17 Burst results for "Two Minute Episodes"

"two minute episodes" Discussed on Supporting Leaders

Supporting Leaders

02:24 min | 2 months ago

"two minute episodes" Discussed on Supporting Leaders

"You have that you guys probably both fall out with the achiever as one of your top five strengths But i you know. I so i wanna kinda end by by asking him. I'm sure there's some school leaders that are listening right now. That that may not have previously connected. What are some ways that they can. They can get involved. What's the name of the podcast. They can listen to if they're interested in any of those divisions with within You know some of the centers for innovative leadership or the center for equity or what are some ways that they could reach out and get connected to a network. Yeah you bet so adamant. I or both on twitter. My handle is duct at dr. Rachel george rachel is. Ra c. h. a. l. a. unique spelling and then our podcast with an espn creative title. But it works. It's effective in clear and it keeps it skinny. It is the nasd principal podcast and we are getting ready to kick off season to here in the next week or two. I'm mister atom. Welcome mr adam. Welcome across all social media. That's my website in in addition to the With rachel to other podcasts. So i have a podcast called atom. Welcome podcast which is like super quick one minute two minute episodes weekly then i also have another podcast called the school district which to be called the principal crew podcast and rebranded it to make it more broad Have have a bunch of episode coming out with superintendents because You know principles. I feel like so much. I feel like. We just need more alignment in the more work. I do. there's these principles. I wanna do things in superintendents in there's like like we're just kind of passing and there needs to be more alignment and I mean i need to better understand the superintendent see. I never want to be a superintendent. So i need to talk to as many as i can to understand it as as much as i can but i think that's the best place to define us. We're all we're all over the internet. Rachel and i will. You are yes. And also rachel's book navigating the leadership curve advocates deserve. And then rachel win win. Is your next book. come out. I think rethinking november awesome. never once. yeah. We'll keep our eyes out for that for sure. But i appreciate you guys taking the time to be a part of this show. I know lots of leaders in school leaders will find a ton of value out of this episode. So thank you both.

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"two minute episodes" Discussed on Deck The Hallmark

Deck The Hallmark

07:58 min | 5 months ago

"two minute episodes" Discussed on Deck The Hallmark

"He doesn't die. I thought this was fine. Runner was i will say the the the forty two minute episodes. Just feel like. I'm watching like a just a like an award winning it's just so good comparatively And i'm just able to be a little bit more invested when it gets over an hour and twenty s just like tough and so i was able to stay invested in this episode. I thought it was fine. I just you know. I want a little bit more More action and i'm spoiler alert. I think maybe we'll get that a little bit because spoiler alert. I think we will get that. You think will get more spoiler is the i should have been more clear the spoiler for later in the hopes and valleys now that makes for i mean it's bad guys. We there was a discussion in the facebook chat. Somebody's started a poll. Like what. Dan hates worse. Is it preview. Episodes ranking episodes wrinkles heart. Let dan stolen dan. Let me tell us his whole bit. About how aids about preview episodes. It's all a bit. They guy loves premium says. Ud walked in last week with a spring in his step knowing that we had a preview episode. Don't let him. Why did he does his whole bid about out like preview episodes. Well you know what. I got to say to you sir hats. Off to greenwich preview episodes somehow make podcasting derivative. I don't know how but it does. I don't like them. I do like the ranking episodes. I actually thought that was fun. But i want to be very clear when calls. The heart is the worst. I don't like watching it. It makes my heart sank. When i have to. It's bad television. And you know what i do feel vindicated. I wanna make sure after watching this. We watch those two hour and a half boys for the holiday seasons. And both times. I was like i know. I've not seen this show before. But this seems like unbearably long. Even if i had seen the show it's a special kind of bad and i was right. Those hour a half episodes are not better knowing the characters. There's still a special kind of bad. This is just regular old. Forty two minute bad but it's not good. I think i said that last week. I was like character does not help care to help. You said that last week. And then i was watching today and i was like when i watched this hour and a half one's the whole time i mean in eighteen thousand nineteen i was like. We're not giving these things a fair shake but we gotta watch him part of the deal. And now i'm like we did. We gave him a fair shake. Yeah because there's a potlucks not exciting though. Boiler alert has not done excel. Just we had one every week all the time we call it a covered dish though because we were good southerners. We covered dish. She goes called potluck covered dish sunday night covered dish and they weren't exciting. They weren't good. No you don't wanna cover dish. Probably a casserole. You don't want it. Oh gosh. I hate making small talk for an hour. And a half t. So we team. The desserts were always no Yeah no sodas to be found. Not a soda. That's how i started drinking tea. Lemonade eruptions covered dish. Want to place their hopes. Hope the rolls are good because the ham and turkey are exciting. Was it when there was that one person who kfc. Every time i saw go. Yeah you got a good day. Good week rates. It's time for all the fields part of show we talk about what in this episode gave his feels panda jack. Talk into cody nestle. Good seen it is. That's feels to. I have one this week. And i think it dana. Listen crushes in that scene. And i think it's legitimately earned seen like it's a really good team. I don't mind let me say this. I don't mind the plot. Point of cody. A troubled trouble is not the right word. He says he's working through grief and like i don't mind that plot point in winco sahara. I liked that they're doing that. I think that's a good. I think that's a good plot point. The problem is it. Seems like they're going to revive this like they go to this well again in the show until current. I don't. I don't have a beef with that. I think that's great. But then they end up later on. Don't they do a whole thing with like children who are like foster children which is not i when calls the heart movie. Yeah that's what we're when co hope causes born. Oh yeah because it's a it's a full of of orphans. Yeah that show up in the first. So is that i get. I don't have a problem with that. It's just seems like they run out of ideas. It just seems like they're going to that. I don't have a problem with that. It just it. Just i got a clean sweep for that conversation really feels yes only feel be found a break. We'll come back with what's here on your fun breaks. I don't know home depot's funny funny guys boy boy are we out the wait. What wayne calls a heart troubled hearts. Wait what i'm going to start with paying panda. What she got pow. I see a lot written down. One note that subject speech the kid there wasn't a wait. What here for me again. My problem with the show has never been. There's the occasional. Greece are getting less. Actually as the show in my opinion is going along. But that's simply because like. I don't think i think i would have more. If if each episode had a complete storyline earth and it's just harder to pay attention. Let's be honest only drift here. But also i just can't see where they're going and they have time to course you know what i'm saying in a movie it's the full plotline and i sit there and be like well. That doesn't make sense on a week to week basis. They'll come up with something that doesn't make sense a lot of times. They fix it the next episode or something like that or i don't care enough by the following episode to remember what the previous one we could do this show with just reading the wikipedia plot. Yes that's that's the also the truth of it. Maybe we should. We did I have a couple We have a couple of wait. What's one is at the beginning of this episode. Bill walks into the jail to see them having dinner and he seems very hungry and he's waiting for an opportunity and they invite him over to. He grabs three roles. And he's out and i was like oh boy. Bill is down on his luck. he's no longer amount. He's going through a hard time by the end of the episode. he's buying half a cafe. What was the deal. Then with the rolls royce. Wanted three hundred. That's one of mine when when you when you can find it you grab one you grab one grocery role unless you are going through it. I was like boy. This guy is no. He's a cafe. He grabs sixty percent of the roles for the meal. Sixty percent of them. They did look good. they look good. And that's not okay. Bill how the roles of the chorale they. Oh yeah. that's up last one. Is the conversation. Obviously with jackson. Cody was fantastic. Because we all had it as are all the fields but wasn't fantastic is the fact that jack was wearing this. He was wearing a hanley over top of the henley. He was wearing a flannel top. The flannel he was wearing suspenders. And that outfit doesn't make sense and any ration- ever. It's a hanley covered by a flannel covered by suspenders calming. I didn't.

