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Trailer: The Johnny Carson Show

The Johnny Carson Show

02:00 min | 1 year ago

Trailer: The Johnny Carson Show

"He Johnny if you're a fan of late night comedy you know there will always always only be one king of late night and that is Johnny Carson. The man who set the goal standard as the thirty year host of the tonight show catch edge. Very you see that introduction. Yes did you know that it takes over one hundred talented people to put a show like this together a show like this. Ah Put together by three Weiner's now with the Johnny Carson Show official podcast. You can listen to those Larry's as monologues and amazing guest that multiple generations have loved and watched every knife. I'm your podcast hosted. We'll Schreiner and I was there making over a dozen appearances myself on the Johnny Carson show. Yeah I joke about. I was afraid of marriage married so many times he sends his alimony checks out bulk rate. It does save money original producers of Johnny show orchestrating the best highlights and each week. We will release a new podcast featuring clips tips from the show as well as commentary. You can expect to hear some of the biggest stars and Comedians who got their break into show business with Johnny You Ellen Degeneres Jerry Jerry Seinfeld tonight to see Johnny Carson in egg man. I'm onto the talking show. Business folks people like Robin Williams David Letterman Garry shandling. The list goes on and on. We hope you enjoy the Johnny Carson Show available wherever you get your favorite podcast and be sure to subscribe so that you're always date now ladies and gentlemen.

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Music: Johnny Cash, Man in Black

