17 Burst results for "Terry Turner"
"terry turner" Discussed on WTMJ 620
"Our ladder up against the garage there on the roof. All right. What are you waiting for? Climb up the ladder and get him. Who? Me? Yeah, and take the glory away from you. You get them know somebody's coming down the ladder. Well, let's go back in the house. Live and let live. That's what I say. Come on. Don't make a move or I'll shoot. Don't shoot, Please headache for myself. I'm asking, but I got a little boy at home. Just like you, sir. Just like yeah, Junior. Pop. Well, I thought it was a great We were playing spy. Oh, right. It's junior. They were playing, but well, you know it all the time. Well, you don't think I believed all his bunk about spies? I've been playing this silly game all week. Game. Well, yeah, I'm Terry Turner. Agent F seven of the U. S Secret service, and we got a code. We got out of this book here. You see? Terry Turner, the terror of the underground. You see, That's your comic books for you some comic. Give me that book. Junior. What? Well, don't tear it up. I'm tearing up every one of these books you have, but all the fellas have them. Well, they won't when I get through. I'm going to go to every parent in this neighborhood and tell them what these books are doing to their kids. Oh, no, Don't take it easy, Riley. You don't have to go that far. No, I'm going even further. I'm going to collect every comic book. I can lay my hands on and burn them, but But Pop. We've got a free press in this country, and my teacher says we got to fight censorship, Correct. People are entitled to their own ideas, even if you don't agree with them, But there's such a thing as decency. This trash it's it's on tomorrow. This ain't censorship. This is sanitation, but I was trying to talk me out of it. My head's made up Believe me, Mrs Dirk and I know what I'm talking about Them. Books are ruining our kids mine and take my word for it. Bill. These.
"terry turner" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA
"Thomas NewsRadio, Wofl a bit warmer today at 85 degrees with a nice breeze and only a 10% rain chance he had 66 degrees at news radio W fella. The presidential election is still undecided this morning, but the path to victory for President Trump is getting more and more narrow. The counting continues, but it appears Democrat Joe Biden is on the verge of winning the presidency. I'm not here to declare that we've won But I am here to report with Countess finished. We believe we will be the winner, the former vice president speaking yesterday, the Fox News decision, Dust projected Biden on Lee needs six more electoral college votes from any of the four outstanding states to win any of the undecided states. Except Alaska puts him over the top president Trump needs to run the table almost Fox's Leland Vitter more results this morning out of Arizona, which is in the projected Bide and win column show he'll maintaining his lead over President Trump 51.4% to 47.2%. Following the election. Governor de Santa says the difference in the way Florida handled the returns as opposed to some other states was dramatic. Speaking to reporters in Tallahassee governor said Florida had vanquished the ghosts of the 2000 election debacle rather than us being at the center of a Bush versus Gore in 2020. We're now look being looked at as the state that did it right. While the governor's praising state and local elections officials for the job they did. He was critical of the TV networks, especially Fox fur waiting for hours to call Florida for President Trump. He says the race was in the bag by 9 30 called it a real resistance to recognize reality. Florida Republicans or taking a victory lap after Tuesday's election, and a Bay Area lawmaker says it's a credit to the party and its organisation state senator and chair of the Republican Party of Florida job routers says the GOP has something to be proud of in the Sunshine State Historic night here, Florida where we absolutely blew The Democrats away. Ah, electorally all the way from the top. Take it with President Trump all the way down to a lot of our local candidates. It was just a historic win for 40 router, says the Republicans. Key to success was out working the Democrats in campaign efforts and voter registration. Morgan last NewsRadio Wofl, a Florida voters passed amendment to which will raise the minimum wage to $15 an hour by the year 2026. Orlando attorney John Morgan pushed for it. The working poor in Florida won in a very, very big and forever way, and not only did they win but their Children, one Morgan downplayed arguments by economists that it wasn't a good time to push for a wage hike in the middle of a pandemic. He also says he has done with amendments because state lawmakers have made it so much harder. To get them on the ballot. Two political newcomers are taking seats on the Sarasota City Commission television host Kyle Batty beating coming Commissioner Willy Show in the District one race, while attorney Eric Arroyo defeated property manager Dan Clermont in District three. Patty and Arroyo will be sworn in on Friday, along with incumbent Liz Albert, who turned back a challenge from former city commissioner Terry Turner. In District two commissioners will also select a new mayor and vice mayor. Riko Social News radio. W L. A coded related deaths in Florida's prison system continue going up An additional 10 prison inmates have died of covert 19, bringing the death toll to 180, according to the Florida Department of Corrections. The new total up from 170 a week earlier. Of the additional deaths, including two workers were tied to the reception and medical center in Union County, bringing the total for that facility to 41. Since the pandemic began. 16,631 inmates have tested positive for covert 19 3508 corrections workers have tested positive and four have died. John Conrad NewsRadio W fella, the storm, causing major damage and flooding in Nicaragua could be doubling back and coming to Florida. National Hurricane Center puts Tampa Bay and South Florida and the forecast cone the tropical depression. ADA forecasters expect ADA to move through Honduras and approach the Cayman Islands and Cuba this weekend. From there, it could move toward South Florida. Which could get up to 10 inches of rain by Monday. Stay informed during hurricane season with VeloNews Dotcom's Operation Storm Watch brought to you by Morgan Exteriors. It's 706 at news radio valet. It may not be easy getting your hands on an iPhone 12. There's a shortage of power chips that are vital for the new version of the Apple device. While Bloomberg has learned that suppliers are prioritizing apples needs over other buyers, the shortage could complicate apples efforts to meet holiday demand. The job market will again be in focus this morning as we get weekly jobless claims, which were seeing still elevated but edging down from the week before. Also on tap. The October announced job cuts to Pinellas Park warehouses have been sold for nearly $27 million International private equity real estate investment firm Cabin Properties, is the buyer of the buildings that were built earlier this year. 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"terry turner" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD
"Found that off ramp right lane is blocked. Also checking out roadwork on the turnpike South bound on the ram from the Shula that on ramp is closed. I'm Ricky was so news radio 6 10. Tropical storm ADA being watched over Central America. This might have an impact on South Florida early next week, possibly direct impact. We're going to keep a close eye on this. A few scattered storms. Overnights. Alot of 77 storms are likely Thursday something of downpours freezing northeast winds high in the low eighties with updates around the clock on South Florida's a severe weather station on the Weather Channel's Mark Sabado one who's ready of 6 10. Two political newcomers are taking seats on the Sarasota City Commission television host Kyle Batty beating coming Commissioner Willie Shawn the district one race, while attorney Eric Arroyo defeated property manager Dan Clermont in District three. Batty and Arroyo will be sworn in on Friday, along with incumbent lose Albert, who turned back a challenge from former city commissioner Terry Turner. In District two commissioners will also select a new mayor and vice mayor. I'm Riko show, a familiar face will be the next sheriff in the Scandia County chief deputy Chip Simmons, the elected sheriff. Simmons replaces his boss, Sheriff David Morgan, who's retiring after three terms. The Department of Health reported 4423 new Covert 19 cases Wednesday along with 32 recent resident deaths, the state's positivity rate 7.75% with Florida's news. I'm John Conrad. I want to know the latest local headlines. Basque, Alexa Alexa play W Y O D on I Hard radio. That's where everyone goes for local news, weather and traffic. Guys do you want to rev up your bedroom performance, The medical expert said. Health gains are treating Eddie with Gaines Wave gains wave is a revolutionary, non invasive pill free and shut free Edie treatment that breaks.
