19 Episode results for "Tom Celik"

Short Stuff: Cellphones on Airplanes

Stuff You Should Know

14:03 min | 3 months ago

Short Stuff: Cellphones on Airplanes

"Hey and welcome to the short stuff. I'm josh and there's shock and there's guest producer jerry sitting in for dave. Yeah and this is short stuff giddy up no time to explain any of the jerry day thing no not at all because we're on a airplane and there's a jerk and first class gamer and on a cellphone. Oh my god because it's now okay to talk on take cell phone calls on planes. Why would you do that to me. Why would you even create that that little situation. That sketch of a horrible day. Just to drive fear into people because It's not really true. It's a while since i've flown on a plane. Exactly one year. Actually get to the day not to the day but above can say exactly then about a year and a wiki jerry fifty four weeks but yes you cannot make cell phone calls because there are a couple of bodies in the united states that make sure you can't the faa in the fcc. Ow i thought you were going to say rob lowe and tom celik just a couple of bodies. Yeah her route low So yeah there's actually two federal agencies that ban the use of cell phones because everybody hates it so much that everyone wanted to get an on banning it. faa says. Well the reason we abandoned is because we're pretty sure that that could conceivably interfere with the planes instrumentation And you don't wanna do that because you could make a plane drop out of the sky. Probably and the sec says yeah yeah plus also it will totally mess with calls on the ground because those ones up in the air. We'll be jumping from tower tower. It'll just be a big problem. Yes i think pre two thousand and thirteen wasn't didn't you even have to power down your cell phone. Yes they were like. Just don't just take your cell phone and throw it out the window like mitt. romney says. Roll down your your airplanes window and just throw it out. Mid-flight we don't even want him on. They were basically like just. Do not do anything with your cell phone and finally somebody told them about. Airplane mode appropriately called airplane mode because it cuts off the cellular service on your phone but it remained. It keeps like the wi fi intact. If you're if you have it turned on right and ever since then you could at least go through in and spend a couple of hours deleting pictures that you don't need clogging up your storage space. That's right. I like to just like one of the things that was always great about fight as you're just disconnected for an hour or five hours or something you were just just like you could bring an actual printed book With you read it you know but with the with the advent of wifi on planes and everything it's like now it's connected and you can communicate and it's just you can do other stuff that you do under normal circumstances in its ruined everything. Yeah i will still. Unless i really legitimately have stuff. I have to get done for work. I will still not get my laptop out and get online just to surf the web. A mike i give myself that break. Yeah no it's it's good to do. It's thinking oh it's so easy to be addicted to computers and the internet and everything that i'm it's hard. It is The deal with whether or not they could really interfere with communication systems or the plane's flight systems that is probably not the case because planes are hardened meaning All of those electrons that are important on a plane like the flight control system are covered. A you know boxed in this Electrically conductive material that prevents any kind of electromagnetic interference. So they've kind of taking care of that for the most part but they still err on the side of caution and are like but let's just not do it still. Yeah they do know that. Electromagnetic interference can affect planes things like lightning and solar flares have affected instrumentation on planes and especially with gps which is critical in Take off but especially landing Y- it's it's. It's really sensitive to electromagnetic radiation interference. So you don't want anything messing with that least of all somebody who just has to to talk on the phone I think it's the worst reason to allow right. So they know that it can happen but they couldn't find in this one study in the two thousand audits Any any smoking gun. That said yes. This plane fell out of the sky. Because somebody was talking on a cell phone it was just they knew it was conceivably possible even though they they shielded or hardened the stuff to prevent that that they still said it's just not worth it. Everybody hates people talking on cell phones. Anyway so why would we make an exception when it could also conceivably messed with the planes instrumentation agreed Should we take a break. Yes all right. We'll take a break and finish up with this stuff right after this I've got a question for you. Sure you know how you know that. An ice cream brand is really legit. How when they're ice cream extra creamy like how. Tell him accuses more cream than the industry standard for ice cream so it's creamier and better tasting. That's right till amongst classic flavors simply tastes better like vanilla chocolate and strawberry. Yes tillamook products. Go the extra mile you get more rich flavor and none of the stuff. You can't pronounce. that's right. tillamook is all about making products right with no compromises in no shortcuts. Yesterday carefully source all of their ingredients and make every product with care so everybody is delicious. It really is telling you. I could go for some of that creamy ice cream right now. Oh you got some serious cravings kicking Yeah but you know. We should probably each get around. 'cause i'm not sharing find telemaque ice cream at a store near you or tillamook dot com all right. So here's what they don't have on. Planes is any kind of alert to a flight attendant. That says hey. There's a jerk On row fifteen in the middle seat. That's hunch down and using their cellphone go back there and stop him. They don't have the prejudice totally they bring that pot of coffee. They should stop. They should have that stuff but they don't but generally i think anybody if they saw their seat mate Next to them trying to make a phone call. Somebody would be smart enough to alert the flight attendant and say hey you can't do this. Get this jerk off a year. My hand would shoot up like a third grader with the right answer to the teacher. Just ask. it'd be like ooh their phone. I would want somebody so fast. Really loud yes. Yeah and i wouldn't even care if they gave me stitches. I that's right At thirty thousand feet though. You're not going to be connecting with the cell tower anyway I think we have all been in situations where we may not have realized that her phone wasn't on airplane mode. And you'll hear your like when you start to land you'll hear your phone. Dang like a message. Come through and you're like oh boy. I didn't know that that could even happen but They they must really mean it. They put your phone on airplane mode Fcc's whole position was is that Air traffic would mess with ground. Traffic and that cell phone towers are basically designed to hand off from one tower to the next sydney. Sell as you're walking by Driving by tops. Not you know flying a couple of hundred miles an hour at ten thousand feet as you're coming for landing there in. Yeah exactly a bunch of people on the plane all at the same time because you're going to tax the capacity of each tower. They're not designed to register in hand off calls like that that fast And so they're the fcc's like i can really interrupt ground communications. So that's another reason not to do it. Yeah but generally those They're not looking up anyway. Which is why you can't get signal at thirty six thousand feet. But like i said anything less than ten thousand feet and it might be possible So you just shouldn't try still. Yeah i'm richard branson said what is one way that i can fully ruin the experience of flying for people and In two thousand ten. I believe around then. He came up with the answer and that was to offer a cellphone service via Little were they called pico. Pico cells pico cells. Little tiny cell towers used the planes wi fi to transmit cell phone calls so on virgin Some virgin flights that are not in the united states or within two hundred fifty miles of the united states. You can make cell phone calls aboard the plane yet. it's i. I think he probably thought that would enhance the experience. Because he's all about. I mean we both loan virgin. It's it's the best it's awesome. Oh yeah there's that pantry you can stand up. Just go get candy from anytime you love it that austrailia and flight was like the one of the nicest experiences i've ever had in the air for sure i i suspect he's promoting his virgin mobile business though by well maybe but it is weird that someone that has taken such great care to make the flight such great experience Then ruins it by saying everyone can talk on their cell phones. Now maybe yeah. Nice chill lights. Lavender aromatherapy needs so good. Such a nice experience for sure really is run country. Hey why we're here. I just wanted to say. I wanna take a second one. We're talking about virgin My niece michaela recently flew to new zealand for eleven weeks. Because she's co starring in a major motion picture and that's where they're shooting. Are you serious. I'm dead serious man there right now for eleven days she did she is wow she is yeah like she's one of the co league. He's one of the main characters. I think our hands are gonna be on the poster. that's amazing. isn't it huge. Congratulations yeah exciting. I'll keep you posted. I can to be honest. I'm not entirely certain. I can include this so we may end up at it out but at the you know now well and when the time comes We can promote a movie crush nice. Thanks man that's very of course. So the fcc basically spent many years saying like is this really problem. Should we allow like richard branson's making it look like total jerks. Should we allow this. And the after several years of study they concluded they said. No an nuts to richard branson xactly. They said the flight attendants you know. They asked a lot of people. They didn't just do the studies about safety they asked actual people who work on planes and the flight attendants were like no no no. They need to be listening to us. especially in the case of an emergency. The first thing everyone would do would be to get out their phone and try and call their loved ones and that's when they most need to be listening to things right that's a big one But then there's also the annoyance factor in this to me is where it just becomes like the most important thing just everything else forget it. It's so obnoxious. yes even while. You're on the tarmac. Waiting for them to shut the door agreed. And there's people sitting there talking on the phone that's obnoxious enough with your big plate of food from the food court. Even that i'm like okay. At least they're they're provided their bodies sustenance and nourishment. I can live with it. The phone is like it and you can tell from the conversation. There's just no point in this transpiring and yet it is in. There's another one another another one being a plane like that for many many hours is awful. It's an awful idea. Yeah it's that situation where john hodgman always talks about being aware of the impact that you have on others and i've always subscribed to that but the person that has their shoes off there panda express like piping hot meal in their lap and they're talking on their cell phone before the flight takes off. That's the person that's like for the seat. Do what i wanted. I paid for the seat. You'll meet that person i know. Yeah because just effect on everybody know kind of think about other people. Yeah but hey enjoy your paying next best. Because you're providing there's gotta be some nourishing nutrients somewhere sure. Yeah does green peppers or say Okay you got anything else. I got nothing else. Okay will then that means shortstop says stay off your phone stuff you should know is a production of iheartradio for more podcast. Iheartradio visit the iheartradio app apple podcasts. Or wherever you listen to your favorite shows.

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Mailbag (Recorded Fri.)! (09/19 Fantasy Football Podcast)

Fantasy Football Today Podcast

28:26 min | 9 months ago

Mailbag (Recorded Fri.)! (09/19 Fantasy Football Podcast)

"This is fantasy football today from CBS sports. It's time to dominate your fantasy. League? Here's some combination of Adam Dave Jamie Heath Ben. What's up everybody welcome to the Saturday mail bag atom as Jimmy Eisenberg, we don't have all the time in the world. So I'M NOT GONNA. Dilly. Dally. Let's get right to it. Jamie is over we got a lot of wide receiver injuries, Chris Godwin's doubtful Kenny out almost certainly not going to play Michael Thomas could play this week Monday night at the raiders. We've got Jamison crowder out Kirtland. Sutton gametime decision devante Parker gametime decision has anything changed for you since we last spoke I mean we had a lot of this information but crowder being out is a little bit different anything you want to add a day brown also ruled out. That we were kind of expecting given the practice reports. Wait to see what happens George Kill you know hopefully he's going to be out there and Michael. Thomas I'm sure whatever they do on Saturday we'll determine if he can go sounds like I. I know that God is probably going to be listed doubtful the injured I haven't seen it yet. By the time we're recording this but there's a chance the protocol over the weekend and they are able to play him. You know. So it's not like it's a soft tissue injury or something like that. So he could still get out there and be able to go I. Think you're looking at you know if he's not out there some interesting replacement options. Scott Miller is available a lot of leagues he played well in week one for the bucks. Corey Davis Great Week One game against the broncos. He's GonNa get a good matchup against Jacksonville. He can help you as AJ Brown replacement. And then in that same game, Adam Humphreys no, he's going to get some some targets additional targets as well. So we've talked about a lot of receivers throughout the week. Also gauge is available in a lot of leagues. He could have a good game marquis. Valdez. Gambling's coming strong game. He's available several weeks still. So there are options you could pivot to if you're stuck. And Jack Doyle has been ruled out for the game against the Minnesota Vikings. So hopefully, that means more targets for T. Y. Hilton and Perez Campbell, or maybe it's more targets for hines and Taylor who those are two players that we really like. Especially hindes on draft kings. Taylor's my favorite place on Fan duel. Cuyler Murray I. Love You got any fan draftkings quarterbacks you like a lot this week. I mean I like are started the week which has been rothlisberger great match up against the Broncos defense defenses banged up I. Think he's GonNa play. Well, if you're looking for the contrarian plays or the lesser obvious guys now they coming off some strong games but Mitchell trubisky no against the giants to somebody you can look at and get some success out of I. Think a contrarian play for me would be meant you just because the match not easy but he's GonNa probably throw a lot. It's. It's funny like when you look at the the point spread and the implied total, the game is low the Jaguars expected points are low. I don't buy it. I think they're gonNA be throwing a lot chasing points. All right. Let's get some apple podcasts questions here. This is some cards fan three deer, Andy Mike Jason and Judge Giamatti. I'm guessing those are the football. Fans. Footballers I don't know who judge Mahdia. So fourteen cm league should I flex will fuller Zach Moss Preston Williams Anthony Miller or Josh Kelley will fuller. Zach. Moss Preston Williams Anthony Miller Josh. Kelly. Was the story I don't know. If it's Probably, fuller even though I don't love the matchup. May Go. With. Moss. Okay This one is from Rj y h dear Julio Amari. Calvin Jerry. Alabama? Yeah. Twelve twelve team full PR need three. For Two wide receivers Affleck's okay. Davante Adams is yes. So now he's one wide receiver and Affleck's Dj more will fuller Cooper Cup. Benny, Snell James Connor. One Wide Receiver Inflict Yup more will fuller cooper cut. The coupons. And then Dj more will fuller and a steelers running back. James. Connor. Okay rest of season questions here from Katie the Independent. Matt Stafford a Ryan Tannehill. I'll say Stafford I. THINK WE'RE GONNA see an extended absence for AJ Brown and I'm hopeful that staffer gets golly back next week from Palu me should I trade Cam Newton. For Josh. Allen. Yes yes you should. From no mistake Jake I'm GONNA PR League keeper Lee, we keep two players from our final roster regardless of when the keepers were drafted, they're put in the last two rounds I currently have Alvin Kamara and Austin. Should I trade equity for Jonathan Taylor Yes. from cooed, Chris NPR. Should I trade Christian McCaffrey and DJ. Shark. For Chris Godwit. Chris Goblin Robert Woods, and Jake Dobbins McCaffrey, and charge for Godwin Woods. Dobbins. NPR. Redraft yeah. Things No. Yeah. And you need to get her you need to get a running back back. Dobbins can't not gonNA cut right now from Maple Syrup. Maple Sarah who doesn't yeah what a hot take? At the moment who's the better trade value in Dynasty Malcolm Brown or James Robinson to give up or to acquire the WHO has more value. James Robinson has more value because he could be the Jaguars starter for who knows how long and mocking round is hopefully going to be replaced him. All right. So here's the I'm going to have to go directly to itunes and checkout comments because they did not update on the web page. So bear with me a bit. This is from your boy muck. He won both of his legs last year. Thanks for guidance. That's awesome. Okay. Who Do I start at wide receiver and flex position pick to Allen Lazard TJ Hodkinson and Deontay Johnson. TJ Hopkinson. Johnson. This is from one, two, three, four, get this game need trade advice twelve teams pr I give up. James Connor and Calvin Ridley. Cam Connor, and Ridley. I get back Derrick Henry. Dj More and Deontay Johnson. Cam Connor Ridley for Henry, Moore, and Deonte, Johnson. I would do it. Okay. Gray. The trade from Colin O'Donnell give will fuller get Odell Beckham. Man I had these guys rank really close. If you can believe that prior to the season I think Beckham was like twenty for me. And will fuller was in like the twenty seven range. I'll still take Beckham overfull or just because of the injury risks that fuller has, which is greater than Beckham's injury risk, which both guys were injured risks but man, it wouldn't surprise me a fuller better. Okay. This is a big one from angry PD Pablo who says I miss you, Benny Gretch yeah. I Miss Ben Gretch to yeah. We all do. Hopefully. We'll hear him back on the shell co- come on as a guest ten team. Dynasty League. Would you trade Josh Jacobs Aj Brown Paris Campbell and Josh. Kelley. Josh Jacobs AJ Brown Paris. Campbell Josh Kelley for Miles Sanders Boston Scott. Michael Gallup devante Parker and Alan Robinson. No yes. No. Yes. No. I give it up. Jacob's you're getting back. Sanders and Scott. There's that part you're giving up AJ Brown, Peres Campbell and Josh Kelley. You're getting back Gallup Parker and Alan Robinson that's such a win a huge hole long-term. No. Oh. It's dynasty right Oh I'm sorry about that. It's still not that bad but okay that those. Who knows what happens US change sorry Robinson and maybe on the team again yeah. Yeah. All right. That's my bad. Gray the Trade Chris and we'll fuller get Michael. Thomas CPR. Boy Carson for Thomas. Yes. The trade. Well, you know somebody brought this up right like. Saquon Barkley and who else came back from an ankle sprain last year and wasn't very good. was. It's a good question I don't know. Oh Man I got to think about that. SAQUON. All right. I'll think about it think about Chris Carson and Henry, rugs for awesome actor. Chris Carson and Henry Rugs for Austin. You the format I don't know it Oh, PTR. I lied I know it. I'd rather have backward. From Hugo Robinson Evan Ingram is my starting tight end but I just picked up OJ Howard Ingram was terrible in week one he gets the bears, niners and rams next three weeks Howard Gets Carolina Denver and the chargers your thoughts. I would still rather have ingram because he's not sharing with cadence Smith the level of what Howard will eventually share with rock. I. Read One more here grade the trade from I swear amount bandwagon. I think we might have read this already, but we'll do it again. Standard League I get Ezekiel Elliott's. Chris. Godwin and Evan Ingram. Zeke Goblin Ingram I give up. Clyde. Edward Zealander. Robert, Woods and George kittle. Interesting very interesting I would rather have the Godwin in anger. Okay. Thank you so much everybody for the kind words on apple podcasts for the five star reviews, and for your questions, we got a lot of emails to get to. Do you remember who had the ankle sprain? Either Now trying to get my fantasy cops music queued up because it's time for the cops. Here we go, get some league disputes to settle. Brand from the goodfellow. Airfare. Air Force Base here's the scenario. Brennan one hundred dollar entry fee salary. Cap League. And I am the League manager. I will only deny a trade if it is absolutely one hundred percent collusion which I did not state during or before the trade. Coincidentally, the first trade made involve me which occurred after week one, I was giving away Malcolm Brown and Marvin Jones. And I got DJ Morph from Malcolm Brown and Marvin Jones the gentleman who was receiving Malcolm Brown and Marvin Jones has Adrian Peterson as rb to. and his bench running backs or all droppable players. So he needed a running back obviously gave up. Dj More for Brown and Malcolm Brown and Marvin. Jones the problem occurred when multiple fantasy managers vetoed the trade, but the league settings were set and has been set since pre-draft at the League manager for he's saying that the commissioner. Can only veto the trade. Can we get your expertise on fantasy owners or managers having right to alter trades for other managers? What do you think? This is not an example of collusion in my opinion this is not an example of an egregious trade because you're buying low on DJ more and you're selling high on Malcolm Brown, and clearly there's an example of a need for Malcolm Brown and you're getting Marvin Jones back in return. So if DJ more and had a DJ more game like we're hoping he's we're GONNA see more times than not than it's you know it's hard sell to say that a guy draft in the first round should be traded for. A. Late, round pick or free agent pickup in a mid round wide receiver. But let's let's put this scenario this way what can you all these off the rest of your or six six weeks? Yeah. What if DJ Moore's is not nearly as good as we thought, he was going to be I he's got a new coach new quarterback in the new coordinator and all those things. So this is not a veto veto trade by any stretch. Okay. Yeah. Let it go. One owner has already demanded his money back. One guy dropped his entire team. Come on. This is silly this is silly. You're cool. Brandon you have. Are you have the the approval of? Fantasy Congress. Thank you very much. Time for your emails. Now fantasy football CBS I dot com this is from Alex. WHO's your favorite? TV police officer of all time Walton or police officer type. Person Detective. Vic mackey of the shield you know that the Jackie of until Michael Chiklis just kicking everyone's asked for seven seasons. Yeah, it's awesome. Who else though? It has to be t Michael Knight, Knight Rider Never Seen It. Oh, my God kid is the best. What A, who, else who are some other? Magnum Pi the youth never saw that either. Tom Celik although I, have learned a lot about reverse mortgages from Tom selleck recently I don't know if you've seen those commercials they're on I think he should Tom Celery I can't it would have to be a halloween costume. I can't. No. It doesn't grow out like that though I don't know what's wrong with. You know I'm not a real person. Support for this podcast comes from the IT experts at cdw people who get it. I'd cdw, we get the future workplace works differently. Today's my first day back almost forgot what floor we were on understandable but with modern health and safety technology orchestrated by cdw the future work better technology like thermo screening and occupancy tracking enables employees to walk confidently into the office. This is at my floor. It's been awhile it orchestration by cdw people who get it find out more at CDW DOT com slash future of work. 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From Brandon Pr James Connor Marvin Jones or DJ. Shark. James Connor really. Scary scary. Now. Well, I mean, Eh Dj Charleston. A tough match-up against titans would be my second choice and Marvin Jones is so always wildcard. From Angel I don't know if I should stick with the Vikings or pick another DSP. Pick another DSP TAMPA ARIZONA Green Bay, Miami. I like Arizona. You know it's funny because sometimes when we get upsets. And there's something. So swayed in the other favor and in this case of Washington and Philadelphia everybody's just making a big deal about how bad carson wentz looked in an offensive line and nobody's talking about the fact that the Washington football teams offense was not good. Yeah I know but. I I mean. All of this list I'm going Tampa Bay. Because I think they have a great defense. and. They're GONNA get after. Carolina you. No Sir. I don't see a fault. Zone I think Arizona's going to. Harass Haskins and not give up the points and listen the Vikings. DSP is not what it once was. Probably, not it might be they could have a Tampa Bay like resurgence with their secondary as the young kids get better as the season goes on because remember secondary was atrocious last year but the biggest thing for me is Neil. Hunter if they get him back. It's shaves a half a second off the pass rush. Make things better and make some gop way better because he's playing opposite a great player. So that's I think what you're gonNA hang your hat on is you know what they look like when he's there. Yeah and got me a big big zero ADP this week. alright I don't have a name on this one, but I have a wide receiver core of Calvin really deontay Johnson, Allen Robinson Dj more and tabloid I can't start them all. So should I try and trade or just keep them in rotate for the best matchups my running backs, Henry and drake so I'm not hurting there either. I mean obviously if you could trade one of those guys you want to do it. You know now's a good time to probably shop Tyler Boyd after his good game Thursday night because he could be inconsistent If you WANNA shop Allen, Robinson after what should be great game this week you can do that as well but you know you'd rather try and flip somebody like Johnson is still keep the top tier guys on your team. About even though you have good running backs to do package see if you can give one of those receivers let's can you drake to get. Busy, golly. Right. For. People who start? Instead of Jamison, crowder is from Aldo, the viscous Chenault devante Parker James Robinson Josh Kelley or Logan Thomas. Shinola so interesting to me because they think they're gonNA get a lot of targets for him or certainly more targets than last week but he's he's too risky. Give me the names again. Yeah. Chenault Parker James Robinson Josh Kelley Logan Thomas Pr. I'M GONNA go James Robinson. This is from away. Can I just say something quick aside if devante Parker plays any plays well I kind of feel like you have to buy in at least as long as it's Patrick's quarterback I would sell high. Because of the quarterback and because you know Preston Williams is going to be a problem for him. Yeah. But don't think what I'm saying is like week one devante Parker actually was off to a pretty good start against. New. England he caught all of his targets. He was their leading receiver and then he got hurt if he goes out off tissue injury that's been lingering for few weeks now quarterback change coming. More talented players on the field, there's just a lot of things up against them. I would say more talented player on the field. They have a lot of guys out there. Well, I mean Zaki didn't play. Well, he said you know what is going to be too brutal matchups back to back weeks he's going to be better and. I think it was going to be a problem for these. Pigs may chances. Yeah. All right I need some flex help here. This is from Mitch. James Connor will fuller Terry maclaurin pick one in half PBR connor. Fuller maclaurin. David Heath are very confident in foreign I'm a little bit more concerned. I just had a next Basim Jamie rapidly and pain how I'll say conor. What the hell just really hurt. Okay Scott her James Connor. It is Thank you Mitch from. J. Money Eighty five. Ten. Team. Give up saquon Barkley. This is the worst traitor ever seen. that. Get James Connor and Malcolm Brown I also have acquired any snow on waivers. The worst trade you have ever seen pretty bad up there. Do not do that unless you're getting sick on Barker Dion Hernandez, start. SNELL DJ more will fuller Dj Jarque. Go with DJ Shark in. More fuller more. Adam from California to Pat. Roberts. Squid and plank. SPONGEBOB SPONGEBOB YEAH SHOULD I give up Anthony Miller to get DEEBO SAMUEL Interesting No. From Greg Dear Freddy Brian john-roger. I think that's Queen. That up only like three famous. Freddie's. There's drop dead Fred. Names again, Freddie Brian John. Roger. Ready Brian John and Roger Yeah I was GonNA say Pretty Mitchell. There's Eagle who Brian but no. did you didn't get my mic drop dead Fred Joke yes I didn't this is queen or have you ever seen drop dead Fred. Really, no ridiculous movie. All right. Great. The trade half PR, give up, decay metcalf and Malcolm Brown get Jonathan Taylor. Is Really Decay furred Taylor, and I would do that. I think we're doing a good job selling. Hi, I'm Malcolm Brown you have to you absolutely have to you know it's just one of those things where the three guys that we talked about right. Then it's now nineteen hines and Malcolm Brown. Smell. You knew what you were getting could be replaced this week. It's unfortunate that happened we thought maybe connor missed the game. But as I said, there was chance that's not a win your week. Now he's a lottery ticket waiting to happen when she was prior to last week ninety, nine's roles lockton. Malcolm. Brown is a placeholder. He may be good for another couple of weeks. I don't doubt that. But eventually, he's going to be replaced. We'll see if he's good this week. Scott HALF PBR choose one Malcolm Brown camakers Sutton Emmanuel Sanders Darius Slayton. Is Between Malcolm Brown variously and does format say half PBR happier I'm going to go sleep. From Aaron I need some trade advice would you accept this trade give up? Well I don't know what side he's getting. Ezekiel Elliott Joe Mixon and Jonathan Taylor. Oh he has the give up. Give Up. Zeke. Get mixed them Taylor. If you don't have a good second running back I'd make this deal but if you do then I would not. From Kyle Half Pr, I have levy on Bell Chris Godwin and Avant Parker should I flex Benny Snell Jerry Judy or Cam Acres Men. Judy I guess. WHAT OF SUTTON PLACE Yeah I'm accounting sudden planks. Okay yeah I mean had a role. Judy it is from. Justice Val Hulo justice and vowel. Hey Brian, Mike Dick and bill. That feels bears easy. Does right Urlacher Ditka Butkus. WHO's bill? Bill Nye signed Yeah Bill Nye. He's Fan Mike. Evans are DJ more. Mike Evans Miles Sanders Our Name hines. Sanders non PP are hinds NPR Tom Brady Ben Rothlisberger. Ben? Rothlisberger. And from Matt from do. All. That's not annoying or anything Jacksonville. People. Donald Daffy in duckie. GRADE TRADE GIVE UP EH cler and get Carson and maclaurin give up get Carson Lauren. And she has a similar question earlier. Probably and goes Carson something else. Let's see if I can find it. was wondering first question's shy trade for Jonathan Taylor. I think Jamie's lying right now I think it was an apple podcast questions. Oh it's like on Oh. Okay. I'll look weigh in actor for Carson and corn that one I would do. Yep, nobody cares about this mission that I'm on right now all right Jamie that was that was our mailbag show is nice and tidy. What else should we do for for seven and did so for the people that are the listening to us? This is a one and a half times that we've done this show because you forgot to record it on video the high three minutes i. WanNa say Logan We didn't when we did the first part of it. We didn't talk. We really do it this time. Oh. Yeah. We could do that. All right. Well listen if you listen to me last week, you would have won four dollars. So you're welcome. and but actually, that's not true because what if you had listened to my advice my lineup became outdated when Mile Sanders was ruled out. So it's all a big lie. But I actually had a pretty good week I only one dollars because you know it's hard to win a lot of money in that. Contest but Love Jonathan Taylor this week. Love Him. On Fan duel and. pandals. 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Monday, Jan. 11: Ken Jennings

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Monday, Jan. 11: Ken Jennings

"Subscribe to our podcast to get hot topics delivered every afternoon and while you're at it rate us in labor review. Green new views starts alive right now. Inciting impeachment after brutal new footage is deadly capital. Riots came close to half of the house. Nearly dying the movement to impeach. The president is in the house again. This president is guilty of inciting insurrection. Insurrection he asked to pay a price for that. Will the vice president respond to cause to invoke the twenty fifth amendment to remove him immediately. Or does he feel retribution from trump's most militant supporters and would fast-tracking impeachment hearings derail president-elect biden's first days in office plus the greatest jeopardy contest. In of all time ken jennings is live to talk about joining sarah in the chase and how he plans to pay tribute to alex trebek's winning steps in as jeopardy gas toes and a brand new view. Your deal here come hot topics with whoopie. Sarah haynes choi vr sunny hostile and meghan mccain. now let's get things started. Hello and welcome to the view as america's still tries to process the attempted insurrection at the capital wednesday speaker. Nancy pelosi told sixty minutes that the domestic terrorists who did it were given their marching orders and motivated to commit violence. Take a look. I find it amendment because it gets rid of him. He's out of office But there is strong support in the congress of for impeaching the president a second time. This president is guilty of inciting insurrection. Insurrection. he asked to pay a price for that. I mean okay. So we keep saying he should pay a price. But what price should he pay now. House majority whip. James clyburn thinks that congress should wait until after biden's first hundred days to start impeachment hearings. I kind of think that's a good idea. But what do you think joy. I don't agree with that. Because i think that something has to be done immediately. It must be demonstrated that if you incite violence against the the united states government you have to have some kind of a removal. You have to be removed in some way now. Mike pence will not invoke the twenty-fifth amendment. Although he's being very cagey about it right now. I doubt that he will do that. You know that trump is never going to quit so the democrats have to do it. And i think that if we wait like kleiber and says republicans will say he's gone. Let's move on going by and all the people that brought us to this point of saying let's move on if you'll remember when there is a mass shooting in this country and kids die at school etcetera people say oh we can't talk about gun control right in the middle of this and then time passes and then they forget about it and then there's another mass shooting i would put that in this category certain way you say so. I don't think that that it said go bad idea to do it immediately. Joe biden can handle not having attention on him for a couple of weeks all right and these a little more than that. But what do you think sarah. I see it a little differently than joy mainly because not about when you talk about the school shootings. I am excited to watch them. Catch these people out them and punish them as they deserve all of these domestic terrorists. One by one being tracked down. I'm all for punishment. And i'm also for punishment for trump. My thought on it is is. I don't even know if one hundred days is necessary. And i understand the urgency but i i'm also concerned about strategy right here. I do believe he needs to be impeached. Like you said there's not going to be a resignation. I have no faith. Mike pence and i lost that time ago but in impeachment could bar him from future office which i think we can all get on board with. And that's a bit of an insurance policy to meet pausing on the punishment is not avoiding it. What what. I see though right now. Is this virus is still ravaging. This nation the numbers were hitting where we have help incite we have the vaccination and we're not distributing well right now all our hopes were pinned on this new administration they cannot be sidetracked by this. If congress wants to fight and work on this so be it but right now no one needs to get in the way of joe biden or kamala harris doing what we wanted them to do. They need to get their cabinet. Establish we need to be able to hand the reins to them january twentieth and let them take off running so i don't mind if there's a pause and but i do agree. There needs to be a punishment. What do you think needs to happen. Megan i disagree with you sarah. Look i'm here in washington. Dc and let me tell you. Tensions are running really high. People are really really worried about violence. On inauguration day. I think they have to send a direct message. Republicans and democrats at this cannot stand in there have to be ramifications for what happened. I mean this is one of the worst domestic terror attacks in our history. I also want to say that conservatives have been calling this out. The wall street journal has called on. President trump resigned. The western journal has called out any ideas. That antifa somehow motivated this. I've said this on the show. Numerous times facts are stubborn. Things normally i say it in relationship to democrats now. I'm saying it to republicans. President obama had incited this kind of riot. He had lied to his voters lied about the election and then exactly and then sent a mob of people on capitol hill where the vice president could have been killed or worse. I mean there would be absolute bedlam worse than we're seeing now. So i think the problem i'm having right now and i'm just speaking to my own party. Is that there has to be intellectual consistency in this because we always go on tv and say that we are the party of law and order. We are the party of the ideals. We are the party of of of ramifications for people that screw with america. We're going to put a boot in your you know what if you screw with the american way i have said that. So why is it different when it's mega supporters. And i think that's where. I'm really confused right now. Because if we let this stand and we don't have a one hundred percent for impeachment the twenty fifth amendment anything and everything to get him out now because the existential of violence is still here. And it's maybe it's different than people were in different cities. But i'm telling you here in washington. Dc tensions are running very very high right now absolutely and we're gonna keep talking about this when we come back twin four hours assault on the capital. The abc news original on hulu premieres. Tonight still ahead. Ken jennings on joining in the chase with zahra and remembering alex. Trebek's was a brand new view. Your deal welcome back. We're talking about the move to impeach you. Know who or remove from using the twenty fifth amendment for inciting insurrection at the capital last week Getting removed isn't the only consequences facing. Is it sunny. Well that's right. And i just wanna make it really clear. I think impeachment and conviction and removal from office is really the only thing that can happen here. And this is why. If trump is forced from office under the twenty-fifth amendment he can still run for president and twenty twenty four and while many people may say he'd never run for president. No one would vote for him again. Four million people voted for him this time after his horrific record after what he how he miserably handled this pandemic after all of his misogyny after all of his racism. They still voted for him. Don't think that they wouldn't vote for him if he ran again in twenty twenty four but if he gets impeached and if he gets convicted and if he gets removed he cannot run for office again. That is why it is imperative that he gets impeached and convicted and removed from office. The other thing is if he is removed from office he also loses his pension of two hundred thousand dollars a year for life he also loses travel related expenses which is up to a million dollars imagined taxpayers paying up to a million dollars for this x. President to be able to travel around this country around the world and gin up this base the way he jin them up to storm the capital he would also lose funding for having an office staff funding for having office space. We need as a country to be able to hold him for what he did and the only way to truly hold him. Accountable is to impeach him convict him and remove him from office here. Here was you know. That's not that's not going to happen. That's not going to happen by next. Thursday is just not okay. They were impeach him late night. We'll be peach him when he leaves the office. Would they take away all those benefits as well. It has sake they could do if he was hamburg. Yeah let's remember that they were able what for a supreme court justice within a week bake still do it. There's nothing in the constitution that prevents them from. Nps convicted removal. Here's january twentieth on that note treating these dimensions. Nine point two. Sorry i can't. It's hard to just. That's all right. I just think we terraced the way we do actual terrorists. I think we need to consider all all all possibilities. I'm not against sending these people to get mo and that may sound extreme. These are domestic terrorists who attacked our republic. They should be treated the same way. We treat al-qaeda. I think. I'd like to know where the uproar i liked to know where the uproar is in washington. This is being treated like. It's just kind of thing that kinda happened. These people khaimah to take over the government. Now listen mike. Pence is not gonna make that move. He's not gonna do it. So i feel like before we go after because the other thing that is concerning is is he going to pardon. Everybody is going to do a blanket. Pardon for everybody's behavior here. I mean because some well you know. Try to his data. Pardon hold on joy. He's got to try to figure out. Is he going to pardon. Giuliani and his kids for inciting from the from the stage up there. There's a lot that they have to figure out what my first thing. I'd like to know is where is where is everyone's indignant feeling. How people were indignant. That people were saying to the police. You know hey defunding. The police without asking the questions people saying you're saying to fund a police. These people went and beat the poop out in the police. They beaten up the police. I don't wanna hear anymore. The law and order. They're not the law and order party. This party is out of control because they are fundamentally listening to one person. I think these These these republicans in congress who will continue to continuing to say that he won and carrying on like that they need to understand that these insurgents these people whoever they are are out to get republicans to that. They are harassing lindsey. Graham mitt romney the threatening. Mike pence's life. They need to act in their own interest. Forget about the democrats but they won't i mean. Abc news is exploring how this all happened on a special call. Twenty four hour assault on the capital. It premieres tonight on hulu. We'll be right back. Welcome back you know. Days after you know who was permanently banned from twitter right wing social media app parlor was taken down and there was some folks accusing big tech companies of silencing free speech. Now come on. These companies are privately. Owned they are they. They have things that they will allow and things they will not allow and then not allowing the kind of thing that's been going on for the last little while of planning insurrections and things like that they have every right to say. I don't want you using my sight. Much like the baker who said i don't want to bake for gay people same thing. Everybody said. Listen he has the right to do that. So does so do all these companies have the right to say. I don't want you on on my stuff. You know this amendment that people keep throwing out there is kinda crazy in the first amendment says congress shall make no law abridging the freedom of speech. Not twitter shall make no law and mike crazy. Does this make sense. Would you think joy well. you know. i'm a big first amendment person. We all because we make our living based on the first amendment and we get away with stuff that maybe very unpopular but It scares me a little bit that these tech companies have so much power to take you off. Put you on and all of that and maybe the fcc needs to be involved in regulating these the way they do radio and television et cetera. But there's a fundamental difference as you know there are caveats in the first amendment and the second amendment. You can't walk around in some states carrying a rifle and walking around the streets open carry. That's against the law. For example yelling fire in a crowded theatre is against the law because you are inciting pandemonium possibly violence and that's where trump comes under that particular caveat. I believe because it's his. His tweets are calling for violence. And that's a clear violation of the terms of conduct. So you could say somebody like farrakhan is on twitter and they haven't taken him off. He is not calling for his not inciting violence at the moment. He is using hate speech for sure and others are using hate speech but they are not saying go ahead and kill. Nancy pelosi in essence. What the what is going on. Go ahead and kill match pence. That is why he has to be days off. So it's not exactly what you said the site whoopi. It is a private company. And we have a caveats in the first amendment. That's the that's the story. Sarah what do you think i agree with. What you said about these companies definitely have the right but it does raise three concerns for me. So i is something i referred to last week when we drive people. These extremists to these fringe sites. It's kind of like. I fear the devil. I can't see more than the one. I can scream that up. But you know what i mean like i. I'd rather see it in front of me and have access to it. Because these mediums have been how the fbi. The nypd have predicted that this could happen. It's also how they're finding some of these. Domestic terrorists is on social media second. I think that win. Something leaves it kind of creates a vacuum or something worse can sweep in and take over kind of like isis in the middle east like. I don't know if if we move something. It's treating assists symptom if we keep pushing these aside in third. I'm concerned because it's kind of an illusive precedent win the pendulum and the power switches to the other side. Who will they silence. Who's going to play god and decide to kick off. It could work against us eventually. So those are my. Those are my concerns although i understand the point joys making about hate speech in violence all right well. We'll talk more about this when we come back. Stay informed has never been more important. Get information is coming at us faster than ever. So how do you make sense of. It'll start here. hey. I'm brad milkey from abc news. In every weekday we will break down the latest headlines in just twenty minutes straightforward reporting dynamic interviews and analysis from experts. You can trust always credible always solid start here from abc news twenty minutes every weekday when you're smart speaker or your favorite podcast app. Welcome back. we're talking about accusations that big tech companies are silencing free speech by because they banned you know who from twitter and taking down right wing social media app parlor feeling on this sunny. Listen i echo what everyone else has been saying. These are private companies and so they have every right to do this. The first amendment relates to government action. And not the action of private companies. But i will say this. What always has troubled me is that we want good. Corporate citizens and the these companies are protected by section two thirty which means they're really not responsible for thing there just third party platform so they're not necessarily held accountable for things that people put on their platforms there. It's difficult right because the internet is kind of like the wild wild west. And but i think that they should be more responsible with things that people are putting on the internet. And they're getting. They're they're getting better and so they start at flagging inflammatory things. That president trump was putting on the internet. I mean let's face it. He has been using his twitter account to incite violence and ultimately this is what ended up happening. But i do think. They have a long way to go in terms of their accountability. But what i was shocked at was you had people like sarah huckabee. Sanders and mike pompeo getting on twitter. And saying oh my goodness. I lost fifty thousand followers. Look at how horrible that is. I saw more outrage from people like that about. They're losing twitter followers than what was happening at the capitol. And i was really disgusted by that. Show i mean you're that concerned about your twitter followers. Come on come on. Yeah well what do you what do you. What's your feeling on this megan. So this is one of those issues. That i i just am seeing this through an entirely different prison. I fear censorship. I fear a the amount of power. That big tech has over all of us basically five works in. Silicon valley are having more power than anyone else in the entire world. The aclu has come out against this. Twitter is incredibly inconsistent on this issue. The people who do have platforms on twitter. Include the atala khameini the people's republic of china vladimir putin madero and medvedev. I think the best example. I read over the weekend on why this is dangerous. Is there's a man named alexey. Navalny who is a total freedom fighter. Putin's number one enemy. He has come out trying to bring freedom and democracy in russia. He made the point on twitter and by the way he was poisoned. By one of someone from the kremlin almost died over the summer. He was in a coma for a few weeks and came out. Thank god but i will say that. He made the point that russia has these bought factories that have not only endangered his health and are calling for his killing all the time but it almost led to his direct killing. And obviously we've been discussing on this show for for years now about the amount of power. Twitter has an influencing our election. And just exactly the kind of propaganda that that russia faces by using these mediums. So i if twitter wants to do this they have to be really consistent because there's a lot of people with a lot of platforms. Who are still on there. I don't think anyone on this. Show that the toll of khameini calling for the extermination of jewish people in western culture should still have this kind of platform. So if they're gonna d- platform trump they have to be really consistent and i do think russia's influence in silicon valley is something that is going to be a huge huge issue going forward. It hasn't evaporated. Just because biden is elected president. And i really think we're gonna see a lot of antitrust lawsuits and antitrust. You know congressional hearings on this. And i think jack dorsey has completely gone out over his skis on this. And for whatever it's worth twitter's stock is absolutely plummeting. This morning twitter awaited fifty six thousand tweets before banning. I know thank you. I said the fifty six thousand tweets before they sit. Hey maybe there's something we should be talking about here. I for one you know. I understand because i watched all these people say well you know. Hey that's their. That's how they feel. It's their company. Well you know if is good for the goose is good for the gander. And you know what they're they're going to start throwing all kinds of people offer these platforms and maybe maybe we can get some kind of standing what we're supposed to be doing with all these platforms. Because i don't get it. More people are inciting insurrection. People and it's and it's meandering. I don't see the outrage. I don't see the outrage At the from anybody. I don't see ted cruz freaking. I mean i don't understand. They were so angry before and now is just like how this happened. Maybe it's just me. We'll be right back next. Ken jennings talks about joining forces with the goat's of jeopardy and sarah in the jays and honoring the late great alex back when he steps into guest co host back up. The your time starts now. What process of converting light into chemical energy takes place cracked. What is the only. Us state whose name ends with the letter g. cracked what countries senior released the nineteen ninety. Two album called the chase correct after three point one four. What's the next digit correct. What tv news programs iconic intro has featured minerva and aristo stop watches sixty minutes that was ken jennings with our own brilliant co host sarah on the new game. Show the chase and starting tonight. He's going from legendary jeopardy contestant to interim host filling in for the late. Great alex trebek's please welcome ken. Jennings hey ken jennings welcome to the view. Everybody thanks for having me well. We're told that you've always loved game shows. And you've been obsessed since you were little kid. Is this kind of making your stomach. Go upside down when you start thinking. Oh my goodness. I'm hosting jeopardy hosting game shows for my mom and dad as a kid by like drawing. The family feud board on my little chalkboard. That was a lot easier than trying to fill in for For alex back you know the greatest game show host ever and his space. it's it's an honor. But it's a really stressful one. Now i'm a chase you and fellow jeopardy goats james whole tower and brad rutter act as the chasers trying to stop contestants from winning large sums of cash. Do you guys feel you get to show more of your personalities in this format versus jeopardy. Yeah that was something. I realized last year on the jeopardy tournament. is that when you're comfortable enough with the show. We could play the game and a very high level and goof around like between each other and it was really kind of fun. James holds our loves doing that kind of mean wrestling blowhard stick. And he's so good at it and i thought hey. This is a really fun. Way to play a serious trivia. Show and the chase really. Lets us do that because we all kind of have to be the bad guys. We're trying to keep these nice contestants from blending money. And it's kinda the nicest bad guys ever i must say but. Do you have a favorite memory of alex from your fifteen. Plus year friendship. There was a great moment in a tournament about ten years ago where the contestants were nervously talking before this shit about you know you know behind these lecterns we can take off our pants. Nobody would know. And alex must've been listening because at the top of the show. The music plays the announcer. Says those jeopardy alex and he walked in his boxers. And i don't think i've ever laughed so hard in my life that really really cut the tension. Yeah i have to ask you a little uncomfortable question over the holidays. You apologize for some incentive past tweets. What have you learned since then. After tweeting that i believe that people should always be held accountable for the things that they say that that seems like common sense to me on social media over the years. I feel like. I've had a pretty good track record but there were certainly times to run. I got it a little hot-headed about the events of the day and didn't take a second to cool down before tweeting or you know. I had a thought that seemed like a funny joke in my head and then looked awful when i saw it on the screen. And you know those are easy mistakes to make. But i really regret them. Because it's also really easy to just take a second and think through before you put something on the internet for millions of people. And that's kind of how i want to be moving forward. Tweeting is like holding a firecracker. Sometimes it really is a scary thing. You have to be careful. I now so let's talk about. This jeopardy has brought appeal. I notice. I've been watching you for years and years and years and it doesn't matter what your political views or demographic graphics are everyone just loves jeopardy or if you like the show you will love. The show is how i say it a. Why do you suppose that is most people one of the things that have different. You know people don't like it for this reason or that reason not this one. Yeah jeopardy has an amazing following in red states. Amazing following and blue states. It's like this universally agreed upon place where america comes like at the same time every weekday and questions have answers and accuracy and truth matters. It's a really amazing. And it's a respite from like all the day's drama you know it. I think the secret of jeopardy that it never changed over the years so it's still a ritual for people when you watch it like time traveling remembering watching with your grandma or with your friends at college or whatever it. Is you remember better times whether america is having a great year or really kind of a. Tricky turbulent one jeopardy is still jeopardy. I'm going to try to honor that. As long as i have anything to do with. Show now ken. It pains me to discuss this. But i experienced a crushing loss on jeopardy. Which to this day. I i blame on my buzzer is there a certain buzzer rhythm that i should know about. Do you have any buzzer tips for me. Should i play the game again. Because there is something to the buzzer thing. Isn't there you get locked out if you press the buzzer before the answer can answer the quays. She goes off. Go ahead can. So i want you to stop living in shame. The buzzer is tricky. I have been there You can't just buzz whenever you know you have to wait for the host to finish reading the clue and at that point. You're buzzers life if you buzz in even a tiny bit before that you get locked out for a fraction of a second. That's why you see people like sunny. This harking sunny. You are a walking. That's all i think. I knew all the answers. I knew all the answers before and new. Okay i got locked out. Whilst we another person that knows a lot of the answers and has the buzzer. Figured out his ken jennings since he is. The greatest trivia mash remind known demand known to man. We thought we wanted to test your knowledge of all things the view 'cause i know it's probably an expertise. This is the chase view addition. You're gonna sixty seconds dancer ten view or view host related questions. But there's no passing just you know it's all right wrong so this is a new skill for you. Gotta go with it. Are you ready. Okay okay go. 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HR 3: Brady and Gronk Chemistry

Mason & Ireland

39:53 min | 4 months ago

HR 3: Brady and Gronk Chemistry

"Yeah that's the i lost. All my bets growl even real money. John i opened the offshore book account and put one hundred dollars on the chiefs. Lost real money on this one. I told you had to do it. You did it anyway. Hundred acres minus ten attic count. Did the guy went two million dollars yesterday. Three point five three. Yeah what a promotion. Yeah yeah he gets a lot of attention in durham. Rebel was here. Said you know it's all part of this big bit to grab attention down in houston and apparently it works in a big way. You guys expect a big spike of kobe cases from the tampa fans. They were partying without the mass yesterday. Probably orders plan by different rules mean. They're they've just kind of let it go. I'll tell you what. I said this ireland. For some reason he doesn't believe me when i get my two shots i'm gonna live my life. I mean i wear masks what you're supposed to do but i'm going to do stuff and go places. Yeah and i'm going to do the show from the studio and all that stuff as soon as i get my two shots. Yeah you should. I think most people should do that. What she get your shots. Keep on your masks and be responsible. Shore yeah yeah. Jackson juniors gonna join us here in a minute. But i wanted to get to This there was a memorable moment. Not on television. Because they didn't show it and i think it's right that they don't show it but kevin harlan from westwood. One described this guy who ran on the field second down twenty five zero three to go. Someone is run on the field. Some guy with a bra now. He's not being chased. He's running down the middle of forty arms in the air and the victory salute his toned down. His pants pulled up the pants. My man he's being chased to the thirty he from a security ten the game in the good job on the goal line. Pull up paying. Take off the pond. A man lord now the suffering but pull up his drawers. Whatever you do five zero three to go time out on the field buccaneers lead it thirty one to nine. Let's let's let's step aside. You're listening to super bowl fifty five on westwood one. you know. there's a rule that they don't show it on television. Don't you did one that. I kind of wish they would kevin. Harlan described it on the radio but it was one of the best he's ever done. That was amazing. The reason they never show it and you should know this at home. If you're contemplating being an idiot and running on the field or running on the court is because they want the world to know that if you do that you're not going to get on. Tv goes without saying that. You're not gonna get on tv. Now you're saying you just said you wish they would show it. It goes without saying that you're going to get arrested right right but if you some guys don't care about getting arrested they just care about the notoriety. Your notoriety goes up if you get on tv. But then you would lizzy wanna see like me and mase. Yea i wanted to see. Lindsey sounded fun lindsey. Then you want to see it. I i mean when when it happened i came. I wasn't watching at the time like coming back from walking my dog and my brother-in-law texted me about it. And i was just like oh i didn't see it so then i googled it and i put. I looked it up on twitter. And there's all kinds of pictures and videos anyway. So i was just like oh i can just watch it on social media. Get hang on a second. Here's o'shea jackson junior shea. What's going on man. What's up dude. Yeah i'm listening to you guys. Talk about The the streaker i was. I was surprised. They sold the little bit that they did in the beginning. Usually they're right on top of it but you know the game was boring. I don't think they should show the whole thing. Especially when it's a steamroll game like like last night. Look in the new age of people dying go viral. I mean he's already going to be on. Whoever was there is going to post it on their social media and be a way for you to see it but it's just gonna be. It's just going to encourage the wrong type of crowd of the biggest event And i know part of it is safety for the players. They don't wanna do it. I get why they don't but it was entertaining right. It makes the prime is if you get your way. Then it's going to encourage more people to do it. Which is what you don't want. They always used to show it like streaking was a big deal member. Even one time at the academy awards somebody streaked across the stage while they were giving out best picture best actor or something like streak and there was even a song called the because streaking was such a big it went to number one ray stevens yes streak is. Striking is making a comeback shea. I'm not a part of it. But i'm here for the entertainment. Always that if everything went your way makes you a man of the people. The people would be entertained. Life would be more fun. That's right so so you're you're a big music. I what did you think of the weekend show you know. I felt like his His mic wasn't up to par wasn't very good. Yeah and it didn't help that I had just so People the prince halftime show. Which i think is the greatest halftime show. I've ever seen But yeah it was cool. I mean it was all right it was it went perfect with game. The granddaddy purple. Og showed up at my house Before halftime and i'm telling you that is a wild wild halftime show if you were in my state houses. That's what i'm talking about as but yeah you know. No disrespect to the weekend. But it's not up there in my top five but it's hard to do it without without a major crowd. You know there. There are so many things going against them and it does take a lot of courage to get up there in times. Like these where you're not gonna get the same type of momentum you would get from a natural crap. Go ahead john shea. Were you surprised. Not the tampa won the game but by how easily they want it. I'm well yeah. I was expecting at least a touchdown from the machine that is the kansas city chiefs. But like i told you guys last last time. I was on with them missing. You know who starting packers and also with patrick mahomes i. I didn't even realize he had a turf toe now for the people at home. If you're an athlete you you kind of need to to move on those toes and even if you're a regular guy you know i can. I'd rather not get out of bed if i had a bad toe. So you know. He had a great effort. But tom brady is darth vader. He is a problem he'd lived to rip your hearts out and that's exactly what he did. I expect him to come back Next year the chiefs beginning Comeback when news games Maybe even some more weapons on the defensive end but yeah they look ugly. They remind me of that. Ram super bowl. Where we couldn't do a thing. I'm going to tampa rams. Nfc championship game lat next year. Oh of course. I'm not i'm not gonna get on. I'm not gonna get disrespect my rams like that. We definitely will be ready for tom. i can't wait to see what's after does dude in We we're going to chip-base stop at the nfc. Chevy's oh yeah no. I didn't say we weren't gonna win. It said. I think it's going to be tom versus matthew stafford next year in the nfc championship game. I will take that every day of the week. Yeah do we need our revenge. La loves a good revenge. Game especially against. Tom brady if he ate. I might not watch football anymore. So do you like them. I see i've i've never liked tom. Brady i've always rooted against tom. Brady is still pissed that he beat us on the super bowl and even yesterday. I was rooting against him. Somehow you gotta admire the guy i mean. This is like the greatest sports accomplishment. Anybody's had in my lifetime. Definitely i. i started to appreciate After that atlanta super bowl to do what he did you know against those odds that comeback. That's when i started calling him to go and then of course i went against them. You know for the rams but you know he displayed it again and yesterday was just adding to it. You always. I always hear about these amazing athletes. These accolades that they've have michael jordan. I didn't fully embrace that you know i was young lakers. I'm not gonna join. I never did none for me. I just came over to the side where i'm appreciating. Lebron things like russell You know i'm not gonna praise the celtics on here but either way you get to hear about giants in sports and we're witnessing it i've seen every single one of tom brady's championships and it's something that will stand the test of time and if you don't fit back and appreciate you know these these incredible things you're like you're just wasting it. You're just being hater. That ain't me you gonna buy the magic underwear. what site what. He sells magic underwear on his website. Any kind of ice cream and he doesn't eat mushrooms. Patrick mahomes eating nightshade. That's that's what you don't want. Louise eat mushrooms now. You guys are just trying to make me hey. This is all great reasons to hate tom. Brady so you're saying he magic underwear. Yes that is website and avocado ice cream. Yes that is what site he. He's just as evil as we thought he was. Great and everything for that at all. Hey listen shea thanks law. Hey hey hey before you go is absolutely convinced that the lakers are going to win by double digits tonight even though there's no d. And maybe no caruso pig coups night. What do you think you know mason. You're you're my guy you tell me not to believe in the mason curse but even when the lakers and the dodgers won the championship this year you couldn't go 'cause cove it so i was there on the oscars you were there for the dodgers houston but be careful with these predictions. I want i want to you know get healthy. This is new territory for a new territory for all of them had only seventy days off from our championship. I want him to get healthy double ticket. All right. may some with you. Forget it is ten and a half. I love that hundred bucks in real money on that two thousand dollars and mythical money. Let's do it thanks. Jay might be coming up next to the special relationship between tom. Brady and gronk the actually. It's kind of kinda heartwarming Speaking of heart warming whenever we get together with our friend kiki it is very very heart warming What's going on there by the way Karen you say that you sent me a text. Didn't get back to you because my blown up incident that halftime show. The sound was so bad. I agree with you. Everybody around here is kissing the weekends but no mason used the word. Spectacular world hated that. Show the warren hor. Hey and i are with you. Gave that thing a. B. mitre and i'm being chattel alive. I'm not the weekend. He's he can sing but that was not a good show sounded bandages on my face right. Now i'm manager where they jock straps. I think fair question by the way. Hey care and most importantly. I drive from the south bay to staple center in about an hour. How's it looking okay. Well i don't have anything on the south that you know what that's a good thing when there's nine going good for you. I'm going to focus on the one ten south. La we do have a crash the right shoulder. it's the one ten northbound right after century boulevard. Traffic is stopped from el segundo boulevard. This report sponsored by indeed dot com with indeed. There's no waiting for real results. Indeed searches through the millions of resumes in their database to deliver great candidates. Who your job description. Instantly claim your seventy five dollars credit towards your first upgraded post at indeed dot com slash credit terms and conditions. Apply with your traffic and kiki seven ten. Espn your original point. Today and eight. Seven seven seven. Espn if you want to react to any part of the game the commercials the the halftime show the game itself. Your original point today actually doesn't make any sense that i value i value chemistry as being something and i would say. Tampa bay had unbelievable chemistry. They tom brady actually brought in guys who he connects with who personal relationships with right but the fact is that they were together less than a year. And you said they wouldn't even make the playoffs. Why haven't you guys that he knows and has worked with before. That definition of chemists. So why did you say they wouldn't make the playoffs. Or why are you saying. Brooklyn won't go to the eastern conference finals in the case of brooklyn i just. I don't think the pieces fit. And i don't think they play defense case with tampa bay. Why did you think it would tampa. I didn't know their defense. Was this good. I didn't buy antonio brown. I never thought he would play again in the league. But tom brady. Tom brady's house sometimes. That's the definition of chemistry. He brought in guys. He has chemistry with yeah. Just it's one of those things it depends on whether you believe it or not. I think what will shape me forever is. The shack koby lakers traveled with in the beginning of my laker run. It's been well documented. That that's why they broke up. I mean it and we're just more talented than everybody else and talent trumps. Everything i would argue. I would argue by the way that if you ask anybody in any executive in sports they will talk about chemists. I've always said that the most important thing in any on any team is alignment between general manager or basketball operations guy and coach and big star to me. That is chemistry. That's chemistry from the from the ownership down right. That's what you've got with the lakers. For example not only. Do you have a bunch of guys who clearly loved to play together and argued that last year's group in this year's group have tremendous chemistry and lebron sets the tone for it. The way. Tom brady set the tone for you. Also have ownership. Genie executive rob coach. Vogel and lebron. James all imperfect alignment chemistry as an organization to make. Chemistry is important. And i think if you talk to the average basketball executive they'll say it's important completely. Well there's a difference between important inside cite one example where it didn't work okay. More important than talent. No all right. So let's take a look at brooklyn. Do you even know who the owner is in brooklyn. No hi yes. Do you know who the general manager is in brooklyn some talented guy. The do you know the coaches. Yes steve nash stephen. I never coached in his life ever and telling you that team that has no direct line. No culture no. Chemistry is going to. They've chemistry yet. You're just got that's no. That's an almost always just going to say whoever wins has chemistry. That's your default af chemistry. Mace because those three guys have played together before they all respect. Yeah i know you go back to the olympics. I still think the denver and forgetting how much they respect each other's abilities 'cause kyrie is he kyrie's now and we all know it in the eastern finals and probably the nba final but cabbies show knew what he could do in the playoffs when it counts. Believe me don't remind me. Let's see i will bet against brooklyn brooklyn versus the field. I'm taking the field. I'm taking the field. So one of the cool things about the about. The first of all tom brady gronk of the guys that got the big big honor from the game. They are the guys they open disney world yet. Disneyworld is opened green open. Yeah they've been obese. Florida is open. Brady have to stand in line a very good question. I would imagine. They've got the to themselves right. Do they get back a car or something for mvp to. It's a good question. They didn't talk about it. Used to give you a nice pick. Orca something. I thought it was interesting. That the only player that was on the stage yesterday. Was tom brady players. Because covid right. Yeah and that's all. That's right microphones. at opposite. somebody sent me a text earlier and this is actually something i didn't think about all that added security. Unlimited people in the stands. How did that streaker even get onto the feats easy to jump over the railing. Jones ran around with no mask. Yeah that's right. You know it's weird. I mean you would think security would have been heightened for something like that. Yeah although there you know so few people there how many wasn't twenty five thousand dollars so hang on a second will in san pedro's on the line. Hey will you aren't seventeen. Espn what's up man. Hey guys love love the celtics. Thanks My main point was the biggest weakened fan like i love it. I love all his albums anything that he comes out with. You know absolutely listening to have this album's on repeat so. I'm super excited for the halftime. Show me personally. I actually loved it. I loved it from start to finish. It was creative and and all those things. But i think if you weren't a weekend fan or you didn't know his music then. It was kind of a like you're looking for something more like you know he wasn't. You know his his music is really different. And you know for me. It was on top like bruno mars. I love you know. Mars like i love this. I love this time. Show like i'm watching it on. Repeat on youtube why it was cool. Because i'm a. I'm a real fan like i love his music. But you know if you're just like an average you know american if you if you were looking for one song like blinding lights or you know if you're want song and you don't know all the other ones than he was kind of like you're lost the little. Yeah i mean so. Yeah that's interesting point. Thanks for the call man so you had to know the weekend like clinton yates was on a little bit earlier. Said he knows. He's been following the weekend from the beginning from his mix tapes on up and because he loves the weekend he thought he nailed it. I thought it was just spectacular visually. And i've forgotten that. I knew a couple of i can't feel my face when i'm with you. I like. I forgot that i knew that so. Would you guys like to see halftime as bon jovi evident. No he's joe. Bon jovi on bon jovi's like sixty men really bond. Music is timeless like the stones and those were not terrible. They were not great. How the halftime show. Michael is to attract or to appeal to a different audience. That might be interested in the game but but not big football fans. Who would you pick for next year. I don't know. I haven't really thought about the obvious choice. The one that would make the most people. Happy is taylor swift. Now i think a lot i think. She's more niche than people realize. No come on. She sells so many records. I don't know. I feel like there's a lot of people a lot of men you know like middle aged white guys. That don't wanna really watch taylor swift the mentally white guys. Wanna watch bon. Jovi taylor swift. Be curious how she would do that. What about earth wind and fire. Oh my god michael bring him on living in a union and the commodores get going. It's a great idea here. Cutting the savvides have no respect for history literally at the seventies michael holt. Well so you don't like the beatles. Then i love the b huge but the beat show show the beatles were alive like all of them like say ten years now of course the beatles. Well maybe ten years ago twenty years ago twenty two you would want us to bring bring the stones back. You guys wouldn't be for that. Miley cyrus would be good. I'd like to see some raunchy. She's yeah what's wrong with that. He's on easing singer. She's an amazing sayer. All right so We were talking about tom and gronk. We'll get to that coming up next. Then we got games and we're out now. Three fifty five because coming up at three fifty five is the brand new or the added to afternoon show. It is george. L z and scott. Caplan our friend. Scott kaplan cap will no show today. That's a trademarked in la cap. Yep well we're using it. We as kareem he signed with us. So we're okay. There's only one. Chris cabanillas that's kareem. Well he's going by cap macer in ireland seventeen. Espn eight seven seven seven ten. Espn john if i say best commercial in the super bowl what comes into your mind rob for me. It was that one with gwen stafani. In and adam levine. Either that or i like the ems and one. And i like the guy playing the guitar talking about the the milk. Yeah that's it. That's the one that sticks with me. If i ever actually go to buy oat milk if i if oat milk is my jam i would go with oatley just because that. Ceo sat in the middle of field. Crooning whatever the hell that song was badly. I think it was one of the worst commercials but it's one that people will actually remember lindsay if i say best commercial during the super bowl what did you say. My favorite was the wayne's world cardi b. commercial. That was you have that one yes everyone. Welcome the wayne's world garth as a local access show. we want everyone to support local restaurants. But we'd never manipulate you the way all these other commercials stoop shaw totally. We're better than that. Yeah we'd never shamelessly rely on a celebrity cameo right cardi b. Yeah local or jump on. The latest trend ended all right in the cardi b. So again local personal four thing to read see never said well. It's made for tv. And they have ubereats bags all over the commercials. Cardi go ahead and make the cardi b. son there lynch. I don't know how to do it. Does anybody know how to do it. There alan you. Yeah that's me to do that. Sounds right. I think that sounds like a be needed. Start with like a explained. It's excellent john. Thank you so after. I think this from after the game on. Nfl network. tom brady and grunk We're on the The nfl network. Our we do. This is what were your time saving. You all have to go to these guys love each other the fast. They're so adorable. It's hard to dislike grunk. He's just such a great carrot. Were the odds that gronk would have played in all twenty games you know. Last year he was the twenty four seven champion and wwe. No it would have been even better. If he won the world series as the twenty four. Seven your the odds for rock scoring the first touchdown sixteen to one. That was a really good. That was a good bet to take. Didn't you say there was a commercial that they didn't let s there is a commercial with brady and gronk it's for t t mobile and it didn't air jeff that horton franck what. Tv what do you think my next move the. Give it to me straight. Maybe which time i hang up. I got one more for you retirement. If you retire now you're gonna be walking on soft sand in a week. Just come to florida and feel the wind in your retirement is like winning another one. Maybe i'll even join you own. The spotty work. This is what. Tom heard retire. Now they're soft and weak. Just come to florida and win another one. Maybe i'll even join you. Look easy maybe it is. I feel like i have a lot to accomplish. My goal is to win one more and bronx coming with me. I'm retired from retiring. Ma or am i football pants. Don't trust big decisions to just any network with t. Mobile the go in five g and software week either. T mobile is the leader in five g so there was that wide band. Why did that not air two minutes long so no one was. It was one minute. They didn't air. Because i guess the commercial it was seen as a conflict of the official phone sponsor which is verizon so by them saying like oh you spot covered with this other network. They're worried that their second adams bronstein says it did air now did did i watched it yesterday during the game all over. There's their stories all over yahoo. That said that they weren't allowed to air it because of the conflict now. I watched it at my parents house during the broadcast it was. Maybe they showed it locally. Because i didn't see it online. Oh maybe they showed it locally. Yeah local avows in los angeles they could have shown it aired before the blake. Shelton and gwen stefani one. Yeah the big story was that They were bad. The t mobile was bay. And they said they were banned from airing it during the game because of the conflict with rising and bronstein rose your reaction to what was the best commercial. I'm actually a fan of ashton kutcher and mila kunis shaggy. That one was very underrated. Oh geez that was the worst one. What are you talking about time. You say it wasn't me and it works. it's perfect. I think it would have been cool if it was like fifteen years ago when that song was still relevant. But i don't know like which like school gym they had to pull shaggy out of to just cruise to me. That lindsay has no sense of history. That i'm very old history. I just think that the song is h history. That's how about halftime show. What's the verdict. Adam halftime show was. Okay wasn't excellent. I think the problem might be minds. Forms like that katy. Perry is very upbeat and very loud and stuff. The weekend is very kind of understand. What moody and arty. That's what i thought. It was moody and arty. But i thought it was way to put it I had a. I had a terrible dream last night. With guys with bandages on their face they were like swarming me the way they did on the weekend when he went into the fun house. During that season you should write a screenplay. Makes me think he hasn't. Yeah i've written a couple of plane. Plenty on the blacklist. That aren't going to get made so that's true that's true. I glad you're back by the way. Why gotta be blacklisted. Actual thing it's an actual thing for a screen is bad. No it means it's not made yet. It's an calling him a racist exactly. So i lost my ass on the game. Which is unfortunate i saw. What did you see six grand six grand. Yeah because i one on a couple. Like i one on. Tom brady being under three hundred point. Five yards passing so there were a couple of projects that i won to balance the five thousand mythical dollars and by the way a hundred real dollars i lost on the game yeah. I can't believe you did that. Snow on killing me. That i'm making a run is killing me that i'm making another bet tonight. One is right listened to him. Would you have one of you to one. How much. Well i find and i won two and lost one and i only made a thousand dollars. I would've just I would've just doubled my money. I'd be in two hundred. It's not like i was gonna make bank. It's just it's just the money it's my money. You guys know how. I always say that they won't let you bet. Parlays with goofy prop bet so yes you can do them now on fan duel. Oh really they'll take any parley. Yeah so could have bet like three different props on fan duel. So i started looking into that. Yeah absolutely coming up next for. You is game of games. That has john's game today and so far in the month of january february. I'm sorry i've one to ireland is one to jorges. He has one once. Lindsay and michael thompson have yet to scratch. Yep you're oh freeze michael. Aiming as best player alive came games is coming up next for you. In the meantime kiki is standing by with a look at traffic achey. Hi steve. I'm going to go down to laguna gal where we have a serious problem. Sig alert it's going to be that five sapa right before crown valley parkway crash taken away those two right lanes in traffic boy. It is now stopped from alicia parkway. we'll keep you updated on that. 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You tell me what the common thread is. Got your name as your buzzer now. These people may have more than one thing in common. So you may want to wait for a few names before you get to to what i'm looking for but let's give it a try right. Yup number one the first common thread. Cory seager cody bellinger. Dodgers michael dodgers michael. that's incorrect. you're out the common thread they pay for your out. He says there could be more than one common thread in. This is not the one. He's looking for a mistake. Mickelson james harden berry bonds. steve young. Ken griffey clayton. Kershaw mason mace players from texas. No lindsey an hor. Hey are still in it right. David price leib room or hey is is a golf. No lindsey jim thome e kim kibo nothing nothing. No combat eight left hand yet. I think they're all yeah all right so nobody scratches yet number two. All athletes good common threat. Monday number two. Diana ross jewel. Billy joel pink. Kathy lee gifford. Demi lovato whitney houston jennifer hudson. Mace all sang the national anthem at the super bowl. A wreck in mesa's on the board. Those are all super bowl national anthem. Singers joel sang the national anthem. She did her in a while. All right here we go the next one. Ellen did generous tom. Hanks owen wilson. Tim allen larry the cable guy corker whore. Hey they've all voice for pixar correct. Yes working call man very nice hor. Hey all right here. We go the next one kevin garnett. Tim duncan kareem abdul-jabbar. Bill russell will chamberlain. Carl malone anybody wanna guess garnett dunkin abdul-jabbar russell chamberlain michael malone michael. I could come up with guises all hall of famers. Not the one is for anybody else. Have guess basketball. do again. Garnett duncan kareem russell chamberlain malone their all black good for you know. Might john okay. Lindsey go lindsey. Guess yeah do they all have like a nba record of some kind based nope note no scoring record scoring. 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Bill & Ted Face the Music

The Cinema Guys

33:08 min | 10 months ago

Bill & Ted Face the Music

"I'm Brad just in and I'm this animated which just three friends. Socially distanced around the world chatting movies. We are the cinema guys welcome to the show. Hey welcome to another episode of the cinema guys. Your first time in we love having here. Love it. Love it love it, and if you're a returning for another episode. Combat. This week we will be talking. The new bill and Ted Excellent Adventure. Bill and Ted faced the music face the music burn burn bone, and almost thirty years since the last movie came out. Yeah. A little little time between films the technology has gotten better. A little bit. And we're GONNA, play some sinophile this week it sounds so dirty. Doesn't. And then we'll in was at home recommendations. Before we jump into a game of sinophile jussie. What we don't get to do this year what do we not do this? We don't get to go to the Cincinnati Comic Expo on that makes me sad. That there's going to be the Cornyn con going on. Tober sixteenth and seventeen. Oh. Do I just log in and watch you? Want do which the cinema guys and our friends the history about ideas podcasts we will be hosting the entire event. That's. I'm all in. We're going to have a bunch of comic creators filmmakers. Ve People, I actually go for the free giveaways. So I'm hoping we will have giveaways forgive. Yes. Because that's what I like I like fill in my bag of swag you follow us online or if you go to wear the cinema guys dot com slash live. That's where we will keep up to date when we announce WHO's going to be joining US online in the schedule and everything else. Let's play blame it on the game. Own. Done this once before this is the second time we've done on the show I, own this game. Now are we gonNA play three rounds that we're going to do this and do the winner G-? What's the winner get? What's the winner yet respect? No no, that's not good. That's not that's not useful I want that's why I want to win. All that perhaps once hasn't been. On. Me Give. Let's do whoever wins the other to have to do a drawing with their finger on their phone and send it to him into text and has to be something encouraging. Nice. That's what you get. Okay. That's nice. Yeah. I like that. All right and encouraging drawing sent from your. Drawings. The SINOPHOBIC your NFL guy. So the the first round. Was the first one. We're doing name more films from an actor's resume than your opponents. So you show the actor. Yes, and then we'll start with actually goes first. Then me them brad go around and if you can't think you're out okay I'll go first because I'm the least go to save versus the glory position in this. Oh The glory serve. Factor. The actor Ashley Round One. Is Gene Hackman Gene, Hackman. All right. Go who is that? Actually is already he's the coach in Hoosiers you can use that I don't even know what that coach and hoosiers. Hoosiers they want it's called hoosiers right. I will go with the French connection who the French connection I will go with. It just like left my mind up Brad out. No, he gets a second. Crimson tide. Oh Yeah. All right actually what he got nothing. I don't know who this person is. I'M GONNA go with Superman one. I'm going to go superman to I'm gonNA, go with. He was all four winning superman three. A superb four. Okay and then I'll be. There's a ton more in my head I keep thinking of one and I can't think of which one thinking. Oh I'll go with unforgiven dance. That's what I was going to say next he hasn't acted in so long that. He's not really disappointed and I know 'cause he's got a lot of huge resume I got were resume right now. With one more than you'd be. The quick and the dead. CAPRIO adjust and I was a good one. All Right Justin, you took around one year all. Urgency Superman yeah. Often. Do they all four of them and around the Royal? TENENBAUMS ooh right I didn't think of World Tenenbaum's Moose Port Remember Port actually with Ray. Romano. Mafia films replacements with Keanu. WHAT'S THE NEXT ONE? Gives us an allowance go doing a different round. Where we go you take the actor he'll show you an actor. Ashley and then you have to say a movie actors in than I have to say an actor from that movie and then movie I liked that one that was easier for me. I think I hope I shouldn't say that all right number two. Your actor you get start with is Lawrence Fitzgerald Matrix though metrics I'm GonNa go with Carryanne Moss. Cheap in it, I'm GONNA go with the Red Planet. One of the Batmans was in this movie kilmer. Good job. I'M GONNA go with the Saint Saint because his last good movie Elizabeth Shue. Adventures, adventures in babysitting. Crept Nats Hardwood Oh. No. You know who is in that movie was Vincent Enough Rio. He was Thor Vincent Prieto I. AM going to go the cell. ooh Wait to bring it full circle. Jennifer Lopez I'm GonNa go maid in Manhattan I'm GonNa. Go with ray fines, English patient patient. With that one and not Harry Potter he's Poltimore. Yeah I. Don't see I don't know who else is in the English br I think win with that when because I don't know who else was in the English patient one. Of Burnett. I can picture one actress. I've never seen the movie. Really. It's really good. Point actually has a point how I don't know how I'm terrible at this game. If you win the next one, Brad, we have to play a tiebreaker round. All Right which which game we were playing last when do six degrees you gotta? You GotTa do it in six degrees or less now don't you pick up two cards and you have to? Ask less our first actor or actress is Sigourney, weaver, whose that. Weaver United, Sigourney Weaver, and terrible with names guys. Names Aliens. Busters. Aliens can look on her face withdrawing suck. These are like horrible drawings and second one. Kurt Russell. Kurt Russell. Do it too. So I went sigourney weaver Alan Rickman and Galaxy Quest? Alan Rickman Tom Celik, and Quigley down under new Tom. selleck to the Mustache Guy. You know the dude Samuel Elliott and the sack it's and then Sam Elliott Kurt Russell in tombstone I went sigourney weaver and Bill Paxton, and Aliens, Bill, Paxton Occur Russell in tombstone, and then Bill Paxton, the what curse on Tombstone Oh. Yeah. So it is a breaker we have to have. One to actor movie your actor is Alba Chino the godfather right. I've never actually seen the Godfather I'll go with Robert duvall open range. Q. Movie going to get Brad the point here. You can give the point because you can't think. Of Kevin, Costner Guy. Which, Guy Rubber Oh Man Maverick days of Thunder Oh. Okay. I can give you another one. It would make it easier forty if you want, and this is not gonNa make easy gone. What I was GONNA gun sixty seconds gone in sixty seconds Kiana reese. No. Are Correct you did identify. Just. Supposed to be Nicholas Cage. Brad wins he gets encouraging. In Brad encouraging. Sure. In the drawings, it's better to be a drain. All I wanted was respect. You get drawings become a patron of the show. Yes. Can you get all sorts of benefits like my can give us a topic this idea top this you get to be the first one to hear the bonus episodes. Before anybody else. and. You can come on the show and play sinophile with. If, you become a top tier patron you get to pick the entire episode for us just go to Patriot dot com, slash the cinema guys, suitable vers. Let's get excellent. Time to. Time to talk bill and Ted faced the music. Twenty five years ago, played a concert in front of the entire world. One month ago you played in Barstow California for forty people. Most of them were there for two dollars Taco night. Bill and. What have you got to say for yourselves be excellent to each other Party on to. All right. What did you guys give it on the ratings? I'LL START I've I've watched the movie twice already Oh my guy. Watch washes again because they probably missed something the first time. So deep. Yeah. You know I really really enjoyed this movie a lot like I. It did you three and a half stars I gave it a four. Oh, you must have changed. Did changes. I'll gave it a four. So I gave it a very, very generous to i. gave it a very, very, very, very generous series I. thought it was the most boring. Boring boring thing I've ever had to sit through. It wasn't funny. It didn't make me laugh none of the callback. Good and the story was so boring. There were a couple of highlights which we'll talk about a second but. I see my kids were like the what we loved the first two. This is. there. Were like, what is this I'm Leon. Oh. No I think they're trying to see into me. It captured the first two perfectly for me. No. Not at all. What did you give it? I gave it a three because three. I don't remember one to at all. This is the fresh take. To. Live. I. have no idea robots when the future I am no idea what happened in number two I can barely remember what happened in number one. So I was like, oh, it's bad. Okay. So I gave it a three I wish I would have saw like that because I probably would've still thought same but. Maybe a little more I I mean it was an easy thing to have on I wasn't paying attention to it while I was watching it. So maybe if I had I was cleaning around my apartment like it was something. Next time I should just be doing something else. I'm serious. It's. So I. Do you really. Have High Expectations I knew it was going to be silly. And I was like, Oh, it's not I'm not playing bill and Ted you you kind of. It being entertaining. I thought it was very entertaining. What so I have a theory on the entertainment value of ours was like Oh man I really liked it and there's one spot I geeked out over and I knew it spot, which is when Dave Grohl makes his cameo. Yeah. That was pretty good and my friend loves Dave GROHL like loves him. I was like Oh and my friends also big music person which I am not unlike Isaac. A huge music person. So I think if you like music more, you might have thought this was better I I like music just five. So I thought the callback jokes weren't funny. You death was hilarious. Know someone else did to all death was funny I. I actually hated that character and bogus journey also. So senior cared for that character I mean it was okay with nothing was like. Worth, and by the time you get to death I'm Mike bored out of my mind. I. Thought the characters that they pulled out of history could have been way more creative than just I mean Bach was cool or Beethoven was cool and It was Mozart and or whoever it was the that way to open in the I. Bet was cool and the trump a guy was. Yeah they took. Louis Armstrong. Hindrance. Cool. But outside of the and Hendrix those Oh this is gonna be cool and then they went and got these the Rando Drummer. It's not a real person I i. think that was more of a funny. Hey we're going to get a caveman because the caveman plus I I don't know I feel like they could have been real a lot more creative with that was born hold on I was bored I was. Like this didn't you didn't think Dennis the robot was funny. Yeah slightly I didn't think that was funny at all actually really I thought that was the least driver hilarious. The daughters, the fact that they chose to have daughters. Yes. Shows have daughters instead of sons and they made them. Cool Hell and Super Smart. So yes, I love that was the best part and the girl who played Ted nailed it. She nailed a early kion. I Love Margot, Robbie I. Don't think she really did a great means tomorrow Samara we, Mark. I. Tell US Margot Robbie no interest is so funny. The whole time I was like, Oh, it's Margaret Raby. We've thought she was fine. But I. Don't think she nailed like Bill Preston but the other girl she really am but the thing is not not that it matters but like I don't try to solve movies but like the very first thing I was like, oh, it's going to be them. They're going to be the ones who wrote the song I mean that was like overly clear when they said their names I was like, Oh, they have the same names. What's going to be them? Who write the song? Did their their kids were in the last movie. They Call Them Little Bill Little Ted Right in the in the previous rayvey regardless this movie I was like, yeah, this is super obvious. They're going to write the song I mean it's a bill and Ted movie it's not like it's going to be a deep you're going to. Get us out looking for deep. I was just looking for entertainment and I did not entertain I was like could not wait for it to be over like plea. Hour and a half because like please be over this and then Kiana just did it look good and I think those intentional I think he wasn't supposed to look like he's done well in life. But like he did not look his John Wick fittest human pretty and you could tell bill whoever that actor is the only thing. I Alex Winter I only know known from lost boys and that like I feel like this was like a big chance for him and he really sold the role and Keno I feel like was called like phone in it in sure I'll I'll be a ten ish kind of character he didn't really nail his old Ted but that other guy nailed his old bill I was like that's basically He was he had the voice ready and he acted just like them was count. It was like a fraction of the animated Ted from excellent adventure. I also did not like the the wives story of them going through time that was. Safe did it makes sense at all it would have made sense if they actually followed some of their story to what they're doing but I don't really know they fill it in with exposition. Oh, we'll tell you everything they did because we're not gonNA see it. The other interesting thing about the wives is I saw those who actresses because literally every other person in the film was the same person from the original ones and I was like, why didn't they get the as those Martha Women Who Were at the same I went and looked and I. Bet. It's because women have not aged great because that looked I abuse like they did not want these women. Yeah. Old and they want people who look young and. Older, but still beyond yet can look old. Yeah. Put the women cannot. Messed up. Yeah. Because those women are wildly too young for those men. Yes. Because they were about the same age in the original film. Yeah I mean, we're still in high school. They definitely weren't younger than high school age. Princesses. Be My dad and women are like mid Thirties. Let's give them a twelve solid twelve. That's still only four years younger but and see for me this movie I was completely opposite to you I from from the very, very beginning with the whole missy marrying Deacon joke that was good I liked it and they're trying to get the song like I was fully invested fully in I had like the you know nostalgic seeing them together I loved their daughters I thought they were awesome I like their little side story of picking up musicians and they're trying to do their own kind of going through time with seeing different versions of themselves, which I found that very, very funny like I thought. The movie was Hilarious I laughed the entire time and I thought the movie had a lot of heart towards the end art. Yes. I see a lot of heart because ultimately they're like they're trying to they're the ones that are supposed to bring the world together and ends up being their daughters and they realize it and they realize you know we're just getting old them. That's doing this but I guess there's no irony within the film. If you know it from the beginning, it's going to be their daughters. If it was like a surprise, then it would be like, oh, there's a little surprise they're also. Dylan would be playing guitar better than Jimi Hendrix just saying and they explained a way they just ended it too like, okay. How are we going to this Oh here? We can get music to everyone was like how the hell what that work. It doesn't not at the time none of it made anyways. I just suspend bill in movies you can't. You can't try to figure out their time travel. It's fine. I'd love the Dave Grohl Part Yeah those fun. There there was a Lotta cameos a lot. Yeah Lot. Every I think everyone would want to be into that. Make sense I liked that I liked cameos Yeah I loved. Jillian. Bell is the the psychiatrist I thought. She was really kid Cudi's in it that was on. I. Don't know who that is. He's he's. Is He really likes Martin stuff in real life. I think he's supposed to be stationed like he did say stations. Yeah. I was wondering why they didn't bring that back other than that one phrase I, think he was supposed to be stations yeah I. Mean this movie had a very, very, very limited budget. There is a lot of stuff that I've read that they wanted to do that. They couldn't do because can afford right because the rufus role they they had a whole different plan for that which I, like how they did it is like the little where it was just kind of like a callback back to him and Dr who plays his daughter her character's name Kelly is actually George Carlin's daughter's name the username. As kind of a I love it. I love The lady who played his daughter I? Really really really liked this. I thought for a sequel to come out almost thirty years after the last movie. I felt like it did everything it needed to for me. I will say one of the letter sequels that I've seen but considering I don't know number one and number two I can't really give an honest. I dress. I just love these old guys these guys doing all these things that I don't understand bilas excellent adventure. The first one beside star wars is probably the one movie. I've probably watched the most I used to have that movie on almost repeat watching it all the time. Then I think a lot of this nostalgic of getting to finally see. 'cause this was a sequel that was on again off again for many many many many years for you know. Yeah ever say training know 'cause he was smart. Man. I don't need to be part of that. But like would death came back. I found that really same actor, right? Yeah it was. Yeah I was going to say if I didn't think it was he looked younger but he nailed the act like when they start going out about his acting. that. When he starts. Dare going off on about his solos and his forty minutes solo and like I was in the groove like. Funny, even now so funny I. I think. I was just. So check out 'cause this wasn't I didn't feel like it was a style get all. Because I, Love Dylan Dez I've watched it was growing up although I. Watch the cartoon played the video game. I was like. But I never needed this film though I also think that Kiana his way. I. Think he I just don't think he founded this role and they both looked painfully old. There was awkward to me. They're they are old, but they didn't weren't playing old people. They were playing people that didn't. They were trying to play younger than what they were. I wish they would have just played to be a little older and then even looked bad even his Ted's dad finally finally re. Realize. A lot of resolve to the story. We like I didn't need any resolve to bill and Ted's I never. Was? At the same actor that played his brother that one I don't know it was the same actress that plays Missy same actor plays his dad. Now at the beginning I liked her likes the I thought that was hilarious that it's not. That's probably the best joke of the film that. You said you didn't like the robot. Dennis. Dennis. I didn't get it. Yeah. I didn't I was like what he was real weird. Like is totally his why it was funny. It's not funny. His whole demeanor changed the moment. He opened his mouth like his body language like he would be silent stoic but then his body language would change the moment he opened his mouth, which is just not a good character development. It just doesn't make sense. So that's why I feel like they must have cut it a ton because the narrative the narrative of the wives right did not exist didn't make sense wasn't one. Then narrative robot doesn't make sense and there's robot didn't make sense but the person who then the robot was sent to kill them what would it mean? But. I saw a real like a why did he change? Oh, it just did because he think because the robot got. They explained it all to and I. Don't know what more you want it, but it all happened to. and. Explaining not through the narrative of the film. Yeah. Exactly. same with the wives like so that was the biggest the biggest part of the film was Oh. Our wives don't love US anymore because we haven't been treating them right and so to see what they got to experience the come to the full circle that the wise day we never got to see we just assumed because they told us they were more of a plot point a right but they the wives left. We have main plot of the film for at least the beginning for A. while. Oh, we're going to lose going to lose their wives. That's why they were doing it. It wasn't because they wanted to really do the song. They didn't want to lose their daughters at one of their wives. Every future they went to it was about, hey, our lives of miserable because we lost our daughters and we lost our wives and then they just wrapped that up was like anyway again. The. Narratives Boring I was like Oh because I thought that was cool. Oh, that makes sense. They would probably be horrible husbands. Yeah. Also the fact that they're super codependent on each other I was like, Oh, I guess this doesn't make sense really hitting home on that right now I like to win the therapy office when they. Couldn't say I love you when they started doing that I was gonNA take a really weird turn and then they just never went back to that the fact that they're super and Mash. Knows there are so many things that they I guess I didn't like it as much as I thought I thought I did because there are just so many things like that like it doesn't make sense. Why would they? Start with like this super important narrative around codependence, and then just never come back to it, and then have these wise be super happy but never come back to it and magically they're fine. We're happiest in this one with you where you guys are codependent on each other we are like poly-amorous Natalie I love you at the end they were able to say. We don't understand like what? If they didn't keep showing us. They showed us on several occasions, the wise getting in and out of timeframes. They never we didn't know what they experience or how they experience or what they saw or who they talk to or start their story. This is bill and Tim why element to the film because it is a plot point to push bill and Ted forward we're GONNA, lose our wives. So we need to I think they could have done a good job of telling the story. It was pretty bad story I thought they did a fine job story and bring it. WAS THIRTY NINE See. I guess that's another thing is I just didn't think these characters are back I'm like, yeah this is certainly not bill and Ted although I would have said that's probably Bill Kiana just did not give me a Ted and I don't think he wanted to I. Think he was probably I looked very not into it. Yeah. You know what? I'm doing John Wick and that's doing really well. This did did you did you watch through the credits for the end scene? Yes. Now at the end of the credits, they're when they're really really old and they both get up and they jam on the guitars one last time as what the Super Bowl Bill and Ted and then they die die. But? I think there was a way of saying we're not making any more. You heard it here split decisions. Yeah. My guess is most people are going to agree with you Brad 'cause that's what I've heard from a few people that they like Oh man I thought it was really good. Like bad they all thought it was bad but good, which is what I the root the reviews overall have been really good people have loved the movie. Kovin people need to love something I went with magic camp, I loved that one made me cry at the end like twice. I don't know Brad doesn't like that we don't like this movie. It's fine that you don't like it. I was shocked that Justin hated it. It sounds like a hate. It more I just was like L.. I was very disinterested. It was very bored. I will never watch this again and watched it twice and I. Probably Watch it and I'm not shocked though cannot believe that you two are very much like that though movies that Justin loves brattle never watch again and then movies that Brad lows just don't ever watch again. Yeah. In when I love him I watch him like five five times in a week. Yeah. Exactly how many times have you seen Colorado space. Seven. I couldn't even make it. They're one. So hard to watch with my theory was music that most people like music more and this is a very music driven thing. Yeah. I feel like everything had to do with music even the death stuff that you're laughing at was like music jokes, I don't think. Yeah because they made instead of making their daughters really like we wanna be musicians, they were just into the music and I knew like every little piece of music through however long like I liked that they are the ones that brought everybody. Together like they were Kinda like the producers of the song we had. We had to figure everybody out 'cause they didn't play the music, but they know what pieces needed to go together. Yeah I'll say, let us know what you thought of Bill and Ted faced the music. Do you agree with just and more the cinnamon? She was kind of in the middle or me I think we're we had three I think I'll always sides here. I don't think I'll ever considered a trilogy. There's two of them. Like Indiana Jones and the crystal skull. Really one. I love that don't don't give me started there because that is like Chris Oh. Yeah. Oh my gosh students there is. The when they took everything, they've built from all the Indiana Jones movies and trashed it in the end. It is the Third Best Indiana Jones movie it is the. Third best better unless. You. So you put in almost last place that what grades four movies. Last crusade nothing is going to read it. One. Series and then Raiders Ravens Lost Ark. Disagreements switch. Guys. Guys Focus. Let's move onto at home recommendations. Seeming how many do you have any homes for this week I do not. That was the best bill. I would say that you should watch on Netflix. KOCI season one into posts although the the second season ended quite dark twice dark. I didn't Netflix have the third season. That's why they haven't. I. Hope. So I don't know how soon Where filming and everything before cove it. Up Last year or whatever Cobra Kai came out two years ago. But it like they did an awesome job of keeping the fun with like there's something new I like it down they kind of flip the story a little bit I. Think you kind of see how they're both the same they're both kind of bad dads. They're both struggling with their life, and then my other one is Magic Cam said twenty twenty movie with Gillian Anderson and it's a good family family feud watch with the kids where kids go to magic camp not like Harry Potter but more like, David. Blaine and learn magic. Disney, plus I guess I have to change my fantasy I do like Horford because I loved the babysitter I know it's not really horror. Yeah. It was I. gave it he. Really get let's sequel comes out really soon on Netflix. I watch the trailer for just released in. It looks it looks Super Fund the sequel. I only have really one big one this week we've been watching muppets now on Disney I watched episode one of fun with it. The boys really really like it and. My wife and I are are enjoying it. We kind of like how they're doing it. We love. Chefs little segments. Oh. Yes. The one way Danny. You only watch episodes in the first episode to he cooks Danny Trio. Oh really funny. Really funny that their attempt to bring back the muppet show. Yes I mean so far they're doing a good job. The only other thing I'm going to suggest if you have HBO Max, you can watch all the. Movies of doing a bonus episode soon on that series seeking be ready for it. So that does it for another episode of the Cinema. Is. We'll be back in a couple of weeks with the new episode. Make sure you subscribe rate and review us on Apple podcasts but we will be back soon with a new episode until next time maybe we'll see you at the movies A. Garate right now tomorrow. GETTING NO SMARTER, leaving So my God, so you have a hard time. Telling Samara Weaving in. Margot. Robbie Hart I do oh my gosh. Yes.

