Orlando, and they're not facing Orlando tonight. You know, here's the thing. I do not where do you stand on this Jamal Murray going for fifty points thing if you're not paying attention to this? I have I'm dying on the hill that Canadian Jamal Murray last month against Boston took an unnecessary. Three worlds was Secondly over least popular Canadian behind Justin Bieber behind beaver. He was trying to get a fifty point game. I thought it was weak. And it bothers me. I'm honestly, I'm surprised it's very crusty old, man. Get off my lawn. Not thing it is. It's not it is absolutely is because you know, my my response to if you don't call me crusty old, man. Yeah. I know you're the world's oldest millennial and all that. But I mean that that is a very get off my lawn Hoster, do you really think so to say Jamal Maury should've tried to get fifty points. What about when he dribbled around that? So that was okay. But don't you think these two things? Are connected. This same guy did both. I think they're both related to like his personality. It's it's I attitude is it's about me. It's about me. It's about mature. But you know, what getting fifty points a game is hard, and it's exciting. And if you can do it great, and my my response teams that say, oh, you shouldn't put up that shot to give fifty one and fifty one. I think at that point. It would have been fifty one right? Don't let them get the forty eight seconds left. Would you let him get to forty eight seconds left? Why would you take that shot? Now, unless it was just completely about you. Of course, it's about you. But sometimes it's okay to let it be about you because you just did something really cool like give yourself an opportunity to score fifty points. Then be game. Big news coming up next. Bruce feldman. Breaking news. You ask and Michael Pearson delivers he is my new favorite producer. Michael Pearson would still be trying to get a rush. Cookies this Saturday be googling Bruce Feldman right now. I fell the next. He's very plugged into the world of USC. We'll get the very latest next Mason in Ireland ESPN LA. It's my band, Mumford and sons Mason in Ireland ESPN LA. Alright. So everybody knows Greg Bergman. Yes, he's our normal producer. He's sick today. Told them why the hell are you coming in here when you're sick sprayed everything with Lysol not getting sick this week? No matter what. No, you gotta party. So I'm releasing the official who's the best producer of Mason in Ireland rankings, and I'm going to do co host rankings a little bit later because it's that kind of day we're expecting Bruce Feldman to join us any minute. He of course, very tied into USC noses college football. Better than anybody. Frankly and runs in that Manhattan beach, circle, I think he's one of John's neighbors, we're trying to figure out we don't first of all he has a staff to he does we we know. Do we have Bruce? Okay. We know the t Martin has been relieved of his duties along with multiple coaches, Bruce. Thanks for coming on. How are you man? I'm good good to be all of you. Thanks, man. So Clancy Pendergast defensive coordinator. I saw you tweet that you'd think he is staying on is that can you verify that that's my understanding. So earlier today, you know, I had heard that two Martin was being let go and started after about the rest of the staff and Lancy Pendergast's understanding was that he was he was safe. And then I, you know, there was another report that said US was had parted ways with Clancy Pendergast, and I check back again was told that Pendergast and Klay Elton at a at a long talk in the last twenty four hours and about some of the changes that were being made. But one of the changes can be made was not about defensive coordinator. So I think the plan is still that he's out recruiting and that was that what was going. So again, I think some of the changes that you've seen certainly do deal. Align coaches comment. We'll see what happens do offense coordinator, you know, if they shake up where how the lines gonna work. I don't know. I wouldn't be surprised those maybe another change coming. But Clinton knows that that they needed to shake some things up. And I think quite honestly for the fan base that a lot of people really disappointed with how Lynn Swann Lynn Swann decision. I think they wanna see some see USC swing for the fences on some of these hires where replacing guys. So how surprised were you that Lynn Swann retained because when I left the US Notre Dame game. I was sure it was over. How surprised were you that he retained clay Helton? I was surprised just because our crew at Fox Sports did the game that UCLA game the week before. And it was just a is just was a really done of performance. I mean, they gave up three hundred yards on the ground to to Joshua Kelly. You would come from UC Davis. They just they just. Look like they were about the only real show of motion. Was this little bit of a sort of a fourth quarter where I think it made embarrass them USC people who are watching going. Okay. That's that's the that's the emotion. We're getting from you guys. And you know, obviously lost the cow. I thought they played it pretty well against Notre Dame. But you just felt like okay, they lost the fan base and get a job and cracked sixty thousand in the call heaven die. You're gonna have next year where you have this Burgum Coliseum, and you're gonna lose the fan base, or what's what's left of it? But Lynn Swann had seven from what I was told all along it said he wants to -bility, and he was going to stand by Klay home, and he to his credit. I guess he lived up to his word. I mean, I from everything I had heard Lynn Swann was not going to be told what to do. And that's what he wanted to keep. And we'll see look I mean, you know, on one hand you have. Clay Helton who's won wanna Rose Bowl was won a PacTel championship. Again. They had a really down two thousand eighteen can they get fix next year? And we'll see what kind of changes. He makes like I said, I think it's important for