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10 Trivia Questions on Fictional Sports Teams
"We're gonna jump into today's episode fictional sports teams. Give you the team. You tell me what franchise it is from here. We go fictional sports teams. I'll give you the name of the team. You tell me what franchise it's from might be a book a movie a tv show video game at cetera. Here's question number one. The springfield isotopes number one. The springfield isotopes. What franchise is that. From number one fictional sports teams number two that chug lee cannons number. Two the charlie cannons and question. Number three the rancho cain high. Toro's number three the rancho cain high. Toro's number three and number four mean machine number four mean machine followed by number five milwaukee beers number five the milwaukee beers question number six the flint michigan tropics number six the flint michigan tropics number six and number seven the south central louisiana state mud dogs number seven the south central louisiana state mud dogs three questions to go on fictional sports teams number eight. The washington sentinels number eight. The washington sentinels and number nine. The new new york. Mets the new new york mets. And your last one number ten district. Five in what franchise movie tv show etc. Would there be a fictional. Sports team called district five. Those are all of your fictional sports teams. Hopefully you were able to identify most of them. We'll be right back in just a second to see if you pulled it off. We are back with the answers to fictional sports teams. Let's see how you did number one. The springfield isotopes. That of course was the simpsons which makes sense because simpsons fan. Luke mckay wrote these questions. Thank you luke. For sending him to me number the canons. That is harry potter quidditch team. In harry potter that shuttling cannons number. Three the rancho. Cain high toro's that was bring it on the cheerleading movie. Bring it on. I'm received that on a date in eighth grade way back in the day. It's an okay movie number. Four mean machine. The longest yard that is from the longest yard mean machine number. Five milwaukee beers is basketball one of my favorite trey parker matt stone movies bastketball number six to flint michigan tropics semi pro semipro with will ferrell and woody harrelson. This is a movie nobody really talks about. But it's pretty funny. Semipro number seven d south central louisiana state mud dogs. That is the waterboy the water boy number eight the washington sentinels is the replacements a football movie the replacements number nine the new york mets is futurama. Futurama and number ten district five is from the mighty ducks franchise the mighty ducks. I don't know much about real sports but boy. I had fun hosting this one on fictional sports teams. Hope you had fun playing along. If you like the show lever of you get free stuff from me in the mail. Just let me know that you did it. By emailing ryan buds at g mail dot com. We have one more for you. Call the fact of the day and the fact of the day is before toilet. Paper was invented. americans used to use corn cobs. That's right nothing like an ice corncob to wipe your bum before toilet paper now. you know.
"trey parker" Discussed on Streams of Income
"I trained on a script they could use over messenger how to get them to a call that I move that call to an in-person meeting with a couple where they can then close and I just thought the script and train my clients on and ran the rats and they were going to rush it. So then I came out with a course on how to do it yourself cuz I couldn't handle so many people and then all of a sudden, you know, we're doing my biggest day was like birth. $1,000 a day and I would just turn 18 so it was the crazy like a whole thing and I was like, this is the most Creighton you can still look it up. It's called like wedding photography Mastery by Trey Parker leaves the site still up but it was like how to shoot and edit in deliver good photos as well as the marketing end of things like how to actually attract. So my thing was be a market a first and a photographer suck and definitely get people there's a lot of artists have a hard time with marketing. So I was like, all right wedding photography is cool. But most wedding photographers, like there's 1% that whole like doing well enough to pay me to kind of money that I want to make because I've got life goals and long-term goals and it's really hard to reach this one per se cuz often their referrals so well, so I started playing with other niches instead of serving wedding photographers wage and you know, I still use the same methods to get clients as I do today running. I just use Facebook groups linked in groups, you know, I just post around and that's this group of like 60,000 wedding photographers and I started just hanging off. And making friends and just sharing what I was learning about marketing and at one point they had me live stream to the whole group and that's where I got. Oh so you were just serving you were going in there and just serving serving. Wow, I hear less about money. I was seventeen. I don't have any bills. It's just like people I just felt like people should pay me because like otherwise I'd get too many people wanting my help for free..
"trey parker" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"The whole conferencing and that's my bush. That means you have this like number three that everyone knows. That's my boobs at number two on my list. Not this show, ran from April of 2000 won until May of 2000 won. I'm pretty sure because I couldn't just did such a disservice to everyone listening to this. I had a difficult time finding who I'm pretty sure that Trey Parker and Matt Stone did it sound like you just made that up, Mac. This show first off, Not that great. But the theme song I think it's also ask that great parody theme song ever created. I finally put it like 17 0, I think Who I think this is the perfect mash up. I like every land more increase love right now. 19 eighties early nineties on mashed in together. I love that theme song. I hate you right now what I thought we were gonna have a decent list. This is the best theme song ever made. Everyone unsubscribe right now, but also then re subscribe to get bumped up the list. Please promise up the list and then give us a new five star rating to tell your friends to steal your mom's phone and give us a review. So dark was talking about how Billy Dee was talking about on Rossi on wrestling. You can submit a new five star review every month. Yeah, I do it all the time. I didn't know that I do it for the 2.5 men all the time about 2.5 men. Not on the list about that. But the creator of 2.5 Man just might be so just a quick recap. That's my bush. Number eight. You had at number two, Mac. I don't think you understood how much I love that scene. It's great. I can't wait to figure out what your number one is then. Acts Number seven..