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EP177: Chad Johnson's Johnson

I Don't Get It

59:57 min | 1 year ago

EP177: Chad Johnson's Johnson

"Whoa we just started this. The BURP Lauren. Guess that is in theme with the crudeness that maybe this podcast. I have so excited for this podcast one because Chad Johnson is here and I actually have been talked for ever. Have you talked to him recently? No that's why I asked Corny for him to send the video. Because I couldn't I couldn't have my. I texted Chad in like two years. Be Like Hey. Can you send me a thirty second clip of your porn? So you didn't know actually just revealed that Chad Johnson from the bachelor is now on only fans. And if you don't know what only fans is. I think an easy way to describe. It is like an APP sort of like instagram for porn. How would you only Lauren's more familiar with the platform? Is it just for people who are doing porn because like then why is it called only fans? That sounds like something anybody. If you're a fan only you will be watching. Their their page and Chad is on it. We have not have not done a good job at describing this correctly. China's not only fans and our. I don't get it is only fans because apparently people are making boatloads of money on this thing Lorne even knows people that personally who they're not going to be revealed right now that are on the site. They're not celebrities but they're normal moral. Who this one chick that. I do her hair. She's very open about it. She's on only fans and she sells videos of her pudding like tights pantyhose on really slowly. It's hurt her faces in and it could be just fetish. She things Lawrence like her one front could dislike. Put Her up learn if she wanted. Yeah so chats on their. He's finding a new life he wants to move to. Las Vegas is moved to Las Vegas and moved to Las Vegas and he wants to start like a porn house where people come over and start filming now and I were listening to some. Tmz commentary on this and a very famous porn star. Said that if he thinks he's being innovative and original with this idea of creating a porn palace in Vegas. He's like ten years too late in that. This is something that happens all over the suburbs of Vegas. Wow really is it legal then in Vegas. It is yeah. Wow and you know what's crazy? So Chad sense bunch of videos just so we could get an idea. Of what exactly is the reason I ask is because I wasn't sure if he was trying to get people to come on you know to like sign up for it and it was like softcore porn where it was like a rated R. movie or Whatnot Porn. Then I don't know I thought that possibly he could get away with it being like R. rated stuff and then people would buy the subscription and they'd be like Oh never mind so that's always a kind of like seeing for real for real. He was like porn softcore he and we can now could firm he's gone full ports are and what's even crazier is. I don't know if you guys listening have listened to our porn star episode. Lauren pointed out to me that that Blair who was on our porn-star episode has been having sex with with Chad. Or as in some of Chad's video working with Chad in the porn video. Yeah small world. I know who I'm concerned about right now. Living this life pumpkin good pumpkin. All right should we did. We have chat on years ago. Yeah we did right. Remember if we we always wanted have tried on. But I don't know if we came over but I don't think we we watch Groggy Hump Pumpkin for a while. That was what it was so Pumpkin is Chad's writing that life. Yeah Yeah Okay should we let she let the Chad Meister? Let's let in the very nervous. Let's do it. I wonder if he's even near his computer. Here we go. He probably is so such a guy that wouldn't respond to attacks like five minutes. He just like Kay sure but like I think he probably just signs on and then when the person says hello shy. Can you hear your audio on King Hero's yes. Can you hear looking? You're handsome. Thank you look at the sketches of those men behind now those are icon of all my God. Those are good choices. You didn't see them in the in the only fans videos that was all I was noticing is making out with the girl. There's a picture of Jack. Nicholson in the shining. I'd love to Ghana. Hey as I get pounded guys gave me so uncomfortable during this Because you guys are very outwardly sexually. Always forget those are kind of back there and I do an interview like what the fuck is so Chad we wanna like walk through your pat your past year. To what led you to now being only fans and kind of like a porn star so okay well I for our for our listeners. Don't know only fans it's Nasr included doesn't really understand the INS and outs of only fan. So could you tell us how that goes down? Who sure can you hear me? Well good so basically only fans is You can post anything on there if I wanted to post workout. You wouldn't be able to see him anywhere unless you paid through the wall. It's everything is hidden behind a paywall. So it's only subscribers. You can't save the content. You can't share it anywhere because it's copyrighted. I can sue your ass so onscreen that in shares to their friends. You're going down. Yeah pretty much. I mean you could probably do that. And I'm not gonNA know about it but if you post twitter or anything like that I'm going to do a DMC a takedown or at my team to take down having taken down in like an hour and if it's too many of us earnings shit like that. I contact my lawyer and go that Shit through litigation aid so if you got ten thousand people paid it. I'M GONNA get my twenty to thirty bucks purview. That shit got so you know what I mean. Yeah chat is it predominantly for porn or you were saying workout video. So what is what is it? You can do that. I mean I put some initially like a couple of workout videos on there but then as people don't go fuck about But is it a porn platform or is it a platform for whatever you want? Yeah because I say fuck out here how happy yourself? How hit up this place. Was you know what I mean is a question? Is it a platform for like anything you want to go into or is it applied for predominantly for born predominantly? It's like I think it's mostly like girls on instagram. That like one show a little bit more but like they want to get paid for like you know you can post on the homepage like. Hey there's a video. I shot if you WANNA see. The extended version saw the extended version for five bucks. But it's predominantly like checks who wanNA show a little bit more. Dudes do want to just show shit that you're not allowed to show on instagram basis. Okay that's like a perfect platform for an instagram model. Who isn't afraid to show like some some booby that way like. I can't imagine the amount of money these instagram models who are willing to you know get a little topless or show like just be naked. I guess and then and then. They had their following move over to this platform. Yeah I mean there's so much money people don't get it like I went for probably being the lowest paid person within the bachelor hierarchy to probably be one of the richest within like two months. So how did they? So how much money if you're willing to share? Are you making now through just only fans not like through Instagram to? I'm almost one hundred grand a month so by next month I will be at six figures per month and now did that. You had sex with before you start. Didn't porn site. You should do porn not anything like I mean. They didn't oppose it. But that conversation never came up with one girl for like nine months. Oh but Yeah it was nothing like that. It was just a it was just after a whole bunch of shit happened with my eggs in February. I lost my sponsors always considered doing it before but then once that should happen. Like nobody's GonNa give me shit. Got Perfectly good reason now. Wait. Let's go back to that that February incident so we were arrested right and then allies yes. I'm confused were they intertwined. It was all it was all kind of related so like I mean I got arrested basically while things one thing. People don't understand that in California if you're let's say you're drunk and you're being allowed Dick you man you're low or it's was somebody you don't know then you just get arrested for being drunk this earlier. But I hadn't drank in two months. I've gone totally clean and I got drunk. You my ex got back together. We dating APP. She got super best and I ended up. I punched a hole in the wall by trump or phone because she kept recording me and Pretty much then from there. One of the neighbors. I guess called the belief so when I came back there waiting for me but because in California if a situation happens in your with someone you're dating and it's between two is considered like domestic something. I forget what the word was. Technically charged me with but like it sounded Oracle. Everyone was like us. The News. An abuser. He deck on the Bachelor. Now there's the proof and I'm like nuts fucking punch a hole the wall like from Oklahoma. You think she. She admitted that you didn't touch her right. She did likely stuff on it. 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Eight hundred thousand people taking charge of their mental health again. That's better help. H. E. L. P. dot com slash. Get it so then when you were hospitalized Chad what was that was that immediately and had is that connected. And how are you feeling now? It was a few days after it was when I got back I was drunk and I stayed after that for like a week is everything is working on. Everything just fucking fell through because of that whole shit you know and yeah just got. Super Dan Stupid Drunk. Start making some crazy instagram stories. Like a news and Shit and then basically hours asleep and the cops came in and literally imbed and I wake up and there's like ten cops in my bedroom and I was like get the fuck out when you doing lake in their like. Are you gonNA hurt yourself like I'm asleep now? I'M NOT GONNA lie. It's bad and people role in your bedroom. No I'm not going to hurt myself. I want to go back to bed at the fuck out of my bedroom so it was. It was some crazy bolster. Wait sorry go is. That was that technically like being. Baker acted like is that why they showed up to your house. What does that mean? Well I mean I saw on noles allowed to post about me right now. And they're like we called and did a welfare check on me call idiots. I'm like yeah you're fucking idiots. That cost seven thousand dollars. Joe Call Him to get me help. Well thanks for the help. Seven brandon suck and medical in like transportation themes you know what I had to go. It wasn't like WANNA come with us. If you need you had go. They rolled them this car to lock me down and I was like zapped me and they're like and I was like. Oh my God you're going to need restraints for sure. These are probably scared shitless of you. Okay one SEC. So would there are people on Reddit? Who were concerned about you and then reported to the cops because they were concerned about them. Your mental health. And that you're gonNA hurt and it's like yeah even if I was what are you GonNa do to stop me around for the rest of my life when this was humbling at least to know that there were random people out there in the world that like wanted to make sure? You're okay this I'm being I get. It's like thank you but like I don't know Mile Things. You can't do anything you can't stop someone from doing something. You're just making their life more difficult by like trying to intervene. That's interesting because I feel like part of me. Agrees with you in the other part of me is like oh at least it's like those things are taken seriously in this world and that people are trying to help others and the cops do show up when somebody is show up and shoot me dog or something like that. You're not I mean how can doing all of this other shoes. Chilin Shih chill share food and water and then she was just really sit in the corner. Like folks you do man haw how you got sober for two months. What drove you to get sober. Just because like whenever so like normally. Whenever I had a girlfriend I would drake stuff you know in an I. I don't ever drink like out like I think the last time I drank out was when I saw you in everybody at like it. Was Your Earth date or something like that somewhere on like Santa Monica Boulevard. That party that Jack was DJ at a downturn birthday okay. Yeah forgot about that night? That was crazy. I forgot I forgot about that part too I. That was the last time. Yeah we all hung out. I guess is a long time ago but like since that's episode. I just don't really go out if I am a drink. I drink a call. It just kind of shell do. Instagram lives and like you fuck around but and I've gained a lot of girls where that spine you know like we have fun. I'm joking laugh but for some reason with that particular exide dated like we would always like she would always get mad at me. Basically for some reason that I don't know when I did. Maybe I made like a rude joke as I do or something but saws like our. I'll stop drinking in just as it's kind of annoying my life to Going to be a long-term little issue. It's not really cosby. A ton of issues but shit like on the bachelor. Obviously I consider that like whoopsie days so you different shows so. When did you decide like can you give us a time line? It's now may twenty twenty. When did you decide? I'm going to be sober. And then at wended only fans come into play in your life. I mean I decided I was going to be sober in like December twenty eighth and then I was sober for two months up until that happened and now I'm not all I do whatever I wanNA do so I'm basically let's that then okay so there is a fight with your ex and then you start drinking again and then you had the the report which lead you to drop a whole bunch of sponsors. And then okay. We'll tell us about your time. Hospitalized like especially since it was against your will and then we'll go to the lack of sponsors. I was only there for like three hours here. Either you know like you to have to talk your way out. Basically I was like man. I mean you got meat so yeah you got hospital. You Got Hospitalized. And then after that was kind of the end all the sponsors because you had to high profile. Upc's sort of well. I think honestly like I was being Kinda told Elma situation by Like bail bondsman. Basically who like deals with a lot of celebrity arrests and stuff it? He said to make a statement on instagram. Which looking back if I haven't made that statement. Instagram is probably in the loss of a native the hurt. I don't know where they would eventually hold myself out. You know what did gear statement said not just have to be like a by us. You guys got arrested for this and Blah Blah Blah like. Nothing really happened. It wasn't as bad as it sounds it kind of made it more high profile by even addressing it man most issues like if you want to go away. Just ignore him. Okay did you. Well I don't know if that's vice arrogant depend on your wish actually. Sorry I'm Chad. Talk now and ask What sponsors did you end up? Losing I mean energy was my main one and then I'd like two or three other just like random monthly ones and I don't even remember what they weren't. Medicare really but. Yeah just after that. They're all just kind of like We're GONNA put cream. Oh fuck you. Cream O'hare nobody try record. After everything happened I still have spent hours recording all their stupid little stories. And then pay me. I'm GonNa make stories like even after my arrest cream o'hare companies still loves me. You were also in real estate. How frequently reworking in that? When you were an ally I mean I probably only did like three open houses but I didn't really WanNa mess around with small piece. Ten million dollar houses like opens and stuff. And it's just you know you'd get like three people come through in half. We're trying to sell you on something so I tried for a while. I try to instagram. I kept thinking. Get Girls to Mike. You Know Orange County. They'd be like Hey I wanna meet him so daddy let him sell your million dollar house but like now all I was like of looking to get a house and I'm like what like rant rip something into like hundred thousand dollar range. Make sure you want to me like ten dollars. That's my commission. Yeah while you're gonNA ask me about. Tv shows thirty fucking hours. So maybe all of these things that happen to you. Our blessing the skies. Because now you're doing something that I think you were meant to do. Maybe I want to know all the details. So let's start with the idea popped in your head to go into porn and moved to Vegas. Yeah I guess I mean that kind of started is just like a side idea in announced like if done workout my ex you know because we were doing some of together I was like. Maybe I'll get a house in Vegas and make like this Mecca like anybody wanted to get not only fans. Because I realized money wasn't there and it started like you know I know you know for a while. I was a dirty average. I would hit on every on instagram. So I've got girls from all across the country with hundreds of millions followers hundred to nine hundred without that I could be like. Hey come to the house gun. All the cameras set up in every room. You can shoot content lab with me. I'll push your brand new on the plans fat platform and then I'll be the reverse. I'll take a percent of everything they earn with like. Here's a free room. Stay for a while and Kinda launch your shit and and I just kind of sending a few times. It blew up to the point where I was like. Oh I gotta do this. Are People leaving like normal like production companies or whatever directors like for porn only fans? Yeah for sure it's like screwing up the actual porn industry because I've worked with like four or five four and stars now and they're all like you make way much more money on this actual porn as you like five hundred dollars for his seeing whereas like I make that shit before five. Am that day. Well we had Blair on Blair. We saw you work with on our podcast about a year ago. And she gave us like the full rundown like like how to suck dig in like how like you get tested and all that stuff like how to have a relationship so is only fans also like you get tested before or is it just like rusting I do. I do like the professional ways like every two weeks. I get tested. Which one time. Because I've only been going on core for two weeks so yeah I'm Hugh Hefner of only fans now. Which is what's what's mind boggling to me is this definitely has to be affecting the real porn industry so much the videos that you sent over her and Chad obviously don't take this the wrong way but they're not they're not high quality videos. They are a video that like people are shooting so the fact that better than ninety nine percent him well people put on only fans says that they. I'm like the middle ground between the porn industry. Where you hired a crew and like somebody just like holding iphone on their buttle. What's crazy is you're it's yeah it seems like it's way easier to produce from a production standpoint then like a full-on Porno. Yeah exactly. I mean all union. I've been doing it onto iphones. I need to buy a couple of cameras in the computer. But like that's all you need transfer at the movie. Move around the clips and shit. No do you think this is going to make the actual Porton Street obsolete. I think it is because I mean it it. I'm kind of like I feel like treading the way to fuck shit up because I'm going to open this thing in Vegas and it's going to like kind of blow up again kind of like if I got so much. I just announcing it right when I actually do it in this country wide like come on down not. I mean it's the new like Hugh hefner studio but it's for foreign basically open to anyone in America. It's GonNa be Kinda crazy. Oh I was under the impression that you already were kind of working there. I didn't know that it wasn't officially opened yet. What do you mean you come on down your in your apartment? Oh so this is not like the house where you're planning on having like different rooms kind of rented out no not rinse it out. Just be an open invitation for people. It's like it's like an influencer house before porn-star Jake like Jake on Youtube. Yeah Team Ten Thousand Square Foot House looking at. It was only one that work because it has to be grand. You know it has to be like absolutely like buying blowing house but it got rented out from underneath so now going to find another one that works gel a former realtor looking corn palace in Vegas. It's gotTa look like a fucking Palace Ching tmz before and there were some porn star. I don't remember her name. Who said that? What you're doing is not revolutionary. And there's a million porn houses like that Shit but she's not right now talk to other stars like No. She's an idiot all right because the thing is coming from mainstream in reality. Nobody's ever done that or in the girls that worked with it almost makes it like it's like softening the sign of Warren. Like if I'm doing it I don't get nice people to do with it. That have never done before. It's like it's not really that big of a deal the already showing your ass on Instagram Navy. Just like I just know that. Like ninety nine for a month is worth is totally worth seeing like you know how big your decades so curiosity you know you. Smile after he goes. Just pull your panties over. I can't you're saying is it worth it or is thank holy worth it. It's totally worth it. Not Go all right. Oh you've been talking about sex along this podcast and parts. X is sometimes getting pregnant and there are a lot of you out there. I'm sure who are interested if getting pregnant is going to be easy thing for. You is going to be a hard thing for you. You're worried about your biological clock. And if you follow me on instagram you know that one of my favorite fertility companies is modern fertility. So it's an incredible female founded company. It's easy and affordable. It's a test that home. That's GonNa test your fertility hormones and you do it and just a fingerprint check they also have a prepaid label and you'll get your personalized results online within ten days. 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And she said she got it as a Christmas gift because it was something that she was thinking about for awhile and her mom got it for her. She found out through it that her levels were a lot lower than she is than the normal twenty nine year old and this changed her plans with her boyfriend And ended their you know their journey to a child into this world? So it's important guys way. Chad do you have a porn name or an only fans name. Is that a thing on all these fans. I already have a porn name. Johnson Chad Porn. No Johnson Chad. So what do you? How do you respond to people who are actual porn stars and them saying that you could never be a formal porn star? I saw a bunch of those comments online and I was like you know people were. I would never hire him for like doing stuff. And I'm like I don't fucking want or need you to hire me. I make ten times. What any porn star makes I make ten times those company like why would they qualify? Just because like you work with a studio your porn star like what makes them have scale. That is different than yours. You don't want them to call me and I gotTA show up so I can choose something for grand like I said a fucking make that before. Breakfast is so much more money. In what undoing. An with my full long term plan is a show. We have shown works right now. Actually have a meeting thirty minutes after this ends About producing the show right here. Executive producer hosts so that works. I want to know more about that but I was actually really curious to know. I mean Chad I worked with you before. Like on alert. I've vineyard producer before. Are you producing the storylines? 'cause the thing that people love about porn different storylines a video you sent over. I could tell. There's there's different scenarios are you sort of producing and directing people and is at your plan when you with the Corn Palace. I mean the porn. Pass it self is more so almost like there's no playboy mansion right now. There isn't a assault one and is kind of like a big opening in this market with somebody that's already like kind of known in the lighting. Get press but it's not necessarily yet. I will apply girls in and I will collaborate with them. Or whatever like WanNa stay at the house unflattering slap on. My people like to be a dirty person that's like thousands upon thousands of people who pay me. I have to provide them content. You know what I mean. It's work at the end of IT FUND. Work but direct. You know all kind of like what are you WanNa do like whatever comfortable with you know. Miles is like at the end of the day. I let them know straight up up front like this business from me. I got thousand people. This is business. You're comfortable with not comfortable with like we do not do. Just let me know and we'll come up with a funny scenario at the start and then I just shoot shit you say that you get tested every two weeks. Do you make the girls get tested. Yeah they'll have like a little testing APPs to super hot. I might be like maybe how you coming up with the idea of where you're getting your are you like watching old corneau's or like where do you get storylines round. Just do what I like album. Almost a masseuse masseur in Oklahoma before I joined the Marine Corps so I was like the Alexa. Let's do some massage ship. A very nice McGraw massage. Everyone out there who want to nice massage with a lot of oil. I would follow Chad Johnson on only fans speaking of that video. How much each video caused. Yeah each video depend upon the length of what's in it but I mean typically it's like five ten bucks you know what I mean like you charge the twentieth unlike also all put like so like I said you guys just like a teeny clip. You don't Wanna be like that massage. Obviously a bunch of extra. She had that car and everything you can think of happy and I was like this will give them a general idea. What's your favorite porn to do? Is it like two girls one girl. Floor dudes anal or your damn. I wasn't even that crazy and realize like I think I only have one threesome before and so doing this one was like the first you know and I was drunk on now After club appearance after the bachelor. So that's like my first time doing that. Like I like doing the massage ones kind of sometimes because like then the girls relaxed. It's Kinda chill like it's like you've got to know each other and I just I don't even know what I like. It really so new man. I have so many questions. How long do know these girls or do you feel comfortable knowing these girls before you jump into bed with them? I mean one of them walked in and was like two minutes professional. Do you since you said you would only really done a threesome before. Is there anything that you haven't done yet or that is uncomfortable to you? Actually 'cause 'cause he's actually seem like you're coming at this from more of a business angle so maybe there things that you don't WanNa do yourself Chad. Well I mean like a timely comments like dude do you and like Brown like just like. That's like asking a Vegan Cook. Like just because I'm cooking doesn't mean I'm going to start cooking steaks though you know what I mean like. I'm doing what I'm comfortable with what I WANNA do at like at the same time trying to give them what they want. Which is like you know. I got a up with a girl. You don't have a lot of male fan so like obviously I gotta get like good shots of me. Actually which you know in a normal orange would be like it'd be like why is the just showing downward camera you have male fans is you've got to get a lot of them are coming to the site for me. They're not coming necessarily thing. So I have only fans dot com slash real chat Johnston which is like me on my Dick in the waffle maker. Do something like that and then also hook up with girls but it shows like a lot of me and I have the other page. Where I'll edit the videos differently. Which is only dot com slash. Alice which is still not the house. It's at my apartment but that without ones where it's like just me and the girl in like if you're if you're one of the bras that would be like Eliot Brown. Your you can go watch that one and not feel weird you know you can watch the Pre Palace. Content are you. Are you ever going to hire video? Kerr to come duties. Probably I really don't think it's necessary though and it just makes it weird. I'm all about like s. The thank you don't have to do. It's almost a better like people like the kind of homemade as long as they can see it and it looks well as well lit like homemade is almost like is totally cool so I just leave better cameras. I think better cameras and I need to buy a computer but I've been lazy when it comes to the when it comes to the palace and you being a big brother alum. Would you ever have like a live stream or you just have cameras in every room? Oh you're thinking about that. Is that your show? That's no that's not the show. That's another aspect though that's a totally nother endeavor innovative Ashley. That's a great idea. Like she get commissioned on the are you. Can you live stream on only fan? You can but I'm working on a separate website right now. I have my developer in the works. And what we're creating is obviously to launch the houses like collapse but we are going to set up cameras in every room of a separate as a certain amount of money to click through the different cameras. What's going on in each room? So we'll be celebrity big brother but like overnight Parni are there are all these porn stars like do they have the sexual drive that they appear to have or as a lot of acting. I said just say sorry I think hang on more in I think said to we all lorries. Kinda down for this comes a different person when we have like these kinds of interesting because they make shit ton of money. Yeah okay so I guess I was asking the opposite of. Lauren are all of these girls as actually act like not active but like I turned on all the time as they appear or are they like acting a lot. I mean I don't really like ask Girls Club that I don't like have interested. Don't have interest in me. You know what I mean like. I'm not I'm not gonNA just be like a come over. And let's film some like super dead-eyed content. You know what I mean. Data so yeah. It's always like most of the time I said one girl walked in with in two minutes with most of the time it's like comment. She'll hang out for a few minutes Chitchat. Talk about how long we been doing this stuff? Go through your clothes and talk about what we WanNa do and then like Dennis just like you know all right. Let's Donna just like having a date. But you're going to film it do you so crazy that Like prostitution is totally illegal. Nine Vegas whatever and then. This is totally legal. It's not illegal if you film it is that that is it makes sense. Though I feel like in this culture that we live in now where it's like consent is such a big thing so if it's filmed I feel like yeah Chad do you. Do you WanNa be with someone one day. And do you ever fear that this would get in the way of that you know. Are you dating anyone now? I'm not dating anyone now but I'm talking to grab a few and the crazy thing is like nobody cares. I I am I was like. Oh my God runoff. All these girls that I've been off and on chat with for four years like they see it like having fun this tweet next week and hang out and they're like sure so it's like a turn on for a lot of the girls you've been talking to. Yeah I guess so I mean and they don't care they know it's work then. I'm making a ton of money so they don't really like you know they know I'm probably not gonna be doing it forever like eventually. The House saw stuff works out. I'll just be executive producing content and I'll probably slide back from doing myself. How does your family feel? Because I know you're really close to your sister. They were at first. They were like what are you doing? I'm ashamed and then I was like Yank fucking money I'm making right now is like I. Could they everything that you're making five times over? You know what I mean like. What would you tell people? How much money you're making. They're kind of like do your thing but we all we all know like obviously having a lot of money is amazing but are. Do you think that you're doing this just for the money or because it's actually something that you want to do chat and that makes you happy or is it just money for you? It's fun you know what I mean like a fun. It would be great to eventually like with these girls fly in and stuff like Oh my God. I met the one flew in the talked. Uber. For years we build stuff. She's amazing but now I'm getting paid to meet all I wanted to be. Yeah so you want to be in a relationship like are you looking for one our now eventually right now just concentrated on building my businesses with all the separate. I mean I guess I got like four different avenues of revenue months coming in in in this industry so I'm just focused on building everything I wouldn't have time to actually date date you know Amplify I just need a little time off after? My last situation hits ration- Chad. I'm going to be honest. I'm a little nervous about asking question but I also want to. How is your mom feels? She found this out. He's watching. You put care yes. Yeah Yeah I want to be a man so I don't think my Mama care if I'm doing porn moustache certainly fill in the role. I know I never like. Did you pull a t song your stash or something like I've never seen a grown out that much. What does that? He's make your like your eyelashes eyebrows grow. It's for ladies occasionally. I'll fuck within color but this is this is just natural right now like you Gotta. Tom Celik situation. She will talk Celica right now. Pilot Porn like your airplane. I also like that. What about a real estate agent porn learn? There's tons of the idea. I'm not gonNA give you any of my ideas. I'm to charge you for mind but I have attached if you WANNA call me after the girl in the other room right now so. We're getting ready to film as soon as this is wrapped around really really easy to do. This is the bedroom the pet down payment. You guys. We're throwing up questions like we don't have another twenty minutes with them. It's twenty minutes okay. Jeff Okay all right so you have a film that is coming up in about twenty minutes. How many times a day can you go is ideal for you? Well I mean you. Don't I mean it depends a? Is there an ending shot? You know what I mean. Yes there's an ending shot. I don't know I haven't done like an all day. Shoot with anybody yet. Maybe three or four does like you know how some I would say. All people maybe have insecurity surrounding performance. Especially men does that. Is that higher now because of you know what you're in it's in it's a little like you can always get ard right. Things is like this. You can't just like finish in two minutes. You're giving look like an idiot. Been Thousand Dollars. Lie You here and I'm done feels like a lot of pressure Chad. There is a little bit. That sounds like a lot of pressure on the bachelor is like once you stop yourself from obviously like ending if your body is almost like not today. Then then it's like lot of work obviously. Is You have to get that like seen. What do you think of when you have to control yourself Nothing I just stop for a second edit that little section out oh you just stop. It's not like go grandma baseball. That would get me off. Did you think of Grandma Lauren? Yeah to make it. Stop only during sex lauren. Zoology we'll do it. Not Me makes you think he say you to keep going. Yeah Okay Okay so okay. Is it hard to get girls to leave to get to know a girl's body to really kind of like make it work sometimes are you? Are you having this kind of discussion beforehand? Are you figuring out on your own as the film roles or they faking most of the time just you know I mean? I don't think so but then again like I mean I'm kind of been pretty good at for a long time. It's it's just up to kind of like reading them reading their body and few techniques and stuff like that. Can you give us some techniques for all of our male listeners? Which is like two percent. If you can't do it with your obviously Dick you gotta do with your hand. Which is like. There's nothing you can really do. Something can't get off using your day than you. You know the your problem you know. So there's this way. I'm like so confused by that answer. What did you say? I'm saying if you can't if some girls just can't get off their sex. You know what I mean. Yeah so so what do you? Yes options left right then. Obviously your hand to your mouth or whatever I'll sometimes but then spun the video because if it's not about her getting off like sorry so right so you flyer girl in it's a girl you're interested in You said that like one time it took maybe two minutes. But what is your like she staying with you? Do you have dinner and then shoot the next day you go over script like how can you just walk us through the whole process from when she land the process you sure? Kim thanks trod? I'm sure can so annoying. Yeah pick up from the airport. No Uber Yes. See the thing is like I'm always afraid of like I've had some grows like You fly here and I'm like no because what if I got there then you were like. I don't WanNa do it or the change your mind if I fly you here and for any reason you changed your mind Gad. Best but like at least I lost money and not money and you know what I mean. I strive to put as little as time into it. Until they're here is like possible interest like texting and getting to know him and all that type of stuff right but how important is female satisfaction and your videos and real life. I mean a real life. It's important in the video sometimes. Not so much because I haven't really done any like a female worship type thing you know what I mean like. I think that'd be really that would be a good idea. Absolutely is there. I was going to ask. There's comments underneath your videos. If there's any fan feedback from like ladies and seeing what they wanna see from you. I mean I've gotten a bunch of stuff a lot of people than asking for more like images of me during like collaborations and stuff you know what I mean. I mean my solo account on the real Chad Johnson Dot Com. When I get a lot of like this one a lot of asked tough are you. What's your grooming technique before video? They get pissed if I like. You Know Tremblor Shave anything most of the time so I like obviously when I have a real girlfriend like I wanna be like clean cut in Trimdon portions. Shaved like they'll give me hell they'll be like no we want you. Harry Bro Man. How do you? I'm always so curious. Hold on one second. I thought are freaking out. We can meet us. We can meet us. Ask Ask Chatham always curious to know like different men's preferences on female hair not and I'm stating now not that it matters obviously winking grow or not grow or do whatever they want but I always. I'm curious like what what you like. Dislike nothing down there s me. Obviously I respect people who have to say that is I know I refer to the girl's house with they had like landing strips often stolley fine whatever understanding personal preferences like nothing there. You know what I mean but the hit your last question the saying like when they get here and stuff like normally like. I'm meet him outside. Walk in order food or have a drink or something. You know what I mean just Chit Chat for a couple of minutes and just try to make it as possible. Because I'm not a porn director. I'm not a porn set. You know what I mean like. It's just like the dude from a bunch of reality shows that like decided to take a crazy rap and half of them were like Holy Shit. This is crazy shows. And I'm like that since all right tab. So let's pretend you're porn palaces already bought put together if you could have in in your dream pro porn world bachelor star female and one Bachelor Star Male that you would get to the house and create a video. Who would it be just okay? Yeah answer that question pinned together and then like no no not together. Okay just like Bachelor Star. Would you love to see a porn from other? No the one girl Jenny delany way national. I keep saying her name. She's like. This motherfucker was on our season like her or Cassie or I already did with Caitlin Clemenceau functionalize. Welcome make some money. Standard shells calling people out now. We already knew that she tried to deny shit. Like I didn't even want to put it out there. But she look stupid so I have like do that whole thing. So your dream three some would be with cassie and then this girl. Jenny who have no idea that is so okay bruce. Sure why Jenny. If we don't know who she is. So is this somebody like strucure action early on just my type you know. Yeah she was on our is Susan and I actually GonNa fly out there zero one time but apparently like the day before us was fly out there and book my flights. She don't like back with her boyfriend. So it'd like to insulin stuff who knows where my life had that work down you know. She was eliminated early on right. Yeah thanks so like episode two three. How is the World Situation Affecting Your Business Senior Plan? Because we've talked about you flying women out multiple times were in a pandemic. So how is that affecting what you're trying to accomplish? It was kind of a pain in the ass because like some girls so like initially before. I even started doing this. I asked if they would collab- had all these rose him scrambling and stuff and they're like. Yeah Yeah but when it came time to the like earl co the and I'm like just there on a mass the toilet seat you know but but so now. I'm having to wait right now. Obviously because some of most of them there's probably like ten of waiting on like you know ten most beautiful women ever. Kinda like wait. That classic Porn Star Look with like the big lips and big titties. I'm more of just like You saw the girls. I talked about like very hometown. Girls just regular girls yet and a lot of like why me. I don't have huge foods thing that you can't kill me. Have any men approached you because okay I reference Jake Paul team ten. You know you at a bunch of people live in a house documented blocked everything and that's sort of that's like a concept right. It seems like you're doing that through only fans have guys approach you to sort of join in on this on the no not yet. But I wouldn't let anybody yet. I mean it's it's supposed to be like a if you want to feel comfortable. I don't want a bunch of random dudes like in the house. You know what I mean girl there who's GonNa like in charge of taking care of everything setting the girls up in it. Came up from the airport makes comfortable like I'm it's it's like I said it's like a playboy mansion style like after thing whereas like I'm the after dude but like not in a creepy way. I just like it's my house. It's my thing it's my business venture you come there and I'll help you out but like you know you're going to sign up under my program. I'm GONNA take a little cut from launching you. Do you have any safety guidelines do use protection or any of that stuff or do you make sure they like shower right before or on birth control because you could have a little Chad Johnson. I mean more casting or any of that. We do testing but I haven't been using condoms just making sure everybody tested Ever been doing the shower thing but I assume they showered out shower right before he knows are you are do you ever fear. Someone's you're going to impregnate someone. That's a little scary. Yeah for sure. wonder got B Few girls were porn stars. So I'm assuming they wouldn't. There's gotTa Even need to ask them like you'd have precautions to ask but almost necessary at the same time exactly. Yeah I mean the main thing is you do. Is You just get like a consent video as we dating like? Yes we both consent doing this and you get there s contests and still covetable obviously Something Bucket Weird you full. The breaks you know is that I feel like I have all my questions about feeling. I'm feeling satisfied fulfilled. Yeah S are how much since you're taking percentage out. How much are the women that come to work for you or work with you taking away Like right now so I get Eighty percent on fans. But I'm working with like on my page where it's only going to be a ten percent cut that I would get minus costs processing being honest of Southfield. They'd only be like they beginning ninety percent. I'll be getting like three percent of whatever after I split with my developer and the processing merchant processor fees. You know how people look at porn and they're like this isn't real life or whatever. This isn't really sexes. I like only fans. Now you have a chance to show what it's really like but has anyone taking any performance enhancing drugs or south like in in these videos. Of course I mean should I get sometimes I get nervous papa? Seattle's or something just to have. Why not you know what I mean like a need it but like if you have it obviously added in there a little nervous about like you know is going to be a twenty minutes. Seen thirty minute like shirl take it because it would be a little bit fucking annoying if you didn't get art. Leaner whatever s gaining. Sorry go ahead. Yeah no no. That's a good question. A lot of people. Everybody doesn't in the industry and I'm not in the industry but like I guess I know are in the industry waiting women. Yeah what are they taking earl steak PGA girls? Don't think that's the great girl. Okay you probably don't need. That's what I was asking before I was like. Are these girls really like this excited? Sure they not all the time. But I'm sure more than the average human I think. That's the most common misconception. I think like almost every woman and I'm curious coach out of you. Find out from them what they're taking. I don't think anybody's taking so you. They just take or fake. I guess so. I mean it's finding that you can take. Yeah y'all some tiny clips a mind but like there's nothing my crazy going on very good. Looks like you're just watching me and my girlfriend but was like really good angles. No okay well. I guess my last question is that you're kind of ahead of the times when it comes to only fans and being reality star going into this if more and more continue to follow your path. How are you going to stay relevant? I'll always stay relit figured out. Let me tell you this. The next girl that gets cut on the bachelor you get caught on episode one or two. I'm going to be in Vegas with this south. Yes where you're going to go. You got no followers. You probably not going to got called for Bachelor in paradise to you WanNa make ten grand morrow and potentially make like twenty thirty grand a month with the rest of your life down and that's bake sale pitch every single ended on. Thank you for sure. Everybody know that all my stuff. That Chad judge DOT COM or for the regular non wanting to see me alone in the kitchen. People only dot com slash palace. The Dick on the waffle maker. Go to that one. I've chatted was so great seeing you. Thanks for joining us. I missed much. Michelle to it'd be up when you're in La. I've been outright. What do you mean beyond what the Puck okay? That was hilarious that ways so I opening he. There's now I mean there's obviously like of I was going to be one of those people problematic things and what are you said it. I I enjoyed the RAW. The Ear Candy Child is I always respected. How he's always unapologetically himself and he doesn't really he just doesn't care what people he'd never filter themselves. It's really crazy. Yeah no matter. How many legal. Whatever if people could slap on him for saying the wrong thing he's not changing and I think he's lying to himself about a couple of things I think like it makes him sad the way his family and probably isn't fully condoning this but I also not part of the family. So I don't really know but I think we're hearing the bright side. I mean this is also the very beginnings of things so for me. It's like okay. Well let's see what actually happened. It sounds good now. I mean it sounds like concept. It's it really. Sounds like playboy mansion version of only fans. So I'm really curious to see like work goes and if any of you have seen videos let us know if you? I'm curious who who's tuning in you know. Well well I mean that that's what it was. It is what it is and it was very entertaining. It was very informative and I feel like Lauren. I feel like you're kind of into this list. Lorries definitely you interested in these Ernie thing. I think it's fascinating because I I understand the lure but I wouldn't do it personally. I think it's very interesting and also chat. I've always thought he was the funniest person ever. He's so raw and so unfiltered and to like a crazy degree. But that's why I remember when we thought that you guys could be together. Yeah there's some energy between crash and burn as human beings other Lauren's dangerous side out during that interview. I'm like Oh God says all right. That was fun that was by is is we love you guys follow the facebook group in. I don't get a podcast. I'm at NODS PARIAHS AT Lorne A. I am on the facebook group. We have a poll for the sutras. It'd probably be over by then but very good content. Everyone probably won't be over by then because we might be having the guys on next little okay earn. Cast your vote. We've been getting so much feedback while I have specifically to my instagram. So we might do a top to we weren't gonNA but maybe we'll do top top torn between to think okay Lauren. Your dogs dying in the background. Can we get him help? He's just coughing often. We gotta go all right. We love you guys by.

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Loni Lost Love

The Dignified Bastard

1:10:15 hr | 1 year ago

Loni Lost Love

"Piece all the beautiful people on the planet this David the, uncrowned king promoting my podcast dignified bastard. Now that naming itself is an oxymoron because I'm sure many of you out there have never encountered a dignified bastard. Well, you're welcome. We're GONNA be talking about everything for movie with us to current events to album reviews, classic albums, and all that other crazy stuff that kind of goals around the globe when the day-to-day basis nothing is really off table here I'm going to really try to not step on anybody's toes, but that's GonNa be Kinda hard because I have verb feet. Psych our asked ten. Anyway. Thank you for plugging in Tony in into the dignified bastard podcast in advance because I know that you guys going support and I know that you're just GonNa be so eager to listen to me sit in my underwear base. Peace Peace. Beautiful. People in welcome to another episode of the dignify Bastard Podcast I'm David Crowned King. Thanks for listening. Thanks for tuning in the beautiful thing about all this is. I can do this. You can't see me I can't see you. You might be naked right now you might be. But. I also could be naked drinking coffee. You know what I mean with some Slip Resolve. And that's not a confession by the way I'm just saying that those are some of the possibility but I do I do have a bit of confession Anybody. That knows me not them a real big hip hop fan right like I love hip hop I was immersed in that. Culture of coming up in the nineties you know. So it's a huge part of my upbringing A. it's a huge part as to why I, think I'm as cultured as I am if I if I may to more to to. You know but I got a confession. In Actually You know this is going to surprise a lot of people that know me right 'cause you know a little bit bag run. I was born in the great state of Louisiana shot out to Louisiana Down Right. But. Being. From Louisiana and spinning the first thirteen. Years of my life down there. And constantly going back still having family down there being very tidy connected to that culture down there. I've never. I just want to make this clear. is now because of you know. Me Now. But I've never listened to a little busey album. I've never done it. You know anthem. and. Building up the confidence to. Listen to. Some little Busey, I'm getting there. You know what I mean I haven't. You know I think white meat down as far as. I made it. You know I was with about ten years ago I think white me down was maybe I'm not sure. but you know I was there for the blame fling masterpiece appear you know I was there for let You know so. You know don't don't throw to mini rocks at me. You know I've never I've never really had the desire. To listen a little busey in the reason why I bring up little Busey. Is because you know he just got into a little bit of an issue because he was wearing a cap of shirt. I think he had on. The red with the letters. From. The kappa. Fraternity, right. I'm not a fraternity guy. So you know I don't know anything about that. But you know he was getting into a little bit of a a beef. I guess. Online because you know people were saying, Hey, take that sweater off. You know you're not a part of that culture. than. It ended I you know chace was Fi. I, get it I get it. You know 'cause. On the one hand. You got you got somebody who hasn't pledged right and as far as what I know that's like a big deal that would be the equivalent. Of A. See Walking. You know on a competent black. In the crypts whatever you know what I mean like. You know if please forgive me if I'm reaching but. I think that's the equivalent right? Ally You know. Sewing. Up at a Shaolin Temple dressed like a month and you know you don't speak Chinese or whatever you know what I mean like. Nobody, should do to. Way. But. Bussi. Bussi fire some shots back. He said, Hey, you know what? I WANNA wear. You know. Basically Damn. y'All John Kiss. My Ass. As basically what Busey said. In. I saw follow of video with. A. Brother. Shout brother be next and a Dallas I believe I detector somewhere. But. The next said you know it was good that? Busey made another video saying hey. You guys. Do you little I think the dance, they do the little routine called the Shimmy. You know. They do that they perform that to white me down. So we say, Hey If you guys. Or going to. You know get on my back jump on my back from wearing the sweater an APP pleasant or whatever. Not, being a member of that fraternity. The least you can do is show me. How to do the semi now that was you know that's pretty though because you know. You know how things could have. Gone. In particular situation, you know what I mean it could have got ugly. You know and there were a couple of words. Couple of shots fired but nothing too serious. But you know finally he came back you know say hey. If. You guys don't want me to wear a sweater and you're gonNA continue to your little routine to my song the least you can do. Right the least you can do. Is. Show. Me How to do the song I mean do do the dance the shaming You know. So I thought that was pretty dope. But. Let me just say this. Going back to my original statement, my original confession I'm don't really try. To listen to some, Busey, may I just you know NASA anything about the brother? You know what I mean? The mall of success in the world I just you know just never really was a Busey guy man never really had the desire to really listen to his museum line like I. Say I know white me now. You know from you know being in clubs and stuff back in the day but that's about it. You know. Just never. Really. He wasn't on my radar you know. But You know it is what it is but Excuse me one of the interesting things. About doing these podcasts is that we can. pull material or subject matter topics from social media. You know twitter facebook instagram you to have you have you. So that's what we tend to do a lot. You know as podcasters. And Along with the little busey story. I saw something on twitter that. Kinda raised my eyebrows a little bit mainly raise my eyebrows. It was the Lonnie. Love comments. I believe she made these comments yesterday on her talk show the real that she does like a man seals. what is it? To me. Maori you know one of the girls from sister sister. And mother you know young ladies of whatever show. GotTa be Honest Confession I. Have Never watched it. I've. Caught snippets. But I've never never had the desire to watch it. But. I saw these comments you know. And You know unlike a lot of people. You know All social media. That shows to Leija's. ripper apart. I just Kinda. WanNa take. Take a look. Unpacked, was she saying you know? And Examine you know where these comments might have come from you know because. She made a lot of strong statements. She ruffled feathers. In of course. There are some people who Greed in they disagreed you know but we just going going to play a little bit of it. All right. We'll play a little bit of what she says. We can put. All right. All right. Here we go. Do Think. They really don't know how. Faithful relationships. Because they have money because they have Howard that they can shrink. The WARTBURG. Because what is happening is that still doing with? Slavery. Slavery. Broken up. Leeann. All right. Well. Money love is basically saying that Black man dogs. Keno in that, we really don't have an idea Know. How faithful in relationships? Okay. She she prefaces the comments by saying you know. Well. I don't speak for the black community wellness love. Let's say this. when you? Begin. A. tarry. The way you you know beginning by prefacing. You're following statements with. I don't speak for the black community. By default. You automatically speak for the entire black community you know. It is what it is. You know what I mean and you have. That kind of platform. Okay. You have that kind of platform and you begin a statement like that. I'm sorry you already in the mix, you already become the mouthpiece for the entire black community by default whether you intend to do. You know it just it is what it is. You know what I mean you've gotta deal with it. Now she said that. I don't think a lot of black men really know how to have true faith relationships and then she goes on to say they think that because they have money because they have power that they can treat women any kind of way, and that is something that we need to work on period. Okay. This is the problem. You know this is the problem. One of the many problems that we have with the blackmail black female dynamic. Okay. But. You know I was taught to be a very good listener. Not me growing up down south. We have these colorful colorful colloquialisms about damn near everything you know and your grandmother. Uncle Auntie somebody has probably told you if you from the south that you need to. Shut up and listen more ask the reason why you have to ears and one mouth. Now. Me Mice Mart asked again hearing when I was a kid you know used to be like well, I can't eat through my ears ain't that the purpose of. You know of course. I. Never said this out loud because I probably would have got slapped into next week you know so. Chill, just thinking in that speaking anyway. She says money and power does not mean that you can just do whatever you want to do. That is a very peculiar statement because in the system of. Patriarchy. Imperialism colonization where white powerful men. Exuded power and control. These are some of the attributes dead they portrayed. They exhibited those attributes and since we are closely connected to that community. What do you think is going to happen if I have a cold? In the room with people who have code constantly and I'm. Coughing. and. Sneezing. Touching Shit. Without putting hand sanitizer on a washing my hands. Okay. Eventually, I'm going to. Infect, those are the people in that room with my germs bacteria. And this is what has happened to our community. I think. that. Being in contact with people who exhibit some of these behaviors that we test and that we hate we became just like them. We became carbon copies of them. Now I know this is stretch for a lot of people here. Okay. But the truth is the truth. Now you have two types of truth you know. This is what I've learned. You have an absolute truth and you have a relative truth now an absolute truth. Is GonNa work all around the board all across the world. It doesn't matter. The circumstance is just GonNa work. If you throw something is usually gonna come back now that's an absolute truth. Okay. Now a relative truth. Is. Fill up a balloon with helium. And I let it go usually things that. Come back down but at balloon is obviously not going to come back down. Right away. Until you get popped or the helium runs out. Okay. So that whole thing about something being thrown up and coming right back now. Does not. Work in that instance which makes that relative shoes if you can understand hope I explained it correctly but. She goes on to you know say, well, it's is because Now. We are still dealing with the point of slavery and we are the descendants of slavery. Okay Here she is again. Making A. Very General. You know point. Okay and she's brushing with. A. Very. Large Brush. He's taking some broad strokes. World she's damages throwing paint on the canvas. Okay and this is the issue. This is the issue because. You have women who have these platforms. Point. They make it a point. To. Vocally, bash black men. You know as if this is somehow going to help the situation now. Miss. Lonnie love is seems to me. That you've been hurt. And he wasn't hurt by earl the ups guy it seems like you would hurt by somebody in Hollywood because you said money power does not mean that you can just do whatever you want to do. There's not a lot of brothers out here. You know. WHO HAVE MONEY AND POWER You know who just dog and women you know by the hundreds. You know that's just not happening. That is very unrealistic is natural. You know. So it sounds to me like, Ms Lonnie love or should we call her Lonnie loss? Love you know what I mean? Has Been Hurt by a brother in Hollywood who did wrong now? Could it be that you? Just made she a bad decision. As we do. This part of human. Existence is part of our characteristics. As humans we make bad decisions sometimes. I. Think. That's what happened. You ran into a guy. You feel form your kicked four little while things didn't work out maybe he cheated maybe he tweeted juwan fairly maybe he verbally abuse I'm not. I'm not sure what the details are and I'm not. You know speculating I'm just saying Iran to somebody. who wasn't a person for? You know there were some. -bility issues. Okay and I think when this happens. WOMEN WHO decided to say, well, you know black man ain't shit. As light. Okay. All right. Got Hurt by let's say three guys. Now all of a sudden. The entire. You know droves. The entire butch the entire crop. Black Man. Ain't you got a problem with that. I really do because once again we're neglecting and we're negating the fact that we live within a system. That is already been put in place. There was not conducive to what I. Traditional ancestoral traditions were okay. Now. There's been arguments back and forth there been discussions about polygamy as far as Africans are concerned, you know Dating. Back to the days of you know came for Egypt and whatnot and whatnot? Nubia Kush Via You know west African traditions and whatnot. But. I'm not going to go there right now. Okay. Because we know that we should know that polygamy is cultural. You know and a lot of times over. There's well, there were a lot of arranged marriages but they married for different reasons. These were entire families there were coming together. Okay. One family might say, Hey, you know we have an acre of land. That, you have a multitude of Goat's. Wouldn't it be wise for us to get together your goats in grays off the land we can eat some of those goats. Everybody's happy full you getting along your daughter can marry my son and boom. We got one big. Happy. Family village. But over here, you know things were a little different. You know things didn't work out that way. Do you know families were broken. You know there was a lot of illegitimate kids out there. You know whatever I. Wouldn't the presidents? Thomas Jefferson you know had a a slave. By the name of Sally Hymning you know what I mean so. You know slavery was a multi layered. System, it was. It was a lot of things going on that damaged be no the family fabric of black folks in America. You know. So to nail it down. Completely. The idea that money and power does not mean that you can do whatever you want to do. To Black Man, just not knowing how to be faithful. In relationships. I. Think it's total bullshit I really do. You know I think she really dropped the ball and. This is another fine example of. Business. Our in house business being put out into the streets. You know she's she's taking her platform. She's taken her opportunity to get some views some likes you know whatever caused a little static. You know put all of that out onto the streets. And stuff like this ways on the psyche of people you know because we have a very. Rich. A very authentic. Colts a rule. You. Know. Experience that we should be, we should be celebrating. Okay we should be celebrating everything that we are. Everything that we've done. You know the achievements of our ancestors, the achievements that were making now. All of this should be celebrated. Right now this that be the focus this should. This should not lord over the top of everything you know that we've done as a community they should. You. Know you've made some bad decisions based on whatever you know. And it is what it is. This is. Why you just can't. Say What you want when you want. You know every idea that I've had. Said them verbally. I'd probably be dead man right now. You know what I mean. I wouldn't have made it this far life. Really you know. You just can't. I don't think that's a wise idea. You know why have a camera in front of me? Have Thousands of people listening viewing right now. So guess what I'm going say this. This is that. You know the the comment that Cayenne made about George Bush during hurricane. Katrina. That's different. That's that needed to be said somebody needs to say that. You know so. This is not bad. You know like I said this is. An opportunity for her? To keep her personal feelings about. The hurt that she has gotten in relationships out of the public view. Okay now, if you WanNa talk about the black man and the black woman as far as the family dynamic concern on a bigger platform like the real great do that. But don't chop brothers Bam simply because you've been hurt by somebody with some money muscle mighty with some power. Okay because that's not the majority of us. Now. True be told and the truth should always be told there are some guys some brothers out here they trash. They trash she you know what I'm saying that's that's kind of what it is. Any chance that they can get to hurt a woman they're going to do. Because of whatever? Reasons, but you can't nail it down to you know man black man. They really. Don't know how to have true faithful relationships answer related to slavery. No Lonnie you just. You can't do that. Now, I can see the very loose correlation I can see the very loose connection. But to completely disregard all of the factors. That's a big. No no, that's a big. No No. You know. You would think that somebody you know with. Somebody would that kind of platform who's been afforded that type of opportunity would know a little bit better but see once again, we have to look at the we have to look at the setup you know what I mean don't just look at the knockout blow look at the Footwork Look The jab liquid, the placement of the punch you know what I'm saying she's on a panel with other quote unquote women of Color. You know. Thing one is Latino when his as in you know so. There representing A. MOTOWN. Dynamic. Okay. So you know the poor lowly. Sister you know is there for way she? She's there for the comic relief she's you know Lonnie love a comedian. You know. So she's witty. She's snappy. She's funny. You know what I mean so. When she made the statements you know now this is not this is no longer funny. This is no longer being funny. This is her being you know. The Voice of Truth Voice, of reason Olis' listen to the black woman because you know. She has to be so many things. So what she's saying is going to hit a little bit different same thing with Whoopi Goldberg on that show with those older you know white women. Same thing she's usually saying the smart snappy. Comedic stuff but every now and then she spits a little vitriol. You know they all looking at her like. You know what I mean right there. So you know overwhelmed. In those moments and I think this was one of those moments for Lonnie. A man seals and she's you know being like her hype. Her high woman in the background. You know. And I'm not and this is not to say. that. You know she didn't. She didn't make a good point. Okay. This is not to say that I'm not saying that she didn't make a good point but. When you make it so absolute. Would you make it so Direct You know. You're almost is if you're excluding everything else. You know I mean Amanda d attractive. Jumping there and say you know something about welfare reform and You know. Set the sixties and seventies you know and how different things played into the hand of the black family dynamic be broken apart dust leading men being a little. Way As far as their dealings with their families women but. She completely you know. took the reins back from Amanda. When she tried to you know she tried to take reins and she you know she fodder and she got him back and she said, well. No started talking about Kevin Hart his cheating. Joe Button some light, and I'm like. Once. Again. You know. You're you're making some very bad. You're using some bad examples either not your average everyday people. Okay. Kevin Kevin Hart's life much different from mine I notice hard to believe. Because from the sound of my voice, you would think that I'm living in the lap of luxury. You really would. You would think that I'm having a great time of life. I took my wife and my family to Italy a few weeks ago you know wrote a hot air balloon you know in all this fantastic stuff but that's just not the case you know the average. Black Person America's is not living the life of Kevin Hart not even the life of a job bud. Okay. So for her to use these guys examples, I, think. It's Kinda Shitty I really do you know what I mean? I think that she really needs to. You know. Just. Think before she speaks. In that make a blanket statement like that. You know. Scoop. She doesn't need that she doesn't even do that. You know. She did. Troop. She did speak some true. You know and to say that she you know she completely went off the grid. I'm not GONNA do that. She did big some true but. Her tactics. You know hurts her tactics were way way off and of course, those platforms and those Opportunities do not afford anybody to have statistics in front of them. You know books and you know all this Dan are they don't have charts and you know graphics that they can use and stuff like that but it's like come on. Come on you gotta you gotTa do a little better. You GotTa do better. You know. Somebody's coffee again. And I ain't gonNA. Are. Nice looking woman. She's you know she's A. BB W she's very voluptuous. And You know she's a drag that she's an attractive woman you know so. For her to kind of you know jump out the window liked. These statements. Come on man. But Hey you know. Once, again. She's doing. She's doing the dance for. Him. An industry that is controlled by you know, Caucasians? So. This is This is her attempt. Or this is this is her chance to you know. I guess even the playing field a little bit. You know because criticism from our. Caucasian counterparts. We know that there that's going to constantly be they're not going anywhere. Okay, and they can claim ignorance see that's the beauty. Of White Privilege and of being white in America you can. Well I had no idea you know. You can always say. I didn't I didn't know I didn't know you know but. US. You know we don't. We don't get that luxury. You know she doesn't get the luxury of making comments like that, and then coming back and saying, well, you know, I, don't think it was a big deal. You know I didn't know and once again, this is the problem with Aaron dirty out in public. Aaron our dirty laundry out in public. You know. Do you remember growing up. And having your mother or your grandmother your on t tell you. Hey. What happens in this house stays in his house because everybody in the streets everybody in the neighborhood, they don't need to know your business. You know but you know we live in a different time. Now we live in a much different time. Everybody is into everybody's business and they have an opinion about it. You know you just you're not going to be stop people from having opinion about. Shit that don't even concern though. You know. So it's a double list war. It cuts both ways and it really really sucks. Because the things that we should be concerned about the things that we should be concerned with. We're not. Okay and they know this. Laughed, episode spoke about that Pyramid, of Control I spoke about that period of power and you know Lonnie love she she is a puppet for one of the layers of that pyramid. She's a puppet for for media. That's what the real is. A form of media is an extension of the media machine is a tentacle. On that monster, okay that Meteo Monster you know with tentacles that go in all kinds of directions. She's in there. She's in there. This is what she does for a living. On that show. You know. Because I can't tell you. Even though she's a comedian. I can't repeat to you one lana loves. I. That say she's now funny but I know her. From being on the real. You know and isn't it ironic? The name the showed the real really. What's so real about it? You know what? So real about it? Already to already do is talk about. Celebrity guys of this data at third and it's like. That's no real. The the majority of Americans that celebrities that's a very smart people. You know, but we make them larger than life. We give them these platforms we give them These grandiose stages and we treat them like Superhero. We really do you know When there's a teacher in a public school in Detroit data is working with students who you know. Probably coming to school hungry. Came really you need. You know clothes are dirty and she still encouraging them that they can do it. Those are the real superhero. The real super. You know because that's the teacher may know the truth about what black men and black I'm sorry. Black boys and black girls are facing. You know coming down the line and she still encouraging them. Okay. She. Doesn't she? She's not thinking tour of. Little Jabari is going to grow up and get money and power cheat on his wife or his girlfriend and treating any kind of way he wants to. Know She's not she's not doing. Because She's more concerned about him being a productive member of society. And if little, Jabari does somehow acquire money and power and he decided to cheaper cheat on his wife or girlfriend that has nothing to do with black men not knowing how to be faithful or truthful relationships that means Little Jabari's as it's made a bad decision. Simple simple as that he made a bad choice. In. It's So necessary that we get out of the mindset of accepting. You know things like this. This is this is where this is kind of like an extension. You know this is a branch. You know or leave off their branch of toxic masculinity now bullshit. Okay. That's what this is. You know when when we accepted that. When when when the first person to coin phrase? Coined it. People started repeating it. It was over. It was over. Because nobody's saying, Hey, you know. These are just some people. Some guys making some bad decisions Nobody's saying that. Everybody was quick to say types of masculinity. This is toxic masculinity. Okay. Let's. Let's. Let's look at his whole thing. Because there once was a time. I'm old enough to remember this. There was a time when. All you would see on TV were these cop shows Hunter Magnum Pi T. J hooker. You know. He will see all these shows like Miami. Vice Okay. where These these men were doing macho things that were being cops they were you know taking down drug dealers, they were you know sex in. Beautiful attractive women they were driving fancy cars dressing nice clothes. Okay there was getting shot at and they were doing some shooting you know back at the perpetrator and. Nobody wants nobody wants popped up and say, Hey. Their behavior is toxic. This must be toxic masculinity because they were falling in line with the status quo that had already been set in place, which is that why guys with guns? Are The Poster boys for Masculinity in America. The poster boy for being might show in everything heterosexual for men. You know. I don't care what kind of man you were. They were the poster boys. They were the models. For Masculinity. So if you were Latino kid if you were a black kid. You need to be modeling yourself after William Shatner or Tom Celik David Hasselhoff somebody you know saying Don Johnson. You know, of course, Philip Michael Thomas was on that show as well but you know. You know the hip black guy that would say some cool shit from time to time in every nine, and then he might get him a little trim. You. Know for the most part for a long time in entertainment. The model for masculinity were white guys period. And I don't recall anybody ever saying that. Hey. What they're doing for the behavior that they're exhibiting. Is Toxic. This is toxic masculinity. Nobody ever said that. Okay. But we don't look at things through a historical Lens. It constricts out view. Okay. We don't get a wider. Picture you know it's kind of like. You had a smaller TV. He was watching the basketball name you really CONC- Michael Jordan on the other end of the court plan defense you know. But when you got bigger TV, you can see the entire court you see Michael Jordan. Scottie Pippen Toni Kukoc folks you can see bill car, right you can see Horace Grant. You can see the whole squad on the floor at the same time, but we are still looking at these issues through very small scope. And it's hurting us. Because supposedly this is twenty twenty and when what is twenty twenty right is is is Vision is great vision but if the great vision can only focus on one damn thing, you might as well be blind. You might as well be blind if you got twenty twenty and you can't focus, you gotta be able to focus. And, focusing on the wrong thing will only make that particular thing grow and expand you're going to magnify. Okay Wherever your attention goals. That's where energy flow. Wherever your attention goes. That's where energy flows wherever you pay attention to. Is it going to get larger? Is going to get. Larger. In it's just how it is. You know. So we're giving all this attention to the issue of. The comments that Lonnie love me. Okay. So. The backlash is already started. She's getting ripped apart on twitter. You know she'll probably come back in and have a rebuttal statement or make an apology. Okay. But once again. You know. She already put those words into the either we noted this is how she feels. You know I've even seen some pictures on the Internet of her some White Guy and he's supposed to be like your boyfriend or whatever. Okay. So. You got cheated on. You got dumped power with so what it happens. There are some things that are directly linked to slavery in some some things that are just not. Just not linked. So for you to make. Dan Loose Connection Miss Love. was a very poor thing to do in front of the entire world. But Hey. If I had the platform, I would probably say some things that a lot of people would disagree with as well. You have to speak your truth now your truth. Your particular exclusive truth. You know and in a roundabout way. I'm sure. Has You. Know maybe. One iota to do slavery as a whole. But if you, WANNA. Make that connection. Hey, by all means. But like I said. You ran into a cat. Who did you dirty? As they tended to. Okay But it is what it is. Some Gaza trash he are. You know. Some guys attract. I'm not GonNa Bash Women. I'M NOT GONNA get into the whole women do this. I'M NOT GONNA I'm not GonNa do that I'm not gonNA fall into that trap. But what I'm saying is people people people make some bad decisions and as a result of those bad decisions, other people get hurt. That's it. That's with most of your interactions nowadays. And you can even. Relate that to other things besides relationships. Driving. Assault, cases. You know. Just. Everyday life. People make bad decisions and as a result of those bad decisions sometimes usually. Someone else gets hurt. That ain't because money and power. because. Money and power. Me? A certain someone. assassinate. Another certain someone on the third of this month and as a result of that, there's an impending war by the happen but You. Know. Black, men are not concerned with being truthful. Relationships. That's the bigger. Of course. and. I can go on and on but who cares? You know it is what it is. It is what it is and this is. Once again this is the beauty. And the ugliness of being a podcast there you know I, try to sift through you know the bullshit and find things that I can really sink my teeth into and you know unpacking unsealed and. Make some connections and you know Kinda do in a in in an entertaining kind of way. You know because that's really that's really what it is. You know I did this podcast to inform and entertain, and you know educate a little bit but stuff like this is really disheartening. because. In the words look. A little. Worse a big creek. I got love from my people. Love Me. You know I promote black culture, I love black coacher the black experience is. Bar, none. You know the best thing to me. You know and I'm not putting anybody else down but. That's just how. I will argue with you for straight twenty four hours about that. Will. You know. So when I have. When there's somebody who? Takes a platform like that of a celebrity and says something that's really obtuse. You know a little tight about that my hold on. Oh Hold Up. You're not gonNa tell me they have black men and have a issue with being truthful and relationship truthful and faithful in relationships when. James Evans stuck it out with you know Florida Evans on good times in her fro was never as the never. Never. You know. She wouldn't beauty queen and then he had financed alone coming over every day and he ain't smash her you. You know what I mean. I know he wanted to but he didn't. You know he stuck it out with old. No EDGE OF HAVING FLORIDA EVANS You know because he was a stand up guy. Not GonNa tell me that black men have a problem with being truthful and faithful in relationships when Leicester? Offer to seven. Stuck it out with mayor and he tried to Smash Finance Jackie. Sorry? Sandra. who was living in the same building? You're not gonNa tell me that. You're not going to do. You're not gonNa tell me that black men have an issue with being truthful and faithful in relationships when Carl winslow. Didn't step out on Helen. And smashed her sister who was living in the same house with them. You're not gonNA, you're not gonNa tell me that. You are not going to tell me that. Not GonNa. Tell me that black men have an issue or cannot be truthful and pay for in relationships when Wayne. dwayne Wayne. Didn't step out on Whitley. Smash Freddie or Freddie had phone the entire time she was they're. Not, GonNa tell me that. Of course these people all characters these these we will not real people, but they are representations of some real people. And the reason why these representations meant so much to us because they projected the type of behavior, the type of lifestyle that we wanted to emulate. James Florida. Evans. DID NOT HAVE A. Productive Environment that they live in. Lynch. South side of Chicago you know in the cabrini-green housing projects. In the seventies, shit was bad out there. You know. But. They stuck it out together. Mary Lester from two to seven lived in the Berry farms community in Washington DC. Out The DC. And things would net. You know great there as well, but they stuck it out together. They stuck it out. Carl winslow. was a black cab. That should gotTA BE HARD BY ITSELF He was a black COP raising a family. Okay. Where he had a black son as his oldest child. And I think they weren't in Chicago as well from that mistake. And even had to deal with racism on the force. That was a very real issue a heat in step out there on Helen. They stuck it out together. So. Where is this coming from lining? Miss Lonnie loss love. Where's this coming from? This is coming from the fact that you got a brother. Who did you dirty? And now everybody has to feel your. They have to you have to express that hurt everybody else has to participate and agree with you and that Ms Love. Is the very definition. Projecting you're hurt. On everybody else and you're having your own, you invited all those people to your pity party. showed up. You dance the JIG. Dance? The? JIG So you are living. The life of a celebrity, you earn join the fruits of your, you know entertainment Labor, and that's great. But at the same time regular people like myself. Regular. But you know I'm not celebrity Najeh. You. Know I. Don't I don't get that opportunity. People everyday working class people we don't we don't have. We don't. We're not afforded that opportunity. We can't get. Of people to bask in our pain does. You know we find a way to make it. We find a way to deal with it. We don't blame it on slavery. Okay. Because believe in that. You know. Everything not because of slavery. Different Times different conditions. You know. Far, be for me to downplay slavery I'm not going to do that but. I will say this. Slavery had a lot to do with money. So taking. A. Big Black Buck. And separating him from his family so he can impregnate. Another. Female, sleigh. On another plantation seem pretty lucrative to a slave master. They didn't CARE ANYTHING ABOUT Him having wife and two kids. The conditions were different. His family values meant nothing. To to. Slave masters. Didn't mean anything. His family dynamic, his generational trauma that will come as a result of their family being broken apart didn't mean nothing to. CARE less. Could care less. because. Those oppressive bastards. Were so devious that sometimes that would happen as a result of the slave owner wanting a piece of. The. Black. Man's woman anyway. Okay So. There you have. There is Patriarchy at its finest. It was working in favor of white men rich powerful white men. So Blackman saw that subconsciously said to themselves that. Hey. I'm a man. I, got a penis. About a nice penis. I WANNA. Share with. Whoever I can whenever I can. Means Absolutely Batman as far as black man not wanting to be truthful faithful in relationships. emmys that he has made a bad decision based off of what he saw what he learned, what he put into practice. Now, if other men WANNA put that same behavior into practice as well. So be this is still a choice driven life. You're going to either die. Or live based upon the choices that you make. So, if you are here and you kicking it with brothers who make bad decisions that has little to nothing to do with some conditions four hundred years ago. They had no control over. And once again, I am not downplaying slavery or anything like I'm not now playing women being you know ran around on anything like that but we have to be real about these things. We have to get back down to personal decision making we have to give back down to responsibility you have to own up to shit. You gotta own up to your Shit. Now. With that being said. I said this this entire system. Was a system that was put in place that we were born into now history and generational trauma does play into it. But. We as a community haven't taken a long enough look at ourselves we have input ourselves under the microscope. We have. And we also have input our counterparts. Under. The microscope and made them responsible for some of the things that we have seen socially nowadays that they were the. You know. They jumped off. They started at all. But, we totally WANNA put the focus and the blame on us and as is not. This is not how you do things. If you're really looking for answers. If you're really looking for solutions, you have to turn over every stone. You know. and. You can't always go for the low hanging fruit slavery as low hanging fruit right there. Low hanging fruit when you're talking about. Somebody making a bad personal decision. Very, low hanging fruit. Own might be fruit on the ground you know what I mean. You, know. I get it. I get it because won't be. We've all been hurt. We've had a heartbroken over we've been damaged relationships and we you know we want answers. Damn it. We want answers in anyhow anyway we can. You know get those answers. That's what we're GONNA do. What we're. GonNa do. This is human nature. But it takes a level of mental maturity to say. Hey. I was just with somebody. Who made a bad decision based off of? XYZ, and that was it. They were not compatible with me. You know because. Guess what if you choose to be with that person and forgive them even after the from even after the bad decision then that's your decision to me. It, only becomes. A major issue when you jump out there, you say the communist that Miss Lonnie love me. That a lot of black men really don't know how to have true relationships. Because if that is the case, the whole truth, the entire truth and nothing, but the truth is. Them not having. Them not knowing what it's like to have truthful and faithful relationships. Is a result of somebody dropping the ball as far as their mother. And their father is concerned. Okay. So if we're going to have that conversation, we have the pool both aspects into. Okay. We have to. We have to balance this thing we the balanced those scales and put both sides. Of the argument on the chalkboard. because. And I'm going to say this, and this is very unpopular opinions. because. If I'm raising my children. And my son 's. Happened to grow up be horrible husbands they're physically physically physically abusive verbal verbal can't talk right now they're verbally abusive. Not just on. ME. That's on their mothers is. You know. Because what? We both had this child we both agreed to raisin together. So it's on the that's on us, we have a measure of responsibility when it comes to that. But more than likely if that's the behavior that he shows or that they show when they get older, they had to get it from somewhere. and. If I was doing the same things then. Bingo this guy for. What he got it from. Now of course, you know nobody's going GonNa do that. Well, why did you cheat on her? You know what I mean nobody cares it happens their relationships, their ups and downs. There's You know. Hills and valleys has lows. What. Can You do? I'll tell you what you can do. You can find better people to be in relationships with. Public when you get hurt. But. That's my time. Folks appreciate you guys hanging out with me rock with me on the dignified bastard podcast is David Young King. You can hit me up at uncrowned kings seventy seven inch gmail.com guiding questions. Please sheer. This podcast listen to it on multiple platforms spotify. Okay. Get it out there on more platforms as well. Hit me up man, hit me up and throw throw a topic at me out. Do My best to examine you know give my little two cents on it as well as I can as much as I can. 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On the Road with Mickey Episode #33  Touring Epcots World Showcase

On the Road with Mickey

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On the Road with Mickey Episode #33 Touring Epcots World Showcase

