17 Burst results for "angela king"

"angela king" Discussed on Bald Move TV

Bald Move TV

05:16 min | 3 weeks ago

"angela king" Discussed on Bald Move TV

"Point about this being a death march bounce you know The baggy is being dictator etc etc And you know even like the she probably brought me here to die and all that kind of stuff and then. I don't know why like everything i feel like. Everyone is on his side and he pulls out. You're not gonna. I'm not gonna die on your terms. They're gonna put me down like a dog like lynn right like honestly he's really lucky. Four or five this sheep pull is this just you know referendum yeah. I don't know what his plan was there. Like the out maggie as this insane league revenge driven widow. That wants to see this guy. Who's obviously provoking her about the fact that beer. I just don't have the people here. Don't even know who clinton was row in that way but they'll see that like you know it's like i i just feel like it was so aggressive and maybe it's like okay. This is what i would do. But it's something with nigga do but you could say that. However i felt like the last episode. Here's neocon he's just on a different track so i don't know i felt like again. They could have done this they they. I like what they're doing. I wish they had slow boiled and built up instruments. We maggie megan a little bit more news. Es bill and like i one hundred agreed. Like which old maggie she talking about and but on the one hand gregory in the town square the one that told him that i want you dead but i will see rotten cell and now he's out and right that man. I had the innocent. Maggie greene still like holding onto passed by father being killed by madman. Pass my husband being killed by mad. Oh you're that met now. I i didn't. I didn't like that it seemed. They seemed a historical. But i also thought if. I'm angela king and i was dealt like are pretty rotten indicate cards and i've got return of a beloved character like do i give her to permission the slightly rewrite maggie greene to suit the story. They're trying to tell now. And i'm like i don't think you need to though we've been without maggie for six years. She could have changed. You know like yeah you could lean into. She's been further traumatized by the georgia project. Going bad barbadian. Going bad all that. Kind of yeah. I was trying to make the devils argument. It will her temper about glen has has mellowed a little bit. Like it's six years long time you know but i can also understand like if i was away six years in the murder of my husband or wife and i just this like is this again thrown into conflict and then not only that not not rotting in jail kinda working under way back in the. But it's some of this stuff just falls flat like when they're like yo care about that kid motherfucker. He was the only one that jumped at that kids rescue. It's like you can't just like in like you know it's like you said like Like shut up nerd. Stop talking about tunnels you can't dismiss a guy when i'm watching the show man you can't darryl just be like yo care about that. Kid demands one. They know needing does care about jeff. Actually right other than beaten people's brains and fuck grounded his bat lucille. That's as one thing that they've established from the beginning that he's got a saw spot for kids deselect. Yeah i know they needed judith. Along with this group to talk some sense into these adults everybody years talking bullshit. Oh i wanted to say We did. I think we skip something. Maybe i didn't to do. Do you have the scene. Where Ezekiel calls out the guy in the big pumpkin suit super so yeah there was last seen. We kind of smashed together The guy in charge. I kinda like him. I wonder if we're going to look this up. I forgot to but like is he do that. Like plays like one of the james bond liaison guys in the new james bond. Like he's like the lieutenant colonel. That's like working intelligence or what He might be. He might not be but like i. I liked. I liked him. I liked what he's bringing to the table. The red sorber. I wonder if ezekiel has misjudged him. He calls them the assamese cop. Who's just the look itching to get fascism on in the new. Oh right right right right. Maybe maybe not and again like i said this could all be super fancy certainly looks like it but also i mean yeah like total global apocalypse is or the one places where lag really totalitarian shit makes a certain kind of sense for a while certainly. Yeah yeah like if you literally are making choices within who lives and who dies that's authoritarian and fucking and i wouldn't stand for it but another hand if blake seven billion people have died. There's only two hundred fifty million left is kind of like no. You probably have to make decisions like that So like i was like uncertain amount of board for like all the what the commonwealth was doing. But then you know it's like where do you draw the line for sure and wind you stop. What if you go down that path of leg. Darwinism at what point in civilizations re-stabilisation you back away from that. Yep yeah so those. I'm definitely looking forward to seeing some of those arguments being made that all right. Let's take another quick.

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"angela king" Discussed on Sports Talk 1050 WTKA

Sports Talk 1050 WTKA

01:32 min | 1 year ago

"angela king" Discussed on Sports Talk 1050 WTKA

"Yes your lack of a million new Jack all the critics this is my big basement watching my big screen television Hey right now we're watching the NFL network what you know replay of the Super Bowl I think it's the Atlanta Falcons taking on the Denver Broncos this is what I do and I analyze every place that's what I do and I'm so bored with that one thank Angela king dollars becoming on giving giving us her perspective on different things about me you'll be crazy when you think about it man it's just people what are people going to do on the field different things like that seven three four nine and a ten fifteen your chance to call us tell us what you think tell us or asked questions to route you know what would Bo have done I mean I mean yeah what would both have done he would have made it up we were told at the made it up that way seven three four nine eight again fifty let's go to J. J. in Lincoln Park what subject why are you well what a network tolerated any snow flakes around apple ball team I don't care if he was coaching today what he up and what it what number.

