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'Who's the Boss?' reboot confirmed by Tony Danza and Alyssa Milano

Steve Cochran

00:52 sec | 2 months ago

'Who's the Boss?' reboot confirmed by Tony Danza and Alyssa Milano

"For Who's the Boss fans? Yeah, looks like the old eighties nineties, Siri's is going to be coming back Tony Danza and Alissa Milano. I've already signed on for the reboot. Tony Danza's character will be playing a former major league baseball player, Alyssa Milano, his daughter on the show will be playing a single mom. Judith Light, has not yet signed on for the project, although she is said to be very supportive of it on the young man, Danny Pretoria pin Toro. Was the younger son of the show. Jonathan also has not signed on for yet. I thought the most hilarious person on that show what was the mother, Mona actress Catherine Heldman, and she passed away. Last year, but it was it was a popular show for 8 10 years. Something like that,

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‘Who’s the Boss?’ Sequel Series in Development With Tony Danza, Alyssa Milano Attached

Jason and Alexis

00:14 sec | 2 months ago

‘Who’s the Boss?’ Sequel Series in Development With Tony Danza, Alyssa Milano Attached

"All you fans of who's the boss, a sequel. To the hit series is now in development at Sony Pictures Television. It's going to take place 30 years later, Tony Danza and Alissa Milano will overturn is Tony and Samantha. Miss Ellie.

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"tony danza" Discussed on Pardon My Take

Pardon My Take

13:43 min | 6 months ago

"tony danza" Discussed on Pardon My Take

"The original Tony Hawkes and like I kill all my friends at Steve Even like I player I was often the grand theft auto but for some reason the first person shooters I sucked so bad at call duty. I'm the worst call of duty player of all time. And then I threw rocket dig in there because I played like three games a rocket league and I was like this is the dumbest Shit I mean. I I when I play those video games. It looks like I've never touched video games in my life. I'm horrendously bad. No that's a bad time for the quarantine to be bad at something like good pick good pick. Pfc You got your first. Yeah my first. One is spelling as a pretty former bad seller. Definitely awful. The autocorrect on my phone. Ten kinds of fucked up too. Yeah it's good. Yeah there's no point there on that first one that's pretty damn good one okay. My first one is. I'm really bad at ending. Text conversations really bad like I always feel like I go one or two extra. 'cause I don't WanNa feel like someone doesn't like I haven't recognized that I've seen something. I've been shifting a little bit to the like heart. Like thumbs up guy but that's also a Douche bag so yeah I really like probably three times a day. I'm GonNa Conversation that I feel like I didn't end correctly. I think that's also showing your age a little bit. I feel the same way but most younger people who've grown up just doing nothing but texting they understand that like you don't have to sign off right text message me. It's always like all right. We'll circle back on this later. Yeah later chat. Like I've said good chat before that's fucking lane. You should have an email signature for your text. Message Tastes and Chapman. All the best cheers a new love that I love that about the iphone the and the thumbs up and the but that's a dude but I don't I mean I quoted right like worked out. I listen I do it. I do it because I really am that bad. That I'm I'm just trying to find a way to get out of these conversations but I know when I do it. It's terrible because it shows up like a text message. Maybe there's a setting you can change but I always see someone heart something like. Oh I have a new tax. Oh No it's just someone harding something Okay so that's why number one number two is. I never know when to correctly. Stop in the SAVARY. Sweet rotation while snacking. I always fuck it up so like you know how like when you're like you got some chocolate and maybe get some pretzels or chips. And you've got some Gummy bears or whatever you're doing I always like I'm good here ending on savory or I'm good here ending on sweet and I always then lust for the next one. I fuck it up every time you bet the mesh point. Yeah just can't I just always feel like man? Why stop there? I should have gone more Because like I'm a big. I love doing that chocolate in Berkeley. You buy snacks in two large vessels. And I'm not saying you buy them into larger quantities but instead of getting like a giant thing of cool ranch doritos get like four medium size and then you reach the end of it. That's the end is always a good stopping. No because then you're just like Fox wants more like I'll do crackers in and like Gummy peaches and I'll just sit there and I'll go back and forth back and forth switching back and forth on never fucking get the right stop okay. Is that what you do you ever do that? Mark Area Very. Yeah very very timely. One a lot of snacking going on in cornfields. Yes that's very true. Yeah that's a good time. We won for sure. I wonder if you had that on. Your list. Had Not all been lockdown probably not definitely walked into pantry time for self reflection like dude you suck and sacking correctly My number two is going to be my memory just me just remembering things. I got a bad memory. Always have had it forgetful. I guess you'd call it scatter-brained But yeah it's it's tough for me to keep something if I don't write it down if I don't have like on my calendar that I'm just going to forget about of probably I was GonNa say this. Pf telling himself that the reason you guys screw up every snake draft you ever do is because of him as it turns out no I think collectively were vast collection. Okay all right yes but yeah I would say yeah. There's definitely times where you're like. Hey what are we doing today or what what's going on? Yeah all right. Mark your number two. My number two is a small talk And I have to It's a double pronged A hundred small talk umbrella One is the reciprocal small talk. Which is like. I'm walking my dog. Someone else's walking their dog and they'll be like oh that's a cute dog and I just say thanks Mike. Keep walking never. It doesn't hit me until like five minutes later. I'm supposed to say like. Oh you have a cute dog to or like old your dog. 'cause they'll ask about my dog and I just sit there and answer. Every question never asked him without ever and I don't do it. I don't mean to be hassled just like I am not good at that at all and the same thing with like you know co worker somebody s how my weekend is. I'll tell them. All this turnaround leave and I don't ever think like. Oh Shit now I'm supposed to persons really interested in me. It makes sense now while that will ringer thing fell apart. Yeah there you go. All these theories online actually titus just sucks small talk. Yeah Pretty Much. I moved out to La. I had to go into the office. And I was like I can't be around that environment people. You WanNa copy. And I'm like I got. I quit my job which which PAC twelve team correlates to characters in the Karate Kid. And you give them your answering all right. See you later. Bill TAKE IT EASY. All right hank your to my second one. I'll go taking shots. I can't take shots looking like a huge pussy. Troch Ludi still no. I mean the call of duty was on my list to mark that but no like even even if I wanna take a shot like you WanNa shout and sometimes you're like no I don't but if I'm like yes I do WanNa shot when I take it. I just naturally like my face like bitch. It's it's a great call because there are definitely shot guys that can just do it and they are always manly our I. We're basically just cooking ourselves with this entire Mount Rushmore. Because it's you know like the opposite of what we're saying is just like the manliness guy. He can fix everything takes shots. He's got a guy forever. He's sick a call of duty providers. Yeah we're definitely not making ourselves out to be office but if you if you're a shot guy I think it's because you're the person who ordered the shot and you figure it out that there's one shot that you can take really well so maybe it's just to figure out what your drink is. And then you order that drink and make everyone else take your drink fair enough and then my next one. I'll go with physically texting back so a lot of the times I will like get taxed and I mentally respond to the mall and then like about seventy fifty percent seventy five percent on time I forget and then I'll scroll back on my messages like a few hours later a day later and be like this is so awkward now because I responded to you in my brain but I forgot it takes you back and now you probably hate me thinking douchebag so that happens a good amount. I do think that a lot. That's that's the response. Once in the mind is definitely a problem. That's happened in the last five years in society. I had that on my lifting system makes you feel better. I still call of duty for me. You still for me. I'm the same way with emails. Do Email Them Textbook I I. I'm the king of like so sorry for the late reply Just now seeing this like eighteen days later all the email So sorry I got tied up krona I will say krona has been great Great out for texting and emailing late. You can just say like all the all the craziness going on in the world. Sorry I got tied up just now seeing that's a good excuse but You still with many thanks to readjust your would you got your next one. Yeah I'll go with this one My number three is giving coasts. I have I have three toes. I guess no matter what the like so I don't know maybe I am good at it but like I have no idea what to say so I just go with ten toasts. My three ones are. Here's the new beginning. I just say to new beginnings raise my glass that's it Which surprisingly covers a lot But I I I know that from just like I think it was old school when when we'll fairly there's Luke Wilson the toaster and you're just says to beginnings and handed to them I was like wow that one works. Saw this raise a glass and say the new beginning. Even if it's not like a wedding or the birth of somebody or anything just whatever I do Kramer one. Here's the feeling good all the time. man the only other toast. I HAVE IS RAZOR. Ramon Hall of fame speech when he said Harvard pays off. Dreams come true Bad Times don't last the bad guys do and that's it and if it's not one of those three and I have to like give a toast. I have no idea what to say so I always anybody knows me really well or spend a Lotta time around. The has Herbie gives them three coats. A Thousand Times Razor Ramon always worked. So I'll give you a pass on that you're good okay. My next one. There's just so much stuff that I'm bad at. I'M GONNA say apologizing very bad apologizing. It takes me while get around to it. Sorry not sorry I do eventually get around to it. Just apologizing timely fashion in meeting that I'm wrong about stuff. I never wanted to admit that I'm wrong about anything. It's very bad quality to have and I'm working on it are you. I am working on it slowly. Okay Oh yeah. I'd happen to agree with that. One Okay my last two. I'm really really bad at keeping my car cleaned put. It's very specifically terrible way and I'm talking about like eating something and then just putting the rapper. Like stuffing the rapper in like the side door. And just fucking leaving it there. Even though I pass a garbage can like after parked my car. And it's the laziest thing that I do like. I will be that lazy and it's horrible but I'm Elise L. That's elite laziness. We're like eat something and just stuff it in there and then like maybe to. Every two months ago through and they'll be like sixteen rappers slyke stowed away like a squirrel throughout my car in various places around that by not having any more but I yeah I was just messy with my cars just in general but in the same way right it was like always a new different surprise kind of fucked up in my car right like there's messy cars and I understand that because I also have that but like the messy nece that I do is so fucking lazy in ridiculous when you like I will actually consciously think about it sometimes like finish like have a Coffee Cup in my in my car parked my car and be like now throw it out later. Do you ever run into your cupholder fills up with Straw wrapper. Yeah now throw it out later. I got it later like that's it's exceptional. Laziness that actually drives insane but something in my body like can't get me to do it then I'm just like my hands are full. My hands are never full. So it's terrible and then my last is I am really really good at like thinking like predicting something's going to keep happening and then having the exact opposite away like I'm it's half stick but it's actually really true like the minute. I have a really firm opinion about something. There's a good chance that the exact opposite will happen like we talked about saying Greg Guard should be fired. And then the badgers not losing literally. Not Losing again. They did not lose another game like I will do that very confidently like they're back yeah. Bears are like I do actually think back when I tweet that. And then they will one hundred percent be not back or like. Hey I think this is the year Mitch will like actually make step forward and then it all goes so. I'm really when I when I have my declared of sports ideas and it could be in game two like a team comes out and scores two touchdowns right away. I'm like game over. And then of course they'll never score again i. I'm kind of the same way when you just when you think you know something that's running universe pulls a robot mode. I'm really good at. That's why I I never trust anyone that has consistently strong opinions about everything right because every time. I have a strong opinion about something. It's very very wrong. Yes all right. So that's four fifty year last one. My last one is just going to be balanced sports. I'm bad at balancing in general so I've always wanted to surf or skateboard can't do it. If I get on a skateboard guarantee you within probably less than a second I will break my wrist very bad. I tried surfing. One summer I lived at the beach I was like I'm definitely GONNA learn how to surf. This year was not able to stand up there little kids. That were way better than me. Just dropping in on my waves Just very bad. I don't know if it's equilibrium thing but I just suck it balance. Yeah that's a good one. What is the I. I was going to learn how to SURF BEFORE. They closed the beach down. That was the goal in mind this summer with the same. Thank you what what were the pitfalls other what you think it was just your balance or is there anything like standing up on the board game honestly important.

