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"steve martin alec baldwin" Discussed on Unorthodox
"Folks, they've discontinued the obscenity warning for this show, but folks. This is John Mc Water and I should say that for this particular episode on which I'm a guest. You Might WanNa. Know that there is going to be a certain amount of what used to be called blue language. Three To. This is unorthodox. The Universe is leading Jewish podcast. I'm your host. Mark Oppenheimer joined as ever. By my co hosts, deputy editor, Stephanie Budnick Hello Good Day to you madam, and also to you and tablet editor at largely Liebowitz fishing for trout. Good Day to you sir this week. We bring you returning gentle the week John. mcwhirter is this history. Pete, is he? Is he on his way to Steve Martin Alec Baldwin Status, like this beauty question, because technically I think his his repeat was going on his podcast. Count for him. Don't broadcast. The same time, did we? It was one episode and we both aired it anyway that. Of. Course has driven so much traffic to our show John mcquarters podcast Lexicon Valley, one of my favorite podcasts. All about language, but he's back as a gentile as a linguist as a social commentator who is going to speak with us about everything from his research on curse words to his love of Jewish languages to his thoughts on contemporary black lives, matter moment, and always such a pleasure to have quarter here doing his gentile thing, we also share an interview for a while back, but still relevant with Shoshana Keats Gaskell who speaks about the importance of supporting women in Orthodox Jewish faces. Speaking of Orthodox spaces Leon Stephanie. You know where I was the past week at the Western. Sheva Godot La catskills. It's. Too good guesses both wrong I was in the catskills, and there was a wall, but it was the wall of my inlaws little cabin in Sullivan County around Lake Louise Marie in the town of Rock Hill where my family and I went on a week long scrabble and kayaking retreat and getting out of the city to my in laws place in the catskills is I mean it's great, because it's a nice little house and it's good to be away with my family the. The. Really exciting thing is although the billboards are mostly taken down usually when you drive up there, you see billboards for Kosher restaurants for some of the catskills resorts that still persist. I mean it's not far from Monticello and other kind of mainstays of old Jewish catskills life and there's something about going up there. Even though I didn't grow up with. Borscht Belt Judaism at all. There's something about the drive up there about going up on seventeen north and and just feeling. Feeling like like Sid Caesar is whispering to you like Phyllis diller. Is there like the tumblers around the pool? It's it's it feels like the promise that, even though it's not a land like unlike the real promised land, where there's archaeological evidence that we released in some of it at some time, this is promised Land We. We know some Jews were in, but we know I wasn't. One of them was born in one, thousand, nine, hundred, ninety, four, when that whole world. World was asked its peak and yet I went to the communal tennis courts that there little homeowners association helps keep up, and we bumped into just a couple of other families, and one of them was this Nice Jewish lady from Staten Island, who had grown up on Staten Island move to Brooklyn, but when she and her wife had their kids, they moved back to Staten Island to be near their mom to be near grandma near near Bubby and she was like. There was just something her mom had like a Big Star of David around her neck, and you just feel Judaism everywhere up there. You feel the cultural flavor and I really it makes me happy. Is that weird well? It's so funny that because when you first started talking about billboards and Monticello I assume you're going to talk about like the. Current enclave of Ultra Orthodox Jews casseus going up there. Yeah, yes, sort of flea up there for the weekends and like a lot of mini vans I can make all sorts of stereotypes about the drive up to Monticello but what you're actually talking about is like the former promised land of the spelt the catskills. You know there's a photographer Marissa Sheinfeld and she did these amazing photos of all of these former resorts which are basically like either most of them like grossing. You know the ones you really really have heard of are basically rubble. Ruins of a lot of them. And she went in and took these photographs that these like grand rooms with just like grass, growing in the middle, and it's there's something it's almost like when you see these old synagogues eastern Europe when you tore them, and you're like they're barely standing. It's sort of the same thing in a lot of ways, right? It's like this sort of this culture that has really. Really just been somebody radicalized. I, mean the idea of the bungalow colonies which was something that my father died. My mother-in-law did like that. That's just not something think that we we do anymore little known fact, if you place a note into cracks of one of these ruins, the ghost of Patrick, swayze comes back well. How in Fact Patrick? SWAYZE's character was based on my father-in-law who found a bride at? Not No. That's not true. No, but my father-in-law did you go up to singles weekends at cultures in the catskills? It's not where he met my mother in law I think he met her at a party back in the city, he lived on the lower east side. She lived in the Bronx by the way this time. When you say the city, it's correct because you meet New York City as a by. Leaving the city of New Which? which actually nobody would ever say? We don't call ourselves the city, but he was, he went to those weekends up there and people did, and it was a way to get out of the city that was cheaper than a lot of the Jersey shore, and a lot of long island was still inhospitable to Jews and you got out, and you've got some fresh air, and you drive up there, and it's still like the temperature drops ten degrees. There was a thunder storm