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"wayne brady" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show
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"wayne brady" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show
"Steph. My gosh and then the eagles actually won that super bowl and chris brockman and i were in three degree weather walking out of the stadium together. That might be generous. It might have been negative. There definitely was you putts over there during the breaker you just. You got putting tips from the lpga. You got your your calloway. White-hot stay ready. Rich song gotta get ready. You understand. that's friday show right. We're gonna see your work with the What the lpga. You're hoping angeles hoping you got a few tips. From some of my new favorite data gopher players yes players. Yes the golfers preferred. What would like to be referred to his players. Why was just separating them because of the male. The men didn't help me at all. It was all the ladies for yoga. Lpga for welcoming damn straight and you know what rich. Thanks thanking me for coming. I'm like are you kidding. The sniper pleasure it was. I heard it went very well that it'll be on fridays edition of the rich eisen. Show everybody back here. Eight four four zero four rich number two down Did they vote on on on. Some rules changes christopher the yes. There were some votes Things have passed No more preseason overtime talk. That's good to kind of the one that everyone's excited about the jersey chain jog players can now wear single digits if you are running back or wide receiver or any side of the ball. Okay so single digits. Not just for kickers anymore. Pretty cool i. That's pretty awesome. I think you know. Chris like you. And i were talking about during the break when we were kids. Those numbers really helped me as a kid be identify. The positions like we knew the eighties were the receivers in the fifties where the centers and as you said the sixties were the guards the seventy s or the tackle so you know that was just something as a kid. I've gotta help you. Def- you differentiate. If like this guy is this position. And this is this position so she when you're young kid just trying to figure out a learning the game and just kind of figuring things out but Let's see the other one. I got a couple of other ones so you remember brady attempted an illegal forward pass memory double past it. Remember that yeah. It was bad down caught and then throw it again. But you're not allowed to do right and then there are other ones. Where you pass along scrimmage you throw it an l. If illegal passes quarter intercepted. The ball may be advanced in the penalty decline. Wait that again. If you intercept illegal forward pass you get to keep the ball. So tom brady throwing an interception on that double past added back to him he catches it. He throws it again. And it's intercepted you get to say. I decline the penalty. Even though it was an illegal forward pass it should be you get to keep possession. Wow per second ford pass behind the line or afford pass that was Thrown after the ball return behind the line. Loss of down and five yards from the previous spot is one way to put it for ford patron beyond the line. Loss of down and five yards from the spot of the past and for forward. Pass that his throne after a change of possession of five yards from the spot of the past. Don't mess with it in other words. Don't do it. There's another rule change. That's going on right here about the uniform numbers running backs in full backs and tight ends can wear one through forty nine and eighty through eighty nine quarterbacks punches and play kickers one through nine one through nineteen. How 'bout that there you go that passed whole bunch of new jersey's coming and then Extra point if a foul results in a retry for an extra point team will have the option to enforce the penalty from the spot where it was attempted to try or from the yard line for the other. Try option okay. The location of which is determined by any previously enforced penalty if applicable. I mean could you read that again rich. I guess again is that now. I guess if foul results in a retry fell during an extra point right. A teammate will have the option to enforce the penalty from the spot where it was attempted the try the previous spot or from the yard line for the other try option the location of which is determined by any previously enforced penalty if applicable so. I guess if it's you know half the distance she tried from the one or the half yard line. I don't have any different. But that's that's the rules navy of it's an offensive penalties. See so they kick it from mike. Say the thirty three. Even though the line of scrimmage is a twenty five you can move back from the thirty three maybe back five more yards or you're kicking from the thirty eight. How about this one though. That's how about this one overtime. Rules were denied again. They got to do something about the overtime rules Br the by the way not the. Oh thank goodness. They didn't mess with overtime. No i like overtime a side. The onside kick is still gonna be you know. Worse than ten percent try and this whole fourth and fifteenth stuff is too advanced for nfl teams to give it a try instead of an onside kick you get one shot at it starting at your thirty line. If you get it to the forty five you get to keep the ball. They have a problem with that. I don't i'd love to try. You know what i'm used to already. I'm used to the man on second base to start extra innings. I'm used to that ray eight it. I know you might hate it. But it's also i don't wanna see seventeen eighteen games anyone. I don't. I'm already there. I'm already there. Let's go let's go let's go. Let's try to lay seven. Double sock like yeah. I mean it's seven inning. Doubleheaders are are again. This isn't like aau on saturdays. what are we doing. I don't know. I don't mind it when it's a long season it's a long season so let's play one fifty four. That's a good way to to fix it too. But i don't mind the guy on second base. I kinda dig it. It's tight check back in with me when the yankees get eliminated on it or the yankees will be lucky. Boy they just say master because they got they loaded the they got loaded bases and then at a wild pitch and a walk got him in the key hit or two runs on no hits and they they gifted the braves gifted the yankees a crucial winless tj coming. Oh we don't want you to kill kleber tours. One rb i right now. Clint frazier damn near at bats. Sanchez is brutal. The of one ten in a row. They're halfway to moneyball. Don't look now. i know we're talking. Baseball dodgers a crushing yesterday. We didn't because you know we talked about the super league quite a bit. That dodgers padres series over the weekend. Was i loved it dynamic. I it to tease being back. Amped up on me. Not just that. But mookie betts the game saving catch centerfield or gain ending game saving catch centerfield in in one game another game where are purposely. Hit the the catches mic to advance on catcher's interference and And clayton kershaw comes out and you could read like not to turn all john boy but you could read lips and then sunday's game trevor. Bauer given up a jack to to my wolverine cronin worth and then they they pulled one. They voted the sweep. That was intense. Fell fell off series. Who said that wasn't john. Boy said that the padres could be the most dangerous team to the dodgers after losing the division to them in the playoffs. Yeah yeah like they. They probably don't have a shot to win the division right but give him seven seven cracks at the dodgers in the playoff right could do. It could knock him off. I think so. That was a great series over the weekend. That was fun. That was fun the yankees. There's not enough ice for the mistake on real. That's fact i don't hear from you. So you're talking about the don. Davis yankee was don mattingly's donny. Baseball sixtieth birthday has to sixty six zero for my favorite yankee. Bright still to eighty dude. That guy mad..
