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Presidential Debate Opener Drops Sharply From 2016’s Record High In Early Numbers
"TV ratings find last night's debate audience having plunged from the record set in 2016. In fact, a 36% drop off across the four broadcast networks. Cable numbers will be added in later.
Harding Street Raid: Houston Narcotics Officers Accused of Falsifying Overtime Records
"Officers are accused of falsifying overtime records. It's the latest fallout from the deadly Harding Street Street raid. raid. We We know know from from the the warrants warrants that that 13 13 HPD HPD officers officers are are under under scrutiny scrutiny by by investigators investigators for for potential potential theft theft charges charges related related to to their their overtime overtime sheets. sheets. The The district district attorney's attorney's office office also also is is focusing focusing on other departmental records tied to their cases. Now, several officers have either already retired or been indicted. However, there are new names coming to light. Our TV partner, Channel two's Mario Diaz reporting there.
Google's new phones and Chromecast
"Hey It's Jefferson Graham Ula Santa Talking Tech I wanted to fill you in Google introduced a whole bunch of new products today. It's a little confusing what they did because they have two new phones. The cheaper one is the one with the better features the more expensive one not as great. You tell me what just happened the four hundred and ninety nine dollar Pixel for a which is the updated version of the phone that they put out in the summertime. It now connects to the five G. faster wireless networks. And again, five dollars versus seven hundred dollars for the more expensive version. Before has a larger six point two inch screen to the six inch screen on the five. It has a headphone Jack which the five does not have but the five does have a slightly more powerful battery but you tell me five hundred dollars or seven hundred dollars. Meanwhile, I would just get regular pixel for a which cells with three hundred. Fifty dollars five Jesus at least two years away before you're going to see it being really that much faster. Maybe a year I don't know. But what's out there right now is just barely faster than what we're seeing on our other phones. Now, the other big news chrome cast remember chrome cast came out a few years ago. It was a technology that let you plug this device into the back of your TV. And then cast. Media. From your phone or tablet on the TV. Pretty cool. Now, the new version comes with a remote control comes with Google assistant n a menu screen that Google is putting on your TV sets. That is called TV and it will help you navigate it. Find better stuff to watch via Google search will see can't wait to try it out finally remembered the Google home speaker, which was Google's answer to the Amazon Echo. Then they renamed nest this year there is the nest audio hundred dollar higher fidelity speaker competes with Amazon's Echo studio though the echo studios two, hundred dollars this one hundred I just got mine in the mail. And, I will be plugging it in I'll let you know how it sounds. But that is the quick update of what's new in Google land
Country star and hit Elvis songwriter Mac Davis dies at 78
"Musician mac Davis has died in Nashville after heart surgery he was seventy eight I marches are a letter with a look at his career Nick Davis scored hits in pop and country music with songs like baby don't get hooked on me stop and smell the roses and it's hard to be humble he wrote in the ghetto and a little less conversation for Elvis Presley and I believe in music I hit for the group gallery Davis even co wrote songs later in life with Bruno Mars in the vici he had a TV series in the nineteen seventies the mac Davis show starred in the football film north Dallas forty and appeared in the Will Rogers follies on Broadway country singer Kenny Chesney says Davis was joyous funny and created a family around him
Helen Reddy dies in Los Angeles, aged 78
"Is in with a report on Helen Reddy. Her song an anthem for women fighting for equality. Helen Reddy's I Am Woman became a number one hit in 1972 in the soundtrack for a movement. The Australian born singer moved to New York in the sixties, divorced and with the child defying the odds to score record contract. The first Australian born artist have a number one hit and win a Grammy and when she won best female pop, rock or focus Vocal performance. She thanked God because she makes everything possible. A string of hits followed, as well as a TV and movie career. Diagnosed with dementia in 2015, Helen Reddy 78.
Helen Reddy: Australian singer of feminist anthem I Am Woman dies
"To come by. This was one of the defining songs of its era, the early days of the feminist movement. To think it was not only a big hit for Australian born singer Hello. Already, it became something of a pop anthem for the women's movement. She had other hits after that, and TV and film acting roles to Helen Reddy has died at age 78. This is
The Trump-Biden Clash: The Worst Debate in Modern American History?
"Election debate has seen Donald Trump clash with Joe Biden over Corona virus, the U. S economic recovery, race, crime and climate Change. Millions of Americans watching on primetime television, so a policy discussions repeatedly to generate John Staple was watching. This will surely go down as the most bad tempered noisiest, most fractures presidential TV debate in American history, although not that unexpected as his campaign team had planned, Donald Trump was on the attack from the off, interrupting Joe Biden repeatedly and squabbling with the moderator. This deliberate aggression was designed to destabilize the Democratic candidate who's ahead in the polls. The president was looking to land a knockout blow, but it mainly resulted in the two men talking over each other in a way that surely few Americans will have found edifying. The most striking moment was when Donald Trump was asked to condemn the behavior of white supremacists and militias. Recent protests, but he refused to do so. The broad theme of this was that Donald Trump came looking for a brawl while Joe Biden wanted to walk by on the other side of the street. Fighting appears to
Trump, Biden Clash in Contentious First Debate
"I'm Anthony Davis. Law By angry interruptions and bitter. NHS The first debates between President Donald, trump, and Joe. Biden erupted in contentious exchanges last night over the coronavirus pandemic job losses and how the Supreme Court will shape the future of the nation's healthcare. Fitting for an ugly campaign, the two men frequently talked over each other with trump interrupting nearly shouting. So often that bind an eventually snapped at him, will you shut up man? The fact is that everything he said so far is simply ally Biden said I'm not here to call out his lies everybody knows he's Eliah trump and Biden arrived in Cleveland hoping the debates would energize basis of support even as they competed for the slim slice of undecided voters who could decide the election the vitriol exploded into the open when binding attacked trump's handling of the pandemic saying the president waited and waited to act when the virus reached American shores and still doesn't have a plan. The pandemic were in plain sight with the candidates elected and
Cheap TVs for under $300
"For under three hundred dollars. Now I'm Jefferson Graham Ula Santa talking. Tech. If you were to walk into a target best buy or some other big box retailer and you really can't miss them the rows of those large forty, three inch and fifty insets selling for two and a quarter to three hundred dollars. Four K. with built in Roku? SMART TD. Two hundred and twenty five dollars you gotta be kidding me. Well, the sets are usually made by TCL, which has three of the top five on Amazon's TV. Bestseller list or insignia, which is best buys house brand. It has the other two spots on the Amazon Chart, and again, both of them have four K. resolution built in smart TV streaming, and they can showcase programming and HDR which stands for high dynamic range producing brighter richer colors. The best buy sets answer to Alexa while the TCL sets will answer to Alexa or the Google Assistant. So what's the catch? It's minor and it's obvious. The picture quality is not as good as the mid range and more expensive TV's. But I would argue that most people wouldn't be able to tell the difference. Now if you're sitting right in front of the TV, it's going to look amazing if you're on the left or the right for the far. Away. To look good unless you spend a grand most people don't WanNa, spend a grand they want to spend three hundred dollars that built in streaming player is quite the deal it sounds small, but it's huge. Now, the old way spent twenty five dollars to a hundred dollars for a Roku or Amazon Fire TV stick and connected to an open hd mice slot on the back of the TV. Put Batteries in the road control put the streaming remote control next to the TV remote control. Turn the TV on ADJUSTER HD my settings to streaming. Then pick up the streaming remote access and control the menu. Now the new way
Disney to cut 28,000 jobs at US theme parks
"Job losses as a result of Copan 19. Disney says it will lay off 28,000 workers in its parks in California and Florida. KCBS TVs Michelle Jilly says there is now an 11th hour push to try and keep it from happening. California legislators, including some right here in Anaheim, have sent a letter to the governor asking for the immediate consideration. Of the reopening of theme parks here in California, saying that the data points to responsible re opening new
Malta U-turn: Prince George can keep his shark tooth fossil
"Can keep his shark tooth. The culture minister of Malta has reversed course after saying his island nation would reclaim the fossil from the seven year old British prince. Which was given to him by TV presenter David Atten borough. That fossil is believed to be about three million years old and Burrow gave the prince the tooth during a private viewing of his new documentary at Kensington Palace. He says he found it while on vacation in Malta in the 19 sixties, but That gift caused an uproar in Malta.
