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"tim heidegger" Discussed on Arrowhead Pride
"Moon base. Aid was fun man. It was absolute blast. I mean you. John c reilly of fred amerson. Those guys were unbelievable. Just absolutely unbelievable. Tim heidegger day. Every single one of them had their own personality and who they were but they all messed so well you see there. Were friends off off off camera which made their interactions on camera so much better and And they were just true professionals and they held me feel comfortable in a world where i did not feel to. Countable is probably the first time. I was really shy on cameraman. I wanna go from this moon. Bay saint washing machine conversation of turn it back a little bit to The day after the super bowl and get to the beginning of your off season this past off season you disappeared for a while. Suddenly you appeared on. Nfl lives on espn. And i'm like oh. Finally we get to see travis kelsey but we've seen it off seasons before where you're active on social media you are popping on interviews here and there. This was a little bit of a different offseason for you. Where did you go first of all. And how did you go through that process of getting over that loss Well the biggest thing is. I didn't want to let anybody think different you know i was. I was embarrassed by that loss. You know. I didn't want anybody to think that i just you know moved on. Life is good all gravy baby and it. It's it wasn't you know i i was very. I was very pissed off in myself. In how i went out there and played in the biggest stage in the world and You know i take that to heart. And i immediately turn it into motivation and working harder and getting better at the game of football and you know that's where we're at right now. You know as off season of that a lot of fire right here in the pit of bit of my heart right now that i that i got to keep showing the world that we are who who everyone thinks we are. And that's dominant force on the football field. We did get to see you on. Espn again last night. Espn two with the manning brothers. What did you enjoy about that in. Let's be conservative or liberal. Whatever you wanna call. Let's say fifteen years down the line is that something may be That you might wanna get into post career. I mean pain. Eli made it made. It be made feel easy. Made it feel like it was a it wasn't worth man so if it feels like that i could definitely see myself getting into it but those guys like i said they make it look easy there so professional and just so used to be in themselves on camera and they're easy easy going with the media and all that it's just It was cooling. It was a fun experience to jump on there. Talk to him about football. And it kinda here. Some of the in and outs on on on the game at what made them so great and one point you thought you're playing the chargers next week this something we'll travis kelsey in season is just so locked in day by day that you kinda just go one one thing at a time. He just try to win win that day. What what went into that. I think i always Mondays are off day. So i always take twenty four hours. Just enjoy the win. Before i get onto anything else. I think that that break Is much needed. Every you're going to have to get into the facility right after a game in you in the recovery room. Getting ice tubs. When the body isn't feeling great. But i was feeling pretty. Good so i just you know i was enjoying the win and when they asked me who we played next week. I just had a new way. The chargers early. I knew we played ball temporarily but i couldn't put together the fact that he was asking me the question because labor ravens next week and i freeze over my head off frees up sometimes out the american century golf tournament and man we ask you ad nauseam. You probably get sick of about relationship with patrick mahomes. So i'm gonna ask you in another direction. What was it like to play with justin timberlake and get to not man tennessee kid. Maybe i'll tell you what my been such a fan of jt and just an admire of his his approach life. You know he's always seems to be you know backing and and helping the right. Bright people are doing the right things and then on top of that. He's making fire music single time. He drops an album. So i i was. I was lucky enough to see him live and in concert out in. La a few years ago and got to meet them Through the the american century and in going and seeing them in concert it's just been it's been cool relationship built over the years through through me just appreciating who he is in me getting being grown up now and him actually seeing me. Do some things that That he can appreciate but nothing but nothing but but a whole bunch of fun on the golf course man. It's gotta be a wildlife. I know that like your boy left. Go got into it. Playing beer pong with post malone and now getting to golf with justin timberlake. It's gotta be. I'm sure pretty surreal. I mean you are very very talented at your craft has ever become normal that you're getting to interact with some of these people that you thought. Maybe you would never interact with as you were growing up without a doubt without a doubt. I think it's mo- mostly at the american century..
"tim heidegger" Discussed on Pop Culture Happy Hour
"From his home in charlottesville. Virginia is jamal. Buoy is new york times opinion columnist and cbs news political analyst. Welcome thank you for having me. I am eager to talk about this series. I think you should leave with tim. Robinson was created by robinson zach cannon robinson had a brief stint on snl as a featured player then later he and his friends sam. Richardson created the much missed. Comedy central series detroiters. Each season of. I think you should leave. His only six episodes long and those episodes tend to clock in somewhere between fifteen and twenty minutes so even though many of the characters featured are intentionally off-putting no sketch or episode. Overstays its welcome. This season's guest stars include bob odenkirk. Tim heidegger sam richardson. Paul walter houser. John early and pattie harrison jamila. What do you make enough. I think you should leave season two so i loved the first season and so many of its moments have made basically made their way into kind of my everyday language especially on the internet. I think several memes from that show. That are more or less ubiquitous at this point and i love the second season as well but i think there's a big difference. I feel that the first season leaned heavily on absurdity whereas this one there's still plenty of absurd moments. But i felt that route. It was much more attuned to sort of the melancholy. All these characters of how they are at a place how they do not actually know how to behave and socially conventional ways in you right is us watching them struggle very hard to do what they think might be the right thing or the acceptable thing and they are incapable of doing it but the extent to which that was dominant this season meted feel just like a little not sad but like melancholy. These are these are unhappy. People definitely definitely. And i think you know. Look at the end of the day. This is just a very funny often profoundly stupid Sketch show and that's all. It needs to be right and and try to take it any further than that to kind of declare that at some kind of hugely relevant referendum on the current state of american maleness is really reaching for it except in the sense that it is so clearly a hugely relevant referendum on the current state of american maleness. I mean yeah. There's a lot of poop jokes but every sketch ends up being about unearned. Confidence unearned power a lack of accountability and this utter conviction this blythe belief that you can keep getting away with the stuff. You've always gotten away with you. Got the guy so incensed that his boss scheduled meeting on his lunch break that he shoves a hotdog up his jacket sleeve so we can sneak bites of it during the presentation because he thinks he can get away with it guy convinced that he and only he can break the tension of this group vacation with a blues brother's dance routine in front of everyone despite the fact that it really upsets the dogs and it turns everybody on each other because he thinks he can get away with a guy who interprets. This tour guides throwaway line about this being the tour for adults as an excuse to ask wildly filthy questions. I'm just asking you to use a little bit more judgment when you talk. I don't know what is going on but somewhere are wires got crossed your saying. We're allowed to swear. I'm saying big fat little and horse in your getting mad. You see where i'm like. He thinks he can get away with it. There's definitely a through line here. And that sadness that you mentioned is such a big part of it. I mean yes. It's cringe comedy. It's anti comedy but it's more than that. It does have its own distinctive voice. And did you notice schimmel that that most of these sketches don't end on a big laugh they just end right which was actually of a contrast from the first season. My folks the first season actually andrew laughs much more often but this one often ended on your on just sort of a abrupt end to the moment in. I'll say in addition to the sketches involving these men who are essentially inhumanly stubborn. They're also the occasional sketches. And i'm thinking of when later in a later episode of the season where a character to get along with male friends to car game makes a joke about his wife and then there's basically a flashback to his wonderful loving relationship with his wife and he leaves the car game and there's barely even a gag there. It's just sort of this man's profound regret at having made a joke at his wife's expense. yeah absolutely. there's this sweetness there. There's also surprising sweetness at the end of that tour guide. Sketch and i was trying to think about this right because There was a series last year called moon base eight on showtime about these three doofus astronauts. Tim heidegger fred. Arniston john c reilly and that show exuded some of the same kind of born on third base idiocy. This show does kinda hated it. It came out right about the time of the election. And i just thought you know. These dudes are so thick on the ground right now. I don't wanna spend any time with them. So i was trying to figure out why i love this show so much which vibrates kind of on the same frequency. Is that one. Did i think there's something about how much robinson commits which is In total that end up eating this up with a big old spoon. It's that he's careful. As you mentioned before there's this thoughtless entitled toxic masculinity and the sense of perpetual grievance that has made a lot less toxic because these characters have a need to never admit they're wrong and that is so big and so much a part of who they are that it is a lot very familiar but also so pitiable soaring pathetic that it renders it surprisingly in this particular case harmless. Do you agree now. I think that's exactly right evy. Pitiable is the right word. I it how you feel. Sorry these men for not being able to just let go like go. Whatever you know. stubbornness they have or at a resentment behalf. Or whatever should've will to do something they have and it's interesting. 'cause there's at least one sketch for sort of the central character is woman and it's interesting how i think it's very funny but it just like hates different than when it's the men involved and i haven't thought deeply enough about why it hits different but there is something to how the show really is keyed in on a particular kind of male personality. Yeah what it does. This season is it allows in a queer. Comedians like John early and pattie harrison harrison was a guest on the first season two. But for me i agree. It's interesting to see how that toxicity and belligerence kind of intersects to show us that. That isn't solely confined to straight man. Full can be just belligerent. Jerks like everyone else but you mentioned the shows meam ability and that is i think a huge part of its appeal. And that's why. I keep coming back to the word relevant here but if listeners think they don't know the show they probably do because they've probably seen the me of robinson and hot dog suit and that meam comes from a sketch about a hotdog mobile crashing into the front of men's clothing store and we pan around the crowd wondering who did it who did it and we we see robinson in a hot dog suit. Hot dog costume saying we're all wondering who did this. You know it's driving me nuts. It could literally be any one of us know it. Couldn't your dress like a hot dog. So is that guy. Oh no donald might look like a hot dog. But you're wearing an actual hot dog costume. I think it's interesting. How that stupid. Very stupid idea has remained such a powerful on and why people are picking up and running with especially in this current political climate. Yes i it's because so many of the people who are in power are often simultaneously responsible for the that face the country but also maintain this pose of total innocence of those ills that kind of dynamic which is is very much a part of not just that sketch which is very very from scott's but to many of the sketches in the show i think would robinson is capturing in the absurdity again or is this particular male personality type that happens to be berry overrepresented in.