"terry turner" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI
"Family eyes, everybody. Well, I hope you're doing well. We've got a great show for you visit without court visit Geri here in just a minute, But we've got one with GVR. John course, is going to call in. He's gonna tell us a little bit about What's going on there. He's got He's got some inside scoop. That's all I'll say So you'll be sure to listen that talk about Dunlop Lockwood, the lakes and what's going on with Guadalupe River. So yeah, that'd be fun. Then we'll try to visit with Billick Ocean, and that'd be the first hour then. If you want to follow us over On your free. How hard at a M 1300 zone. We're going talkto Chico then will visit with Failed. Spencer, his God fishes the base. Around corpus in that area. Then we're going to talk to Bo Read Bow as Ah, well, Hell's pop shot Ron. Real repair is about that, and he's got wants to talk about one of the local creeks around here. It's a big creek. Brushy Creek is a Big creek and he wants we've been fishing. It wants to tell us about what he's found out. I'm sitting there. Obama. Yes, I was fishing that creek when I have five years old. Faces. Damn! That must been just wanted Farmed Asai. Buddy like been fishing for quite a few years, and it's very good. Very good fishery for just a little stream. It's a good fishery. So then we're going to talk to Oh, yeah. Jody Bar with White Point, LBJ. Then we'll Then I'm looking forward to this and we're going to talk to Terry Turner. Terry is a hog trapper, feral hog trapper. Plus, he buys A lot of Feral hogs and, you know, resells them. And he has places they sends him to an inn. The butcher amount, then they sell them. But here in the state of Texas well, really, the nation We're having a bad Farrell Hog problem Bad. You're in the state. We have close to two million. Nationwide over nine million. And I tell you, a feral pig, Sal. Can breed up to twice a year. She'll have anywhere from 5 to 12. Piglets. Each time she You've been bread and she has has this as piglets. And Now, then, those pigs the South Well by the time they hear 4 to 5 months old. They could be bred and have piglets. Now, are you doing the math folks? We're having a bad problem. And right now with this pandemic, people aren't getting out and shoot them. You know, hurt him like they should. So what we're going to talk about is different ways that wouldn't control him. How no trap and Shooting about a helicopter sets and let you be fun or nails. But I want to go shoot on a 12 out of a helicopter shooting that Biggs but anyway it would be a blast. Boat. You know? Hutton is not going to control No in the world. You can't eat that many pigs. The state is going to have to allow Poison, and they have some poison that will not affect Your pants and such as that. You know, buzzards and all that kind of stuff. So, yeah, it's gonna be This is something that has been coming down the line for a long time. In fact, We follow the feral pigs back to Christopher Columbus. Now, of course, he didn't land and the only The United States may be so, but I don't think so. I think it landed in in the islands, but that's when Pharrell pigs were brought to this bar the world Then, as the more the Conquistadors came over, they brought him and what the reason they brought him in because they could carry him in the ships. And then once they were let him out. And and had a couple of pig herders. Keep moving with the with the The explorers. They had food. And they knew pigs could pretty much fan for the self so they'd go out and find whatever they could eat. Lady didn't and well and Ah, when people got hungry yet we'll harvest couple pigs and we'll feed everybody. So and then. A lot of them would get loose. Well, also, they would just leave them when they left. They just left the pigs here. So we've had pigs. For 3 to 400 years. That's crazy. Now these and now Back in the thirties they were bringing in Russian bores over and the reason they were bringing the Russian bores, taken down South Texas and release him because they found out that eat rattlesnakes. So they really releasing them down there Then they were crossing with the pharaoh pigs that were down there And then, as Mohr and Mohr feral piece came around, then all of a sudden our domestic pigs started getting loose. Has crazy how fast a domestic pig will go, Farrel. I mean, we're looking at months, their snouts grow their touch to start growing out, and they start their hair gets coarser, so they stay warm. It's crazy. I mean, it's It's something I was gonna have to take care of. Now. Next week. I'm working on getting Some of the Professors from Texas and him. To talk about Farrell Pigs. So you know different ways of controlling them. How we can do it. You know, I don't know if we can eat our way out of this. I don't think so. But I guess we could try. But I know a lot of people like feral pigs. I'm one of those guys. How many they nothing better than about 40 to £60 Show throat on, skin it out. Throw it on a On a barbecue pit cooking slow man made It's good stuff. So yeah, I got a great show Talk. Feral pigs will talk some fishing. We'll talk a little hunting. Who knows? We'll just go toe jammer, but We do have a great show. And I want to thank everybody for turning in this morning and I didn't get too. Good morning, Shannon. How are you doing this morning? Well, sir, thank you. We're both Varley. Both of us were God gets more coffee, and, uh, I've got brunch after this little big beauty game. I got to be ready for this day..
"terry turner" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM
"Murder a gorgeous day a little chilly though sunny with a high of thirty eight partly cloudy tonight and a low of twenty two don't make it out of the twenties tomorrow I'm John her and I'm Kerr Darling here's what's trending at twelve noon four people were killed and apartments on the east side two weeks ago the shooting deaths of Kumari hunt Braxton Ford Jaylen Roberts and Marcel wills happened at those apartments on forty second admit Hafer and police had no suspects soon after the shooting but now police have arrested and charged for people with those murdered they are Rhonda Reese Anderson Cameron banks Desmond banks in the Sean Watkins each of them charge of four felony counts of murder and robbery an arrest affidavit says investigators used positive ideas of the four men and Facebook posts along with fingerprints and DNA at the crime scene to track down all four of them if you're convicted if a if you're a convicted felon and you're caught with a gun in Indianapolis you may face federal charges that make it a lot tougher to get out of jail Chris Davis reports on what could help some Indies some of these crime problem numbers are twice what they were this time last year non fatal shootings are up to now the feds in Indy have an expanded partnership the first tool that we have for a felon with a gun is what is called pre trial detention U. S. attorney Josh Megler says the feds can hold you know bail if you are a felon and you've got a firearm which may help answer one of the complaints that local law allows people an automatic bond in some cases maker says federal sentencing is tougher to for the individuals that commit these gun crimes these felons with a gun the recommendation is they go to prison they don't go to community corrections they don't go to a halfway house Chris Davis ninety three W. I. B. C. mobile news good or judge struggling to get votes in Nevada he's fourth in most polls within the state and fifth in most national polling data at a town hall Los Vegas but a judge went after front runner Bernie Sanders and his Medicare for all plan for healthcare senator Sanders doesn't seem to think it matters how much things cost there's a gap of twenty five trillion dollars in his plan which is bigger than the whole US economy and I think as a candidate I've got a responsibility to explain to you how it's gonna Adam now with Mike Bloomberg entering the race but a judge says the Democratic Party is in bigger danger of losing its identity with regular Americans to judge Sanders and Bloomberg will debate tonight in Las Vegas along with Elizabeth Warren Joe Biden and any clover jar Japan drawing the ire of many over its actions to contain the corona virus on the diamond princess cruise ship boxes Simon if time is being criticized for its quarantining if the diamond princess cruise ship a two week quarantine ending today US authorities are questioning whether it was worth it it's a time confirms more than six hundred infections aboard but American passenger Renee space he's in a hospital in Tokyo after contracting the virus has kind of words yeah this is Terry Turner and if people have already okay I really do later it was doing their best aged eighty she and husband Clyde have both tested positive Simon outside fox news coming up hinge has arrived that story and more next on ninety three double the white BC coming up on Tony Katz today they're going to debate tonight but who is going to have the focus to win that's coming up in three minutes a bill banning companies from using high tech to play Big Brother has one final approval in the state legislature house and Senate voted unanimously to ban companies requiring you to have a microchip implant her body to service your employee access card terra Haute senator John Ford says he's not aware of anyone proposing to do that so as the technology is there and in view so with the use of force and what other information from I think it just opens up a huge door that we're not ready for yeah Ford says at least one American company and several in Europe for using chip implants not for employee ID you put in place a credit card Eric Berman ninety three white beast of burden Costa Rica might not have a full time ride twenty twenty but James Hinchcliffe has found a ride for this year's Indianapolis five hundred rob Connor reports in twenty fifteen Hinchcliffe almost died in the crash while practicing for the Indy five hundred in twenty eighteen he failed to qualify for the race and at the end of twenty nineteen he was let go from his team but his cliff is returning now with Andretti Autosport Indianapolis is such a special place you know any driver just they just want to win this race so badly that it doesn't matter how many times a kitchen down or how hard it kicks you when you're down there you're going to get up and you're going to fight again and you're going to go after that that ultimate prize he says this gives him the best shot at checking off the box rob company three day like simple haven't heard in a while and now you're sure to give you probably will never hear.
