18 Burst results for "Tracey Ullman"

"tracey ullman" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

01:32 min | 8 months ago

"tracey ullman" Discussed on KGO 810

"It was the voice of Homer always the voice Ono yeah he does he was on the Tracey Ullman show right they must pay really well to stay with that job for that long because it would be practically effortless you just got a shop into a radio studio or they might even come to you we've had some fairly bitter battles right and so the years would have like a hundred thousand an episode now or I have an idea yeah but does certainly all the writers of turned over and everything like that a hundred times in that amount of time yeah whatever I tuned in it's always funny yeah it's just not part of my routine anymore it was part of my routine for like she's twenty years boy of that my kids grow up with it and I found that at least two of them or subscribe to the Disney plus now purely because it has all of the Simpson's thirty episode thirty years that's just incredible yeah this is still get ratings and make money I mean obviously knows yeah it is been renewed through twenty twenty one so they wouldn't be renewing a loss leader yeah I look forward to when my kids are old enough to watch it because I will you know I'm watching the Mr plow episode of my son would be a highlight of my life usually the monorail yeah the last line is fairly suggestive I remember that that show you my well kids it's over now Robert I'm Jack Armstrong he's Joe getting on this Tuesday December seventeenth the year twenty nineteen Armstrong in getting we approve of this program we hope you enjoyed a show as much as the Koreans did animate so let's begin officially courting the FCC rules rags at mark as a leading up to Christmas target is staying open extra late for shoppers well over at Walmart the windows are still smash from Black.

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"tracey ullman" Discussed on The Daily Show with Trevor Noah: Ears Edition

The Daily Show with Trevor Noah: Ears Edition

04:26 min | 1 year ago

"tracey ullman" Discussed on The Daily Show with Trevor Noah: Ears Edition

"Question rights weeds behind hit because i think that the millennia he's a russian thing putting years ago she's like this birtles robots and but now she's like mir space station and she's old and she needs to be dropped in to see so what i've done in russia. She's this book that we keep having to come into the white house and reprogram her because she's she's running out of steam and she's going wrong so that's my take econet because even trip is confusing to a lot simpler when you're that little i the man i'm loving like all of the takes that you have on these people because for you to impersonate them what already enjoys you create a different world that they exist in you creates a character like even in that clip that we saw the theresa may who's grappling with standing up to trump whilst at the same time being afraid of standing up to him trying to be perceived as a strong political leader so essentially what you're doing these characters eric. Are you trying to find the human in all of them yeah yeah theresa may not my politics not my thing but she's a vicar's daughter you know and she she and i she just breaks my heart. She looks like a cross between wild and they'll for ocean. Did you see had dancing africa coming up. How did you did you see it. I mean bless her heart. Somebody told her. It looked terrible so she did it again. They told me too. I'm excited for for this new season specifically because because i heard that you have decided to make the show more topical so so you start making the show and then trump happened and then you went no. We've got it like we make everything now. Now we go to admiral admiral trump so you're going to add things weekly. You're gonna change things like what what is going to be topical that you really enjoy shooting the show so we banked material shoot shoot extra bits like two days before it went out on what had happened in the news because it changes the news cycles like thirty six minutes now. It's crazy so and that was was exciting for me. That's like doing my own little mini sort of saturday night. Live thing it's jolly exciting england. You know exciting for us. Do you like england you doing them so funny. Tell me about the royal wedding like how you went from. Do you come to england. I think you like wait a minute. I saw you in england. I i kinda. Cappuccino speed you very funny. Well thank you very much. I appreciate what you said. That day at dickey's wasn't it. Do you do any the royal family. I do. Commend park bells wild. One shouldn't be move. I think she's a wonderful grandmother and she takes she takes the grandchildren. Let's do things like drum kittens in barrels suit up and she's a lot of fun. I think you know i could do this like shout people at you and then just just what you enjoy it before. I let you go. I have to know like what is your most favorite. There's gonna be like the one character that you have always loved doing the one person you've done impersonating the one invoice that they go to whenever you feeling sad i a one karol mainly all alcoholic big the lipton hollywood. I say as drunken say anything. I wanted about anybody. Am people like that. She was i was so relaxed being old all this woman on my family here nipple from the hip and it was so relaxing and i could say anything i like that she saw american to me so you're you've come to america to do a show like can i did and i noticed i can see is love ofo dung. I love your book. You are forced to be directly not at that time. I had a tough time in the working class. Go from england. It's not easy thing. Look look at how far fall we've come to thank you.