"trey parker" Discussed on Fresh Air
"Command expecting expecting expecting support for fresh air and the following message come from green from Amex ready to try something new whether it's grabbing Sushi Burritos reto on the go or spending a weekend. Snowboarding and Breckenridge Green from Amex can help you keep things fresh with three times points on restaurants and travel including airfare and hotel stays. It's built around your lifestyle so you can keep doing you with an extra boost of confidence. Learn more at American Express Dot com slash rush green from AMEX terms apply. This is fresh air. I'm David in Cooley. In for Terry Gross back with more of Terry's 2017 interview with Lin Manuel Miranda creator of Hamilton the Broadway hip-hop musical about the founding fathers one eleven Tony's and the Pulitzer Prize for drama. This interview is one of our staff picks fix for interview of the decade. So I have to ask you about Stephen Sondheim because you have a very interesting history with him first of all when you directing west side story in high school. He came to your class because he he was the friend of the father of one of the students in the cast and so John Wiedeman For assassins and Pacific overtures overtures. Yeah okay so there's that so you get to meet him in high school and then and you get to write the Spanish lyrics for the Spanish production of West side story and then you got to be in a production. In of Merrily we roll along which is great sun high musical that always needs to be revived because the original Broadway run was very short and so this was a a city center. New York City recenter encores production. In fact I want to play just a little bit of you in that. which was gracious enough to? I saw you in this in this reduction production so you're playing lyricist who works with a composer but the composer has kind of like sold out and you know he's just doing like commercial work and the lyricist lyricist now has come to think of the composer instead of just being. His friend and collaborator Franklin Shepard. He thinks of him now is like Franklin Shepard Inc because he's so much about like deals and making money in this scene like you're getting interviewed on TV. You're Kinda pretty bitter about the whole collaboration Asian with composer. Now do you to work together not please how do we work together. Sure and he goes and I go and soon. We're humming along. ooh That's called writing song. Then he goes and I go and the phone goes and he does mater mater yesterday. Romano Jerome undermine drove butter butter butter butter. Do It's Rome. Click Sorry Charlie early so I go and he goes and I go and and soon. We're tapping away. Sorry Charlie Secretary on the Intercom guest. Smith's thanks miss. Tell them to wait. We ordered where did the car we call it in the bank. We of course will get done. Sorry Charlie modern motorcycle. The stock motorbike. Mother won't hold. Yes yes Mississippi. Thanks sweet tell him to wait. We wire the car we ordered the coast. We send up the bank and the telephones blink stocks get sold. The rest of bustle keeps Arnhold. And he's into making movies. He's corporation night. So I play with my wife and kids and I wait to hear them movie bids Meditation in writing. He flies off to California. I discuss him with my shrink. That's the story the way we me and Franklin Shepard Pink I like this okay. That's my guest Lin Manuel Miranda. You're so much fun on that and I really think doing hip hop rhymes is great preparation for that lyric. Absolutely yeah and and Sondheim has written. So many. He's just like the most brilliant lyricist but What are some of the things you feel? You learned either from talking with Sondheim because I know he also give you feedback on Hamilton before you actually put it on stage. So what are things you've learned from actually talking to him just from like getting intimately intimately acquainted with his work. The thing he always sort of stressed was variety variety variety variety variety. When you're dealing with a constant rhythm no matter how great your lyrics are if you don't switch it up? People's heads are going to start bobbing in their stop. Listening to what you're saying so consistently thinly keep the year fresh and keep the audience surprised And you know that was his watchword throughout the writing of Hamilton. This time Song Long. That's closest to comic. Rap is in my opinion not getting married which is done everybody here because if everybody would like to thank you for coming to for the wedding you do mark do more? I'd appreciate your going even more. I mean you must have lots of better things to do. Another word of its Paul. Remember Paul you know the men get America. But I'm not because they've never ruined anyone as wonderful as he is. Thank you all offer gifts and the flowers. Thank you all for showers. Don't tell Paul but I'm not getting married today. Anyone who could do that song has an incredible tongue absolutely so so tricky. It's so fast in the words are so just kind of like dense unfunny and rhyming and So have you thought about that Song Lot in terms of of intricate rhyme schemes. And what human is capable of without totally cooking up. Honestly I think about that song more when people ask me. How did you think rap? WHO's GonNa work on Broadway? Nothing in my so is faster than getting married today company. So I don't know what you're talking about. There's so much precedent for the work in both quote unquote hip hop and not in terms of pattern for the stage. But what's what's amazing about. Getting married today is also in a master class in making lyric easy. There are continents on which you waste air. H There's no h is in that Because if you say her you've lost half off the air in your lungs so it's very Teasing peas thank. You always everybody here. Because if everybody's here I'd like to thank you all for coming to the wedding It's more about breath control than then being a it's not a tongue twister. It's very consciously Nana tongue twister. It's about being able to say it in one continuous breath and getting out of the way and in and choosing words that do not require any extra air or any extra tongue or a jaw work So it's actually not about trying into making it hard. It's about making it easy. So did you learn that intuitively or did sign him. Tell you that that was his intention to stay away from his many ages as possible and to to keep two things that could easily be said. I think I read about that. In a conversation he had at some point But I also knew that intuitively would've leave because of the hip hop artists liked who wrapped fast. You know they're not trying to make something that's