The Dark Side Of

52:55 min | 2 years ago

Music: Johnny Cash, Man in Black

"I'm vanessa richardson introducing a new podcast original today in true crime. Today is monday monday august nineteenth two thousand nineteen on this day in nineteen seventy. John norman collins was convicted. The murder of eighteen year old karen sue bynum an an outsider would have assumed collins called handsome by the newspapers was was karen's boyfriend that it was a crime of passion however despite being tried for only one murder collins was guilty of of many many more authorities believed he was notorious that collins was the ipse landy ripper today and true crime is podcast new daily show that relives the biggest true crime events from each day in history. Don't miss today's full episode follow today and true crime for free on spotify and anywhere you listen to podcasts now due to the graphic nature nature of this podcast listener discretion is advised. This episode features discussions of child abuse sexual harassment and domestic violence. We advise extreme caution for listeners under thirteen <music>. A dry wind blew across the the california desert fifty miles in any direction there was only sand sunbathing lizards and two young country musicians crouched next to a nineteen fifty seven jaguar roadster johnny cash rocked back and forth in the limited shade provided by the car his friend singer johnny western added his back cash was in the throes of breakdown. He could no longer remember how many amphetamines he had taken that day but he kept taking more anyway. He unloaded his anxieties on western in mile a minute babble. He was an addict. His marriage was a sham. He felt trapped by his family to capitol off. He was one of the most famous this musicians in the world and traveled the road more than two hundred fifty days a year without any rest western. Listen to it all with with an understanding nod. He tried to comfort his friend and told him to take a break. Nobody expected johnny cash to be a superhero cash could barely hear him in his mind. He was on stage under the hot lights and piercing gazes of thousands of fans. All he felt was pressure and all he heard was hungry. Applause welcome to the dark side of a podcast original in this show we will delve into the seedy underbelly of pop culture icons and historical events. We aim to expose the ugly truth behind the cultural moments and public figures as we hold most dear proving that there is always more to the story than meets the eye on your host richard and i'm kate. This is our fourth episode would exploring the dark side of the music industry. The business has especially in the last century been synonymous with some of the most sordid aspects aspect of our society from rampant drug use to the exploitative creation of popstars too brutal violence and murder. The industry history can be a volatile and dangerous environment. You can find episodes of the dark side of and all other park cast originals for free on spotify fi or wherever you listen to podcasts to stream the dark side of for free on spotify just open the app and type the dark side of in the search bar at podcast. We're grateful for you our listeners. You allow us to do what we love. Let us know how doing reach out on facebook and instagram a._m. At podcast and twitter at par cast network and if you enjoy today's episode the best way to help is to leave us a five star review wherever you're listening listening. It really does help this week. We'll take a look at johnny cash. One of the best selling musicians of all time throughout his career cash took on the persona of the outlaw but there was a price for his forays into darkness for almost fifty years cash suffered from addiction depression and ended a never ending pressure to perform but before all that his world was confined to the cotton fields of rural arkansas. Johnny johnny cash was born j._r. Cash on february twenty sixth nineteen thirty two in kingsland arkansas. He was the middle child in a staunch southern baptist family with seven children. Johnny's parents ray and carry cash were tenant farmers who struggled to make ends meet. Johny grew up toiling in the cut and fields starting at the age of eight. He was supervised by his father. A man who made sure johnny learned about the dark side of life early on once when johnny was young his childhood dog had a litter of puppies ray claim the family couldn't afford to feed them an order johnny to bring them to the riverbank while johnny watched ray put the newborn pups ups in a sack and threw them in the river afterward. He shot the puppies mother. Johnny never forgot the sound of the gunshot mingled singled with the frantic splashing of the puppies trying to escape the burlap sack memories like this haunted johnny his father's callous behavior caused him to grow into a quiet boy who sought approval wherever he could get it unfortunately his emotional development and would only be twisted further by tragedy as he aged the worst day of johnny's life was may thirteenth nineteen forty forty four that morning twelve year old. Johnny woke up feeling uneasy. His mother and his older brother jack aged fourteen had the same same strange unearthly premonition that something bad would happen soon. Unfortunately their worst fears came to pass while working at the nearby sawmill. Jack struck up a conversation with a neighbor boy and didn't notice the saw guard was not not properly in place. The blade jumped when jack pulled it back toward him caught him in the stomach and went straight through to the intestines. Johnny was on his way home from the river with his fishing pole. When he saw his father running down the road carrying his brother's bloody clothes mm-hmm jack was taken to the hospital and put on morphine. He stayed there for days floating in and out of consciousness at times he rambled incoherently but others he was perfectly lucid after a week. Jack passed away before he died. He asked his mother if she could here. The angels singing. No one could tell whether he was hallucinating or not but johnny always believed the the angels his brother heard or real. Johnny never got over the death of his brother. He always felt guilty for predicting disaster and for failing to stop him from going to work that day. His guilt was made much worse by his father ray. Cash told told johnny flatly on several occasions that johnny showed have been the one to die. He said the twelve year old shouldn't have been wasting his time fishing while his brother worked to support the family his words shattered johnny made all the worse by the fact that deep down he he believed them he would struggle his entire life to feel that he deserved to live and thrive the gnawing sense of inadequacy instilled in him by his father created a powerful need for external validation. He craved the love of others but simultaneously felt unworthy it one of the only things that help johnny deal with his emptiness. After his brother's death was music he started visiting a neighbor neighbor to learn the guitar and wrote poems which he sometimes read at school despite johnny's shyness and sometimes halting delivery other students and slater remembered that they were impressed by the poems johnny found writing poems and songs to be safe ways to express his emotions it also so allowed him to dream about his future. He didn't exactly know what he wanted to do with the rest of his life but he knew he didn't wanna spend it in the cottonfields infield in nineteen fifty at the age of eighteen. He searched for his calling as many men did by joining the military after the korean war began in june. Johnny signed up for four years in the air force. Johnny did well in the force and was eventually willie promoted to staff sergeant in charge of a unit of forty other soldiers in germany. His comrades got along with him. Well but described grabbed him as relatively quiet. He rarely went out partying and preferred to pass time in the barracks with a small group of friends in later years. Johny sometimes exaggerated about his time overseas. He claimed that he smuggled contraband onto the base. Got in fights with his superior officers and often went out carousing bars soldiers who served alongside him said that many of those claims were hyperbole according to for them. Johnny was more likely to stay in his room at the base and read the bible rather than start a fight. He sometimes went out drinking with them. That rarely got out of control. Still there were moments when the darker side of johnny cash showed itself one night he went out with a friend then got very drunk as his friend helped him back to the base. They saw a black soldier walking down the street holding hands with the white german girl title johnny saw the two together and went ballistic. He started cursing at the soldier and screamed racist epithets and he had to be restrained by his friend. Eventually military police got involved and forced him to calm down. The incident shocked shocked many in the barracks who had never heard johnny san unkind word to anyone at all much less anything racist. It seems that growing up in the depression russian near a south had shaped his beliefs more than he led on in fact. Most of janis closest friends at the base were fellow southerners. A few of them got together regularly to play country music and sing together. They even formed a band called the landsberg barbarians though they only played in public public together once most of their musical activity was for their own private entertainment the camaraderie and private practice help johnny honed his singing abilities and skill at the guitar as he improved he started to dream about becoming a professional musician singing gave him an outlet lead to express his feelings which is father never permitted him to do while growing up but music wasn't the only way johnny searched for love and acceptance dense. He also began to date a woman he met during training and san antonio vivian liberato despite barely they spending any time with vivian in person before he was shipped overseas. Johnny was head over heels for her. He wrote her letters from germany. Each week. Sometimes multiple times a day after they had only been dating for a muslim. Johnny spent a considerable portion of his signing bonus to rent an expensive expensive apartment in