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"steve gutenberg" Discussed on SI Media Podcast
"Um, yeah, I don't know. I just, I don't know. I just felt like sometimes you've got to change. Like, you know what I thought I, this is what I was going to say because I had it in my head while you were speaking. You mentioned about being prepared. I thought I was over prepared. So when I do these pods, ninety nine point nine percent of the time, I have one page like this of just notes for Simmons. I had three and I think I was trying to just get, because it was just my first time ever interviewing him. Like when you and Kyle come on, that's my, that's honestly it. When you and Kyle come on, like sometimes I don't even take notes. Yeah. But I had three pages of notes for Bill. And I think I was in my head like, oh God, like I didn't ask him about Prince Harry. And then he said to me, oh, you didn't ask me about Mike and the Mad Dog. I got a little flustered. So I think I was maybe over prepared instead of just going with the flow and having a conversation. That's you know, it is what it is. Here's the thing. I talk to a lot of the NFL head coaches and a lot of them ask me, how did I do in that press conference? Just be yourself, be authentic. That's all we can ask for. And if you get that out of a guest and the host looks good. So we have a lot of terrible guests on Good Morning Football will literally take anybody who wants to be on Good Morning Football to three hour show or on during the offseason. So like if a current player has aspirations to eventually get into our line of business, trust me, not only will we give you a segment, we'll probably give you an hour to flex your muscles and see how it goes. And a lot of the current players are either nervous or they don't get it or they're not. So, you know, it's my I try like hell to get the best out of them. And I think you do the same thing with these media guys who a lot of times do listen to the podcast or are familiar with you, but sometimes are booked by their PR people. So they're not sure the the feel of the interview and what it what it's going to be. So I think you do a great job. And, you know, you're fine. Stop kissing. Let me stop kissing my ass. Here's what I'm not kissing your ass. Tell you that much. Let me ask you this. Just wait till you get my thoughts on your interview today, which hasn't recorded yet hearing you. Who are you interviewing before me? RG three. OK, so he could do no wrong for the next six months. Put that in the Jimmy Trainor book. Oh, yeah. You come on the podcast since I have to book it. I mean, especially when you come to me. Absolutely. But let me ask you this. So I'm not going to I would never ask you to say the person. But if I said to you off the air, you know, just chatting. Yeah. I haven't launched it. Where's the place? Yeah. And I said, give me your all time worst good morning football guess. Would you be able to answer that within two seconds? I can give you I can give you a phone book length. It would be a time. But I mean, I want one like if I said the worst. Well, everyone's had bad days. Like I've interviewed Jamar Chase in a one on one setting and he was awesome. But we had Jamar Chase on this year and he was promoting a mattress company, I think. And he did it with like a white T-shirt on from his apartment or his house. And the camera angle was wrong and the zoom angle was wrong. And we hyped it for three days that we're having Jamar Chase on. And he's, you know, a third year guy. It was one word answers in the zoom camera wasn't set up right. Yeah. And there's been a lot of bad interviews we've done. And it's not the best show. Well, the zoom thing you can't help. You can't help the zoom. You know, I remember when you guys had Seth Rollins on recently in the zoom crapped out in the beginning. It happens. And we're like, OK, great. It happens. There's a lot. You say a lot of these guys aren't great. A lot of the coaches and GMs want to come on Good Morning Football. Then they get on and they clam up and they you know, they're reading message points. It's terrible TV. You know that. Well, it's good they want to come on. That's a good sign. Shows you the power of the show. Sure. Now, you said a lot of coaches will text you asking how they did in a press conference. Have you gotten any text recently from Josh McDaniel's? We text. You know, he he got fired last night and I haven't heard from him today, but we text. Were you were you shocked they fired him? I was surprised. I thought that, you know, he would at least have the end of the year and a chance to have another off season, if I'm being honest. I don't know Mark Davis. Well, we're always at the owner's meetings and things like all exchange like hellos and stuff. And, you know, I don't know that relationship. I don't have that relationship with him. I do have it with other owners. But with McDaniel's, I've known him since his New England days and then do the indie stuff. And I thought once they didn't make a move at the trade deadline that. All right. They were kind of set and they were just going to ride it out when I always thought Devante Adams or Josh Jacobs or one of these guys. They were going to make a drastic move, whether it be cut or trade or something and make a statement that like, here, what ends up being the case is that the owner had been talking to players and got a feel for the locker room as a whole. And he bailed on Josh and not only Josh, but the GM, the offensive coordinator, Mick Lombardi got rid of all these guys who all had those Patriots ties, a lot of them in one fell swoop. But what's crazy is it happened last night at one a.m. And if I can just go into, you know, everyone always asks me, like, what's the craziest stuff that happens in your job as a reporter for the NFL? Well, go trick or. I dressed as as Al Davis on the show yesterday. That's what I was going to bring that up. So ninety nine percent of the tweets I got were can can you can you get Al Davis to come back from the dead and fire Josh McDaniel's? And I'm like, gosh, everyone's so morbid. They're like, can Al Davis be alive so you can fire Josh? This was after somebody in football. It all was like a perfect storm. I planned the costume months in advance. Then, sure enough, I wear it after a Monday night loss that everyone wants to fire. They do fire Josh McDaniel's. My phone starts now. I went I went to the show, came back. I've got a seven year old son. We go trick or treating. We're up and down Brooklyn Heights. I'm exhausted. It's it's nine o'clock. I fall asleep with my shoes on. I'm so tired. And then at one a.m., my phone starts buzzing and buzzing. And it's someone inside the Raiders organization like major, major news. Josh was just told, you know, he's let go. And so is Ziegler. And it's one of those deals. It's one a.m. And I'm like, what? And it's like a fever dream. And I'm like, I got to be up in four hours for Good Morning Football or three hours. I'm like, all right. So I like I start checking my phone. And then I saw the Raiders put out an official statement and I quietly put the phone away and then went back to bed. I'm like, all right. He's to be broke. Here's what I need to know about this. When you go to sleep, what is the situation with your phone? Do you leave the ringer on? Do you put on silent? Do you put on vibrate? Do you not vibrate? But it's on vibrate, vibrate. And my wife and right next to you, right next to you. And we've had a lot of a lot of, lot of, lot of conversations about the mental health aspect of this. Just put it right. Put it in the bathroom. Put it in the living room. Do not bring it to the baby. You just shut the ringer off or shut the ringer off or shut the vibrator. Did you see the story? Did you see the story that came out about how it's not NFL, but how Woj beat Shams Charnia on the James Harden trade? I didn't see it now. I know that's a rivalry as old as time, but what, what happened? I guess Woj was it that I shouldn't relay the story because I might get details wrong and I hate doing that, but anybody can look it up. But because that's where they do the NBA countdown show and he's supposed to be on it this week. So he just happened to someone texted him a call them and said, you might not want to get on that flight. And he was at the New York airport, I think from 10 30 at night to like three 30 in the morning waiting to break the trade. And then I don't know exactly what happened, but I know he broke it. And then Shams gave out his tweet like 40 minutes later and got all this shit for it. But which is really, that's a win for Woj. No, it's a win. So I, okay, it's a win. But like, I don't think you should, you don't bash the other guy for not getting the guy has seemingly waged war and Woj is the old guard and he's saying, okay, this is me, pal. Get in line. So would you stay at the Newark airport from 10 30 at night to three 30 in the morning to break a story or would it depend on the story? No, not me, no. And it's not really my, if I'm Rappaport or if I'm Schefter, that might be it. Or if I was Glazer when he was like in the news breaking game, maybe my role is I'm a little bit of a morphing between, you know, host slash reporter thing, but maybe I had something like that with the hardened trade where we spent all off season and someone gave me a tip. I would probably call my bosses and be like, I got to change my travel. I think so. Actually, the Lamar Jackson contract stuff, I just had, um, a baby girl and we had our daughter and it was like, whether it was hours after or something and the more stuff was going down and I was working hard from the hospital, like, you know, pumping in different tweets and stuff. So yeah, it's, it's, it's been, it's, there's been stories. This was the Woj. So this is an awful announcing. This is what Woj said in his podcast, awful announcing, um, transcribed that he said he sat in Newark airport, watched the place close down and then almost start to reopen again. So from like 5 p.m. they threw me out of the United Airlines lounge at around 10 30 p.m. when it closed. And then I just went and sat downstairs until I left at three 30 in the morning. So he was there from 5 p.m. to 10 to three 30 in the morning. Come on, that's it. That's great work to break a trade about a player who's nothing but a complete disgrace and shouldn't team Woj on this. All right. Well, one last thing