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"tracey ullman" Discussed on The Daily Show with Trevor Noah: Ears Edition

The Daily Show with Trevor Noah: Ears Edition

05:07 min | 1 year ago

"tracey ullman" Discussed on The Daily Show with Trevor Noah: Ears Edition

"You're listening to comedy central tracey ullman the it's nice to meet you yellowish red so exciting to meet you. Oh you say there was an old trip came back in time young trevor good to meet. You honestly so great for you because you'll show was really popular in south africa. I was really yeah wishing characters tracey ullman. Something put my name in the i i so i liked the no mistaking and how you could perform all of these different characters back with a new season of your show on h._b._o. And what i still within it when you look at what politics is now. Do you find it harder to go above often beyond what's happening in reality. It's really tricky. I never used to do this sort of political settlement. You bet and you wrote member in the eighties. It was like spitting image in england with pits puppets of reagan and manufacture and they tried that show in america and they couldn't take because you're making fun of the president base to have ronald reagan walking along with the president's brain is missing in their little brain battle but they couldn't do that then then they tried it in american. It was coming out of the president now. You're making fun of everybody all the time. You used to be so sweet came to this country. You're loving it though yeah looking i got some birds wants to impersonate nine mirko and to resume you saw that micron nicholas sturgeon and you know there's lots for me to do the that is the one that gets me because i get you know when i see theresa may go like okay. I can see someone doing an impression of that but like what angle even sound like no. She doesn't like when i see how i don't know it's like some law to start should just wolfed arms from he has to go. I think it was george w came up behind her and gave her a big hug and she went doc. I thought matching the only woman in the room with burlesque own solution. Oh what a nightmare cameroon and so. I don't know what she's really like but i think they'll choose anxious vice sexy. She's six six bomb giving off the mask. Vein balance only sees me his hair. Dye is -unding unindo space so so i imagine i imagine them off duty but i never you know i don't impersonate politicians because i'm incredibly political and i'm this sort of like infuriated related liberal and i hate trump the most and the best i you know i i empathize sees the poignancy and sadness people. What a horrible time to be prime minister. Theresa may yes. It is the worst brexit you've got. You've got trump on on the opposite side. You're trying to deal with him. You're trying to do the public school. Boys like boris johnson david all up and now they've gone to their shatters norm unless today's it a clear this horrid mess nick. Let me ask you this. How how happy are you when like like you're saying you know like america was in this place where you couldn't really make fun of these people and then you got came in america. You had characters ripe in two thousand and six. I think it was when you got married. You have known enough astle void. I cable barrick example. Dick cheney might send me the home so you became american too. I just wanted to feel more secure and being able to be the system and make political jokes and i wanted to vote not yeah and now when you look at the characters that pop up. Are you like like for instance like like you're saying you have all of these women who you now get to impersonate in politics in unlike who really famous worldwide like melania trump was being a gift from god. That's like a gift from god the but i don't play her. I got a beautiful multiply. Her limitations kid you know i'm so sick up in a sex symbol. I get tired of it. I thought i'll let someone else do that and i played the.

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"tracey ullman" Discussed on Everything's Coming Up Simpsons