"tim heidegger" Discussed on X96
"Cordon got his voice. Oh, I like the music. Are they cutting here? You're doing coffee for earners? Yeah, they're just got the thing going. You look up, Flo bee in this ingenious device. Let you give yourself and family perfect haircuts, every topic and some thousands of unsold, dissatisfied customers. Wine? Yeah, sure. Okay? On the other things, a man who never, I believe probably never cut his hair with a flow be either David Prowse, who played Darth Vader. The cause of death has been revealed as coded 19. Yeah. Um, he died on Saturday at the age of 85. The sun is now reporting that Mr Prowse is death came at the end of a two week hospitalization with covert prowess was Competitive weightlifter who also acted for 50 years. His role. Aziz Darth Vader made him iconic, but he also appeared in lots of other movies. We talked about his career yesterday extensively, but I don't think I don't think it was revealed until now. That wasn't revealed until just recently that it was coveted related on sources revealed Why Olivia Wilde and Jason Sir Vegas split up like them is a couple after nine years together, you know what? Itwas He insisted on cutting his own hair with a flow be there you go, she said. I can't Okay. It looks terrible, Jason. You can't The story that I saw about it. There's a picture of Jason's and make us with a big mustache, and I thought, Well, that's the rest of see, I'm blaming the Ted lieu mustache because that show is very popular, and it's coming back. And so he has to keep the must. Honey, I have to keep the mustache and she's like no. You could put on a fake one. No, I can't. I have an actor Ted last at last, So that's it Last Yeah, if the premise of that show sounds horrible, and that's why I haven't looked at it, But then I keep hearing people say yeah, it does. It's a dumb idea, but it somehow works and it's really funny. We're to me. Conversely, the premise sounds great. And the show's not that great, you know, like to show that my zits, all right. It's funny, but our tastes are different so different. I was watching another episode of Moonbase eight. It's horrible. No, it's amusing, which second, it's not, and it's It's so mannered too. Just very, you know. Anyway, it's the whole premise of that show is awkwardness. Yeah, let's everything has to be awkward, and that's what Tim Heidegger specializes in. But Ted last, so you know, it's a pleasant show. Mm. I was. I was glad it was only I think six episodes because I thought that's that's enough. There were there were 10. Just know that cause I read a story about it. I'm pretty sure we can. I think so. They were that's what because I didn't overdose on temple E think That's what I read yesterday. I may be mistaken. I didn't stop it go. That's enough, Ted last with vaccines and a new administration. The pandemic, they say here in this story in The New York Times Will be changed. Because we have vaccines coming and we have a new administration. Good experts are saying, But there's always a but Experts are saying the coming months are going to be Just horrible. Some epidemiologists predict that the death toll from covert 19 could be close to twice the 250,000 figure that the nation's surpassed last week. Each with good news about vaccines were Antibody treatments surfaces offering hope that an end of the pandemic is of hand. And yet this holiday season presents a grim reckoning. United States has reached an appalling milestone of more than a million cases. Every week. Million new cases every week. Hospitals in some states are full to bursting. The number of deaths is rising and seems on track who Surpassed the 2200 a day average. And we're still looking for local Covad stories. I was just thinking last night. We haven't heard from our friend of the program that was in ICU. The Guy that went to the Halloween party. Oh, yeah, I was worried about him because we haven't so I don't know if he's listening or able to listen, but I wouldn't emails from He was a nice you know, I love to know how how you're doing and I'd love to know how anybody's doing. You can email us radio from politics. 96 dot com. I will, um, I'll look up his email and send something off to him just to check on him. Yeah, check on him. See what's going on. S o coronavirus cases here in Utah again yesterday up 1897. There was a drop in testing. Um We had the whole It's a holiday weekend. So s so where is all of that? And there's some thought that maybe the lower number because last few days, numbers have been lower. There's some thought that maybe the mask mandates were starting to work, but but with the holiday, you know 7 to 10. Days after Thanksgiving. We're looking to see a spike in there. Ah, Utahns have Uh, may have been the worst among residents of the entire country. When it About health officials saying, Stay home for Thanksgiving. I believe that new data suggests that the number of road trips of at least 50 miles taken by Utahns did drop by 13.9% the day before Thanksgiving and on the holiday itself, compared with last year. But but that was the lowest decrease in any Of the other states. So, according to travel data rivals is the company that put this together. Hawaii was worse with was the worst with 7.6% increase. The next worst state state behind Utah was Nevada. And that presumes that those people traveling we're traveling to visit other people. If you're traveling and just going someplace and staying as a family unit, and you know, isolating yourself somewhere else. That's one thing you know, Like, Well, we may take a trip. And go toe a better or to weigh on Airbnb. But we won't. We won't associate with other family members or the general public. We'll just go isolate by ourselves somewhere else rather than this house. It'll be just a different four walls. Yeah, but I mean that, But that's helpful. We found that really was helpful when we did that a couple of months ago or a month ago. Instead of staring at these walls, we wouldn't stared at some mall somewhere else. Some new walls. U. S District Judge Dee Benson has died At the age of 72 from brain cancer people who knew Judge Benson Praised him. He was known for his kindness, his legal acumen and his deep Political connections. He died at his home on Monday. He was 72. He'd been diagnosed with.
"tim heidegger" Discussed on Pop Culture Leftovers
"Man. Man. Can. You imagine just taking the shower sitting down Jake? I can't imagine anywhere. Weird. But you didn't have to do that when you had your foot surgery. No I would I have my foot surgery like I had to get where this bucket shower chair 'cause I couldn't put any weight on it. I was I was taking I was putting I was putting that foot in the knee up on the side of the shower I wasn't buying buying buying fucking chair. God Yeah I had to get like a fucking. Shower chair I do like a month sought. Man Good pipe did I did I talk about the rating system that I do that? Shit. All right. Good. Very talk about the things that the previous week after week that we either watched or read sometimes we rate these things and if this is your first time listening, this is our rating system. The rating system is simple if the leftovers don't like something, they toss it. If they do like something, they suggest you tasted and if it's brilliant, a gets a tupperware rating if all the leftovers love it, then it gets the pinnacle of Success Tupperware Party real quick if you're a fan of Tim and Eric or anything that Tim and Eric ever done. Like I don't know bedtime stories or beef oust or whatever the fuck they don't know adult swim. Youtube dropped a Tim Heidegger. Comedy. Special yesterday an evening with Tim Hi Decker and I watched it on a big Tim and Eric Fan. I knew that this was going to be not just like the standard stand up comedy act and it basically, it was not this was very experimental comedy, and if you're not familiar with his comedy, you might not get it at all and even if you do get it, you might not like it. It's a deconstruction of standup comedy. He just kind of goes through all the stand up comedy things that people do and just. kind of like deconstructs it, and in many ways just it's very awkward but I enjoyed it. So I'll give it a high taste, but this is not for everybody and that's all I'm really gonNA say about that one. So just watch it if you're a huge fan of him hijacker. I enjoyed it but then again, I'm a big Tim and Eric Fan. Let's speak in a stand up comedy June let's talk about the opening act this released on video on demand on the sixteenth. So it's been out for a couple of weeks now. The film follows will chew WHO's true-life passion is to become a stand up comedian when when he is given the opportunity to MCI comedy show opening for his hero billy. Gee. He must decide if he wants to continue the life, he has set up or pursue his dream the life of a comedian..