germany in an incredibly impulsive move. He tried to get vivien to come and live with him. The move surprised just janis comrades who used their time in the forest to explore travel and have a good time. Johnny on the other hand seemed interested in settling down as quickly as possible privately. Some wondered whether johnny really loved vivian that much or if he was just that desperate to receive love in in return. It sometimes seemed like johnny latched onto vivian so tightly simply because she responded to his letters he knew she was a conservative conservative. Young woman who was clearly looking for a long-term relationship he may have rented the apartment to show he was just as serious and to prevent her from looking elsewhere for a man but the grand gesture didn't pay off vivians father put the kabosh on the move he was fervently catholic catholic and did not like the idea of his daughter dating a southern baptist despite his protests johnny continued to exchange letters with vivian the n. for another two years. They were still together when johnny was finally discharged from the air force at the age of twenty two of long last vivians father agreed to let the to marry as long as johnny underwent a month of classes in catholicism. I johnny was willing to do whatever whatever it took to keep vivians love. They decided to move to memphis tennessee together as both had some family in town now oh that he had secured some much-needed personal support. Johnny turned his attention back to music. Even after the engagement he wasn't comfortable bowl sharing his entire self with vivian. Thanks to his upbringing. He had never really sat down and talked about his feelings. There were some some things he could only discuss in song to that end. Janis older brother roy introduced him to a couple of people he knew in memphis. This who played music as a hobby luther perkins and marshall grant both twenty six years old hit it off with johnny immediately. They were all easy easy-going southern men who loved gospel and country music. Johnny began jamming with lutheran marshall and soon. They decided to perform in public together. Their first concert was a free gig at a neighborhood church. The crowd was small but public performance was a big step for johnny honey and he had jitters for hours beforehand. He needed the audience to like him. Because his performances amounted to a bearing of his soul role he considered a rejection of his music to be a rejection of him personally. Fortunately the audience at the church it did seem to like the group's performance after that first concert music began to dominate giannis free time he married vivian in nineteen fifty eighty four and the two moved into a small two bedroom apartment. He got a day job as an appliance salesman and devoted all his remaining time to the new ban. After a couple more public performances marshall luther and johnny felt they had enough experience to make a record the details depend on the account but somehow the three of them contacted record producer sam phillips and scored an audition with him. Phillips lips was hot off the success of his new artist elvis presley. He was looking for more artists to help grow the emerging rock and roll genre. Ah phillips was impressed with the trio. Since none of the three were experienced professional musicians. They had a raw sound. That intrigued treated him. He especially liked the original songs. Johnny played though janis voice was shaky. During the audition due to stage fright phillips cbs could tell it how to depth and passion he could coax out. Johnny was overjoyed. That phillips recognized the passion in his songs. It was was the first time anyone had acknowledged that they heard what johnny was trying to say and it made the approval all the more meaningful phillips sign nine them to sun records and they set to work on a promotional single soon. Johnny was met with even more good news. Vivian was pregnant with their first child. Johnny told her that his recording contract would ensure a financially stable life for the family but vivienne was is already starting to worry that he preferred the adulation of small crowds over coming home to her. She wanted to be enough for him but she. You didn't realize that johnny's music was a second half of himself. Something he couldn't share at home leaving the stage behind completely. I would mean abandoning that side of his feelings. Vivian didn't fully understand what this meant for her husband but nevertheless she supported. It'd his dreams while she was pregnant. In may of nineteen fifty five she gave birth to a daughter rosanne. She was twenty one and johnny when he was twenty three a month later johnny cash and the tennessee to release their first single. Hey porter on the b side of the record. They recorded another original song. Cry cry cry. Things moved quickly after that johnny's first big show came in august nineteen fifty five when he played alongside a spate of big acts in memphis including elvis by now elvis elvis had been releasing songs for about a year he and johnny developed a cordial but competitive relationship they playfully imitated each other at at their concerts and each tried to outsell the other during the next year giannis fame grew along with elvis's but he didn't see royalty check until nineteen fifty six thanks to the fine print in his contract with sun records. Though johnny considered sam phillips a friend as well as a business partner it clearly didn't encourage phillips to give him any special consideration phillips could see what music meant to johnny and and he loved his sound because of it he encouraged his artists emotions when it benefited his bottom line but that didn't have any bearing on royalty arrangements in phillips view emotion was an indispensable part of music but it had to be foregone when it came to business at the time. Johnny was happy to persevere for the thrill of performing finally six months after his debut single at twenty three years old old. He received his first check with it. He was able to quit his day job selling appliances. He was on his way but he would soon soon. Find out the life of a celebrity was not all roses up next johnny cash deals with the struggles roles and temptations of fame birthdays anniversaries holidays geezer the important dates. 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Hello i'm johnny cash mm-hmm coming off the success of cry cry cry and a new song folsom prison blues in nineteen fifty six twenty three year old. Johnny johnny cash was one of music's biggest rising stars later that year he recorded walk the line a hit which was only beaten in in the charts by elvis's heartbreak hotel. Johnny felt the world was his to conquer and it was rapidly growing wider and as has his world expanded. He grew further away from his wife. Vivienne divide became obvious in nineteen fifty-six after one of janis most memorable performances at the grand ole opry a famous nashville music venue. It was there that he first met twenty-seven-year-old june june carter. She was a member of the famous carter family a music group that sang gospel and old country songs. Johnny was enchanted with june who was a beautiful and talented singer on their first meeting. The two only shared a brief conversation backstage but it was enough enough to make johnny smitten. He jokingly told her that someday. The two would be married. Meanwhile janis actual wife vivian indian was not having an easy time on her own when they got married she had hoped for a conventional life as a wife and mother and a husband who worked normal hours hours. She was not prepared for the long weeks. Johnny spent touring away from home or for the media attention in previous episodes. We've seen that many musicians struggle to balance the demands of performance with their life at home. Unfortunately musicians are often pressured to make early. Sacrifices in their personal lives for the sake of long term success. This was the case for johnny who committed to a particularly demanding ending tourist schedule to capitalize on the buzz from his first few singles while he was gone. Vivian sat alone with their baby daughter worried defame fame was making her husband a different person from the man she married in one thousand nine hundred fifty seven johnny would prove her right that that year he was in the midst of grueling tour schedule and traveled over one hundred thousand miles all by car most nights he was on on the road and couldn't get a full eight hours of rest. Johnny badly needed a break but he couldn't stand the thought of leaving the tour early and jeopardising realizing his budding career he worked hard to conquer his stage fright and found the feeling of being on stage in front of screaming fans to be exhilarating <music> but at a certain point he felt he just couldn't give every crowd the performance deserved. He hated feeling like he had failed a fan. Even if the fan was a complete stranger after all he saw his concerts as extensions of himself and after growing up feeling like a disappointment to his father johnny would do whatever it took to never feel that way again to help keep him awake and energetic nick onstage a fiddle player on the tour offered him an amphetamine tablet. The pills were legal with prescription and we're seeing as a miracle drug doug by most doctors at the time nobody had any idea of the long term consequences so johnny took it an experienced a sudden euphoria aurea influx of energy. He thought god himself had sent him the bills to help him spread his music to the world for so long before for that johnny had struggled to make small talk and felt uncomfortable during parties he had been plagued by jitters before his concerts now now with the help of the pills he felt invincible. He stayed up night after night. Electrifying audiences and writing songs until the early we hours of the morning then he would sleep for long stretches and feel great when he awoke it changed his life that change in his personality analogy didn't go unnoticed. When johnny came back home after his tour vivian felt him growing more distant from her he spent long our awake in front of the television instead of coming to bed with her. She worried he was seeing other women. He reassured her that he was just adjusting according to life on the road and that