hard for them to perform. They're trying to make something. That sounds impressive. Give joy to deliver trying to think of like a really specific early ninety s example Queen Latifah. It's not just that so you broke. It looks more like a fracture. Cats that rap but Latifah where we to crush that's Queen Latifah nineteen ninety two. And it's it's fast there's Queen Latifah's unit is us. There's plenty of people out there triggers ready to pull it. Why are you trying to jump in front of the bullet? Young Lady No Ages. So you learn intuitively that like the writer is trying to make something that flows easily off the tongue. So did the writer of Alexander Hamilton tried to avoid ages. You will observe served. Hamilton is not in any of the fast rapping that happens on stage right. It's George. Washington Goes Hamilton. Jefferson is the one that goes so he knows the doing trying French ingenuity influence in France. I mean so. We're not hampering anyone with Hamilton Lin. Manuel Miranda it's just been wonderful to talk with you. I thoroughly enjoyed it. Thank you so very much. Likewise the joys mind Lin Manuel. Miranda is the Creator and original star of the hit musical Hamilton Terry Gross interviewed him in two thousand seventeen. Next up we'll hear from the writers of the book of Mormon another hit musical of the decade as our staff picks a favourite interviews from the decade decade continues this fresh air support for NPR and the following message. Come from Netflix. This new series. Messiah what would it take to make you believe Stephen something crazy when a man starts performing miracles and saying he's the Messiah One. CIA agent is determined to find the truth. No matter how crazy it may be messiah streaming now only Netflix six. When you travel to a new place sometimes it doesn't just change where you are? It changes who you are next on. NPR's code switch a story about travel and transformation. Listen and subscribe continuing annual with our staff picks. A favourite interviews of the decade is a conversation from twenty eleven with Trey Parker and Matt Stone The creators of TV South Park and the CO creators with Robert Lopez of Avenue. Q of the hit musical the book of Mormon which one nine Tony Awards including best musical. If you know anything about South Park you would expect that a musical written by Parker and stone would be irreverent. And you'd be right but it's also got heart. The story is about two young a young Mormons who are sent on their first mission to Uganda where they learn. Africa is not like the Lion King. Let's start with the opening song set at a mission training center center in Salt Lake City. Where Young Mormons are learning door to door missionary technique? 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"trey parker" Discussed on Fresh Air
"How does the best for Finn Son of a hole? In the Scotsman dropped in the middle of forgotten spun in the Caribbean by Providence impoverished. Disqualify grow up to be a hero when the scholar. The ten dollar founding father without a father got a lot fall by working a lot harder lobbying a lot smarter but being a self starter. Fourteen million placed him in charge of the trade and Charter and slaves will beat your slaughtered a caught it away across the waves on Hamilton kept his got up inside. He was long something to be part of the BRO. That's Lin Manuel Miranda performing the opening number from Hamilton at the White House with Michelle and Barack Obama in the audience. So let's get ahead when vice president elect Mike Pence attended Hamilton and He was cheered. He was booed when he was there. And then when the show was over Brandon Victor Dixon who now plays Aaron. Burr came out and read like a little speech directed to Mike Pence. And I'll I'll read some of it for our listeners. Who might not have heard this yet? This is what he said. Vice president-elect pence we welcome you and we truly thank you for joining us here at Hamilton in American musical we really do we. Sir are are the diverse America who are alarmed and anxious that your new administration will not protect us our planet our children our parents or defend us and uphold hold our inalienable rights Sir. But we truly hope this show has inspired you to uphold our American values and to work on behalf of all of us all of us. Thank you truly for seeing this. Show this wonderful. American story told by a diverse group of men. Women of different colors creeds AIDS and orientations so you co wrote this that's my understanding you co wrote it with the director and producer. Don't have that right. Yes with Tommy and Jeffrey we got the heads up that he was coming That afternoon and sort of put that together before his arrival okay. So what was the conversation like between you and whoever else was involved about. Uh whether you should say something or not well. The conversation was this has been incredibly divisive election with A lot of hurt feelings. Disappointment and anger on both sides and the overwhelming sort of statement within that statement is We truly hope you lead all all of us. We're a play that tells the story of our founders with a very diverse company that we feel if you know reflects what our country looks like now and so so it was really intended as an olive branch please lead all of us and I was what I was really grateful for. was that Sunday. Mike Pence really was grateful for that. And I got in the Sentiment which was intended. He said I wasn't offended. I assure you that we are trying to lead all of you and so I was. I was grateful for his statements and for him stopping to listen. You know he didn't have to do that But he did and I thought it felt like a a civil dialogue between us so Hamilton is in part a story sorry about an immigrant and about immigrants and which of course relates to your family background. Your father came to New York from Puerto Areco for college and your mother basically making him not an immigrant because Puerto Rico as a Commonwealth but the experience of Spanish to English and displacement right or symbol. Awesome and your mother. I moved as an infant to The US from Puerto Rico correct and you grew up in a predominantly Latino neighborhood. You went to the Hunter College elementary and high school to have that right. That's right yeah so you you spoke in the past about this. Divide between who. You were At home and in your Latino neighborhood who you were at school with friends. What was the difference between those two us? Oh man I feel like we just stepped into code switch Because that's what I was doing. I think that's the interesting thing I mean. I think if you WANNA make a recipe for making taking a writer Have them feel