"tim heidegger" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"I? Yeah, I mean, it's it's sort of funny. I think that you're saying, like, you know, starting out with this kind of thing. I don't need anything. We'll actually do not always think, but it would be nice of you were there I was just over here playing air guitar. Mike Bloom, who's just ripping it over there on the guitar. Just that's so fun to hear on the radio. Sorry, I just get excited. To hear my own stuff being played, You know? Well, then you'll be very excited when I ask you about your new show. Time Show you got called Moon Base. A thiss fall from Armisen John C. Reilly. This looks really funny. Can you describe it as an idea? Yeah, the premises. Pretty simple. It's Fred and John and I are these astronauts are aspiring astronauts are in this NASA program to train to live on the moon. On DH. It's pretty clear pretty quickly that we're probably not gonna make it. We're probably not going to be chosen were fairly inept. You know, it's it's got a little bit of. Ah, connection to the Three Stooges. Maybe. Ah, It's just it was really, you know, an excuse for for Fred and John and I who we are very close and love each other and love to make each other laugh. Eyes just like what could we do that would put the three of us alone in a room together, you know, literally dome in the middle of the desert, and then we could have fun. So it went from there and then, But we all love sci fi, and we love that. That kind of That that kind of style. So we brought in Jonathan Krisel, who did baskets in Portland. And he added, this whole other cinematic kind of beautiful sci fi vibe to it. That It's really different. We made it kind of on her own with a 24 without really a network involved, So we kind of just went off into the desert and made this thing and it's very It's very much. It's own thing. But it's you know, I think you're You'll be amused. It's very funny to me. The production process. Sounds fascinating. I can't wait to see it. My guest has been Tim Heidegger. His new album. Fear of Death is out today, Tim, Thanks for being with us. Thank you very much great to talk to you..
"tim heidegger" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Of the new album by Tim Hi, Decker. Who is my guest this hour, Okay? It took me all morning, Jim and I finally figured it out touch of gray the dead. Well, they're a little bit a little bit. I'm not a grateful dead guy. And I'm open about that. I've been out there. You know, I've had statements put out Am I personally hear more of the birds there. I hear a little more of Crosby, Stills and Nash Little Stephen Stills there. A little love the one you're with, Maybe, but I'll take. I'll take it. You know, I mean, Jerry Garcia is a great great guitar player. So Now that I hear up, I can hear both. I can You know, the program I've deprogrammed well done was done of in the song. You know, Obviously, there's there's a bit of, you know, there's always some truth. In the sort of irony as well as as you're writing, because people do know you for your comedic chops. Are you Are you aware of that when you sit down to do a more straightforward Record to write more straightforward songs. Over for sure. I mean, I try not to let it Change the creative process. I just Have put on a different hat, and I'm working with different kinds of people, and it's still very fun and Collaborative. Um and you know, I think about it, my delivery of my singing and how I could try to not make it sound like a goof. But then it comes to this point where it's the explaining it and talking about it doing press where it becomes a little a little bit of a curve for people, But I just always think it isn't that kind of interesting, you know is like everybody needs like an angle, and I feel like I'm doing something that maybe not. A lot of other people are doing just because of the nature. Of the fact that I'm this other thing. You know, I do comedy and I do different things, and I have this other thing here, so I just try to look at it is a good thing that in this in this very crowded media environment, there's something I can Distinguished myself with My guess is Tim Hi Decker, the name of his new album, his fear of death. I want to play another track. I want nothing. Can you tell us what we should listen for in this track? Well, Natalie's beautiful harmonies in the bridge her angel voices coming through, and I also the second verses. Kind of a little little, many autobiography of Ah Mei. Me. Sort of, you know, I live in this weird place where I get to do some big movies. And I was in this movie us that Jordan Peele made and the second verse is kind of me like reflecting on That had just happened and I'm kind of what am I doing here? You know, and I don't know how many people can relate to that. But it's my experience of like You know, sort of the absurdity of what I do. Take a listen to nothing from Tim Heidegger. That's what it amounts to who they say. Black down for Monday. All right, listen to me. The wrong list wins, See, but you see me in heaven. Just let me be. You see me in heaven? Just let me be. That's nothing from Tim. Hi,.
"tim heidegger" Discussed on Apocalypse...Now?
"Talking to me today. podcast they're your new favorite thing, and you can't get enough of them were all in lockdown? And what are you going to do while you stare blankly at your wall? Listen to more podcasts. You know where you can hear some great shows. On the apocalypse podcast network that's right. We have a network with tons of shows from people that are creating really amazing content during these fucking weird ass times when have teach be something, goodbye, koruna, Tato, correctly mistaken by Wesley Cherry and so many more fall in love with another podcast. Good Apocalypse PODCAST NETWORK DOT COM. Thank you, Travis for talking to me about queuing on. I don't know how you put up with the constant information or misinformation, should I say Tim Heidegger was actually on the latest episode of Cunanan Anonymous, and they talk about the thing that we briefly mentioned in our conversation about the K.. W. Williams twitter account. It's a really great episode. A really good interview with Tim Heidegger again Tim. Heidegger of Tim and Eric and adult swim fame. So check out their latest episode and you'll fall in love with the show. If you're really interested in what this in on conspiracy theory is all about I will have links to Cunanan. Anonymous Dot Com in the show notes. Make sure you follow Travis at Travis, underscore view on twitter and follow at Q. Anon- anonymous on twitter, so you can get the latest episodes from the podcast, and before we go I want to talk to the Hugh and honor who has made it this far into the.
"tim heidegger" Discussed on Apocalypse...Now?
"Tap. It probably has done something terrible. CNN The ideas like people in these sorts of high powered influential positions won't get arrested and they're all either. Have to face military tribunals, because what they did was so evil, and so traitress that the civil courts will be good for them, and then they will, then the rest of us will see all the evil things that they were doing behind the scenes and We will enter into a new great grandma's new beautiful Utopian Age now that we've rid ourselves of all these evil elites. Alien Technology to. have access to alien technology be cures for diseases, and they'll be no more debt, and we'll be rich and Yeah, we'll just have peace on earth with as long as as long as lady. Gaga still running free. We just can't have that. I don't know I. Don't agree with a world without lady Gaga. I mean that theory is just so. It comes from an idea of everything right now is completely spinning out of control for people and to be able to see that. Steven Spielberg happy ending I think is why they wouldn't want Steven. Spielberg to write their story, but. It's. Very dangerous to put all of your eggs into this basket. Do you think that the trump administration is taking advantage of conspiracy theories to try to get people? Maybe it'd be like the storm can't happen until reelected so i. mean I really feel like they are definitely are aware of the Cunanan community and they aren't against. Encouraging them, or at least they aren't willing to do anything that would discourage them. because the problem is at the end of the day. To enough followers, they are basically this highly passionate digital street team for the trump administration, and if you are someone like you know, the White House Social Media Manager Dansk Gavino. This is something that you would consider to be a plus if you want to keep your jaw into the into the next year, and so at Dansk, Gavino actually has posted a couple of things. That's the sort of like that looked like a wink to Cunard community. Welcome was a meam that that showed it was photoshop picture of trump playing the violin as my next. My next piece is called. Nothing can stop with his coming, and this is a common phrase. Q. Says Nothing can stop was coming. Followers immediately recognized as as an that came from the community. The one was Dansk view posted a gift. That's TIKTOK. It was orally. TIKTOK said this again over and over again in a circle, and this is something that also accused says the ideas like well. The clock is running out on the ball and only a matter of time before they're all gonna come down, so and also trump himself has tweeted or re tweeted Cunanan on accounts I think over one hundred Sixty Times is oh my God. So. He even said store. He's even like in his speeches, said something about the storm, hasn't he? Like baited them a little bit. At one time, basically, the the whole idea of the storm comes from a time in the early October two thousand seventeen before you when he was doing a photo op with a bunch of Personnel in the White House. The press there and I wasn't the trump trump and said you know what this represents. entrusted what was represent. Is it maybe represents the calm before the storm and the the press said was store Mr that you talk about, he said. You'll see and it was very weird. It was very cryptic now my interpretation of that that particular that was that he was sitting there with the press, having his Co. taken with these military personnel, and he was very resentful of them. He thought he'd fuck with them a little bit this. Theory as seems more reasonable seems very A. trollers kind of nature, but Kulen followers believe that he was actually alluding to a mass arrests event that was carried out by the kind of military personnel that he was surrounded with at the time. So this is where the idea of the storm came from from this. We're offhand comment that trump made one time, and that is the Internet culture in a sense. Is People pick up things that? They attach themselves to. And then they become viral intricate pieces of whatever Internet philosophy they have. I did see something. I don't know if this was true or if it was Tim Erica Tim from Tim and Eric tweeted that the K. W. Miller for Congress twitter account was not real. Yucky W Miller. Miller's one of the Cunard. Congressional candidates use a independent running in Florida and he is yeah. He's quite a character. He's he's. He's A. He has a very allows for Brash Persona. EAT does Cuban on sort of a hashtags. and. Tim, Tim, heidegger. He He actually wound up interviewing K. W, and of this really kind of funny combative interview. On his show. Really Yeah. That thing is that event in order in order to basically troll k.? Tim heidegger while up, saying that this isn't real. This character I mate. He did that specifically to irritate K. W. Miller which was pretty funny. That's how that went down. It's just a metaphor for the Times that we're living in now. The the Post Truth Era I think is what you guys. Call it in your description for your show. We don't really know what's up and down left and right anymore. Do you think that living during these times Israeli making more people susceptible to falling into the queue rabbit hole, absolutely I mean there's actually a ton of evidence that one of the major accelerates for Q. on to. To get more people button to buy into it with was the pandemic as a consequence of the pandemic You know this is what extremely scary destabilize event,.