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"two minute episodes" Discussed on Krypton Report: The Supergirl Podcast

Krypton Report: The Supergirl Podcast

05:31 min | 5 months ago

"two minute episodes" Discussed on Krypton Report: The Supergirl Podcast

"As and i was so cool like with him. He's really awesome guy. And i'm like i feel bad because i feel like he did a great job in honestly. He's my third favorite superman voice. It's because i mean you. The georgian temp thing is so like i. But if you listen like voice. I would love to have him get to be part of some other superman project like one of these direct to dvd videos. The offshoot ones you know. Not the continuity was. I thought they find an actor. They keep that but like right. I'm just like there's other things went on. It would be great to have him back for something and the olympic does this blake. Act is a i. It was a talking about this. And you commented on my post blinken you miss it up and i hate it because teen titans go is still going three bow and you know with my with my kids now. Trying to find a good cartoon like a dc cartoon is hard. Because it's like the dc. The new dc superheroes is cool. You know they did for a while. They did those. Dc per trillion two minute episodes on youtube or like inbetween things and they would release a home video other eight. That's not cool like a two minute little short Now they're the to like ten or fifteen minute episodes A thirty minute block. That was kind of the same model that justice will yakim did and that was cool because it fun goofy but you had good stories and it was all the just sleep pictures. There wasn't there wasn't that continuity that we had when we were younger and everything in the story but it was more serious in fund. The voice allen was amazing it was goofy audit. This not stay around like you had every character like we re watching one and there was an episode. The head start grow and super berlin in boston. And i was like sweet died. Totally forgotten about their so many of these episodes. And i'm just like this is not great and then the merchandise was another like toys. Damon went before really jump on board. Dc what are you doing. You're not getting the kids to really like your stuff because you're not making anything for them right and older animated or lay are rated and wrong allot. But they want us. They'll that earth stirs don't wanna make. I'm differ man and batman comic. I mean it boggles my mind. Because i don't mind like there's some movies that are being there. they're more Us i don't. I don't mind that i don't mind on. Those shows are like i think patrols a great example that's made adults because there's no child from the want the new negative man figure you know so but you know with certain characters. You have to have something. The kids are inside about. That's why i love. I still do the flash tv series because it was made as you have a family show. It's the show that the with dc cares to sit down and watch as a family and they've been true to that model since it start and that's you know. I watched all the older cartoons with my kids because there. It's you know they did the same thing with the batman unlimited where they were like to shorts online and then they did three direct video. Movies model doesn't work. Yeah and then they did justice league action in it and just disappeared. My my proposal was to do a great super sons. You know john Damian wayne with their super pets on on adventures. Doing stuff and of course. It's easy to throw in. You know the other. Eric dickers- yet some of these direct to video like superman manage tomorrow. There is some stuff as either team. You re tweak battle but make it more of a family all right. And that's my thing. Is my kids love. East characters get hyped about stuff and it's so crazy to watch it or you can't see it stuff that they are.

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"two minute episodes" Discussed on DUH:A Bangladeshi Podcast

DUH:A Bangladeshi Podcast

03:58 min | 7 months ago

"two minute episodes" Discussed on DUH:A Bangladeshi Podcast

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"two minute episodes" Discussed on Pop Culture Junkie