Kuwait's ruler Sheikh Sabah has died at 91
"Kuwaiti ruler Sheikh Sabah al Ahmad al Sabah has died. Word of his passing came on Kuwaiti TV. No word on the cause of death. Shake had pushed for closer ties to Iraq after the 1990 Gulf War and solutions to end the bitter dispute between cutter and other Arab nations that that continues to this day. He was 91.
Kuwait's ruler Sheikh Sabah has died at 91
"Sheikh Sabah Ahmad Al Sabah has died. Word of his passing came on Kuwaiti TV No word on the cause of death. Shake had pushed for closer ties to Iraq after the 1990 Gulf War and solutions to end the bitter dispute between Cutter and other Arab nations that continues to this day Shakes a ball was 91. In the UK
2020 presidential debates: Timing and topics for Trump and Biden
"Trump and Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden will debate for the first time tonight. This is the first of three presidential debates. This one comes right after the New York Times came out with its big investigation of Trump's taxes. He reportedly paid very little federal personal income tax for years as he claimed massive business losses We should say NPR has not independently examined the tax records that the Times has. But these revelations do set the stage for tonight's debate in Cleveland, and that is where we find NPR political correspondent asthma. Holland asked. Good morning. Good morning, David. So how do we think these these taxes in The New York Times reporting a factor Internet Well, David, I should point out that we have not yet heard anything from Joe Biden in regards to this story. So tonight is really our first chance to hear his response. And I anticipate he will find a way to bring it up. If the moderator doesn't bring it up first. And I say that because you know his campaign has been trying to capitalize on this. They you know, instantly within hours had You know, we're selling merchandise T shirts buttons in regards to this. It also fits into a broader narrative that the biting campaign has been trying to talk about, which is Scranton versus Park Avenue. This idea that Joe Biden's for the Common man and Donald Trump is for the ultra rich, But I will say, you know, no matter how this story comes up tonight, we can also anticipate President Trump. Defending himself, either by saying the story is fake news or that he is smart and entitled to tax credits. Like other people, I mean, just think about this year and within our country and what the world has been through there is so much to bring up in the moment an evening like this, Surely the pandemic is something that will be discussed at lane. From what what else do we expect? It will definitely the pandemic. Other topics include the economy, election, integrity, race and violence trumps in Biden's records and, of course, the Supreme Court. Over the weekend, President Trump announced his nominee to the Supreme Court Judge Amy Cockney Barrett, and it appears he has the Republican votes to confirm her. So what I'll be interested to see is how Biden confronts this issue. You know, he has been trying to tie this to health care since Judge Barrett has criticized past rulings upholding the affordable Care act. And also I mean, such interesting timing here on estimated million voters have already cast votes this election season. I mean, does that changed the meaning of tonight of the steaks in some way? I've had such an interesting question, David, right? I mean, polls have shown President Trump trailing. So I will say that even though many people have voted, there are still many, many more people who will likely vote. And so we will expect to see President Trump kind of seek out opportunities, toe altered at the trajectory of the race. He has shown in 2016 that he is an unpredictable and forceful debater. And Joe Biden has said that you know really tonight to be successful. He just needs to tell the truth. But President Trump is a TV entertainer who has kind of a loose definition of the truth. And I am curious how that might change the parameters of the debate. I will say we have an extremely polarized electorate. There are not that many undecided voters. So how people respond to this debate, and I will also say how, if at all? They respond to The New York Times Reporting on President Trump's tax returns are too big. New wild cards in this race
What to expect from the first Biden-Trump debate
"President trump and Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden will debate for the first time tonight. This is the first of three presidential debates. This one comes right after the New York Times, came out with its big investigation of trump's taxes. He reportedly paid very little federal personal income tax for years. As he claimed massive business losses, we should say NPR has not independently examined the tax records that the times has but these revelations do set the stage for tonight's debate in Cleveland, and that is where we find NPR political correspondent. asked me. Good Morning Good Morning David so how do we think these these taxes in the new? York Times reporting will factor in tonight. We'll do they should point out that we have not yet heard anything from Joe Biden in regards to the story. So tonight is really our first chance to hear his response and I anticipate. He will find a way to bring it up if the moderator doesn't bring it up I and I say that because you know his campaign has been trying to capitalize on this they. Instantly within hours had you know we're selling merchandise t shirts buttons in regards to this. It also fits into a broader narrative that the Biden campaign has been trying to talk about, which is scranton versus Park Avenue. This idea that Joe Biden's for the common man and and Donald, trump is for the ultra rich but I will say no matter how this story comes up tonight we can also anticipate president trump defending himself either by saying the story is fake news or that he is smart and entitled to tax credits like other people I mean just think about this year and wouldn't our country and what the world has been through. There is so much to bring up in in a moment and evening like this. Surely, the pandemic is something that that will be discussed at length. What else do we expect? Yeah. We'll definitely the penick other topics include the economy election integrity race and violence trump's in Biden's records, and of course, the Supreme Court weekend president trump announced his nominee to the Supreme Court judge. Amy Barrett and it appears he has the Republican votes to confirm her. So we'll be interested to see is how Biden confronts this issue you know he has been trying to tie this to healthcare since Judge Barrett has criticized past rulings upholding the affordable care act? And I such interesting timing here an estimated million voters have already cast votes. This election season I mean, does that change the meaning of tonight of the stakes in some way I think it's such an interesting question David right I mean polls have shown president trump trailing so I will say that even though many people have voted there are still many many more people who will likely vote and so we will expect to see president trump kind of seek out opportunities to alter the trajectory of the race He has shown in two thousand sixteen that he is an unpredictable and forceful debater and Joe. Biden said that really tonight to be successful he just needs to tell the truth but president trump is a TV entertainer who has kind of a loose definition of the truth and I am curious how that might change the parameters of the debate. I will say we have an extremely polarized electorate. There are not that many undecided voters sue how people respond to this debate. And I will also say how if at all they respond to the New York Times reporting on President Trump's tax returns are too big new wildcards in this race I know it's going to be a long night. Thanks to you US Monday the whole political team for all the work. Tonight. Thanks for having me
A Look at the Amazon Event 2020