"tim heidegger" Discussed on Behind the Bastards
"Look at what I love. What my hands. But it's hot cheesy cleaned right the Broccoli in their. That's why would you want that of adoptable? If I went. Gross you out. Everyone I would eat right out of. Shell them wow let. Let's this in with the right. There it goes. We're dumping twenty two gallon into the everywhere and the right now. I have forty four gallons. What happened to survive for two years or three years? You're GONNA need more and it just looks like it looks almost like powdered protein. It's just like like I've I've I eat a lot of dried food. I go camping. I do survive. He's just eating. I I've never like no one else sells. I'm very familiar with how people cell survival food. No this. The best is that he's like he must have like extra buckets he started selling buckets filled with bibles insane and they recommend bearing the. Bible's for when they need it online completely. Insane unbelievable I. It's amazing. It's amazing. He's selling twenty-eight. Bucket sampler there for twenty five hundred dollars donation or more peo- Branson Missouri fucking real dude. I'll never understand how this works. But it does and some good lawyers on his side. I I don't even know if anyone's tried like there's this is just the way the law works and it shouldn't. You shouldn't just be able to say it's a donation. Here's your product but I guess it's fine. We've all agreed not to stop this. It's a pretty cool and good and I have to know one of the surreal things about watching modern Jim. Bakker's ads is that he looks like David Cross in a costume. He later definitely part of it. He like he emerged from prison and they kind of a cap now and he's got this like beard. Yes yeah he's like. You've reinvented himself. A little bit his look. Yeah you have to when you do this so vic. I'M GONNA start selling buckets of SLOP. I mean no taking donations. You donate twenty five hundred dollars to me. I will make sure forty. Four gallons of something liquid Hot arrives at your door. I'll I'll find a way And so let's send the money over. And in the meantime check out these ads for products that are not donation based and function within the regular economy and have to pay taxes. Iheart RADIO IN TRIBECA studios present fierce. A podcast about the incredible women who never made it into our history books and the modern women carrying on their legacies today. I'm your host Joe Piazza. Each week will be introducing you to women like Madame. Cj Walker. She created jobs for thousands of African American women who otherwise would have been sharecroppers washer women and cooks and maids and gave them the opportunity to make their own money independently as businesswomen listening. Subscribe to fierce on the iheartradio APP or wherever you listen to podcasts. Jim Baker wound up on Donald. Trump's side of the twenty sixteen election and his political stances over the last few years won't really surprise anyone in August. He said this. Hillary Clinton is a very wicked and UNCHRISTIAN woman. She supports gay rights and abortion. I would say she is a bright of Satan. If America Alexa it could lead to Armageddon and cool so she would have been so much better of a candidate if she was married to the Devil Lake less problematic than bill. Yeah alas initially it looked like trump selection would be bad for Jim's business like I said the whole president. Hillary means Armageddon Line. I think he was really gearing up for Hillary Clinton's present because he would have sold the shit out of food and Bible buckets. You've had this whole thing about like ban the Bible you gotTa Bear. Your Bibles you gotTa bear your food buried all right. You're the best is like his live feed of Of when the results are coming in. They're like preparing for trump to lose to start their gift again. The same thing with Alex Jones. They had to think on their feet like how to get through this now. How do we get through this now and it was disastrous for Alex Jones in the end? It wasn't disastrous for Jim Baker. And I I don't really know why other than that like Jones is Violent end end Commits a ton of crimes. And I think Jim Baker has been pretty careful about committing crimes. Since all of the crimes he committed sent him to prison I guess that's I guess that's just it and I I kind of the end of this here. I'm left trying to wonder what gyms followers seeing him like. Whatever you like you find. I think most people find these videos from show so profoundly unsettling that you were. You've spent dozens of hours of your life. Editing them into the horror shows that they they really aren't to try to like highlight that because I guess you. Can you tell me about the first time you ever came across one of these videos like what it was like realizing this was all going on? There had to be a time before you knew Jim. Baker was doing this. I thought I came across the the the baker bucket like when he was making the cheesy. Brecca the rice and the massive tubs friend. Tim heidegger founded. He says you got to do something with this because it seems like it's like it's like a skit or something it just doesn't seem real you know and like I. I don't know what's up with the people that that I don't know how anybody can. Just watch that and not be offended. Like how like. Why is this happening? How why would you give this guy any money? But I think I think it's a lot Because he still has a lot of people that are up with him in the seventies and eighties and and he's just co culture icon in a way and you know it's there's a little bit of the Colt mentality to their because like even you can actually like by rooms in his studio so you live live in the studio all ladies. Pretty much. Yeah but I've noticed recently even before the corona virus outbreak like the. The crowd has been pretty slim. They've been trying to fill the The rose with like statues and stuff to make you know. Fill the room up a little bit. But I'd be curious to know how they're doing. Yeah there it's interesting there This is like you do have to say his. His current digs are much more Much less ambitious than his original ones and like I think his studio has about a sixty seat audience. Oh yeah that kind of all older women and yeah it does seem like there have been less of them.
"tim heidegger" Discussed on Roleplay Retcon
"Can I say that last seen buddy sorry measured so good. I like it all the reasons. Is everybody dislikes. I you know because that's the thing we we cut into that a little bit about how Indiana John like a lot of a lot of the reasons they were going after a lot of the stuff they were going after it was because the Nazis Mike To Destroy Cultural things culture importance to other people <hes> an Indiana Jones is thing is he's trying to preserve it but like through our modern lands we know that he's like trying trying to preserve it by kind of stealing it himself will little bit and so like for for Indiana Jones to just like take this important thing in like just haven't we even has just that little bit of Avarice for Lake Important Horton Cultural Artifacts. We even even made that joke. I forgot what episode but we're like that belongs on the Museum and American Museum. Yeah I think been was the one that even yeah yeah yeah solid point to make <hes> maybe maybe it doesn't belong in a museum I also I also was playing Indiana Jones as a guy that like I I really feel like any Indiana Jones would not be able to stand the idea of someone not way. I'm yeah him if he liked them. Yeah Yeah Yeah not I mean like he finally Schneider doesn't like him you know but he otherwise I feel again. A Jones says like pathological need to be like that he he needs the final scene like the big conclusion seen. I think it was a little ambiguous there about whether or not you know she forgave Indiana Jones. I guess if I wanted to stretch it. She is a crystal skull now and she she she is in that kind of like that ether that that she has infinite knowledge now so she might like see the man her father really was. Oh my gosh yeah. That's a good point so that she sees the Indiana Jones was actually right innocent and that he actually did try and save her father still hate it though you did I made that I made the new fringe in seen you guys carrying off people like it. Lets people hate it. Young Awards skull the put on your shelf. Oh come on now. It was a little bit that there was a little bit that was so we kind of kind of joke to while we were recording about who we like wanted to play characters a little bit like I don't know where any we're any of of you actually like kind of trying to play off of. I I mean you know ban. I feel like you're probably trying to be Harrison Ford but you even mentioned at one point that you were kinda playing somebody else a little bit more. Well my voice the plate now though it was it was it was like some kind cowboy yeah mostly joke that Yeah Oh okay I would not be surprised of Harrison Ford like said. I was doing cowboy him up a little bit when I play him boy. That sounded like just a H- you thought you were talking about Harrison Ford himself. I'm probably making the same Madison's Harrison Ford is with sex shit so like I don't know maybe yeah you really does yeah on Wayne for that matter but like I mean Indiana Jones very much is that kind of pulp era cowboy figure though like an in almost all of them except for for sure <hes> <hes> the temple of doom. He's he's writing a horse. He's he's got his fedora cowboy hat man. He's got up and bull whip <hes> yes. He's got a revolver a Webley revolver <hes> he's pretty pretty much a cowboy as it is aw yeah I I remember listening to book on tape and Yeah of Yeah Star Wars Book Amarante Sola was in there in the guy that did on solo gave him like a real cowboy voice <hes>. I really liked that which. which hung I guess? That's aren't really know how that carries over to anyways. I I was pulling from Mark Proche Mark Mark Proche. <hes> is a very funny comedic actor. That's the guy who plays hey. I was with with CINCY. The Guy who plays a yes it's nate on the right was he's on <hes> on cinema anthem cinema which is like a thing Tim Heidegger does and he he does he does care to where he pretends to be an all-time movie actor. I was basically just doing that voice but a little bit higher awesome Nice Ace could choice he's also he's an. I think he's doing this. I WANNA watch those eight inch yeah. Bringing I mean Alex I mean rushing of Nazis. Residents just weren't a good guy dylan outside of like outside of lichens James Bond Movies Russians. I just don't really work as a nemesis yeah <hes> but yeah it's you know if you look at it from from what people love about Indiana Jones. They love the first one they love the third one now. A lot of people like the the second one and there's a clear correlation between Indiana Jones is punching Nazis. I think that using not he's is so smart in like every way but mostly because there's no way we can sympathize with Nazis. You know like sometimes if there's like people that other people are killing