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"This podcast was created by with sue a learning APP for your entire family to read interesting articles or listened to interesting audios on finance health history life stories, and science download our APP from apple and Google play stores are APP is spell W. I s you are you. Charlie Chaplin. Charlie was an English comedian writer director producer and compas her he rose to fame because of his comic timing and Onscreen Persona that Florida's audience, his career spanned seventy five years. During this time, he got a lot of admiration from his fans the tramp, a little man with a weird mustache, a bowler hat and shoes who used quirky movements in pantomime was the central character in most of his films. This iconic character revolutionized the film industry like none other even though Charlie became world-famous, he was not born with a silver spoon. He had a very rough childhood as a child he suffered from poverty and lack of love. This podcast takes you into the world of Charlie Chaplin who earned a permanent place in global cinema and people's hearts due to his perseverance passion for acting and the desire to succeed. Childhood. Charlie Chaplin was born in London on Sixteenth April eighteen, eighty nine to Hannah Chaplin and Charles Chaplin's senior his birth name was Charles Spencer Chaplin. He was the second son to his mother and first son to his father, his parents both Music Hall entertainers separated when he was two years old after that, his mother struggled financially to raise her two sons without any support from her husband. Charlie's early years were filled with difficulties at every step at the tender age of seven, he was forced to earn money while studying at the school for Pauper's to that to his problems. His mother developed a psychological condition due to malnutrition. So she was admitted to a mental asylum since their mother couldn't take care of them. The two brothers were sent to live with their father. Their father was a severe alcoholic who often beat them even though they lived there for just two months it was a horrible experience for them after they returned their mothers condition worsened day by day. So Young Charlie had to sleep hungry on many days when he could not doing anything. When asked about his childhood, Charlie would later say I was hardly aware of a crisis because we lived in a continual crisis and being a boy I dismissed our troubles with gracious forgetfulness. It is during this time that Charlie began performing on stage. By chance, he became interested in stage performances to take his mind away from his unfortunate life and his mother's condition. Charlie's mother encouraged him to keep performing onstage. Charlie. Later quoted about his mother as. She made me believe that I had some sort of talent. So in between his school sessions and spending time with his mother Charlie started to perform regularly he became a member of a clog dancing troupe which toured the holes of England to perform he worked very hard to gain popularity among the masses. Venturing into comedy. Though Charlie was getting a lot of good work and musicals he wanted to get into comedy. His First Comedy Act was in the show Jim directed by Harry Saints. Bury the show was not very successful but Charlie was praised by many for his distinguished performance. By this time Charlie had abandoned his education and had become a full-time entertainer. Charlie. Then acted in the Sherlock Holmes show in front of live audiences in nationwide tours. He performed his role. So brilliantly that he was called to London to perform the same role alongside William Gillette, the original Sherlock Holmes Sydney Charlie's half brother was also working fulltime and comedy sketches by the time he helped Charlie and getting some prominent comedy roles. Reviewers called Charlie. One of the greatest pantomime artists they had ever seen after a series of successful comedy shows on Stage Charlie entered the movie industry in Nineteen Fourteen and signed a deal with keystone studio. He worked with several big film studios throughout his career. Charlie always wanted to have full control and freedom over his films in their distribution. He was also concerned about the quality the big studios we're lacking. So he formed his own distribution company in partnership with three other artists. This distribution company was called United Artists? First marriage. Before the company was founded Charlie married an actress named Mildred Harris who claimed she was pregnant with his child. So they got married very quietly and the pregnancy turned out to be fake Charlie had married mildred only because he thought she was pregnant when he found out, she wasn't actually pregnant. He became quite unhappy with the marriage. He actually became a father on seventh July nineteen nineteen but his son was born deformed and died three days later finally, Charlie ended the marriage in the year nineteen twenty citing irreconcilable differences. The Kid. Deriving from this traumatic experience and his own childhood. Memories Charlie filmed his new movie this movie The kid in which he played the role of a foster father of an abandoned young boy became a hit immediately it was one of the first films that combined the nuances of comedy and drama. There are many instances when the movie touches, Your Heart for instance, Charlie doesn't have a job. So to make the money needed for survival, the boy breaks, window glasses of strangers. Then Charlie who casually comes along repairs, these glasses and charges money for it. This scene makes you cry by displaying how cruel poverty can be at the same time. It makes you laugh because of the comedy that comes along with it. Several similar scenes throughout the movie make you laugh and cry at the same time the movie Charlie wanted to be remembered for. After a string of successful films under his own Banner Charlie. Decided that his next film should be epic. He started writing the gold rush which was inspired by the Donner Party. It was an elaborate film and the production cost was about one million dollars at that time. The gold rush was filmed for about fifteen months. It went on to become one of the highest grossing films of its time at the time of its Release Charlie? Chaplin. said that it was the film he wanted to be remembered for. Second Marriage. while. Shooting for this film Charlie married for the second time under similar circumstances of his first marriage. Lita grey a sixteen year old actress became pregnant with Charlie's child. So Charlie married her discreetly to avoid being charged with statutory rape that turned out to be unhappy marriage to Charlie had two sons with Lita before she left him the bitter divorce that followed saw one of the. Highest cash settlements in the history of American Courts Charlie was deeply affected by the charges pressed on him by his wife while dealing with the divorce Charlie was filming for the film the Circus he called the film, a reminder of his troubled times. So he even omitted this film from his autobiography. This shows how deeply Charlie was affected by the charges pressed on him by his wife. Best film of his career. After the circuses was released, the film industry saw the introduction of sound in movies Charlie found the new technology absurd. He felt that the soundtrack can affect the art of acting. So he continued working on Silent Films City Lights The new movie he was working on was based on a man who falls in love with a blind girl and raises money. For her operation it revolved around tramp who was the central character of all his films Charlie later confessed that he drove himself to a neurotic state to achieve perfection for this film city light's reached new heights of financial success and gathered rave reviews from critics and audiences. Alike, it became one of the personal favorites of Charlie and remained so throughout his career. Fading popularity in the USA. The forties was a rough decade for Charlie, his life was marred by professional and personal controversies as comparisons were drawn between him and Dental Hitler Charlie Chaplin and that'll Hitler were born four days apart had both risen from poverty to world fame and had the same style of mustache. These comparisons made him right. The great dictator which made fun of Hitler and his ideals. It was a great risk but Charlie could take it because he was an independent director after two years of writing the script and one year of production. The film became one of the highest grossing films of that era the movie received five academy. Award. Nominations. Then, the nineteen forties Charlie started voicing his political opinions in his films and Monsieur Verdoux. He condemned the capitalists for encouraging war by selling weapons of mass destruction even though the film was a hit and other countries in the USA, it failed terribly during World War Two he also advocated the idea of a US Soviet partnership. So his image in the USA was tarnished blaming him for being a communist Charlie however denied being a communist. Then, Nineteen forty-three Charlie was slapped with a paternity suit after he refused to acknowledge the pregnancy of a budding actress named Joan Berry many charges were slapped against Charlie by the FBI who wanted to damage Charlie's image after learning about his political ideologies. What followed was a bitter court battle in one, thousand, nine, forty, four, Charlie was declared to be the child's father and. was ordered to pay child support to the mother till the age of twenty one, just two weeks after the suit was filed news came in that Charlie had secretly married his trainee who know, Neil this worsen Charlie's image O'Neill was Charlie's fourth wife and remained with him until his death they had eight children together. Charlie described this marriage the happiest years of his life. His next film was an autobiographical film called limelight. Many of his family members worked in this film since the theme was set in London Charlie decided to hold the premiere of this film there. So he left Los Angeles but once he left the USA his permit to reenter the USA was revoked due to his political and moral behavior after being banned from the USA Charlie Chaplin and his family settled in Switzerland. He spent the rest of his life there even though he did take some films he spent most of the last two decades of his life preparing his old movies for rerelease. The wards and honors? Charlie, received the International Peace Prize in Nineteen fifty-three for his contribution to global peace and friendship among nations. However, this mart is image further in the USA as the award was given by a Communist led council in Nineteen Seventy two, he received an honorary. Oscar. For his contribution to the film industry, it was seen as the USA welcoming back the artist after the country's political scenario changed it was a heartfelt moment as. Charlie accepted the award after a twelve minute standing ovation. Charlie Chaplin was one of the most influential artists of the twentieth century. He was considered one of the pioneers of silent films of that era his filmmaking techniques were close to perfection. He left no stone unturned in giving the best experience to his audience. Many future Comedians were so inspired by him that they began to incorporate his mime sequences in their own styles now. Is maintained by his children at the chaplain office in Paris his statue was the tramp is situated in Leicester Square. A Soviet astronomer who discovered a minor planet even named the planet after him. Death. Charlie suffered a minor stroke in the nineteen sixties and was confined to a wheelchair by the mid nineteen, Seventy S and October nineteen seventy seven Charlie suffered a stroke in his sleep and died at the age of eighty eight years. Piece did not come to him even after his death his coffin was stolen from the cemetery by to immigrants who held the body for ransom to extort money from Charlie's wife, the thieves were caught and Charlie's body was reburied in the same cemetery from which it was stolen. Fact you probably didn't know. The cording to his own words Charlie was a perfectionist who often bordered on neurotic disorders and the movie city lights. He had the actress retake shot three hundred, forty two times just for saying the two words flower Sir. There is an annual Charlie Chaplin Comedy Festival held in a small town in Ireland every year people come dressed as Charlie Chaplin at the festival. There is a bronze statue of Charlie and the town as well. His former home in Switzerland has been converted into a museum people from around the world gather here to get a glimpse of the artist's life in his own home. Charlie had eleven children from four marriages. He received three Academy Awards in addition to several other owners. We hope that this podcast helped you learn about Charlie Chaplin his struggles and his achievements whenever you think your life gets out of hand remember what Charlie said. A day without laughter is a day wasted. This podcast was created by with Suru a learning APP for your entire family to read interesting articles or listen to interesting audios on finance health history life stories, and science download our APP from apple and Google. Play stores are APP is spell. W.. I S you are you.
Villainesses, Vulcans, and a new sort of sexuality: the life of Judith Anderson
"This is an ABC podcast. Old Time favorite movies is Alfred. Hitchcock's Rebecca Eh made in one thousand nine hundred ninety. It's this incredibly gothic psychological thriller and that's one of Hitchcock's weirdest films which is really saying something. The lead character right to play by Joan. Fontaine has married handsome aristocratic widower. Mr Dewinter after the unexpected death of his first wife Rebecca when Joan Fontaine rain comes to live with him at his big glamorous mansion in England she makes his housekeeper Mrs Danvers. This is MRS is Denver. How do you? How do you do everything in readiness for you could? I didn't expect Mrs Mrs. Dan just burns malevolence. And it's clear that Mrs Danvers is holding a candle for the dead first wife. Rebecca oftentimes sometimes when I walk along the Colorado. I've just behind me. That quick likes dead almost here now Although it's a secondary role it's the obsessive Mrs Danvers who ends up stealing the film and the actress Who played the role Judith? Anderson was nominated for an Academy Award Judith. Anderson was one of the most gifted Broadway stars of her generation. But when I didn't know is that judith was stricken. She was born in Adelaide trained in Sydney. But then left to conquer Broadway and Hollywood Judas. SANSOM wasn't conventionally beautiful but she was magnetic cultured and stylish and her intense performances earned gushing reviews news and put her on the cover of Time magazine and enlightened life. Hirolas Mrs Danvers. Made her lesbian icon deadly deaconess. Taking my guest today deslys a writer historian. Who's written a biography of this remarkable forgotten the strategy and hello deathly hallows Richard? We've forgotten her. We have if an icon understand. Why had she such a remarkable person? I think she's up there with Nellie Melba sort of she's the Nellie Melba of the theatre maybe it's because because she was a stage actress stage performances are intensely powerful. They move everyone they can make you a big star but they disappear. CAS's and it's only because well festival. Mrs Davos as always remembered. But if you're if you're on celluloid if that's the right word for it on television or in the movies you remember if you've done something memorable hardly any. There are not that many. Australians who've made it onto the cover of Time magazine with the presence of two other actresses she was on stage with this but she seems to have been enormously famous ton densely she was having she was on on. All of the talk shows you know that where you had Elvis and people like that and and so she was. She was a celebrity a celebrity liberty among celebrities due to her in the first place. That's a hard question to answer. It wasn't because of her celebrity and it wasn't because I was a fan in fact I knew hardly anything about her when I started work on it but I've always been interested in pioneering working women. I'm up that generation as you can see where we had to struggle to find out. Place in the workforce and all of the women that that I've written about have been women who have made great careers against all sorts of odds and the other thing that that drew me to her was that she had a transnational life. She's born and brought up in Australia. She remained a loyal Ustralian or British shoe. She would often talk about herself. As being British as people did in those sorts of the British Empire exactly yes and and I think the great thrill of her life was being made a dame of the British empire and being given that on a by the Queen Gene at Buckingham Palace but she made her career in America. I'm very interested in that. The difficulties and problems as as well as the opportunities that come out of that sort of a life like I said she wasn't conventionally beautiful longish Roman knows that said but it seems to have been people might ports of all the time she was the beautiful drawings done by Hirschfeld over on Broadway. She seems to have had magnetic quality. See to her that made other people completely obsessed about what was it. The heart of that that might personally magnetic. Do you think well everyone loved the voice. So I'm very glad that you played several clips of her voice. People regarded that at the time as the most beautiful voice to us. It sounds a bit laddy Dr but they called it a world English voice and people like lion logo who was featured in spite us. He came from the same school of Elocution bragging. Improper the king's English as it was at the time well it was a bit different from you. Know if you listen to the queen may even now after she's had voice lessons that awful upper-class boys it wasn't that voice it was more a more refined voice than that and people people don't realize this but most American actors at that time had used that world. English accent learns Cilivian dozen in the film as well in Rebecca. Well she seemed like issues in you here in Rebecca and she's bringing it right down for the screen which of course you have to do. So so who voices really rising above a tense whisper. What was she like on stage could she? Could she really open up. A voice on is in fact. She used to She's lived in the second half of her life near the beach in Santa Barbara. which is the mice gorgeous place and she would go down on the beach and run and yell out into the atmosphere training getting the voice and getting the the muscles working people talked about enormous control over her body as she could sort of shape I take any emotion through her body and her face and a voice and that seemed to be what gave people thrill when she was on stage? She liberated women by the standards of of the date. She'd been ahead of their time in that sense well. She was in terms of being a an ambitious the state of catered working woman but she was sort of forced into that by her childhood circumstances so in the father left the family when she was five the mother who had never worked in her life border little shop and and brought up the children. But as you you'll find with a lot lots of the we. She does of that time. They were very ambitious for anyone in their family. who showed any talent that was and that was judith? Yeah Industry said that she never wore a bra or a girdle face. Yes she would have loved to be beautiful and that she knew she wasn't but she was very proud of her figure out which was gorgeous. She was always very concerned to be fit and to have voiced in shape although she smoked act like a chimney you mentioned to father lifted. Quasi young I did. He play any role in her loss at all. She remembers this that she loved wbt him. She knew him until five and then young girls love their dad. Apparently he when he was home and when he wasn't drunk he was a great dad and says she remembers him and fictionally but once he leaves the family. He cuts off old all ties. And this is something that I see a lot in the work that I do not like nowadays where okay you get divorced but you still. Jill remained friends still remain a good dad etc etc.. People seem to just cut off relations with one or other of the parents so we had to. Once he took off to Kalgoorlie. He was a A goldminer mayor before broken hill was broken hill. Hey happened to be prospecting at Silverton and when when the Broken Hill Fund was my hey got the claim next to broken hill so he made enormous amount of money. He was very rich that onto the family. He left behind now. He'd lost it all old. By the time judith was five years old hey had lost. He was a great gambler. He owned race horses he loved his life revolved around and the races so he made a fortune in spent it and the gambling away and then just took off after that. This is so that lived Judas with her mother and and a siblings. And how did she make money. Then the mother. How did she actually manage to keep the family going? She rented this little shop sort out of a grocery store that was just near one of the local primary school to the Rose Park Primary School and She seemed to make enough if money from that. What the theater bug? She had a lovely voice right from the time she was a little girl. This deep voice and end festival. She was having singing lessons because she thought she thought she might make a singer. But then this wonderful young elocution teacher. He is her singing and offers to give her free lessons in her unpublished memoirs was. She says she was always a show off. She discovered that by singing or reciting at the sort of home entertainment's payments that they used to have in those days and she would get a great applause. Everyone loved performing and then she was taken to a performance of Peter Pan where Peter Pan Sprinkled Stardust on her. This is her story. Many many years later so struggle with Stardust Pan. Then how did she ambitions was such that she. Obviously we didn't want to stay in Adelaide. She went from there to Sydney two pots points. And how did she launched herself from there to the United States. Well festival she. She moved to Sydney. Because that was way you would be able to break into the theater and She had lessons with one of the leading. Elocution and drama tasers there and he used to put on You know the students display at the end of the year and she started to be noticed in the newspapers and then she when she was eighteen. She was lucky enough to get a job with Julius Knight who was the great at the manager of the time and she really looked at. I guess it wasn't just lack of talent as well. That having him as her first at manager was she says later that he taught her everything that she knew making the decision to leave Australia. She could have. She chose the United States. Rather than England Ingraham's the more conventional destination at the sped. Renamed but this is wartime us. This war war so America instead. She made a decision to go at the end of nineteen seventeen and she went at the beginning of ninety. Nineteen but Hollywood food was opening up at that time and a number of the based act as Australian actors and actresses. He's going off and you could just get on a steamer in Sydney and been Los Angeles San Francisco nineteen days later or what it happens when she landed in Los Angeles. She was lucky when she got off the out in San Francisco. She met a woman who wrote about the movies. She talks about her as the first friend that she might in America she went to Los Angeles in Hollywood with with her and she tried to introduce her to all the major people. SHOULD LIVE INTRODUCTION TO CECIL B. DEMILLE IS A. Ah what happened when she went to see him. Well it's it's an interesting story because you know he just wasn't the slightest bit interested. This was the period when Mary Pickford was doing her little girl. Cute go go yeah. She was the slender Interesting looking to go. Yes yes work. Now Oh several decades later when Demille saw In one of her one of great stage performances and he wrote to her and said I'm sorry. Hey had recognized is to talent at the time. But she wasn't the beauty that he needed. How did she get a start in? She went to New York after the to start in Broadway anyway. She had about five years. I think taking what she could mean which was usually in the provinces some way think of does not in twenty two. She was noticed by one of the major older actors. William Gillette and he arranged for her to have a part in the the touring company so she was a great heat in that her big breakthrough well as with with another of the all time leading actors. This time she had. She knew that he was looking for a certain sort of girl. For this This was a very emotional part. And so she called him up and said I'm the right person for you. So he said Oh. We'll come come and see me. And she talked to way into getting that and she was an enormous success particularly in Chicago. Hi guys and Chicago always loved due to Anderson. She's always got an enormous audience. They she Charlie Chaplin went to see her on stage. That's right yeah I went out together. Take Chapel was a famous pants man of the I don't think he got into her parents. Die For a little bit but he even talk. I don't know whether it was just newspaper. Talk or not bad. Haven talked about building having a theater for her in New York but but she was under contract to David Balasko by that time. The PRESARIO. The Great Impresario a Broadway would y and he kicked up enormous passed since then and I know that said that was the end of tally chaplain in the line on the twenty. She made a visit back to Australia. It was a star on Broadway at this but she came back to. Australia wasn't a triumph. For the fact she ended up having a breakdown at the at the end of the tour. Why did she have that? Break down the critics hated the plays that she was in. They were too sexy one of the reasons that she made such a sort of became a star. So quickly on Broadway was that she. We had a a new sort of sexuality that was becoming popula moving away moving away from the little go with the with the ringlets unison. Little Girl Bill to the the flat PA made a second sort of flat but not the little innocent flap about bat and that was her when she came back to Australia and played. Those rawls was a bit. Like if it's a bit Komo schoolmarmish about all we don't want you being vulgar overseas and representing the strider in a way that mark maximum were but this was a worldwide thing at at the time. And we'll choose in Australia. Being bowled out for being overly sexual in these plays friends of hers were being put in prison in New York for being overly sexual identity. Whether you remember there was a play called sakes that west by wiss in prison overnight. But they were jailed for obscenity. I mean it wasn't just that Ustralia was he's pretty much of a whereas a country at the time but Interestingly though you as one of the critics right at the time of the tour which as you say was got that kind of offended critical services another predicted right. Though in response some people complained that the theater is not true to life. And then when a Judith Anderson comes along in a play which temperamentally artistically is so true who to life that it bites. Like an `Syd I how that the term much truth. There was some kind of critic ready to recognize. The object was mixed in Melbourne which is always known for its well apparently audiences were down to just a few dozen so it was. It made an impact world. She went back to America and things better for her again over there quickly. She started doing doing movies. Yeah Hollywood they leading roles of more interesting character raw interesting character will have first movie which many people would know about. It's called blood money which was made in nineteen thirty three. It was one of the last pre code movies and you familiar with the audio. This was the Hollywood code a Censorship Code that was put in place by the studios to make sure that movies didn't get too racy to succeed anything that what was considered incident deviant sexually at the time or too violent or glorify what they thought was criminal enter. Exactly exactly is run. A bit of this is before the code. Yes it was not in thirty three. which was the code came at the end of that year so it was still pretty racy than gays? Yes and it had all when it had lesbians and transsexuals and she. She herself was a very sultry. Not Club very very smart but absolutely gorgeous in the sort of beautiful dresses that she always wore. She went back onto onto the stage to do a production of hamlet with John Gielgud where he wasn't so so John Young very young very young. Joe This is nine hundred eighty six and she was playing. Queen Gertrude at the door did. She's sexualize did. I think you've probably seen the fighter fighting off that I've got quite a lot of head bosoms showing main main critics talked about it as a totally new and vivid reimagining of Queen Gertrude. She got married in nineteen thirty. Seven took that marriage How courtship and marriage hey was a professor of English at the the University of California Berkeley they met in nineteen twenty nine and the seemed to be a an immediate veit attraction between them but then the courtship was mainly carried on by later for a number of years he is in nineteen thirty seven? Something broke and she decided she would try married life so so with her. First I husband. He was based in northern California and she's primarily working in southern California interest in Hollywood and New York. How did they arrange that to dice spin she? She agreed that she would give up. But I don't know what he did this but she said that she would give up the stage and go and live in in Berkeley with him. Play the professor's wife lasted about six months that the enjoyment and then and she started to long for the stage again. The the whiff of grease paint. I think she talked about it as so at the end of that year. Yes she went back to New York hoping to put on a play that she'd always wanted to put on and that fell through but she you got this other play which was actually about Jesus says life called family portrait and she plays Mary Mother of God in it. And it's a brilliant success that performance which David Cells Knicks Finder in New New York sees and writes today at sales. Nick and says are you. must get this actress for Mrs Danvers. In Rebecca and by that time I'm the husband Spain left far behind and he doesn't seem willing to make any attempts to go along with with her career so they have very difficult falling out so she got up to the power in Rebecca. It seems like there's a lot riding on this film. This was David salesman. Sales next first film after Gone With the wind gant excess and so a lot was riding on which was going to be quite a brainy eh thriller psychological And so I suppose there was some uncertainty ever whether this would actually have the kind of massive box office so she was. She was up for that role. All is the key role as the as the we had obsessive housekeeper. Mrs Danvers was much competition for that competition. There's a file at the university. Let's see of Texas at Austin which goes through all of all of the people who were tried for that made it was really a very competitive situation. which she she went out on? Alfred Hitchcock was a very weird little. Dude how did she get on with each cook. She thought he was wonderful. One of the few in lots of the she was the right side of the movie in that she wasn't the one who was being tortured. The person who is torturing issues in late thirties then wasn't she almost in middle age and then says it's very often a woman of that age such a great part that allows you to be to chew the scenery red. Looks like she's enjoying. You know even even in that opening moment when Joan Fontaine means that meets coming out of the right suggests she stands. They were the heads fold. And there's a close up of her face is and you go like this. Wow it makes such a powerful BIZ and talking of those hands. One of the critics says had judith. Anderson just has to follow her hands and and you feel a sense of horror Haro haven't should. The role changed in being transposed from death. Need you more as book of Rebecca to the scream was bicker in the book. Different from the one and when Film Have Actually Never Read The Jumeirah. Although I mean there was an enormous seven bestseller at the time and so they wouldn't have taken a two hour from from the original because all of the fans would have hated that and sells neck was very concerned and about making it as close to the book as possible. Although I think hey fell out a bit with hitchcock for that because hitchcock of course had had his own ideas so I think that the sort of double nature of Mrs Mrs Dan Verse You know there's a surface and then there's all this dread and coldness