every afternoon about four o'clock, and Sid could feel it rolling in. She would say. Say like about three fifty six. You'd say bringing the towels. It's going to her Jewish six fence yet. She remembers from her childhood, being able to tell at the country house when it was going to rain, and this house is on a piece of land that my father-in-law bought like in the late sixties or early seventies as just a piece of land before he could afford to put a house on it, and it was just land for a long time. I want a little piece of the catskills, and then sometime when my wife and her. Her sister were very young. He built a little cabin and there it is, it's just it's just a beautiful lake. Little piece of the American dream was such a great week I had such a nice time. I'm so happy now. Good for you so happy for you. How are you Stephanie was I'm sad. Call Reiner died just after we finished last week's episode. It's one of those things where it sucks that obviously Carl Reiner was so present like he was always on twitter. He was a great liberal voice on twitter like saying things that were so. So obvious in which so much funnier, because Carl Reiner was saying them so died last week at ninety eight, and since then I feel like I've been really doing like a retrospective. There's so much of his content as we say now that you can go back and watch and something that I watched. I watched his episode of Comedians in cars getting coffee with Jerry Seinfeld where he lets jerry come over for his famous dinners. He has with Mel. Brooks Mel Brooks over for dinner and the eat like an actual TV trays and they watch. No No. What I do. The You have never seen him work in person. What was seen. What? Why are you bothering? No. I will. Now I will I, and you're like this is the sweetest thing, and there's something so deeply human about these two wildly successful men who started from nothing who came up together who now are like quite old, and they just hang out together every night and he has this whole thing. If you're not in the obituary breakfast that actually became a documentary that he put together. We're basically you hear from a lot of older people, just people in their ninety S, and over one hundred about look what they do what their life is like and how they stay active and I. I just have been really doing it and you kind of wish that you.
"steve martin alec baldwin" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1
"Making town lake I go to college who who were you speaking yeah we we do this every day if there's one if there's one gas that we don't I don't worry about waking up early it's dawn we got this we were too right so what exit yeah yeah yeah on the ride back stand by a cast member yeah just in case something in case your phone trips up there were they'll be holding a big guy yeah China pad with yeah we'll get some dizzy stories election or anything or why dawn had beef jerky her boobs coming up in just a little bit Sunday was the Oscars at you guys know that you guys covered it though wonderful yesterday and but now the ratings are out and horrible really horrible after last year where everybody was cheering going all we figured it out no host is the answer because the ratings ticked up just a little bit well well that controversy with Kevin Hart there then yeah yeah that's the factor how are they going to do it this year there was nothing like that nope well listen to this it is a now official lead the all time lowest rated Oscar telecast watched by just twenty three million viewers why are you say just let's go back just a few years to twenty seventeen thirty two million people watched that is a huge tip it's down thirty almost thirty percent from last year last year did you get credit for people watching just fifteen minutes or is it the whole broadcaster if the average of the whole bladders yeah that's not good no it's not a good guys it's really that's horrible you know sometimes like a woman I'll go back a little bit twenty ten with Steve Martin Alec Baldwin had forty one point three million viewers while yeah just give you some support Allen in twenty fourteen just six years ago Allen at forty three point seven million viewers that's the most recently and that's the highest set macfarlane had forty point three in twenty thirteen and then it kind it dipped a little bit back and forth Allen really pulled the biggest right there that was the pizza Oscars order domino's just yeah now I Twitter it you know I just think it's not relevant anymore so many options now and there's a lot of things that we just didn't see I gotta tell ya hash tag this may be unpopular but I really think the we are in such a polarized air such you know where I'm going with this we are in such a polarized era much different then the eighties and nineties that there is a large section of the country that does not watch these could be telecast because they feel white the Hollywood folks talk down to them and they don't want their so they don't want their speeches laced with political anecdotes they don't they don't want to be lectured to tax me and eight and I'm serious so there is a large section of the country that feels like these folks are talking down to them so why should they watch and you mix of that act so you mix that potion ingredient with the fact that now look and I love that parasite well one but you mix that with the fact that a lot of these films chunks of the country haven't seen or do not feel invested and they're not accessible you have to pay extra to see them and you have the recipe for this you have the recipe for horribly rated telecast not all watching the same thing anymore no there there there I mean very few of the Oscar nominated movies for Best Picture was that big communal that look that's not there's an argument to again I'll say I love that the Oscars are nominating films outside of their usual per view of you know the Forrest Gump than the feel good movies and I love all those movies yeah I love that but I'm just saying for the broadcast key word broad it's a horrible recipe it's a horrible recipe well in general it's more accessible