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"tony danza" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

03:05 min | 7 months ago

"tony danza" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

"Danza was in the stands that was pretty funny I haven't seen in a long time Tony danza it was in the stands out damn cat the cat with the ultra rare display of personality yeah I was gonna say there was Tony dance in the stands up so you understand a bit I found give these guys a funny line or weird line and they just drop it in as normal in an interview to the unsuspecting media and then after the fact you get some late night TV magic it's a good bet and works now it's unclear if sound is doing the same thing this year but it sure as hell seems like it because yesterday Jim's uric and Maury McElroy drop the same random line after separate processors here is your ex first talking about Brooks KEPCO big shots big pots I guess you could say no Brooks likes likes big **** canali king of the bald guy hacked and Jim's uric with a not so subtle nod to the king of Seattle hip hop Sir mix a lot it is nineteen ninety to smash baby got back big shots big pots I guess you could say no Brooks likes likes big **** cannot live that's possible Jim's uric is a huge mix a lot fan and dropped upon on his own afterall mixes now fifty six euros forty nine I don't know maybe that's wheelhouse material for fury and I never looked at Jim Jurica dot myself moments all about Max but I don't know maybe you don't know like I always say we don't really know these guys but then when Rory got off the exact same play on words only a few minutes later and his media availability I thank god on twelve for birdie and then another big putt on fifteen after great sex aren't so yeah I like big **** and I cannot lie in so if you're a kid and Rory rolled into sawgrass together bumping rap music from the early nineties or maybe Jimmy Fallon slipped on the same exact line which found credit is a great line but it's so good that using it twice on the same day is a dead giveaway that something is up now I understand it sounds probably playing a numbers game right banking on a few guys forgetting to do their part or maybe deciding yeah I don't think I could pull that off the problem is two guys did pull it off it backfires when both guys do remember to do it because all signs are pointing to the bit now I truthfully I would like to hear one of these guys take it a step further let's hear mixes opening bars one more time.