or that you're killing your characters killing or whatever it's like us. Should I be hurting. This person like what if this is just like an innocent person just doing their job and you cannot feel that way with Nazis yeah yeah like Russians were just like political adversaries of the U._S.. They weren't like yeah they weren't listening and I'm not just trying to like. I mean aw I think that's a that's. Maybe a sentiment that's that's sort of eroded a little bit in the last couple years and I really enjoyed <hes> you know Ginga Gin to take some potshots at Nazis for a little while like you WanNa make the right kind of friends in the right kind of enemies like in today like it just the in this climate you know like a coupon some Nazis because the people that are gonna like that are jerks. You don't want to be offensive. anyways yeah definitely like it's pretty relevant to even today's like political standings to be like all right. That's Fuxin Nazis up. You don't WanNa fuck up Nazis. I know I specifically got to say a one episode that Nazis like things that suck and I was like suck. It's so good. It's the credit yeah. If you break Nazis arms they got like less arms to do not see stuff with <hes> I so this might be another thing that gets me crucified but I kinda like Kate Blanche's planets character and the original movie. Oh Yeah I mean she was <hes> he was fine. There were some missteps I kind of like that. You kept some of her D._N._A.. In Esperanza they had some like well they so so her character in the movie definitely wants like she thinks that the the skull will give her like infinite knowledge Oh yeah to that and so so kind of in that sense Kinda Kinda got there but I like the Esperance's motivations were more complicated than that <hes> Oh yes she was definitely a she was a big little they bag <hes>. She's a big old pot of loading motion. She was a sack of acting huge just a an old bag. <hes> I Alex I question I have for you is like so when you when you started to go about this when you're like okay hey a minute. I'm GonNa take this thing this movie that exists and we're GONNA we're going to kind of you know. Redo it. <hes> some different pieces when you went into it like how much how much were you thinking to keep in like. How much do you think throw out and did you take anything honestly editing at all from the original over than the crystal skulls themselves being there when we when we assigned Indiana Jones for to me I was going to scrap the entire thing I was going to? I was actually playing around with the idea of going back in just doing the plot to Indiana Jones in the fate of Atlantis 'cause that's my wife's like favorite video game and <hes> it's a pretty good story at it's a it's a pretty cool little point and click adventure game <hes> <hes> yeah. I'm not familiar with it really cool. Oh Yeah Oh man Mona you'd love it. It's from the Golden Age of Lucas Arts Adventure Games like from full-throttle era and stuff but but been challenged me to at least is to keep the title and the overall more or less overall plot. I I guess just that just at the the crystal skulls had to be Germane to the <unk> yeah and so I started looking at what what the crystal skulls actually were <hes> and basically they're just they're just bullshit. They're they're just a a fake thing that the people made with modern tools and then sold them because they just sold them to European clarify hoax they're they're big and that's not like their superstitious. They are in fact completely found. They are completely phony there. They said they were made back. Thousands and thousands of years ago by primitive tools but they weren't they were made with with modern at the time eighteen hundreds of rotary to then you really couldn't tell the difference with our technology that time right but yeah I lost my train of thought the title in the skulls and I I was my biggest problem with the crystal skulls as a facet because things like the arc of the covenant the <hes> the stones from Temple of doom the the holy grail those are artifacts that we don't have those are artifacts that have this mythos around them that everyone thinks is like they could be they could be true and we'd be out there have them so we can't know that they don't have these powers right but we have the skull so I had to like. Try to make up something around the skulls to make them like that right and right. I mostly just went through it with like all just I'll figure out what they actually do later but everything they thought happened at that point in time. I'll just make true okay yeah and I didn't. I didn't WanNa do aliens and I I had the whole cake about <hes> you know Andy versus Nazis being better than Indie versus German so I've or yet indie versus Russians so I said it during World War Two because it was just the next logical step in the progression of things. I've just have it be there and.
"tim heidegger" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1
"I'm calling Lindstrom is Bradley trainer ended up. Paulie there I am here. Paula Guerra Grimes from pulse. It's not just within theaters. It's also what you can watch at home this, he's a streamer. Yes, I am so Paul. Let's kick it off with the thing that I'm the most excited about story. Theaters this weekend. And if you're thinking, okay, the Toy Story, three ended so perfectly why are they making a four? Trust me when I tell you that you have to run out and go see Toy Story for all the expectations and frankly beats them if you're thinking, I don't know if this is going to be any good. Okay. So I have not had that thought so grateful for that. But tell us what to expect. Are we were meeting new characters right? Yes. So if you remember at the end of the third wide, Andy gives us toys over this girl named Bonnie. And Bonnie is now in kindergarten inner orientation class. She makes toy a plastic fork named a forty out of the trash, and then she loves for key so much, that she takes on this road trip with all the other toys. And then when forty gets separated up to Woody, who decides to go rescue him and reunite him with Bonnie AC, what I love about this is the door of every parent of a kindergartner knows exactly what this is like when your kid. Brings home the trash project. They love so much, and you literally are like we cannot lose this trash project because if we lose it's like taking one of their limbs, but it's literally trash plan a paper plate Turkey. Okay. Now we're gonna protect the stem thing, and that's exactly what it is. Because Barney finds these this material in the trash, that's a spark and pipe cleaners and popsicle, sticks that she'd pieces together into this toy and how the kind of describe before and he's voiced by Tony HALE from veep, and arrested development's. If you like, Tony HALE, you'll definitely does. And then you have Jonah Reeves joining the cast and Keegan Michael key, Jordan Peele are also in all these new cast members just live up to what you love about who they are, and their personas so much. And of course, Tom Hanks back as Woody Tim Allen anti pots the whole rest of the gang all here, too. I love it. And it sounds to me or at least from from what I've read it leaves it open. Open for maybe the potential of more sequels. I, I don't know. Well, I mean, sure it's at least some of the, the new character new line of toys for children rows their money and the whole deal land at DisneyWorld. I mean it's like they had the one of the funnest games that I ever most fun games I've ever played in my life or rides rather was at Disneyland. An it's the Toy Story one where you're shooting things. So it's like a real live game in. You're in it super being you're with the person you have car is what's so great about this movie. It's so fun. And they really add so much comedy to it. I think it's a finest of the Toys R movies, like there's no bit or seeing that they don't try to add more comedy. And it's add venturous and it provides us like closure that you didn't think you needed by the and you're like that was so sweet so darling, I know why they made this movie now and reminds everyone why Tom Hanks? What he is. So vital to this movie, why? I mean it's one of the best DeVos over performances of all time him as Woody over these four movies, and what he means with this character means to Andy Bonnie, everyone else has been in the audience, watching these is just incredible. I will also say, I mean at least at my house like the Toy Story movies, have really grown up with my, my kids and my Ali, who's twelve he still he still has that he's still young enough that he has that sort of attachment in this style about those toys that he had me, and I mean, literally, the Woody toy the buzzing your, he still has that attachment nostalgia to it. So it's it is sort of, beautiful to see now this other this next movie come out, and he wants to see it, it's, so it's so for people who have kids, the age of my children. I know that this is very exciting. It is. And I think even us off, as that may be saw the moving. He's the first one when we were kids to see the kind of progression on this transition has now kit from teens who doll and Oregon, your kids. We can appreciate these movies in such different lines as all there. And I just I don't know it meant more to me than I think I thought it would going into it. Who will they be too old for the original don't have kids? You know you would love it. I wish you would see it. I wish you would want. There's a lot of there's a lot of adult humor in this. I don't mean raunchy but I mean they really laugh. All right. I'll cut there's little things that, you know, will pick up on that wheel. That's Kalev Pixar. See what you did there s I just love the imagination that behind these films. Okay. So what how many tickets? four and five they really go all out on this like the closure the the peace results okay so we've got about to talk about us the home release yes this is my favorite movie of the year so far it is i'm blue ray d._v._d. on demand e._s._o. if you didn't see it in theaters it's the latest masterpiece from jordan p._r. again jordan peele double feature today and he wrote director produces a and it's about this family that goes this beach house for the summer and what happens when they are the victims of a home invasion and those are there d'appel gainers at the end of their driveway trying to break lou pizza ngongo winston duke elizabeth moss and tim heidegger are also i it looks so creepy and i cannot wait to see them so glad i can watch it in the comfort of mine how christ five out of five tickets there levin layers go with you Thank you so much grise rabbit holes drifted. Lewis, check out his YouTube channel check out the website. He's multimedia. But we come back on the Colleen and Bradley show. We've got some dumb people. Doing dumb things we call them crazy stupid idiots after this on my talk one zero seven one. mytalk one seven one everything was you just make ten louder and make ten be the top number and make that alone these eleven entertainment.