Pop Culture Junkie

03:29 min | 9 months ago

"two minute episodes" Discussed on Pop Culture Junkie

"Arrested development. Yes the girl may be. She's the she's the main character in the show and She the whole. The whole premise was that she discovered that a friend that she went to to college with is missing and she. She made it her when she made it her goal to find this girl even though they didn't really weren't really close. It was kind of like her cathartic way of dealing with the life that she chose and this would make her feel good. And it's a it's kind of a dark comedy very dry very dark. But it's got some drama in it but the characters are really kind of wacky. It's created by michael. Show water walter. Who was part of the state back in the ohl in the. Hey dave. mtv awesome. Oh it sounds really interesting. And i do. I did like maybe interested development. Maybe she's your cousin. You said h. b. o. Right yes awesome. I'm gonna have to give that a try. It sounds really cool. And they're only twenty two minute episodes. So i flew through dude. I love that. That's like watching berry which is also on. Hbo and it's just such an easy. Binge think i finished that in like one weekend because it's just such short episodes and they're so funny. Yeah berry with fantastic. Yeah let's see. What have i been watching this week. Really i've been spending a lot of my time this week. Playing the sims four. Oh my gosh. So when corentin. I started off a computer and i bought the sims four and i was obsessed with it playing hours every day and then i kinda like trailed off a little bit and don't judge me you guys are going to judge me. It's fine so. I got it back. And i discovered mud's for the first time i downloaded this mod the sims four. And let's just say who they actually woohoo. So i've been plagued the past couple of days. They might husband will walk in and he's like. Please keep the door open. What are you doing. But i had the settings up way too high on it for a while you. It's like a lot of things. You can cut of toyed with but i had it so high at one point. That like simmons were randomly just woohoo and middle of like public places and just like in the middle of a restaurant decide to come over like squirt them with bottles. Stop that this is a wendy's sir. So that's what it's going to be like after quarantine. I'll just released to the while. Were just hoo everywhere we possibly can. We have to learn not to be animals anymore. Everybody in that game is just feral now tinkered with the setting so it's a little more little more normal. They at least go into bathrooms now actually started playing sims during quarantine to start wars. Pat came out. Yes that was my sims halloween costumes. Because i have the holiday thing so they were definitely star wars characters for halloween. Did you play the sims nicola growing up or anything. yeah yeah. I didn't have it but my friend had it. So i'd always go to her house and we would play it. They have the heart shaped bed in the hot tub I don't remember which one it was but three..

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"two minute episodes" Discussed on Rick and Morty Podcast

Rick and Morty Podcast

07:39 min | 9 months ago

"two minute episodes" Discussed on Rick and Morty Podcast

"That almost like is anti-climactic in in its in a presentation. I was really like as it was building to. This moment was like. Are they going to draw this like epic fight with these this giant rick and giant jerry. Mex- that are going. You know go at each other. And i mean it happens for a few panels but abruptly ends and and they have to come up with another solution for how to how to deal with this problem. who will who will win out in the end will it. Will it be rick. Finally overtaking This doofus jerry. Will morty prove his worth or Does it take jerry to defeated jerry. Who knows who knows. I know i. I read the story i i know. But you'll you'll have to read the communist t to know for yourself you'll you'll you'll you'll have to. I mean you have to read the comic to see for yourself but also if you haven't by now you probably are not in comics and so You know Spoilers a spoilers bound doofus areas is defeated How I'll i'll e that to you to wikipedia or go to comics free dot sfc slash comic shop by the comics support. The artists support the raiders. I will say there's a what i like about. The comics is just as i mentioned that the jerry Supermarket parking lot with the dropping the wall and stuff like that there periodic paneled asides that that capture random humor that that are that are like and then the kind of non sequiturs that that happened. I sent you a picture of a golden girls. The golden girls will more doofus. Jerry is is saying like You don't wanna see you. Don't go in the bedroom to to see your mom You you don't wanna whatever In more is like like the golden girls but holes then something you want to see what the girls but what i do. Think the ad and he's like why would i. Why would i want to see that. Talking about being their best friends four wrinkly decrepit buttonholes traveling down the road and back again. There's there's like a picture drawn image of the golden girls with with that description and and in the subsequent panels. It's it's this weird Presentation of morty. Where he's like disgusted by it but also somewhat intrigued like it's something. He spent a lot of time thinking about But isn't openly admitting it so. Yeah there are some good one off some little bits if you will Within the comics where they take some liberties they go. They go in different directions that the show wouldn't necessarily go in though sometimes they do Yeah and i don't know. I think i think there's some great things that they do in the comics. It's it's a different kind of storytelling. It's it's the way they pace like action scenes and stuff like that. It's it doesn't play the same as it would in the show but they can really dig into the characters a little bit more sometimes and an explorer different aspects of the characters in the comics. That that we don't always see in a you know twenty two minute episode or or or however long an episode is. Yeah so so. I liked that. I liked that they can dig into it a little bit more. That the relationship between jerry doofus. Rick is is kind of nice like it's it's it's good for them even though they're like the two most outcast people in the multi-diverse at least they've found each other. Yeah they're supportive of each other. And that's that's something we don't see in rick. And morty time is supporting your fellow man or woman. Ricky getting to totally beat up because because that just doesn't seem to happen in the show either. It doesn't the last thing last time. I'll say going back just briefly. The the robot fight. I showed the cover here on the video a minute ago. It's like he big robot. There's a big robot. Thank jaeger Whatever again widow toro pacific rim robot. Fight for like for like three frames and Yeah i like that that. That pieces is disappointing. We talk about utah. Action comics I think The the team that did the bird person one shot you recommended presents. Bird person i think is they. They do spectacular job and we interviewed them here. on on the show Because we did made sure to check out episode If you're in the comics and you want to hear more about making comics and and the and the people that put their blood sweat and tears into putting those stories on the pay. that's right. How sphere. Fred stressing and leonardo ito. Ooh yeah i remember names. Yeah i'm glad one of us. I yeah overall. I i have read some rick. And morty comics. I have like i think the first five or six volumes of the trade paperbacks now but i have not read all of them have only read like the first two or three. And that i've read rick and morty responders and dragons i did get volume to get that. Recently i intend on reading that as well but Yeah i think of the story lines that i've read this is. This is one that i would rank higher than than most. This is a cool idea. It did show some savona abilities for rick. And i would recommend it if some if especially in the drought season when we don't have new episodes and you're like man. I just want some new rick. And morty it's out there he's got to know where to look and it's in in the in the pages of the comics that's where you gotta go that's right find your local trade paperback distributor wherever trade paperback distributors old. They're also on amazon. It's call because jeff bezos haven't all right final thoughts on on the comics or on the storyline brandon. No no but i think that that covers it for For any of the comics. If there's a if there's a comic Rick morny comic thread or or storyline are that you want us to take a look at a little bit deeper. Do us a favor head out to our twitter. At rick morty pod or our our email. Rick and morty pot g. dot com. Send us an email and say. Hey here the issue's cover god ahead. Can you cover these for us. And we'll take a look at him. I i have them. And i'll just i'll. I'll get a video and won't read it travis. Reading with trump. He just he just reads it to me as i'm going to sleep. And that's and that's how we do these with. How do these reviews. This pompous mobile mobile curled up with my.

