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"sunset gower" Discussed on Mental Illness Happy Hour

Mental Illness Happy Hour

01:42 min | Last month

"sunset gower" Discussed on Mental Illness Happy Hour

"About eckhart tolle, the new earth. I thought I loved that book. That was a really good book. And cutting through spiritual materialism, I thought was good, because it illuminate to me how the ego still worms its way in. To manufacture the illusion of control. And when those are the three right off the bat. Great. And Willie moscone winning pockets billiards. It was one of the first books I remember a comedian oh God, Dave, I forget his last name. He was an Indianapolis comic, and he said, yeah, I'm really good at pool. Maybe you've read my book. It's called what am I stripes? I actually, you know, it taught me, I got really good at pull playing with Rogan. Yeah. Because I used to play with Joe when I was on a show on UPN, that's own flower going back. And he was on the baseball show before news radio. And the Hollywood athletic club, we would meet at the end of it, but I think he was at sunset gower and we would just go up there and shoot pool and yeah, he's really good. He gave my Pookie, I got a Richard black pool cue. He gave me. I think I traded him for a desk chair because I had an old godfather chair. And I was moving to New York, and I think he wanted the chair. So he gave me a pool kill got a metal joint. I referral really nice. No idea. It's really nice. Adam, thanks so much, buddy. Good to see you, baby. I love making new friends. It's funny, you know, he and I were aware of each other for decades, but our paths never crossed. And I'm glad they did. We are sponsored this week by nourished..

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"sunset gower" Discussed on Live From Detroit: The Jeff Dwoskin Comedy Show

Live From Detroit: The Jeff Dwoskin Comedy Show

05:16 min | 9 months ago

"sunset gower" Discussed on Live From Detroit: The Jeff Dwoskin Comedy Show

"They pulled the stories and they plugged them in and my has been played a few times. And that's fun that's cool. That's how oh. I'm sorry matt what's what do is that a big deal. Why is that a big. I don't know. I mean there's no money associated with the moth and you know like if they would call me and say like you know you won the moth a few times. We think you're great. Why don't you come and see something that i'd be excited. But they're not it's in. It's a huge nonprofit. It's a big industry now and they are doing great stuff so they're okay all right new topic. Let's talk about your commercials that you've done. Because i watched your commercial real and i think i could watch those commercials like a hundred times. Arou- those cell funny right. I made the pancake machine. Which i actually wanna get some of the classics weekly pills order and organizer cooling gel pads church of later day saints power back. I wanted to know what you were talking. John travolta about that he got up about latino. He was magazines hair. You know there was a there was a spot on his hair that was when he was always painting his head and you know he had to hairstylists on him that night. You'd so it was like three in the morning. First of all we shot my call. Time was a two. Am at sunset. Gower studios to interview john travolta for his new movie called ladder forty nine. This is like two thousand five. This is a while ago. But anyway so i met at three am sick our studios or two am and then the coltan. The call timeless chew and we started shooting at three. And that is. I learned later that he keeps the hours. Like l ron hubbard. Capped in the scientology organization. He was always up all night. So john travolta also kept those hours by the way. I parked next to john. Travolta's car and had like a subaru and his car was can't remember the exact car. I should make it up but it was a really nice sports car and i knew it was his. Because i think those even travolta on it or something was travolta..

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"sunset gower" Discussed on QUEERY with Cameron Esposito

QUEERY with Cameron Esposito

06:06 min | 9 months ago

"sunset gower" Discussed on QUEERY with Cameron Esposito

"Did you think you would be looked at and known to the degree that you are. I don't. I don't know that i am degree that i am that you know. I know i right to the degree that you're saying no to agree that i am maybe which is less than the degree that you're suggesting i would say like the the cool thing that about like. I dunno just generally like uncomfortable with this aspect of it. I mean i like the the re- the reality of the starting like pod. Save america crooked media was it really was from like eight an authentic place of. Hey i think there's room for the kind of conversation we've been having on this other show especially now and so many of our friends and so many members of our family. We're like texting us like. Hey what do we. What do we do now. We're also miserable and And i remember I called the night of the election. And i called my partner ronin. He happened to have not been in l. A. that night. And i think he was. He was with his mother Who is Mia farrow who is an actress and I was saying. I was so overcome and i was like i. Don't i feel like. I want to get back into politics in some fashion like that very night i was like. I don't know how we move forward right now. But i really feel like i'm not going to. I don't know how many like rate up pilot. I don't know how to do any of that right now. I feel so overwhelmed. Like there's gotta be some way we can redouble what we're doing and with These podcasts john and tommy. We were having that conversation. They were feeling the same way. And i remember me said something along the lines. She made some reference to some Eastern european political leader. And she just went you know. He was a failed screenwriter. I two and i was like first of all on the radio to say i'm not ready to. I'm doing okay out here. I'm getting staffed all over the place. Let's not say the failed word. That's unfair but like i think she was really speaking to like. Hey maybe it's time to like figure out what to do in politics. And what john. And tommy and i talked about with crooked was like based on what happened in two thousand sixteen. So much of our politics has moved to media. Like media is really what has been driving a lot of the broken us in our politics whether it's right wing propaganda or kind of punditry in general that treats politics like a game like that was the place we thought we could like. Try to have an impact and where we the most frustrated that the response is what the response has been was like genuinely surprising and also like surprising implies we we expected some other outcome. I don't know that we were thinking that way like we were just like. Let's try this right now like i. I think it's hard. I mean it's har- i try to. It's hard to put ourselves back. In the kind of like november december january february two thousand sixteen to twenty seven turnover mindset. Like we were in a dark place me. We still are to this day. But like the the uncertainty of what was about to unfold I really don't think we were thinking that far ahead. Yeah i hear you. Where were you election night. We were in l. a. We were doing a livestream for our for keeping it. Sixteen hundred with the ringer. So we like watched a lot of the election. Unfold in real time on screen and i remember i like there. Was this moment. Where i i was talking to a friend on the phone and the at that point we thought we were still going to win pennsylvania so we didn't realize how much of it was slipping away already but we are realizing based on where the numbers were that we had to win michigan and it wasn't looking sure wasn't even looking probable and i remember that moment i was like oh my this is really happening. This is really happening. And then i looked to my right. And there were group of background actors online for some network procedural at this studio waiting for their boxed lunch. I like up in the evening and i remember looking at all those people in line waiting for their sandwiches and just being like am i from the future. Do people not know what's about to la that was on the we were on the sunset. Gower lot doing. Sure occasional lines james. You know sense. Our you know just down the street. I was at a franklin h. You know what's your dream. Yes we really were. That's like a half mile from each other. We were half mile from each other Having separate nightmares. Yeah i added tuesday night request show at the time and so excited to be on stage and then to have the producer break in all the states of sand on my god. It also wasn't even like it wasn't an election special. it was just like a standup shows. So there were just comics booked. Who were like i mean. Of course everybody knew what day it was. But i just mean nobody. Nobody was like dressed in red white and blue. Nobody like brought there like a game of political jokes. It was like a bunch of people. Kinda like bothered holik pizza or like you know. Blow jobs or like whatever they were going to talk about and then it was just harrowing. I love the daily early. An improv improv. Show that night and and somebody's out there like somebody Somebody shout out of restaurant and somebody shouted a fascist takeover. Gimme gimme gimme a fascist dictator. And gimme a job. Gimme a job. That i actually i was at. I read into somebody again. Who i didn't remember meeting so sorry to this person. If for some reason they ever hear this. But i had no memory of this person was and.

