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Sarah Chalke Talks Rick & Morty
"About what a dream career in acting might be. Sarah Chalke has sort of had it. She's been on some of the best love TV shows of all time, Roseanne. Scrubs How I met your mother. Not too shabby, right? But you know things must be slowing down during the pandemic for actors. Well, not for Sarah. Now she's part of the one of the most popular shows during this pandemic, the animated series Rick and Morty, where she does the voice of Beth Sanchez. I had the chance to talk with Sarah Chalke out in Vancouver, British Columbia last year after season four of the show rap. We talk from her home, NBC. Don't worry, I wasn't NBC hears our conversation. Hi, Sarah. How are you? Hey, I'm great. Nice to talk to you. Where are you? I'm in British Columbia and s O feel like you'd be here. You're still able to work right? You're on Rick and Morty. It's animated show. Are you still able to do voices? Yes, I'm I've been recording three cartoons up here, and it's been such an interesting adventure to find like the most acoustically positive sound And really, that's like a dead sense. You have to find somewhere small and s O. I started out in the lower bunk bed surrounded by every do they and pillow that was available to me and then try taking the kids play tent and duct taping seven moving blankets around it. Um and then you know you're in this kind of like dark space. And then I take like make a stack with like a thing of poker chips and Harry Potter books and then bounced the microphone on top and hope for the best. And I also say that like Beth on Rick and Morty Is not like a A super kid friendly cartoon character like No. Are you worried about your kids here in here and what's going on with mom in the room? So what if he like up and you know you're recording off campus in a sound contained sound booth? Um, so yeah, yeah, that's also been part of this figure out a way to not only keep the dogs from barking, um, and hearing birds, but also, uh, the Children not hearing you. So it's an interesting um Dynamic. They get to have some really loud. Screen time, huh? Get they get to watch their iPad as loud as they want so that mom could say rated r things into a microphone in the bunk bed. Totally. I mean, I was already worried about like my daughter who's three going to preschool and like she loves we have all the Rick and Morty like stuffed animals, and plus, she's and so she'll play with them. If you like, mister Q. B Butthole. Yeah, I don't know how that's gonna go over playing that with other Children. It's been really amazing to see how big Rick and Morty has become, like I remember when it was sort of like this little niche. Animated chauffeur for nerds and for You know, for people who like really kind of sophisticated comedy, and then it just becomes this worldwide phenomenon. And it made me think about your character, Beth. So for people who haven't seen the show, can you tell me who Beth was when you started and sort of who she's become, as the serious has gone on. Yes. Oh, so she's the sort of mother of the family. Um, Rick and Morty is the grandfather of the grandson. And you think you're gonna watch this grandfather grandson? Go on these like wild sci fi adventures. But what it ends up going into is like these real kind of rough family dynamics and on day kind of You know, not just this sci fi cartoon but asking these existential questions like if life is meaningless, and there are infinite universes, does anything really matter? So that's rickon Gordy in general, and then the best starting out kind of that, you know, as the Matriarch of the family and playing the mom and then over time, And as the seasons went on, you find out how much she is like her dad and the fact that when she was little, he had to build her a secret world. Because she was making whips to make people like her and mind control hair clips. As a young girl. You find out that she is kind of a lot like her dad, and and then and then, as the seasons go on. She wants to either stay or leave, And we don't know if she's a clone or not a clone, and that's been super fun to play kind of death. And then this alternate best as well. Space that it's funny like it. Z must be a challenge to sort of play your character and also sort of more sinister. We're like, deceptive version of your character. But it's all the same voice like You're not changing too much, you know. Yeah, Totally, totally. It's been. It's been super fun, and obviously we didn't know at any point that that was coming like we just get the scripts as we get them. We have no knowledge of. You know what's happening down the road in the future, so that part's so fun. I mean, to see like a Rick and Morty script in My Inbox is one of my favorite things because the minds of Justin Royal and and Dan Harmon are Unbelievable. There. So the scripture so smart and so funny and so wild. I love them. It's the number to show in all of North America like we were looking at in the US anyway. We were looking at the survey was conducted in the US to see what TV shows were being binge the most during the pandemic. So number one friends. Friends is number one. Right? Yes, I love it. I'm a big friends fan. And then sort of like the anti friends Rick and Morty is is not know that his number two in some states record is number one. What do you make of it? What do you make of it that during the pandemic, it's gotten even more successful. That's really cool. I didn't know that. I think I think people want to laugh and people want to escape into another world. And I think that it's a You know, a time for For a real need for for comedy, and the growth of It has been interesting to watch kind of through the eyes of comic con over the years like we would go to comic con You're one. It hasn't been released yet. So all the questions were to Dan Harmon about community and then the next year, it was like a couple of weeks walking around and then the next It was like a sea of Mr Poopy bottles and bricks and all these different characters was kind of cool. I get to see how it's how it's growing, but I'm glad it's bringing people less. Is it this time? Is it ever a bit intense? Like I know that I know that Even Dan and Justin, the folks behind the show have had to come out and talk to the fans of the show. Because they could be intense. They could be a bit toxic. That could be a bit sort of awful. Now when we're talking about a pretty small Group of fans of the show, but I can't imagine what that's like to be sort of in it to be in in the show, with all that's going on. Yeah, it is. It is wild. The degree to which you know I can't watch all the little pieces and I am you know, I think that That, you know, I don't. I don't actually read a ton of those, uh, those sites and comments, but I think it's It's cool how passionate people are about it. It reminds me because when you started, I think the first way we all knew you was when you were on when you were on Roseanne and you were brought in court famously, is second Becky. Like one of the biggest shows of the nineties, You replaced the original actress who played the daughter Becky, until the original Becky came back again. From what? I understand you were in high school in Canada, and then it got that gig. Yeah, it was crazy. I was 16 when I auditioned and I I was living in Vancouver and working on a couple things that were filming up here, but really haven't done anything under very much. And and, uh, got this audition and put myself on tape. And, um, I think we even like Mailed a VHS tape, You know, down to the states, and they called and said, We're gonna fly you down for an audition on day were seven of us and all the others were like 21 living in L. A actresses and all of us were doing this scene with Glenn Quinn. Who played Mark back his husband and the whole scene was like making out. You're making out with him. And you're like, you know, get job. The gas station, baby. Come and get it down to the gas station, baby. Come here. That was the same like there's this 24 year old, handsome Irish actor. How am I gonna remember one line and they said we'll let you know within a week. And then, a week later, they called back and said, Okay, come back tomorrow and do a scene with Roseanne and was like on the infamous coach on the set, and they were calling out. You know, camera numbers and having a laugh track and seeing if you could kind of adjust to those elements, and then they called and said, You got it. And Remember going to a party that night and telling a couple people and it just sounded so crazy. Sounded crazy. Yeah. Sounded crazy that you were in. You were in high school, and you were telling people having to be on the number one sitcom in the world. They would have been right to be like They're not. You're not like taking over for someone else like they're gonna not have like It just sounded insane. And we already had, like great seven. We already had, like someone like lied about being on the mini pops. Remember the many pox which were so amazing? I don't I don't know. The minibar like a Canadian band was like a Canadian kids. And you would like You know they would sing covers, and they were dressed these cool eighties clothes and they were amazing and someone in our schools that they were going to be in the mini pops. That wasn't true. So all the sudden I felt this feeling of like I'm lying about being in many parts, and then so then I kind of spread it on our school pretty quick. And then they called me back on Monday morning, and they said We're having cold feet about replacing Becky. So we don't know if we're gonna do it. We will do will pick you if we do it, but we're gonna put you on hold for four months. We're going to tell you in September just got this is jumping. You couldn't be a Minnie Bob situation, right? You're gonna have to go back to all of them ago. No, no, they change their mind like all you have Sara? Sure they did Change your mind. And then you then you find out Yeah. And then s O was my great 12 year and, um And I would go back and