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"angela king" Discussed on The Brooklyn Boys Podcast

The Brooklyn Boys Podcast

02:55 min | 1 year ago

"angela king" Discussed on The Brooklyn Boys Podcast

"Okay. So. Samantha Morton was interviewed now that she is deceased spoiler Alpha's dead. They asked her if she knew her character's fate when she first joined the show or was given the role she said I kinda always knew because when I was in discussions with Angela King in the early stages that I was potentially going to play Alpha. It was very clear this character would have her head chopped off, so I always knew Yup I just knew. KRISTEN KUNA from the insider. Who did the interview says? Did you Geoffrey de Morgan was going to wind up killing you in other words, Megan. She says yes, very clearly on I knew my whole story arc wasn't really surprise. It was all known. So then she's asked. What you think was going through Alpha's mind when she was killed by again. because. She wasn't expecting it. So. Morton says I think it's very quick so I don't think very much is going through a mind other than shock. It's instantaneous. I think when she's dying when she's bleeding out, she's hoping that he will lead the whispers. That's what she's hoping for. And so that's not going to happen obviously. Next question. Do you think Alpha regrets not having killed Megan in the woods when she had a chance? and Samantha Morton says in that moment when she's dying. No, not at all, no regrets and they asked her if she watches the show. What does she think of the show and her performance? She says I. Don't watch anything I'm in I've never watched myself in anything until years later for me, personally, I don't watch myself each week I. Just it just doesn't work for me, If, the directed me to watch something to change my performance. I would, but no I can't watch myself. It's like when you hear your voice on the answering machine message for the first time you're like. Oh, is that what I sound like No, Oh my gosh! I can't do that now. If you remember Andrew. Lincoln also said he doesn't watch himself. I will be honest with you. I occasionally and back to these podcasts to hear what we sound like to make sure they're good, and they're entertaining and that there's enough snappy banter I'm sorry Jamie was in here. For this episode, but if you're at this point in the podcast, thank you very much for being loyal for listening to the whole thing, even though Johnny's not here we all miss her terribly. Please remember to tweet are at the talking, Jamie, and let her know you missed her. And hopefully she'll be back for episode one seventy three so we can break down the shown episode and so I'm going to need your help. I don't have Jamie here. And so you guys all know what time it is right and right now you're saying you. What time is it? So I need you guys to say it with me on the counter three one two three. It's time to shut this down. What Made Vincent Van Gogh, one of the greatest painters and most tortured souls of all time was Harry Houdini predestined to become the great escape. Artists.

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"angela king" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:53 min | 2 years ago

"angela king" Discussed on KQED Radio

"For the McDonald observatory I'm sandy wood. Here's a program from our archives the music. We're listening to cold yla gets you need a native American nation of the phone offer autumn in southern Arizona, the border with Mexico. I'm Jim mentioned, this is the pulse of the planet. Angela king junior's director of an annual festival in Tucson. He says this music is a relatively recent tradition of a very old culture. The people have been living here for well. Since the beginning of time. The creation story tells us that this land was made for us. And that everything we needed in the way of physical, mental and spiritual sustenance would be provided by the plant and. Other resources of the desert walking says that this belief empower that old or desert people to survive in the harsh desert environment autumn believe that the Hume the or the way of life is a guiding force for the way, we conduct our lives on this today and early it dictate how we are to interact with the other people when autumn talk about people in general terms talking about plants animals, and humans, and that there is no hierarchy here. We're all equal. And so we have to take care of each other. We have to respect each other or them believe that animals have powers, and that they must be heated, and you don't disrespect them because she may be affected by the power of the animal..

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"angela king" Discussed on 90.3 KAZU

90.3 KAZU

02:32 min | 2 years ago

"angela king" Discussed on 90.3 KAZU

"Critics say the tech boom helped create Microsoft president, Brad. Smith says it's time to step up a lot of great jobs have been added here. But it just goes to show that when you create jobs, you've got to create more housing for people to live in and you can debate who's responsible for that the truth is we need to go solve this. And it's gonna take all of us. Smith says Microsoft will use ninety five percent of the money to offer housing developers market and below market rate loans as an incentive to build more affordable housing units. The company says the remaining five percent will go toward low income and homeless services for NPR news. I'm Angela king in Seattle social media company. Facebook says it's removed hundreds of Russia linked pages groups and accounts from its site contending they were part of two big disinflation campaigns. Facebook says it's part of the company's efforts to fight to fight false news and disinformation put forth on both its Facebook and Instagram platforms on Wall Street today. The Dow is up one hundred sixty two points. This is. NPR? Government. Investigators now say it appears more migrant children were separated from their parents than the Trump administration has acknowledged report by the health and human services inspector general's office finding that family separations we're taking place before the spring of last year when the administration announced a zero tolerance policy at the southwest border. The administration has identified just over twenty seven hundred children as part of a court case, which a federal judge ordered families reunited won't Health Organization is launching an internal investigation into allegations of racism, sexism and corruption here's Larry Miller. Anonymous emails claim there is systematic racial discrimination against Africans at WHO who are abused sworn at and showing contempt by their Geneva based colleagues the accused senior officials of stifling investigations of wrongdoing, including allegations of misspend E Bola funds. There was also an allegation of crooked recruitment processes tantamount to fraud and corruption a lawyer rep. Presenting a whistle blower at the UN's aid program says having an internal investigation at WHO is as good as doing nothing for NPR news. I'm Larry Miller in London. Google says it will invest in two southern solar farms under a deal with the Tennessee valley authority company now taking an intense two by four hundred thirteen megawatts about put from one point six million solar panels, it's in Tennessee and Alabama Google plans to build data centers and Clarksville Tennessee in Jackson county, Alabama company hopes to purchase around seventy two.