a little out of place everywhere. have them be an observer kind of all the time and that's a great way to make a writer I wanted the lotto when I got into hunter To get a great Free Public School Education Sorta saved my family and and I was aware of it. I was aware of that. I was at a school with kids who were really smart and I also had friends in the neighborhood Who who went to the local school and I remember feeling that drift happened? You know when you spend your entire day with your closer friends become the ones you go to school with. And yet I'd still have sleepovers with friends from the neighborhood Make movies with my friends in the neighborhood and You know the corner of that I lived in was like this little Latin American country. It's one in which The nanny who lived with us and raised us who also raised my father in Puerto. Rico never alert needed to learn English. All of the business owners in and around our block all spoke Spanish and yet I'd go to school and I'd I'd be at at my friends houses on the upper east side upper west side and I'd be the one translating to the nanny who spoke Spanish So it's interesting to become a Latino. You know cultural ambassador when you're seven so I had that experience as well so you know. We changed depending on the room. We're I'm talking quieter because I'm talking hair grows so you. Obviously you know love rap and hip hop what were the first recordings that made a big impression. I rap recordings that made a big impression on you I've several I remember. My sister bringing home the fat boys when I was really little and also taking me. Due to the first hip hop movies I remember going to see beat street in going to see breaking as a really little kid being sort of dragged along by my older sister. My sister is responsible possible for anyone for giving me good taste in music I remember stealing her. Copy of black sheep's a wolf and sheep's clothing and learning Engine I and not on the New York transit line I think that's probably the first rap song I really worked hard to memorize in sixth grade. But then also You Know Naughty by nature and Queen Latifah the music. You love when you're a teenager is always going to be the most important to you And I I find that it's it's all over the score of Hamilton The quotes are big quotes They're big PUN. These are all New York East Coast Nineties rappers. And that's when I was a teenager so I'm GonNa put you on the spot and ask you do. I rhymes that you remember writing that you still remember today. Well Hello My name is Lynn but if you're dyslexic call me nil. My rhymes are GONNA kill. So I suggest you write your will. Then leave your to me. I am the pit to me. A coolness can't be ripped to me because they will be hitting the Mike Tonight notice. My voice went up two octaves. It's because at that time I was listening to nothing but the far side died and my favorite rapper in the far side had that well there she goes again. The don't misty Theo Paean and now the world around me it was. It was that cadence and and I think my rapper. Voices still influenced by far side But that that is Those lines were a rhyme. I wrote in ninth grade that I showed to friends wins and there were like all right. Stick to your day job. Come on. That was pretty good. That's funny so your father has had a political consulting company. He worked with of New York City. Mayor Ed Koch. He still has it and advising him on Latino Affairs and you apparently wrote Jingles when you were younger for this political consulting and company that your father owns. How old were you when you started writing them and please sing one for us? Well jingles misleading. Because it sounds like oh how are we to wake up in the morning morning. It's not they're not like I like they. Its background music for commercials. I was basically cheap labor for my dad. He would say I need thirty seconds of of some jazz for a sharpton spot that's going to be on. WB L. S.. or I need some bright salsa for a Fernando Ferrer campaign commercial you know I wrote music for for Eliot Spitzer before. We knew what we knew when he was running for Governor and whatever Democrat was running or my dad was working with I was writing the campaign music. I liked writing the negative ads. More than because it's more minor chords. You just hit the synthesizer politician ex. They voted against and ends with Bright Salsa Don Don Don Don Don vote politician. Why so you know who you're talking about the compartmentalized department allies you? The you were you were when you were at home. And Latino neighborhood in the you were at school when your friends were white and Latino and then you learn finally to bring all those parts together with the same kind of compartmentalization happening for you musically you loved Broadway shows and you loved hip talk and it's maybe hard to find people who win when their teens love both. Yeah I mean absolutely and honestly what a fantastic antastic question because theater is really the thing that began to break that. Divide for me my senior year in high school. I was the director of the school musical and I picked West side story painfully aware that there were not enough. Let the kids to play all the sharks and was at hunter or at least audition and so what that became for me was actually this kind of weird way of bringing my culture to school. I remember being knocked doubt When I first saw the movie and sixth grade that there's actually a musical number in the Canon about whether you should stay in Puerto Rico and live in the United States? Oh Yeah You know that's amazing when you're twelve and you grow up in New York and your family's all from this other island to have that conversation happening in front of you in an iconic chronic musical And so I had my white and Asian Sharks and I brought my dad and he did dialect coaching. You know while they're singing in America I want the things. They're yelling while they're cheering each other. On to be accurate. I want the accents to be accurate. Our guest is Lin. Manuel Miranda Maranda original star of the Broadway Musical Hamilton. Who wrote the show's music lyrics and book? He spoke with Terry gross in twenty seventeen and after a break will oh continue their conversation. We'll also hear another of our staff's picks for interviews of the decade by revisiting. Terry's twenty eleven interview with Trey Parker and Matt Stone Creators of the Book of Mormon. I'm David Cooley. And this is fresh. Air Monsieur you'll be saying no sweated it finally on the field we've had quite a run immigrants. We get the job done. So what happens if we win freedom to my people. If I'm given the Jack we'll be with you when you go.