underneath mystery. Mystery is partly because now hitchcock's try to make it a bit different from what sells nick wants it to be. This is conversations with Richard Fidler he more conversations anytime on the ABC LISTEN UP ABC dot dot Edu Slash conversations this expert famous Amos extraordinary scene. Where Mrs Dan Versus Showing Gentlemen Tyne around the bad all in all of Rebecca the wife Wolford thing fish icing and this incredible moment where she shows her Rebecca's underwear drawer yes Keep it on the way on this made specially for the nuns come loose in You've seen wow she. She stroking the negligence is dead. Woman's stroking the goal parts underneath how transparent it was but what I love is when she rubs the for Eh Joan Fontaine carried. It doesn't even have a name in the mood. I didn't realize that. And she's never actually nine so she has no agency and Berl Joan Fontaine contain pretty much has to spend half the movie cringing very good. I wonder if you get a sense. The Joan Fontaine was like the woman John Fontaine not the carries but the woman is so was creeped out by those months. When Judith Anderson is looming over her rubbing her and her face vice holding up on the way like she's kind of leaned over and taking up all of her personal spies is and I think that hitchcock is probably just behind Hind Anderson Sang? Rub It in rub it rub it in and that I mean I think Joan Fontaine performances wonderful in the movie As that cringing second wife but I think that lots of his success was because she was reacting to dude it. The census notice the intense lesbian sexuality of that moment win. Mrs Dan versus stroking Rebecca's like that. Did they pick it up. They they did. I mean this is when I think sales nick must've passed a money under the counter or something because they did originally right to him him and say we don't want any evidence of publicity or some some words like that well and yet the evidence they through the whole film critic Kinky But of course it afterwards the scene was held up as this incredible moment of lesbian intensity in in in in the that somehow slipped past the censors allowed I went to. We went up on the screen in any case on on the final print. And of course I suppose the question is the way that the reason was. Did you this female lows in her afterlife. Should I say she has become a lesbian icon. But I couldn't find any evidence silence of any lesbian relationships but of course it's it's impossible to know. She had two marriages in many flirtations but they weren't happy remarriages. She had lots of Guy Friends at mile and female. But then so do I. So so who knows my who should input into a bed at one time. Earn exactly yeah. It should have made her a big star. She was nominated for an academy award but I think she was pipped at the post by the year of of raw author of everything I mean. Grapes of Wrath is an amazing film but But people people remember Rebecca in that it should have made her a really big movie star but but it didn't did it She immediately signed up with MGM. Who didn't seem to have a clue what to do with that? And I put her in really stupid. Sort sort of more Mrs Danvers. Ruled without the menace Mrs. Dan Surface Not Mrs Dan of the underneath. She was in a gangster movie called Lady. scarface coffees where she works. CARRIES A gun edgar. We'd Gash across it. She was kind of Gothic characters. AUSE and she she got sick of this after a few years and got out of her. MGM At a contract. And after that she justice justice enough character roles to allow her to continue with it. You don't learn and a lot of money in the theater. Usually unless she did make a lot of money with media says she just did a few role every nanny but she did some very interesting ones she went back to Broadway and went back onto the stage and she got on the cover of Time magazine said with two other actresses including Ruth Gordon who ended up in Rosemary's baby down the tracks and all that but the younger Ruth Gordon for the production of Chekhov's three sisters. That really shows you something about how how Har- God she is. I okay now with the three great actresses of the time that was Katharine Cornell and Gordon and you and the great thing about this play was that it had these it was all star it had these three great actresses in it so she seemed to have this ability to appear in reasonably what by America Standards High Brow dramas the could nonetheless attract mass audiences magnetism and so did those three women. I don't know whether you've ever seen anything by Ruth. Gordon winches younger. I mean we all know her as Harold and Maude when she started her career started in about nineteen twelve as a sort of child actress and she was just gorgeous gorgeous in a Abudazi y about such fun and personality so she and and Katharine Cornell was the Great Right First Lady of the American stage at that time and she could do anything and audiences loved her so it was three great magnetic actresses so she got married a second time to a man named Luther grain. That didn't last long today. What she make those marriages at the she? uh-huh she'd been married twice very short but they were much too long so then she goes into her or other great role after lady Macbeth which had gotten such intensely positive reviews and that's a production. She'd always wanted to. which is the the ancient Medina? It's a great place which was stayed staged again with John Gielgud. How fraught was production with with her thought that she had been determined to put on Medea Since about nineteen twenty nine and it was eventually put on non in forty seven and she was determined that it was going to be in a adaptation by a friend. The poet Robinson Jeffers who is an an enormous success at that time. It's a Ralway. She plays the Queen Lane who eventually murdered her husband and her children off intense wrong. Yeah so how much of a success did she make that role frison. Norma success now you asked me before about whether the relationship between Gale Gordon and Judith was fraud at all Judy I didn't have what she said. I haven't got a serene temperament and I think that that was putting it mildly. She got very angry with Gilgit. It was also the director of the play. She'd had this idea in her mind of how this play was going to be put on for twenty years and she. She hated some of the things that he wanted to do. especially the costumes. They had an enormous falling out over the costumes. Here's more traditional. Wasn't she wanted to do something kind of wild. Yeah yeah well I got some audio here of her performing in the tation are Rav Medea just so we know Cincinnati okay voice as media thing to be a woman. A woman is weak for warfare. She must use coming men. Both stare bathrooms. I tell you this we know it. It is easy to stand Babel three times in the front line in a stabbing fury and there wasn't child the woman they say can do no good but a child. Maybe so I can do evil. Wow It's pretty I. It is suppose that was the start at the time that you before you had amplify the voices on stage and you could you needed to be more declamatory walk that yes but I think that she was more declamatory than most and in fact when she did media in Europe the British which critics hated it they called it armpit rhetoric arbitrary. She was but the Americans loved it. I mean I like things that are over the top so she came back to Australia for wall in the mid fifty s mid nineteen fifties fifties. Did you get a better reception this time. Yes no I meant. She came back with Medina and it was to open the Australian Elizabeth and theatre trust but timing is always wrong as far as the straight is concerned. I mean what what is revealed to the world at the end of nineteen fifty five five summer of the Seventeenth Dole Rot a beautiful native straighten action invoices. That seems has all. The power of revelation is a strain voices to Australian audiences. That's when she chooses to come back as that head till was successful enough and when she always liked being now just by the elite now I think this goes back to that childhood where her father desserts or animal. History ran a shop and she just loves coming back to Australia as a celebrity. And you know she. She dines with the Governor General the Casey's were she became a great friend of Casey's and plus she had very good audience as people. Main people enjoyed it but it wasn't. It's never remembered in this whole thing. Being remembered its remembered. These days says this very unsuitable choice for the the Australian Elizabeth Lia trust in that it should have been something like ax summer of the seventeenth. So she can't win she and she was given a damehood around this time. Gurin calling time Judith. How did that go? With Americans Ricans such would-be mused may knew that this was something wonderful and but they didn't know how to address her. That CEO Dame Anderson or they didn't know what to do about it and she was very proud of it but she didn't push Russia too much in America that someone I think an American journalist asked who wants If being made a dime had changed her at all and she said how did I seem to wear gloves more but actually she was just thrilled to have that not in sixty nine. The this is this. This is wild nine hundred sixty nine. She seventy two years old is and this is the moment she wants to do. Hamlet it's not as good Trud but hamlet hamlet's himself on stage now. This is a bold move seventy two years old and she's planning a young Prince Mile Prince of Denmark. What happens only yes and no like so many things in her life and lots of pices she she was she was made final and I think one critic said his mother plays Hamlet? Lots of people misunderstood. What she she was trying to do and she? It was produced by a producer based in San Francisco who who is trying to do Shakespeare in several different ways. And so this was this was one that focused purely on the voice and South Espouse to be just about this beautiful voice speaking these beautiful line though. What will you take a big risk? It's great to take risks that come off. That's no longer kill today but just to talk about some of the other ways that it was received. I was lucky enough to find a number of letters Various things she did a tour of universities and colleges colleges in this and I got some lovely accounts where no student has just been walking by wherever she's Performing and they hear this voice and they go in and I think Oh this is GonNa be strange and then they just carried away by the beauty of the voice and they're vetere funding lost us to make money. She went back to. She went back to the screen and embiid in Star Trek. Threes Vulcan High Priestess is. Wow the point years and in Santa Barbara the TV so appreciate she actually lived in Santa Barbara itself appearing in the two characters. Nine love this was minx. Lockridge MINX lockridge. The matriarch did she. Did she humiliating when she was a bit of laugh No Sarah Bernhardt would have done it. Why wouldn't dog so she died in? She was in her ninety day. It's time and she became this guy on after her death. She's remembering that movie. That parliamentary the celluloid closet. Which shows all those kind of great moments of both of our tissues gayness that's throughout Hollywood the last century or so did she? She wear this that this was the fact that she was going to be faded. As a kind of a gay icon lesbian icon down on the trek old started before she died. But it's hard to know how much notice she talked or hammered. She knew or what the state of her I think. I think she wasn't memory. Probably wasn't too good. By the time she was in ninety s and she was interviewed interviewed by one of those terrible. Hollywood gossip people Who was going around? WHO's writing a book about people who were supposed supposed to be gay? And he interviewed her. I don't know why she would've except she probably didn't know what he was trying to do. Ed Hey sort of asks her point blank at some stage. And she descends on him with Roth Roth as I only Judith Anderson could saying I want to be identified with anyone. I'm I've been my own self ever since I was a little girl and I'm not going to have any bad Jews put on me so didn't doesn't tell us any more about whether she was she wasn't but she wasn't going to be labelled as she was heroin woman she was. Greg speak with you definitely thank you so much. Thank you very much. Richard Spin Marvelous. You've been listening to a podcast of conversations with Richard Fidler for more conversations interviews. Please go to the website. 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354: No Such Thing as Worrying About What Might Happen
"Hi everyone welcome at the end of twenty twenty all my days. We made it. It's the end of the year and the star of what hopefully will be an amazing twenty twenty one for all of you guys. What if we got for you. Well we have our annual clip show. It's massive it's one and a half hours of all the didn't quite fit in the edits of dishes. No such things fish. I really hope you like it. These are always my favorite episode because they go from one thing to another to another. You'd never know what you're gonna get but you do know that they'll always be something interesting or something a bit silly okay. Well what else is there to say. I suppose Book for new should ask is still available in all shops. If you've got book tokens do people still get tokens. Well anyway. it's it's in the shops. Funny you should ask by the qa elves and also next year we hope will be a big year of tarring for us as soon as the venues open. We will be back out there to do. I think meal you guys so keep an eye on no such thing as a fish dot com any details about that and i believe is one show that is currently on sale the will be inland and in the spring. So get tickets for that. Get up enjoyed the show. I'm we'll see you on the other side. Happy new year with. Podcast chris question. The date is wednesday the thirty first of december. All you in the last week of the year yes yes. Dot is incorrect. You're in the first. We can see so we will have to in both know because you can't be in both it's wednesday the thirty first of december. You're in the low the weeks different. Isn't it because it's heavy set on the other side of the week in days. If scale it would way over to the the new year week on that don's describing besse will be national organization for standardization describes end of how d- refer two weeks so across the world. We have to have the same definition of week one week two week. Three of a year. We i say about the on this on monday. And we've got to have the same week. So trading and business internationally globally works so there's an international body that decides what we want is and the definition of week. One of the is the week with the year's first thursday in it so the first of january is thursday then week one actually starts on the twenty nine th of december. Which is that monday right. So we want is that so if the thirty first of december is on a wednesday then you're actually wait one of the next year because that's beginning two days before the year ends. I'm sorry it's absolutely. no one. does things in week. Saturday do in other always has a new year's party on sunday. The twenty eight as an outstanding banging may may and my attendance Sorry you guys have been able to make it. Just very quickly. What number archbishop of paris direction andrei von. Twat is the current twenty-second as far as i can tell he's the thirtieth that's his actual name on-driven qua- he. He was born with the surname. Twenty three and the best guess is that it was because and sort of ancestor of his was found and adopted and they were found on the twenty third of the month and so they were given that surname. Yes so. But as far as i can tell the thirtieth as there's a lot of breaks in there archbishops over the years so they might be a few that in that. Hey what's auspicious event was favorite band. I don't know on the what is a bishop on everyone. Artful sixty five and it's because they have a french name and that a number really. What will now i do. Yeah he's french and he has his name. Favorite punk band is not today. It's blinkhorn eighty two. And that's because french people blinks like the rest of us and there's a there's a number of following that i think we should move this on i get out of favor by dallas the twenty one because he's called twenty three and it's just another dump. Yes very interesting. You propose it to the original. Nineteen you're going to have. Yeah rule of dell's allen's numbered. Oh mate yes yeah. Nineteen at the age. She was when after not the anymore. They've become untethered from her age per call. Damn i thought i was thinking should call released twenty three albums. You'll there's an indian luger Cooled shiva keshavan and he has been a true victim of the indian government's low prioritizing of various lyrics. Sports he you. You can't understand why the indian government is lose the himalayas. Think about the front. I was just thinking that sean connery would be a good louche manager like coach. Because he'd be like you're a loser you're losing all the ages respect for sheva keshavan. So he had to train on wheels Not proper because that's nice isn't it. He had to make ca- sled with wheels on just train. On busy roads going downhill in the himalayas and he had footage of him dodging a herd of goats which is in the middle of the road frantically around you know Old mcdonald had a fab. Well the earliest version we have was actually old mcdougal far and there's even earlier version which is not about a farm but it's old missouri had mule he. Hi hi ho. And every country around the world has its own version of old macdonald. And they're all kapadia of course so in. Turkish is alibaba has a farm go in swedish. It's also has a farm in serbian. It's spark co you throw yet. Yard or garden is mousse. Na da one day gives the strength to human organism completely rather than every other country in the world. It's about someone having a farm eggs when planes are actually just coming into land as normal procedure. The way it works is that they have to get ready miles before they even see where the airport is. They go to get certain high. And then there's a couple of things that they have to either see the have on the runway or the lights that they can see coming from it to know that there are the right high and it's actually the computer on board the airline that makes them make a snap decision about whether or not they were able to land or if the wrong bit so as they're getting ready to that moment the computer will just yell out in the cockpit decide she goes outside and got just. We're doing it or they had to pull out quiz show time to oh amazing to they get warning. Is there a sort of gonna have to have to hurry you up because you're going to have to and then if i go to goes ooh interesting decision we'll come back after the break and there is a problem with being in the center of america. Someone found out. Those is massive problem that was generated a for someone who lives quite near the center of the us in facts and this is with a company called max mind read about this story about ip addresses so weird. Basically max mind. Is this company about so just over. Ten years ago started calculating the location of loads of ip addresses. So you know with your computer. You've gotten here address. Maximilian figured out whereabouts. They all were geographically. And then it could sell the information to companies like google and facebook. Not for the people but often when you're trying to work out addresses you can't get exact and sometimes it'll just say this is somewhere in america somewhere in the us. And so for all of those max mine. Just default assumed that they were in the middle so they got the coordinates of roughly the middle of america and said okay all the ip addresses that we can't quite place they just are here and it turns out. Here is rural farmhouse belonging to someone called. Joyce taylor who now has six hundred million. Ip address house. It's a complete disaster because basically if there's a troll online or if there's someone who's hacked your company or if there's someone doing criminal activity online the police are tracking them down. They chased up their ip address and they constantly find as at joy's taylor's farmhouse just inundated with kind of abuse and people writing threatening letters and had no idea why for about eight years. Why am i being down. We definitely discounting the fact that joyce is like a massive cyber criminal criminal mastermind an eighty two year. Old criminal mastermind. It's possible johnny homepod which apparently the verne scholars referred to the novel as around the world in eighty days and the play around the world in eighteen days. Bus with abc. The digits about how you can tell the difference. Get that from what you were reading out. I still the facial floor in transferring this visual thing in front of to the media really. You're going say around. The both not place was a guy. Yeah people clan you know crops is if you catch one is they're always a string guitar with the cia. They collected a load of jokes in the soviet union in the eighties. That was one of the things they did and that got declassified quite recently when quite shall why they did it but it might have been a way to kind of gauge. What people were thinking the soviet or maybe a way of undermining the government's stuff so they faust like there are two men waiting in line to buy book. The first man says i've had enough safe my place. I'm going to shoot gorbachev two hours later. He returns to claim his place in the line. His friend said did you get him on the mound replies. No the light. That was even longer than the line. Here does a good joke. It's not among goes into a shop among those to shop and says you don't have any meat the no replies a sales lady we don't have any fish is star crossed the street. That doesn't have any meat again. That's good it. Works pretty good. Yeah planning distributing. The book of country looks like my favorite person to have an olympic career career. And then a follow up is gonna Ross rabidly he was. I wasn't ever to win gold at the winter olympics in snowboarding which was in one thousand nine hundred eighty s and it was really sod him because he won gold and then he was drug tested and they found cannabis in his system and so he was immediately gold rescinded he was put in jail for maybe importing into the olympics were and then within about seventy two hours then gave the gold medal back because they went actually cannabis is not on our list of bound substances as it wasn't back then but he insisted the it was from secondhand smoke You know he hadn't smoked weed for almost a year and it was nothing to do with him. He was furious bus. He has now gone on to found a company called legacy browns. Cbd countless consumables company has a series of different strains of weed named off to him his job now insists he wasn't stone then stoned all the time. I guess you can never guess what's going to happen. The the nineteen eighty-four olympics promotion by mcdonald's about You could get a free ice off the menu every time the team gets on the patio. What you got big mac for goals. I mean fries. They didn't expect the soviet union to drop out of the olympics. The american national anthem was playing all the time. And even the shortage of hamburger buns. People say many. You've got to be careful what you what you offer up. I think any olympics saying that about like cool. You're right you wanna make it team togo. Just be super cautious. I think the danish basketball team. I think he got quite nation. Specific jamaica winter olympics don't burgers but otherwise you say one more thing just that you can buy so. I think you were talking about. How audio stuff can also maybe trigger wit hallucinations or change your brain makeup and actually they have now invented headphones which i think on the market now the coming onto the market soon which send electrical impulses into your brain and they cools it to release more dopamine and serotonin old saito happiness hormones essentially and they're could i think nicole navona headphones so they stimulate the vagus nerve in your brain apparently which then releases all those nearish misses and they'll do it in time to the beat of the music or listening to so you could even be listening to the verve or something bought a oh unnecessary. I loved the phone beep. I heard that they've tried that but the drugs don't work so was wasn't there a big clash in east berlin updating the traffic light men because the yeah the east had particular traffic light manner called ample mention. I think which is literally means exactly that traffic batman and one of the things that was proposed as replacing all of them and people in east berlin particularly said. No we really really like these particular traffic. Sort of a very recognizable. Very connick about this half of the city and so those. I think we'll rolled out and in fact this is not useful for anyone but we have one ajayi just here okay. Let's see it. Can we say okay. Yeah hits it so. This is a little ten of thi this. yeah you recognize. Stop in the ghost. His the goldman looks a bit like an old monopoly. Mankind thing is that w we will see lots of these right. Caesar these are in berlin was a big thing about it now on the traffic lights as the noticeable thing exactly seattle and you life. I mean they're even as box there. They were kept. That's the sort of the point. Yeah recall him. Multiple jaunty I just not sure that show and tell is ever going to work as a podcast but it works when you had your old tight. So maybe the american dairy association has page on its website called famous cows of the world. And it's a good read their whole bunch of cows on that but my favorite was elm farm ollie. Do you guys know about own family. Well neither did i. But it was the first count of fly and also the for when i say fly big. I clown to ride in an airplane down cloud if the cloud cow must have massive shoes. Shoes lost it. It was the first cow. Take a flight. And it was the first county milk midflight. This was in missouri in one thousand nine hundred fifty and you know all these things have some kind of spurious scientific justification and so the justification for this when they paid huge amounts of money. Take up was they wanted to observe the mid and high altitude effects on animals and flight of their milking and milk and it turns out. it didn't make a difference to the milk but there was a former called bunce else with bunsen milked. Her who then also became the first person to milk a cow medflight so huge sequence of first elm farm ollie. Yeah it's good to be the one who's milking alpha volley if you if you ask you to smell a flower it's always gonna be milk squirts out of it amounts okay. Do you want to try a punchline. You cried the master is has one key shutdown now. Yeah no new management. A few years ago. I've definitely had in the last year. I can guarantee that. Don't do that kind of roots. They don't do the route service All their tripadvisor reviews went downhill slightly. After they stopped being rude to the custody of the experience like three stars was really nice to me gave me my meal. It was amazed. I went there once and we sat down on the table. It was me and three of the people that halfway through the main literally halfway through the but we leave this table now. You need to go upstairs. Thank took a major a much smaller table upstairs. All of the people at our table. While i had to build they would tell davis who is People will not be as kin. Gary and a few other tv shows and we went there and they put us on a big round table. Whether it was an entire family says we had the old grandmother sitting in between us. We weren't even next to each other. It was wonderful great days. anyway podcasts. The book hi. Everybody just want to let you know that this week we are sponsored by express. Vpn that's right to express a vpn. Is the app that reroute through internet connection at through secure service so that your your internet service provider. If you will not see the sites you visit. That is right. It's a very useful tool to have a particularly if you want to make yourself seem like your coming from valu although you up to do for fun it's a fun thing to do. I've done it and it's funny to say and do. It's very easy to switch on run. Seamlessly in the background is very easy to use you one button and you'll protected and is constantly see. 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So for instance in with park neighbor are used as one that was in memory of wind to devonish fibs and it said like to have everything just so and then the puck is lopsided angle and those another one which was a memory barbara devonish whose wish was to have a bench plaque inscribed with her last words unfortunately her last words were and then as a series of extractives asterisk. Currently scientists are trying to find out who killed the dodo with the cd's gonna there was dodo though. That's true yes no that's true. What do you mean you mean like a specific one or is that i do mean a specific one. There's a dodo oxford's museum of natural history. And it's it's a celebrity dodo actually although these older as celebrities but this is the one that lewis carroll may have seen when he was writing alice in wonderland and it might have been spied. The dodo in that but scientists thought that it had been killed Some some way or that it had died of natural causes actually thought through on a bump virus of i thought they destroyed it skull. They put this cd's cana and they found it didn't have natural causes. It was shot in the head with a shotgun so that is the opposite of natural causes on what they're trying to do now. They've got a little bit of the lead that kind of impacted with the back of the skull and they're trying to find out what country the lead from those shotgun pellets was minded. And then they're going to try and find out where the shot was made for lead and basically they're on the longest cold case ever where they're trying to find out four hundred who pulled the trigger to grayson. Yeah exactly. They're going to get outcome. The fourth of march fifteen ninety six. I was just looking into the conquests of iceland the country. I didn't know this beer was banned there until one thousand nine hundred nine really was banned in one thousand nine hundred fifteen they had a referendum and they decided to ban beer and then in hundred twenty one. They had to change it a bit. They legalized one. Because spain threatened to stop buying iceland's fish if iceland kept refusing to import spanish winds but has one and then they they allowed very very weak beer but they didn't allow normal strength beer and backfired badly because people just started putting vodka into their incredibly weak beer and making a kind of horrible beer and vodka. Cocktail are some of that. Some of the spirits that you get an iceland unbelievable. I went to a restaurant that specializes in slightly stuff. Quickey food and i did the fermented shock. And it comes in a jaw seal. Kill nigel with rubber thing and a very very strong blast snap set in which is a very strong Pure alcohol and i said to the guy didn't order the schnaps. He said you'll and do you. Because for the sake of diamonds you have to open the joe really quickly and grab little spoonful of this stuff to stick in your mouth and closed because it's smells so terrible and the taste was the most disgusting thing i've the back of my throat and i am. I did take take the schnaps as a shot. I drank it set quickly. It anything to make the taste of the relented shop go round and said that the mazing thing is it smells awful but the taste is smells. Hey one bit royal etiquette. Which i think is Upheld in the royal family as opposed to being held the tabloid press is easing at the guts. Which is that. It doesn't make sense to. The queen is so i you would have gleaned i deny and then when she stops using radio space to stop easing as well and this is existed for a few hundred years and it was really difficult with queen victoria because this was the practice then as well but queen victoria thing about her was. She was incredibly greedy. She used the extremely fast like her advises us to stop eating so far. She got terrible indigestion. She could eat seven courses in half an hour faraday and she was always fussed and so he was applause by the time they got that blades. They were of immediately whipped away from them again because queen victoria didn't hail to i. 'cause got been quiet law times and will not let a play go if edie food left on it. Nobody who's plagues us the queen. 