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"tony danza" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

08:57 min | 1 year ago

"tony danza" Discussed on WTVN

"Alyssum Alana was still in Georgia on this abortion Bill, and what this abortion Bill is is a heartbeat Bill when you have CPR somebody comes up and your son trying to see if they're alive or dead. What is the first thing that people do they usually check for a heartbeat. Check for a pulse. Why? Because that usually indicates whether you're alive or dead. Correct. Right. So that means you're alive you have life in you or you're dead. Why is it that we don't claim something is alive in the womb? When there's a heartbeat. That is what Georgia is adopting is the heartbeat law. And it means if there's a heartbeat. That's life. I think that's perfectly reasonable perfectly reasonable. Now. That means that what is it six weeks? Eight weeks start to get heartbeat. The baby has heartbeat that that brings it way way way back to first trimester. Yeah. About five week live weeks. So alyssum Alano is saying, you know, how dare of evil state of Georgia do this. And if they do we're taking all of our Hollywood money first of all alyssum Alonzo. Oh, yeah. He I mean, amazing may not work in Georgia anymore. Think about the devastation to that state. If Elissa can't was in full house the last thing she did thinking of who's the boss? Yes. Yes. She was in Tony danza. Tony danza imagine, Tony danza, and I liked. Tony's a nice guy. But imagine Tony danza going into any Rhode Island. And saying tell you what nobody's going work kid. Nobody listened to the danza. I'm not doing tap dance. Now, you listen. No one's going to be working in New Jersey Harina Rhode Island as long as the danza says no-go, can you imagine how laughable that would be? Well, I you can call it laughable all you want. But I can tell you this that Georgia will no longer have any possibility of getting a sequel to Beverly Hills Chihuahua. Shut up. That will not happen. Kick Petoskey suburban daredevil there. That's not going to happen in Georgia after the holy cow. If you remember, of course, the classic my girlfriend's boyfriend. Oh, yeah. Now, my people are like well wind we get my girlfriend's boyfriend to in Georgia. Starring will. You're not getting it. Okay. So you can think whatever happened at the end of that movie is now just the end, we don't even get to know what happened with the girlfriend or the boyfriend. I'm sorry. That those were all filmed in Georgia. This is these are all Melissa Lonzo allot Alana, Milano, whatever not even close to any of the names. But yes, listen is her starring vehicles in recent history is she responsible for the cookies. Which cookies the Milano cookies. I don't think so. I don't care about her opinion. And I don't think anybody in Georgia does first of all Eliza. You're not making the calls for Hollywood. I don't know if you know that. By the fact, that she doesn't have jobs, right? Like if she was making the calls for Hollywood likely should be able to be employed. Right. And it's not like, you know, listen, you know, is like you're leaving something like, I'm dedicating my life to this. I am you're not giving anything up. No one hiring you. It's this or waffle house and waffle house would go. Oh, is that the woman from full house, and you go. No, no, no, you thinking of three's company, and then somebody else would go. No, it's who's the boss or twos. The boss or something like that. It'd be like I don't remember. Which would not hiring her. Right. She's obnoxious. It's like, so it's not like she's giving up a lot, right? If you were to say, you will do what I want or I will not enter the mister universe. Pageant vizier. There's not a lot of back there. No. Now, if Elissa said you pass this Bill, and I'm going to move here. And I'm just gonna protest all the time in. In front of, you know, your house and your job and everybody, and I'm not really protesting. I'm just talking to people. I'm just being me. I'm just gonna live here because I love it. Then I think she'd have a chance of trains around that's possible. Then people will be like. Would the left? They don't understand incentives craft the correct? Merritt kind of based system, right? Which is not, you know, hey, the person you find really annoying is not going to come anymore is not a good incentive. Right. This. This is a reason for Georgia to pass these even if they believe abortion is is is murdered. There's going to be like, look, I don't care. Just passage. You won't come anymore. Here's the deal. Why the Walking Dead people do it in jersey, no way, they make movies dummy because they love Georgia or because. Oh, no, it's it's the film capital world because of the tax incentives. That's why money let me ask you this Stu, which is interesting, by the way, if you think about it from the left wing perspective, right Langhorne, isn't that the exact thing they're not supposed to do for better tax breaks to other places these millionaire billionaire Hollywood studio owners are going these millionaire actors and actresses are going to Georgia to save money on production costs. I mean, what about the taxes? What about the people that need to be duty? Yeah. So it's it's not them. And let me ask you this Stu if I said to you fifteen years ago, you know, what I'm going to buy the paramount lot in. Texas. Not a chance of that. Right. You know, what just this one building who was supposedly worth right? Okay. Anywhere close to what I bought it for. No. I mean, anywhere even in the same neighbor. Same continent. New. No good deal. I own the paramount movie studio lot in Texas. How well I almost got it for my good looks. And you've seen me. Okay. The reason why is because Texas used to have great tax incentives for making movies here. And so this room worry in silkwood born on the fourth of July JFK every episode of Barney prison break from HBO. You name it all of the Chuck Chuck Norris. Walker Texas ranger all of them filmed right here in this room. How did I get this for a stupid radio show in a network that's on internet because the tax incentives went away. And you know, where they went places like Louisiana where they're like, oh, we lower the taxes. We'll get movies made here, and we'll create some jobs here really do think that the people in Hollywood were like, you know, what I had this duck call and I was out hunting and look that duck wonder who made this Dutt call. So we've been looking into somebody. Said we get great tax incentives. If we do is show in Louisiana, go find something that's how duck dynasty was made. That the the reason why you know, what I don't think anybody will believe zombies unless we film it in the place where everybody when I say zombies, what do you think? Atlanta, Georgia, right? No tax incentives. So for her to say, we're not gonna film any movies here bull crap bullcrap. They'll do it. If they I mean, look they will. And by the way, just want you to know. Since Hollywood left taxes on dogs. There's there's it's crazy here. It's crazy. There's no money. There's no chops anywhere, Texas is struggling so much. Let me tell you the truth Texas is better off without Hollywood. I would really like to disinvite everyone who is moving from California because you screw that state up. If you knew if you know what lost your job and cost your major houses cost so much and believe me at eight the sunshine, Jack, if you wanna know why you can't longer work in California can't stand it. And you know, it's because voted like a moron then maybe you can move to Texas. But if you're bringing all that crap with you Elissa keep it, we don't want it..