"To this big amazon event. There was so much stuff so much stuff that was announced. Although it wasn't all related to Lexi specifically, but I'm just going to run through a couple of things in general just logically about the things that they announced and then I'm going to focus on some of the things that are a little more relevant to us Canadians. I will say first of all the thing that I noticed the most with this with this event, I was very fortunate to be invited to a watch online and the the big theme to me seemed the ambient home Amazon is really really stressing this idea of ambient Computing where the wage Devices where the computers were the the technology is just around us and that is why Lexie is such an important part of this but it's not the only part and so they did announce a number of products and I will come back to these in a bit but they announced the new Echo all of these are now spherical which is very interesting and I'll talk more about that. Like I say in a few moments they announce a new Echo. They announce a new Echo dot with clock being else a new Echo. For kids. This looks like it's only going to be the United States for now. They announced a new Echo Show ten, which is really interesting. It actually moves to follow you thought more about that in a few moments. They also announced a Fire TV stick a new version of Fire TV stick light 06 a wireless mesh system for home Euro-Pro 6, they announce a whole bunch of ring alarms for the car. So a ring Car Alarm a ring car cam and a ring always home cam which is very interesting. Is a device that is in your home and it's actually a little drone crazy stuff. This is like sci-fi stuff will come back to that one as well. And then they also launched something called Luna game controller and it looks like Amazon's new game streaming service is built using this control and it's built in the cloud, which is very interesting as opposed to other gaming sources. So that is the quick rundown on what they announced some of the things that I expected to see that I didn't see were any updates on any type of wearable devices because I always think I still think that when you compare let's say Google or Samsung to Amazon you think Amazon's doing such amazing things, but what is their weakness is that they don't have their own phone. And so I bought one of their strategies to get Lexie into the ears. Everybody is to get Lexie everywhere as I say have have Lexie everywhere and one of the ways I think they could be doing that is through wearables like last year. We saw the March 8th. The glasses and the echo Loop the ring but this year we didn't see anything like that. And I don't know I have questions about that is that because they have some more products that are in the works, but they weren't quite yet ready to be released. Is it because they've changed their strategy? I'm not sure but I I did find that out quite interesting. Now. I do want to talk specifically about the the devices the new device has rejected to Lexi of course and Tyler. Each one and some pre release dates and pricing and all that kind of fun stuff. Okay. So let's talk about the new Echo. So as you know, the echo previously was the cylindrical device. It's the basic device that thought they are released and there's been a number of iterations number of generations. And now we are out. We're up to the echo fourth-generation. Let me tell you a little about this first of all it took Spherical I think it looks pretty cool. I think it's very modern. And now the ring light is actually kind of along the bottom so around the base of the sphere. So it's a sphere with sort of a flat base and the ring lights along that flat base at the bottom. And so when it's when the ring light is on depending on the lighting of the room, it actually kind of creates a little bit of a a bluish glow down onto the surface which it looks pretty cool. It's actually got its got better technology. Obviously when they're releasing a new version on the top. It does have a microphone on and off button is still some buttons along the top of the sphere but they appear at least from the picture to be more flush with the sphere. This one comes in charcoal. It comes in glacier white and it came in Twilight blue. Okay, and here's something very interesting about this is it looks like Amazon has gotten rid of the Echo Plus and if you remember the Echo Plus had the smart home hub in it now the echo. The Hub built into it so great. I mean if you're looking for the ability to set up zigbee devices or for example ring smart lighting Products and all that kind of stuff locked sensors, it's now made simple with the standard Echo. It is part of that the other thing that it has built into it now that I should mention is it has a temperature sensor so you can also know the temperature off the bat and you know, you would expect that then based on temperature settings. This will be able to control Smart Home actions. The dimensions wage of this device are approximately 14 and half centimeters wide by about thirteen centimeters tall. So it's probably around the size of a softball maybe a little bit bigger than a softball but that gives you an idea of the size of this device. It has a three inch woofer in it and it's got two front firing a tweeters 4 a.m. Frequencies with Dolby audio technology, so that's great. And what's the price? Well, let me tell you. It's 1 29 99 and you can order this right now off on amazon.ca. The pre-orders are being taken right now. It will be released on October 22nd. So if you want to get this when it comes out, then go ahead and order them as
The Glass I Love and the Glass I Use
"This is digital story podcast number seven, Fifty, eight September Twenty Ninth Two Thousand Twenty today's a theme is the glass I love and the glass I use. I'm Derek Story. No doubt one of the best investments any artists can make. is in quality photography lenses and I do have some beauties. But what's fascinating to me is that I have lenses that I absolutely love and would be very reluctant to let go up and then I have those optics that are used on a daily basis. and. The funny thing is the two aren't always the same. I'll explain why on today's TVs photography podcast. So. Before I get into that glass itself, it's funny when I was writing this podcast made me think of a scene from moonstruck really terrific movie with share and Olivia Caucus Nicholas Cage. Just an outstanding story in great cast the whole deal. So share comes home one night and I think her mom was up in her bedroom. And share went into say good night tour after she had seen Nicholas Cage, she had started seeing him. And her mom you. Ask her what she's been doing and share told her. And her mom Olivia Dukakis Goes D love them and share goes Ma I think I do. And Olympia Dukakis goes I'm so sorry. I'm not exactly sure why I'm thinking of that story while I'm thinking about these lenses that I love and the ones that I like. Other than I think what Olympia Dukakis was saying is that when you love them, you end up having this attachment. That you stick with through thick and thin whereas if you just like them maybe a right thing start to go south and you're okay with partying ways and you know these lenses. I'm going to talk about a kind of fall into these two categories and it was fascinating to me because. I think going through my inventory because I'm not shooting as much right now because for obvious reasons, all my jobs are higher are no more right now I do find myself going back. Into, my inventory and just making sure the cameras are working. You know just checking things just keeping everything ready so that when life comes back I'm ready to go. and. I've discovered Dan I have lenses that I'm using right now. I use them all the time and then I'll come across a lens in the Lens Safe and I go oh, I love this land so much but maybe haven't shot with it for a month two months three months but yet I wouldn't let go of that Lens basically no matter what and maybe the lenses I'm using everyday right now Okay. Go. That's Kinda weird. Isn't it? It's kind of very interesting. You know what I'm GonNa do today is I'm going to talk about five lenses and I'm not gonNa tell you. which category they go into rather the like or left category I'm just gonNA describe