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"ucb" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

02:06 min | 8 months ago

"ucb" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

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"ucb" Discussed on High and Mighty

High and Mighty

03:14 min | 9 months ago

"ucb" Discussed on High and Mighty

"That was bad for both of us. Yup okay well you still do. You have the com- homework. Yeah i got you all right does. Xp so love their chicken. It was like yeah and then. I'm leaving this bar with another girl that it's like it's like clear like me and this girl or like you know what i mean like. We're both. We're not like hammered. But we're like. Hey we are in the prime of what we wanna do it. I feel this giant paul on the back of my But i knew so many people you know what i mean like. I was like a fight. Especially when i was drinking. I was really fun. So he's like turned around the. Hey it was him and just two meals person. I didn't want that to please. Don't scorch my head and he is. He's got the brow. And i was like i know what okay and i was like. I just pulled him close to a because he and he was like her. And i know i'm sorry. I didn't know y'all were together. It was like a one night thing. I'm leaving with this girl right here. And she like lanes in. She's like we're don't wanna fuck right now so you need leave like that kind of trying to help you know now. That does not help this. Please stay on. that is cool to know. We are going to go but also that's good news good. I wasn't a hundred percent sure. We were new relieving. But so then. I just louis prudent as a you can tell everyone you beat the shit out of me. I do not care that confused him so much. Why would you want people. And i'm like listen. It's very clear you could. It's not like a like it. just in the end. He kinda like calm down said that and he kinda like in the and i turned around and like a bunch of my friends were standing behind me which i didn't know they got a little backup there. Thank god i wish known you guys talk way more shit than i did but see. That's that's the power of comedy and to dump to tie it into athletes. It works on athletes because they understand comedy they appreciate like. I've always survived. Because i can make someone laugh. I've told this story on the pod. Before but i think it's like exactly so similar yours. I was across the street by. Ucb two gallons with two people from a team. I was coaching. A guy blew through the end of a light but another guy was running across at the crosswalk and had the little blue man. So that guy slams on the brakes and his fuck you. And i'm standing right there in the corner and i just jokingly go he was actually right through the car window he was actually in the right like ha and we continue walking the gallison's that guy sees gilson's rips is fucking pickup truck into the parking lot gets out cranks into park opens the door and i'm with to like my most nerdy comedy writer friends that i'm coaching their group. And this guy that you are with two athletes. I didn't know these guys. This gets the car..

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"ucb" Discussed on Bullseye with Jesse Thorn

Bullseye with Jesse Thorn

03:07 min | 1 year ago

"ucb" Discussed on Bullseye with Jesse Thorn

"Stood backstage in a weird little stage under grocery store with this guy. And i got to feel i think no one else has felt and when i when i remind myself of that. There's a there's lot to be proud of their definition half as the club's nabbed boy asks with these days me much. Chris gathered on the craziest day of his entire career. And we didn't have time to get into during this interview. But did he actually made a second appearance on this catholic this time on tv. That's really fun. I if you don't know the chris gathered show. I recommend checking out the episode where they brought dumpster onstage and made everyone guess what was ended dumpster it may genuinely be the best episode of scripted. Television ever pretty. You can find that episode on chris. Jeffords youtube it's called one man's trash truly i just. It's just magical. Can't go when the end of another of bullseye bullseye created from the homes of me and the staff of maximum fun in and around greater los angeles california right now. I am trying to decide whether to buy this fat. Wouldn't bunny rabbit from my friends store. Buji bizarre pasadena. Really good bunny. Rabbit has like a sort of like secretly a box a sliding drawer underneath it. It also weirdly has reproductive organs. The show is produced by speaking into microphones. Our producer is kevin ferguson. Hey seuss ambrosio. And jordan. Cowling our associate producer as we get help from casey o'brien production fellas at maximum on our richard. Roby and valerie moffitt are interstitial. Music is by dan. Wally also known as dj. W you can find a collection of the music that he's made for this show on band camp. It's pay what you will so go. Give dan some money and get some chill beats to study to whatever. Our theme song is by the go team that them in their label memphis industries for sharing. They've got a new record on the horizon already. Heard the singles they're banging you can also keep up with the show on twitter facebook and youtube post all of our interviews there and i think that's about it just remember all great. Radio hosts have a signature. Sign off bullseye. With jesse thorn is a production of maximum fun dot org and is distributed by npr. This message comes from. npr sponsor ford. A large chandelier dangles directly above a stationary all electric. Mustang mach e. It's held aloft by an intricate police system. Attached to the rear of the vehicle visit four dot com for gravity defying display of torque..

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"ucb" Discussed on Bullseye with Jesse Thorn

Bullseye with Jesse Thorn

04:08 min | 1 year ago

"ucb" Discussed on Bullseye with Jesse Thorn

"My parents are all they go to bed really early. At the time. I'm twenty nine years old and i'm port. I wanna go to bed at like eight or nine pm.