before we talk about jeopardy. Yeah. Have you heard anything at all since you're so plugged in about the league being concerned at all about their officiating problem? And before you answer that, there is an officiating problem no matter what anyone says. And the fact that they would take the head of officials or whatever his stupid title is and put him on Monday Night Football to say that John Parry was wrong tells you the league is concerned. So I know they're concerned. I'm just wondering what you've heard about it. I wouldn't say they're concerned that they're going to shut down the league or rewrite the rules, but obviously they're aware of the criticism. And now that the criticism is so vapid and the coaches are complaining and a lot of stuff is happening behind closed doors. I think there's a defense mechanism that goes in and says, let's support our guys and let's put them out there like a bird on a wire. That said, this offseason is going to be really interesting with the competition committee because you've got the push, the push, which is going to be hotly debated. And then you've got a lot of questions about the quality of the officiating and what they can do. I've had multiple people at different teams say to me and say some of these rules are so convoluted at this point. And they're so up in the like we why not just rewrite the whole thing and do a fresh start and do it based on common sense and the camera angles and the review cycles that we have now as opposed to these amendments. So I think it's it's it's really in the weeds. It's really offseason stuff. Nothing's going to happen overnight. But I I'd be curious to see how the competition committee in the league do this. And that's under certain different there's different verticals in this and stuff. And Troy Vincent more or less oversees a lot of the officiating stuff. And I think it'll be interesting to see what kind of internal conversations are had to tighten that up and for the fans to let them know that, hey, we're doing everything we can to give you the best quality officiating possible. Do you think they'd ever consider making everything under two minutes reviewable? I thought that comment from Jim Mercy was really telling. And the fact that he was I wrote that the day before I said that just for the record. So I think he read it in my column and copied me. It was proposed, I think, at the competition committee maybe in twenty twenty one. And it was voted down. So it's been proposed now here as a sports media guy. And I ask you this. You watch some of these games when there's reviews and it takes six minutes for a review. And you're like, even heard Collinsworth get a little fidgety during the Giants-Bills game. OK, we get it. Let's go. You also watch college football where these games take seven hours and you also watch the NBA, where I know Bill Simmons, your former guest, is a very big proponent of let's get on with it. Let's not review every single play in the final two minutes. Do you have a problem if games, the four o'clock win or the one o'clock window stretches until five fifteen and you miss the first half of the four o'clock window because there's a couple of games that are just going review after review, after review. I don't think that would happen if you just have it where you review plays under two minutes. And my issue is this. Every single person in their job, no matter what it is, is going to make mistakes. You're never going to eliminate that. That's fine. The refs are not going to be perfect. Got it. My issue is when the games are decided by the refs. Nobody can tell me. I don't care what happened in the last 58 minutes. Nobody can matter more. Nobody can tell me. Brown's Colts was not determined by the refs. It 100 percent was. So I think that's why if the if, you know, the game stretches out a little longer, I'm okay with it. You cannot have them deciding the outcomes of games. Now, listen, if a game and you have to use this is this is the problem. There's no common sense used like roughing the pass or there's no common sense used. It's what the letter of the law is. If a game is 34 10, you don't need to review the roughing the passer with 58 seconds left. But if the game is 17 17 and there's a debt and there's a pass interference, yes, you have to review it. Sorry. Under two minutes only. That that would be you got to use it. If the game's in within a 10 point what maybe you make a 14 whatever, then the reviews got to you got to add some common sense into this. This will not come from him. This is me in the analysis. It's going to sound like a complaint. They lost that game to the Steelers and there was the bad the bad spotting of the ball. Right. Oh, I mean, that was the one I put in my car that again, again, 100 percent affecting. I'm not saying the Steelers wouldn't have won. But first off, there is two minutes and 12 seconds left. So at that point, you're like, well, this technically if we did change the rules still wouldn't have been fixable. Then what is the line of demarcation? OK, the plates are four down there. So you got to get it right. Yeah. The play before that was what was even more horrendous. It was a pass interference call on a Kello Wetherspoon on Deontay Johnson that would have made it and would have made it first down and ended the game anyway. Johnson then does some sort of silence, something like that. And he gets a flag for the taunting and that gives him another shot. I say all this says they had no more timeouts left. And I heard a lot of people after I commented this on Good Morning Football say this, say it's his fault. He used all his timeouts. I didn't have any left to which I say shame on you. The officiating shouldn't be so bad that we expect a coach to save at least one time out so that if they officiating does some horrendous call that he could throw a review like it's backwards. It's chicken. Like he shouldn't have to save timeouts in game planning. And by the way, his final time out was on a third down call that he didn't like the play call called time out came out of the time out and they scored a touchdown. So I don't think they regret that either. But that's where you get into the nitty gritty where it's like, I don't. Yeah, I don't know if I agree. I mean, I think because of the way the rules set up, the coaches have to be mindful of the timeouts and the challenges because of the way it's now also in the scenario I propose that play was with 213 left. So they it wouldn't have been reviewable anyway if I say so you get screwed either way, I guess I don't know. It's tough stuff. There's like a revolutionary way to look at this and say, let's start from scratch and say, if we wanted to rewrite the rules, the NFL playbook, what are the 10 rules that are that are effective? And that's like now we're talking like the guys who are like hunt, never punt, you know, like it sounds revolutionary and football won't be like little stuff like that where you start getting into the nitty gritty and not even, you know, the guys in the booth who are the refs who call the game like they're not even sure about a hundred percent the rules like then we're getting into, you know, wild. And this is going to sound mean, but at this point, I don't care. It also might be nice if you had some refs under the age of 96. Just saying. Oh, I think there is. I think there's several young rest now. I think they actually have had their youth movement. I think that might be some of the stuff that we're not as familiar with these faces or it's like you don't cease territory. You don't see the older hockey league. You don't see his mind on the line or Arthur Smith like going berserk. And you're like, I probably trust the coach in the situation. They seem so upset. Rogers made the interesting point on McAfee that the best refs Starator and McCauley and these guys that the players right now, they get paid more to be in TV now. It's like there's a whole other issue about wages. And you know what, if we really want the best of the best, what can we do to retain that talent? They're not full time. There's a lot of stuff. Yeah. Yeah, there's a lot there. All right. Let's talk about Celebrity Jeopardy. Schrager was on a few weeks ago with Mira Sorvino and Adam Rodriguez, who I will be honest, I had no idea who he was. I felt very out of the loop and out of touch. Watch the show with my niece, who was very impressed because I said my friends on. So that was good. And we watch the shows and I have several questions. Amazing. Where do you start? Scale of one to ten. Tell me how nervous you were when the game started. OK, honestly. Yeah, five. I wasn't as nervous as I thought I would be flying into Los Angeles to be on Jeopardy and the fear of of embarrassing my good name, embarrassing my colleagues at Good Morning Football, embarrassing the producers who booked me. That was the fear. But once I got there, I was kind of comfortable because I know I watched Jeopardy a million times from my living room and I'm pretty good at it. How now how did you stick to the NDA? I would never be able to stick to NDA's. I would be blabbing to everybody. They basically said don't don't a don't tell anyone you were on it and B don't mention who you were against or how it turned out. It gives away the suspense to it. And then about two weeks beforehand, there was a promo and my face was on it. And I got about a million a million texts from people being like, I'm watching the Florida State Duke game on ABC and your mug showed up. So I'm like, is the cat out of the bag? And then it was kind of convoluted. And they were like, you could promote that you're on it, but don't say how it went and don't mention any of the questions. So I just thought the best case would be I'm not messing this opportunity up. I'm not going to say a word to anyone until after it airs. Did you know Katie Nolan was on it like a couple of weeks before? I had no idea. I was going to say with the NDA's you guys would have no idea because you could have compared notes. I had no idea that Katie Nolan was on it. And technically it wasn't we didn't sign like legal papers. It was just it was told to us, do not mention this. And I wasn't spoiling anything. So tell me how it came about that you were on. OK, so I am a Jeopardy obsessive. It's part of my life. It's every day as a kid growing up. I've said this story before, but I even said it on the air. When you grow up in Freehold, New