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"sunset gower" Discussed on True Love

True Love

07:47 min | 10 months ago

"sunset gower" Discussed on True Love

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You can get one hundred dollars off your first month with promo code. Wonder that's talks. Base dot com. Promo code wonder. Why do you always make late because it takes time to turn this six to seven it. What universal you were seven best friends with the movie stars automatic two points with driving down sunset boulevard headed to sunset. Gower live for the big screen test. I got on my four two four shades and my lucky go chain back in the early days when i was first start now screen tests my strong suit which is saying a lot because a screen test can make or break you in this town but this one. I don't feel so good. All those is only judging me for what happened in vegas a former teen star going off. The rails has got to be the biggest cliche in the biz. So yeah i've got a lot riding on this one. I got the eric daniels here. Okay on list la five. Hey eric what's up player. Eighteen a minute your man just doing my thing cool cool. I was just wondering how the temperature was what temperature other bellagio water. Valtin saw dog. Shit was funny turnaround. Man let's go. I can do soaps. Soaps ain't that bad they can make my character twin and pay me double. Joe you gotta chill dog. I think it's tom to reach into my last resort pocket. I swear to god if you pull out a sock puppet. Nah dog check it. I got some of those muscle relaxes. That i got down may goal for my anxiety. What the hell are you. So anxious about. Talk life What the hell. I need something damn dog. I hasn't watered by the way. I think you're only supposed to take half. Hey maybe it'll work twice. As can we move light six inches to the left that you can't guess what i end moving heads up. Okay maybe you can. This is so cliche. I am on a sound stage on sunset boulevard waiting for my screen tests. She'll be thrilled. A screen test is the only thing standing between me and my first hollywood role. The steppingstone to migrate india future. But i am not thrilled fuming. Because the guy i'm supposed to test what still is in here. He's not even not here. he's more than thirty minutes late. Zoos will you get a double monkey auto slow drip soy milk to sweeten low packs and spoon on the side not the big spoon. The small one. That's lee crawford the director. He did big-time commercials before he got this movie. You know that. Add on a super bowl where helen mirren gets shot. Out of a cannon into a fly tesla that was him and here. I am standing off in the corner trying not to get in anyone's way. emma wetsuit. yes they put me in a wet suit and let them is most standing costume. They wanna be sure. I can read lands. Ambi that the same tom. Oh well at least the blackest slimming. That'd be there you are. I didn't think it was possible. But the casting directors hairs even more frazzled than the audition. I've been here the whole time. Am i seriously that invisible. Hey as long as you're here. I've question about the squid k. Mart character sunshine. She has powers right right. A you have the power of the sun at your disposal o. k. But if i have. The power of the sun is fighting infinity because fly boise hero. I'm glad you're getting these questions out. Now do not wanna be asking the director. These kinds of questions here comes your scene partner. The great eric daniels in the flesh. I looked up some of his movie clips on youtube. Sure the boys good-looking. I'll give them that. Big brown eyes long lashes one of those khaki grins and he's not a bad actor but half the time i can tell he's phoning it in a girl can spot this shit but he must have something. The public loved him until they didn't folks here. The what the hell is wrong with him. I mean other than the wetsuit. Shit i thought mine was tight. You can see like everything but something is off. Eric meet abby. She's an up and coming in the actress. Abby this is love you in fourteen wins to die due to to get acquainted. Do minute warning. Why's it so bright in here. Giving me a case in the squint dis. The what. Ola camera guys is pulled out that clapping thinking action stone. This can't be happening. I'm ready to give it my all in this. Nickelodeon reject has a big as goofy grin on his face actors. Take your marks. please looking around. does anyone else. But they're all looking at me shit. My mark roe sound camera fly screen tests. Take one mark. Am i really going to have to do this whole god. don't over. think this abbey action. I said action. Why isn't air talking. It's his line wait. Did he forget line. And why is he staring at me. Like i have something in my teeth. You can't stop me right right right. I remember now you. you can't stop me. Sunshine infinity must be brought down brought brought holy shit. His pupils look like black holes. Is anyone seeing. They're all acting like this is totally normal he's gonna blow it from me dink.

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"sunset gower" Discussed on It's Been a Minute with Sam Sanders