"tim heidegger" Discussed on KPCC
"Opinion. Just lack all. It starts from a working class. Blue collar perspective thinking that Wilbur Ross is going to be this savior, is gonna bring the jobs back. It's going to open up the coal mines again. And then describing what life is like, in some of these small towns, where there's the only place to get food is at the dollar store. And so when I started song, sometimes it might be a little flippant or silly, silly subject matter Wilbur Ross and slippers, and then as I think about it more try to add a little more depth to it. What is it like playing these things live, what you hear back from an audience, and what is that? Well, I started playing Trump's private pilot like during the during the campaign early in the campaign and it I mean, I'm playing for a bubble essentially, you know, I'm not playing for a diverse audience of Trump supporters, and everything. But there a lot of people like me that are confused and angry and feel like stuff is slipping away from them. And in when I get to the end where the pilot decides to crash, the plane. Spoiler alert for the sake of Justice in America and everything. There's just like this cathartic cheering that happens. That's very emotional, but also insane in weird that we're all. You know, thinking these dark thoughts and kind of green with we're talking with actor, comedian and musician, Tim Heidegger, so you are doing, these songs that are playing you say inside, this bubble again, this one reaction outside of the bubble. The reaction is a little bit different. And it does spark some trolling. And the trolls are, you know, they're out there, and they come after you what was the general theme of what they were saying about your music and even more particularly about your personal life. Well, yeah. They've been they've been around my career since really the beginning when we were making stuff, there was always this segment on the message boards, and then later on read it and for channel, these places one tactic that they had was the whole cook thing, you know, would be defined as I don't really know. I guess there's a Webster's version of it, but it sort of this, like, you know, d- masculine or beta male kind of this idea that because I'm not a Trump supporter, that I'm some kind of wimp, or kind of wet piece of toast. And they're very you know, some of them can be pretty creative. In one of the things they did was manufacturer these divorce papers that, that is spreading this rumor that my wife had left me because I'm such a, you know, got a cook a weak, weak minded, liberal guy, hard live tart. Yeah. And so that, that showed up on message boards, and they, they downloaded the, the marriage. Certificate that the points that was well. My wife's real name on it, and my work address and stuff. And my is all about the alimony payments like how much I'm paying my wife now which was just like, you know, we all know people that are divorced. Is that really the strongest you've got, but parodying Nora Ephron line that everything is copy this becomes inspiration for your new record. What the brokenhearted due in part. So let's listen to the title track off et Al. Just been. Thing that's true. Do whatever. Broken. I mean, there's the whole idea of, like, you know, I'm going through this personal crisis. But there's also.
Tim Heidecker Isn't Really 'Brokenhearted'
"From them on broadcast center at KPCC. This is the frame. I'm John horn on today show, the former head of the California film commission on how she fought to keep moviemaking in the Golden State, then comedian and musician, Tim Heidegger has a new album of heartbreak songs. It was inspired by his online. Trolls smoothing can be pretty creative. And one of the things they did was manufacturer up these divorce papers that, that spreading this rumor that my wife left me because I'm such a, you know, weak-minded lip tart, and why are so many movies and TV shows being turned into live stage shows. Are you ready for the empire strips back all that coming up on the frame? Welcome to the frame. I'm John horn. The California film commission is the government office that supports filming in the state and that includes everything from blockbuster movies to commercials. Earlier this month, we found out. It's getting a new executive director, the position is appointed by the governor and Gavin Newsom has decided he wants to pick someone new, the outgoing director Amy lunch had the job for fifteen years during her tenure. She started the state's tax credit program to keep film and TV production from leaving California. I asked Amy about her background as a movie producer before she was hired to head the film commission. There never been anyone in this position as executive director of the California film commission who had a production background and they really did want that. So coming in, I certainly had to learn, Sacramento state government legislation tax codes, but at least the production side, and you're stand what their needs are. And most importantly, the time constraints and, and I think that the. Industry that I'd be talking to understood that I understood what what they're going through. So the film office in any state is looking at a couple of different things. And one is what you're describing. That is here's how we can help you get permits. But you're doing that against a backdrop where other people other countries other states are offering incentives, and it could be British Columbia could be London, it could be New York could be Georgia. So how do those two things compete because one thing is just like making production easier and the second one is competing with other areas of the country and around the world that are giving filmmakers money to leave the state, right? Well, so first of all, you could give all the tax credits and rebates you want, but is equally important to have a as we say film friendly environment, so that people can get their locations. They can turn around their permits quickly. They can close streets when they need to we can shut down a freeway if they need to do a big scene. So that is. Again, as equally important. But I will say when I started in two thousand four incentives were sort of just beginning to grow. We didn't get ours till two thousand nine and we were for five years, the underdog, every producer said we wanna film, in California, but we gotta go, where we can stretch our dollars. So when you are having conversations with people in government about why it's important to keep production in the state as opposed to leaving to go somewhere else. What are the kinds of changes in attitude, that you have to get people to embrace because you're up against a couple of different things. One is it's Hollywood. Why wouldn't people wanna shoot here? And the other one is what is the return on investment? So how do you get people to start taking a new way about why? It's actually economically important to keep people working in the state of California are achilles. Heel was it's, it's Hollywood, California isn't everybody here, anyway. What's the problem? I think one of the reasons why it took us until two thousand nine we had to hit rock bottom, and we were tracking. How many productions were leaving the state to be able to demonstrate now they're not staying, and if we want to retain our signature industry, we have to step up and do something. And one of the kickers was do you remember ugly Betty, which picked up and moved to New York that had shot here for three seasons. I think they were here for two or three for for them to shoot a New York that in Hollywood and picked up and move. Moved to New York and that actually really helped demonstrate what we're talking about. Because an a production that might be spending sixty eighty ninety million dollars in one season is a lot of money to lose rethink about Hollywood, and southern California's being kind of the hub of production in the state, and while that is true. There's production all over the state of California. I'm thinking about lady bird, which was shot in and around Sacramento, not far from where you are working, how important is film production across the state in terms of local economies, and local film, offices that are trying to attract production. It's a great question, because it was such an important part of the effort, that this is not just an LA issue. There's legislators from all over the state. What do they care in Fresno or Humboldt county about Hollywood? And it was critical that they understood that productions do travel around the state, and when they do they spend a lot of money locally in a local community and hotels and restaurants and purchases, and whatever they're doing even if they're not hiring crew there and we did have production shoot. Up in humble, and we had production shoot in Fresno in San Francisco and San Diego. So that was a big part of the push. How does the state benefit beyond the obvious in terms of economic contribution is there some intangible benefit that the state has beyond, you know, the tax numbers? I certainly think there are an, it's all those support businesses that people don't talk about a lot and it's not just like the prop house or a wardrobe rental place. It could be something like a florist who does flower arrangements for a wedding scene. A production can use. We've counted this about a thousand different vendors on one production. So those are all reaping the benefit of that, whatever fifty sixty seventy million dollars spending the other thing that's happening as we speak is there's a big debate about Georgia and about what's happening in that state over. It's very restrictive abortion laws when you think about the political power that Hollywood has, and the way that plays into politics. It's a very complicated issue. Hugh. But you have some thoughts about whether or not the industry, should use its the cloud of its money to talk about policies in states, where productions might be going so speaking in my now unofficial capacity. I'm watching Georgia very, very carefully. I don't know that it's appropriate for people from out of state to be dictating policy for another place, where they don't actually live. However, I do think that, you know, you can put your money where your mouth is or not put your money where you don't agree with particular policies. So we'll have to see how that plays out. You were the longest serving film Commissioner in state history. Your successor has yet to be appointed. What advice would you give him or her that maybe you didn't get when you started that you think is critical to understanding how to do this job? I don't know if this person's going to come in having a production background, but I would say, you know, listening to your constituents if you will, and me. Meeting with as many people as you possibly can to get a sense of where the problems are where, where you need to solve problems. That's essentially what we do all day long. Amy great to see you. Congratulations on your amazing term. Thank you so much. Coming up on the frame actor. And comedian Tim Hydrocare has a new album, and it's an inside joke response to his Trump trolls.