"We found a vote with Mickey. Have some fun. Author Raynor son our trip has just begun so. The boats. Whereabout to store go show and may have you like. You'll see we're health will go. Hi Everyone I'm so he's Mike Welcome to our little corner of the podcasting universe. Hopefully, you like the sound of our voices anyone is stick around for the show. Not that it stays in one place for long. I mean after all, we are on the road with Mickey. So hop in the car and buckle up your seat belts because we got awesome adventure this week. Now refund down before we get moving I up our roundtable talk we'll discuss the main topic for this week followed by some Disney Trivia ranging from Disney history to a random Disney character of the day. Well, that's just about it. Everybody Ready. Let's get the show on the road. Harry one. Might she so High. And we're on the road with Mickey this is episode number thirty three for August seventeen, twenty, twenty, and our feature topic today is pouring epcot world showcase this part one of a two part series we Wanted you if it's been awhile since you've been up Kat and specifically world showcase, we wanted you to be able to close your eyes and listen and with us and feel as if you are touring want world showcase with us. We plan on starting. On Mexico side I. Know There's a great debate about whether he started on Mexico or you start on Canada while we're starting on Mexico right? So Although we did start on Canada the last time we were here. there. Everywhere. But. Anyway. That is our plans star on Mexico and we're GONNA wander around clockwise this instance so we will you We'll see how far we get I guess what? I'm trying to say there. anyway. But before we get into the future topics are for that pregnant pause there. One we got some Cheddar from the big cheese don't we simply? Okay I'll start us off with this kind of come back to fourth on A. Couple of weeks back, we talked about the magic of Disney's animal kingdom and how that was that was gonna be on Disney plus. And it was produced by National Geographic's. Go Section of Disney plus thank Well, it is going to premiere on September twenty fifth. So mark calendars if that's something you're interested in because I, think it'll be a neat Almost like a documentary behind the scenes of how how they take care of the animals animal kingdom. And next step what we have is some covid nineteen news I know that. He really wants to hear about right now but this is good news no coronavirus outbreaks have been linked to Walt Disneyworld or to Universal Studios. ORLANDO. So we're doing a good job on that front and at this rate we are. On a clear path to keeping these to open so that we can all go back to our happy place. and. That that news was reported from Orange County. The Orange County medical officer reported that so is is official government news. It's not like something we saw on the tabloids somewhere And then on. But that is good news. So we like to hear good news, and that's one of the one of the best news is when current in a while so. And then over at the Grand Floridian, a know a lot of people probably already knew that they that they're working on a walkway like they have from contemporary to the Magic Kingdom. They're working on a walkway from the Grand Floridian to the magic kingdom and that's I. think that's a little bit of further trek if he asked me so it'll be interesting to see how much that gets used but Destruction continues on that. Walkway. And from what I understand they actually the bridge they put in some feet is a retractable bridge. So. What happens is one of those canals over there is where the ships and floats for the For the water parade. The Electric Water Parade that's where they pass through on their on their parade route and so the. So the boat, I mean, the bridge is retractable for when those ships need to pass through which I think is really cool but But you know what? This is a great opportunity if you are staying at the Grand Floridian when this gets open, which is not open yet. If you're staying at the. Radian and it's the end of the day and parks are back to normal and there's a million people leaving and the monorail is just slammed with people waiting to on. And the boats are slammed and you don't WanNa wait in line. This will give you an opportunity to just kind of meander over to your room. You know. So so I think it'll be interesting to see how it gets utilized but on. But I'm I'm looking forward to seeing what it looks like when it's done. Yeah me tale who knows maybe we can go walk on it ourselves even though we're probably not going to be staying at the Grand Floridian. Yeah absolutely, we could use we can use that so. So it'd be worth. Another route from. Now. They just need to make another transportation from magic, hang? Down to Fort Wilderness. That's a bit too far though. Yeah. Yeah, and then we have one last piece of Cheddar from the big cheese in its from over across the country. Isn't itself? You WanNa. Tell us about it. So yummy Cheddar from the scenes. Yes Over at Disneyland Downtown Disney. Ralph Brennan's Jazz. Kitchen has officially opened and a serving been yeas, and if you know me and daddy you know that we absolutely love Benes, they are absolutely the most amazing square doughnuts ever. And we're fortunate. Aren't we? Because because we have our local sources Mr as Ben as down at APEX? Hell. One. Good. Thing is that I don't know the last time we went to see him though. was during pandemic with solemn. On, what we went to southern Pines. Maybe a couple months ago. Okay. But but anyway, if you're in the La area and I'm so we're like you want some as then head on down to downtown Disney go check out route Brennan's jazz kitchen and get you some fluffy. Benes. I wonder though and I don't know a question for Aunt Sheila, do you think they make gluten free? Been Yeas? I am not sure. Not sure either. So that's a question for her. But they make the regular venues gladdened than Yay. So Otaly, they make good free for Jagan e anyway. That's our center from the big keys, and so like I said, we are going to take a tour of Epcot world showcase. The idea is to start at the beginning head around in Mexico and just keep wandering around and describe your what we're seeing on each of the each of the country pavilions and And let's just see how far we think we're going to get probably. To Italy. My Guess Yeah we have six down and that's what we're planning planning on going six today and the other six to next week. and. Because there are twelve pavilions, so it makes sense. Officially eleven pavilions but we included the outpost also. That's An informal, an informal civilian, I guess, right? Yeah. So so but that makes the American adventure. Billion the start for next week. So that'll be a good one to start with. All right. So Sophie, do you want to tackle Mexico? Do you want me to tackle it? I would love to tackle Mexico or maybe we can tackle them altogether feel free to interrupt me if you have anything. Okay. Well Mexico. This along with Canada are the two most frequented pavilions in epcot just because they're the ones closest to the entrance. and. Mexico is actually one of my favorites. That's why my dad and I we always go. Clockwise around the pavilion instead of counter. and. There are so many things you can do there. For example, it's one of few pavilions that actually has a ride or attraction inside of it a lot of these pavilions. You would think that they have a lot of rights, but they really don't but Mexico is unexceptional that and it features the Grand Fiesta tour starring the three Caballeros and those are my favorite birds ever. I, love. Pentito, Jose and Donald Duck of course. Of course Donald is next to last, but he is by no means least. Nine he has the biggest hat he has definitely. Yes. So the. In case, you haven't read in the ride I. Suggest you do because you're missing out it's fun and cute and musical, and we all love it. And basically follows Pentito and Jose following Donald all around Mexico and that's why it's the grand fiesta tour because they go everywhere. And And visas good sick and there is an animatronic bet senate although it's mainly just show clippings on not. Just. Like we're taking a tour of world showcase when you ride the grant, just a tour starring the three Caballeros use like you're taking your own tour of the country Mexico because you're going around to different places and in this cute like somebody said because Donald has gotten lost somewhere and it's up to Jose and Penn chief to find him. And get him ready because they need to perform. Don't they so Do, and that is where the ride ends. You get to see them up on stage singing their song, and it is great and there are actually a couple hidden midi. Mickey's in the ride to so keep your eye out for that and of course, there are other attractions not just that ride because the Mexico pavilion is very very large at least on the inside it is it features Mexico folk art. There is, of course, this place called the kid caught, which is how you get kids involved in the entire experience because of caught is really a park for the adults not in a way that it's inappropriate for kids but that adults will probably get the most experience out of it. And so you have to make sure that your kids have fun while you're there to otherwise they're not gonNA WANNA come back. and. That's what the Kit Kat is for. So there are fun stops all around. World showcase and they help get the kids involved in the culture that the pavilion is celebrating. And then of course, they also have the teaming of the pavilion and it is meant to be a Mexican open air market at night. No matter what time of the day it is it could be bright outside, but it's always night inside the Mexico pavilion. It's very if you are going there with your spouse or with your girlfriend or boyfriend, it's very romantic setting because it's You know moonlighting as as just a really cool atmosphere. It's like it's like you just wandered in and off the streets somewhere and you're in the middle of the Mexico market I can play Sophie, said, and it's very much an open air feel to it. So you got some really cool fountain that that's in the middle of IT IN UTAH. Lulled street vendors with their carts set up and yet things for sale and another other. Other shops and then there's restaurants and. So forth. Speaking of the restaurants. There, actually very many that are inside the Mexico pavilion and they're few outside as well. But. There are many different restaurants that you can enjoy their and we have the sonnen GEL in. La. Hacienda Designing Joel. Come, and those are the table service restaurants, and then we have a counter service restaurant. La Cantina dishonor son Gel. You see they gained Joel's a lot. And then there is actually a lounge called. La Casa. Tequila which I am not allowed to go into and that. Yeah. So on the inside of the Mexico pavilion, which by the way, we didn't even discuss this, but it shaped like one of the aspect pyramids isn't it so it is or at least it's shaped to resemble one I. think that most of them are not as steep as that one is, but that's okay because the pavilion is shaped in a way that discourages you from climbing get. Oh yeah definitely. But in. is where you'll find the San Angel in and Camera Dot Tequila. An outside of the pavilion building is where you'll find Alani Hacienda descent angel and the Lock Katina Angel, and so Counter Service is really easy to get there and and. It used to be that you could when you went to the Hacienda. For your table service reservation, you could request a seat by windows and watch the fireworks and of course, they're not doing the fireworks right now. But when they'd bring them back, that might be a really interesting thing and one of the neat things about Mexico and Sophie. I'm not sure if you knew this or not. But at the top of the on the pyramid is a control room and that is where they did the laser. And laser lights and so forth for the old Reflections on. Earth. The fireworks. For animations. So that is where they do the control for. Still, did not know that. Is, really cool and that's another reason why they don't want you climbing. Definitely. Definitely. Seriously they have a sign saying no climbing so you know it's been a problem in the past. But But yeah, it's it's not a lot of buzz going around it. You know for Mexico, and there's a lot to do you got the ride and when we were there in July on, we actually were in life for the ride and had to wait because they stopped at to take care of the the cleaning procedures with the new new safety parameters say put in place. So I lean and now it's usually not. It's usually not a long line for the wrong. Thankfully we were actually just about to get in the line and then they told us so we could easily just go and sit at the fountain, which is a very great spot to cool down. And and that brings up another good point about the pavilion is if it is scorching outside going inside the pavilion because it's nice scenario condition I ice. And it's also a great way to get out of the rain got to. Yeah we went when we left, it was raining right Yep it was pouring rain. Yeah. So anyway, those are interesting little tidbits. One interesting thing though that I find curious is that at the Mexico pavilion, there are no restrooms. So if you WanNa, if you need the restroom, don't look at Mexico, you WanNa, go up to Norway or you want to go back down towards future world. And go to the plate since roller coaster new tests, trump, but I just thought that was really interesting. There's no restrooms in Mexico. Yeah, that is the one flaw to the. Pavilion. But anyway. Enough about Mexico we are. Now we have finished. We ridden a grand fiesta tour we fought since triplets shops We had a shot at two kilo or maybe. I did not drink the nets. Burn my three. How about this, we had a SMOOTHIE. From the San Angel. and. We went to locking Tina and we had shows That also worries like you have euros at Kinsey. So. That's good. That's another good thing they remember for. Case and just in case everyone's wondering no time is not passing at the same way. It usually does when you're an cod this, we have infinite time what just choosing to do only six. You know all. Law We continue around on world shook tastes on the clockwise direction in the next country that we are going to come to. New Orleans. A. Norway is one of the more popular. You've not Mexico Norway and I would say they are both very popular because they both have attractions. You know, for Norway, the attraction used to be. Mouse. Jim. And now it was retained and it is frozen ever after. Which in the world of fast passes that was one of the top tier fast passes you could pick it or you could pick someone or you could pay test track as money your. Fast passes and In you know that was that was all you you had for that. You could only pick one of those because OCULUS are- popular. But now, without doing fast passes on, it's a standby lying only but but it is a popular ride and it's themed on like said after frozen is frozen ever after and it makes sense that they put it in. Norway because the. Will on setting for the movie takes place in that sorta region. You Know Erin Dallas close to away I think so I think it's an Norway. Okay. and. So In addition to prison ever after though you have shopping. So you got a couple on. The FIORINI. And you've got the wandering reindeer and. Those I think are kinda fallen One of those is the place that sells perfume and the perfume that you're in Nancy. Lights Sophie do you remember? Remember the name of it, but it's can be found in Norway Office called Layla I do remember now i. think its calmly. And And you can find that in Fiorina I think. is where they would carry that, and then the wandering reindeer is Near the left side of the pavilion and then Some other things that are that are worth noting is this is another kit. Kat Von Stop Location. In Mexico in Norway in what they're trying to do, I didn't much before. But what they're trying to do like sophie trying to involve the the younger kids they want him to not be bored There's a lot for kids to do in in Epcot but for whatever reason the tend not to do as much inept pot. So they introduced the kid car. Funds stops as a way to draw their attention in their excitement level. So they can draw the collar and get a passport gets get their country standards as if they're traveling around the world you know. So it's kind of a cool though thing and and then the other thing that's really neat about Norway is that they have a replica of Stave Church and so. The stave church is really cool to go look at because it's got it's got what Sophie biking It's gotten norris gods and Goddesses Anat. Actually wanted to go inside and see them again. But unfortunately, it was closed this time around. Because of coronavirus and they didn't want everyone to be inside that little building because it's actually very small on the inside. And it is a small spence you're absolutely right. So so keeping that for social distancing would be really hard to do so they decided to close it off but But. That's okay. It'll be reopened again sometime it now we can see it again and then Over in Norway also, you've got the after Schuss Royal, banquet? Hall which is the Table Service restaurant and It's Austin known sometimes by its more familiar name, which is the process storybook dining and so. The are not serving right now. But they had served before and what it was. They would serve breakfast lunch and dinner, and obviously breakfast would be breakfast food munching dinner with sustainment you but By, you would meet one of the princesses and it was usually bell was who you met and then You got your picture with her and then after that the other princes would come to your table while you're eating, and so it was a big time character dining location and It was as big as far as princess activity as you would find even at Cinderella's royal table over at the magic kingdom. But. The difference was that this was one credit on dining plan and Cinderella's royal. Table Too. So. A lot of people went for this because it was easier to get a reservation and it didn't cost as many credits. That was important to and then. The last place is a counter Sarah Restaurant, which is more about snacks than it is like you know getting like meal and but it's called the Kripa Bakery Cafe and can't pronounce it all the way had written but but it's like a cafe and I think they have more on the way of snacks and things like that I. Think I remember seeing like a cupcake or something that was throws frozen themed in there. Yeah you would because it's like a, it's a bakery. Cafe and another thing that they have is Was the call is it called Friendship Bread? Something like that. I know. I can't remember it wasn't something that I'm big on so. Let's see here it is called. figure it out but anyway. But yeah, it's a bakery and it's not open right now but it will be. Hopefully, a called school Brent. Not French bread school bread. and. It's a sweet roll filled with custard and. In coconut and so. That was like one of the biggest sellers was the school breath and. so anyway. So, Norway didn't have as much to do as you'd have in Mexico but it's got a heavy hitter when it comes to the attraction with firs after. So if you're going there for the attraction expected to be a little bit more busy because a lot so. Yeah and so after we leave Norway We continue around and we actually come up to which country. So. China. which is one of the most visually stunning pavilions I have ever seen. Love. China. Probably. Why? Well. For me I have. When I took my world civilizations class my first year at wake tech because I went to wake tech for a year or two. I. When we started talking about China, I was an thrilled with the architecture I'm always enthralled with the architecture of ancient civilizations. China is everything you would expect it to be. It has the architecture of the Forbidden City. And? Is just amazing to see and as well. They have all these different things that make the atmosphere it feels like you're really. In the time period that it protrays it has traditional Chinese dancing it and inside of the main building of the pavilion, which will take you to the reflections of China attraction, which is a circle vision three, sixty movie. Out this special architectural design where if you stand in the middle of it, it creates an echo chamber and it's really amazing to hear yourself talk I don't think anyone realizes how cool it is. I don't even know what I knew about existed. I wanted to touch a little bit about the circle vision can't for a moment of course you can. Okay. So if Any of our listeners haven't seen the movie in China. They may not know what circle vision, three, sixty means and what it is when they filmed the this movie, which is all about the country. China and it talks about the different regions and so forth but the the camera they used. or the apparatus used to lure filming actually held a camera. That that has several cameras positioned so that they were recording all at the same time and you were able to see no matter where you looked, you could see a different section that you wanted to look out So if you were looking forward to the airplane or helicopter was fine, you would see Ford but if you wanted to see where he'd been you. Turn. Around and you look and you see where you were behind or over in the angle to the right or to the laughter however because it was, it was around room and it was three hundred and sixty degree view of all of that. So you could see all of the different perspectives and to me that was always really need to be able to see that. So. So it's totally it's very much a different movie spring than what you're used to when you're seeing. And I just love it. It's very similar to the Canada pavilions attraction and that is fine because both of them are. Visually. Amazing to watch. Mantas well, there are waiting rooms they have so much beauty. Especially China. And if anything China also has more things to do than just the movie although the movie is stunning. They actually have different shopping things, shopping opportunities and these include the House of. Good. Fortune. And good fortune gifts. and. You can buy things there have actually been inside them and they are so pretty oh my gosh I you were going to hear me gushing about how pretty these pavilions. The entire time we're talking here. Yell and so how good fortune is inside the main part of the ability 'cause there's A. Right as you get to China that's a great by the way it's a great spot for picture and And so it's almost like an archway that welcomes you into China and then So the House of good fortune is inside the archway. So it's it's it's still an open air sort of thing but But it's to the left and so The good fortune gifts is more like a almost like a little on street market type of a setup. You know where you can you know small little building on not much opportunity to walk into it, but you can still see some of the smaller gifts that you might want to get as a souvenir. Bat. Whereas House of good fortune would be hiring in bigger bigger presence that you were looking at. Actually, have a parasol that I got from good fortune guests and it has my name written. In Chinese, of course. That's exactly where you not I think the vendor who sold it to me sent my name was particularly hard to translate for some reason. So who knows maybe it's not my name but something close. We'll go with it and say is your name. Now USC. Is You mentioned the Echo Chamber is at in the House. The whispering willows. No that is in the. Building that takes you to or reflections of China. So you know that big circular tower building. The pagoda like one but pagodas are Japanese I. think that one if you stand in the exact center of it and you'll know where the center is because it has a mosaic floor inside and you can see where the center of the Florus if you stand right in the center of it than it will. Be like an echo chamber almost and you can hear your voice ringing off of the roof of the building off of the ceiling and. And then when you go further inside, that is the waiting room for the reflections of China and can actually take you to the house of the whispering willows, but it is not actually part of the building. And For those of you who are unsure of what we're talking about what the House of the whispering willows that is actually and Oma to Shanghai Disneyland. And it has murals of its construction and what it was planned out to be. Okay if anyone has seen. A certain. I'm trying to remember what the name is, but there is a certain show on Disney plus and it's all about the construction of different Disney projects from California adventure and it highlights on Shanghai. Disneyland and end the show. It says what Shanghai Disneyland was meant to be. It is meant to be. A celebration of Chinese culture mixed with the magic of Disney and it is by far. The Most Culturally diverse of the Disney parks I believe that's what I got from it and it's very beautiful to. Yeah. Okay. So now that we've seen the movie and we've done some shopping with what we have for dining there. So we. For dining, we have a table service restaurant and a counter service restaurant and I've actually been to neither of these. Yeah I tried to. I. Think I remember like. Suggesting at one time for one of our next trips what we ended up going for the Japan pavilion not that I'm complaining Japan is amazing. And the table service restaurant is the nine dragons restaurant. And nine is a very important number in China. So our dragons so that one makes a lot of sense to me and the Counter Service restaurant is a quaint little name called the Lotus Blossom cafe. I've actually haven't seen that one I. Don't think well, maybe a house, but I wouldn't recognize the nine dragons I can definitely recognized because it's right. AT THE ENTRANCE TO THE PAVILION Yeah and Actually Lotus blossom is right next door because they would share the same kitchen. So if you if you wanted to get some this think of it like the active Yanni Young, the ECHINACEA animal kingdom has. The quick service place and they also have the table service restaurant that could make a reservation for so it's a similar concept here where you have the nine dragons for your cable services sit down meal. You have the Lotus blossom. She wanted to grab a quick bite just to. Have one you keep walking so. Okay said. Is China, and I hope that everyone is enjoying this as much as we are because for Sophian I, as we talk about these, it just brings us back there. So It does it really does. Because it's really, it's a beautiful day here I mean it's not too hot. Not, too cold. It's perfectly sunny day. It's not raining on us. and. You know what the crowds are like to so. The whole course practically, Lee. Is Amazing to watch I. Love It. Yeah. So, we have finished with China and we are continuing and we actually are common to a little almost like a hole in the wall. It's not a true pavilion. It's doesn't have enough to make it a pavilion, but it is an outpost in it's always thought of it as the African outposts. But I don't think it's truly I. Don't think it says anything about it being African outpost I just think it's it's just called the outpost and so the outpost is actually where we are spike the bees doesn't it sophie? Yes, it is. They. Have a counter service that cy restaurant necessarily. More like a a beverage place and it's called the refreshment outpost. You know creative me and and that's where you could buy your spike the be Super and it comes with either a frozen coca cola drink or a frozen lemonade concoction on and so it's almost like an icy or a slurpee or something like that And then in addition to the the place to get your drink in it's a great place to if you need it to get something to drink because it's you know it's actually a fairly good clip to go on from the beginning of world showcase around the where we are on a good place to get us to get a small snack on. They also have a place. You can do some shopping village traders, and if I remember correctly, they also have A place where you can bang on drums and. If you have if you have kids that are on your starting to wonder on Gosh, are they going to are they having fun or anything like that? This is a great spot for them to just get similar that energy out an. Bang on some drums, right so Yes and there's also a chance for face paint. I remember seeing a little stand there and I can remember when it was open. I would walk around world showcase and I would see all these little kids with. Tigers or Cheetahs or lions painted on their face, and it was just the cutest thing to see and when I got to the outpost I saw where it was all happening and it was like. So that's why they got it. And You know also. The you know we haven't talked about it because it's a little bit of a different thing, but during the Our Garden Festival on this would be one place where you could see some of the topiary and so in this particular. It was symbol in his friends that were that were set up there you know it's it's listed in show notes as other attractions, but it's really more about the took theories. For the Flower Garden Festival and and that's one thing we haven't even touched on. Yet it was when you are epcot in the spring, the IKAT International Flower Garden Festivals going on in there are thousands upon thousands of really cool flowers and took very setup and things like that for you to to just take in the beauty that is the world showcase because world showcases like Sophie site doesn't have a lot of attractions, but it has a ton of sandwich do yeah it's not a lot to go. Beyond just attractions. In those festivals that they have are just really amazed in right now with the with the differences because a Covina, the reopening they kind of merged on. Some of the Flower Garden took berries and the food and wine festival in it's called. They've got us a new kind of one off festival, call the taste of at pot, and so you can see some of that cool stuff and you can try some unique dishes that you wouldn't in normally try and you know so they'll have kiosks set up at different places for you to to try different things. So it's not just the other the countries that you're seeing that are always there. Yes. In food from other places that you wouldn't always see so. So that's kind of cool as well. But. But you know the outpost is on just kind of like a little small little area. So it's not a whole lot to go with it but but it does have some neat things that you want to keep in mind there you know and and It's worth. Taking a look at even if it's just a cursory glance, but it's still kinda cool to see saw. So as we round pass the outpost, we start curving and we're all all this. The world showcase by the way is located around the world showcase lagoon, which is a water. Feature in the middle of world showcase obviously, and so we're starting to hit that top left corner and we're starting to make our way to the right to the. It's not really east but to the right feels like you're going east as we continue around and the country that we are coming up on. Is Germany and this Zack's favor. He has told me many a time. So. What is what is that like about Germany and he told you why? He likes the. Beer Garden. Okay. That's about it. Okay. Anyway exactly. which we bend to yes, we have, and we are not getting into that story Johnny. Well okay, we won't get into that story, but we will tell in skip the head just a little bit and say that Beer Garden restaurant is a table service restaurant and In the days before comb, it was way and had all sorts of German food and they also, of course have German Alcohol Beers and so forth that you can, you can get there But they also have. A. Set of. Performance don't they. Yes, they do. And it's actually really great to see. It's really cool. Yeah, and it's almost like you are seated and this open auditorium tight. Dining hall almost like an October Fest and. And you get to watch their performance while you're eating dinner you know. So now in the days of. postcode you know with the reopening it's no longer a buffet is served as a family style like over at Dardenne Grill or liberty tree or something like that. So you don't have a buffet where everyone goes up to they bring the food you. But it's still GonNa be the same good. German. Food she had before and then. I don't know if the performance going on right now or not. But the food would still be good. So. So, that's that's were skipped away from a little bit of our normal routine on that but let's talk a bit. More about the pavilion do you want to go over some of the shops they have their? So share, I would love to try and pronounce all of these. Okay I wrote a butcher on I think. No I think I can I think I can pull it off rather well? We have. The car coach. Ed. De Away he's not it Noah that one. No. And now. D. Away. Not Stick. I think I don't know. The Stein. House when. Line kiner. Star, it increased all. Their cookie bar. Full couldn't. St-. Dot Com House and glass quits. Okay you tried it now let me try. Let me see how bad idea. So hopefully, people are laughing at us now. So for shopping, we got a Caramel Kush. which is to add a little bit more than these, and this is a caramel place. So you can get caramel popcorn and other caramel treats and it's I think were there's Caramel is what they use in their concoctions. Definitely a place we need to check out and then you've got. D Why not? which is a shopping the new and then you've got Stein. House. Or. Stunning House. That one I know you got. You got one Keller. which is a wine shop. And a new guy. CONSIDER BITES IN CRYSTAL. and. Then you got Derek Teddy Bar. And then you got. Volts volks conceived. And you? Daas, cough, house, and last Kunst. and. I'm not sure how I pronounced any of those. So if you're German, you're listening and I butchered your language please forgive me. But in addition to. The shopping. You also have some other attractions and mainly the there's a Germany stop in your kid caught stop So there's a Germany location you'd get your stamp they're not every country has a kit Kat at least not that it fade on the on the Made Up. World showcase map that I was looking at. So that might be an incorrect thing but but that's that's the way I understand it. And then Lastly. There is a camera service restaurant also, right so Yes there is it's called summer fest certainly. And it's place I believe you can get a really good pressler. Yes definitely. As a side note. The In your in world showcase, one of the things you can do is you can leave from the entrance at world showcase and you can take one of the French boats that takes you to other countries and they have a friendship boat that launches and docks here in Germany. So if you wanted to catch the friendship boat, you could catch it from here and then it would take you to another part of world showcase without you have no walk because it is a fairly long walk I think it's about a mile and a half or two miles completely all the way around so. It might be fun to just see a different perspective of it as well. So. But as you can tell, you know actually from from what we've we've seen so far in our journey today. Germany actually seems to have the most shopping of any of them Oh and one other thing that Germany has that we didn't touch on. Do. You remember the the model train locomotive setup. For some reason I thought that was completely. Of all of the. Pavilions for some reason but I guess you're right. It might be I always thought of it as being part of Germany because it's right. Beyond Germany and so maybe it isn't dependent, but there is A. TRAIN LANDING OUT SETUP And it's really cool because they have several different tracks and the trains run constantly and you can watch it and you can take photos of it. You can have your kids look at it and they just love it. And one of the neat things about it is at different times of the year the imagine ears come in and they changed the look of the train layouts to depict the different events that are going on whether it's. The flower garden or the finger wine or whatever. So So the track stays the same, but the some of the objects that use can change. So it's really cool little fun. Little thing just to take in Kinda relaxing just look at for. At least for me anyway. So and I like I said, I always think of it as part of Germany because it's just past Germany. But you're right Soviet might be an independent thing might not be with any country. knows. Well. I believe that brings us to our last pavilion for this episode. And Italy. Would be. Italy. So why don't you take it away and talk about Italy Sophie. I would love to Italy is actually one of the trivillian's at which I celebrated my birthday dinner. I don't remember what year was, but I believe it was the. Oh. then. You tell me what you were gonNA. Say That income. It was the first year that Jagan. Came to Florida to celebrate my birthday with me. And I remember we were eating at the table service restaurant for Italy via Nepali rest restore wanted a piece Saria. and. My, mom had a cake or for me it was one of the few years that I get a proper birthday cake. Because I don't usually like cake actually. So it's fine I promise my childhood was happy. And J. Jagan I remember my mom telling me the story. She saw the dejected look on Jagan's face and she was like, no, you can have a slice to I made sure it was gluten free and the look on Jagan space. It was amazing race Lewis Yeah Exactly. That just cemented it and Sophie for the record that was your thirteenth birthday and it was the year two, thousand, fourteen and. Had Riley, and we of course, she led Uncle Randy and we had Leeann with us and we all celebrated your birthday and we had a really long table. And, gently and took a million pictures. That's Awesome, it was so much fun and I learned to everybody that restaurant. Is the best pizza I have found in. Disney. and. You know if you disagree, Lima's The note in the comments and tell us what you have found to be better pizza than being a bully because I loved their pizza and and I could eat there right now fact. But but maybe that's just because we're filming on a Thursday and it's almost lunch time. Just at that was. Great Sphere. It's really cool atmosphere they have They have really big pizza ovens and they have a great. It's great. Great venue. Great Environment. And there's more than just pizza there. You know you can order dishes as well. So you don't have to just go there and looking for pizza but for me pizza's where it's at when you gotta be appalling. And so some other things are some of the shopping. There's There's IL. Belt Christoph below right. Yet And there's lag- Emma elegant. And then there's lot bettega Italian A-. And those are some of the shopping and you know just like everything You know we're just giving you names here and there's a lot more you can see and learn about them online. So if you're interested in what they're what they're offering You know typically it's souvenirs and things like that, and some of the shops have toys for the kids and some will have on other stuff but I'm. Just thinking about that. So I'll go online and look up and. See what they've got and then. There's also. On Giradi, which is counter service or Like a cart. SORTA, Kiosk and. Oddly I. Think they're surge Lotto there. And and then there's the to-to bestow wine cellar, and that is a wine cellar lounge where you can go in and you can try different wines and just relaxing get on her feet and then you know enjoy being with your family and your party member, you're there with so. So Italy as far as the pavilion goes does not have any attractions. But it has a lot of other things and there's actually not right now because of covid but there's actually street performers at also perform in. Italy and I'm hoping when everything is done with covet that the street performers will be back because that's a big part of is the it's the straightness. Fear you know so So that kind of wraps up for our halfway tour worth the halfway spot of our tour around world showcase we have finished at elderly and our next one next week. Our first one is going to be the American Adventure Pavilion. So come back next week, and we'll pick it up from there and go on through the rest of it and And I think you're really going to like hearing about the American adventure of so. But anyway Thank you for joining us on our feature topic today, and now it is time for this day in Disney history. And I have two things. I've this. The second one was a little last minute decision but I think it's cool because it relates to US Daddy. And the first thing I have. In nineteen, eighty six. Oh, the year I graduated high school. Yeah. At. One. Not long ago on my gosh. I know I'm old. And all. Seventeen nineteen eighty six what happens if the? Luke. So Junior, the first film produced in Nineteen Eighty six by Pixar animation studios offering its establishment as an independent film studio premieres in Dallas. A computer animated short film just two and a half minutes. Including credits it is John lasseter second short and I film from Steve Jobs as newly-formed Company. Pixar. The success of Luke's so junior is. He. I am sorry about that. That's okay. You're a popular Internet celebrity. About Looks Junior. Yes asserts that is what did why? What did it lead to? The success of luksa junior will be followed by a series of shorts Red Dreams. Fred stream ten, toy a knickknack in which the Pixar artists explore and develop their medium such as Disney much as Disney had used the silly symphonies as stepping stones to Snow White and the seven dwarves today. Luke. So is the small hopping dust lamp included in? Disney's corporate logo Luke. So junior will be released in nineteen, ninety nine along with toy story two. The good one sophie So much is your other thing. In two thousand into. The Orlando Rays, the class AA affiliate of the. Major League Baseball's Tampa Bay. Devil rays take on the Carolina mud casts for the first of four game series at Disney's wide world of Sports Complex in Florida. You're. and. That's why it applies to us because we are in North Carolina and although we don't have a major league baseball, we do have the Carolina mud cats. That's right and we've been to a mud cats game. We met. In uncle Jerry they're. So. Funny. They're down there and. The Wide World of Sports Complex now. So feet just finished up. The Remember the MLS. Soccer is back tournament that we talked about that just finished I. Think last week so. So they just finished that moment and that's kind of cool that that the role of sports complex is still doing so much all these years later and And What was I going to say? Oh, it used to be that the world's sports complex also was the spring training home for the Atlanta, braves which was a major league baseball team I. Don't know that they're still there or not but anyway so that's cool that that they that they competed against them get out of it. Doesn't say. Team won that game but. But that's okay. That's fine. So I'm going to put my glasses on. because. It's time for Disney. WHO's who character? And I've got a really cool one sophie. And the reason I picked it because it kind of goes along with my quote Walt Disney quote and both of them kind of tie in to epcot somewhat the character. Is Not really an epcot character. It's a movie character. Thought of more along the lines with Tomorrowland. It's still I think is really cool and Kinda applies. So. Y. Give me a guest as to the movie that I'm referring to. In applies to Tomorrowland. And it's not Tomorrowland the movie. Now. Not This is how. I think this is all about the animated Disney characters on. Is it two D. or Three D. animation. Was To. I'M GONNA go with stitch. Yeah I don't know I heard Tomorrowland thought stitches great escape. So Nuts, ditch. The movie is meet the robinsons. Oh. And the character is Wilbur. Robinson. Okay Daddy. That's Three D. animation visit three. Yeah. Okay. Why is to you need to ask me different questions. because. I didn't think we were glasses when we solid well no, that's not. It's three eighty because. Shows what I know people. Not much. Animation is like paper drawings. You know, Cinderella That's two D animation meet the Robinsons Is Three D. animation because the incorporates the use of three d shapes like spheres cubes I says circles and squares. Oh. Okay. Well. Got Me on that. So anyway. Wilbur. Robinson he is a mysterious boy from the future who claims to be a time continuum task force officer. In Reality Wilburton. Lewis's future son. wilburs greatest flaws inflated self confidence than a cocky attitude are also his greatest assets. They allow Wilbur to stay one step ahead of his enemies. Although Wilbur knows who Lewis's is careful to keep the truth from Louis after all the arrests on Lewis and Wilbert is determined to set its course straight. And I have one really big Kinda cool digital. Did. You know that searching for a description of someone who looks the opposite of his Father Wilbur tells Louis that his father looks like Tom Selleck In. Reality, Tom Celik is the voice actor who plays will father. It's Avi. That is cool. That is very cool. So. So that is our who's who cared there for today Wilbur Robinson. And you know Louis Robinson may we'll talk about Louis later on? But. Not Today. In that leads me to our Walt Disney quote. Because the topic from our book is on enlightenment exploration and experimentation, and that to me says at Even, if it's more talking about feature world than world showcase but anyway. For Walt Disney's quote. He says I'm just very curious. I've got to find out what makes things ticks and I've always liked working with my hands. My father was a carpenter. I even apprenticed to my own machine shop here and learned the trade. Since, my outlook and attitudes are engrained throughout our organization. All our people have this curiosity. It keeps US moving forward. Exploring experimenting. Opening new doors. And that. To me is what epcot is all about. You know. So that is our Walt Disney for today, and that wraps up this week's. On. The road with Mickey and I hope you have enjoyed it and I hope that it's It's wet your whistle a little bit for what it's going to be like going to Walt Disneyworld. If, you can't make it to world showcase. Great Yeah but go to Youtube look up. There's all sorts of walking tour world showcase, future world, and ride videos and things like that. So if you need your dizzy picks that might be a way to get. You know we talked about that previously to but on. I'm going to close out by saying on the road with Mickey sponsored by Pixie vacations by Mike. Ellis. Tech Solutions and see if you have any computing or travel, meet reach out to them. Solutions is found at tech solution than C DOT COM or on facebook, and you can reach Mike for Travel, needs Mike at Fixing vacations dot com or on facebook Pixie vacations by Mike Ellis well sophie as always. Thank you for joining us and thanks for being my co host all these chapters of Our Walt Disney and Road Mickey series. And we will see you on the road.

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"ESPN la Zano show rolls on Ben Lines here hanging out on Tuesday. We got rich climbing calling tomorrow looking forward to catching up with rich you went to my rival high schools, richest Katie's guys. So we'll talk to him about Kevin's health in the state of the League offerings, the boardrooms we rich climbing I, think tomorrow on the show ESPN radio presented by progressive insurance guests like rich climate tomorrow and Amino Hasson who was just on the phone. Appear via the Shell Pennzoil Performance Line and Amine was trying to get lower into star wars. It's definitely something difficult to start from scratch if you have no previous relationship or understanding the story at this point, you've seen in heard the characters and pop culture. But Laura have a strategy on how you're about to embark on your star wars adventure. I am going I was going to go with Gregg suggestion he said four but I think I'm just GonNa go is that the first one? Four was the first one they've made, but the episode one is railway but okay so I'm GonNa, go that way. So I'M GONNA go based on how they were released and I'm going to six. One, two, three, seven, eight, not that I'm going to do it. So pray for me. Have, you guys have you guys seen this video is making the rounds. These two dudes have youtube show where they react to old music. They're teenagers and they've never heard Phil Collins in the air tonight or never heard. Bob. Dylan or Dolly. Parton. So they react to it and they got like twenty five million views freaking out over this Phil Collins Song. So I think Laura you might be onto something if you live tweeted or blogs about your reaction to star wars, you know you might not be sitting here next Monday. I am going to take some notes. I've seen the one with the two girls that react to like the old school hip hop songs and they're like, no I don't and I'm like, what are these kids listening to? Nowadays it's just sad law. Don't you know you're getting all when you say what are these kids listening to nowadays? Oh Man I'm Laura's headlines coming up at eleven thirty she found. Some other wild spouse on the inter-web shared it with us on the texts. So we'll get into all that Nassar all the excitement last night out Orlando finally calmed down Kyle Kuzma hit the shot well after about midnight on the East Coast you know everyone's attention in Los Angeles to nowhere of the dodger game whereafter an early start got him up one nothing they somehow fall to the padres but. Despite. Not having much offense. Last night I gotta be honest I not concerned about this dodger team I know they're built around the home run but yet they're still doesn't feel like they're only chasing the home run another loss. For the season makes makes what number six of the year. Greg. But yet dusted maze getting comfortable as a starter and give you a solid outing last night. So I'm GonNa take away anything from the dodger game. Last night is that I'm not taking away anything. Yeah, I mean, that's basically what you gotta do is take away. There's a great twitter follow It's called future dodgers and he after every game, he puts the exact number for the winds of what it would be a regular season of one hundred, sixty, two game season. So after the loss last night, the dodgers are twenty, nine, point seven and sixteen point two. So. Essentially thirty and sixteen, which at that point you're fourteen games above five hundred. Your means you're doing pretty well, I'm not worried about their offense has been a little bit rough the last few games. Of the season but I. The perfect example is in the bottom of the eighth inning, mookie Betts Cody bellinger and Justin Turner come up and you're down to two one all three guys when one-two-three and they all swap for the fence. They tried to hit the home run that tied the game and instead of getting on base and trying to move guys over and I think that's part of the issue right now is that they're looking for the long ball a little bit too much. Little, bit little bit seems like everytime cody swing and he's swinging for the fences in yet Had timely home runs but you're right. It seems like they are low long ball. Happy. But it's okay because their journey thirty, nine point six in fifteen point four. Twenty nine point seven, point two. I seem to be over twenty, nine point five at this date and the season. So yeah. So the dodgers are fine and I think baseball obviously has bigger fish to fry in terms of postseason plan I reached out to Greg. you know things I wanted to talk about on the show things that are happening in the world of sports catch my eye and baseball's decision to not go to a bubble format clearly causing problems for many teams in the players and and having major shutdowns throughout this restart will. Now here we are about a month out of what would be a postseason run and the don't seem to have locked down any particular plans on what they'll be doing with the postseason. Jeff PASSAN ON ESPN put up a couple of weeks ago that there's talks of multiple bubbles across baseball's postseason. Now, with an expanded postseason sixteen teams, you're not gonNA be able to play every body one Sich in one site or you know two cities at first they would even have to be three or four cities, but then it would pare down. Impair down eventually you might have a world series played entirely on a neutral site Los Angeles and California being talked about because of PETCO UP IN down in San Diego you've got Dodger Stadium Angel Stadium, and, of course, in San Francisco, you've got four big league facilities within you know five hundred miles. That's that that's pretty good. So the chances that. The Major League Baseball postseason entirely takes place in California. I think that's the Best Plan Greg I'M NOT DR FAO CI I have no idea about city governing or how to move large groups of people around safely. But from just sitting on the outside is a sports fan thinking, Hey, if they're gonNA, put on a baseball postseason, take a page from the NBA, patron, the NHL and isolate these players and I think southern California could be a good home for that. Yeah I mean if you're adding in northern California because you're adding in San Francisco's. Yeah you gotta add in the as to because there's a there's a whole. That whole on challenge flag on a Sea Obama Colin and Alan. Oakland. Drying ballpark. It is a ballpark. There another are basis that are ninety feet apart. From. A diamond. Yes. So, there is that ability to do that but yeah, I think Do it. It's southern. California's the best place. Just the only problem is. Being able to actually have a secure bubble with all of it. It's different for the NBA because they're in Walt Disneyworld and it's all you can actually form a bubble If you do it here in La, you gotta be able to keep people away from going having any type of nightlife or. Going out and just doing really anything whatsoever. So I think it's possible and if they're going to do it, they should do it right and especially if you're baseball players in the in the playoffs, stay inside like that's the perfect time to stayed side. What are you gonNA do like if you're if you're cookie beds, don't go out. If you get it. And you're out for the postseason what a waste? Yeah, it's Saint. So bubble is always always the best idea for me. Yeah I think bubble's gotta be the only play for baseball at this point especially when you're factoring in the weather this time of year and you might have. Just delays because of travel or I don't know I just I don't I just don't see them able to continue the course that they're on right now despite having gotten through with look like a tricky situation want to set them up and it's got to be a quality television product. That's something that you know basketball is really understood from the start and I think putting them in in a neutral site format in other people's parks it's not a neutral site that's just a ballroom in a hotel that's you know put with. Big Blow up screen TV's and made to look like television like if the dodgers and Yankees play the world series at Angels Stadium. It's kind of a weird television products. So there's a lot for baseball to factor rain and again it goes to leadership and he goes to choices the theme I was talking about with Frank Bolo and his leadership e chose to play that a certain way yesterday he's chosen to. Keep, Anthony Davis and Lebron James Plan thirty eight minutes a night to get their wind up. Make choices as a leader. Rob Manford as a leader has done nothing but try to put the choices on the players and blame the players. The players don't have any Chris Paul Lebron James and internal voice or leader amongst them who can rally everyone it doesn't feel that way at least. So leadership and the choices you make, leave you where you are and that's year. Having still no plans for a bubble formerly. Announced her in place as we head of upon the halfway mark of the season. I. Think Greg to the fact that is email. This store to you are texted itunes yet had been talking about this for weeks is old news in a way speaks to my point of a lack of leadership in a lack of somebody making choices and move this thing forward and another fact that this is all news and yet they still haven't made plan is even the more reason why we should be talking about Alan shorelines. Agree with you. But when you're thinking about leadership and baseball in the same sentence, it just doesn't exist rob. Manfred is maybe the worst commissioner in the history of commissioners and I'm not trying to be hyperbolic about that. I know there have been some really bad commissioners rob Manfred is the absolute worst. He doesn't make right decisions so I don't really expect him to make the right decision here either. You can do this is all possible. You can make a bubble for baseball it can happen in. Can Happen in the Grapefruit League in in Florida or could happen in the CACTUS League area in Arizona I know those are high high spots. Kovic spots but you see if you if everybody stays the where they need to be and just go to the ballpark and to their hotels, it can. Work and I think that all the players just need to be involved and be. Doing that and not be like my clemenger and Dan Police Sakho in Cleveland and just leaving because they feel like going out that night it's just not possible you as long as they do that. I think it's all very, very possible do and you're right it needs to happen and they need to have the plan going to. Ben Lines phone in, FOR SODANO ESPN, La last summer my dad, and I were fortunate to be able to make that jump across the pond for Red Sox Yankees in London and boy. Are We appreciative now more than ever that we said, yes, and we're able to do that given the state of the world but I bring it up because it's the only time I can remember of baseball being put on in Games that count in a neutral site. And having to be a great television product that if you'll remember last summer that was a big hit when baseball went across the pond, the games were nuts sure they were high scoring and and kind of anomaly. But the fact that the players were able to travel safely everybody was over there and you know healthy and nobody got hurt and they put on great games in represented the country in the product baseball's got it within itself to put on like you said at the Grapefruit League during the Cactus League into build out on neutral site. Can you imagine if the world series is played on? The the field of dreams style, Cornfield kind of field in the middle of Iowa or some new pop up place. The way that the NBA's essentially done with the bubble in the virtual fans, and that could be a really cool television product. Vote for them to do that to take Greg's plan of build out the CACTUS league build out the Grapefruit League. Then let's Turn over dodger stadium. If we have to watch you know that Colorado Rockies win a world series in Dodger Stadium God forbid dump that Juju out there. Oh, now. Energy only on this show no no. Keep it away. So it's like I just I don't like that idea at all at I I agree with you that rob Manfred is way above skis on this. So what happens played out from here Greg? Are they gonNA announce something this week no today announce something next week. I don't think. So is this thing just never get announced and we don't have a postseason there's a possibility. Al That is a possibility. I think what happens is that they don't announce anything. They don't have a bubble and they continue to go about the way that they're going and. If. Obviously a season has to finish I don't even know what's going on with the Saint Louis Cardinals. They haven't played I think ten to fifteen games already that they're gonna miss it's nuts. I think they've played like five games and the team they're gonNA play like eighteen something crazy like that. It's it's very odd so. I don't know what they're gonNa do but I think. If I had to guess just go about businesses normal and baseball just thinks that everything's okay. Yeah. How's that? How's that GONNA to work out for you? I mean he's sites. ZANE attitude you're talking about yesterday with college football and Footba saying well, we're football or will be fine. We'll figure it out. We're above this we're baseball where America's pastime it doesn't affect us. Ain't GONNA work out. Hey, want to remind you to. It's a great opportunity to get some work on Lincoln brought to you by Lincoln jobs build your winning team today go to lengthen dot com slash sports find lots of opportunities out there for people hiring during these uncertain times go to Lincoln Dot com slash sports. All right coming up next Greg. I WANNA get back into some of the stuff from last night out in Orlando will play you some of the sound from Kyle Kuzma after the game hit A. Big Time shot maybe the biggest shot he's hint in his career as an La Laker hits the shot I know you're saying thank you stop over-reacting last night didn't even matter they already have number one in the standings they're just trying to get to the playoff Now I'll explain to you why the Kyle cousy shot was so important for this lake show team plus Laura's headlines coming up at eleven thirty Laura likes to send US crazy texts with funny funny stories from the news. And we got a lot of fun pop culture stuff to get into with Laura's to all of that coming up next ESPN la Ben Lines filling in for Sodano ESPN radio presented by progressive insurance solve our guests appear via the shell. Pennzoil performance. Line. Laura's going to be sharing some her headlines at eleven thirty. Greg talking about bubble MVP's on the other side of things in candace. Parker Post game show last night, and she's about she's at five straight double doubles. We talked about it a little bit with Ramona last night. But again in watching TNT after the Lakers game and they put up. And she's breaking down the game and talking about Kouzmines season. Now might s incredible to have your kid down there in the bubble to be hosting on the and to be going for your six straight double double as sparks take on liberty. Later, this afternoon your parents you have to balance in multitask it's no easy task. So even when you have some support and some help, you gotta be impressed his parent to parent from seeing what she's able to do during this time. Yeah. No, that's it's pretty incredible. What she's able to do I. Know that I I have my kids here at home at home working and Trying to balance just that part of it is very difficult and itself and I'm just talking on the radio I mean, I'm not sure. Able, to have a kid and do all that. That's that's crazy oppressive. Talk on TV after midnight and then go. Beyond a stuart like okay. So yes. So Charlotte's this EP candace Parker during the thing she's terrific last night and broadcast, and she's singing the praises Macau Kuzetsov coups has to have that confidence coups gets got that swag. WHO's has that that sauce that makes him special makes him the you know the reason why Rob Pelinka didn't want to send him down to New Orleans with the rest of the kids and you look at the struggles Alonzo ball during the bubble I. Mean my goodness has to make every laker fan kinda smile for for a moment but to see cow coups, mma hit that shot last night. You'll part of it understand his role take on that pressure get called out by Lebron after the game in a good way saying that we can't win unless cruise plays well. that. That's a lot for a young man and I'm excited from is definitely a big moment in his young career. He had some amazing words after after the shot Laura let's T- up coups. I think Jesus confronted me and I'll probably Don't really matter. Does A got A. Play that we kinda. Ran. In practice few times. No prior to the restart and coach Dave means call call my number. I mean that that quotes GonNa stay with coups obviously for for a long time but it's speaks volumes to the confidence that you have to have as a player in this league whether you're a role player who's looking to assert themselves something more than that, which is Kyle's current journey or if you're Damian Lillard who's been going back and forth, Pat Beverley and with Paul George and with anybody and everybody who wants some of it Dame Lillard is ready and I gotta be honest the more I hear dame talk about what happened with PG and pat the more I realize that. This clipper loser thing is real like I'm not as angry at the clippers. As some of you guys are some Greg and Laura you know are friends with one of their assistant coaches John Welsh and love Johnny workout is good dude and root form and I like the atmosphere at the Clipper Games but man. When Paul George Pat Beven street clothes are making fun of Dania Lillard at to me is very clipper behavior and this star if I'm I'm sorry yellow word for them that they they might clipper themselves out of this whole thing. A favor for a lot of teams, right? Greg. But from from Lou will to the now. PAB. Situation they're starting to quit for themselves I. Mean that's a clipper curse. Whole thing is real I mean the things that they're doing are just silly. Tried to lose to what was it? Was it the nuggets when they were that they were so Back and forth, the ones where they won the game. Oh Yeah. That's right. So they won that game because they they sat koi for the entire fourth quarter. They took Paul George out with five minutes when they were only down by three they still won the game and that was pretty impressive in itself but like they're doing these things because they're trying to like Oh, let's get the blazers in the eighth seed in have to play the Lakers and the they're just talking so much smack and laughing and making all these different things and like dude. This team has never in their history gotten out of the second round of playoffs. Ever. What are you? What are you talking about? It's really corny and and I love beverly his journey. His story is incredible. You dive deeper on the life of Pat Beverley. You'll be shocked that will comes up and it's just incredibly inspiring. But that said he's in Jiangxi tracksuit he's making fun of Dame Lillard missing free throws when a few years back in Portland disase Chandler Parsons, he sent them home from the playoffs when pat was with Houston so. I just it speaks volume sue dame Willard's ability. It speaks volumes to the type of almost irrational confidence you need to have in order to perform at this level. So for Kouzmanis, come out and say if Jesus Christ guarding needs, still shoot it ace you have to have that kind of ridiculousness chemist Mas Macho Bravado in order to survive in this league. Yeah if I mean, he has to have it right he has to be able to be that guy no matter who's on the floor you have Lebron James and Anthony Davis two of the top five players in the world right now, and you need to have that confidence to be able to take that shot otherwise you're not going to be the end of the game. As, fans we get upset with certain MBA players who sometimes project that. But don't necessarily have the accolades to back it up where you're like wait there reason why dion waiters carries himself as Kevin Durant out there is there a reason why Michael Beasley thinks he's the best score on the planet like that seems a little what is he resting on? But when coups hits that shot, he has something that he has a receipt on now. So it's no longer irrational confidence it's no longer fake it's you'll make it. It's no longer shooters keep shooting when they're struggling it's. Like when you PUTT and you play with John Ireland, he gives you gimmes for twenty feet. No John I wanNA make the pot from two feet 'cause I wanna feel the sound of it. Going in I wanNA hear that I wanna see that and horde into my memory when coups has to hit a big shot in a month in the second round against Houston. This is imprinted in his DNA. Now it's like inception ric putting the idea inside of him that he's great and then he can actually become great. It's it's really awesome to see. So if you're just kind of. Passing over last night and being like it doesn't really matter. It's just another shot I mean listen to Lebron James after the game talking about why Kyle Kuzma is so paramount for this team to in their chances to win a championship news. that. You've got confidence in coups what his role in St Paul what have we made a displayed in the bubble and how do you think that could change things if at all as you guys get into postseason games? I think the best thing about the. I guess the the time that we office who got an opportunity to healthy. You know he was hampered. What does foot injury ankle injury throughout a lot of the season so he was always playing catch up Healthy. Put a lot of work. You know is this confidence is. Soaring he's some good ball but more importantly defense leisure been locked in you know and just taking a challenge on any given night. No Matter I. Opponent or anyone scorn it doesn't matter. You know he's taking a challenge in essence stuff in the right direction of his growth. Now. It's definitely keep growing and going for Kyle Kuzma and you know the Lakers like so many teams have had curve balls of course thrown into this season. But unlike so many teams are still I think coming together and healing the tragedy of the death and loss of Kobe Bryant. And G G and the other souls in that helicopter that tragic day in Calabasas I I know that. Kobe spirit is still hanging over the league and especially with this team and mile watching the game last night and you're reminded of of the season of what happened how moments like last night can help bring a group together that has been through. Some Jing healing moments is really important. We can't underestimate the power of joy in its ability to inspire people motivate them and elevate people were these players are under such a microscope in literal bubble away from their families away from their comfort zone. Every dribble tweeted about mach every haircut the subject of tweets and Instagram's and guys like me on the radio cracking jokes this NBA mental health thing is very real and. Last night is a perfect example of how it could easily go south. Kuzina makes that blocking charge that sends I forget who it was PJ dosier their backup point guard to the free throw line to make some free throws. He gets call with that blocking charge and let's say the guy from the nuggets makes both free throws it comes down the other end give it to a he is a game winning shot Lakers lose. Without mental health comes into play. Kyle. Kuzma. Confidence ad down the stretch and you guys say it doesn't matter. They're pros there. Okay. He's twenty three year old Kiddie ABC's twenty eight year. Old Guy you're. Young men or are coming into their own and are. Impressionable and influenced by their peers are looking for validation from strangers on social media. Salak going on here. So if coups able to. Hang his hat on something real and not just this idea that Lebron needs him or this idea that a d. believes him but to see it, feel it to prove it to yourself. Something really big time that a young man can rally around. And especially, with the support systems in place, Kyle has this entire organization. Last night I thought was on full display in terms of. Where they're at a championship level for Vogel to be able to get everyone to buy in to be able to bring all these misfits together guys were cast off from the lead Dwight Howard, Dion waiters Jr Smith. Reclamation projects I mean, these are these are guys who should be watching these games right now in Turkey or Russia or China during their careers. We've given them that one last chance organizations giving them that one last chance in they're buying in taking advantage of supporting their lifting up Kyle Kuzma I gotta be honest not overreacting I. Loved the Laker Game Last night a love to see the. Maturation of Kyle, Kuzma right before our eyes. So let's not take. This is just it's just doesn't matter. They didn't have their starters in it's the bobble and it doesn't matter till the postseason. No last night was about leadership and how by getting people to rise to the best of their abilities than collectively the group will succeed I. Thought it was a masterful performance in Iran and It was really fun last night. So we'RE GONNA get into Laura's headlines coming up next, we're covering lots of wacky stuff. She goes deep down the rabbit hole on Google and find stories that I would never come across. So Laura's headlines coming up next Ben Line filling in for Sodano George taken station this week. So happy to be here on ESPN radio, of course, is presented by progressive. Insurance protecting small businesses with specialized coverages for commercial vehicles more at progressivecommercial DOT, com engineering, small businesses, something George done throughout this quarantine on this show is shout out all the great small businesses that he supports the show supports and that supports the show across southern. California as we continue during these uncertain times, it's it's all the more important. You know now to continue to do that. So Yeah May on your shopping when you're making your choices out there in the real world. If you can continue to shop small shop local, really invest the money back instead community it goes a long way. All right. Let's get to something I've been looking forward to all morning long Laura's headlines. Got For us today Laura Okay. So the first thing is on a story that I saw on twitter I saw the sprouts was trending and I said why sprouts trending what is so expensive that stoute's sprouts needs to be trending, but it's actually because an older gentleman was shopping with his sons and he didn't want to wear a mask. so He created this huge Tantrum to the point where his son had to carry him out of the store because he did not want to wear a mask. Carry him out of the store what are talking about? He's a grown man. Putting. A mask on to go buy some come Klotz. WHO CARES YOU Know he literally was just trash-talking the employees that sprouts and the the son was like Dad. Let's go. Let's go in the dad just kept going and going against the store employees to the point where he picked him up. and. He walked him out of the store like a little kid and this is being shot by some other Patriot and sprouts love sprouts, healthy alternatives, but you everybody's talking to Michael. Moore. Everybody's turned into a documentary filmmaker. Anybody's ever do vernay out there just pulling out their phone and capturing these meltdowns happening I. Love It I. Love It. You know what expose those people you need to wear a mask if you're going to go outside and just wear masks because not that hard and then going into that. So in Philadelphia, there's a sesame street place. It's like a theme park that is open and a customer was asked to put a mask on. He walked away didn't do anything came back and then confronted that same employees that asked him to to put on a mask. and. Punched him in the face raw. You can't nobody punches elmo. What are you talking about? He punched Alamo in the face and the employees seventeen years old. So he basically punched a kid again lower going down the rabbit hole with some weird stuff on her Google search me I'm sure you're watching Kim slice videos in all types of wild house on there. But what what would propel someone to get into a fight at sesame street world or sesame street place I don't understand. Don't don't. You want to be happy and have a good time and enjoy your time not go there and create chaos and punt a seventeen year old kid that. These headlines that you're sadly finding today are speaking to the tensions in the anxiety that are just running through Americans if this guy's at sprouts and these other guys that sesame street's why they vote getting in a fight with Oscar the grouch like this is ridiculous. I don't understand. I mean if you're at sprouts, you got money to blow. So be nice. And if you're in a theme park, just wear the mask have a good time. You'll probably there with your kids because I would think it'd be really weird as an adult to be Anastasia mistreat theme park by yourself. So you you don't want to put that example on your kids that's just me but if you want. Something, firing somebody that doesn't speak to the chaos about to pop off in the streets goodness. So I have another one. So Zach Ephron, who I love is yes. So he's rumors are that he's starting in three men and a baby reboots and I'm all for it. The only thing is he might not take off his shirt which I'm all for that too. But we can make that happen in that movie. I will be watching. Three men and a baby re good. I thought that was like Greg Mason and Ireland those two idiots helping greg with his kids watch that instead. I don't know who else the original was, what Tom Celik Gutenberg and I forget who the third man was Oh man yeah. I'm thirty two. So this is Our then there was three men and a little lady I was thinking the sequel that's only past my time. But the one that I'm excited for than is the one about the the reboot remake of fresh prince. Yes I saw something on this. Yes. So I saw I saw the trailer which it was super dramatic but I'm all in for it. It just millennial there. But the cool thing about that inspirational is about this youtube kid that just kind of threw it out there on youtube and it created so much noise that it caught will Smith's attention and hey, we're going to have a reboot that's amazing to me how great is that that will Smith talk about pivoting talking about choices you make things on this show this week this guy pivoted from just being movie star to the Godfather of the Internet, and he found this trailer that you said somebody made of a smore serious dramatic take on the fresh prince of bel-air shot a trailer they put it out it went viral and will to his credit keeping his pulse on what's going on Zeitgeist. He's got to millennial leaders, his kids in. And Jaden he's knows what's going on he say our support this young Man's vision of of taking my show and putting a different spin on it, and it's actually kind of Hollywood, sale. If you other they're pitching, it's HBO Max into a couple of other places is NBC and it's You know it's funny. The idea of remakes everybody usually kind of pauses and gets a little stared or. Doesn't sound fresh original, but this is really cool and interesting. Yeah. It's a very different take when I saw the trailer was very like I said dramatic but dark has this eerie kind of feel to it but I like it and I love the fact that will Smith even though he is huge star is willing to invest. In new talent because a lot of people in Hollywood sadly they don't they stick to who they know and they don't care to work with anyone outside of their circle. So I love that he that like you said, he's willing to invest in inject this kind of energy into this talent and say, Hey, I'm here to support you. Let's make this happen. So. True Laurie people up give him a chance to shine. Sometimes, it'd be Shapur surprise it that the fact that they're able to shine. So bright that's will Smith's doing here if you're a breakdown, the lyrics to the opening. Of the fresh prince of Bel Air, it's a pretty dramatic thing that happens to that young man. I mean think about it. He's born West Philadelphia's spends most of his days on the playground but no one looking after him a couple of guys who are up to no good. Oh, my God some guys causing trouble in his neighborhood. And get one tiny little fights. It was mom sends them across the country. It's very dramatic is for a young person to experience. You know. When I saw when I grew up watching it right I feel like it didn't hit me as hard as now that I'm an adult and you go back and you listen to to the song is like man we used to say that and it was like whatever Outta town you got run out of town some tough dude he's looking over his shoulder the tone tire time he's in Bel Air sure. He's got a killer house in a pool and a Butler but he's got a role with some Corny dudes at some private school that he's not down with the flipped his blazer inside out just to be himself and just a lot of self identity appropriation economic. Disparity and social norms and a lot of stuff that play in the fresh breads. But I think it also has to do with the time that we lived in back. Then you know the way that they approach that that show was so comedic and they gave you so much real life situations in such a calm way and the way that I see this new reboot coming it's just in your face dramatic. You're just GONNA. Feel it like I said if you haven't seen the trailer, it gives you this Erie like boom boom in your face kind of feel and I'm I think just matches the tone of what the show is. In this time versus when we got it. Laura's headlines anything else for US diving down the rabbit hole the pull up any other people losing their minds on without having masks on. For us now astro suck. That's all I wanted to say. On that note. That's it for for Laura's headlines Terrific as expected. I. Knew that was going to be a highlight of the day more this cow Kuzina reaction to the big shot Last night Ben Line filling in for Sodano on seven ten years the astros suck. Ben Lines here for George Sodano don't forget to listen to ESPN audio at home on your smart. Speaker Espn Audio at home brought to you by Mercedes Benz, vans, driver mercedes-benz Van, and find out how far an extra mile really goes from customization in service to financial assistance Mercedes Benz vans are ready for anything BEN LINES FILL IN FOR SODANO. The night after cow Kouzmine hits his biggest shot as a Laker in a game that doesn't affect the standings for the lake show but affects their collective energy and moral confidence heading into. Morale I should say heading into postseason run but hey, greg, did you know that twenty seven years ago today Henry Rowe Gardner recorded his first sade in his MLB debut for the cubs? Yes I. Did know that I saw that this morning but he did give up a home run though on his first pitch gave up a home run on the first page but recorded a save in his MLB debut. Aren't you impressed Laura with Henry Rohan Gartner coming in twenty seven years ago and getting the first save for the cubs. She didn't even know. He. Was Twenty year. He was twelve years old Laura. Rudo Vodka get in there. He's twelve years old he gets to save. President. Tom I mean it's pretty intense like this twelve year old kid he falls on his arm breaks his arm all of a sudden. He has a magical arm where you could throw like one hundred miles an hour and blowing by these major league baseball hitters. It's it's pretty intense and the only guy on the team was looking out from his Gary? Busey. Talking about a role model mentor Oh my Gosh what an amazing story Laura's movie references we got to beef up a little bit. Came out twenty seven years ago rookie of the year and all time classic. So out to APPs Henry Rowe Garnett recording his first save many many years ago very funny on. Straight talk it's time for straight talk brought to you by straight talk wireless straight talk wireless no contract no compromise. This is a big deal for Kyle Kuzma guys and I know everybody wants to say all the Denver Nuggets didn't have their starters in the fourth quarter Al. it's a bubble seating game that doesn't mean anything for the Lakers and no encounter. Kouzmouk gets it going for the purple and goal this team is at their best and we know that this team is at their best they are the best. In the NBA when the Lakers get eighteen points out a cow Khouzina, there are eleven into this season when they get the big three. That's right. I said Cow Kouzmanis is part of the big three in La when they get twenty plus out of the big three, each they go to in one and they do it against the team like, Denver Nuggets last night. Yes. Did Not play their starters in the fourth quarter, but they're getting a lot at some of those guys that they're developing when I look at. Pj Dosier and Bowl Bowl. These aren't just pushover dude. This is the future of the League right now for the Lakers to dedicate themselves to getting that win last night executing down the stretch getting everybody to be a part of it. I thought it was it was the best win of the bubble and I. Think it was the it was it was a win. They needed at an opportune time to get them going towards postseason run. I. Mean if this team and lost four games in a row and Coups had been down on himself, either missing a shot or taking that blocking charge the end of the game. Then you know it's a different kind of attitude in different mindset. When you're trying to gear up and head into a bubble, they have some challenges still in front of them they don't know what's going on with Casey Peas Ankle. Hopefully, he can get back in the starting lineup they desperately Miss Rondo in terms of running the offense providing some depth given him some different looks besides Lebron having to orchestrate. They still don't know who they're playing in the first round. And not only do they have to prepare for two teams still but less than a week out they gotta be ready for four different teams as the suns, Spurs, Grizzlies, and Blazers all still in the mix for that eight spot. Usually a team like the Lakers that has secured the number one spot they might have to prepare for two teams. Maybe it comes down to the last game of the season. If one team will get the eight spot but now the way this thing is shaking out the Lakers still don't have a chance to really dive in and try to understand their first round opponent in this playoff series. In this playoff thing, they won't have a chance. To do that until Sunday, because that's when the plan games get a be. So lots of challenges thrown the Lakers way as all the teams, but it feels like almost more to the Lakers for some reason with guys opting out injuries and Lebron going at it with the president and just all types of stuff surrounding this team the entire season really I mean, this is part of being a Laker you know the whole world's watching but to. Be there in. China. When Darren Maury sends out the tweets at the start of the season and to be there through the Colby tragedy into now in a pandemic, go down to Orlando Rally group together, which is a a remarkable thing that we're witnessing and it's important that we sit back and take note and appreciate it. I. Like to show gratitude in the final segment of the show I am very grateful for that Laker game last night. If you're late, you're fan it's a big win. If you're a basketball fan, you love seeing Kouzmine hit the Schon step into his own I. Love I gotTa Play One more time. It's going to stay with him for the rest of his career I. Love the comments after the game about doesn't matter who's guarding kyle still going to shoot that shot play a Laura I think Jesus could be in front of me. I'll price. Does you? Don't really matter me. Got Overlook play that we Kinda Ran. Practice a few times. No prior to the restart and no coach at. This call number and I. I don't know what type of perimeter defender Jesus was but I don't think he had a wingspan of bull bull seven foot eight for carpenter would be pretty amazing. Just incredible stuff from Kyle Kuzma last night hitting that shots a play they drew in practice. It's funny that AI quote that we all love everybody loves the practice quote from. Last night is a perfect example why we talk about practice. Last night is a perfect example why practice does matter for championship teams is because they can draw something up for a young player in Kyle Kuzma and they can pull it out of the poet, the safety deposit box in play that card when they need it, and that's what you WanNa. See for a championship team having tricks up the sleeve having multiple ways they can win having leadership common multiple forms both galvanizing the group by saying get on my back. I'm GonNa take you to the Promised Land and by. Elevating others. So the entire boat rises and I, think that's what we saw last night. You saw on Nice performance from Morris on Nice performance from D thirty nine you put the two of those guys together in thirty two minutes. You get a double double out of Javale. McGee had shacked going crazy at one moment last night a d was balling out i. mean you have everything in place right in front of you last night a solid defensive effort at times. There are some other times obviously a little sloppy but for the most part what I'm seeing from this Laker. Team. Despite, the record not being strong. It's really coming together in the bubble in a way that they can ride for the next couple of weeks in this uncertain playoff run that we hope they are able to embark on. So many closing thoughts guises as we put a button in the show or anything from from last night. Did you think is really important that we can take as we move forward for this Laker team? I do but I I just want to get some breaking news in I for you. That reinventing news breaking is on seven seventy SPN is brought to you by Valvoline instant oil change hold of the fifteen minute drive through change visit. So CAL OIL CHANGE DOT com to find a location near you and said, download up to fifteen dollars in coupons. What's the breaking news dude? From Famil-, of SL sources the big ten is announcing that the fall is canceled league will attempt to play in the spring. So that is the first domino to fall in college football. The big ten has cancelled false sports. The way you read that Greg, I gotta be honest you made it sound like the big ten canceled the fall I'm reckless from it. We will have September October November correct. Those We know the fall is canceled then I don't know I repeat. For Word Verbatim sources. Big Ten is announcing. This follows canceled the entire. Not. Just the football season. No thanksgiving no. Call Kolya Christmas. I guess. So all you like Halloween you like dressing up you like getting candy canceled. Like foliage, you'll like leaves falling off trees, Amin can twenty. BRATS. Company tax for you. Man My kids love the Pumpkin Patch. So. Yeah canceled. So the big ten home of the Michigan Wolverines Jim Harbaugh who eats a steak everyday because he takes calls it a vitamin. As my football coach. You know I love. He was the one who came out yesterday saying all Michigan's got a plan. We've had these kids safe since June thirteenth. Well, sorry coach. Thanks for wearing khaki pants and attacking everyday with an enthusiasm on known to mankind no football for you. That is breaking news. That's big time breaking nurse yeah there's also some. Other news and it's in the baseball world. Bob Nightingale reporting that Houston Astros hitting coach Alex. Cintron who instigated the athletics Astros Malay on. Sunday. Has received a twenty game suspension, which is the largest against the MLB coach and as outfielder Ramon Laureano who was the one that got hit. But then did go after Alex Cintron is receiving a five game suspension now. Joe Kelley got eight games for not. Hitting anybody. And all that gnashed Astros hitting coach gets twenty. That's all we're getting here. That's all it's happening. That's in this weird bubble season. So twenty games really means like sixty games hitting come then. Then for a hitting coach for stepping up onto the field, get six games, Bartolo Cologne steroids gets fifty games that doesn't seem like it kind of balances out right there at all, what it's like, Joe Thirty. is making goes on swings, spin the suspension. He's got a big deal with a number of games and you just spins the wheel. It's like plink. Oh, he's putting down a little suspension and the aware it lands that's what you get. Yeah, he's basically saying like look you guys wanted the astros that get suspended some here you go. I'm giving their head coach twenty games. Would Greg One we want to spend the astros for the season get Outta here said the mall AAA get them all out of here. We suspended him for the entire year not the hitting coach for Twenty Games and got it wrong dude. You didn't suspend the pitcher that actually hit some. I mean, come on Manfred get it together. Dude can you? Done. The three of us have as many world series rings between US says those players have been suspended exactly zero zero players Zero Games snuffing. Ridiculous Beckham Junior as as many playoff wins none. Ridiculous. News you got. Breaking news there my goodness. All it all coming down. What does this one? This is from Bruce Seldon. People saying that the twelve the PAC twelve will follow shortly and but that hasn't come out yet. So pack twelve is still alive and well, but looks like it's going to be cancelled as well. Hey I. This is a little bit of a somber note I wanNA leave it on a positive note. This is the six year anniversary of the passing of Robin Williams I. Remember I was hosting the Premier Live of the giver this movie with Taylor, Swift, and Jeff Bridges based on a popular book. The News had just broken. We went live for two hours and not knowing the details in Jeff Bridges came up on the stage they had done the Fisher King together and he just started crying. In. My arms and I remember being live with the dude in sharing this moment the loss of Robin Williams Robin was one of my dad's favorite interviews. If you WANNA go online if you're listening Google on Youtube Jeffrey Lyons Robin Williams and you'll see one of their great interviews over the years and he was such an amazing talent and such toward a force of just energy and life and humor, and of course, his demons and it's just a reminder that everyone is going through something. and. You know. He had a quote everyone you meet is fighting a battle. You know nothing about be kind always, and that's something that has stayed with me. Since the death Robin Williams I try to apply to my life to be kind always because you never know what somebody else's going through. So just want to try to end on a somewhat of a positive note and to look at the world through some lens of appreciation because you never know in this life is going to be taken from US Serbian did or what the world presents itself and Robin Williams. On the outside, you would think he had everything you've ever want but clearly on the inside was battling something that was too much for him. So when you guys employ Robin Williams. Some of the great movies of all time I know Loris seen some of those you have a couple of favorites when you think of the Great Robin Williams I do I asked of course Aladdin Jumanji. Miss doubtfire but one of my favorites and I think the favorite when a half him Jack I love that movie. That's a great movie. I'm moving drinks a lot of joy to to people when you go back and revisit it. So yeah, I am for you Greg Johnny. He's got a lot of great movies that have sad endings unfortunately. So I love dead poet's society is fantastic. I'm a big fan of patch Adams even though that's kind of a satish ending as well. But I I think I mean good will hunting is just one of the most amazing films that are out there so. Yeah Fully, my favorite movie of all time just movie series of first DVD bodies to dress up tracksuit my buddy sean and go to the battery cages and try to get in fights and like talk with the Boston accent for no reason drama. I. Love. Good. Wanting in Robin was. Just. Remarkable in that film won the Academy Award for his scenes opposite Matt Damon, as his Psychiatrist Yeah I. Love Robin Williams got a chance to interview a few times. saw that come across on the ticker today that it's been six years since the news of his passing and it took me back to that day in that moment and I was reminded that we're all going through something. So we can always show a little kindness and be there people and show him a little support It can go a long way and it can help out more than they might ever expect tomorrow big show. We got rich climate calling in the show. Katie's Guy I'm looking forward to that plus will will get into the dodgers a little bit more tomorrow is hopefully they're able to bounce back at the stadium tonight against the San Diego padres are Ben Lines filling in for Sodano Laura with the headlines we appreciate it Greg Super, producer, mazing job as always talked to guys tomorrow right here on seven hundred, ten, ESPN.

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Winter of Stein | Celebrity Big Brother 2: Week 3 in Review

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Winter of Stein | Celebrity Big Brother 2: Week 3 in Review

"If you enjoy the kind of pop culture nonsense that you might hear on an episode of the winter of Stein, you're gonna love all the shows on the collider network on podcast one the YouTube channel, turn podcast super network has got everything for your pop culture needs checkout. Collider sports Jedi council one on one with Christian Harlow movie, trivia, schmo down movie, talk and so much more. Check out the collider network every week on podcast one or wherever you get your favorite podcasts. No. A winter of Stein is a back for a week number three of celebrity big brother to an I am rob sister know, and I'm very excited to welcome in my co host. But let me allow the gray. Julie Chen Moonves to introduce you hear has legendary performer and comedian centers. Welcome eric. Digging rail smashing into sewed. It was. Al- smashers bringing McRae play super Spanish brothers on twitch. Has there been such a smashing episode? Foss Mazur's who is the ultimate king of smash Gallagher or Kenny from bone. Yes. Is it we'd knees? Possibly. Eric mom, man. What is good? There is something really good on the what is good front. I have some big news for you mention that big brother icon, ick legend, Paul of big brother eighteen and nineteen has moved to New York City p p rides again. Oh my God. I'm going to be pissed. Dumpy guys don't invite me out with them. Wow. So do you have any any plans with paulie califor-, a and Paul from big brother eighteen shooting worth that Twitter feud at one point big premiere party for the challenge tomorrow night p p and Stein together again, you're invited. Please. Absolutely. Okay. Let's go. I did get an invitation to get my face beating. I was like Jammie. Also, you've been asking me for going on the better part of a decade. Now, if I have anything to plug, and I always said, no. But today's the day something plug I'd like to use this platform to announce that Johnny Mack, and I will be playing a bad Midden game to one hundred one Eric. It comes with a tents cheese sandwich. You won't be grills raven. It'll be there. She's raising awareness for something and Joey Rodriguez isn't housing. Okay. The dog is like I want no part. He's like, hey, we talked about this before he started recording. We said we weren't going to bring that up. Yes. Eric earlier this season this year. You tweeted about the first five day on social media twenty nineteen Eric for people who are following all of big brother, social media. What that how many youths data Monday on big brother social media earned? I've been pretty steadfast that the vomit or tops out at five. But I think here today we're going to need to possibly slide scale a little, you know, I've never fan when someone says they give a hundred twenty percents that's a mathematical impossibility. But I think we just went seventy thirty. Time we maxed out scale over. And this is becoming via season ever, low low is one of the intestines ever wanted to cameos ever. And I am here for it. Because more for the show and more for BB Twitter means more food for us. Yes. Okay. Good. All right. Well, the more youths the better the USA getting devalued. It's almost like that. There's deflation. Yeah. I mean, but the thing is it's not for us to you know. It's not a sliding scale here. We don't need a bell curve. If people go full that's not our faults. Okay. Era is moment of this week though. We lost Beth man, Batman. Yes. Well, let's say that you and I spoke on Thursday. We're recording this podcast on Tuesday. The fifth will be back again one more time during celebrity big brother or one week from today to talk about the lead up to the finale who knows what can happen. How many in between now? And then Rick, but we lost two big figures in this season. It was Joey Lawrence on Saturday. And then Kato Kaelin last night. Let's work from the most recent to further back and give us your thoughts. Kato kaylin out of the big brother celebrity house. It's really no wonder why he has a long history of famous friends because he's just such an affable guy. So so charismatic. I mean, wouldn't you? On him staying at your home. I me honestly, I thought he your own man. Did he eats her it on for us? Yes. Leasing is. He angling for a spot in Tom Green's guesthouse? I think he might be angry for that big coveted spot on CBS. I've heard that. After the show. Yes, he could be moving in in the back house that the the neighbors in the neighborhood. Yes. He did have a couple of references on the show to his world-famous poker skills that we spoken out in the last thirty. Well. He's a great friend would never throw a friend under the bus might my driver's bus expired, my license two years ago that friend is Jay, okay? Let's break down this sentence. Please. Would you long form or just the the short for? Let's get along form. Okay. All right. This was from Kato kaylin cz. Speech to tell people why they should not vote him out of the house. He's been friends with with Tom green. But he would never turn against him twenty days. You really know someone you're punking next and we slept together. That's the wrong one. I would have said about Joe barber back day. Just okay. This is what Cato said before this. I was loyal to him. They went through onto the bus would never do it. And be Tom might my driver's bus expired. My license two years ago, you were safer Marge. Let's big about this for second. I know a lot of people think he tripped on his words is it possible that he is so famous. Yes. Personal driver. His yes. Bus had a personal vendetta with him and took steps to retire. His license. Yeah. But two years ago might my driver's bus expired, my license two years ago. So my driver's bus expired on my license rivalry with his personal drivers bucks. Possibly is it puzzle. That Kato is a huge Star Wars fan. And is speaking as iota might meaningless. Bus license. Expires mother. The car the great television show from sixty my driver's bus expired, my license two years ago. Next on CBS. Tom green bath, man, Lawrence and Kaeling. Starring in my drivers. Could we have some sort of a reboot of three men and a baby with Tom green Kato and Joey Lawrence the baby. I could I could. Maybe let's let's let's go safe. And let's go with maybe maybe baby. Nixon graph on the way, maybe spring that cover. Or big Meech? Be nice, maybe talk. Yeah. I think if you're going to map them sort of a one for one is Choi Lawrence is the Tom Celik. Might be more akin to full house possibly one of our other areas of expertise because I feel like Kato is a natural. Joe uncle Joey. Right. And then you Joey Lawrence is interesting though, because he could actually be uncle nobody has the cleanliness of a young. Yes, he's like Joey or is he Danny? I don't know. He's the most skilled actor. Yeah. Because I guess Tom green is probably the sag of the group. Maybe he's like the the woodchuck that Joey. We can't get this far off track. This early on to the podcast. What are you angry remarks that we didn't actually speak of big brother lists? Do we want about? I feel like this is the most big brother big brother podcast the race. Yeah. All right. We are right. On point this season hammer, you could smash us with a mallet all summer long. Right. We are the perfect to people to be covering celebrity. Big brother. I couldn't agree more. Do you think that it's possible that it's for the best that Joey bath men Lawrence was Vic did because much Kaitlyn before him? I think the repeal who needed him on the outside. Right. He has greater battles to fight outside of the house. And maybe he's gonna come in protect us here in the last seven to ten days of the season. Audibly I feel like he has a greater mission ahead possibly. Yes. Who are you saying his the threat to us? Well, could be Bali. Yeah. I mean, if if Lolo Jones is ever coming for us that don't expect Joey Lawrence to be any help. He's he's off of that train. Yeah. What do you think about the interview that Joey Lawrence ended up doing with Julie Chen the other night? Okay. I'm gonna give a shocking assessment and call it a two for two Inkster riding it as three fou- for sure. But that was the classic fake. I'm turning it on sycophant, Joey Lawrence. I've been a performer on my life. And I'm going to get in front of Julie. And I'm going to razzle dazzle them. Bad news. Julie doesn't have any cloud at CBS anymore. Not gonna work, Jerry. I feel like I I've seen. Mario lopez. Do this stick a couple times before where it's like, they're very particular and fussy, but they've been in the industry so long. It's just like turn it on a dime. I'm performing now. So I did not think it was authentic. I feel like you probably pre can that. And that was his bathroom stuff from the night before you probably crack that was doing he's rehearsing in the mirror. Unique. They are doing warm up getting voice ready. Eric, so you, and I have been discussing this all season long about how many times will we end up hearing, Joey Lawrence's signature phrase on celebrity big brother, this is from another. Amanda, did either of you predict a wo- from the announcer. How about this from the intro joing victim from the big brother house? All right. Inflec- cities. That brings us up to a total of three woes for the season are plainly loss. Roles. We both went over. Well, you are. So what do I for this? This is bad news for me. Okay. Well, let's maybe we'll go double or nothing from where we'll say people should know. And maybe the celebrities don't know this you do not go against big brother production. That is one of the number one rules of big brother big brother one oh wine. It's time that amber was antisemitic. And then the next ten segments about are not good segments. Right. We had just given us one. Whoa. He wouldn't be trolled like this. Right. But. The announcer his cast mates. Everyone had to fill in the woes for him. Come on, Joey, you're, you know, better than this gifts were overrode at this point. Okay. All right. So when Joey did his big interview in the house, he talked a lot about Lolo Jones how he was frightened by Lolo Jones Lolo header rough weekend in the house. Erica. Let's let's talk a little bit about Lolo. This is a question from liquid eight D on Twitter. The maker of the great BB viewer says if Lolo goes crazy on someone in the big brother house, but the feeds are down. Did it really happen? It's very zen question. I don't know brothers celebrity tells me tonight. Yes. But but then the conversations we hear implies that it may have. So it's a very tricky situation. I have dated several lows in my day. Whoa. People who do not like to be wrong. Get angry when they are wrong. Acts like victims when they are wrong real tough guy picking Dina in the veto competition. The go ahead to head with classic bully syndrome from Lolo. And if you push back against a bully normally the bully sort of collapses under that, I would love love to see the Lolo Jones dating show. Yeah. Well, that's a great great point Eric because leads us to our next question from a com Nellie, what are your thoughts on having low low as the next bachelorette? Now, I know you just got done watching the bachelor could Lolo work at the center of a dating show. This is too good to pass up. Somebody get ABC on the horn. She was on dancing with the stars. Sometimes they go back Schiller dancing with the stars. Why can't we go dancing with the stars to bachelor? She's had such iconic runs on the challenge. Dancing with the stars. Big brothers came out of it looking so good on all them smelling like roses. I can't she hand out the roses. And we know ABC loves a good virgin as they're Li. Yes, they let us know that hint system, and how great would it be to just see her berating thirty main or tires with love it or you're much more acquainted with the bachelor franchise than I am the the bachelorette typically fight with the men are we missing a lot of conflict here by putting lo low at the center of all this where the men are vying for her isn't the better opportunity to have Lolo Jones as one of the women competing for said bachelor. Yeah, that would meet tradit-. Wisdom, positively. But these shows have been on for, you know, fifteen twenty years now, we need to have the next innovation in the show. Why not have the person who's fighting with everyone be at the center of all of it? Even better that ways you can just fight with them in one by one. She eliminates them you piece of you know, what you are adding sure no room for you. You lying misogynistic son of a gun. It would be amazing like Natalie even Maria is like her like site advisor, Ryan's can Sigli area or something be providing. Okay, then Eric another Lolo question. J F says with all this fighting negativity going on both sides inside the house and outside the house. How do you keep continuing to feed the positive? Eric. Well, I you gotta let go of the negative thing. That's the key part of all this. And the great news is last night. We had someone who shows us what it looks like. And how great your career could be. If you just literally stay crushing it for five six decades. So we do have people to look up to. But I do agree things have gone a little negative, and we always want to be seeding, the positive you're at the winner Stein. So I think what may be good is if we were to find a positively charity and forget the badminton match. I can't so that all right? What if we do swaggie versus low low one on one hurdling, Eric no, no p- now. If not flow foils things about big brother Canada. Okay. Recount look interesting. Like that. Okay. Erica, you mentioned it. Okay. Let's start to talk about as we heard from another one of our great listeners hashtag winter of Stein to get your comments into the show. This is Mike says it's so exciting to see Polly's idol on the show last night. Nobody has stayed crushing it more than yelich crushing it. Yes. This is Frank says, Eric man smash jaycees meets hashtag. All right. First question could be more apt to leave the other cameo Gallagher. The Pauley Pauley to Gallagher and who's more apt to know who the other one. Well. Is does Gallagher know who paulie California is? You know, I don't think that Pauly or any of the California's would be familiar with the work of Gallagher. Most of the things that he smashes are produce. Perhaps if he was a working more with things like me for this. And different things. Damn good steak. This thing is cooked to perfection, and I'm all about it. Because these anchor feed themselves, your boy needs meet. Yeah. Beings are meant to be monogamous. I like to smash all the lady, and I also liked to smash the faces of podcasters as well. What are they ever going to be when they have about downing? But is there any Gallagher watches big, bro? Well, he's on big brother. So maybe there's a possible the Gallaghers big brother fan going to go into what I envisioned a casting room looks like for. All right. Tell us how this came to be arc right? All right. I somebody gets Sindbad on the phone. I've got a segment for him. Okay. That's a pass. I'm sorry is done Rickles still alive. As anyone heard from Tom green lately await when you mean in the house already. Yup. I heard Louis CK's avail moon work. Okay. Who else? Do we guide? We got. Oh, no can't have carrot everybody. Anybody and then lo and behold strapped with his weight belts around his stomach disguise a Mike back. Comes the tattooed. What are the the belly shirts? Call. He's donning. He's dressed like the guy who's on the cookie, crisp cereal. Yeah. He does look like that. He just a scape from Shawshank between. A last last ditch they were like does anyone know what BB Wreksa is doing? Then I wondered if Gallagher will be the soundtrack of a blossoming relationship. Like so was over last summer, you know, maybe Thomas Kato late at the wedding of a very not boring. Couple us. I was so happy to see Gallagher my favorite artist here in the. Bussing truck tour with him. All right, Eric, but was Gallagher in the mix for celebrity big brother was like a consolation prize. I did look into the life in times of Gallagher after the show, and from what I always a crazy story Gallagher put that on the wheel rise and fall of Gallagher. I don't think he was inconsideration series seems like a potential health risk awesomely. I feel like may have been like he's his last big moment. Did you get to the part in the Gallagher story when he sold his act to his brother who then was going around doing the Gallagher routine as Gallagher too. That's rough. How would you feel if your brother started a podcast if I sold at the podcast of my brother? Yeah. But it hurt it hurt right category. He realized media what he had done. I mean, what was the I did read that he had a bankruptcy issue. And then his manager released a statement and said if only we were all lucky enough to be as broke as Gallagher, we'd be just fine. Like he was trying to come public Risona of falling on tough times. But was secretly hiding a nest egg. Yeah. What's inside those watermelons those coconuts not for nothing? This man is not a hundred and five years old. So I do wonder why he feels like he can no longer break through a piece of fruit with Manley. To be quartered for him giving made me. All right. Well, let's let's go through the Gallagher routine and so- Gallagher Gallagher comes out it. And it's and it's r- Tom green in Kato or excited to see Gallagher. Nobody else has any idea who this person is do you think it's possible that KEDO ever stayed with Gallagher before? He does have a lot of weapons around the house possible. It's possible and Gallagher. Some would say may have lost a couple of miles off the fastball. Eric. That that fair to say, let's listen to some of Gallagher's greatest hits from last night. Life you lead here in the big, brother. Oh, no. This actually happened to me on on my season. I never I never liked to poetic about the good old days. But one day I woke up I was sleep in the room, and I woke into find a little person with the flava flav style clock. Spouting idioms around the house. Yes, go on. But the thing is was ever flav. It was not. I would have been my with my bridge Nielsen collection and connection and whatever. So I'm speaking. Life you lead here in the big brother house is that wasn't possible that this was actually Johnny Mathis stage. Life you lead here in the big brother house. This promoting my one game with. No. Just say these lines, Johnny. Anyway, thank you. Is a lot better candy. Was talking to watermelon. And it said, please. So the little gutters lines bungles. Tell that this was a part of a competition of some sort. And I was getting genuine Gibbs set because I knew the expressions. He was trying to say, but he wasn't saying them properly. So I all in my own head. And I was like is this the big brother version of these expressions? Am I supposed to learn them the wrong way or did this guy? Not learn his lines properly. So eventually, they cut the cameras, and I shook them down. And I was like listen, man. Tell me exactly what they told you to say because I'm about to be s questions about this and half a million dollars on the line. And wouldn't you know, it this man had his lines written on the back of his novelty size flava flav clock? And he just handed me the clock. So I could read what he was. So this was like a competition where they send us lake Gallagher's appearance in the house, and he was just as incoherent as him. But when the feeds cut he allowed the read what he was supposed to say. So I can at least make something of the. Spouting around the house. Life you lead here in the big brother house. Okay. So Gallagher's going through his things and he's taken out a different Mallett. He gets to that these people in the big brother house, they are on TV constantly, and they need to look their best Gallagher. Not following the advice. He's giving out. But he says that they the people that are playing the game. They need to look great in the big brother house you need a fresh face. So I've got a face cream for you. This is not the first time that you heard about this. We once heard about shows as upcoming prime that also was going to shoot facial cream. Sapone people. Did Gallagher improving here. Do they rehearsed? This is Gallagher. Earpiece in. I don't know it would be hard to tell because of the long flowing white hair. But I don't know. I don't know. To sensors get to hear Gallagher's routine before he went out there, really doing some blue comedy. That's rough. This episode white on in the nine o'clock hour, Eric this. That's. That's right. Save the real cutting edge segments for the later. We need have Gallagher the first week bring in Gallagher week two, and we're on tougher competition. Nine PM. Was. Could we have him back for the summer? Spitting watermelon. Good. Life you lead here in the big brother house. All right. Really what they've all been saying. That's basically what he's been saying. His post interviews life in the big brother. All right. They asked him point blank. Did you have fun this summer enjoys like, no? Fun. It's so much fun being berated by national hero like Lolo. Okay. And then Eric we get to Gallagher's trademark signature bit smashing the quartered. Watermelon. Now, do you think that this was like just like they brought in Tori, spelling for Adam pock? Do you think that someone Tom green specifically is set on his application? My hero is Gallagher and they brought him in just for that. I con agree and get him Gallagher on like book cameo for like, seventy five bucks. And then they ended up. This is like, oh, we bring them in. I don't know how they got a hold of nece, man. It seems like if I have you told me he was living in a cave for the last thirty years. I would. Yeah. Behaves. Tim possibly to get a hold of him. May maybe they reached out to his brother possibly on social media Gallagher to do we know this was gal, you're one we're going to have to hire Sherlock Tom investigation to get to the murder mystery. Yeah. So that we get to the signature trademark bit for Gallagher, and here is Gallagher going to smash some watermelons what will do for your. Alan. A firm. What will sledge Matic do for your melons, Eric it will it will firm them up? Now, not for anything and far for me to pick Gallagher. But isn't he doing quite the opposite of firming up the melons? Yeah. I also wonder what do you think the change of mallets was halfway through is that the second one was the only one that could get through the quarter Mellon. Well, I wonder if maybe Gallagher in his experienced state could only swing the heavy mallet for so long that they had to go. He said, here's a kids. Ballot. I feel like in order to get to the bottom of what a mallet to the mail-ins looks like we would potentially have to. Maybe check in with the version king possibly some of the victims of the ball smashers. Because I most people don't bounce back from now. But I know Gallagher wants to say it'll firm up your melons. But he's he's really he's he's he's actually smashing and and flattening the melons who do you think would have been bigger Paul him or Yaacov smear nuts? Gal maybe yuck of smear enough had a higher high circa nineteen eighty eight. But there have been some good good. If he was still there when the mooch was there, you could have had some good in Soviet Russia. Yeah. Have been good but been around for forty years. Oh, yeah. If not longer not longer. So all right. Any anything else on Gallagher arc need fresh fate. So why got a famous cream for you? Here. I mean is this what was going on has he been there? All summer was this the bathroom stuff possibly oh. Disappear for forty five minutes come back with a crane space. Yeah. Possibility. I did hear some questions on the Twitter machine. That was wondering what exactly was going on his midsection area. I think so I are elastic pants or something. Yes. So I think that if I had to guess, I feel like that maybe he had his his Mike pack. I don't know. He's like he's like because when he goes up to do the swing the mallet like his shirt was coming up a little bit, and you could see his stomach, and it looked like he had some sort of a lasting band. Maybe Gallagher has a hernia. Maybe. Yeah. Maybe it's some sort of a spanks type like material like a girdle or maybe it could've been just like on survivor when they like us that to hold your mic pack in place. Interesting. I wonder if as a huge big brother fan like he obviously is knows that they often cast to show some skin. So he was just trying to give the audience what they want. You know, maybe I have the distinction of being one of the only people in show history specifically told to go back in the house and put a shirt on for the. Yes Gallagher was doing the opposite. He's like, hey, I'm not going to give them the full Monty, especially there was a scandal in Super Bowl about. Why could Adam LeVine not Janet Jackson? So maybe he didn't want to go all the way with the wardrobe malfunction, but he's like others wear something short. So I accident showed skin. Eric what'd you last night? When the huskies as Julie Chen for the result of the Super Bowl, and she's like. Almost got me not gonna not going to say anything. She was. She was all in. And then they were like Julia. What the kids do that? Oh, right. Right. Sorry about sorry about that. Okay. Eric. So I have a question for you. Now, I have a give you an option here. We don't know. We haven't done this before I've got two questions for you can pick which one you want to answer. Okay. This is choice. A this comes to us from the Nick that sucks. Please provide a top five list of guests from the BB house that you'd want Gallagher smash or do you want be Matla Gorey's question, which is please provide a tough five list of things in your home that you would want Gallagher to smash which top five list would you like to give us? These are both such excellent questions. I say what we do is. We just go crazy here. Mix and match them. And we just go back and forth be things or guests from the big brother house where things that our own home that we'd like to smash. I think we could riff on this for a while. Start go for it. Unlike some of the C, I personally, I'm not a p guy. So if I get a hold of some frozen peas, I'm never put in that with my four core lamb chops. I will smash a bag of Rosen peas anything. Very good. Very good. What would I smash from my from my house? I feel like a low Legos that I have around here. Dangerous very dangerous. We have way too many go ahead. Football league as inspired by that as a scenario two guys bed against each other that they would spill out a floor full of Legos and have to walk across them for ten minutes for ten minutes. I mean seriously. All right. I would like to smash anytime bad detective Derek Lavazza comes into the house and recaps what he's seeing in the house don't like those segments. Do you think that we will have a Sherlock Tom green in his place in the future? But you know, it'll be like in a full monocle newsies cab, some knickers on Alexa, flourish. I think that's nice. That's nice that I will not smash also maybe one of Polly's pies. Not for nothing a lot of pies. There. I think we could stand to lose one. I'd also like to smash my foam finger that I bought at the one on one game because I feel like I don't want that souvenir anymore. It's carnage to I'd like to smash some of the random Twitter accounts that yell at me for things that I don't even know what they're talking about. Sometimes I get a tweet, and it takes me ten minutes to even figure out. What what this person is mad at me for I would like to smash my roomba. Does not do a very good job of getting the crumbs off under the. Center. And I feel like if I have to keep getting up and redirecting it. It would probably just be easier to take the vacuum out myself. Okay. Eric anything else you wanna or you want to stay crushing it? Mom, man. Stay crushing it. Okay. Let's keep going up more. We got more stuff to get to here. In the winter of Stein. Let's say question here from ARL our own Mike bloom says in honor of the talk of Gallagher on CB three is their value in casting an entire season of washed up standups Gallagher versus carrot top versus Andrew dice clay sends. Now, do we know if Andrew dice clay, a hosted the H competition, I did hear that. He was in the house. I know seriously. I heard I heard something about a dice in the house last night. That's right. That's right right after him. Exactly. Well, we have seen. Lisa limp. Nellie on the apprentice before she was good looking for work. She got ready for a takeover once upon a time. So she'd be on this. We know Margaret show. No, Margaret show may or may not have been under a mass performing some vocals recently. I think we could cast this pretty easily. Yeah. I mean, this no more last comic standing, why don't we just get all of the like a comic house and then played brother last comic standing. Yeah. But if the whole season wasn't endurance comp, and we have these older stand up comedians, and it's quite literally this would be actually a good like viral video the last comic stint. So they tip over one by one. I think we could be on. But you don't put your money on Gallagher. Help us feel the positive for sure because there's been some tense times in the BB house this week. Right. And I feel like this could be the solution. Stewed finally, just, you know, having some fun in the house, fun, fun, fun, fun fun. Yes. Okay. Look, Tom Green's been really good on the show. So you got a lot of a lot of comic comics and comedians to get in there. Maybe instead of comedians in cars getting coffee, maybe they could just go and get. In. House. Lamenting where it all wrong. Okay. Green been that good. Or is it just a low bar? A low low bar, Eric. Okay. Let's talk about our next subject here today. The Melissa who was recently featured with tweets on big brother celebrity. What would the winter of Stein magazine front page? Look like, Eric if you had winter of a big brother, I con right here. Yes. If you had a the publisher very winter of Stein magazine, what would be on the cover this month? I think it would be like me in an avalanche of snow getting buried and you see like my arm reaching for the sun. I wish it were summer again. Possibly the winter of Stein isn't connecting in the same way as summer of nine. Can I make my way back now can't ios next summer? It's not necessarily like a calendar. I don't necessarily needs to be. But it is called winter time magazine. Yeah. Is it like is it like the periodical version of this podcast like because it like sort of like the things that we're covering now? And what would be on the cover or is it actually about your winter? Yeah. Well, I do feel like right? He'd probably have like an interview with bath man or something along those lines. Right. So I think it would be moved. Representation of what we're seeing before us. But what that is other question. Right. Can you think of like what are some of the just shoot me ask like tag lines? That would be for different features in the winter of Stein magazine. Just shoot me too soon. The hammer and the grapefruit it's a blood orange more visual impact. But I just ruined. My laptops. One in OMI. Find all winter of Stein. Mop it off with a towel. Okay. All right while Eric is doing that. Let's keep with the theme of talking about the big brother magazines because last night we were treated to a contest for the power of last week's h competition, which was about looking at magazine covers and I thought it might be fun to go back in Eric. And I to take a look at some of these different periodical 's which Tom green was trying to hawk in a fake subway station to people, and then maybe imagine what some of the things that are going on in these magazines, actually are so imagine that they didn't even want to pay the cartoonists to do the superheroes. Even bother with the witticism of the movie. Let's take a look at some of the highlights from last night. And why don't we start off with a magazine simply titled be big say, a big brother magazine, and it's a picture of Kato kaylin with Dina. Lohan hugging him from high exclusive stars describe what it's like to live in the big brother house, and I have to say what what a life what a life. It must be. Few lead here in the big brother house. What is going on in this magazine? Like, what type of magazine is this? I feel like this is Cindy perhaps of a lifestyle magazine like omega Zien, but then the big brother house itself or Julie or the watchful eyes should probably be on the cover. So this tells me that we're going into salacious territory, this is perhaps more like a tabloid magazine. And if I didn't know better, this seems to be insinuating that there may be some sort of a love connection going on. Yes. And when they describe what it's like to live in the big brother houses there like a scandal of what it's actually like to live there. Like, oh, you wouldn't even believe what they do to us and the big brother house what really goes on there when they turn the cameras off. I've loved to actually read like an ongoing journal of thoughts that what of these celebrities was having during this experience just dressed up like a hot dog my career is rooms. I wonder this is. And even farfetched when vision, I think we will be getting be like BuzzFeed article of like from house guest house guest Kato Kaelin story. Ultimately. Once you going to say about this. Well. No murders in a few career suicides to place in this. Okay. Eric. Let's talk about this magazine. It's called a pond magazine. It features Anthony Scaramucci in three different versions around the chessboard. The best new chess moves Eric is this the real or the big brother life equivalent of chess, boy magazine is this possible. That one of these is Mark Paul Goss ler as marris as Anthony Scaramucci, Scripps Novic your to goods. Scare Mucci centerfold of his chest. Boy magazine. Yeah. Deputy lead. Like, there's gonna be some sexy photos a rook when you open the pages. This. Hey, by the way, does does Gallagher where screeches beret? Right. He might actually be maybe he was the actual originator of speeches secret sauce, but he's three. The JC. Only Gallagher Whitney Mellon Sant's. Why is Anthony Scaramucci on the cover of pawn magazine? Yeah. It would never be on. This is a king in his own right right here. If the ponding something. He's a big twins. The fact that I wasn't leaving for Switzerland five days, another one of these magazines. I'm really not sure what this is. This is BB magazine. Ricky Williams is on the cover. It's like kind of making a muscle, Ricky Williams. My method have fun playing the game. It's very similar to lows inability to flex her twenty second never seen someone flex like that before I've also never seen someone flex after winning. Yup. But I wonder easy having fun planes seem to be enjoying part of team fun. Yeah. He he he was trying to connect with the outside world desperately searching for his one, right? Not seem to him. Also, this is a particularly unflattering photo. Could we not get a high times magazine approved by the big brother sensors Gallagher through? But what what even is. What? They were getting to the end of the night. And they're like, I don't have any more title. Just right BB be back with Ricky Williams. Okay. How about this one? We got diary digest. And here's a Lolo. She looks like that she is just been throat punched here by taymor Braxton, and then Kato kaylin is in the background. I'll wait a minute says Lolo got more than she bargained for. Yes, you have Kato here. So is it possible that this is actually a typo and that after his stomach tummy hurry? And then he got it massage out of him by Ricky is it possible that this is actually intended to be diarrhea. Oh, no, no. But Eric, let's move right past that. Kato kaylin. It says Kato is haunted by dreams of marshmallows question. Mark. And then underneath there's Texas says, where's my pillows? And this is so bizarre wise Kato kaylin having dreams where he's haunted by marshmallows. And the only thing I know about Cato's pillows twenty days, you really get to know someone you're next we slept together. Spunk. No, we had with the time in the Phillies at tweet us. And I had the internet's onto you saw. Yes. So why was Julie so quick to get so bent? Not all that. Yeah. Roommates. So so this is confusing. Does he think that Tom green is a marshmallow? Did he put a barrier of marshmallows between them to sleep at night? And what does it where does well though, play into this? She got more than she bargained for. Just gusting Kato. You're not a real man to piece of dairy marshmallow marshmallow. Okay. That's diary, digest not going to pick up that one. Maybe dairy digest is that possible. I think it's all telling one rowing. Okay. All right. Then Erica, this one might be my favorite. Here's Ricky Williams that he's off the cover boy for the magazine writer die. I remember all my rider dies from the beginning. I see who flip flops us who comes back when the good. I see these times a bad bets biking brands to buy outside the big brother house writer, die magazine. I. Will give a personalized tweet into anyone who takes fifteen seconds to photo shop police facing magazine. I remember all my rider dies from the beginning. See who flip flops see who comes back when the times good? I see time. The bad wonder our producers tuning into this podcast for inspiration because episode had a true writer die and Ricky Williams and Gallagher's steak crushing it. Yeah. Episode might just be the polysilicon EQ that everybody wants to get in on. It is the best. I this is a treat a treat. Although there are unfortunately, some flip-flop IRS Ricky's mid so he needs to be careful. Yes. Okay. Be careful and Ricky Williams says no leg also. So understand what in the world is just. This. What does he have to do with biking? I think they really wanted to work rider die in there. I don't think. When it came down to. Okay, last one. Oh, we we're backed another hundred other issue of diary digest. This is one with Dina. Lohan on the cover Dina is excited to share the big brother house. This is just like a list of shoutouts inside like to Allie girl Lindsay Michael going on each page, and then you wouldn't believe the acting gig they booked I mean, I think jeez. Been the least salacious person to ever stepped foot in the entire house. I mean, oh what a dud, and what it great winner. Be. All right. Hold on. We'll come back. We're gonna come back to Eric. So this week on CBS, not only are we watching a lot of celebrity big brother also CBS home of Super Bowl fifty three. What a what an epic memorable night that was maroon five halftime show as well to boot. But the question from will hatch, Eric what would your act for the world's best be. Did you catch? The I know you've watched eight hundred different reality TV seasons. The world's best kicked off after the Super Bowl, featuring a wide variety of acts. I recently got consent to sign off on shopped America's most wanted and cops unscripted programming and that added about an additional seventy seasons in there. So I'm starting my marks. With thousands. And I need as many as I can get and be premiere of world's best did make the cut has a if I had to bring an act or skill to that it would probably be the world's bests Napper us ably. Good. I'm solid at taking a couple of drinks and seeming like, I'm still sober. That's pretty good impressive. I'm pretty solid at stay in crushing it. But I don't know that I would get the proper amounts of points that I need to advance in the competition necessarily. I do explain the format people because I watched it, and I was very confused at how this works. Sure. Sure. So we've been hearing all week about the major innovation you, see. I liked to show more the first time when I watched it, and it was called America's got talent. Yes, I've been hearing about the major difference. The wall of the world's which interestingly enough had former w dolls hot right now. Which was surprising. I'm not sure what country was representing being that. He's plainly American who was that? On the wall. Ricky she fought to oh originator of the stink face. Era of WWE. Him. There is a strange thing. Nonetheless, so allegedly they would be represented by this wall of various expertise from around the world. We kind of saw this on Netflix is the final table over going for sort of global field to this. Right. But then I was really surprised to find out that the three American judges represented an equal amount of points as the fifty worldwide. Yes. Winnable me. And that judging panel was rupaul, drew, Barrymore and faith hill. That right. Yes. Okay. Yes. That's a very wide spectrum of talents that they are representing from the world. It's like icon ick German juggler, like it's like these very niece sort of skills. US panel seem to be ULA skill. The nose traditional reality talent skills. Okay. So first thing do you do you know, what your talent would be? I don't honestly have a lot. I'm relatively mediocre bowler. Like Tyler was I'm a decent karaoke e singer. But I know. I can't see myself as taking home the crown. So I think probably what I would try and do is buy the rights to Gallagher's acts from Gallagher too. Just you got the blood orange. Yes. Or possibly I could do a ventriloquist act with maybe maybe. Puts his Bah of my back into trolls me that would be very impressive couple takeaways that I had that. So I realize that James corden seems a lot less funny without celebrities doing karaoke. Yes, seems reminded me shriveled back up to the Baker from into the woods, which she previously was. There was one act that really did catch my attention from the premiere of the world's best Eric did you happen to see a Australian man who goes by the name of shark. Boy. I did I did. But please remind me of all the glory of shark. Boy, if anybody missed the world's best after the Super Bowl. There was a young man named shark boy and shark boy came out with a large neon tube. I'll a lightsaber from Star Wars. And this is what shark boy in front of a national audience following the Super Bowl proposed that he was about to do I've attached to small microphone so the tip. You'll hear my gag reflex. Opening my internals working and my hot BT. Do we have to? Now. Did he rip off Josie? This is a lawsuit in the making. Yeah mean probably literally is a glass house style lawsuit in the mentioning that's neither here nor there. I have heard that format before. Very very interesting. And you know, I was not happy with the judges critique of this act. This was mighty impressive to me. Yeah. I mean, if I found someone who had those sort of abilities marry in ingest that style of object and here, their gag reflexes and so forth. I feel like I'd be mighty impressed by that. Obviously. Eric. He went onto then he saw he swallowed a sword holding up a two kegs. And then finally what was what was happening. There is. I don't know. I'm going to swallow a sword and bench press two kids. What what's the theme? Crushing it. Yeah. And then finally shark boy had one final trick up his sleeve, oh which involved swallowing a number of swords at the same time. A couple of years later, I had magnets inserted into my chest into the flesh. And as I suspected at pulled the blades away from my hot will this odes titled together, I managed to nineteen sorts. It's real wiggle them around for you. Well, not since the frozen yogurt challenge of big, brother. Fifteen have we seen such a compelling spectacle on CBS, maybe we should start the petition for shark boy on TKO or candy crush possibly. And he does it with the sword. And I'm wondering I'm wondering if I if I'd be able to swallow his well. Give it a go. You know, what I was going to do it just for the comedy? But I I thought of the gifts that would. We stopped myself in the Nick of time. I was just in Iceland, though, I sampled some shark and boy it wasn't good. Tell you that you you can't eat it raw, and it's toxic that way. So they let it for Menton a whole or along those lines. It's not good. Not good. Don't have. Yeah. Not actually would wonder if eating shark or eating sword is more sensibly. All right, Eric. Let's check in with a few more questions from our listeners rank the world's best against TKO and candy crush arounds. Well, the the world's best. I don't know. To me. I don't know. It's like snob story a lot of sob stories like a lot of these acts like they had like here's a million guys like breaking boards. Like what what do you do with that? What is that like other than you know, you you make like a kung FU FU DO? I mean, how many people are going to go buy a ticket to go watch. That is there anyone from the history of big brother who had even a singular talents that we could send to represent us on the world's. Yes. Yeah. Ian, Terry kicking himself in the head. Put that through. Could see past seventy five points. We already mentioned jeanmarie eating the frozen yogurt. And what else with shark? Boy. Oh, I think those are the two two most impressive things I've seen on this show for sure I guess they can do it like a really long act of Britain can kick twenty five hundred goals possibly baby commercial break that's eighteen meditate, and we could get like JC does backflips off the couch. So there's a lot of impressive talent that goes into the big brother house. So as a like a buddy act with the dominion. Right. There. There is probably some potential here. Also, this is nothing to do with what we're presently talking about. But now, I'm thinking about pass houseguests. How do you think Kato and Tom rank up with you know, the hitman and other conic duos the big house? You think they have taken their place in the pantheon of duos? Yeah. Willin Bill in the house. Yeah. So do they get retain team fun? I know they brought other people into it. But when we think of team fun, six months from now, it will just be Tom and Cato. Well. It's like a divorce like who gets to keep the nation brand confusion. I think it'll be Tom and Kato, but then I see the digital series in which they are competing against the original amazing race team fund for. Yeah. Could be disney'll. Yeah. Find that team. So it's going to be close one. Okay. All right, Eric, okay. It's more questions from our listeners. Andy McIntyre wants to know are we on and Neville trajectory towards a Dina? Lohan win Erica. So you you you're buying this. Well, you have to remind me how this works like eight ten people make it to the finale, and then just one person chooses the bring right? All right. 'cause here's the thing. Dina seems apt to win a vote. Sure. But you'd have to imagine that people know that they don't wanna be sitting against and the likelihood of her winning the final challenge and being decision-makers seem small so this does actually feel like a pretty small likely, but so if I had to guess so just to give you the rundown on what the rest of the schedule. It's like so then there's no Vic shin Thursday. I've double addiction Friday and now gets down to five. And then if they do another addiction on Monday night, they'll gets down to four going into the finale instead. Of five going into the finale like last season. All right and somebody could wit. No. I don't think she's going to win. I feel like this is rob looking like a candy win maybe feeling which is in similar spirit to Dino in. Okay. Okay. I mean, I guess though less fee DNA win. There's only like so many a fiction and moments still left. So you do actually wonder if there's just simply even enough victims to go around to get rid of all of Natalie Lolo, Ricky, Tom, and if one of them's sitting there do they win or do people lash out, it's a little little tough to ascertain. I actually could get on board with a t mar Josh Martinez style, very volatile from get go, but that's our lovable taymor right there. You know twist really paid out almost as our apps. Eric. Speaking of team are Michel Ma bell says taymor has lucky wig apparently do either of you have a lucky item that you use plaid shirt. Dino, the dog Eric delay lucky item. I don't I have several unlucky item. Everything. But I look back though in nineteen ninety four very timely reference. When the New York Rangers were making a push towards Stanley Cup. I noticed that they would score a goal every time I took a shower and at first I was angry that they would score. And I would miss it every time. But then I realized no I'm controlling the actually out of Rangers right now. So I- showered incessantly throughout the playoffs during their run. And not once did I shower without them scoring a goal. Okay. So Rangers fans are asking my lucky. Yes item. But it's not for my own life. It's for controlling supports outcomes from over two decades ago, and it was only in nineteen Ninety-four. Oh, yeah. Reminded against ins, but to no avail. I don't think I have anything particularly lucky that I can think of blankie. Possibly. No. I don't have a bowl lanky. You know? Not yet not even a lucky like no lucky microphone like I wore this used this microphone on the day that I won the podcasting awards and day. I not the park interviewing so and so not not even so I do have a lucky microphone so as so I talked into this microphone for all of the best podcasts that I've done. But I also talked into this microphone for the worst podcasts that I've done. So it all sort of like balances out. Yeah. I mean, you did talk into it on the day that you've got to cover Gallagher. So. It wasn't lucky before it is now. Okay. All right lucky person in general. I think I've won bingo at be Jewish center. Once. What about a thirty five dollar price? And then spent it all on McDonald's. So that's about as far as my lex gone. Okay. This western from. All the way back to this question from. Uh-huh. Msci. How would it have influenced the game strategically if all the celebrities would have worn masks and their identify identity was revealed after the vision would Tom green still be in the game despite his unicorn costume now, Eric I pitched the idea on Twitter this weekend of what about mask singer Super Bowl competition where if it was if instead of hey now, here's maroon five. And everyone's like, this stinks. What if it was masked maroon five and then there masked they play. And then at the end of the performance on mask. Oh, maroon five, okay? Different feeling right. I like where your head's at that kind of happen. Because the Bumblebee did in fact, Performa America, the beautiful or whatever it will. So happened in reverse in mass mass singer, but I will say I like where your head's at. And I wouldn't be surprised if we do see this because everyone loves to piggyback off of a successful television idea. But I think that there's actually could benefit the game because like all star season but celebrity seasons there's sort of tempted by their pre existing reputations relationships. Right. So would people treat in Olympic hero diff- differently or a murder trial witness differently? If didn't the source, and I think that this is actually a very fascinating point here. I would love to see a season in which. It was you were only unmasked when you're sitting with. Julia. How great it would be great. Strategy this season the man. I don't know in practice people could keep the masks on. But I do like the mass Super Bowl performer. And then, you know, people get mad at people for oh, how could you perform at the Super Bowl halftime show. Then you nobody's nobody's hitting you before you get you get there. And then nobody's hitting you while it's on, oh, this person's sucks, then you get on mass. And it's a big reveal. And it's a game. Tom Brady was wearing a mask where he loses like air of invincibility. Right. You could just be going against any quarterback that point. Right, right ease. The psyche of his opponents of that point a very fascinating. I like where you and meets combined elaborate year, but Eric here's where I want to go with this. Okay. If we were going to now set up the like wipe, everybody's brain. And now instead of celebrity big brother this cast was on the mast singer. We're taking our celebrity broadcast there the mass singer what costume. Our some of our standouts from this season wearing. All right. First one that comes to mind Kato would be a white Broncos Praca like what seems easy. Okay. Put him in the put them in the Bronco of big. Oh, okay. I mean, the missing has given some pretty on the nose clues like there's one gentleman who is yet to be unmasked, and they just named a dozen and sing songs which seem implied that it could be a member of insect. So by that token, Ryan lucky would probably be like an Olympic gold medal in a pool. And like instead of guessing he wouldn't be like a giant lock. Maybe like they I feel like Ben the judge because they liked to play along. They don't know. You know, they'd be like, you know, could this be an Olympic best ball player? Isn't it? Von possibly, you know, just like, I don't know. I just can't place for some reason. Yeah. What would you Lawrence b? Blow dryer. Yeah. I think Ricky Williams would probably be like either lingerie and cloud of smoke. Stinging Afroman's before. The more. We're talking about it. Was going to win the power of veto. Candies. Just a piece of candy because. This housewife is and then like. This possibly be is this Meaney leaks. I'm not sure. Yeah. Okay. Bethany Frankel no idea here. Lots of ideas for the masked houseguests. Okay. Tender Taryn wants to what is Eric stance on Ps? We know you were going to smash them. Yeah. Not a p guy. There's been one too many tastic documentaries about that lately. I just I don't wanna be. I wanna be appearing on on the next star Kelly special. Not if I missed read that I'm sorry. I'm confused. I don't like vegetables. I'm sorry. Okay. All right, Eric, I think that's about it. It was about in about forty five minutes ago got an Email about when when we're gonna play basketball from one of the listeners. We're not doing that. I mean, it would be you get a lot of bang for your buck though, because I could see taking us six seven. About this Eric what if you and I play NBA jam? Yes. Can announcer. Yes. Okay. And then we'll livestream livestream. Rob versus Eric NBA jam what year probably about what ninety three. Would you be cheating? If it was an NBA jam ninety four and playing the game from the shower. You finally caught what I was dangling for here with Patrick Ewing and John Starks that way can get you back on the double or nothing for the the wo- bet. It's all coming full circle. Or do you have a Sega Genesis? I actually do. Yeah. Okay. All right. But maybe look maybe we could be on to something here. I like where your head's Aldo? Unfortunately, it would be us one on one but NBA is played to onto. So you know, it's all the more for fast dig in on. Okay. All right. Please welcome. The stars of NBA jam ninety four rob. And eric. Were to get any sponsors for this or any money mitalent fee is a flat through thousand dollars. So you know, my my driver's bus expired, my license two years. Okay. All right. Eric. Anything else USA heading into the final week of celebrity big brother too. I feel like that actually like encapsulates my life in recent years. My driver's pus expired, my license three years ago. And here I am on the winter time here, we are three weeks and says it all three weeks and only one week left to go. Of course, so much still coming up. We'll be back with more celebrity big, brother. Recaps on Thursday night. Double Vic Shen on Friday, LLC roundtable, still to go as we are closing in on one week left before we smash open. The giant watermelons of reveal who the winner of celebrity big brother two will be acting Gallagher will be back for the finale. I would say no, I would say. You know, I feel like you probably took the money and ran the Tel will be if we see the audience with a tarp. Whether like. No tarp for this test. You wouldn't never. Near that would be recoiled faster than Kato kaylin hug. Right Gallagher was trying to get into the mask singer. And he got shut out of that too. I don't know. I feel like this was pretty good grand for him. Honestly feel like he he really pulled. I mean. I know that we looked into this before. But what do you really think went through the mind? When they contact somebody. No Gallagher, and like he called in a favor. Yeah. Right. I feel like they may have been helping him out and not vice versa. Yeah. Gallagher lives in my condo. Really wants to do something with us hito that seemed to upset Julie so much. I mean, lots of your people to come out in the big brother house, and she's hugged them just fine. Yeah. Like, she's now, maybe she's just like, you know, you wants to draw a line in the sand like Kato's like I'm so happy to be your Julie and cheese like hashtag metoo. I've never seen. Julie. Like, really like. No, no. I'm not doing. I'm not hugging. We're not doing. We're not doing that. Do you think that she was like skied out about the OJ stuff? Like, she's going the Jonathan's Jim making dinner with other people. How many every houseguests that's that's come out. You know, she's given like a hug, no matter what they did in the house. I was not there that night. I bring up my name. More so Gallagher on the singer. He's definitely the watermelon. Right. Yeah. There. So just like on the nose of these actually holding the sledge. He's like his clues are like when I perform it's always hammer time. Oh, this be the great MC hammer. This possibly carrot top by helix produce that could be a watermelon could be carrots. I love giving props that everybody. I've I've been known to perform smashing pumpkins every once in a while to Corky lead singer smashing pumpkins years is great. It's definitely not my brother. Oh. Her to possibly. Likely. I do. I do have to wonder after watching that act of much like Melissa felt last night. Is there such a thing as prop comedy or is? It just props that, brother. Pomme seem becoming part seem de emphasize in his app, although it's funny, but for all the wrong reasons. Life you lead here in the big brother house. That all day here Gallagher show Mance. Who with Dina lo Han? Benthic other Julie. Noticed you had a cap on her tooth? That's how I knew it wasn't her twin. Hand. I'm here today with Lindsay Lindsay. How are you? Oh boy. All right tangled web. We very tangle. Ari? We're going to wrap things up a little bit of five for last week. So normally we play you the closing music for big brother, but we got hit with the giant mallet of copyright infringement on YouTube for that one. Apparently, do not do not use any of the big brother music in your YouTube, videos, or U2. will get soul lambs. So must be the reason that we had less viewership. In the last episode. It's not be poor content or appear by me. Sunk. It must've been be the fact that people didn't want to get in trouble. Yeah. What's video that had music infringement? So we will still give you a preview of what will happen on the season finale of winter of Stein, but we will be forced to bring you the instrumental version of it, Eric let me let me lead you in. All right. I'm play on my are in Bongos here. All right. Dum dum, boom airing thinks that he's going to go ahead and sign my act and started doing. Hold on. Can you play? It for me still. I can hear what it is that it sounds like so I can recreate oh eight. Nope. Can't get. Get. All right. Fiume if Eric thinks that he's going to go ahead and steal my act. And then go ahead and do rob has a podcast too. Well, he's about to get slammed you'd think after all. We're going to go on all of Rob's YouTube videos and put this beautiful music on no career anymore. And he's forced to sell the rights to the podcast to me. I don't know. It's very hard. Tom. I feel like I know the tune buddy really wasn't coming out of me say, yeah, it's a little like a Phil Collins thing where it's like has a big like to doom like feel good about. But from there just like, some general synthesizing possibly know. What are you going to do? All right. It's all right. Well, as a as a parting gift, you know, I know how much your son did enjoy appearances from catch up guys number on myself with this guy. You've got the floor. All right. I'm going to get myself a Gallagher bath, man. So hold on every let's let's please welcome in. Okay here. He is the great. Please. Welcome. Are you? Okay. Become this action. My eyes. That's a lot of citrus in your eyes. Just showered before the podcast what a waste. How are the Rangers doing? This call you know, somehow felt were. During the summer, but. You know, I'm not getting the same thing from. All right. Thank you everybody. But.