forth because they would shoot two or three weeks on one week off. So we would shoot Monday to Thursday. I would get on a plane first thing Friday morning and be at school in Canada on Friday afternoon and then and then fly back Sunday night or stay home for a week if we had a week off and kind of commuting back and forth I'm really interested in people like you who have On gun traditional first big gig like I was talking to Linda Cardellini the other day who played Lindsay on Freaks and geeks, Right? And you know, so there you go. She's her big break. Is this show that considered to be the greatest show of all time and then gets canceled after one season and I said, You know, what does that do for you for the rest of your career, and similarly for you your first Big is to replace beloved Actor. In a show that is the number one show on that, and it was it was controversial. When it happened, it was people couldn't believe that it was happening. And then I wonder if that taught you anything in your career going forward, whether it had hardened to you or heart And you do you think it did something to you? I think both of those things I think, you know, I mean, because Yeah, came. She would least he was Becky from seasons 1 to 5. I was six and seven. She came back for the beginning of eight. And then I came back for the rest of eight. And for nine. And so it was definitely, you know. As a kid. Um, it's you know, it's confusing and hard when they brought her back, and then they called this. Okay. Now, will you come back? And and so that piece, I think, um Was the challenging part of it for sure, And the other piece that was challenging was just going from complete obscurity to going on the number one show, and then you're at that age where gynecology just kind of wanna blend of a sudden that piece of it was it was hard, but they incredible part was the obvious, unbelievable gift of working with John Goodman and Laurie Metcalf and Roseanne and Sara Gilbert and Johnny Galecki and Sandra Bernhardt. And I mean it was It was crazy. It was like stepping into having not really worked out much to working with this top, unbelievably talented comedians and just watching them. Work and what They would do with a script from a Monday morning table read Till Thursday night Tape night. It was such a huge learning experience and so so interesting and obviously You know, open so many doors for me. I mean, I was Like my entire diamonds, girls. My nickname was second package would be like we got second back in the seventies. Really Good. Yeah. Yeah,
Killing Conflict with Dangerous Love Chad Ford - burst 13
"I'm going to hold myself accountable to how I see others, and then how I treat them in three I'm GonNa roll up my sleeves and I'm Gonna I'm GonNa. I'M NOT GONNA. Try to win a conflict nor am I just going to give in and rollover nor am I going to avoid that that real relationships are when we roll up our sleeves and work on our problems together if that takes weeks fair enough if that takes months fair enough because we're committed to each other. And we're committed to each other success and each other's well being in each other's happiness. This message we live in a really polarized country I'm right now J. seems to be lost on. So many people right now that there is no successful outcome. No right to an election if half the country feels abandoned if half the country fills loss of half the country feels like they are not being seen or heard or valued. There's no win ready. For anybody for the winners or for the rights, there's really no. Right, and that's true. All the way down into whoever our partners are to our relationship with our kids you you win an argument and your spouse loses you lost to. Absolutely. And you might not recognize it today. But YOU'RE GONNA pay for it I'm down the road and so learning how to collaborate and really problem solving committing to that. Is is is something that is a value that I think sits at the very basis of what it means to be human I'm right and what it means to be a good person. Right and so I can have a value about is on time or you know this is my political stance on whatever it is and and that could be really important to be fair enough right and we disagree on it fair enough values important to you. It's not necessarily important to me, but because it's important you. How do I? How do I understand that I understand what underlies that what? What, what, what's in your life experience whatever that's made that? So import do and how do we get creative about finding solutions that meet that need for you as well as meet the needs that I have I'm GonNa Bring the table because one thing I think people misunderstand about dangerous love love and thanks soft and okay. Here's here's what you're actually telling me. Just, love the person just give up whatever it is that I dream. Hope for one. Just let them let them win right because that's what that's what a really good person does and my answer to that is also the exact same as why you don't fight them right that doesn't work either right in a relationship. We it's it's about us not about me or them it's about us, and so us preservation becomes the rule of the day. We're Chad. Do. Right. There I'm just telling you. Chat four dangerous love is the book. I WANNA I wanNA talk about I. Think there's something fundamental about the metaphors at US between smog and the cocoon. because. I think. We've kind of danced around it but I think the metaphors are so powerful. that. If if people understand whether they're whether they see conflict as from a smog perspective or cocoon perspective that can really help us I believe because it helped me you know start to see conflict in a different way I. Think it's an important concept I. You want to just go ahead and give us the smog versus cocoon. Because I think they're powerful metaphors by the way. The Somebody engages me and says, Hey, I want you to help me mediate your conflict or whatever the I I asked them is can you give me a metaphor of what this conflict like means to you usually people pick things like volcano exploding or you know shark chasing nereo something that's really sort of dark and Morbid it's really helpful for me because I would say in my book they have something called the smog, the of conflict and and I use smog as an analogy right as a metaphor because you think about smog is it makes everything hazy it's not good for your lungs to breathe. Continued exposure to that can even cause cancer in your lungs and what have you. But also people feel pretty helpless of what do I do a smog like I can go buy a prius or something like that or I can start walking to work, but there's millions of other people driving cars. All over the place and none of them are necessarily going to be doing that as well, and so something has to change externally me. But in the meantime, I'm slowly suffocating dying right and that and that's sort of a view of conflict. It's going to lead the self-defeating conflict styles and start competing or I'm gonNA start running or I'm just GonNa lay down and die and given an in each of those cases of not actually going to get anything that I want that nor will I get something that will actually be released sustainable in a relationship but if you Have this cocoon view if you think about it. Okay. Like there's a caterpillar in there like walking around their leaves they're doing they're thing right. But then one day they wanted to become a butterfly. So they get in this Christmas or this cocoon and it's really tight and it's dark and probably pretty scary and there I doubt it's very comfortable for the Caterpillar. If you know what happens next the Caterpillar actually liquefies it actually actually essentially dies right but then it comes out of cocoon in it's it's got wings and it looks completely different by the way to I. A butterfly is not a caterpillar with wings. It looks like a different creature, but it can fly now. And I think that's a better metaphor for what we're trying to get with conflict. Yes. It can be a little scary. Yes it can feel confining. Yes my heart might be beating. Through it, but it allows us to fly at the end allows us to look at the challenges that we're facing together and find solutions that work for both of us and that so much better. Than just running or fighting or laying down. And and when we do that, we can we can fly and so yeah, conflict could be hard. It can be scary. That's that's that's true. But look what it can do to transform us. Right and transform our relationship and the best relationships as beautiful in the workplace are collaborative the best marriages. Are Collaborative John. Goodman. Who's done tons of research on married says you have an eighty percent chance of your marriage not working out if you don't let your partner influence you. An influence, your decision making. And then vice versa right. In other words if it's all about me, if I've got the inward mindset and my partner doesn't influence me, I influenced my partner. Right eighty percent chance of my marriage falling apart sometime. I'm right because people need to be seen. They need to be regarded. They need to be heard they need to feel like they're influence matters and that's true for all of us, and so I have to be alive to these people aren't always going to want to do it the way that I wanna do it or see it the way that I wanna see it and have to be open to finding pathways. Right that that worked for both of us in that, that's what makes a. Relationship a great relationship and why so many of us are right now struggling with certain relationships in our life and saying man I just wish I wish this was better I. Wish I had a better relationship with one of my kids right now really struggling her I know my wife and I are like roommates right now like you know we we live together but we're not really connected where the walking dead where zombies like we're living. But we're not living our communities we can't even engage. In these things and the answer is yeah, because we're not. We're not allowing ourselves to be influenced.