"tim heidegger" Discussed on X96
"Right. Seven three movie us is really quite box office. It's already paid for itself. I just have the story here it there. It is get out Jordan feels a shatters record seventy point three million dollars debuted. Well above forecasts. It was the largest debut for an original horror film, not not a remake remake in last year's Halloween. Have surpassed it in that genre. One of the highest openings were live action original film since avatar. People. So I would see it Friday early after well late afternoon. I guess a four thirty showing and the theater wasn't very busy. Four thirty in the afternoon when she figured we. We would be okay. So you know, we saw it on Saturday at like noon. No, probably pretty. Half full. It's it's it's it's very good. The acting is incredibly good particularly lupita Yongbo is she'd Shays terrific. And would you check to see if she won for twelve years a slave? She did she did win. Okay. Good. Because I was thinking that if she didn't win. No, she did. She certainly deserves to be nominated for this. I think she was just terrific. They she the the main characters in the family they all play dual roles, and they're they're all excellent Winston do Bawku. And I don't know the the kids, but but the kids are great. And then Tim. Hi, Tucker and Lisbeth moth is there as their friends are great. I don't see them being married, but a terrific. Elizabeth moss is just she's always good. And she's greatest as Tim hijackers kind of vapid. I guess vapid and bitchy y. Yeah. And she she plays up. Just perfect. And he's just kind of a loser. There's not as far as performances goes. There's not a stinker. There's not one word. Were you surprised were you? Yeah. And they have any idea what was going to happen. That's why I would say to people go see it now. Yeah. But because people are going to start talking about it, and you're gonna overhear something and the stuff that you've seen in the trailer is only the setup there's a lot more there. So that's like the first fourth of the movie is the setup, and then there's more there's a lot of south cannons law stuff. And so, and and you gotta be careful talking about it. I would just say to people go see it right away. So it doesn't get ruined for you. Yeah. It's it's it's very much. There's a lot of social commentary. It's very much a social combat like get out. Much much subtler get out is it has a very clear clear point. Yeah. Ma'am. It makes the point this is much subtler. There are a lot. There's a lot of depth to it. It's it's scary psychological thriller when you saw the trailer. I even I said this looks too damn scary. For me to say, it's kind of scary. Okay. But it's very unsettling. And it makes a lot of. A very lot of comments on society. And I've seen a couple of reviews that have called the Jordan peels masterpiece. I wouldn't say that I would say get out. So far is his masterpiece. This is really really good. There are a lot of there are a lot of. He does a lot of stuff. There's a lot going on there. Just a lot of nods to other horror, Mojo. Yeah. He's clearly a horror genre films jaws. And they're yeah. There's there's all kinds of lot of Stephen King. And a lot of which which is why you should be thrilled that CBS handed over the twilight zone franchise to Jordan Peele, which will be on the CBS CBS streaming app. Only starting in a week or so here will do well with that you can tell he's the guy. He's the best choice for that job. But. Lupita the ongo plays roles and man both. What do you mean bone plays? She plays the the lead woman of mother of the family. And then the the other mother or whatever it is the the other. You're going to know you see in the you see in the. Yeah. Previews of the family. There's there's there's there's family in our family in our driveway. There's a family in our driveway. And you see that it's a family of mother and a father and two kids. And that's you know, maybe you should stop there. Is you wanna go? I will say this though, easy Halloween costumes coming. Jumpsuit. We have red jumpsuits. Yes, we do. But. Yeah. It's let's see here. We go. A Hollywood, Tim. My one piece of advice for people going to see us is ignore the trailer. I think it's leading people to false impressions of what the movie actually is. Yes, that's true and causing them not to like it. It's meant to do that though. Yeah. Because well because if they would have put together a true trailer of giving way too much, it it meant made me believe that the movie was something that it's not. But that's fine. I was pleasantly surprised it's not a sequel to get out pencil Irving to do that has nothing to do with it. So don't get that confusion that might be, you know, making you think differently of the movie after you see it. I'd forgotten all about hands Groff's America. I have forgotten all about that. Was that was interesting fascinating. But yeah, very very good. Excellent movie and. Watch Qian peeling Keanu. They were damn scary movie. It's funny. Some of it's funny. Oh, yeah. Winston duke. You know, they had some questions going into it. Whether he was too big of a guy for the role, and whether he'd be able to do comedy, and he's hilarious. He played some funny stuff. I like it when he lays down on the bed right at the beginning of the movie. He's a he's a he's he he's a daddy's. He fills the show with dad jokes. So okay, dad, you know, what's cool about it too. Is that it's a black family, but it just sort of Justice American family? It's just an American. They're just an America as American as you could possibly be family Jimmy said that whenever Tim Heidegger shows up. He takes him out of the movie because all he can see is the Tim Heidegger from Tim and Eric. No, I didn't. And I thought he did great. I thought he was able to pull it off. But us go see it before everybody. All right. There you go. Potholes..
"tim heidegger" Discussed on WTVN
"I'm with Jack. You don't like those not a raisin that finger. I'd rather have risen Edson Googlers. Oh, I'd rather have Googlers and resonance me too. I like Googlers. But yeah, that's fine. Well, it's more for Matt. Yes. Let's see oh big movie at the box office this weekend met you saw. Whoa. Jordan movie. Yeah. Yeah. How was it? I wanted to love it. And but I liked it. Okay. I had really high expectations for it. And they fell slightly short. It could be about a half hour shorter. It's like two hours and fifteen minutes. Okay. Which is pretty long for a horror movie. And it's definitely more of a psychological. There is a little bit of gore, but it's not anything crazy. If you're generally not a horror fan, I think you would still probably enjoy it just from the standpoint of. And of course, his turn PL. So get out there a lot of social underlying social commentaries. And anticipates with Lou is. And Winston Duke from Black Panther Maku. Right. And. Elisabeth moss from Handmaid's tale and boy love her and Tim Heidegger from Tim and Eric. Why is he in mosses husband? Oh, really? Yeah. And he's like a tattooed hipster rich hipster, which is really weird. Really? Yeah. It's bizarre. Okay. They're both kind of awful. I mean, they're both really good. And they're going to be a great actor. And he's very funny. It's just that. He's showed up. Yeah. I interviewed Elizabeth moss. One's really. Yeah. She used to be on the west wing, and she was moaning something else. And and I was I was collecting interviews with people in the west wing was very excited to talk to your. She was very very nice. The only other one I ever got was Kristen channel with. Okay. And she was she was she was very nice as well. Yeah. I recommend people. Go see it. I would definitely say go see it. It was feel good film of the year. Sure. No, it was it was really interesting. I would not be shocked a little later in the year. And as it gets closer. I know it's really early in the year. But I wouldn't be shocked lupita younger got an Oscar nod. We'll everybody likes her anyway. Yeah. She's fantastic. And an I mean, especially as the d'appel ganger like terrifying. Okay. And actually everybody in it is really good. Yeah. Yeah. I I enjoyed it. All right. I want to see it again. But you can. Stuff that I missed. Anybody tells you know, you let me know comedy's a little forced but other than that, we if we prove that here thought it was that's Jordan. So is ours. So yes, but it's definitely worth a watch. Let's do famous birthdays. All right. We've got five on.
"tim heidegger" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Is fresh air. What place in America could accommodate monsters. The Marx brothers and the artist who immortalized melting clocks the answer. Of course is Hollywood. And our book critic Maureen Corrigan has a review of two new books about forgotten stories from Hollywood's past lost Hollywood the phrase conjures up starlets and silver LeMay and lunchtime Gimblett set the Brown derby, it does not bring to mind slimy swamp creatures were screwball surrealists starring in movies, featuring walking melons, but two new books that retrieve forgotten moments in Hollywood history expand our sense of LA La Land long legacy of magic and bad behavior. Mallory Almeira is a young producer and screenwriter who works in the monster slash horror, genre growing up a self professed monster geek, she I watched that nineteen fifty four classic creature from the black lagoon when she was seventeen and she was smitten filmed in three d black and white. The movie follows a team of archaeologists who search for prehistoric Fishman rumored to be paddling around in a remote Amazonian pond. Of course, there's a gorgeous woman on the team who becomes romantic fish beat. But as O'Meara says, it's the lonely creature himself sometimes called Gilman, who's the real star curious O'Meara began internet surfing and discovered that a woman design the creatures monster suit, her name was military. Dan, Patrick, and she herself was a raven haired knockout who looked like a movie star? In fact, when the movie was about to premiere Universal Studios sent Millicent on a publicity tour billing her as the beauty who created the beast, but militants powerful male boss was jealous of the attention and insisted that the tour be retitled, the beauty who lives with the beasts making it sound like Millicent with some kind of den mother for the creature along with the mummy and Wolfman even worse. Her boss fired Millicent after the tour because her name appears nowhere in the original credits. Militants accomplishments faded from memory known only to geeks like O'Meara to date Millicent, Patrick is the only woman credited with designing a great Holly. Would monster. Marras chatty. Impassioned book the lady from the black lagoon lifts Millicent. Patrick out of the mire of obscurity. There's so much great material here, including Millicent childhood at Hearst castle and her early career as one of Disney's first female animators that her own life story could be a film O'Meara is a dogged researcher and a fierce partisan. She even sports attached to of Millicent and the creature on her left forearm. But I must warn readers that this book should be rated. Oh for oh. My god. Where was an editor? O'meara's pros is bogged down in lane jokes and Wikipedia level. Historical context, I think it's worth putting up with these transgressions for Millicent story, which as O'Meara points out has resonance. For today when women in Hollywood still find themselves in the company of monsters. And now for something completely different in nineteen thirty seven the surrealist artist. Salvador Dali traveled to Hollywood to meet one of his idols Harpo. Marx, whom Dolly called the American surrealist if ever there were two people who got each other in terms of their shared manic. Subversion of reality, Salvador, Dali and Harpo Marx word, those kindred spirits after their meeting two things happened. Dolly sent Harpo an actual harp. This student with silverware spoons, knives and forks who strings were made of barbed wire. The other outcome was a script scenario written by Dolly of a movie for the Marx brothers called giraffes on horseback salad. Big surprise Louis b Mayer the humorless head of MGM. Studios turned it down. And the unfinished script was presumed. Lost appearing only on lists of greatest movies never made enter Josh Frank who like Mallory O'Meara is among other things a screenwriter and a geek in his case. A Marx brothers. Geek, Frank excavated Dolly's forgotten film treatment from the center Pompey do in Paris and in collaboration with comedian, Tim Heidegger and artists Manuela potato. He's produced a gorgeous graphic treatment of drafts on horseback salad. It's four beyond me to encapsulate the story line here, which involves a businessman named Jimmy who's in love with a Dame called the surrealist woman, some of Dolly's directions, call for Groucho, who's dancing, the Tango. With a woman who's cheek. Annoys him to remove her cheek with a spoon and for the three Marx brothers to cut off the nose of a locomotive train with a guillotine don't even try to understand just revel in the weirdness along with the wonderful, photographs and other archival material. Frank includes in this book lost Hollywood turns out to be stranger. And in a way more ahead of its time than most of us could have imagined Maureen Corrigan teaches literature Georgetown University. She reviewed the lady from the black lagoon and giraffes on horseback. Salad tomorrow on fresh air. My guest will be eighty Bryant. In addition to being a cast member on Saturday Night Live she stars in comedy series called shrill that's based on the collection of autobiographical essays by Lindy west who identifies as fat and a feminist. Shrill starts streaming on Hulu fried. Hope you'll join us. Fresh Air's executive producer.