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Nerd Death match 4

Covert Nerd Podcast

1:22:48 hr | 1 year ago

Nerd Death match 4

"Comics have been red action figures. Simple the video games had been played battle decades in the making to nerves. Enter the arena to do battle to nerds. Leave the arena. More nerdy Birdie. That ever. It's time for a nerd. Death match have have Lebron back from the Ardley Bachman to do another nerd death match right again for having me on. It's always a great fun. We get together to do these. Oh Yeah it's it's a blast. I love it real quick though. Why don't you introduce yourself to the listener for the first person are for the people that haven't heard? These horror does talk archer so I`Ma Emma Lee not to be confused with charming host. But I'm an artist. Generally do comic SCI FI fantasy style. Art Big a big fan of the couvert nerd show and it's always a great time to be on these gator nerd death match on. Definitely we love these ner death matches you can find Lee at Ardley early Bachman. facebook definitely hit him up for some artwork is does excellent work doing a episode themed in the Star Wars Universe. Because by the time you hear this movie will be coming out soon. The last of the trilogy. We'll see if they can redeem themselves. But I don't know they've got some work to do and he got some work to do but anyway that's episode. Yeah we get maybe okay. Accurate comes out we can maybe have another death match and burn all of Dr Figures in books or something. I don't know it depends on how it goes. Yeah or go by much more anyways. A star wars themed so we pitted three star wars characters and and then pit them against other characters that we thought were somewhat equally balanced in other universes and see who can win that type of battle. Yeah so so. That's the premise of this episode. So I'll start first in. I'd shows for my first pick. I went with the star side. You're on the side of the force. Yes I'm the Non Star Wars yes the non-stars and I think our first categories vehicles. Yes we're GONNA DO VEHICLES I in the my first pick is the Millennium Falcon it. It is obviously if you're a nerd you know that this is from the Star Wars Universe Han Solo ship the Millennium Falcon not always a good point. Landau would have words to say that he cheated. Okay one but it is a Caribbean class ship. And you hear your talk about. How fast is he did? The KESSEL run in twelve par sex with a found out. I didn't know this but a par sec is a distance measure. You're not time major. I thought it was a time measurement. But it's actually a distance the right here's who put that in the original star. Wars obviously had no idea what they were talking about when they said he did in twelve par sex. It's like yeah. I ran the mile in twelve meters. You know what that makes no. Yeah yeah so I guess the way I when I was researching it's the Kessel run's usually done in eighteen. Par Sex in the KESSEL run goes by a black hole and so on found a way to navigate. The castle run by getting closer closer to the black hole which cut the time down the distance. This is from the solo movie right. This is from the expanded universe and I don't know if it was before Disney or Disney. But that's right because I know the addressed in the solo movie. Yea made the Kessel run in that yes. He did actually one of my favorite parts of them and they kind of addressed that Paul from previous explained. The par SEC. Yep so that's that's I didn't realize that that is but that's how you got the time down was by ain't getting closer to the the black hole. Cut the distance down the distance not time distance. I assume if you cut the distance down you've got the time I would assume though. Yeah yeah the whole hyperspace quagmire or how to understand all that but I guess basically hyperspace from what I understand in is you're actually going faster than the speed of light which you cut through the fabric of space and time. That's why when they're traveling they have this kind of the fog. Cloud Effect Spinning fagor going through space and time and you can see shadows of the quote unquote air quote real universe averse. And so the computers have to navigate and figure out how close you are to the real universe compared to the hyperspace university. It's really headed when I was reading it. And I'm like I'm I'm not even gonNA attempt that much but yeah that's kind of what it is ripping the fabric of space and time traveling anything beyond Newtonian physics in my mind. It makes the quote interesting that he did it in twelve sex because it's not a testament to how fast that ship was but it's more a testament to the daring pilot. Yes because he flew in a way that allowed him to bend space basically. Yeah was he has nothing to do with how fast ammonium now implies has more to do with the captain than the ship. Right that's what he's saying so so remember that when we do the death match the Yes. uh-huh it also talks about. He says he can do point five. Pass light speed and somebody other nerds like us have really deep dived it into it and figured out how long or how fast the Millennium Falcon Falcon actually is so they measured. How long it would take to go from? Tend to lean to you. Well we're all Doron was right in the first movie. And they calculated. Take about fourteen hours. So the Falcons top speed is twenty five thousand light years per a day or one thousand forty one point sixty six light years per hour okay. They calculated this. It's moving i. I'm not sure how the creek I do Kinda. Yeah no they took a star map. I guess from the expanded universe figured out David this distance on the map. This is how long it would be. And just basically swag how long the millennium it was flying in in episode four estimating how long they were in the shipping. Sally calculated it. But so that's the speed now have a link in the show notes on on the site that came up with that so nerds way smarter than me to figure this out. I mean obviously. This is a fictional fixing via go but still just kinda fun. It's a carribean freighter. That they was really popular made by Caribbean Engineering Corp.. And we all know that on Solo came from Korea. He was orphaned in there. And that's where he got started. They liked them smugglers. Liked it because the type of freighter was easily or easily interchangeable so they could take things out out at things in and add to the Indians. Add to on it added to the engines he added to the shielding and a think knows. Just the shielding building in the engines. Were the two things he modified. He didn't modify the weapons okay but he did modify the engines to make it. Go faster the the point five past light speed and ray modified the shields you also modified smug liked it too because he can hide stuff in the ship and I think as modifications Kinda came with a double edged sword because all large portion of empire. You're like the Falcon was probably because of his ad hoc modification. Yes through and stuff out. Yes you're exactly right. He was always breaking into he was always yelling. Ling and yeah and then we're like oh I feel like some days with your car or something pounding on it and Han would punch the top of it and turn it back on coming in when in doubt punch style exactly that duct tape but they also they use them. I guess primarily tugboats. It's for giant container ships to what they use a Millennium Falcon early. Those types of ships for Tugboats interesting tugboats. You normally associated with sort of a speedy maneuverable. Yeah craft but obviously Malayan Falcons very maneuverable. Ehrman yeah they can fit through tight spaces even the deaths. Darn Landau knocked the shield off but speaking of weapons though it does have weapons has to quad laser cannons in. How many of us when we were kids sat in pretend Luke skywalker shooting. Thank riders squad canons that he was on the ship and they could see each other down that shaft one of the top one at the bottom. Yeah very reminiscent of like World War. Two bombers oh we we are with their bubble turns on top and bottom side gunners when they get all see each other I loved about the historical context and it was pretty cool. It must have. Yeah because that's that was the how they how they random but evidently you could run them without somebody in it because wasn't it in return of the Jedi. They were shooting other ships with it. Or maybe it was empire can't remember. Yeah something I never understood because once seen in star wars the new hope is the only one you see where they actually go down in the gun in terms of being chased but every time they are being chased. No one ever man's those guns. Yeah those are dryden air or Michigan. I assume maybe you can run them. Remotely right from the front deck. I guess I don't want to go in Tibet. Yeah that's true okay. Well Anyway. He's got four turns Yeah Laser Laser Quad lasers. This is something. I didn't know to concussion. Missile tubes which fit Kinda in the forward mandible so those two kind of teeth. There's missile missile turns their missile tubes. There excuse me that have four missiles to each I believe is on the other shot down ever shot in movies Iraq. Now I think this is from the expanded universe. Okay and it'll be in the show notes. We're has which is no one. WASH LEGENDS MIDST SPEAK. uh-huh exactly glory. Let's stick to the facts of his death. Okay Yeah just the facts only and then the ground buzzer the blaster. Sure that came down on off when they were wasn't working yes again. There was. How many times importing thinking? It must be a reason for that. We've got little cannon that sheets all the imperial troopers I come out. So he's got the quad cannons missile turns and then that little ground buzzer. They call bullet as far as the weapons. Go that's basically the Millennium Falcon doesn't really age wise. I'm guessing I think I read that. They started manufacturing fracturing. These about ten to fifteen is twenty years before the Battle of Evan I think is when they started manufacturing these up up until I think four or five years after the After the Empire took over about twenty five years back to these things really popular popular. I guess they sold a lot of them in in the fictional universe. One of the things. I'd like to reflect on the money Falcon is such a paradox. Because when you think of like cool spaceships that I loved as a kid. They all had like this cool. Like rockets league like Berta pray kind of awesome. Look and then. There's a Millennium Falcon Elkin. which is like a Frisbee with two wrongs stick this weird side cockpit but even though it looks so like weird Dorky? I love that Shino says something cool about it. Even though it looks like crap yes yes when they really definitely tell an empire that they emphasized that it. It just doesn't run. Well they gave it a lot of character. Route is a very flawed character. Which makes it interesting? Yeah brought out console those characters well ellen onto everybody. Yeah they're trying to get this thing up and running in it navigated through the asteroid belt which is something that they commented on those. You just don't do that right but yeah it was such a cool ship. Even though it looks like a junk it looked like jump but look at an excellent looks cool yeah starter stories whereas look cool but it looks like crap. I love that ship it saw about it could do anything. Remember on empire. He magnetically stuck himself to the back of a starting in waited for the junk junk overflowed out with the rest of the junk. which again just a loser? So that's all I have. So what is your nick so trying to keep up with shift. That's junk and is a little you know kind of an underwhelming ragtag ship. I searched the Non Stores Universe universe I decided to go with serenity from Firefly TV series and movie. I think their personality wasn't the very close shipped. Just like they're they belong to men who are kind of anti hero dodgy guys. They're both kind of piles of junk that have seen better days. Maybe maybe being re purposed for something. They weren't initially made for us. That's why I decided to go with serenity alright serenity from the TV show firefly subsequently named serenity. So it's the name of the ship is actually serenity. It's a firefight firefly class ship. I'm going to get that out there and It's originally designed by the director of that series Joss whedon's buffy. The Vampire slayer might is a marvel. All stuff didn't he do. We did the Justice League movie I think was it just like I thought he did. Maybe I can't remember. He thought it was really like a vendor stuff. Maybe ways I'm like it'd be off anyway. Viewers Ho- jacked up. We are yeah. How bad anyway anyway? It's a firefly class transport ship it was owned by one Malcolm Reynolds and he named it serenity from the battle of the Serenity Valley in a war that happened right before the firefly's series kicks off. He's a soldier that ended up on the wrong side of the war and it was a very traumatic battle for him a serenity valley battle and so the ship serenity after that that Anyway Malcolm put together a rag tag crew in the kind of living on the edge of the universe in the NFC coming up the show basically and they're kind of on the run from the powers that won the war a live by smuggling taking odd jobs or do whatever they can to kind of scrape by living on the outskirts of the the wild wild west right in similar concepts in Star I was like the outer reimplanted gift up where I think Hans Solo probably yeah works is on tend to lean on the outskirts of basically the fringe of the universe where the the laws with the don't necessarily apply. Yeah so I think there's a lot of correlation. Oh yeah he's two ships. As far as personality circumstances unlike the Millennium and Falcon when I tried to do the deep dive and the research on serenity had a real trouble counting Exact specifics is hard to find out. How fast it was doesn't it? Just doesn't like Rabid star-wars has where they turn your all this stuff. But he got forty years of Star Wars fans. Right compared the ten or fifteen of Serena. Well let's came out in early two thousand. I think it has about right earl two thousands anyway so I don't have a speed that can throw against Alkan. I do know. And this is much to my chagrin after I picked serenity and I forgot this from the original series the has no weapon systems aboard. Yep So this death match I might be a little one settled or live. I'm just GonNa hope the Millennium Falcon running mistakes. Hopefully it does break down. Yeah and if I recall from the firefly series the firefly had some mechanical issues but it always ran broken down. We had the character. Katya Kaley Kaley yeah. She was a master mechanic. She could fix anything that was Kinda the her schtick. Yeah yes she was like this young attractive someone would not like stereotypically by masculine Eh. Trump's this like wizard on and mechanics and she always kept that ship. Yeah kind of harming even though it was like hell buy duct tape and it it was kind of. Yeah Yeah it was Kinda the same thing you got the appearance. That was kind of in bad shape but yeah she kept running should never had a problem. Yeah if there was a problem with it she fixed right away. Yeah in I think also owned. We're talking about Hans. Solo being a daring tile is able to do the Kessel around wash wash who is the pilot of a US ready has also a fairly renowned pilot that was known for doing things that most pilots couldn't do throughout the series is often noted that he was making serenity. Do things that were like nearly impossible. This pilot okay because he was married to the other Gal that was in the war with Mal Zoe. Soldier with Malcolm. Yeah yeah where's the allude to the war quite a bit. That was pretty traumatic. I think it was the Chinese versus the Americans are remember what it was. Don't remember there is a a a strange like eastern blending with Western culture on that show which I always thought fascinating. They would slip back and forth between English Mandarin all the time. Yeah and a lot of the signs lines were Mandarin. Chinese and Stephanie landed on Planets and it was just kind of this weird like two cultures and merge. Somehow I don't remember how was it one Hundred Years in the future Tur- something like that. I don't recall space. Travel been going on for quite a while. I know that yeah well and it also the main one of the main themes vibes that shows they kind of. We're trying to take that old west five and smashing together with sci-fi so there was this weird kind of frontier cowboy kind of space cowboys face cowboys. But yeah it it was cool that need them on. TV show called Castle and for Halloween. One time he dressed up as a space cowboy and he had a daughter water and he space cowboy and he's like yeah pretty much dressed in his mouth outfit. Yeah because he had like a long duster thus terrarium is like laser pistol revolver kind of naming. Yeah there was a there was a weird blending. The American West mixed with leg Mandarin Chinese. The show is awesome. It's a good show. I wish wish they would have gone at least another season but yeah I noticed that fans out there that have been pleading begging to at least go another episode or to the Great Show killed before for whatever reason it was. You think with Netflix. And Hulu somebody would pick that that But I suppose Fox talks on that so yeah I. I don't know property who you know if Disney bought serenity bought our fly. Yeah this could happen. Abbas could happen. I wanted to point out that firefly did make a couple of Cameo appearances one. In the battle star Galactica reboot like in the early two thousands okay and it also made cameo appearance in ready player lung. Movie came out a couple of years ago so in the battle scene. Probably I would assume so that I was thinking about that as I said I'm not. I recall that taping the show but it must have been when all the all the gutters came to the rescue of that big battle at the end astronaut background. They threw everything into that. That scene I met you everything. Everything except Star Wars properties. Yeah reason huge void I wonder why are West Properties crazy so all right anything else breath yes so other than being unarmed she does have some decoys called crybabies launch out to other ships radars or sensors. It looks like shit going in a different for direction which allows the firefly to basically escape. Oh so even though. She can't fire back she can allude you trick you into thinking multiple ships out there her in a cloaking abilities that not not that I resent requires employers that would kind of be like Muc- like submarine technology they sent out like those are tricks other submarines thinking that the summary somewhere else rather than where it is. Okay the premise. They were kind of going on okay. Somebody had a little bit of naval knowledge. Really not going to get weapon you know. Why didn't they give it remember correctly in the lower and the TV storyline? Nine weapons were outlawed other than the military I think is why didn't have any weapons. It could be. I think it was also meant to be like a transport ship ship basically. It wasn't meant to be a worship so it's like making a school bus in putting a machine gun okay makes no sense for like why would you do that okay. So that's that's what I. That's the premise. I got any way of whites and okay and because he does mugler but another thing I want to bring up but this is kind of similar. What a Millennium Falcon one of the great parts about that show is the interior that ship looked so real like it looked lived in? It looked like someone like lived in that ship. It was a real ship like they did a great job designing that set of all those interior scenes and I want to say I was watching. This was years ago that one of the special features on there. DVD set for firefly. There was a special feature at the end where they feature the ship and it was like all one contiguous set like you could really like wall through that it was a separate sets. It was like really they were connected like you would see them really on ships. You could walk you know. Obviously there's some vagueness there. Well Yeah fully fleshed out. I recall an episode or that special feature some of the actors would like to get into character. They would like walk through the ship because it was so kind of real and lived in. That helped him get into character. Wow Yeah I didn't know that. Yeah usually they just build K.. Here's the cockpit right and you gotta go over to Studio B and that's going to be living with living quarters over here and this is the engine room and right that's cool. All one big wide sat. Yup that was all interconnected as it would be really if it were a real ship. I it must be justice idea. Maybe you could be you know it was again for me. It really made a ship seem real. Oh Yeah when you saw the series so I did a a very good set design so whoever did the set design was definitely worth the money. And I'm not sure about the money and Falcon. I got the same by from that. Like when they're walking around randomly and it seems like legitimately does real like so lived in and you know things were beat up up down kind of dirty. It wasn't like some of these shows are just has era fakeness like s clearly just billed as the week before. Oh yeah definitely got that vibe at empire strikes back because they spent a majority that movie in the Millennium Falcon in out scientist. You got to know that ship inside and out or firefly to spend a lot by the time the bulk of it. Well Yeah I mean. The bulk of the time was on the ship. They went to planet him after the after the fifth so yeah character and I don't don't think towards the end that never blew it up or anything that I remember attorney remember because the series was cancelled before cat resolution in in a couple of years afterwards they had the movie serenity and they didn't destroy the man. It's been some years since I've seen it. I know characters die. Yes I don't know if the ships in that the Castro Nanette the ship was destroyed. Yeah the best was the revelation shepherds on actually a shepherd. Oh that guy is different issues. You're such a great show. We're seeing that episode. Ain't no shepherd what are they talking about. I'm sure the forums online lit up eh cool. Well let's do battle so I suppose the scenario Ryoko there in space face each other. I guess if the money in his running if sometimes that's a big I will deploy Cry Davies and runaway possible an unarmed ownership. Yes yes and like we said the running the Kessel run. It wasn't necessarily the ship so I think he got so now helped me. How Mal doesn't pilot wash? pylos pilots at Malgas owns the shit. He's the captivity activities nicer. He doesn't fly it okay. So washes always the pilot to make a push the Millennium Falcon. There's some amazing scenes asteroid belts. And all this crazy things that you lenehan and Landau flu. That thing yes firefly's the same like Washington like amazing piloting stuff and I show so for me to try to outmaneuver the Millennium Falcon I. AWW that's like just enough. Yeah because he only way I'm going to damage the Millennium Falcon is if I draw you in real close to make a maneuver and you fly into crash into asking asteroid razer black hole or right my dog open space. You know. We're trying to get through a asteroid field. Yeah I suppose you could put this battle an asteroid field. There might be in my only yes something but other than that it's just like deploy crybabies and run away because vogue and also shielding the firefighters. Firefly is he has types of shielding qualify shielding or not. Yeah because not that it really matters. Now we're gonNA throw something out that window the mall has a handgun the other window down. She's like a gangster jibe is down pistol sideways. Honda sitting there like we got this. Ah just just shooting with the missile chillier like agile. I Dunno by I think the serenity is outclassed. Yeah I can try to run but it's time and like I said the Millennium Falcon can literally cut through time and space. Yeah I don't think the serenity like brake lights being the I don't think South think he'd go pretty fast but I don't ever call it like going beyond lights Bayton unleash. It won't be on nights being show. I don't think so. I don't think they did that. So that's one thing that's Kinda unique to the Star Wars Universe universe so it's probably a pretty over over pretty quickly for wash and Mao. Yeah I'M GONNA take probably can see as much as I love that shipped. Yeah I know it might not last long. No I chose poorly well. Well you the listener you let us know. Maybe we miss something that might give the fire. Flyers Liars gives me the serenity chance against the Millennium Falcon so definitely let us know worry messed up at 'cause we're definitely not perfect in this star wars slash serenity universe universe. Clearly all right so we got the next one. I'll leave you go with your next one all right so the first matchup we did vehicles. Can this one. We're going with anti heroes each chosen anti hero. You're selecting from the Star Wars Universe so listener. I guess you're probably going to figure out pretty rapidly who they had to have. He's GonNa pick you up in order to match wits with who guy that you know. He's GonNa pick. I decided to go with Indiana Jones. We're GONNA have some Harrison Ford on Harrison Avenue Hanso. We just went explicit. I usually pay extra for that kind of action. Cotton so Indiana Jones is who I'm picking in the anti hero to go against your Home Solo. So Indiana Jones. He is from originally from the raiders. The Lost Ark Louis which later became a franchise to include four movies. which sounds like it's going to be a fifth from what I hear? Yeah there's another one coming out. I heard that we'll see there was a TV. Show like young. Indiana Jones off and variety of mediums from comic books and storybook video game all over the place over the place. Yeah we need. Jones was the main character in that it was originally cast. Tom Celik Alec. Tom Selleck was from what I read was all over like he wanted to do it. And it was gonna be great but he was current contract with Magnum. Pi One let him out of his contract with at the time. I would have taken to shoot this movie so they went with their second call. which was Harrison Ford Spielberg done like two or three movies with Harrison this point between star wars wars and like American graffiti? And Lucas of Lucas. Yeah my bad I was involved but yeah but he basically they were afraid like. Oh we're gonNA use Harrison Ford Again Eh. SELLECK was able to get out they actually had to go with Harrison Ford and Ford and obviously he made it like an echo. Yeah can you imagine Tom Selleck back. I don't know it would be weird to embedded right and so embedded you're on I love. Tom celicas huge magnum. Pi Fan growing. Up So I would actually I should. He liked to see a Tom. SELLECK Indiana Jones. But how different would that be from Harrison Ford again and Jones. You know just so good. Yeah so anyway Indiana Jones. We're talking about iconic characters. The American Film Institute ranked him the second greatest film hero of all time. Really pretty sure Solos not number one number one. It's okay but it's probably wow interesting. Yeah Yeah you think about that during the eighties. I mean everybody. Nobody knew WHO Indiana Jones. Even your grandma would now okay. That's that guy. That's run in front of the boulder should probably Google that while you're talking Huntsville okay. Entertainment even weekly Empire magazine also ranked him second on their all time. COOLEST heroes and culture list all sorts of. He's obviously clearly iconic character. Ah from American film and the character. He's Indiana Jones is a native of Princeton New Jersey. He became a professor of archaeology. Studied under renowned Egyptologist and archaeologist Abner Raven would who is who works within the first indie movie we often see him and I love this about his character while when he was on his archaeological adventures like he was a rough and tumble guy. That like have mixed up have happened. And very down to Earth and guy that would throw fisticuffs and shoot guns and whips and do all sorts of crazy things but when he got back to his university he was put on a little tea. Twee Jag as glasses. And not the thing that he was dumb when he was out on his adventures clearly saw different unlike intellectual side of him when he was on campus and I love that part like in the first movie where he's on campus. The girls are flirting on in her eyes. He's like what is clearly socially uncomfortable this. Yeah you're right. He gets out and gets his gun on his whip on and he's almost a different different Dr Jekyll and Mr. Hi Allison and I love that about his character where he was kind of formed vise environment Point was he had the he was at the university in all of them or they showed him into the university. I think all of them but the first one was transport transformative or or more. Yeah you're building a character style. Yeah I don't remember him much in the second one. I thought I just started out. He was already in this. Faris Faris that nightclub or whatever. Yeah escape from that little kid in taxi like Jerome Away. Yeah yeah no time for love. Dr Jones Dr Jones. The third one he I think he was at the university versity. 'cause he got yeah editor or something. A father. There was a brief moment. He was out there. Yeah and in the a fourth one. I don't even WanNa talk about that. We just kidding briefly it was okay but it just definitely not wipe unknowns. Yeah it was. Yeah speechless anyway. Anyway Indiana Jones. He's armed with a whip. The bulwark huge. About eight. To ten feet long I would say uses it for him Brian. Things uses it a weapon to disarm people use it as a way to get across obstacles. It's kind of an all purpose tool for him. I love it I love the whip. Did you try to make a web when you were a kid like. Oh yeah you can make it but you can get it to crack a couple of blue swatches a letter. And I don't know how they do that. The end where they they snap off each other to make bullet sound. I tried to use a rogue or yeah it was beyond my airled powers. Yeah she'll try to live around a tree branch and swing across like he just never latches on itself like that just like twirls rolls around and so on and it comes on anyway. Sorry interrupt but so yeah. That was kind of his Swiss army knife. He had been needed all sorts of cool stuff with an also carried out like a revolving pistol. And I don't want to say is probably a world war one or postal. Eric has the first indie movie was set. Just prior to the opening days of world. War Two are. It's not maybe opening but the years prior. Yeah like just a few like thirty six. Maybe mid late thirties. Maybe right before the war kickoff but I would say that the Jones despite the whipping the gun. His greatest weapon is probably keen intellect like throughout the movies. He's constantly solving problems. Constantly getting out of trouble using his brains anywhere from disarming harming traps or like his knowledge of Sheba to defeat a guy's name Mola Ram oram milling that. If you get insider fridge did you can survive a nuclear blast really smart guy talking about that. Sorry had to have one of the greatest job short moments of all guys yes us. He survived that fridge to talk about that. You don't want to always always kept his cool. He never seem to really get well on crush in an attempt situation unless makes revolves. Okay I was about to say his weaknesses. Snakes August the one thing that unnerves his cool. Yeah you're right normally. He's pretty calm collected. He's always solving problems and using critical thinking and less makes her than than Mike. You have to be snakes. I love that. Yeah that was also. Don't get me wrong. I love this movie and I always loved this movie. But when they open up that want to or whatever it was in the near the end of raiders things have been sealed for thousands of years they crack it open like the air comes out and everything and then there's thousands of living snakes like. How did those snakes survived by? Golly you know remember the holes and all but still yeah. It was zeal. Good point that the whole thing had to be sealed like how do those snakes survived for Millennia in the dark in the coal the reptiles. Yeah what did they eat cockroaches. I E eventually air what had just become so really dockside. Let's get point of view. The sealed oxygen region. Yeah there's any way to get out that they've wanted broke the seal and they George needed explain that. Yeah I mean every movies got its plot holes but that was one of those things where like this clearly out realistic a great movie. I I and I watched it years later. I think my brother had had some friends over. And they watched it and I was probably eight or nine in Bought my nine year old watches Kinda. It's pretty bloody in Omaha. Ah shoots the guys and it goes through all three of those and the guy gets caught up by the propeller said. That's the guy melted face. Of course yeah when they open the Ark and like the one guy melts multiple guys. Melt APP blow up blow up on guy. He's driving that truck and he falls off the truck run over and his legs are straight up in the area. Ed Forgot about the yeah. I mean it's like wow the beginning you know has the guy spikes go through the guy. Yeah I really love Georgia's say they wanted by George but I do like these little vignettes or whatever that he puts at the beginning of every movie star Wars Movie Indiana Jones. We had this little short tweet it kind of ties to the rest of it but it doesn't You know where he goes to the jungle only us to swap out the figuring stuff in them on on star Star Wars for example Yep Jobs Palace you have a little intro. Yeah I liked that explores a little bit character developmental side. I quest whatever that's kind of a Bible with the theme of the movies about the actors about. I'm surprised my parents. Let me watch this kind. Of Of course we know. I think it's simple doom. That's the one that started the PG thirteen requirements or was it because of rip and the guy's heart out he's just like this was pg used to be able to get away with some crazy stuff for PG yeah in the PG thirteen next. Go well as you can probably Guess Mike character is Hans Solo another Harrison some foreign character Han Solo of course is the anti hero in Star Wars. That doesn't believe in the forest is just free. We know when you can no way back to him in a corner so the speed can do it. Every once in speaking of casting talked about Tom selleck while Kurt Russell. Aw actually had applied audition for the part and you can see that audition on Youtube Song. Show notes so Kurt. Russell could've been Hans Solo Solo. I can see that you loved corroborated a lot of great anti heroes from escape from New York can be trouble China. Yeah he did some very characters kind kind of that same age that when he might be able to see maybe more than Tom Selleck. Yeah Has Indiana Jones. I don't know yeah see I think some other. Let's see Al Pacino. Nick Nolte Christopher Walken or some others. That were considered for for Hansel Kurt Russell the only one out of that out of that group. I mean doing Goran unlock. Those guys are great actors and they could probably do some interesting things of that character. Kurt Russell definitely be my second choice from that list. Yeah it'd be the only one I think that would would make his icon. Look is the gun. Of course the white the white shirt with a blue vest and then the little sidearm that he has. Yeah aw in. He has the The gun speaking of the gun. The gun is a D. L. Forty four type pistol. I guess highly modifiable available so we have the theme here. The Millennium Falcon was highly modifiable. His Gun is highly modifiable. Honda's doesn't like anything. The wait it is he likes to tinker. He's a tinker but It's a pistol based upon a Mouser seen ninety six semi automatic pistol bill that was produced in Germany from eighteen ninety six to nineteen thirty seven And I'll have a picture in the show notes and you can see. Oh yeah this is definitely a lot like it. They just put some pieces of plastic around the outside of it pretty much. Yes they did that a lot in I think in Star Wars Not Star Wars Star Trek one of the communicators indicators at the hat I don't remember which one so if you're a star Trek Fan. I'm probably totally screen out. But one of them was just a painted bic razor and and put something on top of it so it looks like kind of hold it in his hand like a talks into it interesting but even that's what they did here they just put some stuff on on this gun in a way. I kind of liked that though because as long as you can make it look different enough where he is instantly recognizable it makes that weapon system seem real because it is really got something on it so it gives that sense of grit that we were talking about with the serenity Millennium Falcon. We're like this looks like a legit. Yeah Yeah and I'm a little bit just looked like a Mazar. Then you'd be like why does I'm ouster in nineteen ninety six gun but it was a a powerful reliable sidearm. The feature was that it would buzz when it gets down to five shots left so that the person holding it with now okay. I'm getting Lon wrong on Energie here and I guess it was good in the fact that it was really powerful bad in the fact that I didn't have a lot of distance. Okay you're trying to shoot somebody betty. Two hundred feet away probably wouldn't work. But if you're thirty feet away and it's GonNa shoot all right very true pistols anyway pistols aren't long-range okay. They're supposed to be sure okay. Well Yeah I'm not a weapons actually able if you want to shoot a long distance okay. Good point the act so that was the good and the bad it is highly modifiable. which a lot of smugglers and bounty hunters and military light? He did use cheese crossbow. Once I remember enforceable against what you never thought this you'd been hanging on for thirty years or whatever. They never thought his his boat caster so that was the the only time shot that he kind of liked it too. He did he did. Yeah that's right. He did regret after that. He's like why haven't I shot. This should all these years ears and digging in these personality. Of course we know Han shot first. so He's a little bloodthirsty talked about Indiana Jones being able to function under pressure But we have seen in the star wars new hope when they break into the jail the blows up the cameras. I tried to quote here had a slight weapons malfunction Everything's perfectly all right now. We're fine we're all fine here. You're now thank you. Are you yeah quickly. What's your vacation number or something and then he shoots it? Let me just use it blowing Asian. Anyway Yeah I love that scene. I've been at that. What do I say? Yeah well you were talking about Hotshot I such a great scene to establish actor defined him the anti hero the guy that's willing to bend the laws to get you know what he needs down not afraid to shoot. I shoot hundred table shooting in the back. It just casually pays the guy on the way sorry about the matter about the mess such a great way to establish this. Can I know and I think it's you saw something similar to that with Indiana Jones. In chasing I think it's the Cairo. Okay and he's constantly finding all these henchmen though they're chasing me finally comes to the one. It's got the Scimitar Spinning. And he's just like instead of going for the whip he just pulls a gun on shoes cold-blood like yeah. Yeah yeah that's a good point so he established his like you know I'm I'm tired of these guys registered. I'm clearly anti hero. Honor Dobie one sets it up to and insulting stars wretched hive of scum and Villainy Yep when the Guy Maasai shoots him so obviously is Lee yes. Tablets is the fact that rules don't apply us as space jock. He was just larger than life. Kinda like I said he is free roam the universe he just wanted to not take sides he just he dropped his lute is why because the empire trying job after job after him because he dropped optus Luder in Java wanted his money back right. If Han is one of your friends he'd be the guy who gets a little too drunk at the bar probably doesn't pay his TAB. Yasuko is going to be the funniest person there and the one guy. You always want to go out with night after night. Yeah I can see that. Yes yes in the sewers movie back to the original script. I found out that originally Lucas wanted him as a green skinned Alien Djeddai with Gilles. So you kind of like. Yeah yeah he kind of looked like swamp thing while and Luke was much older and darkhorse actually made a comic based upon Lucas's original original script. So they dropped him in here as the green skinned alien. Yeah I've never seen it. I just found out about it days ago that that's something that they did. When you're rummaging through that I've heard rumors and a measure of you came across this? As well. Luke skywalker character is also a woman in the original home. I don't remember if I Lucas Lucas have had you know haunt as a green skinned alien. Yeah I've heard rumors for well listener. If you know that let us know I'd of curious I would imagine as you hear about all these scripts all the revisions that goes on that. It wouldn't be surprised that was a green skinned alien. Liam Luke was a female yep he also talks about the doesn't believe in the floors in kind of I heard somebody say oh. He's kind of the older movie goers in the seventies at what's all this vice stuff coming out in Star Trek you have spouse starting Alaska. Now you have this. Let's see how what is all this stuff. So kind of antithesis of those type of movie goers sure like stuff right doesn't believe in all that stuff but as we know he does have a heart of gold and does finally come around and goes with the rebellion and end up in general in the rebellion. He's a ladies' ladies man. Of course they don't really delve into quite as much as like Indiana Jones but obviously has a heart lab and so that's also one of the greatest movie lines and when he's getting ready to frozen and the CARBONITE and laze like I love you in his response. Was I era the work that I did read that. There's some backstory on that that he was complaining to George George Lucas about some of the dialogue. And so that's he did just did that wasn't in the script. Great character though. Yeah exactly he did it. And Lucas like Kinda like that. Let's just leave it in there. I'm glad he did. Because Lucas had definitely some cringe worthy dialogue movies but that line lie Connor yes so defines his character. One thing I was going to mention we talked about firefly fly or serenity earlier I guess. If you look on a lot of the SATS and I'll have a link in the show notes with some pictures there is Hans Solo frozen in Carbonite carbonite all throughout the firefly series. He's appears in there. Eight times in the background talking about the set designs. Yeah you can Z.. Little miniature in there by eight inches six inches tall little cast of Hans Solo frozen carbonite. Distant background really on several. I'm not to go back unwashed Larry's yeah so I'll have a leak in the show notes. Somebody went through and found them all so. GM stir eggs hidden. Yes exactly see Han Solo all through the movies that's all through the TV Michaud. Excuse me yeah cool. That's all I have on Han Solo but great character again anyway. I was able to finally do some research and found out the American film. Institute's top film heroes of all time as previously discussed Indiana Jones number two so number one was atticus finch from to kill a mockingbird which is a huge surprise. This for me again ever seen the movie never read the Book But okay did Atticus finch spark for movies. TV Show A lunchbox and a video game series. I don't think I don't think so. But anyway. Some other notice noticeable entries in their James Bond was number three that Rocky Balboa number seven wait wait a minute Hans Solo number fourteen. No just gonNA affect the battle. I don't know like you said said he does have Indiana. Jones does have four movie or three well three movies for foreign counting five coming out if well we're gonNA count the phone anyway for Movies Video Games Books TV series right but you know okay atticus this finch all right so we're ready to do some battle here we need to do all salt or Indiana Jones Versus Atticus finch. No the movie. Yeah okay all right. Let's do battle all right on Sola it does have a high pain threshold. Oh remember the torture scene strikes back were mater puts him on that. I don't know what that thing is. Electrocuting him when he's getting tortured. Yeah I'll counter that with. The Jones also has a high pain tolerance is he repeatedly got beat up and thrown out the eagles. And you don't want us to recover back on that ship. Marion like flip Samir Waxing right in the face but he still keeps coming back for more. Yes that was a great seen. What is the line is not the? It's not the miles. It's not the years it's the miles back. So she turns the mirror to cuts away to the of the ship. And all you hear this scream Dan. Yes Oh man he had the crabby Cali drug behind a truck. Yep Yep yeah push their goals seem pretty tolerant to Ping. Yeah exactly do you listen. I didn't realize this on empire strikes back when you you can hear him still screaming in the background as they're walking down the hall quite a ways away. Yeah yeah and I wasn't. I didn't notice that the first few times I wash now that holy cow. He's still hear him screaming right now. I'm hallway. They brought him back to the cell and through their chewing he can stand on Costanzo like jacked up but yeah so it does have a high pain tolerance and he did survive being frozen carbonite. That's true did you're right Suzanne frozen. You wanted to help get see. Yeah we need. Help Leah get out of here and and all that. Yeah because that whole battle over the that Pitt. He's like he was blind and could barely Amin. This coordination was kind of messed up and still the wind. Yeah by accident. I Know I love that movie. But that part that part apartments the galaxies greed is bound gets taken out by an accident in all shot hit from mine. Of course how would you would. Would you have done it an epic battle. Maybe again. I do much comedy. They're I guess. Yeah that does make for comedy value but it was was just kind of curious. I don't know the time this episode comes out. The the man delorean Disney plus will probably be. We'll be recording it like the week before it comes. Yes so we're still. We're still in the dark as far as that series. So maybe we'll see more but it looks. It looks amazing does does. He's not going to get taken out by a blind guy. GAFFER's mistake or whatever. Those things are yeah I tell you we have that. You Got Unfrozen Kay he survived. Carbonate survived a nuclear blast in refrigerator. That's Ford here's my carbon nights. Well but then Hansel does does have a laser blaster and he was trained in the military but that could be a detriment because it's the same military that's trained storm. That is true they can't buddy was a smuggler. And he did take out your bounty hunters. I assume I don't know. Yeah but it doesn't tell much in that but yeah that's a con for me as you did go to the storm trooper shooting Adamy. Yeah Yeah I'm I'm chocking. That's terrible I'll give you that point. But he does have a blaster in the only only has a whip and a and a pistol pistol but he's the whip laser last year when you have a whipped does look pretty cool. We'd have to admit I also also WanNa put in the fact that console has CHEWBACCA. You know he's his right hand man through all that time in Jewish saves his life several occasions. Sounds like you know. That's why they're whatever bonded is friends yet. They save each other's lives on work. Whereas Indiana Jones needs no sidekick? He survives always adventures on his so in a refrigerator. Inner and with a weapon a gun. Yes keen intellect so. He's as a Celtic man. Who needs no backup? Good Point Yeah. I don't know it could be tough there. I'll admit I was afraid you're gonNA throw in the short round. Short round was indies Chilean. I was Gonna come across you Dan yes that was his name right. Yeah Temple was going to say that. Well he does have a little the agent with the block on his foot because he can't read. Yeah the pedal. Yeah well the kicking funny. That's not the same guy that's Younis. It's not the same actor I think so. I don't think maybe it is the actor. Her who played short round is probably going to screw his name up here key. Who Quam Yondo ministering that up born nineteen seventy one Vietnam? Starting goonies stars in Indiana Jones. Down was the same guy. Yup He was impaired the X.. Men Movie Yes good. Good guess goonies short-run cash around for Mont template in his union data. Ends have been several years later. So that's why. He's a little bit older builder. America's I think doom anyone or eighty two or something like that but anyway so what the same kid for yes. Thank you so okay. So you're saying Indiana doesn't need a sidekick. It doesn't need when he was saddled with one in one movie forced to have this. I did not need. That's true. That's Mr Okay. I don't know this. Think Hans got the blaster that he does have much. Anchorage could be a game changer. And standing next to the Millennium Falcon Al Gore. Not because he doesn't have a ship that's like not even fair. Allie doesn't need a ship. Les Han understood a snake at him. I do have one weakness with the snake so Kryptonite. That's that's my Kryptonite as far as if there's any sort of snakes involved in this battle it's over it's over no. I don't know if you leave it up to the littler up the listener. Let them decide. If we miss something but you just you never know it would be. It would be such an epic necessarily maybe a fight but I would love to see like a comic book company or something they could ever get the rights to both those characters. Like some SORTA crazy crossover event. I saw something similar to that with a couple of the Jack Burton and the other girls because Knicks Knicks NICKLESS FEM escape from New York to characters were like linked up in some sort of comic Krazy Kat Crossover they did actually did do a crossover. An often. Look back up where it was that. Indiana Jones was at an archaeology. Ah Dig site and he found the bones of Hans Solo because he found the pistol and some other big money involved going to crash was the time ago way. That's how they did it interesting. Tie In comics version of it or funny version of what would be Indiana Jones homes and Hans Solo in a bar trying to pick women. Yeah that'd be fine is Lee or something out and making a bed on it'd be fun crosses. Is there ladies man so all right so next pick we did ships minutes shepherded Anti Heroes Heroes. Now we're doing a homeboy teddy CHEDDI. Their Sandy van. Let's see let memory so bad as you go. I I did go first year on teddybears sticking to the hours hours the of course you know that return the jet I add the walk or Arab. So the walks are these these little meter high yard high for recruiters that George. Lucas came up with Iwata's actually take wookey and you say it pronounce it backwards. I guess the way it sounds is wookey backwards CAME UP WITH AD is a walk. Okay but but there are on the planet or the indoor moon and they are furry little creatures and they're just everywhere. Yeah they live in the forest they live in these little huts on the top of the tall trees. There they are all over the planet. According to Kevin J Anderson he did the illustrative star. Wars many talks about them. They can pretty much adapt everywhere so they're almost the way he betrays in almost like rodents live in the the cliffs over here the live on the lake and they can build houses there and they're just no survivors everywhere. They can adapt pretty much anything. George Lucas one of them and to be primitive one of them to be on the planet to take out help with taking out the empire as we see in the movie they have their little gliders they have they're little log traps Out involves routes catapults fears. They have hatchets in somehow. They're able to to Pierce stormtrooper armor. Yep again they took out an ATS Utah with it than the traps. He did mention though that they do adapt quickly really so they when they do see something. They can learn learned very quickly as we saw when he steals speeder. Bike when they they take over the ATS tst able to drive now in that case Help drive right. At least they allude to that in Kevin J Anderson's book that they can quickly you figure stuff out there crafty little yeah crappy little burgers and they everywhere again. Like rabbits and rodents they also after the the awards some of them become what the costs lasers which are hackers and they become coffee farmers. Two years after the battle of New Orleans is all obviously extended the universe. Stop Right. I'll take it for. What is the disowned legends and myths? You speak going now. You'll be happy about this in the clone wars. They talk about talk dirty that they're selling on another planet really interesting. You bring it interesting point with a jerk because I remember they all have very cute like like flat like T- like t's but they were going to eat some people in return of the Jedi them strung. Yes we're going to cook them. Yeah they are not heard before they are omnivores. You're exactly right. Yeah 'cause captured and they hang them up and they're getting ready to burn more. The fire on was going to get burned for cooked. I Yeah I'm on a spit which you know reflecting back on the Hong versus indie fight. I should've totally brought up. That Hong captured by teddybears edited by a golden droid. You're okay so that leads me into another thing. I found out that originally George was GonNa have Han be killed by Walks Fox and so just think how shameful that would have been. We had town killed by terrible. That's that's worse than Boba. The feds like accidentally exactly on gets killed by walks. Thank God it could have been worse. Yeah I mean. His death adept at his son's hand was pretty epic. have been terribly died today. He walks which is worse being killed by Neil Walker killed by your sign of the lightsaber. Oh my villa. You ox would have been way worse way worse. But the hawks were in the return the dead I but they also had a cartoon called that was kind of hand hand-in-hand with the droids cartoon that they had out at the same time because this was the eighties and he was trying to milk it for everything it was worth. I get right so that he walks cartoon that came out. I think in eighty five eighty six. I remember correctly yeah. Eighty five eighty six on. ABC Saturday morning cartoon then in eighty four. They had a made for ATV movie. I remember that came out on. ABC as well so you already kind of seen the Disney tied ABC already. Here here. Yeah kind of anyway. Those live action movie called the caravan of courage and it has two young kids that try to locate. Okay their parents on indoor or the moon indoor because indoor was the name of the gas giant. This is the move in order to clarify. I guess how that worked well. That's not the movie. Yeah I remember. There was a different movie I remember. And then the second one called E. walks a battle for indoor ads on the five okay in. That's where they have. The A girl from the first movie is in it and she gets orphans. Her parents they find their parents. The parents die anyway later on enjoins e walks to protect their village to defeat the marauders who have taken control of the enormous on the marauders. I guess crashed onto the planet which shape shifting witch and the. I didn't realize realized were two movies. I distinctly remember one as a kid and watching it painfully. A huge fan of the. If you're not picking up uh-huh and they're kind of annoying to but at the time when you're a kid the eighties you like like we talked about. At least where I live. We only had two channels most. Yeah so it was either that or did you watch that or as Falcon crest or golden girls or something. It was. There was Netflix. No yeah no cable able it was either this or nothing you watched it. We did watch it like it or not like it or not you watched it and it we always. It's hard to imagine but there was a time when and there just wasn't a lot of star wars this after each of the dead. I they were done. We hadn't heard anything about any other movies so right this was it at that time. There is no intention to ah make more movies. I'm pretty sure later. Yeah not so much later. Talking to ten fifteen years later the discussion of course they had other characters in there that weren't mentioned and I'm not GonNa go through mall but having the show notes but the the walks were never mentioned by name and they're turning the Jeddah which I kind of forgot about it. They never never late. Never say that word you walk at giant. They didn't they were just in the credits and they list. The names of the tax credits wicked was kind of the primary. He was the one that was later. Yeah cute the cutest cutest huge ones and he was the one featured in the the TV movies and in the cartoon right. Of course. He's judy eighty lots of weapons. That kiner made kiner made the e Walk Battlewagon Battery Round kind of device skull over it and I'll have a picture in the show notes but can really this came out after the movie came on. Eighty five okay and they were really trying to keep the action figure gravy train going. Oh Yeah for sure. And I'd never had any Keenan figures but I know you had several of them. You've never had that you walk battle I again. I do not have the battle I get. I'm I'm embarrassed to say I do. I didn't want a couple. You walk figures when I was a kid I still have shanty read for the episode. I have wicked and I have. I think it's their medicine man he's great master low-grade yeah he's a taller with the Beige. Streit he out of all the he was kind of the coolest to me because if I recall his head thing they had like a skull you did. It was kind of like all right. It's a teddy bear with a skull. Have Cool Yeah. He has the skull over it. And that's what this the battle-wagon has a skull to. Yeah so I give them props for that. You can get a vintage I saw on ebay vintage. You want battlewagon for three hundred ninety six dollars a steel that completes incomplete for I think one thousand nine hundred. Oh my goodness you anti-satellite collected tell you you wanNA drown yourself and you walk lower. Yeah Yeah You Walk Bandwagon. You can set it on fire for three hundred ninety five dollars. I can make an Eli battle gruff lumber and a couple of stone wheels you you stole the primitive tried to give it but that's Kinda via the guys are primitive their dishes. The other stone-age yeah culture that it was kind of a throwback in that whatever side they're very vicious but you look at him and like I said for me recording you kind of look at these pictures you just see. The Black Soloist list is all they do have weird is don't they and likes to the teeth are just. I don't think they're that cute other than they are kind of furry type Teddy debate that we're some paradox to them because like the wicked one was all cute when he was with Leeann stumbling around who. She was hugging in helping him crawl over logs. And then yeah you'd see these other ones. That are just a creepy looking when their soul as is her skull hats and in the fact that they were gonna eat people just like these. These are weird But as a kid I just cannot get over the fact that they were just giant teddy bears and then when they started like winning against the storm troopers. I was like what I mean it to me as a kid like you're the value of your hero is based on how great your villainous so as soon as they were like getting into the storm troopers like devalue the stormtroopers troopers and therefore devalued the rebellion because rebellion. Can't beat the stormtroopers but he walks can't like what the heck that's Elaine yet. There is. You're right you're exactly right when you watch. What's that you're like just isn't believable right or if you WANNA believe it? And then the rebellions use this pathetic. I walked in beat the stormtroopers and rebellion can with an axe and yours. And that's why I always had the problem with the the walks the should've devalue the villains and therefore the heroes the How how would you have been spent a whole lot of time on that but could you still use the walks as a character to take out the empire in some way shape or form? Maybe you know he stole the speeder bike and on says well now. There's this one believable but all these e walks coming from all sides and in trying to take out the storm all these elaborate traps would've taken like ours to build something like sprung up out of nowhere. Kevin J Anderson Talks about that because they had killed a bunch of the walks in the area to put up a she does so there are already starting to okay. Let me try to take him out anyway. Okay without Out because they're very tenacious. That's another thing. They had in their two nations easily adapt so they said okay. Well that's why some of these traps were our accents. That's why they knew about where the base was at and some other things about them. Yeah I don't know how else would spin it if he walks without some of that. But you're right. It puts in a tinge of misbelief belief or disbelief. I understand why they did. It sells toys. It attached attached children to a certain age and certain mindset. You see it in the new movies too was the last Jedi chewy befriends those poor and he wants to eat it but then he sees their saddle. Soulless black is yeah weird. Twist where he's going to eat the poor instead of him being eaten by walks you know but they just weird that they feel compelled impelled like. Put these fuzzy cute creatures in these movies. which have their place? But sometimes I just like cringe at where it's like. It's too heavy handed. Yeah almost forcing down your throat right. And because they know they can sell you know ten billion worth of toys because they put a port in this Morgan minutes of film time. That's like completely pointless. Good way I storyline at least the. US had a decent amount of the movie and they kinda served a purpose. They were injured to the store. Then as much as it pained pained me to sit in a new one. I don't think they served a purpose at all other than comedic relief and sell toys. Yeah definitely yeah sorry to sound salty. But Lucas Lucas was going to have the rookies. Take a take out the empire on on Indoor Moon Somehow but he said he wanted more primitive characters. Since since the rookies had Boca Astor's everything else he wanted primitive. He walks but still to be kind of fuzzy very to do it. I don't know it's crazy raising. Would we got on your side all right so I thought long and hard about what kind of teddy bear. Outside of the Star Wars Universe could possibly stand up to these raging when he walks and I decided to go with the brutal care. Bears Right Cinema. Adversary worthy of the Hawks. We were talking talking about villains. Devaluing Heroes is my villain devalue your hero yes the care. Bears originally made in Nineteen eighty-one by American in greeting cards is just a way to sell green cards. Really and they became so popular that they became a teddy bears toy nineteen eighty three and then by nine hundred eighty five they got their own on. TV show with last three years ago cartoon show there were three feature films cartoon obviously and between ninety one the data been relaunched four times in on TV and cartoons reels. Hey just will not go away speaking of tenacious four times. Yeah Wow all all started out just the cute bears on green meeting artists. Who would've thought I did not know that I thought they were always? Just the plush bears Ibadan out with the Kartini eighteen. And kinda like Jijel. They use her motoo or they use the cartoons and all the way around and try to sell cards into spun into toys tunes and everything else so interesting. I don't know if there's been anything else like any other toy liner kids cartoon that has spun out of something so random as like these greeting cards. Well Mate Okay okay. There is one Jimmy. Neutron was a character that they created for a toothpaste commercial really. Yeah did not know that. That's where that got started his own show and he he got his own show. My kids are watching a lot back in early. Two thousands interesting that was a TV commercial TV toothpaste commercial. There's one but reading cards on. Yeah out of the blue so the care bears. They come from the Kingdom of caring which their home in the canoe carrying thing is Carolina. Obviously a spin off of camelot. They draw from Theory and legends. Actually which is kind of interesting locations in the kingdom carrying include the forest and feelings. Were the care. Bear cousins live. There's a whole like non bear there other creatures McKay cousins. You know equally adorable okay but they live in the forest of feelings. This is hurting me to do this. Ten original care bears When they launched the cartoon bedtime bear birthday bear Cheer Bear Friend Bear Sunshine Bear? Good luck bear grumpy. Bear love a lot bear tender bear in wish bear. Okay so they're kind of like the seven indoors but their feelings and their bears like I said a lot of franchise homage to King Arthur with the Carolina is camelot also reminiscent Atlanta. Lots name in the castle of Carolina sitting around a roundtable similar to Arthur dates. So I remember that now okay really really drew from which is kind of interesting so the care bears. They need people like the walks. I don't build elaborate traps to crush. Ats Not easy and whatnot. What they have is their ultimate weapon is the care bear stare? Yes they stand together in a group. They radiate radiate light from their tummies and on their tummies like the symbol of heart or a cloudy and mayor has the shower shoes or shamrock. So all their little care bear stare light radiates out of their little. Cute adorable Tummies and it forms a ray of love and good cheer which can target anyone's heart and bring them to like a happy or in place uh-huh takes all the vita their heart. Oh my gosh so they will kill you with kindness. Say literally literally kill you guys yes. So there's several away they show them the cartoons sometimes. It's just one being coming out of a stomach sometime. They would like join up and all the things that come together to make a giant rainbow beam but it always involved basically killing your opponents with kindness billing all the evil would leave their heart. That's awesome so the care bears. They would sit in. Carolina had a Carro meter. You're caring that was happening on earth and awesome. When the Carol meter got too low it would affect care a lot where like all the colors it D- saturated and ensuring black okay? Well they would go on caring missions to Earth to bring caring back to the earthlings which then Seve Carolina have a couple. Kids always did that in those tunes at a couple of kids I think I remember the foil characters. Identify with as a young child to watch it. Yes go on these caring missions to bring the light back to Carolina in Bryn carrying into the I love the catch raises care care. Bears prepare to stare. Oh Yeah they love their runs care. Bears countdown guys came up plus Teddy Bear in Nineteen ninety-three. Did you ever care. Bear did not care but not younger brother did remember watching movies. Yeah three cratering impeach her films and a feature wasn't TV movies. I think the I think they were they were released a TV feature length not theatrically actors. Okay that's yeah three years of cartoon and three feature films at just hurts me to say this because like thunder that are Burien Black Star brace are all these great cartoons do do not have reruns. No but the care bears did. It's like Oh what a care bear stare. What is his name it Carolina or a cheerleader needs to I need cheer bear to come are funk shine bear or something because apparently? I'm going to be grumpy bear. They were nine hundred eighty-three though I remember. Remember that a little vaguely. They're still pretty young but those things were huge. Everybody wanted one of those like tickle me elmo. elmo is in the nineties everybody wanted right here. Well I was going to say as we were as you were talking about the e walks return of the Jedi came out with eighty three the eighty three. I believe care. Bears became a teddy bear in eighty three and then a cartoon in eighty five and when did like was the big teddy rock spin later. But yeah whatever reason mid eighties like there was a teddy bear. Bonanza I think Rudman's eighty six was a seven but still yeah L. Within this meeting I'm line. Heady bears are all the rage from high. He walks to care bears the Teddy Ruxton. It was yeah you could kind of saying that the caregivers burs kicked it off because I was in eighty one when she created them. Yeah Golden Age of an and Teddy Bear George Lucas. Like I'm GonNa Create a care bear but we're going to call me you walk in. You can see the picture that you having your print out here and you can put in the picture of the cartoon. They look a lot like you do. Yeah the way they animated is very care bear like Oh yeah very very much. Yeah and then I think Disney had the the gummy bears. They're TV show. It was a gummy bear. Cartoon that came out in his later I think it was eighty seven eighty eight while they probably saw the money that care means and he walks same type of concept Cucuta bears and you had a grumpy bear. The gummy bears. Yeah Chubby wine and the yeah. You're right a a lotta mayors in the eighty s nonetheless. I need to make a list of all the cartoons that deserved three seasons. That didn't get it in silver hawks to like you said art and everything star Black Star. You don't give you the caregiver that I guess. I mean the minority General Appeal cutesy and now Stuffed animals again. I would have bought a UCLA democracy but six months heartbeat for us. Care exactly throwing the care. Bears the care bear stare now. We have to talk to people like me give you the care bear. Stare bears prepared to stand mariah ready to walk on here action there all right those fight it out in the walks of course ashleigh advantage because now again this could be the way because as we talked about the storm trooper shooting ability. Isn't that great but they did take out a battalion of elite soldiers. Scott Walker's elites with relative term With rocks sticks and the logs that come together cry. NTSB traps. Yes so they they know how to make some weapons and they know how to funnel you into those. I guess track. I do remember that. One scene where they're funneling the stormtroopers into their trap and that one like E. Walk. It's Sean tries to wake his buddy up and he has he starts crying and like I remember that as a kid like all the other kids do there was wailing and gnashing at Gerry Studio. Watch jerky the tonight. Oh yes but then they played the side music in the background on that one he walked on. That's the only one disappointed. Yeah I was but on the CON side. I will say that very intelligent. They're not very advanced server walks. Crafty state right crafty but the the right primitive lasers or anything but they have the potential to yeah. They're very crafty. These adapt quickly to give very very quickly Holland mid that they don't radiate love and energy from your chest. That's you obviously. I'm not on the business of killing walks with my care. Bear Army but When my care bear stare I'm thinking I'm taking them all out of the fight at a distance no less? Yes because they didn't have a whole lot of range weapons beyond like throwing spears and I think there's a slinger yeah you're right but if I blast you with a Rainbow Arc of caring the army is gonNA evaporate on the field there. Yeah but as as Kevin Anderson Lou. They're everywhere numbers. Numbers was a war of attrition needed. Care Death Blossom to get them all all they care. Get like again. This giant spirits are rolling around. been around all these care. Bear blast flying everywhere you get them all and rating. Don't do it till they're all close suit till you hear the white of their. They don't have whites this so let's go now. You're right they don't have it. It'd be too close. But they are deadlocked off. It'd be too close. Can the kindercares teleport. I remember that no I don't recalled. That's some sort of way to get between caroline earth but I don't think it was like a like teleportation at well okay. They did have a few like other special abilities. They could summon in harp shaped balloons. They they had cloud cars. I think they could make rainbow bridges and they could use their care. Bear Tummy lights is like a signal as well. In addition to it. I do bridges. Yeah they slide over all these weapons suck here here. I can hit you with entire shaped balloons. Run you over with my cloud car and then you've got right back up because nothing to you ran over you with moisture. I agree. I read your cloud guys crush the cloud odd car between the logs. That's true. Keep on going. Those logs smash the car. Would just keep going. I can see the has proven. The hawks are pretty vicious. Take all the stormtroopers helmets and said what they did to their head. They turn them into tournament love. I can see. I can envision e walk just ripping into the squeezing into the cameras fabric and just pulling out that's stuffing. Yeah he's like crawling on the floor trying trying to get away and he just takes a knife and just ripped off their heads so vicious. I've taken money to watch this actually. Yeah you have the I have the picture you see. E walks face there. I mean. He's Oh yeah. We're cheering that stormtroopers. Looking pretty vicious they're standing on top of the ATS and the hand. But I don't know I think the care bears lose all the Pencil Range and circumstance. I think they can get that care. Bear I stare off and get like all the warm feelings take out their their leader. Somehow yeah is in the like the walks. They don't try to attack and like maybe the care bears that feel good return turn on their own kind care. Bear on care for you walk. He walks fighting each other for the sake of mystery. superstitious. Ah I yeah. 'cause they totally fall for three golden golden offloading. Speaking of which there's got to be like a golden care bear. ooh I get totally being gone on. There is a cold I think there is a yellow one sunshine. Bear probably yeah I think it is. I think it's sunshine bear. Masha embarrassed by my knowledge of care. Bears thank you. I can never want some public already. Lost my nerd card on this serenity. Fight -nology airbags. Yes you're getting deeper and the whole thing a lot to get out you're GonNa Watch a lot of fun Dr and coming out or I need to go draw some barbarians a couple of months there you go Conan Kony and taking out the care bears or the hawks. Yeah destroying any village that were actually air. Yeah there you go. Yeah like that differ cloak some polling clause MIATA quilt made of the care bears just anything the shamrock sunshine. So we'll let us know listener. Can you think who would win between cares walks or maybe nobody cares. Yeah we're there's no winners and losers in this but it was fun on so yeah well thanks I appreciate it. I'll put a link in the show notes to the facebook page forty so definitely I appreciate layup and see if he can draw conan destroying you walk walks. That'd be a fun commission. I would love to be commissioned Drought Conan. You would get moved to the front. I would go right to the front of the queue. Maybe I'll do it for free. But he gets moved to the front. Thank you might be a discount. I'm not lying here. Bears where he walks with twenty one die either either all right well thanks I appreciate it. We'll we'll have to figure out another topic and have another new gap. I'll always great on a show. I always love death. Matches snowy walks or caregivers though all right thanks