"wayne brady" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show
"It's weird but it's an actual talent because it's something that that if you look at it he's an outlier because he's putting more than ten thousand hours of being able to work with this. When i couldn't put in ten seconds. So he wins the first ten seconds might make you rethink your concept of wanting to keep going with endeavor. One would think and wayne brady here on the rich eisen show again of talents wednesdays at nine eastern on fox and states next wednesday for for a new episode Of of game of tau of game of talents. funniest colleague of yours. On whose line is it anyway was who who is the one that that you knew. You had a really come correct when drew gave you the construct or would crack up lane. Which one was that. Well well they all do and for anyone listening. Did you carry. Version isn't the only version of climate have been on seven years now on the cw with silence. Right my estimation is probably funnier in certain regard them the original innovation. Well the second in the second version because davis version was one second behind the the british. Virgin i can honestly say there is no answer to that because ryan styles is the genius in my book. Colin mockery is a genius in my book. greg proops. Raise a certified genius in anyone's book my partner jonathan mangum. Who is a recent additions. Who's lying in the past. Few few years he does look make a deal with me. And and all my shows he is a genius. So i'm lucky when i show up. It's like being being on a team where you know that if i do a no look pass if always going to get picked up it's always gonna connect and they can trust me and i can trust them and colin mockery always makes me laugh even when even between between the scenes have a really great a great Chemistry together he always makes me happy. And and i think part of that is because he was my One of my idols. When i was coming up and watching who's lying on comedy central just thinking well how cool it would be to one day be able to work with the guy and then years later i get to work with him and and i call him a close friend. So it's part of being on a great team. I cross paths which carry when that happened when the british version Be team abc version. I think ninety eight. That's what a longtime you've known him for quite some time that that's and then you know obviously being on that show and Let's make a deal. Is one of my favorite game shows as a kid wayne. I mean that was something. I always watched with monty hall and i always you know Was always whenever you know you made the deal. And i don't know always hit me in in my gut whenever you know. It didn't work out for somebody that was standing there dressed in the most ridiculous costume. It's unfortunate when somebody comes dressed like that and then walks away with with a with a parting gift. That's unfortunate a story. It's a hit on the show but it was all can life. If you show up dressed as a you know that the hamburglar and you get old. Yes that that's the that's the ultimate problem. That's the ultimate Parting gift on that whole front. So wayne brady here on the rich eisen show. Tell me about blind fire. That's available for free onto right now. One of your recent films wayne. Oh blind blind. Fire was just a It's a it's a cameo that i did a buddy of mine Howard barish pre produced produces movie. Which i'm so happy that he did and and And brought brought me in for a cameo in it It's about A gentleman who who it's based on a true story of I forget the name of the the the thing that these guys these games started doing to each other where they would actually call in fake crime to to the swat team. I think i think it's called. Get getting swati where they would call in. You know this guy has a gun to my head. And i'm this address and please come help. You help me help me. And these other guys are gaming. And so of course you hear the gaming noise of machine guns because they're playing call call of duty with some online platform and they burst in the cops burst in guns blazing and this has happened a couple of and in one of these i. It was a date. The whole thing was was it. Racially motivated could the cop done some something else. Besides shooting shooting the unarmed Gen gentleman who happen to be black. And it's based on a true case and so the movie itself starring sharon leal. And and and it's an amazing cast asked that question and to be a part of that. Conversation really meant a lot to me. So i'm in a scene where i play one of the officer who Who actually killed killed the gentleman question. I'm one of the other cops. And they're out celebrating. I bring his attention like oh so. You're celebrating the fact that you killed this unarmed brother and so we get into it in the bar and that starts to set up the questions for the rest of the movie. Is he guilty. What are the ramifications of it. And it's it's a really great movie to make you think especially in this day and time where so so many of these issues are real life cut from the news issues now is about to say it. Seems like a very timely Film for people to go check out on to be fox's streaming service all available to lulu rip straight from the headlines in certain ways as well yes dad said but but timely Hey wayne thanks for the call. Let's let's do this another time when you you certainly. When you've got another episode of game at towns to talk about anything else that you that you've got going on in your in your universe. I appreciate him. I'm a fan of your work. And i you know i appreciate the laughs over the years and come down and see what else we're going to do. I would let you have a place right here anytime you'd like. There's a chair. There's a microphone. We'll we'll figure it out whenever whenever we can. Thanks for. thanks for the call. Appreciate it thank you you better. That's wayne brady on twitter at wayne. Brady instagram mr. brady baby.
The Masked Singer: How Much of Season 5 Will Niecy Nash Host? And When Will Nick Cannon Return?