the lenses can have you guess along the way and then at the end I'll tell you the answers. Okay. So we're going to have a little fun today to illustrate that point I. WanNa to tell you about one lens from my past that I definitely loved, and that was the Canon e F eighty, five, millimeter f one eight and I bought this lens decades ago I mean back when I was shooting weddings with a else Alon thirty five millimeter film camera, I bought that lands. About three hundred, fifty dollars then which is a fair of change you know when you're just getting started with your career but at the same time, it was more affordable than other lenses this class. And I mean, I just love the short shortely because it was fast F. One point eight it was light. had very quiet focus the ultrasonic motor was just terrific on it was a good looking land. And most importantly, it took great pictures I mean really great pictures. In fact, one of the metal prints that I have hanging in the studio downstairs was captured with that lens on a cannon five D in Washington DC. and. Hanging on the wall downstairs. Then you know you are in rarefied Erica's that's the stuff I have to look at every day. In a better be good. Alright. That'd be good. that. Lands is responsible for that shop. Here's the funny thing as much as I loved that Lens I didn't shoot with it that often. I mean normally I would have zoom on the camera body I in the film days. But then even later on when I got the five d and the five d mark to I'd have something on there like the e F twenty, four to one. Oh, five, a four and. That's what I shot with most of the time. And then every now, and then for some reason, sometimes, I didn't even really know why I would pull out the eighty five f one eight and I go sheet with that or I'm going to put it in my bag today or whatever candidates cradle it carefully and said it in there. And then when I shot with it, it was always just sort of this wonderful experience and I go. Wow that's a kind of an interesting phenomenon how this went with this lens
Episode 38: Best Saturday Morning Cartoon - Drive of the Week
"But we started every episode was the drive of the week what a drive is a line from a movie or TV shows with exceptional velocity and volume, and this segment belongs to Jimmy Klein. Alright. Lis fucking titties. Here. Mr Klein to. A film that hardly anyone is seen and you just have to check it out just on Blu Ray. It was just reviewed on trash men media. It is a film called cruel jaws the in some countries that was known as jaws five. It is an awful Italian rip off of jaws film actually using footage of Jaaz one, two and three. However, this film is actually better than jaws the revenge I still say check it out but it is absolutely hilarious and. It's got quite a lot of screaming quite a lot of drives, but this one in particular was one of my favorites. I'm sorry I couldn't You know what you gotta do that. What you're going to have to offer award of one, hundred, thousand dollars whoever the head of that shark. Have Already I mean. Without without what? Without I. Gather birth. Absolutely levels at thanks. A. Awful so awful. It has Hogan impersonator in this. See. It's like Hulk Hogan stunned wwl filming the Brian White Story. Look five to two hundred. and. Already. Series without. Yet. Without. Without. Talk. Without what? What you? Without what? This is an underrated draft because he doesn't really like get all of his lungs behind it. What you? But like last week with Eddie Murphy it's all about the F. Word Fuck. The bottom two. That's the. Title. That so. I don't know what language that is whatever country that language is from. Our podcast can read. Just going to have to ask Watson along or something. That was the drive of the week brought to you by trash men media for the latest. Blu Ray. DVD movie commentary go to trash men, media dot com also on twitter and facebook. And don't forget to check out Here Zarb dot copier is news and no bullshit.
"tv" Discussed on TV Literate
"I. Have No questions. I just have statements. Just rich. You are very openly arrogant pompous human being. But I admire your frankness with it. You've worked hard to get where you're at and you started working hard way before you come to the island. So with my work ethic background, I, give that credit to you. But other hand. Your inability to admit your failures without going into a winey speech makes you a bit of a loser in life. Kelly. The rafting McQueen, you'll get stomped on national TV buy a city boy that never swam let alone. Ben, in the woods jungle road aboard and his life. You sucked on that. anyways. I was your friend at the beginning of this. Really, thinking that your friend. I was willing to sit there and put next to me at that time. You were sweeter than me I'm not a very. Openly Nice Person. Just frank forward and tell you the way it is. Have you sit there next to me and he WHO's nine, hundred thousand dollars just to stop on somebody like this. But as the game went along and the two tribes merged. Lied to me. which showed me with the true person that you are. You're very two faced and manipulative to get where you're at anywhere in life. Why you feel all the time. Interesting. So at that point of the game, I decided to go out with my alliance to my family and just the whole my dig million values and check your hoping I hadn't lost too many of them and Play the game, just as long as possible and hang there as long as possible. But Kelly. Go back to a couple of times, Jeff said you. What goes around comes around. It's here..
"tv" Discussed on TV Literate
"The x factor and world of dance and we have. America's got talent in. It's just like we have way too many of them that it's. It's not that fun anymore, right? Exactly. No I I agree actually A. After American idol American idol was really like the first Y in America of this type of show that got really big and then it was kind of like all the dance shows that really big twos Vance. Into SARS which I never got into any of those I'm just not really didn't they incidentally of dance mom sets at different thing sphere but Yeah, that is just every every night of the week during these times there's always like some type of. Talent show on. Yeah, and now it's like it's not even the most entertaining because like all watch whatever comes on after jeopardy most the time. Eldest. Feel like you know what? What's on the regular TV and it'll be like I do like world of dance because Jaylo hosts. and whenever someone dances well, she says got the Gucci's. And I'm here for. And I love it and I'm just like, Oh, I got the these. Use each, but it's like her and. Half in somebody else and that one's cute and good and always has really like cool professional dancers that are lake. Chill. But yeah. None of the other ones are very fun anymore because people aren't bad on anymore now it's all people who are doing pretty good. Yeah. I don't mind watching Dick makes you feel bad about myself I only WanNa Watch people so I feel good about myself. Just, also feel like I need some variety I need some humor I need definitely need. Like, you need like a couple of does between the really really amazing people to be able to truly appreciate their talents otherwise it's just listening to like a studio album listening to your spotify. They're all good. Why do I care? Why am I going to watch do anything I? Don't care less. So the tiny children I love the tiny children that can sing. That's my answer yet. Okay moving on we have spoken about this lynn before. It is one of the most iconic survivor memories that I have. One of my all time favorites sue just given given us the most given us the best. Speech of an angel. Also I don't know if I said this inner survivor episode or when you're talking about survivor but sue way younger than I remember her I thought she was like in her fifties when I was like a kid and I'm like, Oh, she's like thirty something maybe forty. Yeah. It's interesting how your precision people's ages change as you get older. Yeah definitely. Not I mean. I love her I love her now. Okay. I. Have No questions. I just have statements. Just rich. You are very openly arrogant.