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"Friday's most people Fridays. Just a day before the wiki of the week for them of a kid is Friday radio. Friday Friday Bob and Sheri Studios on this Friday Jerry will the vast majority of our listeners. This nurse who were with us right now Sherri as you know are listening in cars there are still you know a certain amount of people who listen to radio in the home but cars. This is where radio today dominates so we want to say hello to all of our listeners. And thank you for being with us and from the Sun newspaper. Have the annoying things that we experience wild wild driving and it's ten to one so I'm GonNa throw him in here and if you want to add something to it which I do You can you can at number ten slow drivers in the passing lane. Okay so now. Everybody's been dog piling on me for years because I want said I do the speed limit in the passing lane and I'm backing them up because they're going too fast. It was just a bit. I really tried to get over to the right side. I don't try fast but that does drive the people crazy speed bumps. Where'd you come down with speed bumps? I think they're necessary in a lot of neighborhoods. There are so many in my neighborhood later on mine too like I think some are okay but one every twenty feet Finding parking drivers weaving in and out of the lanes. They can't stand that it's very dangerous. Strategy Crazy people who text and drive. That should be number one people on bicycles. LE- let me just say to the bicycle community. I love you. I love that you're out there and not polluting the world. But Gosh I wish you would get on the sidewalk if there is a sidewalk. 'cause every once in a while you just come upon a guy or several people and they're literally blocking traffic. And what are you going to want to hit anybody. I don't want anybody to get hurt. But they're really taking a lot for granted that there's not so many actors just is ticked off at bicycles. That's the thing that worries me because I feel like The like as a as a whole People's patience has warned completely then. Yeah and there's so much anger and aggression you'll see you'll see in the news like somebody will do something absolutely horrible because they felt like they could and I. I often think about what you just described. You just get some guy. Hi Who's just you know. His wife has just said you're out of the House or whatever or a woman I music. I can't tell you what was I saw him. It was in the news a couple of weeks ago. This woman just went nuts on some fast food employees. Rohan stuff fatter. Oh I saw that too. Yeah for no apparent reason. It wasn't the fast food person's Persson's fault isn't it never is Construction tailgaters Drivers who don't use the signal and the number one thing is potholes and I- I hit some potholes coming to work and I forget I do the same go the same way and I forget about these three big potholes and and every time I hit when I say to myself that tomorrow. You've got to remember that that's where that Pothole is. But I never do what happened to the The idea not that we were going to rebuild our roads our bridges and all of that. That's just something we say. Ruined none of the ten things that you just had the things that that drives me crazy jomie here are the two things that drive me. The craziest people won't Zipper merge and How how all of traffic grinds to a halt halt so that people can look at why someone is pulled over to the side of the road or an accident or an act? You know I agree with those. Are the things that make me crazy. I'll tell you what people lookie Loos News especially on a on a big highway that can back up traffic for ten miles. Yeah and that's the only reason people are looking at somebody else's discomfort and and sometimes it what you see is like Whoa. When when Jeremy of I got her permit she'd had it for like maybe three weeks as like regards through some of that? Fancy interstate driving. Now you have to learn you do have to learn what like in the movie clueless. Lula's so oh I pick a Sunday afternoon. We do a couple of laps around the neighborhood in that worker up to it and now we go out on the interstate. We're drive for about ten minutes since she's like white. Knuckling the steering wheel is she. Hasn't blinked it's like a clockwork orange and blue and there's a traffic jam up ahead and so I hit I hit ways and there's an accident we can't see. The accident is so far. Have We. Can't see the blue and red lights we creep creep creep and I said to her now. This is a big part of driving. And you have to pay attention here because it's really easy to rear end. The car in front of you or get rear ended so this traffic jam is a teachable moment we finally creep up. And here's what all the lookie Loos were looking at. A car had gone off. The road had clearly gone airborne borey because it was up on the embankment upside down on its hood Roy and everybody standing around looking at trucks police cars right and people that the reason they do that I swear it's it's it's what we do as species or I'm glad that's not me and Caribia goes what happened. Vint and I said they were texting while they were driving. Excellent even though. I have no idea if that's true so those that you're to my number one is when I see a bumper Chris Thicker. I don't agree with him. That's part of your daily irritation challenge. Man It's everything I've got. It's like hands down hands. Stay down there. Could the armed hands. Jake always always now always think could be armed gala Mars Review sent right to your phone. Text Heck's eight eight Bob share and speaking of People's movie critic. He is reviewing doolittle today. Starring Robert Downey Junior. Now I. We're going to wait and see what's People's movie critic thinks rotten tomatoes doesn't like it some people say it's it's Robert Downey junior biggest bomb even though it's made over one hundred million dollars so far arts probably still. It's probably still gonNA lose money because it was very expensive to make and the Synopsis Of the movie is Robert Downey Junior. Plays Dr John doolittle little who lives in solitude at his lush English manor and his only companionship comes from this like family of animals. This family exotic animals and that's only talks to the animals every day doesn't actually interact with people so basically this is my future if I'm not really careful that's so true. Yeah you brought them make some new friends. So what kicks the the story in motion. Is the Queen. Victoria who in this movie is very are young at the time she gets sick and Dr Doolittle has to and his family of critters have to find the cure for Queen Victoria. Okay so it's it's not like it doesn't have a plotline. I'm waiting I haven't seen it yet. I'm waiting to hear what the People's movie critic says about it. But I predict that even if this is the biggest bomb of all time. This won't take any shine off. Robert Downey Jr no of course at one not at all. You know what the joke on. This movie is going going around right now. Con- This is True Conway and and Kim rented a movie theater. They were on the road somewhere. I WANNA say in Oklahoma Oklahoma. They rented a movie theater in Oklahoma so they could watch a movie and be completely alone. Or you can go to Dr Doolittle. uh-huh oh Tom selleck was Turned seventy five yesterday. seventy-five your can he says. Don't buy me anything. Just get that deb reverse mortgage all right. I just saw that commercial Once I was like man Magnum looking good bye. He does the good as he gets paid. But he's I talked about this before he makes so much money with blue bloods and he's been on. TV FOR THIRTY YEARS Forty thirty years here he must subscribe to the more is better. And listen. Don't tell me that you would be above putting on that Leotard and being the intestinal constipation. A patient ghost if that drug company came to you and offered you the Gig you would do it all right. I would but I'm not Tom Celik. I don't have Thomas Anywhere near Tom. SELLECK money right. I just don't understand these guys like the here's another one. Hey I'm Joe Nemeth you know. I called up Social Security and they said you can get a better deal. You didn't call social security who I know who. You're pitching too but that was not you. I just don't get these is guys that have all the money in the world and they do. These cheesy spots was taught. Todd was it you that told me something about Joe Nemeth that I didn't know I only knew. Joe Nemeth methods like the guy that did Pani were pantyhose. Great quarterbacks ended up going to Los Angeles and play for the rams when one or two years before he retired tired was there was telling me something about the very beginning of Joe Nemeth's career like when he was in college or something or was that my husband and he does accuse me of not listening to music sports stories. It's probably leniently. He's not incorrect. Yeah it's Alabama. So he's up. Yeah well here's the thing Henry winklers does this too and so does William Shatner those that have money will keep working because they love having money and you got to remember Celik he had he had a decade or so where he really really didn't do much magnum blueblood he tried that Quigley down under he tried to be a big screen actor and he really didn't have much. Hey speaking of the smallest violin L. in the world speaking of the Shatt he's not gonNA need to reverse that mortgage because I saw yesterday that he will be keeping every nickel of his one hundred million dollar fortune in his latest divorce Iran. I'm assuming that's because he had a pre nup you know it was this authored by the Devil's own addicted to being in front of people and they let go of that. Yeah I mean like Larry King come along along with these cheesy garlic commercial or league elitist younger. He's on Russian TV. Why why are you going on Russian? TV they're the enemy. I guess he feels like if I'm not Larry King what that's the reason why for people over sixty five. The clerk and bring serious complications Bieber can mean the flu so watch for symptoms with the exergen temporal scanner. It's quick and easy to use. Here's Bob and Sheri aren't Martha Stewart has weighed in Bob on the thing that you don't need to serve about your Super Bowl party she and snoop when you watch the game on Sunday. Well if you're like me you're only watching for the commercials Demi Lovato in the halftime show but when you watch watch the game keep an eye out for the toes-to-toes commercial featuring snoop and Martha It's for a new kind of salsa that tostitos has and the basic sick premise of the ad is chips are good and sauces. Good The batter together snoop is good. Martha's good they're amazing together. So that's the basic premise of the AD. So here's what Martha says. You don't have to bother with it your super bowl party. She said you have to keep people's energy going at a super bowl party already. Savory foods are better for the super bowl than sweet and you should have a really good drink like a signature cocktail that will keep people coming back for more. Do not serve fancy desserts. Skip it don't waste your energy on it. You have to be careful with the signature cocktail. The Super Bowl goes on for a longtime and if your signature cocktail is a gallon iced tea. We got a problem if it's a really strong Martini or something like that. I mean before the first quarter is you got some blitz people there well the good thing about having a signature cocktail is you can control how strong it is. Let's let's say you make like Some sort of Sangria You can add fruit juices that and some club Soda. Put that in a big pitcher. Now I can tell by your face. I'm not sure what would you think. I'm twenty one years old now. This is my first experience with alcohol at a Mexican restaurant. Also I only watch the commercials and the singing. Of course I would make a signature Sangria Arte Margarita. You can kill you got to that makes sense that pitcher of Marguerite because I I have a friend and she's terrific and she throws a party. It's terrific but her signature. Cocktail is the strongest Martini. I have ever had in my life. I get through through half of that thing. I'm done for the night. Listen I came to your house one night and Mary's friend. Lynette served me a signature cocktail. It was a swarm talking about. It was a blueberry COSMO right it was. It was a lavender and blueberry COSMO. It was delicious. Three sips in all of the Tamil dissolved and I was hallucinating. I know so McCloy hurl. You poor drank. Yeah Yeah Stop. Stop Halfway through the thing. I think that she's right when she says savory foods is she talking about Chips and dip. She said Oh the Sir can wings ribs. You got to have some debt. It's all about like savory food. You're seven layer bean dip your. What's that stuff you like the rotel? Yeah Yeah Chicken Wings Pizza Fried Ravioli. Like she's running meatballs. I think she's right. You know I have to say something about Martha and Snoop. This is one of the most original pairings that I've seen in the world of show business a long time. It's so genius it's entertaining retaining but on top of that. The marketing possibilities because of the ying in the Yang of the two of them are amazing. showbusiness humanity. Yeah yeah this is an iconic pairing in the history of humanity snoop said Martha said recently about snoop. They're business partners now in a couple adventures as well as really genuinely really good friends. She said Snoop is amazing. He's so avant-garde is so much talent. I can't think of another pairing hiring like them because usually you try to get to people that are somewhat alike right like named Kelly with the live with Kelly and whoever yeah regis was older but there were similarities. There could be brothers. Exactly EXAC DOC. Michael Strahan Oh did you have trauma. He just came out and said horror that T- everybody he was like. I'm not going to be anybody's. He's side kick and that's what he said. He felt like that show. And you know why he felt that way. I think he felt that way because he didn't expect her to be as strong as she. It is because I've I don't watch that show regularly but if I'm on vacation or something Mariel Habit on She really is the alpha in in that show. She's the the funny one shell sort of. Is I think to our. Tell me. Tell me if you think this is a possibility. So so Michael Strahan who by the way landed in a very nice comfy spot at Good Morning America. So he's fine and by the way the network asked him to move. Yeah so it wasn't really his fault. It was just poorly handled by everybody. Tell me what you think about this. So Regis is is going to retire from live with Regis and Kelly and there was because I remember when this was all going down. There was so much talk of Ken. This show survive without regis will. Will there still be alive without regis. Can Kelly do it without regis and Kelly heard all of that. Both what was said publicly. And what you and I both know. Okay we work in this business was said behind the scenes and in the hallways and Kelly got her shorties nodded up which I would have to and said this is my show and yes there will be alive after Regis and I will show you be in charge. She said hold my beer beer by then then she really became. I think funnier and here comes Michael. Strahan by the time Ryan Roldan things. Some probably at settled down and the network executives and all the people behind the scenes were not being so casually dismissive of her abilities. Here's here's what I. Yeah I think that if she was not on that show and it was just Ryan seacrest with X.. Host that show with full fabulous. I don't get to see very much because I'm at work but if we have a day off and I flipped the TV on. She's just like she's fabulous. Yeah I mean she's as cute as a button but she also is very self tasing. She'll make fun of herself. The only thing it's like me off about her is when she said no matter what. The hotel is when she checks into a hotel because of the dust Mites or whatever she takes all all of the towels and she'll only walk on the towels. It seems it's so wasteful to do that. I have to say that's a five star hotel. Come on that's that's a level of pickiness that I don't even have. We got morons in the news next. We've got the People's movie. Kurt coming up with doolittle. It's Bob and Sheri. We've got him morons with Bob and Sheri Jerry Hayes Moron Morons in the new there is a daycare somewhere in Florida. I don't have the town but it's somewhere in Florida and the daycare person wrote a message. Judge in black ink on a toddler stomach. Reminding the mom to bring more diapers. Saw Pictures. See Right now on my baby's stomach you can write on the diaper. You can send a note you can call me. You can email me. You can text me. Don't be writing on my. I baby stomach gas that the employees who did that works with children but has no children because if you had children you would understand that you can't write on the baby. Make the parents have to guess that that employee is no longer in that industry and baby for the best. As he's more on of the day comes to us out of Sioux Falls. He got arrested after police found him mocking the people who were slipping and falling on icy. I see spots at the local Walmart parking lot. Let Me Tell You what form his mockery talk. People he would watch people slip and fall. Aw and then he would queue up this music and play it real loud the Benny Hill. Keep the music going Max. That's our man who got arrested said look it was something that needed to happen to make light of all the gloomy weather. We've had lately that many yes. I didn't no people get all pissed off about falling such a happy song. I read something online the other day about someone out here. Yelling cold weather puns. I figured I'd try my luck and and get on the TV news. Why didn't Walmart with some salt? Here's you have elderly. The people that go there they shouldn't be down. Here's what a Sioux Falls Police Department. Spokesperson said quote. Police arrived on the scene to find something very disturbing after after my partner. This is a cop after my partner and I slipped and fell on the ice. We heard that Benny Hill Song plays when people are funny chases we got up and arrested rested the man after a small chase of our own around the squad car with the song. Still what could we wait. There's one more detail is so great one local meteorologist said we've warned you was gonna it'd be slippery but as usual one listed. Their parking lot wasn't assaulted. But the meteorologist was text. The word Moron. We're on to eight eight eight six seven four three seven. We'll send us your phone to send the guys of Russia. Whatever one guy why was he arrested? Arrested be just playing music. That's you know these pushing anybody right Cox who fell on the ice and chased him. It's probably mayhem. Yeah mayhem pulling the handle. Hey let's go to New Jersey real quick. The mayor of a town in New Jersey admitted that he got so drunk at a party at an employee's house that he took off his pants and passed out in her bed. You know you do. I Love Fridays. What did he do kid? He's the he's the mayor and we went to a A party at an township employees house real real drunk. Yeah took off his pants and passed out in bed. And you know I. I have trouble taking a nap with my work pants on. So I'M GONNA go. I can't point fingers. I tried to find the silver lining and I just want to celebrate the mare airfare. Not Drinking while driving. Let's good yeah. That's very good and it's very uncomfortable to sleep in your pants. That is more than the news. We got the People's movie critic coming up with do let all because it's Friday in Sherry the offaire podcast Bob and Sheri odd cast cat download on the free Bob and Sheri APP website. Or wherever you get your podcast Bob and Sheri Max has been working working very hard to beg your Merrick's to curate and give you a sampling of some of the hot super bowl commercials. That will will be running in the game on Sunday now since a lot of you Tune in for the actual football. You may be in the bathroom or kitchen and will miss some of these Samak's thought he would give you a taste where we're going to start Max this for Avocados and this features Molly Ringwald and you'll they'll say something illegal will take it away molly or something. Welcome to the Avocados from Mexico. Shopping network. We're buying stuff for your Avocados. Totally is a weird taken away. Molly Avocado isn't getting enough skin-to-skin contact worry no more with with the Avocado look. How always in season he is in a second carrier in front of you? Thanks to this chip floating. You're helping to lift US employees so smart art so smart takeoff Accardo to meet your parents with our new travel collection. I wear that to a wedding. This music box plays all their favorite jams. I'm sorry always gets me Alva- Kado from bears and humans but this luxury Gert super-safe right. Maria Korea to cut US have heads. We don't know but look how cute get this. Helmet is all the time we have for today. Remember your avocado is worth a chap now. We'll throw in Mali. Well there's a million dollars the I mean I hope visually I couldn't see visually but I hope visually it's better than it is audio. Watch say that it is but if you had the visuals it does help but I think it's. It's really pretty ridiculous I'm with you. That's a lot of its. Let's let's sell some Avocados and hope they break sort of serious commercial. This is Budweiser. This is typical Americans. They call US typical Americans. Maybe because we live. Typical American lives like this typical American showing off his strength so typical look at him. Touching other people's things always so competitive typical Americans showing up uninvited and this assistant father and son that he's a soldier in their clothes in public. This is something happened on the subway. They've been saved the world. Typical Americans always celebrating with a typical American beer. So next time someone someone labels you typical show them what typical can do. Oh that's great advertising budweiser just always. I can't remember last night. Budweiser I know. I know touching other people's depots things but they just came out with what most popular beers in the United States because of the super bowl number one is bud light talked to is budweiser and number. Three is corona. Those are the only three that I remember out of the top ten. I don't think we can play because it's so so so visual but post malone own is doing a super bowl spot for bud light for Budweiser Seltzer. So buds. Getting into the heart Seltzer game. Did you feel like we could play you. So if you just have to imagine this host host Malone is up to the bar and this is what they give them to given the Seltzer mango or whatever it is and then the different parts of Post Malone's brain and body are getting into the act and every part of his is an actor whose justice touted as he is yes so his taste buds are tattered up his his brain central system. Let's go ahead and play tic abode laid Celsius. Your thing but let Seltzer Mango Ango. Mango Bango have. We tried that before took the memory bank. Nothing nothing nothing nothing all right. Let's strength as is bubby supposed to prove a show. We like it tastes much. It's much better as a seltzer stomach yet. We're looking in gallery down here. And what are we got from the news in the spring. Gopher spleen why you're right canceled displaying. Serve the taste. Buds are ready for another I. Hey can I do to. I WANNA be a taste. Shut up shut up screen yes. That's that's cleverly but like Seltzer. Spleen has a desk all by himself alone in the base. That's very clever. I can't see it but I I can. I can tell it was well done. Let's let's break. I have what I think is the best of these okay. The thing that I think is the funniest of the ones that AH shut up. We'll let you play that. They've allowed us to preview next. It's Bob and Sheri the affair. podcast cast a Bob and Sheri Odd. CAST download the free Bob and Sheri website. Or wherever you get your podcast Bob and Jerry. Okay so we are turning over to Max Right Our director he is put together a collection of some of the ads. That you're going to see and hear The Super Bowl right and so this one is a serious one. This is for Kia. Yeah and if you can just imagine there's a kid a young man who is sitting in front of like a press conference Chris this question I ruined from POPs demanding sacrifice so much iron for anyone who's ever doubted me for those out there living on white rice in Roman noodles power for those that. Think there's no at the end of the tunnel. Ira It is. Yeah the fields so if you ever saw the movie the shining there's a famous scene were Jack. Nicholson is chasing his wife with an axe right. So just imagine it's Bryan Cranston and Tracy Ellis Ross. WHO's in black black? Okay so imagine. He's chasing her with this with an axe and the mountain dew. Okay come out come out wherever you are new mountain dews zero sugar name aim refreshing taste rijn without any other show. Here's ears mountain zero there. Is that the right thing to do. It's a AH chasing a woman with an ax to Bryan Cranston. And how you sound like you said yeah come out wherever you are. Aw Nicholson that is really a good imitation. Okay so before you go on. Is that a good idea Yeah Yeah I think it's for mountain dew. Okay knows all right so there are two hundred commercials in these. I think the funniest the first is Rachel Rach and big PAPI David Ortiz. And all right here we go big PAPI so happy to see you now. I love your accent but for this commercial. We've got a really Boston. It up right. I mean you've got the clutch back to okay so you ready okay. Let's do it now. Just repeat after me. There's a wicked ripa by the Haba. Whoa what's that mean? He's as big. Patty says a wicked Ripa by the ripple in terms. You can understand all right. Listen to me. Bottom of the ninth game seven. We need a walk off home right. I'M GONNA break it down into chunks. Say wicked wicked wicked wicked RIPA. We could Rupa. There's a wicked ripa by the HOB wicker ripple by the harbour. I think that's as good as it's getting the next day commercial features. Big PAPI Rachel. DRA- ch John Krasinski Kinski and Chris Evans in America. Okay and so imagine. They're just out on the street and John. Krasinski is in a car. And he's GonNa Park it. This this Guy Very Rachel. I get how you get back here and then we'll get these troublemakers. Johnny Ali'i Oh Yeah Towers to Sonata. I mean pack it. Oh you're not thinking Chris Matty all right look who's got smack Matt. Pack smack pack the clicker cutbacks itself. It's not it's wicked and active packet anyway chest at foxboro docked at the garden August black spots. Scott are you kidding me I packed and unpacked kid came. That's not ain't got had no driver. That's all right. He's got smart back. In fact packed. Ghost caq a better way to park. That's who and it's all based on the word word because mark itself south without a driver genius but if it wasn't the word park if it was a word that doesn't sound like a Boston sorta word they couldn't do that was So good that was so. That's my favorite so far. Play one more than I love. Poppy Okay and this is. This is cheetos and If you imagine. Mc Hammer is sitting in front of a piano and he's eating cheetos and doesn't want to touch the keyboard Mhm Way I this. Because he's got he's got Shudo's let's tip. I'm so happy for him that he can make money off that side. I know we got the People's movie couric warm enough for his review of two little starring. Robert Downey Junior. And don't forget if you have to jump out of the car and you're GonNa miss the People's movie critic text the word movie to eight eight eight two six seven four three seven. We'll send it to your phone. You'll be automatically entered to win Fandango gig harbor do it. Every Week Gala Mars Review sent right to your phone text. Eight BOB share and it's time now for the man himself the People's movie critic in his review of Robert. Downey junior in doolittle. Hey Lemar you know that was really a good career. That Robert Downey Junior. I mean he he did so. Many things Waleed comedy drama Superhero movies movies. I mean he went limit two thousand and eight and played a black man and tropic thunder and he killed it was awesome and he managed to make sure homes homes popular again. He was the perfect Tony Stark slash iron man. I mean I'll be honest with you. This make do no wrong or so. We thought Oh never never never has a movie had a more appropriate title as in do little to entertain you. Do Little to make you happy that you dropped thirty six bucks bucks for tickets and concessions and the biggest do little to make you look forward this seeing. What Robert Danny Juniors going to do next? Oh my gosh. WOW THIS IS A. This is a disaster of epic proportions. Now there's a movie difference between the actor and the movie what what makes this so bad. His it's his. Well it's everybody's fault okay. But he's the headliner he's the guy and he could have done better. I swear I've seen him do so much. You know I mean every level okay. Downey's performance was. I don't know if we're okay who I really feel. Sorry for us. The two a young stars Harry collect that place stubbins and CARMO Leonardo whose plays a lady rose. At least they're young. Okay they got time to recover. If if they enter the actor protection program and they moved to Arizona under new identities and maybe they can resurface after all. The people. Forget what they do this. This could happen but the movie starts off in an animated sequence to tell us who Dr Doolittle is about the love of his life who died in a shipwreck and he has become a reclusive loose. And he's living with just the animals on preserve in England so everything is going fine until the animation stops and Robert Downey the junior opens his mouth to speak now at first we see him playing chess with a gorilla and he's speaking to him in his native tongue. It's like who. Oh Aw. And they're beating their chest and stuff. That's not a problem. I'm good with this. The problem is when he opens his mouth to speak English. I can't describe but they say it's Welsh okay. That's the case. I want you to think about Tom Jones with his mouth full of marbles and he's eating a banana Anna and peanut butter sandwiches. And he's drinking buttermilk. Okay you have that in mind I want you to imagine they record that on a soundtrack and they play it back and they have Robert Downey junior lip sync it all the way through the movie gained good Lord and I want you to picture that is not quite loud loud enough for you to understand. What the heck's going on and the story line is Stubbins? The young kid that becomes his apprentice. He's going hunting but he doesn't WANNA kill anything. He accidentally shoots a squirrel and he takes it to Dr Doolittle to save it and at the same time lady rose which is a young girl she she shows up to ask Dr Doolittle to come and save the life of the Queen of England who is sick now. The only cure for what she has is an unknown unknown magic tree on an island that nobody has ever been able to find so we go on a trip and all of this is so that Dr Doolittle can get it into a fight with a tiger named Barry who gets kicked in his. Barry's which will make all the small children laugh. I mean okay this this sets what the rioters must have thought is the funniest scene in the entire movie. Spoiler alert anybody unfortunate enough to go see this. THAT WOULD BE DR doolittle cleaning out the impacted colon of a dragon. The impaction consist of suits of armor from all of the night nights. The dragon has eaten once. They're out of the way it allows for the passing gas joke that every children's movie has to happen. Ah GALWAY'S GOTTA be one and that is supposed to be. The monument is seen in this entire movie. Oh my God lord the whole thing about finding the The the medicine on the island that can find Tonio Bandera says in it and I don't know what he's doing he's got A. He's got a disguise on and I don't blame blaming G. It's an hour and forty one minutes of wasted time that I don't even think kids would want to sit through seriously Robert. We really expected more. You Might WanNa try. Try to see if there aren't bad gig is still available because if it's not too late you need to get it. Lamar juice box now. It sounds like you're constipated with China. I I didn't expect you to love it but because you like Robert Downey Junior. I didn't love it. Hate it this this much. It's it's getting it's not just the more it's getting terrible reviews ninety million dollars but I understand. It's still it's still going to have her house along Did edged you give it a juice box because at least CGI was good the CGI was good but you know. I'm still not big on the real animals talking. It just looks weird. I don't know there was some bad. But he was Robert any it was like he was just phone in. The Senate was horrible. I saw I saw a tweet about the real animal talking thing in movies. The person had tweeted. I wish they would stop doing that. If I want to. See a real elephant. Be Sad for an hour. I can just go to the zoo. That's funny Dan. Tragic juice box. Hang on more Lamar coming up right here in the Bob and Sheri Show on Mars Review sent right to your phone tax eight five shares Rebecca Lamar right now. What's going on there pal? We talked about this last week. I loaded up the van full of stuff. Take it up to my daughter and her husband's house to get to unburden my garage. So we go up and and we get all that done and so. It's my daughter's birthday day and so we're going to go out to eat. And so he he chooses a restaurant the he's never been to hurt some good things about it so we get ready. and IT'S UP S. UP IN VIRGINIA BLACKSBURG Virginia Tech Is. So we drive out of town and we go for about thirty minutes out in the country and then we take a lift on this road and we go straight up this mountain and I mean we're driving in. It's a night time and and I told him I said I've seen this in movies. We're not coming back. I mean we're we're going to be. I mean there's no doubt about it. We're going to be killed so we drive and driving driving drive in in the middle of nowhere. We take a right on the street and I told us this is a funny place for a straight. Well evidently this was a small town. Many many years ago is Eagleton Virginia. So you pull up. And there's this big hardware store you're used to be a hardware store in now. It is a restaurant it hardware store. That was probably built out. No probably hundred years ago and and I mean the inside is unbelievable the bricks and all that stuff and they got the big counters where the bar is and and so you know we sit down. We've got a guy that's planned to Qatar. And he's got this long hair like a Cherokee Indian and he's got the hat he's got the long dangling earrings and he's he's just tremendous and I'm thinking to myself this may be one It's set up for and it turned out to be in and Bobby GonNa when I'm talking about one of those dining dining experiences that was e perfect dining experience. You don't have this very often raises perfect. This is perfect. The food was off the chain. Carla had a pork chop with peanut butter gravy. Now that sounds rule. I don't like gravy but I try that. That sounds real. Oh my gosh. Oh my gosh it was. And there's it's out in the country and the MED bank. Yeah we got. We had reservations and the lady that seed us she said tell them I said give Afri appetizer because you had to weigh. It took a while for the table opened up so we did and it was great. It's later on in the meal. She came back she said. Oh my gosh this is crazy. I said a mass you question ACID WHO in their right mind would open up a restaurant in the middle of nowhere like this and she goes. That'd be me. She's the owner does why seized as the on and and she. She said she just wanted to do it. And it's been open for a few years and it was tremendous. I had a blue crab soft. Shell crab poboy to crabs. It comes sitting down. I wish I took a picture of it but I was already thought about takes. The two are just perfectly set in there. I mean I it was it was. What's the place packed? Yes it was pack back because my waiter my waiter was he was the most helpful yet. UNOBTRUSIVE I mean. He was the perfect waiter when it comes down to desert as we get ready for dessert and he's in He started I said I'm not even talking. I'm not asking you just bring me what you will be to have Cherry Cherry not had a similar experience and I think it was fort. Kent Maine the board right by the border of Canada and the counties and out in the middle of nowhere I mean there's nothing around the pine trees for miles wiles. Here's this little gingerbread. SORTA house these two ladies have a restaurant with fine dining silverware antiques and it was really really really shocking. It was so unusual. What was the name of the place? lamarcus people are going to ask the pallet. The PALISADES Palisades Alice. They can they do the Bronx. Yeah what a nice experience for you. That's fantastic use the talk back. He comback feature on the Free Aubin Sherry APP and leave us a message. It's simple you just have the microphone and talk and we have have of very interesting message from our listener. Jen Hi Bob and Sheri Jen. I was listening to show the other day. When you're discussing Amy Schumer living with her husband and moving her ex boyfriend? In with my daughter's father we lived with his ex wife and her boyfriend. I friend after few months she moved her other boyfriend into the house so it was the three of them. My daughter's father and I and six kids in one house matic here. So let's do it again. I want to hear it again. Hi Bob Sherry. This is Jen. I was listening to show the other day. When you're discussing Amy Schumer living with her husband and moving her ex ex-boyfriend in with my daughter's father? We lived with his ex wife and her boyfriend after few months she moved her other boyfriend into the house. US The three of them my daughter's father and I and six kids and one house. Amy Schumer's ex-boyfriend exploited by the way just as an aside. There's nothing going on there. There he writes for her. He's spinner right. That's right This'll be a lot for definitely the interesting too when I was with my child's father so she's not she's not there anymore So in the house. Like if it's me and I'm like one of the guys you know I'm up to something but but you know what would happen with me. The couples would go out and they'd say I think I'm going to get this hot crazy thing going on they'd say ah we're going away for the weekend. Could you watch the kids Bob. That's what exactly I'm in. There were six kids. Here's here's and I'm only one of the guys. Here's is Bob Day. One of his new living arrangement. I'll tell you what boy I need my wheaties but I live in like. I never thought I'd live day. Twenty one of the new arrangement can can you believe. I got six different carpools to drive. I know that's exactly right. How could I hate to you know the judgy here? But how do you do that with six kids in the house especially. I don't know what else going on there so I don't I do. Are you sure that that will well. No I don't know these people come on. They got six kids. How many bedrooms do you think they have in that house are we? Max is a really really in. Is it really like a given that. There's some stuff going on or or we all just like saving money by liberty this this could be a possibility. Awesome -bility okay so she. She's got the boyfriend that she's living within the in the one bedroom all right. 'cause I don't believe there's enough room for the second boyfriend to have his own bedroom. That has six kids might be in the basement. That's a thing that we've heard on this show allies either in the basement or he's in the corner of the bedroom on a little hot sort of thing and all. The kids are bunking in on a room so we've accounted for the six kids. They're all in one room and then we've got a woman in boyfriend in one room. How many other people adults do we have in this house with Jen? It's GonNa take some of the it's going to take some of the speed off my fastball. If I know the other boyfriend is sleeping in the corner you know I mean just. The possibility lives him snoring enough barely able to sleep under optimal. There's no way you get. Some dude is in the corner on a cot. Do Do you WanNa live in a world where this one comes into the studio every day and complains to us about the boyfriend snoring and I would and he won't complain. Thanks and then I made my walk but one friend the cats. Yeah you wouldn't do. The Dude won't like any of the TV shows that I like then. I have to have to contend with the other couple too. That's why there's always gonna be crap in the dryer you're never going it with six kids typically if there's that many kids there's probably some pets rolling in there too yeah That's let's give them credit because the man would suffer in silence if this was this man. I can't even finish. This man would not suffer in silence in that. Who would a jury that the biggest obstacle to Bob enjoying poly-amorous lifestyle is access to the Washer? Sure Dryer who would have seen that common. Drive me out of my mind. How many bathrooms they have won't the other thing I lost this? Your your car is always going to be blocked in. Yeah that's true too. That's all you're gonNA need to wake the boyfriend up east drunk from the night before and he's not GonNa WanNa move his car are you can't move a for him because he always loses keys those situations those situations in my head. I'm always thinking well I probably never do anything like that. But boy to women. But I'm one of two guys and he's in the corner sleeping or maybe I'm in the corner sleepy. If you're lucky you I know you just gotTa move out by this. There is no way all those kid. TV shows on all the time the Disney when they hit middle school would that attitude in that face at Disney worse review sent right to your phone text take time now for the Bob and Sheri Small Plates Section. These are quickey stories that we think you'll be interested in. There's a Canadian hotel that will give couples free rooms if they conceive there or you can pay for the room and save millions on braces. IPHONES and Rehab. Did you hear somebody broke into billy. Joel's Long Island Estate. Just a few days ago a he was on stage at Madison Square Garden vandalize cars or motorcycles recycle motorcycles twelve motorcycles. He's got quite a place there the also trashed his Home Office but apparently didn't steal anything and uh it always surprises me when this happens because you would think there's with that kind of a piece of property there's somebody that's going to be there. Twenty four seven you know yeah that you would or you would have state of the art state of the art security. That's exactly right. I usually don't do celebrities birthdays because really who cares but this one. This is kind of special official. This guy is probably on movie channels on Cable Television. I'm GonNa Guess as much as or maybe more than any other actor. He just turned ninety ninety gene. Hackman Gene Hackman just turned ninety for me. He's always been six. Let me run down sixty since I was born. Exactly Ah let me let me just you forget how many movies Jin Gene Hackman has been here. We go these are just some of them superman. He was the original lex Luther Superman demand to he was also in young Frankenstein enemy of the state. ABSOLUTE POWER GET SHORTY CRIMSON tide. Wyatt Urp the firm on unforgiven no way out Mississippi burning. WHO's here's the Poseidon? Adventure the royal tenenbaums. And of course the French connection playing Popeye. I go by the way the the real guy from the French connection the detective in New York City. The buster those heroin French guys. He just died a few days ago. I saw that I just re watched the real tannenbaums couple of weeks ago. Yeah like a Sunday afternoon. Hackman is great in it so that that was. It's not that long ago right with five year. Tro Bill. Murray and Jelly. Yes Wilson. I tried to get married to go to interested selected. You look. It's not a move Mary breather. You like Wes Anderson. You don't royal tenenbaums. It's very corky. maxine sought. It's Super Quirky. It's super weird. And it moves at a very specific pace the heat and dump popcorn on union and dot your cell phone. Yeah a new emojis. Oh Jeez have been announced. I so WanNa be on this commission. The Unit Code Consortium. I don't know who these people are. A group of people and they announced don't know emojis every single year. I would like to be able to do that. Come up with some you want here. The new ones Yellow Smiley face wearing Groucho Marx. Glasses a a Ninja blueberries a seal several different bugs rock a tombstone a feather roller skate of flip flopping accordion a magic wand also a boomerang toothbrush a needle and thread a ladder. A toilet plunger on abusing that one an actual human heart a hook up and Yada and a hand making a pinching gesture like a Mafia guy would use a move walk. Yes yeah when talking. Nice exactly not making a gesture that Moto ask you kind of have to on. I'll bet that will be used. Yeah Yeah yeah the the transgender flag. They also what else Santa Claus of Person Feeding a baby in a wedding for US trying to figure out which ones are going to be using the most that are these motto is one and and You're not gonNA use an actual human heart your magic wand. I'm not going to be doing that. I don't see using the wedding dress. One probably not not not that many why would they put an accordion. I mean unless you're from Louisiana. I mean who would never know when you might tweet protect something about weird al you go there you go read it once and read it again. I can't believe this it's Bob and cherries believed so you may have seen seen a story crossing your Phone screen about the voice of a three thousand year old Egyptian mummy. And it's Kinda true but it's kind of not not true. Here's what they did. They took this three thousand year old mummified Egyptian priest and they scanned they did a cat scan of his. Like I guess larynx and vocal track cords and all of that and then they took that scan and feted into three D. Printer and they printed out a three d version of his vocal chord structures. That make noise and then they were able to get it to say an actual vowel sound. But of course this business of a voice of three thousand year old. Mummy isn't really true. Because this it's a trainer it's manufactured and when people speak you know you've got all those soft tissues and your soft palate and your tongue and these are all things that if you're mummified are not going to be as they were but at the same time. The noise that they were able to get it to make is very eerie. The and let's hear it and now I can't hear that any night of the week at my house I say Irakly. Would it be funny if it was all just kind of a game and and you go oh to it and you hear wear sunscreen. You know it's a good hook here. The Voice of a three thousand year old Egyptian mummy. That's a great hook because 'cause you you would want to. If you I mean it's there's something a little ghoulish it awful about it but then on the other hand would you be okay. This is all hypothetical. Would you be okay if the people of the future found your mummified remains and here's the voice of a three thousand year old radio personality I mean. Do you feel that. That's disrespectful to that person's corpse do you feel that it's like a gimmicky. Cheap Kinda Gag. I wouldn't want it because with my look. What what they're going to get is one of our listeners? Going Bob That I have to explain something and people scratching their heads and it'd be find with me. It'd be fine with me. I mean people people three thousand years from now and they're gonNa have the ability to hear what we sound like. Oh yeah because technology that will never go away and not all will go away. Do you realize that there are floppy disks out there that no one can read that there. There is technology that we no longer MHM can access. Is it changes so fast. How would you being mummified came back into style? Would you choose that. Then you know Mary could have your sarcophagus in the Dan. Yeah I would. I would like that right in the corner. A really a really ornate one one with my face yes exactly. We'll gold with a big smile. Not only would i. I liked that someone else. Who would like that and then Mary could say it's just as he wasn't life never sits down bright? That's exactly right that's right. Ah He's always wrapped up with something Well when I was in Egypt I went to the Valley of the Kings. Never Never GonNa get to do that. And I would love to where they would bury the The Pharaohs the Kings in and you go to the Valley of the Kings. It's I guess about an hour and a half ride or something like that from Cairo and it looks like the moon. I mean it's desert and then and there are massive amounts of Beige and white colored rocks that it's just the way it is just rocks everywhere and they chose that. Replace the Berry these people because it was so hard for grave robbers to find them. 'cause all looks the same and because they were buried with their wealth right and unfortunately there Servants who didn't get a choice in the matter. They were they. They were pushed in their two. Did a very poor job of mapping that So many years would pass and they go all right. We're GONNA hear and they dig into an old sacophagus right so I mean that was one of the things that they you would think that they would have this all mapped out some way somewhere. But they didn't. They were very haphazard about not. Two free Bob Or anybody else out because you know it's Friday and everything We we have this idea that we're leaving leaving all of these lasting monuments and artifacts that the people of the future will pour over. Most of them won't make it yeah. Muslim won't make it and I think I think If if you look at your own family and you know. The ancient Egyptians never imagined that their treasures pharaohs would be lost if you look at your old at et your own family when your kids move out. They don't want any of your stuff so the likelihood that your stuff is going to be kept by anybody is slim how many of us no can do a family tree and really name great. Great grandparents will thanks to our our friend. Nannette Norwich Connecticut. I can can do a little bit more you can. I think a lot of people love people can't so Maybe what we need to do is started go fund me. Have you mummified right. Mary and I could take thirds. We push on a hand truck. We take turns posting you. Kevin Love Kevin married just called Bob Zone way over you know we keep him through the holidays. What would happen? I'd start off being in the bedroom in the corner which you could look over sooner or later on over in that storage area room that we have facing the wall because sure ice follower every. Hey if you missed the people's movie critics review Robert Downey Junior doolittle text movie to eight eight eight two six to seven four thirty seven. We will not only send it to your phone. You'll be automatically entered to win a Fandango Gift Card. It's Bob and Sheri Kent Lamar's review sent right to your phone text tax share. I think you're GonNa like this chick chat or you ready. There's a woman in Washington state. Her her name is Elizabeth Updike. She's twenty two and she's married to a guy named Michael and they have a pet cat and the cat is named Clark which we're all going to pause here and salute pam for naming their cat. Clark Clark cut it is such a good name for it is Clark clerk cat. It is the best team for the cat anyway. She's in her kitchen sitting at the kitchen table studying and Clark the cat comes into the room and begins making the weirdest loses and she whipped out her phone and rolled on it. And we have it for you now uh came along. It's possessed I`Ma posters video because I've never heard a catch sound like the jealous I am when somebody has like a cat named Clark that makes noises like that with a facial expression or the dog that had the weird is is I would do. I would love to have a pet Clark. Yeah Yeah I wonder what he was trying to tell his caddy. Get me noises like that every once in a while but I want here that two. Am and I gotta feeling with cats. It's hard to train them. You know what if he did that. At least you would know when it was time to come watcher. Yeah that's true too when you put it that. That's the thing though I it'd be fun for a while but if it if Clark does Clark keep it up or was that a one off now. She's Elizabeth said that she's heard like in from other parts of the house bizarre noisy and that was it. That was the first time that she'd ever actually seen Clark making those noises. The first time we'd come in and made there. There has to be a reason. The Clark is doing that because we were just talking last week. We found out through science that when a dog puts his paw on you. He's asking for something he's not just doing it. He wants your attention. He wants to be petted. He wants to eat or whatever it may be. So why would this. Why would this animal make that? That kind of a sound. The other thing we know though is that cat's meow to communicate with us. They don't be out to each other except maybe in the movie movie cats. I don't know I haven't seen it yet. Cats when you're when Kiki is meowing that's the communicate with a person never to each other. You're you're I don't know I only I don't have it. It's my wife's cat You you have four cats her yeah they talked to me. They don't talk to me or to the dog. They don't talk to each other. We don't talk to each other communicate with each other non verbally a bunch of just stuck up. Oh Yeah Oh there's so much. Oh they're probably they're talking behind each other's back you know they are a you know Charles is like I'm not saying Larry Much fat but that is the wildest cats I heard maybe ever trying to communicate something does does desperately wrong. You think it's a health thing it's trying to tell back. Catch these dead people trying to maybe. He's got a toothache they did they take a guy. He's so cute. I'm going to post the video up on our facebook. So they have a lifetime of this like eighteen years of this only only when he wants their attention trying to tell them something. Hey another cat. Cue that cat is ticked off that cats. I yeah is that cats trying to kill. Clark Clark's trying to get a post it Lamar's review sent right to your phone text. Eight Bob Sharing focused okay so publication called Business News daily. I don't know what they are but I fell on them. has come up with. What is the number of minutes you can be late before the boss says your late? How many minutes do you get of a reprieve all right so there's a meeting? You're not near on time. I'm and at what point do they say you're late. How many minutes before your late eight? You're very close it six Actually six minutes. I thought that was generous. Probably six minutes in a real job but this radio so I went with eight. I almost went with eleven. Oh yeah always go with real jobs not this industry. Sometimes we'll have like a manager call a meeting and then he'd uneven so you're exactly this this doesn't count it all where were you. The meeting started forty-five minutes. You were at the dairy queen. All right we'll sit down. That's why took me a second to answer your question because I was like. Oh what happens in real jobs and of course the the old line is if your early you're on time and if you're late Here's here's how it goes if you're early you're on time if you're on time you're late and if if you're late you're fired. I remember I was listening to an interview with Senate. One of Sinatra's kids and she's Nancy Sinatra and she said our father constantly was saying if you're not early you're late that's when Kevin thanks. Does he say tell. Healtcare me if you're not early you're late. I can't imagine being six minutes late for a meeting even in even in radio. I just can't imagine doing that. That is such a slap in the face and yet we see it all the time or suit all time But I don't I don't know I mean if you work for pick pick business you for a bank and there's a meaning right or like Some big accounting firm a big accounting full-service company. Yeah you can't be in those jobs and those jobs. We wouldn't last very long in those was jobs because we have nothing but a collection of very bad habits that have been ingrained in us because we work in a business that so casual. Aw Oh Jimmy my going into an accounting firm. If they could do that kind of work right how no way that we could do. I'd be there early to be fired early. Let's see let's see. We could do some of that accounting we would not. We would be unable to do the office politics we. We wouldn't have how to act. We would be we would be stripped beginning. Here's what would happen right. So there's like ten people around and the and the the The main accounting guy. What would what the manager or something? I don't know He would say all right. So we're GONNA talk about some new clients who want to bring up and he'd bring on some sort of a client that I knew and I would say well. He's a jerk. You're out you're out or I'd be I'd make fun of something and I don't think they have a lot of There's there's not a lot of fun humor time. Here's meeting it's so serious. Here's me at my first day at price. Waterhouse Cooper Sherry. We don't eat twizzlers. I during snappy right. y'All don't when do your choice looks yet now. I wouldn't last either are getting up to eat something myself in the middle the meeting because you would forget I'd free forget because you've had all these bad habits for so long. If we were animals nobody would take us. We would spend our days the rest of our days at the shelter and nobody will bring from this job. The only I'd be listening to somebody talk the only thing I'm thinking about is how can I make fun of us and there's nothing to make fun of this Deloitte and to Tweeden don't Yeah I I love the name to. We don't WanNa colleagues like was that remind you of what we need some delight and Hooch I. I did a drink sherry. What are you wearing? It's not Deloitte and Kuch working in each you to review the dress code and the company man. No we're doing the only thing we can do. But why are you drawing a picture on that paper. You're hanging yourself so I wouldn't go well man. I don't know where I could go. I might be able to deliver something. I suppose not the way you try yes. I know those drivers whether it's Amazon. The clock is running. No he would be shaking boxes and critiquing what people ordering that. He's delivered people about cardboard. No you can't so you know that's probably the number one thing you can't yell at people at if you're delivering his cardboard you're not supposed to yell at people at all if you're delivering your honestly yell at People Tena General. You're not supposed to yell at people. I need to let the words go out unless you get the GIG at Parris Island with the new Marines. No you're not supposed to yell the people any more. If it's a crowded bar in the bartender can't hear you on the other side of the bar then you can yell across the bar to. Is there another job. We're yelling at people as part of it If you're a manager of a Major League Baseball team you can yell at the other teams and the UMPIRES. Yeah that's about. That's the GIG. They're going to hire me. I'll be yelling in the ballpark hot. Yeah I think I could do that. Then Bob we understand you once played for the Olsen plumber. I did. That's exactly right here. The Red Sox were just talking to you about a management position. Dogs even those guys. That's a hard job to throw them and then they have to get the money. You know why you can't do talk because you're not going to be able to stop yourself from judging people that you think are having too many beers and hot dogs. You're right that's right. You need you. Best not screw or anything up. Because you're doing an and at a ballpark. There's never been heard Broccoli Broccoli. None Yeah Yeah. This is the only place three Bob and Sheri and instantly get the podcast the gas and Bob and Sheri Fund size. Okay time now for a new feature on the show. Bob's look back in history so today we're going to be looking at where we got the words drumsticks to refer to chicken skin and Turkey legs mostly Turkey legs in this country. Where do you think that came from? Never they never gonNA guess they call them drumsticks because it wasn't polite to say the word leg at the dinner table in the seventeen and eighteen hundreds thighs and breasts were called dark meat and white me. 'cause you would not say especially in front of Women All have the breast. So that you'd say I'll the white meat or have the dark meat I'll drums. I'll have a drumstick. Evidently that's how puritanical we were for so many years that makes sense yet. Totally totally makes sense because that was like a period actually was it was Probably in the late eighteen hundreds early nineteen hundreds were. Seeing woman's ankle was considered to be really really risque. And it's like Whoa. There's the woman's ankle take a look at the way we dress s now. Yeah I mean that is I mean what what. I'm not saying. It's for the best. I don't know who knows I it's freeing but What a leap doc between covering up your ankle so since shorts t no one of the things that I A- As a rule I just don't care what other people wear go go live your life? I mean try to put some pants on before you come out to the golden corral but otherwise. I don't care if you're in your pajamas at the grocery store. I don't know what's going on in your life. I don't know what your story is. The thing that has surprised me the most by going mainstream extreme and being kind of everywhere are Thong bathing suits. I know that has surprised me because it's not an every repeat by the beach but it said a lot of beaches and it's all over. Look more my instagram is Fungal Graham Ram. It's just everyone that's what they wear. And it surprises me that that became like okay. Because that is that's Yo Budi Rudy hanging out like for all the world to see but you know Thirty years ago. That was happening in South America at Rio. I just. You're not a a little bit surprised. At how a little bit yes. Yeah it it's It's it's it's not a thing at beaches that that I go to 'cause they're mostly family sort of beaches I think it's happening a lot like in South Beach in Miami Southern California and I I don't know where else I don't see it happening. Aw I don't see it happening on a lake in Maine I mean there are always going to be places are a little more conservative than others. There's but the fact that it's a mainstream and you're right it's your Bhutia garment. There's there's nothing to the imagination and I know that there's is that tiny strip of fabric but it's pretty. It's what they call it. Field Down Tall like dental dental floss in South America. What are we've really accomplish without strip of fabric? That's how do you. Why do you think where did emanate in the United States probably seven or maybe southeast? Ib so I'm just. I'm just amazed that that's a mainstream thing they didn't go back and boy. You want your sunscreen. The first few times you bring up the affair podcast past Bob and Sheri odd cast cat. Download the free Bob and Sheri website. Wherever you get your podcast Bob and Jerry? So my wife. Mary has an attorney the and she is a terrific attorney. She has a partner who's a woman also and they have a very successful practice in a small town a very not a very very small town but a pretty small town and this this lawyer of hers when she set up businesses and she gets in a dispute with someone. She's just been fantastic. Ask Dick and Mary said to her. The other day I was listening. She said Why do you practice where you do? Why don't you move to a more metropolitan area and the lawyers ars answer was? I just can't deal with traffic and sometimes you just laugh out loud like you're going to keep your career at a certain level a small town level because you can't deal with traffic well but what is why if the trade off in your stress and lifestyle quality is worth keeping your career and will listen to this from Yahoo News. One third of people say their commute is so rotten that they get stressed stout before work even starts the survey also found. The average person spends about five full days a year commuting. That's based on total commute. Time of about about twenty nine minutes a day and twenty nine minutes. A day is not a I do that. You know what I do twenty nine minutes a day one way. There are people especially if you're listening. Tossed in California or in the northeast where it's an hour and a half in some cases each way by the time they get there I would. I would trade a bigger career for a smaller commute. I would do what you're you're would I would do. It matters furnace doing. Yeah Yeah it is. It is sad really really hate sitting in traffic. When you get to a small town you and I were together in a smaller town? Not long ago. I won't mention which one it was but in the middle of the day I mean it was. It was a fairly good sized town but not real big in the middle of the day the downtown you could have turned around and do a u-turn and main street and I went. Wow this must be nice to be able to live like that traffic is it. Is I live Tarsem. I live four miles from the studio. WERE CARA MIA dances and it it can take me sixteen minutes or it can take me fifty five minutes If I had to do an we had it we used to work with a our old boss His it took him an hour and forty five minutes to get from his house to the station every day when he was in San Diego no when he was here when he was here well and then another herb hour and a half to get home at night and and he might live fifteen miles from here. I told you I had a producer who lived worked in San Francisco and lived lived in. Where was it Sacramento? And I think that's three hours each way just because it was so expensive in San Francisco about you Max if you you if you had to make a trade off you're going to be successful and you're going to do the work you want to do and you got your thing but you're going to be less successful and what you get in exchange is shorter commute and less stress to take. What's what's really tough about this? I had a longer commute and was doing work. I didn't enjoy Oy. It's the worst I mean I've done that. I lived in the Washington. DC area and it was not unusual for me to have a commute that was in the suburbs suburbs down to download. It was right near downtown. Washington I mean it would take a couple of hours an hour and a half a couple hours. Sometimes you know what I I've seen I've seen studies done on this Blends you know what they want. They want a place where they can live. Work and play in the same general area and beyond traffic was so bad that I would. I just take a nap on the couch when I get done with work at five. I guess I'll feel like fighting this. Yeah if I could walk to work that would it's just the greatest thing. I always thought that it would be really freeing to be in a city like Chicago or New York you know. They're the best examples where many the people most people don't have a car. You can take the bus or public transit or walk anywhere you want to get to pretty much. I would love that the idea of that than than in our community the idea of having an hour and a half commute each way to do that math. That's three hours. You can listen to a lot of excellent lint murdering audio hours a day. But that's three hours and let's then multiply that by five. That's fifteen hours a week of community. We know thank. You used to make me really frustrated that so much of my life revolved around rush hour traffic so much of it and it was like it was. I felt. I felt like I was wasting time. Here are let's. Let's close this out with the best states for driving this year Iowa Tennessee North Carolina Texas Nebraska Georgia. Virginia Indiana Arkansas and Alabama and here are the worst states for driving. And take you from the bottom to number one one Montana Alaska New Jersey West Virginia Maryland. Colorado California Washington Rhode Island and number one Hawaii real. Really why tough to drive especially in Honolulu. So that's it. The thing about Hawaii is they're probably going to be very limited number of work arounds. What with it being being an Ion island at all right it's Cattle Amar's review said right to your phone text movies you Edey? It came upon a collection of actual laws. That are still on the books. And you can't be prosecuted for breaking these laws. It's not that they're so arcane that nobody not whatever Throw you in jail for. You can't be arrested for doing these things. I'm going to read them and tell me which ones do. You think are just ridiculous that they're the laws. Okay okay Do you plan on shopping and Canada. Don't bring Your piggy-bank. Stores can legally refuse to accept payments with excessive amounts of coins. So you come in there and you got a handful of coins are going to buy something pretend bucks and mostly it's like can see now. We don't take that you have to leave. I wonder if that's on the books because you know how every once in a while you'll see a story on the news about how some person was so ticked off at their water bill that they paid the five hundred dollar water bill and pennies or or. They're ex wife. Yeah I wonder if that's why that's might be. All drivers and France are legally required to carry a portable breathalyzer in their vehicle. Anybody caught doc cruising without a breathalyzer in their car is subject to a hefty fine. I didn't know that that's Yeah how much does a portable breathalyzer now. How you doing some drink and if you need a suitable breathalyzer everybody has to have one? They must be in the car in Kazakhstan. It's against the law to take pictures anywhere in or around an airport. You know I can understand why Kennedy security reasons yeah CHEATERS and I'm not talking about Romantic cheaters just people who cheat are frowned upon in Bangladesh. In fact the country opposes the In the country opposes the dishonest honest act so much that children fifteen years of age or older can actually go to jail for cheating on their final exams I guess oh I see opposes. The dishonest onic act dishonest. Sakya Pigeons notorious for spreading diseases and damaged. Because I'm thinking as you're telling me that a culture that will send a fifteen year tale would not have the Varsity Blues College Scandal. That's true I mean if you just wouldn't have that's true. Yep Pigeons Are Notorious for spreading diseases in San Francisco. It's illegal defeat. A pigeon. Marijuana is illegal in Jamaica and you can do some serious jail time and yet I have never been to Jamaica three times. I have never been there where I couldn't smell marijuana. Every fifty feet seemingly people selling it on the side of that. I've never been to Jamaica. I think we all know this is. What was it Jamaica Geico? I hardly something like that. I don't know something along those. I think I've grown. You're both waiting. That is it's so sad for me and for the audience I apologize. They were waiting to. Yeah it's illegal to chew gum in Singapore while writing on Singapore's mass rapid transit system and the Acura some gum on the street. And they catch you you. You're going to get a caning. They will cain you. There in Denmark landmark parents to be are advised against giving their baby a unique name under their law on personal names. Parents parents must choose from a pre approved list of seven thousand names. I remember we talked about this because a couple there tried to name their child. It was something like axel or Posey something like that and the Danish government Berman said. Yeah no that's not happening. No I mean they have fantastic society all but it is we all must act responsibly. Not Get Kooky Bicycle riders in Mexico or legally not allowed to lift their feet from the pedals well writing. That's for safety In Greece lease it is illegal to drop your pants and they will give you a pricey ticket or even some jail time in Italy. It's illegal to eat in Florence Lawrence Italy to eat or drink while sitting on church steps in the United Arab Emirates. You cannot display public affection. An unsuspecting couples have even been arrested and thrown in jail for kissing in public. I used to have a neighbor whose husband had a job where he was in the. UA A all the time for work and she would every once in a while when the grandma grandma could come and take care of their kids she would fly over there and they would have like a little oh vacation and they went to training at his company for exactly what you just described all the ways that you have to behave and all the things you have to eat. Mindful of no holding hands and kissing took and despite being a tropical paradise topless list sunbathing and public nudity are legal in Fiji. And you would have thought if there's anywhere where there'd be topless sunbathing it would be Fiji. Felony the in Fiji. But it's okay crazy so there you are heads up. which was the most repressive for me? The ability okay to kiss in public you should have it was like the most invasive. Thank you so much for listening to the Bob and Sheri podcast and the Bob and Sheri cast we would love if you subscribe. I Bh rate and review and share it with a friend on facebook twitter instagram. 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411: It's Not Butt

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411: It's Not Butt

"Hello. Finally. Hello, more Ling. I don't like our you like that. Don't like what why are you talking about this? Why are you talking about if you're gonna talk about talked about what's happening? Now attack. I'm not gonna talk how you're right repair guy. The repair guy that was fine. That was I was late. And then and then you're up crash. I don't understand what's been going on with my with my computer these days, you got hacked. I don't think I got half gotta Hecht. I don't feel like I got hacked, but I got hacked, but. That got hacked. I got an active while I want you really got hacked. No. But I kind of did. It's frustrating. It's frustrating. I. Merlin. Something has changed something his friend, and like it used to be this same computer. I would I would plop it down on the rain stand. I would plug in the USB cable which connects to the screen, and it would just it would just work everything would just work. It would come on the keyboard would be detected. The mouse abuse everything's fine. Now when I plugged the thing in I plug it in and nothing nothing happens. I hear the computer go broom, which is its way of saying power has been connected. And like putting a Napa watch on the stands. Little connected blue. Yeah. It does that. But then they'll be nothing on the screen. I'll mash on the keyboard. I'll click the mouse, nothing happens. And then I've got an open screen up, and the screen will then be black on the inside of it. So then I'll hit the power button and nothing will happen to hold down the power reboot. Computer again. This is every morning now I've done nothing. Nothing changed. They did. Nothing different. Nothing changed is. It's not. It's not simply since you got the new keyboard? No. Because I don't even have that plugged in it because I was troubleshooting what the heck was causing says not even plugged in anymore. Anyway, I don't we don't need to talk about it. I'm just hi, hey, it's frustrating though. It's frustrating some of the worst kinds. I mean, there's a certain kind of terrible thing like your computer simply will not boot one time. It's something super Janke about it. And like you say I have to stop what I'm doing and fix this for all times. But like the one in some ways is worse is the like just that little pebble in your shoe kind of thing where it's like this takes just enough time each day to drive me bananas. But I know there's a rain dance sore if this insensitive that there's some new that will let me fix this. If I do the food do and serve the gods of do it generally will. But like how what are you going to do? How are you going to troubleshoot that I don't know I've given up I'm just going through these motions everytime. Try different you could try different cable. Yes, you. You could. Keyboard. Keyboard installed some kind of a driver thing. No, no. What's the thing? You had to do to make a windows compatible for more. Yeah. That was a firmware update to the keyboard itself that I that happened on another computer entirely. So it's it's updated fonts. His that's maybe a bad extension. I should remove. You know, what it's happened just enough that it's happened. I have gotten to the bottom of the barrel and gotten to where I finally said fine. I'll go see if there's a corrupted phone another's corrupted fun. How do you tell what what do I do? Open. Font font book open book off on select all. File validate fonts who? All right. It's running mostly what you're gonna find. This is this is like using coal fusion, you're gonna see all kinds of really errors. And then you're gonna see you might see a show stopper. A lot of it'll be like you already have a copy of this typeface mine all clean right now down to the geez. Why do we have all these what am I doing? Right. Why? Why have why do we have hundreds of? Gujarati sangam Giradi Gujarati. Mt. Gotham I didn't pay for that. That was part of everyone got that. As part of the Obama campaign came into office right of people don't realize there was a free. You get a free YouTube album and a copy of golf awesome. So that you could use it for your own website or political camp. Mercury definitely wasn't paid for. So I should delete those. Hey, Dan, here, buddy. You did it. Bell? Now that I'm trying to keep my office. Nice. I put things away my bills out of reach. Sometimes Anna my underwear again. Oh boy Saimel Tuesday. It's an optimistic day. But it's also another wet day here at the foot of quite tower in San Francisco, I was speaking to massage therapist yesterday data, and she she was giving me stories about what happens. As a oh, hang on massage. There order cycle. Boy. Sorry, there's motorcycle. All right. This is my new thing guy with a little mini bike here were as it up around between eight thirty and nine every day. All right. So yeah, I do. Okay. Cut six dollar out six. Minor problems were found proceed with caution. One serious error was found do not use. This font file. The font falling question is one called miss Keat. And it has a mosquito. One of those looks like you made a poster for a taco festival miss like a wanted. Poster. Maybe I dunno like one of those guarantees misdeed is the fake western font. That's it. I'm removing that adobe five eight. Remove it. Now, I'm telling you that's gonna be. That's it if that's not anymore on you. You gotta come here and fix it shall fix it. I'll fix shame on you. Mosquito doing that to Dan Mistrals. Okay. Geeta G as we say. Yeah. So you went to your massage say, no, she's just a friend. I didn't go to her for a massage. We got on the conversation. Very interesting circles, it's regular thieves world for early move in Dan's, Demi, Monde, she works with a mutual friend of ours who owns a spa here in Austin. And there was somebody. I know now, oh, I say meet your friend with her. Yeah. Not are mimics lot. More says she's mutual fan with her. And I mean, you could you could know her. But there is a there's a news story of a guy who is a male male masseuse was recently, let go from the spa that our mutual her. And my mutual friend owns because there was an allegation of. Inappropriate contact of some kind and. I read it in the news. And then when I when I ran into her yesterday, I said, oh, I was reading about this thing what's going on. And she says, oh my gosh. It's it's it's crazy. Because you know, of course, you always believe the the person who's making the claim, and we had to let the guy go. But she's like I've known him for a long time. And you know, this is his career. He's he's got, you know, a long track record of just being great. And they were they were very very surprised. And of course, they they believe him, but they have to do they have to believe the the customer accused accuser. So despite the fact that you know, that everything else seemed fine they had to they had to let him go. And I I was just shocked. You know that? Because I feel like that's there's such a risk being a male masseuse that whole industry. I just feel like you're always walking some kind of a line because then we'll what she told me. And this is the interesting part. She's like there's always accidental contact like, she's a you try hard to never let that happen. But it does happen. You know, you accidentally bumped something. And you don't mean to you live in Austin could be Texas Titi. Acas just doing it in passing. Roll roll thing roughing. But it's just it's interesting to me that's hard doing that in a circular motion. Right with the in there. And twist your nipples for forty five. What you ask for it says right here on the menu ticked it off, Texas twister. I'm not making light. And this is why munching my new hashtag me neither. So what what is this service up? We'll just that. You know? I was remembering your the massage boutique that you have down the street. Oh, yes. Just a line in my dotted line in my mind. Oh, yeah. Well, we're contacting maybe is opposed to happen. I'll tell you, buddy. It's really interesting that particular one that particular massage which I can see from my office here at the foot of quite tower is. I think they cleaned up their act for one thing they they have curtains that are open now, and you can see inside. I got a feeling they might take an a hit. Really, there's another place down the street. They had a big very undignified government sign with like caution tape taped. When they go after they really go after you, and it was a big very undignified sign, and it basically said we shut you down for hand jobs, more or less between the lines municipal speak. He talked about ease mints. And anyway that place, I think I I don't know. I don't know what they're hot stones are doing much massaging these days. It's pretty it's pretty widespread here. Yeah. Yes. Yes. But I don't see a lot of heavy guys in giants jackets walking around nervously outside anymore. So I think they might cut down or maybe they've just gone. I don't know. Maybe they're doing partial release thing. I don't think it is. Yeah. They. Ruined finish three dollars. Anyways. It's a funny time. For everyone to be sure. Yeah. Yeah. I don't know. It's weird weird out here in the sticks. I mean, people get away with all kinds of stuff. Yeah. They really do. And one of the things she told me that was interesting as she securely. It's the other way around it. It's not she's making accidents contact, but they are they are trying to initiate a form of contact that she is not wanting to do. Okay. All right. I returned. No. On this issue. I think the sounds like a shame short massage therapy is a land of contrast. So you put the stuff in no time doing you better better top of your game, right ready to go. There's a lot going on right now. It's cold. It's cold right now, my friends and Chicago and our super-secret private Tech's channel with the wind chill in Chicago. It's going to be between negative thirty two possibly negative fifty with wind chill like they're closing down the cards against humanity office, crazy. Wow. Who's gonna make the cards? That's wild. Okay. So here's my here's my funny. Funny story. Yeah. Because we are tech podcast. It's very topical. I had a funny thing happened yesterday, which was pick my daughter up and brought her home and we were hanging out. And let's see then at one point she was playing Minecraft with a friend, and I was laying on the bed in rapid succession two things happened really several things happened. This is about little after four my time yesterday afternoon. I get the dreaded thing. I get a FaceTime request. I look at my phone. I see my face on it. And I go, oh, I don't know this person. I don't know this area code, and then I just kind of like gingerly put usually put away instantly. Like it comes back again. It comes back again. It keeps coming back, and I think okay. Somebody's having a little fun. And so actually I had the presence of mind to say like, okay. I if I feel like there's some kind of nonsense going, I just turn everything off to shut it off. So in that case I phone, and my laptop at home, I just shut off FaceTime and didn't think too much about it right at the same second Scott Simpson. Text me and Ono where we supposed to have a call leap, excuse me. What are you talking about as like, no, no, no, I'm sorry. It's really random face. You can probably see where I'm going with. Yeah. But it did have the presence of mind because I'm like this. I do this with every call it yet. If time or otherwise, but such FaceTime. But then I went over to my laptop in a entered in the Phil number. And it returns with the precise. Name of a. Podcast person, who I very very very very slightly know who I've talked to probably twice in retired ever. And I didn't give it too much of another thought I thought it was just some kind of goof up half hour later nine to five MAC, boom. The story bright so just for posterity. There's a as of yesterday afternoon Pacific time. There's a real real big bug in FaceTime, a bug that for a variety of reasons made me shudder, not so much for myself because I'm not that super interesting. I mean, you know, worst case he like, you're gonna see me listen to Jamie buffet, vape pen, or whatever. No, I'm not that worried. Bunch came just blowing sit cotton. No, no. But the three pops up in it's chilling. It's chilling. This story reported by nine to five MAC and relatively quickly not super quickly enough for my liking picked up by the verge and other place. I know you'll know this, but you need to realize how bananas this bug is. Here's the bug long story short you call somebody on FaceTime. And I think the basic ideas, and you add yourself as a caller, and you have the ability to essentially answer, the call on behalf of the person, whom you are calling and that opens up the microphone, even if you haven't accepted. The call audio is now being being to your microphone, and what I don't know about this on all the devices that were called, you know, how like if you've everything looked up all your devices ring. Yes, be interesting to hear more about exactly how this works. I think they're still kind of figuring out what happened. But. So basically, whether you take the call or not like if that's phones near you. And you didn't answer it like, it's listening. You're right. The audio in that room is being sent to the person on the other end of the call. That's pretty pretty horrible. Yeah. And as I said to a friend died is off the charts on the creep facto. Yeah. Like somebody like he talked days about how are devices can be used to harass. And stock people like often like ex-girlfriends. Let's be honest, people do the creepiest stuff with this kind of thing on Android, but that was bad. But you're the rest of the bug. If you click the button to dismiss guess what it does it starts sending video. No it's start sending yard. I didn't know that party ther. That's a bug that I realized that is straight bug. And as says everybody ships bug Mirko said this on the internet yesterday. Everybody ships bugs. But what do I mean? That's sounds that sounds like the kind of thing that. That makes every person of every station in age question the devices that they use because that sounds like imagine the worst kind of the worst hack, but like a really bad hack would be like anybody can cause your devices to start listening. Oh, and by the way, if you dismiss it the hack gets worse. It sounds like along the lines of like a ransomware thing like one of those totally bananas. Like, I don't even. So that was that was wild. And I jumped into slack. I call my wife, I shut off FaceTime on every device in the house just out of out of an abundance of caution. But it certainly did make me rethink earlier call that I had gotten on FaceTime, right? From a person who I've talked to twice or three times ever who I know mostly by name funny thing happens last night. I don't know why I'm telling you this accepted. So goddamn weird. A friend of mine. A friend of the show says, oh, I guess this explains. This weird FaceTime call that. I got today in front of the show posts screen shot that includes the phone number and the other phone number the two phone numbers that had called me in this group, call guess what what it was one of them. That's the same the same. God. Now. The show who's better at this stuff. Needles down contacts said podcast person. This person had just at the time that I received that call for the parents this person had learned about this bug and decided to test it out with their kid in according to the friend of the show. Yeah. Looks like I had a bunch of contacts from two thousand eight saved. Twenty one people. So so so in attempting to test this this person's kid this person. Also, tried to do it with twenty one other people accident how does that happen? Oh, my, you know, me, I'm not paranoid. But I'm definitely curious. And when I heard that I was like, wait a minute. Like, I use FaceTime four times a year. It's not just not big in our workflow. Like if one of us is out of town. We'll check in. Hey, call from not we'll do check and you say night night, but kind of thing and it just don't use it. I mean, it's one of those channels that is largely suspicious. Yeah. Much like the telephone. If anybody use the telephone to contact me, I know they're not my friend or someone's dead. That's it. There's no nobody calls me. What are you a monster? You Utech somebody before you call MRIs now. Good time when the kid comes to deliver the soup. I'm like, why are you calling me? Why don't you use the doorbell have a bespoke doorbell? Don't call me. Aren't you millennium? Aren't you supposed to know? You're not supposed to call people. Anyways. This person wonder if any who else I know that got this same thing yesterday because it was a little bit of fretful moment as I said to my friend on the one hand, I'm glad to heal. Yeah. It's not some in-cell from four. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. That's a little bit early. But like, how do you accidents? Start a call with twenty one people from group in two thousand eight strange wonder if I can find it what if there's any chance still have entering the person's first name. I'm searching. No results found anyway. So that was weird. So I was sort of got hacked, not really, but that did happen. And it was a little bit white-knuckle because I was like what's going on? Then I saw the article apparently apple has as what turned off. All will. Let's give full. Let's say full accounting. First of all, they said as our friend Marco mentioned on Twitter. First of all they said. Oh, yeah. This is Monday evening last night as we record this Monday evening, like several hours into this hack being in the wild in spades. Trending on Twitter. Apple Danes to say. Oh, yeah. We know. This is a thing that you can call anybody and start listening to the room, and we'll have a fix for it later in the week. Like, really like your arguably your single best proposition. You have two things going for you right now. Apple you make really good hardware. And you're the privacy go to people, right? I mean, you could argue that feel. That's two things. They can dine out on is that their hardware is extremely good. And they legit actually one hundred percent to care about your privacy and into selling point. So that was disappointing. But yeah, no, you say what happened next. So apparently, they they killed FaceTime conferencing on the server side at the server, right? So nobody right now is capable of doing any kind of FaceTime conferencing, whether it's audio or video it's completely turned off. And you know, what that is pretty interesting because if you think about a kill switch. I mean, that's a kill switch, you know, being able to turn off the service everybody, and I'm guessing, you know, I was reading a threat at probably was on read it or something that where people were talking about this. And and a whole bunch of people. Of course are raid. Can't believable do those stupid. But you know, I'm wondering if this is something that they couldn't just fix on the server side. Like is is a software update going to be required to every phone. Or is this not just a service? I think feels feels very software to me. It does to me hitting hitting a hardwired side button causes something to happen. Yeah. That doesn't. I mean. I don't I mean, it's not like you're sending. So I think I think the way it is you hit what is it the sleep button because button anymore phone you hit the think sleep dismiss whatever on top click. It goes away. I mean, I'm not a hardware engineer. But I think that's happening locally. Yeah. I think so too. Right now, says FaceTime. So I'm just saying, you know, what? Hey, good tip for everybody. Google whatever thing you can use down detector for this too. But Google whatever you're looking for in the word status and most halfway decent companies have a status page system status in this case for apple and works for tumbler works for Twitter was for anything. And you could see if anything is Katie compass even terrible sites like xfinity. I think have them right now. It says FaceTime issue. It's got the yellow diamond is the only one on a sea of green dots. It's got a yellow diamond FaceTime issue yesterday, seven sixteen pm, ongoing group FaceTime is temporarily unavailable. But. Apple did. Although the bug isn't really fixed. Right. Because if they were to turn that back on the problem would be there, but they've prevented it from happening on. So it's kind of Marco on Twitter, I think called nuclear option, but that's really what it what it was. Well, I think it's the only sensible thing to have done. I mean, you know, it's there's a there's probably a whole field of this that I'm not aware of. But there's probably one imagine a company the size of apple certainly that. There's a whole group of people dedicated to dealing with product and service cock-ups, right visine. Certainly this all thinking about how things are interacting with all this stuff and other people who can be called in. So yeah, I'm glad I'm glad they did that. And I'm it's it's a bummer that it happened. But you'll see that happen sometime. But it is funny. How? You know, part of what we enjoy most of our devices when they work is not noticing that they work and how they weren't simply that they are working. Yeah. You don't think about it? But like, then you sometimes you see these little flashes. And you're like, that's interesting. That tells me something about how this works. Think about in a terrible. Terrible irony. Something happened involving the Orwell family. I don't remember the details of this. This is probably four or five years ago. Now, there's something involving a lawsuit with the oil family. That was saying, hey, look, nineteen Eighty-four is not, you know, it's still under copyright copies of this that were sold that weren't put up by us. Are you know, psalms dot the you've got gotta get rid of these. And I think I think it might have been the first time that I feel like it was one of the first time it kindle had Amazon kindle had ever at the push level taken content off of a device for that kind of reason. And it was nineteen Eighty-four. Right. So basically, they said anybody who? Bought bought nineteen Eighty-four pulling it off your kindle device. Next time. You connected to wireless. It's not going to be there anymore. That was so while a source for that. But it's just interesting when you see something come along. I had a friend who used to work at flicker in in the glory days in her job was to go. And like she was an early version of that kind of what do you call it like just going in and saying like is this like a weird kid thing these Bubis like her job all day long shoes community manager. But then her job big part of her job was like just going to look at reports of naked, men rubbing balloons on themselves and stuff like that. And then that became her job and she had to pull that stuff. You look at tumbler right now, if you have a tumbler account the five or six of us left, most of us got a weird message to say, hey, we just found this photo of yours that like look suspicious, according to our new. You know, our new right? The new anti-porn rolls. Did you get that? No. I haven't got that. They were Larry it was. So obviously like, you know, something like an AI and some of them. I got like, okay. I get that this picture of Spiderwoman in a clingy costume probably looked like like raw. But. Okay, final let it slide. But another one was I should send you this photo. It's so, yeah, it's when might win the confluence of my kid, I starting to attempt writing along with our shared love of X men, and she had written cyclops in this funny. Childhood backwards toys, R us style. And I'm guessing it was a crease in her thumb that looked like, but. That's. But you so what's hilarious, though, is then I hit the button and said I said, this is actually the please review this, and I swear to Christ. It had it no more. I want to say thirty seconds. Maybe maybe two minutes. I get an Email. It's get approved like it's not. But. I don't know. It's funny though, like when you get down into the weeds about how all these things actually operate and the scale that they have to deal with with trying to solve anything. It's just it's just bananas. So I thought we should just mention that. And that was my anecdote, I imagine I'll hear more about it. And people who listen this can tell me if they got it from the same podcast personality. And it's pretty interesting. It's pretty one people Dan twenty twenty one that's a lot of people a lot of group chats on is. It's not. But it's not. But it's not but not button was not. But we got a lot of the makings of a classic odds and sods episode here. Like, I see a lot of stuff. 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And now they're now it's sounds like I'm just going to use my he's my shining to say like it sounds like someone is outside with a comically large wrench hitting a pipe. Just standing there hidden it whacking imagine like Soviet propaganda. You know, like, we got the view of the guy. He's gonna look like this and he's holding like a comically large wrench guys here citizen wrench. Got some things you put some cool links in. What's funny in ranch? Let's go. Listen. Bye here isn't this economically large rent? Yeah. It's just gonna keep doing. Oh my God. The prison. Beethoven there. No was it was Beethoven. I can also do Volga Volga boatman. Not on auto. Eighty solo now off my game. Threw me off my rhythm, Dan duty start because you're by company link. That's so great do tell people about the the gale man amnesia effect. Yes. I think someone is good in into us about this. The listener the kill man, no relation amnesia effect. The Gill, man. I'm usually describes the phenomenon of an expert believing news articles on topics outside of their field of expertise. Even after knowledge ING that articles written in the same publication that are within the experts fills of expertise our air ridden and full of misunderstanding. Why did the listener send us this? Because we were he he or she I think it was a he was was saying that this was similar to what we were saying when we were discussing the wire cutter and the wire cutter articles. Yes, yes. It's a it's a very interesting idea. But it's. Let's go back to when somebody gets mad at appointing. Why are you spend Louis spend less money on ads? See, yes. And more on improving notes. Right. You're like well that that'd be lies a certain misunderstanding about how a company were. Yeah. I think there's a little bit of that to this. I mean, different editors different sections different writers. But, but I mean, you know, I think it also what's confirmation bias. It's a little bit of a confirmation bias thing. Don't you think like we tend to we tend to absorb seek out an absorb information that confirms what we already believe rather than thing that challenges something that's deeply-held. Yes, that's a somewhat related thing. Yes. The interesting thing to me in this in this Wikipedia entry. It says the term was coined by author and film producer, Michael Crichton explains. The irony of the term why we don't need to. But here's here's what he writes, discreet, his career. He says briefly stated the. Oh, man amnesia effect is as follows you open, the newspaper to an article on sub subject, you know. Well, in Murray's case physics in mind show business, you read the article and see the journalists has absolutely no understanding of either the facts or the issues often the article is so wrong and actually presents the story, backward reversing causing fact, I call these the wet streets 'cause rain stories papers are full of them in any case you read with exasperation or amusement the multiple errors in a story. And then turn the page to national international affairs and read is if the rest of the paper was somehow more accurate about Palestine than the baloney. You just read you turn the page and forget what you know. That's so good. That's so good. And like I'm not going to get on a rant here even on a little rant. You wouldn't. Well, okay. Let's let's say this. Listeners and Dan has there ever been any point in your life where you saw something in the newspaper or you saw something on local news that is related to something that you have experienced personally or have direct knowledge of most of us. Have we've seen something. I'm starting at the easiest level easiest level of this where you're like. Okay. Somebody's doing this reporting on something that happened in my neighborhood, and you go like, wait. That's not exactly right or that does not comport with minder standing of this. And you're like, you really notice that because you think that really sticks out because you're like, wait a minute. I don't think it's got the story. Right. Let's go to the next level on pet some point in your life. I mean, we're unusual because we've been interviewed for things, but at some point in your life, you might even be quoted in an article when even appear on TV show or something like that. But you certainly have something with extremely direct knowledge where you know, what it is that you said or you what you described there. Okay. Let me let me cut to chase number one. Chase number one. Is there's never been a single thing written about something I've done or been associated with that didn't have at least one minor. And sometimes one major factual you got this completely upside down or deliberately made this wrong. You got this. So so wrong. And I know I know what I said. I know I it just it just drives me crazy. But that's an example that isn't it? I mean, you're gonna stop reading wired magazine because it got your quote wrong. Policy only four Nichols a month. But. I I don't know I faced this with a certain phrase that I coined some years back that I'm trying desperately to shed. But I'm constantly being reasserted with even as it is misunderstood. And like man like, for example. There was an article recently in a major magazine probably just on their website about that phenomenon. The quote, a friend of mine, and that friend of mine in advance of had been interviewed for this article. And that friend sent me the extended quote that he had provided to the writer of this article. And it was it was a wonderfully illuminating explanation of like, what people get wrong about inbox in this case, and my friend is very smart and a very good writer, and he wrote this really good like very quotable for paragraph thing that they could use. And they the author of this who right now is still rolling around in this article and getting interviewed about what an idiot concept in bucks heroes, chose the one quote in this entire maybe thousand words that was the INA different context could be seen as not just a quick but critical. So what my friend said if you read what was actually in. There was people going and checking their inbox all day long is madness like who would do that. But the way this person chose to use that quote in the article was to say, basically, it comes across as in bugs zero is crazy who would do this. Right. If you read and write it completely anybody who's passed third grade could read what he said and understand what the velocity and direction of what he was saying was no they chose this one thing. I'm sorry. Just to be in my box. I'm just so goddamn sick of dealing with this fishing a barrel approach to this thing that I. Really don't care about. But that's the kind of thing that makes you. Well, let's now why like what else is out there that I just don't that. I shouldn't take face value. You certainly see this political reporting. There's so much reporting about, you know, third hand unsourced rumor of this thing, we don't do the sources present with a person's editor does. But then you know, might end up being wrong in being complete. But it's. I don't know. I think that's just how journalism is. I think that journalism is like you don't get to spend six years getting to five nine of accuracy in this. This has to get posted. And you got to move onto the next thing. But it can be maddening. So I'm with you Michael Crichton, Michael Crichton, God has got his game still still going strong after all these years. Didn't he pass away? Gosh, I hope not think he did. Look, all right. Well, the second article that I put past passed in two thousand eight thought so he he's six foot nine, but he was shorter. Now, I'll be horrid swaddled. I read the book Congo ceiling book is I've read I think I think I read Congo, but I've read drama strain. Now that's him to of course, he wrote the Jurassic Park films. I read a bunch of his earlier stuff before the drastic figured writer. Right. Yeah. He's great. Yeah. And he righty are. Did he ready are because he was a medical doctor if I remember correctly. Yes. Yes. I think he wrote QR so okay. Here's some I've read the Andromeda strain read that did not recon go read sphere sphere is a good one. That was in the abyss time period. Remember, the movie the abyss? Yeah. It's hard to get a good copy that these days I'd love to see it sphere was like his version of the abyss. Okay. Okay. Dressing park was nineteen ninety s and that weird. Well, I mean, the movie came out in like what ninety three ninety four. I it's why. Yeah. Happen quick. And apparently he wrote and directed the original Westworld and coma. Look at the comb. I remember everybody reading that. But with that creepy cover you remember he wrote runaway. Do you remember that with Tom Celik? In that in the show. Oh my God. Look at that. And seeing that was gene Simmons Kirstie alley. What back it's crazy movie? If you haven't seen it. It's one of those places Star Wars. Space shoot em up it. No, it's not at looks like that from the picture, but this is fan. I recommend it. Okay. Pause. Everyone must go watch this ridiculous movie. Basically, this is a movie where? Where tiling portrays a police officer assigned to track down dangerous rights at the rain. Simmons is a science stoops to profit from his malevolent manipulation of robots robots or not cool robots. They're not robots like, Android. They're not. It's not like bladed bloop robots here. Like dumb little metal robots that walk around like super slow on the ground like cockroaches. And and explode, and there's some that. I think have a syringe in them and inject you with things like and like the robot. I think people have robots in their homes, but they're all that sort of eighties. Omni magazine, sharper image robots that are white like tweak with the gripper on them. And like you you kind of put a tray on them. And they're like the robot can make drinks too many. What you just roll out? Try and black Monday brings you drinks. I yes like that. That's the kind of robots and there's one robot that supposedly is like his housekeeper that I think gets destroyed and eight you're supposed to feel emotion for the this robot. Anyway, I highly recommend this. I mean, I'm not going to suggest that people get high and watch TV. But if you're looking for something to watch when you're high imagine this movie would do really really well for you to everhart beeps heartfully. Art beeps. Yeah. Google heartbeat. Heartbeats? Yeah. But gene Simmons is in this, gene Simmons. What does he Jensen something? Oh, he was in. I think it was Angie Tribeca heartbeats. Oh, jesus. Look at that Eighty-one romantic that. What is that thing? Click images. Kaufman. Andy Kaufman burner tip. Peter's. Oh my God. The robots. This is the worst thing. That's Andy Kaufman. I thought it was Chevy Chase. No looks like. Well, we have our show art. Yeah. We sure do my God. It was the other guy. Who else we got in this? Randy Quaid good. Oh, Christopher guest of that. Really quite a calf heartbeats heartbeat. These are riff. I love you. When was this need? I remember it being reviewed on Cisco. In ebert. This is like the w-. Yeah. There's a picture of video of heart beeps from with Ebert right there. What? Yeah. Was getting way into Cisco in April. This is absolutely horrifying look at his face. Look at that face. What is this beep? Boop. Well, anyway, r I p Michael Crichton my bad commercial a series of commercials that came out that had like a family that was a plastic families yet one of my yacking. Yes. Yes. Yes. Yes. Same same look. Yeah. They were like suburban. Yeah. Sam -ly. Oh, what was the final? They were row. Duracell duracell. Plastic family robot family commercial? Oh god. Yeah. Yes. I'll put this on. Robot? Dad? He's all shine to gross. Yeah. And they're closer like, shiny, plastic. I feel like this came out of Gaza sexy, though, it's a little bit sexy. Any vinyl sexy? Camman any vinyl sexy? Yeah. Look at that down. We learn something every day. Tell me about the. About the canny boxing. So by the way, when I went to this page today, a little bit hop modal came up and said one to be a faster cyclist and your options are getting faster is my goal or I'm fine. Spinning the same. Loops every day. Ono Keaton other people's third. So the firm shaming, and they call it the article the title of the article is the whole article, which is my favorite. But it's as when this bike when this bike company put a TV on its box shipping. Damages went way. Down Dutch bike manufacturer van move got fed up with how often US shippers damage its products. So they got creative. But it actually is genius. Basically, this Dutch by doesn't say that. It's a we it's already in shown like it's a big ask box. Yes. But the primary thing you notice on it is what looks like a sixty five inch TV as that happens to have a knockout reverse white image of a bike on all it says van move electrified s outsmart the city, and it's so looks like a TV. But it really does it is. And basically this company makes I guess the it's the kind of bike where you pedal in. It has a little electric motor in it or something that it's a high end commuter bike. But they were getting. Damaged shipping all the time, especially in the US. And so they. I guess they were sitting there thinking what can we do to try and eliminate some of the damage in the they realized that the big a big screen TV box is about the same size and weight as their bike box. So to convince the shipping companies to handle the product with more care. They started printing this picture of a TV on the packaging with the bike on it. But it it. Instead now looks like it has a TV and damages. Here's what it says the article damages drop by eighty percent since then, according to the company just by changing the packaging and make me think different reminds me a little bit of like the things you get in the mail that are like important financial information only to be opened by the recipient. That's what mail and it's like, but it's like you're qualified for a loan. It's like how. My grandmother used to get fooled. There's a thing in the eighties and the nineties where they would send you something that looks like FedEx, you know, what I mean? You know what? I mean. Yeah, they would fake like the right like the blue and. Yeah. Yeah. Like deliver immediately. Well, yeah. That's me. To be open only by recip- right came on like other first ranking imagine the people in the post office. Well, this one has called on it. So we better rush. This letter. We got a blue letter. That's an underrated movie the movie I'm talking about Paul Newman. Yeah. For kids. Yeah. Sucker proxy, isn't underrated movie. He was. He wasn't the main guy in that. That was he Paul Newman. Schorr he was said Musburger. Why do I remember that? He was sitting sitting Musburger short. Now it had and then they had The Shawshank guy in. It was the man Shawshank, and it had it had it had fest which went hi, what's your name? Andrea Meyer law rely failsafe. Gibson was just to her name is her name is Katrina limited Meyer. Her name is Jennifer is Amy Archer need to look didn't need to. She was terrific. And she did that like Anna, Nicole Smith was in this in col- Smith. Yes, I think she had a small role. It's that great scene. A great scene where the guy. Where he tries to speak Swedish to the guy and get slapped on. So funny gets punch heart heart disease. Heartbe part beeps. Hi, I'm Andy Kaufman. What else we got? That's a good thing. That's a good thing. That's a shame. You got to do that. But you got to do that. I had an Amazon thing I bought a bowl and threw it. He threw the bowl. He through the box with the bowls. With the hair-color. Oh, no, no. He's he's long that guys long gun. Oh, he was bad. The FedEx guy, I was bad news. Yeah. It's not. But we've got what else we got here. We've got was or anything else in there. I'm go. Look something about Amazon executives Firefox. Yeah. I thought that was interesting. If you wanna talk about that give me we want to hear about something you like the wealth started. Because I I guess there was some kind of a Microsoft. Thing. I don't know if it was a conference, or if it was on Twitter what it was, but somebody from Microsoft one of their exact said because as you probably know Microsoft has scrapped their own browser engine. And they are switching over to use chromium, which is the open source browser engine that powers chrome and a handful of other. That used to be pretty hot for. Why seem to remember? There was a MAC only browser to had that flavor. Yeah. It was pretty a blue like haunt. I don't remember. But I was going to be the way for like smartphones and TV's use chromium opera. I think is chromium based there's a bunch of other ones. And for whatever reason Microsoft was made a comment like Mozilla, you should just quit screwing around and operating in a silo and just switch over to chrome. Like we did. Because that's that's the future the web. And that's if you really cared about the web. Here's what he says. It was on Twitter thought it's time for Mozilla to get down from their philosophical ivory tower. The web is dominated by chromium if they really cared about the web, they would be contributing instead of building a parallel universe. That's used by less than five percent question, Mark. And and so, you know, I think a lot of. I know that my kids both of them like all the computers in their school are using Mozilla. I think it has some really good privacy stuff. I don't use it apply formula. Well, my daughter does on her Chromebook. She does everything in chrome. Yeah. And think about though think about the the way that chrome and chromium behind it. I guess is becoming so prevalent. It's almost like Internet Explorer was back in the day when that was the only browser around the true. Yeah. I think fail like it because everyone had to design stuff for Internet Explorer because well everyone's on I e and even though I'm on a MAC over here. I've got to go design for all the millions of years as chrome is is being used by a lot of people. It says here in the article that fire FOX is only about five percent of web usage. I don't know what where that number actually comes from. And I don't know what. Chromium powers slow. Yeah. But apparently, that's it. But anyway, what what I thought was interesting about this isn't all of that. It's the whole concept of. You know, if if chrome really is dominant and isn't just dominant, but moves into the huge majority. Then aren't we really just kind of like browsing the way that Google wants us to browse? And is that something that we should be concerned about, you know, if everyone is using a chromium based browser, and then everyone sort of designing for that doesn't that? Harm the web doesn't that hard ecosystem. I I don't know. I guess so it's I mean, I used chrome almost exclusively still with us where there's been a definite flip in the last two months for me where I've used chrome everywhere. I could use it for years because I really liked. I thought I needed all those plug in all those extensions but like between my own experience and the news headlines catch and admittedly. I do not follow the world of browser wars carefully. But my experience was holy crap. This thing just keeps getting an I'm not like, I'm not John Syracuse. I don't really care that much. What an apple like. But for me to notice how ugly. It was getting was painful I kept having to go into chrome flags or whatever and like shut off material. My god. What is happening? It is. Now just execrable it looks so ugly. Now, they've added the thing where you have. They've changed the key for quit because they wanted to be open all the time. On close up. You couldn't you couldn't possibly intend to close chrome on purpose. Surely, this is an air. I mean, this is all that's small potatoes. But then the headlines I do see are like there was that thing about weirdly, like keeping you log into the chrome ecosphere, even if you thought you were signed out of that ecosphere, that's really gross, then I guess they fix that. I don't know. Now their concerns about like malware in the malware in the extensions so they're gonna like potentially hobble ad blockers. According to the head more. So like, I don't know. I just I Finally I'd had it. There was we spent fifteen minutes on reconcilable differences a few weeks ago talking about like, you know, just the way it looks like when you have chrome and it's not focal not hidden. But like you're in another app the tabs turn impossibly grey to like, you can't tell what a tab is. Except now the text of the tab is read all this stuff. That was just like it was so offensive looking. And then I it's like. Why don't I go all in on safari? It's really fast. It's easy on the battery and everything's all sancta up like an eight now chrome Chroma is my new Microsoft Word like I generally only open it by mistake arrived gone in. And if you don't know this, you know, you can go in and choose a default browser other browsers will want to be the default browser. But there's also you can if you ever are wondering why this thing launches after you thought, you changed it you can rebuild the launch database with some terminal FU and makes everything so much better cleans up all your duplicates under open with and Rivera FIS that everything is the one that you want. I had to do that to get stuff like reminders to remember that I want safari not chrome than I mean. It's good for stuff. My kid doesn't know anything else other than crown. But yeah, I take your point. I mean, I am not sure what a diversity of browsers brings that super positive. But I can guess what a positive browsers means in terms of the naked. Yeah. Having lots of different browsers puts me back in the days of all the stuff you stuff to put in the head of a document to trick all the different versions of different browsers to do roughly the same thing. Yeah. And I mean, I used to be so crazy all of this goulash that you would have to stick in the head of your document at a baseline just to get them to do roughly the same thing, and it was crazy making. I really doubt that we're going to wind up in exactly that situation again. But if you know, I mean, should should we there's certainly an upside to saying, well, everyone has the same browser everyone on the earth has the same browser. But do we want that to be Google? I don't right. You know? I know I know I take and I'm trying to move everything. I do off of off of Google piece by piece now, you know, and it's I'm not I'm not like on the bandwagon. We're so used to people being a nut one way or another about something. And believe me, I'm not talking about centers have been politics. You literally don't get me started on that. But in this instance, it's like you're supposed to have like some big flag-waving campaign for why each used to making anything in your life, less bad. And what you're doing right. What you're doing is saying like there's things about this that I find unsavory I don't wanna be all in on this. I want to be using different things and arguably not have to bicker with people out here decision. I respect at all. I mean. Yeah. Heartbeats art beat Andy Kaufman. And Bernadette Peters it. I don't think it earned back. No. I don't think it would have. That's a shame. When did he die? Andy kaufman. He hasn't. He's not dead. All right. He died in eighty four. So they say. Yep. He was Bob's mood. All. Would you tell me about a second thing that you particularly like sure I would love to tell you about hop. See hudson. Hot. The pub. That's beer, buddy. Hop zi story begins Merlin in two thousand seventeen three guys who just just tying some craft beer and they love this maze. Craft beer scene. That was right in your town in San Francisco and across the rest of the country. But there were so many breweries that they said, you know, we could never get to know them all and there's so many that are around the country that will never get to visit. And and you know, what you'd have to be like a professional beer drinker. Just to keep up Nate. They obviously couldn't do that so professional. Yes. I mean, so but federal body inspector. Well. If you get a hats. I'm sure you're gonna have sure if you get a hat, maybe an apron to wear overalls dungarees. Oh, ri-, right. Maybe kind of protective of hatch Apache could put get a patch. But they thought this was like an opportunity. So, you know, this is this is the thing everybody everybody who drinks beer knows the best way. Maybe the only way to get it is straight from the tap. That's where it's the freshest. That's where it tastes the best. And with this in mind. This is what the founders of Hoppy said to do they they turned to to the sub. What is the sub? This is like a keg Reiter married occurring and had had a. Beer, baby. And maybe you could call this curry for beer, it is a countertop home draft tap that exists right there in the comfort of your own home. Maybe you have it on your desk at work. I don't know. It's your thing. But without the price tag that many beer drinkers are are expecting, and you can have your own beer bar at home with the sub. This is a countertop appliance. It looks cool. It works great right in your kitchen in your bar your living room wherever you wanna have it. And you get a variety of different beer styles from big and small breweries, and these rotate monthly so you can get these things they're sent to you. And you get to experience something different every time. It is super cool Merlin. You you have one of these right? Yeah. I mean, I'm not much of a beer guy. But if I were to find the super attractive, basically, this really cool, they send you the package. I got they send you this this call decay greater, and it's like a little fridge for for beer, and it. Holds what is one of them? Hold approximately like six or seven equivalent of six or seven bottles. And you you basically chill it down. You put it in there. And I got an easy way to dry yourself. Tasty little draft beer, we went went through one in an Dan half. And it was real good. It was real nice. When weekend we were doing like yard work stuff. It was really nice so cool, and like people, you know, and you could pick lots of different kinds. That's the I think the key here is that there are it's you know, these devices exist, but what they're offering. You is like it'd be spoke way to have a kind of beer that you like, which I think is a neat idea. What you don't need to do. Like, you don't need some co two cartridge like, you know, like some of the home machines that make seltzer. You don't need a CO two cartridge. You just get their these send you these little mini kegs. You pop that in in the sub, and that's it. And like, you're ready to go, and it's fresh and ready to go. And I think they said that it like one little mini keg lasts for two weeks fresh. I think so this is a very cool thing they made a special. You are you'll drink that in less than two. Yeah. Who's gonna wait? Alan. Try hop c dot com. It's T R Y H O P S Y. Try hops dot com slash back to work supports the show and then usually promo code back to work, you'll get the sub home draft machine. You'll get too many kegs of beer, which is a quivalent two two six packs. You'll get to hop glasses. And you'll get a free membership in the monthly beer club. All for ninety nine bucks. Terms and conditions apply. But let me say that against it's good deal. You get the sub you get too many kegs of beer you get to hop. Zi glasses. You get the free membership in the club for ninety nine bucks. Tribes dot com slash back to work promo code back to work at that deal. And I think you're gonna like it so go check it out. Thanks hop. See thanks for the beer, maybe help see. Hop up shea. I'll do you ever go to the ball game. You got the guy see in the back. Yeah. Delic when they talk that. I like that. Yeah. Yeah. Top. But but but do you listen to? I had to this week, but we're running on little long. I I do want to trust listeners, Saric, asking can podcast evil. I'll save that for perhaps next on K. Okay. Can I do the one from listener Stephen about light? What I come on calling life after editorial. Okay. Listener Stephen rights recently talked about textiles in envious and text editors and managing the plane Tech's lifestyle in both in Meko s longtime envio user slice lover editorial this up at toil is the only two that played nicely with the envy ELD folder of text files. Is this making sense? Yes. If you have plain text files, you can keep them on a folder, for example on dropbox, and that will enable you to using an app like editorial on us using an app like envy ELD on MAC be able to have those files sinked in pretty reliable way. So that all your text goes with you. And so you get all the lightness and power of textiles. I mean that doesn't seem to make sense on the face of it. But you're not committed to format with text. So in my case, I use markdown multi markdown down to. Like do stuff to the text and that just sink everywhere. And so he's he's asking about that just clear. And I agree before longtime editorial was the only one the play nicely. As has been noted by Merlin in Federico teach and others at a total seems to be falling into disrepair yet. Thank you briefly mentioned f s notes was like, yours, you mentioned if as notes, I think we talked about episodes. Yeah. I tried it once which has promised, but I've talked to the developer and he wants to stick with cloud as a repository for seeking story. New paragraph. Would you maybe take a few minutes in an upcoming episode to talk about your thoughts on moving forward with text based files working across multiple platforms. More more more. Thank you to us. And Stephen what is life look like when editorial. Which has been the go-to for good reason for a long time editorial on IOS doesn't seem like it's happening. What was the last go look when Russian day. Yeah. Now. Okay. Clicking clicking and waiting version history. One point three three was June twenty ninth twenty seventeen was the last updated. So we're we're not quite two years. Let's see I see here version history version one three three from what they're describing as one year ago. Well, here's the thing. I mean is somewhat true for all people. But it's especially true for old guys in quote, unquote, tech. Yeah. Something isn't broken you tend to stick with I feel I mean in our younger days, I would fiddle I would do things with my profile. You know, my batch profile endlessly play around for no particular reason, then I like playing with my profile phrasing. And I I feel like I am very much in a place where I've got stuff that mostly works for what I need to do it occasionally needs tweaks because what I'm doing changes or the landscape changes, but just to lay the groundwork here. I am very much. I'm big lazy bones about changing stuff that's working for me. I mean, I'm going to Intuit here based on your discussion of your laptop and working that you're kind of the same way. Yeah. I definitely am. I mean, if I find something that works I like to stick with it. I don't like to change something unless there's really. A good value to to changing it, you know, and we're not worth the change in nurse to get rolling. Yeah. The potential downsides. If it doesn't work, but just worth the lake cost of the something. A lot of folks don't think about no matter. How easy it is. There still a cost making that change. Even if it's the cost of you relearning, which which thing click on your phone, but there is always a cost. And you do I feel like have to intelligently. Reckon will first of all Hippocrates like is there any obvious risk or downside to me? Even attempting this, and increasingly that's not so much of a thing. I mean for variety of reasons on Iowa. But now long story short like I'm still using a to'real every day. And it's still bums me out that it's not doing this stuff. I want to do and I don't feel like they're signs of life there. Well, I think what what people like in. I don't want to steal your thunder. But what I think people liked about editorial fry OS is. Yeah. Let's let's talk about why we like I mean it had one. If I was at the first if not the first it was one of the ones that had really really good markdown support. And it also had a ton of like workflows, and the and people used it for doing everything from like, you could do code in it, you could do blog posts in it, you could handles task paper on how you name a file it does task paperless right in the app so easy. When mean, what this like really dumb stuff that? I just love. So I have a document here. Call back to work show knows DVD for today, and I'll have to slight from swipe from right to left, and it goes to HTML preview. Right. It's so great. And then it has all of these integrations where you can drop in all different kinds of little scripts to like do stuff for you archive done tasks from task paper. Gimme statistics on this search Wikipedia based on what I've selected, and you know, that's an ecosystem that people would contribute to that. You could find. Little bits of code that would do stuff for you. But I mean, really I mean, I don't wanna undersell it. But like one of the primary things was that like it was as rock solid as dropbox is at not screaming for file or clobbering things unintentionally as long as you stayed somewhat updated. Yeah. From session to session. I wouldn't go a year without thinking, but it worked it worked to treat and between that combination of envious editorial and dropbox has been very very good combination that that works, but I don't wanna be unkind. But it really has languished. It has not seen updates that. We see in other things well way back in the old days. Twenty thirteen August. Twentieth of twenty thirteen you and I didn't episode one thirty three called. I'm glad you're computer died. Which in which you disclose a broken image in there. But that's probably it's probably because dropbox up doing. Yeah. But we talked you'd probably more talked about there's links in their editorial for ipad. Editorial fry about a landmark in Iowa text editors reinventing Iowa's automation. And so there was a I have a feeling that if people are curious to to research what we thought about at Oriel, and what you liked about it. I think this is the an to start with. But there is a path forward for shingle on IRS. I'm going to just blatantly I'm not compensated for this. But I am blatantly going to tell you if you're looking for another way to go. There's absolutely I mean, if you wanna get into bear bears cute. I know people like it millennium seem to love bear. That's fine. I won't X files. I want I want just letters right? Keep a real simple. I don't need to make PDF's out of this. Although I could I'm gonna tell you straight up. Go get drafts by tortoise which has an extremely capable new version. Freia that's come out in in the last few months. It's awfully awfully good for something. Does does what editorial did and much more? And what's nice, Greg has been releasing betas? I think he's very close to an official release of drafts for MAC OS, which I've been using for months. This a real real good system. If you're if you're just getting into the world. Of textiles and know, for whatever reason, let's say notes bear, whatever it is doesn't accommodate your needs. Whatever your needs are I would very much look at drafts. Because I you know, what I did a podcast with Gregg with from Rene Ritchie about drafts. And I'll put that in notes, but I am a huge fan of drafts. And the can't even exactly tell you. Why haven't switched all the way over yet apart from just that resistance about moving several thousand files, but I'm really tempted to just kind of start over you know, sorta like that Martha Stewart method of take everything out and put it in a box. And if you don't use it you don't need him. I'm very tempted to go all in on drafts. Because it is. It's so updated. It's so update please, Greg all the money is a very very very good app. Schilling for this up. I don't get compensated for it. But I genuinely love drafts, and it is one of the most aggressively developed apps on my phone right now, it's a really recommended. What are you? What's your thinking on the elements thing? Well, before I go to that on episode number three. Twenty two recorded in April of twenty eighteen Utah cct allot about drafts. An agile tortoise and linked to a vector podcast with that would be that must have been in the April seventeen to eight twenty time period. But that's thrown put it in. And and you talked about it here. So if you're curious as you should be about what drafts can do this is this is the place to go for that. You know, I have draft five on I o s and I think it's fantastic. It's probably the best. But for me, I think of it in a longer form kind of a writing for writing writing for for me doing like quick little notes kind of the way that I do them with envy. All I'm using an app called one writer. Which loved one writer, and I imagine you could do long form stuff with one writer, just fine. Got an on here for sure I'm looking at it now. Yeah. They've got a nice website for it. I'll put that in the show notes too. But I really like one writer, and I use that as a as it, my general purpose thing. But what's really nice about? It is that if you if you're into envy alt-, which you should be you can go into envy alt- and under the looking here under the notes section. You you can pick the place where you want it to store and create and read notes from and in you can call it. What everyone I think it defaults to notation data because that is what envy is for you. So you can just leave it there and then under store under. There's a little section under there. You don't need to do synchronization or anything. But if you click the little storage tab, it's a store in read notes on disk as and I think the default is single database used to the phone. I think was always keeping in one big block gas blob. So changed that too. I recommend plain text files since you're going to be using markdown because you're smart anyway. So change it to plain text files, and then all of your notes are individual textiles. And then when you're in one writer, you basically pointed at the same dropbox folder that you just picked in envy. Alz preferences. I should mention that notation data folder should be somewhere in dropbox. And then everything's just automatically. Singin it all just works and all your notes show up everywhere. And that's the easiest way to do it. That's how I do it when I'm doing this kind of thing and I find I don't I don't create a whole lot of notes on my phone. I do sometimes but looking at them or being able to pull them up and easily get to them on the phone is super useful. But I do a lot of creating on the ipad as well. As the MAC. So having that sink is just makes everything super easy. But I I don't does drafts. Do this does drafts have access to this in the same way. I haven't I think so I mean, I don't know if it does this is this is the curse of somebody's been using something for a long time. I don't know what all it does. Because it does what idea. Right. But for sure it does dropbox just opened one writer and pointed at my textiles thing, I did a zip right before that just to be safe. But yet I'm putting it in and I'll have a look at one writer again. But drafts is just like it's like a Swiss army knife. And what's great about? It is in this new version is it continues to. Be the leader in just give me a place to type you don't have to be you. Don't get a bunch, quote, unquote, chrome, you don't get a bunch of navigation and stuff. But if you do start poking around these cool stuff, you're gonna see that. If you choose it will remember the location where that was created an updated on a map, which can be strangely. Cool. It'll do stuff like it's got an organization mode. This is something aditorial has out of the box that I love, but you can hit this organization mode where you treat lines as drag -able things to move around. I wish there was a little easier to get to drafts, but it's not hard. But there's so much power under the hood. And then just the endless number of things that little chunks code that. You can use to do stuff something as simple as make this bold in Mark down to one that I use several times a day, which is save this file using the first line, plus a date stamp as a file in dropbox mix. It so easy new. That's awesome. I'm not seeing the struggle is real. I mean, there's there's a lot of options in. It's it's it's a very good time. Well, kinda speak for myself as ever, but I feel like it's an especially good time to ask yourself. What you're really trying to accomplish. You could drive yourself crazy chasing the dragon on trying to get some updated system for something that you don't really need to be that. I would see for most people. This is going to be shocking. But for most people really look at notes notes does more than you, probably think. Plus, it's got an amazing extension. That is so terrific for adding little cards without even having to open the document how look back at notes, sinks everywhere. It's real good. You can share them with people my family collaborates, very actively in notes for most people notes is going to be fine. If you have this is a scientific world, guess if you have more than fifty notes, and you need to excess more than a third of them regularly year reaching the tipping point as far as I'm concerned because it doesn't have the organizational stuff built in that. Some of these other ones do but notes is fine for most people. But keep it light. You. We need a giant system bears like a lifestyle for some people. They just people just put notes, but it's more than I need. I mean, if you're I can think if you're if you're all MAC, and you're interested in the features of bear. And maybe you came from the Evernote camp, and you're cool with keeping everything. And I, you know, then I think that's that's the perfect solution from most many people. I can't find an option. We don't need to spend time on the show doing this. But I can't find an option in-draughts to use anything except I cloud for sinking. There's an option under storage. That says I cloud sync and dropbox I don't see one in perhaps it's a pro feature. I am not on draft. Pro. There you go that could be let me think I might get me though. Clicking on the gear on clicking on. Let's see. I see cloud sync. Yeah. I don't remember. Now. All my I'm sorry. If I said this wrong, but my think all of my despite a bit Weiwei got held up last time. I do believe it uses only. I cloud. It may not use dropbox. I am probably concatenation that with editor. I regret the air. Yeah. I don't know. If it does dropbox. That's a really you've you bloom Gord on that. You know, I don't know because I don't do development. I haven't for many many years, but. I would think allowing someone to store their files in dropbox. You know, that I would think that would be similar in difficulty to storing it in I cloud, again, I don't I don't know that. But that's the kind of thing that when I see dropbox option like ES because that's where I wanna keep all my cry obsolete. I I hear you now. But yeah, I mean, I guess my my message would be just keep little short. Yeah. You know, there's a lot of options out there. Don't worry about that. You're gonna find options. But just really ask yourself. What it is. He needs to accomplish. And don't feel like you have to go all in for months on one of these. And then switch to another just be real clear about how often you do what kind of thing where and then look for an elegant solution that fits that. You know what I'm saying? Yes, I'm still doing penance for forty three folders. I gotta make sure I don't encourage people to just Jack around in their apps all day. Jacking around a thing. But it should be. Science, and it'll touching you give somebody at Texas to twenty. Steady twist even though they didn't specifically tick it off on the menu, right? Get some get some Windham hill music. It's wind chimes. Big big squeeze right on the areola. Woo areola pretty name for a girl. Jury button this yell. It's okay. I love you to Merlin, man.