Everything's Coming Up Simpsons

04:05 min | 1 year ago

"tracey ullman" Discussed on Everything's Coming Up Simpsons

"And so for somebody like him to crossover to a network television show, even network like FOX, which was still new and scrappy and kind of rewriting the rules, and all that stuff was a very big deal. And so to see him on Tracey Ullman every week felt like this moment of like. Oh, wow. One of ours is kind of making it into the big time, you know. And so then for this to become an actual series. Everybody was really excited because you know, the this they there was a promising taste of stuff, and we loved, you know, life in hell and all its up. So the the the notion that this was going to become a weekly show was huge. And there was going to start as a Christmas special. You know, was was was also kind of again fitting it into a more traditional TV thing. This was. A trope we recognize and so it felt almost subversive in a way that like graining is going to be on TV, and it's going to be a Christmas special. You know? So I just I just remember in you know, I remember I remember where I was when I heard this was going to be a thing in the spring of nineteen eighty nine. And so and when did air at the end of that year, it was just it was a huge deal. I was working at the Dallas times herald, which is a newspaper that no longer exists. Newspapers were this thing. I'm having of that. Older millennial. Yeah. That is amazing wish a chapter about this in our book, which would make an excellent holiday. Okay. Get both of our books. People one hundred things Simpsons fans should know. And. We have a chapter all about this explaining how this was not meant to be the pilot, and how ended up being how ended up being our introduction to the Simpsons as a actual series, right because the production was taking longer than you know, they intimidated an as we've alluded to many times in this podcast. And as you probably the listener, no it takes a long time to put together an animated show, especially as compared to a live action show. You know, they have to like make a, you know, a certain extent of the storyboards, and you know, that kind of stuff on American soil, but then most often ship it over to production companies in Korea and just a lot of cogs machine. So that sort of what happened with the Simpsons early on? And of course, they wanted to make the best first impression possible. Yeah. And people think that you are able to animate in real time. But that'd be hard on the animators risks. So we also talk a little bit about Mimi Mimi Pons and towel, you know, her experience with Simpson's. And and what she considered it to be as a boys room kinda boys up kind of kept her from being someone that was actually on the staff, which is really interesting because you would think the person who was involved in the very first episode. It'd be treated like royalty. Yeah. I know no Scovill also has a really interesting story that she goes into great detail in her book just the funny parts, which is another fantastic gift. You can give yourself give you know, the people in your life, stocking up under the trees. But she I believe was just a freelance writer, but she wrote the episode where Homer accidentally eats the poison fish blowfish. It's so good, which if y'all did not catch the MAURICE Lamarche episode where y'all discuss that go back and listen to that when it's terrific. Thank you. Okay. So let's actually get into this episode. We always like to start it with a Wikipedia read from Julia ice cold. I feel like when you introduce me like that. It's a separate career in just reading Wikipedia us as like an audible exclusive that's a job now. I know I should have it. Okay. Wow. In the episode Homer Simpson. That he will he will not be getting a Christmas bonus. And thus his family has no money to buy Christmas presents after they had to waste money on getting his son BART's tattoo removed..

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"tracey ullman" Discussed on Amanpour

Amanpour

04:28 min | 2 years ago

"tracey ullman" Discussed on Amanpour

"So joining the one hundred sixty thousand breath who have already applied for an Irish passport, presumably bombed that says, I'm standard. Europeans, hate me are dedicated team will trawl through your ancestry and find some kind of Irish relative who qualifies you. Sure. Everyone's like the added possible helped me remember that might Omar. To the next time. You see me playing MRs Brown. The other one Judi Dench is one of my favorite characters. What about the relationship that you portray between Theresa May in Donald Trump? Will she get Fulmer FaceTime and has a talk with him. And I think they're standing by with a large scotch. But when he got so. I think they were all terribly puzzled by Trump first Merckel too, but now getting used to it and the figuring out how to play Macron's, figuring out how to plant and brought his sheet doesn't go through his did windy tells her what she's in glide shoot for somebody's. That's what sixty four. And if quench Clem of goals, Liam, I play hair in the first show that was interesting play Brigitte Macroom is taking on the president of the United States too easy these days. Yeah, it is too easy. It's becoming bitch all and I because I'm spending more time in London. I come here and it's like people are under siege and their possessed, and it's like I get to break it up a little more by doing some something varied on my show. If I just at Trump will just talked about. Trump would go out my mind. I hope you take us the right way, but what's the secret to staying in the business, this long. I mean, it's remarkable. There's not that many immediate male or female that have had the run that your careers had pretty great. I think. For America, thirty years to a producer, sadly my husband passed away five years ago, and he taught me so much about controlling the rights owning the show's distribution, and he believes the business stuff and and let me do the creative stuff. And we worked together as we thought we sort of the English does he loo. Big gaps between working. It's taken Toma for children and I don't. I'm not obsessed with working all the time I get to do. I want to do. When I do it seems like come up with and I still do this multi-character thing. You know that the credits of my show me on my mother's windowsill when I was six doing the Tracey Ullman show and I'm still doing it and thank God. I made a bit of money at it and I living out of it. But yes, longevity and the business. You've said before that that window show for your mom started after your father had passed away. This was way for you and heard deal with grief. Tell me about that. Well, we'd love to laugh in my family. You know, we have a very down to a sort of London working class. It's a human, I, yeah, cheddar up made a law, but not just funny, just making fun of things. Sad things is to impersonate the spinster that lived opposite ask any cokes who'd never gotten married because her fiance had been killed in the first World War Jawara Willie Hatton rubber boots and to be her, you know, I could be her for my mama mama call. You know you wanted to break the hearts tunes would have been person everyone in my village. And of course it's a way to deal with the sadness and grief and let me go to some doing again. Really my husband died five years ago. I came back to do the show and I'm doing all again as an adult woman. Who did you look up to who? Who gave you some confidence to say. Go ahead. You keep doing this funny stuff. People always wonderful car trucks like Mikey Smith and Patricia Hayes and Judi Dench, but they were trained and they did Shakespeare. You could do it pretty my Lord. I wasn't that girl on this. You need head of London accent, and I had seen Gilda Radner on told men and bits of Carol Burnett didn't show much of that in England and Lucille ball was around in the fifties. I thought, wow, we were bit behind them all in England, but then we've caught up now and but I always had this great admiration for. The way women could thrive on American television. Should there be anything that is off limits for comedy where I think we're a national conversation right now and what's.