The importance of monitor calibration with John Walrath
"And welcome finale. Now, my guess is lansky photographer. An image and trainer and technical support manager at data color. Please welcome John. Hayden John Goodman Finale. Harry doing today. Oh creep that. Our topic today. Well, you're an expert at. Your. Of Monitor calibration, right? Now. First of August before we even get started I did mention you are a photographer and and that's why I love how data color a lot of companies. Hiring photographers to come in. Right. So we photographers talking to photographers. So you know. So especially where trade shows. I saw the mutual friend Jerry from hunts photo exactly Yep you know. So when somebody comes up to you at a trade show, let's see you with Gerry. And they ask you, why do I need to have my monitor calibrated? Talking to them. As Well just work for the company you're talking to them as a photographer end as an expert that happened works the company right right. Awesome yeah. Yeah. So it's You know. That's a great point. You know data color. We have a very technical people on staff but we also have. People who are very passionate about photography. and. I think I I kinda classify myself as someone who falls into the middle there but but you're right. When you have a question about a technical product, it's It's not a technical pursuit at that point. It's it's a, it's a creative pursuit, your helping. You know I have the opportunity to help people understand about. calibration in Color Management and I begin with it from a photographer's point of view not from pursuit. And I did check out some of your work and that's why I asked to hear you do a lot of. Interior design and you mentioned you were. Those one of the stuff you didn't pass. You did a lot of interior designing stuff. Yep. That's what kind of transferred you order photography. Yes. So my my background in school was a bachelor degree in architecture, which is kind of heavy on space design, interior design layout type of thing, and I've kind of you know my career before data color I owned business for awhile sold that. But before I worked for data color I sold that business with the intent of becoming it fulltime interior architectural photographer. So I did work with you know interior designers, architects AD agencies and builders to help them showcase their their work. Um Great and so just. Most of us as a photographer, you had children. Become the subjects exactly I. I would say. Love landscape photography but you know most of what I do these days is you document the lives of of kids might be. I. Learned the basics of photography from my father and he was very passionate about photography a black and white darker our basement growing up and you know. It wasn't that he taught me how to be creative photography taught me about the importance of of photography in someone's life. Documenting documenting time with your cameras is just an important pursuit and he really that was the example he had for me. So it was really cool to grow up with that type of influence and to have a black and white darker in our basement carrying up. So I saw. You know develop ally. You know the smells of the darker are very. Small. I don't miss you know get my hands wet with chemicals but every now and then it just. I get I get the itch to. go back to the dark room but. Very Very Fond Memories Fisher. Well. That's great. Well, let's talk about Baader calibration who, what is it? What is monitor calibration? Yeah. So you know for transition of thinking back to the to the dark room you know there were very Specific things that you need to do to get your chemicals working right and you had to be in certain conditions to to work properly. In the digital age you know we have we rely on on our monitors. So I mean, we're we're photographers we we need to have We we trust our eyes to perceive the world around us. We trust our is to. take us through. The world and express ourselves creatively with our cameras.
"john goodman" Discussed on Beyond!
"There's, there's myriad thoughts about far cry out there. But in my opinion, date didn't do much with that Ubisoft knows how to do a good teaser. Yeah. I like a lot of their games when they come out, but they really know how to teach things while so much be exactly same teas of Big Ben. Drones head. Yeah. John goodman. Sorry. Beyond that of other leaks that are happening. Pretty three was baldur's gate three so Larry studios, the developers of divinity into divinity original sin posted just a gift short video of a three Roman numeral three on their website. Everyone of course. Assumed divinity originals in three since to such a big hit. And so beloved this generation and everything. But if you downloaded the video as we did, and you look at the source code of the video, it happens to mention baldur's gate, three and was to the coast in it be a big misdirect. It could be. Yeah. It would be very clever. Yeah. Italy's copyright in that, but yeah, a bit sadistic too and yeah. Yeah. And a little bit masochistic based on the blowback they'd get. I don't have the job. There you go. But yeah, thank you to read it user chill refill who found that this morning, solemn and many others able to find the baldur's gate logo underscore three text in there, which we were able to confirm is definitely in there as well. It's obviously been awhile since we've seen baldur's gate but it is a pretty beloved franchise. So to have that comeback in some capacity. I'm surprised they're not going straight to original sin three but I think they're probably a lot of big ballers gave fans who would love you never played one as you said. I know a lot of people, the opposite love the. Yeah, there's a huge. Dungeons and dragons renaissance right now. So I'd imagine wizard the coast wants to get some of their more license. So. So I mean, I can't think of anyone better. Yeah. I love the verse to divinity so much restarted them like ten times to get my character biltrite. But yeah, that, that would be like a match made in heaven true. I think even for people like you or myself who don't know are familiar with the series of baldur's gate. I think they'll probably be something worth checking out at some point, if that's not to be true unin in addition to that, there were a couple of other leaks from thankfully, the three Coliseum schedule, which includes a panel that Lucy, you're hosting three. Yeah, I'm hosting the gonna official name. I should just give me a thick you're hosting panel in there that didn't have leaks. No developing. Netflix originals into video games as official title, so no leaks from that listing. But what did have leaks was there is a panel for a new dark siders? It's, it's about the entire dark siders franchise and looking beyond. And it said it will end with the unveiling of new Dirk Sutter's game which has. Been an ongoing rumor the name dark center Genesis floated out there on some leaked images and alleged listings and things and whatnot. They're supposedly a Newark centers coming this year that will lead to a new direction for the franchise of fresh direction, excuse me. And they're a new thought his mount six dark centers three came out last fall. Yeah. To, you know it wasn't. It was sort of lukewarm reception. Yeah. So, yeah, if they going to and nounce another one, you could imagine. It'd be look very different to what we've come to. I wouldn't imagine it's dark, siders four in look yet whether that's different style tone, aesthetic game play. Like whatever it is. I think they there is still a lot of love, like I love the first dark siders games. I haven't checked out three because of the tempest reception, and I think for the most part, there may be some other people who that are bounced a little bit from it. I think they wanna keep that goodwill though, so we'll see what happens there. But in addition to that, the bigger thing, I want to mention was that the morals of vendors. Panelists thing also included some information masses amount. Yes. Messes. Amount messes, eventually nation. So it essentially, and I'm gonna put the exact tech so have positioned the game as Marvel's destiny is kind of how explained a Tom Merck's wrote up a feature.
The 'Monsters, Inc.' Cast to Reunite for Disney+ Sequel Series
"Disney is going to do another movie sequel. Yeah. In the shocking. Here's FOX is. Michelle Pollino, monsters Inc. Is getting a spinoff series with the entire original cast on board its premiere on. Disney's new streaming service. Disney class. John Goodman voices. Silly Billy crystal who voices Mike are back on board the series, titled monsters at work, they will be joined by members of the virginal voice gas, John Ratzenberger, Jennifer Tilly and Bob Peterson the new series picks up six months after the original movie with power plant at its center. Now harvesting the laughter of children to fuel the city of months droplets. Tyler talented mechanic tries to make his dreams come true of working on the LaFleur alongside my
ABC's ‘The Conners’ Premiered Without Roseanne. How Did It Go?