"Is the guest host for the first few episodes filling in for Nick Cannon, who tested positive for covert 19. When production on the show began. It'll be followed by the SYRIZA premiere of the New Wayne Brady hosted Variety Show Game of Talents. Stacy Brooks, Katya Our News. At 7 50 Time for
'Ratatouille: The TikTok Musical' has raised over $1 million for struggling actors
"The tiktok musical ratatouille can we start over really anyway. It has raised more than a million bucks for the actors fund. Way know but i had to go back. Because i don't get froggy interrupted me wayne brady got together with a bunch of his friends and it was just supposed to be this. Viral tiktok about the disney classic radha doing well it started streaming on new year's day. It's continuing until today. And like i said it has raised more than one million dollars. People are absolutely loving it. So check it out.
Tituss Burgess, Adam Lambert, and Wayne Brady star in 'Ratatouille' musical
"Disney movie ratatouille is getting turned into a musical. But this is not your average musical. It was brought to life on the video. Sharing app tiktok yet. Back in the fall musical theater fans started using the platform to share original song lyrics and ideas to turn the animated film into a broadway style show and since then it's picked up a ton of momentum even some big stars have thrown their weight behind the project. Including titus burgess wayne brady and adam lambert this friday january first musical will get its big reveal but not actually on tiktok. It'll start streaming on today. Ticks dot com starting at seven pm eastern and. It'll be available to watch for seventy two hours. People can buy tickets at today. Ticks dot com and contribute. What they can from five dollars to one hundred dollars and the money raised will go to the actors fund which helps out workers in the entertainment industry. It's worth noting to disney is not directly involved in creating this online musical but diverge reports. Its blessing to the project. I
"wayne brady" Discussed on Power 106 FM
"Off the chain. What about the Wayne Brady Buttered? Oh, my God. I just put a picture together. Morning, Madge. You've got to be a flexible woman to do, too, but it started about a year. To do what the guy does all of your meals from now camel style style camels down to your favorite position. Stop messing around the already told him we all get about what that he's doing. The bus driver don't tell the bus driver is only one finger and breaking Friday is going up on our six Used as a friend. I got me used Kim close. Not me. That President got me. I get that way into the bag could win these tickets to must a No. Is no So that you can't get no, I stead Keep money tennis. He's dead friends out again. Later she wanted to buy it, but they'll be back in the post. In that moment. I said to go to go, 35 tried to put a bounty hunter named before pushing out of a window. Priest show its best men pay. He could make a shakes.
Wayne Brady on self-isolating with his daughter, ex-wife and her boyfriend: 'We are a family'
"One Wayne Brady quarantining with his ex wife their daughter and his ex wife's boyfriend you might be like what in the world why why well they're both parenting their daughter who seventeen and he said quote where this new nuclear family family is everything to me moments like this bring you closer we've been doing all kinds of tic tacs playing board games X. Sattar at and you know give it to him for saying let's get under the same roof so we could be there with our daughter and whatnot because I know some parents you don't get to see their kids because you know of the corona virus right you know because see they don't want to risk it but I mean it has to
"wayne brady" Discussed on The View
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"wayne brady" Discussed on The View
"He's been kissing up to trump so much. Take it right off his lips. The question is listen. The question is is. There's an allegation of assault. Yeah and if this. DNA should he be compelled to give his DNA. The Way Clinton was absolutely absolutely absolutely rape rape rapist serious thing and and we've got to treat it as a serious allegation and look at his track record. Look you know we heard this guy. We heard this guy boasting about sexual assault on tape. What more evidence do you need? That he's capable H Mitch Mitch. McConnell there's no evidence that convicts this guy nothing that he does nothing. I think. What's fascinating is that president? Trump has come out and said I don't even know her. I no no this woman and she kept the dress. I was fascinated by that. You know my and the other one kept the dress tie. No I mean I Monica Monica Salaam upscale kept dress this dress. She must have kept for thirty years. Yeah it'd almost thirty years and holds up. According to what I've been told Yeah and I think what's interesting thing is you know people have been tweeting me and emailing me. How long does the DNA last millions of years? Yes and if it's preserved served in the right way if there's no sunlight or you know wetness or you know exposure to the elements it. Could it could be. It's not perhaps not to green bring became A. I'm sorry the chickens delicious.