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"tracey ullman" Discussed on Amanpour

Amanpour

04:31 min | 2 years ago

"tracey ullman" Discussed on Amanpour

"And I'll hurry strain of us and sat down with Tracy elementary. Talk about the Tracey Ullman show. Right. So you've got season three coming. It's a sketch show if someone has not watched season one or two, what are these about. I, my first the shows originated in England. I was asked by the BBC off the thirty years. Would I like to do television show in England, like goodness, I didn't think anyone's rate of the BBC any more. And the BBC was now run by a woman Charlotte more. He's doing an incredible job. And the executive of comedy department was my family more. And when I've been at the BBC thirty years ago, it was why bedded bow ties story about the war on both anything that was IT Asari. Rounded McCain's. That's pretty bad. I started the show three years ago and I thought, wow, England's. Now this buzzing global, how multinational, melting pots going on here. The food's great. Now want to take on this country again and all the things kept it international Senate to which. Oh, and then we voted Brexit. Everything changed in the psychology changed, and then that became interesting and. So this is my third year, the first two sort of slower. And I would do like one of the characters. It became a bit of a break, half triangle Markel, Joe Johnson, and I couldn't really do sketches about her, shoot them in September and put them out in January because so much happened. So this season, we filmed some things earlier and hope they would remain pertinent. And then two days before transmission or day before transmission, we'd run in and we had a standing set for ten Downing Street, so I could be to raise a may. Panicking, vote, Brexit, Philip, and we it was lovely excited. It's like damone, it'll Saturday Night Live because the new cycle is so fast. Let's take a look at a clip from Angela Merkel. You playing angle Merkley vivo tain. You either take you screw some everyday situations, and all you must do is not always the is y'all. Beginning. Laing's you pick it up. You hear a teenage boy whose voices biking, you'll realize it is toys. A may. All tie Hodeida Tunsil not give all right. First of all, can we say. Amazing work on the makeup and the word that is uncanny, how good these folks are able to make you look? How long does that take? Not long at this moment, television shed Jill and if only make up takes more than an hour and a half. I just can't do something to get through my days. So we have chigney makeup artist, good flora, Shula a duchess coked up and he gives me it's brilliant. It's sort of made with gelatin. Now years ago, I used to work latex talking through a kitchen sponge. We two men put them on in the morning, mustn't take more than on a Hoffman's and I'm Angela Merkel for how long and maybe three lunch time and change have to be quick because that keeps the spontaneity in the energy going. And it sounds bit pretentious, but I am angular Mercker falsely hours on it, talked to people as they are. Absolutely. So this melancholy who I imagine. All my characters of politicians off duty. I didn't want to see them making speeches or in office. It's how they all behind the scenes interests me. How do you? How do you model the mannerisms? What do you study about someone to make it convincing? Teach me if I wanted to figure out how to imitate someone is that their walk because yes is but particularly her shoulders a tad and she moves arms put oil from here. So it was on a move from here and it was not a Bush. I think George W hug from behind years ago, Anglo American, and she would. It was like he's a career action. I thought she's the only girl in the room. You know, when you go perilous, Coney in there and omen guys, you know? And she's, and then I thought the hook for hose secret lich is very sexy. So she's a six, boom, six poem giving off the six musk, and she's my policy because of set. I'd Meyer enormously and I hope she knows I exist. What is it about politics that you find intriguing enough to put the time and effort into these characters?.