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58. 9 To 5 (1980)

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58. 9 To 5 (1980)

"Memorandum to personnel from management re humanities never ending struggle for meaning. It has come to our attention that there are those amongst you that feel. This is an arena wearing to cultivate some plotted sensitivity to the world and coupling that with individualized experience to theoretically produce some expression of subjective truth re the human condition which serves took the fill the creator and a supposed- audience by reminding them of the still uncharted vastness of the soul. And its interplay with quotidian existence. This insidious sentiment has had a deleterious effect on both productivity and more worrisome consumption. While it's it's not unusual to feel tethered to a metaphorical hamster wheel going in circles for the cruel amusement of those in power in exchange for a few mass produced pellets. which do nothing more than keep you alive please? No this is the proper state of things. There is a hierarchy and it exists for your benefit so that you know where you stand. Your employee handbook a detailed list of accepted classifications ranked by status and and an equation by which to reconcile seeming contradictions. Men are more important than women. People with money are more important than those without men without money are more important than women with money in the public square but but less important in places with lots of wood Scandinavian furnishings or where coffee is cold. Those men or women who were not born is such should be ignored entirely no matter how much money they have etc if it is any consolation we had management are only looking out for you as continuing down that road would have no effect on the established order C. E. R. A. Nineteen eighty-two voting rights. Act Two thousand thirteen and would only result in the employee incurring financial penalty social ostracization snickers behind ones back and snickers to face ace. And you'll miss the new episode of dancing with the stars in short. Why bother? You're just GONNA look stupid and no one's going to like you and where's the meaning in that. Wow I I was suggesting maybe a quicker enter would just do this. Here's what's good to like nowhere near as this on Chris. I don't know what the hell that was. That was the same thing as this just with music. You delivered one side of the movie nine to five and I believe I just delivered the other. That's all so we are here to talk about the one thousand nine hundred eighty wow. That's a long time ago. Nine Thousand Nine Hundred Eighty s Colin Higgins written and directed rewriting. The original script by Patricia. Resnick shut up. Patricia resnick also fill nine to five Jane Fonda Lily. Tomlin Dolly Parton. Dabney Coleman a movie Chris that I think every certainly every woman who was of a sentient age in nineteen eighty today. We'll have an immediate affection for this movie. I'm talking about my wife. She mentioned that she remembers seeing Ansi counts. People would leap up in the movie theaters and applaud. And I remember my mom single working mom big fan of nine to five so I was excited to see it again. I wasn't sure what I was GonNa get the same thing I do remember. I didn't leap up because while I was censured I was still pretty young but I do remember very very vividly and actually I haven't seen it in full since then I probably I wasn't sure how it would age and and I actually don't remember I mean I'm sure it's all with my parents considering my age. I don't remember when my mom's reaction was and I don't I haven't mentioned it to my sisters or anything like that so I don't know oh how much it stays in their consciousness. Something interesting to find out for me. It's a tale of two movies. The first forty five minutes or an hour or so are so spot on delightful the setup of the three female characters Dabney Coleman in orbit with each of those characters in unique ways. The office construct. What's going on in there? I thought is just so masterfully done. It's a great height forty-five minutes then. Unfortunately this is one of those movies that takes turn away from that into the whole kind of slapstick thing where all of a sudden there's a missing body and they think there's a corpse in a capture. I'm sure it and driving around. And then they actually get him and chain them up and hold them captive for some reason. I'm still not entirely clear on and there's a whole rigmarole all in subplot stuff that to me gets away from what was great about the first forty five minutes. Yeah I mean I agree that it doesn't all work as well. And it's interesting. You Know Colin Higgins did not live live too much longer than eight and he did not has the longest career or even in that time he didn't produce that much but I'd be interested to look at more or of his stuff as a director. Because I think the biggest problems with those things actually I liked the you know they end up kidnapping him after Yongqing that they had accidentally killed him. They snap from to keep him away to blackmail. I actually sort of liked that escalation and how it mixed fantasy of having power with taking the power all of that was good. It was in some of the the execution that it was a little bit flabbier the script I think more than the direction though even within that like there were parts in that second third that I thought worked so well and we're still l. very insightful in ways that were outside of the workplace and then the very very end was a little too. I was thinking of this movie in comparison to all the president's men This I mean who doesn't think of those two together in terms of Jane Fonda Shepherding it in the same way that Robert Did yes and It was pretty interesting to read about that and how they had gone. You know what had inspired her to want to make this movie. This is one of the early films from her company. I p. c.. And it was based on a friend of Hers Karen Nussbaum who had worked with an organization in Boston called nine to five and they had different stories. They were more dramatic. More less dramatic and sort of ended up settling on this comedy and as Jane Fonda on to put it quote it remains labor film but I hope of new kind different from the Grapes of Wrath or salt of the earth. We got a lot of stuff that was filmed even stop. The Director Colin Higgins thought worked worked but which I asked to have taken out. I'm super sensitive to anything that smacks of the soapbox or lecturing the audience. You know she is somebody who's very associated with her politics but being very conscious Of that politics coming through in a comedy I think it works for the most part even though like I said there are some elements that it does feel like. It's trying to stick in established formulas formula a little bit too much but But Hey it's Hollywood. I understand why they sort of took the turn that they did. It's one of those screenplays where you can kind of imagine it working better on the page age than on the screen. I was reading about Colin Higgins. You only directed three movies as you said. His life was tragically cut short. He died of AIDS in nineteen eighty-eight his directing credits he directed did the Chevy Chase vehicle. Foul play in seventy eight nine to five and the best little whorehouse in Texas in ninety two which was also Dolly Parton vehicle as the writer or the Rabbit Holes I went down was Colin Higgins rabbit hole. When I read most of a book about the making of Harold and Maude because Colin Higgins famously wrote his first screenplay ever which is an accomplishment akin or even crops greater than the guy who wrote Heather's right Carnegie sat down and wrote himself Harold and Maude based on a film school class exercise? Just like the writer of highlander and right and through an only in Hollywood set of events ended up working as a pool boy in a home owned by a Hollywood producer. The producer's wife had put a flyer up at the film. School Sake. A pool boy needed must have car CETERA. He needed money he applied for this job. He got it and he never. It was not a mercenary job. It was like he'd never expected that it would lead to what it led to. He was there he would end up telling the wife elements of this short film. He was concocting and she said you shouldn't waste that as the short you should write that as a movie so he wrote as a movie or husband read the screenplay Robert Evans who just passed away. This week yes last week. Got The script and through a convoluted limited series of events. Harold and Maude did move forward at paramount at a time. When Robert Evans was in control to his credit and a lot of stuff has been written about Robert Evans in the last week or so sort of? which movies does he really get credit for through? which ones doesn't he? You know in Harold and Maude. He definitely worked the system to the advantage of the film and Colin Higgins was at one point attached to direct correct the film but they gave him some money to shoot some scenes and he said later in his life he realized he made a tragic error. which was he wanted to show them that he could do a lot quickly so he picked three scenes scenes instead of one and shot all three? But he's like what I should have done was just done one scene really well but of course Hal Ashby ends up attached. And what I I read. I think they had a pretty good relationship. How actually didn't really want to direct and said He? This guy should direct but then ended up making some pretty important casting decisions which I think resulted in Harold Harold and Maude. Being a special as it is obviously Ruth Gordon but court. So That's where Colin Higgins career started which is crazy. Then he wrote silver streak freak foul play nine to five and a couple of other herald offshoots In reading about it said that heroes of say in France play version of it did great and ran for like seven years whereas close with an hour to play here. I think it's right. There was a Broadway production that I think it wasn't a musical i. I don't think it was. I think he was probably the same play. But there was a harold and Maude. Musical that premiered at the paper mill playhouse K.. If I can quote talking Broadway Dot Com Headline Harold and Maude papermill. Musical delight easily surpasses classic cult film so obviously musicals better than film mentioned that. I was reading a book about the making of Harold and Maude and the tone of it is what was so amazing. And it's still amazing nineteen seventy-one that Fo- suicide element that occurs so much throughout Harold. Maude right you meet the main character. We think he's hung himself and he's just staging a series of suicidal pranks to try and get a rise out of his mother that fully formed tone to me is so on display in that first part of nine to five which I really love as like a comedy of the workplace of Type. I don't think we had seen before taking entirely early from the secretary's perspective and what they've got to deal with on a daily basis and it does so in a way that's so funny and so sharp and to me ironic back because it's impossible to imagine anyone other than Dabney Coleman as that character and even though it's this feminist movie you need Dabney Coleman in order for these three stars orbit around and spark off of and they're so good with him that for me when he's removed from the movie for all intents and purposes this is at the halfway mark then the movie starts to suffer. It's like one of those lessons of taking one of the people off the screen and realizing like Oh God. We can't do that. You know. We need him to be continuing continuing to interact with these characters when he doesn't really after the whole hospital scene where he talks himself out. And then there's the mistaken body thing when they have them captive. There's not really any scenes other than him just being in a ball gag in like a visual joke. That just doesn't really add much to where we're going. I would much rather seen more of them. Actually making the office work for themselves in a way that sort of only kind of shown in visual term at the end when he's when he returns to the office office we see them. Drafting the memos. And sort of saying the things we already sort of glossed over and almost a montage. Your furniture is different. There's a daycare. There's all these things like that they did but for me. Nothing is as good as those battles between him and and the three stars like they're so funny together and you have three actors offers in Dolly Parton Jane Fonda Lily Tomlin who are so different from each other comedic but really all so good. And you know I don't know if this counts as being within the realm of them sparking off of each other but the fantasy sequences you get like those also not only are they associative of the characters and I think there is also something about an I think as two men you this understanding of the anger that builds up over like these small slights let alone the big slights over the course of time and just how much that rage becomes part of a person's life didn't know you were married. How does that joke off? But I read showing it in the movie. They rival Song remains the same with led Zeppelin fantasy sequence. I don't know what that is but those fantasy sequences Elo heart looks like you've got yourself in a spot of trouble judy. Judy you've got to help me. The crazy out there trying to kill me. Why would they want to do a nasty thing like that? I don't know who I'm not such a bad guy. You're a sexist egotistical lying hypocritical bigot. It doesn't make me fouls heart award on the nose of humanity and I'm going to blast it off judy. Judy Judy coupon boss man. It's quitting time and have that on button and that coat and your shirt you need to loosen up. That's better now. Where were we? Oh by the way I got a surprise for four year roads. I am a married man but the back to your friend. I mean you may be hers in the evening but your boy from nine to five. Yeah I wanted to show you what I've got for you. Yes it's pretty good. It's very pretty but you shouldn't be buying gifts for me. Mrs Roads let me put it on. It is so bad. was how copy poisoned in a hall. mm-hmm why because I'm surfaced critical Bingo. You mentioned mentioned the commentary track. which if you read anything about this movie online you'll inevitably come across someone saying that the commentary track on the special edition? DVD's bonkers he's in it is they're not in the same place as their recording. Oh so imagine the worst over talking each other conference call. That's what it's like which is unfortunate because you really lose the opportunity to hear a lot of real stuff about the making of though you do get a lot of fun stuff because you know I hadn't watched it but I did read the On the Trivia thing. Oh Yeah it's mostly it's all taken there at some particularly spoiler for nineteen eighty whatever is identified the end with like the daycares. Think guess when one of the bosses holding this baby Lily Tomlin things like that baby turned out to be Laura Linney. Is that true story that she said it but the person I do. This is not al.. There's also another part. Were there watching her garage door opener sequence and the many of the movie which is a harbinger of how they're going to hoist them up in the room Later later on and also an indication that Lily Tomlin who is A. I think she's a widowed mom. She's a widowed mom. She's fixing the garage door opener. She's having a free frank discussion with her teenage son. Hot running the office like everybody. I thought she did really really well. I think the thing that's cool about it is like it doesn't mock down at the secretarial level. You know what I mean like. She's the one who actually is doing everything. which makes this scene where where she is passed over yet again for a promotion she well deserves all the more poignant and angry as you said now let me finish? Okay don't go flying off the handle promotion about Enron instead of me. I've got five years seniority over him. For Christ's sake I trained him a no the the the the company that bullshit at your decision you promoted and you tell me why in the first place see Bob does have a college degree really really really and why. He's away at college getting precious useless degree. I'm working my butt off at this company and in the second place he does have a family to support. I don't what is that got to do with anything. Look my hands are tied here. The company needs a man in his physician. Clients would rather deal with men when it comes to figures. Now we're getting at it. I lose a promotion because of some idiot prejudice. The boys in the clever threatened in your so intimidated by any woman. That won't sit at the back of the bus. Spare me the women's Lib crap. Okay okay now I know how you feel. I understand it understands Zilch I understand. I'm still a boss here and even though you might be pretty valuable out there you better get. Oh you're so I'm not gonNA sit here and take Lily Tomlin for somebody who is a comedian. I the most dramatic actor that is great dramatic acting for a movie like this which I thought of a trifle but it does have some real insights. I feel that the three women their situations are very different. True as you said. Violet is a a single mom by She's widowed single mother by death as she put it. She's very willing and she needs the job. She's recently divorced. And so I'm a widow with four kids. Jerry should never have died. I I'd be better off. I could have divorced versus Jane. Fonda character is recently. Louis divorced Paul. WHO's been left? Who's been very pointedly lousy? I want to be well but then she does come when he comes. Crawling liberated it. Actually in that liberated the scene is so funny and Jane Fonda is fantastic and then of course the last one is doorly laid by Dolly Parton. Who is still happily married? Shoe is ostracized by the other women in the the office because of a rumor spread by the boss that he's stopping her. Yes and she's A. She's a such a winning personality ensure we'll talk a lot about Dolly in general those three we different situations and then what they go through in terms of dealing with management and the difficulties. There's obviously a fractured powerbase. Even within the employees and there's a lot of like real insight to it and again you know Kudos to to Jane Fonda for letting that stuff be there while it's still is a real piece of crowd-pleasing entertainment also show. Jane Fonda is brilliant nonverbal comedic acting on display and some of the early scenes Jane Fonda. It's like her and Peter Fonda. It's hard for me to you think that they would have become stars. Were they not a children of Henry Fonda. I can't think of a Jane Fonda acting performance at. I'm blown away way by or that. I'm like wow. I think of her as a personality and a presence in a cultural figure who had resonance in our lives because of her activism and also because of on Golden Pond which when I was a kid growing up that was like such a big deal that Here was a movie where she was in with her father. And they were acting out some of the actual tensions and difficulties. He's in there real relationship but in this movie. She's she's given probably the most thankless of the three roles which to her credit as a producer. She allowed herself to be given the doughty ness and the frumpy clothes and the when she could be in a movie from the nineteen forties really when this movie starts. She's from another time. She's wearing these pussy bovine blouses and has this crazy hair and these clashes and is really meant to be that because of her marriage buying into this systemic thing that asks asks little of her and allows little from her she settled into that. And it's almost like Captain America Waking up out of the ice forty years after World War. Do she'd been outside of the world and then reenters. It has to adjust you again. It's just compared to the lily. Tomlin backstory the violet backstory. Even being played by Dolly Parton has elements of caricature who are just to begin with but has that Dolly Parton undercurrent of the jokes. Actually on you not on her. No Yeah it's just a little lightly sketched reached. Even the scene with her husband. Played by Lawrence Pressman who has left her and shows up in a little red sports car with the new girlfriend you know. He's like of the era that the movies in even she's like from the fifties but when she does the whole business with the copy machine that runs amok her comedic acting acting. Her nonverbal communicating was amazing. True but as with the lines in the second scene where he comes back after literally a stalking her. Here's the thing that I wasn't clear how he got to the House. He followed you from work a couple of days ago and I've been casing the joint for a couple of days stuff which nineteen eighty was considered normal. But now what's the turn in life with a girlfriend wasn't all it was to be an wanted to go back to she judy. She left in the midst of their vacation in wherever and then not only. Is he crawling going back. He misinterprets seeing Dabney in his. Get up and he then has the gall to take the moral high ground yes. What's it's going on nothing? Nobody that's go downstairs. Somebody in our room. Let me see who was that a friend obviously. So that's what you're into now bondage. What's that Bondy Jesse sex games? That's right all if it I'm into everything to get out of your guy anyways might boss boss. You're the ferry their bosses and that just like you had an affair with your Secretary Judy you. You can't be serious don't you. Tell me what I can or can't do do those days are over and I want to have have an affair or places play sex games or do. Nm's you can't stop me. Hymns uh-huh as a matter of fact I smoked pot. I can see that kind of living has done to you. I've changed for the better and the thing that I actually came here tonight to ask. Ask you to come back to me. Fat chance backed on. What you're leaving was the best thing that ever happened to me? If that's all you feel. There's there's nothing more to say the road buster. This is where you get off in. This is the seed where where j Fatah's character kind of grows up in the sense of like embracing things very clumsily awkwardly but over the course of the scene really does take on this liberated persona and I think that scene a super funny and I thought she did Did a great job with a little of Dali. Pardon as door or a Li. Oh Sweet Youtube hold on getting there now. Not Violet Tori Lee. Try speaking to the MIC thoroughly computer computer. Here we go new Orle- would you grab your pad and bring your pretty stationed here please. Yes Sir aw right there. What turnaround the second? Something wrong. Something on Madrid's. Nothing's wrong matter of fact everything's very very right. Shall we begin Mr Heart. Take alert to Vernon Henshaw over metropolitan mutual. Dear burn as you know. The Chairman of the Board of consolidated companies Mr Russell tens worthy. He spends most of his time in Brazil. Working on the jungle clearance operation off. All right. Let me let me let me help you with a million dollar tank doorly. Yes about my conduct in the office. Yesterday I got a little carried away. Ought to apologize to you. Don't you worry about it Mr Hard. I've I've been chased by swift amend the new and I been got yet. Shall we get back our letter half but could you just come over here here for second. I have a little something for you. You know ever since I made that stupid mistake about the convention in San Francisco I almost heart. You didn't make a mistake. You See. I'll just have to make sure that the next time I'm asked to go to work at a convention that there is a convention going on these scenes are so good. Yeah you know. And there's three of them where you get to see Dabney being different with each woman intern dismissive of Jane. She's not attractive enough for him to pay attention to dismiss downright mean. Oh yeah he gets. She gets his anger scorn. You know when she fucks up at the copy machine he just reduces reduces her to tears with violet. It's he recognizes that it's a meeting of equals if not she being his superior. Intellectual Was Dorothy Lee. He views purely as sex objects but because we have Dolly Parton playing the role. She's able to show us how women have to do all the work in this circumstance. It's by work. I mean she has to both do her job and also find excuses for his inexcusable. Behavior does only giving it and taking it on on as just part of what's the expression for something like the cost of doing business like this is if I'm going to be working in this environment in this world. This is what I'm putting up with as you put it like. I've been chased by swifter men than you and ain't saying like Oh it's not your fault. It's my fault next time you just have to make sure there is a conference like she's got to do that that part of the job. We now have a toll free telephone number. That's right would light listeners. To Call US money log in so I can figure out what our number is because I purposely chose a good one. What we want you to do is something like call us and Lisa message specific to that Chris? You could say anything. You want suggestions of what we should should. You shouldn't do that. You've got to watch all the way through whenever it's on things you Hayden movies. I would think that something we would have fun with. These people said. I want you guys to address this trope. Let let us find some examples to say we got this voice mail from a listener. And they mentioned this film ACC- trope call US toll. Free eight five five seven five five five five three two two. That's eight five five seven five five five three two two. That is very memorable. Eight five five seven five five five three we do now Chris. Going to record a clever voicemail thing so that when you call you're going to hear him he's GonNa figure out how to do. Have Value added so the the commentary track track chaotic. Because they're not in the same location. It's the three main actors in Jane's producer. WHO's kind of trying to keep things rolling but it because they're not in the same place and I don't think any of them Eh? Done a commentary track more. There's a lot of talking over each other and not knowing what's going on. It's kind of hilarious. It's been described as chaotic and self-congratulatory. I don't think that the person writing that meant that mean spiritedly. It's that there's a lot of celebration of how amazing everybody is everything. And there's not a lot of discussion because there's so many great actors. Also populating feeling the movie Secretary who drinks too much the evil spy. These are great Broadway caliber theater actors. That populate Right Elizabeth Wilson Peggy Pope is the the the one you mentioned a first and if you watched canary in the seventies and eighties It's also funny that this is one of those things and like you said a lot of these people due to the nature during the time when it was made their faces look so familiar and yet looking down there. IMDB page like Henry Jones for example. Because he's got such distinct to face. A lot of his stuff is is in television so I don't know if I remember him from that particular episode of murder. She wrote over here tell me he was on. He was not on Columbo but he was on Mrs Limbo with Kate. Mulgrew Kate mulgrew. Yeah but you as a Colombo Fan yes. Well fans putting it mildly but something. I reserve a large portion of my life your head. Where do you find the time I doesn't? Mrs Didn't Mrs Colombo die in one of the episodes of her own show no of his show. Well one of the brilliant things about Colombo was you never. Were quite sure if there wasn't Mrs Kla because you never saw her in actual Colombo uh-huh referred to her all the time but because the character was show mysterious in so many ways. You're never quite sure if there was a Mrs Researching sex in the Mary. Detective the guy who he was in candyman that was the opposite. He was in couldn't find that but when reading about I read that there was also an episode came. I guess one or two later like Farewell Mrs Colombo which I think the description made it sound like she did die? You know I'd have to look up. Farewell Mrs Colombo and Remember. Did you watch Mrs Colombo the TV series now because that to me he is a demarcation point. Here where your love for Colombo. Jews is going to be tested. If you decide to go well down the spin off this this is my question is Browner Mrs Colombo Fan. Probably she solves crimes as a reporter raising your little daughter which does make the question like did they get divorced. I do we as viewers as friends. Do we have to choose. who were on the side of the remake wicker man? It's best just to pretend it doesn't exist. What does that what does that? What is that Dolly Parton yes. JABBA MURAT FROM RADIO LAB has a new podcast about Dolly Parton. I just got into this last night. L. Listen to the first two episodes. It's stunningly brilliant. What's it called Dolly Parton it's called America. I highly recommend this for people. It came about because Jay album rods father ended up treating Dolly Parton in Tennessee hospital and he became friends with Dolly Parton and through that Jad got thinking about Dolly Parton and attended a Dolly Parton concert and was struck. By how this one figure had brought together many of the factions of American life that typically nothing in common mega hat wearing trump supporter and drag queens dressed as Dolly parton example. This podcast investigates her life. which is incredible talent and the pain and sadness at the center center of a lot of Dolly Parton music and Public Persona? And that's one of the things that is lacking in the commentary if you don't figure out how to get underneath it you're going to get from Dahlie a very polished performance. Even when she's talking in an ad Lib setting like recording of the metairie which is very her though. It's heard her interviewed before. I haven't listened to the PODCAST. I listened to somebody else talking about the podcast closer now but in that they were saying that quite a bit is spent on her role as a feminist earnest is sheer isn't she a feminist. I think is very interesting especially considering the public persona that she does put across which she's very conscious and she talks about how conscious of it she's an entertainer minor through and through in the best way possible because I don't think she ever sacrifices her intelligence or dignity even when she allows herself to be a part of a joke. Exactly there's also a generational difference Moore's as to how you view feminism as a feminist depending on where you are in your life your living but I think one thing that you do find if you read quotes from her and listen to her is there is a steel spine at the center of it that is unbending and whatever other people might put on her take away from her or assume they will well of course always be wrong as people who do that always are but it will never hurt her because there is a strengthening intelligence the persona of her and her real personal life. are distanced. Talk about how her husband is never seen younger and yet at the same time they're one in the same it show business and then she says in the podcast cast. He's trying to ask her. Did you ever bother you to be the butt of so many jokes and she said no because I figured looking the way I did they were GonNa make jokes anyway so I might as well make the Joe and I'm in control the situation and on feminism thing. It's funny the first episode. The first half sort of does a nice little historical getting us up to a certain place and then the second half of the first episode can it gets taken over by some of the producers of the podcast talking about feminism in their own experiences with feminism only to then arrive at this critical interview point with Dolly. Where Jad do you consider in yourself? A feminist pops the whole balloon. That had just been inflated saying God no like she will not have that label. Of course. It's much more nuanced. You can't be the kind of wounds that she is the strong negotiator. The star the right without being a feminist in the sense of taking care of herself as so two is all about her relationship with Puerto Wagner ragner. WHO's TV show really made Dali Star in for whom she wrote the Song I will always love you play you a little bit here Chris? I know you probably don't you're not familiar with it I hear this a lot. This version people keep sending me links to the the Dalai version whichever or the Houston version. Just a lot of people will always love me. Oh I see. I didn't get the joke. You remain took a little for takes. The podcast makes the point that this song has been hit in three different decades. A number one hit in three different decades very hard to think of any other song. Where that's the case? Are there three different versions or is it her. Assumedly the Whitney Houston one an and then the AL version on the commemorative flopping forget also went number one number one what. I don't know what the three versions died. I just heard it on a podcast Chris. Good enough chat in at in go figure it out anyway. Check that as if you have time to listen to another podcast other than this one that you're hearing we're not some fancy NPR. Jabba Murad. PODCAST so I get it but if you're GONNA listen to we're not going to slow anything down or throw in other voices voices in overlap. And what did you say about what it was very interesting. There's no yeah it's a good podcast and Dahlie is having in a moment and the sheer talent. The acting the ICONOGRAPHY the humility. But as you said the steely spine all on display in this her first movie payroll which is pretty amazing and you know what movie Lily Tomlin did before this of the full cast and crew cinematic universe. Yes it was well if you look it up of course you know asking you if you recall now no recall. I'm still stalling so that I can look it up myself look more no NCIS. I hate hard. Did she do an NCIS. Yeah it was moment by moment. Of course which as you'll recall was the second of three films that John Travolta Owed Robert Stig would after Saturday night fever right. Yeah Oh wow that is going back lily. Tomlin plays a lonely socialite and Travolta a young drifter to enter into a the May December. Romance Wow I haven't seen it okay. Answers that question. Have you ever seen Iheart Huckabee's I saw it when it came out and of course I've seen the infamous in the car scenes behind the scenes with Russell. Losing his fucking mind. I forgot it was the one thing that I remember from the movie itself was. I'm not a particularly only physical comedy person. Yeah but there is a scene where Lily Tomlin just trying to sneak up on something and there's a cross a lawn and the sprinklers going just trying to time it just like okay it. And then she starts writing the exactly worst sneaking ads getting slashing and Sprinkler and sounds like a dumb bit to describe it but she just she just makes it. She's she's so funny. On the commentary track I relate because she's like I think this was my first movie and they're like No. What are you talking about your in Nashville Bill? And she's like. Oh Yeah Oh yeah. Could you forget so she had done Nashville. The moment by moment I also Chris I haven't seen grace and franky either of I. That's her reunited with Jane Aim Fonda. I'm sure I think it's pretty successful. So there's probably GONNA be a lot of people who are like you guys. I was actually talking to somebody in the office. who was saying how much enjoyed a really? Yeah she did do. The voice voice avant may in one of my favorite movies of two thousand eighteen spiderman into the spider verse. Now did you know this is totally an excuse to revisit. My Childhood Chris. I apologize in advance. I appreciate the warning. You're familiar. With Lily Tomlin character Ernestine. Yes Which I believe she did on Ronin Martin's laugh in but you also did on one of my favorite shows as a child the electric company? Aw bringing it's the huge part of childhood man that's like basically tune in turn on and drop out for six year olds. I saw that she had played Ernestine on that. And I thought Ooh I get to play the electric correct open. You have to just give me a little. which by the way speaking of cutting things in and out? I was heartbroken to listen to this week's episode which is now three weeks ago episode that we recorded when we released it. Wait if this. Does it sound like this week. We're recording so so weeks when people are hearing this that we're doing right now. This is coming out in two weeks. Okay so so if you're listening now it the episode that I'm referring to right now came out three weeks ago two weeks ago which one was. It can't even. Yes our Halloween episode. I know we went a whole fascinating place and you cut the whole thing out. I can't remember what it was now heartbroken yesterday. When I I didn't hear the trailer faces PAG Anini Phil God? How could you cut that out? The director of Candyman Bernard rose directed a film about a Pagani seriously. How did you make time for that? I you played like to forty minutes of my stupid rant about the palm sweat commercial cut that and how put in a minute of the PAGANI. I thought if I took even a second out of that house like my head would get lopped off really letting this go every beat on this commercial. Yeah but it actually works because it was. It's a funny. It's a funny bit but also it's funny for even need to listen to what degree degree of obscurity I will go into and you were like. Is there any other any other tests or are there any other critics. There's this guy. So that have occurred that epic section itself. Well like if we didn't have bomb squad. I think we have to trailers You want it's good to have some things that just never were Christmas like yeah. Oh Yeah Oh yeah good to have a lot of things. When you you think of Jane Fonda what are the? What are the roles you think of I think of I think of her workout? Which Ju just because of how my age? Yeah that's the first I would hear of her and just think of her her about that. I did not watch it but I did have sisters. who used it So that I remember Klute Klute is probably the actual clute barbarella are two performances. I have seen and those are so vastly basically anything sort of sexualize. You'RE INTERESTED IN I. I mean in general. That's my that's where I live three live but yeah those are the two those certainly the two biggest Ryan I was GONNA say. There are so very different with nine to five and on Golden Pond. `and clues probably the probably the three most famous roles for her China's syndromes pretty good. That was a role written for a man. They know that. Not just for a man but for Richard Dreyfuss really yea down. The role was rewritten. Is there a movie we've done with Dreyfuss didn't drop out. I think he was never considered from Roy. Scheider choppered in its. I'd like to do what we're really actor. You know what actually movie. I really like speaking of childhood and I saw this with my mom electric horseman. I've yeah which is a Sydney Pollack. Movie with Redford and Jane Fonda read plays Rodeo Star past his prime who steals company source and rise into the desert with a feisty reporter accompanying him. I haven't seen in a long time. It's just so of this moment in life and I always thought I liked that Redford. Was this kind of like broken down wreck and then only comes alive through the act of stealing the horse and running away with it and she has a nice little arc as a reporter. WHO's only Kinda out for the story to begin with right but then of course falls in love and right? It's good. Yeah I mean it was good in one thousand nine hundred ninety nine. I don't haven't watched it since by Jane. Fonda Dolly is just such an incredible presence. She's looking the more than her. Acting I suppose is her activism and getting. She's had twice a week. You're doing a hell of a lot more than I am for the call and that's for sure but she's also so fun and finding I think watching her talk now is so much more revelatory than hearing from back in the day. He's a really fascinating subject. Now there's been a couple of like later in life interviews that she's done that are longer form that are really worth checking out because she had a crazy life and the whole Ted Turner thing and like you said she is of Hollywood royalty that could easily turned into any number of things but the fact that she took that privilege and made the most of the privilege and physical beauty you know she had been a model. She's like stunning to look at but she did not sort of rest on that or make her life through about that. She made herself so much more. You know without impugning anybody's politics. She became very unpopular with the large segment and Armenians remained so stance against the Vietnam War. And I'm more specifically going and posing with the Viet Cong in Vietnam. In fact there was an antica which I just think this seems like so very her. A Vietnam veteran saw her at a book signing and Spit Tobacco on her. The Guy got arrested for assault. She didn't fuck in blink. She's it's like wiped it off. CAPPUCCINO stand up. She was stronger than again. I don't WanNA saving better at the guy you know. He obviously feels passionate but she kept with what she was doing. There's there's no like no invectives. No she just kept doing what she was doing. And I think that is such an admirable quality and on the other side of this I read an she also revealed on her website right that she bathed in the ashes of her Golden Retriever Roxy when she missed the contents of an urn for bath salts not realizing which were until she saw a bone in the water. That's that's what I'm talking about Lake Late Life James. That's so great you know. I don't know that I would have the wherewithal to reveal that if I did it. But it's actually like who the fut- it's fascinating to think of. All the things that people kept offering her that you turned down. Every decision has a lot that goes into it but she. She turned out a lot of roles that went to Faye dunaway including Bonnie Bonnie and Clyde Chinatown on of course for all EU toddlers out there. She's the voice of Shariq. Olena of your new. I knew her from somewhere. Let me a free Chris. Because I have an eight year old daughter. and Time Demi Coleman I mean God he was so fucking funny any Dolly says in the commentary track. You love him even as he's horrible and the thing that he has in there are kind of trying to figure it out. 'cause it's true. Oh he does and says horrible things in this movie but there's some element of his personality in his acting that allows you to just feel warmly and think he's hilarious malaria. I think even the scene that we played where he has passed over violet for the promotion. It's not I mean he's terribly boy. He does not go overboard with it and and he has this like assuredness that it almost makes you think like Maybe maybe he's right. Maybe it's also that he's willing to undercut himself in the scene with the slapstick. Dick Business without chair not working falling back the way that like Dolly leads with the joke about her yes it she's making before you can make it. He also POPs his own balloon before you can. Yes so in that scene with violent. Just when he's at peak chauvinistic asshole he tries to sit down and be all pompous and then his chair breaks he. Does this slapstick bit. And that's the part of him that I think is so brilliant when he's acting he's aware in a way that you can see but it doesn't get in the way of the thing that he's leading with. which is the chauvinistic asshole Stein? They're like I always think of him in these roles very similar to this being like a person Persson not just a smarmy guy but somebody in charge yes. He was not quite as with it as they are under the trademarks. Says you should place characters that are quote up your oh good often swamy selfish nervous person with money. That's out for himself and third his mustache. Yes never underestimate the power or a good mustache view had a mustache. You're acting roles. Maybe I should know your your aging as we all do. Maybe as you this last third of your shelf life as an endure will low might be time to try a baby. I mean Gerald mcrainey. And he's in Coleman reaching out of the business. Whatever Sam Houston's name Lee Horsley horsely Tom Celik yeah? He's got all leaving. The next this generation cherish it's in Williamsburg acting mentor and friend of Simon Baker. Yes I like. Simon Baker whatever happened to Simon Baker. I think he took the money lien ran. I don't even know what. He's good in margin call but you love marching. Have you seen it no good movie man here ear. I'd like to know what else is the rainmaker. No no the other residents know the other. JC shandor movie offered on a boat. Did you see that no god. That's good Chris please. Work with me are gift where I was watching this and enjoying it anyway. I like Simon Simon Baker. You're referring to the mental list money. Yes yeah isn't Simon Baker Australian. Yeah you don't get the high ground. Maybe he went back. Maybe throw. You're talking anybody isn't he'd never left he's he's not gone anywhere you you have been missing. What a way? What have I been missing? We use on the mental from two thousand eight to two thousand fifteen. Yeah that's four years ago. Then then he did a movie called breath yeah never heard of that directed it after developing. Oh breath that's based on the book. Did you sorry this is a really well regarded novel about a teenage boy and his friends. Who forge a unlikely friendship with an older surfer? I don't think the movie he was quite successful. However it does star my girlfriend Elizabeth debate year? I was GONNA say like you're only saying this. When's Elizabeth DeBakey coming back on screen? Let's say Peter Rabbit to the voice of mops which isn't quite the same thing Tenet filming twenty twenty. The plot is is unknown. It's a Christopher Nolan film. Robert Pattinson great actor. Yes Lisbeth DeBakey. Aaron Taylor Johnson Isn't Aaron Taylor Johnson. One of the kids from that. TV TV show with Tim. What's his name? I don't know he was kick ass kicked. I thought what's her name was kick ass female. No what no kick ass. Yeah isn't that what's her name. Kick Ass Nigga you gotTa Nicholas Cage with the mass. It does have a girl in right but it also has a boy with them ask always the boy and he's the main character. Oh I thought I always assumed she was the main character. Here's a good so it's not as good as the comic Nick Cage. Awesome talking to me. What else are you going to say? He doesn't Adam West impersonation in the whole leg brigantine intentionally. or Oh yeah yeah some of the other faces that are in ninety five. It's populated by depot. I feel like she was on every seventies and eighties. TV show as well. There's got to be a Colombo in here somewhere. Well I bet if anybody if it's not and I'm not GonNa make Mac do a Mrs Colombo cinematic no matter givers. Don't worry people Elizabeth Wilson as Roz. I think she's the one who has like some serious theater. cred American Academy of Dramatic Arts. Where where have you studied? Chris what do I say acting island run studied with I study did gum acting on the streets. They're studying involved. It's like you're not really studying being. Let's say working go read. This sounds better than practising practising is more what it is that you're doing. You know I mean. There's you know reading the script and thinking about talking about it that's involved. That's how you're getting into. I've never been acting is what I think it is. What a shock you go into like a small theater and there's like some people grouped around a stage? It's your turn so you're on stage acting teachers like let's take it from the top and you do your scene and he's like like okay here strip that away. Just give me what's inside. That is what it sounds like an acting class AM I. I've got it right. I mean would barrier the Kaminsky method did with anyone episode of those with show you. I haven't seen the Kinsky method is that good It depends if you like old people things. It's good. Yeah Mary and Mercer who plays Dabney Coleman's wife life. Oh my God. She's amazing. She is amazing in general And she has such a distinctive face and present a gosh. She's hilarious funny. Did you reminded me of nickel. Let out of sight in the sense of like I can't tell at first if she's in on the Joe Yes yes and get going through her. IMDB page I. I just can't tell which of her many many things I remember her from Mary Hartman. Mary Hartman I mean I think I remember from that a good comedic player on a lot of of yes seventies and eighties. TV show things probably better than much of the material. Living living is about like cocktail waitresses. Oh no I never saw that arm. I remember eleven that show. I have a little piece of Trivia for you. Oh Yeah Yep that's related to the movie and not about Laura Linney. Yes but I want you to listen to this yes. That song was originally called nine to five and came out in the same year whereas the movie nine to five and then when the song which was a massive hit in Australia which of course Sheena Easton native country that was retitled morning train green and this is what pop music was in nineteen eighty. Chris that's why I needed Nirvana twelve years later. This I was tapping my toes. It's a great song are you saying it's Kinda Corny. It's not very fight the power but she needs to choose a big deal. She British Hershey Australian. I don't know I was looking at the nine to five childish Scottish. If he's not Scottish clap nothing. You're right I was just trying to resist making another highlander joke because I think three in one episode. You know what that reminds me did highland today. We're actually watch the highlander. Listen to the highlander episode. Is that one of our more popular. I thought it was going to be released that it was like. Oh Yeah it's it's going through the roof through the roof. Let's see tailender. It's okay it's not. It's not one of the. It'll be sleeper. I'm sure we'll check out the top five episodes of the podcast. You're number one Bohemian. rhapsody of course number two jaws of course number three three. You'll never guess monkey chats correct number four. You'll never yes. You'll never get to be last Unicorn but I'M GONNA missile robocup no the ballot. Buster scruggs. Oh you know what I remember seeing strange among the many things. I've learned doing this podcast with you. That episode taught me something very fundamentally important about yourself. Which is I'm always right about movies? No light it taught me. It taught me that what you hear and what you think are not always true. Boy Is that right. I'm not talking about myself. No I'm with you. I agree that movie came and went as far as the conversation. Starters on the Internet are concerned. It wasn't a Bohemian rhapsody however he was vastly popular film and vastly popular episode of the podcast. Just goes to show you that what you're dead. Sheep will oh he's not necessarily what's really going on. Remember that that's a good point. I think though there might be the overlap between Chins scratchy Cohen. Brothers enthusiast's podcast listeners. Maybe crisper doesn't explain. Monkey shines or National Lampoon's vacation which is the fifth most downloaded episode. Ever of the PODCAST. I anyway. Marian Mercer love her. I think she's like what we would call that guy in a male actor. I don't know what we call it in. I don't like saying actress actor so so that woman just doesn't have the same ring as the character actor Guy But she's indispensable. I like that kind of actor because this sort of thing is like she does. Is this thing and it's like if you do that. And it gets known people need that in movies quite a bit. I think like Dabney Coleman. There's something about her. I think because of her height and her thinness there's a sort of regal bearing that she has and yet she has such a comedic sensibility. That yeah she can seem high status but it doesn't feel threatening in the same way. Wouldn't be for soap. Opera would well in a comedy like this. Of course Erling Hayden for crying out loud is in this movie weird. Yeah I mean it was. It was not the best. Ask Part of the movie but it was also fleeting one scene. Sure literally odd scene. It's an Colin Higgins. First of all who who was the director and writer but did not play Wedge Antilles in Star Wars now. I don't know if you've noticed that was that what he's listed as. Yes yes and no you see. There was another Colin Higgins who is one of the three actors to play Wedge Antilles Shoe that we're actually in a new hope. Can we get away from Wedge Antilles his instead of the guy from local euro. Save this guy named Colin Higgins who are then got to be known in the Star Wars community as fake Wedge Hogshead TAT dogged him for the rest of his life and then ended up dying years ago so he died too so there are no existing. Well Count Gins is dead this colleagues. Yeah they're no Colin Higgins's left but the other Wedge Antilles until he says we believe me I- Chagrin the day that I decided to funny Wedge Antilles Post on the facebook page. which you every day I get a hundred notifications of additional comments? God No wonder those two guys just quit out of fear of Fan Service morning to the Internet the any he is in David benef- and game of thrones guys like you said it was a little bit heartbreaking. I don't think Sterling Hayden was great in that role. She supposed to be like colonel. Is He supposed to be like Kentucky. Fried Chicken Colonel Sanders. Like I don't know whose idea that would kind of by corporate titan. Is that the other guy you talked about Henry Henry Jones or whatever the Henry Jones but actually so I thought he was hilarious. He was a better. Why would you make that character particularly southern? I don't know who is neither so funny. North Korea probably because it was Sterling Hayden. And he's probably got an idea and the director is probably like it's fucking Sterling Hayden. I mean sure go for in the commentary track. Apparently they were saying that part of the reason why he looks a little bit Out of it it during the scene is he needed to cards to remember his lines. So Wisconsin look at me and he wasn't. I guess as experienced doing that as say like Marlon Brando Autumn. It was also again not not a great scene rushing to shoot inclusion even to the point of sending Dabney Coleman off to Brazil which is why would you got here. That's so great trial but I guess I guess in nineteen eighty. We saw Brazil is some sort of horrible fate to be sentenced to and even we. You know the the movie card rules string Bikini on him and then when he gets boiled or eaten alive or something here is appears he gets Oh. He's an APP kidnapped by what I think. I don't remember direct phrase that they use that something Yeah something along those lines. I think that your signature openings get appropriate the amount of attention. I don't think however that your signature endings get enough. I don't think we need to center them in the narrative of the podcast. Cut It back into the centre. What Chris does he plays as the last line of dialogue from a famous or infamous reknown or slightly well known film? And what we want you to do is be first to figure out what it was when the episode goes up. We'll put up a image from the film that you're talking about. That doesn't give it away and we will say who can identify Chris's final line from at this week's episode. I love that grade that on facebook facebook. Finally as a reason for being what Chris would you like to move on to our other segments. What would you like to do I How about headlines Great Headlines Headlines this since today is Halloween even though by the time? You're listening to this. It'll be like the week before Thanksgiving or something. I thought that you would enjoy the story. That for these vampires shared blood meal. Let's friendship take flight. This is the story that vampire bats. Chris might have nasty reputation according to NPR but these bloodthirsty beasts can be both generous and loyal when it comes to their fellow bats. I believe it captive. Common Vampire Bats will share their food with Hungary bat companions unions and forge such a bond Chris that they continue to hang out with these buddies. Once they've been released back into the wild Bats are very line says Gerald Carter of the Ohio State University and Vampire. Bats are the most maligned of bats. Vampire there are all like actors except that they do keep in touch. You've throw actors together you do a show we we are going to be best friends forever. And the Gun Chris. You're the bats. Need to lap up about a tablespoon of blood every night. I didn't know that if they miss two nights they get very weak and missing three nights nights means death similar Broadway actor. I love bats. I'm not afraid of bats. I would love to have about my house. Swap Christmas coming begin bat shit crazy and you know where that expression comes from People who would eat Guano for protein would then go insane. It was like mercury with has some weird stuff in it. You know I mean it's it's shit. Well I felt the shit that makes you crazy. It's like some cave chemical or something the making that up. What so am I? Did you see the story today. I don't like to do politics on the podcast. But did you see that the cybersecurity advisor to president trump rudy. Ready Guiliani Speaking Abacha Apple store to get his iphone unlocked. Did you see this story just broke today. This guy the fact that he had to go to the Apple Store Rick Shapiro. WHO's a reporter for? NBC News is living through one of the greatest two week cycles in the news. Business Because he is the reporter who last week reported that Giuliani accidentally but dialed him on two different occasions. Last fall and left these he's long rambling. Inadvertent recordings where he was talking to someone else about what he had just talked to rick on the phone number out on the record and then he got these bizarre czar recordings realizing that. Oh He's he but dialed me and he's telling someone else all this stuff. He wished he had heard on the record so in any way they publish this stuff in some sort of acrobatic report Taj. Were they figure out how to get. Is this on. The record is off. The record is a dial on the record or off the record. I don't know I can't wait to hear what the Supreme Court says. Well the articles already out. So I think curric- Shapiro has spoken. Giuliani also famously. Created a hyperlink and one of his tweets and someone was able to purchase the name of the G. Twenty Dot. In that he accidentally put in they bought the hyperlink and then trolled Giuliani by making the link. Lead to a webpage that read Donald. J trump is a traitor to our country house. There's no that was only because Giuliani tweeted. An inadvertent link and then he was spotted at the genius bar because you cannot rise. They let him in. He couldn't remember Pasco so a former apple employee who was present told NBC that the passcode mistake was quote very sloppy adding quote trump. Just named him as an informal adviser on cybersecurity and here he couldn't even master the fundamentals of securing your own device vice. I've never felt more cyber secure but it does say a former apple store employees. True true could be related to that. Say what you will Salim. Ibn Baylor Remembers passcode but he can sure abused power. I'll tell you as a content presidency. It's hard to be now Chris. My last headline is one that I think thank you know. I know that you're a you're you're you're you're seeking no yes spiritual fitness and happiness and you are someone who thinks a lot about your presence in the world and how to be the best version of yourself. Well there's a new study that is able to offer you Chris the key to happiness. Do you know what it's about do you know. What do you know what the key to happiness is how well I'll tell you know it's only care about yourself and no one else? Oh boy let me guess. Is this from the frigging Manhattan Institute. No this is a research. Other conservative institute is fine. Ran Lovers of American though. This is from. The Queen's Leans University of Belfast in the UK saying war and a new study shows that narcissists who have an inflated sense of self importance and disregard for others are less likely to to be depressed and stressed out the normal people. They looked at seven hundred adults with the personality disorder of Narcissism to determine why they appear to thrive in society among their toxic boksic traits narcissists engage in risky behavior have grand delusions. Show little empathy for others and don't experience much shame guilt. We wondered said the doctor if this is so socially toxic why is on the rise. Well the results showed that grandiose narcissism correlates with very positive components of mental toughness confidence in goal orientation protecting against symptoms of depression and perceived stress. So Chris that's the secret care only for yourself and no one else now. You know how wes scoop would you like. They're only some small drawbacks to being such an artist. You tend to be willing to do to succeed. Embarrassingly Butt dial reporters every now and again. Ah I have to go to the Genius Party. Very cheerful I Chris. I'm not GonNa Crow just yet. About how right I have been proven so far in our new segment the bomb squad because this is an emerging story just as we sit here recording yes and it hasn't been released yet while it is it is released into. WHO's listening now? Oh yes because because it comes out next week as we sit here comes up next week we have a Ford Or. We're talking about motherless Brooklyn. The reviews are in the box. Office is not yet and I want to wait for the box office to complete what I believe to be a little bit of a home run trot that I will take around the recording studio art. However this week's bomb squad and it really liked Matt's bomb squad sound effects? Did he put up there. This week's bomb squad is an interesting one and I will say I don't know about for you but this set off the radar. The first time I saw the trailer Roland Marex Midway Midway Cut. It was just a user tutors Take him under my. He was fine to be scared. Breath Pearl Harbor is the greatest intelligence failure in American history. This can happen again. WanNa make it right. Some of the boys want to fight the Japanese. Were planning something bigger. So what's the target argued. We believe it's midway Washington disagrees. Washington is wrong if we lose Japanese on the West Coast Seattle San Francisco Los Angeles o'byrne the order law need to throw a punch. They know what it feels like to be talk about a couple of dozen planning all Japanese fleet this is an affair dismantle. I know that you came glue. People are counting on. You'd be able to face anything. It's not just the jingoistic inanity. It's not just the hackneyed hackneyed cliche of purposeful walking through militaristic hallways and the bursting through important doors in order to break devastating news news with a few words. It's not just that rolling emmerick never filmed anything in less than an extreme close up. It's not just the unfortunately kind of Janke. CGI HE I. It's just why so. Midway apparently is an independent Phil over. 'cause I just learned today first of AH. They showed like a huge task of all these people and I was like really. I thought this was literally just the same guy being shown over and over and over again. It's the same guy in a greasy t-shirt and a short haircut in a leather jackets. Like all these people are poor. Patrick Wilson you deserve better Mr Wilson. I wonder what he did. That's when Washington's he's got a different finger. Washington's wrongs WHOA. Hey let's just say look at the intelligence. How about some reason they're wrong? Yeah you don't have a snake yard wearing glasses. Oh my God I guess you know. If you're Rudy Giuliani. You're probably going to see this. Look they. They are opening in on Veterans Day. Weekend true I guess in a piece of counter programming people might go see it. I saw the headline is like rolling. Eric's one hundred million dollar independent film home. I'm not sure how that works. But yeah the phrase independent film. Gets you know what used to be. The most expensive independent film was stargate. Remember that which is just turned. Twenty five twenty five years of like who cares not an anniversary. We need to celebrate but I do remember when it came out. It was almost an interesting story. But there's also so I believe director for ruined mark and he had to scrounge around to get this money to get this maiden at all sorts of false starts and stuff like that so when he was somewhat successful it was was Sort of a triumph. And I guess this is the same Maine says variety. Says he found himself hustling to get his latest action epic to the screen. But it's one hundred million alien dollar budget outside the studio system which is pretty amazing. I guess I mean I just. That's him a lot of money for this movie to make you definitely not going to get the Japanese audience. Based on the way that trailer is cut could be one thing. If it was like the battle of midway but we're presented with some actual living breathing Japanese characters who who might feel strongly about their side of the battle as opposed to just jingoistic American. beefcake but I don't think the money was spent there so anyway. That's this week's bomb bomb squad. Yeah that Looks Pretty Crappy Chris. I don't have anything else all right in that case until next week. It's a shame that this week's movie didn't date more than it did. But thank you to the women who inspired it who made it and who have never let the struggle die. You've made us all better thank you. I thank you for your companionship. The Stamina Horse Sense one hundred and one laughs. I also enjoy very much looking at your shining hair shining face. Grew I now. I think you'd like me. I was GONNA buy your tie clippers. Shaving ain't lotion or something. But I didn't know why you'd like Homo. What I've had has been sumptuous?