"tv" Discussed on TV Literate
"It's so good. It's so good and it was like so iconic am I don't know it's just the best it. Always brings me joy really does first of all of Michelle Cincinnati boy. And so I, just I love how I. He keeps US some closure in that because you imagine like your spouse. says. Something like that I would be. So He. Will I know and I know I am because does that occasionally like where we grew up essentially in different places like Colorado childhood things or different than like Appalachian childhood things and I'll be like. This, and he'll like what I'll be like what? No definitely, ever I love making fun of my husband. Eater wing things he did as a kid or like. Easy things that are like clearly not true. So if my husband came to me and thought that this was chicken i. I would not react like. That's that's for sure. I mean like. I can see. Why. THEIR MARRIAGE DID NOT LAST He I mean, this is newlyweds the show newlyweds make him Jessica and this was right when they got married in like he's already those tired of bullshit. Yet I had this actually I had on my list of shows that I love to wash because this is like. This was three I think ahead it. Sounds, great two, thousand and three as the golden age of like trash TV shows for me. I just like I would. Always watching TV at this point watch every single show is just hit after hit. I think this was like the time where I also watched like. All of the MTV shows like fought like you're like, what's that one next the bus one? Remember the ASS Mags I have a couple more at night. There was next there is room raiders. Paul those so horrible the black light. Go into. Like they have a random people that they would just abduct. Michael. Any warning and the person was like that the the dater would go into their rooms at today and it is always. So rose especially when they went to the guys rooms like. Yeah, it was just not. Good. And then there were like couple of I had written down a couple of plane weird dating shows. They have hair other ones like parental control. Talked about before where it's like the parents chose the date and then there was one that I had written down. Paul date. My Mom Oh my. Remember that. Yeah like the people on date with their dates with their. Know suitors bombs, and that's how they shows who they went out with and I love the Hash it and that was. Brought back MTV Pete Courtship Era good. Days the good old Catholic not Catholic Duggar courtship. Yes, date my mother. Yeah. That's. Exactly the type of things that was was showing on your asks. Yeah well, staying on MTV my next clip. Is when Sammy gets a note from snooky and Gaoyao. On. Jersey shore which I. Watched a bit of Jersey shore I watched all of the other like knockoffs a lot more like the only way is Essex in Geordie shore in just all those MTV trash shows but. All right. Let's Let's do it. Talk to Angelina. Want, we actually want the house to see Evangelina is there to ask if Samphan letter..
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"Yeah, it's a lot. and. It's a little too little too close to how Ya it was. Weird. It was. I. Don't know it was Jesse. Eisenberg and imaging. Yeah it's on Amazon prime. If you WanNa Watch it oh yeah. I'll look into it. Other than that were been watching some winona herb because Huntington local again. And? I did, watch. Don't yell at me. I did the kitten does yelled at me I watched only the first two episodes of unwell on. Netflix because I did not want to listen to the one about how people use breast milk. Like how they her why I think she like adult humans to like deal with their like the to boost your immune system I don't know from Lake Miracle Cure that crazy we do. So the first episode was about essential. To put you in where this was going in the second line was about Tatra. all-talk by white. People obviously. For Setai Yeah. But the supplement the the bobbies. Yeah. They can. They can keep that like if you have extra, maybe give it to a baby. Yeah. Can Dummy Love Hospitals Donations of. Sam. Let's blow can't produce enough or mom get sick or whatever. Right lots of different things don't give it to adult man. That's that's gross. Like three. Everything about that. Lake I, generally a live and let live me. We don't King Shame. Maybe we don't judge people for other stuff but also on fucking judging you if you drinking some random as ladies breast milk. All right yeah. Great will. To out there. It's A pretty open minded person. So yeah, like but it's not technically hurting anybody but. With side. It's unsettling. Yes. What was I watching today watching something I think on Tiktok. The MESSI TIKTOK. Like the most reality TV show tiktok that I have watched in a while I think has into, but it was this girl who was like putting finger down if. You. Her husband got married a destination wedding back in February in Mexico and then the day after leading your mom, your mother in Law said that her son has to choose between you and her because of this this and that, and it's like she's not having enough attention paid to her on day and then it goes into like the husband is living with his sister and sharing a bed and it was just like Holy Shit and I think the reason that I really felt it was because the girl who is saying it her name's Jillian as well. Like. In Solidarity. Sorry about your life. That's so fucked up man no incensed once. I'm out I'm out. It wasn't here much sharper taste. Sorry. Take, I should watch more check tank. So good. It's a big deal and so much of it is so bad like..