everything would settle down soon in reality things were only going to get more chaotic his nineteen fifty seven tour with the collins kids a rock and roll duo consisting of a teenage brother and sister entered a new dimension to his darker side aside johnny now twenty-five sought to replace the love he felt he was losing from vivian with the devotion of someone who could appreciate she ate him fully music and all he found himself strongly attracted to sixteen year old. Laurie collins his infatuation so apparent that even lori was aware of it. She maintains that nothing happened between them but even so johnny acted so creepy around around her that his bandmates became uncomfortable. According to his close friend a singer named johnny western cash often agonized over his attraction attraction to laurie western cash had long private talks together. We're cash opened up about his crumbling marriage and drug addiction. Western stern counseled cash to stay away from laurie but he still felt conflicted. He always fell in love hard and fast and he knew it was hard to let a romance go even an imagined one but all accounts hold that cash never made a move on the teenager and two years later laurie laurie married a different older man thirty year old stew carnal but in nineteen fifty eight johnny's problems were still far from resolved in addition to his marital problems and budding drug addiction. The twenty six year old had to deal with contract issues his his initial contract with sun records ended in july of nineteen fifty eight and johnny wasn't excited about the prospect of renewing it lately sam phillips. The man who had signed johnny had been focusing most of his attention on his newest artist. Jerry lee lewis johny felt snubbed. He had worked so hard for philip sacrificing his sleep at sobriety for him. Meanwhile phillips only seemed interested in in jumping on whatever artist was the hottest at the time. If phillips wouldn't give him the respect he deserved he would find someone else early early. In one thousand nine hundred fifty eight johnny met a smooth talking producer at a party who fit the bill perfectly the producer convinced him to sign with with columbia records after his son contract ended. Sam phillips took janis exit as an insult like johnny he seemed to regard in relationships in the music industry as all business one moment and incredibly personal the next he even told johnny he loved him but it was is too little too late. Johnny started working for columbia in august nineteen fifty-eight burning bridges as he went the change in record company lead to bigger changes in johnny's life. His new manager urged him to move to california in search of film and television contracts act the strain that the move would put on his personal life never entered the managers mind all he saw was the prospect of higher earnings giannis bandmates marshall and luther didn't want to leave their homes in memphis and the move led to in fighting it meant the trio would have to drive even even longer to hit tour stops in the south and they would be forced to leave their friends and extended families behind marshall and luther weren't willing to sacrifice vice time with their families for t._v. Opportunities and were soon back home in tennessee. The change permanently dampened their relationship with johnny johny now the three only saw each other while on tour or in the studio johnny had once again chosen his screaming fans over his closest friends still the band hung together for the time being but lutheran marshall notice johnny acting more and more erratic attic. He couldn't drive anywhere on time. Sometimes he skipped studio sessions. He was out at all hours of the night and things were about to you get even worse in nineteen sixty giannis friend and fellow musician. Johnny horton died in a car accident accident. The death of his friend put johnny deeper in the throes of his addiction. He spent money lavishly and began breaking things. When he got not angry. The fact that he now had an entourage of people cleaning up his messages and enabling his destructive behavior only encouraged him despite his volatility vivian stayed with johnny for the sake of their children by now they had three daughters together but because johnny's touring unscheduled dominated eighty percent of the year she still ended up raising them almost entirely on her own for janis part. He hadn't hit bottom. Just it yet his troubles continued into nineteen sixty one high out of his mind one night. Johnny tried to knock down the door of a club at at three thirty in the morning because he thought people inside were trying to keep him out when he finally managed to kick in the door. He realized the club was simply closed because it was three thirty in the morning at the age of twenty nine. Johnny spent his first night in jail. He was let out the following morning when he had sobered up. He was embarrassed but the incident wasn't a wakeup call. His drinking buddies laughed it off as a joke. There was no end in sight to his increasingly toxic behavior up next johnny cashes ashes appetite for destruction grows on an unprecedented scale now back to the story in nineteen sixty the two at the age of thirty. Johnny cash's life was crumbling around him. He was heavily addicted to amphetamines and his marriage was on the rocks to cope johnny threw himself into his work and set on a rigorous touring schedule during the tour the depths of his growing appetite tight for destruction were put on full display. He and his bandmates set out to vandalize every hotel they stayed in apparently in an effort effort to add some excitement to their nights in small boring towns their antics ranged from cheeky to mean-spirited his bandmate eight marshall grant carried a small circular saw which he would use to cut the legs off of chairs. He also exploded small sticks of dynamite dynamite in the parking lot for a laugh but the pranks weren't always in good fun. Johnny stabbed more than one hotel painting with a knife because he it didn't like them once new york he dumped hey and buckets of horsemen or all over the floor of his room. At the time the band justified justified the destruction by reasoning that it was okay since they paid for everything afterwards janis seemingly limitless wealth and scores of adoring fans fans smoothed over every mistake he made but most hotel managers and staff members were not entertained by the prospect of removing paint paint from the ceiling or replacing their radiators. Johnny and his bandmates were blacklisted from several hotel chains for their vandalism. A decade before led zeppelin nor the rolling stones became widely known for similar behaviour. The pranks ultimately did little to improve johnny's mood he was totally under the thrall amphetamines by now and upped his dosage monthly he slept rarely eight little and snapped at his his friends over nothing still. He couldn't give them up in his mind. They allowed him to make the music. Everybody loved vivian. Vivian was desperately worried about her husband but johnny refused to open up to her. She and the children came to fear the few mornings when johnny was in town do to his volatile temperament. It wasn't just johnny's personal life that suffered due to his drug use the drugs wrought havoc on his vocal local courts and made his throat permanently dry and scratchy in one thousand nine hundred sixty two. He was set to perform at carnegie hall. It was a landmark achievement for a country artist to be featured at such a prestigious cosmopolitan venue. It should have been a high point for johnny and instead the concert was a disappointment. His throat was so parched that he could barely choke out his lyrics and it was obvious to everyone could he was stoned. Few people intervened even after a string of disastrous concerts and erratic public behavior vivian was still in the dark about what was causing her husband to run from her and other people in the industry were only concerned about their prophets old old joe. I why i put all four for the blind your mind i local on one of the few people johnny could lean on was june encourter since their first meeting in nineteen fifty-six the two had interacted more and more over the years as their tour schedules intersected a friendship developed which eventually blossomed into something more before long the two were meeting for covert rendezvous and sleeping together gather johnny had always been attracted to june like he had with vivian he fell in love quickly and deeply as time went on and he he grew distant from vivian. He became obsessed with june instead to johnny. It was always easier to move on then to address problems in a relationship ship. He wanted affection and he wanted it fast. He gave his love to june but they both knew they had to be careful. Since they were both married. They were never seen in the same hotel or out at dinner together but even so their relationship wasn't exactly a secret johnny's daughter. Kathy claims she was with her mother when she found out about janis infidelity according to her. We all went backstage after a show. I'll never forget it because mom had brought it up often since we were standing there waving goodbye to dad and he kissed us all and got into his car and then june jumped in the car right next to him and wave to us vivian was crushed and infuriated by nineteen sixty three at the age of thirty one. Johnny seem to have more or less given up on the marriage. His sentiments were reflected in the song understand. Your man released that year the lyrics include the lines so just lay there on your bed and keep your mouth shut till <music>. I'm gone. No don't give me that old familiar cryan cussin' mon as a devout catholic vivian was opposed to divorce. She was determined to stick it out for as long as she could but the sham marriage made both her and johnny miserable to deal with his his stress johnny took to spending days out in the desert near their california property drunk and high out of his mind. It seems the stress of lying trying to vivian for so long was finally getting to him. He hated what he had become but felt it was too late to save himself or possibly that he didn't deserve to be saved. Instead he wandered the desert aimlessly by himself. Searching for inspiration or relief leap from his shame and