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"angela king" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

02:34 min | 2 years ago

"angela king" Discussed on KCRW

"Critics say the tech boom helped create Microsoft president, Brad. Smith says it's time to step up a lot of great jobs have been added here. But it just goes to show that when you create jobs, you've got to create more housing for people to live in and you can debate who's responsible for that the truth is we need to go solve this. And it's gonna take all of us. Smith says Microsoft will use ninety five percent of the money to offer housing developers market and below market rate loans as an incentive to build more affordable housing units. The company says the remaining five percent will go toward low income and homeless services for NPR news. I'm Angela king in Seattle social media company. Facebook says it's removed hundreds of Russia linked pages groups and accounts from its site contending they were part of two big disinformation campaigns. Facebook says it's part of the company's efforts to fight to fight false news and disinformation put forth on both its Facebook and Instagram platforms on Wall Street today. The dow. Was up one hundred sixty two points. This is NPR. And this is KCRW at three. Oh, four good afternoon. I'm Steve Chia takes. Here's what's happening right now for the first time since it began unionized teachers today sat down and across from L A USD brass at the negotiating table as day four. Now, the huge teacher strike continues. The meeting at city hall comes as the first teacher strike in three decades wrapped up today. Get real about their expectations and their language David golf ski is a former member of the LA unified school board. He tells KCRW's press play at the school district has been provoking teachers by saying that there's no money, but the United teachers L A leadership needs to focus on issues and not the district's behavior. Let's get to work on the issues that matter delayed salary class size and the number of people who were cut in two thousand and eight from the great recession LA unified superintendent Austin buehner says the strike is costing that district. Upwards of fifteen million dollars a day due to student absences fewer than a third of the district students on average of showed up to class every day. This week Santa Anita says it's canceled its slate of horse races today because a stormy weather track. Superintendent Andy LaRosa Santa anita's taken on nearly three inches of rain since the beginning of the week as have, of course, other places across LA county. There had been eight races on today's card Morocco says the. Track will try and reschedule those races Santa anita's home to a number of prestigious horse races, including both the derby. And the Santa Anita. Handicap track is also hosting or has hosted the Breeders Cup. Several times racing is.

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"angela king" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

01:58 min | 2 years ago

"angela king" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Critics say the tech boom helped create Microsoft president, Brad. Smith says it's time to step up a lot of great jobs have been added here. But it just goes to show that when you create jobs, you've got to create more housing for people to live in and you can debate who's responsible for that the truth is we need to solve this. And it's going to take all of us. Smith says Microsoft will use ninety five percent of the money to offer housing developers market and below market rate loans as an incentive to build more affordable housing units. The company says the remaining five percent will go toward low income and homeless services for. NPR news. I'm Angela king in Seattle social media company. Facebook says it's removed hundreds of Russia linked pages groups and accounts from its site contending they were part of two big disinformation campaigns. They spoke says it's part of the company's efforts to fight to fight false news and disinflation put forth on both its Facebook and Instagram platforms on Wall Street today. The Dow is up one hundred sixty two points. This is NPR and you're listening to WNYC in New York. I'm Jamie Floyd, President Trump's personal attorney and former New York City mayor Rudy Giuliani is walking back comments that implied 2016 Trump campaign workers may have colluded with Russia in a CNN interview last night Giuliani said Trump himself had not participated in any collusion, but added that he could not possibly know what everyone on the campaign was doing in a statement today. The former mayor said he represents only Trump himself, but that he has quote, no knowledge of. Collusion by any of the thousands of people who worked on the campaign now for a correction this week WNYC reported that the last span of the tappan Zee bridge had been demolished in a controlled demolition on Tuesday. That was incorrect. It was only the east anchor span of the bridge. That was brought down the west Anchorage will be dismantled piece by piece later this year..

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"angela king" Discussed on Teen Creeps

Teen Creeps

03:55 min | 2 years ago

"angela king" Discussed on Teen Creeps

"Alexander Cunningham, Monica Breen Christine, Boylan Chenault Edwards. Angela king and Jennifer Hutchinson. When it seems it seems to me that a lot of the requests for free work. Come from a place of fear on the buyer's side. It's we we need to feel secure in paying you. Do the things do all the free stuff. I heart is when you go into pitch, and I would love to hear from every everybody here who's like sold stuff because I've sold certain things and something's going something. So, but they want a this is such a Tony Robbins thing of a need for a need for like certainty and need for adventure at the same time. And that's what they want. They want certainty. They wanna know you have all the secrets of the universe in your eye powder in your cards in your head. However your pitch, but they also want to be enticed. So they want you to tell them everything. But they don't want you to tell them everything because they wanna they wanna be seduced, and that's important too. So the last I've been back and forth on a couple of pitches. The last couple of months and trying to find that level of I'm the kind of person who I will like a rescue for eight hours until you every single detail of this whole world, and nobody wants obviously, right? But at the same time, the ten minute pitch is haven't even gotten into the part where the angels come down. Just it. Just give me five more minutes. So the balance of what do you keep what what are you not keep and walking into a room where if you're pitching on a book, you have to assume no one's at that book. Even though the people you're bringing with you. The producers will have read it, and they know it, and, you know, maybe, you know, the author maybe that's going great podcast. They probably heard it. Right. But not reader. I mean and to be fair they they have to read along. Sure, Ella families, and I get that. But don't get it. I want them to read. But I never expect it, you know, that's the thing. So yeah, what's the balance for you guys of of like a like seduction enticement versus listen here is a chart of five to seven seasons and here of the points. We're gonna hit and it's going to spike on Twitter season four because of those just trust me. Like, what are how do we do that the details? Think are the ones that are important telling that story. I mean, well, first of all sometimes it doesn't help if they've listened to the podcast I found that like I better pitches Ville when maybe they weren't as a million with it because they have expectations. If they listen to what they think this is going to be who your following. This is going to be with the show is and then if you don't meet those then you're not you're not selling to that place. It's a hard balance. And this is something I consistently struggle with. I am the person where I go in and like, it's never the right amount of detail. Like if I overdo it agents like oh, wow. You really apparently gave a lot of detail. And then if I undo it it's like, oh, they want you to come back, and it's so hard balance. And so I think the thing that I have found is because you're right. They wanna know everything, but they don't want to know anything what they really want to know is do, you know, everything, and and if you can communicate that to them than I think that when you have a more sort of successful moment. And so when it comes to details, I try to do thing where like their specific details that I highlight that are important to me that I feel like I can pitch really well because they're meaningful for me. And then they're like, oh, she has details. There must be more details. It's not always successful. But I think that's the thing. It's like, do you have a point of view? That's really strong. Can we can we invest in you, even if we don't have it all in our heads Monica? I mean, I have no answer to this. Because I struggle with it all the time and the one the most successful Pichai had which was midnight, Texas, I walk in and give them thirty minutes of a small town story, and it was based on a book that no one had read..