It's Been a Minute with Sam Sanders

07:32 min | 11 months ago

"sunset gower" Discussed on It's Been a Minute with Sam Sanders

"You know what i'm saying right. Yeah well you know it's interesting you bring this up like i have done it in walking around for this movie in these discussions spent a lot of like you know the metoo movement discussions and all of these things and it is so interesting to think like wonder how many of the men have been asked this question about how how they feel like things have changed since last last year. Because i feel like. I've been asked that question so many times. Which is a weird question just to feel like one human with of china can speak for the women for an expert right. Yeah this is a very interesting anyway. It's a very interesting time. is it not. Do you get tired of that question. I don't know if i get tired of the question because it certainly is. I'm glad that conversations are still happening. But i still wanted to feel i. I hope that it still feels fertile. Yeah get back into. I just i guess they start paying attention. Are we still feeling. What's the like arriving living changing heartbeat in it. You know what i mean like. What's the what's actually being discussed rather than is it just. Because you're a woman happened to me to question and yeah and what does that mean. And then it's like you have all of these thoughts about the world industry but you still gotta just go to work. Well this is. This is what i think. This is an awesome segue sam. It's hard because you can't really bring it to your gig like you have to walk in. I mean at least in this gig. I have to walk in in the role into the into the room and not have. Because if i'm conscious of any of that then that's like a that's an inhibitor. To me gets in the way like. I can't walk in thinking about a big picture. It can't be like an issue movie. Otherwise i also don't think it hurts like it has to be humorous. How do you separate. How do you turn that switch on and off. 'cause you're an activist like you are involved in politics outside of your work and you and you we all are. Do you have a problem. Take leaving politics at the stage door. I guess no as a performer. I feel like who people are Their bodies our politics. You know what i mean. Yes so like the alice. Feel like if i try to articulate something then it kind of then. I'm i don't want to be. I know how to describe it sam. I'm trying to like. I'm trying to burn that through real tight canal right now. A lot of birdies all ever push the that used to be back in the day gave birth. Like this you squad. That's the way you should. And then they had you do like this because the doctors found it easier. It's easier for the doctors. What the hell is honestly it's gravity. it's like taking. Yeah yeah and then they had you lay on the back and they put you in stirrups. You can't move. It's just trying to like uphill like you can't. It's crazy yes. I love that we kind of like swallowed out of my crowning. Try to articulate. Go back to talking about like you not feeling like you can't be a spokesperson for all women or for your entire industry and like. How do you feel incredibly. No i do feel very political credibly like very passionately. But i'm like it's it's maddening. I mean that is an understatement of the century again. Like i can't. I can't even maddening funny. It's a healthcare. look everywhere you like. It's like you can't even. I can't even turn anywhere. it's like even just on top of everything else. There was like climate change report. That was like oh and then there's around the just cleared from the fires. I know we're waiting for mudslides. Might not have that as long as we thought is. Yes i mean i remember. I look at my children. And i'm like how do i protect them from like crippling anxiety because it is. It's it's bananas just so anyway. work is. I would say at this point a an escape. So we'll food. yeah. I mean i. It's always been the place where i feel like. I think articulate the beginning of the place where i've always thought the most like. Yeah for sure up next kathryn. Hahn on marfa. Texas one of my favorite spots in the world and i love. Dick talked about private life. Which i just enjoyed early but i wanna talk about like your other work. 'cause you've been busy the last few years and one of the things that i've actually watched two or three times now. Is i love dick. Oh you have have got to tell you. I please with marfa texas. I'm from san antonio and for year in a row. Now i stopped in marfa for like five or six days before i go home for thanksgiving so i was just there a few weeks ago again with friends in airbnb and made us. I'll watch out. I watched that show a lot. Oh that's it's a good. And i've walked through some of the places where y'all have shot friendship the station. There are public radio. Oh in the old gas station. I had to get changed in there a few times. That was like a little A makeshift dressing room. That's beautiful i love. I just had a sweet email exchange with rob Weiner's like the head of gianotti. Yeah i loved marfa so much. And i love that show so i love the way that you bring to every role but something about the character. You played in that show the entire time. You are this volcano waiting to explode in their such intensity in every movement. In every i roll in every whisper and it's it's beautiful expression of how everyone whether they show you this or not everyone in that same way is barely holding it together. Everyone has like the the the stove. Top on top of the boiling water. And you do that in that show so well sam. This is really actually seeing. Sarah pins tonight's writer anyway. I can't wait to tell her. Yeah we that means a ton. i loved it. God i really that. Yeah that experience. I'll hold very dear. It was a really tough one. It seems hard place to live for that. Yeah how did you get to that place in. Stay in that place because you're in that mode for the whole arc in you have to be there. How long was a shootout. Like three hairs locked in my hair. it was. How long does that shoot about three months three months for three months. Now we don't really live there for We shot in at sunset. Gower out here for the bulk of the interior. Okay then we were there for like three.

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"sunset gower" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

06:11 min | 1 year ago

"sunset gower" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

"About aaron rodgers. Like i am every day. I worry about him. I i feel like this is not my business. I'm just gonna come right out and say that on the front end. I feel like involving myself in his personal relationships and engagement and possible secret. Marriage is none of my concern right. I'm a little worried though. Because there was an interview with sailing woodley where she said. She had not watched a football game before meeting. Aaron rodgers and i find that impossible to believe i did you not have. Pe class like you never seen the super bowl. Like how have you not seen football before. Aaron rodgers at furthermore like do not shop for insurance. You've never seen state farm commercials. I just i feel like maybe. He surrounds himself with people that not him particularly but like it's hard for celebrities at people of note to not be surrounded by people that like know them for what they do and like just fawn over them right but i feel like this might be an over correction right like you have to have seen football before aaron rodgers. Right she was like a child star. Billy i could actually believe this. She grew up in california and was acting from a young age. She was probably very into like the musical theater. Acting lifestyle. didn't have a lot of time to watch the super bowl. I believe it. I mean a grease do. They not have a football team in the high school. Where greece takes place like. I'm sorry i just. I find it impossible to believe and also like let's say you're twenty nine or whatever age is right and you just come upon football right away. Do you like look at it like an all like. Oh my god. What are we doing over there. That ball that's shaped we're like. Wow look at the coordination like explain this to me like you. Just come upon football. And you didn't know that this was going on that your boyfriends slash fiancee's lies husband his like great at it. The quote is. I don't know him as a football guy. I know him as like the nerd who wants to host jeopardy. That's the dude. I know and i heard a caged chicken muff a muffled fraud from cage. Chicken back there somewhere and see that wittingham wants to get in on the fun. I also don't know where stu gods is. He was counting his money the first hour and now he's just simply left. Maybe just pleased with himself because he invented that a pirate kicked baseball on a play. We were talking about against his team. I feel like there's a little stugatz in woodley she could've just said i'm not a big football fan. But she flew by and she's like never seen a game never even seen a football before my entire life took a lie three steps too far. How is it even. You mentioned a child star. There's no universal you can live in i. i understand. She's from australia. That's one thing. But an american born actress was never around a super bowl party ever once. That's impossible it is impossible have gone through life being your twenties and have never been invited to super bowl. Party never been near a super bowl party and even at a super bowl party where people aren't caring about football there's always the one player everyone turns. Oh yeah football and then go back to what they were doing otherwise like there is not a universe in which an american born child could not have experienced a football game once also kinda question and again. This is in our place to do but now that we're here. I kind of question the whole. I know him as like this nerdy jeopardy guy like where in hollywood circles. Are you hanging out where there's just nerdy jeopardy people who have access to you because the people that have access to you in hollywood are football players. Okay like we're not going somewhere where it's like. Oh here's the jeopardy section of this party that's not how this goes when you're on a list and stuff like that it's nfl players is professional athletes. It's hollywood stars where you at like an agency party. Do you guys have the same agent. And you're like oh well how did you get into like well. I just really liked jeopardy. So let me into this. Big hollywood suare. That's not true. Billy like actresses and actors hang out with other artists like the hang out with musicians like costume designers painters like all types of different artists. They don't just hang out. With like jared goff at a party. That's not what he's playing like this. They're in a scene. That's why it's called like a scene. You know like ken jennings is not an artist. Yeah yeah the the. The charity can the jeopardy category had one person in it for forty five years. And they're trying to replace him now like there is not all these jeopardy hosts around. Because there's only one jeopardy host. If ken jennings was built like a football player and looked like aaron rodgers. He might be invited to these parties. He aaron rodgers also hangs out with other actors and actresses like he's got connections. That's how he gets to. The party's not just because he's a football player like wait. Why does he have those connections. Okay video player. But i mean he's not going to the party as i'm the quarterback of the packers he's gonna parties like i'm a part of the scene state farm. Get outta here. I wanna always getting into these parties. Billy when you're in the scene you don't have to say what you do. People just know who you are. Ken jennings is not in the seat but if she doesn't know football she's never watching a football game in her life. How would you know who earn. Rogers is does. She met him at a party and she was like. Oh what does that guy do. Oh yeah he was on jeopardy. Last night i don't know there is The remainder of the quote quote. I've yet to go to a football game. And before i met him i had never seen one football game before. I just didn't really grow up with sports especially american sports. It never really was on my radar. Guillermo put it on the poll what wittingham said is there a universe where an american born person couldn't have seen a single football game and also let's just replay the sound that we wrestled away from espn of keegan. Michael key meeting olivia munn and then realizing aaron rodgers was near a levy on and this somehow is what happens when someone does know who aaron rodgers is. I was leaving my office. One day at sunset gower studios. And i went over to visit a friend of mine. Who was shooting on the tv. Show the newsroom. With jeff daniels and i'm looking down the way and i see olivia munn. The beautiful olivia munn. She sees me. And i see her and she beeline for me. Be lines for me. And she comes up. Hi i'm live..