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"two minute episodes" Discussed on The Vance Crowe Podcast

The Vance Crowe Podcast

02:35 min | 10 months ago

"two minute episodes" Discussed on The Vance Crowe Podcast

"Rich democracies in recent decades being being driven forward by anyways Populism is impart Mainstream decent. The decent bits of populism took notes you back kind of extreme ryan too. But but what i call decent populism is partly a reaction against Anywhere over domination of our politics yet. You know i was watching one of your bbc. A two minute episode. Where you somewhere anywhere. People and i'm watching it on my vr headset. Which i. This is the way that i do research for people that have an interview because i can't look at anything else when you're watching a video in vr. So you do this close up on you and during the close up you said it's not wrong for people to want to be around people that look and sound like them and i genuinely winced because i was oh man you are not allowed to say that you're not like david just broke a big rule and so did you push back on that. Was that something that you did. You feel that you were saying that was going to get you in trouble year. I'd already been through the mill on over that stuff. I actually. I'm i mean. I come from a privileged. My dad was actually petition I went to a private school On from a middle class background I shall match off american. I go to american grandfather's. I'm actually related to the layman family. My father's side my grandfather. My great grandmother was the daughter of man limit. One of the founders leman brothers but The money ran out but johnny go dental generation. Some but i kind of reacted against mark. My dad was a conservative politician. And i react to get some i was. I was a lefty when i was at college. how much of a left you in your car. A pretty damn lefty and when air fox like socialist kind of story much so yeah yeah now. I can have flirted with with the drops guests i went. I went to claim public with. My dad was a taurean via. Didn't really have very much choice. You had to rebel But i spent the most the next of this year's going back to some way close to the central. When.

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"two minute episodes" Discussed on Radio Free Cybertron - All of our Transformers podcasts!

Radio Free Cybertron - All of our Transformers podcasts!

03:39 min | 10 months ago

"two minute episodes" Discussed on Radio Free Cybertron - All of our Transformers podcasts!

"Thanks to netflix for giving us access early to watch Reading i read my read. My comments I've been seeing feedback from people all day. Who are watching it and It's it's mixed like i expected just like siege. I find the series incre. This is no spoilers is incredibly boring. And that's my biggest problem with it. Amplifies everything else. But i was thinking guys when we were talking about this pre pre show. You think. I honestly think if the there's more oath and passion and Better sound mixing that it might beal. I might enjoy it more. It's just the way i describe it. It feels so passionless that it has to be intentional. And it's almost like any passion is extracted from it frame by frame it's being produced. I think budget constraints may have also been an issue because like every time you see like lauterbach running away. They don't transform and drive away the physically run and i'm like it would be so much quicker for them to just transform drive because they go fast. I mean it. I don't know. I mean once you have the models and everything done. I don't know if the cost that much more to to do anything with it my problem with it just I mean. I think it looks great. I think it's like nine tenths of where where it needs to be to be really great. Potentially maybe it's slight exaggeration. But i think that if they can just inject some excitement into it in maybe more consistency with you know like any type of characterization that we've seen in the past with these characters. It might be a little more enjoyable. I have. I think two point they will share on this one is that i one of the biggest things hamstringing. This is the episode count. Yes because they're trying to do so much with six. Twenty two minute episodes it six episodes right twenty two minute episodes. They're trying to do like a thirteen. Or maybe even twenty episodes season's worth of content in six twenty two minute episodes and colleagues have to be boiled down to basically just the bullet points of the plot with no room to expand that next week flesh out the story. They're trying to tell in between those points. The the other thing is and this may be a product of how it's structured and paste. I just don't think the series is made with me in mind. Yeah me too. So i've had a couple of friends who reviewed it Try to talk me down from it and try to make me Try to make me see the light and one said basically this is for the trump this is for the person who watched transfers the movie you know like a hundred times over the course of their life and nothing else translated but yeah. That's not me so over the course of one summer Exactly right like in a way. I think siege actually kind of came across a little bit better because the story was. I won't say smaller and a little bit more tightly focused. It wasn't trying to do as many things as earthrights is doing. If earthrights had maybe even just four more episodes to expand some of this into actually let some of these processes develop a little bit more. There would have been some interesting things going along here. They just did not have the time or space to actually like dig in and take advantage of some.

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"two minute episodes" Discussed on Building an Indie Business

Building an Indie Business

03:54 min | 1 year ago

"two minute episodes" Discussed on Building an Indie Business

"I did a two minute episode and that was never not episode but like a 2-minute recording and that was never transcribed. YouTube is scary accurate though. I YouTube understood product. It didn't it mistake tit as a product on and swell, but understood it more times the product episode had 31 errors. So how to get the transcript and one of the problems is that there's so many extra steps and getting the transcript from YouTube. You have to take it from YouTube and put down to service and then that service will download it. It's a little thing let me go over right now. So you have your video and then you have to wait your twelve hours and you've got a Channel videos. You got a details more options subtitles. It'll say like English or Spanish or whatever language wage using then there's three dots you click on those three dots and something will pop up then you'll want to click on edit and classic Mode classic Studio. You want to go to Asia actions download as an SRT. Then you take it to another service and then you convert the SRT to a txt. You fix the errors and you put it somewhere else outside with us somewhere else off another part of this episode the problems. It's free, but you're dependent on Google like look the the 2-minute video was never transcribed so that but it was transcribed for Otter. So yeah, I would be waiting all this time. I did wait all this time I waited days and my video was never transcribed. So that sucks another problems. It'll take hours. You know, the otter service may have a lot of errors but I bought it it it's less time to fix the errors when you're when you have to wait twelve hours for the proud of error for the YouTube transcript off. Okay. So now there's the human element paying someone else to transcribe your episode. So I use the service right and they have a free trial and I did it for a 2-minute the 2-minute video or episode and then I did for the product on episode and they said that they would do the first five minutes and I did this at different times. So did the two minute episode first and then like 30 days later. I did the product on episode. I never got that. I never got the transcript from them. So I can't evaluate how how what was like compared to the other three, but here's the information I can give you. Okay, it's priced by time. And delivery time. So if you have a thirty-minute episode they're going to charge you for the 30 minutes and when you want the transcript, so this service I was using eighty-five cents a minute for the 5-day delivery $1 for a three-day delivery off a dollar twenty four or a one day delivery..