so many people can tell their story or show their creativity you can want something on you tube that will get you a deal with Hulu or Netflix and so in that way that's amazing but the consequences of it is that does are more choices and a lot of people choosing just not to pay for the streaming services or it's not they just can't what ends and I know you guys talked about this yesterday but I obviously I was in transit on my filet of fish so I did not hear let me ask both of you are awed Kenny I doubt you watched but Alexis what did you think of it over all the the the show hello overall it was a mess it needed a host there was hardly any direction there were really confusing performances there were some amazing performances to but yeah in general is really lackluster McLean commandant I think that they are give here is I I really Alexis like behind Alexis surprise me with her I don't know I don't know your answer I I can usually predict what you're gonna say I what did you think of it well I think that they relied on the presenters to do stupid long comedy bits that took away the moment from people there to turn the lights off on people and shut people down it's the biggest moment of their life but we choose to see James cordon and rebel rebel Wilson dresses cats or some dumb bit by Kristen Wiig I mean this is that's ridiculous and it's embarrassing you guys just gave the most distinct educated explanation on why I don't watch the Oscars it's all of the above for me chasing you really nailed it I don't like being preached to I and I I just I just don't care anymore Alexis you're so right there's so many other avenues for film now dead people in their twenty's rob not going to movies that much of the you know they're doing it on the on the computer and don it you brought up something that everybody brought up in my personal life yesterday it was just dumb and boring yeah yeah and the combination of all of your reasons is why is it's why I don't watch you know any and Jason I love movies and I respect no you do I respect the craft I mean you know you're saying somebody else's words in your playing make believe and all that but when you're good at it damn you're really good at it and I respect that you know one and that makes me sad because Kenny you're not alone I mean you're you're you're you're why you're why the ratings are what they are and it makes me sad because this used to be a fun night this used to be something people of all stripes and colors and demographics and political background zero four two yep and and it was it had gravitas and I gotta tell ya I I asked I I was curious what you guys thought of the show in general I completely agree I don't think it'll be a big surprise because I was I was saying it needed a host last year when it was popular to not have a host this was a rudderless it was ridiculous it was jumbled it was a mass not efficient it wasn't efficient because if the whole argument okay a single look one of the main arguments and I said this last year ago going on piggy backing off with with on set if one of the main arguments for getting rid of a host is cutting the fact in a wall why in the name of Yosemite Sam would you have Janelle Monet out there doing I don't know what that was hash tag I know on popular opinion Bradley loved it but you have that you have heard and I love her but you have that opening number and then you have Chris rock and and and Steve Martin doing a monologue then that in normal host to do that and I counted the two things I just mentioned over fourteen minutes wow really yeah since seven minutes somewhere on there I was watching it on the plane and I'm thinking to myself it was then what's the ark and then you had centers for bread centaurs you are full introducing all turned to stone never came out like I don't know why they invited me no coal ninety nine Jeez after it's anniversary seventeen he's like I don't know I just did it because they asked me like the air base from ninety nine you know I was ready for me to be more to come on think with it was ridiculous you need a host academy stop drinking around you need a host you need someone that can guide this rudderless mess of a broadcast go away guys no no no you don't think they need to fix it and then stars take Ricky Jr vases advice get up at which I let you may not think Ricky Jr vases humors your thing but you gotta agree with him he said it to one he sent it to the A. listers of on the globe get up here thank your mama thank your agent thank Jesus if you want to and then get off the stage I I just you know what I mean the golden globes are so much more efficient and my yeah just like they do a montage of all the clips and then the presenter would read the list of names do it at the same time that infuriated me yeah that was another time waster right are you kidding we got to go but just put a button on this as far as in look and I agreed with a lot of the stance is that these stars Harold but my goodness it's in with them and there's we'll find it so hypocritical when the stars are preaching to them about income equality when they flew right Jack yeah the pressure to do it the entire country could be yelling at the Oscars board right now and they won't listen but what they will listen to is the numbers and the numbers were awful so even though we know it's going to be different next year Hey house to help six forty three what I'm gonna take some Advil I'm done by the way I'm done I I won't scream again until seven o'clock what was her name dawn a Nancy was a night Nancy doesn't like when I get all Lewis black honor anyway when we come back why does don have granola and and fruit roll ups in her boobs are gonna find out which we return okay ladies what shows are we all watching what a repeat Chino bake off we all have different tastes different schedules different roles it's what makes the station so fun but one thing we all have in common is a little less fun we women are all at risk for heart disease heart disease is the number one killer of women but eighty percent of heart disease is preventable that's if we make time.