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"sunset gower" Discussed on The Watch

The Watch

02:41 min | 1 year ago

"sunset gower" Discussed on The Watch

"Mean like. There's no there's there's a certain almost like Not fakeness but like like old fashioned sense to the show that i kind of enjoy. You know like i kind of do like it's like. Oh yeah you guys shot this At silver copper at at sunset. Gower wherever you shot this. And that has more of like i think an impact on me than whether or not someone cursing on that set because as we've seen with a we haven't gotten let's talk about this but kevin fuck himself in a bunch of shows that have sort of subverted quote unquote. The it's live. It's in front of a live studio audience on a say we're doing weird stuff you know and i think some of those shows are more successful than others. I think great to talk about. Kevin could fuck himself at some point. But it's it's it's wild to watch those shows and get that little bit of a jolt of like. Oh yeah this isn't this is not on and it's not just because of the commercials. No i think you're right. It's not just the language it is. It is a rhythm to in just a vibe and one of the things that that tv traders can work with or that. They can find working against them. Is the expectation game. This is being presented to me in this format. That i'm familiar with her with these stars that i'm used to or on this network where i get my other helpings of x. And then it doesn't feel like that. And i wonder if that contributed a little bit to my like at like we're saying i love fain carla shows and i loved watching many episodes of unbreakable kimmy schmidt but i also didn't give it my same level the same level of as i did thirty rock and partly for me that was because the episodes you know they could put all the jokes they wanted and more jokes is great but when it tina fey and robert carlyle comedy is twenty six minutes twenty nine minutes thirty two minutes. It's a very different experience. Went into this. Like almost impossibly dangerously tight twenty one minutes and i had a similar reaction to a series that we won't comment on. Finish it yet but like mike. Rutherford falls also kind of fell into that zone. Where maybe it's on me as much as it is on them. Where i was like i am ready. Bring me the next parks and recreation type of energy. I understand how it's going to be delivered to me but it was. It was doing something more interesting than not necessarily more interesting doing something different than that was doing. Its own thing and exploring. Its own path in the type of story at wanted to tell in the ten episodes that it had because it was made for a streamer and so at. What point does my expectation trip me up versus the execution and i knew we had a couple more things to get to but that is that's an interesting. Let's put a pin in that for when we talk about the apple tv plus show physical which we're going to do momentarily. Let's take a quick break. We can do that next. This.

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"sunset gower" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

01:46 min | 1 year ago

"sunset gower" Discussed on KFI AM 640

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"sunset gower" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