"wayne brady" Discussed on The View
"Weight watchers. Today's for the entire week okay. So depending on how the Senate votes today the impeachment trial could be over by tonight and Republican Senator Lamar L. Exander who has a deciding. Vote on letting witnesses testify. Basically said he's that trump is guilty but so what who cares. He signaled that his voting no. Now how would you feel if this ends today panel for Saturday right. How would you feel if that's true? I mean Lamar. Amar Alexander could have saved Saved the whole thing by voting for more witnesses which would save democracy a small thing but now he doesn't want to what part of what he was. What he's saying is voting no on is allowing witnesses and really the big witness? We're talking about here. Is Ambassador John Bolton who was in the room and what I don't understand is why he needs to be in front of the Senate. In order to go testify he can call George Stephanopoulos or he can call Anderson Cooper stiff or he can call Chris Cuomo no. It's not not because that could really make think about all the interviews. We've watched that where we have learned so much from. Left partners has has told us more than John Bolton has so if he feels something happened in that room that this country needs to know about and the senators need to know about. He doesn't have to wait for a vote. He can goal and give us the information now because we deserve the truth. Yes I agree with. You could testify possibly caused the removal. He was on the role though. Because it's classified I don't I don't know I mean it's But I you know I disagree with you only in the sense that these senators all of took an oath. They took an oath that they would be impartial. They took an oath that they would listen to the evidence and they would You know the constitutional they would act up their constitutional the duty and I think that part of that is having a fair trial and listening to witnesses and reviewing evidence and reviewing documents and in that sense. If they are are not going to do that I don't think that they have lived up to their constitutional. Not We're not this up because we're going somewhere. Nancy Pelosi Speaker of the House says that trump can't be acquitted. He's not acquitted because if there are no witnesses and no documents and there's no trout just what you're saying. Yeah so you agree with that. And I think that's accurate and it just seems to me that Republicans have sacrificed their own oaths to protect their own electoral prospects at this point. And I I think they have dismantled our very institutions to keep power to for their own ideologies. I mean they have in my opinion. They've become this extremist party Susan Collins from Maine and Mitt Romney Omni we still haven't heard from Makovsky from Alaska so those are two Republican so far who said they will vote for witnesses and and look. It's it's hard. No Buck Dr. In Lamar Alexander is giving cover to. What's her name Collins? Nancy I know so you can vote yes and make your constituents ituen happy I mean listen. She's got clever. There's a liar and I don't trust you. It's far over the counter argument. The Republicans are going to say that it wasn't and a holy Partisan in you know trial in the sense that in Nick's in an impeachment trials before there were people on both sides of the aisle that were supporting it and I think what I got from Alexander was he said that president trump what he did was unethical. It just wasn't impeachable and you know. I know that I knew you would be very upset. Quite Brian is set for the country. I feel that people in this country and other democracies have to watch it. We came democracy for granted because we have lived in. It's so long and have had so many beautiful things because of it and it's going down the toilet because of one question I would put a at what point are Democrat. Crat fumbling it by now making a compelling case and it's not just Republicans as I said there were four Democrats that I brought up earlier about witnesses including not quitting about betty quitting blind eye but they had already made a decision or I had come to make Joe Mansion. He wanted to vote for whip my senator from Arizona Kristen cinemas. She was one of the holdouts on this so I do think to blanket it. As all Republicans they're Democrats that were involved with this weight and I also didn't believe I know you're upset John. Explain I voted for witnesses. My right or wrong. That's on the witness question. Yes but you weren't going to vote for acquittal or excuse me conviction conviction that you would not wear. I'm sorry but I assume why would she even come out then. Wise Kristen cinema saying that. She wasn't convinced Republican constituents. She's she's worried bounded getting reelected in Arizona a red state turning purple hues. Let's go back to the focus point. Which is America needs to know the truth and our a democracy needs to have integrity and our elections cannot be violent? Yes and if we don't know everything and if we don't have a full accounting this is going to happen again. Remember when Muller came came out when Muller came out and trump felt acquitted it was the next day he was with you. All right what. He's going to do if he feels acquitted. He says God help. America and democracy say you know we we know that twenty eight percent of Americans identifies Republicans Ninety to ninety five percent. None of those Republicans identify trump supporters. You guys aren't trump supporters. So so I'm not talking about the people at this table but again if he gets reelected by trump supporters reporters. What we're talking about is a president that is just unhinge above the law above above the law right old Lang whatever whatever you want with the blessing break when we come back? There's another trial pest worry about. And her accuser claims she kept the receipts. Can I eat.
"wayne brady" Discussed on ID10T with Chris Hardwick
"And so all of the memories came came back, all this book. I'm going to read the hell out of it. So thank you just know that this is a gift that I will definitely appreciate there's this thing that I've been trying to get together, but I've been too busy, but I think it would just make me laugh and make me happy. I want to do this thing called R and B. You get to sign book. That's a, that's a fucking great idea where I'd yet all these just random music, people to play a game of DND, but I want the soundtrack to go alone. And as DM, he can do certain things to make sure that there is that there's a musical performance, or something as you enter the tavern. And just the way to just have these people that you would never go. Why the hell is what is Bobby Brown doing playing DND? Okay. I'm gonna guys that are being defense, I can help you manifest. This idea if you're serious about it, because I know the people like the people who the company that runs it and owns it, I think it would be so because it'd be like one of those parties, it's almost like, like midnight where the whole excuse of it is just it's going to be dumb. Yeah. But it would be so fun and stupid, and like almost li- like variety show. Where the play the game. Get calm conversation out, and you could break new artist. If, if you wanted to what a fucking great idea where you like it. You just you just said, the words like why isn't somebody done that yet? Well, if you like it I would gladly do it with you. Well, I'm going to I'm gonna give you mine info. But just the initials made me laugh. And then once I got past the point of, but you know what? It's not just a funny funny. Initial sounding. This actually could be detaining that's the that's the hook of it is that the title is great. And then on top of that there's a substance to the idea. It's not just a sketch. It's not just like a SNL sketches. Right. Real thing that people would watch. I think that's fucking great that could be like. Carpool karaoke for notes. Our vets. That's the perfect pitch and thinking that it's like guys like now this one, I feel old. But I understand the market. You have guys that are young and savvy. That one rapper little Bill yadi, huge fan base the whole thing you bring someone came on. Of course, he doesn't know how to play the damn game and the whole thing. But what if what if he actually did? And he's truly inert and you can ask someone about guaranteeing get some guys on there and then you're going to find out like play. Yeah. Like a recipe Drake is definitely played play D D. And there are people that if you find those folks that lock in with the younger audience, and then sometimes you can get an old school lack that has a lot of appeal like I would love to get snoop on funny to watch him smoking up. And then ask him him to play play game even if guys come out in their posturing about halfway through. They would start to like. And get into fucking like really lock into it before because if the magic of it is if you're because it takes so long to play. If you're there for a couple of hours, you can't keep a facade up for that long, and still pay attention to what's going on. So it would drop, and I think that's where the secret sauce of that show is just like watching that moment where like it just dropped. And then they're like locked in their plan would be amazing amazing. I'm glad I'm glad we turn this back on for a little addendum to the end to hear about your d module and make your own graph. Paper, people that was the ID podcast, number one thousand six with Wayne Brady, this is word salad rap and I feel very compelled to talk about two different things that we're touched upon in the episode number one pursuing avenues that you never would've expected. Not just Bob from well-bred in Los Alamos, who changed his life. I mean I probably wasn't on. A dime..