'South Park' Episode Mocks Hollywood for Shaping Stories to Please China
"Comedy central South Park is no stranger to controversy over the shows almost three hundred episodes creators Trey Parker and Matt Stone have taken on everything from scientology to the war in Iraq now the show has a new critic China the latest South Park episode titled Banned in China Takes on among other things how Hollywood panders to the massive sneeze entertainment market here's a cut from the episode that gets right to the point I can't do it anymore you guys I can't even think the Chinese government censoring everything I write no there's not going to be a bio pic movie for us it's so wrong you know I mean we live in a time where the only movies that it's American kids go see are ones that are approved by China yeah like China's the new MPAA Ryan Parker wrote about the controversy for the Hollywood reporter and he tells me how the Chinese government has reacted so far from everything that we can he from our correspondent it looks like South Park has been pretty much banned in the country and all references to sell park had been scrubbed from any online sites basically from everything we know if you search for South Park your not going to get any information and apparently all the streaming services have also seized is carrying any of the episodes in any of the clip so it's almost as though South Park all of a sudden doesn't exist I wanNA play a little cut from the episode here this is a scene in which may have caught the eye of some Chinese censors in this bit a very angry Mickey Mouse who might also be Disney head Bob Iger is chastising in a room full of Disney and marvel characters decided to go and start Chinese and I just say anything critical of Chinese politics will it is true so the Chinese seem to exploit their own people forced labor so I would say there's a fair amount in the band in China episode that Chinese answer could be a little bit angry about if you were to kind of pick a couple of examples what would you cite well I think that the when he the Pu reference definitely did not go over well I think that's been well reported that that's a huge issue there and then the the the way in which the the work camps were portrayed were in the Horton conditions that the those in prison there had to go through and was also probably Inaugu over well Yeah Winnie the Pooh I think in some circles has been compared to the appearance of President Gee and the Poo essentially vanished from a lot of sense social media sites in China is that right that sure seems to be the case from everything that I've seen reported and that apparently is what Matt and Trey the creators of South Park thought to and that's one of the reasons why randy when he gets put into a work camp runs into Winnie the Pooh and piglet and they explain exactly what's happening in the news which is the first time that Matt and Trey Have you South Park and real world events in news and worked it into the story line so you know they're getting their laughs but they're also a few things that maybe some folks aren't aware of listen guys we just got word back from the Chinese censors they don't want US mentioning organ transplants how come well they've been accused of harvesting organs from look it doesn't matter they they said no to the Oregon stuff oh and no homosexuality either there's this great phrase in the law it's a Latin phrase called ray so low quarter which means the facts speak for themselves and I have to say the fact that Chinese censors are blocking South Park pretty much validates the whole point of the episode doesn't it it would sure appear to be that way I think the mantra were definitely making a point sir numerous points rather when they did this episode both about how Hollywood and studios tailor their art to fit the Chinese censors so that they can obviously make money there but also the horn conditions that the work camps in China or what people who were in those camps in China the horrid conditions that they have to go through there've been a couple of run INS with China recently one is the NBA and the NBA has apologized because of what it called an inappropriate comment and by the general manager of the Houston Rockets who sent out a tweet and support of Hong Kong's Democracy Movement Matt and Trey have come out with a slight he different statement what did they say in response to the controversy well they went right for it which they usually tend to lean and they said light quote like the NBA welcome the Chinese censors into our homes into our hearts and part and basically what they were saying this full apology is that money and money is more important than freedom democracy so they definitely were leaning in and taking a shot with this fo apology and I I can't imagine this'll be the last we hear of it I wouldn't be surprised if there was something in this week's episode I don't know necessarily but I certainly wouldn't be surprised if this is the last we hear of it from them
Silver reacts as Chinese TV cancels NBA games
"There's some run between the NBA in China NBA commissioner Adam silver I hope that when I'm in Shanghai I can meet with the appropriate officials and discuss where we stand China says it will not be airing NBA preseason games on Chinese state TV as it had originally planned all because of Houston Rockets owner David Morais who tweeted support for pro democracy protesters in Hong Kong silver says in the NBA is standing by Morais China's also upset with the creators of South Park the people's Republic recently banned episodes that mocked the country over its dispute with the NBA Trey Parker and Matt stone offered a tongue in cheek apology Monday their apology read like the NBA we welcome the Chinese censors into our homes and into our hearts and after a few more digs wound up with we good
Jason Nathanson, Abc Roseanne and Joe Rogan discussed on Morning News with Manda Factor and Gregg Hersholt
"Abc entertainment news here's jason nathanson in her first tweets show is cancelled by abc roseanne writes quote don't feel sorry for me guys i just want to apologize to the hundreds of people and wonderful writers all liberal and talented actors who lost their jobs on my show due to my stupid tweet i will be on joe rogan's podcast friday bar sparked outrage tuesday after what many called a racist dig at former obama administration adviser valerie jarrett morgan freeman fighting back against allegations of sexual harassment and inappropriate behavior in a ten page letter from his attorney the eighty year old actors demanded an immediate retraction and an apology from cnn following its report last week in which multiple women accused freeman of sexual harassment and inappropriate behavior cnn says it stands by its reporting tonight say goodbye to the americans the critically acclaimed ethics spicier end its run after six seasons and south park's trey parker turns fortysix today i'm jason nathanson harvey weinstein's.