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"tracey ullman" Discussed on Amanpour

Amanpour

04:11 min | 2 years ago

"tracey ullman" Discussed on Amanpour

"Some unlatch dancers been, I think we seen the consequences of that my response so is to say New Zealand. Well, we can either respond by feeding some of the fear, exacerbating fear actually saying we can do things differently, and the response doesn't have to be isolationism. It can be, it can be open. It can be as a trading nation continuing to take a multilateral approach, and that is the approach that we take. Lodges Americans of suddenly become sensitized to win us. Eland is not just because of you and your profile the good because we're not actually on every meant that be seriously. Let's actually a real problem with edit campaign around it. There maps where we have missing news actually. True. Well, I'm sure pita -til can single handedly put museum back on the map and all these billionaires who look at New Zealand is a doomsday refuge for themselves. Is that something you welcome? I mean, do you want to rich internationals to buy up tracts of land? I've hit this and whatever reason that in visas, they're interested in New Zealand. We are. We are country that welcomes overseas investment into productive economy. We want it to be genuine benefit to New Zealand. We wanted to grow jobs of the Becca vet investment. We've we've taken a particular view and it comes to simply seeing residential housing, and it's simply because we have a housing crisis and what is the view? What have you done? Look, we've seen no to offshore recent. You'll pitches says we someone has no long term interest in residing in New Zealand and making a home in a base. And I guess just finally, you had a forum with your predecessors woman, Helen Clark, prime minister, and she was talking and you were talking about the three stages of feminism and there was suffrage and the vote and empowerment and running for office of it. And the next one she says, the current one is protecting against abuse, the abuse of women, which we see all over the place. The United States is in the middle of metoo movement. You've got all these allegations of the supreme court, nominee, etc. How does one right those scales? How how does one make that balance and protect women and what? Still a very dangerous world for women. And I think this is probably something that within the New Zealand context that we've been very life to for some time we have horrific, right? So of domestic violence, intimate partner, violence, our reporting, right? His has been as low as nine percent for use. We, we know that domestically, we have a significant to travel to improve those numbers and status for woman. For me there that Knicks wives, though it's actually about bicyc- security for women and underpinned by very simple notion of respect, respect in the workplace for speak in the home. You've woman has the right to feel safe in the day to day lives and what can be basic than that. And depending that as well for me, financial secure. Eighty the bullet for women to have. The the opportunity to to support who family tempted independence aimed if she's in an abusive situation overlay ship the ability to to move to leave based on that financial security. So we can on the fact that we have over piecing Tyson of women and low paid work. We've gene to pay pay. Could he issues? These are all intertwined and we have to take all of it on. It's big job to other Joe. Thank you. Big job indeed. But I wonder whether the prime minister Auden will become a subject for our next guest comedian Tracey Ullman. She's the first and only British woman to have her own TV sketch shows in both the UK and the United States in her latest series. She takes a look at the women shaping our world today from Angola Merckel Theresa May too Malania Trump the comedian says that she looks empathy and had characters taking a particular interest in their actions behind the scenes as well..

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"tracey ullman" Discussed on Alice @97.3

Alice @97.3

01:42 min | 2 years ago

"tracey ullman" Discussed on Alice @97.3

"That's true and bad mom to the applesauce girl. Applesauce, let's put a Harrison Ford calls her oh yeah She's got a couple of films yeah she's. Got. A TV, show coming up called, dead to me yeah so he I guess. She's busy but I can't see them really doing that. You want to, see a reboot of made with. Don't how about you then I can. Skip, it Yeah can't keep up with the. With the TV that's on as it is Shows on every day a few times a day still you watch yourself No I see. The channel and I look at it. First second and. Then I change it isn't gone yesterday when we were I don't, know, I guess I would have been in college or maybe it was yeah. I was probably in college as they were launching FOX as a network and this TV. Show was one of the shows that help them launch a whole network it was Simpson's and married with children and Herman's. Had was on there And seemed like there was in living color was. John Tracey Ullman show right yeah so anyway I mean I don't know I need to see, it? But. Ninety seven, maybe another, ninety seven yeah That's one married with, children that when we first started ninety. Seven Whoa stopped airing Eighty. Six. To. Ninety. Seven okay You. Gotta, gotta, be wrong all. Right hey listen we gotta break we'll come back with news and some music right. After. These You got a thousand bucks.

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"tracey ullman" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

News 96.5 WDBO

01:32 min | 2 years ago

"tracey ullman" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

"This is so funny to me because tracey ullman had a show on mtv before you were born dead still doing this stuff but it's funny making fun of the woke nece come to the right place all of the young people in this room of ruining their lives by being open event choose microaggressions to say young people because it carries conscious buys tools denying agencies occupy much worse then there's the sage advice from tracey ullman okay three everything you have to pick your battles and just remember that doesn't really matter because by the time they hit you going to be massively right wing many of you started to think cool people don't deserve benefits watch out for that one because that's how it starts this is open a bit much for some of you so let's take five very famous centric and that's the way it should be can't have fun with anything oh my god and joke about chickens can't do anything now no that's the first start you stop standing up for the chickens jerry seinfeld is spoke about roseanne did you hear about that it's coming up next this is the mark levin camp shop now now the three big things you need.