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"angela king" Discussed on The Writers Panel

The Writers Panel

03:55 min | 2 years ago

"angela king" Discussed on The Writers Panel

"Alexander Cunningham, Monica Breen Christine, Boylan Chenault Edwards. Angela king and Jennifer Hutchinson. When it seems it seems to me that a lot of the requests for free work. Come from a place of fear on the buyer's side. It's we we need to feel secure in paying you. Do the things do all the free stuff. I heart is when you go into pitch, and I would love to hear from every everybody here who's like sold stuff because I've sold certain things and something's going something. So, but they want a this is such a Tony Robbins thing of a need for a need for like certainty and need for adventure at the same time. And that's what they want. They want certainty. They wanna know you have all the secrets of the universe in your eye powder in your cards in your head. However your pitch, but they also want to be enticed. So they want you to tell them everything. But they don't want you to tell them everything because they wanna they wanna be seduced, and that's important too. So the last I've been back and forth on a couple of pitches. The last couple of months and trying to find that level of I'm the kind of person who I will like a rescue for eight hours until you every single detail of this whole world, and nobody wants obviously, right? But at the same time, the ten minute pitch is haven't even gotten into the part where the angels come down. Just it. Just give me five more minutes. So the balance of what do you keep what what are you not keep and walking into a room where if you're pitching on a book, you have to assume no one's at that book. Even though the people you're bringing with you. The producers will have read it, and they know it, and, you know, maybe, you know, the author maybe that's going great podcast. They probably heard it. Right. But not reader. I mean and to be fair they they have to read along. Sure, Ella families, and I get that. But don't get it. I want them to read. But I never expect it, you know, that's the thing. So yeah, what's the balance for you guys of of like a like seduction enticement versus listen here is a chart of five to seven seasons and here of the points. We're gonna hit and it's going to spike on Twitter season four because of those just trust me. Like, what are how do we do that the details? Think are the ones that are important telling that story. I mean, well, first of all sometimes it doesn't help if they've listened to the podcast I found that like I better pitches Ville when maybe they weren't as a million with it because they have expectations. If they listen to what they think this is going to be who your following. This is going to be with the show is and then if you don't meet those then you're not you're not selling to that place. It's a hard balance. And this is something I consistently struggle with. I am the person where I go in and like, it's never the right amount of detail. Like if I overdo it agents like oh, wow. You really apparently gave a lot of detail. And then if I undo it it's like, oh, they want you to come back, and it's so hard balance. And so I think the thing that I have found is because you're right. They wanna know everything, but they don't want to know anything what they really want to know is do, you know, everything, and and if you can communicate that to them than I think that when you have a more sort of successful moment. And so when it comes to details, I try to do thing where like their specific details that I highlight that are important to me that I feel like I can pitch really well because they're meaningful for me. And then they're like, oh, she has details. There must be more details. It's not always successful. But I think that's the thing. It's like, do you have a point of view? That's really strong. Can we can we invest in you, even if we don't have it all in our heads Monica? I mean, I have no answer to this. Because I struggle with it all the time and the one the most successful Pichai had which was midnight, Texas, I walk in and give them thirty minutes of a small town story, and it was based on a book that no one had read..

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"angela king" Discussed on Post Show Recaps