"wayne brady" Discussed on ID10T with Chris Hardwick
"When whose line came here, there's a reason why people in Kansas, Saint Louis Florida Compton, wherever no, whose line because it became so broad because we spoke the language and the show had a certain speed. So I think it worked out. Well, it became what, what it needs to be for, for for here. It's kind of fun to hear you say like the old the whose line was. But when you think about what television viewing numbers were like nineteen ninety to nineteen Ninety-three niche on comedy central is probably still a few million the number of the niche audience from nineteen Ninety-two would keep a network show on the air now ever is not something it's just you know, we've gotta find. We gotta crawl the four corners of the internet to find our audiences anymore have changed. So all your different audiences. Do you find that like the whose line is a little bit different than let's make a deal audience? It's different than this audience, and that audience and the bold and the beautiful audience, like, is it are you sort of the middle of this pinwheel of all these audiences? Or is there a lot of crossover there's overlap depending on the project that? Love people that watch the weirdest crossover as housewives, and let's make a deal and stoned college students, and let's make a deal and kids home on vacation, little little kids. Then there's an overlap from the college kids to to whose line, and then any of the sitcoms stuff like when I was a semi regular on on. How mature mother, that's just broad. And some of the dramas that have done. That's that's Nisha colony was a Sifi thing. So these cats would get that. And so I think I'm kind of like the. The elephant, and the three blind men that, that each had a different take on. What what the elephant was? They didn't know quite what it was. But, but they knew in their mind what it was. So there are people that, like the improv there are people that, that like the game show comedy. There are people that, that, that no, the Broadway stuff, and that no, the said sitcom stuff. So I'm lucky that there's a little bit of overlap and everybody. And, and the people that don't, don't overlap they still come to see whatever it is that they like, ultimately, it's again, it's a little baked into being a performer, and wanting people to like you and be happy and like, what you're doing. But when you first start out, it's like everyone. I need everyone to like me. Everyone's gotta like me, this doesn't work if people don't like me. I think the more you career. It's like what do I wanna do you know like if you want to do a soap opera for a few months due the self opera makes you happy if you want to record an album record an album makes you happy make a movie. Do this do that. And then I. Once your so set and confident and comfortable with yourself and your own choices the audience will fall in line..
"wayne brady" Discussed on ID10T with Chris Hardwick
"You got you did it okay? Now you do it again. And for me. I don't know what would have happened if I had done another, like, I don't know. I think I wasn't confident enough that I would survive another day of full improv addition. And I didn't think that I just thought, I don't know, feel like I got lucky this time I feel like I'm not going to be able to survive this, but who knows maybe I would have surprised knows and you would have been been the whose line guy. The noticed guy. But I think everything worked out, just fine. Oh my God. When it did work out, did work out, just fine. But I'm telling you like the first time that I ever met, Brian styles and column artery was like they were two of the and this was well into my career. They were like the two biggest celebrity like the people that influenced you. I mean I could've met Jack Nicholson me like oh, that's so cool. But meeting Ryan styles to me was, was heart-stopping like that kind of thing. And you are that for people like you, you get to be that for people. So I do I hope because sometimes we run around and circles a million miles an hour, and we sort of forget, like, all right. Just got to do with all these things and perform. And I don't know if I'm doing a good job. But part of this legacy that you're creating already been created, you know, it's like there are people out there that want to do comedy because of you are there. People there, there are other young kids who live in the hood, who are like, oh, I don't know comedy isn't a part of my life. But that guy he did it. So why can't I do it? You know what I mean? Like I can be a nerd, I can be this. I can be love that I've met some, some of those kids, and it's brought me to. That's why it's so important for you. I think to do all the different things that you do because there's so many different ways that people can be inspired by, and then go off and do their, their thing. I mean it's just it's just part of this carbon cycle of creativity, you know, a love that, man. I'm going to check back in with you, because I don't know your schedule, if you'd even be interested, but we go back to work, we have two weeks in February whose line. I think you should come and play. I really think you should come. I just thought my testicles absorb into my stomach, but you would be our guest. Oh, okay. Good. Yeah. So you would be wheels on you'd be protected, but still still have fun and come in do scenes and a song and stuff. It's so much fun. I remember I was in college at the time CLA how long have you lived in LA since ninety six or seven six hundred seventy there used to be an improv in? In Santa Monica. That's, that's the first place. The honky is worked out with second city as well. Okay. So in ninety two or something I was, I was in a group at UCLA like a comedy club like a bunch of writers. People, we'd help each other right material, and then we perform in the dorms and stuff. And for whatever reason I ended up becoming I met Rick Overton became friends with Rick and I knew Rick from because I was obsessive stand up comedy nerd, and he was like, oh, you should come down to the. Come to do these improv shows that the you. And I went down one night. And I was there with the girl I was dating at the time, and he and I got called up on stage and I only did what we were playing freeze and I only had one joke in, and I almost chipped a tooth doing it because I had my mouth around a stool..