depression. The benders led to a new album ballads of the true west released in nineteen sixty. Five two days is after it debuted he celebrated by getting drunk and driving june's car straight into a poll in nashville police released him without a charge even though he was clearly drunk but the more the rules were bent and broken for him the further he pushed the line. He skipped concerts at the last minute. He broke the lights on the stage of the grand ole opry because they were too bright. He spent hours in the studio recording a single song because he kept forgetting the words. His unpredictability sometimes made his bandmates fear for their lives. After after wrecking june's car he crashed several more within months. He sank a boat and broke a tractor again. Instead of stepping in giannis so-called friends and colleagues only covered for him. They knew he was dangerous behind the wheel but they simply took themselves out of danger sure by banning him from driving while on tour all this led to johnny's most catastrophic act of negligence in june of nineteen sixty five thirty three-year-old johnny went on a fishing trip with his nephew in the los padres national forest according to johnny his camper got stuck doc in the creek bed and when he tried to gun the engine the exhaust pipe heated up and ignited the grass around his nephew wasn't the president at the time but he believed that johnny had actually started the fire to warm himself and was too stoned to notice it spread around him. The fire eventually grew into an inferno that wiped out five hundred and eight acres of forest. A major portion of the habitat of the endangered california condors was destroyed in a matter of days. The united states government sued johnny for one hundred hundred and twenty five thousand dollars. He later settled for eighty two thousand dollars when asked why he set the fire. Johnny responded. I didn't do it my truck did and it's dead so you can't question it even the fire and the ensuing public embarrassment couldn't make johnny control control himself just four months later in october of nineteen sixty five he bought over one thousand amphetamine and barbiturate tablets in mexico customs agents caught him at the el paso airport and imprisoned him though again he only stayed in jail for the night two months later. Johnny pled guilty to smuggling drugs. He received a misdemeanor charge and paid a thousand dollar fine. The arrest finally finally inspire johnny to get clean but his sober streak was only temporary a few months later in nineteen sixty six. He was back on pills at the end of his tour that year instead of coming back home to see vivian and his children he hit out at his friend jean ferguson's house for weeks he dodged calls from both vivian and june leaving vivian alone in refusing to even check in with her was more than she could bear. She filed for divorce in august of nineteen sixty six. It took a year for johnny to agree to his ex-wife's terms but she was was given custody and monthly allowances for the children. Johnny tried to lay aside his bitterness but he wasn't able to ditch the drugs about this time time in his life he later said it just felt like i was at the end of the line. I got to feeling that i'd taken so many pills that i was going to blow or something. I couldn't stand myself anymore. I wanted to get away from me. Johnny considered killing himself but held on because of his love for june carter and his children but no matter what he did he couldn't kick his habit. In november of nineteen sixty seven it would lead to yet another enriched on the night of november third. Johnny wandered around lafayette louisiana in a drugged out hayes looking for a friend's house he he crawled through bushes to look through windows on the quiet street making no effort to be discreet after banging on the wrong door a few times he scared into woman living in one of the houses and she called the police loud sirens and bright lights converged around johnny leaving him disoriented and confused fused by now he could barely remember why he was on the street in the first place. Police arrested him after realizing he was stoned and carrying during a hefty amount of drugs on johnny was put in jail for a night. He tried to bribe one of the officers to let him out out but they wouldn't take the money. Even so the sheriff ralph jones decided to drop the charges the next day because he was a fan dan of janis music but this time he wouldn't get off with a good natured pat on the back. The sheriff's sat johnny down and gave him a stern talk. He told johnny that he was wasting his life and his potential with the drugs. Though people had given johnny similar talks in the past something about the way the share of spoke made him reevaluate his life. He decided that no matter what else happened he wanted to marry june own carter and he knew she would never agree as long as he was on drugs. Johnny invited june her parents to stay in his mansion with him to help him get clean a psychiatrist. Dr nat winston who was a friend of johnny's came by every night after work to check on him the the four of them tried to check johnny into a hospital for his addiction but he refused worried about the negative press that would ensue for thirty two days is johnny endured the painful effects of amphetamine withdrawal after quitting cold turkey by the end of it he felt reborn his relationship with june intensified and johnny experienced a revival of his faith. Everything seemed to be falling in place for the first time in a long time. The only missing piece was his career. He was experiencing a slump in sales and the record company when he didn't have much confidence he would ever rebound to garner some attention. Johnny convinced the executives to let him record a concert inside a prison. He'd been performing it prisons since the late fifties and always wanted to record an album there in the past executives had dismissed dismiss the idea not wanting to tarnish janis image in the eyes of his conservative country western audience now they saw they had little lose and allowed him to record an album at folsom prison. The result was electrifying. The album sold six million copies and began his successful comeback. Though johnny had never spent more than a single night in jail at a time the concert gave him the indelible image of an outlaw. His success was capped in nineteen sixty eight when he finally proposed to june carter on stage age during a concert in london the two married a week later in kentucky the next year his hot streak continued when he was given a t._v. Series he's the johnny cash. Show was variety. Show that hosted live concerts from country legends a rarity on network t._v. At the time throughout the show's his tenure johnny stayed mostly drug-free even through its disappointing cancellation in nineteen seventy one when he was thirty nine after the show ended johnny committed himself to philanthropy and his faith he produced a gospel album and became friends with televangelist i l._a. Graham but his religious revival did not improve his record sales his next two albums performed poorly and his lack of musical goal fulfillment. Let him back to drugs yet again. In one thousand nine hundred seventy seven at the age of forty five johnny relapsed by now now the drugs had dulled him to the point that even june couldn't get through to him then in september nineteen eighty one at the age of forty nine. Johnny was kicked in the chest by an ostrich named waldo. The bird which lived on janis property ran toward him as he walked walked by when he tried to defend himself with his stick. Waldo took it as an attack in retaliated waldo kick johnny so hard he broke five ribs ribs and was sent to the hospital the pain killers he was prescribed inflamed his addiction once again but no matter what johnny couldn't stay day away from the stage for long after two years in nineteen eighty three fifty one year old johnny tried again to revitalize his sound unfortunately once again he found little success his drug use had gotten so bad that he began to hallucinate in a hotel room while on a european tour he imagined the walls of the hotel had pull out of bed and began punching the wall to get it loose june repeatedly cried cried for him to stop but he kept punching the wall so hard that he cut his hand and had to go to the hospital while he was lying in bed. June called all the coalition of his closest friends to stage an intervention at the end of a long talk. Johnny looked down and nodded. He finally agreed to go to a rehab center. He checked into the betty ford clinic in one thousand nine hundred eighty three. He stayed there for six weeks and went through a twelve step program that blended his faith with in-depth counseling from june's perspective. He was more lucid than he had been in decades. Though in later years he struggled with relapse his stay at the center in nineteen eighty-three was largely his final longest lasting turning point. Don't johnny would continue to make albums for two more decades making some of the most critically acclaimed records of his career well into his sixties. During this time he managed to stay off drugs and repair old relationships. He passed away on september twelfth. Two thousand three at the age of seventy one from issues related to diabetes his wife of thirty five years june carter had at passed away just four months prior after years of struggling with feelings of inadequacy johnny cash found fulfillment in music but his passion was exploited by those in the industry who are more interested in making sales than nurturing artists with the help of his faith and and a partner who could appreciate him flaws and all johnny eventually found peace with himself and conquered his inner darkness and thanks for listening to the dark side of next week. We'll be back to explore the dark side of elvis presley. You can find all episodes of the dark side of and all other park has originals for free on spotify. Not only does spotify already. Have all your favorite britt music but now spotify is making it easy for you to enjoy all your favorite podcast originals like the dark side of for free from your phone desktop. 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Rodney Dangerfield still gets no respect & Carnac the Magnificent is all knowing, 1979