Jersey, in the 1980s and 1990s, we had a little kitchen where we had the kitchen TV, like the small Toshiba TV. And we don't talk about feelings at dinner like we do now in my family where it's like, how was your day? What what do you want to express? Hello, Sonny. Like, how can I help you get through life? It was more my dad would come home from a long day of work. There would be meatloaf on the table. We would have grapefruit or cantaloupe to start. And then we wouldn't say a word to each other and we would just turn on Jeopardy and everyone just shut up and just watch Jeopardy. So it was part of my life. And then as I got older, it was part of like just everything. I have let that be known to everyone and anyone in my life. So when Rogers was pushing so hard for like the Jeopardy hosting thing, I'm like, I get it. Like, I get it. If you're a Jeopardy person, you love Jeopardy. So sure enough, the way things work. Mike Richards, their old showrunner, gets canceled. He's gone. And then Michael Davies takes over show running duties. Now Jeopardy Michael Davies, who you know from Men in Blazers, he's the bald British. He's some Andy Cohen. Watch what's happening live. He also is the executive producer of Good Morning Football. There it is. So I didn't pitch myself, but he knew my Jeopardy love. He knows it. So when Celebrity Jeopardy comes out, look, I think in recent years you had like Jimmy Kimmel and Jimmy Fallon. Well, there's an actor strike going on. There's a writer strike going on. There's not a lot of folks just strolling right onto that Sony set. Hello, here I am. Who wants me? They I got the call and I think it was it was maybe the coolest like offer I'd ever got in my life. And I was like, I'm in. Tell me when and where. And they were like, it's in eight days. So there wasn't much. Oh, so you didn't have a lot of turnaround time. And I think at the more if I had more time, Jimmy, I probably would have made myself more nervous. Right. Let me ask you, if you were told you're going on Jeopardy, would you like study? Like what would you do? I don't think I would study. I mean, maybe I'd look at a list of like presidents and capitals or something like that, but I don't think you can really study. You're so funny. So for eight days, I'm like, all right, tomorrow's the day I break open the encyclopedia and I start looking at presidents and I look at state capitals. I look at things like Napoleon or Greek gods. I'm like, today's the day seven days go by. I don't do a thing just like my entire academic life. I get on the flight. I log on to the Wi-Fi and I'm like, all right, I got six hours to L.A. I am going to use these six hours to just freshen up on state capitals and presidents and you know, the legislative branch. So I log into Wikipedia. I start looking at state capitals and I catch myself dozing off around like Delaware, you know, and I'm like, all right, and how often am I alone without two kids? And I can get a little nap and then I'm like, wait, Ray Romano has a new has a new movie that I didn't know about. It's on the JetBlue flight. And I'm like, I don't know this movie. It looks great. Ray Romano and Laurie Metcalf. It's an indie film. I started a little bit. I didn't study anything. Well, the other thing is, and this is great because you can now tell me this from your experience. I also think studying is for that show would be kind of useless because I would think that is a show that once you get there and you're standing on that whatever platform across from the board and across from Ken Jennings and you got your competitors next to you one and the lights go on. It really doesn't matter if you study like you've got to be in the topics and the top. You got topics are like, you know, the one of the topics was fungus, right? It was different types of fungi, right? Not studying that one of the topics was Nobel Prize winners. I would have never thought to do that. So at the end of the day, like rhyming words and words that have the the the letters M and T in them are like categories are so you could do yourself a great fortune. I didn't have the attention and my ADD kicked in where I couldn't even sit down and study if I had to was the experience everything you had hoped and more Jimmy was the coolest thing I've ever done and they treat it with the respect the show deserves. You get there and you feel like you're on Jeopardy. They make you feel like a million bucks. There's a trailer which I've never been in a trailer before with your name on it like a star. You take the little golf cart around the Sony lot like in the movies are like you're an entourage in there for no dressing room a trailer trailer. So you have like and they had a nice little like meat and cheese spread like I felt like a star out there get dressed you go out there and it is the Jeopardy studio and it's all the mystique you can imagine and in the backstage, there's all this Trebek memorabilia like you feel like you're at Jeopardy the producers have been there their entire lives or they've at least been there for 20, 30 years a lot of them and it is their life. They live and breathe it and it's not a huge production crew. I'd say Good Morning Football has even more producers than Jeopardy had. Oh, wow. They just live and breathe this thing and they sit us down and they start telling us about the buzzer and I'm like, okay, you buzz in and they explain that the buzzers don't work until after the clue is provided. So let me give you an example if I was to say, you know, this area of New York is where Broadway shows are performed be what is Times Square, but you wouldn't be able to even beep in until the word performed was completed. So when you're at home and you're screaming the answer right away, it doesn't matter. Now if you buzz before that final syllable is revealed they lock you out for like 30 seconds. Okay, so you get that when you see people just banging away at it because they're trying to get in. So I didn't have the buzzer down for at least the second category and that screwed me in a lot of ways because I to tell you how I did I got 19 questions, right? I got three questions wrong two of them being daily doubles which hurt me. But my competitor the one who won in the final moments which was a very dramatic episode Mira Sorvino. She got like 28 questions, right? So she got the buzzer down. I probably knew a lot of the questions she got but I didn't even get a chance to answer them because I was did you did you find yourself buzzing in before the question ended? Yes, and then they lock you out for three seconds and you're like if you nail that buzzer and in hindsight, I spoke to someone who's a jeopardy champion. You know, this whole like jeopardy subculture exists and people reach out to you. It's like some other like secret society or something picturing Steve Gutenberg in The Simpsons. There's a reference. This is a this they're like what I what you're supposed to do to prepare if you're supposed to watch a bunch of episodes record Ken Jennings his voice and get the cadence of his questions, right? So that you can that's crazy. I'm like you would never even think to do that and I'm like hundreds and I didn't know I had Ken Jennings because there's two hosts you might get Mayim Bialik when you're there Blossom might be the host. So yeah, was it it was it an amazing Jimmy the great I've won sports Emmys. I've interviewed Brady on the field. This is a hundred percent the coolest experience in my life. I'm glad that yeah, I mean that is how'd you think I played that I do you proud you did I thought you I really thought you were going to win it won't I was like really I was excited but you know, I feel like and I'm not downplaying it but I feel like I'm celebrity like totally bro. I mean also like if I had won I would have had to have come back again and then I'm playing someone else and like it's a whole different experience is a second experience and I'm not trying to sound like a loser mentality here, but like I got in second and play respectfully and I told this story on Good Morning Football and I'll tell it to you for the listeners who don't happen to watch our three hour show every morning during the NFL season sounds like someone's hit the part of the season where they're struggling a little bit. Oh, I'm good, bro. I'm really I'm reignited. I feel great right now. Jeopardy did a lot for me. We the final Jeopardy OK, so I'm down like 200 bucks to Mira Sorvino going into Final Jeopardy and I really screwed myself. I took a guess at the end of the third round of Jeopardy and it set me back fifteen hundred bucks. I'm still kicking myself, but we go to Final Jeopardy and it could be any category and I'm feeling myself. I was red hot like doing really well. And the final category is tween lit, not teen lit, tween lit. And then what you see on TV is exactly what happens in real life. They take it to commercial and you have time to put in a wager the entire commercial break. How much you want to wait now? I don't know if I'm breaking the fourth wall from that. We're going to be invited back for revealing this. Sorvino talks about her family early on in the show that she's got teenage daughters. Meanwhile, those teenage daughters are in the audience and she looks over to them. And I've got to look at Mira Sorvino looking over to her two teenage daughters or her teenage teenage son. And I'm psyched out because I'm like tween lit. I don't care if she's got a son or a daughter. If you are in that world, you know, tween lit. It's just part of your life. I don't have any teenage kids. So I start going through this like crazy meltdown of, oh, my God, she definitely knows it. I need to wager this much. But also, who who wrote who wrote Twilight? I don't fucking know who wrote Hunger Games. Collins. I'm like, please ask me who wrote Hunger Games. I'm like, what was what was Robert Pattinson's character name in Twilight? Was it like Richard or William or Jacob or Brian? I'm like and then the question and then I have to put my thing and I put in seventy two hundred. I had like eleven thousand. And I'm like, all right. Seventy two hundred. She's got me on a two hundred thing. Like, I don't know if we're playing Prisoner's Dilemma, mind games, how she's going to wager. But in case I get it wrong, it gives me a little cushion here in case she gets it wrong. I just took a wild guess. Seventy two hundred out of eleven thousand. Fine.