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Yeardley Smith talks to Matt Gourley about the Simpsons

I Was There Too

00:41 sec | 2 years ago

Yeardley Smith talks to Matt Gourley about the Simpsons

"A little bit now i can only imagine you've been asked a lot of these questions a million times so you have every right to pass or deflect it to something rather talk about but i always try to pride myself in finding questions that are different in some way but i don't know about this line it is a tough one just all been ass i can imagine and how many years is it now it's just started recording season thirty good lower no years we literally have writers who grew up watching the show who thought might dream job will be to ride on the simpsons but they won't still be on by the time i'm old enough and like oh yes do you have any that were born after it debuted yeah i believe so yes i mean there are people in that room who work on the show who have no recollection of a world without simpson that's extrordinary zand i mean thirty years thirty two relief you count the tracey ullman show that's old enough to have been born when the simpsons started or even slightly after a now to have your own children who are walking and talking and watching the simpsons that's that's bananas it is an institution like saturday night live where a long involved would have been raised on it completely absolutely yeah god so you if this is true additionally originally read for the role of bart that's true and nancy cartwright read for lisa is that right yes interesting i think it was never well two things happened so i did a play here in los angeles at the fountain theatre called living on salvation street that was directed by dorothy lyman who used to be on mama's family do you remember mama in fact i see that this kiki she was a juvenile delinquent i did i three episodes and because of doing that tv show when this play came around dorothy lyman cast me as the lead and i played this girl named wilma who wanted to join the army and saying l was presley songs so nothing likely simpson and about i would say like seventeen people saw that play and one of those people are year later was casting the simpsons and she says that she when the role of lisa simpson came up she said i know exactly who should play lisa simpson and it was me it wasn't nancy so the fact that i did read for bart and nancy read for lisa i think it was more of a well let's they always have women do the voices of young boys because their voices don't change obviously right so i don't think it was so specific as we're just gonna throw a lot of spaghetti at the wall and whoever is better for one and then for another and then of course i'm sure they had editions with tons of other people that's who we will cast but i did read for bar but i don't even think it lasted a whole scene interesting yeah 'cause i just sound so much like a girl always and over the years do you struggle to keep it fresh for yourself do you find that the voice of all because i look back at the tracey ullman versions in the early seasons especially with homer i mean it's it's started with oh yeah okay a lot of people think actually that whoever did home or on the tracey ullman show it was then a different actor who did it when we went to half hour but it's the same as dan castellaneta and dan orig when we drew in the bumpers as we call them on the tracey ullman show agree told the whole story in one minute right three twenty seconds segments something to that effect before the commercial break and dan fashioned homers voice after walter matthau and when we went to half hour he couldn't sustain it technically like vocally he couldn't sustain it so he had to alter it and that's why homer sounds so different yeah and i think when i first started doing lisa simpson i really didn't do anything i mean i sound a sound i i think probably now about now i probably like him about fourteen but back then i think i probably started let goes eleven

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"tracey ullman" Discussed on Blank Check with Griffin & David

Blank Check with Griffin & David

01:59 min | 2 years ago

"tracey ullman" Discussed on Blank Check with Griffin & David

"True pop songs and plus the weird thing is watching this movie if feels like james l brooks wrote and composed the songs like you feel explanation for the songs james brooks he's not a song writer and instead it's like no you totally farm that out like artists half assing it because they got asked to do a favor james thing yeah sure and it's like come on write me one song who songs and but also being like hey i am like a bullet proof guy right yeah like the movie's gonna hit and the song you'll make money great everyone's going it's going to be great for everybody so number brooks is probably we talked numbers i'm fucking talking canyon jim getting the canyon at canyon sham this movie or this number rather is a bad i find it weirdly creepy it feels weirdly eardley i wanted to die i felt the urge to not be alive and it's the god stuff is really like not to be great the gods steph is really but that's what makes me feel like it's curtsy it's like i don't know but it's like ya'll will the lord come and save me and it's like what why are we talking right stuff is weird godsiff is super weird and i don't know whether it was like maybe they're trying to make it like tracey ullman was something some sort of fundamentally i don't know but it's the gods is super weird and out of place or if just like an easy substitute for like i don't know what else to say songs i'm just gonna say goss but i do feel like on a narrative level this is the one time the song actually worked with the movie even though the number rosie jazz scribe ing her place in the story at this actually storytellers the absolute bare minimums internal monologue dramatized and i also think like way earns it's like the turn when she slightly becoming sort of more better and yes more better yeah.