Post Show Recaps

04:22 min | 3 years ago

"angela king" Discussed on Post Show Recaps

"They have to state their case is this part of the. The new government that miss shown drew up. Yes. So I was confused about this as well. This was another question that I asked Angela king is what's the status quo of how things are run here in Alexandria. And it's just it's a little bit confusing. I would love to know how this works. It seems like they this is what she said for Alexandra. We see that. It's ruled by a council of elected leaders machine clearly has a big role in that we felt like Alexandria was trying to create something like an American democracy democracy, though. It's much more complicated than that as we'll see throughout the season. That's her answer to which I must have checked have you seen American democracy lately. It's Radi complicated. Yeah. And awful sits not great. There are there elections in Alexandria. It would seem so it would seem that there were elections in Alexandria. And the group that we're seeing running the tribunal are all people who are running Alexandria by this council. It doesn't seem like there's any one person who has final say on anything rather. Multiple people though, it looks like father Gabriel is really sitting in the cushy birdseed. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. He's got one eye on Justice. And one either that's not working. Well, Justice is blind. So this perfect, and they have why you know, the Justice picture has like the scales. And then like a mask on one. I think that will meet father Gabriel sister. That's very deep cut. Sister magna. Okay. So speaking of Magna, we miss shown calls out. Hey, let me see your left hand right now. She says no show it to me. And we see that Magna has a tattoo. She was in prison. She was in jail. Yes. The Magna flu forth from the jail earned her way out. Yes, she is in jail that seems like something that miss shown is very concerned about their seems to have objection your honor. We lived in prison for for months to good point. Yeah. What if she just comes from that prison, then you guys have stuff to talk about? Yeah. A lot in common. Yeah. So miss shown is a miss trusting of of Magna. She does not like Magna. They seem like they have a little bit of a moment late in the episode. Maybe they're going to start seeing. I'd I just so Magna. They Pat down and everything. Okay. They're not holding anything. But you know, Magna is holding a like switchblade, and she goes to machines house with wish you're going to kill Michelle. She was thinking about it. That was like what the whole the whole argument amongst the group was like, hey, please don't kill any of these people. That's a bad idea. Don't fight any people. And I think she was going to go there and fight her and like intimidate her into letting them stay or something. And then she saw machine with RJ. And it was like, oh, I probably shouldn't kill me shown, but we shouldn't kill the mother of a person. And maybe these people are actually better than I'm giving them credit for like, oh, she has a baby. So now, I I won't kill her. I guess I'll I'll change my tune. It sounds like these people have been in similar situations where they have encountered communities, and it's gone poorly. They were talking about remember Jonestown. Yeah. Remember Jane port. Coal port. Close close captioning. Remember, cold brew that one over sounds? Sounds fun. Coal porn sound very dark. Dawson's creek was a ride for us. We had a hard time there. We lost Joey. No, just kidding. We pacey. Don't want your life. That's a different. That's different. Is he plays a different character football player out? I'm forgetting Michelle Williams his characters name. She's the one we actually lost. All right. Josh talk to me about then at the end of the episode, Michelle and has a change of heart. She says, you know, what I changed my mind going to bring you guys you can't stay here..

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"angela king" Discussed on Post Show Recaps

Post Show Recaps

04:08 min | 3 years ago

"angela king" Discussed on Post Show Recaps

"But overall, I thought this was a fine out. Outing. And I felt like that last week's episode was a fine outing up until they pull you out. We got it. Loud and clear, I do look forward to seeing more of these characters in each of their prequel trilogies. So each of these characters will learn about what was going on in their lives in in their own AMC original movies. Well, this is an exclusive that I can bring to the post show recaps audience that they are actually it's not going to be a trilogy of new movies starring each character getting their own trilogy era, actually, just doing it as a six part film series, where each one of these movies is going to be starring a different one of these characters as they're slowly joining the Gruber's, Leslie it's going to culminate in the sixth movie where that guy Bernie who died yesterday, he's the star of that one and it's all going to end with his death. So that's what you can look forward to. I should clarify that that's a joke. It's real. But it's it's so plausible within the realm of Walking Dead. Right. Now that you just don't know you just don't know all of it is movies now. Okay. All right. So Josh what what were your big takeaways from talking with Angela king? Well, I think the big one is that if it feels like a new pilot for for the fans, it it's certainly by design like it was it was really built as a new pilot this episode that not only are they time jumping off the different stories and all of the different characters. But they're also kind of time jumping the world which was already starting to take a turn with the overgrown vines and the lush landscapes rebelling, and we've certainly seen that getting a little bit more out of hand society is starting to grow a little bit more. We are seeing Alexandra is has we've already mentioned being led by tribunal at this point that there's a council at the heart of it. And they really took seriously from the from the writing perspective, the acting perspective and just like building out the world. This idea that they're making a new show now like if they're going to lose Andrew Lincoln, really, the only choice you have there is like either it's a two pronged choice. One you die on that hill without a fight because the idea of rebuilding the Walking Dead without your main guys still on the show is on fathomable or you take some really big swings and really tried to make something original and new and it seems like Lucille. Yeah. You know, I think they're going in the second direction. I really liked this episode quite a bit. And I think especially when you think about it in the in the context of they have to they have to that's the act that they have to follow his eight years plus of Andrew Lincoln like that's a very tough act to follow. And I think they're doing an admirable job. Why does Norman rita's still have top billing on this show? Is this not deny grey hairs show at this point. I think it's all contract stuff would be my guess he's been on the show for longer. He's been on the show since the first. Season. Just like the attrition of people along the way of who has been who's been stripped off from the show like he was not second billing the entire way through I'm trying to remember if he was higher build than Steven Jahn. When Steven Jahn was on the show. I can't recall, but when when when John burnt all was on the show he was higher up. Sarah, Wayne Kallis was higher. Ed, just I think Laurie Holden was even higher up and just so many people died in those early seasons at Norman Reid is just like climbed the ladder and whether or not it's true. I think at this point. It's like we true, given how many original people are on the show the whole if Daryl Dye's we riot thing was that just like a rallying cry. That was real or was it like this strong perceived imaginary thing that has made him like an invaluable part of the franchise. Your mileage may vary, but just because of that and the commercial aspects of it, I think that he has landed his way to the top as far as I'm concerned who is..

