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The Most Anticipated New TV Shows of 2019, Part 1
On the January 17, 2019 episode of /Film Daily, /Film editor in chief Peter Sciretta is joined by /Film managing editor Jacob Hall, weekend editor Brad Oman, senior writer Ben Pearson, and writers Hoai-Tran Bui and Chris Evangelista to decide the most anticipated new tv shows of 2019. You can subscribe to /Film Daily on iTunes, Google Play, Overcast, Spotify and all the popular podcast apps (here is the RSS URL if you need it). Opening Banter: Brad gives his opinion on Jason Reitman’s Ghostbusters sequel. Our Feature Presentation:The /Film team meets in the virtual writer's room to try to come up with the top 25 most anticipated new television shows of 2019, from the already narrowed down list (please note that the notes are what we scribled down before this meeting and are a combination of official plot synopsis and info from imdb): The Mandalorian (Disney+, late 2019) first star wars live-action tv series producer Jon Favreau directors Dave Filoni, Deborah Chow (Better Call Saul), Rick Famuyiwa, Bryce Dallas Howard and Taika Waititi “The Mandalorian is set after the fall of the Empire and before the emergence of the First Order. The series follows the travails of a lone gunfighter in the outer reaches of the galaxy far from the authority of the New Republic.” Deadly Class (Syfy, January 16) Producers: Russo Brothers A coming-of-age story set against the backdrop of late 1980s counterculture, which follows a disillusioned teen recruited into a storied high school for assassins. The Umbrella Academy (Netflix, feb 15) Developed by Jeremy Slater Starring: Ellen Page, Tom Hopper, Robert Sheehan, Mary J. Blige “A disbanded group of superheroes reunite after their adoptive father, who trained them to save the world, dies.” Watchmen (HBO) Showrunner: Damon Lindelof Cast: Regina King, Yahya Abdul-Mateen II, Jeremy Irons, Tim Blake Nelson, Frances Fisher, Don Johnson “Television series based on the DC Comics series Watchmen, published 1986-1987.” ‘Russian Doll’ (Netflix, February 1st) created by Natasha Lyonne, Amy Poehler, and Leslye Headland Natasha Lyonne stars as "a young woman named Nadia on her journey as the guest of honor at a seemingly inescapable party one night in New York City. She dies repeatedly while at this party and she is just trying to figure out what the hell is going on." The Passage (Fox, January 14) Developed by Liz Heldens (Deception, Friday Night Lights) loosely based on the trilogy of novels spanning 1,000 years in the life of Amy Bellafonte, as she moves from being manipulated in a government conspiracy through to protecting humankind in a dystopian vampire future. ‘Living With Yourself’ (Netflix, 2019) created by Timothy Greenberg, executive producer of The Daily Show with Jon Stewart Comedy stars Paul Rudd as George Elliot, who is “burned out and facing an impasse in both his personal and professional life. When he undergoes a novel treatment to become a better person, he finds he’s been replaced by a new and improved George — revealing that his own worst enemy is himself. Told from multiple perspectives with intersecting storylines, the philosophical comedy asks: Do we really want to be better?" little miss sunshine directors are producers Devs (FX, 2019) Written/directed by Alex Garland Starring: Sonoya Mizuno, Nick Offerman, Jin Ha, Zach Grenier, Stephen McKinley Henderson, Cailee Spaeny, Alison Pill follows "a young computer engineer, Lily [who] investigates the secretive development division of her employer, a cutting-edge tech company based in San Francisco, which she believes is behind the disappearance of her boyfriend." Good Omens (Neil Gaiman, Amazon) six-part television serial based on the 1990 novel Good Omens: The Nice and Accurate Prophecies of Agnes Nutter, Witch by Terry Pratchett and Neil Gaiman. directed by Douglas Mackinnon and written by Gaiman, who will also serve as showrunner. stars David Tennant as the demon Crowley and Michael Sheen as the angel Aziraphale trying to prevent the Apocalypse. Other actors include Jon Hamm, Anna Maxwell Martin, Josie Lawrence, Adria Arjona, Michael McKean, Jack Whitehall, Miranda Richardson and Nick Offerman. What We Do in the Shadows (FX, Spring) Executive producers: Jemaine Clement Taika Waititi Starring: Kayvan Novak, Matt Berry, Natasia Demetriou, Harvey Guillen Set in New York City and follows "three vampires who have been roommates for hundreds and hundreds of years." I Am The Night’ (TNT, January 28th) six-episode limited television series Starring Chris Pine and India Eisley Directed by Patty Jenkins, Victoria Mahoney, Carl Franklin Fauna Hodel, a young girl who was given up by her birth mother, sets out to uncover the secrets of her past and ends up following a sinister trail that swirls closer to a gynecologist involved in the legendary Black Dahlia slaying. “Modern Love” (Amazon, 2019) Written and directed by Sing Street director John Carney Anne Hathaway, Tina Fey, John Slattery, Catherine Keener, Dev Patel, Shea Whigham, Andy Garcia, Olivia Cooke, John Gallagher, Jr., Sofia Boutella Modern Love will explore "love in its multitude of forms – including sexual, romantic, familial, platonic, and self love. “Mrs. Fletcher” (HBO, 2019) Tom Perrotta (leftovers) Kathryn Hahn stars A divorced woman jumpstarts her love life by adopting a sexy new persona and discovers that her world is full of unexpected and sometimes complicated erotic possibilities. “Now Apocalypse” (Starz, Mar. 10) Gregg Araki, Steven Soderbergh,A group of four friends living in L.A. embark on various exploits pursuing love, sex and fame. Directed by Gregg Araki. Starring...no one. (Avan Jogia, Kelli Berglund, Beau Mirchoff, Roxane Mesquida) “The Loudest Voice in the Room”(Showtime, 2019) Tom McCarthy, Jason Blum, starring Russell Crowe, Naomi Watts, Sienna Miller, Simon McBurney, Seth MacFarlane The Loudest Voice in the Room tells the story of Roger Ailes who "molded Fox News into a force that irrevocably changed the conversation about the highest levels of government, will help understand the events that led the rise of Donald Trump. The series focuses primarily on the past decade in which Ailes arguably became the Republican Party's de facto leader, while flashing back to defining events in Ailes’ life, including an initial meeting with Richard Nixon on the set of The Mike Douglas Show that gave birth to Ailes' political career and the sexual harassment accusations and settlements that brought his Fox News reign to an end. Told through multiple points of view, the limited series aims to shed light on the psychology that drives the political process from the top down." “Shrill” (Hulu, Mar. 15) Lorne MichaelsBased on Shrill: Notes from a Loud Woman by Lindy WestStarring Aidy Bryant Lolly Adefope Luka Jones Ian Owens John Cameron Mitchell Julia Sweeney Shrill follows "Annie, described as a fat young woman who wants to change her life — but not her body. Annie is trying to make it as a journalist while juggling bad boyfriends, sick parents and a perfectionist boss, while the world around her deems her not good enough because of her weight. She starts to realize that she’s as good as anyone else, and acts on it. “Snowpiercer” (TNT, 2019) Starring Daveed Diggs and Jennifer ConnellySet seven years after the world became a frozen wasteland, Snowpiercer follows the remnants of humanity who inhabit a gigantic, perpetually moving train that circles the globe. The show questions class warfare, social injustice, and the politics of survival “Turn Up Charlie” (Netflix, March 15) Starring Idris Elba, Piper Perabo and JJ Feild Turn Up Charlie centers on the titular Charlie (Idris Elba), a struggling DJ and eternal bachelor, who is given a final chance at success when he reluctantly becomes a ‘manny’ to his famous best friend’s problem-child daughter, Gabby (Frankie Hervey). “Black Monday” (Showtime, January 20) Starring Don Cheadle, Regina King, Andrew Rannells, produced by Happy Endings creator David Caspe Travel back to October 19, 1987—aka Black Monday, the worst stock market crash in the history of Wall Street. To this day, no one knows who caused it … until now. This is the story of how a group of outsiders took on the blue-blood, old-boys club of Wall Street and ended up crashing the world’s largest financial system, a Lamborghini limousine and the glass ceiling. “Fosse/Verdon” (FX, April) Starring Michelle Williams and Sam Rockwell, produced by Lin-Manuel Miranda Spanning five decades, Fosse/Verdonexplores the singular romantic and creative partnership between Bob Fosse (Sam Rockwell) and Gwen Verdon (Michelle Williams). He is a visionary filmmaker and one of the theater’s most influential choreographers and directors. She is the greatest Broadway dancer of all time. Only Bob can create the groundbreaking musicals that allow Gwen to showcase her greatness. Only Gwen can realize the unique vision in Bob’s head. Together, they will change the face of American entertainment – at a perilous cost. “Whiskey Cavalier” (ABC, February 24) Starring Scott Foley, Lauren Cohan, produced by Bill Lawrence (Scrubs), Jeff Ingold (Rush Hour), David Hemingson (Don’t Trust the B in Apt. 23), directed by Peter Atencio (Key & Peele) Following an emotional breakup, Will Chase (codename: "Whiskey Cavalier"), played by Scott Foley, is assigned to work with badass CIA operative Francesca "Frankie" Trowbridge (codename: "Fiery Tribune"), played by Lauren Cohan. Together, they lead an inter-agency team of flawed, funny and heroic spies who periodically save the world—and each other—while navigating the rocky roads of friendship, romance and office politics. “Tuca and Bertie” (Netflix, TBA) Starring Tiffany Haddish and Ali Wong, produced by Lisa Hanawalt, Raphael Bob-Waksberg, Noel Bright , and Steven A. Cohen, all of Bojack Horseman Two bird women -- a carefree toucan and an anxious songbird -- live in the same apartment building and share their lives in this animated comedy “Top of the Morning” (Apple, TBA) Produced by and starring Jennifer Aniston and Reese Witherspoon, also starring Steve Carell, Billy Crudup, Gugu Mbatha-Raw An inside look at the lives of the people who help America wake up in the morning, exploring the unique challenges faced by the women (and men) who carry out this daily televised ritual “The Dark Crystal: Age of Resistance” (Netflix TBA) Starring Taron Egerton, Anya Taylor-Joy and Nathalie Emmanuel in the lead roles, and supporting stars Mark Hamill, Mark Strong, Simon Pegg, Natalie Dormer, Gugu Mbatha-Raw, Eddie Izzard, Helena-Bonham Carter and more. Based on The Dark Crystal, Jim Henson’s groundbreaking 1982 feature film, The Dark Crystal: Age of Resistancetells a new epic story, set many years before the events of the movie, and realized using classic puppetry with cutting edge visual effects. The world of Thra is dying. The Crystal of Truth is at the heart of Thra, a source of untold power. But it is damaged, corrupted by the evil Skeksis, and a sickness spreads across the land. When three Gelfling uncover the horrific truth behind the power of the Skeksis, an adventure unfolds as the fires of rebellion are lit and an epic battle for the planet begins. Swamp Thing (DC Universe, May) Produced by James Wan, Mark Verheiden, Gary Dauberman, Michael Clear and Len Wiseman Directed by Len Wiseman Emerging from the swamp with a monstrous physique and strange new powers over plant life, the man who was once Alec Holland struggles to hold onto his humanity. When dark forces converge on the town of Marais, Swamp Thing must embrace what he has become in order to defend the town as well as the natural world at large. Stargirl (DC Universe, September) Starring Brec Bassinger and Joel McHale “Courtney Whitmore (aka Stargirl) is smart, athletic and above all else kind. This high school teenager’s seemingly perfect life hits a major speed bump when her mother gets married and her new family moves from Los Angeles, California, to Blue Valley, Nebraska. Struggling to adapt to a new school, make new friends and deal with a new step-family, Courtney discovers her step-father has a secret; he used to be the sidekick to a superhero. ‘Borrowing’ the long-lost hero’s cosmic staff, Courtney becomes the unlikely inspiration for an entirely new generation of superheroes.” Pennyworth (EPIX, 2019 tba) Produced by Bruno Heller and Danny Cannon Starring Jack Bannon “follows Bruce Wayne’s legendary butler, Alfred Pennyworth, a former British SAS soldier who forms a security company and goes to work with Thomas Wayne, Bruce’s billionaire father, in 1960’s London.” Wizards (Netflix TBA) DreamWorks Animated Created by Guillermo del Toro The heroes of Arcadia join forces in an apocalyptic war for the control of magic that will decide the fate of the entire galaxy. Creepshow (Shudder, TBA) Produced by Greg Nicotero No synopsis yet, but: ““Creepshowis one of the most beloved and iconic horror anthologies from two masters of the genre, George A. Romero and Stephen King,” Shudder general manager Craig Engler added. “We’re thrilled to continue their legacy with another master of horror, Greg Nicotero, as we bring a new CreepshowTV series exclusively to Shudder members.” The Righteous Gemstones (HBO, TBA) Starring Danny McBride/Jody Hill, John Goodman, Edi Patterson, Adam DeVine Produced by Jody Hill and David Gordon Green The Righteous Gemstonesfollows "the world famous Gemstone televangelist family, which has a long tradition of deviance, greed, and charitable work, all in the name of the Lord Jesus Christ." The Boys (Amazon, TBA) Dan Trachtenberg directed pilot, Eric Kripke and Rogen/Goldberg produced Starring Karl Urban, Elisabeth Shue, Erin Moriarty, Antony Starr, Dominique McElligott, Jessie T. Usher, Chace Crawford, Nathan Mitchell, Laz Alonso,Karen Fukuhara In a world where superheroes embrace the darker side of their massive celebrity and fame, THE BOYS centers on a group of vigilantes known informally as “The Boys,” who set out to take down corrupt superheroes with no more than their blue-collar grit and a willingness to fight dirty. THE BOYS is a fun and irreverent take on what happens when superheroes – who are as popular as celebrities, as influential as politicians and as revered as Gods – abuse their superpowers rather than use them for good. It’s the powerless against the super powerful as The Boys embark on a heroic quest to expose the truth about “The Seven,” and Vought – the multi-billion dollar conglomerate that manages these superheroes. THE BOYS is scheduled for a 2019 release. Carnival Row (Amazon TBA) Travis Beacham, starring Orlando Bloom Produced by Travis Beacham and Rene Echevarria Carnival Row will follow "mythical creatures who have fled their war-torn homeland and gathered in the city as tensions are simmering between citizens and the growing immigrant population. At the center of the drama is the investigation into a string of unsolved murders, which are eating away at whatever uneasy peace still exists.” “Too Old to Die Young” (Amazon, 2019) Written and produced by Nicolas Winding Refn and Ed Brubaker Directed by Refn starring Miles Teller, Billy Baldwin, Jena Malone, John Hawkes Too Old to Die Youngfollows "a grieving police officer who, along with the man who shot his partner, finds himself in an underworld filled with working-class hit men, Yakuza soldiers, cartel assassins sent from Mexico, Russian mafia captains and gangs of teen killers." Warrior (Cinemax, TBA) Created by Jonathan Tropper and Justin Lin Inspired by an idea from Bruce Lee, Warrioris “set at the times of the Tong Wars in the late 1800s in San Francisco” and “follows a martial arts prodigy originating in China who moves to San Francisco and ends up becoming a hatchet man for the most powerful tong in Chinatown.” “Y” (FX, 2019) Starring Diane Lane, Barry Keoghan, Imogen Poots, Lashana Lynch, Juliana Canfield and Marin Ireland. Based on the DC comic book series Y: The Last Man by Brian K Vaughn and Pia Guerrera, Yis set in “a post-apocalyptic world in which a cataclysmic event has decimated every male mammal save for one lone human. The new world order of women will explore gender, race, class and survival." “Les Miserables” (PBS, April 14) Starring Dominic West, David Oyelowo, Lily Collins, Olivia Colman, David Bradley. Six-part BBC TV adaptation of Victor Hugo's classic novel which “follows Jean Valjean as he evades capture by the unyielding Inspector Javert. Set against a backdrop of post-Napoleonic France as unrest beings to grip the city of Paris once more.” “Lovecraft Country” (HBO, 2019) Produced by Jordan Peele’s Monkeypaw Productions and exec produced by Misha Green, J. J. Abrams, and Ben Stephenson. Based on the novel of the same name by Matt Ruff, Lovecraft Country follows "Atticus Black as he joins up with his friend Letitia and his Uncle George to embark on a road trip across 1950s Jim Crow America in search of his missing father. This begins a struggle to survive and overcome both the racist terrors of white America and the terrifying monsters that could be ripped from a Lovecraft paperback." ‘Catch-22’ (Hulu, 2019) Starring Christopher Abbot, Kyle Chandler, George Clooney, Hugh Laurie, produced by Clooney. Catch-22 is described by Hulu as "the story of the incomparable, artful dodger, Yossarian, a US Air Force bombardier in World War II who is furious because thousands of people he has never met are trying to kill him. But his real problem is not the enemy, but rather his own army which keeps increasing the number of missions the men must fly to complete their service. Yet if Yossarian makes any attempt to avoid his military assignments, he’ll be in violation of Catch-22, a hilariously sinister bureaucratic rule which specifies that a concern for one’s own safety in the face of dangers which are real and immediate is the process of a rational mind; a man is considered insane if he willingly continues to fly dangerous combat missions, but a request to be removed from duty is evidence of sanity and therefore makes him ineligible to be relieved from duty." ‘Central Park Five’ (Netflix, 2019) Created byAva DuVernay Starring Michael K. Williams, Vera Farmiga & John Leguizamo. “Based on a true story that gripped the nation, the four-episode series will chronicle the notorious case of five teenagers of color who were convicted of a rape they did not commit.” Spans from spring of 1989, when each were first questioned about the incident, to 2014 when they were exonerated and a settlement was reached with the city of New York. Living With Yourself (Netflix, 2019) Created by Timothy Greenberg Starring Paul Rudd who also executive produces Living With Yourself begins when "George Elliot is burned out and facing an impasse in both his personal and professional life. When he undergoes a novel treatment to become a better person, he finds he’s been replaced by a new and improved George — revealing that his own worst enemy is himself. Told from multiple perspectives with intersecting storylines, the philosophical comedy asks: Do we really want to be better?" Four Weddings And A Funeral (Hulu, 2019) Created by Mindy Kaling Starring Jessica Williams Inspired by the 1994 British romantic comedy film, Four Weddings and a Funeral centers on Jess (Williams), the young communications director for a New York senatorial campaign, who receives a wedding invitation from her college schoolmate now living in London. She leaves her professional and personal life behind, in favor of traveling to England and reconnecting with old friends and ends up in the midst of their personal crises. Relationships are forged and broken, political scandals exposed, London social life lampooned, love affairs ignited and doused, and of course there are four weddings… and a funeral. Untitled Picard Spin-off (CBS All Access) Created by Alex Kurtzman Starring Patrick Stewart The continuing adventures of Captain Jean-Luc Picard, whose life was radically altered due to the destruction of the Romulan home world in the 2009 Star Trek reboot movie. The Politician (Netflix) Created by Ryan Murphy Starring Ben Platt, Jessica Lange, Gwenyth Paltrow, Zoey Deutch, Lucy Boynton Hour-long comedy with social commentary – the series follows the political aspirations of a wealthy Santa Barbara resident, with each season focusing on a different political race the lead is in. The Twilight Zone (CBS All Access) Created by Jordan Peele Hosted & Narrated by Peele, Starring Adam Scott, Kumail Nanjiani, John Cho, Allison Tolman, Jacob Tremblay, Jessica Williams The Act (Hulu, Mar. 20) Created by Michelle Dean and Nick Antosca Starring Patricia Arquette, Joey King, Chloë Sevigny, AnnaSophia Robb True crime anthology series. First season follows "Gypsy Blanchard, a girl trying to escape the toxic relationship she has with her overprotective mother. Her quest for independence opens a Pandora’s box of secrets, one that ultimately leads to murder." City on a Hill (Showtime, 2019) Created by Chuck MacLean, executive produced by Ben Affleck and Matt Damon Starring Kevin Bacon, Aldis Hodge Set in the early 1990s Boston, rife with violent criminals emboldened by local law enforcement agencies in which corruption and racism was the norm. In this fictional account, assistant district attorney Decourcy Ward (Hodge) arrives from Brooklyn and forms an unlikely alliance with a corrupt yet venerated FBI veteran, Jackie Rohr (Bacon). Together, they take on a family of armored car robbers from Charlestown in a case that grows to involve, and ultimately subvert, the entire criminal justice system of Boston. Hanna (Amazon, March 2019) Created by David Farr (who co-wrote the movie) Starring Esme Creed-Miles, Joel Kinnaman, Mireille Enos Based on the 2011 movie starring Saoirse Ronan. Equal parts high-concept thriller and coming-of-age drama, Hannafollows the journey of an extraordinary young girl, Hanna (Creed-Miles), as she evades the relentless pursuit of an off-book CIA agent and tries to unearth the truth behind who she is. Doom Patrol (DC Universe, Feb 15) Created by Jeremy Carver Starring Brendan Fraser, Alan Tudyk, Timothy Dalton, Diane Guerrero, April Bowlby Set after the events of Titans, the Doom Patrol – consisting of Robotman, Negative Man, Elasti-Woman, and Crazy Jane, and led by Dr. Niles Caulder/The Chief – receives a mission from Cyborg that they cannot ignore and will change their lives. All the other stuff you need to know: You can find more about all the stories we mentioned on today’s show at slashfilm.com, and linked inside the show notes. /Film Daily is published every weekday, bringing you the most exciting news from the world of movies and television as well as deeper dives into the great features from slashfilm.com. 