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"tracey ullman" Discussed on Blank Check with Griffin & David

Blank Check with Griffin & David

01:31 min | 2 years ago

"tracey ullman" Discussed on Blank Check with Griffin & David

"Jr you t i was saying this off mike before we record it and i think this is the best encapsulation of that that oh the white mother gets to wait an extra day with the marshall at the house so that the father will show up fuck you i mean that gets me so angry didn't tell him yeah be behind her going like fucking tell him she would the the girl would be lost in foster care system ready i was real life the government would have notified him spoiled brat you've ever met any or ever increases part of what confuses me so much about purchase decision making with this movie like because again it's like did he decide that tracy almonds character would just be evil and the kid is a pain in the because she's not before the first totally tolerate he just decide like well she needs to be a pain in the ass awful otherwise there's no no way for me to get the kid to nolte right yeah because and is that why the kid is then just a nightmare why did he decide to make this movie about a kid who's just a night and she she's tracey ullman is like feeding the kid all of this like singing right and they have this brute teen where she's like compromise and they like and it's like a bargain where the kid gets she wants or whatever also can i if one of the things baffles me not the say anything.

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"tracey ullman" Discussed on Blank Check with Griffin & David

Blank Check with Griffin & David

01:38 min | 2 years ago

"tracey ullman" Discussed on Blank Check with Griffin & David

"Was it he'd never done anything before anyway notes he's nominated he watches at home he loses i wonder if they send something the nominees yeah he's pretty funny about it he's with his girlfriend played by tracey ullman then they decide to get married gina some crazy about this film is that ninety four simpson's have been on for five years at this point tracey ullman sued fox because she believed that she was entitled to a percentage of the simpsons end its merchandise which was huge at this time simpson's which is produced by gracie films james l brooks's company so she did not bring gracie films or james l brooks into the lawsuit because the lawsuit was happening while she was making this movie well and james l brooks had to like record testimony on tape and then submit it and not show up in court so that there wasn't like a conflict of interests your correct and she lost the suit but it was still she didn't she didn't lose it was dismissed it was didn't even go to court but she's still got a percentage really they gave her some percentage okay reason she does continue to get an annual share of the shows prophet so tracy's doing okay so but what do you think of tracey ullman in this movie esters ackerman oh boy yeah she walks a line in any performance and she's on the wrong side the line with this one trish yeoman of nominal talent not someone who is.

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"tracey ullman" Discussed on Blank Check with Griffin & David

Blank Check with Griffin & David

01:51 min | 2 years ago

"tracey ullman" Discussed on Blank Check with Griffin & David

"One of them one of the versions of the song accompanies a childbirth scene so i have a sumo it'd be like tracey ullman giving birth in which the in which while was replaced by how i couldn't really process the lyrics you read could you do that five more times then i it's crazy so they're they're two contradictory things here okay one is i think we're all in full agreement if you design a musical that can totally work without the musical numbers you probably made a bad musical right but also not just that i feel you can sense when a scene is opposed to end in a musical number in this movie not just is there like those clear rampup sat also feel like the pitch of the actors performances change oh you can feel them starting to pivot into having to sing in fifteen seconds yeah i mean there's a sort of like yeah there's like a in addition to that the swelling of music there's like a swelling of motion had become very any i tried to write it down but i don't have any moments in my notes but like yeah there's the sort of like i'm about to person to song tone that happens and it's super weird to what yon all of that i also think this movie is missing certain emotional beats that were meant to be carried by songs right but on the other hand like from everything that i've heard about the songs is that they were like okay this is the problem with doing musicals where you just like throw a bunch of songwriters together like you know i it sounds like they were so generic that they weren't actually and this is how you could rip them out they were so generic that you could like that any of the lear ix just like who knows this isn't you know this is nothing that's what's weird is i feel like.