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"two minute episodes" Discussed on Kar Dishin' It : All Things Kardashian

Kar Dishin' It : All Things Kardashian

02:56 min | 1 year ago

"two minute episodes" Discussed on Kar Dishin' It : All Things Kardashian

"The season finale of a senior season for season for episode eleven delivery Baby Mason. Now I was very shocked that this one was only a half hour episodes. Same to end this wonky season for anybody who has been following this era. That originally was twenty two minute episodes and then this season somewhat inexplicably. They just oscillate. And you'll get a forty four or you'll get a twenty two and I also blocked off forty four minutes assuming that this is a season finale would be big and meaty nobody iconic birth of Mason. And it's not it's a twenty two are that's all we got. That's all we got folks. Let's because of Courtney steely determination in her birth. They were planning on getting more footage and she was like. Oh yeah you know. She's not someone who's going to you know. Have a lot of emotions it's either. It's very black or white with her. Mike God this episode for anyone much like last week. We said this last week that the Vegas episode had a lot of like historic moments. But this is this is Canon. Yeah this is includes that includes a scene above the lake. Money in the waiters mouth. In Vegas this is like I would put top five moments purse. You're doing great sweetie pulling a baby out of your regina like all right. Let's get into it. So we were. Tb continued last week after accordion. Scott called it off Accordion WanNa see him anymore. So Scott goes over to Chris's House. He is Raspy as hell or I mean. At least I knew that they were filming. This genuine post-debate still lost his voice. You know he he's like I just don't understand. Why why you hate me Chris. It's like wait. I'm sorry you can't figure out why you're almost mother-in-law might hate you after you've been so violent around her daughter multiple times maybe not to her daughter but around her daughter eight months pregnant daughter. He's like just treat. Reggie Lamar better. She's like I do. She's like well let me tell you. Why Oh what? A performance from Christianity could be real real. I think it was really real. It was sincere. She starts crying and she's like could say you could be a mood partners. Ap's but she says the thing it's like she's like she doesn't she doesn't want her daughter to someone that she's ashamed of and has to take care of and.

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"two minute episodes" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

08:24 min | 2 years ago

"two minute episodes" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"Is in the Popham poppy with their mega smash it guy on a buffalo part of the most magical video series ever to hit YouTube in my humble opinion. And if you missed the last interview Jomo of Jomo and the possum Pasi you are in luck. Because we're having a back to the show because they are back with a second series. This one called buffalo quest Jomo. How you doing? I'm doing great. How are you doing? You know, I must tell you when I saw buffalo quest. Because now I follow you guys on YouTube when it popped up. There was I I gotta thrill down my leg. I was so excited about the follow up. So for those who don't know for the for the handful, the fraction of folks who have not seen Guyana buffalo. Let's start there to sort of lay the groundwork for buffalo quest. So explain what guy in buffalo is for those that that four five people that haven't seen it. Okay. It's basically it's an old movie from the seventies that's western standard, western only instead of a horse. The guy read the buffalo. First of all. That's that's the base layer. And then that found its way onto the internet. And it was so crazy that I just felt this need to do something with it. So I cut up all the action boil down the movie down to just a little these little two, minute episodes and redid the audio for it. So it's got its own song and soundtrack, and then I just narrated what happens, and basically, it's just the most ridiculous stuff you've ever seen guy actually doing all this crazy stuff from on top of buffalo. And we're just so on for the ride singing plan music and singing kind of what's happening on the screen, but it kinda. Yeah. Win viral, and and and crazy enough and first of all I only halfway saying. It's magic. I will tell you that at one point. My husband looked at me after I shouted. Do that one more time we're gonna have to call things off. So I came up szeswith this. I don't know why it just struck such a funny cord for me, and I still get E mail from people in all caps. They just right guy on a buffalo. I think it does strike a certain chord with certain warped people out there and every one of us. I guarantee you that everybody who watched this video was like that guy. Come from who is on the buffalo. What is the cheesy bad movie from the nineteen seventies? To buffalo quest the new the new project by Jomo and the Pasi told me about that. So we we got this call from a casino up in outside of Calgary and cannon ask us out Berta Canada. And this guy says I know this guy, I know the gonna buffalo guy he lives down the road. And he comes in all the time. We should we should arrange a meeting of the minds should should meet him. And he's got this big ranch just up the road from the casino. And so that was about it. I you know, I that's all it took. You know? Somebody says, hey, we want to set up a meeting. We were like, yeah, we're there. So we jumped we jumped in an airplane went up there and the casino put us up and took great care of us there, and we met Rick Guinn his name he lives. He lives at the road. He's probably like, I don't know. Maybe seventy years old. Key. I gotta tell you. I watched the interview today, that's like the most Canadian thing ever. He those Canadian thing I've ever seen any rides above which is you know, ultimately, only Canadians could do that. I think there's some kind of international prohibition on anyone. But canadians. Yeah, we would never do that. No way. We're too smart. They're big and dangerous. What I what I found fascinating about this interview. Is you asked him like, okay. How did you start writing a buffalo? And I thought there was going to be some kind of reasonable, you know. But ultimately, it's kind of like a dare almost like. Yeah. They said, it'd be fine. So I just hopped on this buffalo, and he ran away with it's just a crazy story. And just thank God. Somebody had a video camera. Is what it sounded? Like like, you hold onto this thing. We'll film, and let's just whatever happens. We'll just go with it. We'll go with the flow, and he's arrived. And yeah, it was insane. It was insane. Really? So bad happened three up on the blog today because I've been sharing all of this stuff. So you're welcome at least fourteen or fifteen people that I brought to your YouTube channel on this. But is there another part after this one? Oh, yeah. Yeah. There's one more part that'll be airing next Thursday. So we've been doing them every Thursday at eight pm, and they're only in little ten minute. Wanna sit down for a forty minute saga of a bunch of idiots going up to visit a guy riding around on top of buffalo. They're broken into little chunks. The last one is airing next Thursday ten at eight on our YouTube channel. Yes. Oh, it's if you go to the possum Pasi or if you look up. Hello. You will find our. Yeah. It's not too are defined. I appreciate this. Because once I mentioned on the air when I was doing a radio show in Florida that the world's largest albino crocodile had died at a alligator farm is name was go make this a true story, and they had stuffed him any has his own little pavilion now where this giant stuffed alligator go back. So I actually put together trek to go up into listeners with us people actually wanted to go with us to see this giant stuffed alligator, so I appreciate your sense of whimsey that takes you all the way to Canada to find a buffalo. Oh, yeah. I mean. Yeah. That's that's that's sounds like a very similar quest. And very re sounds very ridiculous. It was fantastic. That's brings me to my next question. What's the next quest for the possum Pasi? Oh, I don't know. That's a great question. We gotta find something else to quest. Exactly. Maybe you want us to take suggestions, we could get we could ask the question and find out if people have suggestions of where here next quest should go though. It's really hard to top got. And the fact that he actually wrote to the casino, Ana buffalo was pretty impressive. Does he have another means of transportation? I don't think. So I think his car broke down about nineteen seventy eight and for him. Hello everywhere. He goes same buffalo. No, it's not he's got. He actually has a bunch of them there that he raises. But I think the one he wrote a apparently he doesn't he doesn't get on them all the time. Actually. So it takes some serious doing like like, I don't know couple of weeks. I heard of him training just to basically make an appearance while we were up there. And he had a big party at his ranch. Apparently, it was like an ordeal like selecting the buffalo among other buffaloes that might be more writable and more less likely to kill you like that. So I think it was a big ordeal for him to get back on the buffalo. But he I mean this dude is like he's super tough, man. He's real deal guy on a buffalo. He is. Yeah. He's guy crazy enough to get on top of a giant stood next to this thing. It's like twenty six hundred. Pounds and a couple of times they were getting there for a picture. You know, I stand next to him. And when he would just turn it head and move around. I I wanted to run away. This thing is. The most terrifying thing, and you're going to get on it and just ride around. Can you hang on a second? Because I gotta check traffic find out if there any guys on a buffalo right now. John morrissey. John of you ever written to buffalo? No, I've written elephants. You're not tough..