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"angela king" Discussed on The Black Guy Who Tips Podcast

The Black Guy Who Tips Podcast

03:58 min | 3 years ago

"angela king" Discussed on The Black Guy Who Tips Podcast

"All right. It season nine episode of St. five it's called what comes after. And it was up a little bit in writings five point four one. Which is kind of interesting considering that these type of episodes that are normally like landmark episodes, you expect like an uptick, and they have been kinda pumping that this is last episode. And I knew a few more people will be watching the having watch some of them possibly in seasons. And Nope, it was five point one before this. And they went up the five point four right because most people day did not come back. Like Nova ember are coming back, which is interesting because I think the show is amazing stuff this week. Karen, what was your overall opinion on? What comes after? Actually love this episode. It was really really enjoyable. All right me. Personally, I loved it. After last week's episode that I really didn't like that much felt like filler felt kinda slow. Felt kind of redundant. This week. I really love especially the ending of the episode. I really think they just did something that I think more shows we do it was very ambitious and the kind of leaves the show in a really good place to launch new stories from and we'll see what they do. Shout out to Angela king, the new show runner sees only five episodes in and she's managed to kinda wipe the slate clean in my opinion. Sure sucks that a lot of people don't get to see it. Or maybe they'll Benji later. You know, there's just they're so far behind, you know. They'd have to catch up to even be current or, you know, possibly just the mistakes they made in the past have turned to so many people off at this point there ain't no coming back. I know people now. So both for me. I really love this episode was really one of my favorites. All right. So we have a lot of different stuff that happens. And I feel like is own section here. Yes, he does. So we'll start with first the junk yard, and then we'll move into Alexandria. And then Rick, right? So in a junk yard, and is has taken her RV from the jock yard to around the blue spot where she used supposed to be meeting up with the helicopter. And remember, she told them I have an a which she called a gave in a I believe. And she doesn't have him anymore. She let him go. She couldn't bring herself to whether it was let design be eat or eat them, or whatever it was. She was gonna do. She couldn't bring us up to do it. She let him go free. He woke up star cry. Good. He really miss his girl. She showed her boobs. He managed a baby come back baby. Come back. Me. She like I think I'm just as good bye. Which was his baby, I'm begging baby, I'm begging I missed the first time. I've john. Yeah. Yeah. So we saw that game was heartbroken and she just drove off. So she's driving off in the SUV the RV. Drove off an RV guys. And that don't like the. RV? Oh man had season two Herschel. Yes. Yeah. I mean, maybe because there were so many like. Easter eggs and stuff and his episode. I'm not even going through all of them. I can't. 'cause I know I didn't take them off. But that was definitely one. But this episode was very like self referential for the Walking Dead. It was a lot of like. Remember this year from episode one type type moments there was that were two major to not pick up, and they kind of added to the story..

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"angela king" Discussed on Post Show Recaps

Post Show Recaps

04:15 min | 3 years ago

"angela king" Discussed on Post Show Recaps

"And we got a taste of it this week with the arrival of Magna and her group, which of course, if you read the comics, which I assume you're you're listening to this you either do or don't care about the comic book stuff, and you want to know what happens in the comics these are characters from the book, which really served as the entry point for when Walking Dead actually did do the time jump. So now, we're really in that material, and we're kind of in a place where I'm, you know, I'm basically expecting next week is like a new pilot. You know what I mean? And if it's a new pilot with Angela king leading the ship and with the characters that we do have and with. It looks to be a really well cast and probably like better developed version of Magnus crew coming our way, exciting stuff. I'm I'm pumped for it. I'm really pumped right? Yeah. I was waiting because I knew that they had cast Magna. And I knew that Magna was the entry point to the time jump in comics. And so I was kind of surprised that it's only now we're getting a second time jump, and we're getting them. Now, I was fully expecting to see them in the season premiere. And so I've been kinda waiting on this. I've been sitting on my hands like when are they going to show up? And now we're in the middle of this arc that seems like it would slow things down to bring in new people. And so I was thrilled to see them show up when they did I'm really excited to see where they're gonna or they're going to take it because I. I think like the much like the TV show itself. My memory of sort of like the golden years of the Walking Dead comic books like the the basically the the arc through finding out. Andrea for the first time in honestly, probably even before it. That's the stuff that I that. I think back on the most fondly and certainly remember the best. And even though these issues are more recent a lot of the time jump stuff, some of it really blends together like I think of it in certain movements. Of course, he'd think about it in the whisper war capacity, and then I think you think about it in the Commonwealth, which is kind of defining the comic book right now. But I don't remember having much of an impression of Magna and her crew from the comics like Charlie Adlard draws them. Very, well, that's very cool. But I don't have any lake strong feelings about any of those characters one way or the. Other and like instantly seeing the way that they were working together as a team. And I think that they've been described by the writers as them the writers wanting to introduce Magna and Connie and Kellyanne Yumiko, and Luke as as if they had had their own parallel Walking Dead story this whole time as if they had been a group for years and years and years, and you could almost envision the fact that they had their own show. And who knows given the rate with which the franchise is expanding potentially. They will get their own show someday, or at least a movie or or a movie or maybe they'll they'll show up. I don't as Lucan A or a B R to tell. It's too early. I don't know I feel like his feel like the actors character and fantastic. Beasts was definitely a b but we'll see Dan Fogler tends to play the b type. I think I do that. He's he's typecast as it be not a beta because beta. Is a different guy. That's totally different guy. We've got another air becoming in alpha and beta and just a little while. But yeah, I think that to me just already felt very fleshed out. And then the most exciting part of the episode for me, and I would love to dig into this with you is the arrival of a new Judith Grimes. You know, we we lost Karl last season. That was a huge shock that could have warranted a special edition of the comic book club itself. I think that at that point. I was just so low on the show that another Walking Dead podcast sounded like absolute torture to me. So I just could not bow myself together to do it. But now, I really love this idea that with with this second time jump that gets us really far away from the Rick Grimes era that we can now give a lot of..