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"tracey ullman" Discussed on Blank Check with Griffin & David

Blank Check with Griffin & David

01:42 min | 2 years ago

"tracey ullman" Discussed on Blank Check with Griffin & David

"Okay so there's this like hans mer score which sort of like swells at certain moments collaborator zimmer by the way the and you can sort of tell like when their size to be agree number some of the time and it doesn't totally make sense like you're watching him you're like is there supposed to be a mute was they're supposed to be musical number here like that wouldn't be where you put a musical number i think like like the big test screening like i think that whole sequence is supposed to be like a course number but like i don't know there's one of the poice post jesus christ what can i speak english one of the post quote dole cav ner brooke scenes yeah feels like it's the prelude to a song i think there's also one of the scenes the beginning one of the things at the beginning with tracey ullman like seems like they're supposed to be when she's sort of saying like right before they decide to get married it's sort of swells i can i can i read something else from this article which is sort of interesting the main theme was supposed to be a song called how it was written by prints and it was there were six different reprises of this throughout the movie six and the court rooks is here think you can do the song six times can't name oh okay the the lyrics of the song were wow this is crazy wow this is wild if there ever was a time for reaction baby the time is now seems like we're spending most of our lives just waiting for the big bang extrordinary stuff that makes us say extraordinary things like wow and then this article says.

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"tracey ullman" Discussed on Blank Check with Griffin & David

Blank Check with Griffin & David

02:12 min | 2 years ago

"tracey ullman" Discussed on Blank Check with Griffin & David

"Right because that's the thing kids do and so we stole from this particular like neighbor of my friends who was always stealing our balls and stuff he wouldn't give it back he was like that guy we're like we're gonna get some payback so he stole this like i dunno heavy kind of expensive i guess we thought expensive looking lawn gnome okay then we took pictures with the disposable camera at different locations in male the two him basically being we've got your we've got your lawn gnome you want it back like almost like a ramp ucar the kid from american vandal the pranks pro american it's amazing wait a second that sherlock gnomes was looking fief from new jersey well it was me your number one suspect i think sherlock gnomes no gnomes will have come out by now so the air yes okay so we that's our childhoods none of us were raised by tracey ullman or nick nolte neither but yet here we are talking about this trying to get us guests egli towards this moving i did a bad job alleyoop ing or taking your alley and taking it to the hoop and dunkin it into the baskets and it's up and it's out of here okay this is has blank check yes movie well until how do you know just in terms of pets i think this in terms of what then let him do in terms of ambition rights and it also is like key voided the sophomore slump he made a frog broadcast news right that i think has aged into a better film than terms of india right but even even forgetting that it was still a hit it's holy oscar nominations wars it was a good follow of it's the best right and in between the two he create create the simpson as the tracey ullman show on fox which has the simpsons as one of two animated segments imagine i feel to be the other animated segment that was on the tracey ullman we what was the other enemy it's called like doctor and gore or something.

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"tracey ullman" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:53 min | 2 years ago

"tracey ullman" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"The cop show to motorcycle police police the tracey ullman show i mean in need tracey ullman for that that that's a magnificent show twenty six okay let me just give you a couple more er elliott gould i didn't know that magnum pi come on course you could get him he could stop selling whatever he's selling in the mid in the daytime what does he sell doogie howser garry shandling rider okay knight rider let's do that especially now in the age of the self driving car twenty one jump street only i want it to be kind of a parody of itself i don't want it to be serious i wanted to overdo what was i already overdone king of queens small one to dear john bj in the bear mad about you okay whoa look at this what do you wanna see come back roseanne's back spic huge smash and that means that there will be more you can what if you decide which ones lisa or lease her in new hampshire call me leaser rear little kids i'd like to see seinfeld brought back jerry seinfeld what do you think comes up on seinfeld oh okay well i would like to see it.

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"tracey ullman" Discussed on Relevant Podcast

Relevant Podcast

01:55 min | 2 years ago

"tracey ullman" Discussed on Relevant Podcast

"I haven't either but i've heard they're really really awful listen to listen to all of them and it is like watching the old simpson's episode tracey ullman and i'm karen richardson cast ever so why go back and listen this is the golden era over over there that's right thanks for listening for so long and that on i'm glad you're alive that's good thanks for listening week by nice meeting you guys like i know you all your friends i just feel real sentimental about e n that he's yeah you like almost didn't make it kind of feel like podcast saved him i didn't say that he didn't say for the implication is he's a fan jesse that's a fair question saying that there were a lot of factors and i didn't wanna make it about me i didn't want to keep going you know what he was saying but it was sort of power of our podcasts actually brought him back to life is pretty cool it's cool thing about us out but i kind of feel like with your story that we're the listener of the week and i away it made me feel about myself saved a man's life today i received a got all right it's time for your feet dan for that last week our quest of the week we asked you what is your favorite conspiracy theory known forever if you listen to jesse's in the conspiracy theories but we learned that af downs is time as well weirdly so we wanna know your favorites guys hit us up on twitter and posted on the podcast episode page here are some of our favorites.

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