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"tony danza" Discussed on The Bone 102.5

The Bone 102.5

01:36 min | 1 year ago

"tony danza" Discussed on The Bone 102.5

"Child molester to live. I'm sorry. Oh, no come on. Hello. It's different time guys. What was your merry Christmas? And it was a daddy devito not at as what was I thinking. Ed Asner, you idiot. Of course, it was Danny devito, what a more I get all those. This isn't racist. All those short angry, white dudes, look alike. Thanks. Did. You mentioned Christopher, Lloyd. He was on that show too. Right. Yes. I did not mention him. But he was the Reverend Jim. And he was fantastic. I he's crazy. It was crazy the Zac Brown. He was actually in man on the moon as well. So it's like, you're watching taxi all over get free. I think Danny devito was as well. No kidding. Yeah. When they did the taxi scenes, they had a lot of the original people in their Tony diva Sumita back then was Louis. And then I bet somebody writing scripts goes, you'll be funny if we had a show with a character named Angela and had him say Angela lot ngelo has anybody done a jump cut of Tony danza, just Google it. Tony danza jump cut. Angela every Angela ever every Angela ever on who's the boss? No good someone please get on that. Matt Las ranger, man. I don't think that's his forte. Let's still you know, if he could just sit down and watch every episode of who's the boss ever. No one should ever have to go. It was the same show every episode that was one that I liked when I was young. I remember really like who's the boss back, then I loved it. I thought Mona owes. Great. Tony could do wrong when I was a kid either. I've got Tony and Angela top ten here. Can't.

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"tony danza" Discussed on About Last Night

About Last Night

05:53 min | 2 years ago

"tony danza" Discussed on About Last Night

"Hey, listen, Whatever you've got you've got to to rent, rent. Tony, you're the man. I can't take. This is great. Now we should let a luck. Thank you buddy. Well, there it is the interview with Honi Dan's that I gotta be honest. I didn't think it was. It was ever gonna happen, but he's a busy dude and and he lives across the country and and you know, schedules, timing is everything. And the guys were with us the danza gods and and his manager, Dan fair, who's a real solid dude helped me really get this lined up and and it was incredible, and I'm glad you enjoyed it. Part two, we will get in the future. There's so much more I wanted to talk to them about and obviously can tell you just got so many great stories. He's just a guy that I would love to chat with for for hours on end. I did go see the show the next night and it was incredible. I can't recommend it enough Jason, Robert Brown. Again, our mutual pal, Tony award winner wrote incredible music. There's really nothing Tony danza can't do. I mean, this show was a prime example. His voice was. I was in off how of how good it was. Man. He just obviously you've heard him saying, you know, when he hosted his talk show and and when he was in the producers, but he'd be brings it to another level man. He's just so easy to watch cheesy to listen to likable duties. Fuck in eastern, playing the ukulele in one of the scenes and and tap dancing, I was waiting for him to start juggling and teaching fat kids how to origami. It's like, what can't you do man? It was just it was a treat to watch musical. Theater should be fun and entertaining in this this show honeymoon in Vegas was nothing short. The whole cast is brilliant. They're just super talented people. I feel like they got the best of the best to be in the show and and it was so fun to watch. If you're in New York City, Gordon neater, Landry theater, and see honeymoon in Vegas on Broadway. I can't recommend it enough. And even if you don't live here, make the trip and holidays are coming up even after the holidays take all that Christmas or Hanukkah. Kwanzaa money. You got and make a trip and go see the show. It's worth it. And it was awesome because after the show. I got to go backstage and and visit Tony. And there was this long line of people waiting outside his dressing room to say hi and you kind of, you know, walks out and kinda greets them all. And then towards the any kind of looks over, he sees a in the corner of his eye kind of catch a little glance at me, and he just got gives a big beaming danza Fazel. Hey, runs over to me, and he goes, oh, so-so going just so eager for my, you know, reaction to the show and and he's like, so what did you think? How was it? And I go, we will great. Just starts cracking up and it was. It was awesome and he, he couldn't have been more fun to watch onstage. I wanna close this special bonus episode out everything about this episode with special, and I want to close it out with one of the songs from honeymoon in Vegas to kind of give you guys a little taste, what the appetite for you to to come check the show out the title of the song. Again written by the brilliant Jason, Robert Brown, the title of the song a little luck from honeymoon in Vegas, sung by the one and only Tony danza. Hey, Donna, did not tell you the. That no matter what I would be with you. Well, Donna, can you believe it's true. Amazing. Ken, do. This done by your son. That's. That make things just like the way they were before. Baby, everything's good. Is. Can do. Love maybe flying with the stocks. We're aligned in my favor. I'm broke, but let's face it. That's no guarantee. Ps technique resolve toiling way. Is that. Sweden. Just like it used to. If some folks get well, remember show. Did we. Now Princess sitting in Georgia who view. Beijing when you feel stuck and you're in them money and you on those. Of. This would get this. The guts. Me one more. Suspect, cheap will wreck cast. Maybe. Everything's. It was touch and go, but you got mad. Amen. And missy. Basic, a well-placed trained pals and a sitting duck.

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"tony danza" Discussed on About Last Night

About Last Night

03:46 min | 2 years ago

"tony danza" Discussed on About Last Night

"What's the first two rules in to roll tools? You cannot break what's rule number with general. What's rule? Number one, never put your own money in the show. That's right. And what's real number two never put your own money in the show. I haven't even done that. That's great. Yeah, broke the day, but it's, you know, that's that is a testament to your passion for the for the work in the project and how much you love what you do say when you got the goods, you'll be okay. I got the goods. I mean, and I tell them people like, you know, I'm invoking the great New York hero, Joe name and telling people I guarantee it, you come. I come out afterwards after the show if you didn't like it, you could tell me I'm a bum, I take it. I haven't had anybody say, yeah, you can call Tony bum, but just be prepared for that left hook. I like to wrap this up and appreciate you making time for this by the way. Thank you. We end each with a quick, rapid-fire question thing. Just ten liquid. Get to know you questions and do you mind one of my, I want to do it as an, I think this will be the first time ever. One of my first impressions I started doing was of you when I started doing stand up and I would love to do a dance on dances, rapid fire. I don't know if this has ever happened before. All right, good evening folks in welcomed. The danger on danza where I Tony danza interview me, Tony danza who's the bus, not Bruce Springsteen. Let's get to know me first question, what's what's my favorite food. Your favorite food is anything Italian, basically, let's see. My favorite would be. I just had it the other day. Headline lasagna with the secret to a great resigned though. Is this us? No, it's not. Oh, no. Of course you have to have Scott have good sauce, but the secret is is that you have to make the meatballs I and used the meatballs as the meat in the in the in the lasagna twice. You just have a has. An ambulance was on you. That's what I'm saying. All right. Favorite song in a musical right now? My favorite. You a musicals. I is the song one of the on we say, I think to really quick at that so many. Six songs, they know you do, but this one called a little bit of luck. Yeah, which is sort of might the a little a little taste of that. Well, you know, it's it's Sean to his, of course dead. Why? Oh yeah, because he's now he's, he's won the girl and he seems a little bit to his. Then wife he goes, hey, Donna denied, tell you then that no matter what I would be with you again. Wild Donna. Can you believe it's true? Isn't it amazing world? A little luck can do. Wow, boy, we sound great. All right. What's more impressive? We sound grease what's more impressive doing fifteen minutes on an exercise bike or hitting a major league home run. That's the dumbest question I've ever had. Let's move on. Because a major legal would we more impressive? What feels better high? Five or hook hook? There you go a bit of sport, boxing, bobsledding. Bobsledding. Nice misdirection. I liked that. If you were late to show, would you rather travel by taxi? Oh, by unmarked. Suspicious, blue van full of vacuum cleaners from the eighties, I think the blue van. Yeah. Yeah. The classic. The classic. All right. Final question. Yes. Who would play Stony days of this in the Tony danza movie? And you can either if you have one in mind because everybody thinks about who would play them in the movie. But here's a couple of choices. Zach, Ephron Danny Glover, Sean Penn, Rachel mcadams, and I didn't want to go Rachel. Choice. He's got range..