"wayne brady" Discussed on ID10T with Chris Hardwick
"You can always learn from something can also can spur you in a different direction. You can appreciate it just for the experience that you had that much more wisdom. You have even if it's just that like, there are so many things to extrapolate and like with this guy. What's so fascinating was that for him, it sort of felt like he was starting over. But he said, I thought the so interesting. It was like, yeah. Because this marketing experience I put together a business plan. I was like that was it you like that in all that time, gave you the experience to put together this plan to manifest your passion. And if you hadn't had that thirty years experience, maybe you wouldn't have known how to create this business, right? But you still it wasn't just like that story was over. You were still able to call upon that tool set to manifest this bigger thing that is so much better because you had that thirty years experience. So it all, like it all factors in, if you're, if you're looking in the right place, if you're open to that, and it's really hard, it's one thing for us to be able to sit down and say, say that and I know that there are some people that are in the hustle. And sometimes it's a little harder to see that thing because like. Oh shit. I have to make rent. But from what I've seen some of the people who. Have kept their heads during the days of I've gotta make rent are the people that eventually get to a place where they have have more than they thought they would because they did exercise that kind of thinking. Yeah. And improv or going on stage, the build up of just like anything like, oh my God. I don't know. What if I don't have something to say what if this can socks what this, this this, and then you get out there and it's like you fucking figure it out? Now, you know, like you're made the decision to jump into it. So you are going to figure it out somehow and obviously, sometimes it's not going to result in huge laughs, or it might not work at exactly the way that you had hoped. But the fact is, you did it and it's so empowered to know that you're so much more capable than most people give themselves credit for. It's like once you're in the fire, you'll figure out how to get out of it. That's exactly. And if you do it more and more here is. The thing that I think I've found if you just jump out and do it. You give yourself a certain confidence after a while that you're establishing baseline is always going to be, like, like walking on sage in doing improv. I'm pretty confident in saying that my baseline to me, if I have a show it's still going to be a funny show. Right. No one's going to leave going. Oh, I thought it was funny or on TV. Like I hope knock on wood because my baseline, I've done it enough. I'm enough of an outlier. I've done it so long that I have a certain confidence about it. I'm still scared shitless right before I step up. But I'm okay with that, and I use that. So my baseline after doing it for so long is going to be here. Some, some nights, though, Greta show, I've ever had and another. You know there was a couple in back that kept saying joke a joke a bit..
"wayne brady" Discussed on ID10T with Chris Hardwick
"Feel like life can give you so many reasons for why your choices are bad can show so many if you're looking at that perspective. And so you can get very frayed not only because of past experiences. But also just like I don't want any new shitty experiences. I like the old good ones. Yeah, yeah. Exactly. But just like being comfortable in a bad relationship or to comfortable in a bad job or to comfortable in it. It's like sometimes people will choose familiarity over the risk of being uncomfortable or being hurt. But the reward even if just the reward is like I broke out of a mold that I was in. It's worth it in my think, Amen. But the truth is so many things come along that because you can't you just don't know what things a path is going to reveal to you until you start down the path that you just can't possibly know. But at least if you're open to it. You know, you know, like, well a lot because I'm sure and in the last ten years all the opportunities, you've had all the things you've gotten to do as a result of these decisions that you made you'd never could've foreseen all of that, but they wouldn't have happened if you hadn't done this never, and I think the thing this was talking to some of your, your older listeners at thirty. That the fear is the fear that you have to let go of is the fear of running out of options. I think that that's what helps people stay in whatever situation, there, I was talking to a friend the other day. I think is no matter what job, you're in and talking about the guy that, that you were talking about earlier. Who was fifty and, and left left that job. On paper, you're fifty. You've been doing this for thirty years, you're going to start over now. Yeah, a whole new thing, sort of a whole new thing who's going to hire you. So that's a fear the fear of options will fifty at this point. I don't have any options. I don't. I'm sure it's easy and not everyone is going to have a success story like that. But I'm sure at that age, even at this age, if I were to would have start over, or I wasn't doing x y and z yet you'd go shit will I can't be the twenty five year old guy running around on camera with my shirt off and Avs all the time. And I can't do this. I can't jump out of frigging plane joined the army who money to do something that's fear based thinking, because you're afraid that your options are running out, instead of just taking a breath and being open to the options that are in front of you. And we don't see those all the time because we're scared and I speak from experience. I'll be the first person to panic if I feel that things aren't going, right. Because I have a deep seated fear of failure, which, which, which drives me, it was like, no, I don't want this to go wrong. But that deep seated fear failure while at Spurs me to do good things. I think also can stop me. So I have to take a breath, I have to look and go these your options, even if it's only one other option shit. It's an option. But you can never fail. You can't fail. Because anything you do is going to have something valuable in it. Even if it doesn't in a traditional sense, like, well, this thing wasn't number one at the box office wasn't this defined success or failure than that's outside? You're right. But if you can, if you can figure out how to define success and failure, as an internal process and not an external process you can never fail because you will always you can always learn from something can also can spur you in a different direction. You can appreciate it just for the experience that you had that much more wisdom. You have even if it's just that like, there are so many things to extrapolate and like with this guy. What's so fascinating was that for him, it sort of felt like he was starting.