"ucb" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

03:21 min | 1 year ago

"ucb" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"Good sense origin. I get that, but I've just I've literally never purchased an assassin's creed game ever. Ever. I've played them. I've never bought one. The one I bought ahead instead. Regret. Yes, because you weren't getting what you thought I was. What I wanted to play wasn't what I was able to play. Hello looks good from the reviews. It's Getting better reviews than the new Spider Man game, which is wow, Miles more Alice nutty, So I'm sure there's there's some issues there, though. I'm going to drop for the new assassin's creed. I am so beyond Stokes for age of calamity that's coming out the prequel to breath of the wild for a link to resolve a game. So that's gonna be great. And I'm considering call of duty black ops. Cold War considering not sold, But if anything, you know that in Apex, what has got you from pulling the trigger on Cold War? It's another call of duty. That's the same thing for me. You played it all before. So you gotta give me some cool. Interesting. That's really gonna draw my attention going to want to play a new collar duty. What about you, James? What you playing Well for me. I'm not really I like December 27 27. Even after all this stuff we've told you. You're still my I'm interested. I'm interested. I'm not a day. One buyer by any means, So I'm still body in my time by plane Crash Bandicoot four. 50% of the way through that. I'm always gonna be roaming around the realm Royal. You know, when I send you a video day, one of me getting cyberpunk UCB customizing my pubic hair. You're going to regret this decision, right? That's exactly is a really cool feature. I forgot about that. You might sell me on day one with pube upgrade, but besides aroma, rail and Crash bandicoot, I have a lot of time I need to make up for in the Avengers game. Yes, Those are what I'm gonna be, Uh, trolling around with until the release Well, taking a look over a social media. What are our listeners have been playing? Sarah says, trying member to pre order the damn thing, Uh, talking about cyberpunk, she says Sorry guys that keeps getting pushed back because I forgot to preorder it. That's all she gave us. We have no idea what she's playing. Daniel says Ghost runner, which is hey describes it as a metal gear rising meets mirror's edge. Now I've seen this a few times and it looks really, really cool. Take this sort of weird, cybernetic like Ninja guy. But, you know, then I read. I read the thing. It's apparent. It's like it's a really fast paced like one hit Ko action sort of game and I just feel like I'd probably be really bad at that We have Wolf, who says, currently helping people Prep for destiny, twos and new expansion Beyond light, and as of November 10th. When it launches you'll be playing Destiny two's new expansion beyond light. Who has ever tried destiny before I have not. But destiny to I've been cajoled into trying, like people like it, but I'm just not like I like Diablo, which is another kind of looting game where you play the same thing over and over to get better gear for your player, and that's what Destiny is. It's a looter shooter, but we actually the first destiny, but I wasn't thrilled because I'm not a big fan of the halo style combat. You always get to the field he generates. You run around. You take damage, Then you're even just hide until your shields come back up. Then you run around to take damage again. I just combat is it's not. It's not fun for me. Giant robot Gaming says gonna be Spiderman demon souls in my backlog T check out the enhancement. They did two of the game. You demon souls looks beautiful As for because, like it's a raisin beautiful. It sounds terrified. It's a remake right?.

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"ucb" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