"terry turner" Discussed on Sunday Sitdown with Willie Geist
"And Christmas music for all those things and the elephant is Mabel. Bunce the school nurse which I imagined. As a kind of Dame Edna male ballet dancers supported by four mice and the Stanza was Mabel bunce the school cool nurse lumbers into the hall the scourge of each virus and germ though nurse bunce was decidedly wider than tall. Her size didn't hamper her movements at all when she daintily waltzed at the elephant ball a flirtatious and perked packager and then ball but all the ball on boom boom boom. You know the familiar sound. Chris loved this since you've got to be able once you're talking to a solo artist with the New York City Ballet. You know what I love the you have the same. Join your voice talking talking about that piece as you would about some huge film it that Jerry. Oh yeah I mean what especially remember George Plumpton of course implant himself playing football with yes. Well that's kind of what I've been able to do perform with major major symphony orchestras and perform with the New York City ballet and performing at Carnegie Hall Things have just come my way and I don't know in all of these I'm a sort of I'm sort of clown. I'm very in in each each of these areas. I'm a very good actor like I I baked on the great British bake off. You know just because they asked him. I thought my great failing in life is that. I'm almost incapable of saying no. Somebody asks me to do something. Chances are I'll say yes in such trouble ticket to the four seasons give you five minutes and you're in uh in for six seasons but look that led to I I mean an honestly. This was something I was never going to do. And it changed changed my life and all sorts of ways I got to work with John. CLEESE and Billy Connolly Bill Irwin Kathy fee Bates Christine Baranowski. All of them doing nutball comedy. I mean what a luxury we're talking about your prodigious his talent as an artist prevail upon you sketch something too much to ask. Well what do you want me to. Do you have anything anything. Oh this is an ambush see Bonnie Bonnie and Terry Turner got nothing on you Grell all right something in our neighborhood. Maybe I tell you what. Here's my here's a nice orange color. Let me do Our President for you the voice sure. Oh my God because I've done him a bid where to start with the hair. Of course I don't I can't guarantee this. Is You really have sabotaged. But I was you my best to the test but we just talked about that. You're upraising pretty good. So far God get myself open big trouble I see it this not too bad yeah. I think he's done it. Look I am Bush. Did there we go. That's our president. There is hail to the chief back here is almost elsie and I mean that was We in that was that was a choice. uh-huh task this unique central park south. A sign. This for you. That's fantastic. Okay there we are frame that uh-huh leaving with a souvenir. Thank you John. History my big thanks to John Lithgow for a great conversation member station and for that autographed souvenir you can see. John's new film bombshell in theaters. Now and joining me. Now on the Sunday sit down. podcast is the producer of this podcast. Maggie Law Hey Maggie and the producer of the interview with John Lithgow for Sunday today. Todd Cross Todd. Good see you my pleasure. Thank you so we should explain Blaine. What was just happening to our podcast listeners? To kind of paint a visual picture You knew that John Lithgow was something of an artist as he told us in the interview that he still had that good and that good hand with a pencil and so you had a sketch pad off to the side and you said if it feels right slide it in front of him and let's see what he can do. Oh yes and thank you for doing that. Willy and thank you John for being so willing to give it a try. Seems that Artistry in painting in in drawing has been a theme in his life. Yeah certainly from the very beginning. Even in some of the roles that he's played Winston Churchill. Right was quite the painter right so I couldn't resist and not suggest to add that into our conversation. I could see it on his face. He was surprised at first. And then pleasantly surprised. Almost immediately said okay sure beforehand too. He was like I'll pretty much say yes to anything. Era Bulb goes off right like well. Do you want to do a drawing for what. Yeah I'LL DO I'll post it on social media. You can see it because he did reach for the Orange Pencil doing that. They call any did a pretty good sketch of of of President Short quick amount of time on the spot. It wasn't a SPA under a minute. Damn talent and to to Maggie's point about doing anything anything tied. I thought what part of what impressed me about John and I sort of knew this going in but it was fun to hear him. Talk about. Is How enthusiastic. He is about everything he does. He was talking about a friend said. Could you write a poem for the Nutcracker. The group of children are performing. Yes I would love to. He just loves to create. He loves to act and to make art and it seems to me. Obviously I didn't know him way back when he's as joyful about what he does as he was when he started exactly such exuberance for the a serious roles to the fund silly roles everything in between. Yeah and that's kind of I liked when he said you know I can go do Shakespeare one day and then do daddy's home two the next day Dan. He's enjoys those those two things equally which I thought was cool. You actually got some time with them When John arrived at the restaurant near his In his neighborhood here in New York City you got to talk to him and you actually met him before exactly. My goal is to put them at ease but certainly for John. He didn't need my help in that department but We we talked briefly and I reminded him that I actually met him. Five years prior we worked on video production project for the Manhattan Theatre Club where he put put together a video tribute for one of his favorite directors. Daniel Sullivan and I have fond memories from that day where he came in and we put together other a sketch that was based on What's it called the master Theater masterpiece thank. You Sat in large chair chair of the Roman bus behind with candles glowing reflecting over a large book Over his friends career so it was a nice moment comment and I got to chat with him about that yet. He's Maggie you know because you've been on tons of these were produced. Some of them now too is there. Is that sort of warm arm up period before the interview. Todd says John Lithgow needed zero. That's Nice I mean I feel like I usually. I mean they're always kind of like going through a press. Stay or something to us. So it's nice to have those like five minutes or so to kind of warm up to somebody. You're just Chit Chat a little bit before you do the interview. But he doesn't. It didn't seem like he was somebody who we needed to be. Warmed dropped in neighborhood with a copy of the New York Times under his arm and sat down for a chat with US incredibly Warm Guy and when you sit down tied and like look at the body of work Stunning I mean. I said forty years. That's just the onscreen gene stuff. That doesn't even go back to the theater as the beginning of his career. Exactly those amazing movies through the eighty s They're close to my heart some of my favorites and he continues has to be doing fine. Where today MAG you're too young for? footloose I think. But you're aware we're very aware unfortunately have not seen it so third rock from the sun from the ninety s sitcoms. I've definitely seen and what's funny about him. As I could tell my ten year old son I was going to see John Lithgow and he was a daddy's home too so he has has. This range is incredible. Range audience from Nineteen Seventies New York City Theater to ten year old. George Geist in Daddy's home two who thinks that's the the only thing he's ever been in. I'm glad you brought up third rock also because I'm afraid I don't think I appreciate it this show as much as I should and doing research for for your conversation looking at the clips again. It was hilarious. Yes I know. I didn't actually watch it in real time. I probably watched it more since than when it was actually John but it is. He's incredibly funny in it. I guess there's a reason he won the Emmy three times for that. I mean it's amazing that he can do that and then play Winston Churchill in the crown. She's just as that's impressive. He's amazing todd. Thank you very much. That was a fun. One Maggie. Thank you as always and thanks.