"wayne brady" Discussed on ID10T with Chris Hardwick
"Right. Well was born in Georgia. But I'm really from Atlanta, Florida, you're from Orlando. Okay. Gotcha. But it was interesting growing up in the south and not being sports, literate, because so there's so much sports. I mean, there's everyone most people like sports but particularly in the south, it's a thing. It's and it's very tribal. And if you're not a part of it, if you're not a part of this school or this school, or this team or that thing, how How do you. do you like where do you go? How do you like you're just sort of, you know, you're just part of the scraps that you don't know where you fit in? So what was your group when you were growing up my group really, I didn't have a group, you know? That's part of what, what my book is about is, is about being try bliss to a degree which which in the end worked out, well for myself and for my therapist. And for his kids. Because they're all going to come. You will come to me. I because of the neighborhood that I grew up in, I didn't fit in with the kids in the neighborhood in the hood, and then because I was bussed out to this other school, Dr Phillips, which was, I would say ninety eight percent white because of the gifted program, and that was an I was smaller than the other kids, because this is not nerd bragging facts. So I jumped from from kindergarten to second grade. So I was already smaller than some of them and being being the smaller kid and not knowing the customs of this new world that you find yourself thrown into, and you really don't fit into your old place. I learned quickly like, oh, I don't have a tribe. So I'm just going to be by myself. I've, I've got my tribe. So that's why I read so much and I started reading a ton of sci-fi a ton of fantasy. And then plays and and watching old variety shows and cartoons. And I think that's where I got my love of pop culture and also the classics, and that fed into me being able to do improv. So it wasn't until I got into high school to be completely honest that I found a tribe, especially like like you're saying in a sports world. I didn't I didn't play football. I was too small at one point. And then when I was big enough, I had no interest in it. So I ran track, and then I had no interest to really run track. But I did it so that I could look halfway cool. So eventually, I got into ROTC because my father was in the military, so I figured this is where I can hide out, so I can fit in here and I like the costume only theater kid will call a military uniform, the costume. So I guess around tempt grade, I fit into that. And then in eleventh grade, I started acting and that's when I met the other kids who. I got into the nerd culture of that time, like in Eighty-eight me meeting the other kids that that liked Douglas Adams. And that we would listen to REM, but loved run DMC, and, and the beastie boys and started getting in with those guys. So I think that's that's when I found my group, and I found a voice. Yeah. And also just sort of hearing about even just hearing that much about sort of bouncing around in school and jumping ahead. And it's like, of course, you had to learn improv skills, there was, like.
"wayne brady" Discussed on ID10T with Chris Hardwick
"Wayne Brady. I will. All. We order my credit card. He goes, oh, I thought that was you and what I used to be head of marketing for Sony, and I did a show with you with you years ago. And he said, I got, you know, like, there are a lot of ships in the business around two thousand nine and he said that fifty. I got laid off and he's like I didn't know what I was going to do. I'd been marketing for like thirty years or whatever. And so he. He called his friend Norman Lear because he had worked for. And he I don't know what to do normal like pretty much like, did you are you happy with your job? Do you or anything else go? I don't know. I'm not really happy with it anymore. Anyway, it goes well doubts time to do something new. And he just happened to have a passion for bread making. So he pursued it and opened this incredible bakery, in this tiny little town called those Alamos called. Los Alamos where the nuclear testing. I think it's a different Los Alamos. There's there's, there's a Los Alamos in New Mexico. Yeah. And this Los Alamos is. Just off the one on one. And so there's like a little it's like it's kind of a vineyard area and this tiny little town is sort of being revitalized by. Just like artsy creative types. So these old rundown places are now like like patik hotel, like dole old motels turned into like a Tiki hotel. That's any opened this really incredible. It's like the fucking best bread ever. It's called well. Bred. Well, bred? It's called Los Alamos. Name's Bob, and he was great. Well, I'm glad it worked out for him. Because it sounded like coming in on the story it sound like this guy was in marketing, and then was a waiter serving, you know, his shop. Well, then that was hit Brent. It was his it was his cafe. And, you know, and also just such an interesting lesson. I'm like, oh my God. You don't like whatever direction you think your life is going. And then all the sudden something changes and it's like, well, I'm just going to do this and other new thing now. So I don't know. It was it was very inspiration good for above good for Bob. Let's talk about you, Wayne Brady. How're you doing? I love these glasses. I have these was a kid. No. These originals. This is an original that the one you have is a reproach, but I have original original Landau air, and you can see the shape of the glasses is different, so cool. Yeah. Although someone has pointed out that if you got. The glass and hadn't seen the movie. The, the little exposition on the back gives up a lot of it's a lot of spoiler. Oh, yeah. They do that in the on on the cards to like as a kid. I remember having having the Star Wars cards, and depending on which cards you gave it actually told you the movie. Yeah. It's what you the exact thing. I'm hoping that, if you bought the card, you probably saw the movie. It's like no one watches talking dead. If they didn't watch Walking Dead. You know what I mean? It's like they probably we can't spoil anything on the show because people are probably already in just random glasses, if you were just like I'm going to get some water. I sure can't wait to go see the Star Wars movie, God, damn it, it's right here on the. Never again. He's very excited. He's very passionate rea-. Big. Bigs hours fan growing up will yes. And no. And I think it's an interesting thing thing because I, I'm, I'm writing a book right now called young gifted and wack about being a, a young black nerd from the hood and we've heard these stories in the eighties. Of course. Those of us that came they came of age about being being a nerd of the things that worked sessile to you people never talk about the kids who were nerds, and never had the things that you went..