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"two minute episodes" Discussed on Scheananigans with Scheana Shay

Scheananigans with Scheana Shay

04:50 min | 2 years ago

"two minute episodes" Discussed on Scheananigans with Scheana Shay

"I'm like, I hate this girl. So fast forward to where we are now. Which is she's cast on the show like she's awesome. But she does a podcast about mental health. Okay. Talking about your insecurities and being like a public figure in. So she does a live podcast at Caroline's. Or as I say car lines. Which is a very famous comedy club here in New York, and she had a live panel. So she had Darren Darren carp who's any cones assistant. She's hilarious. And she had Taylor Strecker who's also like series. Greg Taylor Darren myself and Hannah did alive show Caroline's, but she brought me on stage just like roasted bean made fun of me about like how I treat women mind securities. So I said a lot of you know, about how I feel about things. It was great. It was really it was a good job. Damon set you were invited by you. Just didn't check your spam. Folder. Whatever. And then. Okay. So then also yesterday, you just hosted like a soul there. Let's. It's called Barry's bootcamp Philippine Monday was day which is yesterday. So I write down consulting for a technology company called spot fund. Okay. It's like a fundraising platform have a job. I do job. Resumes. I've got on Lincoln. People ask you for. Actually, amazing like Lincoln like the DMZ unlinked end. Yeah. I've had girls hit me abundant. Hey, what's up? Then we're part of Lincoln is you know, and someone looks at your profile inches the shot the lengthen Allen. But anyway, I can tell her for spot fine. It's a really cool company. But. Where was it going? I don't know. Oh, so we spot job. Yeah. We we did a fundraiser for day with berries, boo Kellyanne spot fine. So. A lot of money you raise like four or five grand. Nice step. Step. Want to give back like we have like a unique platform. I think and most importantly is like I. Our lives are pretty interesting. Agreed. So I think it's there's nothing normal about our live. Lake on your the learn in so very meatpacking. Chase. Yes, you're has sex. But literally like we're sitting at lunch today with our moms. It was awesome. I love your mom's crying. What was crying when I was like like packing up to leave shot to she knows? She was mazing. Yep. Five city. My mom was like, I I'm so happy a matter. Yeah. Because I I mean more than anyone, you know, she knows what you've deal with and. Carl. No, it's been I think really therapeutic for her to be, you know, your mom because your real peers, you're real person, you have real feelings Pete. You're more well rounded than the forty two minute episodes that promise us. Thank you. That was really nice. Thank you. But yeah. Yeah. Right. No, just say, no. It's just like I mean, we're sitting there. And then like this girl comes up to the table. Like, oh my God. It's seen that goal. No. She had such a big accident. SNL scare like the civil war was not a civil or war. It's like it English please down like, I know you're from Brooklyn, but come on. He's like coffee twat, call my mother. Hey, seen take a picture. Hi, I'm cool too. I promise. Yeah. I actually that that didn't bother me at all. I was kind of excited that that guy. Why will you at public? Yeah. Hung over his phone. So I never get hung over. But last night. I just thought for some reason it was a great idea to have seven Moscow mules have you ever been to Moscow? No, okay. But I'm Russian Russian. Why it's a joke. You ain't from Russia. So while you Russian. All right. Oh my God. I really are telling how many dad jokes Carl has made. So back to the hammer thing real quick. So yes, I've done some stand up. It's more sit down comedy. It's bad. Like my best joke is I'm auditioning to be on. America's next update's bag. Just kidding. I got my own spin off the real fucked boys of so. That's all I got. And what not work with these beyond? Thank you. Chelsea. Loving girl. Oh my God. Okay..