The Johnny Carson Show

28:38 min | 1 year ago

Rodney Dangerfield still gets no respect & Carnac the Magnificent is all knowing, 1979

"Hey there and welcome to the Johnny Carson Show podcast. Today's show is from August. I nine thousand nine hundred seventy nine. I'm your host will Schreiner and we listened back. Act Too many of these great podcasts and try to put them into perspective for you. Jimmy Carter was president. All things in the country. Were good in nineteen seventy nine so we kick off our show is that always says you. ooh Johnny that was a reminder to all of us to get out of the bathroom and come in and listen to the monologue well tonight doc. Severinsen the band leader is often Tommy. Newsom mm-hmm is filling in Tommy was always the subject of a Of of a shot or two got a great shot on him about his close. Because Tommy was kind of you know a a dry wit and a good foil. Johnny Johnny got a lot of mileage out of that This show has A classic slow news day as Johnny's to say that was always a the premise for not being to top. But he had some things to talk about to do. He was welcoming the tourists and there was giving him some suggestions on what to do in town about like the southern in California theater scene and of course Janis visit the snail land. Next up he talks a little bit about Faira Faucets. divorce He has a joke. That needs needs a little explaining which China so good at explaining a joke but he saves it with great Killer joke end the bit on Farah Fawcett you'll enjoy that following the monologue Karnak them magnificent Visitor from the east as Ed but sets up so well. If you don't understand the remember the premises Karnak would give give the answer. And then Ed would read the question Johnny had always had fun doing this. Especially when the setup didn't go well or any time there was something that was just a little off off kilter ed got a great Great kick out of it and they really They really have fun together doing it. There was one off color joke. That gets a big laugh from Ed. And and there's one that bombs and Annette even says You'll hear it but as questions if johnny got it right or not. The audience is hot and cold throughout the monologue. But Ed milks when he gets to the. I have in my hand the last envelope. Well that was always a good setup for ed it was always a good reminder for the audience that this better be a good one and this one is and I guess on a show is the great comedian Rodney Dangerfield. Who We've lost a few years ago? I actually even went a to his funeral and it was one of the more funerals I've ever Attended and everybody got up and told Rodney stories and Roddy was a great guy to hang around with. He used to come in the IMPROV. All the time I sit around and the big roundtable improvisation on melrose and a whole court as we say because who as a comedian did not love Rodney Dangerfield I love this monologue and then of course roddy always comes over and sits with Johnny and then of course the model continues is but it's a panel so johnny would set up You Know Rodney on a couple of topics and if you listened closely you'll hear where he talks about How's your health and Rodney's he's not quite there yet so he takes? He takes a break. Because I'm not there yet so Johnny Oh oh okay. We'll get to that but it it for insiders that know the how the panel went. Johnny would have you know three or four topics to to ask Rodney and I guess health came who soon in the equation and of course my favorite and you got to hang in there until the end. My favorite bit is when Rodney has finished all his material there. He's got nothing and Johnny's not given anything so he just turns to the guest to his right and says So how's it going with you because it just floors Johnny that Rodney's out of material and he's already turned to the other guests. I enjoyed that. I hope you do too anyway. Here it is. Here's a another great episode of the Johnny Carson. Show podcast we've got Karnak and we've got Rodney so give give a listen. I know you're going to enjoy it. I'll see any other side and now ladies and gentleman Johnny Yeah thank you. I'll be I I enjoy. I'll be honest. I enjoyed the applause with amazing. How many people think the show is over Outta? Shoot for Billie Joe Bob. Anyway I will. Hey we got strings tonight right lots of strings. One two three four five six seven seven seven strings. Goes our budget for the month. Are you Tom Tom. Dhaka's off. Mr Excitement Mr Charisma Thunderbolt Tommy. NEWSOM only man. I know who wears medic-alert Bracelet says. I'm not dead. Trust me the you're on vacation tomorrow. You can meet and greet Tommy newsom personally. He's autographing leisure suits tomorrow at CR clothiers. Yeah we're GONNA talk. We have what we call occasionally and the entertainment busy slow news day you have to kind of make do with what the region as you can tell us a slow news day today and the La Times. The headline was runaway shopping cart. Career Ends Ladies Watermelon. Now you know it's going to be a slow news day today by the way is another historical day birthday of a famous person. You know. Francis Scott Key Francis Scott tweet see we give history also during the monologue. This is just not jokes. We give history. He was born this day. Seventeen ninety nine and everybody remembers remembers Francis. Scott key as the first man who couldn't remember the words to the Star spangled finished it and tried to sing it and never ever gonNA in many of you're on vacation right and you go to go go to Disneyland and go to the mission picture studios you make a tour of the television studios. been giving some tips to people out here because of the the gas crunch things you can do that. Don't cost too much money for example but we have some pretty good theater out here in southern California. It's not the caliber of of the Broadway theatre. I'll be honest with you. In fact there's a theater called Stratford drag on Pico. And they're having a limited engagement. There's I say you don't get the same kind of cast a run of Henry. The eighth starring Rob Reiner and Penny Marshall. Now you don't have to waste gas to see a lot of interesting things. Why go to Marineland? When right here in Burbank you can see l.? tipplers snail land. It's a very L. templer snail. And what they do every night at eleven o'clock Shamu the killer snail crawls out of a hedge and leaves a slick across Al's patio Al Templer Schnell land. Let's go to the the newseum Rosalynn Carter likes being the first lady President says she. Did you see the news the other night. She is becoming a very strong force in politics in this country entry. There was a poll that showed that Something like sixty eight percent of the people in the country did not have confidence in Jimmy Carter but we have a very strong first lady and apparently she advises the president or anything she when I told him to throw out the garbage and he got rid of his cabinet. All the press coverage of the the president's trip down to Bardstown Kentucky in Bardstown Kentucky seven thousand people turned out but if I were the president I wouldn't get too excited. There's not an awful lot to barged on Kentucky last week. Six thousand people turned out to see the butcher hangup rump roast in the window now a lot of people thought it was going to go small town in Kentucky. It was a waste of time. But actually I think going to barged on Kentucky was a pretty shrewd rude political. Move on the president's part because you all know the slogan as Bardstown goes so goes Harleysville famous slogan as soon as the president staff for they were going to the bluegrass state they stocked up on Zigzag Z.. Beeper the now that when the ban likes Jerry Brown took his first step in trying to run for president. They opened a the jury Brown headquarters Brown for president. Committee surprise. Brown made it official. He threw a sleeping bag in the ring. And the exact run. It might be good idea to have a youngster in the White House. For Change you know be gets angry. You can always holiest wrath and turn blue until Congress. It does what he wants or not. We'll be funny if the election turnout's be between Jerry Brown and Ronald Reagan. The young in the restless avenue. Sad News Farah Fawcett Majors. Probably heard this on the nose fair airforce majors and her husband Lee Majors. I apparently have agreed to split. Understand is suing a waring blender for illumination of affection. He was he was the six million dollar man. Biotic biotic attic man. See if you remember they really are funny folks no. They announced their separation during during their second honeymoon in Hawaii. Actually what happened. Was I understand the bionic man. shorted out and wine during foreplay. She had to find an all night radio shack. We've got a good show tonight later on. Paul Paul Newman will be out here. I'm sorry I'm just GonNa do a joke. He's not here. I was GONNA say the phone would be out during his racing car. And try to break the lap record around Orson Welles but you do anyway tonight. We