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262. Ron Friedman Returns

Gilbert Gottfried's Amazing Colossal Podcast

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262. Ron Friedman Returns

"Kim Steinmetz fat at a hell w to college playing for a limited run at New York City centre starting August. First featuring Meatloaf timeless hates why to Ida three eight bad paradise by that day sh four lights, and I do anything for love God, I won't do that edge the winner of the best music coke from London Evening. Standard theatre wants two thousand seventeen taking on sale now. Bad of hell musical dot com. Hi, this is Gilbert, guide ring, and why have your friends in enemies, look, and listen to you, when they look and listen to me, go deca cameo dot com, and I will send out personalized breeding personalized hey, allies in difference. Go do patio dot com and get me he'll birth. God. Monday. Happy days, Tuesday, Wednesday, happy days, Thursday, Friday. Happy days. If you wanna have a happy day, he went to have a good time tuned into Gilbert, Godfrey's amazing colossal parkas. This is Charles FOX. I just had a great time with guys. Hi, this is Gilbert, Godfrey, MRs Gilbert, Godfrey to mates in colossal podcast with my colts. Frank Santo Padre. Our engineer Frankford Orosa, our guest this week is back for a return visit by popular demand. He's a screenwriter and one of the most prolific television writers in history of the medium scripting, over seven hundred hours of television. He's list of credit, which he insists is only a partial list, as staggering my favorite Martian, get smart be which Gilligan's island, the Andy Griffiths show, the odd couple ole in the family Barney Miller, happy days. Love American style Charlie's. Angels, wonder woman fantasy island. And Starsky and Hodge. Just a name handful. He's old so written specials for stars like take Van Dyke Lucille ball, and Danny Thomas movies for the big and small screen, including marathons starring Bob Newhart record cities. Starring former podcast gates, Ed Begley junior and Larry Storch. And of course, murder can hurt you featuring former guests John Byner an Jamie, Farr blades, Dr skiing. Correct. Eight ad in. He's written and produce dozens of hours of TV animation, including ironman of fantastic. Four and g I Joe, he penned the very first trends. Formers feature film back in nineteen eighty six in a six decade Grier. He's written full worked alongside and palled around with some of the most memorable job, spurts analogies. You get prolific. You'd be surprised of that. Winters. Ceasar. It's true. Novels or those names. Election of contemporary fiction by Jonathan win. Kate. Oh, where was that Danny Kaye? Bob, ho Brandis stare Sammy Davis junior zero Mastel Jonathan winters, Joycean wells. And of course, they did that Jay. That guy even met Marilyn Monroe, Walt Disney and Frank Lloyd Wright. Marilyn Monroe was converted you. Well, we'll hear about. He's, he's new memoir, is called. I killed Optimus prime how one man single handedly destroy the world's most iconic transformer and lived to tell tale. Please welcome back on master storyteller, and the world's funniest former architect Manu could. Finally tell v Pat McCormick Carol, Wayne story that we didn't get to the lifetime. He was here, our friend, Ron Friedman. I don't know what to say except Jingu good is going to be pissed off. You didn't include him, who? Mohicans. We would. Help the British fuck out of California and Nevada. Welcome back run thrilled to be here. Particularly when I realized that the only other person asks back twice was Eleanor Roosevelt. That's right. We had Sacco and vans. Yes. Favor them mine. Now because this is this will be picking away at my head the whole time, tell us about that. Mc? Always ready for a pet McCormick story. We ran short a time less time. You were going to tell that is the Sheikh story. Yes. Yes. Yes. It and Pat was reluctant to reveal the story. He always, changed it when he told it, but he took a round the world tour with Carol Wayne who Johnny Carson used to feature as the weather lady on many of his episodes. Sure, and fat is traveling with her, and they're in one of the emirate states. I think it was Saudi Arabia ever popular, if you into beheadings. He he's in one of the lounges with Carol and distinguished guy who had just gotten off his camel came over and said, I represent any name, the particular emir who I think used to play third base for Cincinnati. And he said he loves her. He wants her. What's the price? So Pat, is ever eager to make a deal and make a friend and unusual nation, and he gave a price something like four hundred thousand camels twelve Ray sources the Speedo plane, you know, just went on and on and the guys nodding and making notes. And I said, didn't that disturb you Patty says, no, he said I thought he had trouble with English. So he was just checking a dictionary. Anyway, Pat has a big laugh and the guy comes back, and he comes back, and he says, my master has agreed to the terms by Carol Wayne. Yes. To by Carol Wayne, but he can't get the livestock here this afternoon. That's good. Take some time. Would you be willing to take money in lieu of the camels, and the thoroughbreds and fat said, of course I mean why make an enemy anyway? The guy said good have veal hand her over and Carol Wayne at this point said something in the nature of what the fuck are you talking about? Away with this guy, you can shove your animals up your ass. I'm not leaving the guy meant it's and he said, but we have a deal I've spoken to your handler your trainer. Whatever thought, Pat, was, we have deal. They had to call the American ambassador to come over and they send over somebody to argue the case unreal. They missed their flight. Wow. Love, Pat McCormick stories we can't get enough. No. He was wonderful to work with. But he's a guy that could embarrass a toilet seat. Did anybody ever mentioned his hobby of drop kicking old ladies? No. You didn't mention that you mentioned that he used to keep Rosa coins in his. Hispanic immediately. Yeah. But he had a hobby of like running up to a short woman and pretend to kick her in the head. I mean everybody needs a hobby. So we're standing in London at marble arch, and there's a charwoman there with two leather bags, and Pat runs up to her, and then lifts that right leg like he's gonna kick her in the head and holds the leg up in the air the foot near right near her face. And she says herald, help me and a guy that looked like a coke machine. In a leather jacket comes out of a doorway doing to me, mum. Facet. I'm an ugly American and here's two hundred pounds. Was it? He bought the guy off. Yes. Fantastic. Did this frequently though, which, again was embarrassing? Yeah. That was when you're in London doing the Lucy special. Exactly. Right. Well now how old was Lucy when you do in their special one hundred forty one. Gilbert, obsessed with her last attempt at primetime. Ron which was life with Lucy where she pulled Bill, Gordon out of mothballs. Remember this nightmare, it's in the Smithsonian. But she likes you. Hi, Lucy liked her. I thought she was great. I don't know if I told you about the time, I'm sitting in her house and doorbell rings and she says, Cleo, see that is that was she called her sister. She was really a cousin or something. Cleo comes back, and she says, you're not gonna believe this looks he said, what is it? She said, it's a tour group, a woman knows this is your house and asked if she could use the toilet. He said, go fuck yourself. This is in a Union Station. You. You regaled us with the wonderful deshea arnez, Orson Welles story last time. Oh, yeah. Orson good nano it just every time I think about it. I think Orson was lucky that does he didn't shoot him. Yeah. To refresh. Everybody's memory whereas Ron Ron did a show with us back in October. And that was the story about about deshea pulling a piece on, on Orson because he hadn't delivered material that he'd been yes compensated for. Yep. That was it. Yeah. But he finally turned it in which I read in the new book, he finally delivered -absolutely sending descript in by limo from the desert, which is weird Lucy and Desi put him. They put him up in her house, in Palm Springs. And he sent the script, I think it was in four six days by limo, and it was brilliant. Absolutely. And they shot it, it was sensational. Of course. And then deshea said, what's next dourson? Worsened says, oh I need to get some relaxation. I don't have anything and, and Lucy had a rich. Desert for the gun. But you liked him to you liked. Orson welles. Yeah. I did. How do you wanna make a legend? How do you not like a mountain? I mean, you know, his the cheeks of his asset to different zip codes. You had to admire him. Did you write his last role? Yes. Or since unicorn that was the temperature. Yeah. Yeah. Now now did Johnny Carson fuck Carol Wayne? I believe you need to go to yeshiva and talk. Dumping. He said ways. Some credit for a smooth segue. Boulder dam? Just keep having. That's the answer. Now Franken, I would talking about. Well, surprise surprise the both of us that you're a, you're a Jew. You don't find comedy writer. They're all Norwegian. Those vast spaces in the temperature that brings out the Umer funded we having for dinner LARs, we're having. We're having. The Moselle died. So you are being bullied as a kid, one of the touching things in the book is the story of you and your brother growing up in what West Virginia. Yeah, we're dribble West Virginia and kind of kind of escaping into the, the character comic books of the day, the radio absolutely day and we needed to escape. And of course, this was Virginia was described as if you give Pennsylvania, an anima. You put the bone in Weirton. In the panhandle of the state. And if you look at map, you'll say this is apt this is this is correct. Anyway, all the steel workers were, of course, eastern Europeans, and they had these fine traditions of killing Jews, and they didn't want to leave them at the dock when they came to America so they were alive and well, and we're and the big Catholic church was Our Lady of the Spanish inquisition, which might have given you a clue as to the way, things worked anyway. The elementary school, there, did not open in timely fashion, because they were remodeling. Getting there was a fire so Catholic school offered to take those from the public school in. So we had the talk to the rabbi I and he says, you will observe as they observe. You'll do what they do except when it comes time to speak, the name of their God, you will. Instead insert the word. So when Jesus mentioned. And it was okay until we're singing Christmas, carols and was singing, Christ this morning in bed nano. It's Ma is more in Bethlehem and the nine who is walking up and down the aisles with so dally sticks taped together with bicycle tape when what hit you on the knuckles. So I'm singing and I go Osborne in Bethlehem. She watched me on the knuckles. And I said, Jesus Christ. She said, Singa chew boy. It affected my life. I would imagine that was an escape bowl. These fantasy characters you bet your ass. It was. And it was welcome. It was wonderful. When I saw who wrote superman? Shuster. And forget the other guy's eagle Segal. Very they understand you need a superman and it's very Gilbert, making that comparison because reading about it in your book. You, you disappeared in similar way. I mean you feared the same things absolutely. You needed a hero. I did desperately and it's on. I was doing a convention for transformers because I wrote the movie, the transformers the movie, and so many people came up to me and told this kind of story, a guy with tears in his eyes was a grandfather, because there are three generations of people there that loved transformers said when I was seven years old. My father was a drunk and he abandoned the family, I needed a father, and I picked Optimus prime in the transformers, and that's how I got through my childhood well, and oddly enough. My father died, when I was eleven and I was looking for a father figure, and somebody told me I looked. Like an army football player named doc Blanchard, so schmuck, that I was I cut a picture doc Blanchard out of the newspaper, and I put it in my wallet, and I would consult doc when I need father, and he was no good at Purim. He didn't know. He was, you know, I had to finally ditch him the something sweet about that. Ron and like the ones that wrote superman. What I noticed in Jewish names. There's L at the end. L L O. You mean. Oh, he's, he's he saying, like, like superman is, is Cal l enjoy enjoy. L as in the dissolution schnitzel. Yeah. Bison temple Beth El. Yeah. Yeah, there's names like in the town maids. I bet. That's right. Yeah. That end in El. Yeah. I know the Moyal who had to circumcise superman could never make it. Yeah. Blades kept good. You know, I'll give me a diamond tip. Let me try that. Of course, I think L might be God or not that I know Gilbert gala good luck with that. I'm sure they'll build. Johnny Carson fuck carrying lanes. Run. The, the research is unclear. I heard there were skid marks on the sheet. Tell us about those characters. You know, we're talking about early days of comic book about capsule Camden. I captain marvel I captain marvel you thought looked like Fred macmurray, which I found was interest was absolutely intentional that captain marvel was made. True. Absolutely. Wow. Sure. Because people love movie stars. And of course, you're not going to hire Fred macmurray to show up and be painted in various colors. But if you use Fred macmurray face, everybody looks and say, you know, I, I like captain marvel I, I don't know why you nobody and do that. And Fred us there, of course, was prince name, or the sub mariner was that intentional on Bill Everett's part to make him look like, yeah, Fred Astaire? Yeah. You know, Fred macmurray had this great deal when he did might three you bet. Yeah. He didn't want to be there all the time because he was a movie star. So they would film all of his seen separately. Like they feel like a years worth in a day. The cheapest man in Hollywood. Fred macmurray. Many ahead of him. You told Fred Astaire when you work with them that you thought he resembled, the sub mariner and this was news to him. No, I told him you were the sub mariner, and he says, what the hell is act? And I gave him the comic book and he looked at it, and he got a big kick out of that while, and he said, don't show, mom, I said, why not because she thinks comic books are cheap. So I never showed his mother now Ron, who the most famous anti-semites. He wanted alphabetically or by. Yes. Start with you. Gene, Paulette and work. You ward bond, I would bond was famously so as was Adolf, Montjeu, Adolf, MAs you and I heard that let me think John Wayne was supposedly and a semitic. He was certainly not fond of black people, but he sort of reformed at the end. And that's when I met him when he was toward the end of his life. And he seemed far different from the, the right wing zealot, that he had been during the blacklists years, but you never know. I mean they were a lot of secret antisemites when they would use code words, for, for Jews like motherfuckers at. Killer who's on your list? I love the New Yorkers was always a famous code. The Jews was. Gene polite hated both blacks. And and what about Brennan? Yes, another famous and, and oh era Flynn. Yes, but John Houston beat the crap out, of course, Jon Houston, didn't like people who were anti semitic or anti Black, John Houston was like a liberal bastion, and had a famous Hollywood party when Flynn was drunk and going on. And on about the Jews. Houston took him outside and Flynn those prepared to beat the crap out of him. And Houston beat the crap out of Flynn. Wow. What stuff? Yeah. That's a great story. I was thrilled when I heard that. So all this stuff, Ron that you're exposed to as a kid, and your book, sorta tell John use. Way that cut that out. Wait a minute. Let's go back a bit in, in history. Benjamin Franklin dated. But it never went anywhere 'cause he was always on fucking. Right. By the way, what you told me on the phone about a stair was interesting that you asked him who he thought the best answer? Was that a apart from himself surprise answered his, his stead answer was, you know, you can't you can't take a who's the champion dancer, like who's the greatest baseball because there are a lot of great played a lot of great dancers, and, you know, Bobby van was a great dancer, and Gene Kelly. But finally, when he said fuck, Gene Kelly. Yeah. Well enough. So we didn't have to go through the ritual of being accepting of everybody. Tastic. Meet mine zero mostel us to do something about opera singers when he was senior, most Steffi, and he had a guy Phillies who is an actor blacklisted from Bill. Yeah. He say interview me I'm senior most steady. So he would say, please send your a what do you think about the following opera? Singers, federal, she'll tell via pig. You'll see barely pig. He said, Robert Merrill, bed at all. Yeah. A little opera background in his last day was days. Worse on ally mcbeal, who was phili- Phillies lately. I think he played Hank Kingsley's agent on the Larry Sanders did, that's right. And it was famous during the blacklist he's being interviewed in front of the house in American. I've tended activities committee Senator McCarron said, all right. Mr. leads you keep denying your -ffiliated with fellow travelers? But if it walks like duck and it quacks like a doc, and it looks like dot and fills his all stop you right there. I'm not a duck. I'm a swan. Held him in contempt for that. Damn. I wanna talk to keep trying to talk about the book Ron, please do Gilbert, interrupts me to ask you about Carol, Wayne, and who your favorite anti-semites. Semites. Certainly. Wayne did the American Naci party? One of those shows they tried. But you are, you are reading comic books you were you were reading pulps you reading comic strips. And this is what you're sort of your first step toward becoming a writer, and a storyteller. It really was because I was so thrilled to be able to escape the confines of Witton West Virginia and the prospect of being bombarded in the winter with snow balls that had been turned to ice. And inside of each snowball was a piece of jagged mill slag. Oh, so that when the ball snowball hit you it exploded, and the piece of sharp slag with cut, whatever you had on if it didn't cut you. So this is one of the Christmas specials that my brother, and I always ran from, but I shouldn't tell you this. My mother was a fanatic about medicine. She loved doctors. And so she always slept, my brother and meet the doctors and she invented problems that we didn't have. Remember, never forget this when I'm like six and my no, it was five and my brothers three and she takes us to a gland specialist and he strips us and stands us on his desk. And he looks very solemn. And he says to my mother, their testicles have not descended. You're five or six to stand up and hang testicle hits the stem bang the other testicle hits. And then, you know, you're okay. On the subject of this. How did you avoid beatings and bullying growing up in cost? I'm so cool. It was the wardrobe that got them. Plaid shirts. He grew up in Coney Island. I mean it was, you know, it was a different a different mix. It was Coney Island crown heights. Yeah. It's hey, antisemites show up everywhere always had to feeling that. If I were a an explorer of the galaxy wherever I land, I'd see a sign, no Jews or dogs. Yes, you didn't under this was fun to me or interesting to me. You said you didn't understand why why Nazis were depicted as evil in the comic books, but not Germans. Yes. I did you elaborate on that? Yeah, it was one of those things that made me think how easy it is to learn to hate. In fact, it's one of the simplest lessons to pick up, so in comic books, the Nazis were bad, but the Germans were okay. And yet, the Japanese were all mad good Japanese. And I thought just the law of numbers, you know, couple million Japanese or have to be at least two good guys Sheki and Dwight you know. And it began to make me aware of how readily hatred can be passed onto enquiring young minds that are just looking to escape in a four color universe of fun and games. And the example using my book as the book, little black Sambo, every little kid had that book or somebody read it to him, and it was about a little black boy, who's caught up in a palm tree, while Tigers are running around, because they want to eat him. And the more they run around, they finally turned into melted, butter and syrup for his pancakes. But the idea that, that little black Sambo was okay. So I ask in my book, and I ask myself, what if a book was little Jew Sheki? How would I feel about that? And I don't know what would be running around under the tree. I guess process servers personal injury. Lawyers. And, and then keep going until you pledge to Israel. But whatever it was I it just it just made me aware of I could have been turned into an anti something or other very quickly, if I didn't question it. Yeah. And this is something that bothers, you your whole life because we're talking on the phone about when you got some meat TIMMY, Rogers, yes and Lee and Scotman Cruthers and other guy, you befriended and obviously with something you fought against your whole life. Something that made you sick, the way these people were treated in did by the business as well. Absolute the general population, you bet. We'll show business is not an exemplar of human conduct as the Quayle who fucked caraway. We'll tell. Callback. You don't get questions like that. In nuclear science. You don't get close. In june. In physics and mathematics. I wonder who Hines Steiner's fucking. Nobody gave a shit. That's not what it's about business. That's the first order first quarter. We'll talk later about about TIMMY, Rogers and like guy heard there were like black performers who had have really beautiful expensive cars, because they were successes, but no place to park, the car. I've heard that too. I've heard that too doormen wouldn't take it. Yeah. What breaks your heart to is that story about Hattie McDaniel winning the Oscar? Yes. In nineteen thirty nine and having to Wade out in the kitchen, which she couldn't sit in the main room, isn't it? It is sickening. Well, I was happy to hear the Jack Benny would not play anywhere. We're Rochester, couldn't stay in the same hotel. Yes. I'd heard that. And also Sinatra was Sammy would not appear if there was any of that crap. But it, it took people have courage, who had some stature, and the willingness to put their into stick their neck out, and that remains to be true, and today, of course, there's such ferocity and immediate response on the negative side that it's really like somebody's trying to unwind history. And go back to those good old days, which, you know, where the German American bund was all over New York City and the slogan of jerem German American bund was of. George Washington had been here. Now, he would have been a bund member. So it credible. It could always come again. I believe that me too. So how does a kid who escapes into all this stuff? Who's reading comic book now. Did he goes? He never touched her. Caroline raids Carol, Wayne have firm round boons. Good. I'm glad she's getting the attention. She deserved. Poor thing. Short life. You know she died tragically. Yes. Oh, that's right. Drowned. Yeah. Oh my God. Yeah, there's another bit for your act Gilbert. Tate BUSTER Crabb fuck. Oh. Fash gordon. He was all idle. There you go. Yes. Lovely guide. Chuck McCann made a movie. Starring BUSTER Crabb. Sure. And I don't know if you've ever seen the movie, but projectionist that no, this was an all the other one. The it's. One of the producers, where are going. Make a movie with an old action star the comeback trail. That's it. And they sure his life. So what they do is they figure he's so weak and ill that they'll put all of these stunts in front of him. And he'll die performing them and BUSTER Crabb plays this character. And in the course of the movie, of course, he gets really buff and strong, and they can't kill him. But the movie kept running out of money, so there are plenty of scenes when Chuck McCain gets in a cab, and he's thirty eight and he gets out and he's fifty nine. And you just have to be willing to go with that. Was that her Harry Hurwitz, the same guy that made the projectionist? I think it was, I think it was and you got to know Chuck a little bit. I know he played Ben Grimm in the fence was sweet. We had him on here. Terrific guy, lovely guy. Yeah. I love how Ron know so many people that he's able to take everyone of your perverse, requests. A winning an and. Buster cramped story. And he did so much for Israel. I don't know what exactly. Stor crab. I heard made a fortune selling those like rubber t-shirts really. I would like cold. You know what you mean? Well, obviously, that's why couldn't fuck away. Allergy. I'm going to get back to the book, if it kills me, Ron lease. Do funny stories here we, we can keep Gilbert, entertained for a moment. You gotta tell them the Jackie Vernon. Lenny, Bruce story. Working for Jackie Vernon. And he told me a story, which he later told on Joe Franklin or some other one of these shows that nobody sees unless they have insomnia and their rat, right before the last rites are performed. Anyway, he said, I'm rooming with Lenny, Bruce. He said they one of us has a gig. He says, we're starving and Lenny says listen I got I got an idea how much money you got. Jackie he said, I like a dollar seventy. He's have about the same. That's three forty three fifty. He's, here's what we do we go to the butcher store, and we get a big knock worst. He says you put it in your pants. We go to a Chinese restaurant. We have the ten course feast, he said, the Chinese day, hate gay guys. They hate Fags, so the minute we finished the dinner, you get under the table and you I'll put the knock worse, between my knees and you go down and suck than awkward. They'll see it. They'll throw us out. We won't have to pay a dime. So he said, we did this, and then I got a gig and I said, okay, Lenny, now, we don't have to do this anymore. And he said, oh. Eight the knock where six weeks ago. Let's do a little of your Jackie Vernon for run promise them. Who some slow? My. Thrown the quick. Here. We all from the waist up. The bunch of Hudson, rope. Pretty good. Very good. Not bad death of his uncle was awared guy. Oh, how did that one go buying cherry pie? The automatic the little door came down on the back of his neck. Loves yacky Vernon. This'll how does it kid as I was starting to say who grew up on all this? I heard Jackie Vernon you still love to drop his pants in public. I never do that. Yeah. Someone who worked with him said he'd walk around, like a supermarket and go to woman who standing in the aisle somewhere and he suck his stomaching and that would make pants. It's no it's no pudding. Roles coins in your pocket. He go. Oh, sewri. Surprising. That's an element of his character. I was unaware of interesting. I thought it was just McCormick and devil Chamberlain and I met Jackie Vernon. And he's folks curl. Somebody had to he's not going to let it go run. No, I. Gilbert, commits. And should be. So how did you decide to become an architect? This is what this is what throws me about your, your life story is you're obviously a storyteller from very young age. You're obviously fascinated by this world and telling stories as an architect used to get in trouble. Yeah. Imagine example of very nervous guy asked did did the steel arrive the building. I said, yeah, but it's all bent out of shape. It's all sort of curlicue. He grabbed his heart and had a heart attack right there. Holy shit yet. And I'm trying to explain it was a joke. I'm kidding. It's okay. It's okay. Tell you how I knew I had to stop being an architect. Yeah, I get a call. The woman says is this Friedman fantastic architect. No, no. You have the wrong number. She says, not so fast. I'm giving you call to blonde. She you should do the less void in modern. I'm not gonna interfere. I'm not gonna make up plus wants us to do something that is absolutely within what you feel is your best aesthetic artistic, and she says, I have a half acre Shenley far it's beautiful. You come and we'll talk. So I go there there's a woman with blue hair and pedal pushers. And she says, Jake, it's the architect. Jake is reading their forwards, and he goes, wow. Wow. She says pay him no mind. These old fashioned he doesn't know she takes me into a room. She says, I'm not going to dictate but I would like an occasional piece in the living room. And I have these clippings from home and garden theater in stream you should look, I said, no, no, I'm not interested. I'm not she's. All right. I'm backing off. You're going to do, but you wish I just have one definite, you'd have to give me. I said, what's that? She says should be a ranch style house. I said, you mean one story she says, yes with a circular staircase? A said. One story house circular staircase. Do you wanna go up to the roof and she says, no, I'm afraid of heights? I said, what's where's the circular staircase go? She says no place. But when we have parties, I'll get a girl invite us stand at the bottom, it'll look terrific. That was it for you. Commission. I should've taken it was from the gods. Now I gotta ask you and this, I spoke to you the last time. But my favorite episode of Charlie's angels haste, where thing kidnap Sammy Davis junior. It's episode. Yes, it saving Davis as Sammy Davis. And, but in a dual role because he's also her bear, the grocery store on. Yes. I forget what he had a car dealership or something, but he said they have the wrong man. I'm tired of being confused with that no talent skinny idiot. So I checked it over with him. I says he if he would do it and the Aaron spelling put us together. So I was very happy to write that for Sammy. Very hey and bed had a double. They every show back then every Cup show had a joke ending. They did absolutely this one had to jokes. That's what stands out like they're all together in the room when they solved them they captured the kidnappers. Yes and, and say me as Herbert goes Amna, coolest guy in this room, and say me in a non threatening Blackfish, does the fist and goes right on Sammy right right on Herbert and, and you figure that's enough. They already had the and then they come back and the angels are in their office. And Herbert shows up and goes, hey, we're only going to an opening, and they go, what? Oh, they're all excited and it goes an opening of no groceries. And I thought this is an baris- -ment of riches. And they'll wonderful Patty Duke, double screen had not let this be my epitaph Gilbert. Remembers Charlie's angels episode vividly better than I do. What's your pal Aaron spelling you like what did you like to say about Aaron spelling by loved Aaron spelling because Aaron love me, and there was not a guy who needed to fool around with material, if it was right? And it worked, he says, we're shooting this baby. And we did any bought your house, you like to say he did absolutely one. Some over there. He calls me eleven o'clock at night. He says the script just fell apart. I need a two hour starts. We're going to reading Tuesday can you come over so I went over, and he has a police car always parked there, which was a s p police PD that was Aaron spelling productions PD because he was always nervous about home invasion. So I said to him, you know, Erin, my mother's coming to visit. But my house is shabby compared to yours. Would you mind? If I pretended that this was my house. He said, I better check with candy. I. His wife, so we checks nieces, it'll be all right. When is she coming, but I killed the deal can do it now he was gonna fuck caraway night didn't. Right. While Gilbert tries to remember, who our guest is. And what's your name? Few words from our sponsor. Guys, remember the days when you are always ready to go. Now, you can increase your pro forma, n't and get that extra confidence in bed with blue shoe dot com. Blue juke brings you the first Jewish both with the same FDA approved active ingredient as by Agra and Seattle. 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How does your mom react when you said you were gonna leave architecture to, to write stories for a living, she was a it was a bold stroke? You had no rich relations you had no nest egg. You had. No connections in the business euro-. Well, my mother took it the way my mother would took it. She says congratulations. Good luck with your new knife night life. And before you go stop in the kitchen and get me a knife. I'm gonna put it in my heart 'cause on ever. Did she stick around long enough to she shoves did because we're telling stories so she saw your she saw your success? She did good. But my mother never quite accepted it because we had it to the house, and we're having some caviar. And she says from Kansas reading. Well, but you were making dice living as an architect and Pittsburgh. So it was a risk. It was vigorous role this aside. And, and at what twenty nine twenty nine still at the time it felt logical, but I'm sure that's what every serial killer says, too. Pretty ballsy just seemed like the thing to do. And I it, it just felt right? And I found through the years when I go with that feeling I'm going to do okay. What happened? I when you got to the when you know, you took the place in Brooklyn, and was it was was Shelley Berman, a turning point where you writing for people right away. Shelley was the turning point in Pittsburgh, because I was working seven days a week as the chief designer and field supervisor of, of a medium, Pittsburgh architectural firm, I had my own practice and I couldn't clear ten grand a year. And I thought I'm never going to get my kids educated if I can't clear that much. So I thought why no night, just get into writing because that'll be cornucopia of money ridiculous. But that just seemed like I'll give it a shot, right? So I sold my practice. Well, what I did. I is a called Shelley Berman who is playing the vogue terrace in Pittsburgh, which for Pittsburgh was a classy nightclub classy. They were toilets for ladies and you know, it was it was a reasonable experience. So anyway, I'd met him in summer stock, and I call them and reminded him to make him believe he remembered me, and I said, I can write for you said, mach, Novi can right from it, you can't write from me. I write for me. I'm me. I said, well, why don't you just look, will you look he says, I write here's my address semi something. So I wrote some stuff and send it to him. But four weeks later, he calls up an ec- monkey can do this yet. Come to New York. I'm doing I'm doing the Perry. Komo's show get you an agent see at the komo's show, so I made arrangements I go to New York, I go to the komo's show and they're Shelley Shelly Ron Friedman from Pittsburgh. He says, I'm having a nervous breakdown. I'm going to Jamaica. I can't fake to you. I said, I came in from Pittsburgh. He said it will be there when you return. Changing my life. He says, I I'm going to Jamaica so anyway, my fraternity, brother. Gary Smith was the scene designer for the KOMO show. Harry smith. And he said, did you bring any material with you? I says, yeah, I wrote about five pounds of stuff. He said, let me give it to Goodman ace who is the head writer of the KOMO show. So I gave it to Goodman ace who was a legendary radio writer and a damn good period. And I sat around with Gary, I think took me to lunch and I came back and good Manet, says, I registered come with me, and he takes me to the writer's room. And he said, if any of these Jews dial hire you. I don't have any money in the budget. He's about calling Larry are back at the William Moore's law office. I'll tell you decide you right away. And then he'll sign you saw over to see Larry are back and he says, good. He says you're great, so you must be terrific. He says, but you have to come to New York, you can't write can't write from Pittsburgh. Nobody writes from Pittsburgh. So took me about a year sold my practice eleven dollars went to New York and wanted to write plays and, and movies. And they said, no, you're you're going to write for stand up, and that, that's how it began. Yeah. I mean it happened pretty fast for you. All things considered. It really did in the first the first three or four months it was very difficult. Nothing happened. And then I finished that year making ten times what I'd ever made my best year as an architect nice, and you didn't know this, too. I read the book you dabbled in stand up yourself, I, I had to because many of the comics would read what I gave him and they said, it's not funny. Said it's funny, they say you do it, so I do it I'd get laughs and they'd have to pay me. What? So you were just doing one liner material. I was doing the act. I wrote for the actor the for them. So TIMMY, Rogers was one of the first guys, one of the first. Okay. And can you perform the line, he would say after every one outfaced punch lines TIMMY, yeah. I know it wasn't my issue mama. That was Sammy. Yeah. I wasn't no. Oh, yeah. Mr. Oh, yeah, exactly. Mr. hall, Yam Mr. no. Yes, after every joke you'd go. Oh, yeah. Yeah. You're right. Absolutely right. And he said, they say that money, Cam, buy happiness. Now, people like Bob Hope fan of hilts, being crows be, and Ella Fitzgerald. Do you think that happy? Oh. Neighborhood in my neighborhood. There was no heat. There were no windows. No bless into window, panes. He said the plumbing did not work, and there was nothing to eat, and then to depression came. His name is a bunch of times on this show. He was rally, and he'd open and close with everybody wants go to heaven. Nobody wants to that was that was one of his big songs. The other one was flawed Jalappa. Oh, yeah. Baby flaws you up of large lump is her name matter in flaw awebber in laws with jaw flaw. Whatever the hell it was. So you and you would do the material to prove to these people that the material would work. Yes. It was TIMMY, one of them. Or did he buy in? No, no, TIMMY, was a big fan of mine. And right. I never did a an act for him until he really had some money in. That was to do an album, if I were president, when he would be the first black president. And it was a great cast was ruby. Dee Ossie Davis. Hell frommer stump from stumping stumping. He was the first black act to do white carbons and Sammy stole that from from Hal. Wow. He was just fantastic. So now you're stumping stumping were like the black Martin and Lewis. Yeah. That they, they were really funny, wild and funny. Yeah. So you're doing stand up now to prove to these some of these clients that the material works. Yes, other cases they're buying in. They're buying out there buying material outright. I was I was desperate, I had to do it. I you know, I put everything on the line. So I was normally kind of reserved guy was an architect architects. Don't go up and say, hey, did you hear about this doorbell rings in whorehouse Madam door, Dina basket? No arms. And no legs. She says, what are we going to do with you? Is that I rang the bell? Did I? Frank Lloyd Wright never bothered with that shit. Hey use that one. Party. I am very good. Yes. Perfect with your. They grow who, who were some of the other comics some of the other performers that you're writing for at this period. Oh, God have to fake Corbett, Monica, Monica. Jackie Kahin Jackie, hey, we don't. Trying to think hard now God. Jimmy Cazenove Jimmy Cazenove Bill Persky wrote for Jimmy Cazenove when he was starting up Persky and done off. Yep. Yeah. One of the most interesting one was an heiress Dame Nell Webster. She was a lovely girl, and she inherited unbelievable fortune. But her dream was to be a standup comic. Oh. So when I've met her, I said, get over this dream. They're insane. You, you do not need to go to these toilets and show them, you're funny, and she says, no. And I want to be funny and I want to be clever, and you're clever, and you'll make me funny and clever. So anyway, I, I wrote an act for her and she says, I'm, I'm I mean, Erie, Pennsylvania, would you come down and watch the act? So I had to do it because she was nice. The opening act was dock, sir. See anybody remember, doc sie officer Siegel? No. Well, he was a large guy in a tuxedo, and he had a padlock on his fly. And he came out singing, what is the number calypso. What is the number and people would yell sixty nine he'd ignore it until he heard like forty other numbers and then sixty nine was the number you'd open his Pavlak and take out his deck that was his act. I've written material for client, and she's going to follow this. Sox earthy and his padlock. Yeah. BS Polian, HSA Gump. The police, don't why never happened to this girl. I don't know if she was lovely person. I hope she found another calling. I'm sure she must have. How did you make the transition from, from writing for these performers in toilets, as you like to describe them into television? Well, the first television job, I got was writing for, for car fifty four. Where are you? Yeah. Gobert old pre I love that. Oh I did too. And I particularly like the Fred. Fred Gwynne, Fred, Gwynne, just a lovely guy. Very good artist as well. And Joey Ross was his co star. So I'm in there with George foster, who is a very good writer, who was doing a script with me. He's, you know, he liked me and he says, come on, we're going to do a script for this show. So men there with net. Hiking hiking secretary comes in. She says, NAT Joey Joey's here, I guess is divorce is final. So NATs is going to call them in, but I want to give you a little heads up on him. He says, you know, Joey always Mary's hookers, so many divorces them. And this probably be number five or six so be ready. So joy comes in who you know that was his act. Sure I got a dog a Mexican spits in Europe. So. Any NAT said, you got a divorce. I hear your divorce vices Yay says, but I figured out, you know, he's I being married to a Hooker, like being married to a doctor. She would get calls in the middle of the night. She had to go. I mean this is. But I figured out he said it was a bargain. That's what do you mean a bargain. He says, well, I figured out how many times I fucked and I was fucking for fifteen dollars. She charges fifty. Ahead of the game. Yes, you're not, you know, this famous story where I think I don't know if it was Johnson. And johnson. There with this. They were the sponsors and the sponsors. Stop by the set of car. Fifty four can't Garrett told us that story. Yeah, it was on. Yeah I heard it a few times. And, and it's like they were walking. They said hallowed Ola case, the ho- cash shook the hands and pose for pictures and they passed by Joey roses dressing room. He was there with the door open shirking off. Well self expression is what is that car? Fifty four episode, never aired and never the show was cancelled the show is cans, I heard that hike and said he doesn't know if he's doing another show or not. But if he does, it's not to have Joey Rawson it. Yes. Yeah. But the other great things said about, Joey Ross is he came in eating a sandwich, and it was horrible watch. And when he lived when he lived hike can said, he's great with dry food. Okay. So the carpet for episode doesn't air because the show gets cancelled. So what's the what's the sort of the breakthrough credit? I wish breakthrough moment in television. I mean you you're IMDB page. And you and I were talking about this on the phone, and you said a lot of it is not here. Yes. That is it it's only a partial list read. One of them was the Jerry Lester show, of course, the first thing they have you on. They have you here for as the Jerry Lester show in the victim Borge show, both in sixty three yet that sound right travel ably. I can't remember but Victor was a great guy, we really got along terrifically. Well, and the summit of had great moments with Victor, he'd call from any place in the world. And, you know, I need I need a joke for stood guard. And of course German jokes. I mean, what could be simpler? But I got to know him pretty well. And I asked him Victor when you were brought here because, you know, like all the Jewish Danes they were evacuated. They would take into safety. I said, did you speak English? He said, no, he said, I only spoke Russian French, and Dutch, German Yiddish, but they went on with, like fifteen other languages, but it didn't talk English. I wo-. How did you learn English? He says, well, one of the first places I stayed was like the Danish seamans rest it was. Oh, tell for Danish. Norwegian seamen, and it was near forty second street. He said like go in and see movies watch movies all day for ten cents. He said, so I was learning English by watching movies until a friend of mine says Victor, you can't watch the movies anymore. And I said, why not he says you sound like a gangster? He was. George. Testing. So how did you get to The Danny Kaye show? Was that the Vaughn meader thing that you were writing that was in? Yeah. The live on meter show, but the, the one meter after Kennedy was assassinated said, what am I going to do? Now, I said, you'll wait, six months. All right. You knew act. So that's what happened. It was at the Blue Angel. And of course, because Kennedy was beloved and von leader was equally. So as Kennedy surrogate, the place was mobbed with all media. I mean magazines even the Reader's Digest was there. I mean, it was unbelievable and jammed and Shelley Berman shows up into tuxedo to introduce me because I'm his discovery then introduce von and then vaunted the act and all of the reviews were the same that the act was was brilliant that the material was brilliant. But von was an indifferent performer, and Danny Kaye was at that show with Perry lafferty about that. And said you're coming to California, I said, under no circumstances. I hate California, but he made me. An offer I had to go, and then I it, it sort of all comes from that it all stems from getting that Danny Kaye show. I guess, and I heard we've heard from a couple of guests that Danny Kaye was approved. He could be absolutely. But he, he liked me. I still don't know why I think it was. Because Perry lafferty says tell them about Frank Lloyd Wright. The first time sitting in a meeting with Danny, and I had to tell my Frank Lloyd Wright story, and that impressed Danny because he took me aside afterward. And he said that little prick was an anti Semite. Yeah. He was. It was kind of a half ass bond. But we're playing word associations with Danny one day stops into annoy the writers playing word salt pepper black white. Somebody said mother Danny said gas chamber. Mothers should be cast. Wow. Yeah. Dark guy Danny Kaye. He could be. Yeah. Yeah. Well, you know, we've had as I said you on the phone. We've had two hundred of these shows and we've had people who disliked Anne tremendously like Jamie. Farr Bernie Copello. And then we had Joyce in here Joyce fan patent very much. He loves Joyce, and he he he liked me again. Who knows why but I was grateful that he did. Yeah. The two people, we've got nothing but bad reviews. Well, say Danny Kaye, and Joey Bishop. Yes. So, yeah, Joey was difficult. Let's put it that way. That's the word now. That's the show. Did you work with Joey Bishop? He was a guest on a Chevrolet special that I wrote and had no problem with them. He did all the material. He was happy with it. Never got that. Yeah. So how that happens. I don't know. But I'm looking at these credits. The Danny Kaye show in sixty four love on a rooftop. We talked about Gilligan's island. Yep. He got to know Bob Denver pretty well. Did I know I knew him pretty well because he had been on max Schulman's the secret loves of. And max Schulman was a good friend. So the fact that I know max when Bob Denver played Maynard, G Krebs, the beatnik. Yes. So he, he was immediately responsive because of the max connection. So what was he like Bob? Yeah. Very sweet guy. Usually stoned. He liked his cannabis. Yeah. Lovely guy now. I heard that Marianne to deliver cannabis to I mean real life it's entirely possible. I, I don't know about the dark side of show business. Gilbert. What about The Danny Thomas block party in nineteen? Sixty seven did you like working with, Danny? I only barely worked with him. I worked with him ju just enough for him to show me, his gun. Perfect. I heard about this is Roscoe. And if you mess with me. You're gonna meet Roscoe. Wow. I heard some director was working with, Danny Kaye and not tanning Kate anytime it's some directors working with Danny Thomas. Danny Thomas would chew tobacco and spit and fit would go past the stricter. And he said, would you stop that and Danny? Thomas took out his gun and placed it on the table. Like, and he said, this is so I don't have to move do anything. Well, once things are explained. It's a lot of. Yes. Yeah. We've heard that from several people. No, I yeah. Luckily I know nothing about about now. Now, what else have you heard about any time? Don't take the bate run. No, it's just him and kill way. I know. Let me try to get back to the book, even though Gilbert will fight me at every turn. The. The book is called. I killed Optimus prime and famous Jimmy. Yes. So sumi. Yeah. Oh, so Sumi. Yeah. And you did kill Optimus prime transformers movie because Hasbro so demanded. Yes, they did. Yeah. And I told them they'd have to replace him with the ninety days and they said, absolutely not. But they did you don't just kill big daddy. You know you don't kill Odin. If you're doing Norse mythology you don't kill if you're doing Greek mythology. You don't kill Optimus prime if you're doing transforms mythology, but you so you put up a fight, but it's a fight you lost were paying me. I'm. Yes. So it follows you around a bit people some fans well for care for the decision for years. People would stop me on the street, and they would say you son of a bitch. I was six years old. I went into c- transformers the movie and you killed Optimus prime. Would you please sign my underwear? For years. Makes it good hook for a book, though, run. It was absolutely. Needed to be written. Absolutely. And I should say that the book is also filled with stories anecdotes, some of the actors that were referring to also this. There's some writing to'real cz. Yes, there's some good stuff about how to write a script stories could be hopeful, which is valuable and some comedy pieces original comedy. What do you think are some of the biggest mistakes in writing movies and TV right? Is make one of them is trying to write for the ages. When I first began writing I figured would Shakespeare approve of this sentence, and he wouldn't have. So I'm stuck trying to be great. And the answer is don't get stuck trying to be great. Just try to express yourself as clearly as you possibly can and try to be as honest and familiar with what you're doing so that people. Can relate to it. Immediately of had a lot of students over the years because I taught screenwriting at USC for almost eighteen years, teaching at fifteen years at Chapman, university, Phillip school and many writers will say I'm going to write something that is so unique, so different so groundbreaking that's I would say, great who the fuck is going to know what it is. There's the touchstone of storytelling is the family because everybody understands what a family is stressed that in the book, because it's true. That's how we relate to the world, the idea of family and story. Go together, everybody understands a crazy uncle who moons the school bus everybody understands the old aunt, who thinks that she still looks terrific and has always trying to show the tits. Everybody understands the mean stepfather or the nasty uncle or the crazy crazy. Nephew, who will never straight not. He's always going to be twelve years old, even if he's eighty eight everyone understands this, and when we understand in recognized the humanity, the familiarity, the family Ness of characters we're home. We'll watch anything. It doesn't matter if it's on Mars or under the water, or in twelve feet of Meatloaf, if we recognize the Uman's, we get it, we go with it, we're home free, but you use use classic examples. Classic storytelling. There was vase. Yep. As an example, or Star Wars. Yes, exactly. People playing familial roles. And when you recognize that you can deal with surrogate families. I mean every cop show is a surrogate family as is every medical show, as is every law show as every space opera it's about the family members Chewbacca. We get it. That's uncle Shmuel. Bacher another thing that I think, writers have to fight as you know, all of us grow up on movies and TV so there are certain ways that people talk and act that is just the way they talk and act and movies and TV. Absolutely right. Absolutely right. And that is that's often stilted and feels phony, and what it is, is the audience sort of recognizes that these aren't you in being talking to each other. These people lecturing me on plot points, which is now that, you know, this, I'm going to show you that. So when this comes back in the next scene, you'll recognize it, it came right out of my ass. And it's not really a relic from the Smithsonian. And this is this is something that plagues beginning writers where what they do is they write about things rather than right? The things. And they write dialogue that is about the plot points and the things that they're trying to plant, and it doesn't feel like real people talking well, one of my all time favorites always talk about this is in beyond the sea with Kevin Spacey. Oh, the Bobby, Darin? And Bobby Darrin says to his manager John Goodman. You know, I'm nowhere. My career is nowhere and, and John Goodman, I feel bad for. Because he goes, what are you kidding me? Bobby nineteen sixty four you. You know performer of the year in Vegas. You've got seven platinum albums you are nominated for an Academy Award for Dr Newman. He real list exactly exactly exhibition. And on the next page, I will tell you how much you weighed at your last birthday. It's exactly bad writing, and they had a TV movie with a guy playing Robin Williams. We're supposed to be there with Robert Evans, and he goes, and he goes, oh, how you doing Robin, and he goes, I'm doing great. I'm doing the movie Popeye with the esteem Turkic to Robert Dole. And here I am sitting in Malta with you, the producer of the godfather. Venables. Mrs met is social engagements. By god. Yes, you talk about a lot of that stuff in the book, but also your your own journey from making the transition from writing for performers to writing for television, and then having to try to get away from the typecasting of being a comedy guy. Yep. Trying to make the transition into our longs. Well they always talk about the glass ceiling for women. It was a cast iron ceiling in show business where you're typecast, you know, so if you play a corpse, who's from outer space, that's what you do. You cannot do anything else. And if you wrote for stand up, that's what you do. You're right material. If you wrote sketch, comedy and variety. That's what you, do you can't write half you, right? Half hour. You can't write drama. If you read drama hour drama, you can't write a movie. It's ridiculous. So you're always battling that always, yeah. And yet you manage to break through in every. Every genre. Well every every every format I hope so. And the next one is Broadway. I have a play now that hopefully we'll do that. Oh, good. Oh, good. And tell us about working for Chico and the man. Did that come from? Calvert sprints. I really love prince, and Freddie, really loved my work. And in fact, he told Jimmy COMEX, I want Ron to write all the scripts from now on and COMEX was furious. All Jimmy was generally a friend, but Freddie, really liked what I did. And so the story editor Mike Morris used to come in with challenges for me to see if I could screw up. So he said, this one, I want the Jack Albertson to do act one and Freddie, to do act to that's it the other actor, they have no scenes, they have seeds together, but it's a, a monologue for each one of them. So I did that and it worked great great, and Jimmy was pissed off that it work, but Freddie was just a wonderful guy. I really, I really liked Freddie a lot. He was a brilliant dancer, by the way, wonderful musician, and I watched him kill himself with coke. Cain, and the I called an executive NBC, and I said you're going to have to shutdown Chico for a while and get Freddie clean because he's going to kill himself. I just sees shoving cocaine up. No. They said that's not your concern. That's the producers concerned in the producer has things. Well in hand and stay out of it. Well and just I watched him kill himself, and it was was horrible to watch just horrible because he was really funny. Really brilliant. And a nice kid. I've probably had a really big career ahead of him. He did. Yeah. Where'd you pull that one out Gilbert? Yeah. She tell us about. Jack Albertson Jack. Jack was great. Because Jack was a real pro and real pros as you know, really know what it is. They do and they know how to do what they do, and they know when you know what you're doing or not. And so to be accepted by Jack as somebody who knew what he was doing was always great for me. And when I got that kind of response from a lot of outstanding professionals it made me feel really good. Because I know it's not Matic. You really have to learn it. You have to feel it and you have to understand it. And that's when the artistry comes when you're stuck something isn't working. What do you do? Where do you go? How do you fix it? If you're a pro, you'll find a way and you don't leave anybody on the beach when you do it, you bring them along with you. And, and that was great with Jack because Jack really, really knew where it was where it was happening how to make it happen. And I saw him do. The subject was roses on Broadway. He was terrific and that, so it didn't matter what the job was he? He understood a new and, you know, Gilbert, you know exactly what you do. And how you do it. You know, went to do it, and to what extent and I said, before when we first met that you really commit to the material, which a lot of people can't, and don't and to me, they're, they're not professional, if they don't commit to the material. About that guilt. Oh, wow. His problem is trying to be too good. Run. Knows right. As those right as you were talking about. Give back talking about performer, Jack Albertson who was fun and easy and a professional and, and going in the opposite direction. Tell us tell us about Shelley winters you. Did you did a punch on Minnie's boys? I did my LeBron my dear friend director Stanley Prager stars Prager. Great guy, he was did The Danny Kaye show directed at briefly, and Danny decided he wanted to go with a choreographer not Stanley. Anyway, stand got the job of picking up replacing a director on Minnie's boys, which was the story to March brothers. Starring Shelley winters as many marks, you bet. So I got a call from Sasha, and he says get here immediately. This show is not making it. It's terrible having all kinds of problems come in right away. See the show. I got your tickets down front, and you'll see what we're up against anyway. He also said, by the way, Shelley comes out in a rabbit suit because they. Do in number when many marks and Marx brothers are younger in the March. Brothers addressed in bunny, suits, and she's wearing a rabbit suit, but she's a nervous eater. And this has been in preview, so many times, she's put on eighty pounds. You've got like mine rabbit suits. The problem is she has a week singing voice, so to suits are miked. So. Sitting in row. Three and the orchestra behind two rows of young tall motive would MIR Long Island. Party. Guys wearing Shrem. Lls. With long sideburns in their seven ideal. The crowd. As she comes out, and she singing in the rabbit, suit mama ram boat. She's farting. And a woman in fronts up says to her husband, verses doors. Feedback. Where? Loose statler junior was playing grad show. Fabulous. So did a rewrite featuring him as the star of the show narrating, and it was a hell of a good rewrite and stand prayers as this is great. He says, but the producer thinks it's Shelley show he'll never never accept this. But we're going to use the changes you made and he says, but there's going to be an actors equity meeting on stage. You might as well stay for that. The equity meeting was the cast was up in arms because Shelly was unprofessional. She was showing up late. She didn't know align. She was drifting away, and they wanted to go out, walk out in protest and role in winters was the equity deputy, and he said, please, please, there's nothing wrong with Shelly that can't be fixed by taxidermy. Result was everybody laughed by killing they kept showing up. That's a great story. Now. We're Roland winters. He was one of the Charlie. Yeah. That's, that's what Frank said he'd probably was, but he was flows field. So I was can you tell Gilbert, the and our listeners what you told me about your friend? Tony randall. Oh, yeah. Tony I love. Tony. And I love Jack they really they were difficult guys. But they were really great individuals unique characters. And one of the things that Tony love to do was go to the climax theater, which was a porn movie theater. This was a sexual revolution was just coming to the fore, where they had these porn movie theaters. So the climax was near paramount, and I said, Tony, Tony, aren't you worried that somebody's going to say I saw Tony Randall in the climate? He says, oh, no, there's so many more important people than I are here they wouldn't dare. Wrote some great odd. Couple up associates to Ron love doing 'cause I like Jack and Tony a lot. And they were very responsive. Yeah. We could go up and down this list like we did last time. I'm trying to I'm trying to pick out some goodies here. Tell us again. I'm curious what are the I don't wanna upset your wife who's sitting there next to you? But what exactly I'm won't put this question on my resume. What are the circumstances, the exact circumstances surrounding Pat? Mccormick defiling Jonathan winters swimming pool. God, I I wasn't there. I, I. On this one. Yeah. So I I don't wanna talk about it because I wasn't there and there are people who were there that take this very seriously that it is their story. Okay. You know. So I it's unusual when people are fighting over turned in the pool, but. We'll tell us since the last time, we spoke, you lost a very good friend, and that was the, the great Stanley. Oh, yeah. Tell it. Tell us something about STAN. Well, STAN was a wonderful friend, and a great guy, and we became good friends almost immediately. Lee Mendelson who produced peanuts and the Garfield introduced us, and we just started talking right away, and it was easy and comfortable, and stand, of course, I admired what he had done with Spiderman and all of his characters. Sure, we're superior. Because he recognized that like the pantheon of gods in mythology. If the gods have feet of clay, or various other human Fraley frailties. They become more important more significant, you know, it took a while for superman to invent crypt on because otherwise it's just who's all going to beat the shit out of this week, you know, it doesn't matter that here at comes, it's okay. I got it. Well, that was his genius wasn't among other things realizing they had to have Homer abilities. It really was, and he was a genius, and he was always a shamed of himself for not having written, the great American novel. And a lot of people didn't understand this. About stand. Stan was child of the depression, and he was always afraid he was going to lose his job. He really was in fear of that, all of his success with the fact that he was an indelible icon himself and couldn't be replaced. He was still fearful about losing his job. And I watched some people that he worked for that I worked for as well treated him. Shabbily really as much as saying, well, you know, you do comic strips we do movies, and I hated that because there was a kind of sendoff for STAN at the Chinese theater, when a lot of these looked like a comic con convention. Really? But a lot of those people that he had worked for that when out of their way to say how much they revered him and adored him. They treated him like shit, so standard Hollywood hypocrisy, but he was a wonderful guy, and when he was in. The army he got an unusual assignment, which was his commanding officer said the accountants, the accountants are going crazy, because the families of the soldiers are not getting their checks in time. And I have depressed the counts, and I want you to find a way to cheer them up. So STAN wrote a marching song an army marching song for the accountants. Edit improved morality, to such extent that he got a medal. Never knew that. Yes. So the next time you see accountants marching and singing, you'll know where the song came from. I know the Mary marvel marching society. I wonder if it had its roots in that it could have for the Jewish Walt Disney. I agree. That's what he is. That's what he was really a creator who understood what it was that he was doing that was unique, and what was unique about it. There are a lot of people that kind of luck into celebrity or luck into skills and their heralded for having those skills. But many of them don't recognize exactly what is unique about their skill. They can't duplicate it. So if they lose the job or something somebody turns away from their lost, they can't reconstruct the can't adapt, which, again is the Mark of professional the ability to be able to adapt to the circumstances. So STAN was adaptable in the extreme, as was Disney. And when I was introduced to Disney. He said, call me Walt. I said, call me your excellency. It did not go over. Now I heard with getting back to the awed couple. Yeah. That they really were those characters in real life true to an extent. That's true. But Felix didn't go to the climax theater. Oh, yes. Felix would not because the seats would be dirty, put paper on the seats. They were Jack was a guy who loved the track loved horses. They he had a very good horse. I forget the name of that. He got an acclaiming race and it was a gelding if it hadn't been gilding Klugman would not have died. He'd have stayed of live just to see two-horse reproduce. And Tony, of course, was an opera lover and an aesthete's was well aware of history and furniture and the history of costume, and a lot of other things, and certainly the theater new the theater brilliantly. And he put together, an American stock company into your sure. Sure did and did some terrific productions. But of course, the audience wasn't there for, which is a shame. Let's plug the book. Oh, yes, I killed Optimus prime. So sooner sue me. I'm going to read, because we had a mistake, Ron I gave Gilbert, my copy by mistake, and I got his we're going to switch, but it allowed me to read what you wrote for him. Okay. As much. Do as much as it pains me, I'm gonna pay him another compliment through you to Gilbert, a daring comedic force of nature impervious to the indifference of all those lost souls, devoid of sense of humor and doomed to dine on gentile food through eternity. That's the nicest thing anyone's ever said about the least I do. Over. Because it's Irv as villa says, is birthday. Oh, really, it's Shakespeare's birthday today, and your pal Alan Oppenheimer my pal. Alan oppenheim. Do you have one, Irv ace story where you last time you told us about him carrying a piece into the men's room? Yes to, to ward off to, to frighten off, Lookie, loos example, to look at you have anything else on on on earth in his honor. In his honor. Let me think. Well, I wrote a an episode of fantasy island in which the attempt was to create a children's version of fantasy island that could run concurrently with the adult version. So in it, I created like the bizarro half of the of the company, so Mr. Rourke and tattoo were one half and the other half was wait a minute. Wait a minute. This is the one with red buttons. No. I don't think served. I knew grid. Play of mine, and any died. Erin schwab. What you say the fantasy island. So it was God he was married to Esther Williams and Fernando lumber Nando Llamas. And Billy Barty Zoro half, and they were these competing characters laughing. Veigh took me, and he said he's not really a drawer f-. Billy barty. I said, what do you mean? He's not really a tour f-. He doesn't have it here. Touches he doesn't have it here inside. I still a. What but see the whole idea that your door funding inside? And if you don't have it, it doesn't matter if feet tall, you're not a real. I saw an episode of fantasy island that was red buttons. And Billy Barty also playing the evil. We'll look this up and, and, and Billy Bharti's name was hubba hubba. No. That wasn't mine. I don't know. I don't think so, I have to say I did fifty four fantasy islands. They're sort of like a curtain of nothing in front of my. Fifty four fantasy islands every actor you thought was dead was in one of the episodes. So you're the line and your book about the love boat. You say these are actors you only thought were dead. But once you saw them. The love road that was very Anderson voice of ABC. And Budweiser who Lardy that's it. Yeah. You wanna take us out with one of your, your wonderful Jewish Christmas, carols. Okay. I don't know if I can remember, it's been awhile. But I'll just go through a few. Jingle Bells Minsk he sells plumbing fixtures. Hey, this Christmas, get your vice a toilet and a nice day. Hey. Get the rest. And then there was we three girls from shaker heights cooking up a DASA because say, the minces Jewish, Princess. She sits on her to like those. And gets into making cookies, and they make cookie of moisture Diane you only need one raisin for his eyes. So. And then there was little. Oh, tanenbaum. Oh, tanenbaum. What are you doing in a Christmas song? Where can people get their hands on these right? To your website or Email. You have to Email me, and it's twenty five dollars plus postage. Let me think what the other numbers might be in their thinking, thinking, thinking, oh, little town of Bethlehem. Altoona Scranton, too. I should not have open they kosher or in anytime like you and what goes on from them. Mixed time we have you and again, there's much more to cover boy. We'll, we'll make sure Gilbert doesn't duet with you of one of those Christmas. Yes, I'll send the album, an in-between time. I'm going to get on Google and Google cl- Carol, Wayne and who stopped her. Bangs. What would what would Irv ace about having to having Billy Barty play his double ganger? Doesn't have it here. Well, Irv eight villages used to get angry. I we heard at Tom Celik 'cause Tom cell he had the hit show. That's right. And he was jealous needs to go. Get some pussy he, I should be getting the money and pussy. One day. I'm standing there. When he's he's bitching about the fact that he's limited to playing this one role. I could play a king. I can play anything. 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Tombstone 30 (Jamie Chambers, Don McLennan Jr., Weary Pines, Musicians)

The Graveyard Show Podcast

1:06:56 hr | 2 months ago

Tombstone 30 (Jamie Chambers, Don McLennan Jr., Weary Pines, Musicians)

"I this is jimmy chambers of where he pines as don mclennan of pines. and you're listening to the graveyard. She'll oh look to another edition of the graveyard show podcast. I am a caretaker and the graveyard is open. Well the boys from weary pines here. You heard them at the top of the show. Jay chambers and don mclennan. Junior will be joining me in just a moment. I cannot wait to have them on the program. They are really two good guys. And i really appreciate them being cool with me. Moving them to this podcast they were supposed to be on the last one so i appreciate them being really cool about that. This interview is going to be done a little differently. But i'll get into that in just a moment if you're not familiar with weary pines well if you've seen the movie In search of darkness or in search of darkness part to while you're familiar with their work because they scored both films and we'll talk about that in just a little bit but Before we get to that that's odd. Sorry this is a bit unusual. Hang on this. Is the sort of the back door phone to the show. Hang on. let me see this hanging low. Hey what's going on. how are you know. listen no i i. of course i'd love to have you on. Yeah we pines is going to be on just a second. So once i'm done with that i'll have you on. We'll talk about that. Definitely okay. Cool hang on one second. Sorry about that guys. Listen hey got some news for you if you're a fan of eighties science fiction films. There's a new film coming out the end of the year called in search of tomorrow and ironically enough. I'm going to have some information for you. About how you can purchase the film. It's going to be done just like in search of darkness partout it's You can purchase different levels. You can get the blu ray. They're all kinds of other stuff. But i'll get into that on the other side of this interview. I have a special guest on the horn. That will join me on the other side of the weary pines interview so quickly if you wanna get in touch with the show. Their two ways as i've always said the email address. Gyn podcast at gmail.com g. y. s. podcast dot com. The other way is what. I announced on the previous podcast which is great show. Podcast has joined social media But it's not your traditional social media. It's not the bluebird and it's not the camera. No this is a horror social media app and it's called slasher and if you're not familiar with it you can find it on your mobile device. Just go to the app store. Look up slasher and download it and you can create a profile. It's really quick and it's really easy you can find me on slasher at graveyard show podcast at graveyard. Show podcast. I am doing some posts on there. And if you want from me farm off a friend requests and let me know you're a listener listeners. Go to the front of the line quickly. Hey folks we made it of all movies on turner classic movies a few weeks ago. Slumber party massacre was on. I'm not kidding. No joke i never would have thought in a million years. A slumber party massacre would ever be on it was. It's awesome if you get turner classic movies and you can. You can find it online in their library. It's on there. I think it's awesome. Whoever made that decision you're the best that is so cool too quickly. We re pines now. Normally i do my interviews inside my breezy would say very windy graveyard. But i like it here. It's a refreshing breeze that blows through here and also in the past. I've introduced you. Caretakers quarters where i've presented some of my older interviews with our hosts. Well this one. I'm gonna try a little differently since we re pines was so awesome about up being bumped a show. I wanted to give them a little bit. Extra love and i wanted to present their music to you. So what we're going to do is we're going to go over to my music room. Yes i haven't music room here. Sometimes the care taking these to relax a little bit my trustee werewolf laurence's getting it set right now and putting a playlist together and we're going to do is you're going to be hearing the music from weary pines underneath the interview. So there's going to be something probably like thirty or so different pieces of music. You'll be hearing so this way if you aren't familiar with them you can hear the different types of music that they've produced a lot of. It's going to be from the inserts darkness films. Just say no. And i'll get into where you can find all that on the other side in the meantime as here in the background well grave is being done so it's time for us to get to the music room is here is time for me to start playing some music and get to work well if you saw the nineteen eighties documentary in search of darkness. Part one or part two. You'll be very familiar with my guests as they were the ones who provided the score for both of those films jamie chambers and don mclennan junior make up the synth wave band. Weary pines and along with in search of darkness soundtracks other releases include the soundtrack to the movie the lakeside killer as well as their self titled debut album which you can get on their website. Weary pines dot com. It's e- a. r. y. s. dot com As well as you can find them on soundcloud and spotify and this is a real pleasure welcoming in Jamie and dawn to the graveyard gentlemen. Welcome to the show out giving which it's great to have i. This is great jamie. I've been emailing for the last couple months. Put this thing together. And i'm really thrilled. It here we are appreciate you both. I appreciate both of you being really cool about being bumped one extra show. That was very cool of you to do appreciate that and this is a first for the graveyard show podcast. You guys are my first guests to ever be interviewed from the uk. so congratulations. You win nothing. But i i love this. This is great. Well well let's have this be fun That's that's what it is to be so I love the scores for both Of the in search of darkness films. I'll get into that in just a little bit I thought i'd start from the beginning. Thou jamie let's start with you. I do you remember the first time you were interested in music. I actually didn't get interested in music until eighteen. in in the uk when you when you study your exams you picked your subjects when you're fourteen The time that you would pick music for that series exams you. You have to know that you'd want to study that for your final exams for your final and do that at university and so i don't get interested in music until it's too late identical but instrument until i was sixteen seventeen and i ended up leaving school early to install a music specifically at college like do scorn duty university while sixteen as best relate. Don what about you know. My uncle had a jean-michel jarre mistake. Assads listen to that nine then not believe onto like the eagles. The police alvarado classical music for some reason that it was kind of forced to take classical piano lessons. I don't know why kind of enjoyed reading music then. otherwise just probably be less than. Yeah i hear you. Yeah so so for you don. The first instrument you played was was piano. I'm sorry jamie which which was the first instrument you learn. I think it took up the bass guitar and then that led to the guitar and then eventually piano channel would be nice. I love the base. That's that's do play music. I learned as a kid when i was really young. We had had a hammond organ that i learned a hated it. I think. I think i hate it because i didn't wanna do it now. My folks wanted me to do it. And i'm glad they did. Because what's what's ironic for me. Is that i love music so much. So the fact that i was so against learning play an instrument is just so stupid but now i now on mike well. I should take analysts as well i should take. I should learn how to play bass guitar. Of course i never do. But i know i'm a big. I'm a big like for when i'm listening to music. The bass guitar is always stood out to me. Because of getty lee listening to rush a lot as a kid and steve harris from iron maiden i mean. I don't know how that guy plays the instrument that fast like that without his attendance exploding but he's awesome and And then as i was a kiss fan as a kid. So i just like gene simmons anyway because i liked his character. And i'd like the song so it was just tied in for me. But as i got older and got more into jazz. Ob bill evans is a huge. I love listening to bill evans. Yes so that's that's definitely for the piano. If i ever would learn that's kinda like how i would like to learn but yet So that's that's really cool so when when did When did you realize Done when music was calling. This is something you're going to be doing for professional it's hard to pinpoint alexei would have been about fourteen. When i heard i heard system and their lyrics they look so kind of strange and unusual compared to the normal metal that get back in those days that inspired name just kind of. I don't really ugly answer to that. Just kind of your was kind of the birth of the gajah. Jamie would was it. Sort of a tiffany. Or was this sort of kind of like. Oh i really like doing this yet. To be honest. I think the problem is in summer school or high school when you music lessons at least back. Back them This year was the landing very school. Church music classical music and you know these days kids get study when they studying music school. Even primary school land their favorite pop songs. So for me was the same. School accident played violin. When i was a kid i just. I don't have any memory of a joy. I was forced to do it again. Like dhamma we were fourteen. We would've been friends were fourteen. We would have responded over. Listen to metal or cantopop set. Your pop site of metal against madine would have been smashing pumpkins that kind of thing. Yeah like planning bonds aluminum. Don we didn't play in a band. We were france france for years. Where we've actually had never played until we're adults together. Nice so far as musical influences Obviously the uk. His tons of musical influences Would you say that Would you say your musical influences. Where iheart system of the down and smashing pumpkins were. Would you say that those were influences. Mainstream the mainstream can of pop rock metal in the to so's nineties. Now two thousand the two thousand thirteen. This same kept coming back. Hydra culture music that teenagers would listen to the mainstream stuff. Nirvana system can thing. I don how. 'bout you honestly it's kind of all over the place Ranges from the seat belts. Am sure it's nice to have you know. I'm kind of the same way. Like listen to metal. Listen to pop icon. Listen are made. And i listen to medan in that could pop and duran duran all right. This is cool. And then i could switch over to you know. Miles davis or cop thriller and listen to that. So i think it's nice especially if you're a musician or if you're composing i think having that wide range is tremendous because it gives you it opens you up to just more than just this is it. You know i listen to rock. I listen to hip hop. I listen to metal and i think that's you know that's that's pretty awesome. So how did you guys meet. We actually met when we were four years old. We were in the same class in primary school. We i've one very distinct memory by age and it was made dorm pulling off. That was the first day of school and be in four years old. Those nervously leave him and the moon walk into the classroom to me. Don't worry you know the parents staying. You're not leaving leaguer. Loan and i was really never missing really scared and my teacher noticed that i was nervous and she walked me over and she interested dawn instead others don and don told me a joke and i remember fall over. Laughing doesn't look back. Moma's gone i didn't think about it again. That is an awesome story. I i don't have any memories of the primary school. Do you remember that or do you have different. I can't remember my remember anything else. Strange that is such agree story. I love that story from my wife. Later she'll love that going to say we didn't we didn't. We were friends than but we were actually only became friends of gamble. Were teenagers later in life. We went to different school. So it's pretty funny that i remember so. So how did you so what happened. You guys You became friends really young. And then you just kinda want your separate as and how did you guys meet back up again. Probably through just general. Mike shared might locations like bars and stuff and the exotic drunken going. Thank you bloomberg teenagers. We would have confronted. Who jet drinking and get to know. Good i don't. I don't know what you're talking about and so you guys reconnect and so. What point did you decide where he pines was going to be a band. You're gonna start a group you're gonna start. How did that whole thing about I moved. I moved leads and then goes after high school. I came over here for university until you know we were close friends. We continue to. France met open about eighteen. Aaron ireland for trump and we decided to have dinner together and on a few beers we got. We got chatting we funded a museum with the fact that goes pursued music. Our friendship in france for so many years we'd never ever played music together or read music together. We yeah i have my degree. I specialized in music production. I was purchasing bounce and i had on the degree at part of a degree in music production for film and television. So we'll something that was entrusted. Chattan time don's also filmmaker. We thought it would be a great idea. If these dogs an experience in my music i experience and try to launch a music production company would pick tower. Because again like we find. We started a museum. But we're both obsessed with horror movies and we'd neither of us have happened to write music and that was was born so You guys are fans of are so. I have to ask the obvious. What films are some your favorites and out the go per. Probably friday nights shocker. The thank parliament top three legged jimmy. My top three of the french movie martyrs. I have not. That's a that's a really. I mean it's not an eighties mood but it's very It's a shocking. We recommend though. I think there's there's actually an american remake as well but the french virgils. No i'll go to the original. Yeah it's very very unsettling movie An eighties joan carpenter returned to the living. Dad's my all time favorite eighties joinville wide. I just love it's impossible. It's it's it's just it's just a wild. I mean i. I'm old enough to remember when it came out. And i i remember when i saw. This movie is awesome. What makes it so special. But it's just because it's just so insane and it's it's it's got the soundtrack obviously just you know. Once you hear return living did you. Do you wanna party. And and of course linnea quigley's famous the cemetery and just the zombies talking and the comedy because it was so funny comedy. James karen who plays one of the guys working in the mortuary he where i grew up in new jersey. And as a kid we had A supermarket called pathmark which was one of the main supermarkets there. James karen was the spokesperson for that. So he would do all the commercials and three years. I thought he worked their own. Did as a. We came out. And i go. Why is the pathmark guy in this movie. No you idiot actor. Oh okay so yeah so. We're tired of living dead is fantastic. So so it's really interesting. 'cause you both mentioned carpenter. Obviously with with carpenter he sort of i would have to say. He kind of gave birth to a lot of the modern day music with the synthesizer and the piano With halloween and obviously his contributions to the score of the thing on top of it any of marconi's of course but everything he did escape from new york So obviously those guys must have been that he must have been an influence on you guys. I would think right or was just coincidence that you liked him like just movies and never really thought about the music. I think i mean wasn't it. It wouldn't be my top musical Influence until until we were sitting the eighties heart music. Me personally does more of a sense of synthesizer guy me sticky mexico thing no family base in the mainstream. Yeah it really doesn't form on kind of they start with baselines more on. Should you know yeah. I know because it punches you right when right after those credits and establishing shocking. Yeah it's like. I can imagine i have not seen that In a movie. I don't think i've ever seen it moved here when it came out. I was really young with his. Although i did see alien when i was not but i didn't see as a whole nother story I didn't see the thing in the movie theaters. I saw it on t. v. but i can only imagine going now to it to a screening and when that first establishing and you hear that dome dome the place probably crazy. Because it's so i mean everybody knows it and So so then so then Guys would would you say when you created. We re pines well first of all. Let me ask you. Where did the name come from a fictional cemetery game okay. Which video game hunts to thank okay so a fan fan of the game so you you kinda lifted. The that's great that's fantastic. I love that Okay so so that the original idea then was to become a well. Let me ask you so when you created the band. What was the idea original idea of music that you guys wanted to create the idea. Honestly we we wanted to write modern hard music. I mean that's still one of our main goals to score modern feature phones. You know there's a lot of our music and dawn don with lot experience with synthesizers. It makes sense had to come up with full wheel music in order to get some jobs. The first the first one we picked was eighty s our because of tom's experience with since so we decided to write a bunch of eight hundred eighty s harsh hundred music. That was that was the first step then. Obviously our first big project was in search darkness. A lot of love. The science since wave shandra is a big thing with project so that sort of turned them bills. Satan to write wave music for some weight inspired music so then it turned very quickly. wanted to write har- harvey for phone projects to also releasing music as an artist as marta. Stores essentially of inspired. So don let me ask you a for those people that aren't really familiar with the term cynth- way of keep. Can you describe what congress genre of music sent wave is kind of solid basis. Not it's like created by people who didn't experience eighties but mysterious. Yes the saudi-based. I can't really describe it. It's just what it is sure. Yeah i mean. That's why. When i when i 'cause this huge i know on youtube there are tons of synth wave Videos out there where people just put these Graphics to the music and it's like yeah you know stuff that i would see as a kid like on a commodore sixty four or something doing our k. To see for me for me. It's really kinda cool because having been lucky enough to live through that time with everything going on it's really kind of cool to be like. Wow i mean this is still relevant. I which is shocking to me. Forty years out that you know that time period is so relevant to this day. Yeah strange yeah it really is so. Let's talk about How you guys work together so when you when you put together an idea for either a song or or your albums how how like give us a little peak behind the curtain headaches work we originally stalled to the loose logical thing to do to write songs together And pass you know because we record our music students at home They is we would we. Would we would both start damage and we would pass songs back and forth and ask them that kind of thing but it's actually worked that we we just split the project the middle We both we both. We both can write individually for a project and yet used the same kind of the status the same signs and again the same production. That's the sort of important part. That's sort of gels. The music together as one. Even though you might not know it as a listener of one song written by million sauntering by To be honest we do don. We've stuck in the. We slept the songs we re preparation station. Where we go through one one needs to be done with a lest of a status of list of sirte possible songs in references will sort of split late in the middle or low. Maybe assign certain tracks tiller of based on our own experience. So that's really interesting. So like i just kind of general. Like how long does it take to like put like. Let's just pick a random song in your head. Like how long would it put together like when you come up with an idea to actually having something that you can go here it is. I know it's kind of a weird question. Just just the processes. It's different for every song but basically we we split underwriting sessions so You might have an idea of something to create certain length and that it might take viewers or full day to write one song and then the we split it under that process once the songs finish then we move out onto the production process which would be the mixing and the master on the added an arrangement So it's kind of a hard question to answer. Yeah shans tool on the songs side but we do do everything in house. We've got our own studios we try. We try to hire musicians and mix engineers of can can just of live players on our music but we do. They billeted at all just those. I do more of the medicine engineering pro-chinese site and don would be more of a genius composer amass orpheus yet. He dog shadow right now if you gave him. A certain style can considered a piano. And i'm confident he could write a five minute song out of his head and allow for don. Let's do it all right. That's really cool. I mean do you think with modern technology i mean. Obviously that's helped everybody right. I mean the helps. It's helping. i mean. I'm doing my own thing here. I mean for for you guys as musicians. Modern technology must be just brilliant. Because you can sit in this case the two of you can sit and do your own thing and create something that back. You know ten fifteen twenty years ago. You'd have to go and rent out space. You'd have to rent a studio. You'd have to hire number cable and budget would be very high Yes it's crazy. I mean when. I did my degree by ten years ago. The the core of the course was harder record music. Hardy arrangement mex music. Purchase music as as as high-quality and mckanie crisp as possible and though the way the music industry school in mid on and the production techniques to make our music signed like more plastic cheaper or eighties. We work backwards to make it worse than does in terms of know. It's so funny. Like i know like one of the plug ins is like the they call final and everybody like oh we love the pops in his mike. I thought the whole idea with digital music is not have pops and they wanna same things back in. That's literally some good. We have to do your master. We have to atom. That has warped comes with eighty comes with john carpenter music in here. The tape tape problem. It's like whoa up. Yeah well. It's what i love to listening to soundtracks. You can hear you can hear the the the musicians turning the music you can hear like you know things happening in the scoring session. I love that because it's just like it just feels real or like i. I'm kind of a peek into the actual live moment which is really nice. You can hear the sample libraries where you're intentionally record the seats sweden when players play. So you're recording using the simple every you're planning on keyboards and yet signs of somebody savages studio with that. Hand makes us them and the region from the person who recorded the samples. Up that's hilarious. So let's talk about in search of darkness you guys get your Your break with with that. How did you end up meeting. Robin block producer. It's really really good time and good luck. I at the time we put together. I or political music. It was it was the first batch was all eighty s inspired kind of our music. And there's no. There's no way that you told find composing jobs. There's tope awards or communities online where you can search for jobs and pitch at the time. We had no idea how it worked. And so what we started doing is searching through like some fiber dot com on. Work of work is a website where you can basically of course job and you get people for the job you can search for keywords so you search for music composer horror that kinda thing and there's not there's not haarer composer jobs posted there ever by using the keep her i saw odds that robinson hosted where he was hiring a graphic designer for hard documentary. I was able to use the internet to find robin's details and made them ursula. Yeah just had to move again. We had the music ready so that music actually on the first documentary. We a mini in fives with minute saying that. The music is perfect. So it's always worth meeting somebody. You can connect you so hooded robin connect with you jamie or or you done me. I do most of the amac and say you. When you come back you tell don. Hey the gig. Don were you thinking task well back in in december or no actually last year november. I had The director of wall turned out to be part. One and part two. David winer was on my show and back in january. When you're talking about part two. I asked him about you guys and i'm gonna play a little clip about what he said. I heard we re pines. When i was taking a walk and i was walking around and In my neighborhood. And i i live in a nice hilly. Mounteney nature area and that music Was the soundtrack to my walk. And i knew immediately that these guys were were perfect and It's a duo They they're they're so great to work with and It was a it was a blessing to be able to get weary pints score not not only part one partout pretty cool Is a sweetheart i mean. That's that's pretty awesome. So tell me tell us about the process. Because when i see something like this which you know. Obviously you're talking about nine hours worth of two movies. Tell me about this process. Obviously i know you guys had done some music prior to the film. How much of. It was stuff that you had said here. You can use this or we can use this for the film and how much of it was. Okay we need to do some original secure and here and how did that work. Because it was a documentary at we weren't we weren't scoring to film. We didn't we didn't see any project before we submitted a first batch of songs that we'd gotten before we even heard of the project and then it was a matter of working backwards. Then you know what. Laughter had been felled david on the editor sombre way they. They were basically using the music. They have A matter of david combeback does a few months later and let us know what what else was needed. So gives you know. He gives us a lot of reference tracks and a of notes and we were very intentional. Music exam for the for that. The second half. So how long of a process was this putting together because obviously a four and a half four four and a half hour time. So i mean for you guys how much back and forth in terms of like okay you know. How many months would you say you guys were working putting this together. Reckon three months two months maybe three months for the first entry on the second documentary They actually used quite We will fifteen. New pieces of music suddenly probably probably took us about a month. I'm just finished scored in search of tomorrow and thus taken us probably three or four months. I would say i would say me personally. I've done about two hundred irish or project leads a lot a lot of time. Wow so are you presenting the final mixes teach your pieces. And then you're sending them to the post team and then they're dropping them in or a you doing them on your end when you're not you're not getting any of the movie right so you're just basically sending and they're just they're they're putting them in a mix there yet. So i'm the editor psalm. He's by the way fantastic amazon me. Basically he David or getting together during editing processing basically making the music a if there's any problems or anything to come back to the processes submit the big the big bash unmanned combat. This was once laughter was missing. Sure i mean it's not the way it's not the way it will be done traditionally over a feature film These normally get like a i. I called of the projects. We can scored screen. Yeah i mean that's that's have been pretty cool when you when you get to see the final product i. I can't imagine that you were like. Oh i mean it must have been like. Wow this is really cool. I love the open to because you have that lead in in the first movie you have that lead and so like the prologue and then your music over the titles been pretty awesome. Awesome obscene ethics. So we saw some of the market and material before we saw the first documentary so that was seen our music underneath john. Carpenter talk interviews was probably a special moment multichannel on. We've got together to watch the first entry in cuba we got. We got very drunk. I'll say i'll say no more earned it at that point yet. Not we've not seam insert started this part two yet. Oh yeah and we just eat them off to the right and possessed wanna take a break and then you want to watch it with fresh with fresh eyes and fresh years totally. Yeah i totally understand. Yeah because once it was crazy it was when i interviewed david back in knows actually tober because was right was leading into halloween and I told him after we doing it around mike. I'm going to break it up into two parts. And he teased partout which he one of using i used in the first podcast with him because they had a crowdfunding going and mike as soon as i got off the phone dave. I'm like i'm going to cry on this. Thanks so the show the show is the credits on the second movie Which was really cool. Because i i was like i gotta do this and i when i saw the second. I was like wow. This is just great because awesome. They do. It's very similar yet. It's different and i think going to really enjoy it Especially the hope. The opening graphics again really cool very different than the first one and they kind of. They can't even do a little jump scare in there too which is fun so awesome. I mean that he couldn't have picked anyone better to score this You guys did a the music perfect for you. Have so many. Cots of music in In the soundtrack. I i know when i saw Forty cuts or something crazy. Like oh my or maybe like eighty eighty songs tuna two and a half hours of music. I mean that's insane. I was like holy. But it's like yeah of course the movies four hours with how you expect this increase. I want to ask because there's one q that is in part to. That's very different than the others. Of course i'm forgetting the name of it off the top of my head but it sounds like there is a violin That's being used in it. Yeah what is that. is it a violin. I'm guessing gas. Say it's it's a sample violence again like with music and twenty twenty one. You can get sample libraries for almost any instrument and back in the day. You would've used the sample libraries to create a schedule. Yep they signed read. Our castell could write music for orchestra and they'd send it off to be recorded by orchestra of mud and twenty twenty one. These sample signed as as you can get you can you can write music for anarchist trying to make it sound like it's being recorded are just your fingers. Gas at that was the sample buy. It was so interesting it was so it was so different. And you know. I love that. I love that you guys like. Obviously he sent away. If you gotta you gotta deliver the goods right. Scott be sent away but then there are other accused kind of go off the beaten path. Which i really enjoy as well. So talk to me about another film that you have an original soundtrack for the lakeside killer Tell me what what is that. Don is a movie that you'd made a. We were hired tune composed for okay. Yeah there was something we were hired to write. The music for the film never released or never get phone to just released a music. Okay because i thought i thought me since. Dons a filmmaker. Maybe it was something a he had done. And you guys you know why not go carpenter directed skirt. Why not somebody. Somebody higher again phone fell through and we just. We enjoyed the musical reroute. So we released. That's great so. I didn't touch on this Since on subjects. Done your filmmakers. So tell me tell me about that What kind of movies were you doing. Harm do dramas comedies. What's what style was your genera. Honestly i don't really have a style. It's because having made me. I told me figgers on me. First short film called black rainbow and it's kind of a drama thriller thing but wouldn't enter into or anything like that nice. I know these. I know these two guys who score movie stars don't written written all the music for black rainbow about right the music toward already got everything bloody funding. Why am i not surprised. Why am i. That is very cool. So tell me what's interesting. Is that on your website on. Weary pines dot com. You guys are like doing something. I'd never seen before. You're giving music away you're like here. Mp threes here. Cds added that whole thing. Come out i doing this course. Marketing course actually for the past years. The company's cold enterpreneur on they teach mutations do wrong independent music businesses to make eleven writing music on have been tested on a lot of their strategies with heinsohn. A lot of they've been working very well. Data is that you wanna introduce music to cooled audience. People who've never had on you want to convert people from listeners and defines and then converting from fans and their customers if you eventually release music has also the digital marketing techniques and. I'm still learning the Trying to date with nine six two seems like a good thing to do. it's brilliant. It's absolutely brilliant. Yeah the idea. Eighty released to the mailing list And not just San spiny may but basically nurture your side of social media Stadia that if he lost all your followers on instagram like estrin shut down tomorrow leading. Still have made on this. We've got quite a large mailing list. And we've not actually tried many of the strategies yet. Daddy is basically scaling made a list. I'm continue to nurture the fines and and connect with people on a personal level of stadium. Really i think that's really really smart Especially as we see as social media platforms. We're kind of kind of get weird some degree especially especially here in the states. We're having all kinds of weird things going on people getting you know. Shut down and stuff getting shut down you know and i think that's smart because this way you know you are not relying on them. You are relying on you so you have your mailing lists you have your you know you're basically doing grassroots which yes. Yeah and it's so smart because it's true like what if instagram suggest crashes for some reason what are you gonna do like if they're down for a week. I mean some people. I think just i. I hate to even say what they would do You know this way. You're not relying on on that platform. You have your stuff and you go okay. Well that that's that's fine. You know it's great to have that but if that doesn't go away we have all of this i think's really smart. That's how i mean that's how you and i connected you know and it went from. Hey love your music to. Hey you wanna be on the show and you know here. We are and i'm looking at that. And i was like is so brilliant. The cd for search darkness to is really cool. I mean you guys are really on your way to something here. I think yeah i really i think. Stay the course and this is all going to really you. Think i think you guys are really gonna hit big. So let's talk about what's on the horizon. Do you have any projects that are next or you guys just working on your music right now. We just finished in search tomorrow will. We've we're getting ready submits the first batch of music And our main plan. This year's been released her first album on vinyl. Wow i met you know to put together and you may have released an album. Sorry but we're going out. Yeah basically rights. Full original album inspired by since wave on her again like we had no intentions of releasing music as an artist until until we started growing a fan base through through the exposure of the documentary. So yeah we want to basically start. We're using the data that we're collecting from our streams on spotify and from our feedback from our fans. I'm putting together. Were basically see it as a research and putting together what fan-friendly music we wanna put together a pop essentially a pop up inspired by sense on har does not do ventures this great So obviously had the website where he pines dot com What other social media are you guys on our on all over on every streaming platforms but as butterfly title. Amazon web site includes twitter instagram face. It's basically everywhere everywhere. Yeah very nice. Very nice well This was a thrill having the two of you on the program I disagree anything that i ever expected. This is really a lot of fun. and please yeah listen please Keep keep keep us informed as to what's going on Anything that comes out. Let me know. We'll put it up on the website. We'll put on the website. I'm back in twenty nine. I don't have a website anymore. I just put it on the podcast. Listen jamie chambers. Adama clinton junior You know them as we re pines This was a thrill gentlemen We gotta do this again some time. Thanks for joining me on the program. Thanks for having this interview to rest. I really wanna thank jamie don for joining me on the program. Those guys are awesome. I mean we talked. I think after the interview. I think we talk like forty eight to sixty minutes just talking about stuff. They're really cool. I love having them on the program. I can't wait to have them back on again. And really if you can support these guys and buying either stuff please do so You know where to find them. Weary pints dot com. You can find him on spotify soundcloud and they're everywhere online so check them out by the way. If you wanna know what music cues were used under the interview the best place to find it is on the graveyard show. Podcasts youtube channel. It is in the show notes for this podcast. I've put each a music. Cue on the time code where they play and i've also noted Albums off of most of them are off of in search of darkness. Part one and part two. But you also have the weary pines a self titled album and well as the lakeside killer soundtrack as well so you can find it again and the graveyard show podcast youtube channel for this podcast in the show notes and i want to thank lawrence my trusty world for putting such a great playlist together who knew that where wolves were such good. Dj's and has promised. I am now going to welcome in my surprise guest. Talk about a small world joining me now is someone. I just mentioned during my interview with jamie and dawn. He is the director of in search of darkness one and two and he's currently working on his latest documentary called in search of tomorrow. And he is here to tell you how you can pre-order the film. I'm talking about. Of course dave winer. David how are you. How's it going. Yeah i called earlier and you know. I knocked on your back door as well. Then i realized the pop in is probably not cool during the pandemic back on wall street. The heavier and i appreciate that. Thank you by the way. It's great to have you back in here so in search of tomorrow's your latest film you're currently working on it For those that are not familiar with it. What can you tell them about the movie. Well if you know anything about in search of darkness which was Eighties horror documentary. That i did. I did search dr part one and part to cover the entire decade from nineteen eighty to nineteen eighty nine going over really cool really well known really obscure really collected films and brought her conversations them with with over fifty people in icons from the era. And we decided. How cool would that be if we do that with. A sci fi movies documentary. So that's what we're doing This time we've got seventy five people and counting. It's going to have the same exact structure I'm i am in the process. Knee-deep right now in the middle of of filming interviews and I'm very proud to be able to say that. We are getting wonderful. Extended interviews like we did with the last movies because of covid restrictions. Were still able to get it. And it's in person and safe socially distanced and masked up and all that stuff but Yeah so i find movies that you like them whether it's you know. Et or star wars or star trek or the road warrior or life force. You know whatever it may be It's it's it's a real bridge. Ira that's awesome. That's great Lifeforce underrated film. I think it is is incredible. When i saw the trailer which i will have linked to on the youtube channel for this podcast. The trailer is fantastic How was it filming. This in the pandemic. How tough was it. Tough because There are times when we first started actually because we started with a kickstarter that incredibly well and we were all psyched to go. And then guess what the world kind of pulled the plug you know. We all experienced that and of course we were affected by that as well and so Ray when we were wearing the go we just had to wait and twitter thumbs And i was able to get a a a good start In the summer And the late. Summer of twenty twenty Once we get out But then i it's been difficult because you know the world is kinda changed. A lot of these people who are in the film are older you know. They were in their prime in their eighties. And now they're in their sixties or seventies So we're getting people to come out and we're giving people to get the job done and we're slowly surely making sure that people are in this but they Are safe like in search of darkness. Partout you are now doing a preorder for the film. And i'm looking right now. So if people wanna go and pre-order the movie and get their name in the credits among other things which will talk about. Where can they go. They go to i i. I'm hearing all sorts of strange interference. I think Et is trying to phone home. Sorry the elephant in the room. So i don't know if that's going to be heard on the recording but anyway i just thought i'd talk that outside. Ideally we could hear each other talking to us but Yeah go to eighties. Sci-fi dot com eight zero s eighty s sci-fi doc dot com And that gives you all the information you need to know who's involved the entire cast The perks that you can get to preorder Not only do you get the movie but you get lots of cool. Swag you know you get you know and you know this cool Exclusive enamel pen in downloads of the movie and other the soundtrack and super cool stuff and There you'll also get access to discord community which is very A weekly active. Twenty four seven Community for like minded sci-fi fans we do watch parties and we do interview clip shows. And it's it's a lotta stuff at perfect for the pandemic era and perfect for connecting with other fans who love these movies as much as you do. Yeah this i'm scanning through right now. Online i mean you have. The shirts are great. You can get him in either white or black or you have three different choices of posters. Did you bring back the same artists from darkness to do these posters for this film Yeah yeah So graham humphreys did this cool of for a sci fi horror hybrid Poster which is at the Dave morale Who that zombie cheerleader Did this amazing Painting with the heroes and the villains facing off in the reflection of an astronaut's helmet And clayton bench. Who did are in search of Kid in front of the tv Logo and poster. He did this wonderful. blade looking into the stars with a bunch of spaceships exploiting of this sort of black hole void. Yeah there's so much they really are. I here's villains is just so awesome seeing predator arnold and robocop khan and kirk and i mean just it's awesome. I mean it just brings back such great memories. i can't wait to put it on my walk. I am telling you. I'm already already. Like how can i get this now. What's great yes. There are several different levels that you can purchase. Obviously the the most basic is is the film itself and you can go all the way to get all kinds of perks and stuff. The one that that really kinda is really looks. Pretty cool is the executive producer. Otherwise knows luke skywalker version. Which is like. Wow you get all kinds of stuff on here. Which is just fantastic. Hollywood gives you a tour of the death star. Or is you get to ride on the enterprise for a little while. It's really cool. That's the captain. Kirk package absolutely yes. Exactly flash flash gordon. One you get to take rocket sled around because this is claimer. These aren't true statement. Yeah exactly. I mean we are joking for those of you. That are like wait a minute. I gotta get so you and you also have the trailer on here as well which is great and I mean it's just. I just absolutely love this. Thank you know the the the trailer is kind of like the proof of concept you know we you know we kick started this a year ago. and despite the challenges of the pandemic we've been able to get this movie going and Getting you know people are now like i was saying before coming out of the woodwork. And we're able to get all these amazing interviews in fact i for interviews lined up in the next week. You know through the next weekend so quite busy you know i. It's exciting to say that you seventy five people who are part of the project. But i need to sit down with all seventy five before. He's making this movie. So i'm actively doing this. And and quite enjoying the the geek enthusiasm that i've got that i have to act cool and get a good interview but i'm sitting down with some icons you know the and i'm sitting down with legends. Who who really inspire me and so the trailer that we've got now Is is an idea of what we're putting together But we don't even have all our interviews yet or still happening. I mean it's just incredible. When i look at some of these names on here. Obviously you have peter weller. Sean young sarah. Douglas course played ursa in superman superman to henry. Thomas who played elliott net d the castle. Gene simmons we run away right. Yeah i mean. I'm i just mentioned actually to the guys during the interview. I was a kiss fan. Gene was my guy so this is awesome seeing him on here. I have to say for those who might not be in the know. That's a tom. Celik movie Gene simmons pleased the bill and directed by michael crichton. And it also has a young joey kramer before flight of the navigator in as well and joey kramer's and are gonna be and i talked to him not only about flying navigator but of course about runaway in working with gene simmons and asking gene about his tongue. Very good i always. I always remember the scene with. They're trying to get the bullet or arm and that's just like a mass such brutal guan's it's done so well you got the body jesse ventura the body venture time to built. Do i mean this is Oven reitman each bar bo. Paul hogan folks. I can't even. We could sit here for hours. Just talking about the guest list occur which smith it was dick jones. I mean this is just I absolutely love you ronny cox. Who's going to be home in time for cornflakes. These movies just stuck with me list. The one liners and these things. That are just great. What's cool about all of these people that i get to sit with. Is that not only. They talk about their projects. The things that we know them for for eighty side movies and and others but they talked about their favorites as well. So it's not like you know. Peter weller just saying robocop was called because and bonds am leviathan. He also talks about you. Know y y blade runner is is more thought provoking than just a movie. You know at face value. You know things like that. It's very cool. And it's a collective conversation. And that's what makes these movies really fun for me and different is that in addition to people sharing memories and anecdotes and insights and and and reach and text relations. We context realization easy for me to say about their movies from so many years ago in the eighties on love and are nostalgic for but are they talk about you know where they fit in in the decade and they talk about movies that inspired them or influence them or make them laugh or made them cry and That's what's real about these projects the other it's fantastic. When is the projected release date for the film december. Okay so fantastic. So you and i will reconvene at the end of the year. We'll talk about this in greater detail. I cannot wait better connection. Yes well you sounded great. So we're all good here somehow in the graveyard we have filters that. Get some some of those little Ghosts and gremlins out of the line. So that's par for the course. Exactly of course david. Thanks so much. Listen congratulations on the insurgent arkansas. By the way it was streaming on shudder in darkness streaming on show to the other night a sitting. Yeah we're like. Oh hey insert darkness. Part two It debuts on shudder on april twenty six fantastic if you've been waiting for that Or heard about it or having each get We're wondering why In search of darkness went only was about north americans and not international films or some of the deeper cuts. I think you'll be pleasantly surprised when you see. That's awesome great. Hey listen is there. I am hearing rumblings that maybe there's three in the works early. Perhaps i can confirm. I can confirm that we are in the works par-three by popular demand. I did i did too and and you know i figured that might be it. That might be the nail in the coffin. But you know. Hopefully i got at least an opportunity to continue the tail and show much so much more. That eighties heads offered eighties. And everyone said for the most part. Oh my gosh. let's bring on three. I keep going so yeah. We're happy that continue. I definitely agree. I think i think you can go on for a while. I mean i'm really yeah. It's incredible you've done nine hours worth of documentary and you still have so much more you can. You can cover credible scratching this unbelievable. We'll listen david. Thanks for hanging out to given all this. Great information cannot wait to see this film and can't wait to talk to you more about it when we get towards the end of the year. I always appreciate you having me on. And maybe one day. When i knock on your story not a problem. We'll have some whiskey or some coffee or whatever. You'd like to drink and talk movies unannounced. That's what makes it fun. i love it. We'll have i given you enough to digest today. Not only did you get to hear from the band. That scored in search of darkness. One two and now in search of tomorrow not only. Did i get the director from those films on here. Not only do you now know how you can pre-order in of tomorrow. not only. Did i get you information on. When in search of darkness to is coming on shudder. I got confirmation of part three and then one day dave is gonna come and hang out the graveyard so there you go. This has been quite quite a show. This is a lot of fun and really unexpected. I mean this just happened. I mean talk about just timing. It's awesome really quickly. I want to go over the different perks. You can get with in search of tomorrow so you have the mardi you make fly. Which is the first perk which is digital version of the of in search of tomorrow you get a online community. Access virtual premier watch party and you can get your name in the credits. Then you have the flash gordon perk with the flash gordon perk you get digital copy of the movie named credits online community access virtual premier. And then you get in search of tomorrow blu ray in search of darkness digital you get to three posters and in search of tomorrow sticker then the next perk is the car reese perk. You get everything that i just mentioned in the flash gordon and the morning mc fly plus you get in search of tomorrow on dvd. Then you get the admiral care perk which is again everything prior. I just mentioned. Plus you get the t shirt official soundtrack. The enamel pin and stickers as well. And then you get the next perk which is the right batty. Perk which is associate producer credit on imdb poster movie credits. You received two tickets to the hollywood premiere and you get to do that with special guests. Are you. Get to do the after party So you go. And then obviously everything that comes with the admiral perc Then you have the ellen ripley which is the producer credit on imdb poster movie credits to tickets premier. Same thing as everything prior as well and then you get the executive producer perk which is luke skywalker and again you get everything that comes in the prior packages as well so there you have it. Check it out in search of tomorrow. If you are a fan of sci-fi you've got to check this film out and david will be back later in year to talk about the film. All right. i'm gonna get out of here now. It's time to start closed down the graveyard got a lot of show here so again you can find the grave show podcast on slasher graveyard show podcast and of course the email. Jesus podcast at gmail.com. You can find the graveyard. Show podcast on apple. Podcast stitcher iheartradio spotify everywhere podcasts. Existent of course youtube. Just look for graveyard show podcast and of course if you know anyone who's a fan of horror please invite them to enter the graveyard new listeners and friends are always welcome now instead of just bidding. You a do. I'm going to take. I'm gonna take a little liberty here. When i first thought about putting the graveyard show podcasts together. All those years ago. I'd always thought about having music at the beginning of the end of the show. But because i didn't have license agreements with bmi ask cap. I didn't wanna get in trouble using commercial music. So since since. I have the fellas stuff here. Why not end with another cue that i have not played yet. This is going to be a track off of in search of darkness and it's called the bleeding pines. It's one of my favorite cues at these guys have created. It's really great. So let's start now and Yeah there we go so this'll take us out so Thank you again for joining me. It's great having you here. Please be safe. Stay healthy look forward to having you back here soon and man. This changes everything having the music playing like this all right as you exit the graveyard. I would like to remind you to. Please locked the gate behind you. We wouldn't want anyone to get outs until next time.