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"two minute episodes" Discussed on Raised by TV

Raised by TV

04:01 min | 2 years ago

"two minute episodes" Discussed on Raised by TV

"Generation is urkel from when you say, our do you mean white? He was white or. It's crazy. How the turn that some of these people like he's like this cute little kid, and he's like, and you're like, Scott Fay, how cool and then he's like America America again, and you're all scholastic thing, and that is what I watch their Anthony cut. Remember, the babysitters club TV show, which we're talking about a little bit. I was to see it again. And it is Curry's e it's so slow. It's wonderful. I loved I babysitters club is one of those books that I read when I was in elementary school to talk to girls. Interested in. In college. Charlie's the shit. Oh my God. It feels that would rent this from blockbuster scholastic. We make books and also this show. No. I don't think it's going to be well, they have a little cold open. The open. That's procreation right thing. Casting party casting pan me all they're like, it's a sketch Awan. This is a Canadian show. I don't know where they actually it would make sense. Let's get going there. A lot of Americans though, Danny timbre Elliot's in it as a five year old. Diversity back, then just met one person was in a beret. Eight white girls a Beretta. Times bad times tweet. We don't have to you guys. Don't have to. I love it. Great. Yeah. Like, the cheers one is like, everybody's your friend. And this one's everyone's your friend and your help you in hard times. I love nine, Sean. So that that set up the mood, but then my favorite theme songs are the ones that are like day. Explain like the entire. Where it's like, then they crashed in then they they did this thing. The song is the previously on. Sure wondering how they got here. It was a three hour. Twenty two minute episode. Remember, what the original Gilligan's island theme song didn't include the professor and Marianne? They just said and the rest, but it was just. I guess they figured out, and Mary and that that's the one that sticks the most because it's the last one. That's when they say, professor Murray boiler say nice. Cantors addict, right? Oh, God Gilligan's island was his show that felt so old. But then every time I watch it. I was like this is I'm like really into it. And I didn't think I would like it. So every time I was on. I was like what is this bullshit? And then I would be like fifteen minutes into the episode of Mike. I hope the coconut radio works like a mmediately bought it straddled black and white at the beginning and then into color so heels like an old show. And then it also feels like a little bit of a new show thought you were lying it straddled black away. Like who's the black? Was one eight. Siblings. Yeah. I have five that is like a TV show to six of us. The Partridge family kids kids where do you fall in the lineup number two. So there's my older sister and then triplet little sisters. So. Television. And then a little brother. I don't even think I knew that. And don't you like that? I don't know which one. Dakhil though, they're not identical identical triplets or known anyone who was related to triplets. Cool. What was it like growing up? Like was that did the women run the TV situation in your house or? Yeah..

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"two minute episodes" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

02:02 min | 2 years ago

"two minute episodes" Discussed on WTVN

"Dot com slash back. If you can't afford it. I understand it. But somebody's got to set the record straight. And if you can't afford it and even if you can't afford it beside not to do it. That's fine. I urge everyone within the sound of my voice to take this information. It will be on blaze TV, it will be on the blaze dot com all of this will be posted. But it is now in your hands. We did the work. It is now in your hands to correct the error of this grave grave mistake. It's up to you. We will try to compact this again in a twenty two minute episode this afternoon, you'll find it on the blaze TV, it'll be the five o'clock show. We will do it in a twenty two minute episode. It is also all being cut up right now by our social media team, and is going to be pushed out, but we need you to retweets. We need you. We need your help. We need your help. All right. Let me tell you about filter by. Filter by. I would like to remind you that getting sick because of the cold is absolutely false. You're in every time. Your mother said you're going to get cold. You're going to get sick. That's not what causes cold not a thing. No. We actually get sick. Because we spend more time inside and we're exposed to higher concentrations of airborne pollutants including cold and FU flu viruses. We're not outside were trapped in a war. Broom, that's baking all of this stuff. According to the CDC about seven million people are getting hit with the flu this year. You want to improve your chances of avoiding the clo- cold and flu season. Everybody gets a flu shot. Have you changed your air filter? 'cause that's why only important it's easy to kick. The can down the road. It's it's not so easy when they actually delivered to your front door. All you.

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"two minute episodes" Discussed on Maltin On Movies

Maltin On Movies

04:36 min | 2 years ago

"two minute episodes" Discussed on Maltin On Movies

"Winston we had a very similar childhoods on opposite corners of America. Why don't you grow up? Where did you grew up in the Seattle area? And Phil grew I grew up in Miami. So I mean, that's about as far very different places. They're both port cities true mid-size ports. Yeah. But we just had similar upbringings. We both loved that booklet with a chance of meatballs. We went in on a meeting with at Sony. Pictures enemy Shen who we just made into the spider versus and they and they had this property. Oh, going gosh. That's my favorite kids because my favorite Kaz book. That's crazy. They were were meeting with them about a different project. We weren't very excited about that project. And so when they called us a day later say, hey, what do you think we said? Yeah. You know, we had a lot more ideas about cloudy with a chance of meatballs, and they said, oh, really that'd be great. You wanna come in and pitch it to us tomorrow? And then we said how about the day after tomorrow because we didn't have any actually. So we just stayed up all night. Yeah. And coming up with the the basic take which was Armageddon, but funny on purpose and his Astra movie. Let's make it a disaster movie with food and shake it treat it like. It's very high stakes and no pun, no pun intended. In ten all puns intended, my friend their intended by God. Exactly. But in any case, we came up with this. The character set that basically was the the final movie twenty. The story was a hundred percent different of the story that we originally wrote. And that we wrote we were writing the movie and not directing it. We wrote a script that was really really funny but lacking in much in the way of motion and had a number of significant story problems. But other than that, it was a delight it was, but it totally was a lot of fun. And it was like, oh it felt like airplane or something. It was just like zany and silly and funny. And but it just was not a good movie. There wasn't a sweet although airplane is a great movie, by the way. Yeah. It didn't have any heart to it whatsoever. And you know, you it had like. Hovering working in sitcoms in twenty two minute episodes. You can get away with just like a little bit of heart. That's undercut and you're like that's enough. That's enough for twenty two minutes. But your engagement for ninety minutes, you really need to care about these people, and you need to be rooting for something, and you need to like you need your heart needs to melt in a in a sincere way. And that just wasn't. So we got we got fired hand. About a year. And then the director of that film took our script and took out all the jokes and just left the story problems. And so they got fired. And then the weird thing happened, which was they called us back and said, hey, would you want to direct this movie or they want to come back to the movie because they liked the tone of the original v? And we said, oh, I don't really want to get fired again. We could do without the fiery. And then we were on the shortest contract ever for director, which is like every three months, they could fire us, I think on the contract. And so we just went to work. And because we knew the script was not had a lot of problems. We came in sat down with this crew that we inherited and just said. And they're like what's your idea for how to fix the movie? And we said, well, what's your idea? What do you think? Which was the best was mostly stalling technique because. But it was the best way. Take best foot to get off of with the with the crew and the best way to make the movie good because they've been working on it. And they knew the problems better than anybody because they've been working on it for a year. And so everybody got to download and and say what they thought. And and we were able to come back and go like, okay. Well, these thing a lot of these ideas are contradictory. But, but this was a really cool thing. And this is great. And then we were like, okay. Well, let's see if we can't figure out a path forward..