11:37 min | 2 years ago

"ucb" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"This is all of it earlier this week an email went out the founders of upright citizens brigade saying that they had made the quote heart wrenching but necessary decision to close their theater in training space and health kitchen citing high rents and the uncertain future UCB became a fixture of the New York City comedy scene helped launch the careers of Ellie Kemper a lot of Glazer Abbi Jacobson Jack Brereton Schwartz Kate McKinnon Nick Kroll Donald Glover the last few years for the improv or have been rocky though there have been controversies over not paying performers raising ticket prices are laying off workers with no notice as well as frustrations of their classes were the only way to get your foot in the door the the owner stressed in their email that this was not the end of UCB in New York it looks like the end of an era Jesse fox the fox is vulture senior editor where he writes about comedy and as the host of good one a podcast about jokes and the people who tell them Jesse welcome back to all of it thank you so much for having me and listeners we know a lot of people out there took classes at UCB here saw shows there you want to share your thoughts in the closing of this New York presence give us a call at six four six four three five seven two eight zero that is our number six four six four three five seventy to eighty or you can tweet to us at all of it W. NYC or leave us a message Instagram also the handle at all of it W. NYC looking for UCB memories such as the how and when did you see the start let's go back to the beginning well I mean it started I mean the very beginning it's a common occurrence in Chicago which included the current members as well as advocate but somewhat part of that group and Horatio Sanz but then those four moved to New York to pick a TV show probably the the the story goes and would teach classes as a way to paying rent those classes became increasingly popular those students wanted to perform and then they had the idea of running a state than they found another theater you know I think it had they had like five hundred students in two thousand three or so and glass I reported to the fifteen they had probably six thousand students in New York something on data card today don't you know we're talking around the late ninety three there the early office when it really started for me at the at the theater and the school what needs to fill the time well there wasn't anything really like it in New York like at all I mean there aren't there with not long form improv it you know there was maybe a couple places where it can do kind of like whose line is it anyway improv but not anything of this kind the really wasn't sketch the earth and that kind you know there are a lot of people want to be comedic actors who did not want to be stand up comedian that found a place to do it in New York where they had already moved for you know a bit of a one B. theater actors originally we're before really you could only get the sort of thing in Chicago and then they sort of really just gave us space for a generation of the service firing comedic actors and then it became this step work if you like this is what you do this is how you kind of get into the spirit listeners want to hear your memories of UCB maybe you saw a show there that you love maybe took classes maybe you have talked about it's closing our number is six four six four three five seven two eight zero six four six four three five seventy to eighty or you can tweet to us at all of it W. 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C. so when you think about you think about what do you think it was so successful you think about the landscape of comedy yes I need three there are so many reasons and partly they're the right people at the right place at the right time I mean there really wasn't testing in New York they were the people that bring it there but they also had a sort of they you know they were cool and that was brought to it but also like eighty was the star a neat dot on it and they'll pretty in two thousand one right and then later became all that the plates were at or Amy Poehler came from right and then it's like well right now friend but performed there at every Sunday for that if you can god kind of got that cachet and and one other people that first generation of students started breaking right when you had you know ed Helms rock brought recall Paul Scheer Jason and you get all those sort of persuade students then it became a place where it what the cool place to get scouted and then that happens up perfect awaiting that everyone was taking classes there even people took like a couple classes there became associated with that you know and that is sort of the story of like well that's the place you go to see the next generation of star it was that for you know probably like fifteen years and that is unprecedented in terms of like it how many people are coming through it at the same time there was a big content below mid terms of meeting new comic talent they were providing people that need for people and I think that they did a style of improv that was more acceptable if you know it's faster it had more to focus on that like a more slow Chicago style and again you know improv is exploded since it came out I think it's sort of like it was you know a tipping point for improper general this country and it became associated like the cool people yeah let's take a call Liz is online to live thanks for calling all of it our thanks so much for taking my call the story I laugh every time I think of it I studied improv for years I teach it and I went once to use C. B. with a couple with my teacher in a couple of other folks from the class it was one of the women's birthday so when they said we need a volunteer to come down to the stage will ask you a few questions it'll be the basis for our next bit we all pointed at the birthday woman they call her down they start asking her some questions what do you do I teach you know and and she mentioned at some point that she had a PhD and I wanted to know what it was in and we all started going because we know her PhD isn't something that is extremely not funny and she kept trying to save them from themselves and saying I don't want to tell you what it's in it's not funny and they kept pushing her and finally she said okay because she's a Holocaust scholar and they wanted to know what our PhD was a thesis was on and she said handmaids of death midwifery in Auschwitz and there was total silence and then we all started laughing and then they managed to roll with that and did a surprisingly funny skit that incorporated her PhD thesis and that was just an amazing moment of performance and the loss of use to be in the city is a huge loss to humor and salvaging tragedy through humor Liz that's a great story thank you so much for sharing it we really appreciate it my guess is Jesse David fox senior editor at vulture and host of good one a podcast about jokes that people who tell them we're talking about the closing of UCB upright citizens brigade if you want to share you speak you see the story six four six four three five seven two eight zero six four six four three five seventy to eighty is our phone number I can remember Jesse seeing early Dave hill but you see that and just to have that moment of like this guy's going to be huge he's just so funny and just inventive and fantastically weird do you remember any sure do we sure you remember their thinking yeah this is why this place is special all god I mean I my story you know like I watch a lot of comedy growing up it's really to stand up and I would go to a I received when I was like about eighteen or nineteen had a fake ID and what you did at the comedy cellar but I I would kind of get tired of that scene and then I kind of stopped doing comedy for five six years and my friend brought me to show but that the yellow light but called come to decorate where I saw Hannibal Burress I think with the first person I saw and and then I was blown away by how funny it was I mean like D. it is a new thing for people that may be of owning it at a certain understanding a sort of mainstream comedy but then so then when I moved back to York I see so many shows Davis show call the doctor if they think of the Duckworth marathon that was here for twenty years where was actually seventy two hours straight and I try to go to all of it it was not possible but I thought I'd be an interesting story and I remember seeing this one improv what bike recall the stepfather's where his suggestion was sort of like rewind or something like that and they did it higher sat in twenty minutes and then after that moment like we did the entire thing but in reverse and it was like wow you can however and they are like there's a lot of things that are ever thought you could get there isn't a group of mine and within that group I mean it he wanted work the energy of that room specially the the old healthy space was really special so let's talk about some of the the controversies at UCB they had these classes they were not cheap the cost hundreds of dollars why did the classes become controversial so it's kind of complicated I mean like it's interesting because improv classes cost hundreds of dollars all around the country I mean like I tell you to be the prime of expensive but it's also supplying demand things like you know the New York City has the path he took classes memang teach a class I think they're a little bit cheaper but I think some of the problem became that they eat there was an unspoken feeling that if you performed at UCB unlike the main house team member so there's Nicole Harold night on I think Tuesday and then there's a weakened team if you can get into that cycle your professional successes sort of guaranteed based on all these other examples that they now and I think that sort of dealing up like you're paying for this result which is never guaranteed circle wearing out to people and more people to classes and less opportunities to get onstage present himself and less opportunity to come clean with percentile so that their detention and then you just have this thing where people are paying and paying a penny and there's no way to get paid for it right like in Prague the providers have been paid for a really long time for private reasons and but now it's like we were paying thousands of dollars just to get on stage and then even if we're successful never gonna get paid for that created part of attention but it is about a little bit of just sort of like there's so many people that probably went into it expecting something that they can actually provide there's also some tension about that it was homogeneous a lot of comics of color some young calling the colors and you know I really this is for one kind of sort of being a.

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"ucb" Discussed on The Daily Zeitgeist