"Why this surprised me because I mean there have been some good reviews. But Neil Justin in the Star Tribune who covers the TV in media. Here's what he wrote the Connors is even better without disgraced Roseanne. Wow. ABC sitcom is heartbreaking. But also hilarious. I was surprised. Yeah. Here's what he wrote ABC game. Critics look at two episodes of the new series, but only on the condition. That they not reveal how Roseanne CONNER is no longer in the picture fine. What can be said is that the explanation seems completely natural as if the writers new last year that the character might disappear it's heartbreaking, but also hilarious. He goes on to write laughing inappropriately is what mom taught us to do says older daughter Becky in Tuesday's premier. The overshadowed cast mates Neil rights overshadowed, sometimes by Roseanne finally gets to do more than bicker. Especially the sisters. And she said that Laura he said rather Laurie Metcalf as Jackie has a scene in which Jackie edges toward like a breaking point while rearranging the kitchen and Neil says that that scene alone could earn her a fourth EMMY suites. Yeah. He writes bars contributions can't be brushed under the couch her brand of dark humor along with her insistence in Americans struggling to pay the bills should command center stage remained vital the series. The disgrace star may not be in a position to unleash one of her signature cackles, but viewers have every reason to roar. Roar and breathe a sigh of relief. So that's what Neil rights today. Four stars. I was it's interesting that Neil wrote this because last night, I wrote I think it was Vanity Fair. Esquire got together with some former writers of Roseanne from the original run and some talked. Under the condition of being anonymous and said, it was fifty fifty some said that the show they wished the show the best. And there were there were two from the original run that said, look, no matter how disgraced no matter how much you don't like her personally. It's very hard to replace a lead of a show. And you have to have this one writer was like here's the deal. It takes a certain this is almost verbatim. It takes a certain personality type to lead lead sitcom Roseanne had it and it's hard to fill that void. With an ensemble. And the writer said, I don't know if it's a he or she. But the writer said they love John John Goodman, love Laurie Metcalf and love Sara Gilbert, they said, but none of them have that X factor that can lead a show Louis Metcalf. Could do it you do. Yeah. And I feel like this back in the day Roseanne did. But not now when this rebuild came back. I thought are acting was awful me to see eye gla-. I said the same thing I thought I remember our review after the premiere of the reboot I thought Roseanne's timing which she was known for her her timing was always very natural. I think we went back that day that we talked about it on this show. I went back, and I watched two of her routines on Carson and her delivery in the standard was like she was telling us a story her her acting in the premiere last year was very stilted. It was like she was reading. It was very Rattatte her reading of the lines. It seemed like lines. I think she felt uncomfortable. Doing this whole reboot. I listened to. She was a guest on the Joe Rogan podcast. Oh, you listen to that. I listened to the whole thing. Yes. She kind of mentioned in that that you know, in terms of the in the writer's room. She wanted to have a different voice be represented. She's like, yes, you can have all of the Trump jokes all you want. But at the same time there needs to be some balance here. So she would fight for. Digs on her character voted for Trump. And so she said I want to have some kind of balance here because our people would have voted for him. Back in the Connors we represent. Yes. That's what we would have represented, or at least let's have some some play back and forth. And she said that she it was not very receptive in the writer's room. So for sure I think that that first season it was already feeling uncomfortable. And when that tweet came out, it just was okay. Let's just this is this is our time to go. I do we have to give some credit for two Roseanne for giving up her financial. Gay from an stake in the show to be able to have the character. Either the actors and everyone behind the scene continue their job that was very giving of her. Absolutely. Because if you got no reason, everybody should know the ins and outs of TV Roseanne owned, you know, owned part if not all of the rights to the key. Well, it's her. Yeah. To the rights to that character. So in order to move forward ABC demanded that Roseanne have no interest whatsoever. And I guess it's very apparent her. Name is nowhere in the credits. And you will notice if eagle-eyed viewers pay close attention to the pictures in the Connor living room. There are no pictures of Roseanne anywhere like her. They they don't even have the rights, nor do I think they wanted to use her likeness in any way, which I find fascinating. More of her side after that interview too. Watching it tonight. And that's why I'm curious to see how they do this. And where they're going to go with it. I'm sure it's gonna be really funny, but it is heartbreaking on so many levels. Yeah. What what do you feel? We don't have a lot of time. But but I didn't get to listen to this. Yeah. What is there something specifically that turned your dial a little bit to see her side a little bit more? Absolutely. Yeah. I mean, she felt she's feels very misunderstood that. You know, she she didn't mean her tweet in that way. And also that this swiftness. I mean, I remember when this happened. We were all like, yeah. Okay. That's what you get. But at the same time, I two of her tweets it was this tweet. And there was another tweet like many years ago that was kind of brought to light in the controversy of the the, you know, the current the recent tweet they got fired, but you just who the swiftness of that. And that they're just moving forward. There is some. Kind of sadness there when she was talking about it that she wishes the show. Success, but you could tell she doesn't want to be a part of it. And it's just. I I'm confused though, you you you said you started to see her side. Yeah. Just sadness that she was. She was a part of it. And that the the feel so misunderstood that. That's not met by her tweet. And Joe Rogan, you know, he's also he's he agrees with her that she's a comedian. And that you know that this is a slippery slope of one tweet or two over how long she's been on Twitter can end thing so swiftly. They had other examples of people who've said far worse things that were given. And also they were backed by their station like they used Smith A B as an example her tweet that controversy, but comedy central was behind her supporting her for it. She felt no support from ABC. Yeah. And so some good points there. I I need to listen to the interview
John Goodman Says Roseanne Barr Is Missed on The Conners
"Haze that man that wasn't that long ago and the country was gripped by Roseanne. Yes. And what was going to happen? And now, of course, they've got the re reboot that's premiering next week. So John Goodman's out making the rounds. And he was talking about it, and it was how heartfelt this was Jimmy Kimmel the liquor store filler. I mean, she is definitely but. After many years is like a family and last year was so miraculous. And so unreal that went it went away. It was almost like a dream, right? And I thought boy I just crashed for weeks. Wow. I believe it. I mean, they they've known each other for decades now. Yeah. You know? And they thought they were going to be going on this cool new journey. The ratings were a huge success for the reboot of Roseanne. They were like, wow, we've struck gold twice with the same series concept. Yeah. You know, you think like a band that does that? Yeah. Like to get their resurgence. And it's like man, we don't take it for granted anymore. We're just so grateful and like Aerosmith in the eighties south like that. And you got it back together. But then sometimes there is know tension or one person is a problem, and you know, Roseanne was no stranger to controversy. Yeah. There's no doubt about that. But yeah, I'm sure that he really misses her. Yeah. He had some nice things to say about her to about how she really worked with ABC to make sure that people would keep working on the show, the reread the Connors. Oh, that's cool. She gave up a lot. So that people could work. It's weird. It was very weird during the first show without a because she's my buddy of me, we just sit there, and she made me laugh and make her laugh, which is always fun because there's always a danger being yourself, Brian. When she gave a blunt for us to be able to do the show. That's cool. That's a little bit of a hostile environment to for John Goodman to be saying nice things about Roseanne. And you know, it is it is very different from some of the other co stars who have kind of have had some it seems like at least some bitterness or resentment towards Roseanne because that's what that's what the Twitter verse the Twitter mob demands right now that you have to hate Roseanne, right guy. John Goodman, who's been around the block a few times who saying no, I am not going to trash her. I mean, she did a lot of work to make sure that we could all keep doing what we love to do. Well, and you can't argue she's really helped make a lot of people a lot of money. That's very true part to be that outrageous, someone when they really padded your Bank account huge way right now, we go to Taylor
'Conners' cast says it's 'awkward' filming without Roseanne Barr
"So this show is called the Connors in case you haven't heard of this. It's supposed to debut later this month, and it's the remaining cast members they're reflecting on their new director. After bars. Fire was awkward, but not awkward Laurie Metcalf says and she's the one who plays Jackie she told people that filming without Roseanne. It was right, but not right wrong. But not wrong. What what what is that? What are those quotes? I'm so confused. What do you mean? Anyway, the series is expected to address bars character she's killed off and the family is left to recover. And you know, I like, John Goodman. So I can't I don't really wanna root against it simply because of him I actually do like him. And I love his character on the show. I like his career. I like the the curve the trajectory again of his career other stuff that he has done. So I I just think it's I just think it's really it's really sad. What's going on to this? But I I don't know. I think deep down the cast is really sad that she's not going to be a part of it. But they obviously can't come right out and say that in public for whatever reason, but we'll see how this plays out again. It's the Connors Roseanne without Roseanne. I guess that's supposed
‘The Righteous Gemstones’ First Look: Danny McBride and John Goodman are Part of a Televangelist Family
FDA Approves Weight Loss Pill
"New weapon in the fight against fat FOX's rich, Denison talks about a heart safe diet pill. New study. Finds a drug designed to fight obesity can help people lose weight and keep it off without raising the risk of heart problems the study of the drug Belvedere published in the New England Journal of medicine is the first of several new weight loss medicines to pass a heart. Safety study now required by federal regulators to stay on, the market it looks at twelve thousand people and found that after three years heart problems were no more common among users of Belvedere than. Those taking placebos velvet has, been sold in the US since two thousand
Weight-loss drug Belviq seems safe for heart, study finds
"The study of the drug Belvedere published in the New England Journal of medicine is the first of several new weight loss medicines to pass a heart. Safety study now required by federal regulators to stay on, the market it looks at twelve thousand people and found that after three years heart problems were no more common among users Abell Vic than those, taking placebos Belva kes- been, sold in the US Since twenty
Will The Conners Kill Off Roseanne Conner?