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"angela king" Discussed on Post Show Recaps

Post Show Recaps

04:21 min | 3 years ago

"angela king" Discussed on Post Show Recaps

"How do you write out Andrew Lincoln? How do you write out? Rick Grimes in a way, that is at least relatively satisfying, especially given what I think we now can understand. And appreciate now that we know that there's this feature film part of the franchise that is about a rise up with Andrew Lincoln as Rick Grimes in the lead role that Angela king and her writer's room. They didn't really have a choice in terms of what was going to happen to Rick. That was a Gimpo decis. In an AMC decision. And a Kirkman decision. You assume and they just have to do the best version of that story that they possibly can. And there's in my opinion, probably know version of the story where Rick is saved by a garbage person that is going to be a hundred percent satisfying. But I thought that the majority of the episode up until that moment was really rather successful. And I think the final Rick story that they told him these five episodes. I thought it was pretty good as well. Yeah. You really do not seem to becoming a nearly as hot as rob was left. I was telling you also before we got on the podcast. I was listening to this is listening to you guys talk about was at the gym. And I was getting a lot of funny looks it was the closest that I've come to what I imagined people may experience when they listen to the wand off in public. Because I was just dying. I was dying. Pine up at pineapple boy twenty seven. I got it podcasting. So yeah, I mean, I've long maintained I've talked to you about this. I've talked to rob about this. I've been vocal about this on the show that my interest in Walking Dead at this point nine seasons in and even before this season has almost been mostly clinical in nature where I'm here for the train wrecks. I'm here for the for the helicopter crash. I'm so fascinated in the making of this show because I think I've gotten the privilege to go and visit the set a couple of times now, and I know firsthand from being there and watching these people work, it confirmed what I had always thought about this show, which is that it is incredibly hard to make and the people who make it are insane workhorses who are very proud of the material that they are creating insofar as the physical work involved in filming. And when this show fails, it is very rarely because of technical failure. And almost always because. Of a storytelling failure or a writing failure. Just like some outrageously insane choice from the writer's room. And I think that it's been mostly minimized this season. I think the one thing that you can be really really annoyed about the way in which Rick leaves this show. That's from a corner of the universe. That is no longer like directly impacting the day to day of the main Walking Dead TV series, obviously still with their know their fingers in the jar. So it's going to get money every once in a while. But I think the episode to episode material that we've been seeing from Angela king and her team has really been strong enough that I've been surprised by it. And this one exception with Rick being flown off by garbage copter for parts, unknown is very silly an obvious cash. Grab at a time where ratings are are really depleting. I think it stems. I'm a very honest feeling from Andrew Lincoln who loved making the Walking Dead loves playing. Rick Grimes really wants to continue playing that character. But for his family reasons cannot continue in the day to day making the TV show wants to keep playing that. Character can't really let it go. Maybe should've let it go. But didn't let it go. And and is continuing on and I like his work as that character. So I'm open to it. I'm open to it. I mean, it's my feelings on it are are a little more complicated. Where like, I'm laughing at the very obvious cash. Grab of it. All I'm laughing at the fact that Rick's final moments of the Walking Dead series are him flying away on our garbage copter with JD's while space junk is playing but I'm also interested to see what's going to happen with Rick. If only from like that clinical perspective of like how much weirder and potentially worse..

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"angela king" Discussed on Double Toasted

Double Toasted

04:14 min | 3 years ago

"angela king" Discussed on Double Toasted

"The last part of our show right here and for those of you who don't know, I just want to officially say we were going to be doing lots of stuff with the Walking Dead. So for people who don't know or who has been living under a rock, the Walking Dead Christian, believe it or not has been one. The most popular TV shows out there garnering choose fan base. It's not something that it just all about the comics. It's about the the funk, go pop. It's about the the blue rates. It's about, you know, Andrew Lincoln here, you know, and we have season nine premiering on October seventh, which is my birthday and what AMC just new DJ malls for your birthday. We're going to give you the last quote, unquote, Rick less season of the Walking Dead. And while we are getting peaked with excitement, because we've have, we have heard. Now that this season is actually doing something right. There's been lots of bad in the Walking Dead altogether ultimately. So yeah, I think before we give it any props for what it may or may not be doing right this season. I've heard nothing but good things so far under Angela king, we need to bring up. We need to dig up the body so to speak of some of the worship and why it's been that way. Right. I mean, we've been talking about the show for forever and it's weird because in the last two weeks, I've binge watched the seasons that I quit quit right after season the beginning season seven, but it's just like, man. At one point we watched the shit religiously and I just want to know. And I guess we're gonna bring it down like what went wrong with the shouts and chat. I want to get into this. All right. Like in the chat, please. What's the most creatures thing the show did when did you quit? I want to know what your breaking point was because we can't quit because we have to review it now. So with that said miles, go ahead sir. So let's go ahead and now start with the very first point, and this is the one I want people because I know you to all YouTube. Vers out there during be like, yeah, I think you're wrong day Mollet, but let's talk about the first thing, the recycle environment with the Walking Dead Christian just just. To make it more legit. I did write down some things. Let me go ahead and find my notes here as I four things with the Walking Dead on. Let's give me give me just a second people. Okay. Walking Dead pretty much and seasons one into right. We get the the realization of Rick coral and the gang. What happens in season two Christian. We go to the form right, and how that was very long and drawn out season. I think it was twenty two episodes in general. What's basically the the conflict here, right, Rick. And the group they find Herschel her show is kind of like the mini sub boss so to speak, right. We have some conflicting moral ethical issues with zombies walkers, what they're all about and then we squabble it. And then next thing you know, there's a big horn that comes the fire is set ablaze and guess what. We're going to hop onto the next season right now. Let's go to season three and four. What did they end up finding? They find a big prison. What happens in the big prison, what we get the mini bosses again. Right? We get the smaller conflict ING. People that we come across with, and that was what the people in the jail cell. Some people were crazy. Some people were good, but despite the ethical moral dilemmas that you know, you and I may share, we shake hands and we come to terms with it and what happens who's the big bad boss? Now we have the governor which we'll talk about the governor in length and just a little bit. But what happens with the governor, there's a little war. There's a big fire set ablaze the person is destroyed and now let's hop onto season five and six. What happens in seasons? Five and six. Let's go to Alexandria and what happens in Alexandria, Christian, hey, Rick, and the gang or going into a new town and in the new town, there's some little sub bosses right that we need to hang out and interact with. And although we have some moral and ethical dilemmas with some of the characters Alexandra, at least we squabble all that shit..