'cause i did it once and i've been banned from dining with the queen city. Desperately wanna lick. Everyone's way. I had a quick look at some things that you could sense prison for finland. Yeah in two thousand fifteen. The police asked the members of the public that if they saw a pizza though it was on sale for under six euros to inform the police the way that they saw is it's impossible to run a business where you sell pizzas for less than six year olds is just. The ingredients is completely impossible so people that do not means that they can't be paying the tax on the pizza which means that they must be tax avoiders And so they asked literally as people said. Assume if you see any pizza south underneath that price send us. They menu will arrest. The guy's got so funny. That is a bug a price for a whole pizza. It is in the shop in. The shop is kind of normal price for pizza. And that's a very very social peace really isn't it y- pizzas around the corner that you can take away delicious for five or and i'm not wondering if it's my responsibility to be full then just tell the police in finland because obviously the taxes in finland the a bit higher than they are in the uk so pry. It's laura a seven pound thing. I feel bad. If you got the whole staff and structure of the co op center. Finish prison what are you. What are you also selling the streets as the pizza week on ebay and look at what the most expensive items currently on ebay are that you can buy that related to lincoln. Did you find the whole yes sir. Good sunday compare from halsey road in the eighteen sixty election cooled old bulb and old attended his funeral and for just one thousand two hundred fifty dollars. You can buy ahead of this whole actually one single. Have if you open the envelope that could just fall onto the carpet and you've lost it. You're maffeo so and you don't have the resources to put a whole whole since handled someone's pillow. I think you know as a middle aged man who's losing his hat. It just shouldn't be letting it go down the drain. I should be saving this case. Become president like the president's. Also something i don't show me the next set of up. Just one last thing about sort of ingenious ways of catching poachers people who are trying to illegally. Catch all these fish during the early eighties. About nine thousand nine hundred eight. There was a guy who worked for the california fish and wildlife service and his name was terry gross and he was sort of sick of the fact that would poachers. That would go in the early morning to catch oldest salmon when that was highly legal. So you usually have to stop half an hour after sunset and they would drive out at two or three in the morning and they would get away with it because the tracks were leading to all of these lakes were monitored by other poachers or if they saw a truck come down that they knew is one of the wardens they would say quickly the boat in get out of there so they had plenty of warning he had no idea what to do but then he came up with this idea of putting on a wet suit getting into the water before the day ended and waiting patiently and what he would do is while they were fishing. Salmon would loosen the glove of his wetsuit and as they were fishing it would hook onto his glove and he would slowly splash around and they would starts going. Oh my god to massive salmon. Go harder and harder to the biggest we've ever got that got this on recording these words and it's slowly come in and they would get to him and as they go right up to him he would say good morning. Gentlemen state fish and game warden. You're under arrest. He would pull out of his wetsuit. A citation book and you would give them and then he would go back in and try and catch more. People and glass npr. This american lives looked into it and they found that there were plenty of these people that used to do this. Sit there for hours and get caught by. Yeah but did they do. They have the heads underwater well. They will wikileaks. Glove both looser. No because it was so dark so they would sit above and yeah but thought brilliant. This guy's an amazing guy. That's real commitment to the job. I'm enough. I'd say freezing cold water for a full day an opponent to catch a pager. I added by once an elderly neighbor. Who and sleep in his car to try and catch coffees. Waddling keys out the window. Just thinking that this guy who's pretending to be a fish basically. He's looking that they're not catching them with dynamite. As they talk about actually the as in the example interview they heard somebody get the net net and then another voice goes getting the net. Heck get the gun. So one thing about Olympia who have other jobs. You know the bryan brothers. The tennis the tennis goes the tennis. Yeah we have loved the bryan brothers. So sort of best doubles partnership of a fulltime. They've won a billion olympic medals and they have a second. I don't know if i can go jobs. That are and how much profit they make from it but they also a band. They have the bryan brothers band and so plays. The keyboard and mike is on tall drums but he's not on the drums when the drummer of the counting. Crows joins them which he does sometimes so like legit band and i mentioned it because everyone has to look up the two thousand and nine song autograph which i'd forgotten about. Is it features. Cameos from andy marino. Jovovich i'm telling you. I wish to god it was andy murray here because that would have been less. They make on the murray the tennis player. It's about what a horrible george. Signing autographs after matches and andy marysville rap section in the middle includes the lyrics during wimbledon. It gets really crazy my hand. Crump's up on my mind gets hazy and the community people to imagine the rest. I've never was the should never ever be together and other fun thing about goes crops. The very house proud for only when they are sexually mature which may be is the same humans so when males are not sexually mature. And if you get female house crops they burrow into the sand and they leave these tiny little holes in sand the smaller than a tiny coin but they can go four or five feet down which was kind of cool. I mean they burrow into the sand and they just through the anywhere the sound that they've used bar they just chuck it all over the beach but soon as they hit sexual maturity they suddenly sculpt the signed into a perfect pyramid and this sort of advertise themselves to ladies. We think so. Women can look across a beach and she'll spot the sexually mature men by the perfect pyramid. The next to the end. And you'll see you'll see the entrance and then it'll crabby footsteps footprints going to the pyramids. Do you think that if a goes crop goes to egypt they look over and they go fucking. There is a very attractive. It almost goes over the very intimidating trip very intimidating stock do for those males so you can find out a lot of things from c. T. scans of mummies they try to scan at a gym. Priest called nas yamoun And they scan his throats and his vocal chords on. They could find out what his voice was like. So they did the his vocal chords. They created a three d. printed vocal tract. And then they kind of fired add down on they could work out exactly what he sounded like On it's basically people on the internet thing. He sounded a bit light. Brittany spears odi of i thought he just went. He goes like mia like that. Museum mia mia your mermaid. Type those basically The the sound did the rounds on social media and a lot of britney spears violence. Were very excited about it. I'm serious from two thousand years ago. Well the interesting thing is like nesta moon would have. He was a priest so he would have done the love singing and chanting in the temples. So basically if you went back to ancient egypt and you walk pasta tadpole. It would sound like someone singing baby while i wouldn't address schoolgirl though seems implausible might've been probably a lot less chess players on line than we actually think there are because they create fake accounts and they build them up enough to be sort of well played chess players with high rankings and then they play themselves and defeat that person so it sort of creating bogus accounts in order to defeat them. Just one guy. Have you heard of sandbagging. that's another thing. Yeah this is where you play deliberately badly to qualify for a tournament. That is actually bit beneath you. And then you when you take the brakes off and you thump. That happens in gulf as well people like you. You played badly for ages until you handicapped gets way worse and then eventually you go write. Today's the day that i'm going to try and win. The tournament extremely looked down upon. I think they have actual measures in place now on the chest side to stop that so i think average. Yeah i think it's if you ever achieved certain high scores. They look and go well. There's no way that you can now suck that much because you got to this level and if you if you won a certain amount of cash prize like a high cash prize will. How did you get to that. You must be good. You must be sandbagging us in order to to do that. So very embarrassing. If not sandbagging really young. Lucky one time. I think they had to change the rules. They'll tighten them a few years ago because there was a middle school so by twelve year olds to do this in texas. It's called henderson middle school and they entered the competition where you had to have a ranking on nine hundred and then they absolutely smashed it. They were investigated and it turned out. They lost all of their previous twenty eight matches On they're really good and someone worked out the chances of having lost the mall thing as good as they were and it was one in six billion that they could have lost twenty eight which is like if that been them playing chess since the start of the universe and everywhere in the universe. It's still wouldn't have happened probably so they were disqualified but twelve year olds. Come on. i think it's not impossible but some people get a really good position on chess dot com. Because they're only playing people who deliberately losing an old back so they think they're incredible. They win a big cash prize. And then the next time they play their deficiencies revealed get banned for because companies. They were the ones doing it. Especially other people down Sort of scavenging and hunting around the the lost rivers are the type. It's tiber burn. Is that the pronunciation angling society. Yes the tiber in angling society. Just wonderful they. They made up on a year to report on the fish they found. It's always zero. So it's not the great angling society but they are obsessed with the idea of daylight sifting. Which is the idea of bringing these hidden rivers back to the surface through destruction of stuff until of bringing the tiber back to being what it wants. Gloriously was and it's an extraordinary thing that they put together in around two thousand where they put a full report to show how they would do it. Where would go. It would demolish about one billion pounds worth of real estate. Fortunately telling it's only buckingham palace that needs to go. That's part of their plan. They wanna get rid of it. I've one thing about who. Houdini habits at home. When houdini and his wife had an argument he would leave. He'll walk around the block and then he come back and he would open the door of the room where his wife was and throw his hat into the room right. If it was thrown out again she was still angry. And i guess do it again and if remained in the room she she resolve it. What if the argument was about him leaving his clothes hanging around the arguments have my house. So i read a paper cold Not a mongoose in indian culture By derek lodwrick I'm not sure that's how you pronounce his name. But i'll look it up afterwards. And i found the oldest known story about long pieces on. Its from three thousand years ago. There's a king who is having a feast and amongst walks in and half of his body is made out of gold and he comes in and he rolls in all the food of the feast. And the king's like. What the hell are you doing. Oh well i once rolled in the food of a brahmin Like a really holy hindu guy And the problem was so holy that he turned when he rolled in his food. He turned half into gold on. This mongoose is going around looking for another holy person. So he can turn his whole by the gold. You want your whole but turned into gold. I'm pretty sure. King midas told us that name come across each other turn into gold city. Yeah no no. He didn't get a goldfinger recessions. Goldline regretted because he could needle wait a minute what happened. He regretted it. Because you couldn't well partly because he if he touched another person we love. They turn into gold. And that's based on the fact that people don't want to be turned into gold. While husbandry with king midas touch himself. Do we know in is in. The story are they. Just do that. James clean time. There was something about finland that was actually the original article. I read and is about a new amazing. I didn't know. And i remember how the journalist louis segue into it. But i'm just going to segue into it by saying she also mentioned thought finland's only monarch the owner ever had is german guy who never visited finland. They this is nine hundred seventeen. They go independent from russia and they started off thinking we want a king everyone else go or crane Everyone else has got one west. We refined one. We don't have the royal family here in finland because we brand new. And so they picked this guy Frederick shawls of hess and he was a german prince. They designed crown for him. Which i think you can still see on display somewhere in finland and then before even had a chance to enter the country. They change their mind a few months on the does it advocate from overseas as he. Yeah yeah those those days when there were all those new countries being formed and if you were pa minor noble in anywhere in europe whenever there was a new country. You must have been there with your fingers crossed. Maybe i'm going to be sitting in the waiting room with all the other potential monarchs getting into their interviews foster's from schleswig holstein doesn't get it. He's coming out looking really as the practical the waving section of the his quick fingers on juries there is a forger fajjar called l. mir the horry burien In the united states and he did fall. Juries of loads of people picasso matisse and he did loads of forgeries of medically liani. Okay i needed so many madani that these days. It's impossible to compile a catalogue of but the these work because we don't know what is real and what is a forgery by this guy to horry and the reason i bring it up is because he has a collection of all of his forgeries by guy. Call mark foggy. He's extremely fast in. Tonight's well you guys come across freddie and truce over stephen know who they should i not. He's not at the hotel here. They talk the dutch resistance and they were fourteen and sixteen years old respectively and they were killers cold blooded killers and they called that kills liquidations terrifying apparently the fourteen year old actually looked about twelve so it was quite easy for them to get away with killing because no one expected to be killed by twelve year old girl and the way they did it was they had various methods but they cycled around quite a lot. So i guess thing was a thing for resistance ladies and they would ambush Collaborators so they'd be onto the top pistols in their bank boss kits and they'd ambush them all they do a drive by so freddie would be riding. The bike and truce would be on the back and psycho collaborators and just shoot them up and see ride bottled on set. What was the liquidation that or was that just a fancy it would just shoot them. As opposed there was no nelson have like a vat of acid in the cellar. They drag nazi. Party's gonna get back what you didn't melt them down. We just did a drive by and shot them. You got them down. Look into it enough. There are a few sort of modern loopholes for companies in britain. That don't have a liquor license. And i was reading about one place. Which was there was a new craft distillery in yorkshire that was being set up in a disused train station so they've done it up and it was It was to be virginia. I believe and it's called tackling megan distilleries and by the time they were about to launch all the paperwork and been done yet for their license but they had this big party that they wanted to promote Their drinks so what they had to do was they looked and found a loophole. Which is if you're on a moving train. You don't need a liquor licence so all trains that you buy alcohol on. They don't need a license. A moving train is exempt from it and the fact that they were in a train station and they had a parked train. There they go all the guests onto the train and they took on a two and a half hour ride Just to one. That just went one way turned turned around. Just throw back again today. A two and a half hour masterclass once it was in motion and that that allowed them blue poll of of having a party. Still if you had a ball which had a miniature train on the counter so it sort of came to chewing along with your drink. Does that count. Then you wouldn't to liberalize maybe you have to be on the train so if you went to like. What's that sushi place which has got the sushi. Got right you sit on the conveyor. Don't send them onto the colored plates. I was looking otherwise. The museums need to preserve. That ulta bax at one is from a serious problem. It's a really difficult choice museums because the main way to get rid of Sprinkler systems but his if you sprinkle a whole gallery that you soda for the paintings that way but so a lot of museums kind of don't do it and that was a serious problem in brazil. You might remember a couple of years ago when the main museum in brazil destroyed ninety percent of it's collection because of a fire and they just didn't have the adequate protection but there is one place the getty museum in l. a. with how such cool fireproof systems. So they have like they had the big wildfires last year and they were pretty much licking out. The size of the museum and the curators were completely chilled out about it. Because it's so well protected. So it's full. Of like rembrandt moneys but they first of all they have a system where the oxygen can get sucks out of the rooms so the soon as a fine go in there it wouldn't be able to breathe and so it just immediately go out so it's like an anti ventilation system and then they also have around. The museum million gallon water tank and so soon as a pious dots. Coming place they start. Releasing wolfson's the growl all our allies. You like a moat as great as fight is advising the wildfires used. The museum is like arrests stereo advantage. Point to look around at the of la and Well i guess. I guess the arts okay. Wow where any plasma. That's as early clever We'll speak in of water those the museum in spain. Which is the museum of archaeology which called aqua They've had a real problem with leaks this year. Now hang on others They get all this stuff is stuff that's been found on the wall to like statues which is sung call with shipwrecks or eddie come from the bottom of the ocean. A have hundreds of thousands of things but they also have Leaks in the basements of causing problems with the wall. And they're really worried about it and they were all of the things which have been divorced for thousands hundreds. Have you heard of At nuclear trains a twitter account. Now this is really cool and so. It's the twitter bot and is made by two scientists who matt allinson kill. It'll and what it does. Is it tracks trains. Which carrying nuclear waste across the uk. These trains accessed it. Actually sorry. I did not know what trains that had unequal right. They get to tweet very we. I mean it's not. It's not common knowledge but they sort of they ha you have to transport radioactive containers and trains and not about doing it then very tightly sealed and these guys. They're not pro anti-nuclear they they genuinely just in it for the trains as they say and they have clarified that the radiation you would get because sometimes these pass along platforms they go through brixton or whatever quite passengers but they've said the radiation you would get if you're the platform of these transplant by will be like you just eat a banana. Isn't that amazing that everyone on the platform has just eaten the equivalent of one banana. But would you feel it. Would you feel i ever on note. They don't emit bananas that much radiation exactly and but that's quite dangerous because if you're such banal over the constantly operating on the banana easing cost of getting rid of the three hundred fifty dollars. A day and the runny. Yeah what happens in. Andy if a train full of bananas passes by what is the radiation level and that kills you immediately. They have to transport bananas one by one so expensive show to the. This is one of my favorite toasty random facts but you know penny mordant was very briefly actually defense secretary last year. Yeah and before that was international secretary. She's named after royal navy frigate his name. Hmo's penelope that's funny with joint. She's minami family. And actually it was known as hms pepperpot. 'cause it was shelled. So many seventy two so she could easily be pepperpot. Do that digest flash. Is i'm man's girlfriend. Yeah i really know. Maybe that's why they didn't go in. They didn't want to be confused. Why is she copa. Pulse is a weird name. It's because she comes from a comic book like all these. They often have quite putty names and illiterate. Good i read about one plane crash or emergency. Landing in two thousand thirteen guy called jump pederson and he realized that his plane had had a little bit of damage. And he wasn't gonna make all the way to the nearest app pulses was around chicago and so he saw a long road and he thought well. You know that's probably the best way to go. I'm going to try and stop on this road. Obviously this traffic on this road so he doesn't wanna hits any what he was exactly time it so that when the lights went read that everyone stops. That's when he landed in the middle of this is the story in the chicago newspaper and they said that he loved it. Had anyone and in the middle of this intersection and then the lights changed into cars. Just web didn't notice it crashed into wants a apparently it says that mysteriously sped off so they they kind of trove hit this plane. That the osha. I've just played a run on. This saw coffee bullets in clay. People always think that pneumatic. Technology is going to be the next big thing. I think there was a lot of excitement in the. Us about forty years ago that it was going to be how old disposed of our rubbish and so disneyland. I think was a pioneer of this right so that entire garbage disposal system is fully pneumatic. So if you're in disneyland something a bit. And then it drops down into a tunnel system and every twenty minutes it just get sucked up sixty miles an hour to a collection point theme park nodes who are about to get grant because it's the magic kingdom at walt disney world in florida. Not disneyland beginning action. I i got behind the scenes tour. You got to see some of the tunnels those go through. I'm just kind of walking through the backstage tunnels and there's this tube next to you. Where every twenty minutes. So you just say this county out the way every it's just it's just one of it's not like a transparent. How cheap could you human as twenty inches diameter. i mouth off. That's pretty big. I i i've been to disneyland and disneyworld as well on the rights. I don't really like him as much universal on the rights but if there was a garbage chutes thing that i would definitely going. You could sell t-shirts saying what you get sucked offered. 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So w buxton lift in the early eighteenth century I we think he was an autistic savant. You know people who can do unbelievable calculations in the head so jeopardy. Ibox once after a church sermon. What did you think of the sermon. And he said oh. I just counted. How many words were it's good. I know he was self completely. Self taught not formally trained at all and didn't know much about anything except numbers but knew everything about numbers so he walked around the local area. Which is called. Elton about a thousand acres and he could give it size not only acres but also in square inches. He was amazing. Sounds i have no idea what you just said. It was trying to count the number of words he was saying. It sounds really is now if you feel you blindfolded and you give it a pair of ahah buffs than it. Come find fish. I'm not surprised. Yeah to actually sorry. I've missed read. This they can find fish show followed them and give them enough for being an incredibly underwhelming interesting because they use the whiskers right and the whiskas can tell the movements in the water at this is amazing so when fish swim we've talked before that they have light lots of eddies and vortices and stuff like that. We stay leaving the water. The seals whiskas can detect these tiny little votes sees in a fish that swam past thirty seconds ago but swamped thirty seconds. Go feel was and then it can still follow the the track off the fish together. Even if it's wearing earmuffs thought handed tell sort of the time that's passed brought rather than up to like and they'd be like ooh fifteen seconds ahead 'cause they can tell the strength of the way they come till the future future. What i'm saying is they could count up to thirty when they feel it. Let's say it's a wake that comes fifteen seconds after it's been there can they know it's fifteen second can count up to thirty six thirty but i think they will have a basic idea of time. I will know that. I know that the fawzi's will be stronger. If it has more recently passed something you feel are getting stronger that yeah you don't want you're trying to find something in your house where the smell's coming from. You're not counting the you know you're saying that's exactly five meters away but you could tell closer. Also i think if you want to sue anyone you should sued the makers of shylock combs baffled. Have you guys seen that movie. No it's from nine thousand nine hundred. It's the first ever movie with sherlock holmes in it's on it's an american silent film Basically it's very much against the canon of shot combs because what happens. Is people kind of stealing things from under his nose and then using trick photography they just disappear and then you just picture of sherlock holmes going what happened. Why did they disappear. And then they reappeared another part of the room and then they steal something else that disappear again and it goes on like that for a couple of minutes and i just don't think that that's really i mean now first of all he doesn't solve anything he just looking baffled. Yeah he's baffled. Yeah well that was made in one thousand nine hundred. I believe is that right. So there's another one which i'd love to see nine thousand nine hundred sixteen the mystery of the leaping fish and this was a movie where charlotte himes was sort of pood- by douglas fairbanks. Douglas fairbanks junior who was one of hollywood's leading actors at the time he was a swashbuckling adventure and he along with charlie chaplin. They said they set up you. A huge influence in hollywood back in the day and he played basically the druggy version of sherlock holmes. Really bringing up that side of his character so the way that in the movie he was presented he wasn't called sherlock holmes. He was called coke any day e. n. n. y. the y. surname and he had a bandolier of syringes. He wore across his chest so he was constantly injecting himself as the movie went to sounds. Okay yeah he had a clock with the clock face it says eats drinks sleeps and dope instead of the numbers so he would know when to inject himself and the idea is that coke days was trying to find all of these drug barons and once he caught them he would sample all the drugs that they had as he was busting them and fairbanks hated the movie. After it came out it was only a two reeler and He just said this is horrific. But that's one of the earliest sherlock holmes. Maybe as well as and say nine hundred sixteen. Yeah but that dan. That was the first year the first full length. Shallow comes fell but this was a serious because he was because it wasn't a mad cocaine rub it was He was played by william gillette. Who was a distant cousin of the gillette razor family. Yeah exactly yeah. A. and williams was really interesting guy so he only played sherlock comes in one movie but that was after he played them on stage. About one thousand three hundred times he'd come up with a stage version of it and yeah and he and dole actually friends they. I mean was probably pleased because he managed to work out a way of doing the character well on stage and it was respectful and all of this but also entertaining and when they met. I really like this williams. You let they'll meeting. I think on the same train. And gillette got off the train dressed as homes and then he found out the conan doyle and he examined him through a magnifying glass and that was from that point they were firm friends loved it. It's a risky move. Isn't it yeah you might think you would take the pestilence but we will say we ought temperance balls in britain which were super popula round the th century again with this big push to stop people drinking and apparent need for every little mill town. It'd be at least three temperance spas which is essentially like a. I mean the cuff owed like milk. Papa the cafe bites the used to be not not that long ago that was definitely one in lunka show and they'll not much. Well there's one left now and it's fitzpatrick's in lancashire you're absolutely right and the owner of the fitzpatrick's in two thousand twelve. He just been on harry by talking about the great stuff about alcohol. Drinks like danny lion burdock and how great says and how popular the boss still was and then he was done drink-driving Have you heard of the nuclear bomb. That was dropped. On the greg's i can't understand that greg's well no. I've tricked you with my words. This is the story of the only nuclear bomb. The has ever been dropped on american soil by an american plane. Okay and it fell on the family who recalled the greg's they lived in south carolina. Parents three kids that cousin everyone was playing kids playing in the yard next door to the garden right perfectly normal afternoon high above them in the sky. There's a plane which is doing a training exercise with a real nuclear bomb where they have to transport it across the country so training exercise there had been some kind of mess up with getting it to locked into. Its sort of hanger thing hanging above the bombay doors a so. The captain says crew member to adjust the the locking mechanism. The crew member can't quite get a handle these huge bombs. It looks like an looks like a whale weighs about three tons. The crew member climbs slightly up the side of the ball and reaches up to grab something to get a handhold. unfortunately what he grabs. Is the emergency bomb release mechanism. This does he fly down on it. Like in dr strangelove so too exactly. Well the ball now onto the bomb bay doors right which crumple like paper. Crew member makes an x shape with his body and just about stays inside the play. The bomb is now falling towards the completely unaware. Greg family house it lands in their garden. It makes a crater fifteen meters across and ten meters deep. No one is killed. The family all injured but they you know they became superheroes paris. The families chickens unfortunately were vaporized. But thank god. The bump did not to say to catch on but then amazingly they stayed. The crew was so apologetic. they were so modified. They've done this and they wrote to the family apologizing. They stayed in touch for years with the crew. This family the greatest even to the extent that one of them visited the family for a week's holiday later incredible embarassing moment. 