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"tony danza" Discussed on About Last Night

About Last Night

03:37 min | 2 years ago

"tony danza" Discussed on About Last Night

"So I'm chasing him around and all of a sudden two things happened. For example, first of all, I became the over dog. I was always the also the overdo it. You know, everybody from taxi flew in John Travolta came Mary lou's like Doni. Good look than I know. Exactly, right. But people will like Hollywood as for. Yeah, same way people when they look at me when they're like starting bands, right? Yeah. All right, man, what you so okay, so there we are. So I'm out there and Dan, I can't catch this guy, and then I started to have a stupid thought which you cannot have when you boxing, I was thinking, you know, I'm on TV now. So I hope this guy don't hit me in a news a minute. I got to the word. No, he hit me right on the button. 'cause I wasn't thinking about the your head wasn't there. I get into chin. There's a great picture where the guy puts it's right on chin. My favorite like that. It's great, six. One of those pictures that you get the moment of impact or and I used to sell everybody had long hair, and I used to tell everybody, you know, all about this picture. See when he hits me how my hair flies anyway. Look up with my hands. I don't go for some reason. I don't go and I come back and beat the guy and I win the fight. But then I knew my that the party was over that it was time to. Yeah, yeah. 'cause I wasn't thinking about the right thing anyway, and you really can't get killed in their, you know. So you have to really well thank God. You took a break so that you can listen. I got lucky because this would be a very different conversation, right? Well, I'm glad it's. I'm glad I'm glad that they're the. We're hearing now in honeymoon Vegas playing right now, New York City. What's the theater you need or land? Twenty. First street historic, it's amazing. I met a loss for words because I really think it's that good. I'm flipping out. I'm thirty so pumped every night you saw down to do it. You have a routine like do you do? Is there some sort of Tony danza walk down the street that you put yourself. There is, yes. You shadow in the way they're no. No, what I do is I do is I, you know, I train all the Cochrane phenomenal shape. By the way I have an I and I have a little bit of a steam shower at my house. So I work out tickets team. Then I go and I leave early to take the subway to fifty s get off at fiftieth and I walked to the TK t. s booths, oh my God, and I roust people just go in there and say, what did you see folks? And he'll like Tony crazy, honeymoon in Vegas. I'm going to see Aladdin notch New York to see a Disney Phil. What are you? You know, You know, mom. mama, Mia, gimme a break around Netflix. Yeah, yeah. Yeah. And seeing what are you doing so anyway, see like that will do you up? Yeah, I hit that. And then that walk from forty, seven forty eight to forty first street at that time right now, especially because it's Christmas. Yeah. Yesterday was saying this week and was Santa con was three thousand million. It's bedlam out. Hug that's come on and it's quite it's moving itself, Tony, Lawson, Santa calm. I just keep moving. And then I get to the future and I put on my shoes put on my tap shoes, and I just do a little tap and I stretch and then I go onto the show Jesus. Oh, it's wonderful. You just crush it. It's just amazing hope. It runs forever because you seem so frigging happy pumped about it. I'm also producer on this too. So this I invested in a lot of ways. You know what? I broke max beyond stocks rule, you know his, his remember. Make the flop. I'm going to butcher, here's the first..

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"tony danza" Discussed on About Last Night

About Last Night

03:48 min | 2 years ago

"tony danza" Discussed on About Last Night

"He decides it put the sides down and picked up the poster. Unfurled opposes you guys really want to see a warrior. Come see me fight had my picture tough, Tony, danza knockout artist Brooklyn's knockout artist. Hey, you gotta have a tagline for yourself, right? Hit. I could punch so citywide. Yeah. Oh, we'll come and see you. So they came, they said through five, boring fights wars card of all time. Yeah. And then I came out and go on YouTube today. Go on YouTube today. Put Tony danza fight and the fight is on there. Well, what happened is they knocked the guy out. All right in Larry, that's the greatest audition I've ever seen and I get this warriors. I go to go from western for paramount for for wardrobe and ABC heard. I got a movie. They had me on a pilot deal. So they called Jim Brooks who was trying to cast a fighter. He was looking for an Irish heavyweight cheese and timing, Phil Ryan, and they made it in Italian middleweight named Phil. Banta is interesting here, so it was filled Banta. Yeah. Okay. And so. It was amazing. I went and I read with Mandy patinkin and he got thought this is crazy. I tell people, he said to me as I walked out, Jim Brooks said to me, I loved you work. I had no idea what he was talking about. So listen nuts. I was anyway. So you just so naive, it probably helps you. Oh, yeah, you know, ignorance is bliss. I was just gonna say, there's no doubt there is no, absolutely. No doubt. But I ain't so I. So I end up with that. I I had to choose at one point, choose between series in a movie and Joel Silva's call. Now you gotta take the movie and y'all you take the TV series. And I, I was I couldn't even think about movies. TV was when I knew. Yeah, I try try. That's the only reason you won't because you had a more offended. Yeah, more like I like I have a TV I saw movies, so I went to a lot of movies, big movie guy, but but I sort of I don't know. TV was a more accessible and then when you get on and it's airing just that whole expand. Is that just are? Is your head still as you're doing it? So like I'd like I'm doing this TV thing to support the boxing dream still. I mean, a, I tried, you know what I did after the first year of taxi, I go back to fighting some people take a TV movie, and I go back to find the off season for you was? Yeah, I take. I take fighter fighting a garden fighting the garden was amazing Madison Square Garden, the garden outside the hotel here outside the hotel, and everybody came. I will never forget. It was everybody from ABC. Well, the guys from this show Merv Griffin game shit. And so. It was a great night. My parents were tune. They both. You know, my both my father and my mother told me get knocked out. And so it was nice to win and have a great picture of my mother father. My and my friend said to me on, he looked so happy. I said, know it's relief. It just believed I didn't killed so course, but so I fought there. And then I fought again in Phoenix. And if I win this fight and Phoenix I'm gonna fight a top ten guy. And if I win, I beat the top ten guy. Then I get a title shot. And maybe I turn. You know, my TV coup into a title shot, and I was a big puncher. So maybe I'll get lucky, hit somebody on a chin. I'll be champion of the world and have a series. This is what I'm thinking. Of course, you have to think that big. So I go to Phoenix and I'm fighting a kid named Johnny, Johnny. Her Johnny hoard accurately anyway. I was really good. If you came to me, you come to me, I could bang you, you know. But if you moved around, I had to chase you. I could look bad for real and his guy was a Cutie he was is that a common term used in boxing acuity is acute. This guy was no door will fight. Sneeze the same of course..