"terry turner" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM
"Chances are celebrating the fiftieth anniversary of the miracle Mets today at the cradle of aviation museum on Long Island Steve casting down well will not win the World Series this year but another unlikely story was written in Major League Baseball history last night Robert workman has sports in LCS in Washington last night game for the nationals completed their sweep of the cardinal seven forgiven the red birds a taste of their own medicine last week the cards on a ten spot on the Braves in the first inning of the deciding game of the division series this time she was on the other foot and it was a size seven six hits while walking an error seven runs in the first inning card started to cut a Hudson was gone after just fifteen pages Patrick Corbin meantime is bringing in for Washington he struck out the side in the first inning added two more case in the second and the third family side again in the fourth although we did allow Yadier Molina dinner thrown all those pitches maybe Saint Louis is able to catch up with them in the fifth loading the bases with nobody out they scored three to make it seven four before Corbin reverted to form and struck out Paul Goldschmidt and Marcell Ozuna to end the threat nesting in another man as far as second base after that first inning eruption the red bird said one last gasp loading the bases with two outs in the eighth but Daniel Hudson came out of the bullpen retire Matt carpenter on the ground and then set down the side in order in the night for the safe now we can drink was named series M. V. P. but he says it was a team effort to be able to be back with these guys guys like Sam Brenda own you know Soto Terry Turner I mean it means a lot to be around these guys because I learned so much from them and I love these guys just as much as they Love Me the nationals going to the World Series for the first time in franchise history dating back to their Montreal Expos roots in nineteen sixty nine the year the Mets and they're the first Washington need to go to the series since the senators of nineteen thirty three American League Championship Series in New York for game three the Astors over the Yankees for one to take it to one seriously the sale Tuesday and Josh Reddick homered in the first and second off Luis Severino New York at multiple threats against Gerrit Cole they loaded the bases in the first got to an on on the.
"terry turner" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"The big bang theory. He has been with this show, pretty much from the very beginning right through the season finale, which is taking place in may twenty nineteen. He was also a writer at third rock from the sun. Dave gach. Welcome to Bloomberg. Thank you, very well. So good to be, so you have a really fascinating history. How did you start out writing for third rock from the sun? How did that come about? And for some of you who may be a little younger that was a show with John Lithgow in and Joseph, Gordon Levitt was a pretty popular sitcom, and it stay. How'd you find your way there? Well, I, I had to learn that you could be a sitcom writer that was a job. You didn't know that was in Connecticut. I loved watching television. But I never thought about who wrote that stuff who was filming that stuff. What was that business like? And so when I was a senior in high school, there was a guy who just had graduated from college, and he came back and he taught for year my school, and we ended up doing a little radio station nothing like this recording studio. And we did a little show there with another teacher. And it was these guys were hilarious. And it was sitting around like this and just making each other laugh. And he then left that year to go to film school within a year and a half, he was a writer on cheers. So he's sitting such his name's rob long and a couple of years later, he was executive producer of cheers. So as I thought about going to college and being a lawyer doing whatever in the back of my mind, I always remembered what he described being sitcom writer was like, which is sitting around in a room with ten people were funnier than any of your friends and trying to make them laugh and write a little play and put it on TV and your grandparents. Watch it, and that with a few million ideally, along with a few million other people. And so. There were a bunch of other things that I thought about doing. But ultimately after an interview at Goldman Sachs for the Vic with the fixed income division where I said, you know what I'm going to be a psychomotor site moved to Los Angeles. No, the fixed income desk at Goldman Sachs, those guys are hilarious that meeting was unbelievable. Because I put on my uncles I didn't have a seat. I put my uncle's tweed suit in the middle of August, and I went down there to Wall Street and I sat and talked to this, the, and I literally didn't know what fixed income, once you go to jail. You get enrolled. Fix it fix it. And I remember her saying. When was the last time you read the Wall Street Journal, and I said, well, honestly, this has been pretty crazy. Time for me. I think twenty two I don't have a job. There's nothing going on. She's like, I can't believe you're going to Goldman Sachs and having a meeting and you haven't read the Wall Street Journal, I was like, well, like, like I said, things would me my girlfriend crazy. So that didn't work offered me a job in fact. Yeah, but that's the really liked you sound like a bad start winning interview strategy. Yes, listen. I apologize. But things are crate. Do you have any other things? And so, so you so the way you get into the old way of getting into Hollywood and being a TV writers you, right? You wrote sample scripts, and then you try to get an agent in that agent gets you a job on during staffing season now. That's spec process has changed. It has changed a lot. The first thing that's changed is that people don't write old shows like you would write a friend. If you wanted to get on a show when friends is on you'd a sample, France, and then that would show. You weren't apply into friends. Ideally, the people offensive never read it, it would just be okay. I know this guy can write in the voice of other characters can be a team player on staff. And now what everybody wants is an original. And so there so that process has changed. And in fact, now, I teach classes at USC and I recommend that people just shoot stuff and make it and have a trailer. Video make a video make make it's hard to get anybody to read anything. But if I said to, you will you even one hundred twenty page screenplay or watch my two minute video, you might watch video but from that two minute video, you get a sense of, hey, this guy, he knows how to write and direct even if he's in it, he's, he's pretty funny. I'll take a meeting, then I'll read the script. So there's a the technologies allowed people to break in new way. But for me it was the old fashioned way. It was get a get an agent writing partner at the time, and he and I went and met, Bonnie and Terry Turner, who the creators of the show. They're married. They're wonderful. And we had one of those just great meetings, where we left him after is third. And then we got hired at the end of the first season and how that ran a good couple of seasons. For six years, we started as a staff writers, on the last year, we were the executive producers show with Christine Zander. So let's break these titles down because they're interesting executive producer Showrunner. Everybody knows what a writer is what's the show runner, too. So they're the way to think about it is that there are people who make suggestions, and there are people who decide so the Showrunner decides and all the other writers were pitching how about this that, and you might start as a staff writer, and then become a story editor executive story at our co producers supervising producer executive producer, but those are just different steps of virtually the same thing, which is still in the room you're still pitching and hopefully are getting paid a little bit. More as you go up the way and eventually the show, runner is the person who ultimately is responsible for saying, they're the managing partner of the show. Exactly. And, you know the. The way I think about TV development is really in that VC model, which is where you you write a pilot. And that's a business plan. You say, we think we're going to be able to make two hundred of these widgets, these funny shows, but we need some money to we need some angel investing to make a pilot. And then you make that first pilot network says, okay, go ahead and do that. And then you maybe get your series. That's your first season. Right. And then you have to get the second season and Thursdays and, and in the old days by the fourth season, you could syndicate, and that would be your PO coming up. We continue our conversation with Dave gach executive producer.