08:53 min | 1 year ago

"sunset gower" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"Lee sees got her bills playing tonight against the Chiefs. My guess is she's already filled with terror. I mean, a big one that dolphins right on their heels. I mean, put it on the pole. The Dolphins foreign away with the best point differential in their in their division, even though it's you know, it's a small sample, but I'm sorry, Christine Lee, See we interrupted you. And finally, NASA and Nokia are putting a four G network on the moon. How about that? Of course. Of course, we're going to need that. At some point. I live on the moon at some point and play football. Corona virus scored on them under all circumstances. Yes, we need to play football. I suspect the game will slow down some I would imagine, But regardless, we will still watch it. And I'm guessing that Faulty equipment and collisions and stuff might be problematic Words. You just somebody spinning off into orbit. But whatever will do it because we want a football. I'll watch it in any form. Christine, are you Are you scared? I can't imagine. There's a worst feeling in the sport than than facing the Kansas City Chiefs. I woke up nervous at four. So yes, I got problems. Okay, So you woke up nervous and four because And what's your level of trust in Josh Allen this evening? I have a lot of trust in Josh Ideo. Patrick Mahomes makes me nervous. He that guy on the sidelines as long as possible. Run the football. Damn it. That is a good plan. But I think he will listen to you on that front gods. I want to talk to you about. The celebration. Aaron Rodgers head yesterday that Troy Aikman talk was a diehard commercial because Bruce Mill of Bruce Willis are friends and advance auto parts have done a fun and funny advertising campaign using Bruce Willis die hard movies with their diehard battery, and so they're bringing back the diehard battery and for some reason, when Aaron Rodgers was in the end zone, doing a tribute to key and Peele Troy Aikman said. I don't know what that is. I mean, it was a very sensual moment. I will explain it to you in a second. If you have not seen it, it's as good as the Packers felt yesterday was 10 nothing they were feeling themselves. Aaron Rodgers had just been hit as he was headed into the end zone and a rep just immediately through a flag because that's the reflex now in the NFL quarterback gets hit hard on Ah, throw a flag, even though it seemed like a everything was fine like you just got hit because you know why he was trying to score headfirst, and that's like the gold line is a dangerous place. But Oh, just automatically throw flags. Any time someone's hit hard, who plays the quarterback position? We should just let state farm throw the flags honestly. Just just allow a state farm representative. Ah sponsored flag thrower. Just whenever a quarterback is hit too hard felt so old. I think it was Antoine Winfield. Junior that laid that hit on Aaron Rodgers. No way. Wait among Winfield. Are you kidding me? Wait a minute. You felt older in that same game. This is from Albert Breer. You felt old Tom Brady is shaking hands okay? After the game with Jon Runyan. Jon Runyan. Junior. What? Wait at Michigan with Jon Runyan. He's looking out across the field to shake the hand of the guys who played with college, their sons. It's never gonna end and so anyway. Tom Brady ends up winning by four touchdowns in that game and the celebration I wanted to tell you about because God. Taking Michael, he told us the story. Now you can make the argument that this is one of the best comedy duos we've seen. There aren't that many to choose from. But key and Peele did it very well for a long time and then graduated to other things even better than what they were doing. As a comedy duo that really ended up Stop helping establish the entirety of the channel around them right. Like they helped. They helped build everything that was around them because people were hunting them down as streaming services changed everything else. People we're trying to find. Let me see this comedy Skip team at a time when I doing a whole lot of comedy skit. Seems so. There is one day that Keegan Michael Key met Aaron Rodgers and met Olivia Munn when they were together. And here is the story that he tells before I get to the celebration that Aaron Rodgers had yesterday. Back when it felt good, attend nothing. I was leaving my office one day at Sunset Gower Studios, and I went over to visit a friend of mine who was shooting on the TV show the newsroom with Jeff Daniels. And I'm looking down the way and I see the beautiful Olivia Munn. She sees me and I see her and she'd be lines for me and she comes up. Hi. I'm live, and I'm a big fan of your work. And I said, and I'm kicking. I'm a big fan of your work and your face and everything else, everything else that's standing right here. I'm a big fan, And then there's this big, kind of bulky kind of hunky guy standing there. I'm not like be my boyfriend, Aaron. All of a sudden I couldn't care less Olivia Munn wass. I just like looking at the guy, You know, I don't even say hello. I just go up north. So how do you imagine he felt? How do you imagine when I tell you that one of the skits that they did right on the line a little bit dangerous as some of the stuff that they did was where they were celebrating the over celebrating of football players. And unfortunately for Keegan, Michael Key, he doesn't have the body to pull this off as funny. As you know, you think that he's got the same body was either one who ended up doing the actual celebration of Kinkle mechanical as I call him Hingle, Miss Kringle, Barry. I think it was him in the arm. Not that's one of the things that you just remember like the pump rule the three pump rule, but I thought the reason I thought it was peel is because it was physically funnier. Tohave Peel, do it, where a referee is getting real close to his To his loins, waiting to see anything in the way of a celebration. All he's got is his arms over his head like Aaron Rodgers, and there's this long pause and the camera was on him after scored at the goal line long pause. The announcers don't know what he's doing. He's just standing there with his arms over his head. And then he just gently pelvic thrusts in a way that the referee was waiting for in the key and Peele skit but made Troy Aikman very confused and think it's somehow had to do but die hard battered. For truth, it was it is among the most Actual things we've ever seen on a football field, a second only to Jared Allen getting a $15,000 filing for slapping his thigh during a sack celebration like a weight lifter and the NFL, hitting him with a sexually charged fine of, you know, whatever. It was 10 to $15,000. It was all downhill after that, though, for Erin, it really was, but that we have that one. I went toe my garage to get a shovel. Ted to just start throwing dirt on Tom Brady's like, say when he was presumably down, it was 10. Nothing. And then then I'm telling them Big six and relations and then another interception right after that, it was almost another pick. Six. By the way, is a good defense. They got over there in Tampa. Well, let me ask you this question, because this happens to me a lot for a player. Who is this kind of great. Very often get a couple of games into the season and I'm like nobly and Dominic. It's Sue, is there What is that what they have in the middle of their defense coming after you like that's happened, like three or four times in the last five years run like, Oh, And they got endemic and sue as well. I think the surprise is that she was still there because he was there last year. He was like in that honey Badger Jadeveon, Clowney, just mercenary. You're going to pay me 14 million for one season and then I'll go find someone else to pay me 14 million for another season. Might they have a good defense? They also have an offense that scored more points than the offensive. The NFC Hold that thought. Let's sell some ad. It is a little odd. This is by the way going. You didn't know what down it was a week ago. Yeah, that's how much it changes. But how about this? You say changes on one end He was senile, and we were wondering if it was senility not watch. See, now doesn't know what down it is Kevin Clark on the Packers from the ringer. The Green Bay Packers have at present is going into the game. The best offense in history. No team is a particularly close second there. 3.67 points scored per drive through their first four games not only leads football Leads every offense that has ever played football. 2000 Patriot 2007 Patriots long considered the gold standard for innovative, supercharged offenses. That's Moss right? That's most of the month average about half a point less per dry. The 2020 Packers lead the NFL this season points and yard per play all until yesterday, when Tom Brady Director resurrected like the undertaker Gods tell the people about advance auto.

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"sunset gower" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

01:58 min | 1 year ago

"sunset gower" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Watch our 2020 Iron Radio Music Festival this Sunday and Monday night at 85, No matter what you think about the leadership on this, no matter what you think about health officials, no matter what 200,000 is a sad number. Wake up call. It just makes you sad mornings at five. A lot of people on K F I Okay. If I am six for its convoy show George Noory is coming up. Next. George is some big shot, Tim. First couple hours, Jury. Corsi, the author is joining us. He's the one who went through the Mueller investigation. We're going to talk about the election. Coben 19. And then later on investigative reporters, Cheryl Jones joins us talking about genetically modified mosquitoes down in Florida. Excellent. I'll be there, man. All right, Timmy. Alright, Thanks, George, Noory and coast to coast. The marches going eastbound. It looks like on sunset right past that Denny's that crazy Denny's where there's always mischief happening. Any irrational lot of protestors. Couple 100 Mountain in Hollywood. So now we have a slight of vehicles, their light up and it looks like that's Sunset East found what they're trying to do, Teo near Gala investors that air marshal here such set towards the freeway and the Desmond they're heading east founder Westbound. Eastbound way are headed eastbound right now. Eastbound on subset and Gower getting ready to worry way. Yeah. Yeah. Howard at Gower. We asked Elsa read out our call Those intersections for your sake, Somebody motion to the South People point. That's where the Denny's is that sunset Gower that crazy Denny's is go south out on Gallo your cups ambulance now, So if you ever go, Teo crazy, Danny The riots are no mischief that Denny's is in about half of them clear the sunset in Gower's.