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But what is sure everybody I'm past Corey Coleman over here. We got mar Thomas minister Martin Tom's. Hey, we got this show today. Oh, we of course, we we're gonna talk about football some capacity because it is the Super Bowl right now. That's gonna be started. But about. Hours. Yeah. Couple hours trying to get you out of here. Excuse me. Was that about thirty do some kind of pre shows those his o'clock was of free show. Yeah. Yeah. So we, oh why you up Sammy could you let our guest, please. Why you can't? I guess is actually on the phone with send somebody for you. Being a little bit. Yeah. Go ahead and tell you who it is. So you guys just get it all with. I'm not to surprise you close you close. Yeah. He's in here on his jet and get Beckley Super Bowl. If you tell us how you cheats, gives us all his secrets. I think a ninth grade already explained it did. Yeah. You wanna wanna science fair would whole display on how Tom Brady cheats? Did. Tom Brady can afford even have to drink. You know, man, you know, what I'm going to go here. So y'all if you wanna call people in here and whatnot we'll bring somebody into explain something that's been out there for a while. And you know, they're open with you. And I thought it might be good. You guys to hear it. Tami McGrew come in Tommy McGrew McGrew come in time. He's coming into day. He's going to be talking about the whole situation. The everybody knows about now again because some people just hearing that you're gonna get mad. You're gonna get up. So you can start running with with ideas and rumors and everything, but you know, we thought it might be best for him to come in in just about his situation himself and there he is right there. Tom what's going on man bringing over there? Yeah. No, not yet. What we'll let you up a little bit. Oh, little big. You haven't been in here before right? Yeah. One time. Now, let's it a lot of people you need to hold. You comments? Eat the whole you rumors and you need to control you thoughts right now. Because a lot of people already talking about they just explained the situation on it coming in and have him off of us. Listen, I don't give a fuck. What you think? I thought the guy could should come in and tell you his situation he's been gone for a long time. People still hit you up if I'm correct I get hit up with the occasional. What's Tommy up to house Tommy doing as you know, we're open, and it was a very unfortunate situation that happened with Tommy. But I I would dare say that you don't know everything, and I don't even think, I know everything. No. I don't know. I thought in time, you know. You know, he called me up. We reconnected not too long ago. And I thought we talked about it. I say if you wanna come in until everybody's situation than bombings. Please do that. Please do that. So like, I say this bothers you then excuse me, if it bothers you don't. I'm not saying don't watch. Don't listen. I'll just employees to keep you comments to yourself. Because I got the first time that's happened. With Tom got into bad with someone. I got into a bad because a person realize how they were being trying to act virtuous trying to say, you know, because we mentioned the situation with me at the time. We'll also is in the at least the news a news and everybody knew. So we say, hey, listen, we know we don't know what happened with it. I haven't talked to him of a while. And since it happened. I think out of respect for everybody message us. I'm just gonna not just not gonna bother with it. I'm just going. You know, we you guys we think you deserve an explanation of and you know, we're not gonna sit here and allow room to run rampant because we didn't say anything. But one Astle who thought he was fucking white Knight decided to get online while you just talked about because of you because you want to help your business like how can help them to business talking about something like that as a house that helping at all, you know, you'd have to say anything at all. We'll man, you know, I was nice about it. I was I don't think, you know. Of course, not gonna please everybody. I'm sorry that you know, we didn't have thought we we should understand that we had to say something. Well, Bill you hear it saying thing, and I think you being disrespectful to the person that the Bickham just like, you know, what any in digital thing when I'm leaving. So fuck me enough like unless the only time I challenge somebody I say, you know, I never do this pride never do it again. But I said, you think that you being a person who is being respectful, you think that you being a person being virtuous. But what you really being as an asshole right now because you just wanna come in and say something just to say something, I really I'm offended now told that person out threaten them physically. I said if. Nice back to you to say, the no I say, I would never do stain about again. But I say if I ever fucking catch you on public as if I ever find out who you are. And see I don't do this with trolls. I don't know if you told and right now, thank you. But if I ever find out who you are ever, see you and public. I would Jack you'll fucking up man, I will find I would cross the room come over them pull you by your fucking collar and tell you to your face how much I'm going to hurt you said do not ever let me cross paths which you anywhere in bug. Me. Man is because of do has been disrespectful to everybody including to the the victim in the situation. That's just not stand up for that. And you not said yet, it's best you leave and don't ever come back. I will fucking hurts. You never from that person. Again, they took me seriously as a as it don't don't don't crawl back in don't do this sit years later like four or five years later we around and be like, oh you knew. Oh, you I'm beg man. I'm sorry. I was like I want you fucking apology. I say, I don't need it, man. I'm your money. Don't need your apologize. Either respect anything else. All right now, the time which one are you guys wasn't. It was Tommy. Yeah. Yeah. Man. So so, yeah, you know, anyway, that's it. Also today, we're gonna talk about. The Super Bowl. But we're gonna talk about the commercials. We always do this. Sure. But I think it's actually this this year more than ever at the people y'all get crazy with the Super Bowl. Anyway, man. Now, y'all even getting crazy with the commercials. People. Just I talked about this before we started people mad about the commercials now over over nothing, man. I looked I looked at all this that they were talking about. 'cause I got a Facebook post. I saw Facebook post man, you believe this shit. Like, oh my God. What is this? It must be an offensive some some been offensive. Oh my God. Let me look at this. And it was nothing nothing. Okay. You get nothing and I'm gonna so we'll do some history of commercials and on top of that their commercials. People appraising that that ain't nearly trying to do what this commercial was trying to do in the creative side. So we'll go through that. We'll go through that. And also there goes my protein shake. Mark got me. So scared Martin Martin field. It's sealed marple. Let me see which one is chocolate. You know, what I'm on lease giving myself? They're losing to being held. I'm gonna go strawberry banana. Thank you. All right. I have chocolate with masks, the tastes better. But I'm gonna go NAMA go with this. Felix do me a favor and shut that door to. I'm not trying to close your door squeaks. I'm going to drink this real quick because we're doing a show early today. I didn't have a chance to actually I'd have a chance to to eat anything. And I have to have something. Inside me now phrasing like Jews. Mark Martin Montale and marple Felix and somehow fields when even deeper more pedophilia and said this Felix was they Marla dove. And Felix says he was going to get me one of these shakes and he's like now. Don't use it. When you go get it. And I feel like okay. What the fuck you didn't talking about? And why is it? Just don't get a regular shake in Jin rotating. Much different. But when Martin to yelled at him, and that's like Felix, you know, once it was not you somebody pulled a unit wasn't you? And I just think my said man, thank you for leaving outta here like a normal person. And then all of a sudden courses they came up. Everybody start talking about Jews in the room. And and then. Woods. The Carlos says something about Jesus and in fields ran back in room and said you mostly sugar in Airbus like how the fuck would. You know that like how much is have you like like famous you notice? That's today. The biology. What about I know Bala just talking to taste test? Of a class called Gisela g. Like the coke and Pepsi test. They blonde which one of these which wanna be the Jisr. I think this is the the sake. Now, that's g. Let me try too much sugar. Suite two s. As it mad. You actually have to do it. And then made me worried about like was sitting out you put Dan, and he knows what it tastes like Mumbai. Thank he's helped me about taking the dig it here. Tweeter. How much? Think about it like dragging our thing about them. And I gotta have it. You don't have to drink. It got to protein. Sweet sweet somehow think you're not in it for the protein. Nine more appetizing. So sweet. Canada. Maybe taking the chocolate. I'll talk about he got the Jews. Take I told told Martin I say we should actually went shit taste like not want that because I win either way Jesus ship. Actually, it's no good, man. Just don't look at it sugar. No, you know, feels thank you though minutes. There's a lifesaver because I am. I am starving right now. Man, I I was weak building blocks of life, man. Will little spurts? We call that appetite now sit. God I have to I have to drink this because I'm going to be weakened. It ain't helping them. We're talking about we're talking about sperm the whole time. So let me. They don't help when you say either. Carlo? Tom don't taste swallowed Hammadi Cuban suck. What is always been that that floating rumor about some celebrity whose stomach pumped with a quote, a sperm in it. And it rotates as to who celebrity like growing up always heard it was Rod Stewart. Oh heard Rod Stewart. And then I got mixed up at one time. I said, oh, no, Ozzy Osborne. They like, nah, he drink bat jeers, and I was like. No, no bedhead. The bag dick, man. Heard Ozzy Osborne at one time. And then I'm out of no, Maryland Marilyn Manson was one. He's the Marilyn Manson suckers on. Yeah. Had ribs removed. Do it. Yeah. So he stuck his own. Yeah. Yes. So now it gets passed on you. Join the club. Drink a bondage is on air. And it was Felix. Fast. Michael fast bender. Really? Oh, okay. I hadn't heard that one. But I'm not I'm not shocked. Okay. That would that would be the rumor. That though. His nurse. But you know, what you're starting at pure from the source. He's got just gonna farm, man. Dressed. You know, what this does this is a protein shake that guy me? I know. Okay. Laura, we've been through the jokes and everything. But no these actually. Energize, man. I guess it does work. Give me a little book not being child childish damn boy enough, sit it ain't Jesus food and Jesus. Let me see. Actually, man, I am fucking. This is here. Chocolate winter. Drink liquid diarrhea right here. Man, Nestle used to put out these these chocolate shakes, and I used to I'm used to get those all the time. And they think they stop seldom because they didn't even try to hide out and healthy. They were of course, they made the first started with regular vanilla and chocolate then as at fuck it. Let's go all the way start make s'mores and care mail birthday cake. Like, yeah, man. It's like a fuck. Clearly, nobody's here for the health. No, no, no. It was it was number sugar. Man. It was it was just it was liquid sugar that you would drink, and they didn't give it and I used to get all the term. Man. It's not replacing meal. But I feel I feel hit Ajaz now. Good. Plus again that perfect grip to are known. All right now, come on young cat. Damn what is fourteen years old and his shit. Just one show. It. I just kind of like God I'm in middle school now. He's. If dictates like this. I see so popular. All right. Well, what else? Are we supposed to do? I sit there drinking milk. Wait got Dan. Let me enjoy my meal. Thank you. Appreciate what the. Go get Chinese food. Join a succulent Chinese. Great look into the glass. Zulu pan too. All right. All right here. We. Here we go. What else are we talking about some other things? We'll try to push this as far as we can we might have to stop abruptly because we have to get out of here on Martin has to go somewhere. And I know you guys wanna go watch Super Bowls. I try to keep you let me just say this, and I'll just get through real quick. Let me welcome to chat up in here. We're gonna speed through this today. Welcome chad. How you doing today? Glad to see so patient watching me sit up here and get my nourishment. And I appreciate it. Thank you so much. And like I said we're gonna try to get to the show quickness. Let me go ahead and welcome the other folks out there, and that would be use it at home right now. You know, you had a full nine ascending foreign Cain. Drinking do drugs and all kinds of nasty shit was a little more single hurt. Right. Come on in hand with us, and you can do so first of all by emailing us. 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That's the case better obscene show Cancun. As Carson some details. Details that we can accommodate. Right. As I said, we're gonna talk about commercials. But before we do that. Oh, let me see here. Let me see here. Oh, what do we got? Here. We get. Tried to get out commercially Martin, we're not we will not fast enough mine. I'm afraid that we didn't have a million dollars. I I had five million. I was on five spots man for DT merch dot com. I was gonna put all these people out there on notice about all these wonderful things that we have here in the store now. And is what I want to get to. In addition to all the things that we have which the shirts the stoop the backpacks phone covers the gift certificates. Let me refresh this 'cause I don't see it just yet. But I heard say that oh come through TJ is making a appearance in the store. Right now. There is. Yeah. The conflict TJ shirt is finally here. And if you buy any item. That is let me see here we have a Valentine's Day sale going on. So I think up until Valentine's Day by any item. You get the second one at fourteen percent off. So for those of you who will waiting to get their shirt. And now you got a little bit of a bonus. You can get. Fourteen percent off on any other items that we have in here. And you might as well go and take advantage of that. Because once that has gone for Valentine's Day. Well, it is gone for good until the next sale. But we'll let you know that is, but you don't know when that's coming up. So take advantage of this right now in conflict TJ shirt lot of people asking for that, you know, that became a very popular thing. One of our shows, and we're talking about conflict TJ uses kung FU skills to pick up girls at bars. You were there you saw it. He is two different stores going on. I don't know who to believe I didn't see take the girl home. But I did see him. Putting he's putting the moves on man. That's the important part. Yeah. Man. I hear you know, kung FU. Well, I'd apple hurt. He did a flying kicking it at as. I was there out man. Look, I don't know what happened after you say that you saw some shit. I didn't see that part. Nothing happened. Okay. Of it. You know, what I know Carlos lies. But you know, the story sell shirts. I'm going with them. Yeah. Ballade conflict TJ, man. Beat up homeless people, and they go pick up chicks in bars. You know, you might not become TJ. But I swear to God if a homeless person sees shirt, they'll they'll they'll turn on the way and run you wear that shirt into a bar girls with just lose it, man. They would just be all over. You can't be come through TJ. We can wear them on your shirt. Just as good just as good man can't be conflict TJ the model wearing and we have another shirt that's popping up. Probably after this month. We have we have a couple of Jews from the same artists that did the country TJ shirt did one of mea the Turkish punisher. So yeah, it is actually really cool, man. I don't have it up. I don't wanna waste time looking for it. Let me see if I can find it very quickly. I'll I'll show you guys. But it came out. Really nice. We gotta change it around because. You know, we have to be careful about intellectual property. Oh, right in the store. So. Let me see here. Yeah. I don't I don't have it, man. So yeah, we'll have to we'll have to wait until until next time. And I'll show you when we we get it. Oh a minute. Let me try this. Yes. Not there. So I'll get it in shorter. You probably saw it on the Monday show. So we'll try to try to get that out there. How partly because with you guys. Well, tell you cartoon Caleb just release something I think has potential for shirt. Are you guys talking about that cartoon Caleb? What what is it? It's all of us. It's like a model sheet of all of us that looks like for Saturday morning cartoon, really. Yeah. Nice. Nice everybody on there. I'll take a look at it. And see if we can actually do something with that. I gotta be careful. Danielle got got mad 'cause we put on a shirt. It was the shirt that was his name. Did it was will? We'll do shirt. Yeah. And he put he put her own. Yeah. It was it was cosmic Danielle Ryan. Oh, so that's our property right here. But she got she would not even there. I won't house. Like, look, I'll give you twenty percent shut the fuck up. Okay. Calebs doesn't have anybody. Who's not currently on? But but that's the thing when you revolves quickly. Who knows who knows? Yeah. You'd better get it while you can get sued. If you're here, we use some integration of you here on the show. That's legally that is ours. You know, right now, you're not hearing, we take your likeness, and we don't have your permission. We don't have your permission to use it. Then that's where we get into it. And she was actually cool about that. She she took like five minutes to calm down. I was sitting in a tree treehouse in Canada. That's gonna get new weird. Oh, you did. Oh, thank you. Sam. It's funny. Because if you said she was in the tree house in Canada. It'd be like, yeah. Of course, she was of course. Yeah. Yeah. You don't ask questions as Danya tepid say Daniels doing very well. She is. Yeah, I'm happy to hear that man. Very happy to hear that. Let me see people the children the toes to see a Sammy just sent it to me. So let me go in and take a look at it. See what we got here. I'm excited, man. I love new artwork. I mean, a lot of people don't know practice. Make this little more known because we got two things that people don't know about. And I am working to make them a little more front. One is the the Fanar page a lot of people bought submitting art, and they don't know they can put in a fan page, but I need to make them more visible. Also, we have a category free shows. And we update those Osho's. And when once they're done, we go ahead put them in the free section for people to see not every show, but we put a few shows in there. So go in there and check that out man. I think that those are going to have they're going to start to have what you call it on them. They're gonna start to have ads on packed another have ads on them. But yeah, you should go. Check that out. And we'll make that more known for you. Let me see. Oh, this is this is nice, man. Yeah. Like this. Thank you for bringing this to my tension. Martin's a-. Okay. This is really cool, man. Who's that guy in the middle though? Muscles. Oh, so I'm looking at the shirt right now, if you're listening to the site, you'll find it their go to some of the groups on Facebook, but we have Christian on this is there's Billy and there's men and Mojo on input picks in there. I'm assuming there's me right there. Martin you are looking dapper as usual, they're semi. And I'm thinking that's Chris plaza, atlassian Nares, and there's a the who's that no shirt on. Non. As DJ miles. These looking like even in a draw a minute mini Dwayne. This is nice though. I like this man, you know, what it's funny because a lot of people don't even realize they slow upset still about people who've left. They'll realize like we actually have a new crew. I know it's the same. It's the same number that we have. Yes. Go to say that. Thank you. Thank you, man. Appreciate that. Maybe we will try to make something out of that put on shirt or something like that. I loved it loved it. Thank you, Khartum Caleb love and net. All right. Oh, and I'm just going to if I can't get this been you give me a quote, I am going to find a new venue for Toronto. I've been trying and trying and they say they got us down for Blee may twenty fifth live show in Toronto. But I I it's great that you've got us booked. Can I get a price? Please. When you get here. We'll just work it out. Phil. 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That's D N A H A R S T R A B E L at bell south that net. Please get ahold of her today. People have in signing up. All right. Let's go ahead and get on with the show. So we can get to some things that we gotta talk about we had box office. We gotta get into in addition to the top we have today. And of course, we have I guess Mr. Tom grew over here. And he's gonna be coming up after we talk about these commercials and talk about his situation, and what's been going on to answer any questions that people have out there that he can answer. So in Tommy thank you for coming in, man. Appreciate that. Now having actually enjoyed talking to you the last couple of times we got together. All right. So let's go ahead and get into these commercials right now. And you know. This one thing it's all losing Dan mind over this game right here. I mean, it's crazy. How insane the Super Bowl has gotten with people out there? And we've been time sports in general manual look out from Texas. So I know how it is. I don't care what anybody say everybody. Talk about Texas. How religious they are yellow. Jeez. The fuck off in a minute. If you took you off. All right. What are usually connected to things. But if the game is happening, Saint Thomas church. Oh, yes. Jesus has the setback. Yeah. Only thing that could be better than Jesus football here. Jesus was actually quarterback in football team. The winning team the with the winning team and people are talking about out here. Let's well, Anna team Jesus the owners the winning team. All right. Let them lose their lead. Let Jesus you. I'll turn on him. And Embiid a minute. Exactly, man Jesus. He lost the game. Dammit. Yeah. Man throw because you got those hooked up hand. Just go right through. I dig Mata I'll give a fuck what you love catch. This y'all would tell you get mad at me. But let let's be honest with each other y'all were to Jesus fuck off in a minute. If he took yo football away. Oh, yeah. We'll go to jail if they said that the only way to get to heaven is to give up football. I mean, and this and we just talking about peewee football. I ain't even talking about the NFL, but the NFL is while men the thing is getting crazy now than the game itself is the commercials. People used to be cool with commercials even people who don't like football. I'm just gonna watch for the commercials. Yeah. Yeah. You hit for the free beers. And I know that's that's one thing about the Super Bowl it brings everybody together because even go to parties, so they can drink up. You'll beer Joe food when people ask me if I was going to go to Super Bowl party. I was like oh care about the game. But I will go to eat somebody's chick. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. And that's another thing people, go all out. Now, I remember just used to be a bag of chips. Six the bag expected a a bag of chips, you might get lucky and get an onion, right? Some sauce. But yeah, man, but you know, now, the commercials are getting people are getting crazy these commercials. I was telling Martin say at this three times where I'm gonna say it again for the segment right here on Facebook, Facebook and somebody had posted up there get you believe this shit. This term commercial. I'm like, oh my God. What did this commercial? Do. I thought it was because look commercials. They have a history of being offensive in the Super Bowl. I believe there's somebody paid a like a two million dollars because I think it's like isn't a million dollars a minute. Yeah. Yeah. So I think I think like a million dollars second now. Not quite got there yet give it time. Somebody paid a cold million dollars to put their racism out there on television. But everybody to see the we talked about this before years ago. Somebody animated some raises as stereotypical pandas. No, it don't. You could tell the let me see it was it was for sales genie. The shit is insane man. They paid a million by the way, he spent so much money on the time that they couldn't pay for the animation. The commercial not only was it racist. But in look shitty. Yes. And they put it out there for the world to see like it was like they were proud of it. Shitty. Shitty. Races animation. We have no customers sales going out of. Going back to. Winning. Ringling to get one hundred fifty that failed dot com. Independ- with furniture and be a racist. It's like there was no painful, it was painful in every way, man. But like, I said, the animation alone is bad. Right. Right. But the voices. I mean, they went I mean Martin. That's when you go out your way that shows not an accident. You toes panda talk. Like this. Got shit to do with this product at all. No, they didn't. They could've done anything Martin. Yeah. That's that's the fire festival of commercials because there's people going, well, we could do spend half a year. But we get this done a couple of months of hard. Can it be paid for the millions of people to see this proud of it? That is not an accident. That is a room for the racist. People by the high and laughing. Oh, that's a great idea. Green light. Let's go with. Yes. Announce to the world that you have no Asian people on your staff at all. And all but you but had a big racism before he put this out there. I mean, there was no need for it. You could have done anything. Anything man is called sales genie not racist as fucking stereotypical animals, man. It's leanings. Bamboo furniture shock. You could have done anything. God, dan. I would love to talk to the voice artists on. I'm I'm glad I wanna chicken shack. Now compared to to that. What we have this this this? This is not that bad. But jar saw this one commercial and people lost their minds over man loss, the Mondo over this like it was like it was offensive itself. And do you know, which one it is? I have no idea stellar twat decide beer, the beer, they decided that they're going to bring in two characters that have a particular drank that they like, you know, they're known in their properties for drinking and because still twice so good. They decide to make a change and these two characters just happened to meet each other at the same bar. Senior again. Cosmopolitan? Tonight. I'll have a still Artois. Thank you. Then they had the, but I will tell you. It's a commercial, but they got crazy with the whole restaurant. Stop like, can I get you? Yourself y'all have a nigger. Third. I mean a beer. While night, why Russian here give me a still hard toast. Excuse me. Choice changing can do a little good. Okay. I have you on line getting upset about the dude doing a beer commercial. But I don't know that was kind of cute and artistically done. He's barely in it. Thank you. And the big lebowski. Why is that sacred? That's what people are mad about y'all man. Like men, the do shouldn't be hanging out with Kerry from six in the city is like. Yup. The fuck. A real. What I saw it. I thought like I washed commercial. That's like I get it. Because I thought they just do them in there just randomly when I saw it. I get it. They had their signature dress. Right. And they change it. And it's a lot of people like me. Can you believe that the sequel to the to the big lebowski is a fucking still to a beer commercial? It's a commitment and a sequel to the movie it's a commercial act like like like like this ruin the movie for you. And if it did that's your fault. It is your phone. You know, what I give you a silver lining? Look Jeff bridges. He looks the same as the dude he's willing to the sweater and everything back on that means you might actually get a sequel where before it was off the table. It's not treating this like this is an official movie like the big lebowski and to. Like they did like like they did a sex in the city crossover. As if it was some kind of crossover where Batman and spider, man, we're fighting the same crooks, and you said, no, no, no because he's in New York, and he's in Gotham city and that should not cross over bullshit. I keep up on the whole thing. And now people look at this like no money is ruined now because you're in the same universe now. The fuck up. This. That's got mad about that. The problem is that the big la- is such a coveted movie amongst fans that Yagi mad at any any sense of little disrespect at all any deviation away from the coolness of the big lebowski, y'all get mad about it's look the big lebowski is still in your fucking hipster shelf right there. And it's it's the same movie was when you saw last week because just because he sat down and had a beer with Kerry, any commercial sex change that movie at all. I mean, it's not it's not official. You know? They're technically they're not in the same universe. They're not gonna you're not going to see a movie where he's going to be drinking beer with her throughout the whole film. I would watch that actually. Nah. Nah. I wouldn't. Draw the line there. But it's it's the commercial is not it is it's not hurting anything. And I have to say that. I do think there's a little bit cleverness going on. There is there's a little bit critter she walks in. And they start to play that music. So you realize okay. She's not Sarah. Jessica parker. She's Carrie Bradshaw. Yeah. And yeah, actually, even before he got there. I was like what you could cut this off right here. That was a good commercial. Yeah. Yeah. You know? It's it's it's fine. It's fine. Y'all your problems that you just love the big lebowski so much that it makes you mad. And you know, what you deserve. He would never be in the same restaurant where if this shit ruin if if if the do man having is having a beer with with just Sarah, Jessica Parker and that ruins your day. Your day deserves it'd be fucking hope week. Mad about this. And the reason why bring this up is because there are other commercials out there that are actually being praised. Don't even do the amount of creativity. That this commercial does. And that's what I'm saying these commercials, man. You know, there used to be a time when the commercials were cool because I'm not saying used to be I'm sure that the, you know, we we're gonna see some really cool commercials this year, but there's been some that that have been put out there early where they're not they're not even doing the level of the level of immagination that Stella Artois commercial did. And I'm beginning to see a pattern with some of these commercials man, where are are a lazy trend with these commercials that are happening now where I'm just kind of like, all right? You know what? They're all starting to kind of seeing the same. There's all these things in here. They're actually make them start to like to blend together with each other. That's what happens you, I would look at this. And I say, you know, what this actually does take a theme that I think is being overused. But they did it kinda create it creatively. The up and they took characters in did a mash up with that. What we're starting to see? Now, we're starting to see celebrities just being put in commercials together. Just because they're celebrities from different backgrounds, and that's the joke. The mash up, you know, just kind of like, oh funny. See in this actor with this rapper where you wouldn't normally see them together. Sure you understand. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. You know, what it is first of all they're just get celebrities and just using them for their faces are their celebrity, whatever they're doing much with it. And then it's just a visual gag to have them on the same room nothing else. Yeah. People talking about this Pepsi commercial outright now with Steve Carell and Cardi B and an even ran on old joke, man. What's his name? Okay. Man. That's all. Yeah. Yeah. Little john. Yeah. Okay. That how long? It's been ten years or somebody. Oh. But they, but they got but they they got it here. I'll take a Cup Pepsi. Okay. Pepsi, pepsi. Okay. Patsy. Okay. Oh, our Puppy's. Okay. Is it shooting star? Okay. It's the laughter of small child. Okay. Are you with me seem confused? Let's role playing now. Okay. I'm Steve I'm an actor. Just order something eleven ice cold blast with the best thing you ever tasted. Okay. Okay. I think it might be just saying it wrong. You gotta say it with pride. Okay. Okay. Oh, yeah. Kind of Pepsi's more than okay? It's. They word hard for the. They jump through fiery loops to get it. Okay. Boy. Somebody wasn't tell you joke in that before you get to the punchline you sit up there for five minutes. Let me just get to shit. I know what you're going with this. What have we learned today? You wanna have island? She wants passing. There you go. Little john. Oh. I've got to come up with my own catchphrase. No, okay. Time to get to that. That's that's yeah. You're right. It's one of those jokes where the surface so long. There is no punchline that's funny enough to to be a payoff, but more than the dude is drinking beer. Caring for such a city. Fuck that man. Yeah. But then again, Kim celebrities are just sit in a room and say, oh catchphrase old catchphrases y'all cool with that. That's what you praise I'm not even hating on the commercial. But I do think it's a little lazy when you just use elaborates to just get in the same room in each other. I have no problem with the commercial thing. I honestly might might take away from that commercial is man Pepsi tries way too hard because they they know they're not as good. Yeah. Because you have to ask that the very fact that you have to ask that question is Pepsi. Okay. Nobody ever says is coq okay, it's always is Pepsi. Okay. Not. It's not okay. And even then it's like the best responses. Yeah. Okay. I guess. It's never ever like. Oh. Well, of course. Yes. Yes. I yeah. Sure. But, you know, at least they they tried to throw in jokes, at least they're wrote something you get the mash up where it's just all right? We do in the same room together. And that's it. There's no there's no joke. They just standing there like this. When for drills. It was just the backstreet boys. Chance the rapper that was it. You can play the commercial. That's all you give Mark a teaser for. No. They all plan the Super Bowl. A non the maroon five is playing. That's right. Travis. Travis Scott is he? Yeah. Spongebob. Dan way. Looking at Pantalone. I'm thinking that. There's other lame should they? Okay. So that commercial where you have different celebrities stand next to each other always wonder how the shoot for that goes. Is it awkward? Well, I'm sure they have fun. I'm sure it was cool. You know? But that that's it man. That's the backstreet boys with chance the rapper boy ban. What a rapper that is the gist of it. That's begin to me. That's kinda lazy. The funny thing is if you don't know who those people are just like I watched I mean force target audience. They know Doritos. Backstreet boys is still big and even kind of a retro away with their with their demographic and chance the rapper's huge. So yeah, I only know that backstreet boys because that do the back with the overly dyed hair and go t. Whenever I seen him. I go like actually, boys. Yeah. Almost like why chance to repre hanging out with these dads. Daughter to the prom. Madam. I get it. I plan on the style in plano somebody. That's that's the big with their demographic. But again, they didn't do anything with it. All stand next to each other. And if they don't. They don't do like a mash up. They got the ones that get celebrities. And they don't know what to do with them. I said, let's just do we shit. They got they got they made an actual music video for expensive because they had to chains in two. It's kind of a mash up at Adam Scott is that his name from parks and recreation. Yes, they got him as a record record executive hanging out with two chains. It starts out like this is going to be something kind of cool in. I didn't watch the whole thing. So maybe have some Scott can be pretty funny. Yeah. No again, it is kinda funny. I'm gonna end in an explosion. I don't know. But it's not okay. Okay. That's for expensive fide where you can expense your receipts. And like I said, I don't have again commercials. I have a huge problem with is just that again was starting to see this trend where I think the ball and on fallen back and creativity. And just saying we got a celebrity listers. Either have them stand next to each other on us. Do something weird. That sounds great. That's great. Great job guys. As a head of finance for the record label. I gotta say I'm excited about this music video that you guys are gonna make that's gonna be dope. You know? Even more dough is saving your receipts from purchases you make Forbes said music video. And then you organize them into a nice tight spreadsheet. Expensive. Expense. California king go. Go chang. I've been party tunes. Every. First class thing. Issue. So long forget what they sell it. This is not actually about expensive. Yeah. You know? I got I got wrapped up in video. Didn't realize that they were actually they had an app until halfway through. But yeah, man, you know, I think that's one of the things that commercials. Do sometimes get probably it probably worked for them are going to work. Well, for them not gonna say that it's I'm not gonna make a judgment. I just know that sometimes commercial can get so long so weird that you lose what the project. I get lost. Yeah. Yeah. I mean, look at it like you came halfway through you like still same thing. Yeah. This still the same thing this this still going? Yeah. Like if you like you came in the middle of this you'd be like to gone well. Stop by. Got the whole house. Quick three on the screen door scanned complete will say do think it's a really cool how they first of all to change has series. He does. G q dot com. It's called the most expensive shit in the world. And it's actually really funny, and I think they make references to that. So if you know to change little Easter eggs in here like he talked about a go play. The hamburger are. Yeah. Like, you can a hamburger may with gold that you can actually buy like you have to order like a week ahead of time. So they prepared just right? But the right amount of gold in it. So it's kind of cool. They did that. And I think that. I do think that it's kinda cool that they have is interactive that they're putting those things up there afterwards. The you collect your shit and then sell it gold. Shouldn't bricks little. Get my money back. Make a grill. But you know, I don't think it's the worst one that's up there. But just kind of random that we're using to change. But looking at it, I think I even have a second thoughts about I'm thinking, it's probably on the commercials that we saw I don't think it's the most creative like just goes on the weird on the weird end up things. But not as bad on are not as lazy some others that we've seen. And least like I said that one doing something, you know, there is a man of creativity that that's there. The ones that really kind of think dropped the ball man of the Wadden. I shouldn't say drop the ball. They probably do what they're supposed to do. But I think the ones are the lasers other ones where they bring in a celebrity just to talk. They don't do. They don't write nothing. They just say you just here just say this good. They got Venus Williams for bumble. Dating app, and they brought her in come in and talk about because dating app that is. As for females really? Okay. And they brought her in talk about how you know. Bumble is you know, the next step in. I guess Email empowerment. We're living in a world society where people are starting to see differently. And starting to understand that you know, we are just as strong and just as smart and just as savvy and just as business like any other male in this world, and we always have been and now it's time to really show been tell our story the way it should be. She'd married. Yeah. So she can't even use the product rights, and I was like a man trying to sell tampon. You're not supposed to do it. And if you if you are doing your, some shady. We have power to cheat on us. Spouses too. You know what I'm saying? I've seen some of those commercials celebrity comes in and just say, hey by this, and that's it. I'm just like all right. You know, any other time that'd be kinda cool for Super Bowl commercial. I think he was probably pressure to do something. Or maybe at the time. We in advance and just figured like. All right. We'll get something going. Yeah. Yeah. But for me, I don't know. How what did you think about this? It's like any other commercial? It doesn't seem like when you put on the Super Bowl. And that's what I'm saying. For Super Bowl commercial. I'm used to. Getting celebrities even about how they use them. You the show me you got a budget. But here's the thing though. If this one is going to cost them to get Venus's, endorsement, Venus or Serena. It's gonna cost for that. Endorsement the rest of this is standard price you pay. Anything can cost you much. So if the commercial that comes before mine is one big splashy when it catches everybody's attention. People who still watch when my commercial comes on. And I spent near as much as they did. But I got just many eyeballs. No look from. A business point of view, you can get away with indigenous in sale would I spend that much money grading. I'm just telling you from I'm being selfish. I'm telling you. I don't wanna see that shit. I want to be entertained. About me. I'm doing this. Entertain me. I owned bump. So you might as well just entertainment today entertained you. You laughed you had fun. You have no idea what they were selling product. You know, that is true me talking about. I can't use. I know somebody cares about it. I'm starting to kind of get tired of didn't think I would say coy old man list. Something else. I'm sick. Bird. Dogs dogs are here. You say this dogs in commercials man, because they put that's again, that's kind of easy thing dog there make people animals and children animals and children. I mean. Because they got a couple of dog commercials in and do they really do anything with the dogs? Now, they know the cute dog lovers watching these. So they just haven't just sit there look pretty. Roads Masterman walk down the full your coned him. And man when people actually thought that was Bob Dylan. You got. Sees must the why say the phone. She leaves. Many times must the cannonballs fly. Rever band. From our friend is blowing in. Series blowing in the wind. Budweiser commercial where they're endorsing wind power clean energy. So at the beginning at the beginning. Because I know what the hell. Beers dogs. Going back to all modes of transportation was a hairdryer. Was flying. The dog. I hang on a lot. At least the dog is cute, man. You know, you you put you still dogs with their ears flying in the wind like that. And whatever it's effective, but and in the commercial production in you know, when all around, I know. I know when of the horses as everything, you know, it's at least like drone. At least they did something and they had a positive message with it. I guess but. But what with the dog and the dog and God damn thing commercial? Somebody to blow a fan in his face. Even like this. They actually love. Really? You put a does not. It's the noise. Oh, it is. You know, at least they. Sodje dog looking cute win at? Yeah. But some some commercials they get a dog, and you don't them do anything just sit. There had this commercial had nothing to do with dogs avocados. Got the dogs ain't got nothing to do ain't got nothing to do with Advocaat does. But they know dogs are cute and bringing dogs even cute. And when you make when you like saying to you. And that's what they got you here with these dogs and avocado commercial man that got him sitting there looking cute got him saying cute. Supposed to town like this avocados. Gotta hit those high notes do it again. Only better this time schnauzer. Fucking hell. Ain't got a fucking thing to do. I'd rather day gone the racist. Radha got you always right. And someone you know what I'm saying? I want to do that Taco Bell shit. Man. Talk about your cuddles. I I guarantee they started with that. That's what started and somebody came in later said man that's going to be racist. You can't do that about this city's culture. Well. Listen to me Taco Bell commercials. This is not the time. Just get some other dogs. That's all y'all should have went with it. There. Torture. Hi. Let us. More. Mrs some you. Tell me have a fucking codes. Nothing except like baba coddle because we got cute as. Torture. These will kill the dogs. Woman plan. Yeah. Man. I I don't get it. But that's that's laser to me man and y'all talking about and do you see what I'm saying? Like, I don't have anything against these commercials per se. I think that they could have done some more with it but eight they'd probably gonna work for what they're for for for what the purpose is. But my whole thing is that you see compared to like. This actually made effort is still talk commercial. I mean, look not neither looking back at some of the commercials. That's not so bad. Don't think it's bad at all. And then there's some commercials out there where they're good. They almost is some they shouldn't have done. There's a Pringles commercial out there that is almost a slight missed up. I'm stacking, cheddar Hala opinion and sour cream and onion spicy Nacho stack. I'm gonna Pringles flavor stack combinations. Are there? Three hundred eighteen thousand. Sully of tasting any hands to stack with no mouth to taste with no soul to field with. The mercy of cruel and uncaring funky town. I like that commercial people out there that don't like it because some people still hurt about that that factory robot that committed suicide. Oh martin. This was a commercial where. I think it was how the factors are getting more streamline. So these these robots getting put out a work and one parole by Roman street out of job asking people for money being trampled on by society. And just become so depressed that it. Does this? The GM hundred thousand mile warranty. It's got everyone GM of sess with quality Belykh, man. Suicide even if it's a dream is some you wanna put in a super. My dad for real people. Like, I get what you're trying to do. But one hundred plane Flint Michigan. So when you have like people like man press machines, you might. Got feelings too. People actually say a little worked up over that that that suicide commercial. I'm not gonna. Connect the Pringles commercial of that. I'm not I'm not either. But some people are. The robot killed himself. Should they? You know, I'm not all that crazy about Pringles. But the idea of stack them and making combinations. Got me a treat. Yeah. I wanna do that. Yes. They worked on you. When you leave your car? Be at home. Crumley. I make a real notch. Title. Trine poke Pringles like Pokemon. Catch them all. Delicious. You get home you'd be like. The ones that did think work. I like that one. I'm gonna flip on the two on the two chains was the more. I see it. I liked that one too. But if you wanna talk about using. Celebrities and a good way. There's a bubbly commercial at their whatnot. I don't even know what bubbly like mineral water or something. But. Because bubbly sounds like another celebrity. They got that person to come in and use them pretty creatively. Michael. Don't do that. Fucking. Michael boob lay. Man. He's in changing all the cans to his name. All right. You know, what you brought us liberty, and you able to take advantage of their face and their celebrity name that you did something you actually do something imaginative with it actually kinda liked that. The other commercial like listen, I didn't think I would because. Coke. They get on these fake ass. Miserably trying to save the world. Coke coke has been trying to bring peace, and harmony and unity and together. Trying to radically racism for years everything. Diabetes. These people either have died from obesity. Diabetes ain't trying to bring harmony trying to sell you sugar water. That's all they trying to do whatever it takes to bring people together. Okay. Yeah. And I guess that's coke. Nothing cocaine brings people get them on. The cocoa bean. Exactly, man. I've been part of that a great time with people. And they didn't have one coke over there, man. But. Coke. Did. They did a commercial where this the same thing minute bringing cheesy message in togetherness, and you know, unity, but I think as far as the most creative commercial that I saw out there, so far I think that they got it because they they they have a very cool animation. Stop that go with it. Coke coke. It's the same for everyone. You can get one. If he wanted no matter where you're from. He drinks. Coke drinks coke. Even though they disagreed. And what the bottom? Aren't the same? As me. Stars streaky. Chefs drinking. Farmers on one when it's hot. There's a coke here. If you're thirsty. That's cool. That you're not. We all have different hearts and hands heads holding various few. His. And together. Beautiful. Coca-cola's a corporation. But I mean say what you will about the message whether Biden or not, but I will tell you it seems a lot more sincere it being that they that they have that much money in in that much power, and they didn't bother bringing a celebrity to try to push this message. They didn't bother you know, they they didn't put a dog in anything that everybody else is doing they actually hired animation company where unique style to come in and make probably one of the most unique look and commercials that you see in a long time in a long time especially doing during the Super Bowl. I think that this is a, you know, I think it's probably the most heartfelt commercial in the. Sure like you can argue whether they mean it or not, but definite- feels more sincere. Cynical route that we see the other commercial. It's something they've been doing for a long time as you showed and. I mean, unless you just read it at hardhearted ego. Like, all right. This does kind of feel good. Yeah. Even at just in concept, the idea people coming together. Yeah. I remember these show these coaches come up with the the. One about the world of coke commercials for Christmas. I mean, it did make everything a little bit more. Yeah. Yeah. So I I really just love this commercial man with us for the Super Bowl night. I mean, I watch I can watch as a short film. Sure. And I think that's one of the things that that that that commercials when they do something. Well, you can look at it as a short film. I don't have acute up. Do you? Remember, the whole thing with the the little kid who's dressed up as Darth Vader. Yeah. Any stint as dad starts the car in a kid thinks he actually has jet up. How you know? That's a that's a short film in itself. Yeah. You I think some of the best commercials do that not just talking about the product having a famous face tell you about it with a lame ass joke. You know, if you can if you can make something that feels like a little league narrative narrative of its own whether it be visually, are you actually telling narrative, then I think that's great. And I love this commercial, man. I I saw this, and I just wash it over and over again, and it could be impartial it because I just love animation. But a narrative a narrative is always a good way to hook people. To watching the commercial rather than just festival where. Yeah. Yeah. Get that. Vengeance trailer out there. Two million dollars commercial. That's