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"tony danza" Discussed on About Last Night

About Last Night

03:40 min | 2 years ago

"tony danza" Discussed on About Last Night

"They give you one. This is a good one. Yeah. So when I first got the Hollywood staying like a year, I get a phone call one night and it's Sammy cons, assistant Sam. On the great writer. He wrote love and marriage. Second time around all these wonderful wants to Sinatra, say one of the guys. So he's they wanted me to come to a party at their house at Christmas party. Sammy Cahn wants me to come through. I thought he was trying to get The Danny devito. Anyway, I call and it's Hollywood royalty, and it's how I get to know old Hollywood is how I get to know Billy wilder and Gregory pack, and you know, backpacks, everybody is alleged. Okay. So Sammy and I become very close and I, I loved him very nearly passed away a few years you're going, and but he had a young wife who was a showgirl from the Latin Quarter Tita Tita TI and Thiede is a, let's just say she's hard-nosed. She she's very hard to please. She doesn't like anything. You know. She's like she's a critic, but she's a good kid. She really good girl and we're very close. And she seemed me since I decided I'm going to be a song and dance man like ninety four decided this is what I'm gonna do this, and I wrote an act and I try with a guy and I did. I went on a roll and she seen my many sort of incarnations played the Feinstein's the rainbow room, and some of it's been goods home is not. So whatever you know, but you you learning that was as you know, you gotta get out there to learn. You can't do it. Teach you gotta do it. Okay. So she came to see the show the other night. Now he says to me, she comes back. She says, see what happens when you practice. Great. You know? Yeah, there. That's really, really the people want shortcuts. You just can't. You can't take one? No, let me tell you know, like I'm singing a lot in the show. Right, and we haven't seen background by the way. I mean clearly, no. I mean, other than saying, you know. Yes. Radio, or would you sing in the shower by the way which it go to some pseudo or. Sinatra am swing guy like the swing. I like to swing, you know, I can only give you the that less for ever. You You know, know that. so so, but anybody else turned on that you can't be free enough to do that until you go out there and do it a few times coarse fish time. You're not going to be second time you little by little. You still to go, oh, wait a minute. Oh, am relaxed and it happens. But until you go out there and do and have an audience, right? Because those people who like you'll see though who will sing in the shower and then go straight to an American idol audition and then crumble. And it's like we, I like you haven't been in front of anybody. You gotta be. You gotta have that. You have to know that feeling and be able to control it, you know? And then you know, I I did a lot of stuff. I mean, I I would play performing arts centers and then we'd get the car drive two hundred miles and I'd be singing a balance the roller coaster win by. You know what I mean? So you really have to get out there and, and you know, put yourself on the line. You're one of these reviews the New York Times, said that one? Yeah, come on. Come on your character and honeymoon Vegas. Tommy Korman. Maybe the best musical portrayal of gentlemen gangster since the heyday of guys and dolls, and that the cooler thing cool spirit of the rat packs. Chairman of the board, Frank Sinatra is present in honeymoon made flesh in a deliciously underplayed star turn by Tony danza as an entrepreneur of dubious business deals and unquestionable power, holy shit, man. You know what's funny about that is that my mother is that I wrote it. Yeah, my mother that's been Brantley by the way. Oh, you know, my mother, my mother's a big Sinatra fan. She also she got you into it..

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"tony danza" Discussed on About Last Night

About Last Night

02:32 min | 2 years ago

"tony danza" Discussed on About Last Night

"You know, one way or the other, you know, you know what your stand. Yeah. Let's talk about the show. Honeymoon Vegas. You return to the stage. Talking, I saw you in the producers and that was amazing and say, you know, I I used to think that was the hardest part on Broadway until the rob McClure who's playing Jack singer in this unbelievable part. I mean, he's got to kill himself. What is it? I mean, I start a Demisch goes all since fifth grade through high school and then college even a little bit is the one man? Yeah. I mean, this this and I was telling you before we got on Jason, Robert Brown as a buddy of mine from SE guess professed and he was he's, I mean, just, you know, Tony award winner. Brilliant. And I was telling you how he was shown me some of the songs he was working on and being like, I'm trying to get, hopefully Tony danza. And if you do that, like you're making the right choice. And now here we are like four years ago. He came to my my house and he played this this verse from out of the sun to song I sing in the show, and I was like, holy mackerel. I get to sing that I'm in, but I gotta tell you, we, you know, I, I see everything I've been going and I'm a musical guy goes in high school there, and I and I go. I go to Broadway a lot. You sing on your show a lot to which I let them. Yeah. Yeah, it was nothing like this. Nothing like this. How so? Well, first of all, the music Jason wrote is, is beyond belief. It's so funny, Andrew Bergman, you know, he wrote not only this, but he wrote the in laws evoked the soapdish. She wrote blazing, saddles, wrote the freshman. So he's there. And it's just a great ensemble. They put together a bunch of people. This kid, this kid, rob McClure. He was chaplain number when he got the Paul, he came in rid. And what happened was he came in red and I was like, oh, this is the guy. And then you involved in that process. Hoping over four years. So he he went and when did chaplain I was like, crushed, I don't want to do with anybody else and then chaplain closed sorry. But he but we got him and and I told him when I got him, I said, I'm writing you all the way to the promised land. He's he's on believable if anything, he aggravates me because he reminds me how I used to feel. He's just incredible. Yeah, and it's a great group of people Bryn O'Malley's unbeliev David Joseph by the guy that plays the the, the Elvis casino singer here. There's a camaraderie musical theater that you definitely just don't. I mean, it's I'm sure it's similar to the sitcom world right like, but it's more because there's there's so much mechanization in the show..

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"tony danza" Discussed on About Last Night