The Daily Zeitgeist

10:25 min | 2 years ago

"ucb" Discussed on The Daily Zeitgeist

"Apparently Johnny Davis Okay. I see you win. Good thing. They didn't win saved saved. Yeah it's a good thing under the because it was already. There was already in San Francisco whereas Kansas City. It's not even there yet right. If they had a big super bowl celebration in the city of San Francisco probably would have been a lot worse for outbreak. Anyway it's weird. How those those little things have knock on. Going EX MILES. I'm Jack by the way good to meet. You know smiling face over zoom. Nice to meet you as well. Good to meet you sir. Let's tell the people what is trending right now. Bill Clinton holding albums would is this about. It's a meme. Allow me to take you on a journey of this team. Just just like on four twenty. Oz was seeing a lot of this. It's like this image of Bill Clinton Feel a great here holding albums and listening to something but people started like photo shopping other albums into it. So this Guy Jay Bilas donuts with kind as college dropout. I would say in the background. Someone of my tastes. Who's like a phrase like you sample based hip hop but yeah? There's this sort of a lot of articles on like how to make your Bill Clinton me or whatever and it's like supposed to be your top five albums or your top three. How many albums are in the picture? You can fit like four invisibly apparently just an APP bt dubs super producer. Danell just let us know puts the Alps in their automatically. Yeah that's the thing I'm like. Okay I guess that's what we've gone to where people search a meam to then find if someone has already made a technology for you to participate because you have absolutely no photoshop skills like I remember when the life of Pablo album came out. My my friend designed a website. I mean he's like a really gifted designer encoder like that day. He just made a website where you can type in any phrase it would just generate a life of Pablo album cover for you based on the Texas. So this is kind of where we're at with like memes and shit where it's like someone will do more even more work to allow everybody to participate in the meantime economy. God bless the Internet and Bill Clinton appears to be enjoying what he's listening to and the picture. That's that's an important detail. Is it four twenty base because he smoked pot and we think that's hilarious? I could just be one of those wonderful coincidences that the universe shot assist us with God. Bless the universe. You know Kilmer is trending because he has a new book out. Yeah just I see a lot of headlines with different anecdotes something about how. He never barked in a top gun. Jet Like many of the other actors did whenever they had actually get in the jet and film any like interior cockpit stuff. He's a he was all. There's just apparently it's like people were saying it's a really I don't know it depends on how critical the critic is but most of your saying like it's a really interesting read and actually really funny because he's dealing with Cancer so just kind of his memoirs from you know when you think about it super deep career by all kinds. He's done it all seen it all. Yeah by the way I what one of the things that I'm most proud of in this life of mine is that I was on a fishing boat. One time at a with a bunch of my college friends for a Bachelor during Bachelor Party and I think I was like one of two people on a boat of like people that didn't throw up. The Sea was so rough. So non vomiting pride see val kilmer the Oh do you normally just not get sick like your stomach doesn't turn I think spent? I'd probably spent more time on boats and those people even though I don't spend a lot of time on icees then one would high-seas yeah to the high seas. You Land Lubbers. You would also. I think I was a little drunk. And that helps that helps. I hate rides. That are just rely on spinning mechanisms like centripetal Cintra Central Rice and Tra frugal force. Just to kind of like like gravitron. Those are just not fun like I would always do that. Like at a school carnival and then vomit immediately or just feel sick for the rest of the day. Yeah there's nothing funner adventure like you. Don't get to see anything except the person across from you. This is Kinda sticking to a wall but it does just seem like it's almost like a might as well. Just take whatever that stuff is that makes you throw to those ride. Operators who in the nineties had no smartphones or even hand held. Tv's to distract themselves as a bunch of stinky kids like puke inside of a thing like it will be like a hand radio like a radio. Yeah like a magazine. I'm just thinking of you know different times now different times you ever see one of those. Where like the ride operator like one of the kids who's like ridden one hundred times starts walking around or starts? Yeah SARS flexing on. It's like okay. We operated this one a minute. You can go backwards and know when the car comes to do a slick little hop over. I wonder Mix Tapes. Like that of carnival. Ride operators the most irrespon- wall but just like debt like a guy on the zipper like walking on the outside of all the Zipper. Cars like dude. I just know how this ride moves. Baby there's no anthem got no here. Ma'am Taco Tuesday is trending. This meme continues to evolve continues to be a thing why. I honestly I don't know why it's just. I think. Probably because more people are cooking I feel like I tell you something I see a lot more CAISSOTI content from people and I guess Tacos are easy like you know you're just getting ground beef. Chicken Turkey Tofu. Whatever and then you put in a Tortilla boom and you have some semblance of a comfort meal but I honestly this Reason why put this in here is because it made me think of the case because I've seen people flex with just whatever they're like. Yeah it's easy to buy shredded cheese tortillas and I feel like I've cooked something but it is a fantastic comfort. Food is John. Too and also salsa in their polo hot sauce. Whatever you want pull it. Put a Turkey slice in there. You know if you're feeling absolutely disrespectful but the thing is it's about mash by the way it's like I don't I would never do that but you know but this is the thing we're trying to survive. We work with what we have. But keep that at a at a medium you know. Keep your pan at a medium that we can get good cheese melter. Knock Crispin up the the Tortilla too much bright ripe and finally Ucb Upright Brigade the comedy theater. That was kind of the second city for a generation of Improv. Comedians was kind of responsible or at least integrated involved in the Improv. Boom of the past fifteen years announced that they are a closing down their New York operation. So they're being la outfit. Yeah and I guess with the New York. Locations are saying are permanently shuttered now is weird to think I mean you know for all the criticisms of UC be. I have a few myself but it truly for a generation of COMEDIANS. It gave people this like idea that there was one way into comedy and to Improv at Uc be got on a herald team or my team but probably Herald team and from there the casting directors come in and swoop. Yup now that did work for a there was a period when many people found success like that but then I think as that wore on it became. I don't know you hear a lot of stories about people who just through a lot of money away on that and we're like all right. It's a lot harder to do this. And maybe it's a lot more selective or insular than I thought But still just A. I don't know it's weird. It seems like a staple business that always asked exist in either New York. La Yeah it was a big thing. Culturally for New Yorker L. A. Is but yeah the the talented people. I know who came through there a lot of the time end up having the best relationships to the overall institution kind of feel like it was a scam a little bit. So you know the the the big four of Matt Roberts Air or Matt Walsh Ian Roberts Amy Poehler Eh Matt Besser Day. A lot like a lot of people in the theater like they have so much money like right. They keeping it open. I mean I don't know I'm sure from a business standpoint it. I guess they're saying it's just not feasible. But you know it's even when you look at that group. How like Ian Roberts? I don't see as much I thought you and Roberts was on my favorite to like like in UCB. And I even mad. Bastards is kind of a super funny guy but it felt like Walsh and amy poehler are the ones I fully broke through. But Yeah Yeah. You're still there lamenting the loss of their the thing bill. So remember when. I was much younger. And seeing the video of Amy poehler like thinks she was pretending to be a little kid on the streets of New York and it was really funny but a yeah like that was one of the first things from their comedy troupe which was Upright Citizens Brigade and then it became this huge institution. It's also when you watch institution as we call it when you watch that first season. The cameos are pretty incredible of like the people who were in the theater like in the late nineties. Who ENDED UP BEING.