nice and all but I want to see the event. Yeah. That's cool. Yeah. Yeah. Cool, peace and harmony that looks nice bring fucking. United against. Yeah. Let's. Get on with this this review, real quick. And it will bring I'm gonna do. Just in case you have to leave. Okay, bring Tommy on. But. Director here. Do you? Remember, the director's name. Dan gilroy? Yeah. Dan, Gilroy made a big splash there. He is right there. Dan, Gilroy damn. To eat. Easy rang. A Q tip three. I bad. I'm just started about it. All the Walking Dead. Get that make it that of sandwiches. Mega coke in a small. The small. All. Yeah. But he made a you ready. But he made a big splash with his first film. He directed which is night. Crawler nightcrawlers feature a very creepy. Jake, Jalen hall as a guy who's going out there doing anything for the story. You know, he's one of those guys you can call them sort of ambulance chaser. But instead of being a lawyer, he's a guy that wants to get all the gory. Details in footage of an accident are shooting some tragedy that happened. You know, the more blood the better late night. News stories. Yeah. These late night news stories, man. And I'll tell you the reason why this movie really sales is because one of the biggest things that people say just jig creepiest fucking. You know, the movie those is as big as is that never blamed that never blink his demeanor. The ways in front of people man, and you know, something. Dan, Gilroy to noted that he's like, all right? I see that people like very uncomfortable characters in the movie did so well that he was able. He's able to track big talent after day man, got Dinsdale as an effort with glasses. Apple. People like damn. So that's what happened when you call them the waves. He pulled his caps out. So does real teeth. You know, and you know, what we're talking about Roman. Jay, Israel, Roman J his escort. You remind you to get that ask while up in there. It was fascinating character. Tony was not under arrest. He was refused. Use the bathroom that's violation of civil rights. White knit dress. Try though, I would like to address it. Now, just saying Israel. If guards in this courtroom would not allow you to use the bathroom. You would by definition be detained whole content to continue to pursue. They're asking you to be in position, you tell me wait in my experience. Okay, finding contempt. You know? You know? All judges. I like that. I like that black women the beg to pursue damn Denzel. He used to be fine. What happened? But why live here, but he was fascinating character, man. Fascinating character in the film too bad. He just went in a better movie. Yeah. Yeah. Man was I mean seriously. It's the best is one of the best performances that you will never see because you just not bother to see this this mediocre, Phil. It's one of those movies that has all the elements of a great film and just manages to not be one. It really does man and this and put them and this this this was like a departure from the norm from from any of the characters usually play. It's a great character. Man. It's a great character to sad that it was a Santa. It was. A. A bad movie, man. I'm just saying I didn't like this too much. One of movies, where a love the character the form eight the film. I didn't quite hate it. But it just never crossed over into. What it could be is left. You kind of like, okay. I can't say I hated it either. It was fascinating some parts. Just frustrating is what it's going to fancy restaurant. No, you're gonna pay a lot of money, but the food looks good and eat it. There's not a lot of seasoning. Putting it. That's exactly what it is. So. Dan, Gillis damn good. Look. OJ rene. Let me get back to Jake and Rene Russo. And you know, and it's funny. He also said, okay. So I get it y'all like y'all like Jake Jillian hall, and I'm working with him y'all creepy and crazy that which I won't okay? I'm about to lose my goddamn mind won't crazy for this. Got this thing velvet buzzsaw so crazed about killer. Paintings. Paint that kills art. That destroys human beings that get within their percentet`y. It's actually kind of a fascinating thing because it's sort of. Looks like a dramatic way to treat a go store because that's what it is. It's not to sound like the worst. Go store that you have heard or sounds like one that you saw back in the seventies on episode of night gallery. Yeah, man. Yeah. The goat. Like it goes like this like, oh man, dis whatever his name. Yeah. Somebody put nuts in. Two weeks ain't too that credit. They avoided, but you won't be come on minute. It would have been so bad allows every pain do writing nuts. Dammit. Stop doing this shit. But all man dis. He was he's like the, Freddie Krueger paintings, man. You know, he was he lifted abuse life, and he and he died, man. He does so bitter that his paintings became became a supernatural killers. Like, anybody his I guess his pain is anguish wins. When the paintings after his death to the point that not only did he had like try to burn them and get rid of them and just like an har- movie. He died before before he could destroy. So somebody comes in. They see the paintings. Ooh. Paint is rich hall. Yeah. There's a young woman. She's. Up and coming art curator she wants to actually make her name out there. So she takes these paintings representing this dead, man. Of course, the sole vengeful spirit, what demons or whatever still needs paintings. So anybody who gets closer these paintings? They die, and they're so evil that even the paintings just kinda like shit. You ain't gonna get us. We gonna start killing people who you know, sculptures, and other paintings started crying. The all want to get into the act like cool. Oh, cool. People come up here. Like, the evil paintings came in all the other like manual take this ship right off your yoke. Yeah. You don't have to be controlled by these people. We can we can revolt. We can take over. Gather. You're with me brothers. You ain't got take ship snob. Our people here. And so that's what happens art stars to kill people that gets. People get near these paintings are anywhere near other piece of art that amid the killer paintings themselves. Sounds crazy. Yeah. Sounds confusing. Yes. Yes. It is. You bet to even get more confused as we say this trailing by the way, we're reviewing this with everybody. Like, man, you crazy trailers y'all got to talk about this. And you know, something. I was intrigued by so let's go ahead and take a look at the trailer fulfill velvet bus, which has a great trail. If you ask me, and we'll be back with our review. Critique is so limiting emotionally draining. Find something to explain what's happening, which one's better one. Different noted. I'm quite sure. Snow? Ethan sober hasn't been good for him within the bloom of alcoholism ear actually could drink. Originality? I can't save you. These. Guy up sanitize, and you just took my family or friends, I can make you rich. Really? People ready to kill artists. Central records. We have everyone. The artist used to plug to create the reddish blocks. Ever notice anything about this look at it long enough. Moves. As I researched circa things there's a disgust for the world of money. Spent decades in a second hospital for the criminally insane. There is some sort of power. Spirit. Connected to his art. Only got damn strange is going. Nickless baseball. Fucking evil. Slaughter. Are you aware that these are destroyed? I can save you. People up. She was. Trending needs to a major. Now. I got I gotta tell you. Great cast. They pulled together for this. Yeah. In moving get credit man movie. Is it delivers on the weirdness that promises things? Get very very strange strange the point that I don't know what the fuck is happening. I mean, I can kind of put together, but I don't really care. It's not that hard to put together, but the whole I don't really care. It starts out showing the art world. And these these shallow. Superficial people who are shallow and superficial people to point of being two dimensional bordering on parody. Matter of fact, I started out I thought this is a dark comedy 'cause nobody's like this. But everyone is characters you'd think it'd be some of them, and you'd have some you could identify with or care for not this is this is it makes that to me that the big Harvey mistake where everybody it kills. You. Don't give a shit about. So this is nothing see that. That's that's it for me, man. I really don't care about these people. First of all, I'm not I'm not crazy about the art world. Anyway. So I might be a little biased but looking at this. You know, you put into this world, these pretentious assholes man, and you in it's not it's not it's not not only do you want. Do you not care about them? 'cause that's what I'm saying. Like, you could put this together. I really don't care. It was by the end of it. Deep was a message, and I can care less by the end. Because I don't care about these people, but not care about them. But I want them to die. Of course. I hate these people mad. They don't dive fast enough and that. Yes breaks in between the death. And but you spend so much time in this with them in their own world. It's like it's like it's like actually going to work with people. You hate. I mean, like, look what does the movie about killer paintings, man? Let's get to that shit. Let's get it to a man. But no look at these people make deals. I got washed them be shifted other people go to parties, and and again know put their nose up there and talk about nothing backstab each other backstab each other and talk about the body back. I hate these people, and I want them to die, and they just got to spend all this time with them before we even get to that. And I'm telling you in half them, don't even get there at all. And when they when they do at the end of the movie exactly it's when I talk about nyc Alary, this this basic premise, which it is killer paintings. This is something that's a one hour episode of night gallery, or it's a movie from the seventies or late sixties with with Vincent Price and writing McDowell. And it comes in at just under an hour to half probably eighty minutes long. But this is. Rushed out to two hours. And what you get to the second or third killing. They should start ramping up having him off because we got it. And yet they meander, but they don't it's not like they're going into something deeper or showing some some real subtext. What you can learn something. It's just. And tell you when you actually get to the point where you you start to see. People in the trailer. They make it look kinda crazy. Yeah. That's the problem. Mine is right something like this. You start out with something crazy killer paintings hunted paintings of evil artist. Which really isn't FREDDY Krueger shit, you better. Like you. Eat the bed like keep it going for mental be fares. So you'll have time to think about keep your shit short. Because when we finally see what's going on. When you start taking your time. You get to think about it. Not only does it sound stupid. But it looks. In the context of a trailer is like, oh, should that's bad. As when you when you actually seen in the movie. It looks dumb hit that they had that one scene where they had the this is what I I realize like this don't really work as well. As I thought it would when they had that painting with the monkeys. Yeah. That's the first one. And I say look dumb. The grease monkey agrees grease paint Rila upon painting. Can start looking at him and tried to pull him in laugh, so hard. Right, right. Because when the movie 'cause by the could because by this point, you hate that dude. Get to see how stupid these paintings. They look and somebody some to argue at doing like man come on. And and plus the characters seem like parodies of themselves. Anyway, not in a good way. I'm not I'm not if you don't take the property seriously. You're not gonna even take as more outlandish premise series. In fact, it's going it's going to look just like it sounds man kinda craze in dome, and it seems like like parody and yet it never goes enough to actually establish itself as a comedy. No, no, something as far as characters go. It's not like I hate everybody in here. I'm looking at the one girl that I did like in here who have five or six bosses by the time. It was done yet. Yes. Natalia dire. Been you know, she's alright on another puts property, which is strange thing. Right. She's the she's the only character that you kinda like even wanna root for, but I guess he's not should enough to have a storyline. She's cheese Harley in there. You hardly spend any time with her, and you and you really want to because she's the one that gets treated the worst in the movie, and you actually want us to come up and get get something on these people. Right. And is even moments where they kind of tease that. But they don't they don't follow through. At times, it feels like a Dr Martens, right? It feels like a dark comedy because so cartoonish in some parts, but. That would it be. I don't know. I don't think it's a terrible enough now to be a dark comedy. That's the problem with it seems to be doing a satire on the art world, and the people involved in it, and the people, you know, those type of people that we see in here, but it's really a tearful enough making any points to that tire in when I did laugh at some certain things I supposed to be laughing. I was looking on them laughing at this because they meant that. And like, I said the concept of it. I don't think it's really I don't I don't think it's like playing loose with his rules thing like certain pieces of art. That are not by this this evil artist. Certain other pieces of art start to come to life yet and kill people and there's really no explanation for now. Some of it looks cool. There's a scene in here. But like the kills I will tell you that kills are actually. Good. There was one creepy part here. They show they show that robot. They call it a Hobo robo in Hobo in seen here with Jake Jila house getting chased by that thing down a dark hallway. And there's a. That part was actually. Parts intense. I mean, they introduce early in the movie, and it looks creepy even a normal atmosphere. So this thing chasing J Diller hall down a hallway, I was terrifying. In love the whole thing of thought that was clever clever moment of very clever moment when you had. Wasn't name. Twenty twenty Colette when Toni Collette her death scene. So you're right here. But that that part I thought was good not only was kind of a bloody kill that was in the movie. But I love that in this more the movie should've asked me a love that everybody thought she was a piece of art about it a day people take picture, and they look came out. It was fake blood and tracked it all over the floor. Yeah. You know, I thought moments like that were brilliant. And I thought it should've they should've been more that it'd be like, okay. I did this. But it's weird because it seems to be an indictment on the art world. And yet it's not like most people generally respect that world. Anyway. So is like, yeah. Okay. You just tell everybody what they already think to begin with. And and Furthermore, I mean. Yeah. Exactly, exactly. And Furthermore that people who need to be in this. John malkovich. I looked at this whole thing. And I say the fuck was even doing we did was talk about his shitty art and his alcohol alcoholism when he goes away by the time because of forgot you even get a drink. And never came back. They don't do anything. But talk about his business his art, which has no bearing on the movie at all. And did you notice that the first kill the police came to investigate? And then yet all these people within the same circle getting bumped off and never come back. No, nothing. They don't. They don't. Maybe. Police in J Jilin Jenner hall. Great actor, I think the character half attentional. But there was no reason for this character to be gay other than to play on some gay stereotypes ways by. By he says like of the time with a woman having sex with her saying that that she confuses him because I got that he was gay. And this is the one woman that actually turned him turned him out because he said, you confuse me. No because they spoke about how they had passed. Yeah. And again, they spoke about how you're the one maybe two different thing. Because like you're the one that confuses me, you're the only one that I have a pass with probably the female because that asks so good. I don't know. I think it's still makes about sexual. You know, what I got the feeling that he considered himself gay and why he might be sexual in nature. He, you know, he didn't he thought himself as gay in Phil for that woman. Now, you could be labeled as by by sexuality. But I think that's the foot for him. And plus he played up so gay too. And. Into me. I was like, well if there was for the care to do that would be great. But this your homosexuality doesn't play a partner. And if look if the character was gay wasn't like. Wasn't feeding so many gay tropes mannerisms of stereotypical. Then I'd be like, I wouldn't even mind that gay, and they didn't they make a big deal about it. But I got the feeling that it was just added for the performance. You know, what I'm saying, I, but I, you know, he could be bisexual. But like, I said, I I. It doesn't matter even. And. Yeah, watching that. And it's going on two hours. I was like man if if we weren't going to talk about this today, I would have snapped us off alone. Tago? I got up early to watch this. And I know a lot of people who like this is getting really good reviews from people is it. Yeah. Here. Like, I think run tomatoes last time. I saw because that's one of the reasons why I want to see it to a couple of days ago. Head like eighty percent eighty six something like that. I don't know because she was there Sundance and y'all were drunk when you saw it. I don't know. I don't know because it was at Sundance, and it was considered to be a festival film with stars. And you've got to celebrate. It director got to celebrate. I don't know if because everybody was looking something that wasn't Roman. Jay, Israel, the next night crawler. And this is just that weird for you. I don't know what it is man. And God bless you man, if you'd like this movie, that's fine. But I watched it. I watched this this morning and believe me when I got up. I was fine. I was perfectly fine. I drank a little bit last night. I drink a last night, but I woke up. I woke up feeling fine. I woke up excited to watch this in a soon as I started watching this that hangover start creeping on. And I think it's because it was a struggle for me to get through this. Well, I I didn't drink last night. I had no hangover. I had a good amount of sleep. But in tired, and it was a struggle for me to get through it. Okay. Good. So when just one just one just the alcohol. No because I was like man, so many different things that seemed like it wants to do or could be doing and it's not doing any of. And if and if feels like again, it feels like. What we said would Burbach. It's like this is better looking than a TV movie doesn't as much as a direct his name is behind it. And you've got this high concept going on it still feels like is not the quality of of a feature film that we're hit it hit me early on. I was like, yeah. I see why this is on Netflix. Yeah. Yeah. Man. Look, I'm I don't know they could have been alcohol or whatever. But this movie to me came across as pretentious and confused as fuck and characters in the movie, I did not like this like this at all. There are moments in here that about show potential, and I wish movie have been more that for myself. But. I've tried to try it at other people like dovey digs, man. That's one of the things. I didn't even get scared. Yeah. He was he was another one where it seemed like he was an important piece. And yet he kind of pops in disappears in later. Yeah. That's what I'm talking about being confused. Like, I don't understand what certain people had to do with this Bill except making it longer. This should have been hour and a half. It should have really think eighty minutes, man. This is. Yakking buying this bullshit. If you want to y'all 'cause y'all got recognize dramatic elements in here. It's a move about killer paintings. All right. All right. This is not much else. Really? I wish I wish west craven was alive. He wanna take exactly what it should have been a fucking horror movie Jason blah, blah to do with this with five dollars. I'm trying to make this a higher concept, but this is a horror movie was killer pain. This is some eighties eighties B-movie schlock right here. And I wish it would have been treated like that. He would have had a much more fun. Phil. That's what I thought to stop pretending. This is something that is not it is har- movie. Schlock just go with that. Get over yourself and just play it out. Yeah. Stephen King would made the disaster where it is pain is just killing people west create this shit is like is like what was that movie with the stupid too. Good movie. Nah. Not the hand. But the Mangla. Yes, the Mailer the Mangla is just a jam machine came alive and just start eating rights. Pain is come to my to start eating people killing people. We don't need. None of this other bullshit with this. In fact, I would love to more they've been made it more of a satire of this eating and killing right? Really shady people in the art world and making a statement about how phone the art world. Instead, you made a phone as a movie. This bullshit to me, man. I I did not like this with the bullshit. Bullshit around. I'll go with the bullshit. Well, right there with you. Boy. Painting. You just took. If you like it. That's great. But this was a struggle. He can make a movie about a Netflix shows killing people. Say because this was killing me. Kill a monkey great cast too. Great kissed a lot of waste going on in. This really is man. It really is Netflix one thing you all need to learn trim trim. A lot of things could be true. You wanna say something that's really good. That is a hot concept. Harvey'll watched. You oh you talked about a series of went on ten ten episodes in everyone. I was captivated by then that is a horror movie that tried to put intra Matic elements rates above the John dad did a great job at I'm not opposed to that not here. Yeah. That's a movie where you have annoying characters. But it's all four point just just like our world movies up. That was the point. You just didn't get it. As me. Culture dumb. Fine. I gotta beat that. Kill people got to be that, dude. Somebody going to die. I get a movie about killer paintings where the paintings are actually killing people. All right. Martin get out of here. Eight five twenty six day. Yeah. Well, I gotta go. Come on, man. Tommy got Tom. It's been awhile may have been. Tom come on. All right. I guess I'll have to kiss on the recording. Okay. To see more go again. Grabs as. All right. Is it I seen it, man. Otherwise five. Some mobile shit. Okay. Thank you, man. Appreciate it, sir. Everybody. Now, we're gonna get a little serious because we don't want another probably going to be something that people want to approach carefully when we talk about this. But Tommy McGrew was here doing man. And Tommy is here to talk about the incident that everybody heard about it was a very. It was it was very tragic, and and I know that you never had a chance to come back on talk about it because you know, obviously because of things that went down after that. And and so Tommy. Can't we back up a couple of weeks ago seeing you throughout the year and the year before that I've been seeing off and on. Yeah. But we really haven't had time to sit down and talk. I'm I'm not gonna say too much on. Let's talk about whatever it is that you reveal about whatever whatever you wanna say about the about about your your case. Among let you talk about. You know, the details behind Ramallah just reveal whatever you wanna reveal and I'll even take questions from. Questions from the chat if that's okay in. And I'll go ahead. You go hit basically everybody already knows going Morton might. Any move it up. If you want. Yeah. Everybody knows accident for years ago and accident someone did lose their life, which about the worst thing that could possibly happen and seeing tons of different rumors, and you know, what in prison for ten years or something like that. Which I don't know how we. That's that's why I want in here because I know a lot of people they've been spreading rumors about it. And I felt like it was not my place to say anything. So I never put it out there. I never come into on anything. A lot of factors to it. Didn't go to prison. Nothing like that got ten years probation some community service for that. What it is like the punishment for me more so more on a personal level than any kind of Justice level could possibly be. And if it was things aren't as a Mason like, maybe you look at the news, and you may see. It projected a certain way, but the multiple factors that respect. I ride my talk about but. Pretty much the