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"angela king" Discussed on Double Toasted

Double Toasted

03:49 min | 3 years ago

"angela king" Discussed on Double Toasted

"Right? It seemed real quick. I'm not gonna lie. All of that was really weird by the way quickly just because this is a feature we're doing what's in the box this week. Me and miles. So Walking Dead, believe it or not. And I don't want to like knock on wood. If you have next to you the early reviews of come out for season nine which is the first under the new show runner. Angela king. And I've heard it's the best shit. The show is done in like six years, seven years. So I'm like really like holy shit. That's exciting. But we're going to go over the top five biggest blunders and Walking Dead history because there's so much to choose from. But yeah, I mean, there's there's plenty of trailers new TV news out. So if I can do my last pitch Saturday, three ST. Right to do that right this time. Yes, nailed it. Let's box the DJ miles and come hang out with us. All right. I'll be more than I was just now trying to. Yeah, nothing to Angela Kane. And I'm sorry Allender, Tom ilab fucking dead and the next week or so. I'm not the watching. You know, dude, you're fucking to behind. Like right now, I think Christians twenty four. I'm only two seasons behind. I, I'm currently I have six more episodes, but I've just burned through like eighteen in a row and my brain hurts. My brain is literally telling me to stop, but to ceiling, that's not bad. I stopped at seasons, seven. So like right after the old negro decision thing. And then I was like, I can't do this anymore. But now I've just watched all of it. You know, Nick just for you. I needed TV show to start watching. I'm gonna watch a walking thing that I love you very much, and that's the thing too. So Angela Kane did if you associated the season finale of season. I think the wreck for that for season seven and she's did. She even did the woman, the big cliffhanger Necas like, oh, you mean you money move and whole thing. So she sent some really big episodes and I say, I fucking love. Angela can even did the one where Niki Carl had their whole episode where they just they're just together doing her thing. So like I said, man, I really feel good about this next season. I really, really do. I just wish the fucking trips would stop spoiling everything like I do. Honestly, I've had to spoil from you so far. Well, you know, you can do this thing like not read stuff or I can't help. Man. I'm Chris right now. We got a cat, like you're not wrong. I walked right into that one Allen. I will say they'll do like even if I wasn't into like the other day, I was walking in the room and my niece nephew watch TV 'cause they got their previous walked up and watching TV watching AMC and they are not caught up with Walking Dead. So, oh, watch these three gangs or showing out now. And then when the quirks like, yeah, make sure to watch next Sunday Rix episodes or like what. Oh my gosh. Wow way to just ruin the entire marathon. We're going to sit there and watch about ten hours of your show today, and you guys fucked it up like spoiled. I mean, everyone knows, man. I mean, that news was huge when it came out and I was like Comecon. So it's been like the talking point for the last three months. You think anyone who actually pays attention to Walking Dead didn't already know that this was going to be the final year for Rick. I guess you're right, but it's just like, imagine they came out surprise. I would have been in tears. I cry nearly cried on the thing with Alli because she was watching it with me. I knew the crab Glenn and Abraham, and then like this happy just like like you guys are ruining the whole. It's just basic TV news like you just don't spoil shit. There's a reason why people say, hey, say spoilers before you say something, you know there's a whole world based on that rule and night even the show runners. No, that's crazy to me. I'm gonna put you in Christians TV film school. We're gonna make you watch a lot of different shows just because I feel like you have so much in you like so much potential. On. To do that for movies with most..

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"angela king" Discussed on Awards Chatter

Awards Chatter

01:47 min | 3 years ago

"angela king" Discussed on Awards Chatter

"The fleas and ticks the cast used to have to endure during some of those scenes andrew lincoln is a guy who has made a point that he he said i don't need to use the show to propel my career you know if you remember using actually guys not hurting for work and he's got you know eight seasons and a few more years than that of the leading role on what was tv's number one drama i think he's gonna be okay but as for why i'm very curious but he's said that you know in previous interviews on our site with me that that he sees his time coming to an end he feels like the audience deserves to know what happens to these characters and i think that show is very demanding production can show like that go on without the guy who's its lead i just wonder the specially when we know it's coming now would have been one thing if he wanted out and they kept a quiet and they killed his carter would have been a huge storyline people be now we're going to be looking for that yeah well it's also coming in season nine returns in october is a massive time of change for the walking dead no spoil lillard here again but last season chandler riggs who played rixon carl was killed off that was a huge shock the actor just bought a house in atlanta he was committed to the franchise and this is a kid who grew up on the show and who was seen as not only the future of the comic book but the future of the series as well you know look for eight years we've been doing you know the characters most likely to be killed off on the walking dead and for eight years carl has been last on that list and that's exactly what they did last year it was a stunning surprise and the actor and his father both spoke out about it about how surprised they were by it but you know look heading into season nine the show is coming back with its fourth show runner angela king who's taking over for scott kimball scott moved on to become the.

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