"trey parker" Discussed on Inside of You with Michael Rosenbaum
"Right are you pretty mellow onset non horrible on but total asshole and if you wanna see some very funny behind the scenes poultry guys night of the chicken dead which is a wonderful film anti fast food anti extermination of chickens anti extermination of the indians and lots of other issues it's hilarious it's a musical kind of uh not not a classic musical but songs and dancing are in it not sound of music news no it's more like it's not like cannibal the musical which say classic trey parker's trey parker matt stones and and the the the poultry guys has a wonderful find the scenes film called poultry in motion truth is stranger than chicken it's free on trauma movies on youtube and watch it if you're filmmaker i think that documentary is worth a year exploding oh my god yes absolutely it's the absolute truth how do you like seeing that i laugh because it's so ridiculous i was in a chicken zambia makeup too so i looked at i'm on the camera and i looked totally ridiculous and i'm screaming at at people and they're laughing at me and i don't it doesn't occur to me that i'm in this chicken zombie or you're getting pissed like why are you laughing oh i never said why just started yelling at them and because they were wrong and i thought i was right and i couldn't understand that disrespect but then later on the explain why so she oh yeah checkout poultry in motion truth is stranger than chicken people get engaged on a movies fisticuffs people have punching each other there's.
"trey parker" Discussed on The Ross Bolen Podcast
"I feel like i would have met stone and trey parker's blessing um um the way i would do him is with the rolled up magazine allah born oh yeah that's how i would do it because that's a viable weapon i don't know which it might have been the bourne identity where he is i looked at guy up handtohand combat combat with the you know us some other special law guy rose up a magazine in his just going after the dude with a just whipping him up and down so would you not be concerned that maybe some of his training is jason born could come into play here you know it might but i liked test myself and if i'm and i want to challenge you i would i would rather lose by via magazine then via fisticuffs whether that the tough thing is the ones after he's done with the magazine i believe he picks of a ballpoint pen in just starts poking holes in that guy yeah that's a tough way to go that's probably more painful you don't want the but i'll give you this damon present day is not in jason born shape no he's not in any also is just it seems like the guy's got like bad take after bad take he's been on a roll it's it's kind of remarkable and it just like dude and and on top of that i'm limping in all of my animosity for the boston sports celebs towards him like a net goes for walberg athletic anybody else you know what i mean yeah it's these guys are all scum uh i they don't agree with you i did casey affleck is my first saw famous person i want to fight because he's the roads to the bunch lem somehow in a battle bunch of bad apples no pun intended he is the worst two one than marquee mark uh mark wahlberg who left the super bowl or a.
"trey parker" Discussed on You Made It Weird with Pete Holmes
"Rick rubin and trey parker i would find the three of you yeah but i i guarantee a terrance mckenna said going through your life without taking psychedelic is like going through life without having sex because it's not i think for sure it won't be what you think it is it's not this like pulsating caffeinated up it's not like everything's gorade it i i would this is one of the things i want to say to you it doesn't actually the add something the way alcohol does i think alcohol adds this like slippery oily kind of hard filter over you i feel like saying it out it's actually remove something so the you that stops in his tracks it leaving a supermarket that's the guy that when we eat these substances you actually go into that playing well you know um i i do a lot of reading about this you know i've i've argued and i i don't think i would argue now i think i've changed but i have argued in the past that um uh acid was really really important to our culture and that i got all the benefits with us eight from listen hendrix in a that that n debriefing the electrical they'd acid test and uh all of that heart executive oakland was at harvard psychedelic lab is a gallon yeah i am rather doors if perception and sam harris you know who uh his his book could easily be called i love acid me um you know not in our argue them a little bit excise said he he is appalled by the idea of tobacco and heroin and he has a little bit of trouble but the logic of why those who different you know but um i will tell you when people talking about drugs deed drug that i hate the most the drug that i'm far this should never doing is wind um boy do i dislike people have wind with dinner can you please talk for ten minutes take i'll be sitting here take a look.
"trey parker" Discussed on The Nerdist
"Do matt and i sit down at a table and go how can we be offensive who can we pissed off right how can we be mean it's never acted that it wouldn't be never were going never worked you know it really is our love of it comes out of like i said we left the hardest when it's like butter stress and our common doesn't like a robot and messing with butter and things like that like that's the ship that we love the the political stuff and the hard core stuff in in in the the politically in grist of gets all the attention you know and you can do one of those things in one she'll be law of up but to meet what was the rest of the show is why we're doing mean and sue but i think anyone who watch the show understands that it's not it's a reminds me of like when stern got really popular then a bunch of copycat people are like oh you just gotta say the word hooker a bungee that's it without really noticing all know but there's real substance and there's real emotion behind it israel storytelling behind it which you know like there there are some episodes were you get choked up like there is there really emotional it's not just its balance so well i think that's when when people try to copy that they're just looking at that top that top layer yet go governor said we put forward sner short come up open showed in of not just any other things so is there anything you want to you can say about fractured buttonhole at the moment that just some sort of teaser rare could say prayer prayer over to the moment you know it's it's just it's a lot like i said it's a lot of.