"terry turner" Discussed on WAFS Biz 1190
"He is the executive producer and writer of television's highest ranks sitcom, the big bang theory. He has been with the show pretty much from the very beginning right through the season finale, which is taking place in may twenty nineteen. He was also a writer at third rock from the sun. Dave gach. Welcome to Bloomberg. Thank you, very well. So good to be, so you have a really fascinating history. How did you start out writing for third rock from the sun? How did that come about? And for some of you who may be a little younger that was a show with John Lithgow in and Joseph, Gordon Levitt was a pretty popular sitcom. And it stay had you find your way there. Well, I, I had to learn that you could be comedy. That was a job. You didn't know that we're only in Connecticut. I loved watching television. But I never thought about who wrote that stuff who was filming that stuff. What was that business like? And so when I was a senior in high school there's a guy who just had graduated from college, and he came back and he taught for a year my school, and we ended up doing a little radio station nothing like this recording studio. And we did a little show there with another teacher. And it was these guys are hilarious and it was sitting around like this and just making each other laugh. And he then left that year to go to film school within a year and a half, he was a writer on cheers. So I stayed until his name's rob long and a couple of years later, he's executive producer of cheers, so as I thought about going to college and being a lawyer doing whatever in the back of my mind, I always remembered what he described being sitcom writer was like, which is sitting around in a room with ten people were funnier than any of your friends and trying to make them laugh and write a little play and put it on TV and your grandparents can. And that with a few million ideally, with a few million other people and so. There were a bunch of other things that I thought about doing. But ultimately after an interview at Goldman Sachs for the Vic with the fixed income division where I said, you know what I'm going to be sick site, moved to Los Angeles by what you should know. The fixed income desperate, Goldman Sachs those guys are hilarious that meeting was unbelievable because I put on my uncles, I didn't have a seat. I play my uncle's tweed suit in the middle of August. I went down there to Wall Street, and I sat and talked to this VP, and I literally didn't know what fixed income once, you know, you just go to jail. You get one. It's unreal. You know, you gotta fix it fix it. And I remember her saying. When was the last time you read the Wall Street Journal, and I said, well, honestly has been pretty crazy. Time for me and twenty two. I don't have a job. There's nothing going on. She's like, I can't believe you're going to Goldman Sachs and having a meeting and you haven't read the Wall Street Journal is like well, like, like I said, things of me my girlfriend, too crazy. So that didn't work that they offered me a job, in fact. Yeah, and then there's the really liked you sound like a bad start winning interview strategy. Yes, it was listen. I just but things a crate, you have any other questions things and so see. So the way you get into the old way of getting into Hollywood and being TV writers you write, you wrote sample scripts, and then you try to get an agent in that age inconceiva- job on during staffing season now. That's spec process has changed. It has changed a lot. The first thing that's changed is that people don't write old shows like you would write a friend. You know, if you wanted to get on a show when friends. On you'd read a sample France and then show you weren't applying to friends ideally, the people would never read it. It would just be okay. I know this guy can write in the voice of other characters can be a team player on staff. And now everybody wants is an original. And so there so that process has changed. And in fact, now, I teach classes at USC and I recommend that people just shoot stuff and make it and have a trailer. Video video make make it's hard to get anybody to read anything. But if I said to you, we one hundred and twenty page screenplay or you watch my two minute video, you might watch eighteen but from that two minute video, you get a sense of it is guy. He knows how to write and direct even if he's in it. He's, he's pretty funny. I'll take a meeting, then I'll read the script. So there's a the technologies allowed people to break in new way. But for me it was the old fashioned way. It was get a get an agent writing partner at the time, and he and I went and met, Bonnie and Terry Turner, who the creators of the show. They're married. They're wonderful. And we had one of those just great meetings where we left him after this is third for. Right. And then we got hired at the end of the first season and how that ran a good couple of seasons. For six years, we started as a staff writers, and on the last year, we were the executive producers and show with Christine Zander. So let's break these titles down because they're are interesting executive producer Showrunner, everybody kind of knows what a writer is what's the show runner, too. So they're the way to think about it is that there are people who make suggestions and are people who decide, and so the show runner, decides and all the other writers were pitching out of this of this, and you might start as a staff writer, and then become a story editor executive story at our co producers supervising producer executive producer, but those are just different steps virtually the same thing, which is still in the room you're still pitching and hopefully you're getting paid a little bit. More as you go up the way and eventually the show, runner is the person who ultimately is responsible for saying that the managing partner of the show. You exactly. And you know the way. I think about TV development is really in that VC model, which is where you you write a pilot. And that's a business plan say, we think we're going to be able to make two hundred widgets these funny shows, but we need some money to we need some angel investing to make a pilot. And then you make that first and then network says, okay, go ahead and do that. And then you maybe get your series. That's your first season. Right. And then you have to get the second season and Thursdays and, and in the old days by the fourth season you could syndicate, and that would be your IP L coming up. We continue our conversation with Dave gach executive producer.
"terry turner" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"The big bang theory. He has been with the show pretty much from the very beginning right through the season finale, which is taking place in may twenty nineteen. He was also a writer at third rock from the sun, Dave gach welcomes Bloomberg. Thank you, very well. So you have a really fascinating history. How did you start out writing for third rock from the sun? How did that come about? And for some of you who may be a little younger that was a show with John Lithgow in and Joseph, Gordon. Levitt was a pretty popular sitcom, and it stay. How'd you find your way there? Well, I, I had to learn that you could be a sitcom writer that was a job. You didn't know that we're in Connecticut. I loved watching television, but I never thought about who wrote that stuff who was filming that stuff. What was that business? Like. And so when I was a senior in high school there's a guy who just had graduated from college, and he came back and he taught for a year my school, and we ended up doing a little radio station nothing like this recording studio. And we did a little show there with another teacher. And it was these guys are hilarious and it was sitting around like this and just making each other laugh. And he then left that year to go to film school and within a year and a half, he was a writer on. Cheers. So I stayed in touch, his name's rob long and a couple of years later, he was executive producer of cheers. So as I thought about going to college and being a lawyer doing whatever in the back of my mind, I always remembered what he described being sitcom writer was like, which is sitting around in a room with ten people were funnier than any of your friends and trying to make them laugh and write a little play and put it on TV and your grandparents can watch it, and that children with a few million ideally, along with a few million other people, and so. There were a bunch of other things I thought about doing, but ultimately after an interview at Goldman Sachs for the with the fixed income division, where I said, you know what I'm going to be a sitcom site, moved to Los Angeles should know the fixed income desk at Goldman Sachs, those guys are hilarious that meeting was unbelievable, because I put on my uncles, I didn't have a seat at my uncle's tweed suit in the middle of August. And I went down there to Wall Street and I sat and talked to this, the, and I literally didn't know what fixed income once, you know, you're just like you go to jail. You get enrolled. To fix it. And I remember her saying. When was the last time you read the Wall Street Journal, and I said, well, honestly has been pretty crazy. Time for me twenty two. I don't have a job. She's like, I can't leave you're going to Goldman Sachs and having a meeting and you haven't read the Wall Street. Journal's like well, like, like I said things with me, my girlfriend, too crazy. So that didn't work. Offered me a job. In fact. Yeah. And then but that's the really liked you sound like a bad start winning interview strategy. Yes, listen. I apologize but things a cre-. Do you have any other questions things and so see? So the way you get into the old way of getting into Hollywood and being TV writers you write you wrote sample scripts. And then you try to get an agent in that agent gets you a job on during staffing season now. That's spec process has changed. It has changed a lot. The first thing that's changed. Is that people don't write old shows like you would write a friend. If you wanted to get on a show when friends is on you'd read a sample, France, and then that would show you weren't applying to friends. Ideally, the people friends would never read it, it would just be okay. I know this guy can write in the voice of other characters can be a team player on staff. And now what everybody wants is an original. And so there so that process has changed. And in fact, now, I teach classes USC, and I recommend that people just shoot stuff and make it and have a trail video video make make it's hard to get anybody to read anything. But if I said to, you will you one hundred and twenty page screenplay or you watch my two minute video, you might watch nineteen video, but from that two minute video, you'd get a sense of. Hey, this guy he knows how to write and there's a direct even if he's in it, he's, he's pretty funny. I'll take a meeting, then I'll read the script. So there's a the technology that allowed people to break in new way. But for me it was the old fashioned way. It was get a get an agent, a writing partner at the time, and he and I went and met, Bonnie and Terry Turner, who the creators of the show. They're married. They're wonderful. And we had one of those just great meetings where we left him after third sign. Right. And then we got. Hired at the end of the first season. And how that ran a good couple of seasons. Yes for six years. Right. We started as staff writers and on the last year, we were the executive producers insurance with Christine Zander. So let's break these titles down because they're interesting executive producer Showrunner, everybody kind of knows what a writer is what's the show runner do. So their way to think about it is that there are people who make suggestions and are people who decide so the show, runner, decides, and all the other writers were pitching, how did this, and you might start as a staff writer, and then become a story editor executive story at our co producers supervising producer executive producer, but those are different steps of virtually the same thing, which is still in the room you're still pitching and hopefully you're getting paid a little bit. More as you go up the way and eventually the show, runner is the person who ultimately is responsible for saying, they're the managing partner of the show. Exactly. And, you know the way I think about TV development is really. In that VC model, which is where you you write a pilot. And that's a business plan say, we think we're going to be able to make two hundred widgets these funny shows, but we need some money to we need some angel investing to make a pilot. And then you make that first pilot network says, okay, go ahead and do that. And then you maybe get your series. That's your first season. Right. And then you have to get the second season and Thursdays, and in the old days by the fourth season you could syndicate, and that would be your IP L coming up. We continue our conversation with Dave gach executive producer.