"A pharmacy, consultant one there's no way to, check for people abusing. The system in cases where the patient is an animal this came from the DA's conference in Louisville Kentucky endeavor for instance they highlighted the story of Heather Pereria who was caught in, December twenty four teen and sentenced to four years in prison for, harming her, animals that, she could get drugs have this just horribly heinous they're killing off apparently that's the rumor Roseanne character on her self titled show according to deadline
Roseanne character will be dead in spinoff, John Goodman predicts
"What the spin off to the Roseanne show the Connors might be. About without Roseanne is the main character actor John Goodman spilt some, information during an interview with the Sunday Times he hinted that his character would, be mopey and sad because his wife died but the Connors. Get through tough times. With humor and love ABC had no comment Connors is set. To air right here on ABC in
Angelina Jolie Gets New Divorce Lawyer Amid Brad Pitt Custody Battle
"Let's talk about Angelina Jolie, in the big story from people today okay, that she is focused on healing her family and. She has split from her divorce attorney Laura Wasser that they have gone their separate ways it's been so fascinating to, see the. Sides in this split between Angelina and Brad. Pitt and who feeds which publications which stories so this. Is obviously coming from Angelina camp I sources saying. That she has transitioned to new council she's decided to change her counsel. To another attorney as this attorneys, expertise is the protection and best interest of the children so a spokesperson for Angelina says Angelina appreciates Laura Wasser cooperation in transitioning the case over the. Past several weeks Angelina decided to put this woman named Samantha in charge of, her case she put her in the lead. A month ago and over. The past month, the case has been fully transitioned? To
Hungary PM endorses vetting migrants in Africa
"More this election is ridiculous hotspots to prescreen asylumseekers are being proposed by hungary's prime minister to process requests for protection outside of the european union prime minister viktor orban said after a meeting on thursday between hungary poland the czech republican slovakia the country's continued to reject any you quota plans for dispersing asylumseekers throughout europe the italian government this week also endorsed the idea hungry has long been a proponent of locations in africa where people hoping to emigrate to europe can be pre screened after the roseanne revival was asked by abc last month over at stars racist tweet a spinoff series has been announced by abc the networks ordered ten episodes of the connors with roseanne barr having to give up any creative or financial participation in it a statement from the show's producers says bar agreed to the settlement to save the jobs of two hundred cast and crew members who were idled by the roseanne cancellation she says she wishes the best for everyone involved including stars john goodman laurie metcalf sara gilbert lacy goeransson and michael fishman how her character the family matriarch will be a race from their character's lives was left unexplained for now by abc the connors will debut this fall lizard fear that be in northern europe may lack phys after a shortage of common dioxide trade group the british soft drinks association says the shortage is due to the closure of several production sites will various reasons including seasonal maintenance that shortage comes just as the will of compass getting underway in russia driving up demand for beer and soft drinks the british beer and publicist the asian predicts england fans will drink connects fourteen million pints during the next two weeks the shortage could also affect meat producers who may have trouble preserving some fresh foods industry publication gas world says the situation is worse this year because normal maintenance has coincided with technical issues at chemical plants that also puts us carbon dioxide welcome to total wine and more i challenge you to our wine tasting showdown maybe we should just explore some wine if you can't blow me away with the wind you must admit defeat sure try this cabernet.
Another U.S. Embassy employee in Cuba suffers from mystery illness
"Who says he knows precious little about an estimated seven hundred immigrant children now being housed in new york and shelters and elsewhere the governor says the federal government has placed a quote gag order on basic details like what agencies are holding the children and what the kids mental health and physical needs are my state legal responsibility for the health and welfare of those children and i want to know where they are they're not political pawns that you can hide clemens says health and human services officials are in the midst of a quote nad scramble trying to figure out what to do with the thousands of children who've been detained at the border and hhs spokeswoman did not return requests for comment bobby allen npr news new york the european union has officially imposed tariffs on us made products worth up to three billion dollars npr's destined dwyer says it will cost american companies more to sell products such as orange juice motorboats and steal this is the second major round of retaliatory tariffs to take affect against the united states in what's fast becoming an all out trade war the first came from mexico earlier this month tariffs from canada are set to take effect next month the eu canada and mexico are all responding to tariffs on aluminum and steel imposed on them by the united states on june first npr's destined wire reporting abc has announced a spin off of its hit roseanne revival series called the connors it features every major cast member except roseanne barr npr's eric dagens says the show is an attempt to continue the series in a different form without bar who sent a racist tweet leading abc to cancel the revival abc says the connors will feature the family from its classic roseanne series minus bars matriarch character roseanne conner quote after a sudden turn of events the cast includes former roseanne stars john goodman laurie metcalf and sara gilbert who also serves as an executive producer abc cancelled the rose zan revival in may despite big ratings after bar synon tweet that referred to former obama aide valerie jarrett as the offspring of the muslim brotherhood and planet of the apes the network now says the bar will have no financial or creative involvement in the new series eric duggan's npr news npr the state department says another us embassy worker has been mysteriously sickened in cuba that's the twenty fifth person to report such symptoms and other employees being checked last year stricken us workers in cuba reported inexplicable health issues such as concussions hearing loss and disorientation at twenty eight hundred square mile national forest.