punishment that I get and like that's. This isn't that the compared to what the struggle was afterwards man, it's been like I was talking about like a lot of therapy. A lot of a lot of a lot basically having to go back and soul searching just find myself again finds something. Doc as place voice. Now, if I if I may say there was there were things that people didn't hear about the case that factored in that is result of you not going to prison eating go to the pin fame. There's some things that people like I'm not gonna say. But. That particular thing that did happen. There was a reason for why that accident occurred, and it was truly an accident. You weren't high. You weren't drinking. This was something. I really was an accident in straight out of the blue the charge. I have is accident involving death. It's not manslaughter murder nothing involving negligence Alison thing like that. It's accident volume death. That's that's true. So you have. Unavoidable accident thought I was in a situation that I wasn't in in. I went back and discovered I was entirely different type situation. Yeah. Way worse. And so from what the whole legal situation, which you know. That was what it was and still nothing compared to the personal situation. Yeah. Yeah. And that's that's another thing. I think one of the cruelest things that people can do assume tragic situation like that that. Some of the things that they that. They did. There are so many spread rumors about it. Because I think that's why it was cool to have you back and talk about it. Because I read some of those things I had read I had read things like, you know, you you weren't toxic hated. And you you you you hit someone hit out for a couple of days. Yeah. Things things got crazy. It did. It was not the case at all. Hit someone thought I hit something else that it was a deer. Didn't think it was a human being and went right back just to make sure and I discovered it was. Stay call police did what I could try to do unfortunately too late to do. Yeah. What really got me upset with? It is that there are a lot of people who would be judgmental to a lot of people who didn't know your story. A lot of people know the details of that store, they they just heard accident in more morsel death. And then they just paid you for a really bad person that that that's that's one of the things I got mad at that person about there was a person being very judgmental not only to us, but to you. And that's why I told that person. I I really can't stand judgmental people like that man like they don't care about. They're not they don't really care about the victim thing just doing this to make themselves feel more morally superior. I saw a lot of people doing that. And I kind of pissed me off man, you know, 'cause I I had known a lot. But I wasn't limited to say. Got it in my own life people. I've known for years, you know, the just completely cut me off not even knowing any other side. But what side was, you know, put out there ever talk to me about it anything like that. Kinda white me out of their life. Like, man. White people. More human nature than some people. I realize people like to look at the world in a black and white SCO. People like no the gray in this. I mean, I'm never been mad about it. Like. It's kind of I think a lot of people don't understand. And it's like judge not realize that you could be any kind of situation yourself. Anything can happen to any of us. You know, we we could find ourselves in a really bad situation in that again as you said it was unavoidable. And that's why I don't think it's really really right to come in and to start. Especially with us mandate that they would rooms with us that we were we were anything because we were supporting you, and you know, we didn't care about anybody else. And we never talked about it because we'd never we didn't we because we did we disrespected the other family and all we care about that. We care about them. I was a lot of things it's not about us. But I'm just telling you if we're catching hell that. I'm only what you're what you're going. That's what I'm saying. You did everything in the most respectful way. Appreciate you for that too. Yeah. I've got so much about it gets point to where bills. You you have to build something up. And you, you know. Yeah. That's what I was having trouble with initially, you know, going through all few things going through it took a while, man. It takes a long time to to deal with something like that. Place in there. Finally. Honestly, say good and in you an allowed to say anything about your record. You can tell. Yeah. Ten years probation and community service hundred twenty hours after that is expunged from records. And that's what I wanted to get him. So it is going to be your record because this had really been a serious case of manslaughter murdered than something that's gonna stick with you. So that that that that attest to how much it was an accident here. And and you feel like you. I'm not gonna say anything about it. But you feel like you shouldn't have even you even told that something has to be done. Probably if that wasn't the case, then you probably wouldn't have even got what you got. I made a mistake. I miss judge. What situation I was in and. For that. That's some go home for the rest of my life one way or another just what it is. Yeah. Yeah. Hey, man, listen. I'm glad that we actually reconnected. I'm sorry. If all the things that happened, you know, even be honest with you, even I didn't know, everything and thoughts is going to be bad. It was worse than I thought. It was going to be worse than what you said. Because I know so I can get some the the second guessing that people head never put it out there like people I mean. Right. I mean, people are gonna do the. Yeah. I'm gonna take some questions from the chat. If people have any questions for Tommy. So please free Tommy say that he's pretty open to it. So if anybody wants to ask him anything, then he is he's pretty open with this. So let me let me see here. So I got in the people being pretty supportive. People saying here for you. Tommy, Tommy, that's that's good. Let's let's not forget that it is. None of this is mitt to be disrespectful to the deceased. None of this like wind. Why was talking about? We love timing. Everything. We we mean much respect to the family, and we we and I hate that they had to go through this too. It's just a situation for everybody tragedy. Yeah. Yeah. It is. You see here. I'm reading some of the stuff that people saying Justin Z. Yeah. When you're on probation, people don't really look into the circumstances. Sadly, it will be a challenge. And hopefully, people will be able to understand that it wasn't accident. Have here. Christopher Lowery nineteen Ninety-one people publicly judge judge me for my series mistakes. I'd be the laughing stock. Let me see here. Let me see let me see. What's time you've been doing with the spare time shit? Just a lot of a lot of creativity. Like, I don't know a lot of people know Instagram page, that's pretty much what I did with the majority of my time did art posted it I've been writing just trying to get back in the creative flow, man. That's that's their appeal for me just as wants to know whether parameters of your probation. If you're loud to say work travel cetera pretty much, the basic. It was no extra classes extra this that just stay a trouble report. And. Clean, basically. Yeah. Yeah. Some basic probation support here. Devante says I'm glad it's a mistake that in ruined his life. Ebonics gin straight to the point that we talked about the other day ever next is will you be considering coming back to the show. It's up to them. Okay. So this is what we talked about go here. Put this out here. We met a couple of time to have some beers. And second time about this kind of like all right, man. You know, come on out with it. 'cause I know this question is looming over. Get the feeling also I know we would we hooked back up just to hang out as friends because we did that before on show. But as I know that question's gonna pop up, and let's go ahead and get it out in the open. Now what we discuss was. I said, I don't know. And what way you can be you can you can come back 'cause I. I was very open. I said I can't pay you at the moment. Don't have not in the budget to do. So I've seen what you live. So. Yeah. Going to lot of places right now. Get married. Get ready. But man. We said it would I felt it would only be fair to gauge how the people felt here. Listen, I also said I don't I'm not I don't want my business disrupted yet. I didn't even I'll be up with w with a room mush it. But I think it's just out of out of respect to how how. The comfort of people out there how they would feel if came back important thing. So we can't just go by the Chen. You may get some emails people give me detailed explanations. But if I did say, if if most people felt like it would not be something that would be a disruption here something distraction to them. Felt like this is something that they could no one's ever going to be looking over. Because you know, you're gonna have trolls messing with you all the time. Yeah. Already do. So. So if you were able because there was a time, I don't think he can ever come back here. But then we talked and you told me the details of everything I said, all right? I got a better understanding of that. I think I'd be open to the idea becoming back some capacity. I don't know what. But I said it depends on what the people feel. So I if you give me some answers in the chat and don't just say, yes or no. I mean, like if you say yes that straightforward. But if it's a no I would like to hear why. So people wanna just give me some response right here in the chat right now. Let me know which you thinking. The ruthless one brother time. Thank you coming on. All the work. You did before DT. I'm glad you're doing better. I know some folks are negative, but we love you fan with you. Stay strong, bro. So let's see what people. The real fans vote is. Yes, Timea hash egg. We want Tommy. Wait. I know. I said the Chet. The isn't the voice of the people. Yes, I'm going to chat to hear what you have to say brain back. Tommy, Chris says Adrian says we want Tommy lazy. Says yes, she core has a few people involve with mining advertiser who would need to approve of it. I. I don't I don't, you know, I. It's all business decision on me. Whether I wanna do that in the sponsorships that we have are usually done by me. But I see what you're saying. You know, if we have you on another show that we put on YouTube. I I don't again. I don't I don't know. I guess maybe I need to think about that. I don't know what effect. It would have on the money situation might have to check with the check with a broadband TV partners. This Justin has has has a point. I should probably check everything. Yeah. Definitely people saying I don't see why people would hold that against you. I know actors who will work in mayor Matthew broddrick, as you know, is somebody who has a like, I think he has a hit and run. Brent brandy. Yeah. Some people out there who do have done some. They've done KENDALL Jenner. Caitlyn Jenner this people out there who've done worse. In in. Working endorsements auto see why there should be that should be a situation here. He didn't do anything people. Really? I don't I can't see a time where people going to say we can't do the sponsorship because a boycott and Tommy McGrew for something that wasn't an accident and unavoidable accident hope not, but I I don't know. But let me see through this. Yeah. The Chad has Tom Caitlyn Jenner man. I love Tommy feels. He comes back. A lot of people will start spreading. Rumors lies again, it might affect DT as brand it's a complicated situation. Kevin Keane says that? Bringing them back on twitch. Maybe so Tommy got a return like Tommy empowering. Yeah. Yeah. Let's see here. Holly berry. I thought I thought the Holly berry had done. I don't wanna say because I I was confused in Halle Berry in that movie where she was hanging on the side of a car. So you're not. Oh, no don't ever come back. You get out of getting. You leave come. George Bush's wife. Many ranges many this whole thing is like I think it'd be hypocritical for people, and you know, me I hate hypocrites, man. They'd be hypocritical people to like support other people in the areas, and they look at you and say, don't you can't come back here. I don't know. What do you? I heard the whispers over the course of everything is I'm Joe toast. I run that thing. So I was getting when it happened and throughout and everything in between every time between but the whole situation. I just I always be real vague with your good good. And that's because I don't wanna ask about it. The fact that you came out here like a man and told everybody your business when you didn't have to out of respect for everybody involved that takes some guts, man. And that's a that's a testament to your character. Man. I've always I've always been cool with you ever since I was visiting awesome before you've moved here. We would hang out with the events. Whatever have you. You were always real cool to me. And as we all said shitty situation for everybody involved. But in terms of character that was never a question. And I think people forget that they wanna forgive. Get that. Because everybody loves you as the person, they see all these things, and they hear some rumors, and they hear the things unfortunate things happen. And then all of a sudden you're painted a different picture, but the characters always been the same. You've always been a solid, dude. And that's just the testament from my personal experience with you. So if that house for anything if anybody needs to hear that from somebody who's been in the area and kinda knows and kind of every little bit of it. I mean that never changed your great guy. Great artists, and I've always respected that about you. So everyone else should probably I would hope we'll take same take a page out of that book where it's like this is the guy that we're getting and it's not it's not a front. This is not fake this that he's putting on there come down here and doing it's not fake front. It's who he is. And so I think people take that into account people seem like they. No because I've been a fan spill. And I've watched double from the inception house here at the launch party hanging out with the first time, I met you. And so like, I watched this whole thing transpire from beginning middle and end, and I'm still here. And so I know what I'm talking about is about I don't know the inside like he does. But I see that the community aspect of it. And I really I really know it, and I appreciate it. And appreciate you, man. So if you're gonna come back a mall forward if they don't watch back then fucking. But they're gonna have their opinions. They're entitled to them. But of character standpoint, you're eight one thank you. A lot of people people, you know, they seem to be favorable to you coming back. Three years two years, however long it's been still on YouTube comments. We're timing. Do it. What about God knows what? Yeah. Black Panther view west, Tom. Let me see here. The trailer for. Yeah. There's a small tease small team of engine. I couldn't hear it. I was watching. So it was just a tease it's not like all new clips. I want to hear with audio. How long thirty seconds. They're just thirty seconds. I don't know if that's going to be the only one they might be another. But let me see vengeance Super Bowl team the games in full effect right now. So all right. We got to get out of here. We're not gonna his picked off and Goth was three now. No feelable. All right. Let's go ahead. Download this thing we'll watch this. And see what this is like, you're looked cool shit. Got right. I have man away. Thirty seconds. At all. I need. Just like my wife. Hope you've got. Download this others like there's one part of the poster. That's so sad. I know they're doing a lot of thirty seconds here it now. I mean this already read catching fire right now. Let me go in negative reviews Mon on I mean is doing well on on YouTube. Go ahead and download this. Tommy. Glad to have you back though. Whatever again, but whatever capacity is great with you. Don't know how much on this issue. I miss you, miss toasties this man right here. So happy that came. Hey, man. I don't have to be all weird about it. And be like, go hang out. I was just like, I didn't know. And I'm not the type of person to ask that here from Sami randomly la-, man. Happy birthday doing okay. Hey, so that time you did that. And I know how you operate your very private as much as your outgoing very private even before everything. So. It's just like good. All right. Yeah. We'll figure something out. Yeah. I'll ask I'll ask everywhere. You know? Don't again, the smartest thing to do is not make any. Definitely have to business tight, man. You have to sit back and think about an as. Yeah. I don't think it looks. So I don't think it looks bad for you in the water. I don't think it looks bad for you at all. Let me see here. We can start looking at this teaser right here. Thrown into the fire already. Let's see what is it? Shit on no way when there today. Yes. Take a look are. Right. So you know, we're about to in the show because full the super bowl's full effect right now. So we're going to get out of here. So we can let these people go watch the game. And you know, other people can go on with their lives and y'all can go wash the gaming ideal with us anymore. But let's watch this teaser that that's the only thing I was doing it buying time. Going pop up some say, hey, I'm not leaving here until I get something. Almost like hitting they go take thirty seconds. Let these people go sorta there's a full trio that comes out after this. Coming back down. Come. So let's go ahead and take a look at this. Thirty second teaser for vengeance. In game. Some people. Why are you fucking with me like this? Why are you tease me like this couple balls and playing with some new foot into that more this this looks I tell you what made it? Always going to have to eat my words, man, but this one shot right here talking which one is rocket rocket, man. That's not what you think about. But I wind up man. All of them got the strike house. Like mad. I never cone as seriously as I am right now. Right. Why y'all messing as marble put this out there, man? What a nose thirty seconds. I'm saving the ship for the real. I'm saving for the real issue may pull out. No, you earn your shits. Will you put out a full trailer? But for right now, she. This is nice. What you think those posters, chilly, man? Now, they're gone. What do we do informational shit that he put up in a school somewhere? That's the real world building for you, though. Magin? What part was at the very beginning where they have like a poster says now, they're gone. What do we do? And then he starts talking about. We don't forget. Oh, wait a minute. Let me see if I can find it. Oh there. It is is like that's what happened in real fucking life. Where do we where do we go now that they're gone 'cause imagine no one else? Does the fuck happened? Yeah. Rapture just happened for everybody else. You're hanging out a birthday party and half your fucking family disappears. Nobody knows why. Yeah. So you ever ever probably going crazy? So they got to come up with ways to control crowd crowds of people just to be like yet. Yeah. World ending. We're gonna steal in Luton to shit. And then it goes into Steve Rogers talking about we don't forget a like around that corner. That's probably another posted us fucked. You know, what you're right, man. One of the things that I said about this that they seem to kind of be alluding to is. Is that the world is just in turmoil? Man. It's like an apocalyptic sing like things that happened. Like first of all. Like, you see him and counseling, you know. Nothing too. The minister superhero movie where big purple due to snap hat the universe away and approaching it like people who have PTSD people go to council they're making a scene like. Say real ramifications in normal people's lives from that. Right. Yeah. Irritated. You're not seeing irritated at once. They're all the Levin and hovers many of these movies these movies. He's never been irritated. Like that. Where he's like. I have a chip on my shoulder. I have to get some shit done. He looks like he's an AA right there. That's what I'm talking. Yeah. He's in counseling right now making time for this. Exactly. That's what I'm saying. If Dylan away where people I mean, I like that they asked the questions. All right. You know, what this is insane? This is of course, is the superhero move. None. This were really happened. But how people react if it did if people would actually be don't go into counseling. Like this. The world would be in chaos people. The minds would be fucked. Yeah. You know, and we were talking about how it would be nice. If if we could see just some parts where you know, we see the criminals have taken over. Taking advantage of a situation where without he rose strangers. That are coming out that that's okay. Let's say. All right there. Okay. Is that him conduct? Konda might be. 'cause you see in the background. And let's in architecture conned. Like, a Kia. But you know. This marble is gonna make this. Marvel movie it's not gonna be all gloom and doom. But I do like at the beginning is pretty fucking gloomy. Yeah. You know, the world is empty. They really do give this feeling of emptiness like snap the subtle away. Colors. Everything is all blue movie right now shit. Yeah. Talking grady. Yeah. That's a good point though, that what what do we go? Now, the gone. That's good basically terrified about that. Just that that right there make posters for children going to school. I mean, it looks like during like a cafeteria. Yeah. Well, it's that like AA session. That man I like it that they take him rockets. So seriously now, man, it's like you still a special effect that he stood up and blend in completely. But to see him being putting his really grim situation all the seriousness and being part of the group. The group now has only one left. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. Really eager to see how this is gonna play out with them bringing. Because that's the biggest thing, man. You know, the biggest thing here is that they've taken all these movies that have different tones. And now this is the time where we get to see how they actually play together. And it's like it's gonna work out. Man. I'm I'm disappoint. A never say take that seriously. Coon somebody the short is one is a fucking animator. It I'm taking it did serious, right? Right. I thought I would never see my heart is a match a guy Narmer goddamn ninja of Russian spot. Who's the guy behind the war machine back, but we got hitmen? Yeah. Talking record record in the middle of a walk on. Ten years ago. We would a bust out laughing at this shit. I'm mmediately, I even said. I'm eating my words. I don't know how they're gonna have ironman hanging out. You said that for I said if I don't. I said if I don't go hang out with a God, a big blonde much less a raccoon talking record. But they're doing it, man. I never thought I was day. It's crazy. It's amazing. This amazing, man. I'm I'm waited man. Now, just give us the full trailer. Man. You can't be. We add excite him. Deg on that crack rock in front of us for captain marvel. Nobody's trying to skip over her to get man. Yeah. He's not in it yet. She's not any of these shots. Yeah. I mean, they're only showing the first twenty minutes, they said on these trailers. So really, I twenty minute. Like, so everything you see here is in the first twenty minutes of the movie and everything you've seen in the last one I one so they find Roan in the first twenty minutes of the movie, they do all this shit. Nice to keep it from spoiling too. Nice the devil. Hey, they're playing maybe a new trailer. I don't know. New trailer. I should say. I don't know if it's all kind of the same flavor. Got crusted that the new. Thank you. So we gotta get outta end. It's gonna be a bunch of trailers that drop tomorrow. I talk about this outta here. Man. But tommy. Appreciate it, man. Thank you. Thank you. Yeah. Hope you haven't forgot forgotten out tro because people have been one that for years. I wanted it for though. What is it? I, but it's okay. We'll say we actually get out of here. Yeah. Make sure you don't forget. All right. Let's go. You know, what real real quick just go to the among his very quickly, man. We're not gonna do any kind of big song and dance died. It would to go through the top five. Very quick are really. Over you made them I wanna. Man, bathe is the same as last week. I had one this Bala. Is it the same? Same miss Bala instead of the sort who would be king. All right. Let's go. Let's just go through it real. I'll even salaries. Number five Spiderman we can gross four point five million dollars, total gross on that one hundred seventy five million after eight weeks, and that's on a budget of ninety million looks like it's not excuse me. It's like it's not gonna make two hundred million medically nobody highest grossing Sony had made a film ever. So you're fine. Nice. Nice. Man, we can grow four point seven million dollars total gross at three hundred twenty three million after seven weeks. Of course, everybody knows that. This is crazy money off of a budget of two hundred million dollars. Then requests about twenty million for no it's about ten minutes away from beating both superman and suicide squad. Eight is about twenty million from beating no wonder woman is four hundred twelve so he's before twelve domestically to beat one woman as the highest EU domestically. All right internationally. It's already king. Right. Miss Bala, weekend, gross, six point seven million dollars on a fifteen million dollar budget. Is that bad? Yes. A little bit better because it's remake property some people like and people like that movie. But now this this was trying to like fit in on a weekend when nobody really cared about it. They didn't really know what to do with this movie. So they just kind of throw it out there when they could. Okay. Maybe they maybe thought it was going to be a little bit better. But audit critics hated audiences. It was not good, man. It was not good audience those. Okay. I'll just asking grasps put. All right. Number two. The upside we can gross eight point eight million dollars on a seventy five point six million after four weeks. That's on a budget of thirty seven point five so good. Yeah. Go doing heart programming. Still at number one last on its way hundred million we can gross not point five million, total gross eight point six million three weeks on a budget of twenty million dollars. Internationally is that two hundred million dollars. So the people talking about Shamlan back to something new no hear him Shamlan is like that. That has a gambling problem. He don't trust with a lot of money. What a little bit of money. You gotta eat. Yeah. I'm not gonna give without. Yeah. Even fuck that off. Make more split movies. Well, good. Vilis? Yeah. That's good. All right. There you go people. That's the top five in that is it would love to take some emails from you all, but we had a long show longer than we thought the game is on right now. We're to get you out of here. Thank you so much. Remember Jays out on DT, mirc dot com. Yes. For the shirt is there we gotta Ballantine's day sale going on by one item. 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Ep. 25 | Pop Culture Tuesday & Faith Through Writing | Guest: Charles Martin