"steve gutenberg" Discussed on Cinemavino
"I love this movie. I give it a seven, seven point five because of the guy's outfit. Is there a story behind that machete that Jason eventually has? I don't know if I saw it in this movie. It's in Friday the 13th part three. We we kind of get to that. We're not into. No, it's not until he never uses it into what? And then Friday the 13th part three, he gets it in the same movie that he gets the hockey mask. And I think that's where like the series really takes off is the third one. So he gets the machete and the hockey mask in the Santa. He gets it from someone else, has it or someone is using it like on the camp. Yeah. And he finds it. Yeah, I really don't know if I've seen the third one. Maybe I was sick on that. I have no idea. Oh, maybe you just hated me. Yeah. Well, I mean, like or did weeks. I know I watched it because I I remember. Yeah, you you remember. Did we just like was it or what do we have it? We just had to skip over it. I don't remember because I know we did that with Earnest Cured Stupid, but we made it a point double back. Yeah, that's what men do. But I know we did the season the Halloween season, the witch Halloween three season, the witch pumpkin heads. Yeah. I remember to me that was like the point in the series where it's like, you know, the police academy was in trouble when they lost Steve Gutenberg. It's like, oh, this is the Halloween Michael Myers and even here. Yeah. Well, that's the thing. It's like it's it's not a character you need somebody for. You just need like a stunt actor with a mask and you're great. Yeah, that's true. Like with Nightmare on Elm Street, the guy who played Jason or not Jason, the guy who played Freddy Krueger, they kind of lost him. And I think that's that's kind of the time because they had an actual actor who was playing him. Robert Inland. Yeah. Yeah. All right. So I've got Fright Night 2011, Fright Night 1985 and The Frighteners. I don't see. I mean, you were going to have to do last year's Halloween. You know, we didn't. But I know we we've watched it. Yeah, I have to go back and check. I'm not sure. Speed that. Maybe that was just on like the side podcast that we have that we don't tell Travis about. Side pod. It could be. It'd be a great band. I got one in. That's a great band name, too. Got one in.757575. So I would say I fall about 65. Not a huge horror guy, but also, yeah, same just tough to sift through the tropes. This movie started, you know, the trend that this movie was on the ground floor for, you know, it's entertaining. It's good junk food. Halloween entertainment. You know, you could see how this was a huge hit back in the day before people got desensitized to people getting hacked up at, you know, campsites. But, you know, this this had to been a great popcorn movie back then. And I appreciate it now for history, nostalgia and just to see what people were scared by back then. Sometimes movies have that effect. Like you could see what was scary or exciting or romantic or whatever. Back in the day, it's like a little slice in time. It's a time capsule. Yeah. And so the movie has that benefit for me of like seeing what what was scary. Then what? What made people jump out of their seats in 1980? It was a huge hit. It's fun. Yeah, 65. Anyway, this has been another episode of, you know, we got Sean Jordan. Hey, we got Taylor Jones, Travis Budd back in the saddle. Yeah, but I don't know. We're all here. And great movies. Only drunker, Marsden, Oktoberfest. We got Paul on her. And now we're enjoying the Bell's Brewing. That's on me. So I go out and find some Oktoberfest beer. That's good time of year. Go get yourself a big giant pretzel. But yeah, great movies. Only drunker. And we will see you guys next time. I'll see you. Be. Be sure to listen, rate and subscribe at Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Castbox or wherever you listen to your podcasts. Our website is cinema vino dot net, and reviews of these films can be found at Todd Wofford movies dot com. Mm hmm.
"steve gutenberg" Discussed on Good One: A Podcast About Jokes
"Saved the galaxy. And seen so I guess first John talk about conceiving of this scene as a sort of set piece. Well, it's funny because we'd always had this question of, you know, do we ever see or read or do we ever read what Roman writes? Do we ever see what any of these people do or do we keep to the idea that, you know, we only just see them working. And we hear them talk about what they're doing, but that's all. And so we had had this idea where we had just sort of the cold open sort of little one or two page bit where it opens with them kind of seeing that Roman has a script and they're just going to kind of jokingly doing a reading of it or whatever before he grabs it away from them. And that it would be kind of just a little comic throw away bit. But then as we were kind of working out kind of, you know, the Gutenberg episode was kind of, it was actually kind of difficult to actually write because it was another one of those ones where you had this idea that was fun and one of our guiding principles of these early seasons was, you know, we could only afford a certain number of number of extras per season. A premium was placed on coming up with party ideas that involved as few extras as possible so that we could save them up for later. And so, you know, we had come up with the Gutenberg idea of like they go to cater a party that they forgot to cancel them. And no one's there was kind of on that little list of ideas was like ways you can have no extras. And then Steve himself actually got involved accidentally relatively earlier just because he happened to email rob Thomas at a time when we were trying to figure it out. He was like, oh, what if it's Steve Gutenberg? You're like, oh, how can that go wrong? But then we actually had to write the episode or whatever. And so, you know, I liked the idea of them like workshopping this script that, you know, we'd get to sort of see some Roman Roman writing and action and everything. But it also, you know, if we, you know, the more we thought about it, and the more we're turning that into the kind of main story of the episode, you know, we thought that it also spoke to very much where kind of Henry and Casey were at that time in the sense that it gave us an opportunity for Henry to actually perform that we'd kind of get to both see him do it and have KCC him doing it so that, you know, it kind of became this pivot point in their relationship where it kind of reignited things on multiple levels just in the sense that she was able to kind of see that he was actually a good and insightful enthusiastic actor and also that he was willing to do it in the right when goaded in the right way or whatever. So that it kind of represented this moment where she was kind of drawn back to him in a way that they had kind of let live for a while or whatever. So that became kind of the centerpiece of the episode and then the fact that, you know, figuring out what to do with Steve Guttenberg of what version of Steve Gutenberg did we want to kind of invent and kind of present in the episode. We didn't want to play him as kind of sort of a secret villain or some sort of asshole or something. And in life he is a very enthusiastic kind of very open nice guy and everything. And so we love the idea of him just being like very romanticizing his early theater days and all this sort of stuff and being incredibly enthusiastic about this whole process. So it all kind of happened backwards, but it ended up working really well for the Henry Casey of it all and the kind of eventual arc of the second season. Adam, how do you approach a scene where it goes and now Henry acts well? Time to do good acting. It's really tricky. I think anytime something so subjective is presented in a fictional environment, I feel like it always goes wrong when you see fake stand up in a movie or fake fake music in a movie and people are going crazy for it and it's like, well, I don't, I don't know. Then the audience enthusiasm always seems fake fake stand up, the laughs always feel fake, that stand up doesn't seem you know, it's really hard. So from the outset, it felt like a tricky thing like we're gonna show that Henry's a good actor and how do we do that? But I think John really kind of threaded the needle because it's in the context of Romans ridiculous sci-fi script and we're injecting emotion into that world within the world of the show. And that world, the sci-fi script world, is in and of itself ridiculous and fun and funny. And then you see some genuine emotion here or there between KC and also Henry, it's a chance for them to reconnect. It's a chance for her to see something in him. Sure, in that context, you can play with all kinds of ideas as long as we're in the world of Roman script, which gives us the freedom to show one thing or the other. I think also we wanted to show she needed to kind of break the seal of that idea by seeing Henry in a movie, right? She walks in and sees. And we were going to shoot a scene a fake scene from an early indie Henry was in. And I think it was important to all of us that we do that. And we did shoot that, but I think we also dug up an old ND I was actually in like ten years earlier. So that also could provide a little authenticity to the idea. And I think the two things ended up working well together, but I think it starts with the context that it's originally put in in the script because if it was like, you know, Henry doing a monologue in a play, and that's how it's always a thing that punctures dead poets society for me is Robert Sean Leonard and the play at the end. It doesn't feel authentic that that's that they're able to see that he's a good actor there. There's something about it that just rings false. I don't know why. But it just is a really hard needle to thread and I feel like John and the guys were able to do it. The thing that is so amazing, you can watch it over and over again. It's like the amount of good acting. Essentially, the amount of in the character you are has to be modulated. And you know, you are acting so that there's sort of these sort of layers of like you are playing this person, this person's playing this person, then the person also comes in and out of it, right? You slap you slap what's his face? Kyle, Kyle. And then he goes, what the hell, then so you have to go back in, but I'm acting. How do you approach it? How delivery won you're scripting that in terms of like, okay, well it's this and says how delivery when you like blocking out that scene. How do you approach a thing like that? Because it really is, if you're coming out the gate trying too hard, then the audience will be like, you think, this is acting. It has to sort of be building. So how deliberate we're both you in terms of thinking about the sort of modulations of that scene. The performance wouldn't have worked at all without the first run through, I think, which sort of established the, you know, everyone's kind of skeptical. They're playing it in this kind of stiff cartoony kind of way. Everyone's kind of rolling their eyes at kind of. Martin and Christopher kind of off there nodding as they're thinking about how their words come across and all this sort of stuff. So I think playing that straight for laughs and playing it as this is not the best site already we've seen.