Paul McCartney Releases New LP 'Egypt Station'
"Jj fdr here are the dj program detainment item number one is the continuing focus on what's abc going to do now with darlene conner and the spin off from roseanne apparently yesterday the folks that are producing this program or produce the old program have told john goodman and larry metcalf that they are going to have a new show they will receive two hundred fifty thousand dollars an episode as was negotiated for the second season of the revival of roseanne i'd say that means they're going to have a revival of or i don't know how do they what do they call it a spin off of over whatever it is there is big money because the roseanne show proved to be the number one show the season for abc not only the number one show new show but the number one show ratings wise so they you know roseanne screwed everybody including yourself with this wanted just it'll be interesting to see if she'll sign off and allow them to do it they won't do what they've told her she cannot profit from it way if she profits from it then you're going to still have sponsors pulling out of the project even if she's not in it so is she going to issue going to swallow pride go on without her or is going to make a stink that'll be interesting part to figure she says she's going to just walk away so they'd be really easy to kill her i if they wanted to just keep it roseanne they could actually just get rid of her because the last episode had her going in for knee surgery and well it's likely to die usually from knee replacement surgery you know wrong right right complications okay twentyfive after the hour speaking of things wrong yesterday we're trying to figure out what happened to paul mccartney's new singles that was supposed to be out and they weren't but they are now for everyone to enjoy seventeenth studio album is being released called egypt station that's in september the album he named after one of his original paintings as new singles we talked about i don't know and come on to me and so that's where we have playing in the background here let's see what we think discipline's i dunno it's not my favorite i like the other one a little bit better sure why don't we play i wanted to give you a chance listen to i haven't heard them either dr pretty standard retarded max june right winning or the other yes come on.
"john goodman" Discussed on WLOB
"I think he's seventy two i saw them in seventy eighty seventy one so that was forty years ago i'm gonna say lionel sixty six almost you're close but not close enough right six nine sixty nine lionel richie moving on down to a man who's done a lot of drugs in his life we're talking brian wilson of the beach boys aged today his birthday his birthday is today let's see i'll say he is seventy one i think he's older than that he's gotta be he's gotta be seventy eight seventy four almost seven six seventy six brian wilson and this guy love to see him in anything he's a fabulous actor and i think it's latest effort went down the tubes because of something she said and it's too bad hopefully she'll give it back together talking about roseanne john goodman played the husband right no john goodman i'll say he's sixty six oh aid talking about john guvener roseanne we're talking about giving good okay all right so john guven i'd say he is same age sixty two i'll say sixty six as well you said the right one john goodman is sixty so why the six forty one in the morning and this lady is had a lot of hit songs and her day and she's still singing still looking good we're talking about an murray one of canada's surprise talents and murray and murray i i'll say she's seventy five i'd say she's seventy seventy two almost race seventythree it says here van halen's bassist michael anthony the also he's sixty one four sixty four well our he's gotta be sixty i think eddie was eight years older that would make him sixty i'm say seventy dave gets a sixty four i'm on the board who okay do alexander graham bell installs the world's first commercial telephone service on this day eighteen seventy seven where new york city oh i'd say philadelphia i have no idea why i'm gonna say cleveland ohio okay.
Roseanne Barr, Sara Gilbert and John Goodman discussed on Loo and Chilli
"Right now this is they're getting through those joint abc's roseanne spin off is one step closer to becoming a reality as negotiations are reportedly moving into this new face sources are saying that roseanne barr has signed to step away from the creative and financial end of the new show and allow her cast and crew to craft spinoff now the show is said to be based around the character played by sara gilbert darlene i several roseanne writers producers cast members including john goodman and laurie metcalf a reportedly on board as these negotiations continue but even if roseanne does sign off on the spinoff to not benefit all financially abc would still have to pick it up officially because nobody officially has said they would do that so yes she she's not going to gain anything financially god love them all but i just don't know how it's going to do without roselle agree it's going to be very tough love hate roseanne love hate what happened.
1 dead, several injured in shooting at New Jersey festival
"Happy father's day everyone and our top stories now just a few days to go until summer is officially here but tomorrow will feel like it's already arrive temperatures are expected in the nineties and could possibly top the nineteen twenty nine record of ninety four degrees twenty nine year old woman is dead after a crash on ninety three south in braintree police said the woman had gotten out of her car after hitting the guardrail near exit five a second car hit her buick and pushed it into her she was pronounced dead at the scene and a convoy of ships carrying hundreds of african refugees has arrived in spain authorities say they will be granted forty five days before they must begin the process of resolving their legal situation in europe in new jersey at least one person is killed and several others hurt after shooting broke out at an all night cultural event in trenton reports say the shooting started a little before three am the event which runs through the night began yesterday afternoon and usually attracts thousands in showcases music art and food police say the situation has been chaotic with several people in the hospital some already undergoing surgery abc is determined to find a way to somehow keep one of their most successful shows on the air and it looks like it's happening a roseanne spinoff is one step closer to becoming realities negotiations move into a new phase roseanne barr is reportedly agreed not to be part of the project financially and creatively and allow other cast members to craft the new show based around the character of darlene played by sara gilbert john goodman and laurie metcalf on board along with several writers producers and cast members roseanne barr's previous show was cancelled after after a controversy following racist tweets a mother charged with drunk driving with her newborn baby in the back seat is expected in north broad district court on monday she was arrested after a good samaritan alerted police wbz's karyn regal has details marino was arrested around twelve thirty in the afternoon on gale street in north row after another driver noticed her alleged radic driving and called authorities marino was accused of drinking a number of.
"john goodman" Discussed on Awards Chatter
"Zan connor will the she own by association the rights to darlene conner if you were to do a sara gilbert spinoff that's all still to be determined and it's so messy you know when you have she does though leslie if she let's say she owns some of these other characters and these people who worked on the show with her who i presume so consider her friend john goodman laurie metcalf circular if they went to her and said look you've put us terrible position can you please would you be willing to sell the characters or whatever to abc i don't know that abc wants to be seen as buying characters from roseanne doing anything with roseanne they don't want roseanne barr to profit from anything they're doing and that was a big part of the cancellation and whether or not look this all happened so fast it's unclear if if they even considered like well can we just fire her can the show continue without her then she's she's the head writer she's the executive producer she owns part of it it's all giant mess as which is a direct quote from one source well another less important thing that happened as we're zolt of roseanne barr tweet and the cancellation of the show is that abc's also thrown overboard the fic emmy campaign for the show and it probably was not gonna be a huge emmy player even with abc's support because roseanne is not the cup of tea of that many people out here she never was even when the show is on the first time she did have one win but the show was not a perennial nominee or anything like that it was it was always more i think of a fan favorite that our viewer favourite than industry favorite but do you think that in a way the way in which she screwed so many of the people that she worked with who are respected like john goodman like laurie metcalf could actually redound in some way to their benefit where people are saying look it's not their fault that she did what she did and they were fine even if we don't necessarily like the show and the fact that even though the shows named after her look john goodman and laurie metcalf were very good and they were perennial nominee nominees the first time around why should they be punished because.
"john goodman" Discussed on Doug Loves Movies
"Why are you somebody somebody had the act that out insure aids and you and your friends fell out and you're like i'm gonna can't wait to explain this every time i made her acting with somebody from the twitter verse well thank you for do you want you real name revealed okay he said it which dacian so this mayor not may or may not be in what is your suggestion for today's game sir two great john goodman i'm familiar of the number one hit on television roseanne character you call it hasn't heard the news in a few days these recorded so far in advance do you badgen if we stepped in it i mean nobody would suggest roseanne because the answers she devil that's it it's been one movie but all right so we're going to go with the gray john goodman starting with you i think you should show off scoot and nato movie that you've been in with john goodman if such a movie exists yes but i'm saving that okay save that one okay ready what if i think of it use it right argo that's a smart play yeah he's in argo a year at argo yeah he's one of the hostages easier eleventh favorite how many are there.