"wayne brady" Discussed on Toure Show
"The mystery of deja pill it's an unanswered situation and then when his unanswered then you let people people come over their own theories whatever his whole thing about the wrong person laughing there i've never i've never i'm i'm i never talked about that and i could you know i can't really speak for him but i could see how that could have upset some people yeah but i know how wouldn't have upset me this would have been easier for me especially with that and i'm saying this because it's easier the person felt that way is easy for me to say you're fired but see i wouldn't i would i wouldn't have been thinking long term i'm like this how do i secure my bag right now how do i secure that long term then it's deeper than that dennis deeper to like the materials in this being written what are people actually laughing at a never felt that in fact when we were doing sketches always sometimes we was like walking walking on edge but it will always be something that was a twist twisted button it all up and maybe made sense at the end was your favorite sketch out of that period my favorite schedule up here and i was only only only on that sketch for a second it was the wayne brady sketch why because dot nanny blowed away you got the reason why because the dynamic of it how discuss even came about date day i think mooney didn't nigga adamas or something yeah and then he said something like wayne brady looks bryant gumbel looked like malcolm that happened before their wayne brady was a huge fan of the show and then it kept back today some kind of way did wayne brady was really offended by it and i know after i got to know wayne brady and up to this point and i know why wayne brady was offended by because wayne brady came from nothing like a lot of people but they don't understand that because he has diction speaks will when a brother got dictate fit i didn't wanna say all private trying to talk all and wayne brady grandmother raised him he'd been through it you know what i'm saying he'd been through it and i even tweeted some the other day name someone that has the tinian television as wayne brady i'll wait as his brother's been putting it down for years and stand out of the bullshit this is a true example of what hollywood should be right you know he tweeted he was like brother that thank you so much i really made my night and that was just it wasn't like wasn't trying to kiss his as i was watching who's on his anyway this motherfucker stay on tv stay out of trouble and i thought it was my duty to acknowledge that because you ignored it so many people on your word son would you think gangster but he's gangsta and i could see how that offend him like dude i'm no different from any a and dave hardy here he was fuck up about it dave was upset that wayne was upset yet you know davis one of the coolest people you'll ever meet my humble do and cares about everybody man is some kind of way you know he might say fuck phase on joking i said please don't end please enter down how you going to say what was funny about the first season pale show to white black blind supremacy sketch was the sketched that set the world of fire to say what the hell is going on next week what was so i kinda about the first year i don't know if you remember this probably reparations sketch han rich became a phrase getting people come my shows for fourteen years what was funny about the first to get sick leave breed what the had to get out of my system but dave wanted wayne brady to be a nice get in get was so dope because i think the one thing that was it was dave's idea yeah let's do something together and figure out yeah but the thing about it that a think wayne wayne brady didn't have destroyed crit and i'm not saying this necessarily that you have it but you know as a black entertainer whatever you feel good knowing that you can make everybody laugh the people to politicians to do in brooklyn brownsville to do the direct you.
Wayne Brady, Hugh Jackman and Ryan Reynolds discussed on Lori and Julia
"Trends this is the mytalk now trending report things you need to know trending online this afternoon movie pass apparently the company is no longer selling it's one movie per day plan of pulling back on that one avengers infinity war trending the movie is pulled in thirty nine million dollars just from it's thursday night screenings alone going to be a big darn deal this weekend also let's make a deal trending as in the daytime game show hosted by wayne brady apparently a guy found out that he's in the friend zone in brutal fashion on national television while appearing on let's make a deal yeah we'll awkward hugh jackman trending today hugh jackman threw shade at ryan reynolds after reynolds crashed his birthday message recording session he was dressed as deadpool ryan reynolds was but it was all in good fun and also trending this afternoon it's other day celebrate the trees that's turning here mytalk forecast brought to you by skinrejuvenationclinic partly cloudy thirty three tonight sunny all the way through the weekend fifty six tomorrow at six sixty eight on sunday right now sixty two at mytalk now you know what we know see more at mytalk one zero seven one dot com.
"wayne brady" Discussed on The Pat McAfee Show
"'cause this thing five he did the same thing on chapel chapelle show destroy yeah this is seven minutes twenty five seconds i don't know what to do how about you say for a little while like a minute until it's bad yeah that's what we do so whenever it gets bad hit the air all right a lot of rappers come up here won't say no names have the don't ask me to okay i try i try so a lot of rappers come up here don't free style a lot of dues sill they signed death warrant because they don't have ability the skill to do it and always tell them go back look on our our size ways university com our youtube channel local wayne brady did and if you can't do that don't free style kick a written wayne brady kicks free styles because i don't don't pretend to being mcm not an emcee do improvisation so if i couldn't maybe freestyle you have no business coming to check out my my improv show you are in front of our mike you are now an emcee wayne oh hell so i guess they're actually giving him things i'm gonna throw out topics from electric top wayne brady we got five if unbeatable you beat number one's wayne brady rocking on the warning safe house alive being wayne brady talk about it malaya's lovely that's let's good go again a good life i got the good life see i got that good life because i kept palma sitcoms until.
"wayne brady" Discussed on The Pat McAfee Show
"It's like that kind of but with i loved whose line is i never brady's brain on believe all of them rues the big styles some styles touring in indianapolis indianapolis that show loved it i think it's like my line it's my line or is there tore name i forget similar it's love the same ryan styles wayne brady carried the show i mean they're definitely the two best batard it was good to the guy with the shorter baller named collins yeah the only one who sucked was drew carey yeah whenever he went up there to try to play the game you're like brains yeah wayne brady and then he went on wayne brady when you make the song favorite incredibly do that then he goes on the sway in the morning and does a five fingers death or whatever have you heard that he martyr's slaughters we should think about looking at up and play it right now actually eight goes on there so sway in the morning show on sirius and every time somebody comes in basically make him freestyle but it's not a freestyle it's a pre written song and they just change the beats on mc catch up with the beach right that's basically what it is and it's everybody goes on there and literally everybody's been on their doing in wayne brady went on there and he gets mocked wayne brady gets mocked for being a super white super super white die right like in the african american community they do not have a lot of respect for wayne brady what they i feel like they should.