"tim heidegger" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Lunchtime Gimblett set the Brown derby, it does not bring to mind slimy swamp creatures were screwball surrealists starring in movies, featuring walking melons, but two new books that retrieve forgotten moments in Hollywood history expand our sense of LA La Land long legacy of magic and bad behavior. Mallory Almeira is a young producer and screenwriter who works in the monster slash horror, genre growing up self-professed monster. Geek, she I watched that nineteen fifty four classic creature from the black lagoon when she was seventeen and she was smitten films in three d black and white. The movie follows a team of archaeologists who search for a prehistoric Fishman rumored to be paddling around in a remote Amazonian pond. Of course, there's a gorgeous woman on the team who becomes romantic fish beat. But as O'Meara says, it's the lonely creature himself sometimes called Gilman, who's the real star curious O'Meara began internet surfing and discovered that a woman design the creatures monster suit, her name was military. Dan, Patrick, and she herself was a raven haired knockout who looked like a movie star? In fact, when the movie was about to premiere Universal Studios sent Millicent on a publicity tour billing her as the beauty who created the beast, but milliseconds powerful male boss was jealous of the attention and insisted that the tour be retitled, the beauty who lives with the beasts making it sound like Millicent with some kind of den mother for the creature along with the mummy and Wolfman even worse. Her boss fired Millicent after the tour because her name appears nowhere in the original credits. Militants accomplishments faded from memory known only to geeks like O'Mara today. Millicent Patrick is the only woman credited with designing a great Holly. He would monster. Marras chatty. Impassioned book the lady from the black lagoon lifts Millicent. Patrick out of the mire of obscurity. There's so much great material here, including Millicent childhood at Hearst castle and her early career as one of Disney's first female animators that her own life story could be a film O'Meara is a dogged researcher and a fierce partisan. She even sports a tattoo of Millicent and the creature on her left forearm. But I must warn readers that this book should be rated. Oh for oh. My god. Where was an editor? O'meara's pros is bogged down in lane jokes and Wikipedia level. Historical context, I think it's worth putting up with these transgressions for Millicent story, which as O'Meara points out has resonance. For today when women in Hollywood still find themselves in the company of monsters. And now for something completely different in one thousand nine hundred thirty seven the surrealist artist Salvador Dali traveled to Hollywood to meet one of his idols Harpo. Marx, whom Dolly called the American surrealist if ever there were two people who got each other in terms of their shared Mannix. Subversion of reality, Salvador, Dali and Harpo Marx word, those kindred spirits after their meeting two things happened. Dolly sent Harpo an actual harp. This student with silverware spoons, knives and forks who strings were made of barbed wire. The other outcome was a script scenario written by Dolly of a movie for the Marx brothers called giraffes on horseback salad. Big surprise Louis b Mayer the humorless head of MGM. Studios turned it down. And the unfinished script was presumed. Lost appearing only on lists of greatest movies never made enter Josh Frank who like Mallory Almeira is among other things a screen writer and a geek in his case. A Marx brothers. Geek, Frank excavated Dolly's forgotten film treatment from the center Pompey do in Paris and in collaboration with comedian, Tim Heidegger and artists Manuela potato. He's produced a gorgeous graphic treatment of drafts on horseback salad. It's four beyond me to encapsulate the story line here, which involves a businessman named Jimmy who's in love with a Dame called the surrealist woman, some of Dolly's directions, call for Groucho, who's dancing, the Tango. With a woman who's cheek. Annoys him to remove her cheek with a spoon and for the three Marx brothers to cut off the nose of a locomotive train with a guillotine don't even try to understand just revel in the weirdness along with the wonderful, photographs and other archival material. Frank includes in this book lost Hollywood turns out to be stranger. And in a way more ahead of its time than most of us could have imagined Maureen Corrigan teaches literature Georgetown University. She reviewed the lady from the black lagoon and giraffes on horseback. Salad tomorrow on fresh air. My guest will be eighty Bryant. In addition to being a cast member on Saturday Night Live. She stars in a new comedy series called shrill that's based on the collection of autobiographical essays by Lindy west who identifies as fat an effeminate. Shrill starts streaming on Hulu Friday. I hope you'll join us..
"tim heidegger" Discussed on Ear Biscuits
"Is that let me I'm just pointing out the fact with why it was so brilliant because it wasn't. It was just so an expected in so great in so many ways, and then he said that he has always wanted to for a very long period of time. Had in his mind away to explore those kinds of social issues through horror, and that he had a bunch of ideas, lined up in us was the next one that he had lined up. Let me just give you a few details because I want you to get excited about this aisle. I'm excited. I'm I'm afraid. I'm actually trying to lower the bar and say success is seventy five percent of get out coming out March twenty nineteen it centers around two couples one black and one white black. Couple is played by a Winston Duke from he played IMB AKU and Black Panther in lupita. New ongo is the the woman in that couple in the white couple is Elizabeth moss. So white and speaking of white or no, Tim hi decker tell Hidaka he's white to Tim. Hi, decker of Tim, and Eric. Yeah. As the plays the boyfriend or husband, I don't know that I'd forgotten this in that's amazing. I mean, he took a dramatic turn in a movie that I didn't see that. I read about I can't remember what it's called stood in a very tight alley with Tim Heidegger one time for the mythical show. Remember that tight alley. Yeah. That was. They really slathered on the awkwardness in I could barely take it. But I I didn't I didn't I didn't crumble the comedy was the name of Tim's movie. Was ironically, titled and not only that Duke Nicholson, his Jack Nicholson's twenty two year old grandson is making his acting debut in this movie. What? Yeah. Jack Nicholson's grandson Nicholson's a great name you get excited about this sounds like an inventor like a guy like a Ron Popo kind of like. And now another. Vegetable cutting device from the mind of Duke Nicholson is also an actor. Yeah. Well, anyway, I'm super excited about it. I do realize that I do agree with you that the chances that it can't it just can't be if it was if it was as good as get out it. It. The argument is this the argument for those of you who care about this. I've heard this are Michael Rapaport make this argument about why LeBron can never be as good as Jordan. Okay. And that is because Michael Jordan changed the game. So significantly that no one else unless they're like from a different planet can change the game in the way that Jordan did. So he literally changed everything about the game. Now, all of a sudden people had their own shoe and people had their own brand. And he played completely differently. He introduced things that seemed other worldly to the game that. Lebron can only add onto so in a one on one match. Sure. Maybe LeBron would be Jordan who we can't really. We don't know. But he can't like so what we do know. But this this stage. It was set for Jordan come in make for Jordan domino. Another Jordan de mean to say that Jordan Peele to make this movie in a way that he can't replicate. The like you said the unexpected success. So now, it's just like is it going to be as good? So it actually has stand. Great chance to be a better movie. But even it has to be twice as good which is impossible right in order to be actually better. I think about the m night Shalah Mun six cents being followed up by breakable, which I really like unbreakable. You know, it was kind of a shame because I really liked it for it to come out after six cents, which I haven't seen. You're what you're joking. Right. You missing six. You're joking. That's a joke. I know you haven't seen a lot of movies, but you've seen since I missed that one. You missed that one. I it was kind of a Blair witch kind of situation. No it wasn't. Yeah. What what do you mean? By that. I don't know. Why didn't see it? I saw unbreakable though, I tried to catch out. I see in the next one. And I really liked it because you know, I really liked it because I haven't seen six cents but six cents didn't weird eighties time in a weird situation. And I didn't get any what was happening..