And the low this is Steve dates. The Steve day show. And happy Tuesday. Welcome to the Steve day show live and on demand on the blaze. I am Steve day Stott and Aaron are here with me as well. Eight eight nine hundred thirty three ninety three's the number here at the blaze, Stephen d dot com. I can Email us you can like us on Facebook. Follow us on Twitter at Steve days show. Last name is spell DAC. We've got a jam packed program. Coming up today. Pop culture Tuesday here at the bottom of the hour. We're gonna talk about I don't know that it's intentionally this. But it's probably the best anti war film. I've ever seen. I'm going to talk about it here at the bottom of the hour because I think it also has a lot of parallels for where we are culturally and domestically today next hour were to talk to a near times bestselling author who has wrestled with the question. You know, what if one of the things of God that are not? Convenient or preferable for me to believe? What if they're actually true anyway, and he's gonna tell us how he wrestled with this question in writing a book about how he wrestled with this question. That's coming up next hour some fake news or not as well. But I of course, we begin as we always do by getting updated on what happened while we were away. What happened while we were away? Brought to you by the state of Virginia Virginia Lieutenant governor Justin Fairfax faced allegations of the metoo variety yesterday. He denies assaulting the accuser but did admit to a sexual encounter. He claimed in a statement yesterday morning. His accuser went to the Washington Post with the allegations and said, the paper decided not to publish them after finding significant red flags the post pushed back on that claim saying they found no new red flags, but decided not to publish it. Anyway, knowing helps us decide. Knowing keeps us free. In other news, Bret cavenaugh, but back to the main story Fairfax, then claimed the so-called smear was orchestrated by embattled Virginia governor Ralph Northam, I don't know precisely where this is coming from. We've heard different things. But but here's the thing. Does anybody think it's any coincidence that on the eve of potentially being elevated that's win? This uncorroborated smear comes out as anybody believe. That's a coincidence. Vexes accuser is hiring the same law firm Christine Blasi Ford hired for her allegations against Brett Kavanagh. Bernie Sanders is being accused of racism and sexism after announcing he would be on social media reacting for the third consecutive year to the state of the union problem is people think he's upstaging Stacey Abrams who's giving the democratic rebuttal in a few minutes. The United States that has to have an opportunity to condemn infanticide one hundred United States. Are going to have an opportunity to unanimously say the most basic thing imaginable, and that is that it's wrong to kill a little newborn baby. Every Senator will have the opportunity to stand for human dignity to stand for the belief that in this country all of us are created equal. Because if that equality means anything, surely, it means that infanticide is wrong democrat Patty Murray blocked, Ben Sasse as Bill banning the murder of infants who already survive being murdered inside the womb having fun yet Grand Canyon university one of the largest and fastest growing Christian universities in the country. Rescinded an invitation to not Jewish guy. Ben Shapiro citing the need for diversity and wanting to avoid offending people who disagree with Ben on immigration millennials never recovered from the financial crisis. And it means they're struggling to have families. But it seems like they have more than enough money for crapload of arm tattoos the boy scouts. Yes. That's still thing inaugurated its first all girl troupe recently in Washington DC is still having fun Myer Adam Levine's nipples fine for air, but two thousand four xlt wardrobe malfunction made Janet Jackson a pariah for years. That's the question. Some fans are asking after the Super Bowl and finally eight legitimate reason to impeach Donald Trump. Would you let your son Barron play football? Very very tough question. That's very good question. If he wanted to. Yes. Would I steer him that way? No. I wouldn't I wouldn't he actually plays a lot of soccer. He's liking soccer. And a lot of people, including me thought soccer would probably never make it in this country. But it really is moving forward rapidly. And that's what happened while we were way. I'm always fascinated to find out which one of these montages will finally be the one that breaks. You might be at FOX you sick buckle off. You might see something special. Nothing says America, I quite like, they say in Sokha. Let's do that Sokha. Let's go play one deal in a shootout with some crap whole country. Come on man, really, really. Are you kidding me? Obama would have given a better answer than that. Oh. Goodness. I am just by the way. Do you know what youth sport sport per capita leads the nation in head injuries and concussions? Do you know? Yeah. It's your daughter sprawl. Yeah. It's girls soccer girls. Soccer is number one. Yeah. So. Today's montage brought to you by home title walk. I didn't say headlock. I might want to apply one of those right about now. Are you gonna talk about morons again? I said home title, lock headlock is something separate and in this case deserved. Beware. Data breaches exposed twenty four million Americans to home, title fraud, a crime that could cost you your home. If you've got a mortgage refi, or he'll walk through major Bank, this breach may put you at risk for losing every dollar of equity you've built up in your home. 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Some fans are not asking about Adam Levine's nipples. I they're not really saying. They were they're not. Nobody's asking. There is literally literally nobody literally just this this. This is just made up stuff. Okay. Like, literally, nobody cares about you know, what bikini waxing technique. You know, what's her face which to because? Nobody cares. Nobody literally. Nobody cares. This stuff is just created in order to generate clicks. And usually from people like us, you know, so they can say, hey, are they offended those, you know, dastardly conservatives once more nobody cares. Nobody cares. So it's been Anna with that. It's been it's it's a banana. Yes. In the tailpipe. Don't fall for it. Yes. I love how blocked in. You are by this entire montage because you're going to segue pretty soon, you're gonna say could we talk about soccer again? It's that bad. This montage is incredible. No. I mean. Yes. The hate is sweating in you now give into it. Give into your Anga. Yes. Feast you locusts this feast what at all consume it all leave nothing to spare. Today's Democratic Party, ladies and gentlemen, a woman who lost her election. Holds no office in the press. Release is announced as a quote leader Stacey Abrams. What does she leader of leader? What she's a thought leader, Gary important? That's that's what it says in the press. Release leaders capitalize like title, apparently, apparently Nikolai car paint the or claim potentate. So we're just going with leader, dear leader. Yeah. Leader leader. Stacy who has known lost election has no job. No office. No standing is. She verified on Twitter, of course. And she is she is giving tonight's state of the union response for the Democrats. Meanwhile, the guy that got like fifteen million votes for president last time and is a national household name. He's a racist. Forgoing for going on his Facebook wall and giving his own thoughts, and sexist and. Yes, sex's. Well. Yes. I don't get to say this word enough these days. Yes. Yes. Yes. You may. Yes. You shall? Over and over again, what's your name? Yes. Your time. Yes. Aaron this was the right day to put Cambodian smoking on right now. Because that's for Steve. Yes. That's why I am. So I am so zen right now, I am so zen. Bernie Sanders being a racist misogynistic. Zena phobic homophobic for daring for daring to speak to the twelve million people that wanted him to be the president of the United States on his Facebook page when a black woman. No one's ever heard of is supposed to be talking. Instead. Yes. Feast. Yes. In fact, just take me off the screen. You know, America needs right now. Yes. The skit Bernie Sanders about ten thirty tonight guys right here. All right smoke. If you got them, brother. Yes. This is the modern Democratic Party. A guy who actually has held office for thirty years and receive. Heard always gets me. Right after he looks like he's like gobbling up the smoke. It's like he's telling you encore. Coming back around. Doubtful civilisation ever. The modern Democratic Party the guy that holds a current office in elite office in American politics that got about twelve million votes for president is passed over. So then a black woman who one nothing has nothing. And frankly, if she was Stacy Abram and white we wouldn't even be having this conversation. If it was Saul Abram, well, actually, they're anti semitic now too. So they probably wouldn't allow you in the Democratic Party at this point. So well, let's go with Sam Abram Sam Abram white guy. No one would care. He would have no voice, no audience in the Democratic Party at all. And yet they want to blow each other up on social media over this crew MIDA judge indeed. The Washington Post this ties into the whole Virginia story, we you know, what we've got to spend probably the rest of the time in this segment talking about this because. What the hell is going on in Virginia. Who are you people? What what is? So essentially Virginia's governor's race came down to the the south will rise again candidates versus the swamp. GOP squish who should have been given up research that would have literally handed him this job. But you know, that would mean attacking Democrats, and they can't do that. They might win. You know, they're gonna have to attack you instead. And then you've got the intersection -ality mascot for Planned Parenthood with the metoo problem. And then dude who is essentially the island of Dr Moreau in black face. That's for Jinya politics. Actually. It's pretty much. We live right now. Is that is that not pretty much where we are right now. Yeah. Now, if you're if you don't want to adopt, nationalism, your cook who hates America and doesn't have what it takes because our allegedly nationalist president if promoting soccer. Instead of the game America invented that is the wealthiest sports league in the world. He's promoting something that Ghana is better at Dennis. So you've got that, you know, fake tough guy act. You've got the squish is in the swamp. You know as Mitt Romney said anything yet. About the character of the nation about multiple governors in the United States, and what they have to say about the character of the nation. You know, lobbying for infanticide, and you know. Being admitted racist anything from Willard on any of those front yet. He might be the only one who has a shot of replacing Stacey Abrams tonight post, Trump's speech. Well, what do you have to say? What's your? Typic- on your finest moment problems these white white, man. Although a former Republican that that may where's that at your the intersection -ality, go the millennial? We don't know we're old. So we're where is defrocked Republican who turns on his own? Whereas that on the intersection char, it is at least even contribute ship, right? That as at the very top of the chart for like five minutes before they start ripping you. Yes. Before you're guilty of binders full of women and vulture capitalism again. Yes. So you know, the Romney can't be bothered. You know, he's trying to think of what his next anti-trump op Ed is and then and then you look at just the absolute fake the absolute fake that is the Democratic Party. I I mean it. It's just Virginia is a microcosm men for the the landscape of American politics. And you know, what's not being debated in any of this. What's not being debated in any of this is anything that matters. Literally, nothing that matters. Not nothing that sustains civilization. Nothing that determines whether it's easier or more difficult for all of you. Watching us today on the blaze or listening on the podcast, and I tune Stitcher Google play Spotify cetera. Nothing that would help you pay your bills. None of that. None of that. None of this matters. This is N. It's it's. It's the most meaningful story in the country. Because of its meaninglessness. Because of bunch of people. A white guy. Who was with a racist prank past? And. And he supposedly is the guy that is he he's he's Mr. racial tolerance. When he'd have. No, he when he supports an organization that has murdered more black people than any organization in in American history has Planned Parenthood. And his l g who's black. He that's you know, that's that's the number one guy. He's the first mate. He's he's there. He's the intersection Linnea mascot for Virginia planned parent. None of this. And the way the Washington Post is handled this story. Basically, they came back at the Lieutenant governor Virginia and said, we're actually guilty of different bias than the one that you're accusing us of, sir. We we looked into the allegations. We actually didn't find any red flags we just decided because you're a black democrat. We weren't gonna run the story. So please get it straight. We are deeply offended at your impugning of our character. We were really just running cover here. We're not exonerating you at all. We are willfully looking the other way. Please get it. Right. We demand the truth because democracy dies darkness everything about this fake. Everything about this is fake the Republican party in Virginia fake, they lost. These guys think about that. They they lost to these guys. In Virginia in Virginia. So what I what I'm fascinated by with this story is that it is meaningless Todd on every subset of level. You could imagine it doesn't tell us anything about any of these people. We didn't already know. And yet the its its meaninglessness is why it is so meaningful it it is the Washington Post the day after. They run that nauseatingly sanctimonious ad in the Super Bowl that they paid five million just for the spot. Who knows what Tom Hanks's voice cost and the production value was maybe another ten who knows five ten million more. I don't know. They run this nauseatingly sanctimonious spot. And then the next day they're outed for the most ham, fisted obvious. You're not even trying to hide it. Now, hackery, you could possibly imagine. And then the guy they're covering for gives a reasonable explanation for why they covered for him when they investigated it and the corroborate or claims. And they respond with. Well. No, that's not at all. We just. We were just trying to help you. You're democrat. So we didn't want to report the story. We're we're actually worse people. And you're giving us credit for it is. That's even that's either. Cosmic irony that timing or it is providential trolling for all of that for that to happen. The day for this to go down the day after they run that at that. Is that is that is the most cosmic irony? I have maybe witnessed in my life. Or that is providential trolling. But this entire episode means nothing it won't it won't help us to finally after eighteen years of secure Afghanistan. It won't help us. Help us to finally secure own borders, it won't raise your wages. It won't it won't excess densely determine anything that matters to any of you watching. And yet it's a story. We can't turn away from because it's it's where we live. It's who we are. I have been struggling to get into to even start the final season of what's it called on net flicks. And Kevin Spacey's card house of thank you. I've been struggling this just to show how out of sight outta minus managed to pick that show when the day or two after I came out. I just haven't been able to I haven't. I haven't found the will to start it. It has nothing to do with Kevin Spacey. Not being on there. I'm just you watch these. Yes. Yes. What are they going to do when the show first started? We were like, you know, this is just an exaggeration of where we're at where we're at is an exaggeration of house of cards story. It's it's banal. Now, it's to me now, it's just it's all the skin Amax. But like, none of the biting social comment. Gary now, it's just it's just obscene. It's just smut. It doesn't have anything smart to tell you. You know what I'm saying? Because we're we we are we're we're well past like all of their storylines with the exception of, you know, some reporter getting thrown in front of a train we have already eclipsed the storylines for house of cards. This is this is that's what's happening in Virginia right now. All of this makes me think about that one episode. You did quite some time ago early in the Trump presidency. When you did you talk about the show all the time, but you did a whole show, basically as my job is to be a reviewer of fictional content. You remember that you did? I mean, that's that's what I'm thinking of how many of what was happening and how actually going on. What could they give us next? What's the next story line? It is. Which is what a soap opera, those soap operas nothing ever goes on rarely does in every once in a while the one character dies and comes back from the dead. And they have to do that every once in a while to get you back in for another year of the banal happening over and over and over again. I mean, there should be a referendum on the books. Right. Quick in Virginia. Just throw everybody out and do a full fledged national review founder who's William F. Buckley, just the random people from the phone book. It it's infinitely better than this farce. Yeah. What's really funny is that like three months ago, we were at least feels like three months ago when governor north them and delegate TRAN we're making their comments about late term, third trimester abortions and infanticide? It was very very in the early stages starting to. Actually have substantive conversation. Actually, they gave us a gift in our lap to be able to start to force start to force a conversation. Start to force an argument that they don't want to have you started to see that. I put that video of Nancy Pelosi yesterday asking being asked about north comments. And there are few other congress men and women who were asked about north comments and infanticide. And it was the same Democrats. Same thing every time. Oh, I don't know what he's talking about. I didn't hear those comments. It's completely meaningless. I'm not saying necessarily, it certainly seems I wouldn't put it past them. And I don't wanna step too much next next hour of fake news or not. But it's just. When we are so susceptible to being led astray and to be like the dog from up squirrel when we are so susceptible to that when we are giving gifts just plopped in our latte laps to be able to force the other sides to have arguments real existential arguments that was a real argument that was starting last week and that we were just kicking butt on. I thought at least as much as we can. Now, it's all about now. It's all about the governor's racist. And the Lieutenant governors governors me too. Governors implicating the governor. Now, they think somebody else inside job before the day is up guys. We're going to be talking about Trump wants to sign an executive order national emergency to build a wall. And we'll forget all about Lynn less than a week. We'll forget all about everything that happened last week with a real existential issue, and yes, the wall is real an existential as well. But life as far as I think our priorities. Go goes above that issue. It's just. Frustrating watching this because we fall for it. Every time. And we and I'm saying, I it's it's what everybody's talking about now. And yes, there are some illustrations like Steve said the most meaningful part about this as its meaninglessness. But that's what we're what we're discussing. We can't force the issue even when it's plopped in our lap for us. Let me t- I have to this one up for you. Because this whole situation in Virginia is the equivalent in Pulp Fiction where John Travolta's character accident accidentally shoots Marvin in the face. I may have to bring in a cleaner to clean it up. So the competent person like Harvey tell what does it say about cleaner? They're bringing up or the attorneys for Blasi Ford. You kidding me? That's why you know what? Feast. Yes. Feast consume it all. It's all yours. What if I'm not hung all of this is for you. We give it back to you. The people. Feast. We'll be over here with endless streams of tebow corn don't mind us. Don't mind. This not our fight. We are mere. Mere onlookers here. Mere spectators here. And paul. Yes. We will be spectating. Yes, we will. So by all means. I think you guys should fight. Yes. All the way to the bidder. And. Yes. It just gets dumber. I I don't know what to say Todd. I I I've been meaning back and rewatch rewatch idiosyncrasy. I can't do that. Either. The same reason that I just feel like I've evolved beyond house of cards. It's not sensationalistic to me any more. You know, now, it's it's it's contrived. You know, that's the same thing. I got my law degree at Costco. Yeah. It's hard to get in there. But my dad pulled some strings. Hey, if you're thinking of buying or selling a home this year relisted agents, I trust dot com is a company you want to check out. Glenn Beck in some of his friends started this years ago because they were frustrated by real estate agents that talk a good game. But then don't back it up when it counts the most, and what sets this service apart from your average real estate agent referral is those are often done trying to lineup customers for the agents. In this case, you the customer are empower the agents are vetted, and it's always a good sign. Well, most of the time it's a good sign every now, and then maybe somebody sneaks through the cracks. 