"trey parker" Discussed on The Nerdist
"Like i said i think our greatest asset was we were ready to pack up and go home at any moment so there's been a lotta time especially early on that i remember of a big one was wind paramount pictures was like no no no you're not doing an are rated cartoon musical it's not going to be operated it's going to be pg thirteen who were like no we wanted to be our and they're going to be this pg thirteen this movie will not make any money and we're like okay we won't do it and you won't do you won't may if you're gonna me this movie that shows gonna go doubt you're not gonna you're going and right okay fishing poles are in the red i do and and there were so many examples like that they were not only as having each other to not give in to be like member we said we said you know but also having moments of just like you know this is all great and this is all cool but we're going to do this we're gonna do what we think sweet and we're not going to start becoming something were not and that's still what we are doing yeah i know but there is also the result they're also been some insane amazing business decisions that i think probably changed the way things are done just in terms of bribes i've heard i've heard mythological stories of like oh yeah when they went to renegotiate in the early to thousands there is nothing in the contract about the digital rights because that just wasn't the thing that anyone to big companies knew what to do with a relic and they go hey we're just gonna here's your contract to renew oh wait we'll take those digital now we on the ship we don't own those faulk it's pretty true and it's you know to to really get the real story that to talk to you know matt's more that.
"trey parker" Discussed on The Nerdist
"Because i have i have a tony a grammy atta emmy and if you get the oscar than era he got and there's not that many in the world will now i mean is that how come you guys didn't do another movie i don't know i mean i think i fell out movies are just such this gigantic commitment and you're doing the same thing for so long and south purchase became this bc no we we we would have had to kind of make a choice to say 'let stopped doing southwark release let's take a few years office l park and southward which is something we just kept wanting to come back to when we didn't want to handoff you know we right we don't when south park were in that season we are in the trenches we are we don't have time to be thinking about ownership at all but i think it rather have done a movie since the bitter lonrho uncut but i just mean in terms of void during another cell parker another musical or another or or a movie version of book of mormon something if you talk about it we talk about it and then we just kind of go hang out and play bore games home but that but when you look at it winning it's the history of what you guys have accomplished is so insane because when you look at spirit of christmas i remember if that was like old school viral it's like all here's an unmarked vhs tapia and it spread in there and then it was legendary people hadn't seen and it was like you haven't seen it and then but watching that table go sunday these guys are going to get nominated for an oscar they're going to into a tony they're gonna win all these awards here and so it's it i mean it really is a success story for anyone who's ever been told blake you're not going to do anything with that you have a sense of humor in you think parts of funny what are you gonna do with that oh yeah go but we've managed to build this whole well and we did the greatest thing i think the great thing about having it has a partnership.
"trey parker" Discussed on The Nerdist
"You know we don't do the hollywood parties really we don't do i played more games at home was the was the last thing the oscars i think i was about that was about the owner i'm good thanks chaotically was literally about the last we got violence you except well and then we you know we did the tony's and stuff and we were very we're very good at the tony's very good voice but that seems like the tony seems like a fun show though i mean like new was the whole idea of putting on gallons and going to the oscars is hilarious because the oscars is so stuffy listening people talk and yet but also if the people and i understand but you know at the core of it and know you get paid for pretending and i know it's more complicated the now but at the end of the day that's what it is these stories are important and there's a but it is a solemn par shows are all about it's you know deep these people need recognition rights you do award shows for people like you know what this guy did this big thing for cancer right this guy did this big thing we should recognize him in the last people that need recognition guided missiles and people that last people on earth that need any recognition right and making a big recognition joe paolino's for those spent three months pretending to be the guy who this is still import driving's that i want my oscar so because i want my a with a call.
"trey parker" Discussed on The Nerdist
"You know there's there's been so many things to do even with my stepson it's like you know of course i he got to be be fifteen and i was stupid i was like i was a he's as you just don't get it and i'm like a coin i i i i kinda yet and he just i now you don't get it and he i remember he would go up in an capable what the situation was but he's basically like he goes yeah that's a 'beurope and i was like what are you saying he goes to derby you don't know it you don't know what dirt means and i was i go look up on the internet looks at up on the internet came from trey parker and and deal it doesn't matter does than demanded that doesn't that doesn't matter that slow lee her so i i do and then does that make enough cool anymore look yeah or of course with the way the dead it isn't it's like yeah whatever there a whole section of pop culture via that is to river glitch could super little you'll get it when you're thirty the was there ever any was there ever any conversation with any of the family guy people after the manutea another given never ever has been have you ever it into your vernons anybody everything we don't get invited to ship you know it's like we we don't do.
"trey parker" Discussed on The Nerdist
"Our fatigued by it and the media i mean it's this parasitic nature of the media sort of being regarded as we're gonna get cliques we talk among us because enrages people and their passionate about sides and i guess i just feel like you know it'd be nice of our show is a little bit of a break if you want that go for you there's a billion other places you can see it but i'm just i'm just i'm tired of saying it out loud i'm yeah i'm tired of talking on it's like you know like saying trump is outrageous has just like that he's not even and argue with you that's not there's so many other things in the world there outrageous right now that don't think they're outrageous and on his just like it's that's why i'm just over it will when my wife was also massive fan of the show and i you you guys were very generous and let us come and then was at the end of the past the middle of the middle and so you but it was when you're recording the it was that bill hicks moment oh yeah yeah i lose those such a fucking great reference that i had to express my my wife didn't like she's i imagine similar she she just doesn't know a lot of people and things like like all she's a little bit you should ten years younger so twelve years under so she wouldn't know bill hicks yeah so i had to explain i go he was this guy is amazing chameleon and he often would fight with the audience and performance release really supports of stuff to to the audience yawns ripping on and but that was such a fucking great that was such a great moment to throw in yet do you like with something like that is that a very in the moment thing or do you go all it'd be fun to give him this kind of a character arc no it was really he was why at that point it was watching trump is right when the.