"steve gutenberg" Discussed on Good One: A Podcast About Jokes
"I've turned down the levels of my existence. Yeah, again, it's something another sort of avenue that I completely understood just as a freelance actor. I remember in my 20s living in this studio apartment and just going from job to job and watching my brother and sister have their lives with their houses and their jobs and their families and I was just sort of nowhere and that looked really great just some solid ground under your feet and a thing to go to and a person to go to and a television and a show that you both watch to get. You know the whole thing was so attractive to Henry and I felt he felt settled and more like a real person and however boring it might be even to him, even if he doesn't realize it, I think it's precisely where he felt he needed to be. And when we were making it, I remember. I'd never been on the second season of a TV show before. So for me, I remember thinking like, this is so funny. It feels like we're making a sequel to a movie. Like, this is so great. Like I remember where like shooting in long that episode Jack all on NASA's we're shooting in Long Beach somewhere and everyone stares a little different. Is that what it was? Yeah, it was the big time for us. Yeah. Everyone's haircuts, like remember a Han Solo's vest was a little different in each movie. I was like, this is so great, you guys. We're all like in a sequel together and everyone's different than Casey shows up and she has bangs and it's weird between us because stuff has happened. It was so fun. And it was a, it was a great place to start the season, talk about somewhere to go. It was fantastic. I totally forgot that that was when lazy debuted her small bags that I feel like. I feel like this was a breakthrough for you creatively somewhat like you have a real gift on playing boring people or people who are that I think you just. No, it's a real gift. Because you could play boring and not, but you're not ignorable, right? I think in some ways, when you think of like the first season and then the beginning second season, it is like severance. It's like recreating your severance character. Yeah, sorry, go ahead. You know, 'cause it's like I'm just at work and there's sort of like an resigned acceptance and then you're sort of out of work and there was that sort of cynicism or whatever. How do you do it? Or even John, as you see it, how does he play boring in a way where you're not where you actually would want to watch him do it? I mean, that's entirely an Adam question. Like I said, this was what we worried about the most. And what we felt like was, you know, above and beyond all the sort of comedy that happened in the show just what you were describing is this ability to make kind of being this kind of character in stasis interesting and compelling is like an incredible feat. How do you play boring? Well, I think that from the start all the way up through season three, for me, it never was never like, oh my God, what do I play here? I really connected with it and connected with John's writing. I really always do whenever he throws something out there. I just immediately understand and get what's going on between the lines of dialog. I feel it and get it because I feel like he's riding with specificity and from a place of specificity. So for me, it's like it's more like Henry's trying to be boring. And trying to keep down all of the things about him that aren't boring because he's those things haven't worked out very well for him. So he's just trying to keep the straight and narrow. And then Casey shows up and it's like, well shit, that's a non boring thing. And then Ron shows up and it's like, well, God damn it. Now things are really going off off the tracks. And. So yeah, I don't know. I just feel like. The character is just trying his best to lead a normal life. And suppress his sort of creative impulses. Yeah, I mean, I think that the scene where you yell at Ron is a scene of suppression then it coming out and then being almost like embarrassed and trying to play it off. Is that how you saw it, what did it feel like where you're trying? It is a level that it's, again, it's a thing where you don't see the rest of the show a person has that part of him. Yeah, I mean, I think that Ron and Henry, it's a really unique relationship. It really is. Again, all the way through season three. There are two sort of people who really connect for whatever reason, they fit together sort of like puzzle pieces and they couldn't be more different and in a way Henry can't stand wrong, but in a way he wants to do nothing but help Ron and make sure he's okay. And so I think that moment in this episode that you're talking about is some of that sort of brotherly connection. Coming out in a sideways manner. Yeah. So now we move on to the scene. The party down scene, the scene of all. I feel like this is the definitive scene of the show, which is Steve Gutenberg's birthday party, and you're doing a reading of Roman script in Casey challenges you to who can be better at acting. Now my actors prepare
"steve gutenberg" Discussed on Daily Pop
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"steve gutenberg" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1
"Bad item. All right. Another bit of gossip. You guys did great. We're winners. Yeah, I can't believe I pulled that one out. I don't watch any of those TLC show. Yeah, well, you've been around the station. Just smell it. You know, um, especially on this show. We We used to love honey. Boo Boo. Okay, We still do love her. It's just I don't know that the show is the best thing for her right now. Okay? This foreign born celebrity host sometime actress Sometime. Reality star sometime journalist has been doggedly pursuing this A plus list, mostly movie actor. And his misdeeds. Then suddenly it appears sometime in the middle of July, she stopped She paid everyone who was working for her and told them to stop what they were doing. I think the actor paid her off. Is that right? No. But that's a good guess. So again. You're looking for a foreign born celebrity. Slash host slash sometime actress sometime Reality star. I don't know if Lisa Ling is from Canada or from the United States, but it's not Lisa Ling. Okay was the one on project runway. The giant Klum. Yeah, no, not hiding a journalist. I will say Don't focus on her. Okay, focus on him, plus actor because I think you'll have an easier time picking an A plus list mostly movie actor. Now they miss it. No. But, you know But you're in the same echelon. No, Matt Damon. No Brenna, Ben Affleck. No. Fred Astaire. No now for lives. Think about the only other a plus list actor you haven't mentioned. Um Who has another A plus. Okay, well, he was an 80. Steve Gutenberg. Okay, That's just funny, because he is funny. Thank you. He is funny, but current a plus list. I mean, we haven't seen movies in two years. Okay. So think about a guy who you would not think does misdeeds. Oh, Jamie Foxx. Um, a guy that you would. He's like, like everybody loves this guy. Thanks. No, but that's a good guess. But no, Mr Wholesome, Mr. Like I'm a good guy. Do you want another Caprio? No, Dad. He's bad guy. He's a bad not clean eastward. Bradley Cooper. No, God, You're getting them all though, but no, not the right one. Uh, you Jackman, he went. He went viral earlier this year when he talked about his hair. Uh, specifically how he deals with his hair. John Travolta? No, but that's funny. 52 times I was there. I think how he cut his dancing? No. Will Smith You guys flow B. Oh, that's right. Who was that story about who was flow being his hair. The audience is yelling at you guys were not I'm not. She made his shallow first appearance on television on a wonderful sitcom that I grew up adoring and can sing the theme song to in a heartbeat. I looked it up facts of life. I Google that I've cheated George Clooney. Thinking. Oh, my God. That took us way too long did take you way too long to get the story top 10, but he hasn't done anything in so long. Yeah, he's maybe off your radar. Now I'm not even going to ask you to do the other side of this equation because I will just give you the the actress in question is Elisabetta. Canalys. Oh, yeah, And they were involved. I think they were together at one point relationship for sure. Um, but Let me just fill in the blanks for the audience who was patiently waiting. I'm so sorry Audience that's more annoying. It's fine, Elisabetta Canalis. Let me just get through all the description she has Elizabeth Canalis has been doggedly pursuing George Clooney and his misdeeds. Then suddenly it appears sometime in the middle of July. She stops she paid everyone she was that was working for her. And told them to stop what they were doing. She thinks George or anti lawyer thanks, George Clooney paid her off. 100% he did. They were lovers, so she knows probably where some of those bodies were buried during that time, And now he's Mr Squeaky clean with, you know the United Nations and the Mall and the Twins and And I think, if astute listeners of this blind item segment remember, there are some like nefarious allegations about a woman dying at a party that he threw. That was covered up, huh? That's kind of that's kind of like Natalie Wood's and Robert Wagner. Irish. I know. But I mean a party he threw, you know, like that's a huge, vague area with all the drugs and stuff that happens. Who knows? He could just be someone that was in his late KOMO house. It's true. But you know, I have to be a bad look for a George Clooney, wouldn't it? Yeah, yes, She Elisabetta Canalis. Though member, she was always very front and center with her relationship. I don't actually remember. I had to look her up because I could not for the life of me. Remember what an Elizabeth Canalis was, but she's a lot of things as anti lawyer has pulled out or pointed out. I'm also Googling her for the first time ever. Uh, all right. Should we do one last quickie? Yeah. We're really good at this. Okay? I.