'cause i used to get embarrassed not to knock on your neighbor's door and say i'm really sorry. I've kicked my football. I am so sorry my nuclear bomb in you gotta in the vietnam war. Didn't we've ever mentioned operation wandering soul. Which was one of the toxics. The the us used against vietnamese soldiers which was to play. Ghost noises incredibly loudly out of helicopters and from the us soldiers so hidden in vietnam. They'd have these big boom boxes and play. Goes noises cut. Does this like it would work because helicopters are extremely loud. It's not like you're going to not like they can sneak up on you other than you're going to be plus thing. Is you hear the helicopter. And you're gonna go y. It goes driving helicopters. Now's you'll start roy. The idea was the in vietnam. The belief is that if you don't get a proper burial then your soul one does the us and so they actually recorded south vietnamese people they recruit to south vietnamese people to record themselves shrieking and screaming and saying my friends. I've come back to let you know that i am dead. I'm dead doe ten like me. Go home quickly. Really crazy on the vietnamese. Didn't believe them on. All it did was give them a target to return fire to so that would still scare me. I have to say if if the four of us were out. You know in a in a jungle and we were scared and a boombox had a voice of alec spell. Say don't come i'm dead. I get scared by that. Why we in the jungle town. How bad the wrong is our toll. God foot vietnamese jungles. Oh yeah why does it take a boom box and a helicopter at the jungle feeds patty and such so all expel alexia listening his how you get to actually upload the poco correct when you say there are all. These museums are nicer than some do sound. I would have limited interest so there's museum. There's an island called. High may hymie and as collector on their whose collection museum. Whatever you like is a lifetime of paper napkins which are organized by theme into binders and support over. Online sofa is covered binders full of paper. Not goods i just. Does anybody else feel a little wilmington. Seven well isn't that way waste. That's so true place ever cry and they have museum of sea monsters but the way that they've done is they have the stories of sea monsters like any museum might do. But the founders phoned every single care home in iceland and they asked for all of the elderly residents. Do you know any stories about sea. Monsters have happened in your history of you heard any stories and they collected all of those. They're all the stories that are in the museum. Which i think is a really good way of finding social. History isn't it. Yeah so wonderful. The origin of Of brims fairytales in the first place isn't it. The grimm brothers didn't write them. They went round and collected them. Mostly from women i think she was daughter wilder. Who a game. Lots of stories but they went around the particularly older women asked them for the stories that they i mean. We ought to be doing more of that. I think that kind of gathering of stories is a wonderful thing so good for them. That's great yeah. It sounds wonderful. It sounds like an incredible Filing system but donna's an entire country where dedicated to finally one aspect of social history. Just yeah it's incredible with the grimm. Brothers i read a story which i really hope is true. I always keep meetings suck it up. Which is when they were gathering. The stories one of the brothers was trying to get a great story of a sailor. Some guy who Who knew bunch and he said. What can i give you to give me your story. And the saint louis need trousers. So the grim brother gr- gave his trousers on the spot to this guy to wear and then gave him his story and he took it down so you know trouserless says he was as he was taking just love. That kind of. I need your story. What do you need my trousers find. Gophers did the guy who was talking to not have any. Trials is on probably approaching. Trouserless man store trouserless sailors. Another story there was the story of winnie the pooh in berlin. That was a traffic jam this year. That was in the news. Which was this is in february and this is created by one german artist himself an is called simon who created a traffic jam by just pulling a hand. 'cause he was on foot and putting a handcuffed behind carrying ninety nine phones. So how maps works is when it's giving you topic days. It assesses all the number of phones in a certain area and then assume that there's lots of people in cause and then assumed that that means is a huge trump So google's assumed massive traffic jam on this one bridge and it redirected traffic around it and this guy was just him on his own wilson center of berlin. He actually walked pascal's officers just to do a sort of middle aged freaky for the guys at google on my traffic jam. It's coming this way. It's an invisible on otherwise. They claim to be supportive. Google google spokesperson said whether five call or cart or camel. We love seeing creative. Uses of google maps. Does that help make all work better. I has been killed. That's quite similar. Which is about modern technology on slightly hacking. It is the old tesla's which would drive. You could set them drive just underneath the speed limit wherever you were They would read the traffic signs and so research is mcafee realized that if you got a thirty five mile mph traffic side and you've got some black sticky tape of todd the three into an age. Then your tesla would drive. Eighty five bucks an hour. It not These are the old. You don't do that anymore. I think possibly thanks to this little bit of work by mcafee. Just i mean especially as a thirty five dollar traffic sides usually in places that need people to slow down. It's doctor that's why we're still in the trialing stage. Really of the like one smear on a speed sign everyone dies. Have we ever talks about just reminds me of the tree of tadiran which is always in think liberia but somewhere on it was the most isolated tree in the world and there was no tree at iwo like i dunno hundred miles in any direction he got knocked over by a libyan truck driver to chile. There's nothing else to add. He just decided just to drive straight into that by accident. That must have been like the scene in austin powers. Guys being about to be run over by the steam roller and he's shouting. No from about twenty meters away very slowly. The truck driver was similarly anything else. I think that's a really unfair. Because in austin powers the idiot is the person is about to be run over so that employs. You'll blaming the tree and the tree is gone to extreme links to escape traffic collision. it's so socially distanced. That is what it is is the something about people when they're driving if there's a massive area with nothing they're all but there's one thing that some reason you just kind of got drawn to onset like your brain just Avoided the there is a thing called target fixation. Isn't that what was someone is so focused on avoiding thing that keep looking at the thing and aiming towards it accidentally conversation equivalent is that thing which is in the meaning of life where there's something you're trying to avoid talking about and say you can never avoid talking about it and i think the example that's given in that book is if you're talking to someone with one leg and find your conversation as liberally peppered with references to long john silver laws leg of uefa competition. It reminds me of Michael windsor who is now basil bush's pa term your own name dropping puzzle shut you. That's have rights basil brush. So the way he got the job was. He wrangled basil bush's crates his son as bustle. Brush an audition foreign curing. The carrot to the whole time did noise fat les guys mannerisms and he got the job. Phone call what. She's an upset bold. Move because yeah. You've got the potential to really upset somebody who literally this guy sees basel bush as his brother. That's how that's how. Peter sellars as well his first job peter sellers of inspect aclu fame and the goon show and so on he was getting nowhere and he was an impressionist and he called up the bbc and he did an impression of the the head of the bbc. At the time. Saying to the person who's the producer picking up going. Have you got this. Peter sellers an american people solo with these kids hot. I hear you gotta get kind of get them now. So yeah so. He imitated it and the guy went. Oh i'm so sorry. We'll yeah we'll book him. And peter sellars later admitted that was actually me but the guy was so impressed areas. That's actually how rory bremner still keeps getting jobs very depression at the director. General of the bbc. That's not fair. great. I dunno to israel name. Oh i feel. I should gosh. I can't remember his. Rob rob van winkle up anyway. Apparently us would you change that. Aye fantastic name. I'd also wait a minute. It scans perfectly doesn't it rip that winkle the out to do ice ice baby he's got. You're absolutely right now. He was cool. Panella 'cause he was the only one in his friendship group who was white then that he had adults move is right. I didn't i was white. I didn't know anything about it. He almost played london. I think in twenty nine hundred twenty possibly. Yeah twenty eight hundred and twenty nineteen on ice. It's going to be as first vanilla ice on ice cert on these things a song where the lyrics is baby. This guy has an obsession. He's got a problem. It's an actually. I'm like curly. Has something in common with rex. Lumber te founding editor. bbc's list of the magazine is it that they were both insane. I actually you'll get sued for that and this is about being saved as well so Let's the croly tried to sue. A writer called nina hamlet for libel because she called him a black magician michetti he was into black magic and he said that this wasn't true and he tried to sue and he lost and he was declared bankrupt and then towards the end basically he became a big drug addict because he takes the love drugs before and then he became a real drug addicts And he died quite young But i was reading about nina and the according to wikipedia. She was a welsh artist and writer. Who was an expert on sailors shanties of became known as the queen of bohemia. She sounds incredible. Isn't she She basically Like one of the main people in soho around the nineteen thirties. Who knew absolutely everyone She had an incredible bohemian life. But actually when she soothes crowley became such big news that it really kind of to life and she became a bit of a alcoholic just walking around talibans in fitzroy via trading anecdotes. For drinks. he'd take on black magic amazed about other people's connections to the around this time and people who i thought would just legit humans. So the way cody i got into this whole world was i think he joined an older to school. The hermetic order of the golden dawn and another leading figure in that was yates. Which doesn't b yates. And he was actually him and his partner more gone famously his muse and also eating nesbitt. Who wrote the saami out if anyone's for at that Anyway exactly wow sort of make sense when you think about it you can imagine someone who is into widow magic writing that but yates was the chapter leader for this order. And cody didn't like him and there was this big rivalry going on about who should be ruling. This chapel cardio. Yates and eventually crudely invaded his chapel mid sermon. He launched what he called astral siege on the full when she moved kicking the doors down and he was wearing a kilt. Some reason under cyrus moscow's inspired by jim methology and he started casting spells and waving around and the police come and break it up. Wow the big story of that. It's called the battle of blyth road and the story is that he came through and he started propelling black magic at yates and the others as he was coming up the stairs. Yates was using white magic and the white magic toppled him over down the stairs. Now that's what they say but when you read into it what it actually was as he was coming up the stairs and yates and his buddy who is a boxer was kicking him down because he's one of the gladiators this white magic but this this order the idea was they wanted to discover a unified theory that explained the magical world so that they could bring endless possibilities. Magicians that was why they were sets up. And that's why yates joined. He wanted to use it for good And so he joins curly and he had mental there. the name of his mentor. alan bennett. Wow yeah i mean. It's not actual alan bennett of summoning a demon yesterday. I'm this year exciting new naval battle which is great because not as many plus it definitely becoming. I promise this because this is the first naval battle of the caribbean seventy years and tween venezuela venezuela naval patrol vessel around defending the mcclendon had guns anti aircraft. Guns machine guns mounted on the deck. Lots of stuff on the other side was a portuguese cruise ship with included an atc sonal educators as the venezuelan patrol vessels. It said you'll being very territorially aggressive They basically they were charging around. They approach. They ordinate come into port venezuela surrender and all of this that opened fire then. They rammed the ship. Okay the ramp the cruise ship but unfortunately they didn't realize that the cruise ship question the resolute was built for public cruising had a meter thick hull the venezuelan navy patrol vessel crumpled basically like a forty four site has had to be rescued believably. I must really live that cruise ship. And if you look on your left you'll see the venezuelan navy. Is that right that's right. You know that there's a lot of art. The just sits out at sea on private yachts that been are worth sort of two to three times the value of the yacht itself. There's such valuable pieces of art so for example Joe louis has a two hundred million pounds. Super yawkey is the majority stakeholder. I taught him hotspurs the football club he is. He's a very is a billionaire in the day and He has a yacht moored and when more people could see through the window and they still hanging inside one of the rooms. A francis bacon painting that sold anonymously at christie's for twenty six million pounds. And so as courses you can take now to train people for practical care of onboard art collection. Because everyone on board doesn't know how to look off these pieces of art and they keep getting damaged when they're out at sea and you know someone will pour Someone will Papa champagne bottle and a cork prices piece of our or in some cases that was wrong. I jean michel basquiat. Who's an artist. Who has little bits of cornflakes that are hanging off the paintings. And they were very worried that they were going to be thinking that maybe the kids on board had spilt cornflakes. The painting itself can sort of you spill cones like onto a painting. You've got ken. How how the food fly exactly you very much ceiling. Fresco the vodka cocoa pops isn't it. I think he'll put a serial on your paintings. Then you shouldn't have an automatic right that is taken serious apparent. Apparently in this case it was a mistake. He was eating cornflakes looking at his paintings. The floor and felony and it became part of the art is what they say in this article but then one of the more famous ones is that Some millionaire or billionaire owners came back onto their yacht and they've been told by that the captain had unwrapped a piece of art that had arrived for them onto the yachts and hung the painting on the wall and this was a horrific moment to hear it because the piece of art that they don rap was a bit of art done by christo jean-claude and their way of doing art. Is they wrap things up. So they just wrapped up and so effectively the cats in had taken the actual art off could insert room with all the pipes and then hung up this painting on the wool. And you know some of their work. They did the the rice dog in berlin eighth around wrapping things. So yes those courses now her teaching you how to look off arts on the high seas funny. After that there was a famous doug dumb the talking dog and he was called the canine finan phenomenon of the century debuted in nineteen twelve and had a vocabulary that reached eights words what was were they. Please say rough back. I think it was a bit like that. They were all in sherman. First of all could ding. He could harbin he could say kucan he could which means cake and the means have he could say he could kind of say a nine and he could save her. Oh come on i need. I need a recording of this. Are i will not believe well. He was really. He was obviously massive. He was like he was when he came over to america so he was big in germany. Obviously like you've got to be big and chevy if you speak german. But when he came over to america there was a lot of kind of german experts there and they were really excited and so they met him on the coming off the ship load of reporters and asked him for a quotes which his own has said. He was too seasick to give a quote when he arrived but he was very impressed by new york but whenever he went on stage he would kind of answer series of questions presumably. Beyonce's were always hopping off. Who or something like that. But the point was that he would make noises that sound a bit like it but according to the journal science someone did an actual pay on it. They said that really. He's only just making noises. And it's the people in the audience are interpreting it as words. They sound bentley. Obviously doesn't really know what he's and it helps. The german language sounds quite a lot more like dolly barking than the spanish language. I mean you wouldn't get away with big romantic language and a dog try to impersonate. You're absolutely right. When i don't understand a question or i can't quite determine what the person said i give an answer. That is an determined as well so it could be sort of a mixture of yes or no or. I'm not sure because i don't know what the person said but i still want to respond. Because they're staring at all. Offense is something night. No and on i go you show a little too there for some people you might want to little little skill. You can have a halfway noise in russian you can say yes no yes no which means no don yet means no right as we have a tune called our year now. Oh yeah probably heard of the swamp. Yeah so when people say you going to the beach off now and you mean does that mean yes or no it means you might just see how you go. Oh and there might say to you. a you. Intuitive you saying this thing are you into it you know you could be given away so it's a wonderful response because and then you can't. You can't actually respond again to that. By law and new zealand's received an all year. Now you can't go look at because then you just you're shot and i suppose you could just say i guess a similar word now because then you really giving away that. You're not sure okay. Yeah all right. It's not an roy. Now is is the full spectrum okay. Very noncommittal an entire country. That's terrified of commitment. That's actually actually nelson. That's actually an option on the election. Ballot is it is now off now even though it ends on this year part is gonna be straw. Why it just yeah. There's different ways of saying it so no in the end the one you end on seems to be the dominant asked me whether it does. Does it. just mean nine. Should we'll get to talking domes and the practice actually can be a problem in some places like the f. monk museum in no way They say that the screaming is fading. The screen which is his most famous like is fading because people's breast and thus because he used very cheap low-quality paints use cadmium sulfide. Thanks smoke when he did his acting. and it means that when you breathe on it it kind of gets worse and worse and worse than trying to stop people from burlington and that means they should replace it with the screen scream. Scream y-yeah sorry. It was too good at it. I was afraid to breathe in front of the jokes faded. shall we We can stop there actually. Should we can. Yeah let's do that a great one now night's fine. I was only going to talk about 'em types of tampons we. Let's talk about tell you the tons quickly relieved after that. So some modern Self-defense gadgets. That obviously still a bit of a growth area. Even though a lot of these things get released in the not legal to carry say there is a a killer engagement ring with a particularly shock. Diamond an unbreakable umbrella which watts just as strong as a steel pipe ways. Only one pound and eleven announces. I think my favorite is the pink stinger which is a stun gun. Mates looked like a tampon. It can deliver a fifty thousand volt shock and can be used. Hand-held shot out to distances up to forty eight. I think i've seen that done in. Thailand actually come. You don't wear before you fire it to be hidden within your handbag then presumably among your other time pounds. I don't wanna go enemies tampon in the bathroom. A hell of frank. Frank crank goes rogue and understand what prank is. Wow that's extraordinary. Those are on the market. We can we get the they're available somewhere and i cannot guarantee that they are legal in the territory in. You're currently listening so please don't waste your money. I got one last thing. Which is i like. The idea of the name center for north dakota so i just quickly looked into other names of north dakota's see if there's any fun names and i found there's a place called flasher which is great in north dakota place called zap zap. Kind of the major thing. I could find that happened. There was in one thousand nine hundred eighty nine. There was a movement zip zap where. The mayor of zap suddenly found two to three thousand party years tearing up the streets and setting bonfires in the middle of them To have this big party and they had to get the national guard to push them out. Why was not cool zipped up. I say zip wired into that. I think it's just a group of people that let's zip over to that and have a massive party the i believe and then lastly playschool but still which is cool name. Ut said the last that is where there's a lot saying in that part of the world isn't a kazaa butts. Light means a like raised. That of landau something so this unhappy. Utd eso it. Yeah tanner wyoming dakota's loads of butts. You're not gonna believe this. In south dakota there is a place which was the original center of north america which was done by drawing two lines and it is called snake but really yeah and they put noblest governor And they named it the approximate central north america and then in nineteen thirty. They changed their minds and decided. It was in rugby north dakota but it was snake bud. Confusing names is actually really hard to work out. Where snakes bucks really is to is Is having a look through some books. And maybe this is just me having lockdown brain. But i had to look at one of the period. And i hadn't realized right tom philosophical. It is a wonderful bit big little boosting underneath the big tree. And piglet says what if this big tree falls down and says what. If it doesn't and i just thought a great attitude to life isn't it instead of catastrophes and thinking what is this terrible thing happens. He died like that as being ridiculous and we to say it. Sounds like pu is praying for an end to the pain. Sounds like he's taken the assumption the treatment for them both. I like that is worrying about the thing that's going to happen but we're just sit here and happily not worry about bad things happening.
Season 2 Episode 6 - The Giant Spider Invasion
"The following is the fourth hon production. We call our special guests. As there's like a feeling here that's causing the I think it's the metal plate near the extra. Hey y'all got to what you sir. Good Evening Shoppers. And welcome back to another episode of what podcast. My name is James. And I'm Chris as always yes. Indeed name does change from time to time but tonight it's Chris. Whatever I feel like on a Saturday night and how I'm dressed. I am very pleased to announce this evening in the studio with us as our friend job. Rina from the old humble distillery how you doing Joe Walking back thanks guys great beer. Welcome back Sir. Why don't you update us a little bit on what's been going on within a while since you've been here? So what new stuff do you have going on? Gustav going on. What's going on well guys? It's going to be back. Thanks for having me always as of right now we have just made are third batch of Bourbon and released it and it will be sold out in three days and I am super excited about that. That is amazing so by the time this when these folks are listening to this the Bourbon will already been gone long. Yes and I'm very excited about that. We will have our next batch coming out in the summer of twenty twenty okay after we have moved into our new facility. Our new facility will be coming online. Probably in early spring will have our official grand opening on Memorial Day. Twenty twenty which is when we do our all of our Grand Openings. Now Nice so our first location opened up on Memorial Day. Our second location opened up on Memorial Day or third location will open up on Memorial Day. There's powder fantastic and I'm sensing Labor Day pattern Okay yeah that's anyway moving on so yeah our new facilities about two miles away from the existing facility now at is a fifty percent larger facility. We will have ten times the still space we will have oh goodness six times the fermentation space which meals will be making much much much more bourbon going forward and I hopefully will not be saying in the future. We just sold out of three days. But I'll still fully. I'll still be saying we sold out of urban three days but it will be a whole lot more birth. Yes thank you WANNA do yes. We'll have a proper tasting room. We'll have a stage. We'll have a TV. What tables will have a bar will have all the stuff man? That's how it's GonNa be fun. Congratulations congratulations on that. Have to say you. Product is fantastic. Well thank you Jim. I have told people before on here. I don't really drink and this stuff is goes down very smooth very delicious. No aftertaste which is very important for a Occasional social drinker like myself. You don't WanNa have to gag it up because it's too strong for you get it down. But I'm just saying his liquor goes down. It does go very smoothly. Thank you very much. You're welcome appreciate that guys my entire philosophy and making the whiskey as it. You should never ever ever ever have to fight your way to the bottom of a glass or the bottle if you have to think about it in psych yourself up to drink your whisky. You're doing it wrong. Get a better whist. Yup that's great. I agree with that. Philosophy actually look forward to drink in this tonight because we are drinking tonight ladies and germs out. There we go again the bar stocked with our straight whiskey and our special reserve of straight Whiskey is ninety percent corn ten percent malted barley and aged five years in used Bourbon Barrels Our special reserve is that same whiskey aged five years in used bourbon barrels. That has been put back in new five gallon cask for anywhere between six to twelve weeks and I am currently stroking both like the Penis Beautiful. And just as hard so yeah. They are available at specs all across the state and by the time people are listening to this podcast. They should be available in more stores and we will have that We'll have photos of the bottles posted. any updates. The JOE has we'll be posting. Yes and we are hoping to soon after you open your facility to schedule a live podcast from the wildcat room. That will be so much man. I'm looking forward to that. And doing an actual drinking drinking game with two or three hundred people are however many we can cram in their two or three dozen to two or three. Does we'll take a smaller group but its rowdy group. They're easier to please them. Yeah mean sounds great. Which is why always limited the number of girlfriends and wives that I've ever had I mean it's smart is a smaller. Group is easier to learn from the Mormons. You don't want to many okay. Everyday's ragtime so. Yeah Yup Lord of mercy. Somebody'S FUCKED UP. You move to the next right. I feel sorry those poor guys. Don't get one week off every week. Somebody else's period so there's like every year and I'm sure they sync up. Oh my God. That's even worse one. Six six seven of them in there you have it. You're playing a business trip. I didn't take any stereo. Just you need to have a hotel room on on reserve for that particular week every month and just go there for the week. Yep I'm going on a business trip I'll see in about a month and a week and a half. Yep All right once you tell us about the movie. We were watching today. Gene all right. Today's lovely selection is nineteen seventy five. The giant Spider invasion actually saw this movie in. Its first theatrical. Run and seventy five. I was a whole eight years old and my mom and dad actually took me to see this and when I was a kid it actually got to me a little bit but then again you don't know any better But the synopsis reads as such giant spiders from an intergalactic dimensioned invade Wisconsin and recapping on the population of a small town. And the nation's supply of G Wisconsin and they are they pick the wrong place to invade US crazy. Film is directed by Bill. Rabane produced by William Gillette Junior Richard L. Huff and Bill Rabin written by Robert Easton and Richard L. Huff why ladder. Repeat Names are starring Steve Brodie Robert Eastern Barbara Hale Alan Hale the skipper junior Leslie Parrish Bill Williams Christianne Schmidt. Mer Music is by Bill. Rabane cinematography by Jack Willoughby edited by Barbara Poker's Barbara Poker's distributed. Why Group One? International Distribution Organization limited a lot of nonsense words a lot of nonsense release date of October Twenty Fourth Nineteen seventy five. I was just eight days. August fissile yes yet and I was like eight housing months old or months old holy I was four years from being a gleaming. My Dad is a damn okay so we can't blame Chris for this when he was alive when it happens. All y'all go see. This movie has a running time of eighty four minutes. He had a budget of three hundred thousand dollars and an astonishing box office. A fifteen million dollars and seventy five. That ain't fucking bad especially when the budget was only three hundred grand. They flipped that some bits pretty good. Yeah they did I. That's that's a hell of eternal right dollars. Number is believable to me. Yeah the fifteen million dollar number that is still done especially in nineteen seventy five. Yes and on another note the film's Jet One giant spider one. Just one I inspire is one. That's why it says. In a title giant spider invasion giant spiders The invasion of yeah giant spider. The giant biter was constructed by covering Volkswagen. Automobile with artificial black for with the fake legs operated from inside by seven members of the crew. How the fuck? They fit seven people in a car. I guess the back of the car was the front of the monster. And it's red tail light served as the monster's glowing is. I actually knew this fact. A few other giant spiders were puppets representing spiders large dogs while full grown tarantulas. Were used spider hatchlings. Wow they'll yes. There were some real spiders in the movie. All right so let's talk about some of the funny subplots that are in this movie. Yeah go ahead Joe wants you read. Yeah all right so Dan Has his hate hate relationship with his wife and they lay it on thick. Oh Yeah and I love the way they describe it as a hate. She despises him and he despises her. He's he's having an adulterous affair with the Barmaid Helga. Her Brothel is is a trailer park. It at a trailer Park Helga House Trailer Park. That's Wisconsin Mansion. Okay Okay Sorry Yeah. It had a porch and the most disturbing would he hits on the daughter and it was not clear when he starts hitting on his daughter that it's his stepdaughter. And it is gross. Yeah It is at what it says. Underaged sister but yeah. They're under. Its off because he actually came back from the from the trailer park in hits on his step. Look it was. It was creepy. Well this Raleigh Gross. Yeah this is This is not saying much for trailer parks and of course there was the revival meeting that was going on while Dan was off. Bang into Aden four Nikitin with the barmaid and that the US the fundamentalist preacher doing the revival to kind of weave this narrative in with the invasion that man's adulterous lifestyle and hedonistic lifestyle is going to bring an end to all civilization and mankind as we noted they. They try really hard to even in there. Yeah but it is a complete nonsense. Oh it doesn't fit in. It is ridiculous it did not say in the Bible that the relation would come by joined by Inter Galactic Spider. No it did not. I'll tell you what did that'd be pretty cool. And they had A. They had a NASA scientist and a university scientist to try. And Oh this. This movie was all over the place. Okay well all right. Let's get to the Rangers rating system. Certainly as everybody knows rating system is based on turn emojis. One being the best five being absolute pile of steaming shit to an inverted scale. It's an inverted scale so the more towards the worse it is bigger the shit. The bigger shit is right. We got one out of five. That's one you're going to keep it in your cue. As the new classics wants to watch over and over and you'll get some analysts enjoyment out of these. These ones that you know Kick Ass Jack Frost. Two out of five cars. You're watts these only with friends. Who really enjoy shitty movies? Ned present company included included. Yep Not for everyone but best with a group who liked to riff or play drinking games. Trust me three out of five. Least you know when you want to share these with your friends. Watch with them only if he had nothing better to do and prepare to drink heavily while watching which we have done here too and we will do tonight. Yes four out of five tears the slippery slope and starting to GET NASTY. Watch it once with friends. Trust me that will be plenty. There are these are the ones that are so strange. You may not want to see them more than once but at least you want to share the misery with your friends they may not like you much afterwards. But Hey shot maybe frenemies. After this hand the top of the shit he five out of five turns the FICA DE LA matter. Worst of the worst these out on special occasions forest double dates. The in laws are in town. You know when you finished you remove it from your memory with all dumble whiskey delicious. What are we doing again? What are we watching point now with? Ra where am I? Where am I exactly a target strike with the mind altering substance or the league in Bet Force Blunt Force Blunt Force Blunt? Yeah hey welcome Blah important right now. What Trauma Slam head in the refrigerator? Door bail off a balcony. Has Somebody pelts you with a tennis racket. Sare just washed like three hours of keeping up with the Kardashians. Same thing you'll go brain dead after that so absolutely want to be fair. The scale can chant. 