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"sunset gower" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

02:26 min | 2 years ago

"sunset gower" Discussed on KCRW

"Some afraid of going to jail and but I tell him like there's so many artists that have mugshot you know so I don't have a March I am trying to go to jail but is this for the right purpose and you look back in history and see all the stuff is already happened before do you really not scared anymore should far came to the protest prepared he had the number for the national lawyers guild written on his hand yeah I know that if you are detained my roommate has a list of instructions on what to do all these people in order there is money for bail here's where it is I'll tell you what precinct on mac mobilize up to four hundred people were reportedly arrested in Hollywood after officers declared an unlawful assembly and ordered people to disperse many of those arrests were for violating curfew but there were also numerous instances of vandalism and looting during the evening hours TV images showed a group of people ransacking breaking windows and ransacking a rite aid store at the countercultural ping center at sunset Gower authorities at the federal level say they're investigating the unrest that's unfolded over the last several days in southern California the FBI joint terrorism task force has been tapped to identify instances where criminals have commandeered legitimate protests KCRW's MacCallum has that story the feds are working with local authorities to pinpoint what they called quote organizers instigators and participants in serious criminal activity looting fires and vandalism of broken out in communities across the region from Santa Monica to San Bernard Dino to Huntington beach in a statement US attorney mechanicals the protests stemming from the death of George Floyd meaningful and completely understandable well as office says it supports peaceful demonstrations panas as a faction of criminals are taking advantage of the period of unrest ransack businesses and wreak havoc the assistant director of the FBI field office in LA says the bureau works to safeguard constitutionally protected free speech but it does not tolerate criminal activity the FBI plans to partner with city and county law enforcement to pursue federal prosecutions where warranted the FBI is asking for the public's help they're seeking information about individuals who may have been using the protests to incite violence or carry out criminal activity photos videos or other tips can be submitted at FBI dot gov slash violence the case here W. I met Gillam and as counties around California re open on different timelines Santa Barbara is pressing pause the county will take a week to.

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"sunset gower" Discussed on KPCC

KPCC

01:45 min | 2 years ago

"sunset gower" Discussed on KPCC

"About for the first time in forever people watching a movie could listen to this was Hollywood's first feature length talking film and it was shot at sunset studios my roommate I feel like the gods are and the goddesses are there in spirit that is right or normal P. supportive of that and it's just a wonderful experience to get a little better than a cold with like the super charged new reality these days she comes to the lot at sunset studios to pitch projects to Netflix who moved into their new shiny headquarters here just two years ago I feel like those turnstiles elect the gate to the creative have and you know what I mean it's like you watching people going in and out and you're going to be one of those people in any second now going up you know to the to the portal creativity to and and and in you my walk out of there you know with a huge smile on her face you know that you sold something or you know you might be getting called back again or thanks but no thanks but still you've gotten your shot which is so cool when creative talent comes in they know this history bill Humphrey is senior vice president for sunset studios together the three lots sunset Bronson sunset Gower and sunset les Bon must have thirty seven high tech sound stages on grounds spending more than forty acres the sensor Bronson lot where I'm talking with Humphrey is marked by KTLA its original nineteen twenty five radio tower proudly standing guard if you walk down the whole year were now in the mansion of the old one brothers headquarters which is now part of our Netflix complex down the end you'll see these three circles in the ceiling with which was the executive officer Jack.

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"sunset gower" Discussed on The Smoking Tire

The Smoking Tire

02:50 min | 3 years ago

"sunset gower" Discussed on The Smoking Tire

"I think from the twenties in Pasadena, and it was a black congregation and then it was I think in Armenia in congregation and then it was closed in the eighties, and derelict ever since. Well then he knew about the original architecture. So it's on, so he's stripped off all the, you know, Roman columns, and when was it built, the crabbing like the teens and in there now is his land. Speed record cars and a frontier Miller, and CAD and Woody and like cabinets and cabinets full of shit like cut-away display Motors, and Stromberg ninety seven cut-away salesman models. And gauges in hood, ornaments, and, like I love that unbeliev sounds awesome. So you go in. See that. Or is that just that's his spot? Yeah. But he he he's got it. Hanging hanging out. Awesome. And he's predominantly is, you know, Highland Park bowl magical place. So he's, he's with Dimitri and a couple of other dudes or the group that built out that that's all and Marlo 's and they just took over. What's the one by sunset? Gower Formosa cafe. Oh, cool. And the reopening. Oh, yeah. Like any month now. Great. And like again, down to the wallpaper historical photos. Yeah. Bobby's, the geek, who will have the wallpaper recreated as was historical photos guy? Do I have a guy? No Bobby does. What I need to find. Because I'm opening my new place to yards here, this studio over there, when we're building a new studio. It's for Corwin great this section of Jefferson Boulevard, right here, they call thunder alley. And it's like where Eto Brock and Shelby. And his skin Rian, and all the drag eighty the centering cams is like a hundred yards that way. And so the buildings so there and so I want, vintage photos of the shops from the sixties on this road, but I haven't really had much luck. Finally Getty's Cadillac has gotten so out of control that I bet you, they already how I'll check the and they're cheap now. So cars, what's happening. Cars man off sorta sons busiest when I was in there before. Yeah, it's nice. Nice and loopy sold. Another thrift master today. I think since we came out with a foil independence suspension, like people, what's going through the roof. But most of them, don't come and drive it understand. I'm. They don't care. Is it going to be blue blue good? Okay. Do today. He has one and he literally called me while waiting for his Uber as he was dropping it off as a mechanic for the time. And he's like shit. So is like, yeah, no. I, I need to start over again. I love it. But minds got like whatever, like a Mustang to front clip and a cast like. This is a real early one. Yes. Just like more traditional hot rod shop built..

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"sunset gower" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