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"Julie Thank you for that story and your reporting as a former prosecutor and having cases like Florida versus drake. How does video evidence get treated in court? That may surprise the public. It's so great to be with you Julia. Thank you for having me. We've heard that saying a picture is worth a thousand words right well in a court of law video is worth even more. It is a critical piece of evidence, and the issue really becomes just authentication, if one side or another can authenticate it, showing that it is what it purports to be than it comes in, and then the jury can consider that evidence and we're not reliant on just statements from individuals who might have been there. We have a clear picture of what occurred in. That picture can't be altered in any way so really video evidence at the end of the day. It helps with equal protection right fourteenth amendment has. Has All citizens in our country, enjoying equal protection under the laws and having that evidence in furtherance in technology helps with that the laws must be applied equally to everyone Ju- heap, saying it. That is the keyword. Thank you so much. We're GONNA turn now to our special guests who are standing by Attorney David? Tunga is still with us and joining us now is L. Song Richardson Dean and Chancellor of the University of California, Irvine Law School. Thank you so much for being here. No, you've done extensive search on how people make judgments in different contexts and implicit bias. Can you explain and expound how that relates to what we're seeing? Absolutely, so I, to stand unconscious bias, need to understand a little bit about how our brains work our minds in order to conserve energy, they make quick, automatic and unconscious associations in response to a stimulus, so our brains are efficient information processors, so if you're sitting in a chair, you probably don't even think twice about the strange object that you're sitting on. Our brains the same thing. With? Regard to the people. So in our society where racism existed for centuries, our brains have learned to associate certain categories which certain attitudes and stereotypes and in our country. We have learned our brains have learned to associate blackness with criminality endanger and Whiteness with innocence. And the importance of understanding these unconscious associations is that we are impacted by them. Our perceptions are behaviors. Are Judgments are impacted by these unconscious biases, these unconscious associations that our brains make that may conflict with our consciously and deeply held egalitarian beliefs, so that's what makes these unconscious biases so very precious and using the word unconscious. They're awesome conscious, sometimes that mean people can't overcome it and they can't help it. So you can't so I'll answer that in two ways. It is. Unsurprising because we've grown up in this racist society that our brains have learned these associations, but Because we practice them so much by reading the news watching TV, they become unconscious, and we are not aware of them. So what we need to do is to create safeguards for us so that we don't act on them right? That is the important piece. Put structures in place. Your workplaces within your lives so that even though these unconscious biases exists, you can hopefully safeguard yourself and safeguard victims. Of Your unconscious spicy is from having to suffer the consequences of your actions. They know there are ways. Thank you so much for joining us. We have to get to a break, but we appreciate you being with us today coming up. It's almost been thirty years since Rodney. King beating opened Americans is to police brutality now. The Nation is reckoning with the death of George Floyd. What will it take to end excessive force against African Americans? All police are not bad. But, the was stance this out here during the killing. They need to be held accountable. For More Court TV, watch it on cable over the Air Roku or go to court TV DOT COM and streaming live gavel to gavel coverage. Catch up on the big moments from our current cases and relive some of court TV's most historic trials court TV your front-row seat to justice. We have to address the officers who are seemingly with impunity, using excessive force, explaining it away in a way that's offensive in intellectually dishonest and bat right now is the fire that needs to be put out. Welcome back to our court TV special, black and Blue Julia Gina. We're turning our attention now to interactions between law enforcement and the Black Community Court TV's Benny Politics. A look at what's at stake. Encounters turned deadly. We want to warn you. Some of these images are graphic. Almost thirty years ago, citizen video captured Los Angeles police. Officers Pummeling Rodney King. It was a precursor to today's viral videos of officer involved deadly force. Eric, Garner Staten Island New York, two thousand fourteen. His friend's cellphone video goes viral and the. Landau Casteel. Minneapolis Minnesota Twenty, sixteen. He had thought him get ID. Sorry his driver's license Alton. Sterling Baton Rouge Louisiana Twenty Sixteen. Row. Now, George Floyd's death, is the latest case to illustrate what black people have long said about being the targets of excessive force, and it was captured on a teenager. Cell Foam. been here before. Josh Stat. Just! But something feels different about the reaction to Floyd's death. Around the world more protesters of different races, joining black people in the streets with a clear message. There's more research today about police encounters with African Americans than there was during the Rodney King incident, according to a recent study, the six leading cause of death of young black males is police use of force. Authors conclude black men are two and a half more times likely to be killed by police than white men for Sheila Clemens Lee. Those statistics reflect her new reality a life without her oldest son. It could had a bad day in chocolate came around. You know. Each as the whole. The Neria thing in. Land use the. He just looked like a thirty one year old son piece clemens was shot and killed by a police officer during a traffic stop in Nashville Tennessee. In 2017, his family friends and supporters waged a campaign seeking justice. They collected enough signatures to get community oversight board on the ballot and voters approved it today. The board investigates allegations of misconduct toward the Metro Nashville Police Department. How do you see the relationship between police and the black community and see a huge problem because the police is trying to feel black and Brown? They're trying to play. With more police use.
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"I. Think it's great to hear. For those people who are kind of like. I think just hearing from you is and. You know maybe relating to live whether by skin color gender, whatever and just hearing from you as opposed so you know some Sassy or angry, black people on twitter. I think it's GonNa Change and it's going to be here so. Show their. Three. Working People. So, you can find me on twitter at Sharifa. Yes, mean underscore. You need to spell it. It's S. H. A. R.. I f.. Y. A., S. as in Sam I as a Nancy, underscore. I tweet about all the La TV that I come across, and if you're a semester, I, do a lot of commentary as so give me a follow and hoping image any So that's that's what we have for you this week. I hope you guys enjoyed this next week with another off-season podcast. If you are listening to this in real time, and you're coming back two years later then. We're looking at a potential all star season this summer. We're going to continue to see what's going to happen with it. But. We're going to continue to go. As we lead up to it, I'm doing the big brother four block him entry going back. To. Big Brother Four, going through it, including you know fishing through the live feeds, and really getting a sense of how the game was played then. And that's what I got for. You can find on twitter at Armstrong and on twitch twitch. Slash Taryn Armstrong. Thank you again for joining us and we'll see you next time..
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"One hundred like you don't have to go from like like. Hearing about this to. My livelihood is being threatened, even not a camera person on survivor. You doesn't you don't have to go there? This sort of like reactive defensive stance like you can just listen and go. You know what there's a point there like. Maybe I should should listen and think about this and talk about this morning. This should be a topic conversation. It's should be something that changes. In the people who it goes in Avenue Cameras, saying that the people who are usually on the crop end in sick with that are people of color the game I mean we've. On Australia just as you mentioned with the cool kids, all the people that they've targeted have thing in common. that. They're cool. I guess uncle. In. Are I just want to conclude by by just saying that like everything that we've talked about it? Compounds with all of the things that we haven't talked about like sizes them, and like able is a and all of these things that like we can't even get into specifically classism something I brought up a couple of times, but even just like yeah and gender identity, having one openly trans person on survivor ever is like completely not what life looks like. And just how those Intersex like you can say okay. We've had black black women and we've had lesbians, but like how many black lesbians have you had like? It matters to actually get like the intersection of those in our sexuality is a term that gets thrown around incorrectly. So I try to avoid saying it, but just like where where those things crossover can matter as much as just checking like every individual box. In its. Why like it matters so much that we look at not just like? How do black men do and survivor and how to white women's? Then you can say like Ok. We'll black men do find. There's no racism. White women do find so there's no sexism like where those inner latte intersect is actually like wear. A lot of the work needs to be done, so there's a million and one things that we have in covered in this, but they all compound to just create more and more hoops to jump through, and that's from casting to producing to actually the final product that ends up on the show, which influences like kids who watch. Watch this. We're looking for role models like this is an amazing place to put people that don't show up in like Hollywood. Movies or TV a lot like my role model was Stephanie Grosso when I was a kid like I had a survivor heroes, and so when you are in a position to be on prime time network. TV At eight o'clock, there are going to be people of all ages who are watching you who are looking at this show as like their viewpoint into a lot of different walks of life. The reason I'm the survivor superfan is because of serene meals on excellent, and it was the first time I saw a woman color. Time I saw someone who was seen as bright bubbly person did not take seriously dominate that game, and it meant the world's makes told me as a little.