"steve martin alec baldwin" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1
"Six five one six four one one zero seven one that is the number to share your thoughts. Okay. As we talked about at the beginning of the show. There was no host that was a big deal. So we talk about how we felt that went and both of us actually were on board for it. And I remember actually saying because it was just like an hour ago that I wouldn't be surprised if you know, the ratings were maybe mediocre. Maybe a little bit better. Because frankly, it was just a great telecast nothing like the there weren't fireworks. But it certainly wasn't the train wreck that a lot of people suggested that it was going to be no host the only other example of an Oscars with no host. We had was a flaming train wreck, but sleeping, beauty and Roblo. We now have some actual numbers show to know. According to very preliminary numbers Sunday nights, host free two hundred minutes. ABC telecast. Was actually up a little how it looks like it's scored a twenty one point six rating in the metered market households. That's up fourteen percent from last year's eighteen point nine which did Mark an all-time low and ultimately translated into small study it's ever so again, mediocre audience, but it actually did a little bit better than last year. So you can't say that the Oscars made a bad decision by not having a host. It certainly didn't hurt as compared. Oh, and actually, I take that back. It looks like there's another update the Oscars delivered twenty five point five million total viewers up five percent from last year's fast. Nationals finals will be available late Monday afternoon. What that means is honestly again, it went up a little bit as compared to last year. Yeah. Yeah. And I'm not I'm really not surprised because again, I think there were also number of reasons why people would be tuning in because we had questions. Right. So some of the questions were what does a host free Oscars? Look like there were rumors that were percolating just before the Oscars on Sunday and Friday we and Thursday, we were hearing rumblings of possible rumors that will be Goldberg would be a surprise host. And I think people were kind of paying attention to that. And wondering if they did tune into the Oscars. What were they going to see would there be any surprises? Now, I would say there really weren't any big surprises. Which was and I was okay with that. Exactly if I were going to, you know, if we were gonna look back on hosts past is there because I have some numbers just in front of me, which might you might find interesting of the host that we've had in the past. Is there a particular host that you enjoyed watching the Oscars or thought probably did a very good job? I I remember thinking, you know, I didn't hate Ellen Degeneres hosting it because she was relatively amicable. She's lovely. She's kept it going her stunts weren't obnoxious. Well, it's interesting that you say that because in the last ten years or I should say the last ten Oscars with hosts she actually had the largest audience three million people and that was in two thousand fourteen. Yeah, also performing really really well the year before that was set McFarland and Steve Martin Alec Baldwin back in two thousand ten also did a really bang-up job in terms of readings the ratings have really. Bombed last year with Jimmy Kimmel. It went to twenty six million as compared to the forty seven that Ellen's audience drew six five one six four one one zero seven one your thoughts on the telecast last night. Paul is on the line. Let's talk to Paul Paul. How you doing? Listen. I I enjoyed it. I didn't think it was lacking. In too much. I do enjoy when there is a a good host. But. Recently there have been too many good ones it slowed pretty good. The one thing that annoyed me the most last night about with the best actor award went to. What? And the reason I say that is because he did not do it. Don't singing, right. You know? And I know that was the thing they should do back in the fifties. What's her name? Story. Yeah. She she didn't sing morning. Nixon was the wake of a lot of these stars back in the fifties and sixties, but it just seemed. You know, odd that he would get an award for lip synching. Yeah. Thank you, Paul for your call. And you know, it's interesting because I that was one of I haven't seen bohemian rhapsody. So I can't speak to Remmy Malik performance in that movie. But Hollywood loves those bio-pics they love seeing an actor inhabit a role of an actual person who existed who we know who we are familiar with. And I don't know I'm sort of on the fence about that. Because at that point, it does just feel like it's a really good impression. Right. I will say, you know, I