their fans the way they're feeling to feel like he's at least they're going after some big big hires to try to fix this had Lynn Swann, not been the guy who gave Klay Hilton the extension. Do you think he would have come to the same conclusion? I don't know. That's a good question. I don't I don't think we'll know the answer that that'd be the one thing. I've heard about let's one was. Great former NFL player help poor than healthy ego feeling why I'm not letting these people tell me what to do. And so in that sense. There's a lot of people who I think felt like okay, let's just did on quay help as a head coach three years ago. And I think even as much as they want, and and you know, like they needed stability. I think at that time I didn't quite home at the time was not a bad option 'cause they needed stability in the road. Because a lot of stuff that had gone on around USC football, quite honestly, been kind of Barras thing. And so I think he did a lot of that. The question was going to be and I think this is from what I've heard from talking to people who are been around the program a lot who come back. It's just back when Pete Carroll was there that kind of the buck ticker guys on the staff, whether it's Kennedy polo or eddoes Ron who kind of provided a balance to that. And right now. Now, they just seem to be that on the staff where everyone knows clowns a good decent, man. But they felt like USC had lost its edge. And I don't know how they get that back. But I think it's going to have to come with some of these guys he's gonna bring in when he stake shakes the staff. There are reports right now, Bruce, and I I don't know if you can confirm or or not. But there are reports that cliff Kingsbury may be on campus right now over at USC does that make sense for the see to me that would be incredibly exciting to see a brand new offense with lots of bells and whistles and make USC football and entertainment product again. But is that realistic? That's the swing for the fences home run hire in terms of one of the one. He's as good a quarterback guy there is. And I think if you're clip Kingsbury, this is from what I understanding is he's gonna have it to opera -tunities of of OC jobs this winter, and the NFL I think USC would probably be appealing to him because it's USC be because it's in Los Angeles. And I think that would be appealing em and see because US's got some great young receivers at a town freshman quarterback and JT Daniels. And I think the chance to come in there and go, okay. I was I helped get this thing cranked up and back and started it into something. I could see how that could appeal the quip king very on a lot of levels. And I think that's the kind of that, you know, this guy is in a lot of demand right now background early wants them in Chapel Hill. I'm sure. There's interest at a couple of other big twelve small. I know there is and I know there's NFL. So I think this would be about as big recruiting bible as clay could win and we'll see what's going to happen there. But I could see why he would be a big deal for them. And again, you know, I think they need to make some other hires to balance out staff, and what it looks like, you know, what the program looks like from from Monday to Friday, and how they practice the way they practice and some of those other things, but I think they know that they gotta make big changes and Oklahoma forty how to make some really uncomfortable booze. I, you know, quite often all surprise that. They create Seymour around as a as hers coats. He has their best recruiter. But again, they're they seem to be ripping things up and trying to start over. I think to some degree. That's what I think their fan base. Bruce Feldman Fox Sports in the athletic is with us Mason, Ireland, ESPN LA. So let me ask you about. Let me ask a general question the Pac twelve conference once again has no shot at the college football playoff. What's wrong with the Pac twelve? A big question. You know was awful in the bowl last year. I don't think it's comebacks to comes back to coaching. I think there's good coaches vote leading. I think what what's happened a little bit one. When you're flagship program included at USC has been down at affects everything UCLA is really back slip. I think he's on the in the right direction. Now, they got chip Kelly there, but it's gonna take time to develop that I think when you have those two schools that really just kind of backslid, and they haven't recruited well, they didn't evaluate well. You can talk all you want about four and five star guys take on at like the five star guys USC side in the last, you know, last four or five years. I mean, there's been a lot of guys who have not lived up to extract -tations. There's been a lot of guys, you know, I think were evaluated, and so I think I think that's the problem right there. Like, the problem problems been. Not like Utah or the problem dot at Washington state. Those places are doing about as well as they can. It's the problem is when you're big schools, and I think USC indefinitely fit this where I don't know if they've chased stars not evaluated. Well, with that part where I think it's gotten off off the rails a little bit. Because if those programs are back where you not look back when I think Mack Brown the year, he left North Carolina really good then and then the world's top five or top six program. But somewhere along the way, and it didn't happen overnight. They've missed on a lot of lot of people. And I think when you get I think what's challenge especially out here is there's a lot of players like how much they love football. Yeah. They make you well of calm and combine or something like that. But I think to me that's as big an issue with the Pac twelve is. I just feel like they've missed a lot of guys who were hyped up to be something. Then when they get there. They're pretty disappointing. There. The other flip side of that the Bruce a lot of people who look at the the the coaching staff and say, well, they've got the people