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"two minute episodes" Discussed on Nerdificent

Nerdificent

03:07 min | 3 years ago

"two minute episodes" Discussed on Nerdificent

"Doctor you have like you can't choose your generation with the doctor can't like consciously choose his or her generation kinda happens at random randomized generate. So there's two questions. Yes. So armee member. There was a limit on how many regeneration that has. Have we reached that? When reset. Because the thing is the thing with something like that. And that's that is a thing that was written into the show back in the like seventies. And when they first started like fleshing out time Lord culture when the show I started sixty three with William Hartnell, the first doctor the phrases that I'm using time. Lord, regeneration too hard scallop. Right. None of that was part of the show. Yeah. That was all doctor was just a weird alien, and he and his granddaughter were traveling the universe in this police box that like Tartus has now become on the show the term people use for these ships. But in an episode lay the granddaughter does calling her ship the Tartus because of the initials that wasn't let the official title for it. But it's just been ret conned over time like they're all called harnesses. Yeah. So the original was like thirteen generations. And then what happened was at the end when Matt Smith became Peter capacity. There was they they had squeezed in an extra regeneration when they did the fifteen. Special. So there's a regeneration between Paul Mcgann who is a doctor who the actual play the doctor in the nine hundred TV movie who was the eighth doctor and Christopher Eccleston. Who was the ninth doctor base squeezed in John hurt as what we call the war, doctor, and the reason for that is because Eccleston didn't come back the fiftieth anniversary special so they replaced so cente- wouldn't come back for it. They wrote in this new version of a doctor to kind of fill his role. Okay. So the idea is like basically when the show came back in two thousand five when it looked kind of like had the soft reboot where it still have the old continuity, those kind of a new format show. Now, it went from being a serialized twenty two minute episodes show to being an hour each week and each hours like pretty self contained story, they introduced this concept of there had been this awful genocidal war in between when the show ended in when it came back that they called the time war and at the end of that time or the doctor it was between the doctor's race. The time lords. And their greatest enemy the doll ex. And the end the time war was at that point was written to be that the doctor did something that was called the moment. He unleashed weapon called the moment that destroyed both races. And he was the only survivor of the war. And that's why Eccleston doctor is so torn and tormented because he has this guilt of being the destructor of his own race on another race as well. Which is very against. What normally the credo of the doctor is was very anti genocidal. And yeah, there's an episode in classic who called Genesis of dollar X where the time lords send the doctor, which is Tom baker's doctor back in time to the dollars homework to try to prevent them from ever being created in the first place, and he ends up not doing it..

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"two minute episodes" Discussed on Nerdificent

Nerdificent

03:07 min | 3 years ago

"two minute episodes" Discussed on Nerdificent

"Doctor you have like you can't choose your generation with the doctor can't like consciously choose his or her generation kinda happens at random randomized generate. So there's two questions. Yes. So armee member. There was a limit on how many regeneration that has. Have we reached that? When reset. Because the thing is the thing with something like that. And that's that is a thing that was written into the show back in the like seventies. And when they first started like fleshing out time Lord culture when the show I started sixty three with William Hartnell, the first doctor the phrases that I'm using time. Lord, regeneration too hard scallop. Right. None of that was part of the show. Yeah. That was all doctor was just a weird alien, and he and his granddaughter were traveling the universe in this police box that like Tartus has now become on the show the term people use for these ships. But in an episode lay the granddaughter does calling her ship the Tartus because of the initials that wasn't let the official title for it. But it's just been ret conned over time like they're all called harnesses. Yeah. So the original was like thirteen generations. And then what happened was at the end when Matt Smith became Peter capacity. There was they they had squeezed in an extra regeneration when they did the fifteen. Special. So there's a regeneration between Paul Mcgann who is a doctor who the actual play the doctor in the nine hundred TV movie who was the eighth doctor and Christopher Eccleston. Who was the ninth doctor base squeezed in John hurt as what we call the war, doctor, and the reason for that is because Eccleston didn't come back the fiftieth anniversary special so they replaced so cente- wouldn't come back for it. They wrote in this new version of a doctor to kind of fill his role. Okay. So the idea is like basically when the show came back in two thousand five when it looked kind of like had the soft reboot where it still have the old continuity, those kind of a new format show. Now, it went from being a serialized twenty two minute episodes show to being an hour each week and each hours like pretty self contained story, they introduced this concept of there had been this awful genocidal war in between when the show ended in when it came back that they called the time war and at the end of that time or the doctor it was between the doctor's race. The time lords. And their greatest enemy the doll ex. And the end the time war was at that point was written to be that the doctor did something that was called the moment. He unleashed weapon called the moment that destroyed both races. And he was the only survivor of the war. And that's why Eccleston doctor is so torn and tormented because he has this guilt of being the destructor of his own race on another race as well. Which is very against. What normally the credo of the doctor is was very anti genocidal. And yeah, there's an episode in classic who called Genesis of dollar X where the time lords send the doctor, which is Tom baker's doctor back in time to the dollars homework to try to prevent them from ever being created in the first place, and he ends up not doing it..

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