did see the movie, and I think, and I was talking to dawn a little bit about this movie earlier today, there is something about that film that will stick with you. And I know that people have issues this is the thing like people just have feelings about the film like you watch it, and you have a feeling, and that's your gut. And that's you know, like, it's not a very. Scientific experience watching movies. And then having opinions like what should win an Oscar. And I will say having watched it there is something sticky about that film that I understand why a lot of the academy selected it. Now, I did not watch all the other films that were all the other films that had people nominated. So again, it's not an apples to apples comparison. But I will say for that film. There was something very sticky about his performance, even in a movie that overall there were some questions that I would have about it. But there was something about his performance in particular. That was very like I always judge when I'm thinking about a movie beyond the theater. That's when I know that there's something to it. Right. And you just I just had all these questions. So it doesn't surprise me. It certainly is not the the. It certainly was not the pick that a lot of people would have made right? Yeah. I think I think it did surprise people a lot when we come back on the Colleen and Bradley show. We gotta talk about lady Gaga and Bradley Cooper. Bradley trainer is really excited about what they did yesterday. And. And only you are actually kind of m and I do want to talk a little bit about his girlfriend special person arena. Shake who was sitting between them in the audience. And maybe what she might have thought about their performance lady Gaga and Bradley Cooper after this on mytalk one zero seven one recently overheard on Donna and Steve went I have a lot of plants holy plans. One two. Some grocery four or five. 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"steve martin alec baldwin" Discussed on Arrowhead Pride
"Glenn. Yeah. Hey. Go ahead, man, man. How about that game? I just want to say that this is kind of game that over the years being achieved saying for main almost thirty years, this kind of game that did chief just don't. Wink and pet Mahomes obviously seem on the second thirty seen Aleph any pants. It's just one of those things that. We've seen other quarterbacks other players. Other teachers don't make don't make these kind of place. They just don't win these games. So like we seen it. So it's kinda like almost horribly. And she's saying, how do you feel that we actually have team quarterback that is going to make plays win? He's kinda games. What happens is Steelers, fans and saints fans, Packers fans, and patriots fans get together. They tell you welcome to the club. Because now you're a player to steal a line from boiler room. Welcome to the club. Boys were players now because you are, does it come with smoking jackets? It does. It's actually the five timers club in yet or Night Live, Steve, Martin, Alec Baldwin. Do I get a laminated card feel to get in the you have to be able to get in the clubhouse, but now you're part of the club. You know the Browns are hoping that baker's gonna be there next guy to get them in the club because they've never had anybody in the club. You're thinking, boy, you know, is Russell. Wilson is in the club. Seahawks fans Leche in.
"steve martin alec baldwin" Discussed on You Made It Weird with Pete Holmes
"Yeah really usually i woke up in my throat quite sear q a good one though i did it when i saw yesterday i like it makes me a little uncomfortable pressure because i'm like people always like oh yeah that is what is out mushroom use seem like a guy you'd meet on shrooms and then it'd be like that no one was there you were talking to a like you seem like what my subconscious like conjure a mad hatter i like him like that i tried i drive i love it i love your voice it was one of the first things that i noticed yeah yeah only being in tech shane is the most requested and you're far and away you know how like steve martin alec baldwin i think used to be billy crystal most hosted you are by far and away the alec baldwin steve martin of this exactly about it i know yeah something like that it's fine i'm not sure i looked in this half really naturally i didn't even have anything to like plug this time ever did you did yeah i did once before i definitely used your celebrity status here but this time i just emailed you say kay pete i saw god on no i was just talking because jd plus this podcasts and we hit it off as people got to listen on and then you wanna hang out and but like we're both very everyone's very busy i feel like now i there's a slow time it's called november.