in and the players get to campus, and they regressed they just don't develop the talent. That's there. So I mean, what what what do you think the ratio is between what you're talking about? And maybe Missa valuating who you're bringing in. And then not developing the the players that you do have once they're there. Yeah. I think it's early goes hand in hand with that. I think again, some of that could come into the by where if you have kids who just, you know, while they map some athleticism, but they're not either competitive or they just don't really love it. They're not gonna work as hard at it. And so I think it becomes this kind of cycle. And I really think that's as much an issue as anything. I mean, there's not an issue for developing players at some of these big ten schools. I mean, it's not like Iowa Wisconsin are loading up on quote, unquote, four or five star guy. They have very few but their produce. Using a decent number of NFL players because I think they have guys who were really competitive and tough and they developed over the course of that. I think you see that a at a handful of places that consistently developed players being TCU as an example where they they don't like their have a ton of five and four star guys, but they evaluate well. And I think they develop players, and you know, I it to me that's where again, I think a lot of the pact. Well, as just not really been very good at it. I think in that comes back to maybe some of the decisions they make in the recruiting process. All right. Well, listen, Bruce. Thank you, by the way, give us a just take a shot. What percentage chance is cliff kings Murray the next oh, see at USC. I'll say thirty five percents. Five that's pretty big. I am a huge Bruce Feldman fan. Thank you for that. Man. We appreciate it man, it LA, and he knows he's got a lot of talent to work with. There's a lot of so many points for him out there. I don't know what what you know to me. It's that were it to me. It would be that or an NFL OC job. Right. You know? But again, I mean LA is LA is pretty impressive prospect of you've been living in Lubbock, Texas. Yeah. No question. All right. Hey, bruce. Thank you very much for coming on happy holidays, man. Happy holidays guys. Thank you. Thanks. 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Mason Ireland Ireland is in Denver, Nuggets, Roka's Shagari. That's right. We tried to work out technically, how to do it didn't work. I told everybody wasn't gonna nobody listens to me. I told everybody wasn't gonna work. Jay, I tell everybody wasn't gonna work. Yeah. But no one listened to you know, and listens to me, maybe did work in Ireland was invited to lunch. Three. So he could get the day off that is brilliant. Yeah. I know it is maybe invited him to lunch and that was his way of escaping. You don't what ask me a question. Is that why Ireland wasn't here today? Yes. It is. There's somebody that like there's somebody's sitting next to John in Denver going. Why aren't you talking? But he did have to take through that spooky Denver airport a spooky Denver airport. Probably what it is the aluminum Nadi. Helen, you the aluminum lives in that airplane. I cannot believe we never thought about this your visas. Why the delay happens? What about trilateral commission trilateral commission? I have not been to that airport in a while. Because it wasn't that creepy when I was oh, no Cheney lives under that airport at airport. We have to have someone pray over islands equipment now. That's right. Some sort of shaman. Yes. No. It's a creepy. Aarp anybody's. I'm in there and a lot I used to go all the time. But I've been there, and oh, it's it's all I just remember being really far from actual Denver. Hey, so tonight Jamal Murray. We talked about the the hated Canadian Jamal Murphy mouth, the jerk jerk. They've also got the joker. Nikola Jokic yolk at Yokich is one of the premier centers in the league. And he's remember what Nikola vucevic delivers. That's his thing. Which is a poor man's Nikolay Yokich and Nikola Vosa vich thirty five and third rushed him. Yes. Why? Now with. Jovana Tyson Chandler, why doing the Ireland? I was. Yeah. Why don't they why do they have so much trouble? Because those those are not guys who can chase centers around three point line there. That's not their jam. And so that the vulnerability because they are similar defense. They're both rim-protector chancers or rebound channel is more of a rebounder and mcgee's more of a shop locker. Yeah. But they kind of defend the same sort of way their coverages listed Luke talked about how they defend the pick and roll. And all that they kind of do it similarly, which is good for continuity and less you're up against the center. Like that who you'd really do need a more mobile mmo smaller guy who can kind of switch and do a lot of other stuff. Right. They just don't. They're not quit. They do not have that. Right. They beat them. Once they beat them here. Yeah. You sound like Kyle Kouzmin guarding. Okay, different points, which you don't wanna see a whole lot. Not a lot. No, not a lot. Yeah. No their hair still hurt. He might be because that helps away. I don't know the answer to that question off the top of my head. I'm not the Gary Harris guy who knows what Gary Harrison's doing. Who's our who's the show? Guy. Who's who's Harris force is that a rush to get a rash interruption? The phone. USC today was on campus. He is. This is interesting. Yeah. He is not neither doubtful nor questionable today is hopeful hopeful hopeful for Tuesday. I actually think these turbulent times we should start classifying injuries in this way. I feel it a whole for. I like that. All right coming up next fasttrack. There's going to be one question that comes off of Twitter here, and that person who's going to win a Mason in Ireland t-shirt Brian Chemnitz case filling in for John brand new co host rankings about to come out any moment any moment. Mason Ireland ESPN LA.

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