"steve gutenberg" Discussed on WDUN AM550
"Grant will go towards school and summer program at the eight New Boys and Girls Club sites in Heber Sham. With these new locations, there are now 25 different clubs, sites and haul for Saif in Habersham counties. And the board that oversees Stone Mountain Park voting yesterday for a new logo that eliminates the park's giant mountainside carving of Confederate leaders. It's another change by the Stone Mountain Memorial Association to address criticism of the park's Confederate history and shore up the financial resources for the park as well. There's more news and access Wdun got to say a happy birthday. Someone inadvertently left off the list. I apologize. Maggie Dixon with a birthday today, So, Maggie, enjoy your celebration. Hope that you have a great celebration and things other things to celebrate. Today. It was eight It was 14 56 that things really changed in the world. And really, we got our first taste of some important technology and communication. It was 14 56 that printing finished on the Gutenberg Bible, the first book printed on the Fame, Gutenberg Printing Press. I was like what happened in 14? He said. You go. Could we possibly have? Yeah, That's pretty important. Yeah, It's pretty cool thing. Very important. And I don't I looked this up. I didn't do a full research on it. But you spell Gutenberg. With one in For the Gutenberg Bible. Okay, to tease that, right? Um no one t 1 to 21 in. Oh, my gosh. Yep. But if you're Steve Gutenberg, it's to tease. Okay. And Steven Berg has his 63rd birthday today. Okay, on the same day that they finished publishing printing the first Gutenberg Bible back in 14 56. Coincidence. I think not. Well, there you go. Now that I know that Johannes Gutenberg is one t. I'll try not to make that mistake again. Is that something that happens a lot with you that I add an extra T to Gutenberg. Is that no, I try to remember it, though. Okay, hate misspelling stuff and so embarrassing when it happens. Alright and Harry Potter fans celebrating today. Rupert Grint is 33 years old. Yes, ourselves. Weaselly Ron Weasley, Rod Weasley. Mhm anyway, Did you finally saw the movies? Some of them. Yes, I like him. I have them all. If you want to borrow the DVDs, I have them all. I have the whole collection. I I think my daughter has them, But thanks. Yeah, she was. Yeah, she was all about. I think they're well worth your time. Always feel good at the end of it. I do like them always make me feel good at the end Ally. All right, coming in just a second forecast. It's going to make you feel hot. At the end of the day. Today, we'll.
"steve gutenberg" Discussed on Snarf Talk
"Finally it is And now we're just ruining the last half of it. I think it might have been when you plug your phone. When i plugged my phone. I think you've plugged your phone and fixed it. Okay so i got the list. This had me thinking on the way here. I'm like we should do. Is it possible to do a list of movies based on rides because that's a very rare thing it would be based on a theme park ride and it would only happened in the world that disney. But i looked it up. This article is actually from the aarp. Weird enough of movies based on this is specifically based on disneyworld and disneyland attractions. Okay you want to know what some of them are. Yeah of course. Nine thousand nine hundred ninety seven there was a little movie co starring kirstin. Dunst and steve gutenberg. Okay of police academy fame called tower of terror. Oh like the legit tower of terror. I'm originally presented as part of the wonderful world of disney. This made for tv. Movie was a studios first film based on an attraction. Steve gutenberg stars as a disgrace tabloid journalists who sets out with his young niece anna to investigate a mysterious disturbance on halloween nineteen thirty nine. Lightning strict the hollywood tower hotel and five guests who were in the elevator..
"steve gutenberg" Discussed on Get Real -w- Caroline Hobby
"This is never watched that show on netflix. What is was it called like the comedy club or something like it was something to store to store bell intense like the comedy. World is hard. It's hard to break into is hardly stay into like this whole interweb working in. It's like whoa in get your jokes all right like you know fitness much different than music though i mean it's super cutthroat and there's a lot of people going after very say the differences is. I don't know the music industry will end up to say this but nowadays as a comic yet so the communism pass me who gives a shit. I have twelve million people on instagram. And you know eight million tiktok. And that's where i do my stand up and i don't need to do you know what i mean. So it's a little different but to be true up comic. You can't do it on tiktok and he can't do it in graham half get onstage in the comedy store is for me where the best came and you go and mitzi would sit in the back row up against the wall and if the person before you did really well you were fucked. She was gonna call them over to talk to her. She wasn't gonna hear a second of your set. Dan what she found on she likes. She was kind of like done for the day. Or that wasn't she was just gonna talk to them and you reforming so she might miss your said and you just have to come back and then somebody else would come up. I'll okay so it's like they're keeping it going. No matter what is doing. I think there was like three or four. Forget it was so long ago but it seemed like three two three four showcases like that and she called me over somebody who was like after. I think this is my third time going up in front of her and she called me over and she sat me down. And when you call called over you were like and sat down and she said you very funny. And i said thank you. She said enhance. I said oh. Thank you remind me of a young steve gutenberg and.
"steve gutenberg" Discussed on Pop Culture Leftovers
"I will send out a tweet and a facebook post on this movie. Take a screen shot after you've re tweeted it or shared it on facebook. Send it to comments at pop culture leftovers with the title under the stadium lights and you'll be entered to win a digital copy and i will go over the winners next week. It's very. I love sports movies. Yeah well thank you for rousing enthusiasm. Joe joe you came in. You came in so fucking excited to be on the show. And i start talking about football moving you fall asleep on me like how far you have to go back in your memory banks before you found sports moving early like john you liked major league and you are a fucking child when you liked major like. Are you serious joe. You can't get into the sports movies. They always end up hooking me. But since i'm not really biggest sports fan. I usually don't like them out. But you know. I mean if anything's well written eventually at there's so many movies i go into are like i'm not going to enjoy this because this isn't my thing and then i'm usually teared up by the end of it and i'm like fuck it got me again. I mean it does happen the wrong guy to have on this one. I fuck it. I opened up a rocky shirt. I'm talking about this fucking under the stadium lights movie you've fallen asleep sleep always readily admit that rockies fucking great movie it's a damn perfect movie damn perfect movie. I love that movie so much. Yeah so yeah under the stadium list we got. I announced the winners next week. And then we've got another contest next week and nat one yield definitely. Wanna listen and enter for that one. That one is fucking awesome. Could enter for this one. Next week is really fucking cool tune in next week for the contest next week. Got a question for you. Would you watch. Have you guys ever seen the movie cocoon. Okay joe is going to be like joe. It has nothing to do with sports. have you ever seen it. It's a science nothing to do with sports with wilford. Grimly and steve. Gutenberg jessica tandy. Yes yes paul. Hey ever seen cocoon. Oh yeah yeah. That's where the old people are exposed to these aliens and it makes them feel young again. And would you guys watch porno version of cocoon called cuck. Coon were the glowing. Aliens are just boning. The guy's wives in front of them. It definitely adds a new dimension to that shot of. Yeah the lemon party. I like what happened there around these aliens aliens make them feel young and reinvigorated and then they're getting fucked by them as well so like they're fucking doing shit that they haven't done in years you know fucking reverse cowgirl. They're throwing the legs up over there. The guy's shoulders and shit. They're very malleable. And the very flexible again instead of worrying about breaking hips and all that bullshit. These aliens have just reinvigorated. Those sexual juices how. Come into your amazing perusing. The mature section of porn of and watching cocoon at the same time like a whole title in synopsis fucking awesome. I wish i thought like that. Yeah.