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"Want audiences to confuse hearns keough. Own My God meanwhile Paulie got like that PG OTO hair. That men. Lakes, they cut through. All the time. What's that guy like? Somebody got his here's. Larry guys straightened and we were like well. We'll never confuse the white guy with each other. Meanwhile I cannot keep straight like any of the people who are on big brother ever because they all expose but and pollen polly getting the same hair. Fame kitschy Oh to haircuts. Holy Dispel an internal pain somewhere wherever he is right now and he doesn't know why. Team for. Oh Man. So I. Like. What is what is the way forward here? Like, if you. Look. Like, if let's say, let's say that. You know CBS. They listen to this podcast and they're like you know what these guys are Super Smart. Let's put them in charge of casting. What are we do? See. How long would it be if I'm ever Melania or someone else? Maybe just younger racket got into casting are we will never happened, but. Yeah I mean I. Think like honestly one of the ways that you start is just like. Recruiting the way that like you look at like I. think that it's one thing to like. Get to the interviews like change. The interview questions like obviously we're talking about a world where we've already changed like the makeup of the casting producers, but I think part of it is like when you're when you hire somebody for for job. It's GonNa, but. When you hire for a job, you create like a candidate Roh file, which is like what your ideal candidate with Lake and I don't know if they have that kind of thing for for big brother, but they probably have something that. I imagine they have like a vision board of all sixteen archetypes. They have like ready yarn. Don't have an..
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"Shield of being in a game with people who are like. You know it's a whole different story. If we're playing big brother, and it's eighteen trans people in eighteen Arab people and one white person like naturally, person's going to be at a disadvantage. But. That's never gonNA happen. Within reality, TV structures never focus on those voices, and so we're continuously seeing you know these people of Color. Other marginalized people leave early simply for the fact that they're not able to integrate within a larger birth. Yeah, it's something that. It's. something. That's obvious when you look at what happens every single time because. I like it is very easy to ignore into. Explain away when you look at like individual cases when you look at like well this one particular season or this one particular player. But the trend becomes very obvious when you look at what happened season after season time after time. And it's something that we talked about on Big Brother Twenty one for sure and. One of the things that I. That I mentioned at that time was that. I think it's becoming even more obvious big brother in modern seasons. Because of the way, the twists are formatted where they're giving an advantage to the majority, the majority group and they're incentivising majority groups to come together quickly. Whereas before and big brother there were. Didn't it wasn't as much of an advantage to be a majority group very early on now it is and so you're seeing this more pronounced than it had been not that it didn't exist before, but the results are even more obvious now because they're being advantaged in the came now. And, so then we're seeing twenty. You see Cam Comeback Australian. Big Brother where the twists are different that the game is formatted in such a way that. Majority groups can come together and I think again even more obvious on survivor. Because on survivor, it's literally just a majority vote. And so, this is where you can see these things play out in a more obvious fashion. Even to completely support that point I mean look at what happened to Dominique on her season big brother. Very to happen with Kimmy at that list did not receive the same amount of Lissi, or is on that because it was more apparent with the camp comeback, in the fact that every single person who is there with either Brown or black or personal. I completely agree with that. You kimmy. Long enough radio..
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"Really kind of stressful time to be a big organizer. Not just an emmy on and there's a lot of things that are uncertain but as we deal with this there's going to be alive changes and things like that and I know it's easier said than times but the big thing that's going to help everyone out his be patient. It seems like every invention is either putting out their cancellation notice. Postponement notice or a week away and see. We're still planning it. Update things like that. And it's a lot of uncertainty part of the reason why a lot of you'll see a lot of conventions kind of way to what feels almost like last minute to cancel or postpone on comes down to invite insurance. That takes a lot of money to to put on a convention. It's very expensive especially the bigger more money. Insta- put up put on but a lot of times conventions have to wait until the venue says that they have to Hansel or like a government mandate for example. May Boston for kind of Massachusetts to make some more decisions and things like that and a lot of the comes down to a vet insurance. If you are a camaraderie should have insurance on many conventions Centers actually require it now because of things like that so and most of these organizations a lot of them. It seems like they're making money only really making enough money to put on the Van. And that's why they need the insurance that in case happen so they have to wait until they can actually activate that insurance which is a tough one takes a lot of organization making sure. Everything's right because if ben heck of an has to cancel doesn't have insurance that might be. The end of the game convention in Calms have been around for decades. Now we've all be really heard. We'd rather see them. Take a year off than cease to A. B. Altogether so there's a related to that be patient with conventions that you're interacting with the takes time to figure all this out and going to the right answer and related to be supportive of the staff. I will speak for my own personal experience. I'm just one part personal enemy Boston staff. These opinions are my own but when the news prevent and May Boston had to cancel for this year. I would have kind of facebook post announcing it and everything and I'll be honest I I was reading all the kind words from attendees APP or saying things like we know. It's hard decision because making the right one. We're GONNA come back in two thousand twenty one. We Wanna see that in that as someone who knows how much work goes into putting on the convention and seeing that in knowing how hard it wait on the US on that for me personally. It really did a lot and I know. The only staffer for Emi Boston feels that way. So if you can just giving or encouragement to the convention staff wherever you can really does mean a lot and it does go a long way. Speaking of being supportive. There's other ways you can do it. You can follow it. There's a vendor is specifically lake. You know You know they always exhibit and they have a facebook page or they're planning on having a special release now there's releasing that The over there somewhere you made to your ordering it and things like that because some of these vendors how is their only chance to do it now followed him as you know that they were contact them. See if you can find out the way that it's a very tough thing so that's one thing you can do. Another air group of Artists artists are big at conventions. And some of these more some of these people that don't have you know primary gigs. Like they just do this as a side thing.