"john goodman" Discussed on WGN Radio
"Pharmaceuticals that we manufactured but racism is not one of them boy brilliant a genius response to that whole mri debacle that people are still talking about the latest with that whole thing today now is the john goodman finally said something about it but very little thing i i don't wanna say anything that's gonna make this worse so i just won't say anything meeting commenting on roseanne's tweet he he didn't come on that but he you know a lot of people said they feel bad for cast members now who have lost their jobs because of roseanne tweet john goodman being one of them but he said he's he's just fine there have been there's been talk of their abc could try to launch sort of an alternative version of the show one of two ways is what's being speculated that it could be the connor is still be the connor family just without roseanne and how they deal with that i know what they call a dean what's that knows zan thunder family knows yeah well maybe they were listening yesterday 'cause i said perhaps you know she's having this knee surgery knee replacement i can know that and perhaps she doesn't make it through the surgery that was my suggestion oh oh my yeah yup or they bring in sandy duncan valerie's family back in the day something something like that whether they replace the actor or you know come up with some explanation of why the brazilians and it's not there anymore is one issue or they just take the entire cast and create a whole different premise oh that's interesting let's see was kind of the the shoot kinda was so yeah was was kind of the glue.
"john goodman" Discussed on Off Camera with Sam Jones
"Hey folks sam jones here welcome to another edition of off camera the show where i get to talk to conic creative curious artists and find out how they got that way and in this episode i sit down with actor john goodman john goodman wasn't always the imposing presence he is today but he's always had his charisma as an eighth grader in missouri john charm the hard guys in school with a spot on gomer pyle impression so they would protect as he explains i was a little fat kid i had the glasses with the tape in the middle i was nerdy man well that nerdiness went away and his john got older he became heavily influenced by marlon brando and captivated by the language of shakespeare john discovered his dream to become an actor and left the midwest for new york to make it happen after a stint as thomas jefferson in a dinner theater in dishes of seventeen seventy six john found commercial succe success in new york city but it's career really took off when roseanne came along the late eighties he's also been a fixture in several coen brothers movies including raising arizona oh brother art thou the big lebowski and others bringing his characteristic physicality to roles that simmer with an explosive energy exhibit a screaming obscenities and beating the jesus out of a corvette with a crowbar in the big lebowski that onscreen volatility was also present and john's offscreen life decades of heavy drinking forced john to confront his demons as a selfdescribed ego maniac with an inferiority complex he has come out the other side with humility grace and an endearingly self deprecating sense of humor his perspective on his life and career downright fascinated john brings candor and went to our off camera conversation we discuss why everything is on the page with the coen brothers have roseanne came back after twenty one year hiatus why john in his.
"john goodman" Discussed on KSFO-AM
"No that's just an odd seat that's actually the only way you can approach it from the left you know you have we have to shame everything out of existence the left us they feel like they do and don't anybody email me but i just i really wonder john goodman's character and i'd mentioned this earlier i just wonder where we know for example we know that the the sister i can't think of her name we we know that she's liberal right we know that she's going to be liberal and that roseanne is going to be a trump supporter the daughters i don't know i'm assuming sara gilbert will be more liberal i don't know where you when they're having if they're having these political arguments is john goodman just going to be sitting at the table shaking his head going like oh man right shut up which i could see well or a more populist and not really falling one side or the other because sometimes you know it's you have to pick out the one character that is what the voice of reason right that's what will you to just shut up yeah you know i've had enough i'm going to go have a beer on the porch or something like that yeah i could see that i mean that's kind of the way the dan was on the show i mean i mean back in the day you know it was a lot of it was between but he was about the relationship between him and roseanne some of the greatest scenes though was to me looking back and i can't identify particular episode of roseanne but when he would get angry when he ran bo.
"john goodman" Discussed on KVNT Valley News Talk
"Yeah because kenu even get away with this much right of really it's just a portrayal of a family that might be the case for a a number of families where the parents or at least one parent is you know this politically and more conservative as they get older especially but i'm expecting to see how can how can roseanne chain sandra nazi no that's she's a nazi that's actually the only way you can approach it from the left you know you you have we have to shame everything out of existence the left us they feel like they do and don't anybody email me but i just i really wonder john goodman's character and i mentioned this earlier i just wonder where we we know for example i'm the i we know that the the sister i can't think of her name we we know that she's liberal right we know that she's going to be liberal and that roseanne is going to be a trump supporter the daughters i don't know i'm assuming sara gilbert we will be more liberal i don't know where when they're having if they're having these political arguments is john goodman just going to be sitting at the table just shaking his head going like right shut up right which i could see well or a more populist and not really falling one side or the other because sometimes you know it's you have to pick out the one character that is what the voice of reason right that's what they will you to just shut up or you know i've had enough i'm going to go have a beer on the porch or something like that yeah i could see that i mean that's kind.
"john goodman" Discussed on KBOI 670AM
"You know you have we have to shame everything out of existence the left us they feel like they do and don't anybody email me but i just i really wonder john goodman's character and i mentioned this earlier i just wonder where we we know for example we know that the the sister i can't think of her name we we know that she's liberal right we know that she's going to be liberal and that roseanne is going to be a trump supporter the daughters i don't know i'm assuming sara gilbert who will be more liberal i don't know where when they're having if they're having these political arguments is john goodman just going to be sitting at the table just shaking his head going like oh man right shut up which i could see well or a more populist and not really falling one side or the other because sometimes you know it's you have to pick out the one character that is what the voice of reason right that's what will you to just shut up you know i've had enough i'm going to go have a beer on the porch or something like that yeah yeah i could see that i mean that's kind of the way the dan was on the show i mean i mean back in the day you know it was a lot of it was between but he was about the relationship between him and roseanne some of the greatest scenes though is to me looking back and i can't identify particular episode of roseanne but when he would get angry when he really angry about john lewis is really great.
"john goodman" Discussed on KOMO
"Is at the editor's desk stacey black our technical director repre share you're taking the time to join us as we take a look at some of our top stories a warning from federal officials that other destructive devices may have been mailed did not yet found following the arrest of an effort man in connection with the several suspicious packages sent to dc area military facilities the motive is still unknown but former fbi agent brad garret has handled similar cases this is all about getting attention this is about raising their sort of power level basically look at me the fbi has a warrant and is searching than kong fans home in everett komo news time six eighteen sounds familiar right the reboot of roseanne premieres tonight on abc it picks up where the show left off in nineteen ninety seven with one notable difference and tell us about that and more we say hello to abc news entertainment correspondent jason nathanson who joins us from los angeles what is jason that notable difference well dan is alive and well john goodman's character who died in the finale heart attack that that we're just gonna forget about all that and they make them funny references to it in the first one in the first episode back here so all the whole cast is back got john goodman both becky both the women who played the daughter becky are back in different capacities one is the daughter one is not the daughter they'll find out how they do that as well and you know it's interesting because this is you know one of the not the first blue collar family but one of the most popular blue collar family that we saw on tv in an age where we didn't see that much of that and now we're kind of in an age where we don't really see a whole lot of that either.
"john goodman" Discussed on Super Station 101
"Back with the line superstation what a one wida andrew and jessica all right let's talk about roseanne barr on jimmy kimmel okay now first off this things like four or five minutes i'm not gonna play the whole thing but roseanne and very roseanne fashion uses some language i was gonna ask that actually now it's bleeped out in here so you can be you know take comfort in that standdown when you walked down to the did you guy was at an emotional experience seeing that set for the first time in so i i can't i've looked for the word for this john candy in roseanne barr not john candy john good john goodman i samantha john candy's dead it's like we took a two week break and came back after twenty eight like just like so much older yeah during that time it was like a wormhole or twenty years you ran for president during that time yup you i do to say you're kind of the original crazy tweeter yeah trump totally stole my wet yeah i i ran my whole campaign on twitter in two thousand twelve and you know what's weird jimmy it's really hard to get on the ballot on account you know corruption and stuff out on three state ballots okay three states california colorado or something and florida.