"steve gutenberg" Discussed on The Swearwolves
"Does oh man how did not pick this. She's like the winds a good one though Number one movie at this time period november thirtieth nineteen eighty-seven not the video dead by the way. That's you're eighty seven short-circuit play. But was this guy in short circuit. Who was insured circuit. Steve gutenberg okay. That guy who is in short circuit was in this movie shit. Is it a police academy movie. The whole plan movie was number. One any steve. Gutenberg movie was dead. You do think about it. It's not just steve. Gutenberg steve greenberg to other guys oh three minutes and eighty yes and the number one tv show cosby show. Still nineteen eighty seven written by and directed by robert scott music by leonard marcel stewart. Robin now which kevin mcmahon. You don't need to remember those names. It stars people. It does indeed stars people with some cool fucking names. Like michael saint michael's porn star michael. Same mongols conquered eleven inches long. All right all righty. Then nattiest gloss plays a deliveryman roxana augustine or augustine. Laurie ring guat. Like these are cool names rocky duval rocky duval name. Yeah sounds like a boxer. Yeah it's rocky duval. It's like robert vol's like his troubled. Matthew yeah exactly it was rocky two rocky von you. Bobby doerr who was no. Why talk like this hodgepodge face. Every time he acts nobody basically is what. I'm trying to tell you nobody budget. I don't even have information on that much box office. Now and the plot not much the plot of this movie do this movies fucking stupid..
"steve gutenberg" Discussed on The Words on Fire Podcast
"From india. Not in the united american so you talked about come badchi. He's a native chicago chicago. Yeah he's native thought Does it state would he is. Oh i dunno steve gutenberg. Wasn't that bad okay. What five wash skin color and then look at history right there now. He's you know he's he's lighter here he i mean. I'll give you that conspiracies conspiracy. This is real research but remember we watched multitask talks amongst yourself. Short circuit was neither indian nor brown. Discuss the headline. You guys up to discuss watches. Fucking lamer he's not harpies about he got you know. Use the sub thinking. A little brother got a little sad. Get a little short. Now you got me a little bit. I mean he's not playing like fucking kramer from old fashioned. Did you ever watch the episode. You can watch seinfeld with where he's working on. He's basing himself in the league. ship clean. Butter himself was supposed to be played. Indian guy how what we are. We are you assuming that he wasn't because he created something because of the ateneo she didn't accent. Oh that's the big and part of it. I think he might be indian broke because they're not showing them in this fucking trailer at all. Which was allen part one. Yeah that's partly because he's a co creator so part to as we're easy like all the good one well mother focus se be join fires. I wanted to buy one of those located. Remember them you don't know i remember. He was fucking classic. I do remember. He was hilarious. I remember why at one time probably because this white guy didn't come back in the second. One that steve gutenberg. Yeah yeah he was from police academy this song eating come back for the budget was fucking last name last name here. They had last night. They had to make sure to save money. 'cause you know ship that is real ending guy that a fucking do. All the special effects are do that cassette tapes today. Don available your video your local video store oh shit rated. pg eighty eight new. Damn your remembers thousand. I was born. I saw that show came out member for your birth. It's going to be life. Oh shit. I lean. Probably why i didn't watch. It always interest speaking pressure about white celebrities. I'll see got so. I don't know how they're making the dunno going out we're going down. Was you know the golden globes right. I guess they're talking about how. That's one of the fucking many different Globe golden during many different It's like the that's was that mostly so pre pre emmy no pre-oscars nelson that gives them a heads up. Okay who's gonna win the oscars. Yeah and i guess this year they're saying that scarlett johansson and mark ruffalo. We're talking about how it's fucking sexes. And it's racist. Ask how they fuck it up how they how people out or whatever and you good job so if she see even said that you know what is doing it because there's at fuck them. There protested against because the change whatever they need to change. Everybody's a winner. yeah then. they're showing an oscar. they're showing different tweets right different people every the celebrities are saying like a like tom cruise Three previously for a top. A few good bad and he has a good act. So he's done but yeah. Yeah yeah so. So are the ones he want. He said a back lease back here. Fuck you guys. As my protests. Keep your shit okay. And they're saying that that You know how. How would the whole kobe thing go down now. Celebrities have folk hogan. Kobe all over. He's only got that wrestling. Chop shit. Voted yes you know with the whole kobe thing people had to bake fucking huge sacrifices and they one of trouble. I don't know if you've seen those fucking hilarious. She says that she finally broke down during this. Oh cova thing. And she had to make an exception and she bred. These are the sacrifices that these by the phone link at i was read i was like wow motherfuckers are losing their jobs. Losing their lives at the fucking tweet. You're going to put out there. They got like fucking eighteen. Billion re tweets is that i believe is sacrificed to eat the same thing function..
"steve gutenberg" Discussed on The Original Jeek Podcast
"So number okay so That's a good so that's a good one for being a good movie. I took it that we'll stick with that. That's our five martial arts movies recommendation. So martial arts saturday night watch them and let us know what you thought of if you can get through all of them and hopefully you can find them on. Because i i haven't seen black mask on streaming services all on dvd. So yeah. i don't have to worry about that. Either people listening. I don't know how you can always find him some usually if you can't find home streaming the final some paid service like voodoo or something know that's not always the case. Okay because i said usually not all. I was having an eighties. Flashback and i was like you know what i don't know what brought it up like you know. I wanna wash cocoon. I haven't seen cocoon in probably a decade or longer. It's bill longtime. You probably never even seen the movie Because it came out like a year before you were born. But i was like you know when i really wanna watch cocoon and you cannot find coon anywhere. It's impossible and in my search for cocoon i. I found an article from my year ago. Lamenting the fact that you cannot find cocoon anywhere. It is virtually impossible and nobody seems to know why this this article guy who wrote this article emailed the actors. Steve steve good burgers and he emailed steve gutenberg and gutenberg's like assistant replied setback gutenberg. Wanna talk about cocoon like the guy to read. The script emailed the people who did the score because the movie have won nine academy war. I think for music. He emailed all these people involved with the movie. And nobody knows or nobody will respond as far as why you can't get this movie on streaming servers and not even services. You can't even buy it on. I tunes you can't buy. You can't buy prime unless you bought a physical. Dvd which is out of print. You can't get anywhere. let's say amazon. Has it the the return and you might have to this region. Is it because it's probably going to be region to region.
"steve gutenberg" Discussed on The Moratorium
"Click yep Paul reubens is heimlich heimlich. That's that's a good one him. I i this is going to be. I'm all over the place. But it's all connected. Somehow i guess we were talking about a little people now. We're almost to the squeeze. When are we going to do the squeeze. I get that one confused with The big easy. Those two movies are very different. So let's finish up on angela. Zito recedo oh yeah. He was tom thumb and one episode of the incredible hulk. Yes saw that he definitely was in. Can't stop the music. The millage me move my you know. I couldn't wait to talk about that. I assume we will get there eventually. I can quote it right now. if you'd like i'm good. I mean there's nothing like steve gutenberg. Walking around and and scrotum he's wearing our r. Eighties scr oats brand of clothing. That fucking look on his face that kind of daffy like he is still on drugs. Being at the dentist is how he kind of looks all the time. How did i sit through so many hours of police academy i don't know he has a type of charm that lasts for about an hour about as long as it takes for your glasses to be ready and when when that our is up like thank god. This is almost over because i could not look at him for one more second. Have that same. Feeling about steve gutenberg. Yeah i think you nailed it okay. So our guy angela. Receipt was also in galax. Sina nineteen eighty. He played monster from egg. The did he hatch out of something..