have Rodney Dangerfield. What a great crowd we have tonight for our next guest famous visitor visit from the east all knowing all seeing hang all of the famous sears? Said's Soothsayer and former relief pitcher for the La Dodgers neck the magnificent welcome. Welcome a thousand welcomes upon your house and household so good to see you again sir. Tim is most enthusiastic suzy. Ask about your appearance here tonight. Never told me exactly what that makes him solemn him that it my three children I might mention their names solid youngest speaking of yes. We wouldn't expect speaking. It can happen speaking of children child. Four trying to have a child before trial the three could play. He's the envelope in bams. Could see this them knows that these are hermetically sealed. They've been kept in as jar on funk in wagons porch art since noon today. No knows the contents of these but you and your divine and borderline mystical way will ascertain the answers inside the question how he never heard the answer before. I love it when intense resigned below number so one would be proper hermetically sealed. I will give the answer having not seen the question. The answer this question. Seven double o seven the seven. What is energy secretary? Schlesinger's IQ DRACULA AND THE OPEC Nations Dracula and the nation's ages named do things. I WanNa suck you dry. In the wake of Karnik will entries on Gary Coleman Gary Cole- What is Wilt Chamberlain look like from the Moon Karnak Crime Karnak act the clean up pregnant camel. Rapper water over your marital bid Nicaragua Karaguanov. Why'd you what? Should you be careful not to do when you shave around your ugly. Five Hundred Laps described the Osmond family sitting down men aroused heard of yaks lasting commitment to your sister. No fooling what do you say one housebreaking a circus clown it really hit into Bedouin. bedpan Dan Roller Skates and Brown pyjama tops. What is Linda Ronstadt where to bid the escape from Alcatraz and rookie named movies and Fred Silverman's future at NBC? This school fever disco fever. What can you get if you use the same toilet? Seat is peaches and herb. Butch Cassidy was the daughter that hop along never talks about hot flash what flesh. What do you get when you expose yourself in front of a fireplace to hold in my hand? The crowd that would watch Bambi through a sniper scope the fire one fire to fire three describe president. Carter's last cabinet meeting the. Here's a very funny man but it doesn't help he's still he's still gets no respect. Would you wanna I want to tell. I'm all right now but last week in rough shape you know I mean the last week my wife. She signed me up for a bridge club. Jump off next Tuesday. It was rough you kid last week I looked at my family tree two dogs. We used it tell. You can't relax your no. We'll place I felt like having a few drinks. The bartender says surprise me showed a naked picture. My Wife my wife is always something. Her father died shutters body frozen. Every time I take a snacky force how to refrigerate in my wife could do nothing right well last week. Correct the crash into a tree. She said it wasn't her fault. You Poodle Sean. What a driver? She is over. The dashboard is a pair of shoes. Hanging belongs guy she hit. They couldn't one out. Some guys stole a car. I said to look like she told me she got the license plate number. I'll tell you what me nothing comes easy. Well last week it went to the track and field and gun to kill my horse. The last week I got stuck to a new book one hundred ways to make love how you ended up in. Traction action was a misprint. I never had any luck with girls. Anyway I know I'm ugly ugly and went to a freak show for nothing my wife. She don't go either in when she gave birth. I asked if I should be in a room. What does she said what phone I got pregnant? You WanNa Room with me. Since I'M A kid. Women always gave me a hard time. Signed my mother never breastfed me. She told me she liked me as a friend. My mother had morning sickness. After I was born. Tell you when I was I was a kid. I got no respect at all kid. No respect from anybody anybody. At the time I was lost in a beach cop and we look for my parents. I sent a copy. Dick will find me subtle kid to so many places that could hide man. He didn't help either. The tunnel was kidnapped. This like a piece of my finger. He said he wanted more proof. Could've went through plenty of my uncles. Dying wish he wanted me on his lap. He was in the electric chill today. No respect last week I was GONNA jump up my window. They call the priest talk to me. He said on your mark the I always have a good time Respect in your livelihood is over. You know it's really nice. Great crowd here. Serena hasn't been John Nice seeing always good time in Hawaii good. What's new in my life? I Dunno nothing new so just trying to keep busy working around trying to visit. Pardon Pommy Zero Hilton now. I Not Be Back in New York tomorrow night. The lobby there Thursday Friday and Saturday. The club working in Dangerfield's then I'll be a new England way next Tuesday. I'll I'll be in cohasset right outside of Boston told me and I'll be there could have been worse uh-huh I'll be up there August seven through eleven that he's south shore music search. WE'RE NOT GONNA be up that way too aren't you. I'M GONNA play Framingham anyhow. Chatto Deville you like. If they're nice people up there Jimmy. In fact I'm a friend of mine getting touched up a good guy. We've got no. He runs it all night trek game. He's the hello. You gotTA break of it. You can't bring on the big time I'm going. It'd be the place where we've been for my life Minnesota in Bloomington Minnesota one thousand lakes. That's right it'd be a lot of lakes over a thousand two thousand lakes. I'll be there. I'll be at the cotton celebrity liberty in Bloomington Minnesota Lincoln Minnesota certain places so far out in the woods my acting to be reviewed in field and stream manage the bears remember. Joe uh-huh I keep Bischel business rough shoe. That's why that's a hobby would mimic my money. My regular job. I sing a national anthem. It cockfights you know. It's a rough last week. My Fan club broke up. The guy died. Aw meet all kinds of people better guy in Vegas lists because working in wild guy from Texas as a big ranch down. He told me his ranch. Does your sixty hands working asked him why the Gay Ranchero Shit. You're all right. YEA nothing but sometimes people to class like a lot women sometimes they act so classy to go to the bathroom Shabazz's I'm going to bet. She's GonNa pout him. I know if that's what her nose a lot of trouble beat your strategy but last we have problems dream girl three months ago. He's going nuts. He didn't know what to do what what happened. The rabbit didn't die. It just stays in critical condition problem. I was talking to my brother today and actually I send my buddies my half brother. We have the same parents. He's just that way as wild having a brother who's gay I'll tell you it was kid and I tell them on the family tree section. You could kill. Everybody has problems. John Kid my meat you my marriage on rocks again. My wife broke up with her boyfriend. Madge always been shaky always day. I got married. That was a beauty. Everybody everybody was crying during the ceremony. Mother cried hotel. My wife cried. She got undressed. I cried I mean. Health is important. So we'll get. Take time out of my chemo. My kid forget it we it could get worse. I don't talk to my kid. He's a mean kidney he put crazy cool my preparation H my daughter. She's no bargain either. I in public school. She was voted most likely to conceive. It could still gotTA watch out for drugs bad drugs so many kids are using cocaine. Cocaine is very big. You know I mean kids today. They don't want to read about Snow White. They want to shove it up. Their nose always something new generation. Where my dog too? She gives me trouble. I got a female dog. Emma she wants fifty biscuits the female species rather it. Johnny terrible terrible. What happened today by PUSHUPS in the nude mouse trap? The quick pressure Johnny's birth. My hope is your L. Dollars Bug. Yeah that's the one I'm not kidding. Mom Getting Oh oh I know. I'm getting old when my legs both kick blue prairie fire holidays No my age. I want to girls at once and if I fall asleep. They've got each other to talk. Aw I assume you're back in a minute the what was I right. I mean that bit with Rodney at the end made me laugh laugh. Hope it made you laugh. I hope you're enjoying all these podcasts. I hope you get to download them if you don't Listen to them live and we hope you give a favourable review on one of the places where you get your podcast cast anyway. I hope you enjoyed all this. I'm we'll Schreiner. I was a comedian. I was there with Jani many times and the memories that come back listening to these. PODCASTS are fantastic. I know you're gonNA enjoy them week after week as I do and I hope to see you next week another Johnny Carson. Show podcast see you later.