'cause you can watch it by yourself and it could be one rating. Ryan watching it with friends and whiskey is another rating. Yeah that is true. True which is what makes the move so great because each time you watch it might be a different scale number entirely but I don't give one blue fuck I could drink. Both of these bows delicious whiskey and I would still hate. Im's Ozo- how yeah. I could movie was a pile of Shit I have a whole bottle and smoke five joints and still definitely move yet you You weren't present for that. I don't know if you'd heard that episode yet an APP but it got the Goldstar six third wife Breaks. The roof added deterred. We absolutely one from another movie. Yes and we had we. That was one of those movies we had to shut down and say people just don't even waste time because there's no horror content to it whatsoever was miserable man. I am going to have a heart. I'm I don't know if I'm able to actually get through this because the only time I've actually seen this movie is when it's the mystery science dinner three thousand version. I have never watched this on. Its own like this before so God help me. Yes I'M GONNA hold those of your head every time you betcha about one of the movies I pick. I'm just GONNA say zone bitch okay. That's why I don't know why tells them again? And Halloween episode number to its own. Little BITCH START. Start with another movie titled Screen. Then you what's coming shallow in twenty twenty you by ten minutes in Rick Rolls. Right over deserves a nice. Awesome all right guys. Well let's go ahead and get started with this review. Absolutely I'm I'm ready. You're ready as we're GONNA get all right in a small Wisconsin town. Something was about to happen. That would send shockwaves around the world. came from another world to destroy the earth. It was the giant spider invasion shot from ground magnitude metaphor measured on earth existing nuclear explosion. Well Dr there could be an abortive strike from unfriendly power. Oh come on you. Don't think a missile landed here. I told you something landed here last night. I'm very concerned. Well frankly speaking doctor shows the United States government only all the emergency unit on here by myself. They're hell bent on destroying that beast. The crowds begin to take call the National Guard back telling Wendy each heavy equipment and guns tanks anything. They came by the hundreds by the thousands killing. In crippling creeping crawling creatures determined to destroy the Earth. Could anything stop them? Could anything stop the giant spider invasion? There has never been a film like this before. Yeah we just Watch the movie and we're GONNA have a good friend Joe. Tell us what it's all of. The main is going to lead. He's going to lead this here All Right Joe. Tickets in the movie step by store right by seven. The title of the movie is the giant Spider invasion and it is accurate because there is a giant spider right once but does sauce several small. Spiders In by small. Was like the size of your hand tarantula but it is a giant spider invasion in. Does this one count as an invasion? I don't really think spider. It's like the giant spider. Nuisance would be far better description guests. I still think they should've have called movie gizmos and codes. Because you hear about the most welcome movie gizmos and J owed all on. All I know is a nineteen seventy-five shit seemed to help a lot. Better now. My Holy Hell it was I think. And that's why we're here. Yep well it at least starts off with a nice fake story. Generic nineteen seventies universe. Yeah Sky background is very like Seventies like in search of like sci-fi type thing. Yeah Roger Yeah Book Very Buck. Yeah I love it I love it. And the generic SCI FI SOUND. Do so you know. It's I mean you know it's supposed to be safe quality they tell you right Upfront sci-fi well. I didn't think the giant spider invasion was a documentary. But yeah well what you don't know from. The initial like kickoff thing is that they are taking themselves very seriously extremely serious and I think that's the film's downfalls over. It plays everything completely straight. Yeah it's really hard to play things completely straight when the skipper is the sheriff exactly. Yeah Oh my gosh. And he laughs every five seconds to background for all your fine folks watching and listening listening to this I. I did my homework and I watched this movie a couple of days ago. About three days ago You know with my lovely wife sitting on the couch me watching this movie and she had to listen to me screaming at the TV of all the shit that I had to wash. Just watched all again. It's traumatic it really anyway. So we kicked the thing off and like in the first scene. It's the sheriff. Who is the skipper and they go right to the first audio gag? Yeah which you know. They're trying to play the straight and a used the little buddy sound Q. When he got the first thing he says he says yes. The first kids locked into the sheriff's office. Somebody says hey little buddy and he said that just like Gillick. Just lie Guilio. That's right just like he doesn't go. Yeah Yeah and all three of us just roll their eyes and we're like shit. This is what we're in for. Yep teed it up here we go. Yeah and then I love the the. What is it the The Blue Streak Butane torch meteor. That's heading toward earth. Oh yeah whole time you know. You're you're sitting here with a crazy stupid sound effects. The high pit bulls keeps cutting back to that. And you're like I don't give a shit about the fucking meteorite. Just keep. I WANNA see more of the chef. Yeah then we do get some Jesus though we get some some religion get a little bit of religion there now. One thing that I did notice really early in the editing process when they tried to overcome their really crappy cinematography and really bad writing and really bad acting they do the dither fade between this scene and that seemed to blur out and go to the next thing. That's a really really cheap method of showing that you tried on corruption. We have this equipment. We'RE GOING TO USE IT. And they used it several times. Oh yeah they have equipment and that they can do it but it's a really low really low budget. Yeah white between us to do that when when I when I ran the the TV station at the University of Houston. I mean. That's what we would do. We have any other tools. We would just constantly do these cheap ass wipes between one camera or the other and so you're saying that it's very distracting any skilled. How many no. No many skills have much. They did have a good special effects like practical effects. Yeah I mean so. It's only time was practical effects. Yeah that's true. And yes. So then we kick over to the The PRI the gratuitous low-budget Gary Busey. Preacher preacher tell us all about the brimstone fire and and they this is like the I like the they start with the scene with the the sheriff like everything's quiet then they kick over the preacher that okay. Things are quiet. Because you've got this rabble rouser raising the rabble yeah And and you know Ryland everybody. Up about the fire and brimstone and everybody's GonNa die and that they just kick off the next sixty minutes of teeing up this this laborious set up of. Something's going to happen and then we get the payoff. What a pay off. It is to help. God it's such a payoff disturbed. Welcome to his steering of Fifty One. A weekly odd cost of mysteries. Conspiracies the unusual and the unexplained we've John Brent and conspiracy bought. You're all idiots. Join them each week. Because they clarify conspiracies what better way to dominate your competition than to say. They're trying to control. Your mind doesn't get and probe the paranormal. It's all about laylines. You'd understand that if I could explain it to you tune in each week and subscribe on Apple podcasts. The IHEART radio APP or wherever you listen to podcasts. The truth is out there. But you won't find it. Here stay woke. Meet SEX OKAY. So then we move like okay. We move in do the stuff and yet they they do all that stuff with the sheriff and then the the preacher and they they they really lay it on thick with abd and Dan and how they hate each other and he's gross and she's drunk detonated at his redneck. Any any opens up the truck and there's a chicken truck. How the hell? The chicken getting trucked Windows Doors Lock House Chicken. Get in the truck chicken in the truck. They don't care. I just didn't chicken and chuck after a night of drinking. Yeah so like aren't chicken. Watch the truck. I'm going to go inside my truck. She can garching garching. They don't have low jack they don't have any dogs guard chickens. Name is low Jack Goodness and have is just drinking like a damn fish. She they run out of booze. She calls up her friend. We have no booze in the house. Oh my God she shuttering twitching And I read video. This could be a good spot of Joe pop in with a bottle of the goods. Yeah I wrote down in my notes like she needs a friend with a distillery. She's also like a really horny drunk. yeah and like 'cause the dude the little kid who was a guest the the kid who's living boy the hit her sister and we find out it's her sister unless right. It's not their daughter and stepdaughter. It's step sister hers. Little guess the little sister of Terry Who is a dirty little tramp? She's there they'll tram. Yeah goodness anyway. So he's hidden. He's coming to pick up the sister and she's hitting on him because she's a sloppy horny drunk and so it was really awkward on thick and it's very awkward and yeah it was very all the time you can't forget all the time we keep getting shots that meteor is it's common common. It's taking forever. But it's getting there at some point and then after after Smiley. Dan Leaves whatever. His name is She's on the phone. We'd be more I just got anymore booze and I'm GonNa treat you really good if you come over with the booze and it's just like Give you a handy for the booze today. Of course it's the nineteen seventies so they only have one car. Dan has taken the car to go into town for the claiming. He's going to go. See the preacher tell right really he's going to dipstick wet right. Yep that's right. He goes goes a bit so Miss Blonde Long. Yes grows. Who Am down her knees and doesn't wear a Bra. And this was the first time that we started experiencing the day night shift. Yes they do. A lot of what's called shooting day for night and it's obvious is very bad. You never ever ever ever ever ever should defer non your movie ever no it's lousy directors just clearly filmed this at lunchtime on Wednesday. I I think they. I think they had their initial movie. And then he realized they didn't have enough character development and they had to do re shoots but they don't WanNa wait 'til nighttime so just shot and all the day they added filters to later. They had the one scene tonight later. That was that was part of the original cut probably because they started at noon filmed all the way till eight thirty or nine o'clock at night and then they had to come back. They did one take per each Freddie loud. Everything was done in different thirty feet of film. We need to make the budget. Only three hundred thousand dollars. They can't spend can't do these things twice thousand per foot film and it was clearly there. They were clear scenes and they're reluctant to go. Wow that was their best. Yeah had been there only take it only takes Okay so this is also where we see. The first the first they said up so many like little themes in this with the The cross the gross pervy like hitting on the daughter are the sister staff out and this was another recurring theme. That showed up. And I couldn't not see this after I saw the first time it happened. Every time they walk up to a chair. They swing their leg over the back of the chair and and sit and they don't pull the chairs out and sit normal people. They walk up to the chair and throw their leg over at like their mounting. A Damn every single tavern now they try to sell. That doesn't sell that country. Angle Right Overcompensate for the fact that you're not southern but they're they're acting like the the only thing more egregious would be to just take the train. It's been around sitting all my gosh like your backwards from this right. We're cool Kansin. These not no taxes. Say Right this is Wisconsin. We sit in chairs backwards. Like Brio men. Problem is thinking this more Arkansas. And they just said it sounds a lot like fucking Arkansas. Well bless this motherfucker station. This sister-in-law room I mean. Yeah that's chased her around the table and not just that but when he chased her they started playing a fucking Banjo right as the song. I mean it's just deliverance. All over again. Which is sister energetic. Does any of this have anything to do with fucking giants but none of it they hit? They're laying it on thick with a whole lot of character development. That doesn't matter. Nobody cares waiting on a meteor. That's moving seventeen miles an hour through space waiting we're waiting. They're telling a story the way my five year old told a story side patterns though exactly start off with okay today at school and then it would meander off whatever the cats doing in the know about the dream last night and by the way my foot hurts and Alabama. What are you doing and then eventually we would get back to how they like Mickey Mouse which had nothing to do with the original story of course and then three or four days later they pop into that story. I was telling you about like. Oh Jeez so he comes in. He's swings the leg over the chair and chases around that Have we gotten ahead of that scene? Have we gotten to the part where the explosion of the backyard yet now because there's still much scientists that nobody should about we're not scientists scenes happened after the explosion right now before because they have to have the the explosion for the Geiger counter to go or the barometer to drop the gathering on the committee because he chases her around the table? After after the cost down. Yeah because the explosion scenes after happens after he goes Babylon's hits house. Yeah he comes back to. But but and that's how you know that that's another thing we noticed like there. He's outside his wife out there and he comes home and she's growing about going to church and also the bullshit. The meat comes down falls behind their house. Creases Aurora borealis explosion. Behind instead of him going to check it out. He says he's going to go. And look for it for like two fucking days. The entire sky look like a fucking nineteen sixties lava lamps. Yeah I mean it was weird. But he's going to bed. He's like no not not even remotely curious. I've Fuck my mistress tired tired Going to bed later in the morning my legs hurt. I'll check it out day. This thing hit like in back forty. Right over there wind was blowing fireball in the win. Came out of nowhere out of nowhere extended amount of time from all different directions inexplicably. Yeah Oh let's not forget while it happened. There's some dude. We never see his face ride a motorcycle the motorcycle he he falls on the motorcycle. The motorcycle hit the Bush. The Bush catch fire. Kurt Busch catches fire in chasing combust like normal people. He ran into the Bush yeah. He's he's gone stem road where he just came from never taken his helmet off is leaving thing on which is what normal people would do. Recycle tactile bushfire at then run into the bushes. Let's not call it. Normal people as call it. Wisconsin Wisconsin normal. Yeah there you go. I know this constant people. They're nice people. I know some to can't full of people I know but I know Texans were actually from Texas and moved to Wisconsin. So that's worse. Actually they're different. Can I'm just telling you this. Though the the frigging soundtrack is Academy Award Worthy. You know at least either that or the world's finest hog calling contest or something. I mean we're talking. This is some top notch music. Yeah so after. We have seen with the explosion of the backyard. We get when we get the chasing around. The table began because she shows up. She's in the pitch black room and he comes in with a gun and chases roundtable and vindicated are scientists. Who We we get on. Let me see we get about Five six seven eight nine nine minutes of scientists talk. That doesn't mean you can thing in his confusing as hell. They're making it up terms whether or not they're not just making up some terms they're making up but then they use real terms but they just randomly throwing the word yet like Dante. Langer our our hero Dr Female Scientists Dr. Yeah Who THAT'S HER NAME SCIENTISTS OUT FEMALE SCIENTISTS. Dr. Yeah she talks about the Gamma radiation. That is off the charts and the barometer falls because Gamma Radiation and barometers are related somehow. Because you're not a scientist clearly. I'm not assigned. Not all I do is make. He's a chemist chemists. You're not a scientist Weatherman. Okay so you have no idea what barometers. I don't understand how the planets were formed. I probably think that the mood came out of the Pacific Ocean NASA doctor. Let me guess. You're you're a flat earth there. Aren't you love goodness flatter? That's so nine hundred. Ninety eight with I believe in is concave Bowl Bowl that makes and finally I think the next morning after all drunk drunk ass gets out of the actually go to investigate the dam site after having their morning beers after the. Yes the Pierre's Oh my God I think what it was. It wasn't PABST Blue Ribbon. It was perhaps breakfast ribbon breakfast can. That's right but They go out to think by the size of this ridiculous explosion that she saw that the entire countryside be scorch and burn grass and like devastation. There's no brand grass. No there's nothing it looks like someone just like couple of shovels came in dug up a little bit. It's like whoever own. The land was got numbered. Don't you tear my land up? You make that little asshole. Leave me like that little. This whole is maybe five feet across. There's no fire film. You're stupid little film in my backyard. But don't you tear up my crop? I think there was like there's no crop. There's no crop now. He was walking through the field and he's like someone started a whole. That's where the the meat is. GonNa land right there. We ain't got dig on. It's already there. Yeah that was. That's like a tree that fell over what it is yes. It's a tree hole to stumble. Yeah they're off-stump holes and then what do you do when you go to a site? And they collect fucking raw rye. We'll take this moment to add that they had their PABST. Blue Ribbon breakfast beer. Our Special Reserve and straight whiskey are certified breakfast whiskies by the Breakfast Whisky Association of Texas and the Breakfast Whisky Association of America. Holy Hell my God. Those are real associations that me and a friend of mine created. In order to certify whiskeys as breakfast whiskies. Yes so you can have your cornflakes and breakfast with. Oh there you go on and my coffee lutely goes in your coffee. Coffee goes with your conflicts. That goes with your cheerios and it goes with good conversation. Mb Irish and drink my coffee wired desert go with Shitty nineteen seventy five giant spider horn. Goes well with everything? Yeah excellent it tastes great also tastes great befriends. So so they find these rocks. They don't know what those rocks are my life we're down backwards. Ass bumpkins walk up to a bullshit crater and start picking up all these fucking rocks. They don't enough this radio. You know any radiation poconos. And they're not hot. No high like you know you would expect a asteroid from yesterday too. Yeah they're not. Smoking is not warm. It's probably even hot from the sun is probably just cool as shit and they pick them all up. Put them in a bucket and taking home the up. Yeah as you would do. And they They they then. He then cracks it. Oh he temps a crack bangs on with a hammer on it with the other hammer. And then and then it breaks breaks falls of three or four table and then it breaks whenever it didn't just hit it with a chisel. He hit like three or four times and it just clinks sledgehammer rolls off the table and then finally get the shot of our first as spider. Find a spider finally. Come out of the fucking wrong. We see it but they don't they don't see it because it's right there these backward bumpkins crack this thing open. Think it's fucking diamonds inside when everybody and their mom knows what the Fuck Joan is the only. Obviously they didn't go to school because that's when you learn geodesy yes the only people who don't know that crystal the Geo crystals are not diamonds or people who've never seen dominance or would tell memories and you know you look at the size of your thumb. Yeah one time yeah you you never see a diamond. Is that big? Unless it's in the Royal Palace. Yeah apparently these bozos can't can't fucking openings rocks but despite US themselves apparently Apparently possess some kind of super human strengths open Aranguren phobic strength and they managed to just slowly openings Ryan crawl to forget what we don't know is that the latches on the inside like a trunk opens it from the inside. His action opens right up. Yep Yeah like an egg. Spaceship from work. I guess from the end when they see the diamonds when FCC DIAMOND. She suddenly loves to analysts. And he's just everything's GonNa be fine and now we find out that the baby died only jaw just like drop them in like. Oh by the way. Oh well I mean they. They probably killed it. But I mean that's neither here nor there in the you know they spend so much time laboriously building the story out and character development but like the real character development stuff like the baby died. Yeah like you know. Whatever throwaway line like this chick is Terry is her sister? They just toss it in one line. That's her sister. Sarah we live family and it's just they just got lazy. Say It's it's fun driving. Anuja fun driving this Shit. Ain't it was infuriating. The first time I watched it. So let's talk about some Spider Margarita. Showy married all right so tell us about writer. Bloody Marys all right so I know a thing or two about mixing drinks. Okay a little bit. I know a thing or two about making bloody MARYS. I know a finger to about drinks. That require blenders of at most drinks have require blenders. Have ice them. Which is why you use the blender to grind up the ice in you know mixed the mixed components together with the ice and everything's frozen drink. Yeah right you do not need to use a blender for tomato juice and vodka now again which she is now drinking and it's apparently lunchtime-ish I don't know I mean they who with them. Who knows eight o'clock in the morning? It's daytime well. It's light out. Yeah so has light. Yeah Abbas a fucking lush but she has her breakfast beer they went to the field and now she's back time so lunches. There was a break because he had left and he had come back. Yeah and she was there spider webs everywhere and. She's beside herself because they're spider webs. The I don't know what exactly the timeline is. But now she's upset because they're spider webs and. She mixes herself a drink. Well grabs the blender apparently so at at Fox pretty fast upset because there's spiders because like he's everywhere instantly. Yeah but I guess that makes sense. If you're drunk because like everything is bothering you. All of a sudden a neurotic drunk yet. There's a there's a there's a little bit of What's what is it call when? Shit. Don't run in you know they have spiders. Get to the fucking house of nudity cut nude here. Yeah Yeah Yeah. I'm sitting there going. Hannah fucked house offense. They just brought them. They just came back with rocks. But yet a minor webs all have to interject. You two are thinking to fucking logic. Yeah the first of all. We're giving too much credit. First of all let me answer yours. Oh okay Vodka and tomato juice in a blender that is called. It was contemplating Mary. Kay James has his body to get there so fast. They're focused space spiders. They spend they've been space and time spider many black holes the hand there is a little more inches in there is exactly. That's that's a call for I. Gotcha exactly we'll call later on in the show when we're talking about millions of black holes this is true and they didn't have super spider straight. Hey because they can break them drugs from the inside out here that other release the latch. Whatever what she doesn't see is that a blender cup in the dishwasher dishwasher rack which is where people keep Linda Cups right but it's not upside down so wasn't washy. Just do a fucking in their people do but one felt one crawled in there. She didn't as you do. When you grab a BLENDER Cup you don't look inside of it first before you portion and why it makes no sense. What would you even look inside? The spider is the size of her fucking head right and again as with all bender cups. It's clear see through glass so as I don't notice this multicolored. Yeah Porn Bach in there and then juiston blends see the fucking thing bobbing up and down in his name with the they have a disclaimer at the end of this that no animals were hurting. They weren't fighters killed fucked up spider. Because I wouldn't doubt that was a real spider inside that blender what but it may get a fake one inside the tomato because after that because they had the scene where they show the spider going into the blender thing in the rack but then they cut away the her grabbing her grabbing it so it could have been fake went in there however when he's out back again they wouldn't have recorded that part where they just dump the spider out. They only had three hundred dollars. Most of that was spit on the giant spider so by the volts lag when he killed spider with a shovel. That Kinda Kinda real because spiders kind of moving around and rolling. It was like that. Looks like a real spider. It'd kill they'd probably took one now. There's pita yeah fuck pita useless anyway. Spiders aren't real. Oh yeah anyway. So all right so she gratuitous just drink the spider seen it stop it and then Oh and then we get the get the scene. Where the the what's his face. The redneck goes to back to his house. Yeah Gio it's presented well now. He's decided that he's going to be rich. They decided they're going to be rich. He goes to his cousin. Billy's rock shop. Yeah because confirmed that the diamond authorities after the shitty little crystal isn't it wiped him on the on the glass the glass firm that their diamonds. Nothing else cuts glass diamonds at all. It's not like you can throw a baseball throughout. It's not just a regular sharp knife in etching. Glass Right. Yeah so he goes to his mistress his house and he tips her he gives her a big tip and while he's at the mistresses. How sure sure it's not has has decided that she's going to go to bed and she goes to bed. Like people in the seventies go to bed. The twin beds yes beds. We still don't have full size beds because we're not grown ups yet but she just takes off her pants so we long leg panty shot with the full button-down shirt and she's been drinking all fucking day. She's still during since breakfast. Still dragging she has. A glass of south is standing. I don't know yeah. She's got some amazing tolerance and that's impressive for the seventies after all that bullshit after she gets attacked by the spider yet but we can't mistress with the the radio. Yeah With the with the tips are with the crystal. And while he's at the mistress's House F. goes to bed. And it's just a weird awkward like nineteen seventies gratuitous Long leg paint. Seen right where she gets into the bed and she's laying with just the setup the shirt on her feet but like all the legs and yeah and then the spider the bed and attacks her and and then she gets chased out of the house. Because that's what you would do. No no no. She goes to the fucking dresser right opens. No she opens it. She's tries to close it but then she opens it again. Let's JUMP THE FUCK. Canada's is making comeback. This is one of those scenes that this was the best as long shot. They had. It's fine it'll do okay. And then and then she went onto the houses. Infect spiders yeah. So she runs into God. Damn check out the back and gets attacked by GUT DOWN PARTY CITY SPIDER PINATA swings down. The legs aren't even moving. See the string. It's horrible clever. They tried to disguise the string as Spiderweb. That was terrorist. Kinda slave labor so that bitch is dead. Hi Okay. So she's dead. He comes back for. He spent the night with the mystery. Comes back the next day looks for APP. She can't find a the. How would a mass weapons everywhere? But he finds Terry and the dishes if you know what I mean. She's half naked. Well yeah she's after she's wearing the little bra-top in hot pants as they do in the seventies and he says you know if you treat me really well I should have buried used married you. She's like I was at the time. Everybody's vomiting is A. He said she said I was eleven time. This is Wisconsin. Nancy okay. Johnson cringed so off but she gets the thing Oh and he said he she says I was eleven at the time. But I'm not eleven anymore now. I'm thirty two inches. Zoom in on the BOOBS. They do a slow pan up from the boobs to the fan and she's just staring at the camera like a bad porn actress and then she looks at her. Brother-in-law is just they contract. Since this is the only person in this movie they constantly sexual yes constantly allies and she's the youngest one right so gross very gross wrong gross ick so we we can. I don't think I don't think it was intended to be icky gross. At the time. I think it was intended to be like the the softcore porn type because even when she walks out of the room later and they like focusing on the butt crack zoom up to that that was. Just that was creepy. Yoki he also had the gratuitous boob shot later I guess that's when he goes to see cousin. Billy I guess I think he came back from there. But now we're onto the scientists which which honestly I felt like. We just need to just fast forward past all the scientists bullshit. They're talking about energy photo. Grams and base warps. She takes a picture of some black smear he stuff and holds it up to a map as it fits I. Don't they have a lab full of equipment that they never use now in one lousy Baker on top of a burner? Look you know and one look fucking land. One looks like a Sunday school teacher and the guy looks like a substitute chemistry teacher. Okay yeah though. There is one notable thing to note when the NASA Guy Meets the doctor. Chick comes to the lab and goes. I'm here to see your father. And she says well. My father died in nineteen fifty two and he says well. I guess that I'm here to see your husband. And she says. I don't think you're here to see my husband because I'm not married. I think you're here to see me Dr Lingam or whatever is so but it. Let's give all that bullshit. Go right to the good stuff. Yeah we finally get our reveal finding review which. I'm super excited full. So they you know they go out and do their. They've done their searches in the field. The scientists go and do their searches in the field and not surprisingly. There's no scorch marks and nobody finds the grass that he's growing that he mentioned earlier. The shows up nor the forty foot spider breath and is mysteriously hidden. Yeah Dan man there digs up. Some more jobs puts them in a bucket and okay so Dan goes back out of the field digging up some more codes that finds a vital but he has ever seen codes where where the bodies now have skeleton but the spiders have seemed to have bleach the skeleton. 