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Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network: Gilbert Gottfried's Amazing Colossal Podcast (June 8, 2019)

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Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network: Gilbert Gottfried's Amazing Colossal Podcast (June 8, 2019)

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And of course, they did that Jay. That guy even mitt. Marilyn Monroe Walt Disney and Frank Lloyd Wright. Marilyn Monroe was converted you. Well, we'll hear about okay? He's, he's new memoir, is called. I killed Optimus prime how one man single handedly destroy the world's most iconic transformer and lived to tell tale. Please welcome back on Mestre storyteller and the world's funniest former architect. A man who could finally tell v Pat McCormick Carol, Wayne story that we didn't get to the lifetime. He was here, our friend, Ron Friedman. I don't know what to say except Jing gauge cook is going to be pissed off. You didn't include him, who? Think. The mohicans. We. Help the British fuck him out of California and Nevada. Welcome back run thrilled to be here. Particularly when I realized that the only other person asks back twice was Eleanor Roosevelt. That's right. We had Sacco and vans. Yes. Favor them mine. Now because this is this will be picking away at my head. The whole time, tell us about MC always ready for a pet McCormick story. Short a time less time you were going to tell that is the Sheikh story. Yes. Yes. Yes. Well, look without it heard and Pat was reluctant to reveal the story. He always, changed it when he told it, but he took a round the world tour with Carol Wayne who Johnny Carson used to feature as the weather lady on many of his episodes. Sure, and fat is traveling with her. And they're in one of the Emirates states. I think it was Saudi Arabia ever popular, if you're into beheadings. He's, he's in one of the lounges with Carol and distinguished guy who had just gotten off his camel came over and said, I represent any name, the particular emir who I think used to play third base for Cincinnati. And he said he loves her. He wants her. What's the price? So Pat, is ever eager to make a deal and make a friend than an unusual nation, and he gave a price something like four hundred thousand camels, you know, twelve Ray sources the Speedo plane, you know, j just went on and on and the guys nodding and making notes. And I said, didn't that disturb you Patty says, no, he said I thought he had trouble with English. So he was just checking a dictionary. Anyway, Pat has a big laugh and the guy comes back and he comes back. And he says my master has agreed to the terms, but would like arrow Wayne. Yes. To by Carol Wayne, but he can't get the livestock here this afternoon. That's good. Take some time would you be willing to take money in lieu of the camels, and the thoroughbreds? And Pat said, of course I mean why make an enemy anyway? The guy said good, we'll have a veal hand her over and Carol waiting at this point said something in the nature of what the fuck. Are you talking about away with this guy, you can shove your animals up your ass? I'm not leaving the guy meant it's and he said, but we have a deal I've spoken to your handler your trainer whatever he thought, Pat, was, we have deal. They had to call the American ambassador to come over and they send over somebody to argue the case unreal. They missed their flight. Wow. Love that McCormick stories. We can't get enough. No. He was wonderful to work with. But he's a guy that could embarrass a toilet seat. Yes. Did anybody ever mentioned his hobby of drop kicking old ladies? No. You didn't mention that you mentioned that he used to keep roles coins in his pocket. So is Hispanic. Immediately. Yeah. But he had a hobby of like running up to a short woman, and for ten dollars to kick her in the head. I mean everybody needs a hobby. So we're standing in London at marble arch, and there's a charwoman there with two leather bags, and Pat runs up to her, and then lifts that right leg like he's going to kick her in the head and holds the leg up in the air the foot in the right near her face. And she says herald, help me and a guy that looked like a coke machine. In a leather jacket comes out of a doorway. Doing to me, mum. Facet. I'm an ugly American and here's two hundred pounds. That was it. He bought the guy off. Yes. Fantastic. Did this frequently though, which, again was embarrassing? Yeah. That was when you were in London doing the, the Lucy special. Exactly. Right. Well now how old was Lucy when you do in their spatial one hundred and forty one. Gilbert success with her last attempt at primetime, Ron which was life with Lucy where she pulled Bill, Gordon out of mothballs remember this these nightmare. It's in the Smithsonian. But she likes you. Lucie liked her. I thought she was great. I don't know if I told you about the time, I'm sitting in her house and doorbell rings. And she says, Cleo see with that is that was she called her sister? She was really a cousin or something Cleo comes back, and she says, you're not gonna believe this Lucy said, what is it? She said, it's a tour group of woman knows this is your house and asked if she could use the toilet. Lucy said go fuck yourself. This is in a Union Station. You, you. You regaled us with the wonderful. Desi. Arnez Orson Welles story last time. Oh, yeah. And Orson good nano it just every time I think about it. I think Orson was lucky that deshea didn't shoot him yet to refresh. Everybody's memory whereas Ron Ron did a show with us back in October. And that was the story about about Desi pulling a piece on, on Orson because he hadn't delivered material that he'd been yes compensated for. That was it. Yeah. But he finally turned it in which I read in the new book, actually he finally delivered. Absolutely sending descript in by limo from the desert, which is weird Lucy and Desi put him. They put him up in her house, in Palm Springs. And he sent the script bag, I think it was in four six days by limo, and it was brilliant. Absolutely. And they shot it and it was sensational. Of course. And then does he said, what's next dourson? Worsened says. I need to get some relaxation. I don't have anything and Lucy had to wrestle desert for the gun because. But you, you liked him to you liked. Orson welles. Yeah. I did. How do you wrote one legend? How do you not like a mountain? I mean, you know, he's the chief of his ass at two different zip codes. You wrote to admire him. Did you write his last role? Yes. Or since unicorn on. That was the temperature. Yeah. Yeah. It's now now did Johnny Carson fuck. Carol wayne. I believe you need to go to yeshiva and talk. Doping. He segues. Some credit for a smooth segue. Speaking of boulder dam. Keep having that's the answer. Now Franken, I would talking about. Well, surprise surprise the both of us that you are. You're a Jew. You don't find comedy writer. You know they're all Norwegian. Those vast spaces in the temperature that brings out the Umer funded we having for dinner LARs, we're having. The Moselle died. So you are being bullied as a kid for touching things in the book is the story of you and your brother growing up in what West Virginia. Yeah, we're dribble West Virginia and kind of kind of escaping into the, the character comic books of the day, the radio absolutely day and we needed to escape. And of course, this win was Virginia was described as if you give Pennsylvania and anima you put the bone in Weirton. In the panhandle of the state, and if you look at it map, you'll say this is apt this is this is correct. Anyway, all the steelworkers were, of course, eastern Europeans, and they had these fine traditions of killing Jews, and they didn't want to leave them at the dock when they came to America. So they were alive and well, and where and the big Catholic church was Our Lady of the Spanish inquisition, which might have given you a clue as to the way, things worked anyway. The elementary school, there, did not open in a timely fashion, because they were remodeling. Getting there was a fire so Catholic school offered to take those from the public school in. So we had to talk to the rabbi I and he says, you will observe as they observe. You'll do what they do except when it comes time to speak, the name of their God, you will. Instead insert the word law. So when Jesus mentioned. And it was okay until we're seeing Christmas, carols and was singing, Christ is morning in bed nano. It's Ma is more in, in Bethlehem. And the non who is walking up and down the aisles with so dally sticks taped together with bicycle tape when would hit you on the knuckles. So I'm singing. And I go is born in Bethlehem. She wax me on the novels. And I said, Jesus Christ. She said, Singa chew boy. It affected my life. I would imagine that was an escape bowl, these fantasy character. Oh, you bet your ass in was. And it was welcome. It was wonderful. And when I saw who wrote superman. Shuster. And forget the other guy's eagle. You. Day understand UNITA superman, and it's very making that, that comparison because reading about it in your book, you, you disappeared in the similar way. I mean you feared the same things. Absolutely. You you needed a hero. I did desperately and it's on. I was doing a convention for transformers because I wrote the movie the transforms the movie, and so many people came up to me and told this kind of story, a guy with tears in his eyes who was a grandfather, because there are three generations of people there that loved transformers said when I was seven years old. My father was a drunk and he abandoned the family, I needed a father, and I picked Optimus prime in the transformers, and that's how I got through my childhood well, and oddly enough. My father died, when I was eleven and I was looking for a father figure, and somebody told me I looked. Like an army football player named doc Blanchard, so schmuck, that I was I cut a picture doc Blanchard out of the newspaper, and I put it in my wallet, and I would consult doc when I need father, and he was no good at Purim. He didn't know. Shaughnessy was, you know, I had to finally ditch him this something sweet about that. Ron and like the ones that wrote superman. What I noticed in Jewish names. There's L at the end. L L O. You mean. Oh, he's, he's he saying like, like superman is Cal l enjoy. Enjoy was the father as. Yeah. Bus in temple Beth El. Yeah. Yeah. There's names like in the town maids. I bet that's right. They had that end in L. I know the Moyal who had the circumcise superman could never make it. Yeah. Blades kept good. You know, I'll give me a diamond tip. Let me try that. Of course. I think L might be God or. Not that I know Gilbert, gap and good luck with that. I'm sure they'll build selfie. So did Johnny Carson fucked county lane runner? The research is unclear. I heard there was skid marks on the sheet. Tell us about those characters what you, you know, we're talking about early days, a comic book capsule Camden. I captain marvel I captain marvel you thought look like Fred macmurray, which I found was interesting was absolutely intentional. That captain marvel was made. Is that true? Absolutely. Wow. Sure. Because people loved movie stars. And of course, you're not going to hire Fred macmurray to show up and be painted in various colors. But if you use Fred macmurray face, everybody looks and say, you know, I, I like captain marvel I, I don't know why nobody and do that. And Fred us there, of course, was prince name, or the sub mariner was that intentional on Bill Everett's part to make him look like yeah. Fred astaire. Yeah. You know, Fred macmurray had this great deal when he did buy three son, you bet. Yeah. He didn't want to be there all the time because he was a movie star. So they would film all of his seen separately. Like they feel like a years worth in a day. Exactly. Was the cheapest man in Hollywood. Fred macmurray. Ahead of him. You told Fred Astaire when you work with them that you thought he resembled, the sub mariner and this was news to him. No, I told him you were the sub mariner, and he says, what the hell is act? And I gave him the comic book and he looked at it, and he got a big kick out of that while, and he said, don't show, mom, I said, why not because she thinks comic books are cheap. So I never showed his mother now Ron, who the most famous anti-semites. You wanted alphabetically or by? Start with you. Gene, Paulette and work. You ward bond void bond was famously. So as was Adolf, Montjeu, Adolf, Maggio, and I heard that let me think John Wayne was supposedly and a semitic. He was certainly not fond of black people, but he sort of reformed at the end. And that's when I met him when he was toward the end of his life. And he seemed far different from the, the right wing zealot that he had been doing the blacklist years. But you never know they were a lot of secret antisemites when they would use code words, for, for Jews like motherfuckers at. Gilmer who's on your list? I love the New Yorkers was always a famous code. The Jews was excited. Gene polite hated both blacks engines, and what about their Brennan wanted. Yes. Other famous and, and oh, Errol Flynn. Yes. But John Houston beat the crap out, of course, Jon Houston, didn't like people who were anti semitic or anti Black, John Houston was like a liberal bastion, and had a famous Hollywood party when Flynn was drunk and going on. And on about the Jews. Houston took him outside and Flynn those prepared to beat the crap out of him. And Houston beat the crap out of Flynn. Wow. What stuff? Yeah. That's a great story. I was thrilled when I heard that. So all this stuff, Ron that you're exposed to as a kid, and your book, sorta tell John use. Way that cut out. Wait a minute. Let's go back a bit in, in history. Benjamin. Franklin dated. But it never went anywhere because he was always on fucking. Right. By the way, what you told me on the phone about a stair was interesting that you asked him who he thought the best answer was that a apart from himself was surprise answer? Well, his his stead answer was, you know, you can't you can't take a who's the champion dancer like who's the greatest baseball. But because there are a lot of great played a lot of great dancers, and, you know, Bobby van was a great dancer, and Gene Kelly. But finally, when day said fuck, Gene Kelly. Me enough. So we didn't have to go through the ritual of being accepting of everybody. Fantastic. Minoring zero mostel us to do something about opera singers when he was senior, most steady, and he had a guy, Phil Leeds, who is an actor a blacklisted from Bill leads. So, yeah, he say interview me I'm senior most deli. So he would say, please senior steadily. What do you think about the following opera singers that federal she'll tell Veena pig? You'll see Burling a pig. He said Robert Merrill, bet. Atoll. Yeah. A little opera background in his last day was days horse on alley mcbeal, who was a Philly. Philly's? I think he played Hank Kingsley's agent on the Larry Sanders. Did that's right? And it was famous during the blacklist he's being interviewed in front of the house in American. I've tended activities committee and Senator McCarron said, all right. Mr. leads, you keep you keep denying your -ffiliated with fellow travelers? But if it walks like a duck, and it quacks like a duck and it looks like a duck and fills his all stop you right there. I'm not a duck. I'm a swan. Held him in contempt for that. Oh damn. I wanna talk to keep trying to talk about the book Ron, please do Gilbert, interrupts me to ask you about Carol, Wayne, and who your favorite anti-semites. Tight semites. Certainly. Did the American Naci party? One of those shows they tried. You are you, you're reading comic books you were you were reading pulps, you reading comic strips out if this is what your sort of your first step toward becoming a writer, and a storyteller. It really was because I was so thrilled to be able to escape the confines of Witton West Virginia and the prospect of being bombarded in the winter with snow balls that had been turned to ice. And inside of each snowball was a piece of jagged mill slag. Oh. So that when the ball snowball hit you it exploded, and the piece of sharp slag with cut, whatever you had on if it didn't cut you. So this is one of the Christmas specials that my brother, and I always ran from, but I shouldn't tell you this. My mother was a fanatic about medicine. She loved doctors, and so she always slept, my brother and meet to doctors and she invented problems that we didn't have since. Oh, I remember, never forget this when I'm like six and my no, it was five and my brothers three and she takes us to a gland specialist and he strips us and stands us on his desk. And he looks very solemn. And he says to my mother, their testicles have not descended. I realized your five or six to stand up and paying testicle hits the stem of bang the other testicle hits. And then, you know, you're okay. On the subject of this. How did you avoid beatings and bullying growing up in cost? I'm so cool. That was the wardrobe that got them. The plaid shirts he grew up in Coney Island. I mean it was, you know, it was a different a different mix. It was Coney Island crown heights. Yeah. It's, hey, antisemites show up everywhere, always said to feeling that if I were a an explorer of the galaxy wherever I'd land. I'd see a sign. No Juzar dogs. Funny. Yes, you didn't under this was fun to me or interesting to me. You said you didn't understand why why Nazis were depicted as evil in the comic books, but not Germans. Yes. I didn't you elaborate on that? Yeah, it was one of those things that made me think how easy it is to learn to hate. In fact, it's one of the simplest lessons to pick up, so in comic books, the Nazis were bad, but the Germans were okay. And yet, the Japanese were all mad good Japanese. And I thought just the law of numbers, you know, couple million Japanese, there have to be at least two good guys shaky. And Dwight you know. And began to make me aware of how readily hatred can be passed onto enquiring young minds that are just looking to escape in a four color universe of fun and games. And the example I use in my book as the book, little black Sambo, would you every little kid had that book or somebody read it to him, and it was about a little black boy, who's caught up in a palm tree, while Tigers are running around, because they want to eat him. And the more they run around, they finally turned into melted, butter and syrup for his pancakes. But the idea that, that little black Sambo was okay. So I ask and by book and I asked myself, what if a book was little Jew Sheki? How would I feel about that? And I don't know what would be running around under the tree. I guess, processor personal injury. Lawyers. And, and then keep going until you pledge to Israel. But whatever it was I it just it just made me aware of I could have been turned into an anti something or other very quickly. If I I didn't question it. Yeah. And this is something that bothers, you your whole life, because we were talking on the phone about when you got some meat TIMMY, Rogers. Yes. And, and Scotman Cruthers another guy you befriended. And this obviously with something you fought against your whole life, something that made you sick, the way, these people were treated and did by the business as well. Absolute the general population, you bet. We'll show business is not an exemplar of human conduct as the quail, and who fucked Carol away. We'll tell me. Callback. You don't get questions like that. In nuclear science. Get your questions in June. In physics and mathematics. I wonder who Einstein is fucking. And nobody gave a shit. That's not what it's about Joe business. That's the first order first quarter. We'll talk later about about TIMMY, and guy hurt their well, like black performers who would have really beautiful expensive cars, because they were successes. But no place to park, the car. I've heard that too. I've heard that too doormen wouldn't take it. Yeah. Yeah. What breaks your heart to is that story about how do you McDaniel winning the Oscar? Yes in one thousand nine thirty nine and having to wait out in the kitchen we she couldn't sit in the. They main room is big, isn't it? It is sickening. Well, I was happy to hear that Jack Benny would not play anywhere. We're Rochester, couldn't stay in the same hotel. Yes. I'd heard that. And also Sinatra was Sammy would not appear if there was any of that crap. But it took people have courage, who had some stature and a willingness to put their into stick their neck out, and that remains to be true and today, of course, there's such ferocity and immediate response on the negative side that it's really like somebody's trying to unwind history. And go back to those good old days, which, you know, where the German American bund was all over New York City and the slogan of germ German American bund was George Washington had been here. Now he would have been abundant member. So incredible. Yep. It could always come again. I believe that me too. Yeah. So how does a kid who escapes into all this stuff? Who's reading comic book now house, did he goes. If you've never touched her. Caroline raids Carol, Wayne have firm round boons. Oh, good. I'm glad she's getting the attention. She deserved. Poor thing. Plot. Short life. You know she died tragically. Yes. Oh, that's right. Drowned. Yep. Oh my God. There's another bit for your act Gilbert. Tate did BUSTER Crabb fuck. Oh drought. Fash gordon. He was. There you go. Yes. Lovely guide. Chuck McCann made a movie, starring BUSTER Crabb. Sure. And I don't know if you've ever seen the movie, but projectionist that no, this was an all the other one. The it's been variation of the producers, where to. Are going to make a movie with an old action star, the comeback trail. That's it, and they haven't short his life. So what they do is they figure. He's so weak and ill that they'll put all of these stunts in front of him. And he'll die performing them and BUSTER Crabb plays this character. And in the course of the movie, of course, he gets really buff and strong, and they can't kill him. But the movie kept running out of money. So there are plenty of scenes went Chuck. Mccain gets in a cabin. He's thirty eight. Then he gets out and he's fifty nine. And you just have to be willing to go with that. Was that her Harry Hurwitz, the same guy that made the projectionist? I think it was I think it was. And you got to know Chuck a little bit. I know he played Ben Grimm in the fence here. Well this week we had him on here. Terrific guy, lovely guy. Yeah. I love how Ron know so many people that he's able to take everyone of your perverse, requests turn into a winning antics. And. Got a BUSTER crabs authority, and he did so much for Israel. I don't know what exactly find out what's to grab. I heard made a fortune selling those like rubber t-shirts really. I would like cold. You know what you mean? Well, obviously, that's why couldn't fuck away. Allergy. I'm going to get back to the book. If it kills me, Ron lease. I gotta listen to your funny stories here, we, we can keep Gilbert, entertained for a moment. You've got you've got to tell them the Jackie Vernon. Lenny, Bruce story. It was working for Jackie Vernon. And he told me a story, which he later told on Joe Franklin or some other one of these shows that nobody sees unless they have insomnia and their rat, right before the last rites are performed. Anyway, he said, I'm rooming with Lenny, Bruce. He said they one of us as a gig. He says, we're starving and Lenny says listen I got I got an idea how much money you got. Jackie he said, I like a dollar seventy. He's says I have about the same. That's three forty three fifty. He's, here's what we do we go to the butcher store, and we get a big knock worst. He says you put it in your pants. We go to a Chinese restaurant. We have the ten course feast, he said, the Chinese day, hate gay guys. They hate Fags, so the minute we finished dinner, you get under the table. And you I'll put the knock worst between my knees and you go down and suck than awkward. They'll see it. They'll throw us out. We won't have to pay a dime. So he said, we did this, and then I got a gig and I said, okay, Lenny, now, we don't have to do this anymore. And he said, oh, I ate the knock where six weeks ago. Oh, let's do a little of your Jackie Vernon for running you. Promise them. Who some slow? My. Thrown the quirks. Here. We all from the waist up. Just the bunch of Hudson ropes. Pretty good. Very good. Not bad death of his uncle was a weird guy. Oh, how did that one go buying cherry pie? The automatic the little door came down on the back of his neck. Loves Jackie Vernon. Yeah. So how does it kid as I was starting to say who grew up on all this? I heard Jackie Vernon you still love to drop his pants in public behind. I never do that. Yeah. Someone who worked with him said he'd walk around, like a supermarket and go to woman who's standing in the aisle somewhere and he'd suck his stomaching, and that would make his pants. It's no. It's no pudding roles coins in your pocket. Many go, go. Oh, sorry. That's the prising that's an element of his character. I was unaware of interesting. I thought it was just Cormick and devil Chamberlain. And I, I met Jackie Vernon and he's. Oh, poked Carl. Somebody had to he's not going to let it go run. No, I. Gilbert, commits. And should be. So how did you decide to become an architect? This is what this is what throws me about your, your life story because you're obviously a storyteller from a very young age. You're obviously fascinated by this world. And telling stories is an architect used to get in trouble. Yeah. Imagine example, a very nervous guy. Asked did did the steel arrive for the building. I said, yeah, but it's all bent out of shape. It's all sort of curlicue. He grabbed his heart and had a heart attack right there. Holy shit yet. And I'm trying to explain it was a joke. I'm kidding. It's okay. God. God. I would tell you how I knew I had to stop being an architect. Yeah. I get a call in the woman says, is this Friedman, the fantastic architect? No, no. You have the wrong number. She says, not so fast. I'm giving you coffee blonde. She you should do the less void in modern. I'm not gonna interfere. I'm not gonna make up. Plus, I want us to do something that is absolutely within what you feel is your best aesthetic artistic, and she says, I have a half acre on Shenley Faulk. It's beautiful. You'll come and we'll talk, so I go there, there's a woman would blue hair and pedal pushers. And she says, Jake, it's the architect. Jake is reading their forwards, and he goes Ma. She says pay him no mind. These old fashioned he doesn't know she takes me into a room. She says, I'm not going to dictate but I would like an occasional piece in the living room. And I have these clippings from home and garden theater in stream you should look, I said, no, no, I'm not interested. I'm not she's. All right. I'm backing off. You're going to do what you've wish I just have one definite, you'd have to give me. I said, what's that? She says should be a ranch style house. I said, you mean one story she says, yes with a circular staircase? A said. One story house with a circular staircase. Do you wanna go up to the roof and she says, no, I'm afraid of heights? I said, then what's where's the circular staircase go? She says no place. But when we have parties, I'll get a girl invited us stand at the bottom, it'll look terrific. That was it for you. That was it. Commission. I should've taken it was fine from the gods to go. Now I gotta ask you and this, I spoke to you the last time. But my favorite episode of Charlie's angels, haste where Kate kidnap Sammy Davis junior. I read. Yes, I read episode. Yes, it saving Davis as Sammy Davis. And, but in a dual role because he's also her bear, the grocery store on. Yes. I forget, what he had car dealership or something, but he said they have the wrong man. I'm tired of being confused with that no talent skinny idiot. So I checked it over with, and I says, he if he would do it and the Aaron spelling put us together. So I was very happy to write that for Sammy. Very hit. And bad had a double the average show back then every Cup show had a joke ending. They did absolutely. And this one had to jokes. That's what stands out like they're all together in the room when they solved them they captured the kidnappers. Yes and, and say me as Herbert goes, Amna, coolish guy in this room and say me in a nonthreatening black fish does the fish and goes right on Sammy right now. Right on Herbert. And, and you figure that's enough. They already had the and then they come back and the angels are in their office. And Herbert shows up and goes, hey, we're only going to an opening, and they go, what? Oh, they're all excited. And he goes an opening of mine. I know groceries. And I thought this isn't a baris- -ment of riches. And the wonderful Patty Duke, double screen, I had not let this be my epitaph Gilbert. Abram members your Charlie's angels episode vividly better than I do. What's your Pellerin spelling? You like what are you like to say about Aaron spelling by loved Aaron spelling, because Aaron loved me, and there was not a guy who needed to fool around with material, if it was? Right. And it worked, he says, we're shooting this baby. And we did any bought your house, you like to say he did. Absolutely want some over there. He calls me eleven o'clock at night. He says the script just fell apart. I need a two hour starts getting much. We're going to reading Tuesday can you come over so I went over, and he has a police car always parked there, which was a s p police PD that was Aaron spelling productions p the 'cause he was always nervous about home invasion. So I said to him, you know, Erin, my mother's coming to visit. But my house is shabby compared to yours. Would you mind? If I pretend that this was my house. He said, I better check with candy. I. His wife. So we checks and he says, it'll be all right. When is she coming? But I killed the deal he can do it now. He was gonna fuck Carol way. Not. I didn't. Right. While Gilbert tries to remember, who our guest is. And what's your name? Fi words from our sponsor. Guys, remember the days when you are always ready to go now you can increase your proponent, and get that extra confidence in bed with blue shoe dot com. Below Joop brings you the first Shula both with the same FDA approved active ingredient as biogra- and Cialis. So, you know, they work you'll get take them anytime day or night. And since they're Chuo both. They weren't up to twice as fast as a pill this, it's just guys who can't perform. It's for any guy who wants extra function in hand their performance most guides talk a good game. But if your one and done balloon ju can even help you follow through far round to blow Jew. 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Get twenty five dollars off your first trip when you sign up with throw code Gilbert, at checkout. Terms apply. Brian. Now, you, you wrote an already Johnson. Special did. Oh, yes. Now if I'm not mistaken. Is this the special where sings secret man? I don't remember this is disturbing taste. It's already Johnson specials were there. He sings this song called secret man. And at the end of it, he goes, I'm a secret man, even to self bells run. No. But that's the most profound philosophy. I've heard Vince close cover before striking Verda Roseau find that he's not gonna find John singing great man. Not a chance. How did your family react, Ron? How does your mom react when you said you were gonna leave architecture to, to write stories for a living? She says it was a it was a bold stroke. You had no rich relations you had no nest egg, you had. No connections in the business euro-. Well, my mother took it the way my mother would took it. She says congratulations, good luck with you. Knew knife night, life. And before you go stop in the kitchen and get me a knife. I'm gonna put it in my heart 'cause all never knew. Did she stick around long enough to she Chevy did because? Stories. So she saw your she saw your success. She did good. But my mother never quite accepted it because we had it to the house, and we're having some caviar. And she says, from Kansas eating. Well, but you were making a nice living as an architect and Pittsburgh. So it was a risk. It was a big risk roll this aside. And, and at what twenty nine twenty nine I still at the time it felt logical. But I'm sure that's what every serial killer says, too. Pretty ballsy just seemed like the thing to do. And I it, it just felt right? And I found through the years when I go with that feeling I'm going to do okay. What happened? I when you got to the when you know, you took the place in Brooklyn, and was it was was Shelley Berman, a turning point were you writing for people right away? Shelly, Shelly was the turning point in Pittsburgh, because I was working seven days a week as the chief designer and field supervisor of, of a medium, Pittsburgh, architectural firm, I had my own practice and I couldn't clear ten grand a year. And I thought I'm never going to get my kids educated if I can't clear that much. So I thought, why don't I just get into writing because that'll be cornucopia of money ridiculous. But that just seemed like it. I'll give it a shot. Right. So I sold my practice. Well, what I did. I is a called Shelley Berman who is playing the vogue terrace in Pittsburgh, which for Pittsburgh was a classy nightclub classy. They were toilets for ladies and you know, it was it was a reasonable experience. So anyway, I'd met him at summer stock, and I call them and reminded him to make him believe he remembered me, and I said, I can write for you said, mach Novi can right from you. Can't write from me. I write for me. Yeah. I'm as I, I said, well, why don't you just look, will you look he says, I write here's my address semi something. So I wrote some stuff and send it to him. Four weeks later, he calls up. And he says, monkey can do this yet come to New York. I'm doing I'm doing to the Perry. Komo's show get you an agent see at the KOMO show. So emitted arrangements I go to New York. I go to the komo's show and they're showing I said Shelly, Ron Friedman from Pittsburgh. He says, I'm having a nervous breakdown, I'm going to Jamaica. I can't fake to you. I said, I came in from Pittsburgh. He said it will be there when you return. Changing my life. He says, I I'm going to Jamaica so anyway, my fraternity, brother. Gary Smith was the scene designer for the KOMO show Smith. And he said, did you bring any material with you? I says, yeah, I wrote about five pounds of stuff. He said, let me give it to Goodman ace who is the head writer of the KOMO show. So I gave it to Goodman ace who was a legendary radio writer and a damn good period. And I sat around with Gary, I think took me to lunch and I came back and good Manet, says, I register come with me. He takes me to the writer's room and he said, if any of these Jews dial hire you. He's. I don't have any money in the budget. He's about calling Larry are back at the William Moore's law office. I'll tell us decide you right away and then he'll sign you so over to see Larry are back and he says, good. He says you great. So you must be terrific. He says, but you have to come to New York, you can't write can't write from Pittsburgh. Nobody writes from Pittsburgh. So took me about a year sold my practice eleven dollars went to New York and wanted to write plays and, and movies. And they said, no, you're, you're gonna write for stand up and that, that's how it began. And you I mean, it happened pretty fast for you all things considered. It really did in the first the first three or four months it was very difficult. Nothing happened. And then I finished that year making ten times what I'd ever made my best year as an architect nice, and you didn't know this 'til I read the book you've dabbled in stand up yourself, I, I had to because many of the comics would read, what I gave them and they said, it's not funny. I said, it's funny, they say, you do it, so I do it I'd get laughs and they'd have to pay me. What? So you were just doing one liner material. That was doing the act. I wrote for the the for them. So TIMMY, Rogers was one of the first guys, one of the first. Okay. And can you perform the line, he would say after everyone out face punch lines to me. Yeah. I know it wasn't my issue mama. That was Sammy. Yeah. No. Yes. Oh, yeah. Mr. Oh, yeah. Exactly. Mr. all, Yelm, Mr. Knowles. Yes, after every joke you'd go. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. You're right. Absolutely right. And he said, they say that money, Cam, buy happiness. Now, people like Bob Hope Vanderbilt's. Being crows be, and Ella Fitzgerald. Do you think that happy only? Neighborhood in my neighborhood was no heat. There were no windows, no glass into window panes. He said the plumbing did not work, and there was nothing to eat, and then to depression came. His name is a bunch of times on this show. He was. She was the rally he'd open and closed with everybody wants go to heaven. Nobody wants to that was, yes. That was that was one of his big songs. The other one was flawed Jalappa. Oh, yeah. Call baby flaws you up. Flood up is her name met her in flora wetter in laws with jaw flaw. Whatever the hell it was. So you and you do the material to prove to these people that the material would work. Yes. It was TIMMY, one of them. Or did he buy in? No, no, TIMMY, was a big fan of mine. And right. I never did a an act for him until he really had some money in. That was to do an album, if I were president, when he would be the first black president. And it was a great cast was ruby. Dee Ossie Davis. Hell frommer stump from stump and stuff. He was the first black act to do white carbons and Sammy stole that from from Hal. Wow. He was just fantastic. So now you're stumping stumping were like the black Martin and Lewis. Yeah. That they, they were really funny, wild and funny. Yeah. So you're doing stand up now to prove to these some of these clients that the materials work. Yes, other cases they're buying in. They're buying out there buying material outright. I was I was desperate, I had to do it. I you know, I put everything on the line. So I was normally kind of reserved guy was an architect. I could take don't go up and say, hey, did you hear about this doorbell rings? Whorehouse Madam door basket. No arms. And no legs. She says, what are we going to do with you? Is that I rang the bell did I? Frank Lloyd Wright never bothered with that shit. Use that one. Party. I am pay. Very good. Yes. Perfect with your. They grow who, who are some of the other comics some of the other performers that you're writing for at this period. Oh, God have to fake Corbett, Monica, Monica. Jackie cain. Jackie hey, we know. Trying to think hard now of God. Jimmy Cazenove Jimmy Cazenove go Persky wrote for Jimmy Cazenove when he was starting out, Persky and done off. Yep. Yeah. One of the most interesting, one was in heiress Dame Nell Webster, she was a lovely girl, and she inherited unbelievable fortune. But her dream was to be a stand up comic. Oh, so I've met her. I said, get over this dream. Insane. You do not need to go to these toilets and show them, you're funny, and she says, no. And I want to be funny and I wanna be clever, and you're clever, and you'll make me funny and clever. So anyway, I, I wrote an act for her and she says, I'm, I'm I mean, Erie, Pennsylvania, would you come down and watch the act? So I had to do it because she was nice. The opening act was dock, sir. See anybody remember doctors Ocsar Siegel. No. Well, he was a large guy in a tuxedo, and he had a padlock on his fly. He came out singing, what is the number calypso. What is the number and people would yell sixty nine he did know it until he heard like forty other numbers? And then sixty nine was the number. You'd open this Pavlak, take dick. That was his act. I've written material for client, and she's going to follow this. Thought search and his padlock. Yeah. BS. Pulley HSA Gump the police, don't why ever happened to this girl. I don't know if she was lovely person. I, I hope she found another calling. I'm sure she must have. How did you make the transition from, from writing for these performers in toilets, as you like to describe them, and they were into television. Well, the first television job, I got was writing for, for car fifty four. Where are you? Gobert old pre I love that you I did too. And I particularly like the Fred. Fred Gwynne, Fred, Gwynne, just a lovely guy. Very good artist as well. And Joey Ross was his co star. So I'm in there with George foster, who is a very good writer, who was doing a script with me. He's, you know, he liked me and he says, come on, we're going to do a script for this show. So in there with net hiking and hiking secretary comes in. She says NAT Joey, Joey's here. I guess divorces final so NATs, I'm going to call them in, but I want to give you a little heads up on him. He says, you know, Joey always Mary's hookers. So then he divorces them and this probably be number five or six so be ready. So joy comes in, and, you know who that was his act. Sure I got a dog a Mexican spits in Europe. So. Any net said, you got a divorce. I hear your divorce vices Yay says, but I figured out, you know, he's I being married to a Hooker, like being married to a doctor. She would get calls in the middle of the night. She had to go. I mean this is. But I figured out he said it was a bargain. That's what do you mean a bargain. He says, well, I figured out how many times I fucked I was fucking for fifteen dollars. She charges fifty. Ahead of the game. Yes, you know, this famous story where I think I don't know if it was Johnson. And johnson. There. With this all. They were the sponsors and the sponsors. Stop by the set of car fifty four. Hank Garrett told us that story. Yeah. It was on. Yeah I heard it a few times. And, and it's like they were walk. They said Hello. Ola Lacasse, the ho- cash shook the hands and posed for pictures and they passed by Joey roses dressing room. He was there with the door open shirking off. Well self expression is what is so that car? Fifty four episode never aired never the show was cancelled the show is I heard that hike and said he doesn't know if he's doing another show or not. But if he does, it's not going to have Joey worlds in it. Yes. Yeah. But the other great things said about, Joey Ross is he came in eating a sandwich, and it was horrible to watch. And when he lived when he lived hike and said, he's great with dry food. Okay. So the car, fifty four episode doesn't air because the show gets cancelled. So what's the what's the sort of the breakthrough credit? I wish breakthrough moment and television. I mean, you your I m db page, and you and I were talking about this on the phone and you said a lot of it is not here. Yes, it, it's only a partial list read. One of them was the Jerry Lester show, of course, the first thing they have you on. They have you here for as Jerry lesser show in the victim Borge show, both in sixty three that sound right. That's probably I can't remember. But Victor was a great guy. We really got along terrifically. Well, and the summit of had great moments with Victor, he'd call from any place in the world. Then, you know, like I need I need a joke for stood guard. And of course German jokes. I mean, what could be simpler? But I got to know pretty well. And I asked him Victor when you were brought here because, you know, all the Jewish Danes they were evacuated. They would take into safety. I said, did you speak English? She said, no, he said, I only spoke Russian French, and Dutch, German Yiddish, but they went on with fifteen other languages. He's, but it didn't talk English. I well, how did you learn English? He says, well, one of the first places I stayed was like the Danish seamans rest it was. Oh, tell for Danish. Norwegian seamen, and it was near forty second street. He said like go in and see movies watch movies all day for ten cents. He said, so I was learning English by watching movies until a friend of mine says Victor, you can't watch the movies anymore. And I said, why not he says you sound like a gangster? He was. George testing. How did you get to The Danny Kaye show? Was that the Vaughn meter thing that you were writing? That was it. Yeah. The live on meter show. But the lat the one meter after Kennedy was assassinated said, what am I going to do? Now. I said, you wait, six months. All right. You knew act. So that's what happened. It was at the Blue Angel. And of course, because Kennedy was beloved and vonda eater was equally. So as Kennedy surrogate, the place was mobbed with all media. I mean magazines even the Reader's Digest was there. I mean who was unbelievable and jammed and Shelley Berman shows up into tuxedo to introduce me. Because I'm his discovery then introduce von and then vaunted the act and all of the reviews were the same that the act was, was brilliant that the material was brilliant. But von was an indifferent performer, and Danny Kaye was at that show with Perry lafferty about that. And said you're coming to California, I said, under no circumstances. I hate California, but he made me. An offer I had to go, and then I it sort of all comes from that it all stems from getting that Danny Kaye show. I guess, and I heard we've heard from a couple of guests that Danny Kaye was approved. He could be absolutely. But he, he liked me. I still don't know why I think it was. Because Perry lafferty says tell them about Frank Lloyd Wright. The first time I sitting in a meeting with Danny, and I had to tell my Frank Lloyd Wright story, and that impressed Danny because he took me aside afterward. And he said that little prick was an anti Semite. Yeah. He was. Kind of a half ass bond. But we're playing word associations with Danny one day stops into annoy the writers playing word salt pepper black white. Somebody said mother Danny said gas chamber. All mothers should be gassed. Wow. Yeah. Wall, dark guy Danny Kaye. He could be. Yeah, we've had as I said you on the phone. We've had two hundred of these shows and we've had people who disliked Anne tremendously like Jamie. Farr Bernie Capelle. And then we had Joyce in here, Joyce van Patten, who liked him very much. He loves Joyce. And he he he liked me again. Who knows why? But I was grateful that he did that to people, we've got nothing but bad reviews. Well, say Danny Kaye, and Joey Bishop. Yes. So, yeah, Joey was difficult. Let's put it that way. That's the word now. That's the show. Did you work with Joey Bishop? He was a guest on a Chevrolet special that I wrote and had no problem with them. He did all the material. He was happy with it. Never got that. Yeah. So how that happens. I don't know. But I'm looking at these credits. The Danny Kaye show in sixty four love on a rooftop. We talked about Gilligan's island. Yep. Got to know Bob, Denver pretty well. Did I know I knew him pretty well because he had been on max Schulman's the secret loves of. And maximum was a good friend. So the fact that I know max when Bob, Denver played the Maynard, G Krebs, the beatnik. Yes. So he, he was immediately responsive because of the max connection. So what was he like Bob? Yeah. Very sweet guy. Usually stoned. Liked his cannabis. Yeah. Lovely guy. Now I heard that Marianne. To deliver cannabis to I mean real life it's entirely possible. I, I don't know about the dark side of show business. Gilbert. What about The Danny Thomas block party in nineteen? Sixty seven did you like working with, Danny? I only barely worked with him. Worked with them just enough for him to show me as gun. Perfect. He said, this is Roscoe. And if you mess with me. You're gonna meet Rosco. Wow. I heard some director was working with, Danny Kaye and not tanning Kate anytime it's some director was working with, Danny Thomas. Danny Thomas would chew tobacco and spit and fit would go pass the stricter. And he said, would you stop that? And danny. Thomas took out his gun and placed it on the table. Like, and he said, this is so I don't have to move a do anything. Well, once things are explained. It's a lot of. Yes. Yeah. We've heard that from several people. No, I yeah. Luckily I know nothing about about now. Now, what else have you heard about any time? Don't take the bate run. No, it's just him and kill way. No. Let me try to get back to the book, even though Gilbert will fight me at every turn. The book is called. I killed Optimus prime and famous me. Yes. So sumi. Yeah. Oh, so Sumi. Yeah. And you did kill him as prime transformers movie because Hasbro so demanded us. Yes, they did. Yeah. And I told them they'd have to replace him within ninety days and they said, absolutely not. But they did you don't just kill big daddy. You know you don't kill Odin. If you're doing Norse mythology you don't kill if you're doing Greek mythology. You don't kill Optimus prime if you're doing transforms mythology, but you so you put up a fight, but you, it's a fight. You lost labor paying me. I'm. Yes. So it follows you around a bit people some fans well for different here for the decision for years. People would stop me on the street, and they would say you son of a bitch, I was six years old. I went into c- transformers the movie and you killed off. Thomas prime. Would you please sign my underwear? For years. It makes it good hook for a book, though, run. It was absolutely. That needed to be written. Absolutely. And I should say that the book is also filled with stories anecdotes, some of the actors that were referring to also this. There's some writing to'real cz. Yes, there's some good stuff about how to write a script stories think it could be hopeful, which is valuable and some comedy pieces original comedy. What do you think are some of the biggest mistakes in writing movies and TV writers, make one of them is trying to write for the ages? When I first began writing I figured would Shakespeare approve of this sentence, and he wouldn't have. So I'm stuck trying to be great. And the answer is don't get stuck trying to be great. Just try to express yourself as clearly as you possibly can and try to be as honest and familiar with what you're doing so that people. Can relate to it immediately of had a lot of students over the years because I taught screenwriting at USC for almost eighteen years teaching at fifteen years at Chapman, university film, school and many writers will say I'm going to write something that is so unique, so different so groundbreaking it's I would say, great who the fuck is going to know what it is. There's the touchstone of storytelling is the family because everybody understands what a family is stressed that in the book, because it's true. That's how we relate to the world, the idea of family and story. Go together. Everybody understands a crazy Onckelinckx who moons the school bus everybody understands the old, aunt, who thinks that she still looks terrific and has always trying to show the tits. Everybody understands the mean stepfather or the nasty uncle or the crazy crazy. Nephew, who will never straight not. He's always going to be twelve years old, even if he's eighty eight everyone understands this, and when we understand in recognized the humanity, the familiarity, the family Ness of characters we're home. We'll watch anything. It doesn't matter if it's on Mars or under the water in, or in twelve feet of Meatloaf if we recognize the Uman's, we get it, we go with it. We're home free. What you use use classic examples. Classic storytelling. There was a vase. Yep. As an example, or Star Wars. Yes, exactly. People playing familial roles. And when you recognize that you can deal with surrogate families. I mean every cop show is a surrogate family as is every medical show as every law show as every space opera it's about the family members Chewbacca. We get it. That's uncle MU. Okubo balking. Another thing that I think, writers have to fight, as you know, all of us grow up on movies and TV so there are certain ways that people talk and act that is just the way they talk and act in movies and TV. Absolutely right. Absolutely right. And that is that's often stilted and feels phony, and what it is, is the audience sort of recognizes that these aren't you in being talking to each other. These people lecturing me on plot points, which is now that, you know, this, I'm going to show you that. So when this comes back in the next scene, you'll recognize it came right out of my ass. And it's not really a relic from the Smithsonian. And this is this is something that plagues beginning writers where what they do is they write about things rather than right to things, and they write dialogue that is about the plot points. And the things that they're trying to plant, and it doesn't feel like real people talking well, one of my all time favorites. Always talk about this is in beyond the sea with Kevin Spacey, the Bobby, Darin. And Bobby Darrin says to his manager John Goodman. You know, I'm nowhere microbes nowhere, and, and John Goodman. I feel bad for. Because he goes, what are you kidding me? Bobby nineteen sixty four you know performer of the year in Vegas. You've got seven platinum albums you are nominated for an Academy Award for Dr Newman. He is real list exa- exactly exhibition. And on the next page, I will tell you how much you weighed at your last birthday. It's exactly bad writing, and they had a TV movie with a guy playing Robin Williams. We're supposed to be there with Robert Evans, and he goes, and he goes, Hohaia doing Robin, and he goes, I'm doing great. I'm doing the movie Popeye with the esteem Turkic to robbed old and here I am sitting in Malta with you, the producer of the godfather. Valuable permitS' and many social engagements. Yes, you're talking about a lot of that stuff in the book, but also your your own journey from making the transition from writing for performers to writing for television, and then having to try to get away from the typecasting of being a comedy guy yet trying to make the transition into our longs. Well they always talk about the glass ceiling for women. It was a cast iron ceiling in show business where you're typecast, you know. So if you play a corpse, who's from outer space, that's what you do. You cannot do anything else. And if you wrote for stand up, that's what you, do you write material, if you wrote sketch comedy variety. That's what you, do you can't write half you, right? Half hour, you can't write drama. If you read drama, our drama, you can't write a movie. It's ridiculous. So you're always battling that always. Yeah. And yet you managed to break through in every. Every genre. Well every every every format I hope so. And the next one is Broadway. I have a play now that hopefully will do that. Oh, good. Oh, good. And tell us about working Chico and the man. Did that come from? Calvert sprints. I really love pretty prints, and Freddie, really loved my work. And in fact, he told Jimmy COMEX, I want Ron to write all the scripts from now on and COMEX was furious. All Jimmy was generally a friend, but Freddie, really liked what I did. And so the story editor Mike Morris used to come in with challenges for me to see if I could screw up. So he said, this one, I want the Jack Albertson to do act one and the Freddie, to do act to that's it. The other actor, they have no scenes, they have seen together. But it's a monologue for each one of them. So I did that and it worked great great, and Jimmy was pissed off that it work, but Freddie was just a wonderful guy. I really, I really liked Freddie a lot. He was a brilliant dancer, by the way and wonderful musician and the I watched him kill himself with cocaine. And the I called an executive NBC, and I said you're going to have to shutdown Chico for a while and get Freddie clean because he's going to kill himself. I just sees shoving cocaine is they said that's not your concern. That's the producers concerned and the producer has things. Well in hand and stay out of it. Well, and just I watched him kill himself was was horrible to watch just horrible because he was really funny. Really brilliant. And a nice kid I probably had a really big career ahead of him. He did. Yeah. Where'd you pull that one out Gilbert? Yeah. She tell us about Jack Albertson Jack was great. Because Jack was a real pro and real pros as you know, really know what it is. They do and they know how to do what they do, and they know when you know what you're doing or not. And so to be accepted by Jack as somebody who knew what he was doing was always great for me. And when I got that kind of response from a lot of outstanding professionals it made me feel really good. Because I know it's not Matic. You really have to learn it. You have to feel it and you have to understand it. And that's when the artistry comes when you're stuck something isn't working. What do you do? Where do you go? How do you fix it? If you're a pro, you'll find a way and you don't leave anybody on the beach when you do it, you bring them along with you. And, and that was great with Jack because. Because Jack really, really knew where it was where it was happening how to make it happen. And I saw him do the subject was roses on Broadway. He was terrific and that, so it didn't matter what the job was he? He understood he knew. And, you know, Gilbert, you know exactly what you do. And how you do it, you know, when to do it, and to what extent and I said, before when we first met that you really commit to the material, which a lot of people can't, and don't and to me, they're, they're not professional, if they don't commit to the material. About that guilt. Oh, wow. His problem is trying to be too good. Run. Writers, those writers, you were talking about this back talking about performer, Jack Albertson, who was fun and easy and a professional and, and going in the opposite direction. Tell us tell us Shelley winters. You did. You did a punch-up on Minnie's boys. I did my, the Broadway my dear friend director Stanley Prager stars Prager. Great guy, he was did The Danny Kaye show directed at briefly, and Danny decided he wanted to go with the choreographer, not Stanley. Anyway, stand got the job of picking up replacing a director on Minnie's boys, which was the story, the Marx brothers. Starring Shelley winters as many marks, you bet. So I got a call from Sasha, and he says, get here immediately, this show is not making it. It's terrible. We're having all kind of problems come in right away. See the show. I got your tickets down front, and you'll see what we're up against anyway. He also said, by the way, Shelley comes out in a rabbit suit, because they do in number when many marks and Marx brothers are younger in the March brothers addressed in bunny, suits, and she's wearing a rabbit suit, but she's a nervous eater. And this has been in in preview. So. Many times, she's put on eighty pounds. You got like mine rabid suits. The problem is she has a week singing voice, so to suits are miked. So. Sitting in row. Three and the orchestra behind two rows of young, palm would've would MIR Long Island. Party. Guys wearing Shrem. Lls. With long sideburns, and their seven the ideal the crowd as she comes out, and she singing in the rabbit suit, mama rainbow. She's farting. And a woman in front that says fusses does. Feedback. Where? Loose Stadler junior was playing grad show. Fabulous rewrite featuring him as the star of the show narrating, and it was a hell of a good rewrite and stand prayers as this is great. He says, but the producer thinks Shelly show he'll never never accept this. But we're going to use the changes you made and he says, but there's going to be an actor's equity meeting on stage. You might as well stay for that. The equity meeting was the cast was up in arms because Shelly was unprofessional. She was showing up late. She didn't know align. She was drifting away, and they wanted to go out walk out in protest and rolling winters was the equity deputy, and he said, please, please, there's nothing wrong with Shelly that can't be fixed by taxidermy. Zolt was everybody laughed like hell and they kept showing up. That's a great story now Roland winters. He was one of the Charlie. Yeah. That's, that's what Frank said it probably was. But he was flows zig field. So I was can you tell Gilbert, the and our listeners what you told me about your friend, Tony Randall? Oh, yeah. Tony I love Tony. I love Jack they really, they were difficult guys. But they were really great individuals unique characters. And one of the things that Tony love to do was go to the climax theater, which was a porn movie theater. This was a sexual revolution was just coming to the fore, where they had these porn movie theaters. So the climax was near paramount, and I said, Tony, Tony, aren't you worried that somebody's going to say I saw Tony Randall in the climate? He says, oh, no, there's so many more important people than I are here they wouldn't dare. You wrote some great odd couple up to Ron love doing 'cause I like Jack Antonia lot, then they were very responsive. Yeah. We could go up and down this list like we did last time. I'm trying to I'm trying to pick out some goodies here. Tell us again. Curious. What are the I don't know what upset your wife who's sitting there next? But what exactly I'm won't put this question on my resume. What are the circumstances, the exact circumstances surrounding Pat? Mccormick defiling Jonathan winters swimming pool. Oh, god. I I wasn't there. I, I. On this one. Yeah. So I I don't wanna talk about it because I wasn't there and there are people who were there that take this very seriously that it is their story. Okay. You know. So I it's unusual when people are fighting over a turn in the pool, but. We'll tell us since the last time, we spoke, you lost a very good friend, and that was the great Stanley. Oh, yeah. Yeah. Tell it tell us something about STAN. Stan was a wonderful friend, and a great guy, and we became good friends almost immediately. Lee Mendelson who produced peanuts and the Garfield introduced us, and we just started talking right away, and it was easy and comfortable. And STAN, of course, I admired what he had done with Spiderman, and all of his characters sure where superior because he recognized that like the pantheon of gods in mythology. If the gods have feet of clay, or various other human Fraley frailties. They become more important more significant, you know, it took awhile for superman to invent crypt on because otherwise it's just going to beat the shit out of this week, you know, it doesn't matter that here at comes, it's okay. I got it. Well, that was his genius wasn't among other things realizing they had to have all mobility's it really was, and he was a genius, and he was always a shamed of himself for not having written, the great American novel. And a lot of people didn't understand this. About stand. Stan was child of the depression, and he was always afraid he was going to lose his job. He really was in fear of that, all of his success with the fact that he was an indelible icon himself and couldn't be replaced. He was still fearful about losing his job. And I watched some people that he worked for that I worked for as well treated him. Shabbily really as much as saying, well, you know, you do comic strips we do movies, and I hated that because there was a kind of sendoff for STAN at the Chinese theater, when a lot of these looked like a comic con convention. Really? But a lot of those people that he had worked for that when out of their way to say how much they revered him and adore him. They treated him like shit, so standard Hollywood hypocrisy, but he was a wonderful guy, and when he was in. The army he got an unusual assignment, which was his commanding officer said the accountants, the accountants are going crazy, because the families of the soldiers are not getting their checks in time. And I have depressed the counts, and I want you to find a way to cheer them up. So STAN wrote a marching song an army marching song for the accountants. Edit improved morality, extent that he got a medal? Never knew that. Yes. The next time you see accountants marching and singing, you'll know where the song came from I, I know, the Mary marvel marching society. I wonder if they had its roots in that it could have for Jewish Walt Disney I agree. That's what he is. That's what he was really a creator who understood what it was that he was doing that was unique, and what was unique about it. There are a lot of people that kind of luck into celebrity or luck into skills and their heralded for having those skills. But many of them don't recognize exactly what is unique about their skill. They can't duplicate it. So if they lose the job or something, somebody turns away from them, they're lost. They can't reconstruct the can't adapt which, again is the Mark of professional the ability to be able to adapt to the circumstances. So STAN was adaptable in the extreme, as was Disney. And when I was introduced Disney. He said, call me Walt. I said, call me your excellency. It did not go over. Now I heard with getting back to the Aud couple that they really were those characters in real life true to an extent. That's true. But Felix didn't go to the climax theater. Oh, yes Felix, not, because the seats would be dirty, put paper on the seats. They were Jack was a guy who loved the track he loved horses. They he had a very good horse. I forget the name of that. He got an acclaiming race and it was a gelding but hadn't been gilding Klugman would not have died. He'd have stayed of live just to see two-horse reproduce. And Tony, of course, was an opera lover and an aesthete's it was well aware of history and furniture and the history of costume, and a lot of other things, and certainly the theater, he knew the theater brilliantly, and he put together an American stock company into your. Yeah. He sure did. And did some terrific productions? But of course, the audience wasn't there for, which is a shame. Let's plug the book. Oh, yes, I killed Optimus prime so soon. I'm going to read, because we had a mistake, Ron I gave Gilbert, my copy by mistake, and I got his we're going to switch, but it allowed me to read what you wrote for him. Okay. As much as much as it pains me, I'm going to pay him, another compliment through you to Gilbert, a daring comedic force of nature impervious to the indifference of all those law souls, devoid of sense of humor and doomed to dine on gentile food through turn. Ity. That's the nicest thing anyone. Least I could do Gilbert. Because it's Irv as veal has birthday. Oh, really? It's Shakespeare's birthday today and your pal. Alan Oppenheim and Oppenheim. Do you have one, Irv ace story where you last time you told us about him carrying a piece into the men's room? Yes to, to ward off to, to frighten off, Lookie, loos example, to look at you have anything else on on, on urva in his honor. In his honor. Let me think. Well, I wrote a an episode of fantasy island. In which the attempt was to create a children's version of fantasy island that could run concurrently with the adult version. So in it, I created like the bizarro half of the of the company, so Mr. Rourke and tattoo were one half and the other half was wait a minute. Wait a minute. This is this the one with red buttons. No. I don't think seven I knew grid. And he was going to play of mine, and any died. Erin schwab. What you say about the fantasy island, so it was God he was married to Esther Williams and Fernando Lumper, Nando Llamas, and Billy Barty Zoro half, and they were these competing characters laughing and. Veigh took me a side, and he said he's not really dwarf. That's Billy Barty. I said, what do you mean? He's not really a tour. He doesn't have it here touches he doesn't have it here inside. I still going. What but see the whole idea that your door funding inside? And if you don't have it, it doesn't matter if three feet tall, you're not a real. I saw an episode of fantasy island that was red buttons. And Billy Barty also playing the evil. We'll look this up and, and Billy Bharti's name was hubba hubba. No that wasn't wine. I don't know. I don't think so. I have to say I did fifty four fantasy islands. They're sort of like a curtain of nothing in front of my. Sure. Fifty four fantasy islands every actor you thought was dead was in one of the episodes. So you're the line and your book about the love boat. You say these are actors you only thought were dead. But once you saw them. The love that. Voice of ABC and Budweiser Goulard e that's it. Yeah. You wanna take us out with one of your, your wonderful Jewish Christmas, carols. Okay. I don't know if I can remember it's been awhile, but I'll just go through a few. Jingle. Bells min ski cells plumbing fixtures. Hey, this Christmas gets iovine a toilet and the nice day. Hey. Get the rest. And then there was we three girls from shaker heights. Cool king up DASA, because say the mints is a Jewish Princess. She sits on her to like those. And gets into making cookies, and they make cookie of moisture Diane you only one raisin for his eyes. So. And then there was little. Oh, tanenbaum. Oh, tanenbaum. What are you doing in the Christmas song? Where can people get their hands on these run? Your website or Email? You have to Email me, and it's twenty five dollars plus postage. Let me think what the other numbers might be in their thinking, thinking, thinking, oh, little town of Bethlehem. Altoona Scranton, too. I should not have open. They kosher or in anytime like you and goes on from there. Next time, we have you and again, there's much more to cover boy. We'll, we'll make sure Gilbert doesn't do it with you. One of those Christmas. I'll send the album and in between time I'm going to get on Google and Google cl- Carol, Wayne, and who after. Come of bangs. What would what would Irv ace about having to having Billy Barty play his double ganger? Doesn't have it here. Well, Irv eight villages used to get angry. I we heard at Tom Celik 'cause Tom cell he had the hit show. That's right. And he was jealous needs to go. Gun, get some pussy he should be getting the money and pussy. One day. I'm standing there. When he's he's bitching about the fact that he's limited to playing this one role. I could play a king. I can play anything. I can play a complete professional men. I could play loose Shakespeare, and Ricardo said, we're holding you back lit us. Release, you know, free. Jobs. Iran, that silenced him. God bless you. Hey, my pleasure to be with you again. And when I get to New York, I'll take you out to dinner. Are you coming? I hope so. I hope so too. There's one day what we're going to do is just go through your IMDB credits show by show. And just see if you have an anecdote about each one of these because it's, it's, it's Gilbert, and I were talking before we got, Sean. It's just it takes your breath away up by by the way. I just thought of something that is to me, very interesting. I bought an album, which was called Yiddish radio and in Yiddish radio from the York, there was this story doing the early days of aviation, a guy named Charlie LeVine decides we need gas stations for planes. They don't have them. He did it. He put series of, of gas stations, but little airports, and also some mechanics to provide, you know, treatment for planes like they were cars, and he decides that he's going to compete with Lindbergh to be the first one to fly the Atlantic solo he doesn't fly Levine's don't fly but he has a pilot. That's going to help him. And the pilot used to be a pilot along with another famous aerial acrobatic pilot named Chamberlain. So Charlie LeVine is ready to take off at the same time that Lindbergh's taking off. But he's such a pain in the ass the Tyler walks away so v. Back on the plane. And finally, the truth is they do land. They crossed the Atlantic after Lindbergh lands in Paris. They land in Berlin, but it's like an hour later. So it doesn't count. But yet ish radio decided they had a celebrate this. So this was the song, you got to celebrate a Jew as AFL. You gotta do it. Was Levin Levin. You're the hero of your race Levin Levin. Your greatest Jewish ace, we had a thrill when Chamberlain flew but you are up there, too. We're proud of you LeVine Levin, just an ordinary name which you've given ever lasting fame. We welcome you home over the phone Levin. Mid teen flying machine. Ron when you're in New York would take you up on that lunch man on your on read the book, one more time. Okay. Visit been Gilbert Godfrey to Mason colossal podcast with my cold. Frank Santo Padre. And we've had on pro return. 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Ariana Grande Wedding Photos, Lindsay Lohan Gets a Movie, and the 'Friends' Reunion | Tea Time

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Ariana Grande Wedding Photos, Lindsay Lohan Gets a Movie, and the 'Friends' Reunion | Tea Time

"Hello welcome to is. This is a weekly podcast. Honoring podcast network. I'm with kelly. I'm kate allah today. We're checking in with relationship. News the friends reunion and a super quick masked singer finale updates. It's been too long. I was gonna say you don't have to make two quick meal even we haven't heard back also guys check out my co host. This week. Kate went on the wringer music. Show talk about. Libya rodriguez an album. Gray i did. Why don't people ever tell me these today. We're telling you now. Yes amelia tune in and then also melia party Obviously juliet littman. They're doing like a real housewives in this week so big things support them on all shows. Okay before i get into the show. Let's take a quick break. Us bank wants to know how you reward yourself because they have cards that make every day. More rewarding are you appoints hoarder cashback guru low intro. Apr lover with us bank. It's up to you because they have cards. 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Anyway has been ariana grande as wedding and marriage when it was officially announced. We talked to a very briefly last week. We just didn't have many pictures. We didn't have any info we knew she got married. It was real but we had nothing. Luckily like the good celebrity she is. Vogue didn't exclusive spread of her wedding photos. Details all this stuff so just wanna run through it. Talk about how we feel First of all they got married at her house. It's was a twenty person ceremony which is like small small small for an average humorous. Then i larry. That's like minnesota. I love very intimate and kills me as these pictures are gorgeous looks it looks like you know kind of your perfect pinterest board wedding and then i saw that. It was at her house and i was like. Oh so we're house. Just looks like that it but she wore this beautiful vera wang gown. She apparently a couple of years ago. Met vera wang and met gala and bureau was like when you get married all design your wedding dress which. I don't know what kind of first impression. Ariana must've made but it was really good. I would assume she wasn't with pete davidson. Otherwise growing would not have offered but she did and address gorgeous. It's very sleek and elegant minimalist as we were sort of right about her hair she weren't half a pack down true to the high pony But with a wedding. A twist on it and i don't know dalton was also there and she just looked great very kind of old hollywood. Yeah yeah. She covered up a lot of her tattoos. She kept one on her back. But a lawyer with make up which i thought was an interesting choice and she does look very classic. Hollywood her earrings the pearl and diamond which matched her engagement ring. A very classy event. She looked absolutely beautiful. And it's also like i don't know why but very serious which makes me feel like she's very serious about this frigging real estate guy which is good because you but this was not something that was like thought of in a day. I take like the sofa. Turner jonas trip to vegas right. I am so you said that about the tattoos. Because i did not notice that however do you think it's because several of her tattoos are related to ex-boyfriends and says she just like didn't want nose in her pictures. It's a good question. Maybe a couple based on the photos but she definitely covered up a lot. She's quite touted but yeah so great love. She has also relationship news. This is very funny to me. Because these people sailing woodley aaron rodgers and miles teller and his wife. went to hawaii together and it was like a personality test for like my twitter timeline. To see which of these people they thought that news item was about our co workers. We work with worth website so like the majority of workers. The majority of my time line was like aaron. Rodgers is in hawaii with shaleen woodley and miles teller. Aaron rodgers hasn't man bun aaron rodgers. Is crazy singing in the kitchen with a mouse sellers wife and then another third of my time line was like shaleen. Woodley is in hawaii with aaron rodgers and miles teller and his wife. A saline looks great. I'm glad she's happy. She's too young for aaron. And then it was like the third of the timeline which was like the film bros. Like the film critics for like miles tellers and hawaii and sailing woodley and his wife and it was just really funny to see like the. I don't know why these three people were like only one person was important to all of these groups of people but it was. I would've looked at it as a saline with news item. But i also kind of like tentatively in on aaron rogers ever since he hosted jeopardy and was like really bad kind of endearing about it. We he was bad. Hugh was a little stilted. he's kind of an awkward guy. He also found kind of endearing just because he really wanted to do well and like was really kind of nerd about it. Yeah he she lied. Honestly i'm kind of in on on them together. They've taken on a trip together lately. They like disneyland and they're just kind of out and about like being together they're also pictures them together at the kentucky derby Which i don't like. I don't like any of that like for some reason when i see the conduct higher and like the bright colors. I'm like weird. Yes you're like this little group of people travelling around. Yeah and i don't know. I was out on the derby. But i'm i think i'm like in on on sailing and erin and it is like a little bit charming. The failing and miles are still friends after doing so many movies together. Yeah so i yes. I'm out on miles. Because i just think he's kind of like heartache. Well no this is actually. This is a good update for you. Then because guess what our ago. Tmz reported that miles teller was allegedly punched in the face straw. Yes he was by. I mean that's that's not a happy thing. Sorry i don't take no. I'm sorry but he was in the bathroom and a man confronted him and punched him in the face. Wow like today day. One telegraph punch. Wow oh my gosh. I just looked this up. He was in the bathroom when a man confronted him and punched him in the face. It again like very very at salt is bad. But my or one of the most punishable phases of all time like he has face for that. however i'm sure he did not deserve to be punched. And i'm sorry he did Yeah sorry miles. That's tough. that's tough break of. His face is fine. That's the moneymaker. Gotta take care of it. Is it or okay. Well that's all right onto the next release to didn't act. This is not confirm so this is all speculation. Okay people take with a grain of salt because it originally actually came from our former source. And now i think we've all moved away from it a bit demain But apparently there are rumors swirling that. Connie wes is dated arena. Shake who's Former partners with bradley cooper. They share a child together. They're no longer together and then multiple sources have come out and said that they are dating. And i don't know they have not been photographed together. There's like nothing. Definitive kris jenner has not released like a An anonymous you know press release. Dmz yet so we now but they have been wehrley kind of linked for a long time lake For almost a decade actually. He has wrapped about her before and like named her in his song. She was in his power music video as like. There's a goddess shula absolutely amazing. She's walked in his fashion shows before shore over the years and then in april who knows what this means is probably nothing but she did wear a kanye west designed t shirt in april of this year. So mamie dono know put on everyone's radar whoever has leaked this to cam. She has apparently. Quote unquote responded. He's unbothered by this news which it does seem like she's got a lot else going on which i'm actually talk about a bit later. Yeah this is a possibility. That's all i'm going to say and we can leave it at that thing. I don't know about that. I okay If you like it or not yeah. I don't know i kinda thought. She had her act together. So that's tough but knows what this yeah. i know. we'll see all right. Yeah i am. Okay well thank you for to kaya. Because she was the one who is like fine. We'll give it to you and just so quick little benefit. Update they were. They've been spending some time in miami. Which is you know what i want to. That's one of the places i want to go to after this pandemic miami seems awesome. I've never been. I've only been to like orlando and it was a swampy mess. But miami's seems really cool. It's like on the water. It's a fun night live. It seems yeah. It's only at this new new year new. Our love this i. would you love miami. Yeah people to like five in the morning there. Okay stop but okay. Yeah bring your beverages. Bring the bring the the serums. Yeah training for your whole life. You just didn't know so like so. She looked she looked great. Like she always looks so good and she's wearing a cute little top and her hair wasn't all glam which i love and he was there i think he's like lost a considerable amount of weight. You look shred. He was really good. Yeah i'm hoping that this is a positive you know whether or not you know. We can continue to debate that but and then also random jaylo was seen with marc anthony. Her ex husband in miami yesterday like literally yesterday. Just having lunch on monday share so you. I don't think it's anything. Because i think he's married. And ben frigging the disruptor agent of chaos diddy. Yes also posted a throwback photo of himself and jennifer with the simple caption hashtag. Tbt to his instagram and everyone was like trawl iconic troll status. We stay on we love. Find me single like. He's i think he's just did that to literally be i'll rate. He knew he was gonna get pressed for it and honest smart move did he. Smart move though as smart. Wow my god okay. We will probably have another benefit update next week. We can make this a nice recurring tagged all the relationship news. Thank you can't wait okay. Next category is not worth the thi this week in social media just miscellaneous news milia really exciting. I'm giving you more okay. you guys. This has been a long time coming. I personally feel responsible a little bit. Because i wield missing into the universe with just positive thoughts okay lindsay lohan announced. She's getting a movie she's getting we. She's making her comeback. Netflix of all places. Which i think is per. Ibm perfect with a holiday net flicks movie. So she's joining the universe of vanessa hudgens yama roberts. I'm sure there are others. I can't think of them right now. But she is up there and honestly. I think it's perfect because those girls were also kind of big in the two thousands. Lindsey a little predated them a little bit but now is her time to come back into the spotlight. Someone is finally trusted her to take the helm of a movie. I don't know if that's necessarily good yet. But you know it's twenty twenty one. It's the year of clarity of forgiveness. And i think she may be has matured. Yeah i maybe like this. And also i think this is a pretty big deal like we thank you. Pope poo poo on like netflix holiday rom coms and all that. Yeah however this is a really big deal. I think especially for her to be at the helm of this movie. Yes a lot of tries and it's also a big move forward towards her. Maybe like reentering. Like the acting worlds. Completely which i don't know if you're mostly prepare for and we'll i truly i'm like later on my i can't i can't even speak. I'm so excited i agree. I think this is perfect because the these is that first of all it's it doesn't have to be an not supposed to be good. Yeah expectations for the actual quality of the movie. Don't matter where there is. Buzz worthy righty mobile yet links is going to be all over social media over like the teaser trailers and silly blog posts because they do that with everything that they single handedly raised. Vanessa hudgens from whatever. I saw depressing like influence them. She was in. So i mean there so well prepared to do this for lindsay. That's just very exciting. It thank you also. This is a can't miss. This plot is our role made for her. She's going to play a newly engaged. Spoil hotel heiress. Who gets him nizhny after a skiing accident and finds herself in the care of a handsome blue-collar lodge owner hell. Yeah on that. Do you think she's going to channel her arch nemesis paris hilton. Perhaps this is yeah. It'll be like you know a commentary but also a comedy show. We'll come back with a whole new genre of acting which i'm really excited about so. We should definitely cover this. We got this press. I asked the yeah turning in my head as like. What can i like a rolodex of things to to andrew. Greta daro yet thank you. Oh okay also this is like it's i swear to god this like an it's like. Who is this person. But you should know who quincy jones's the listeners. Right yes he's an icon. He's a titan of the music industry and he did another iconic interview. Because if you remember. He is an unfiltered king. He had a couple of interviews from like a few years ago. I think for vulture g. q. Where he was like fuck this. I'm eighty something years old. And i can say whatever the fuck i want. And he made some like truly wild claims like he was like the beadle suck. He claimed like richard prior had sex with the marlon brando at jfk was murdered by the mob. And honestly it's not that. I don't believe him because i do believe him. But what was said in those interviews was just so out of left field and it was just like what the hell on forest unprompted and he gave it to us. It was just word vomit. It was amazing. It was so crazy that his daughters including rashida jones had to stage it intervention. And they were like. You can't do this anymore dad. And he's so he had to come out with an apology. But honestly i don't care you don't have to apologize. King you are conic and he but thankfully he didn't he. I guess he must have forgot. He's eighty eight. So i get it. He must've forgotten his whole intervention because he recently came out with another iconic interview with the hollywood reporter and he was like i'm going to call elvis's racist ass good and he talked about how he ll on. Musk richard branson and paul allen are trying to get him to go to space with that. I just like him alone. These space. I don't know i know you're anti-space but honestly any anyone who is like you know who better to go who is a better representation of just. I don't know how human life jones he is an icon and we deserve a quincy jones. Hollywood tell all memoir. that won't do. we definitely. I still think he should stay on earth because you have to take like physical tests in real tip top shape shaimaa who knows. I shouldn't underestimate him. I should not do you. Should they've done it before he'll come for you next for you so anyway. You should read this interview. It's iconic read the older interviews with vulture and g. q. because those are fucking iconic to their off the rails crazy and i love it just give quincy jones his own podcast where he talks talks and i would. I would sign up. I get the notifications spotify. Hear me out. That's my idea. Amy for that thing talked to somebody about that. All right in other hollywood news listen. Crew ella is out this weekend. Which means everyone is. Talking about remake fatigue and how disney live action movies they just keep remaking things or making these origin stories that no one wanted no one asked for which means it was apparently the perfect time to announce that timothy xiaomei is going to star in a willy. Wonka prequel a willy. Wonka origin story to be specific. Can't which really was the setup for my timmy. Because everyone was already all worked up about this. They dropped this news and of course there was just incredible backlash. Yeah people are like we already. We don't need to know more about willie wonka. We don't need. We've already had a bad. Re- willy wonka remake with johnny depp. We don't need another one Quick side note. When i went to see the johnny depp. Willy wonka when it came out. When i was the like. I don't know fourth grade There was a tornado warning and we had to leave the movie theater and go into the Into the back of the concessions and like sit down next all the syrup that they put in this oda and like wait for their not to be a tornado and then we all went back. That's a movie. that's fast willie wonka story anyway. Matic tammy is going to be willy. Wonka he apparently wants to sing and dance. Which apparently is going to be part of this post to that i like. He does have the potential for that. I have seen the math rap videos. We know that there's something there maybe not much but something and i just don't think this is the right move necessarily just because people are already so opposed to it and then we're going to be talking about it for two years before it comes out and then he still going to be against it. But you know i mean i guess. Go collect the bag. Tim like don't know what else to say. Yeah it's fine. it's fine. Maybe he could have done a couple more romantic movies roy. Good yeah whatever. yeah Okay next piece of the miscellaneous category so this started as one piece of news and now it is turned into two completely separate things the original part that. We're all gonna talk about. Is that kim kardashian. Like maybe giving up on being a lawyer because she failed her little baby bar exam. Okay so then. I like looked into that and like a day goes by and then of course he's gonna retake it yet he oughta okay and then more news comes out and now crashing. The brill news is like she's being sued for violating labor laws by people who worked roberty in the hidden hills. Like okay okay. The next day. I read another article where it's like kim kardashian Connected these dots like kim kardashian test positive for covid days after returning from that private island mcvay party that she got so much ship for in the fall. Believe so kim it so now. It doesn't even matter that kim filter baby barks. And that's like the last thing on my mind. Just got a lot of other shows going on it. Feels like she should take a breather. But yeah it's just so a world renowned around now. But i guess to sum up what we originally talked west. She's gonna retake that exam so i think she needs to. Because i'm a get sued and also it seems like kylie cosmetics if you've noticed it's the website isn't there anymore like you can't buy anything and there's this whole thing about i don't even. I watched a youtube video on it. And it was so convoluted and it was like. She sold her cosmetics company. But you know she had breach of contract. So that's why the makeup isn't there anymore. So i think the whole family needs Kim's life training outing they need as much as they can get. Jeez okay. Lastly we are andy with a piece of good news though. I know this all makes us. Happy Kelly clarkson is taking over the ellen degeneres slot in the fall of twenty twenty. Two we cannot wait. Can't come any sooner. This is absolutely amazing. For considering the amount of time. That the kelly clarkson show has been on air the fact that being slotted into ellen degeneres which is and you know amazed the promo like she will be the daytime entertainment for this network. It's absolutely incredible. We're like so happy for her. That's obviously amazing. We think she'll do a great job. Right she's fabulous. Yeah i was thinking about this. And i would say four or five years ago. Carrie underwood was still like the most successful american idol winner like she had all the hit. Even i mean i guess maybe upwards of five years ago but like i would take underway with solidly number. One for a long time and kelly was like she had some hits like. she's fun. whatever like she is done. He's going to say what about jennifer hudson. She didn't win people she didn't win. I know that was america's mistake and we wanted to pay for it. But i mean it's just incredible. The the speed at which kelly clarkson has gone from life one of the best american idol winners like one of the most successful to like the new allen and she. This is not new. She has been around for a very long time. Yeah to return and like reinvent yourself and now she's a fucking daytime talk show host. It's amazing here's what i have to say. Also though is. I want her to replace allen one hundred percent yes but i think that like the most satisfying circle of life event would be for kelly clarkson to replace everything that ryan seacrest is currently doing my single white female like move her way into every single opportunity that ryan seacrest currently has just like take it all over. We're done with him as a society like you know. The the animal kingdom has gone in the way that it needs to tastic idea. She absolutely could. Yeah what's he doing. 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Okay do it we're to move on to cringe mode. We're covering this week. The friends reunion at first. It made me sad that this was in crunch mode. Then i watched it. And i was like okay. Yeah this this is just right of obviously. I think everyone who's listening knows at this was communist highly anticipated for a set group of people. I'm not. I don't think it was for my co hosts on this podcast but essentially if in any way you might have missed. It is like this part documentary part interview panel part look back and clips from the old show part tribute sent in from celebs and people all over the world. And then this panel discussion by interviewed by james corden which will get into anyway. It's a module podge that came out this week and we have some thoughts you add to the overall say to set the stage. Liz loves friends. I like friends. i've seen all of it. Amelia seemed like one episode of antifreeze. We spectrum the special people who could be engaging with this reunion so yeah here are thoughts. I guess i'll start with a highlight. They included a ton of like old bloopers and mistakes. And i just thought it was really fun to see new friends. Tv show content and twenty twenty one after the same bloopers and the same. You know the same videos. We've seen ross trying to play the bagpipes and then laughing. It'd be like oh that was real. That was there real reaction and like we've been doing that for fifteen years and so it was like very weirdly refreshing to see like. Oh like a new version of that or new like bloopers and things like that you know. There was a scene where joey hurt his arm. Like never seen before. And they're you know like spare last their last shoot where paul rudd shooting them with a video camera for the front row which also like what was doing. Wasn't he involved in this anyway. Not important but yeah. I just really like it was it was so to see like fresh old content. If that makes sense definitely. I mean i think this was going to be one of my age worst best. But this is probably fits. Better here. I think that whoever and whatever archive system they're using over at wbz impressive. Because it's like how to like there were. I don't know how many episodes of friends but there were a bunch and you would think that like you take over some of them i. They knew they get rid of the dailies at some point. Yeah it was like amazing so good job. Do ever say part. I think i would have watched the full ninety plus minutes of just that like the friends now that cast rewatch old scenes and they still find it just as funny just as durable which is like a through line of like the positive we can take from this which is like They really just enjoyed the experience of them being on the show i also just found their natural interaction with one another really interesting and much more engaging to watch them frigging james softball. Them dumb questions and like one of them gets to speak. I just found their actual natural dialogue with one another so much more interesting. I would've rather that than spoiler spoiler alert. There's a fucking fashion show at the end to talk about. I think it was kinda good a stock to more of that right. That's why we're here. We want to watch the friends being friends. I have to say that. I did enjoy and i know that this was not popular with everyone. I liked they. They had all these celebrities that they had interviewed about The importance of friends to them basically just random celebrities who are fans of the tv show friends. And i just like seeing sort of these random people pop up and like really nerd out over like specific episodes or specific moments like kit harrington from game with i was like why are you here. Why who official. Who asked or like. Did you ask to do this. But then he spent like three minutes talking about the pivot episode where they're trying to move the couch up the stairs and he's just like they're in his little accent with as little like fist speed. Like talking about how. Funny the couches. And i was like kit harrington like this side of you that i have not seen and charmed honestly. I'm charmed by how much you love this. This show and there were ton of some of the celebrities and some of them. Didn't we'll get to that later in the lightning round as well but yeah i was a little bit. And like david beckham like was talking about his favorite episodes. You guys like celebrities are just like us. They also have like baber at tv. Show episodes sure. What's another highlight melia. This central low hanging fruit. I'm sorry but it really did actually make me laugh. When the producers of the show in the beginning they talked about how Each member of the main member of the cast was cast in their roles and every single time. I swear to god for every single character there like it was the hardest part to cast. It was like you're saying that for what is the truth. What is going on so that made me laugh that just because you know what i appreciate that they obviously love every single member of the cast. It looks like equally which is great so they gave him a lot of credit in that segment. You're finding chandler bang. I did like the butterfly effect of all those things. Oh they kind of went to what the cast was doing right before. I think matthew perry had the most interesting kind of butterfly effect of his life. He was actually doing a pilot called. Lax twenty one ninety four and it was about baggage handlers at lax in the year. Twenty one ninety four who's like sorts through alien luggage and like to think as an actor he could have continued doing that role instead of being chandler bing on friends so mind blowing me. Jennifer aniston is also part of the show had done like six episodes of muddling through and like shows a clip of this show. And you're like. Oh my god jennifer aniston kept on this project instead of going to friends like we're all everybody's life lives be and joey had like eleven dollars in his back pocket like it. Just kinda was very interesting to see what could have been for these people that are now worth so much and like so in a cultural zeitgeist a career decisions for along our friends or is this are lax. i'll be that com. yeah I also really love how everyone's still called matthew perry mattie that's like you know that they're real life friends. I love that in clearly. They have such good chemistry. It's it's it's great to see that they truly casino not everyone just with it is with every job. You're not going to like every single person you work with. And i think there are a lot of you know with the show that big they're like found to be huge egos and you would think that one of them would be like the best and you guys Or something like that and it doesn't seem like that it genuinely feels like they really care about each other and i really i was like yes. Beautiful so yeah by the end of the show. They're negotiating as a group of magazine was paid differently than the other. Which is shows like they were all in it for one another Okay let's do some lowlights keith. Start us off all right. We've been remarkably positive so far which just had a whole segment so apologies for what's to come. I have to say the whole special starts off with all of them sort of showing up for this table read. And they're walking through the sets and talking about just talking to themselves talking to each other and they started with. David schwimmer and the The ego of whoever was like yes. Let's high up this reunion and then let's talk about the legacy of the show and for the first friend that is gonna arrive and carry this by themselves for a good two minutes before someone else shows up like it's gonna be the most hated friend and like that's let's sue that so davis swimmer shows up. He's like walking around touching things that wow memories and i was like even if he did show up i probably did. It's called editing. Like you gotta give me. Lisa kudrow you gotta give me. I don't care who i mean. I don't know maybe it was just timing but it seemed like a really tight man. I think they probably schedule it out and they probably take it beforehand and start with jennifer aniston. I anyone else. Everyone hates. ross. Come on everybody. Give courtney cox and earlier called time even if they are all the same. It just doesn't make sense does now. I was like analyzing the order that they came in it was like. Yeah david schwimmer. Lisa cuter out jennifer aniston and then it was like joey. Chandler forty cox combining their care. Actor hey i get it anyway. But i was like i. It didn't seem super plan now. And i was like there could have been a better way to do this. Also they during a part of the special they recreated the game from my favorite friends up so many people stay with friends upset. The it's a really funny episode. The one with the embryos which is when they're playing a game to see how well they know each other bet the apartment on it all these questions about how they know each other and i mean it made sense for the special for them to do that and like ask each other questions about the show but it was like they were half acting half not it was like this kind of like cringing recreation and it's just such an iconic episode that it made me like a little bit sad to watch the modern day recreation of it. Yeah i agree. It's a little tough million action I you know what it's totally fine. I think this is just my personal bad taste. But i thought the shock of the big names like just wore off really quickly for me and i just wouldn't. Maybe i'm crazy. But i would just like to see the cast themselves. Come in and say yeah but it is just like okay. And i'm sorry but the fashion show was so reality we talk about. Let it out. Let it was honestly. I'm sorry this mean. I apologize in advance but it definitely felt like some producer was like. Oh what's who someone who's not doing anything right now but has a big enough name that we can tout on social media. Garas cindy perpetrate. Oh and throwing justin bieber. He's available and it was just like i don't care and also if i were hailey bieber i'd be pissed off that i couldn't even book the friends reunion with my husband roach is yes as people they had people come out in like i friends costume. So like cindy crawford is wearing the leather pants. That ross couldn't get off his body. Justin bieber was wearing like the potato armadillo halloween costume. And i did appreciate that like that. Was it like we didn't. They didn't have to justin bieber. Justin bieber literally. It was just like justin bieber came to this thing. Put on a potato. Kostya walked out was like hi. Hello i'm justin bieber and then just left psych. I did kind of appreciate. I kind of appreciated that. He or blocked off six hours of scheduled for that. It was so weird so shoehorned in carry levin locked twice late it was just like none of those. Even people had any through line to themselves. Obviously show them our models but it just took me and then the french and everything. It's just weird belt dissident because it's like this show was so popular and the reason why there's a reunion and people are excited about it is because it can stand on its own and then you're just gonna bring in random slattery's just for an appearance is like that doesn't make sense to me but true you know who they should have gotten. They should've gotten all the kids that were in the show. Which is the house still. We're anti. I don't where she turned out. But yeah i would rather have some connection than if so is wasn't emma the girls who played her weren't they the twins in the In get out not get out but the other. What's the other one us. Shyness us know us. I'm pretty sure those once. You're actor twins your twins and everything so true Another bone. I have to pick with this. Damn special is that they chose of all the people to interview the cast and be like a real pillar of this program. James corden literally. Why i wanna legitimate answer and i tried to find one And i couldn't really someone claim that like the friends like that casts picked him which. I don't buy any way. There are so many people to have done this. And i have a specific reasons why i think someone could have done better. But as a whole it felt like he had no connection to the show. He didn't really care to get into anything. And there's also a lot of other people that are tied to either the people personally or the show that could have done it. Like i mean honestly paul rudd or reese. Witherspoon who were on friends could have done it and they'll have personal relationships. But do you wanna go to like talk show host kind of person. I don't know. Andy maybe or chelsea handler. Even who's friends jennifer. Aniston courtney cox like they're just know oprah like some serious are. Let's do it. She's hot off the heels. That meghan hearing there are softball. You know. I do think part of it was that ben winston produced it and he's the purchaser of the late late show. He's like the guy who did the grammies and stuff. I said last week or a few weeks ago that i was optimistic about how he would do. Because the grammy's were so good. And i wanted to back. But he's like a team with james corden so i assume that was part of it but yeah i totally agree. I mean he. He's like overly enthusiastic about everything. So i understand why he was the obvious choice. But also yeah. He didn't seem to have any real personal connection any of it now and he also skipped over what could have been like a very thoughtful conversation about parts of that show because the elfin is the room is at no one addressed like some of the major problems. Friends has which is like there is close to zero diversity on the entire run of the show there's abundant like fat shaming and ginny and like homophobic jobs. All its up sprinkled throughout the entire fucking franchise that like the creators. don't get into the cast doesn't get into on top of which like lisa cujo has been very public about her body image issues all working on the show and then of course. There's matthew perry who had a long struggle with addiction and substance abuse problems. Anyway he didn't have get into that any means but every possible. Now get information where they could have given like real thought to their experience. He just like skipped right over right and this is explained. Honestly better more eloquently. This box article. I read and the title is the empty comfort of friends. The reunion it's elissa wilkinson and she gets more into this just like it. How empty it all really felt. But yeah i just feel like there's opportunity to talk about things that mattered. And he just like ha monica pene jellyfish. Seen ha and. I'm like that doesn't you know that. Yeah i agree. That's sorry. yeah no. I i totally agree and then also on that same point. I found it interesting that they had this like random segment of people from around the world talking about how the show impacted them which is great. I think that's awesome. And i too have experienced. That watching shows. Like i mean when i watched the office for the first time i was like i don't understand why they are so mean to toby and then i worked in like a job for the first time in dealt with. Hr i understand. But i it it to me at was the only real diverse segment of the show and it just kind of signal boosted. How white and hetero normative. The show is which honestly you know. I mean there was a different time which i totally can understand and respect but it just felt kind of toned up to have the segment of like. Here's you know we're you know. International people and people love their show. Do okay and it kind of last minute. So have you had yeah especially period of the fact that no one talked about those issues that the show had okay next category of this is who and what has aged the best and the worst. Kate the best to me. I was just kind of the clips of the actual show and just kind of the hugh the humor again. We just talked about the things that didn't age well in reference to the actual show. But you know. I mean they're showing this sort of awkward interview and all of these celebrity cameos and all of the sort of cringe stop and then it would cut to clip of the show and i'd be like damn that episode. See and then they'd go back to the real world. And i'd be like oh camborne again would cut in a little clip from friends. I'd be like oh man. Friends was funny. Yeah i would say on that element of watching those mike. Shit friends is a good show that did as relatively well. What's also age really. Well is their enjoyment of the show. Like i said before but these people just love the fact their whole experience the fact that they're in it they love it now. They clearly had a very lovely time. Rewatching the stuff talking about it. They also not to keep shitting on james born but they offered up a lot like the only good nuggets of the interview came from themselves. Saying it and james corden asking probing for it like one thing that's made huge headlines as that jennifer aniston and david schumer actually had like crushes on each other back in the day. It was it never. Anything never amounted to anything. But they just channeled that amazing chemistry. Ross and rachel had anyway. James corden sat. There like floored by that was like. Oh my god but like didn't ask and it was just terrible interview anyway. They clearly enjoy thinking about it talking about it and i think that has really well. They also love their participation agree. Yeah amelia what's the worst. I'm rereading this. And i'm like change my mind because i don't mean to be so like a negative but i i said my thoughts on aging. I was fine with aging. Until i watch us reunion but that was a mean joke and i apologize and but i do think i will say this i. It's just weird because it's like this is how many years the finale of the show like what fifteen. You didn't have this legs four. Yeah you didn't do this ten years ago or even five years ago or like it's just like why did you wait all this time and now it just feels like so dated already. You know like it'd be the same way if they did like seinfeld and i love seinfeld but if they like it doesn't okay like this is weird. I don't know it just felt just dated to me and it's like you know it's no one's fault really other than i guess the people who produce a show to not get the timing right but it's just like it just made me think like all of this should have been done a lot earlier. So that was. I think and and i mean there has been a ton of discussion about their age and their appearances. They look overall pretty good. They need great. Yeah what i think makes it difficult is that you're taking these characters that are so well known and their images from the sewer so well known in the sets are so well known and then you're taking their current former like current actor bodies and people and you're placing them back in these molds that they don't fit into any more and like even if they had a different haircut or like they are in different. Close it just. Like i think even if they looked exactly the same. It's like you have the actors in the character spot. And i think it's gonna be. It's gonna be weird for people to get used to either way so putting them back in the set putting them on the couch where they were in that episode literally recreating the scene but like with them as the actors as themselves. I think it was just kind of asking for people to sort of like. Yeah yeah i will say thank god they did not try to scripted. Reunion of like everyone goes back to being. Ross rachel monica. I think that would have been even more during because you're right. They did table reads of their former or the old scenes. And we were like okay. And i cannot imagine if they got all done up. They were doing everything. I think that would have felt even weirder right especially had tried to alter the canon of the show you know like parks and rec or something where it was like twenty years later. Like here's what they are really glad they didn't do. You barely answer for james corden asked like what do you think everyone's doing now. They were like. I'm a pta. Mom like we're married. Yeah it's just maybe not saying on their minds just better right. You're not like thinking about that. But yeah pretty lazar. I also i think and maybe this is me again but the whole celebrity like random fashion show like i just want to hear them talk about. We don't need celebrities to come in and it just like that part belly weird and dated to but i agree. All right amelia. Who are the mvp award to okay again. I'm changing my mind. I was gonna say me for making the decision to never watch more than one episode of the show at which that's really neat. I apologize but honestly the thing is if you love the show i. I'm truly happy for you because there is just you know so little joy in this world and if you find something that you're happy about i think that's great. It's not the show for me. But honestly i don't even mean to be dismissive about it and that's that's the beauty of where we are right now. You can have your own opinion. You don't have to like the show but you can like it right to for everyone show everyone like honestly like i fucking love seinfeld and i know a lot of people don't like seinfeld and not and i'm okay with that and but i do on. It's very funny. Because i had this theory going in my mind for years. Now either you love friends or you love seinfeld and usually there aren't people who are both but grew along that's fine. You don't need to us but like you know just getting. I'm hearing the angry mob. I liked right right exactly. But it's funny because i think a lot of people usually do like the office but you don't but again it's just it's it's your opinion great people and dog absurdly on seinfeld people right exactly so if you love it that's awesome and if you don't love it fine who cares honestly we'd i don't care if you love it though you know so i have no problem with you loving it but thank you. Permission friends a million. I can promise you that is seinfeld. Ever decide to get together and do like a multibillion dollar reunion special we shall be covering god seinfeld. Don't do it. Don't do it okay. Who's your mvp. i'm gonna go jennifer aniston. We have not talk much about her specifically. But i just got the vibe that every not everyone but i think people were kind of the cast is kind of following her lead in terms of commitment and she committed she showed up. She was emotional. She was in. She was funny. She was making jokes she. Was you know hugging people by their nicknames. Being like we're close friends like we're all on the same level. We are just like six people who had this incredible. I chained experience together. And i just think if she had been like kind of distant or really any of them hadn't hadn't totally committed. I think the vibe would have been off. But i think they really showed up like ready to get emotional about it and like really ready to more more committed than james corden. I think they were ready to really of like. Dig up these memories in really kind of bring this all back and it was better for it. I think yeah agreed. I've given it to lisa kudrow for the same reason. Hurt energy is just so fucking contagious. Loves yarn her she also had to play smelly cat with lady gaga and lady gaga dressed up as many good sport. And i'm just giving it to her. I love her yes okay. Let's you the lightning round kate. Who was the best celebrity cameo. I'm gonna go tom selleck. Because he had the combination of star power and relevancy to the show. He played richard which was monica's boyfriend on the show. And it's also a tough character because obviously she didn't end up with him like an chandler monika. Dana dynamic is so popular but richard was such a popular character regardless of that that he be people still alive. Who love tom celik. So when i came in and like the cast was like oh my god. It's tom selling clearly. The audiences feel the same way. And i did. I was like. Oh it's we love him here. So yeah i love that. And i do have to say was kind of shoehorned into the international section. Because who's the leader taught himself to speak english by watching friends awhile like a very long like bts nugget. The probably i think he. I said like years and years ago but they did feel a little shoehorned in i was like okay like james corden just kind of like speed dial and was like hey guys so. Yeah and then the models i honestly. I'm sorry i was entertained. Fucking justin bieber here for thirty eight. That's bad taste right there. Sorry kit harrington. Kate explained it best. But i was floored by appearing in this special hadn't seen him since. The finale game of thrones love to see him and i was just happy to have cared random. Yeah amelia. who's your best celebrity cameo also stream butter. That's a good song. I'm good one eight. Sorry okay i would say on okay my worst luck because i just really was not about these love. Cameos off fine malala. You're just gonna give her fifteen seconds further. I just like that's an insult to her. So i agree that she was in. This has better things to do. She literally absolutely which friend came off the best in this special emilia i think i i love the like the women are conic icons we stand. I they're amazing. They're just so much better than the men no fun. I really enjoy matt leblanc. He seems like a legitimately nice. Yeah person yeah. Give him roles i agree. He had the right vibe of like happy to be here. His career isn't doing well. Like i'm sure he's fine but like i'm gonna get into it in a minute but i think i think one of the other guys was like a little bit like i have to make this moment count. Hey and matt leblanc. I feel like was just like happy to have something to do. You know how some money schedule. Yeah good good vibes. My friend that came off the best was lisa kudrow first of all. I just think she had like kind of the late game. Career bump haven't like even denison in recent years like bad movies like obviously a superstar but like. I think you could argue that now. She's doing the friends going in and the reason they didn't do it earlier because she didn't need to whereas lisa kudrow like booked in busy. She's been in great comedies in recent years. She's funny she's smart like she's just i think in like the last five years hasn't really had kind of like a little mini career renaissance. I totally agree and that was like the energy that i got from her during this reunion was like i'm still doing great. How are you true. So i really enjoyed that shows true. She's kind of like the not to make a seinfeld reference. But like the julia louis dreyfus a friend. At least you know because she had that. Tv show the comeback or whatever. One just very funny. Yeah she keeps popping up and really good movies. And i'm just. Yeah yes. Go off queen. You weren't the main focus on friends but thankfully people realize how good you are on that. Show twenty twenty. Now i'm gonna make a public plea for that same treatment. To my girl courtney cox. I think one of the only living humans who loved cougar town back in two thousand and nine is really funny. And courtney cox was the lead and she was like you know the helm of the whole show. I think she really. She was pretty quiet in the interviews. But i think she really shined when they were redoing. The table reads. And i just find her really funny she was monaco. Probably like some of her is still that character. But i like her. And i don't want her to like be casting like the scream riboud. I need her to be the lead of a comedy people. Just on hollywood okay. Lastly which friend came off the worst. Emilia okay so. I don't think anyone came off necessarily bad. I do think just to briefly. Talk about matthew. Perry he makes me sad. Because i think he is a genuinely fun. I follow him on twitter. Because i think he's so funny. And you know there were reports that he might have gotten dental work but emergency dental work before this reunion. So that's why he kinda was slurring his speech and everything but he's also had like alcohol and drug problems in the past while he was on the show and everything and you know my best wishes to him because he is genuinely very talented and seems like a nice person but you know it was just it made me a little sad to see that are thankfully not everyone is totally jumping on the. He's slurring of speech angle because it was so obvious but it definitely you could kind of tell there is little. There's something going on and it probably was just you know A tooth thing but yeah yeah look the majority of what i've seen is like the through line is just like i hope you're okay and i ask people being super-critical which is great because we respectable so yeah one hundred percent agree with you. Keep doing answer god. Talk about schwimmer again. The second with him. And i gotta end it. He like we said mala block showed up. I love you guys. Happy to be here had a great time on this project with you where the drinks and david schwimmer. I just got a vibe from him. That was so desperate that was like have had work in. However long i hit i need a me my need anything and i just got like sort of like manic desperate energy from david schwimmer. Where it was like he really felt like you had to make the most of this Which is just kind of david harbour energy and ross's energies like maybe that was what i was picking up on but yeah i'm gonna go. I'm gonna go a swimmer. Keep trying but i honestly noted a couple times he like cut jennifer aniston off and i was like okay. Take our data. Now did get what he wanted. I mean the ross. Rachel crush thing back in the news really making headway. Beg take this all the way to the bank. David trimmer three okay. Lastly quickly we're doing times unanswerable questions. Okay i'll just start off because an odd to question so my question is can we please belise. Please please god stop with the murder. Moody's i feel like we've made this plea in the past or talked about laugh. Zach ephron netflix movie. And all that stuff i just need hollywood's cool it because of all people chad michael murray is now gonna play ted bundy. Why bio pig in this new movie called american bogeyman. And it's like we don't need another ted bundy movie rat all. We don't have another murder movie where they just like. Glorify these people and their lives and don't really talk about the women or other people that were worried and it's just like just literally why we all i mean i personally had like a my favorite murder moment back in the day i have since moved on. We all go through it. I think we all hopefully are ready to move on. I just need to stop. I don't like her. It's also just like it's like every former teen heartthrob feels like in order to have their like joaquin. Phoenix joker moment. Like they're doing. They're like convinced that playing a serial killer world. Turn them into like daniel day-lewis like this. They're like their big thing. And it's like no it's not. It's just a killer. Andrew del people because he was a psychopath like it's fine. It's not that deep. I mean it's fine but you don't need to explore it in a feature realm really china. My goal murray took you. Yeah this is not two thousand six. And i'm done with the ted bundy like okay. This and as someone who like. I'm weird and so i like enjoy murder but like let me enjoy that in my bedroom by myself. Like raisch ashamed of matt -cational. You're learning about right podcast. So please stop. there's just more please johnston. But yeah agree. Lastly we saved the best for last. Amelia okay so i was gonna make this. I was like. I will somehow make this into a question. But i actually. I couldn't hear the radio answer question. Because i don't have one this week. Amelia what happened on the masked singer well so glad you asked. It was the finale. And let me tell you. It was the first time in massingir history. A straight white male one the entire seasons o'shea as the piglet as the piglet embarrassing costume for sure He won and You know there's really not much more to say about that. Thinks unit one. Who was like joe. Wording for joe joel was great. She was the black swan. Yes i got for. How did she not win. I honestly it was rigged. This show is truly rigged because jesse mccarthy are not. I'm i always confused jesse. Mccarthy mccartney jenny mccartney. I always confuse the mccarthy in the mccartney and but he should have won. But whatever it's fine. Yes but nicklaus shea beat out joe joe and then the other person oh wiz khalifa. Which i thought he he's kind. Hey like an actual sar. Yeah or at least four yard. how did they. I've actually so mad about this. Gains staging a comeback. She sees all over social media. She's like posting these like riffs of her singing on takes talks and people are like. Oh my god jo look. It's time come back to us and they give it to nicholas shea. Whereas nick shea probably can't even open tiktok like he ancient and like we don't care nicklaus shea stay out of it nick o'shea and how is like here's the thing he's a. He's a good singer. I will give him that but jo-jo she's on another echelon. she's incredible. She has the better story because she had stage fright and she talked about how she had stage fright and she was coming back. And you're not going to give it to her where this man is on the fucking netflix. Shows hit him and his wife vanessa. Or make it rounds. They're denying getting a president from jessica simpson. It's joke we don't need the la- shays here. Okay this shape podcast wcau. That makes me really bad. Yeah you should be mad. We this might be another unanswerable question. I don't know if it's been decided yet. But when does the the next season come out. I feel like it comes out every five days. We new crop of people honestly probably soon probably very soon. Your can't wait. Wait for the next update. Damn i gotta check in on joe. I hope she's okay. I mean it was just agree. Just the fact that she didn't win are you kidding. She really shame fall seriously. And what i was funny too because you know the first time they were destroyed might mail and then you would think like in. The voice had their finale the same time. And you think like okay. Another strip no. They finally awarded a black guy. Thank singer there. Wow i've calendar. The voice gets it right massing. Gets it wrong gonna do. I mean hello. Twenty twenty one. I guess right progress kind of right. Well disappointing into the pod. But hopefully we'll be back soon with more massingir updates. Okay thanks so much for listening. That's it for this week Thank you. I are pretty soon. I'm was kelly i'm kelly.

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Episode 97  Celebrating 30 Years of Batman

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Episode 97 Celebrating 30 Years of Batman

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