"terry turner" Discussed on Masters in Business
"But I think this new, Bob hearts, shoal is a really cool show, which is about a Billy Gardell, who Mike from Mike and Molly in the pilot has a cardiac event and goes the hospital and wakes up, and there's a nurse and she's a Nigerian emigrant, and he falls for her and such a simple, sweet story. But you watch this pilot. I wanna see more wanna see these characters wanna see what's going on. So I'm really excited for that. So I only have you for a finite amount of time. Let's jump to our favorite questions that we ask our guests sort of our speed round. Tell us the first car you ever owned year making model a nineteen seventy six AM, see white hornet, would my parents got from the telephone company and meaning it was a fleet car, fleet car and got it for five hundred dollars and too much. That's a PO s for sure. I hit a telephone pole because I it was Connecticut in the spring in too much sand from the, and I told the car because it will cost six hundred dollars to fix it, so cost more just as simple repair, the whole the whole car. What's the most important thing, people don't know about Dave gash will they know about the patent. That's really so that's the I was shocked, that's thing. But I tried to start a chocolate company in the first season of big bang theory at the same time while. It was going to be called Rx chocolates, and the idea was, it was gonna be Pathak Gary bottles. And it was gonna have the amount recommended of dark chocolate every day, and you pop it in your mouth. Okay. There's a good idea. Yeah. And what happened to that? Well, it turns out, I'm much better coming up with us. I haven't starting businesses right? It's concept versus execute. Exactly. That's why you need a partner. Who are some of your early mentors who really got it your career in television. Well, I mentioned rob long who's this guy who showed me that there was actually a path, and other guy in that radio station was a teacher named Craig thorn and Hugh, has since passed away, and he just couldn't have more of an impact in terms of how to live your life, how to help people, the power is one of the funniest guys in all the years in Hollywood, one of the funniest guys have ever met and just how to how to live your really how to live your life. And then working with bunny, Terry Turner on the rock from the sun. They, they created a family in their running staff and. I'll I remember working that first night that first year to be a Friday night, and they'd say, oh, I'm sorry. We have to work past dinner, and I would think to myself, great. I don't wanna go home. This is so fun. So you're investor and have been for a while who has influenced your approach to either investing or thinking about markets. Well, I mentioned the that Gordon Murray book, which had a really profound impact on me. And, you know, I, I think the work of Jean pharma this, I wish everybody knew more broadly about the efficient market theory. If only he would win a Nobel prize for that people would find out that we'd get out, right? I took I took macro econ with Nord house. And I took winner took micro Giannakopoulos who might win it some day. Right. And didn't he win win the Bates, you want something? Right. And they. They didn't talk about personal. They should I wish they would just say be a long term investor. Keep fees, low investment abroad basket of stocks. You sound like me now. Yeah. And, and what are they going to do for the next sixteen weeks of the class?.
"terry turner" Discussed on KTRH
"Story. New info on Monday's shooting that left five Houston. Police officers injured as they served in our Connex more than south southeast Houston. Police chief says the pit bull charged that the first officer followed by fifty nine year old Dennis Tuttle male suspect came from around the back and opened fire with a three fifty seven magnum revolver that officer was struck in the shoulder. You went down. Fell on the sofa in the living room. He says then fifty eight year old Regina Nichols tried to get that officers shotgun. And that's when she was shot and killed. Nobody else was in the home. Officers found marijuana at a white substance believe to be cocaine or null made while the wounded officers remained in the hospital. Five officers were injured forward shot all are alive. And one already went home memorial Hermann trauma surgeon, Dr Michelle mcnutt says all are stable one gentleman suffered a gunshot wound to the face is currently recovering and will undergo multiple other operations by our facial trauma team in the future. He's a fifty four year old sergeant and thirty two year veteran had been shot three times in his career once in nineteen Ninety-two and other nineteen Ninety-seven and other officer was shot in the face. And hopefully, it will be released this week another officer was shot in the knee and had surgery yesterday, Audrey Morton, NewsRadio seven forty K. Terry Turner, says the city should be unified in battling drug houses. This is not police versus community a community versus police. We're all on the same page. Working for the same goes. And that's to keep our city safe. Be something say something if you know, something say something, and you see legal activity reported that will help as well. Police say Monday's raid was prompted by a tip from a neighbor about illegal activity at the house all the incident is just the latest in. What has become a disturbing trimmed this year alone more than twelve officers have died in the line of duty. And it's only January Alex del Carmen who heads the school of criminology at tarleton state university in Fort Worth fears. This will hurt agency's ability to recruit when people were so fearful of shooting at police officer or striking police officer, and that fear seems to be disseminating agencies across the country have tried to recruit more women. He says more females are enrolling in criminal Justice programs, but fewer are getting into law enforcement. And that's Michael board. Reporting KTAR, h news time is now one old three congress getting to work on finding a border security funding deal to avoid another government shutdown next month the house and Senate committee charged with negotiating a border security deal begin work this week. Senate majority leader Mitch McConnell says the committee should not be limited. Oppa whatever works, which means a boarding, a shutdown voiding, the president feeling he should declare a national emergency minority leader Chuck Schumer says President Trump should stay out of negotiations when he mixes in it's a formula for failure. So it asked President Trump let congress deal with it on its own Democrats have rejected providing any money for a border wall. But proposals have included upgrades to existing physical structures on Capitol Hill Jared Halpern. Fox News assistant coach Wes Welker maybe leaving the Texans. Multiple reports say the -fensive assistant has talked to the Packers and forty Niners about jobs. It's not known. What position he might be up for Welker has been working as a special assistant are special teams assistant rather with Houston while also helping coach too wide receivers all the rockets got lost one twenty one sixteen against the as the the. The game last night. However, James harden did scored thirty seven points increases streak of at least thirty points per game to twenty four games in a row. Our next update's at one.