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Detroit hospital says its doctors performed first double-lung transplant in vape-injured patient

America's Truckin' Network

00:28 sec | 2 years ago

Detroit hospital says its doctors performed first double-lung transplant in vape-injured patient

"A Detroit hospital thanks see it has carried out a first of its kind procedure you're in the U. S. forty vaping related injury Henry Ford health system says they performed a double long transplant on a male patient this week doctors noting that the patients UCB cigarettes leaving him with massive lung damage the CDC says there are more than two thousand cases of vaping related injuries throughout the

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"ucb" Discussed on Comedic Pursuits

Comedic Pursuits

05:28 min | 2 years ago

"ucb" Discussed on Comedic Pursuits

"To six reeves there. So why did. I was like all right free. There is the team wanting to join. Good friends murphy. Yeah and then someone like was someone said. A job of the president is sworn in. They take them down search basement to show him the truth in country. That's happened out six pullback hurrying how stuff going on the i didn't know about all right against by people even people who are hiatus people who were not going to be there for shows ever and you just see what you see. Stay just like me. This man knocked of revered beard. One wasted officers floor. So you were saying before that you're interested in game like is you're saying his murphy. Would you say that flake your style. I think just naturally more drawn to it just finding thing and keep it going the scene and then i also like if you find clever ways bring it back. Doesn't feel course anyone just schwab mind when that happens. I'm saying we're serious than this would happen to you Yeah i think that's just my natural also like our. When i first started. So i've only take classes at the dc improv for started. I would only go home and watch. Ucb shows online. Yep that's also probably part of his. I only watch those shows. So i blade all this in an active at the time it was called. I just didn't like they'd played a certain way thousand. Try to so ties with your premise. Rain a offensive game. I think that's something that's lately in. Dc kind of gotten me a bad rap premise. And i don't know when that happened but it suddenly became all about organic discovery and and it's a trend right now and. I don't know why why what happened. There have you this. I've said i don't understand why. I don't know i don't i don't understand who don't like playing game. Seems to be very fun to one stage..

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"ucb" Discussed on KNST AM 790

KNST AM 790

04:27 min | 3 years ago

"ucb" Discussed on KNST AM 790

"UCB the oil to make the pain bearable but just making the pain go away is not enough let your doctor figure out what's causing your agony turns out the my pain came from two giant kidney stones and surgery was the ultimate answer without the surgery those kidney stones were about to kill one of my kidneys meanwhile try very hard to steer clear of opioids and keep any opioid your doctor may give you away from teenagers Howard's website is his name Howard bloom B. L. Ole Ole M. dot net thank you Howard good report have you ever used a oven cleaner spray what you know number one you can't breathe that stuff in and then you just watch how would kindly eats away at all the gook in your oven well the company behind a potent oven cleaning products said it's investigating after twenty five year old woman in England claim that a small drop ate away at the flush on her arm leaving her permanently scarred it's almost like gases be careful chimpanzees enjoy watching movies together and get a sense of closeness and bonding through shared experience according to scientists a study of apes watching videos suggests that human social bonding may have deeper evolutionary roots than previously thought story that we reported yesterday it doesn't take its scientific study done all that spending some time with the couple the cab or friendly dog we'll probably put you in a better mood that being said though researchers from Washington state university of found objective psychological evidence that just ten minutes spread the net petting the dog or cat will lower stress levels that's amazing so I thought we check in with resident psychiatrist Dr Peter Bergen Peter we always knew this yeah I know you always knew this this is amazing well I I mean I found it a little surprising that they could actually set up has that would show a change in cortisol levels yeah morning if it's a if it's real it's it very well may be that that ten minutes with the past will lead improve year day enough so that do you have less stress and therefore less of this the stress response I think this is so many things so interesting about this show is first of all the the need for humans to have companionship as it goes way before even chimpanzees it goes back to our being mammals mammals have babies that legal seven nurse from so we go we go back to a sh I should reign of of creature that that that begins with love and touching and nursing and this this this this is key to our lives I wish that these studies like the one he was citing you know that Justin limit themselves to this idea of the interaction you know what they say joys and minutes of interaction with an animal too many of our scientists are still afraid to talk about love they're afraid to say dogs love on we love bill of your dog's trust us we tries to log that they're these wonderful things that are spiritual fundamentally emotional that take place between us it's not just interaction with the dog and if they start looking at that they're going to realize that human beings need not just interaction with each other but kindness and love and trust at least on the level that we can have that with our dogs good point and like all extra and cats Peter thank you so much doctor Peter Bergen great guy up next we're going to be talking with the Stephen Cohen he was with me a couple weeks ago as we're talking about US Russian relations and we had such an amazing and pouring in of phone calls and questions in the emails I thought we do part two which Stephen and we will in his latest book is called war with Russia we'll talk about all this the next hour we'll take your phone calls with Stephen Cohen and we'll be back with a man or woman on coast to coast AM time is running out to win five thousand dollars a week for life from publishers clearing house enter now at PCH dot com and you could win five grand a week week after week for life don't miss.

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"ucb" Discussed on The World of Phil Hendrie

The World of Phil Hendrie

03:16 min | 3 years ago

"ucb" Discussed on The World of Phil Hendrie

"The UCB sunset Phil Henry and friends, and it's going to be quite a show. We're going to have well, we'll have a sort of an analysis of the and radio show. I will do a puppet show believe it or not when I have a couple of monologues. We'll have a couple of guests who will come up and perform for you. And it ought to be a beautiful beautiful thing. How Rudnik is producing from UCB. So make sure if you're in the LA area come and see us on Saturday night, nine o'clock, that's may twenty fifth nine pm at UC be sunset. I believe you'll be glad you did. I go to that old advertising XM slogan phrase because I just really think you will be glad that you did. And even if you're not glad that you did you'll be glad that you did did you did did I now coming up is L cut the next step. Today's encore from may, I twenty sixteen and it's a beautiful thing, and Elkhart is leveled also an appearance, I believe the first appearance from beans. Halberstam the youngest overlord in history. Probably the youngest member of any clergy anywhere in history. Nice. Good morning. From the el-khadr demaree in one pound New York. I'm Ed L cuts. What if you will Dr? Some people have called me Dr Ed and while I'm not a formal, man. I think it best during these proceedings, and these semi rituals that you refer to me as doctor and Elkin I would appreciate that very much. Bees are Priestley west casper stout. Good morning. Good morning. Very much. And when you said good morning very much that as they combining language, right? Yes. It is. Doc, the Elcock. His the combining of the formal and again informal, and that is what Elcock the next step is all about. Alcon is about reducing ego to the size of lent. Now Lynn comes in different sizes. But I think one thing we can all agree on it has no purpose whatsoever. Lent. Is something you get Renault. We don't save it. We don't use it. It has no curative powers. It is the very definition of waste. And that is what he go is eagle means nothing. That is why is a priestly, and I have been a part of Alcott for the last twenty one years, I'm also descended from heath Norell cut the founder of our grand life philosophy. That is why I have no ego. When it comes to the fact that I remain a price delay while others such as casper will be celebrating their pre overlords status, very soon, and you'll be pre overlord when we'll let me casper that is coming up in late June..