'cause it's white is more like is white as a science class skeleton. Yeah it is science fast-melt thank God. Finally we're fifty minutes in fifteen minutes. Tv Kid our first decent kill. Oh my God it is glorious. Yeah it is. It is fucking giant to be fair molester. We have seen the kills we get. We get rid of of DOUCHEBAG. Dan Great we get to see the spider itself Let me get the fantastic visual of the spider actually eating Dan. Yes all once seen. This is the greatest thing backwards. Yeah because he eats them from the feet. That's as opposed to like normal people would get eaten by giant spider from above. That's right in the head down. He gets you get free like Dan. Falls on his back and kicks his feet up in the air and then jams them into the spider's feet quick. We was his mouth in films running out quake with when he did like a pull away shot where like was at the mouth of the asshole like the back of the Spiderman Chew in Latin but this fighter is fucking gigantic horribly animatronic but is so fucking beautiful. This is so bad especially after James Menu. Medtronic horrible costume design of the creeping terror that we sat through. Oh Jeez this thing is Peter Jackson. Fantastic okay compared to that shit all right. So we also have to make an honorable mention of the loggers who are apparently Ab- Randy bunch because they ask Helga who is fucking Dan. Right if she if she's fucking the loggers and they were having a problem with a last night. And apparently it's having a plow problem they ask if it's the loggers so loggers are clearly a problem in northern that you never see these loggers whenever I'm problem in the background. And they never show him than ever. They never see him. You never they never sean you never. They never referenced to them other than their approach their their nightmare problems. If there's a problem was it a logger and that's another one of those. Just random tossed in like the baby died. Yeah character development things that are just like there that would have been really good for them to use. If they'd have maybe spent more than three hundred thousand dollars in developing they totally could have blamed all the deaths of the cows. Whatever on the loggers right round for a rowdy bunch lagers causing trouble happens loggers. You know they're out there working. They run at all the Beavers Fox. We'll find some women working all day and yes super hard. Yeah Rusting Sleep all night. Yeah yeah unless they can't sleep right because you know the carousing and bars that's right back. Then dressed like prostitutes right and then they go out and kill and dismember and skin Counts loggers do. Yeah loggers do but bogeyed beginning of that no so we have to sit here and we have to make up our own. We have the story. We're making a fan. They fail US love because now we're sitting here making a better movie voted in this one. Yeah now I want to. It's not nearly as good if you WANNA see. I WANNA see logger crop on Dizzy. Plus you know. Lsu across over the logger chronic logger chronicles versus Zombie. That's what I want to see. Yeah there you go all right so aggressive So the next scene by the way this is also where I rage quit and through my notebook right. Yeah you're like I've done. Drinking not has now switched back and forth between day and night like six times. Within the same day the sexist yet with the scientists that sex shit with the daughter or niece or stepsister whatever it is it it's just a sister-in-law whatever but this he was fantastic. I have no more. Not just rage disgust. And after Dan died he he huffed he closed it through on the ground and important. And let me tell you. I can't take this. I need some booze. He didn't all in one motion was made. By the way you get to see and then you get a cousin with cousin. Bob Bob that was cousin cousin. Whatever BILLY BECAUSE BILLY COUSIN BILL? He shows up at the House for Dan and he starts hitting on a half naked half his age woman right because she had apparently just finished taking a cold shower and had time to put on her panties but no bra yeah and was drying her hair and walk through the door. I can't tell if she's using the towel or shirt because it looks like a fucking button up shirt. Yes really hard to tell and of course he just walked into the House and she had no shock. What's she like now you doing? Hi Yeah she just walked still just barely covers off and just whatever the and this is the same person who You Know Cousin Billy at the rock shop. Who was talking to Dan about how she needs a kind hand his yes who Take care of so. He's putting his hand on her shoulder. she's half naked disgusting. And then she walks out of the room and you get the gratuitous ass shot of Herreid. This is where they zoom into the crowd and neither off on my come on man. You Nasty fuckers. I mean don't get me wrong I mean I. It's good art but still if if she was hot. It'd be good artscience dousing at least Billy Billy finally Fuckin- leaves. Yeah and he's heading down the and I guess one of these Geo also point where. I have started rooting for the spiders. Oh I started to heal them all. Kill them all. Yeah cleanse the Earth. You always root for the monsters. Yeah fucker manages. I mean sometimes you root for the monster just to make a good show. I'm just rooting for the monster. To kill these fuckers done with them. No I'm with you there pad kissing cousins All right so billie driving down the road and his car gets caught by a spider web because that stops at nineteen seventies steel wag. The big spider was there to me. It just put what distracted him with the little spider in the car right. Couldn't it's the side of his hand at the Tarantula and he can't kill it now. Bill smears this motherfucker looked like Charles Manson though very much yearly Charles Marie yes and this is another one of the flaming bushes. They drove through so he drives to a gas station. But not the not the gaming Bush. Yeah he drives into actual gas station itself and his car just sits on fire like. Yeah if if this were today. Outlook courses in nineteen seventy five. So it's a woodshed. Yeah but if it were today would be as if he drove into the convenience store per portion of the gas station. Yes the tanks station so now. Let's talk about our favorite kill. Yeah when Terry. The Ho- is in the house by herself. She find puts a shirt on. She's not bad she's just drawn that way. My name is Ron bad. She just drawn flat and active poorly. All of a sudden. You get a shot outside the house. A wonderful wonderful shot outside the house and they put this gigantic fucking spider. M- like what what what animatronic on top of the house. No God has an arm in asleep I wanNA know how the fuck they drove VW tablet. Yeah like crated up there or something because I guess I need to find the blood on again and so we. We actually were talking about off Of Mike the because because like same with the cousin. Billy when the spiders took his arm in the windows all sudden blood everywhere. We were talking about the now. It's telling you that you know like Tarantulas. They sometimes can shoot their their hair's off their body into your face and defense mechanism. I'm not convinced so I'm thinking that these intergalactic spiders have razor. Sharp hair has to be something like that because they just graze them and all of a sudden. We're writing a story also lazy to write. I think I'm trying to add too much logical movie. That has no story here before. We've got a budget for smear this on your face so this is at fifty six forty eight so glorious shot of one side of the house and there's a the spiders on top of the fuck hell is bad beautifully. And how did they get the car? That's what game. Yeah and he sticks. One arm in the window grabs her by the face cuts her face. She runs out runs into a damn web and then the House the next apparently collapses somehow because next scene is the boyfriend showed up. The car and the house is like collapsed. They don't bother showing. It just wasn't in the budget and off camera. Different two different sets the set with the House isn't that have headed by. They shot elsewhere. There was another scene. Yeah deciding from the LUMBER STORE. Yeah so the So they're shooting at the stupid spider from with a with a twenty two are just a little twenty gauge a rim shot twenty whatever rifle from across the damn it. Yeah so the scene is is him shooting at it and then you see. The spider is often the field and the distance right spry just cruise alone. Don't give a shit. Yeah yeah fairly bulletproof yet. Bulletproof can't be killed bullets now and then the day is saved because here comes that are heroes the science and I still and he still wearing his vast and yeah yep he's got around here reminds me of Mr Duncan from home alone two. Yeah he's he's got one outfit that little at the beginning show when you know when does be sure your flight leaves what are you. What are you packing for the trip? He's like I'm wearing my luggage album of all. He's he's in trouble because that shirt got dirty. I did it did but yet time stopping it laundry though yeah blue. And so they're talking about what the spiders might be and how to get rid of them. And then sheriff skippers fielding calls about a mob forming up by the local warehouse or whatever and we get a shot of the mob. Formula Open is a bunch of redneck hillbilly with the bar owner. Helga boss rabble. Yeah and so you get that shot. And they're all just out there and they're all like yeah. We're going to get this and inexplicably. Why are they even forming? Why are you even doing this? If you're GONNA go chase down spider that you like how do they know about this first of all? Why hasn't the town been quarantine are sequestered when as Goddamn forty foot spider running around bright? Why letting everybody run around? They got a fair going on guys. Yeah Barbecue and chicken grew switch. I may add has attracted the spider. Apparently he likes from chicken giant fireball three days ago. Yes like and everybody's like okay. We're just fair. Yeah but we who doesn't like fried chicken now even spike. Yeah and and they were playing pool. Yeah they're warming the mob standing around the pool table. There were a couple people playing pool balls around the table. I think they were playing pool with the shotguns as their cues who I think the director was. Just the thing can't play pool with a shotgun. You need a rifle. Because this guy they ran out. They overran and came back to a split. How are you GONNA shoot? How are you gonNA shoot the ball shotgun? I mean it's a long Barrow. You could probably do it well. But YOU'RE GONNA you're gonna hit the other balls. Didn't think this out. Yeah said so within but all of a sudden in in that in that same scene we get introduced her not even induce get shown another deputy that ran up there. We weren't before but there's some mustache. Deputy just doesn't get any and you know he's on the same police force because his shirts halfway unbutton as right proper. You don't have the same as right. That's absolutely right. Yeah and we don't get close up to the face without the hat. Thank God so the in the best part about that forming of the mob scene in the bar yet they formed the mob in the bar. Go outside and then the softball team comes in runs in to jump into the trucks and start to go. And then when the when the deputy sheriff shows up he's like everybody stop everybody stop and the guy from the the bar owner just kind of goes around his back and gets in the car and leaves. Yeah just like as the sheriff there. It looks that way over there and leaps. They're still in their baseball fan and they're going to hunt down the spider. They're pregnant on. What their cleats or some shit and this is an hour long. Build up to like this dramatic climax. That then goes for another twenty minutes. Yeah we get this super long. And it's not on time scene of like in the middle of like town square. Yeah and they're all like the spider come up one st and they all run after but then he's random shots of people being dragged on this. This is after the attack on the fair and it didn't show the spider didn't need anybody and it attacks the fair. That's right because running in front of the car so you don't see BIA now. Because it's like they shot off a pistol because the entire wild started running at the exact same yeah. That's hilarious like okay. Everybody really go. Yeah take off. This is the yeah. This is the movie on the gas. Run some of the folks over at least you can. Just you can hear director off camera saying everybody stay together. Everybody stay together. Run everybody stay together everybody together. Stay in front of the car. We have enough money for Wide Angle Lens. Get One show. Count people but this but this next thing confuses had seen the another thing about this. Like whole crowd is running down the street. And then you see people coming from the side of the crowd enjoying like. Where are you coming from spider your way running towards the spider crawling away from the spider turnaround would probably hidden? You're safe. You refine you. Also people just didn't care now it's so frustrating yes I don't know if it could have been better but it now that now. Oh Man I'm so glad it was because there's so much talk about what that scene God I mean. We're in the the first truly nighttime. Yeah like it was intended to. They're all just standing around these at night. Wait for spider. Show up now I take it back. This is the second nighttime because the first nighttime scene was windy meteorite fell out. There's actually like five nighttime scenes. Just happen to be on their same. This town does not have proper times race. Were done at eight. Yes so what it is they. They filmed everything out of order throughout one day. And then just cut it at ways ahead swear to God. This mob scene the riot footage whatever it is the carnage seen. This is what this is. What the whole thing was built up to see we have ambulances. We have people getting carted away. We have dead people You know people getting rolled over so you can see the blood smeared on their face. Yeah but you didn't see any of it now down but you know. What's what's what I find so weird about this particular scene. As at the the film stock they use the cinematography the use. It looks like a riot from like please camps or something because it's so grainy and so it's it's film channel seriously and because like the angles are used for like the people that are on the ground with blood on their face. Looks like people who were beaten up in a riot and you're like Holy Shit. This looks pretty pretty intense. But then they cut to the scene of the spider in the middle of the FUCKING STREET. Moving out as it moves forward. It loses off contention that thing and you just like never mind. This is a fucking suspended spider but your rockets gets fantastic. You're right the mob. Scenes could have been cut out of actual stock footage with an actual. Yeah Yeah Yeah and it looks so serious but then like they cut to the spy overlaying the mind the preacher screaming about the kingdoms and of animals earthquakes and Blah Blah Blah. Yeah I saw that we finally. I don't do some signs with Jomo tonight. Truck bomb neutron bomb to rose Larry of the black hole. That's better candidate. Brought the spider from the other Galactic Empire whatever bullshit with more science words in the barometer and gamma rays and x rays from the ground right now and then there's a stethoscope some sort of a Vietnam but it gets better because they're gonNA drop the bomb when they launched the flare right and the the deputy. The scientists that know the deputy mustache deputy. Yeah is supposed to pull the trigger on the bump but mustache. Deputy gets eaten by the spider. Okay okay. That's right. That's right so mustache. Deputy gets eaten by the spider. You know he he. He shoots at him and he jumps on him and he punches on him he knew the gun and he throws the gun and man and this is the scene where he's getting eaten by the spider and he's actually jumping up into his mouth. Yeah to make sure that he gets the this. This was the longest the longest fucking ever because it took him ever to get eaten by the focus. Bite I know like he kept grabbing onto the spider. He looks like he's trying to get his feet up in their fallen in there right. Yeah it's like the seven crew hands was the one who was supposed to pull the trigger. Didn't get a hold of his. Yeah yeah so so the cutback with the scientists who are the car the The lady scientists had car so she runs back to the car to get the flare gun because he conveniently forgot the flare gun right. The one thing he needed to one job he had. He had one job so she goes back there while she runs back to the car. Deputy mustaches fighting the spider. So she goes back to the car and the crack open the spiders and everything and she screamed because she's a girl and she knocks the briefcase off the the car grabs the flare gun runs back boy scientists who grabs the flare gun because she can't shoot the photograph because she's a girl. Do shooting guns shoot a gun? So deputy mustaches. Been eating for and he holds the gun up in the air. They didn't even have money in the fucking budget now. No let's just okay when he's holding a gun when holding a gun up in the air. It is clearly dusk your rice dust because you can see you can see the sky. It's daytime either. Immediately he holds the gun up. They don't show the flare. Go out of the gun merely cut to a flare coming down. They couldn't afford the flares they show a flair coming down. But it's coming down against a nighttime sky. They couldn't even find stock footage of a flare coming down at dusk but then they dropped the bomb or the spider reverse burns. They set fire. Somebody pulls the trigger on the bomb. Right wasn't deputy mustache because he's inside the guts of the spider right and then there's an explosion but it's a reverse explosion because I guess neutron bomb blew up in verse. I don't know I don't know. Sucks all the fiery nights is boy but then The next scene the fires going out. And there's Nash potatoes and ice cream ice cream melting off the spider. And swear to God for the. You've loyal viewer listening at home. That's what it looks like ice cream and ice cream mashed potatoes and just melting off spider state. Looks like we don't know why like what. Somebody's spraying The somebody spraying damn whipped cream out of the eyeballs. Yeah Oh yeah yeah because I was mainly the jizzle all over the place. Yes yeah and then to sign. The scientist later walks up to the scientists man complains about or scare saying it might happen again and then well how do we know? It won't ever have it again. Oh my goodness frame he and read it. Yeah Free Credit and and Preacher man screaming about Joe's relief because if anybody's if anybody could see the look on this guy's face right now. He was ready to throw his bottle high premium stuff at the screen. Yeah they cut it off at eight minutes and I swear to God if it would have gone ninety pissed they could have like finished telling the story in the additional two minutes but oh my God is. He would have been wasted two minutes. They shouldn't right right there. There's your problem you said. They could've finished story. They never fucking started this. Don't I know there was no story in his movie? Could've told us about the baby. I was more about the loggers. I know I wanNA fuck logic. Are The French Canadians? Come from? I don't know where Wisconsin. Wisconsin isn't near Canada so it would be the Canadians. I don't know are they mad? Max Loggers what is going on? I don't know but some other factors paid fifteen million dollars to watch this piece of ship. Somebody went and paid two dollars per person who dial seven million seven and a half million times. They a director's cut. That woulda bought me eight candy bars back in the day to now so if that I seven million dollars to candy bars now. At the theater. The theater yeah. I'm talking about no. I'm real life by eight candy bars for two dollars. Cassani fires he lost. Buys you fucking house now like when spider movies you're done well like Arachnophobia? And a great movie right. Yeah it was a great the creep. Me Out Yeah. It's a very creepy. And they're done badly. I start rooting for the spiders to kill everybody in the movie. Him All wipe it. Clean this one. Let the spiders live now. That can catcher's Mitt says motherfucker. I wanted him to die. Yeah that that motherfucker needed to die But Yeah I was thinking the same thing when I was watching as I said now. Ratna Phobia was a work of art. That was great. It was fantastic on good. It was fantastic and eight. Legged freaks to me was stupid. Yeah this have you all ever seen spider. That's going to be some point though after. Yes that's a relatively new movie and it had the head of the COP dude from heroes. Whatever his name was Matt something? I don't know how it's terrible. Yea I think that'll be an end. Some point spoiler alert. I don't WanNa Ruin A. Is there a big ASS spider? There is a big aspect but the question is was he attached to a VW beano. Then he's is cool. This was a real big ass spider. They grew it to be one hundred feet which I just wouldn't be. A spider can spiders at eight. But Yeah Yeah. That's just like a centipede. At that point yeah something all right. Well let's let's get into our our scores. Start with Joe. Joe Absolutely. Give us your school's special guests and why he scored at that way lead. Yeah man you know. The last time I I came in washed movie with the all it actually went up in rank when I came in. Okay I don't think this one actually goes up in rank. I'd I don't ever want to watch this again unless I've just rage watching it two times around out leave it at four okay for all right. We're just we're once was enough and it did not get better the second time I enjoyed watching it with y'all but the movie was not better the second time the first four once his death Damn he's a man of few words. Yeah he comes to the rating. Four terge does it. That's it straight to for James. How about you all right? Well me a little nostalgic for me because like I said I actually saw this movie. And it's theater run The acting was a lot more horrible than I remember. They monster was way more horrible than I remember. But the fact is I still found it. Funny the scientists were as fuck. I'm actually GONNA go. You know for the style just sakes. I'm going three out of five on this one. Okay says yet. You want to drink heavily while you're watching this one but it's you know for me. It was worth it. I can't give it to because it's just not that good and not as good as I thought anyway. The mystery science theater gets a one. Oh Yeah that was definitely. Oh yeah but this version new. Yeah no I actually. I'M GONNA agree with you on that. I think three is going to be my score because you do want to have at least share it to friends like I have with you guys and you definitely want to drink heavily while watching it which we have not drinking heavily but we have drinking yep and ranking drinking drunk and got a new for we got a new rage. Watch like that to be completely fair. The whiskey is not heavy the bottles more heavy than the whist. That's true that's very true. Yeah by and we didn't drink a lot of it. That's that's what I'm saying. We didn't drink too much of it. We drank probably three or four shots so and by we I mean you. Yeah Joe's I can't tell you this shit I can't tell us down the shots like his water. Yeah yes I'M GONNA go three so our before we get round up once you go on record and say all wrong. It's definitely Ford noted. That's all right no problem want you Go ahead one more time square and tell everybody else where they can find. Joe Will Ladies and gentlemen this delicious Whiskey that we're are featuring today. The old uncle distilling company special reserve and straight whiskeys available SPEC stores across the state in early in two thousand twenty. You will be able to find these fine whiskies in stores. All across the state including total wine twin liquor goody goody and specs also finer apothecary is near you that are independent from the more they will absolutely carry this whiskey. Especially if you go in and ask your proprietor of that local establishment to carry it. 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LCB Ep. 294 - Top 5 British Things/People, Enola Holmes Review, Vin Diesel's New EDM Song, and Howie Mandel Jimmy Hats
"I'm not I'm. Dominant Around. Fifty and beyond. Me Can get me out of this message. Finish off your. Sh might pay. You can't handle the truth. Maybe not. Maybe Fuck Yourself. Shoot your. Kid. One poll. Dot Day of. What we've got here is Saying yes, just. Well we're going. We don't need roads. Your starting. All kmarts episode to ninety four. Jeff Flow Ken Jack Trevan Zaveri British episode today reviewing a Nola homes on Netflix and they were doing the British draft. Where we can draft as long as British, you can draft it. You can as long as it's British, you're allowed to take it. In thankfully, I can't think of any house of cards characters. I've taught my head that were British all the original house of cards was British. Technically all of the American could house of cards characters. Derived from British beef from British imperialism. We did almost, we were very close today to having something happen that never happens on this pot, and that is the tri factor on NFL. Sunday, for all three of our team's win. That didn't happen. Ken Jack You're did by the way you're muted or Ken Jack Short End of the stick there as he is the one who catches the loss this week on the on the for the dumbest reasons to we can ladder playing. Team just played the jets things turn out different. Yeah. He would have scored. I believe. A hundred percent of equity catches that that's absolutely a touchdown but by the way guess who's British. Kathy motherfucking. The cares Kurdish. Option yeah actresses. British. Atkinson the movie hornish name conceive, Punt. By the way NFL's on right now there's there's a person in the superdome wearing a devil. Rays Jersey. Sick actually love that I don't like that move go home. Limited seating to give it to one of those annoying super fans. Up to I want to know this is the first time ever done this pot the browns have a winning record. So that's pathetic We almost had all three teams. The were winning record that was almost almost an incredible. You tweeted today the aided the browns. Oh no they they're. They're they're. They're they're not good. When they're of over five hundred, I will take that. I won't complain about that but they are not good. So at least we can we is stripped away all. Smoke and mirrors I. Don't think that's how smoking merest stripped away but. Whatever it it was an enjoyable game shutout. Leeann. We've lot of Philadelphia listeners sorry about that. punting tie is tough. Wolf. So, something happened something happened today they. They didn't talk a whole lot about any of the NFL coverage is that the the want brothers were were all playing in San game today Yep all three of them from the terminal. Off Three. All three is all three subway guys in one game is that the most subway spokespeople in one game before? has to be. I don't think jared ever lined up across from Syria hands Iraq though. Tuck Griffin game of does not. Doesn't nine. He's GonNa Freshman Baylor whatever subway jared snap of the ball to rg three. Evading the Michael Strahan sack. Is Retired by that point. So I imagine some people. Okay. So if you're listening to instances yes, like. Subway. Spoke people past and present but I mean active subways folks people. Because I know talking. Strahan. But I don't know if Tuck was inactive subway guy when he win Strahan was not not retired Seidel you can find that out today could have been the records Might have been. I don't know. I just. Can't. The the phrase subway spokesperson. At it's It's just conjures up You know what? I've been too focused on subway jared in the last two months I don't know why I just there's something about going down to Google search rabbit hole like so many celebrities, Bennett pictures with and all the celebrities go hey, it's subway jerrell being a picture with you and then another PR teams really just tried to Google Scott I I think I think maybe they don't care but I. Just it's a bad look I think to be in a picture with subway jared. Also note this too though. Is that. To me. The bill? Bella. Check subway commercial have you seen that one? Yeah. I only like that one very much. No there's wonder he's sitting on a bench. Now that's the fakest subway sandwich of all time. Is like a forest gump It's just yeah it's way. It's actually the fakest sandwich remember in a commercial. There's no sandwich of that size that you can hold like he holds that where it doesn't just flop over and fall apart. What's the best part mean? What's the best part of that whole process subway? The best part yeah. Like you. Do you. Do you guys like the I guess the step up step up to the plate where your bread or do you like the dressing the sandwich part or do you like Do you get in the Combo at the end or? Dressing is the dressings exhilarating par or like whatever you get on it because you are sitting there hoping that it's it's done well, right like you're you're hoping that it's it's yeah, right it's done 'cause like a aaa today for example, I went to Japan. And I asked for for light on the on the hot sauce I just sometimes it gets and then you're just eating just. To spite inches too much for to bowland. Like I like spicy too much and I asked light incredible amount. I would never make them Redo the. Burrito. But I had that moulder I'm like well, this is gonNA be a struggle. This is going to be it's going to be an unfortunate burrito but like last week I had when I was like perfect amount. So I think the the sauce in the dressing portion of anything like make your own salad place is all that that's exhibit because I'll never make 'em Redo it unless like the lid came off the entire fucking bottled dumped on it like a salad that I make him Redo it like it's it's a it's an intense few seconds, the salads at subway or just the funniest thing 'cause it's it's like come on we're trying our best. On this is a salad. What's the most underrated thing at subway Cookie exist. Yes. I think the I liked la I like, yeah I like their cookies Dan. There and they're eminem chocolate chip cookies are. Oud never had those. Yeah. If you if you find yourself at a subway. EMINEM chocolate chip cookies they're very good at subway. Describes or too thin by the way, there's to the opposite in size of McDonald's too thin. Soup promoter health conscious image when you when you saw, they don't want you to slow down that fuse to fast. That the what do you call? It was something I saw today links body spray, which is something I haven't thought about tightening. Do you remember that inge. I remember it because it's it's like the Who owns who owns a? At Unilever clever. Gambler gambler you'll ever. Yeah. Trying to pronounce it already gave the answer. Yeah. I must to. Product proctor in Gumbel proctor Dr. Gumbo? I. WAS GONNA say Crocker and Gambler. Bryant, Gumbel. Anyway. Look look I Actually, kind of like axe body wash. Body washed. Disagree with you there. But. Body spray was never wasn't around when I was in that age demographic. Fourteen. You're we just little water polo sport. It was it was a bad time to be anywhere in the vicinity of men's locker and because that's always smell like was. Very. Well, would we were in? Undergrad they did acts would like give out samples like gangsters like. Very much in vogue in two thousand and three and gave out samples on campus, and then we duct tape the sprayer down and the toss them into people's rooms, dorm rooms and closed the door. And it was it was called axe bombing which I'm sure is pretty and it's not only. Yeah like now I'm not saying we invented it but I'm just saying we did it along with the. Thousands of other idiotic. Males College? Campuses. Maybe females to I I don't know it just seems like they're a little bit smarter than doing that. I've I've only one time by the way speaking of food asked for people to send us something and that was the copy of scary movie three, which we have like thirty of them now. But I am going to ask if anyone has the connect and I'll pay for it. I want the Travis Scott Cactus Jack Action figure. I one three, there's three. Thing or they're they're gonNA make more don't do the giveaway there. No make more. So yeah, they're giving away on twitter. I never wanted a piece of memorabilia more in my life why I don't know there's there's something about owning that. It's GonNa be hilarious and like twenty years hilarious for like two seconds. But I'm going to be like I own a piece of fast food history. Yep Kanye Jack, you're going to be you'd be sitting there. They cook in a rat over an oil can. Drink like the road and somebody somebody will like. You'll be able to barter that CACTUS. Jack, for an AK forty seven or some shifts I mean very useful. That's going to be the suffice deter future. Yeah. It's Vice Milan Spice Milan Jr Cactus Jack Action figure. anything else happening. At my parents which I like Orange Yeah met my parents. That's why might quality I didn't bring my Moore used to bring my podcasting Mike when I went on trips and I just I gave up doing that because. Every time I went through airport security. They'd pull the Mike out and then like it's basically just like being interrogated for being podcast or. I don't like that like that stigma. So I just I just use the apple headphones, but it is a is nice. Going back to your parents as a thirty six year old man having. Mom. Cook dinner for you. As a thirty, six year old man there's there's no shame. Dinner, tonight I'll just like grilled salmon green beans is real simple but. They make they make really good salmon and I don't I don't like to cook proteins in my own home. Can you can you elaborate on that a little bit that I just I just I. Just don't like to. Don't like to make proteins I don't like to just don't like it so I'll just buy like pre cook chicken breasts or something like that. No use that is a pro team, but I just don't like the smell that it leaves in my current living situation my own personal, not really personal because I mean specifically now with Fisher dish with any protein, any protein I just don't like it it not just the current the current house. It just permeates. It's like living in a subway. It seems like the smell when you cook approaching goes through the vent and then the vent distributive back into the carpet system like there's there's underneath the carpet that just puts the chicken smell back into the carpet smelling chicken for weeks. I think if some fucked up carpet I, this is this is the most insane thing you've ever said to us. Yeah. I, disagree with you on this big time I mean I'd I'd look I'm weird man I got my on. On things like I currently don't have a grill like I used to have a grill and east used to build my proteins on the grill outside and I like I like that separation of. Cooking the proteins outside versus you have a secular household for proteins. Jesus Christ. Eight, a lot of vegetables we eat a lot of vegetables. Or meat would be more on your menu if anything gluten allergy. I I need I. Just I just don't don't like if I do cook protein, my wife will make something slow cookers while. But then like I don't like. I don't frying. Know just like in skillet it it just makes makes the house like. Just the ventilation of the current House Aman is very poor. I'm not saying I've never done it before saying that maybe. Yes I. Need a good. Yeah I need a good hood just doesn't have a good. Stuff the Finder Hood sometimes you know what I mean. Let's Is that the hood. Only be clear. This is the clitoral hood I'm looking at. That's a great segue for Roman sponsor of our podcast week most guys who tried different ways to last longer but thinking about it works now thinking about baseball the post season starring good luck. Tell you all ends out there whether you're protein gets cooked. Early Not in your house folks a romantic I guarantee there are people listening agree and who you like, who even poorly ventilated household kitchens or apartments with kitchens that they just have a very hesitant. Mindset in. Terms of. Cooking. Protein. Incredibly, small apartment with no ventilation. The smoke detector goes off, with heat. But you still. Like. Adding skills. You like cooking. I don't like it. I don't like it like you get an enjoy her naturally the actual act of Cook. I hate he's the best man I think you would like it if you got into it. I don't know I just I used. I made some scalps yesterday at the nice lemon butter sauce, and then also made enough rato to go along with these Etta Mommy Mung Bean Pasta thing where it's like, oh, it's like a lower carb carb option pasta. It was fucking delicious. It was. By the way people asked like like healthy snacks they're like, Oh, you've been doing though the weight loss I go through like. Ten bags of frozen and Mama, a week now then mommy rules little. Micro little salt just as all eat. Lunch Dinner Breakfast Than Mommy Try that Amami. Noodles. They've a great degree dinner and high protein high fiber sounds pretty good. I've been eating a lot of just just raw radishes. Get the fuck. Over radishes you'd Freak when I'm when I'm doing it. 