About Last Night

04:14 min | 2 years ago

"tony danza" Discussed on About Last Night

"Listen to. Right. And. Time of the day. So come on three to sell. It's about last night. To. So we got about twenty to thirty. Okay, cool. Awesome. He looked sharp by the way. Yeah, so this is a real treat for me. My pleasure been a big fan of you for a while. I'm thrilled that we're here for honeymoon in Vegas, but at the same token disappointed, when I hear phrases in the outfield to. But. You laugh. Yeah, that was a great movie. I was so much fun to do. Yeah. The you're, you're kind of to me, I think is New York as a get someone you grew up in Brooklyn. Your father was a sanitation worker, garbage man in the city, is it? Do they prefer garbage man or a sanitation worker like the more medical term. Probably prefer sanitation man, but I think my phone's the garbage man. He, he worked on the street that I lived on and went to school on on. Okay. Yeah, I was always so proud of him because he's the drop me off at school with the truck. High school. Let me right inside the truck, of course, but he really was on the block and and you know, he used to say to me, hey, don't do anything wrong because somebody will definitely tell me I have a buddy who said it was also a garbage man. And he said that that instilled like definitely like some work ethic and him because it was like the consistency of getting up every morning and just like garbage man's disease. What time you gonna see, you got to get up at five thirty. You know, and. You know, somebody asked me, you know, what's the big thing you parents gave him? One of the big things that gave me is that work ethic. You know, watching him go to work. My mother was another one went to work all the time, but but watching you, I remember when it would rain when it's not we, we moved to Long Island when I was like fifteen, and we moved to Malvern Long Island when it would snow he'd have to get to Brooklyn. Okay. He would walk. He'd hitchhike to Brooklyn, he'd get he'd have to be at work. So Mao unity, Clint get there in a car. Excuse me, you know, you go outside and see his footprint says he went down the plot. And so New York is kind of it's been home for why you lived in LA. But I lived in LA fo- almost thirty five years and I, it's, it was so good to me and everything else, and then it sort of went to when it didn't go so well in the end. And I just decided that my daughter was coming here to go to parks. It was coming in and go to school. And so I said, I'm coming with you, right? All I moved to New York of almost five years ago now and it's the greatest being. Yeah, what is it? Why is it so specialty? Everyone always compares Elliott New York. But I mean, there's obviously. One thing is the brush to brush the brushes. You brush against me. You know in in LA you don't brush your in your call. The only time you get a brush when you give the fingers. No, it's it's just there's a, there's just a livelier walking, so I don't own a car. Imagine what was the last time you've driven yourself? I was in LA, had a drive drive still nice guy. Some guy made fun of my have a mini Cooper be called me a little far or something like wait a minute defense. Yeah, it is cool. It's yeah. What? What were you driving before? The mini Cooper? I've been driving that many nice to have. You know, I had a Cadillac, of course Jaguars, but drove an unmarked blue van for a little while in two thousand and five to my business majett. That's when those mini Coopers came. They would, yes, I got an s I got a black and I s black on gray, six speeds. And he said to me, that's what you're going to drive. That's all. That's what I've been driving for. I still have it. It's great. You ever you avoid like you're right, like confrontations on the road. Now if you maybe have a little brush up on the subway, but it's a lot less. I love the subway. It's a lot less passive on the subway. If someone's going to get in your face and New York is very in your face. And that's what's great about it..

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"tony danza" Discussed on The Bill Simmons Podcast

The Bill Simmons Podcast

03:15 min | 2 years ago

"tony danza" Discussed on The Bill Simmons Podcast

"You must not be saying a crucial thing to me. You're saying lead with the crown of the helmet ahead is that's where my head is, and my neck is going to take a real big shot here fellas. So what I what I, what I ended up doing was I would sort of shrug my shoulders up high and I locked my helmet into the cavity between the shoulder pads thinking that, well, that's gonna lock it in place now it can't kink right or kink left or back at all. And that's the way. So I looked like lurch, just an idiot stunt, double that. A lot of work in that film for me. I was gonna pay spa. I've played softball with you. I I can do a baseball movie who wants to watch those all the good ones have been done. Yeah. Great scripts. And I'm just like, I'm seriously. Oh yeah. Like there's a. There's a Pete Rose one right now is like I first of all stories, not not finished yet, and I just don't think you can touch the sacred ground of the bull Durham's and natural. You know, even major league, I had this idea. I think Tommy who is the guy gave the idea to for the baseball movie was up mouse tower. Didn't he do one today? Well, so there's a lot of these athletes are. Yeah. These athletes are frustrated baseball players. So I had this idea for in. It's like a half baked idea as my friend Kevin was just call it. It's basically an excuse to all these actors who secretly want to show everyone that they're good at a sport, like baseball, Costner, Tom Selleck. Yeah. All eight, right. Chris Oleg it's basically some some actor buys a minor league baseball team and puts in Hollywood and the gimmicks going to be. He has his actor friends kind of be on the AA team, but then they actually become pretty good and it's like it's one of those, but it's the only way the only reason to do it is because people like Bryan Cranston or still like, yeah, I could play now I can in baseball. Three hundred is crystal starter. You get all those Tony danza and you comb runoff, Tony, Dan's at the Hollywood stars game. Sprinting, Lou Ferrigno. Yeah, I had a gaffer. It was Hollywood stars gave well the Hollywood stars and I, they still do it, but now at softball and they bring in a fence and everything, but back then it was it was it was it was hard ball. It was overhand God and yeah, and I kind of close my eyes and hit one pretty hard right field gap supply at the plate. They didn't take Lou frig no out for defense late. The lady he was he was. He was not closing quickly. Yeah, but it was. It was great, Fred, Rogan post game interview and everything. Oh my God, buddy. You own Tony danza. Yeah, he jumped into my house, Tony. Yeah. So what's extra you Ozark? And then what else. We will. We will. We're, we're working on stuff now we'll see. What's your favorite movie that you've done, what you go to. This is the most happy with this movie? What's it? Good question. Still haven't met the movie. He, I don't know..

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"tony danza" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

04:23 min | 2 years ago

"tony danza" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"John everybody thinks for hanging out with us we're just hanging out with josh grove and courtesy of abc this morning and he's he's doing the acting thing i guess as he dabbled in that before yeah glad we eighty wins but i just meant small screen like like a regular series i guess i just don't remember him the first time i saw him as an actor yeah was an ally mcbeal oh really okay all right so he has been doing the tv they do it all i guess so well let's hear about his new netflix show the good cop a tony segue here starring tony danza i'm tony oh man what a pleasure this this last year has been filming this new show it's on it's on netflix i got an i got an email from andy brickman who created the show called monk which has just wanted to classic new modern classic shows and he loves these mystery family friendly mystery shows and he wrote me saying hey i thought if you for this role it's called the good cop i want you to be my title character and so i play a guy named tony caruso junior and i play a guy who's obsessed with the rules on the head of homicide nypd and my dad played by the bryant tony danza is one of the places of the most corrupt cops in history his parole he has to live with me and i'm trying to kind of reverse the fortunes of the family name and together each episode the new crazy mystery and so it's it's a lot of fun tony is such a legend and he's just such kind of the guy i kind of the patriarch of our cast and just has so many amazing stories and he's a song and dance man he goes out there and he's you know between takes he's like soft showing around the said he can't help himself it's great but we had a blast what a pleasure to work with him and i kinda sounds good you know i love these i started watching shades of blue it's i'm episodes behind it came back two weeks ago and this is the final season yes and good news for animal kingdom they confirmed there is going to be a foresees there they changed their minds don they get dennis leary oh so glad because we're not getting ellen barkin as much because she's in prison she needs to get out she's such a bad ass bitch i used to love her previous clause was on last night now we shall previous yeah china net i'm going to get caught up now because there's something weird happened with clyde and behind on that one but shades of blue casey every time if it no matter what he'll always stop because ray liotta i think it is the legions to ray liotta from goodfellas he cannot walk past a t if liotta zahn and goes why is this guy was yelling i go go back and look at goodfellas skews yellen and that to member when we saw him in his sweatpants in malibu vary at the battle in the bathroom maleable martin and we were shocked at how handsome was despite his deeply pockmarked face and every in stanford he's not very tall but he was handsome and had the most incredible is well his eyes or something but anyway i just forget at him and he said well didn't he always yelling goodfellas but it's back and i know i kind of like these cop shows all right let's listen to them talk about term with adina menzel see i'd like to see him and i i don't care about seeing her do you feel that way about this totally she's goodall we just don't i heard too many things about her about her deviousness don dina mozelle oh my god super bowl yes let oh i don't know anything listen how would you like have to sing that damn song for the rest of your life you need to come to listen a lot of people have to sing hager and keith richards the rolling stones they love singing that i mean they got respect but i don't know maybe a dina's doesn't feel like she can respect the disney song i.