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"ucb" Discussed on Comedy Bang Bang

Comedy Bang Bang

03:51 min | 3 years ago

"ucb" Discussed on Comedy Bang Bang

"And see what happens actually, that's why I moved into a closet so she kind of expand. And then eventually turn to a SpongeBob. So to character. It's almost like a mould perfectly. Are you still hands by the way, still on shoots nut? So she's getting more SpongeBob. Have we did those overhauls kind of? So are you still using her hand to sign checks? Am. Yeah. Okay. Getting hard to get in there. I got of jumping on Leesa mattress at this point. Right. Oh, by the way, shout out to our friends at Lisa. Yeah. I also like casper. Oh, you like customer as well. Which do you like better? We we're at least a family here. Lisa. We're at Lisa show here. Don't want to offend okay. And if they sign up to advertise the documentary that'd be fantastic because they need funding these students. Okay. And they did a Kickstarter, but nobody donate it, really zeroed. I actually won a world record for the lease donations and a Kickstarter how zero. Yeah. Okay. I I think it's hard to beat that record. Exactly. I dare you to try. I defy anyone. Mitee stewing when in my up to dig it out with my hand, your T's. Oh, I wonder what a te- string was am. I seeing. T- senior Tampa put t- in Tampa makes me feel really caffeinated. All right. Well, Tracy, we have to get to our. I guess I wanna talk more about this documentary as we go along if that's okay, I guess so interested in loved interview them to our first guest is an actor, and we Nachman. Yes. That would be perfect. Okay. Let's get to him. He is of course, a wonderful actor and an improviser who's one of the original UCB four, which are as far as I know or the four people who started the theater from what I can tell from context clues. He has a hit, by the way, he's been on such television shows as veep and many movies. He has a new movie coming out this Friday under the Eiffel tower, which will be in ten cities this Friday, and then on VOD after that a few days later, I believe the Wednesday following please. Welcome at wall. Shallow also fail man in charge. Oh. Oh, that's on the comedy, bang, bang television show, you had a recurring role where you played our boss, and as far as I remember, I don't want to blow up your spot here. But you're not supposed to do as many episodes as you did with us is that right? And you sort of ood work in charge them the worked around the system. Yeah. So. Fun ruled Waco. That's right. Thank you. Thank you. So do do reenactments. Okay. Great. Yeah. I have seen you chasing little boys around USC. I went to a ranch game. And there was a guy who looked like you, but he had a Lincoln head on. But I'm like, you said aquaman, and he's like luring little boys into a van wasn't a Lincoln linked in any Anyway, way. it was a baseball. Who stovepipe, but it had the linked linked in logo on a giveaway that you held onto. They were trying to say linked in we sound like Lincoln. And so they made all these commemorative hats in the still piper is decent hook. It's not bad. What was you? It was me were were you guys said it was you've seen very like secretive about what you were up to. I was headed to the shadows. If I were ever able to lure anyone away. So of course, I'm being secretive nodding furiously there, they won't stop Notting. And they both. They raised their cameras. Nope. They not the cameras to. It's all going to be a yes. Yes. And footage. Really? It's all going to be just POV up and down optimistic. Prime. Welcome to the show, man. Yeah. I've loved transformers. Of course, you do. That's why I wanted to talk to you about have you been in one of the transformers. I've never been in a transformers film. It seems like an emission on your because as far as I'm concerned every time I go to the goddamn cinema. I pop up in a film. I'm trying to enjoy a movie. Next in like, God takes you out. I tell you think. So fortunately, I don't have that many friends..

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"ucb" Discussed on About Last Night

About Last Night

01:33 min | 3 years ago

"ucb" Discussed on About Last Night

"So there's Gilda Radner. But that not stand up not when I was a little girl. I was like Eddie Murphy is who I would watch. And did you dig it? Yeah. How funny is Eddie Murphy. Unbelievable. That's what that was the first. I think it's symbolic clips from my dad, and then and then Eddie Murphy, delirious was the first foal thing. I saw that. Wait, what wait a minute my mind. Still funny. Yeah. I love it and then coming to America. And then when you find out how old he was when he did the rock. It makes you mad. You wanna kill yourself because you're like, wait. I'm thirty. I'm thirty five and I'm not ninety close that funny now, and he was doing it for like two years. Three years started like fifteen all fucking Bill Hicks same thing. Yeah. Thirteen years old, right? Like, fourteen fucker. Would you have if you wait? So when did you start I after college, I was like twenty five wait. Yeah. Yeah. Twenty five did the groundlings I at twenty three love the sand. How far did you get? I did. So this is your space workout him so much. Caen anxiety. Yeah. Were so just minimal and basic. Yeah. So what are you doing cutting a steak? I was like I'm putting together a spaceship. I did the two levels and then went to New York to live with a girl and just live in New York for like a year and do open mics and UCB was out there and groundlings wasn't. So I did like all of that. And then came back and just kind of kept with it. They as Adam Ray here taking a break from the episode..