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"Week I'm reporting on East Bay Comic Con. It's it's a comic convention that is held in the East Bay But they I mean the eastern border of the San Francisco go bay so it's East northeast of San Francisco. It's north of Oakland and south of Sacramento. It's held in Concord California and last month in-cabin. I went to California one. It's a doctor who convention held over President's Day weekend in Los Angeles at the Elliott Mariot. So if you're flying in. Lax Ticket Hotel shuttle. Are there. It's supposed to be confine in our podcast for awhile may remember call about two years ago. I didn't report on the Commission. Store celebration that was held in Orlando Florida. Well there was another star. We're celebrating this year. I was twenty nine thousand nine hundred and it was April eleventh through fifteenth and held in Chicago. It's interesting choice venue. Normally it's in Anaheim California a learn to Florida and in Europe as well in this was a very different location and it is Easter weekend which means only one thing. Well yeah an enemy about reporting the end of summer here in the Northern Hemisphere. So you know what that means. It's time for me to once again. Do An odor con con report and then here to talk about SAC anime summer. Twenty nine thousand. Nine X was once again June this year in two thousand nineteen was held once again at the convention center in Atlantic City. New Jersey. Okay can you believe it. We're actually at our less convention convention report of Two Thousand Nineteen. We've gone through the year and we've gone to a lot of conventions tunnel audit stuff seen a lot of things and we're now at the last report art for me it was NYC this year. It was November fifteenth through the Seventeenth at the Jacob Javits Center in New York City and so on and talk about the advantages of small conventions. First the costs are lower You can get a smaller convention. They're taking up space or less hotel space and so so it costs them less to rent this venue which means their costs are lower which they can pass that savings on to you. If this smaller commission is close to Your House. It's cheaper travel. You don't have to get on a plane to fly across the country to go stand in line and waiting and H or something. Just drive an hour our so and you're at this convention Another big advantage of small conventions is there more intimate The crowds are much less because obviously they're smaller conventions rather than something with one hundred thousand or fifty thousand or even ten thousand people. You're looking at a few hundred people and so that means that for the guests that are there you get more face time. Because they're there for three day weekend probably and that means that if they're at a large convention you pay for your VIP pass you'll get maybe picturing autograph and that's all you see them. Maybe be there panel but at smoke emission. You may pass them in the hallway. They'd be hanging out just wandering around. You can talk to them and interact. And so it's definitely if you if there's a guest going to a small convention check that out and you'll get more interaction. It's also easier easier to meet up with friends because the convention is cheaper you can probably convinced more of your friends in the area to go and hang out for the weekend. It's also easier to meet New People because small convention. You'RE GONNA see a lot of the same faces over and over. I may be going to the same panels. You may be in line for some event. The lines aren't going to be as long. And just you know hanging out and enjoying the convention you see a lot the same faces and so it's a lot easier to talk to people say. Oh Yeah I like your cost him. You like that show too and you know you can get more interaction whereas a large convention. You'll see see the person wants say. Oh great picture my talk a bit then you never see the also small conventions are better start conventions so if you haven't been to any conventions or many check out a small one you know telling the water see how it is before you jump in to some large ten thousand plus event. You're smart you're supporting a small business in a local business and that's always a good thing thing. A lot of larger conventions especially those that are held in multiple cities are run by a corporation. That's located somewhere else. But if you're going to a small con it's probably run by people in or near the place where that conventions located and so it's helping your local businesses in helping to small business and small cons. Need your support.
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"Japan whose name like i feared and excites me because i've just been seeing his name for over twenty years now but dance hack hyman backtoback nights directed d leftovers episode with sprinkler tear spot and then directed the better call saul episode chicanery so like it no one had a better to night rounding all of 2017 is a tv director than dance acai so maybe at some point he gives shot the big lakes asserting that we still consider movies to be a bigger league than tv that's bizarre all right brian now has the most important question of this podcast really any other podcast it it relates to to a little show about a pope who is yang albeit not as young as me and as we've established i'm an old man matt wants to know what happen to the kangaroo brian what happened to the bleeping kangaroo uh yet as one of the great other answered questions for the television year be a brief round out as we although he pope received a kangaroo from the australian government as a gift upon becoming pope because this what you do so it gives you kangaroo he released kangaroo the vatican gardens the kangaroo bounced around with show every now and again he was sometimes there the kangaroo while he had deep personal up thought said the revelations about things that are going on his life had it was a whole big thing and that it toward the end of the season that people started getting concerned because they couldn't find the kangaroo and that spoiler alert we found the kangaroo in the kangaroo had bed murdered on the steps of the garden did the vatican ed.
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"Hatch when the thing becomes the thing is that that's automotive pia in in the snake is eating it's a tale us terrible your terrible i've been called i my last one is there was an episode of lady dynamite the season which we did went up not talking about on the podcast called apache justice were maria bamford gets a job on a tv show called apache justice which is i believe described as like an improv crime procedural involving gate of american characters uh one of the people on it is in indian as in from india who is playing in indian as in native american who is also marie is dr in the episode as she is worrying about uh i believe cdf and cast includes a coyote who is named peter coyote who does not play a coyote on apache justice but instead plays either an eagle or a hawk and this all happened in one episode of the shoah and was maybe not even the strangest thing to happen in lady dynamite season too there's a lot going on there really is and even be describing it does dutch would capture have surreal and amusing and delightful lady dynamite as so a grease rambam verdes she's pretty funny lay the nine i've seen some of her stand of specials at everything like that and she's she's really uh one of our creative minds you've got out there ed when you're listening all these things that happen to the episode knowing what i know about maria bamford and are you know a quality a general history of body of work of like yeah yeah get it makes sense okay yeah all right richard the coyotes wolf or whatever you okay you.
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"Heartbreaking experience of tv ad longtime halt catch fires is beautiful ed review i thought that it would be a possible i had no idea what they would do at the way they did it really was nice so i was really happy that what are the nice parts about there being 30000 tv shows everywhere is that there's room for that to happen we can give these nice shows a way to go out their own terms at all three of i thought knocked out of the park officials right bear i it daca yard pfefferle like one of the great things about peak tv and the rewriting of tv economics is that you can have something like called get fire which is literally the lowest rated show am she has ever aired run for foresees switch even a couple of years before would not have been a thing but here it was possible and it was cool it was great we talked about that a whole lot yeah i it is by theory that the halt catch fire is not watched by anyone who has not paid to watch tv for live which is a shade through the good though really unusual watch it all right so my number three is the fact that brian cranston came back to tv to play of villanova on another actors show i mean tactically he cocreated and was a producer on sneaky pete but it's still very special guest star brian cranston for the whole first season of that show and the fact that they that he was willing to do it to sort of save that show ever cbs dumped it was exemplified a lot of what i liked about sneaky pete which is really familiar in a lot of ways very like cable anti one on one even though it's on streaming and yet every after they cast is like two or three notches better than that show needed and especially cranston what you could have gotten a million different people to play the the evil poker guy which at rank rates in one of the great tv villains of all time would agree tv actors of all time doing it and that elevated everything right there and all really stuck under the radar a little bit because.
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"All right so first things first were each going to go back and forth picking five things we liked it at tv in 2017 it can be what ever you want it can be performances it can be episodes anything at all and you know we're going to try not to maybe pick from things that were in our top10 otherwise my five items would all be carry kuhn related most likely right yeah late one through four at least for me would be like routines at two goats seed ceteris at ms at a perfect strangers it's at red cetera it off in some kinda she did all right i'll what would you why don't you go first bryant why don't idle well all right so let me preface nece with last week i put out a list of like the berries dan i called the very specific with tv awards secondyear of done of and they are just a lot of superlatives like i said very specific so instead of giving out it'll best performance i gave it a sad waterson the award for best mustache or i gave an award for outstanding achievement in the field of customs to peter mcnicoll from veep for is the see where ogle jeff came to join his office is torn apart so i'm going to try not to double up on a lot of those but these are some of the other things that are along those lines that i would choose is my favorite things the so the first thing i'm gonna go with is net flicks really targeting in in zeroing in on.