"terry turner" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI
"Now back to the great outdoors on NewsRadio twelve hundred. Woah. Well, we've got a studio full of people, and we're talking feral pigs. We're talking rate headed Matz, which by the way, that's what John calls the bees. Now, you say red headed, but that just feral bees in Texas. They just crossed up so many different ways. Yeah. We've we've brought in all kinds of different lineages of queens and stuff. So there's all kinds of genetics. And then you've got the African is that came through as well. So Texas is basically just a mixing pot of all this genetic diversity. And so I've just affectionately dubbed them all Texas, redheaded, Matz. But right now, we're gonna go to the phone line and talk to Mr. Carolina. What are you doing brother? Not much heading to work. On the fishing or Travis. Let's hear what's going on. The water on Brooks. And. The. A little slow this year. But they returned. Now, if you're copied be deep this time of year. Yeah. And that's where they were. I just didn't think that they would bite aggressive. They've been the wars. Oh, yeah. Yeah. We wound up with the women white women of crappy in a couple of so. Oh, yeah. Mess fish. It took me about an hour and a half clean. But we got through the lads are facing lattes. Yeah. Facing lights? On Costa drop off with that are like thirty feet. Thirty feet of water with a bunch of. Tires and stuff. So it sounds like if somebody wants to get out on Travis get out, they're not fish, latching catch mess strapper park catch bass, and they even do pretty good on crappy. If you if you know where it's at. Yup. They're always there this year. Mesh carolina. We know how great fishermen you are. So maybe the rest of may not catch his mediation you, but they can get out there and put your time in and catch fish. Real simple. Thinkers that you put on there. Look at the Carolina Regan and just put it on their use. Are you J J are using a flea flyer? You just use a menace. Just minnows and nj okay? Jay, obviously, you do a little bit. Yeah. Yeah. It makes a different colors. Natural and star truce white. Okay. Okay. But the main thing you just get out on Travis and put your time in and have a good time doing it. Right. Make sure you got funny with cold night. Okay. Again, folks Carolina says if you ain't ain't Travis MAC catching fish. Well. I don't know. And if. Appreciate it. Brother. Thank you. There you go. That's a fishing port on lake Travis. We've got Terry Turner in here. He's a hog trapper. And we've got John Swan, Pamela, Gaiman, both them beekeepers. And I was sitting there as I was getting ready for the show. I'm sitting there. Which I'll be talking to invasive species to North America. Now, people say can't invasive, well honeybees are they were brought here like Jon said to Mike can make wax for candles and to make me. Yeah. That's that's benefit. Decide perk Honey can be used for lots of different things including alcohol. Yeah. So yeah. And so maybe that's why I'm feral pigs are after Honey bees eighty so. Hey, thanks. Nice. Sweet. Maybe we ought to get over knock those. No, we can't say that. Because Pamela decolonised can don't tell the pigs to not be halves over. That's right. Don't teach them anymore. New evil tricks. Now, Pamela you've been in business for several years quite a few years. This time of year. Do you have any frames that you haven't? I know you have your brute box, then you have your next frame above it, those two you don't bother right. Anything above that? Is what you harvest in my right? Yes. But this time of year during storage there in storage in protected or in bright light for the wax moths pests that might go into lay larva and so forth. We we try to keep them very clean. So John, and I use the natural approach where we just like to have them in. We like to freeze them and and kill any larva that my neither. And then just leave them installs or whatever they have open air and sunlight. So the lane strove have do you get that the wax off of those or no you can most of it comes from whenever you're doing the untaxing cabinet, those camping's, you can note that down and get wax from that. Sometimes you go through you should filter out the wax every so often like every five years, you kind of wanna have replaced most of it. And when you do that, you can harvest that wax as well. But for the most part on a lanes drop, it stays in place, which is what gives you that added benefit of the extra Honey because they're not using the resources while I'm sitting here. We got a big game. We got hold gas. And now I'm trying I'm trying to make use of both of them. So. Odds are way bigger problem for the state of Texas in our citizens than the African honeybee hogs are and terrier. Probably correct me. Fifty something billion dollars in damage yearly to our agricultural business that it affects everybody, and especially you know, farmers and ranchers I mean, that's that's her livelihood. They're losing money. You know, so personally tried to help those farmers and ranchers rancher, Sal, you know. But you know, hogs ain't just out. No informing ranch. Everywhere else. Yeah. We had a guy call in or it's been several years ago. Now, he says can't I had tell us we were talking with Billy Higginbotham. He call into Kim. He's been Georgetown. He says other day walked out, and my wife has told me there was a pig yard. And he says, I wa- cases a big bore a couple of hundred pound bore. So he says I'll walk out shoot off because he was tearing her garden that are her her flowers up I walk out to shoot off. He kind of looked at me popped Giles about three times. And I said he should be off. I run in the house to hell with that given the right away. So just then hugs are smart are smarter than dogs. They're one of the smartest. Sandals there are. So that that bore had our had done that to somebody. Right. And he had learned. Oh, just a two legged guy scare him off watch this. Now, we'll tell you a story about the snapping Joel's. To do a lot of armored Hutton paid let and we walk in lung withdrawal in my buddy us with and we just kids just big kids. And all of a sudden, I hear this. And he says can see what he's tallest damn tree rat now, and I'm looking around and wariness damn drawl that was an old failed and it just mosquitoes, and I ain't never been little. And so. So I'm looking at the biggest mosquito, and I'm still probably this mosquito. Started laying. Yeah. Hogshead teeth. So I run up this one, and it kinda laid over and it's about seven or eight feet off the ground as pigs underneath there. Looking back on. I'm sitting here eat me. And it seems like I was up there for hours it probably wouldn't five minutes. But I'm sitting here that just scared the hell out of me. Now, I have done that to have Lena also have lane has come walk up on a bunch down south. Thanks, right. But yeah, feral pigs. When back now, south takes in south, Texas, my whole life, and we hunted on one ranch, and this the landowner this is probably in the sixties. He come out and say, y'all shoot down of my pigs. He had put a bunch of Russian boars inner date rattlesnakes. And so he said at.
"terry turner" Discussed on WTF with Marc Maron Podcast
"So you grown up there, you got siblings younger sister. She's out here to both left and your dad's like what what do people do dairy, and what was his business well using advertising and brand identity. He was a copywriter. Yeah. He was no, no. He was in like he worked at grey advertising when I was younger and in the city. Yeah. He was a lot of guys are bankers. So he was a little different one more creative, which was cool. And but he got on the train every day. Yeah. And and that's what it is actually very hard for me later in life too. I knew no artists when I was younger, and what was your mom? Do. She was a homemaker. And now she works at a local school there. Yes. So no, no. Like when did you start? I mean for all your listeners, I've listened to so many awesome episodes of the show. This is. So during my life. I'm so sorry don't pressure yourself. And we maybe just start later. Now, we're going to get there. Now, I know, but I it's not boring. There is something about growing up in in a place that is so set and kind of like creepy because it's so nice when everyone's a swan in your duck. Yeah. You go like, I'm an ugly piece of shit. And everyone was so good at sports and my dad, he coached a lot of these intramural teams. So you tried to do sports. Yeah. It'd be like dad. Good news. I got the lead and Joseph and the amazing technicolor Dreamcoat is like, okay and God bless him. I mean, my parents even for living there were really really supportive of something that they truly had no information about so your theater kit. You do it in high school a little bit. But I was so my grades were so bad that I couldn't even really do the plays. I mean, it was really they wouldn't let you do plays because you've grades were bad. Sometimes. Yeah. I was just not feeling when I started going to school. I started work a little harder than is that why they sent you to boarding school. Maybe without my now. I thought I wanted to go. But maybe they were like this. We gotta get this kid outta here. He's going down. It was a little bit. Like, it just wasn't. I was wanting to do stuff with my video camera. Right. Did you? Well, a lot of time. It was like, well, if you finish your homework, you can then. And then you're stuck man. Yeah. I really was stuck in. God bless my parents for for letting me get out and be whatever I was going to be. And they were so tell me they ordered a variety when I got seventy show they ordered like eight days late, really too. But that's how supportive they are. They they wanted to be in the loop. And my mom would call me and say like, you know, they're. I don't know. If you missed it there. Renegotiating your deal. No, no, no. I was like they're doing a Jurassic Park movie dressing over three. I'd be like, well, you know, I'm sure my agents aware of that. But anyway, the weird part of the story is yeah. My last year boarding school. I had the lead in the school play and Bonnie and Terry Turner like SNL, and they did Wayne's world Tommy boy, and they were they just won the Golden Globe for third rock. Right. They their daughter did the sets of this play. And so going to school with her when I came to LA to USC for that one year. Yeah. They called me up and said do you want to come try suspect? I addition that's the crazy stuff. They remembered you from the play you will I knew their daughter too. Hello, Mr. MRs Turner, you know, parents weekend and stuff and then. The play was very weird are the drama teacher didn't show up a lot..