"trey parker" Discussed on The Nerdist
"So that then we've finally said all right let's just go all out let's actually do a cereal i season where we kind of map it out and know where we're headed and it was like the biggest disaster for us just production wise we're just not that show you know what i mean and it's like we and i'm not that kind of person i need to walk into south park on thursday morning and go what are we doing right you don't mean and for meter walking on thursday ago okay let's see this is left hanging here this is doing here this is do it became it really became a nightmare i really didn't like it whereas doing it a little bit where it's like okay let's do something totally new all we could bring in that thing from last week that's fine but are they going to go back mortar that your inner backward of that because the because this last season had a an incredible arc yeah there's there's trolling and there's the election and trying to make that parallel and everything between trolls and trump and us you know and just comedy in general and you know it was all interesting stuff it's just that you know it probably would have been better do something like that over a year having more than eight weeks to do it in i could change so bad that's the crazy thing is that you're doing an arc but you don't know what how reality is going to be out so you have to keep the running in the background while you how many times in that we have this really funny seen and really okay whatever it is this is a really fun he seen and then we would wake up the next morning it's like trump actually just when did that knuckleheads night anyways not night you can't make fun of it i mean like so it just sorta became more of a.
"trey parker" Discussed on The Nerdist
"Really it almost seems like you sort of pioneered the fan driven entertainment idea of all these guys are just fans of the stuff that they're making there was no here i wanted to make this and so they made this 'cause they're fans like you're in the demographic of the stuff you're making the ashes known that was part of what it was like we matt and i were both really gamers before anything you know what i mean so we we learned we learn the lesson from the show of like look nothing else matters except that we do what we think is funny and maybe that democratic will change and get than and maybe we'll start losing people but if it's not funny does it is not sincere and signing well this is what people thinks funny right now so do it it's the same thing you know it's just like i'm gonna i'm gonna make a game that i would want to play the only mean an and and that's you know and of course it never turns out exactly the way you want but that's at least where you got to start right here on i mean because as soon as your making said well this is what people like i guess i'll make that in it's just like you might as well not even do it yeah and now now that the separate seasons are really taking these like cinematic arc sia was that a conscious decision in terms of like well we've done on a stand on episodes but now you know let's let's really kind of create way many syria was totally accident happened started like three seasons ago we kinda just started crossing some things over and carrying some things over and then we did the big pc principle season that we kinda really start at first we were like a man all these shows or have to do with pcs stuff we ready get off of it but then we're like why we're like well if there's that much material is just for can do it you know and so so we kept basically gum we have that and we kept things hanging over and people kinda liked it.
"trey parker" Discussed on The Nerdist
"Is win mike character speaks for me and in the which are it was a real problem because they guys always like you know like this guy to be something and i'm like that's not what i founded i that's not what i would say that's not especially this dialogue trees that slaying you know okay do i say hey you better get outta here or hey why don't you leave or head and it's like those are all the same thing cabinet i don't want to say any of those slightly different tone of the yet the those those the games where you're choosing we are essentially choosing your alignment along the way i'm not i don't love because i always feel like deputy wrong thing we might not going to get based on our not really bay and that's why i i did it for the sake of truth and i really wanted in this game to is that like zelda because i love zelda and one thing i love about zelda is about link is that he does a top the rights and so because he doesn't talk your what you think and what you think he would say is what comes out character and so that was always really important to me and i just made it a thing and stick a truth it's like character doesn't talk and it makes it a lot of times it makes it harder to write because you can't you know you got to interact with people in a different way but to me that makes it a lot cooler i wanna it's like going to theater i want to fill the blanks and myself did you play breath of a while ago oh yeah yeah yeah i played it hours you know and i finally you know i don't know how much of an completed but i really appreciate you know there's there's two kinds of gamers though as the things that they're still and i i know this because i'm a huge board game player and i have like to board game nights a week i'm huge into boardgames aside from de that some of that basically.
"trey parker" Discussed on The Chris Moyles Show on Radio X Podcast
"There is something very weird darkest trey parker is is one of the voices from south park and this for me as a as someone who's the watch south park for twenty years now use your just waiting for some vile language or something terrible to come out of these characters mouth i think it's probably the first thing are saying with that voice where nothing dennis there is nothing her largely disgusting or any bad language coming now not that we now are we ah i'm sure this inhabit and the recording studio i'll sixty was saying that he he deliberately doesn't work with you recording the voices yes that's how does that make you feel on well i mean we both feel the same way as as hard the really sitting next to each other this is tough why do you think he h m i think it's jealousy and and now i can't even joke about how you know it's really true you guys it's true i've got some photos i could show you the answer you're losing before for that sort of the stories start amateur of start with me but of course it be the best week of everton's kerley so when in curley i i'll you you were low i can't wait to think that i played test co the waiter we were so proud enough the whole family was so proud i remember you colleague after that after that first premiered i know and also embarrassed because it was just that one little seeing but it's a great claim you know i mean it now if the if the movie didn't have it could still get the story but it's still a gracie spinoff i should the waiter cat i should the waiter from currently soon near adventures.