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"ucb" Discussed on View from the Cheap Seats

View from the Cheap Seats

02:58 min | 3 years ago

"ucb" Discussed on View from the Cheap Seats

"Scrub is a guy that thinks he's fly is also known as Busta always took him about what he wants and just see audience broadcasts. Oh, no. The -til album. I'm so excited. No, scrubs. You got it TLC. Look. Here's the deal that sounded like someone was like, hey weezer. We need you to do a song for seen in game of thrones. Can you pull Thiel gave it thrones? That'd be the data. No scrubs are in game. Thrones. I just people just brothers. I would've having sex and people being beheaded. I would get up in my living room watching game throws just walk around in circles. Like, I just seen up close magic. We're the Sklar brothers. This is viewed from the cheap seats are show. Today is the lovely and amazing that Walsh wall. She one of the original members of UCB VP, so damn good. And he's got a new movie coming out called under the under the Eiffel tower. We are thrilled to talk to him. He's a big bears fan. And and he's a big Chicago Bears. And I think it's relevant to talk about the bears. It certainly relevant to our top take which is about the NFL. We just came out of super exciting NFL champi AFC NFC championship games. Unreal. And that fourth quarter in Kansas City may have been the best championship. Game fourth quarter back and forth that I can for offering for a long time in a froth is for a long time. It was everything you wanted it to be how bad is that guy feel that he lined up in the neutral zone Ford. I mean, you bait on the you cost the u cost the chiefs a trip to the by the way, that's not I will even forgive guys on hard snap count going because you've got so much you want to get off the line quick. And if a quarterback Jukes you out that's like going up for a ball fake. There is nothing you can do about that. You got tricked. You guessed wrong. You guessed wrong. But at least your intentions were good lining up in the neutral zone as defensive player, and he was way over that line. I mean, that's one of those moments where you say to yourself. Yeah. I guess the ref didn't have to call it. Because it wasn't like he got to the quarterback and force Bill where you are understand where you are looking at check Caesar there. Go yard back, by the way. If you go yard behind that are half a yard behind that. You're fine. You get another ramp up of another step. It's okay. So. It's just unreal. What a huge mental mistake. That was at that point in the game cost them the game. Yeah. Of us in the game. But I wanna talk about my opinion on the end of that game. And certainly the overtime is that the NFL needs to rework their overtime. It was a travesty. And it felt really sad that Kansas City didn't have a chance to touch the ball. In overtime. Didn't have a chance to answer. I think the rule of if you get a field goal than the other team gets the ball. But if you score touchdown, then it's over..

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"ucb" Discussed on The Bechdel Cast

The Bechdel Cast

04:14 min | 3 years ago

"ucb" Discussed on The Bechdel Cast

"But think okay, it's not until she sees him that she starts to like whip her life into shape kind of thing. But I did. The like the makeover. It seems to be more that she gives herself a makeover. Because she just wants to look different or, you know, to give her look a little boost to make herself more confident thing, right because usually make overs and movies like there's like the ones you mentioned. It's something that's thrust upon woman by other people. And it's usually so that she can be they're usually like you need to look better usually to be more tractive to men, and it's also not. So extreme of a makeover that you're like would like she definitely looks different. But it's not like a Anne Hathaway whipping around and it looks like a different person. Right. And she doesn't act that differently after it happens. I don't know it. This was like one of the movies that we've talked about that. There's a makeover sort of that didn't supervisor me same Torchwood say I feel like it's it's there's almost like a narrative like a delayed. Or a prolonged adolescence kind of. And like her makeover is is almost like just the experience that anyone would go through when they're like going to college kind of link. It's like she's been stuck in this almost like prolonged, I don't wanna say prolonged high school experience, it's very condescending. But but like she's been kind of like in the orbit of her family, and no one else she still lives at still lives at home. You know, she still works with her family, whatever. And you know, she has kind of put off like trying anything outside of comfort zone. So I think it I mean, the physical makeover is just kind of like the easiest way to denote the fact that she is like taking risks putting out there. And I don't know there's kind of like a really interesting tug of war in the movie where she's kind of figuring out how much of her past and her culture, she wants to hang onto and how much of it. She's like oh cave, you know, string from right? And I think it does that line pretty well. I mean, there's like this for example. She's like finally. Eating like, a bland sandwich with the blonde girls. Right. Then it's so she's like trying that out. But then it's like at the end, she still decides she wants to be a part of the Greek community. So it's which I think is like there's no correct way to portray that journey. And I think she does a very good job of my pain. And the fact that her little like makeover confidence boost that she's giving yourself coincides with the fact that she's also furthering her education and like wanting to learn a new job. Yeah. Yes. She's like changing her life. That's why it wasn't like take off the glasses euro new person. Yeah. This was like, oh, she's like just doing some work on herself. I admire that also in terms of like the representation of the women in the film like that entire part of the movie where it's basically like the three women like her her mom and her aunt kind of devising this plan. I thought was like really well done. I wanna talk about that same because we. You mentioned this in the recap. But the whole thing is that too low wants to work at her aunt's travel agency. But she knows that her dad being like the patriarch in the head of the household won't go for it unless he thinks he's come up with the idea. So the three of them get together. Like, okay, we need to in Sept him. First of all, it's really funny the way that like the and dispel plays acting. She's like so rehearsed and like a robot like does not improvise take UCB class or something. But so that that's really funny. And then we as the audience, we're lead in on the secret where the dad kind of looks like an idiot because he's like, yes, it's my idea, and you needed a man all along for me to figure out this really smart thing that I came up with and then we are like t-, he he's actually an idiot because they already came up with this idea that under that too. And that came after I believe you see tool as mom and dad have they have several scenes. Together. And in most of them to of mom ends up taking the dad down to..