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It is fast and furious related, and that is vin diesel. In Two thousand and twenty released his debut single feel like I do produced by. Cargo known for music but known for a lot of mashups and up their artists Big Name if you don't okay goes. Love. Cargo. This song is fuck at first. So many reasons what it is, what it's supposed to be four the Kelly Clarkson video of the debut of this song with the virtual Ati with the virtual crowd on the on the screens it's just. UNBE. About? This is. Definitely. There Hoven. Your right that Kelly Clarkson clip felt like something out of like avair hoven. Movie. Truly. It was very. Bizarre the best way to put it. Yes. They could just opener some shit. No, it was just like it's like here's here's the future right? Like here's this shitty version of the future we actually got. That's what that felt is it's It's Shitty music by. Alike an actor that lot of people feel very passionately about, but I feel like it's in a very ironic way with. People on these screens dancing to something. They're not even played the music for the people dancing screens like there's like just dance freestyle and they just they just they just play the hamster dance. It's like, Hey, dancer, the Hamster Dance Song they did. I think the best part about the entire thing like the song is whatever I think the song would actually killed in two thousand eleven. It's just I. Don't think the taste is appropriate for today but I think the picture on the album art is the funnier part because it looks like one of those like, Hey, you up snapchat pictures the Vin diesel on and off angle selfie with a smiling as yeah. Damn please don't run away. You're so sexy ha ha Something like that. They go out having the time of my life with my friends off camera. There off camera drink like we have this would have been. The weird thing is a song would have been fine in two thousand eleven. It's really it's really well produced like I like. I like all that Buckeye goes goods. So that's not shocking to me his voice singing is it just? To something so. I'm like I'm enthralled by it or because it's obviously vin diesel is the. Because if that came out and You know if that was one of like idiom songs just had like basically an anonymous vocal which like a lot of them do in urine in the club like in your only two drinks in and you heard that you'd be like voice sounds like a lot like vin diesel but kind of banks but it's like gallon tires song hinges on the fact that it is been diesel But I if I respect I respect like it's kind of the weird thing is like actors wannabe musicians, musicians wannabe actors, and so you get these like at fifty three years old you know then diesel going pursuing his dreams of making music I encourage I think is great him and Jeremy Renner both They're just you know it's not it's not. It's not all better if they didn't introduce it as Vin diesel song one of those examples I can think of is like the song that plays in mission impossible fall out in the club I forget the name of the song. But I remember we looked into it a little bit and it found turns out the Sasha Grey's the focal on that. Song. And I was like, Damn. That's kind of cool. Cool learning at later. But like the fact that I listened to this full knowing that has been diesel all I think about was like listening in and honing in on his voice in Maine like wiseman diesel singing in cd-roms Song Right now. But otherwise again, the beat like you said, sky go it's not that bad. I. The weird thing is is like I wonder what that promotional supply chain or whatever better word is that like going into the Kelly Clarkson show and that being the vehicle for the debut of this song just very weird like what would like what's the best case outcome you think going through? Vin diesels head is this something that he was just like Hey That's what I've always wondered that then diesel has to be in on it somewhat like of me he's got to be very aware of. The public's relationship them in the fondness that the public. Just basically in terms of being a Hembo right like that's his entire public public personas just him being kind of like he's probably very smart but I think part of like that relies on him just kind of Lake. The perception just being him like meathead basically. Yeah. I think like part of this this seems like very on brand with that. So this is a big branding exercise just to keep like. The public focused on the fact that. He wants people to think vin diesel is this than than I think mission accomplished if he is going to release it, hit song if that was his goal. A. Decline I don't know I unfortunately. I was sad for a moment here because I, I thought this was a song for. Fast and furious, and it's Nah I read it wrong But. The idea that they're like the fast and various pitch meeting like we needed another song, we need to see you again. We need another one who should do it and he just leans over then he he's like. Older May. Chief keep it in the family. My then diesel voices basically did Jayme Gum from silence of the lambs. He just he enunciates less and less every fast and furious. I said that many times just turn into a series of Caveman. Grunts. It just does move his mouth. I do love. A water down the throat there Nice in hydration. So actually pulled us. CNN entertainment I am very happy and the Ark lie pulled up because this sentence is incredible these two sentences it's the first time that fifty-three-year-old Father Three releases on music fans have heard him sing before videos him performing Karaoke to hit songs by reorganise. Ham. Smith. Beyond say and bill withers have been all over the Internet for nearly a decade. I love you that his Karaoke Performances Evans inspired people to beg for music. Because he said is instagram post for. So long he's district posted has one point one, million likes by the way for so long I've been promising to release music encouraged by you. Vin Diesel tweet if this post gets one like our leasing EP and there's one leg from adventure. But that's the thing that that's that's also the weird thing about celebrities. So you know like bts right gigantic following The Beehive and the. Swiss cheese like the gigantic fallings huge rabid fan bases. But as we've seen with the Jeremy, Renner APP like pre infiltration of everyone else for these diesels like. A list. Right. But he's not like a-list in the same way like is, but but for the celebrities that are kind of just like. Like Jeremy Renner Vin diesel, there is a small but very vocal and die hard fan based for these artists. You can definitely see how like if you're in this Echo Chamber and getting this feedback, you would you would kind of maybe feel like a lot of people were wanting to hear you saying when it was just eighteen people send you forty five messages every hour do Bruce Willis. Super fans call themselves die hearts. And it sounds like a joke it's a dead serious I'D GET ASSUME That has to be right. It's a it's a Gimme. I couldn't imagine being a bruce. Willis superfan. But you know they exist because a superfan exist for everybody. WHAT ARE WE GONNA call? VIN diesel at 'cause it's going to be happy Wednesday for sure right like that's going to be his version of Rennes Day. But what does this APP GONNA be is Interest. Movies it's. Will anywhere to start with at within but The interesting APP. And Its vin diesel giving investing at Vin investments. I don't. Ma'am. I just look I. Just know VIN diesel. Is Boys. What did this would have worked in two thousand eleven at the at the front tale of the EDM wave. In terms of mainstream popularity I like I buy it but it it leans too heavy on the fact that it's been diesel to do it. I don't know I kind of feel like it's a joke and he's in on it. So I don't want a document points for but I'll tell you this. VIN diesel great in an untuckit shirt. Yeah for sure. He says like the Kinda. Guy that the untuckit shirt is made for did you see this shirt? The Rock was wearing in the whatever political message that he put out. God could not get a size tired of that. It looked like a it looked like A. fucking. Like render ill take render writer for. Some sort SORTA like iphone game where WWe As Iraq. Played a win WWe game. You're being trained by the Rock and that was like cartoon rendering. And he looked like a cartoon character. MAZING. Here, I'm trying to tell you something very serious wearing size fog immensely medium shirt. Only cut cut like I know it's Not only it's natural in the sense is on Audie, but it did look a little accent, all injections. Rush wraps just insane. Yeah. Just those Russian pictures of the just were something gets to the point where it just looks so unnatural. But. Yeah. I, mean look like that. That must be made. That's that's gotta be straight up black. Adam right there. That's the work that's gone into that which is crazy to think about like now he's like well, I gotta get really sat for Black Adam like fuck Hercules was the minor shit. It's time to get a workout though kind of actually start working out into the Iron Paradise or whatever. It is no more cheap meals for me that I definitely eat. E all of them he's just he's just eating seventeen thousand calories of tunafish day. Rockwood rocky wants a male thin. No thanks chief. Mustard and this it's tuna-fishing spend edge. Wrapped up. cuddled. Fishing Spiritus. That's that's in diesel. Speaking of black atom by the way our good friend this hodge didn't play Hawk man in been blackout now yet. Now, nowadays have to come on for that movie he has to bring the rock with. Requests. We asked them. He answered straight up or questions about Tom Cruise's ass I mean, why wouldn't you bring the Rock with them I? Just I don't I don't find what we're requesting that. Crazy. So. called. Call The rock. He would do that. We just gotTa make a fantastic chairman of. Videos where You know that were popular like five years ago where people jumped backwards into the water then they reversed it was like the avengers jumping up onto a dock you gotta do that but with. Tara Monitor stumping for jumping into a pool of nothing Muhterem on and you just you come out near blisters you're dying. Full Pool Tarum on it Tequila Oh. What if we did the entire ad but like we thought that his brand was aviation Jin. Merged we love Jim thanks rocky but I don't think I. Don't think the Rockwood pick up on that. It's gotta be something that the rest of the Rockwood put on his account on Tuesday because he e e every Tuesday on tear on Tuesday he he picks like five videos and he puts them up on there and people are starting to people were picking up on it that they can get highlighted by the Rock. They put little effort into it because I think the videos are getting more and more creative week by week. fucking. Dove caught on and didn't like it. Would if it was like what if it was just a video were looking like a woman was about to have a baby and being rushed into an emergency room and then like on from underneath the covers the bottle of Tirumala came out. And everybody was just super happy they like maybe that would work. Got To think no I. Don't think he'd pick up on that one. He doesn't like the gruesome. What if what if what if you did the final scene in inception? And then you cut it. So where? Suspending bottle a upside down. Or the Shawshank redemption seen except instead of rain he's coming out. So happy to be drinking chairman Tequila. It's a frame by frame as a bottle of Tirumala being added to the shot. Droplet of rain is a tear Monticciolo. Bodily just getting pelted to death. Lastly for the First Avenue actually where it's GonNa roll through news here's a headline. Reading this word for word from screener. Hot Wheels film moving forward with now you see me three writers. Hell Yeah. Movie the. Hasn't been released. which will be a sequel to a fairly shitty movie and now you see me to. I would say, not not even just fairly shitty movie but extremely shitty sequel. 'cause I thought the first one was decent. I one, but I can give you that I'll give you decent. A. Decent. But I mean, holy. Is this is going to be like need for speed. Like he's going to be anything in the hot. Wheels. How does it work are? mean. Certainly. You couldn't go the cars route. Make hot wheels. Cars Right. To the CARSIDE. who what companies making it. I guess is a good question right? The towel. Mattel. Mattel films. Okay. With her brothers I kind of feel like you know do they go? Do they go like the Lego movie route where? I mean. I don't know like how I'd like. I don't know what to do here because when I think hot wheels I, think of you know like obviously like the little little bitty cars. But I think the station, the sets, right? The ramps something's GonNa come too late something's going to be animated. As to happen right. Like the cars have to be active in this. What's GonNa be a CGI movie because it's going to be a movie for kids again CGI animated movie but I I. Don't know what the you know like. the car is GonNa talk or they're going to be animated humans interacting with the cars like what's the? What's the conceit behind getting these hot wheels illustrated out on Camera Also hell hotter the wheels. SATs also, very That's gotta get Michael Bay on that 'cause he's just he'll get the hottest wheels you've ever seen. Worth asking about the. The wheels going to be. Looking you need. You can't actually that's for sure a question at an executive in Hollywood ask. How I'd argue eels. Measure wheels scorching wheels these wheels sixty degrees agree pump up those a rookie numbers. These look these wheels are going to make the wheels and the fast and furious movie look like what the fuck and hunchback of Notre. Okay. Drill. Wheels fucking on the scientists finally cold. A. Great. A great me finally. Wheels. Do they really do that. Yeah. Somebody's done. It is Yeah. For sure someone made the original one. What was the original one? The original one was It was a hot cold thing think. I thought it was maybe. It might be Coahuila can you just can you just send that will post it. Actually if you have just posted on the account without context. Let's see. Okay came up in the auto fill finally code wheels mean. So it's gotta be out. Let me just whatever whatever. It's no context boom. We didn't make the me if you're listening I next up. In a in a stuntman movie. Portraying a stop man in upcoming drama, which is said to be a personal project for David David Director Deadpool deadpool tutor actor deadpool which. He started as a stunt man in Dr. One would think this is going to be an end type of movie in a place beyond the pines to know. Oh This is the third in the grass fling the. Men Movies. Yeah. I. Love the. Love the portrayal of stunt men. In these movies because it's always like they're deeply flawed individuals. or or or like they're flawed individuals like even even in once upon a time in Hollywood like Brad Pitt's character was Kinda fucked up but you're the stuntman like actually making the movie and this is what they think about you like you ever just gotTa say like hold up like they really think we're this like like this. Maybe they are I don't know. Personal drama. It's like it's like a jaded stunt man who puts his life on the line because he has nothing left to lose the I. Think the best movies at least the ones for over the last couple of years especially have been ones that were in a sense like passion project something that the director is very clearly. It's not even just knowledgeable, but there's something super super passionate about that's not i. don't think a crazy take. I think, obviously, like Lech Lights Lights David Lynch David Lynch as a very. Big Affinity for stuntman so I think it's going to be good movie plus Scott Scott can't go wrong there. Yeah. You can't go wrong costly I don't trust gossip at this point for anything. This next one is one of my favorite stories I've ever read. Howie. Mandel regrets making eighties cult classic little monsters. Why? He said physically, it almost killed me. He started as the monster everybody was great and they were funny scenes via games for this is but I was wrapped in latex. You know what humidity Latex does after did that movie I would even put a condom on. Anti Latex in either that's the best excuse. I've ever I. Sound safe. ruined. I don't even want to. Be More. Babe. Film this movie you wouldn't believe like. Little Monsters I. I can't put one on because I almost died. Might overheat you never know. I. Can't I can't do it. Was So. Sorry. Great character but. The character Maurice just almost died playing him. The Latex is too much I. Haven't I fucked her off since then you know me I'm how men don't touch a rubber he's like. The costume was really hot. That's not what Kilby Fred savage almost shot me. OFF CAMERA TRY TO MURDER For it savage was experimenting with the knockout game. Nineteen thousand, nine, hundred, savage's. Just give us to imagine that being a notorious Hollywood rumor the nineties. Yeah. You know how? The only folks raw. Little monsters. Wreck on its excuse. He told me he didn't have one. No no trust me. This is a joke. This is just a joke by the way. They spun the nineteen eighty nine movie little masters. Yeah must clarify not not series conjecture here about how we Mandela's reasons for. Slapping at RAW. More like how are we scandal? ooh, I. Don't get that. Scandal. And lastly, Nick Fury getting a Disney plus Marvel series. Listen here cap I can't wear. It's the same excuse I use. I can make tint forty, five I said the same thing. That's why I went into the ice in nineteen eighty nine. I saw the movie little monsters. Just looked so uncomfortable I just cannot wear a cap. You've gotta take the time stone and go back so all men no this excuse. Horrible excuse. Why would he tell on them? That's crazy. Though I mean. Seriously, though he does have to be really uncomfortable wearing that shit condoms. Yeah. Tire Latex suit. Yeah. Sure. Sure. Man Think Samuel Jackson is going to have to do that for Nick Fury purchased a little bit of makeup I would assume and I think it's GonNa be cool. He's a good character and I think he's one of the more. would say dependable or kind of the people in the Marvel universe. I'm, still. Stuck Howie know like Halley one. Appreciate about how he is held open these always been about his as. Debilitating thing like he just been very honest with the I'm sure it's helped a lot of people out suffer from it. He would. He came into our office and I think he said something like this is this is disgusting. Off. Our old office and that she is the. GNARLY catch just. pissing into an air conditioning unit. Literally. pissing into the kitchen sink in like I'm just walks by. This then is not British. British. Not British Guy Howard sued or Howard. Band. Sounds like a real name our. Yeah. It's the guy that invented the sheepskin condom Sir Howard Mandel. ooi. Can't Wiz the killed me Ozone Labyrinth. Even, though we made us where so much might go who's always feeling a little more assist with Frederick. And over IOS Latex on. Account Kinda wear smeg Russell brand even even when I have a post rank I, I can't do. God what an asshole man those agreed endearing what an asshole of an excuse but nick fury. Guy I say, good for him. I that's How many times can you count that you've seen Samuel Jackson TV show now movie One appearance and shield. Again that's it. I can't almost nothing else off the top of my head. I'm sure he's been plenty but like I can't think of them felt my head. Yeah. That's yeah. That's all I can think of. For him as well. That's cool. All right. That's news short news but you know then diesel when Vin diesel news is the biggest news, you just kind of have to roll with that. Good work on the. Or? Darpa smile. Let's. Talk to diesel you good. Let's talk. British things. and. By that, I mean in older homes. A No homes released last week in September twenty third starring Millie Bobby Brown, and re Cavill Sam Claflin? Name to say how Anna Bonham Carter? Some. Bridge people. Singers Ruby. Fiona, shaw by the way who plays Mrs Dursey we can't escape the pair now we're we're on. We're on a run with dirt sleaze. Gin didn't Britain Trade Henry Cavill? If you played superman you're basically Americans. An American were to play bond or something. Henry. CAVILL is for sure one of those people that you that. People on social here talking award show then freak out when he's. He's been very British though he is like old set like in the fucking seven, sixteen, hundred, fifty, hundred us on the tutors, all that old British ship. So for people who didn't know only him more recent things, I'll get it but his classical upbringing you WANNA call it. That is very British. He was born in new. Jersey. So you the Oj Jersey though, yeah. That's what I'm saying is he's from jerseys in cattle. The Jersey boy is he's tastic. High. Name to you your. I WANNA see that musical so bad. While searching for a missing mother, intrepid teen in older homes uses her sleuthing skills outsmart big brother Sherlock and help a runaway low word. Again. Also trying to find her mother. Know home based off a book book series by Nancy Springer Call The noble homes which was released in two thousand public children six. Is that series centers around an overhaul, you get a decent amount of sherlock but it's it's definitely A. It's an old home movie I honestly thought this movie was going to be a steaming pilot. Shit. And I quite enjoyed it. I quite enjoyed this movement the scores in a second audiences are liking it on tomatoes six six, seventy percent tomatoes ninety ish ninety, two for the audience sixty nine. Nine Essex after the audience ninety two for critics but people seem to seem to enjoy it. I do it at a hell of a lot more than I thought I would It's a fun. Fun. Adventures. Like Sherlock Holmes Movie, We'll get into Sherlock Holmes and Holmes as well minus. Of course, Holmes and Watson. Yes out. By but it's an incredibly fun adventure movie that moves quick snappy I thought Millie. Bobby. Brown was excellent movie. kind of I didn't really don't expect that part from her. Here's here's the thing about Millie Bobby Brown in this movie. So the director of this movie Harry Brad Beer. Pretty much dragged all fleabag except for the first episode of back that's. Me At all Millie Bobby Brown was able to operate in this lake you know. Like. Especially in the opening her her narration like drector camera testimonial delivered in a very like frenetic fleabag sort of way were worked really well, and so like all that came together and I thought that was like two to I mean Millie Bobby Brown not only played it like excellently. But like I think they gave her like you know really good directing and really good writing to work with their. Energetic I. Agree no I think I. Think the Fourth Wall Breaking Director Camera stuff is it's It's Fresh is the word we used and I think everyone who refuse it. Is using as well but it's it has snappy pacing to it that I just really enjoy. and. Like when Sherlock Holmes and good Sherlock Holmes movies. Of all have that type of pacing, but it just something about it just clicked and work from start to finish and I. I just I didn't expect it i. gave it an eighty six I know candy gave a little higher than me but I gave it any six I really enjoyed an overhaul then I I can't believe it because. I really just did not I. thought this was going to be awful. It was terrible and it was incredibly far from it. I think that I didn't even know where to set expectations for it like mostly just based off the trail is a kind of suck like you. You Jeff I just did they looked at it was going to be kind of pumped out because it's public domain Sherlock Holmes. Let's pump out whatever want young adults shouldn't. It'll work out and just be a steaming pile. And they would just do it anyway because they've Millie Bobby Brown on a contract. So why not but it's it not only like I think met those expectations but exceeded them so much in such a charming delightful movie in like the best possible way and I think a lot of it has to do with Millie Bobby Brown the gave being given the opportunity to like actually act and you know outside of the stranger things university like the other things we've seen her in like fucking Godzilla or whatever garbage like she where she went. Honest swear to God. I forgot she was in that movie until you just say that exactly. Senior and something else the fact she's able to act in. This is awesome and I think she shows like she's sharp she's funny she's witty and I think she liked kind of captures that out say essence about Sherlock that people love from like the Sherlock TV show. Movies the already J. Ones Ninety captured that very well, I think that the way that this is directed in a sense that like you still get sure Microsoft there. So in the periphery of this movie and like the all the focus remains on a knoll of the entire time I think that balance that they caught in this movie was fantastic because you're still able to kind of bond with Sherlock and Microsoft you want to see more from Henry cavill and his relationship with an older and you want to see more from my because he's an asshole and like you WanNa, see more from. These characters and I think balancing found. There's so so good and like dynamic between all the characters was fantastic. Even like the the be plot love story between him and I think the character actor was loose partridge so that act like that. I. Thought was GonNa Stink just off the bat. But that ended up being actually kind of like that actor was okay and I think that can't awfully sweet to and I think the big takeaway came from this movie with was like I almost never come away from a movie and I would love to see sequel I. Almost always think like. That's it like one off this and don't ruin it with a sequel. But Emily, from this movie I would love a trilogy of these are to see very least a sequel i WanNa see more from these characters because the dynamic is so fantastic plus the script is witty it's it's easy going it's Swedish charming and it's just it's effortless movie together get through and I really liked it. I. Gave it an eighty nine. I I for a second I. Thought that was a spouse twin. Playing right to kind of look back. And I double double take. Oh. Okay. No, it's not never mind than realize. The British browse twin. The. Like the parent trap them right like one went to go grow up in New York City and the other group in London. Yeah. That's exactly what happened. trill thoughts would you give it? Give it an eighty five I think is great. This is a this is like unexpected I wasn't I think my lake, my thoughts on it were one. Is. How much mileage can you get out of Sherlock Holmes? Right like like when you see something like this in the last major exposure sherlock, Holmes with such a shitty movie like I. It's hard to be like Oakland accounting that how many times can we say we're not yet owning? And Fair Fair unfair that it kind of like that were. kind of like a signifier till I like okay. Like we done with Sherlock Holmes for a while after having you know the the BBC Sherlock in the Robert Downey junior movies and then. The television show that's currently going on forget elementary But but I, think with more than anything, it's not it's not like. It would make sure homes a good show. Combs. Adaptations. Like good is it's not so much like a connection to like show. Look homes himself in the relationship between. Homes in Watson it's it's kind of just like like you're saying the frenetic pacing tries to capture to an average person what it's like to live in the mind of a described genius right and I think that's that's what this movie does. especially with you know kind of like it's well let's pacing but also with the fourth wall breaks and the narration. and. Talking to the screen is you kind of captures that like okay. Here's what here's what it's like to be a knowle's mind and that works really well, and I thought that that's what they did very well in the maybe too much in the BBC Charlotte series when they draws shit out in the screen like you're literally thinking along with Sherlock the password is I'm Sure. Locked. Yeah I. Think I definitely wants This was a great i. mean this was a very enjoyable show. There's there's not much. There's not much to go off I think it's something that if I if my daughter was thirteen to you know whatever age should to my age this is something I think that would be great for you know tweens and stuff like it it it's it's very fun. Yeah I. I. Also say like they they probably could have really been the need to like what fans like to see or like low-hanging. Sherlock for their funny Easter eggs and I'm sure there's more than even I recognized because I'm not like Amata walk person like I am with like marvel and such star wars but. I. They kept it unique in different. Like the, it hasn't Mary Sherlock feel to it in a completely different way I think that was what really hooked me off the start and obviously the movie can still stink after that. There's plenty of fresh things that are good. But like that kind of gamy the vibe very quickly And you're engaged