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And you know, I've been making references recently, and we had one of our one of our viewers listeners. Ask us here at the blaze from me to clarify more about what I meant that. Stating my fear is America is approaching its Archduke Ferdinand moment, and that's a World War One reference. And I went into some context about that last week. If you missed that episode, definitely check it out here at the blazer on your podcast archive of choice, and we'll probably delve into some of that here in this conversation as well because we're gonna talk. About Peter Jackson's latest film, and this is the first good movie Peter Jackson's made. In about fifteen years was at two thousand three two thousand four return of the king came out some his been the long jabbing. It's been that long. They was thinking Christmas of two thousand three when it came out. Now, we're talking way ahead of its time. Fifteen and a half years sixteen years. And this his this movie is called they shall not grow old. And it's it's an incredible documentary. If if it come to our town prior to me unveiling my top ten of two thousand eighteen it was it's been released in select cities piecemeal for the last month or so or since about Christmas, actually, if this had come out to demoain, and I had a chance to see it before. I unveiled my top ten list of twenty eighteen it absolutely would have made the list. It's an incredible piece of filmmaking. Peter Jackson doesn't introduction at the beginning of the film and talks about, you know, the the war memorial council there in the UK came to him about five years ago actually with the hundredth anniversary of the advent of World War One. And they were hoping that if they gave him enough time he could have this out for two thousand eighteen on the hundredth anniversary of arms instance, day the end of World War One and this is the act. Footage in the film, and there's a certain wizard of Oz. Quality to it. The movie begins with the film, you see in a very little box formatted for the technology of the Aira on in the film, filming looks pretty warn. And what accompanies it is real time. Audio archived interviews with the soldiers that were there on the western front. During the war. And then about twenty minutes into the film. Just like the famous one of the great scenes in all of cinema history were Dorothy opens the door to Oz and walks through in the screen expands and goes full color, which even watching that now in, you know, with my kids nowadays with the technology and everything we have available now that is still a striking scene. I I can't even imagine what that looked like when people saw that in nineteen thirty eight in real time there that there's a moment where this movie makes that same transition, and the very modern looking film that you see in its trailer it then evolves and more into that. And what happens is when when the when they talk about the effort on the homefront to recruit for the war, and what led to the start of the war? It stays in this very small box on the screen. When they arrive at the front, and you're there with the soldiers as the war is taking place. That is now suddenly when the whole screen comes alive, and the technology that they used to make this this film palatable to the twenty first century viewer is in full effect. We ended up my wife, and I we didn't intend to do this. We just bought tickets for the screening that Finn our schedule Saturday night and ended up being the three D one, actually, and it I wouldn't say it made you feel full immersive like a, you know, a really good three d movie did, but you definitely felt like the the contours and the layers of being there were even more striking. So just as a piece of. Filmmaking. If you're a movie buff. I mean, it is. You've never seen anything like it. You would not believe this footage is is one hundred years old. You wouldn't believe it? But I think what's even more powerful. Is the story that tells and I don't know. I don't think the movie intended to do this actually. But it's a pretty powerful anti-war film. What makes it a powerful anti-war film? Is the book and the book end conversations about what led up to it? And what it was like at the end. And when when you know, I don't know if any of you follow Jesse Kelly or others on Twitter. And with the Senate voting to say, we're good basically, stay in Afghanistan ebbs. These veterans talking about friends of theirs that are on their seventh eighth ninth deployment to the Middle East. And it is so analogous to the situation. We have going on right now. In the point I made with what Europe was like prior to the start of World War. One to American culture was like, I didn't have a clue the movie was going to do this. It made this exact same point. In fact, the movie opens up, there's a friendly, not soccer, real sport. Rugby? There's a friendly between the Brits. And the Germans. And they're sitting there having a go enjoy each other's company done this a million times, you know, in all of a sudden literally in the middle of this rugby friendly. Parliament, declares war on Germany. And in a newsboy essentially run into the sporting event extra literally like a scene out of a movie extra extra Britain, declares war. And they all stop and one of the guys who played in this rugby event says we all stopped, and we weren't sure what to do. These are friends. We were just playing with them an hour ago. We weren't sure we supposed to kill him. Are we supposed to? Are we supposed to stop the game? What should we do? And they goes, but, you know, being you know, English, and we decided the gentlemanly thing to do was to go ahead and finish the match. And then we figured out afterwards. I mean, it is surreal the streets of London are filled with commuters. They're showing what was going on in London. The day that the war was declared. And this isn't a civilization dig digging out of invasion, rebel. There. It's like there's not a war happening. People are just, you know, going off to work doing their thing going into cedar going to the market like it's just not real. The soldiers talk about how many of them wanted to go because they just thought this would be a lot of fun. They were bored all kinds of men signed up to go. They had no idea what the issues with Germany were though clue what the issues were. This isn't World War Two. Now, this is World War One. This is as I told you last week. This is a sensually members. This is Bobby and JR. Deciding they're gonna literally kill each other over Ewing oil, and like the people in the shipping and packing department. The guys drive in the tanker trucks are the ones that have to go out there and die because the JR can't figure it out. That's literally what's going on. You know, and women are baking cakes and stuff. Hey, congratulations on going off to war. It's great. Yeah. This is the manly thing to do. No one has any clue with the point of any of this. And then they get out and they talk about how fun. It was to play the war games and go to boot camp and get into shape and a lot of these guys lived pretty sedentary, you know, and except for farm work. And so they were this was a lot of fun to them. And then they get out to France. Where most of the war was fought. And we watch these same men now. And we watch as their teeth right out. We watch as they walked through mustard gas you walk through the gas with them. And again, they still have no idea what any of this is about. They don't have a clue they don't know. They just knew that that and in one of the scenes. There is a a rare day taught sort of like the story around World War One of the Christmas day detente with the Brits, and the Germans, and there's a rare detente in the trenches. And. Day end up. They have some German soldiers that they captured. And so they bring him into the in there hanging out smoking cigarettes, and you know, and the German soldiers are like, hey, man. We thought you guys hated the French. We have no idea why you're fighting us. Did you guys fight the French for three hundred years or something we do? And they're literally they're sitting there talking to each other. They have no idea why they're at war. They don't. No, it's what they're supposed to do for nationalistic fervor. Thirty million or dying. Is the it's the it's the advent of modern warfare air war gas machine guns all being used in mass for the first time in human history. And. Peter's watching guys that are shaving. Because they gotta be fine. British jets say have to make sure that they're clean shaven at all times. So they're out there literally in the trenches shaving in a broken mirror, and you watch the guy next to him. The bullet goes through his helmet from German sniper and he's done out gone dead. Got a wheel him out. You guys have to on March benches of latrines using the restroom and the latrine just brakes, and they they, and they, you know, fall in the dengue the food that they ate the lack of sanitary conditions and the entire time. These men can't tell you. What this was about. They don't know. They get back home at the end. And this is like Vietnam for British veterans know parades outside of arms distance day. There were day show. There were lots of posters. Don't hire. Vets want those people here the couldn't get their jobs back. This is nineteen eighteen. These are the salad days. And I I'm not doing this Justice. Okay. You you need to see this. It is. It's why in the Christian tradition. We have just wore theory. And that without meeting that threshold, it's just the human toll the cost is not justifiable on any level. It's it's powerful to watch. It is so similar to the culture war. We're having right now. We just talked about Virginia is dominating. Every every headline, and it means nothing. It means nothing the average the average Austrian how was their life. Get a change because the Archduke Ferdinand nephew got assassinated. I was gonna change the average Austria minimum not at all. Not at all the average German. Same average Frenchman. Same average Irishman again. Yeah. Difference. But over thirty million of them died. And think of think of today's mass weapons of mass destruction in their infancy. But without any of the sort of sanitary sanitation technology that we have today. So even though they couldn't create mushroom clouds, the the lack of sanitation technology that we have at our disposal today. One, you know, one that of mustard gas, essentially created the kind of devastation that dropping MOAB would because they just because because even though it didn't kill him instantly, the long term effects of their inability to fight the carnage the disease the infections that went around. How many of these people these men didn't even die even fighting? Just because of lack of sanitary conditions the way that they were called to live for years for years. It is incredible to watch this. They describe one of the bloodiest battles of World War One a lot of it fought hand to hand with bayonets. And again, they they don't know really why they did this. They just knew that to go home. They had to kill those guys. No real existential effort mounted here. You kind of come out of this wondering in a way as we were leaving. I said, Amy I'm like I can't help. But wonder if the world have been better off the Germans at a one. I mean. This gave birth to the conditions that lead to. Arguably the worst embodiment of evil in modern human history. And the events that unfolded in World War Two. But I can't recommend it highly enough. I do think it deserves to be seen in a theatre. If it comes to your town. This is not a good time at the movies. I want to warn you, right? No, happy endings here. And the the end is the most depressing when they come home to a lack of a happy ending. They come home to a lack of heroism. And you know, why? Let me explain why I loved Sarah, Michelle, Gellar Buffy, the vampire slayer television show love that show. My favorite episode is Buffy senior prom. And see the people of this town live on a hell mouth, and they've been in self denial about it all these years. And so they actually resent the hero that they empire slayer. They resent her because our acts of heroism bring to light the evil. They would prefer to not acknowledge exists and just keep lying to each other. And on her prom night. 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Well, speaking of stubborn one of the things I've been stubborn about over the years is I often have been accused of saying things that are inconvenient for people to hear. And I will usually respond and of used this exact question many times in my response. Would if it's true not whether you like it, whether it was born fuzzy, whether it gave you the vapors, you know, whether it was up with people or down for that matter. What if it's true? What if it's true? I didn't really get the warm fuzzies. Would it was minus nine air temp? A week ago here in Des Moines, minus nine that was the literal air temp without even counting the wind chill. I didn't wanna believe it was minus nine, you know. So I decided I'm just going to believe what I prefer to believe go out there, and you know, sons outguns out, right? No. I didn't matter. Whether I wanted to believe it or not what if it was true. Whatever was true that is actually minus nine. Well, I should probably dress accordingly. Otherwise, I may suffer the consequences. So when I was sent a book, literally, titled what if it's true, I thought I've gotta talk to this guy the name of the book. What if it's true? No, I just not something. I've tweeted ten thousand times this is actually the title of a book by Charles Martin. Who is a multiple New York Times bestselling author. He joins us here today. Live and on demand on the blaze, Charles. How are you? Good. Are you? I'm good, man. What I love about the approach of this is that is starting with that as a title that. We we are living in an era where people believe what they want to believe. Whether it's true or not deserves to be affirmed because they just want it to be true. And and I love the idea of starting with the proposition would if it's true. What if what if things that you don't find convenient at a given time or that you don't find comfortable at a given time still might be true? Anyway. So let's start there and taking that approach in in in the telling of well, maybe the greatest tale ever told start with their Charles. I'm sitting I'm sitting in. This is my office. I'm sitting in this chair one day, and I was working on twelve or thirteen th novel. I'm not quite sure which one and began having this conversation with. The Lord because I've known him a long time. And I talked about my stories all the time. But while while I had this fictions part of my career over here. Also Alibaba study that I've taught for ten or fifteen years in this group of guys that have done life with. And sorta as I've done that over the years is just it just never ceases to amaze me that the king of the universe. The one who spoke me into existence is he Bruce said is the exact representation of the father will pull all things by the word of his power that he literally took off his crown in his ring disrobed hugged, his father. He said, you need adds more rooms on this house. Because when I come back, I'm bringing some of them with me, and then he'd like took. This swan dive out of the flora heaven and ended up here in this really humble gooey mess on a krizner exchange for you in me. Sort of a one way trip, and I just I'm sitting here, you know, working on novel twelve or thirteen unlike Lord, if that's really true, it is I'm asking the question because I believe it's true psalm one nineteen somewhere. There says the entirety of your word is truth. And I believe that. So as I'm talking with him on like. Lord. I would love to push pause fiction for just a little while in right? Using the gift I feel like you've given me to tell the story of you. In my interaction with you in what you've revealed to me in would you let me do that. And so anyway, working with my publisher. You know by two years past two and a half years passing here, we are. So the book that's on your desk. Started literally with me. Just sort of amazed in wondering, it's probably not a whole lot different than CS Lewis. And I'm not set myself on Lewis low they'll show here's act, but there's that great appreciated where he says, let's don't have any of this patronizing nonsense about Jesus being great moral teacher. He did not leave that open to a man who did what Jesus did. Instead, what Jesus did is either a nutjob on the level of poached egg really is the son of God, it's either or black or white no break. And I thought man if I could write the stories of Jesus from that perspective might shake some stuff Lucena's might it might bring people to freedom. When you tell the story at face value. As is. And I think this is the part Charles that makes people uncomfortable made me uncomfortable before I I was a believer. It provokes a response. It is a fairly cut and dried equation. It's an either or here in this case. It's it's not an end. Also, it's not nuanced. He there is who he said he was or he isn't. And that's the part about this. That makes I think people uncomfortable because we have become worked over philosophically by utilitarian, and and pragmatic style of thinking. And so we ride away begin to think of the consequences of believing something and the ramifications of it rather than the the the objective truthfulness of whether it should even be believed. And so we kind of try to reverse engineer the outcome here that we prefer, and that makes this very challenging to people because you're not left that you're not left that luxury. So how did you confront that? As a storyteller or maybe? You didn't Stephen all know that? I did as you're talking. I'm reminded about the parable of the sewer, and when the seed is sown, you know, the birds immediately come in scoop up some of the seed before it ever even has a chance to take root in shallow ground in some scorched. I'll look at that. And I think the truth is so enough in yet. The enemy has a very clear plan to make sure that it doesn't take root that we don't believe that. We don't have a chance to believe it in whatever. I think as I was working on this. I just some of the stories came alive for me. And I'm like, well, Lord, let's take for instance. The woman with the issue of blood. This is a daughter of Abraham a Jewish woman. Twelve years bleeding, spin everything she had penniless. And yet she finds Jesus in the streets in premium or copper nave. He he hops out of the boat is walking up the street towards the synagogue in J Reuss, the synagogue leader comes to him and says my daughter sick. Hurry, come to my house, please he says, okay? And yet, here's this woman in my mind. I I mean Jesus knows she's looking for him. This is not news to him. I almost wonder if he doesn't slow down because they're all these people elbowing him. Finally, she comes up and grabs a hold of. Why does she grab a hold of the him of his garment well-equipped backup in look at the Old Testament in all the prophecies all of the the Lord's instruction about what the cannot was the him of garment and how it represented like in psalm ninety one is protection in his deliverance like when David cutoff Sol's garment in Getty, it represented the Lord's protection of him look in common. It says the son of righteousness has come with healing in his wings. I think that's why that woman was in the street. So she reaches out grabs a hold of him. And he feels the power leave. She feels at enter she's healed from that very moment. But the cool thing I found in looking at that story is that the Lord wanted to heal something deeper. Not just physical ailment. There was something deeper in. That's you know, she's been cast out. She hasn't been allowed access to the temple. She can't touch anybody. Because if she does she's she's defiled them herself and them, she's a mess end yet. He brings her back into the fold because he calls her daughter. Not just I just thought it was a, you know, as I'm sitting here working on it. I feel like it's playing like video in front of my eyes. See the Lord just do this really tender thing with her where he lifts upper Chan 'cause her daughter, I think he did the same thing with the woman caught in the caught in adultery. All these guys bring her. In course, the do. She was with is nowhere to be found. Just typical. And they bring her in there toss in the stone like baseball insane. You let's stone or what you say. He's like, okay. We'll any of you without sin cast, the first on they end up all leaving Jesus is left in the temple with a naked woman. And he's not at all uncomfortable sin Lewis. I think it's a beautiful picture of Jesus is not uncomfortable with us in any condition, which we come to him at all. I don't know that the books full of stories like that. I just tried to look at it through storytellers lens. Because it's the only I have really if I'm being honest when you went to your publisher and said, this is what I wanna do next. What was their reaction? Interesting. A great question. Interestingly the first time my agent, not put it together. He and this is right. When all the hubbub is coming up about the movies. Get one of my book was made into a movie with Idris Elba and Kate Winslet. So this is like all that, you know in the media. There's this the Toronto film festival in all that's come in. So there's some excitement around that yet at my agent in. I take it to these publishers. Nobody bit nobody in New York nowhere. They didn't want anything to do with it. And I said, okay, Lord. Maybe it's not the time. The couple months goes by driving through Nashville on the way to Colorado, and I text my publisher. And I said, hey, daisy. Would you have lunch with me? And she was worried that I was sick or I was leaving going back to New York or whatever I said, no. I'm not I'm not I'm good. I'm not going anywhere. Just I want to ask a favor, and I told her about this book, and I told her what I wanted to do. And I told her I wanted to write it from the standpoint of what if it's really true that the king of the universe did what he did for you in me. Would you? Let me tell that story by the end of lunch. She had a vision for it in med vision sitting on your desk right there. So I they didn't bite, but then daisy caught a really cool vision for an ungrateful tour. Who's the target audience? Every author knows kind of has an idea who is it that is going to be most likely to be reached or they most likely want to reach with the story. They want to tell. Who's the target for this Charles who do you want to reach with this story? All right. I wrote that in the book, I don't know if I can find it. But I don't know that like what I sit out in write my books. I don't know that I ever sit down and say, here's who I'm thinking of. I don't know that ever said out and said, here's the reader. I have in mind. I just I don't have that ability. I'm I'm not that good. If you wanna know the truth to to a great extent, I writing the stories I like to read or. I pray. The Lord once. I do know this since I've since this books come out a book tour started in prison. I was in two prisons earlier this week a federal prison in south Florida in another state prison the largest federal prison in the country in on Tuesday. I was a women's prison, which is the largest women's complex in the country. And I love the fact that five hundred books are now circulating through these prison said I mean, Jesus said it's for freedom that he came to set us free. All those folks might may be behind bars they can still find freedom since the book came out of gotten received Email from Poland Romania Russia. New Zealand stralia. China Europe people who who have or are reading the book also gotten from like, you know, Birmingham, Alabama lady walked into SAM's and saw it on the shelf. So. I don't know that I can tell you, exactly. I mean, if you're broken. This books. Probably for you. Name of the book would if it's true New York Times bestselling author Charles Martin the author. He's been our guest here today on the blaze and excellent job Charles way to let your light shine there. I would've loved to have been in a fly on the wall for some of those publishing contacts as you described when you said, hey, this is kinda what my next project to be just just if nothing else at measured some of the heart rates in the room when you through that across their bow and thankful for the work that you did here. And God bless you, man. Thanks for being with us today. Thanks for having me. I appreciate you bet. That that's a great story in and of itself. If you ask me is the story of of taking this book in the midst of all your other success. And as he said one of his other books is being produced in as into a movie at the moment, you kinda had this pity this inspiration. And then say, hey, and of course, that's where everybody wants to the next thing. You're going to do. You're the new hotness. Right. He's like, yeah. I got an idea this one at you. It was like. But when you when you strip it away in essence, which Herrell said was he here's my idea. Let's use as source material. Here's wanna bestseller you wanna bestseller. Let's let's use as a source material the greatest selling book of all time and stop and think about the fact this guy at his level of success. He is been on the New York Times USA today bestsellers list multiple times. And