"john goodman" Discussed on No Agenda
"Okay very lighthearted kimmel actually jimmy kimmel fam talk show host kinda showed his colors when he had roseanne on roseanne barr and john goodman of course they have the roseanne show coming back after twenty years at believe it's navy c show so he had do it yeah you've probably heard about this what roseanne said i clipped a little bit of it but there's something kimmel says here that i thought was encouraging and this is why hit play and it didn't work rent life and everybody's family is pissed off at each other for one thing or the other family mad at you well you know we had some pro hillary's and some protrump and there was a lot of fighting dance characters did you be with our foreign policy listen that never mind her foreign policy helping captain wacko we got running the country sunk because i know you're you were very liberal socially liberal person in general i mean still the move you went so far out you lost right audience i like that he said that you're probably right by the way i don't know if that was just filler i know i saw the video i think he really meant it maybe we'll definitely off to deep end but also she's identifying dementia dementia beach you guys moved out over there that's what she's saying to him you lost right their audience and including me i saying this jimmy a lot of you know no matter who we bought a four we don't want to see our president fail right.
"john goodman" Discussed on High and Mighty
"It's called schindler but if that was like a pond on yeah i saw it i took a photo is like why isn't as coach and there's lifted i i thought it was so funny and people in like europe like it is you go in and you put like a rock on the little is that added in the movie and get on if you're wearing a red coke do you guys have a favorite birthday gift or party oh here's a shitty thing about january 31st his birthday offend a negative i remember negative i used to love going to the movies and the my mom would like you can have a movie birthday and you know you bring like eight friends thune movie theater by january not the best time for movies i remember seeing matinee the john goodman the john goodman movie about the giant ants and then also the other birthday movie a different year who has king ralph another jal i saw that for others it would make sense i was very well made leary's seen where he shoots the stake off that will play knocks everybody's glasses i'm like these things goodman name movie about is john goodman interactive obea us no no in matinees about a dude who's making sifi movies may be and it's a big big ants come to life okay but he's he in iraq and he's also interact zola a year young john goodman very i love a good good men who a terrifies me like at his size he like stress as well you know yeah but he looks good in inside low in davis hugh swiss stressing me out 'cause like he's playing a guys like die resigned using gains on like this is to real from the ida and that's when i started doing crunches in the father.
"john goodman" Discussed on I Think You're Interesting
"I've gotten to meet so many awesome people that i loved i used to would be able to say was kathy bates but i got to remember kathy bates is way way way way way way way up my list of people i admire respect in think is incredible um john goodman just got to meet him for the first time who have never met uh i mean i guess i've what i'm kind of humbly bragging here that i've met a lot of really great people and i'm not friends with them renewing but i've just gotten a i make a point to meet people in say hello and thank them we ah when i got this when i was in same room and same space with john goodman i was a leading that moment go yeah i would say i answers john candy what sir what you like about him his at his likeable nece i wish i had i'm i get to play really likeable character but uh uh a plane strains automobiles is to me the greatest and in another mona his movies called only the lonely uh uh a he just was so likeable and lovable and seemingly nice and when catherine o'hara's done are uh our show i've asked her just when it tell me john candy stories uh she's like i'd love to knin she's ito told me about different things in it you know i just wish i could have met him a wish ika were oh man i met him no dennis france area now he's i i my biggest career and i told him this that gets elnissim person somebody arranged for me to meet him because they knew how much i loved him i told him i said dennis my biggest career regret is never getting thrown up against a wall by youth and being called a third get over near you heard a loved how much he used to say turn on nypd blue um i love john candido yeah yeah and finally what is your favorite tv show that you are not a part of.
"john goodman" Discussed on Kermode and Mayo's Film Review
"Trial la wish you we go next let's go to uh berlin wall you a germany more home and logged yes yeah again this is a first film by a driscoll david lee chew has been a stunt coordinator with which i skis for awhile um he was also second you directional director on some pretty big action films including jurassic world and captain america's civil war most importantly he directed some scenes in john whic officially threats by his his colleague chance to house cute agreed worked with a lot with uh on on which i ski filmed yet now when i went into told me blunt i thought okay this is going to be john whic bought with our these the wrong absolutely isn't that is an adaptation of a graphic novel called the coldest city which is set in 1949 and berlin just before the collapse of the berlin wall and in fact it begins with a clip famous ronald reagan speech where he says you tear in his wall it's nested within a kind of i am i six debrief seen where charlene's agent whose coloring bros him is brought in by toby jones on john goodman to account for the tone has boxes tandy's off chaos in the german capital on both sides of the berlin wall on the soviet site on western signed and she is covered with bruises and cuts she has been through the wars and then stunned but it's completely unflappable about what has transpired on this slowly drip site over the course of this debriefed meeting of course we then cut to berlin itself where it turns out she got into trouble pretty much as soon as stepping off the plane as this clip will illustrates so is this you first time in berlin well it's remarkable time to be in.
"john goodman" Discussed on The Film Vault
"Charlize ferron and it was nice to see a beautiful shirley staring back as a last time i think i saw her anyways the big screen was the ever great mad max fury road but she was not looking like ferron of a of a beauty and hot she wasn't looking like me believe varenne whereas you does were ads for james mcevoy sorted sofia patella toby jonsson john goodman are in this case yes great trailer highest speculations high expectations when i saw the red band trailer as akasaka shirley's kick in assets either kicked she kicked a lot ask them did you like this when it first came out and it's called the longest good night with davis virus alan longest known i did you like it when it was killed bill volume wanted to add elements although i wanted to go obviously they all day overthrew line which is a female protagonists the kicks ask she's an ask aching banished bitch right and this movie it comes on i'm db is called action for john our action hold on let me let me finding analyzes your users admit thriller none of this is that the actual on i am db realize is that users can genre let's just like they can do for further trivia did and i don't think we can go in there and make its going there right now atomic wanna combine let's make gruber's aurora romantic comedy who bridal big sent that can that can happen i don't know again you don't have no idea at the studio actually give some information for and they don't just put up a blend gambits go let let the the people who go see the movie just fill out the the the the place so with illicit s khola limits no matter like just eat it.
"john goodman" Discussed on Pop Culture Continuum
"And all interesting fact about dig me out yes hard it was produced by john goodman son is that true well as name's john goodman son so i have to assume oet yeah has to be hits that's like the old the medievalstyle naming oh interesting i wonder if uh roseanne was ever hanging out the sessions still don't know what what's going come with that that particular program so weird i don't either all watch it a watch at least the first episode um this john goodman said has equate of like late 90s early 2000s a record from himself fear has also resume their of death of a a bunch of kept for kqed's loss come pen ceos i cannot america's says campesinas area i would also be a flutter a bunch of slater kenny how would tang clients over the place tangling jesus it's interesting it's you don't usually click on a hanson oh hance hanson had some really good producers on their shit underneath the produced whatever wherever that came that was the third album they had like the dust brothers did their their first album letting anyway john talked about dig me out of it i think the thing about the hard to talk about sluiter can use their songs to me sent really similar it's i mean it's the thing you can say that about any music either until you like really get into it i feel like like a lot of people say that about like reggae all reggae songs on the same or whatever um no i i i hear what you're saying i i i do recognize that there's differences between the songs i just i guess theoretically ravin listen to it enough but you will lead to definitely i mean they have their own style unsound for sure jet address and the are quite good at it like yes i don't wanna hear them do like mariah carey type should not the idea i desperately would like to hear that i was just reading something where that movie the house is that what is called will farrell and amy poehler are yet it's the it's it's not will fare on imports a hugh lorry to tv show as well oh yeah that's right with the obama uh intern dude.