03:46 min | 3 years ago

"sunset gower" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Song that I knew I just messed it up right there. But when the words were right in front of me on the screen. It was a no brainer. And I swear my women friends just their jaaz just dropped like how? And then I put on some snoop, and Dr dre and they were like what nothing about a GP? I'm like, I don't know how to sing them in my car in the early nineties. So I guess I'm truly a spoken word person, not a musical person. So. Here's what the research says about karaoke strangers. One research study by the Royal Society opened science founded strangers who sang in community choirs, for instance, bonded, quicker than those performing something that wasn't a musical task. Also, a neuroscientist from Oxford University said that learning the song and sounding good pace to get a sound good contributed to the participants ability to break the ice more easily. Singing is really good at bonding people who don't know each other, really. Well, I will say this. There were two women karaoke who I had never met before. And we have both called each other this week and said we should get together sometime. Right. Because there's something about singing background together. There is some social context, of course, to karaoke frontier. Mentioned the alcohol it is a bar atmosphere. There are recognizable songs that almost everybody in the room can recognize so you can pretty much sing at least the chorus of almost everything. And so it allows also lots of social cross pollination. 'cause there you can't look at somebody and go well because of their age gender or ethnicity their court karaoke person because karaoke is for everybody and so- FRANZ where did you used to go to it years and years ago, it was a place called a magi he's and it was located in Hollywood across the street from sunset Gower studios. Which was where I worked at the time sunset Gower. He could just go over there and your lunch break it out by going there for dinner drink, and we found out. Oh my God. They have karaoke. Okay. The first time you win and all by yourself and went on stage in front of an audience. Go were you terrified. No. Because I was like three or four drinks in the now do you come out with me sometime and do it on coffee because that is my chemical caffeine? Right. And if anybody listening, if you know, the names of any of these places in Korea town, where they have bottled service in its fancy because I like things to be nice, please send it to me private message. Whatever on any of the social media because I do want to try it again. But I wanna go to an even classier place and drink classier alcohol. No, I like expressive that'll do me just fine. All right. When we come back. Let's get serious enough about the karaoke. I found two new studies that look at possible new treatments for autism. If you've got a kid on the spectrum, I want you to listen up. You are listening to the doctor Wendy Walsh show on KFI AM, six forty. Larry parole has the news for us. President Trump says special counsel, Robert Muller should not testify before congress. Trump is moving away from his previous declaration. He would leave that decision to his attorney. General Trump is escalating tensions with House Democrats as they seek to bring Muller before the House Judiciary committee. Police are looking for voters to ran from the scene of a hit and run crash cups. Two people were killed when a truck slammed into another vehicle around one. The scoring of the pilot fork area north of downtown LA officials say the driver took off on foot Olivia Newton John is putting a twelve acre horse ranch on the market for five and a half million dollars. The ranch is located in a private enclave in the Sanford has valley instead of over county four time Grammy winner, also selling her one hundred eighty seven acre farm in Australia, John continues.

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"sunset gower" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

08:44 min | 3 years ago

"sunset gower" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Thousand nineteen Bradley is off tonight. And I will be saying that at least three or four times an hour. And I know there's going to be somebody who isn't going to pay attention. They ring a call the line. They get through and they stopped Bradley. How you doing, blah, blah, blah, blah, blah, Bradley is off two-night. Rob Brooks is here. I am here. I am more than I'm filling in for Bradley. Jay normally hear me on the weekends every Friday and Saturday midnight. But for tonight Wednesday. I am here and govern nice show plans for you. And my first guest, and I'd say guest singular. We were supposed to have a pair of guests. But for whatever reason one isn't by his phone, so Mike, it's just you. And I welcome back to busy. Hello morgan. We it's the witching hour is put your index finger and your middle finger spread and over your nose. Make sure you tell the truth. I just did it right now. All right, because we all know, which is honor means a witch cannot lie when they do that. Why are we talking in bewitched talk because Michael has written a couple of books the bewitched repent him. Which is I'm holding my fingers up to the microphone that thick. And it covers every episode in chronological order of the witched and back stories and things if you're a fan of that show, you really want to get your hands on this book. I have as well he wrote an I'm gonna call it. A what if book? And and yeah, it didn't happen this way. But he wrote it as if it could have happened this way where a witch Mary's immortal and all of the things that happen to all concerned. But first Robert isn't where he's supposed to be tell everybody about this weekend's event up in Salem. And how Robert Thompson with is going to be involved with this happening. Absolutely, Robert Thomson, where are you over? It is a TV and pop culture historian. And he's got credits up the wazoo just very very accomplished. He's making a presentation at the house of the seven Gables in Salem, mostly focusing on the time that bewitched filmed in Salem in nineteen seventy so I'm going to be getting into that in great detail. And he is the main Littler say, he's the main actor that episode. I am the guest star. I am. Making my books available and perhaps getting into talking about how might books cover. The Salem era will call it because as you mentioned to be which continuum talks about all two hundred fifty four episodes of the show gets into the. Storylines and then pick Finn and the the continuity of the show mostly and some of your listeners. Limit your regular listeners may know that in nineteen seventy there was a fire at the sunset Gower studios in Hollywood where which filmed, and that was actually the impetus for why the cast went to Salem because they needed time to rebuild the set. So, of course that affected continuity little bit. So I will be talking about that next week, but Robert will be getting into all the whys and wherefores and the experience of the do which cast in Salem, and how they affected it. And also, you know, I mean, there's the bewitch statue there, obviously has and the Roberts presentation is called bewitched, a show statue and icon. It's next Wednesday. The twenty four th at the house of the seven Gables at six thirty pm now. You've mentioned your books. Give both titles again, people pay attention next say this because. I cannot tell you how often people will call me the next time on the air. I didn't get the information. Could you give it nine only have writers? And and my guests four five times an hour. Give their mation. But there's always that one caller. Did you could you give it to me? Again. I missed it. Fine. I'm laughing because there was a time. I worked at a bookstore and people used to come clean ask what I saw this buck and on Oprah, and it's RAD. I've been at the store, you know, I haven't seen over today. But I will I will happily mentioned both books on the first one as we said is the bewitched continuum, and it is phone book size. They will weren't you. But that's only because it covers two hundred fifty four episodes. So you're not gonna have a pamphlet. I call it sort of an episode guide. Plus because it's certainly gets more into this show than your average episode is does and second book. The what if book you mentioned, I call it an imagine series finale, which didn't have one it's called is Samantha take this mortal Darrin, which is a flip on which I episode which was I dare and take this with Samantha. And in this book, I created a series finale again since this show didn't have one and I created backstories for similar endangering. And also got into fixing some of the continuity problems that came up throughout the series. And did a lot of the more hardcore bewitched fan. You are the more in jokes are gonna get. But you don't have to be a hardcore viewer of the show to enjoy the book. I am told that not the two may on horn. But I am told that the book reads like an episode of b witched, and and that makes me very proud. And where is the book available online locations bookstores Floro tell people well Murphy, mostly they are available on Amazon imprint on their also both available on kindle, and I tunes as e books. Okay. Now, I have to take a break. I'm going to give the phone number. The phone numbers, quite simple. You've heard it. For decades. Six one seven two five four tenths. Thirty toll-free got you covered. If you don't live in Massachusetts. All you have to do is dial eight eight eight nine two nine which is WBZ figured that out. When you look at your phone ten thirty either way, call in rob will take your name and put you on hold put you in Q as it were and within one two three four you will be on the first line. Second third fourth line to speak. You know show off. And especially because you first name coincides with one of the bewitched characters tell everybody you'll full name. It is Adam Michael, James and. They wanna find the book will they need that or not necessary. Certainly they could use that. Or they could use the title that be which continue on and Samantha take this mortal Aaron. And I get to call you Mike, which is the end for your special. We like. Well, thank you. Let me take my break minority a couple of minutes late for it. And rob runs a taught ship. He's my producer tonight. I'm going to throw it to the break as they say time and temperature twelve seventeen forty eight degrees. He..