"steve gutenberg" Discussed on KTOK
"The TV news industry. The fax CNN's coverage of President Trump to impeachments the Capitol Hill riot. And the 2020 election chaos inflated CNN's viewership by 150%. But once Donald Trump left the stage, look out below. Prime time ratings for CNN and the other two cable news networks have plunged. CNN dropped a staggering 42% in April from the year before. Fox News 45%. MSNBC 25%, but that network has historically lower ratings. Recent analysis from the conservative Media Research Center study 20 hours of news coverage on CNN. They found a whopping 33% of all reporting with still focused on Donald Trump. News viewership continued to drop all across the board in April. ABC, NBC CBS Seeing significant Declines. Late night TV also hurting in the Biden error. Jimmy Kimmel, Stephen Colbert, Jimmy Fallon, all struggling now. To reach 1.5 million viewers. That's down double digits from the same time last year. Colbert on CBS has dropped the most. Even professional sports, took a hit in April. Hockey, baseball and NASCAR all down. Vegas winner this month. The Masters Golf Tournament ratings were up 69% compared to last year. And here's something else you might not know. The biggest loser in the TV industry is the Academy Awards program. Lesson 10 million people tuned in to see it this year. That's down from 60 million 20 years ago. A petition appeared online hours after the Oscar broadcast begging producers to bring back comedian Billy Crystal, the host the Oscars for the 10th time. No word yet from Mr Crystal, who might not look marvelous if he takes that gig. Back after this. Hey, good movie Alert. It's called Roe v. Wade, not a documentary. It's a real Hollywood movie with great actors like Jon Voight, Stacey Dash, John Snyder, Steve Gutenberg and even L A laws. Corbin Bernsen. Not some boring film about a court case you will be blown away toe learn about how Planned parenthood manipulated the courts and lied to the media back in the 19 seventies, all for power. And how the conspiracy even involves some Supreme Court justices. Literally the most famous court case in American history that everyone has heard of. But no one knows very much about Finally, the truth comes out Hollywood in the media have tried to stop the film from coming out. It could get canceled or band so see it immediately before they remove it from iTunes. Amazon Google play You can download it from your major cable or satellite carrier. It is on demand. Check out Roe v. Wade. The movie today that is the weekend edition of the O'Reilly Update from or news and honest analysis, Please go to.
"steve gutenberg" Discussed on Feast of Fun
"You're like oh. If i only would known anytime i can yell at steve. Good and burger. It's always a good day i think. Oh my god. I think back. I probably had a young like teenage crush. On steve greenberg. I watched a lot. Like i watch like. I always watched movies with my mom and she like watch like older movies. So i wasn't always watching kids stuff And she like allowed me. Watch like rated r. things at a certain age so like i remember watching stephen berry in like so many things and just remember he was always like dad figure and i was like he's i'd like him. Daddy and on mike outgrow. She's got that issue. Played a gay character in a in. Can't stop the music with caitlin jenner. I remember that Musical rate it's a musical film of the making of the village. People has nothing to do with village people. But how village people in it and it stars. caitlyn jenner. Who went by the different name of the time. And and steve gutenberg playing music producer jock morally. Remember that i remember watching that as a young budding gay watching probably like in the middle of the night why my parents were asleep like you watch how the gave films probably watching and being like this is really lost interest. Like let me turn back to a chorus falcons. See some hot on dude on dude action Nikki we're going to have to look at steve. Eisenberg tight shorts to get a foreign action. Oh totally stephen always did for me was in total. Total recall coon coon. Yeah yeah he was in cocoon but also what was the one with the robot wasn't he in the robots short-circuit. Yes oh my god yes like. You always did it for me. That one like totally. If you ever need to build a supercomputer all you have to do is pour your soda on a computer during a lightning storm. That's all you gotta do well. Let's do that now exactly. I missed my opportunity last week. Like damn it. Yeah just pour this Diet pepsi and some chromatic crumbs if.
"steve gutenberg" Discussed on Feast of Fun
"They make andrew mccarthy from saint elmo's fire and those molly ringwald movies and all that stuff into the president of the company so it's rags to riches. It's a lot of going up in the corporation and there's just a lot like us the use of the word gay they say the fruit of the sec- the fact and and you're just like the ferry. They use a lot you know and it's an allegory for a gay romantic drama. Yeah watching films like that like that you've watched like group is a kidman. You like. look back you're like. oh yeah. This was like very like harmful to gays and very like anti gay. It's like oh this faggot others that and you're like oh they just let this happen on like tv like this. What like the eighties nineties. Where it just. It just was like movies. Had a lot of that one common trope or recurring joke in the police academy movies. Is that the villains. Found themselves their to the blue oyster club. Were they were the where. It's such a gay bar that you have to dance with leatherman. Got to remember this now. Yes so the bad guys find the way inside the blue oyster and their police officers and the leatherman think they're you know dressed up as police officers right and like ymca like this tango music that and then they're starting to having to dance and people like accidental homosexuality was hilarious. I mean yeah. It's so funny. I actually think back to that. That's so ridiculous like the worst thing is like. Oh you're gonna perceived as being gay. It's like honey. That's the best thing that can happen to you. Honey i can tell you that. I probably messed up. Some opportunities. hot gay sex was a teenager because of those police academy movies. Shame on you steve. You're like oh. If i only would known anytime i can yell at steve. Good and burger. It's always a good day i think. Oh my god. I think back. I probably had a young like teenage crush. On steve greenberg. I watched a lot. Like i watch like. I always watch movies with my mom and she like watch like older movies. So i wasn't always watching kids stuff And she like allowed me. Watch like rated r. things at a certain age so like i remember watching stephen berry in like so many things and just remember he was always like dad figure and i was like he's i'd like him. Daddy and on mike outgrow. She's got that issue. Played a gay character in a in. Can't stop the music with caitlin jenner. I remember that the musical rate. It's a musical film of the making of the village. People has nothing to do with village people. But how village people in it and it stars. caitlyn jenner. Who went by the different name of the time. And and steve gutenberg playing music producer jock morally. Remember that i remember watching that As a young budding gay watching probably like in the middle of the night why. My parents were asleep. Like i'm you watch how the gave films and probably watching and being like this is really lost interest. Like let me turn back to a chorus falcons see some hot on dude on dude action Nikki going to have to look at steve..
Deontay Wilder vs. Tyson Fury in 2020 Rematch Fight
"And Tyson fury could have a potential rematch. Now, Deontay wilder is having a rematch with Lewis King Kong or TS here in September. Mike, you're the big boxing aficionado. I, I was stunned that Deontay wilder did what he did to Luis Ortiz. Well, I think is a very good boxer. So I like the fact that those are fighting again, but are you interested in wilder fury rematch, which I thought was a very close. I definitely am interested because I also gre- that it was a close fight. And I think it's, it's watchable you like it has you intrigued because it was. Closed. So let me ask you a question. What happened with Anthony Joshua? Who is he? He's fighting some no name guy like what happened there, man. I'm trying to see I believed that his opponent was hurt in, then this guy is a standing standing, and it's pretty much literally a standing guy any Joshua's, the Steve Gutenberg of boxing. It's like why did he become Tom Hanks? Like he could've right. He's right there. He could have been a huge movie star, and he did it who's ever managing Anthony, Joshua's careers during the horrible job, get them out there to be a huge star this while they're you spend two seconds or that dude's a super slow, he's trying to Anthony, Josh is making a lot of money, just in England, a lot of money in the police academy movies, but he's become a star even notice fight is a dud. But this is I fight in the US in New York. So he's trying. I'm with I'm with you, though. Deontay wilder is entertaining and must see television. So sign me up for whatever that dude does.