he says I'm gonna combine my audit. My reach in my audience, my proven ability to sell books and my next source. Material is good to be. A story based off of the greatest bestselling book, ever and stop and think about the fact that that would you would think if we remove all of the religious ideological iconography notions philosophical, if we just strictly said a very successful, author is going to base his next work off of the greatest selling book of all time. If you just looked at it like that, which which publisher would in the right mind say. I don't know if that will work we're gonna pass on at least talked to me. Yeah. No doubt. And but that's not what they did that. That's and that's exactly what they would. They were too afraid to touch. So fascinating story. All right. Let's get today's truth bomb. Didn't intend to line it up this way. But that's the way it's gonna work which is my contri- attempt to sell my latest book truth bombs confronting the lies. Conservatives believed to our own demise available right now. But it'd be best for me in the publisher would be happiest if you bought your copy, Amazon if that's possible. And even more happy will be my children because the counting on dad to come through for that. Disney trip to Christmas this year, which means I'm count on you in the audience to come through. You can get your copy Amazon today if you like the book if you have a chance to leave us a five star review at Amazon dot com. We would appreciate that as well. Thank you, all of you that have done so already today's truth bomb comes via something yesterday. I saw on Twitter. Now, I don't know who David Borman is. But I do know that what he wrote here is brilliant. Social Justice today is really nothing more than cultural Marxism repackaged, attempting to resemble the only real modern social Justice movements women's suffrage and civil rights. Yes. That is exactly correct. The number one tactic of the enemy. Co-option that is the enemies number one tactic. His most preferred tactic. And I think the reason for that is. The idea the notion that every great lie has a kernel of truth. Since we were talking with Charles Martin writing his book inspired by his own bible study will quote the scriptures. There is a way that seems right to man. There's it seems right? It seems right? Feels good feels good. I I was watching on Twitter yesterday. People debate. The character and integrity of God. And using part of their rationale. On it would seem to be. That God would like. So. Just I. Your I'm sorry. Your Twitter handle doesn't say God. So I don't know why the rationale would be it would seem to me. God would not God would blink. That's appreciate that. You know? And that and seven fifty will buy me a coffee that's way too expensive at Starbucks. I I mean. It would seem to me. Did God really say. Are you? Sure. We're just having a conversation is asking questions, we're just wondering. I mean, it would seem it would seem like this is fair. It would seem like this is right. It would seem like this is just it would seem like this is compassionate. It would seem like that to whom. To you. Where's your definition of compassion? Come from. What is your definition of Justice come from? How would you know, those definitions are true? And oh, by the way, where to you get off imposing year definitions upon the rest of us. It would seem right. It would seem good. It would seem compassionate. According to whom. Let me let me reset this here. I can pick this up. What if it's true win? If it doesn't seem right to you is true. What if it doesn't seem compassionate to you is true with if it doesn't seem just to you is true? How would you know? We have a presidential candidate who announced his candidacy this week or last week with really riveting video. It's really well done. A talked about our need for civic unity. And then today went down to the US. And I'm talking about Spartacus. He went down to the US Senate. And basically said if you hold certain religious views, you shouldn't be allowed in government. Where's all that civic unity at? Unity for me. But not for the I'm sure if you were to ask Mr. Booker, he would tell you it would seem right. It would seem just it would seem compassionate. It would seem according to who. According to you. Well, pardon the expression. And I mean this in the most literal way possible, we the hell are you? Literally who the how are you? We care. What seems right to you. Co-option is the enemies. Most preferred tactic all through history counterfeits. Things that seem right. There's been a lot of debate over the years. You know, what does six six six mean in the book of revelation? Is it is it a serial number numerology just pointed out that it's actually the numerology. It spells out Niro. Tom Brady's winning percentage and Super Bowls. Actually, it's that's. Here's the problem. I know for Calvin est pressurised friends, they love that interpretation. All right. Here's the problem though, in numerology it also spills out Ronald Wilson Reagan. So there's that problem. That's sure to it does that too. So there's been a lot of debate over the years for eons. What does it mean? I wonder if it's a simpler definition than we think. It's been, you know, hidden in plain sight the entire time. In the scriptures. The number of completion is what? Seven. So the ultimate counterfeit the perfect counterfeit. It would be so close man so close. So close what numbers the closest to seven. Six three six is you get a trinity of sixes. It's so close man, it it would seem right. It would seem just it would seem compassionate. It would seem to me. It's kind of like a demonic spinal tap house goes up to six s repeatedly over another like an inverse of John Lennon's revolution. We're not number six number six number six. Yes. I I'm not a theologian. I'm just guessing I'm not don't take that literally. I'm just postulating. You know what? I'm just asking questions there. It is see I did there. Why did that going around these days? And it's no longer relegated to one particular political circle. It's all over the place. That's because we are becoming systemically spiritually lost people. So we're looking for the things that seem right seem just seem compassionate. And you here's how you can tell it's a counterfeit Tuckey, but that tweet backup there for just a minute earned for the audience watching us today on the blaze. Here's how you can tell that, our modern scammy social Justice. Is nothing more than cultural, Marxism repackaged. Here's how you can tell. There's there are two hallmarks of every. Every co-option by the enemy. Number one revisionist history happens every time every time. So we just had this whole thing with Martin Luther King day on our show. And we wanted out that he probably wouldn't fit neat and tidy to anybody's political boxes. You know, both sides tribes or go to posthumously claim otherwise. But we also pointed out whole parts of his writings and record are nowhere to be found. In fact, is he even referred to as a Reverend in most circles today, what's he refer to us. Doctor has if he's an academic. He's an academician. He guys he didn't get a PHD economics guys. He didn't get a and get a PHD. And kinesiology quantum physics guy? Okay. So we've completely removed from the public note from the public mindset the faith notions. I I came upon letter from Birmingham jail in AP English. I read it my senior in high school for the first time as part of AP English. How many public schools in America today would would have? The that writing that we shared with our audience if you weeks ago would let that into their curriculum nowadays. Probably not many how many universities don't want you to know. 'cause you might start critical thinking so revisionist history. That's always a hallmark. You know, a tree by it's true. You want the fruit of of co-option from the enemy revisionist history as one. Here's the second. It will always it will always enslave and punish those it's claiming to free. The most. It will always enslave and punish those it's claiming to free. The most. Margaret Sanger wrote in a letter. We don't want word to go out. Here Planned Parenthood. The we're trying to extinguish the negro population. If by any other means a government funded program led to the deaths of thirteen million people of one particular race. We call that a genocide. That's what we call it. But we don't because this is a co option. That's what's happening here. The people that are all that are claims it's helping the most last week we had the story of the lesbian who's now not lesbian enough. So she's got she's she was the only lesbian on the town's human rights board or whatever it was Aaron and she got off yet. She in Baltimore. The only lesbian got kicked off. She wasn't lesbian enough because she actually still believed in Audis kicked her off. It will always punish the ones it's claiming to care for the most always end up the worst off, and that's can tell when you're being scammed or not. That's how you can tell your movements been co by the enemy or not are you doing revisionist history in are you hurting the ones you claim to love more in a moment. Fake news or not here on the blaze this week. Brought to you by friends at Optima tax. It's bad enough. Your IRS problems ruined twenty eighteen don't let the same thing happen in two thousand nineteen as well. Consider what's at stake? When the IRS has you in its sights your paycheck your Bank account, your business. Maybe even your home. You're smart, you know, better than to deal with the IRS alone, you need expert help, but who they're all the same right wrong. Optima Tax Relief is America's number one tax resolution firm. 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But certainly the spirit of it is there, and that we all have a responsibility. To act upon our beliefs and the dignity and worth of every person. Yeah. The reason why she doesn't know where it is. Because not in there. Yeah. So that's I think it's an is area. But you keeps reading it to find it. I wasn't sure if that was a bible study or an NC Pelosi doing an interpretive dance of version of Betty balls with the it's in it's in there somewhere. Hello alec. Tell us what you paid for us today. Yeah. It's it's not in there. That's that's not in there and everything you just saw. There was was fake news. Or if if she's telling the truth that she does read the bible often, she's really bad at reading, comprehension. It's one or the other you can which one do you think it is? I just think she's awful. And I apologize on behalf of Catholicism points. She's catholic. Well, what they're calling Catholic these days. You know? It's all hey, it's all ball various these days, if she would've she said, just you know, I know it's it's in the bible. I know it's in there somewhere. I've heard the bishops say the other day. It's all ball bearings. These days. Yes, you're right. Thank you. Nancy? Thank you. All right clip. Number two is there no room Mark for for governor north to say, hey, listen, I made stupid mistakes in my pass did dumb things. I Virginia was a racist place for a time. But I have made real strides to to move forward and to make up for the things that I did. And I am no longer that person road for that. Indeed. There might have been if it was eighteen eighty four. It was nineteen eighty four guys. Okay. Nineteen eighty-four. Eighty four have gone with would you expect that group in a racist state? You'll be way too hard, and she has the same kind of probing questions back in the cabin days. You know, what snake called in their pissed Katie still yesterday's headlines before they get it up on the site. What I wanna know is if this was before or after the panel on whether or not governor north can or cannot moonwalk. Yeah. Gosh. Kitty used the fact he was he's the victim. He's the victim of the fact he was white and a racist state. Would you expect them to do? What did that actually say in response to that? By the way, the cook goes on he doesn't he isn't. He basically tries to find a way without embarrassing her to say, I don't think that that dog. Don't hunt. Yeah. I don't think that one's gonna work clip number three. So we're I to fake news. Yes. Very clear. And I think the president has been advised of it that if he signs and an executive order declaring national emergency and directing the military to spend money that has not been expressly appropriated for the wall or that it's not been expressly appropriate for eminent domain since much of the real estate in which they want to build the wall, still privately owned. I think it's pretty clear that a court will stop them from doing that. But he might do it anyway, because then he's relieved of the political pressure from his base, which has said he caved on the wall to say, I didn't came on the wall, I was stopped by a black robe life. Tenure charge doesn't understand this as well as I do. So he he might even be able to claim some measure of political victory. If he signs the order. How much of that you buying? Yeah. I was I was gonna I mean part of that is true news and part of that is fake news land. I mean, he's right about in this political boob. As that we live in that. It might not might it would provide Trump some cover for how long I don't know. That's just a that's a psychology experiment, though. That's not I'm not talking about what's morally objectively true or not. But in terms of his analysis. I have problems with. You don't if if there's an emergency declaration for the military to do something you don't need the line item legislation on what it's going to do for. I'm not I'm not saying he should or should not do that. But that's just not. That's a straw man argument there in terms of what what a the legalities of particular emergency declaration. He the judge did use a term there. And I I've alluded to this. When we've talked about this in the past, and that's the imminent domain word. This is. I think people need to understand. That if you are advocating the president to sign an issue in emergency declaration at the border, and I'm not opposed to it. But I don't think it's unconstitutional from what I've studied either. But here here's the thing. I don't think it's as simple to do. As maybe some of you are being sold. Like, I don't think and I don't even think defying the federal judge is a simple we talked with this with Josh Amer at the daily wire yesterday you used to clerk for maybe the most conservative judge in the US court of appeals last year that even if the president says I'm not going to I'm not going to obey federal judges ruling. He he cannot build the wall himself. Layers of infrastructure are required. And. Land is required for that infrastructure to build upon and right now a lot of that land is owned by private landowners. I have got to believe. I'm I'm looking at tweets today of people who live in places like Texas. We won't a lot of rental properties and with last year's temporary tax cut, the amount of state tax that they can they can claim as deduction has been has been capped and they're getting hammered on their tax bills. They're finding out right now. You mean to tell me one of those Texas landowners isn't going to go back to a federal court. And I don't think it's automatic either that the supreme court. Because I don't trust John Roberts anyway. But I could see Clarence Thomas saying. I've got some I've got some private property rights issues with this. I can see guys like Clarence Thomas who voted against kilo twenty years ago whenever it was. I could see them come back and say I'm a little concerned that we're just going to Vala start taking people's land. I'm a little concerned about that. When there's other options militarization of the border. I I'm just saying I don't know that this is as much of a of a simple formula as people think, and I think the judge is right in pointing that out. I actually disagree. This political analysis. I think he takes that tactic. He his presidency is mortally wounded. I've said this all along. And again, I think we have to define what him and I are probably talking about different definitions of Trump's space. If you take what tactic though to be. I couldn't build the wall. Federal judge told me, no. Back after watching you go. Well, yeah. Agreed. I listen per while. Russia's gonna do the eighty seventh version of the Democrats are are killing themselves show. He's been doing since I listened in the nineties. All right. We know what Hannity is going to say. But so I think probably the judge is assuming that's the base talking about. I'm actually talking about a broader group of people that are that should be leading his way politically given the direction the Democrats are going in. He cannot look like a week. 'cause if your argument is the democrat, let me give me make it a practical example. You if you wanna make the argument that the Democrats are taking are so far left and must be opposed. Must be denied power. You can't offer yourself as a weak leader to be the vessel of that angst. If you're weak, then I don't believe you will be that vessel. See I I need. I need the president needs to make suburban women. Hey, infanticide, more than they're more than his Twitter account. I'm going to you're going to hear me say this a lot between now. And in the next six hundred thirty seven days, I'm gonna use this term a lot. He needs to make suburban women hate infanticide. Hey, what's happening at the border more than his Twitter account? If they hate his Twitter account more. He's loose regardless of Spartacus gets elected and Kirk Douglas Spartacus gets gets it doesn't matter. He's gonna lose. But if they hate with the Democrats want to take the country more than his Twitter account. He's going to win no matter who they nominate. That's the fight right there. That's the whole election in a nutshell. Can you make suburban women hate how far left the Democrats want to take the country more than they disdain is Twitter account. That's it right there. I save money on consultants. That's the whole battle. So all posturing all presentation on policy all messaging should be directed at this argument. I undermine my ability to make this argument if I'm a wimp if I'm not a strong leader. Because now, I'm not offering alternative to this. In fact, I'm reinforcing the things about my personality you already don't like. I need you to like me in spite of me because I'm probably incapable of being anymore thoughtful or likeable than I already am. I'm seventy one I am what I am. So I need to make you comfortable with it. And he to make you comfortable with it by proving to you that there are things about my personnel. You don't like that can be used to your advantage and other areas? And one of them would be the parts about me. You don't like our what's gonna drive me to stand up for you against them. But if I don't stand up for you against them. I'm not the Clint Eastwood anti hero. If no Bandidos die. If if we fight if the music fires up, and I come writing on a white horse. But I never shoot my gun. I'm an idiot. I'm a moron. I'm foon. I'm cartoon character. I'm a clown. I'm not the anti hero. You'll put up with unless there's a body count. See where I'm going with this. I have to be a strong leader. Otherwise, I'm clown. That's the battle next clip. History of our country, the history of people underestimating this nation, and we doing possible things. And so we don't need a president is going to put down people or divide people. This is really one of those times in American history. I think we need a revival of civic grace and bringing people together, and that's going to be one of the major themes of my campaign. How do you? Reviving civil great sounds great. But a lot of Democrats say we are past that time in politics. This is not a let's all reason together, and that the nominee for the party needs to be the kind of person can operate in that environment. Well, clearly, again, my career has been fighting and overcoming very difficult political opposition, but we live in a country right now, we have a common pain with Republican or democrat from medical care to working fulltime jobs and still being bull. The poverty line. We have so much common pain in America. But we've lost that sense of common purpose. And so more than ever we need a leadership that's going to remind people that we have a common urgency in this country. We have to find ways of putting indivisible back in this one nation and one of the ways I do that is I questioned the hiring practices in religion. A federal judge nominees the sporting during a Senate confirmation hearing to make sure they have the state accepted religious beliefs fake news. You're not there. So he's already dropped the ball. Is what you're saying? Yeah. Yeah. That's fake. Guys, total hack. That's what I think. All right last clip. But what do you think about the timing of this because I have no way to prove this at all? But this is what my gut tells me he made such a mess with this infanticide situation and brought so much it need Democratic Party. Look very extreme onto his party in Virginia. And then nationally to say, you know, you're going to deliver a baby then you're going to terminate the baby as it's being delivered. He's supported that. And then just a few days later, this Blackfish KKK photo comes out. I'm thinking to myself. This might have even been a democrat was so revolted by this in Virginia. Maybe just shopped it around so before you think that's farfetched the Lieutenant governor of Virginia until yesterday was blaming Ralph north publicly for leaking his metoo problem because he wanted to damage him as a potential replacement and then and now he's actually blaming another inside democrat power broker in Virginia for being the sore. Leaking the story. So he's actually made to inside job allegations. The LG in Virginia has what do you think fake news or not there from Jesse waters timing is certainly facet? Oxfam's razor demands, you at least ask this question and not because it's a democrat versus democrat like Steve off the show enjoyable, but intra-party warfare. This is this is the way it is likely to be fought as not I mean, you can't even after what if we devolved from amongst the most meaningful of conversations, we possibly have culture to among the most meaningless, right? I mean, you can't just you have to out him without you're not gonna out on fantasize. So it has to be this level of sleight of hand on some level. Whether the particulars of whatever Jesse suggesting are true or not it's never going to be just this this above. Blache? We were having a to follow up on what we were talking about last hour with you know, my discussion of outgrow all the World War One documentary. That's outstanding last week. We were having an existential World War Two debate. We knew we were fighting. We knew the lines are drawn. We know one side. We know we know the morality they believe in. We know where they're coming from. And we have a moral obligation to oppose this, right? We're having a World War Two conversation last week. It's all World War One this week. We're sitting out here. Do you know what we're doing here? Do you know what this is about do? You know, why we care? Do you know what it matters what was in a yearbook thirty five years ago, and that has to do with do we need to go back and count? How many black soldiers he served with? And if he saved any how many black people's lives, or how many people successfully treated, I mean, what do you know, what the point of any of this is just the next episode of black near just like it was the Covington boys, and it'll be two weeks. We'll be ridiculously absurd again. That is exactly right. So there's been some potential fake news with Ruth, Bader Ginsburg, and we've not addressed on our show because basically it's people doing this. Nice. It's like a death wish you know, where is she where she been yesterday. The Washington Post reported that she showed up at a celebration of life. Now, there are no photos of her there. And I just wanna tell the Washington Post. I thought you did this disturbance with that. That, you know, we're not huge fans of conspiracy theories on this show in general, and they could have dispelled those if they would have shown instead of a file photo from two and a half months ago with the story, if they you know, would have everybody's got a camera on their phone have the reporter who knows she was there. Take out a picture of the camera. There's no votes there and take a photogr a photo of Ruth, Bader Ginsburg. So we can put all these crazy rumors to rest and they didn't do that yesterday. And I thought they were not again a failure of journalism from the Washington Post yesterday in finally putting all the crazy Ruth Bader Ginsburg stories home title, walk will protect your home's title from home title fraud for just pennies a day. Don't find out when the bills come or you can't refinance or get the he lock is someone did it in your place pretending to be you. 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