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"sunset gower" Discussed on Kevin Pollak's Chat Show

Kevin Pollak's Chat Show

04:42 min | 3 years ago

"sunset gower" Discussed on Kevin Pollak's Chat Show

"The last ten minutes of lunch in the rest of lunch. Your horizontal? Chill. Fuck out. Yeah. And I agree like meditating? And if you can't nap meditating and just turning your brain off. But what happens to me is? I think about the makeup. I think about the hair. I oh my God. If I laid down in this way, my hair is going to have a kink over here. And what if I fall asleep and drool, and and then all of a sudden, I'm thinking about that crew and how much more and then I'm going to have to go in earlier for touch-ups because I've slept and when I sleep I go down. So then I'm worse off than you mentioned the drool. So I assume that meant you're out. Yeah. You're out hard. Yeah. See I have all that stuff. But I, but I can meditate so that it's not like, I'm actually falling asleep. But I am it shouldn't affect your hair isn't affect my hair. No, where did you learn to meditate? I mean just from being involved in yoga over the years. And you know, there's a really good app called head space that guides you through. Any kinds of meditation that you want and? Not that as well. Yeah. It's great. And it's like they have it for kids. They have it for skeptics. They have a for, you know, people who meditate all the time. Proof or kids and skep-. Exac exactly that's pretty phenomenal. Yeah. So we do technically also share in a ward, I don't know if you got one I did not whether you were there to be a recipient of the BT VA. What is it BTV a question behind the voice actors awards? Oh, we both worked on the transformers robots in disguise. That's right. You were on the show. Right. And we never got to work together. I saw Ted McGinley Andrew. Group is so great. By the way, didn't even know that we want an award. I did neither. I don't know that they actually sent them out because it was for best ensemble. And so technically, it's all of us that would be us. Yeah. Should we compare Sorkin stories? See I got him when he was a puppy. You know, he had done the play a few good men. But that was it L. Okay. Run five hundred performances. So it was a big sloppy head right? We had the beginning of what became the confidence. Call it. Of our modern Shakespeare. But he was very much a puppy and his first movie set. So he was so enamored just to be present. Right. I think he still has a little bit of that left in him, creating new mediums and new ways to be challenged. Like, he just directed. His first movie, right? I have nothing. But incredible things to say about him. And was his Sherwin her Showrunner on news room newsroom. I believe he was there every day. Yes. Oh, yeah. Oh, yeah. All rewriting all of the above. It was there. It was rewriting. He was there. He, but he was there present, you know, we shot at right across the street sunset Gower. Okay. Yeah. And so they're writer's room was there. And then we shot there as well. But you know, that those are those moments like in your career that you think are never going to happen because I had tried to work with Aaron over the years. I was up for. Studio sixty the sunset strip and I had met him for that. And I was on entourage at the time. And I didn't get that rule and he tried to try. I think it was what's his other the other? So another show before that LA law, no boards night. Yes, sport sites. And then didn't he also have known? That's David Kelly had one other show, but we were constantly trying to work together. And it just never happened. I either wasn't available or didn't get the part. And then I was on house cards, and I was working with venture which was already like a dream. Come true. I thought I could die now. Like, I'm done. This was something I never thought would happen in my career working with David venture. And that's very sweet of you. But all of a sudden it was like Aaron wants you to be on newsroom, and I thought. Okay. And I hadn't seen Aaron or talk to them or had anything to do with them in years and years and years and to.

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"sunset gower" Discussed on It's Been a Minute with Sam Sanders

It's Been a Minute with Sam Sanders

04:26 min | 3 years ago

"sunset gower" Discussed on It's Been a Minute with Sam Sanders

"This. Wherever you listen to podcasts. Talked about private life, which I just enjoyed early. But I wanna talk about my other work because you've been busy the last few years and one of the things that I've actually watched two or three times. Now is I love dick. You have have kind of tell you I s with Marfa, Texas. I'm from San Antonio and for Uniroyal now, I stopped in Marfa for like five or six days before I go home for thanksgiving. So I was just there a few weeks ago again with friends in the Airbnb made us, I'll watch dick. Dick. I watched that show a lot. Oh, that's it's a good show. And I've walked through some of the places where you'll have shot friends the station there are public radio. Oh in the old gas station. I had to get changed in there. A few times. That was like a little of a makeshift dressing room. That's beautiful. I love I just had a sweet Email exchange with rob weiner's like the head of Tanada. Yeah. I loved Marfa so much and I love that show. So. Yeah. I love the way that you end you bring intensity every role. But something about the character you played in that show the entire time. You are this volcano waiting to explode in their such intensity in every movement in every I roll in every whisper, and it's it's beautiful expression of how everyone whether they show you this or not everyone in that. Same way is barely holding it together. Everyone has like the the the the stove top on top of the boiling water. And you do that in that show. Well, Sam this is really it's here. I'm actually seeing Syra go pins. Tonight's provider of anyway, I can't wait to tell her. Yeah. We that means a ton. God. I really. Oh. Yeah. That experience. I'll hold very dear. It was a really tough one. It seems hard place to live for that. Yeah. How did you get to that place and stay in that place? In that mode for the whole arc in. You have to be. There was a shootout like three hairs hair. It was. On the set shoot about three months. Three months for three months. We don't we only live there for we shot in at sunset Gower out here for the bulk of the interior. Okay. We were there for like three weeks at the end of the entirety of the pilot out there. But I did love it. And I loved it source material and Griffin and Kevin Roberta the whole cast is phenomenal. Thank you for saying. So it's weird too. Because people if people say were you expecting another season, or we I, you know, of course, would have loved, but I think it also kind of exists perfectly as an eight episode thing. I would have been fascinated to see where it would have gone. But I think it also kind of like the cord kind of it's kind of perfectly. Yeah. Also, it's like one of the things that I noticed about like that roll Andrew role in private life and roll entering the other stuff. It's like so many of the characters you play everyone thinks they're crazy. But actually, they're just right? Awesome to hear about Kevin bacon. Character was true. You know, all of the angst. Yeah. That your character in private life. Feels is true. But no like, and so like, what's what seems to be a rationality is just you being radically. Right. And no one gets it. And they think you're crazy. Is it feels like this is the thing women characters and film do because it feels like a way that women in the real world or treated a lot Sam. Well, I mean, that's well with deep about what maybe you just latched onto the there is that something I had never thought of. And I don't know if I can again, speak to globally, women wise. But there is certainly something that I had never thought of is that a lot of these women are really really trying to be heard. That's something that I as a human completely recognize for myself. Yeah..

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