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"tony danza" Discussed on 850 WFTL

850 WFTL

03:49 min | 2 years ago

"tony danza" Discussed on 850 WFTL

"Doesn't we used to take a drink but we can't do that anymore not allowed to drink in the studio plus he would get so many wrong that we would get drunk by the way and so who play you play at home we guess whether to get it right or wrong that's how it works all right so here we go what did you last week i think i got like one or two i can't remember to to at the very end yeah yeah i think he did i think the one was the week before so you're gonna break the i think you'll break you gotta break to here we go okay question number one who was the lead singer of the police ron was he was going to i say yes we'll get that garrett who is i saw them in miami sting one for one yeah here you go you're in a row number two who's the boss started started what famous tony the tv show who's the boss started what famous tony no tony bennett tony bennett hey boss i got a crazy yeah love it so who's it was tony danza who tony okay all right question number three this hockey legend was known as the great one yeah i think you'll know this sports i say no he's not gonna know it wow was this wayne gretzky full all right there you go you've asked me this one before i remember she i'm always this is from now on we'll be these i'm gonna slip in occasional questions to see if you pay attention to already plus i'm running out of questions to ask number four jake and elwood blues were the stars of what movie say he gets this yeah i think so blues brother's all right so how you doing so far i've got three all right it's my average maureen mccormick starred as marcia in what tv series i'll say i'll say yes kilkare say no because of the way you worded the question was it the brady bunch wow wow these are really easy all right number six this group had hit called love shack run i'll say we'll get i agree he won't get it i singing the song in my head i can't that doesn't chrysler away that would be the b fifty two very this this weekend or was it was last week were they they're coming to town with culture club how old is he now that guy fred schneider is to be the eighties eighties yes chrysler that's an old number seven this legendary coach has a trophy named after him give it to the super bowl chance i'm gonna say say yes little faith lombardi all right all right number asia very well she started with john travolta in the movie grease who is it is it to fix her face i've seen this movie can't think of her name now i don't know newton john now i wouldn't have gotten that all right i guess i i mean i i for some reason like kate or a cathy was in my head all right kate smith.

"tony danza" Discussed on Pop Culture Continuum

Pop Culture Continuum

01:31 min | 2 years ago

"tony danza" Discussed on Pop Culture Continuum

"And then what other women are there on the show a sexist both moms just bring both moms whose abbie's mom have you smile is someone famous it was was she come on and she had that crazy because he was drinking a lot and shit i don't remember i just remember her dad tony danza you know the the episode where it was i think the second time that alana was working as a waitress and like she got fuck who was yeah i can't remember who it was now they could also just just bring a hillary clinton back and half her play unless you're not doing anything now have you seen this is not related to anything that you just said i just thought that could bring jenny slate on because i always like jenny slate but jenny slate is in nevada movie have you seen the trailer for that no it's kind of funny healthy pronounces simba symbiotic i don't have right pronunciation but it sounds like our pronunciation is wrong it probably is although kerry gilpin peri gilpin from well that's from frazier please abbie's mom but speaking of frazier of any of our listeners can help me out i saw this episode a frazier that i i wish i could new the title but it was one where there was this huge misunderstanding so look that up for me guys if you know what i'm talking about in i can answer your you're thinking three's company.

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"tony danza" Discussed on Doug Loves Movies

Doug Loves Movies

01:44 min | 2 years ago

"tony danza" Discussed on Doug Loves Movies

"Yeah they lead but all you guys are still there so that's cool steve's is a little bit more abstract and yet it's just a picture tony dance i've tony danza we have to tell the other great prairie so remember the clamdiggers story from a few minutes ago that's actually the second time that shandor sake are duped me the first time was in the mail at my apartment in new york i got tony danza headshot autographed by tony danza said dear steve i'm a big fan of your work we should work together sometime he was still excited best tony i called up all these fucking assholes you send me a fucking signing everyone he's like no no you gotta tony danza headshot that's awesome right are you going to do a movie with them look he says he's a big fan of my work wants to work with me he picked me out of all the lizard that's the way i felt just like that so but this guy who you're playing for is he's name tony yeah oh great okay but so here's the thing i put my my autograph tony danza headshot in a frame i stuck it on the wall where people could see it when they walked in like is that a real tony danza hatch i'm like fuck yeah it's real tony danza headshot he's a fan of my work anyway a year went by and this motherfucker was like i said you could tony danza headshot.

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"tony danza" Discussed on The Bone 102.5

The Bone 102.5

02:35 min | 2 years ago

"tony danza" Discussed on The Bone 102.5

"So you're still alone on the television program who's the boss action thank you because you know john homeboy they do don't be happy you the war against hey is clearly not doing desert look both does the same right john no no this is tony danza see semede through what are you doing you'll get all hot nelson mean to you oh no you see the transformation i had to go through to become each he can tony danza is stallone on cocaine maybe so maybe that's in real life maybe he's a lot like like silvester slowed on cocaine which is redundant because probably turned down to bolivia months at death valley ski they're almost the same guy both big table saw a little bump ski from time to time you gotta keep on this too i'm out of my mind mona obeying you totally different by the way have you met a producer named mica hi my name again seventy seven five seven nine one or two five is the number we'll return then congratulations that gentlemen we still i'm sure have some weezer and pixies tickets to give away who plays for our opening for pixies or pixies opening for weezer on i don't know i would have to go pixies as much of a pixies fan as i am i think it's pixies opening for weezer if it gave away it's a great giveaway i think we are greater commercial success for sure but if you were to ask any fan of the alternatives genre who was more groundbreaking more pivotal and better represents alternative rock and roll it would be the pixies over weezer but we had much more mainstream success do you think as it appears on the ticket whoever's name appears i is the headliner i don't know sometimes bands do co headlining tours depending on what city they're in it they know they're bigger than that ban my play last sometimes the bigger band chooses to go because they just want to hang out the show that is true yeah that's very true the aerosmith guns and roses tour for many years ago when you think about this for a second seventy seven five seven nine one or two five co headline towards us yeah solved so quickly when we come back we've been sitting on this audio for a.

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