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"ucb" Discussed on New Player Has Joined

New Player Has Joined

03:47 min | 3 years ago

"ucb" Discussed on New Player Has Joined

"Yeah. That would probably on the Lower East Side that two bits that was on. Yeah. Well, it's it's a bar. Arcade. That's near UCB east. New York is a franchise. There's a franchise. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. Williamsburg and. Yeah. And there's one in Chelsea now. Yeah. Yeah. There's there's a there's a video game store in the Lower East Side by UCB that was like an old school video game. Like, I could go in there and find a retro copy of Colonel trigger. It would cost me like one hundred twenty dollars. I don't know. Yes. They sold old school games. There used to be in a milk cart any s. Later, but that's the shit. Like they had that they probably own that space like in the seventies and eighties, and it's like rent controlled. Yeah. And now they're paying like thirty bucks and they sell one game. And they're set for like three months. There's an old milk carton that they had on the floor, and it was just filled with free-floating any or not any Sega. Genesis cartridges that you dick free. It's like it's the five dollar been and they were all like echo the dolphin. That's what I love about their pockets still in the Lower East Side where you just see that shit where it's just like. Yeah. I inherited this or I got in on the ground floor this one shop, that's like on avenue c or something like that. Where it just literally looks like it's just junk it just looks like garbage like the whole store is just garbage. It's supposed to be like like a convenience store. There's nothing in here. This is garbage. There's like an old doll head. I thought this is going to video games. In fact, I was like no I got to tell you about this garbage store. This store that sells garbage. That's all it is. It's like no nothing's for cell. Yeah. Is there there is this? There's this place in Boston just called Bodega. And when it opened it was this corner Bodega near the Berkley school of music, and it was just like the shitty little Bodega. But if you if you said to the guy working there, can I see the back. He would press a button, and the the vending machine would slide into the wall. And you'd go in the back, and it was an upscale clothing boutique for like hipsters, and I was like it's kinda cool because they never had a website that ever did any marketing, but as the years went on the level of coolness, drain. So it went from you have to ask to see the back to you have to stand in front of the vending machine to they just keep the vending machine open. So people walk in. By the way, it's just easier. This way, he's just outside being like, you know, it'd be cool. If there's a store that had like the secret place in the back. Yeah. And then if we could advertise, oh, we can't. Okay. Just open. It forget everything. I said now, she's a clothing store. Yeah. But it's been a while not a it's probably been about six months or so since I've been in a Archady would you play? I played a teenage mutant ninja turtles sort of like the like the shit that I like loved when you go to the movies. I would ask to go early. So I could play. 'cause then like that teenage mutant ninja turtles the Simpsons one of Simpson's. Arcade gives you the same exact gain. Yeah. Exactly. That's those those games like they basically are just like just like plug and play different costs. We're going to talk about today to a little bit like that too. I noticed when I was like a revisiting it. Yeah. I I'm a sucker for that. Shit though, just being like wired to kind of know what I have to do exactly. And you're like, oh, this is fucking yet. Yeah. It's X men. It seems mutant ninja turtles next four player games. Like, this is basically the same same. Yeah. Should we transition? We can transition into it. I guess we showed. Hey, guys. Look new players joined a podcast by the beginnings. People love in wide. They love them. He'll Don that was a good one. We'll done to say that was a good one. Well, Don, thank you guys..

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"ucb" Discussed on Threedom

Threedom

02:04 min | 3 years ago

"ucb" Discussed on Threedom

"Oh, gosh. I like when their videos of animals being patient with babies, it's very who were like, grabbing my nephew's were just visiting and my pets were very patient with them. Very happy. Oh, good. That's important. Now. It's nice. It's you don't want your baby eaten by. Maybe leading Dow. Get to read the dogs real cry in the dark, then you go on trial for murder. I wasn't asking you as a question. Yeah. Shoes you like do you like grocery shopping, and if and do you like to go to grocery store in a different neighborhood than you're only if your by one, and you all the shopping, or is it like you'd rather be in the store where you know, everything is while I'll tell you I do like grocery shopping, but I like to be at home. So you order groceries. I met. My neighbor local store. Oh, smell locally to go to my groceries freezer. Yes. I like to know where everything is sometimes. But I always like to walk down every single no matter. What of course, we have a there's a grocery store chain small chain. And we moved from a neighborhood where we went to this one to neighborhood where we go to another in the same chain, but everything is only lightly different. And it drives fucking I feel like I finally got a handle on it. Because I still go to both because the one is near the UCB. And so I'm there I ended up there a lot, and it's just different enough to be maddening. I finally got a handle like going to different grocery stores to see the differences in to see certain products that you would never get to see its what I used to like about going to different record stores is like oh shit. They because once I have round records. So now once you figure out like. Hot chips. I don't even know what. At what age. I realized how stores worked.

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"ucb" Discussed on Threedom

Threedom

02:04 min | 3 years ago

"ucb" Discussed on Threedom

"Oh, gosh. I like when their videos of animals being patient with babies, very, grabbing my nephew's were just visiting and my pets were very patient with them. I was very happy. Oh, good. That's important. Now. It's nice. It's you don't want your baby eaten by. Maybe leading Dow. Get to read the dogs real cry in the dark, then you go on trial for murder. Me. I wasn't asking you as a question. Yeah. Shoes you like do you like grocery shopping, and if and do you like to go to grocery store in a different neighborhood than you're only if your by one, and you all the shopping, or is it like you'd rather be in the store where you know, everything is well, I'll tell you I do like grocery shopping, but I like to be at home. So you order your groceries. I met. My neighbor local store. Oh, smell local go to my groceries freezer. Yes. I like to know everything is sometimes, but I always like to walk down every single island. No matter. What of course, we have a there's a grocery store chain small chain. And we moved from a neighborhood where we went to this one to neighborhood where we go to another in the same chain, but everything is only lightly different. And it drives fucking I feel like I finally got a handle on it. Because I still go to both because the one is near the UCB. And so I'm there I ended up there a lot, and it's just different enough to be maddening. I finally got a handle like going to different grocery stores to see the differences in to see certain products that you would never get to see its what I used to like about going to different record stores is like oh shit. They they order because once I have round records. So now once you figure out like. Hot chips. I don't even know what. At what age. I realized how stores worked.

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