"terry turner" Discussed on Inside of You with Michael Rosenbaum
"Like because it was before and then they called me when I was a UC and said, I mean, so embarrassing. Remember this woman is Bonnie Turner, who. You're bonding Terry Turner, who wrote some of the great things of that time. That was a huge fan of she called me at college, so landline at the time. And she said, Hades, Bonnie. And I said, all right. Money who you know over the ocean, and that's where do I know you from UC? No Lindsay's mom. And I was like. Okay. All right. Like yeah, why she calling me. Yeah. And she said, we're doing a sitcom is booking nights that just came out. So it's like boogie nights meets the graduate. That's what she said. We're just kinda like actually good pitch for that seventy show. How old are you? This point I was probably eighteen and I said. I mean, okay, like best of luck with that. I mean, what? What do you see? You know, it was like calling me hadn't even acted since that play an active and play. That was a funny thing happened on the forum. Right? But it was the school. I went to a wonderful school. They were not. They didn't have a big drama program. So the only did plays like, didn't have a lot of scenery. So we did like our town and God's spell, and he's the ones I'd kind of smaller roles in and. She's no, we want you to come read for it, and I had lunch with Tom Warner of carseat Warner, Tom couple like a year or two ago, and he kind of revealed to me. This is so true. I'm sure that they were like, look, we're bringing in this kid from my daughter's high school who's in LA it's not going to be the guy who's on the show. I mean, he's not even an actor. That's there saying, of course, we want it to be someone like this kid. We just can't find someone like him and they said, you have to bring your picture and resume. I said, like, okay, so I brought like a like a picture of me and my friends at six flags and like the resume. I didn't know what they even meant like a head shot. I didn't know. And they said, bring a resume said like, Dunkin donuts and Suncoast video and all these places I've worked. You're a liar, liar. You said, don't get donuts. This is my resume, but I will tell you the one thing that. I got when I got there, was it all these kids were too cool. They were like, I'd read the sides and I knew like they weren't that cool character of Eric was not very cool guy, and I could hear these kids through the wall or when they were rehearsing outside the room. They were kind of like, you know, Donna, I'm such a door, you know, and they all so much gel in their hair and they were such good looking. Some of the my new from, like, say, by the bell, the new class or whatever. And I was like, oh man, these kids are all cool. Like I'll show him what my real. I went in there and I mean they were like, okay, this is such a loser and I got it. Yeah. Yeah. This episode of inside of you is brought to you by stamps dot com. You know, you can pretty much get anything on demand like our podcast. Yeah, you can within our podcast whenever you want, just like you can get posted whenever you want your terrible..
"terry turner" Discussed on WTF with Marc Maron Podcast
"All right. So how old were you then? I really don't know. Anybody is. Listen, I'm sure if I was Brock Obama, you would know more. It's fine. Hunky Brewster who do I know certain people? Yeah, I know who you know they're now I know more than I like, I know. All right. Yeah, it's punky Brewster at that was like I was nine or ten. Ten. Maybe you was Roger directing it? No, no, no, it was leave. He was directing it. What are you go onto? Sometimes Levy went out to do like a real job went off and does like, you know, sort of like a marketing type of job out of show business. That was his west thing is Scott, Levi's wife, Tracy Levy, has been my makeup artist for going on eighteen years. Your personal make the per? Yes, you're random us three pretty loyal to people. Yep, Yep. And so then you're just doing movies as kids your kid totally in public school, Mia. Yep. And did the do people recognize is that a problem? Yes. And now wasn't a problem, but I, I mean, I graduated Fairfax high school, so I very much stayed in the public school system. Yeah, it's weird like you. I mean, there's so many. There's things up and your computer about me. What do you do when you look at the computer? Mark? Right now, I'm just working filmography like I just pulled up the filmography so I know the whole arc of it sound basing go down my filmography some good shitting their money. Restrung ourselves. You're kidding. Yeah. And then I don't know what Crippen dwarfs tried that was with richer drugs, especially for sure. I and my part was to get a to be in a cage and get peed on by pig. So you're welcome America. Really? Yes. Where he got, I. They'd move your bow, always very cute, a family movie, but I play like young girls. That was, you know, it was a whole gag in school and it was a gag members get over it? Yes, get over. It was like an old school like those Miramax comedies. Like tween movies? Uh-huh. And then American psycho, two thousand a big one, you know? Yup, that was that was a good hormonally. But you were like a leading that now you're grown up right now. Sixteen seventeen eighteen at the time. Tony in Tunas wedding. Yup. I was like those big movie, wasn't it? All? It was all fine. It was all while I was doing seventy show. So I was doing those all that stuff. While remedies. Seventy show years. He years I was going to public school doing seventies. And then during a movie, how'd you get the seventies show for it? I have no. At the story for you. I just addition for it highlights season. I dish for a bunch of stuff. I remember I gotta show data show up for show called like sunset beach, and it was a soap opera, and it was had lots of really cute boys and my manager, Susan took me to this soap opera addition, and I ended up getting like, I want to do this and she was like, no, you have a callback for that seventy show. It's much better. Now, this really cute boys and she was like, no. And so she was like, let's just see what happens with seventies and and ended getting seventies. And I was like, man, I can't believe I have to do this show. I don't even get it. What's the show about? And she was like, trust me and it was huge. Menara not off the bat, no, no. But I mean, it went on for a long time, went on for eight years. It was one. It was an incredible show Bonnie. And Terry Turner might present was a great show Mark Zulia years. I think I met him once or twice. I think he's he was a comic a millionaire. Comic a million years combining Terry did SNL. Right? Yeah. So he that's in. That's where you met Ashton it first? Yes. When I was fourteen and he was nineteen so they weren't sure his girlfriend on the show too. Yep. So did you guys make out? Yep. In the show. Yeah, but no feelings whatsoever. It's the weirdest story that nobody believes, but it's the God's honest truth. Well, I had to kiss people on screen. You just do it. There's nothing there. It was whatever. I mean, he's a, yeah, yeah..
"terry turner" Discussed on Sound Opinions
"You're when you were making wayne's world thing it's early on your career it's mike myers first movie did you ever think that decades later people would would hold it in such esteem and wanna be talking to you about it you know as if it was citizen kane no no i never it never occurred to me or any of us that it would actually hold up this long it's been amazing people still love it it's crazy what do you think it is that i mean you know greg i have voted this this show with two guys talking about views it they love for twelve years now obviously we have a fondness of thinking about you know to doofus is in on the couch talking about music they la you know how do you make a muzzle statue was saturday night live sketch when you turn it into a home movie i mean we're did you think we can a potential now is the big fear that the studio paramount had was how are you going to make a movie out of that little scratch and bonnie and terry turner the writers and mike and dana as well i mean we all pitched in to try to make it as a funny enriching cool an of a movie as possible but we never thought it would make the money that he did we never thought 25 years later people would still be talking about it we just want to get through to the end of the shoot in know budget 14 million dollars it ends of making honored lady million and counting since that any continues to be shown to a capacity audience i hope you're getting some of the residuals on that penelope by the way if you're still getting paid with all here sitting when paramount was going to do the movie they didn't even remotely occur to them that it may have this kind of box office are staying power so.