the entire way and a lot of echoes to Bobby Brown as well because. She was again fantastic in this role and it's not like she was bad in in. Godzilla they just. gave her and I said just scream and I liked that movie I like the monster but a one issue with got soaking monsters was her character there. It's like you know screen there just weren't characters in that movie there there is no point to have a human interaction in that film whatsoever because everyone was wasted I will say. You Know Toho denounced American Godzilla. There's no reason that the Brits can't denounce Holmes and Watson. That's it would wouldn't be very British them to acknowledge it. They should just continue to ignore it. And I think that will send. That will send the strong British message. ooh I would love to do like a watch along with a British like I dunno somebody of Holmes in Watson. Commentator a movies or whatever, but I was so good. Slight The lineage who? Sherlock. Hall. Where they GONNA hate it. Do you think they're gonNA hate it more than we hated it as a possible the move note. I. Don't think it's not a matter of hate I think it'd be more of a matter of disbelief. You know what I mean like how did this something? We had kind of that same field, but we were just like well, this is just a shitty movie but I think with them it would be more pure disbelief I actually I, think. The British people get more mad when we take something like the office make it better. Or something like James Bond and make it better like mission impossible. Yeah he's a hall Kate James Bond's ass. We'll talk bothered second we've gotTa Talk Campbell. I WANNA, tweet this but I think the most famous shocked I've ever been in a theatre was Holmes and Watson. Just I was just stunned at how bad it was. Oh. Yeah. Yeah and that was Gary Sanchez like fucking being like I don't give a shit what comes out is like our last movie on contract and go fuck. That movie was was seen donning in what we yeah. But you know what this league is watching at the end of it. The thing I was thinking as I was like Millie. Bobby. Brown's got to get away from stranger things. Yes. Yeah because she's a good actress man his. Yes. She's a great actress in and I think this was a great role for her I really do. And I like I also appreciate how So I my worry is that when you have like a role eleven that that. People latch onto you start to become that character and like you always WanNa like. Especially, when you see young talent 'cause you always want to root for them but you WANNA make sure like it's not a path where they like ended up basically becoming that character forever and ever, and ever like I'm not saying I ever thought that would happen. But like it is nice to see her kind of like branch out like. Reminded me a lot of Gosh turn the thing. Anyway. Now, I I had someone to compare it to but but well, it's funny if you even look at her classmates in wolf hardest leaned into and he's a couch stranger kids thing in your horror movie I don't give a fuck you. Hey, you're calling do that. Hey, Brahms the boy I'll come do that I'm GonNa Shit or no. It wasn't Brahms boy which you saw horror movie with him with the Spider. What was the fucking coal? So I I'm really saying I'm I guess I'm really only saying this because of like she robber. I. Like watching Robert Pans and all these movies like Kristen Stewart to you know as well. But it's just like more. So Robert Pattinson just because he's been in the news more, it's like you feel like twilight kneecapped his career for maybe five to eight years like like just just took us got thrust into that role and Mentally I'm sure that takes a lot out of but no I I agree I agree with you on that point I think especially just give it that comparison even if it's just fun Wolf Hardee's leaned into in the movie was called turning by the way also did addams family like to see an actor or actress get out of that comfort zone wherever where being casting given work to do something. New and fresh not no longer be like associate necessary with that especially because I don't think it's crazy to say that stranger things it's a, it's a sinking ship, but the quality is definitely declined with age successive season. So like I to get away from that now and start like four G. Career in different directions, I drew is much better for her and it's it's awesome. SEE FROM IT WAS A. Consumer standpoint it's. Yeah. It's just like. Stranger things, she's good and I'm sure she takes some liberties or older. She's gotten because she started pre young still young but like I I, just feel like this one it's like here like urine actor. Act Right like it just it felt like she was allowed to have a personality that showed off screen rather than. Conform to the character bet you know stranger thing wants to be, which is again fine 'cause. Stranger. Things pretty successful Just That's something. My big takeaway with her I was again impressed by that and I absolutely forgot you in. Godzilla said that. The monsters. How Henry Cavill. Henry Cavill Sherlock. Through to attractive for Sherlock. Gives agree he's I think he's too muscular for Sherlock. I don't think he's eighty two. Well I mean. The same thing to me as dashing is ever. Henry cavill. Recently asked about James. Bond This is a very British role for him like he's he's been a lot of very British movies but like this, this role I mean, it's fucking Sherlock Holmes. This, very brief. Would you buy him as bond because we haven't really we've done the bond discussion on a lot of people. I only we've done it on cavill. We've run through a couple options mcavoy's never. Would say totally in that discussion but I think there's a couple things to think about I remember when people got pissed about Craig. It was because what he's blonde because they thought he was too beefy like imagine if you got fucking Henry Cavill James Bond suit out there be by talking shirt exactly I. think like for for Bond in my brain, there's a certain level of I don't want to say like finance, but like there's a sleek look to it and like Henry. League, but I think that he's just like I. Don't know I. Just see him as more muscular physically imposing presence and I always think of bond is more smooth. Thank Daniel Craig was right on that line that border will people also say Daniel Craig was too ugly which like correct an attractive manner like you'll going from Pierce Brosnan who don't is now a silver Fox only during during his bond years Pierce Brosnan was unbelievably good looking at someone like Dana crags that's a different type of bond and Daniel. Craig's good-looking by the way it's just like people know it's kind of weird people have certain expectation for the attractiveness level there James Bond's. So Harry Campbell certainly meets benchmark but yeah, it's like when you have a super spy. You wanted to be like five, ten, one, hundred, sixty, five pounds, and just kind of blend in best can or at least you know be a little more unassuming or else everybody would be like Oh look at six foot three guys fucking rip right? There are what he's up to two hundred and twenty pounds of of pure. Body fat just muscle and they it's out to say he could just lose weight or whatever and get and be more James Bond shape but still the rock in his size medium Lulu Lemon. Silver. Venture? Here, in this Nice Fancy pavilion or this debutante ball whatever wha wha what The Rock reminded me of the shirt to go back to that discussion from two hours. Earlier is a gym class when the teacher brought out bag of kick balls. It would take him bag a kickball. Traps, in his dolts just like pop out. Forget just just just just balls in his sack now like a bone neck but just a few actual kickball sack with the ball. Literal sack of balls traps and Is. Is biceps and his forearms. He Looks League Lecter man from this from Sega Genesis Game Vectra. School at on. Google vector man, it looked up vector marketing mentally loops. That definitely own life, oh? Yeah. No I see that. It's like Michelin man whatever Nari Michelin Menus to hefty, but still I get so. This. Going back to the movie, right? It's gotta be something netflix's our T. and up a sequel for because if you don't get a sequel for your next movie, you really fucked up if you have to. But I've I've seen a lot the thing is like I, it's hard right? Like this is this is. The part where in a tradition, we talked about the box office success and talking about what it means to that book because like with Netflix Law, this stuff is behind a curtain kind of have to offer like no one Netflix self reports but to me, it's like, oh. Yeah. Huge. Excessively a nine billion people watching on this. Last weekend. Okay. but. A lot of, people. In my my immediate life were talking about it or you know some people made posts about it said, they liked it and it's number one on Netflix's for what's you totally don't trust that algorithm but it is You do feel like it has to be successful and it's got. I think. Relative to Netflix's stars Millie. Bobby Brown's probably one of the biggest of Netflix's own stars so I would have to soon it's pretty successful in that it's going to get a sequel. Would they say with their how they quantify view? It's like you viewed twenty minutes into any movie accounts as of you. One view for every minute of the movie. was absurd things was it was after the Adam Sandler. Comedy the on the boat right now again, the murder mystery got five, hundred, trillion views in the first week. It's crazy everyone. Uses he uses your camera in every time you blink and then reopen your eyes is count as a you resets. Didn't even use a believable number if they use the even remotely believable number, I would have not even given a second thought. If you. WanNa keep talking about. Look, let's let's let's keep it on British things and Sherlock Holmes. Where does it stack up and stack up? They'll do like a sherlock holmes ranking. But what are your favorite like Sherlock Holmes Properties like if you had to pick one because there are so many good ones that was one of the first takeaways can jack when you told us you like the movie I think you set last week to minus Dylan were not getting knowledge. There are so many great Sherlock Holmes but what would your? In such an old property, there shouldn't be this many good sherlock properties going around and like the stories are all written I feel it shouldn't be the still entertaining would still is for me the show the BBC show the number one be very hard to top that and I think now this movie is in second place in the first sherlock. Holmes movie the already J. One is right after that and I also like the second show homes does not terrible. Guy. Ritchie among his is I would say I'm more entertaining but is decent work. Yeah. I'll is like the to the combs they're just an about that to me that it was. For. Like an American by relation to Sherlock Holmes is is as much as we say, we don't like that that particular British setting. It's like I almost give it a passing like sure calms his it's expected and I like what they did with the BBC adaptation of that you know making it in the modern day at that. We know that was that was good but it's just something about that old like Victorian ish setting that that does it for me. Is this school Rachel and Jude Law. Is a good Watson to. Show to the great mouse detective. I can I can usually get past the setting. If the focus is on the setting, right? Does work for everything. But if if if the story is about the setting in time period, like the favorite never felt like a set like a movie about the setting and time period it just it was the humor and the writing and and in the characters within that period. That's sherlock I feel like chose never like just to focus on when they are at or where they're at in in. The vehicle I guess was, was there a fucking sherlock character in? League Story Gentlemen. All kind of amalgam of all that crap. There should have been. Account I mean. I. Think Sean Connery's character a real person you discount him is that you know his character's name. Sir Something I. Don't know I. Honestly don't remember Alan. Shearer Aloun Quartermaine Alan Quartermaine. Yeah. Gucci Mane Voice. Quartermaine. It's it's insane because it is a very again old series and this is not usually something that is. I would say like an attractive prospect to me like something about Victorian England like that seems boring to me on its on its its face, but it's just consistently shylock finds new ways to be entertaining. Will about that again with the exception of Holmes and Watson, which were not counting. How did you guys learn about Sherlock Holmes though because I grew up learning about short comes from like cartoons yes. Because they every. Yeah, because every cartoon would have like Sherlock Holmes episode or on the hat in the Pike and say. Watson? Yeah. Right. So that's how I got into. It wasn't like when I grew up. Sean combs is a big thing. Sean combs didn't really become a thing for me like as it gets on. You. Know I know it has been before and I think the seven sixties and seventies there was a lot more movies about him of course, the books but it kind of like you know nineties didn't seem like there was that much show at homes media other than judo lampooning or using it as a motif for like a one off episode of Chippendales Rescue Rangers or whatever But it wasn't until I two, thousand, nine, it kind of kicked back off and became its own like. You know got sherlock. Holmes. Movies are DJ movies. We got the BBC show. We got the elementary show on CBS I'm assuming it's on CBS I. Don't really know now this. Homes Watson which doesn't count and then sure something else. There was a there was a castle in Connecticut called the it's the Gillette cast. It's Gillette Castle State Park in William, Gillette lived there and he played. He played Sherlock Holmes Sherlock Holmes Castle. The relevant, a relevant story to the idea of what your favorite Sherlock Holmes but way. Like he, he played Sherlock Holmes in a movie. On stage on stage. Okay. I thought I. Thought you created his own castle to cause play Sherlock Holmes in. The. Extremely bad, ass. Like he was like if you pull up to the gates, there's a Sinus Rpo only zone and you have to be in character. There'd be motherfucking moriarty up in here. You can only enter if you're. Or Watts and if your home. You can't do it. There's so many other character sherlock. Your Watson, he makes the universe guy come in and character. which guy though like at and T. U. Verse Guy Comes in? But he has he has to be in character. I'm here to install your dimensional walks device. It's like the fog in What do you call it the South Park? Episode. There in the old West town don't bring character. Would agree that was a great episodes I learned that was. Actually I was subconsciously stealing from that I think. That rib was it all these like Burger King or something? At the end I, think all they stole Burger King like. What's the code to the SAFE? I don't know nothing about no codes they just shoot them in the face. Such gaps. What else think that's it on sure on on an old homes we liked it a lot audience gave it in eighty three. So that's an eighty nine. Thirty six eighty, five, eighty, three, divided by four as an eighty, six average. Twenty. Twenty. Yeah. Credibly. Enjoyable movie. All right. What's the British things in people and places? Anything British. The British draft anything goes. Let's see we got to figure out the draft order here. We share my screen. Let's see. It's me exact order again. It's usually the same morte. We're GONNA go to. randomize. Random dot was open up his homepage and it was being. Trial Ken Jack Yeah I use Microsoft Edge. US Mike. I know us being Google is my is my default search, but I use edge because on my pc I installed edge when they released a new version of it and it just it was a parasite on my google chrome and it sucked everything out of it passwords, credit cards, Shit bookmarks, and then it just broke twitter. Somewhat using edge now it's a great business model it got me to use edge It's the same program as chrome and they just they ruined by chrome. So Kenji trill Jeff Audience. This is going to be the order for the draft. randomize. Audience can inject Jeff Trill. Audience Can Jack Jeff. trill curious the first. So the audience has the first pick. In the draft. And they I don't know if it's because if it's like. Recent. He buys vote reviewing, but they selected sherlock holds. That's fair. That's pretty pick especially again, considering shark has been on a pretty decent heater lately again, not counting homes in Watson. Sherlock Holmes is the pick Ken Jack You of the your first pick of the draft secretary around one. So I know people may be thinking that will take Henry Cavill but that would be picking with my heart I'm going to pick with my brain and I'm going to pick a Graham Norton. Grabbed nor and that's a great pick. One of the best talk show hosts in the world maybe ever. Maybe ever I love him so much I'll watch anytime I'm on Youtube and like I just see that that orange set appear in the you might WanNa Watch this click it I don't care now watch the entire thing and it's always pleasant. That, is that is a really good pick. I'm Graham. Norton I'm GonNa fix I'M GONNA. Go James Bond. have. To. Have the. Lead it off. Strong. So I have to go on. All and I guess that's all I get all of them. Yeah. No you'd have to get everyone. This is broad enough draft where you can do a an incredible group of an incredible group of actors. From from Sean Connery. All the way down to George has indy. Again a household name. You have to two picks. It are here okay. With my first pick I'M GONNA. I'm drafting the Queen's corgis. O Great. She's got like eight of them. Dude I'll. Do Eight but allow you to. Google the Queen's corgis. I think I think there's just an unlimited supply of Corgis when she goes to Queen's corgis. Yes. She always goes out to the palaces in the countryside and then it's Got The corgis they're and they're all. Court just running around. Doing Shit they're like. Queen Queen loves those Corgis Man Yeah Dirk. Yeah. They're great. Gorgeous. They're they're probably some of the most without maintain in in the. I did say to Great Hair, PAT? I. Remember Past Queens Muster. Or then my next one, I'm going to take take harrods. Department Store. 'cause that that's just the place you gotta go when when you you don't know why we go to London. GAGGY. Herds. And also there's more Princeton Dieter. Cool Harris Department. Store. Yet because the the owner the former owner of Harrods Mohammed Al Fayed Ed. Who is the father of Dodi Al Fayed. WHO died all car? I Anna in the car before he sold Heritz cutter. I think this is a stinky pick I'll. Be. No, it's up to you man you're the one that's been the London. Mel. I'm saying if you WANNA. Maximize. Look I'm just. Hoping that we have a lot of British people. Yeah. I'd British people won't won't like haired because that's a tourist trap but I'm just saying like. Harold Square macy's. But if you're British, he might pick that. The American draft. True Yeah. There's There's a sister podcast of ours right now in England like an alternate dimension, there's like the British version of us in London. All go draft American draft. All. Square macy's. Yourself. A O box office. You. Can go down to the second floor. By denim jagged for seventeen ninety-nine. I was waiting for it. Stay away from Prince Andrew. My picket around to I'm going to pick the entire English premier league. You're GONNA get some good Brownie. points out of the grey like one. Only issue right now is that all the Games are staggered. incredibly enjoyable. I mean easily the best league in soccer to which made. I wanted to be a team one day, but then I gave up on that and like I'll pull for one side. But like I just enjoy watching good soccer. Very enjoyable. So I take the Ken Jak you're picking around to. Go with. Monty Python, the whole Gras Good Pink Open. All works some of the best comedy group to have. Ever existed if not top three, some of the best movies one of the best shows still still they're all great, they're hilarious. Yet, Monty Python is, is it a straw? The catalog you get with that pick? Massive. massive catalogue. Audience is back to back picture the Beatles to close out round to a figure they were going to have on the list I didn't even want to pick I'm gone not even putting them on the list and then and then the queen. That's Shitty. Pick Queen. I happen to like Queen Elizabeth. Like what's the? What's the value add of getting the queen though immortality like what do you want from the Queen I I like the pick I like I like Queen Elizabeth. I don't like it. I keep that old hag I'm GonNa have my scrammed. Norton Yeah. Literal Literal Sleigh Queen. Just. No power. She's not Queens. Green she has the power of pop culture popular culture. She's the power of popular. In the power to apparently make her grand daughter-in-law uncomfortable I. Don't know I don't. Extensively. I don't think they liked the moving to the US, all that much or Canada where they live now. To end of that Cat Jack Ear pick in round three. I'm going to pick Edgar right all of his works. You can just take out your edgar right movies. That's a that's. That's that's strong. Cornell trilogy is absolutely stark and I think that's a good add to my roster. Yet at super, fucking strong. CAN ARGUE AGAINST THAT I'm going to entertainment as well though, but I'm going with my guy. Scotland. I don't think he's not Serb rich excellence he should be Gordon. Ramsay. One of my top five favourite celebrities in the world. Scottish. To Scotland didn't know that yeah, Gordon Ramsay is an example of of of of meacher hero down my hero. Thong. fucking CHIAPPA. fucking rules. Love is shows. The talk show hosts. What's his name? Shit. WHO's the Scottish talk show host Craig Ferguson Craig, for example? The lead up. Niane no Gordon Ramsay I. Mean I'm a Master Chef. One of my favorite shows level Gordon Ramsay stuff is cooking videos. That's a his big reason why I've learned to learn to cook over the years. He's he's the reason he just has his stories all that trouble. You might like making proteins at home you want more videos. TRILL Rome three and four. I'm going to take gave back morning big jeans and wearing ponytail. No, member yeah. The. Twitter you're. Just, love that's one of the most. British. I can think of, is him just wearing jeans during his his man man-fang. Ministry hard picture, and then I'm GonNa take eating beans for breakfast. Off. fucking rocks such. Big Big Jeans Beckham. David, do that. That's a that's a good tweet for Elsie be just David big jeans Becca. Just the biggest Jay Z.. Tighter shirt with the biggest jeans just making yourself look like mega man it's called the fucking Jackson physician fucking culture dazzle I, mean. Normalize it. I guess I'm up next it's tough to fall a beans for breakfast. I got it I have to go Austin powers. Yeah that's in round four. He's around four I thought the way the straps go me on Guy Bill Swipe him around five. But shame you somebody pulled up a clip in oak cliff. You making some sort of Austin joke the other day. which will me on the read it when they said it was ostentatious, yeah, Austin I take. Kim Jae Goes Yeah Baby. No I remember that now. Yeah, that's funny I actually speaking of Austin powers I stumbled upon the Worst Austin powers impression I've ever heard in my life. And I have to ask play live on the pot was joker. The Joker Austin Powers Sky because that guy rules I love that dude, it's Chris Berman. Oh No. Oh God. Yeah. Please play. It's Chris Berman was appointed Brown's Redskins from two thousand four, an old video and I watched the highlights and he a player might skies and Brown's last the Redskins and he makes a joke about it. Just just listening here it is rich Gannon third quarter shame score and we're seeing this now from Clinton here's if Mike. Myers Jabre reversed some of the ball. Remember. I mean. Unbelievable so bad. Got Damn I'm as Chris Berman be honest. in Clinton Portis. Jak. I'm GonNa pick the English language. That's good and I pick. I thought I could get around five. It seems like the audience have you wouldn't be able to communicate. You wouldn't be listening to see be right now if it wasn't for English stick about it that way I know you might be thinking, Hey, be speaking different language that's much easier for the entire world to because English. Makes no fucking sense but a retort with you wouldn't be able to listen to see be right now if you didn't understand English it's a shit language. To learn. For. Sure. And Like I mean I stumble upon words now and then or just like like man, we make it very hard for people to learn this language and it makes me feel dumb for learning other languages because some people learn them so easily. It isn't saying to me that like so many people with like that speak languages like their native language is one that makes so sense just logically speaking are able to learn English even though English makes no sense different ways there. There are people who like again victor people look the way they speak English language and even though it's like it's like their third language I, don't know how you learned this a cut can learn three words of your language or languages significantly harder to learn it. It's just ridiculous. Words, audiences last picks. Around four. Round four going Emma Watson. Her aunt. British lot of celebrity crushes there. It makes complete sense I believe it. Yeah, I get that again that pick and then round five. I pick around five. They're less pick Harry. Potter. But enough people noted, no J. K. rally included. There's a couple of people who noted they don't want J. K. Rowling included just. Just. Actors they noted no J. K.. G. O. DID THEY MEAN NO J. K. like they don't want Harry Potter. Actually. Okay. Back to the spreadsheet thought I just thought about my next pick because you just had a roundabout way of okay. I'll explain it a second I know they don't want J. K. Rowling was just fair. You can have her. I'm not gonNA take her. UNDRAFTED free. Is that what you thought of Yeah Fuck. You said, you said no Janai is a really really. Not Joke. Jack Your last day. My last Pixel. Unilever at some point because you know, then you get all the Unilever brands yet homes mayonnaise great mayonnaise, a Lipton Ben and Jerry's Briars Klondike. Fudgesicle to Lenghty dove like somebody brands under the Unilever umbrella but I don't want to do that because it's a boring pick. So I'm GonNa pick, the lads. Just let's Just. The fucking leads you can have a pint with the leads going to go out and get absolutely knackered with your mates you can hang on. Saturdays, for leads baby. Advantage a very good pick. I'm not gonNA take Sasha Baron Cohen in the end here I'm going to I'm actually I'm probably not allowed to do this but I I make the rules I'm taking the Combo of Paul Potts and Susan Boyle I feel like allowed to take on Britain's got talent like I'm taking Paul Potts and Susan. Boyle depite winners yeah. Sorry because you you Like I, don't know how many people by the way I I don't. I don't care to talk about the social dilemma like it is. It's it's definitely scary shit I just I don't care talk about whatever. I may because like we do social media stuff like I'm not shocked that social is that horrifying like it just doesn't bother me but. They talk about Algorithms that movie I can guarantee you I can decipher the Youtube Algorithm. There's no chance that you can watch Susan Boyle or Paul Potts in the next video recommended wouldn't be the other person. Their Union young. Yeah. There's just that's an in the code specifically on Youtube like if you watch ballparks, the next video would be Susan Boyle when when when Susan Boyle didn't get famous like the judges were like like that. Would there goes our last hope and then like in the background Paul Putz? No, there is not. The other way around. I whatever whatever direction was. Yeah. Yeah Yeah. Yeah because incident Boyle became you know Susan Boyle. She just Susan Boyle and Saint Paul. Potts. Ended his touring with something or whatever but what's now tro your last Pixar a soccer collins the tough miss but yet trill. I wanted to pick Mr Bean, but it'd be to beings in a row. I'm just going to go with the posh swank. Up A wink. Yeah. Do you not link is? is no please elaborate Google Google posh Wang's. Earrings like the phone. Like. The Detroit Lions taking receivers back to back years you couldn't take. Back the background now want I want you to read aloud the urban. Definition. Who's never done this? Hour we. Never. Actually. Maybe he did it while filming little monsters. Do, you have to put this latex over. A boring. Just loved the name of that. Go. Not Selected in the draft, we missed a lot. This could have been a ten round draft easy. The Twenty, twelve, Olympic logo. Terrible logo I do love it. Because I have final never is. I do like it but no Michael, Cain? John cleese T was technically. Technically selected with Monty Python. True True T- What's the potato chip in there? Oh, walkers, potato chips, which is lays. TESCO Kit Harrington Lena headey couple of names for another Walson gromit were on their. Mr Bean Great British bake off surprised conducted. I considered it but like I, don't like the host of the new newer seasons like those the two hosts from the first few seasons, Cadbury's another one. But can you cadbury eggs the charges Takano Kabri chocolate in general Oh, to come. Okay. Yeah. We'll decker bars whatever like the ones like the layers I forget I forget the name smarties which are not smart. He's there. They're large sums I like Sardis D-. What are the layered? What's layer bar? Look it up. You know it's the one thing that you guys didn't pick the audience had next up. The word breath. Man. A good one. I feel like I should get that with the leads. That comes when you make the graphic, the lads can be saying. Ours flake bars the flake twirl picnic chump crunchy whisper. Dairy Milk Double Decker Yeah you can. You can have a bubble that says bro. The lads. A. Pictures of Bro or brother hanging out. Oh, this is a good one. I'll maybe I'll use that picture trill. You've probably seen this one before the one of the under eighteen club or whatever in England where it's all those little British kids dressed up and they're all making like the fist gesture. Now. I don't think I've seen it Senate to me. Yeah that's calling calling cookies biscuits. Yup. Cheeky That's another. G.. Some other, some other good British things. Only. Wearing wearing dress shirts. Super Tight. Oh. No they have to be as tight as possible and your popping. Having a pint down the pub I mean you can do that in America too but it's a British thing if you like. Guy Ritchie would have been a good pick. Yeah you've kind of. Ordering Edgar is like the updated. Picked a director anyway ordering a flat white. British. Also when I went to Britain when I when I went to England to build it really took me back was. DRIP. Coffee there. I've been I've been getting I'm not a big tough to Cortott does recently. With. Cortana it's an it's an espresso drink. It's I believe it's very similar to a flat white but a Ah. Cortott does it just equal parts milk? It's a, it's a beverage. He was of mixed with the drizzle of warm milk to soften the taste introduced the degree of bitterness. The milk is inequality is steamed but not frothy texture is as in many Italian coffee drinks. Chefs Kiss. Fuck I just remembered that. So I have to leave my espresso machine that I spent too much money on here when I go back to the city next week which sucks. That sucks do you have a long? No. Privately. I Like, operating espresso, machine and makes you feel like mechanic. Pulling all the cogs and all that shit and like it's cool I don't know how to do at that correctly just yet still would. Make a lot right make lots of art. You get the perfect pull down on these days. Oh, I've been grown bonsai trees. It's hard. It's. Difficult it's the takes a very long time to grow in the odds of them dying or very high. See that works out turned a Roth Macci Cobra Kai. In the show, let's we gives a bonsai trees to his customers, which is Insane A. Gift to give your customer after they buy a car. shorter episode but a fun episode that was very enjoyable We'll think about what were you later in the week, we'll decide by tomorrow I. don't know what we're new movies. I don't think an option right now I don't think there's enough we could do like antebellum or something, but I'm trying to do stuff that's more accessible. Ethics. This next week I'll double check I. Think I think something does we'll take we'll take a peek at it. That's it. That's it. Well, there's actually there's also who is coming out on streaming to so. We'll. We'll take a look at that but that's it for Ken Jack Trill Jeff Level Talk you next time have a good week at the box. stomach-turning. Burn. Sprint. Talking. More, thing. Saying. School. Free. Talk. Divorce. Think. Stomach tomorrow. Back EARN.