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Angie Dickinson & Comedian Bobby Kelton, who discusses his 1st Tonight Show appearance with Podcast Host Wil Shriner

The Johnny Carson Show

43:54 min | 1 year ago

Angie Dickinson & Comedian Bobby Kelton, who discusses his 1st Tonight Show appearance with Podcast Host Wil Shriner

"Hey and welcome back to another Johnny Carson Show podcast. I really hope you're subscribing. We're going to have a lot of interesting guests and shows I have a great guest for you today but let me tell you a little over the show. Well Janis as his guests. The Wonderful Angie Dickinson. Who's been on the show many many times and she was a beautiful and a favorite guest of Janis Janis Ladies Monologue deals a little bit about Hollywood boulevard and And some funny stuff about Donny. Osmond and of course my favorite joke about Mickey Rooney getting married for the eighth time Johnny Always Enjoyed others that were married. Many Times says was he gets married three or four times himself during the panel. Johnny Eh discussed Los Angeles the some of the things you can do for free in La. So it's a great show. There's a lot of good back and forth between Johnny and Ed but today I've got a guest on and he is a veteran of the tonight show's done twenty one appearances as a comedian. Names Bobby Kelton. And he's a friend of mine known him a long time. He lives down here in Florida where I live and we got a chance to sit down and talk about well his memories and his first experiences and and what the tonight show meant to all of us as young Comedians so Here's my buddy bobby. Kelton and here's another show from July twenty seven th one thousand nine hundred seventy eight a welcome back to the Johnny Carson Show podcast. I luckily bumped an old friend of mine. Who started in comedy about well? Well before I did and we're in Deerfield beach and we're talking about his first appearance on the tonight show which is part of our show tonight. Do you remember how vividly do you remember what it was. Nineteen it was July twenty seven thousand nine hundred. Seventy eight seventy remember. Totally vividly interesting every tonight show I did I remember vividly the date guests the guests and everything so I ask every comic this when you watched your tonight show when you got home or wherever you went to watch it afterwards. Did you ever go. That's it I nailed it or did you always have second thoughts good question. I never was completely satisfied. Never I mean even when it was the alternate kill was just as great as anybody could imagine. I would pick it apart if you you know if if if I got applause like almost every line but one joke was and I wanted to ten scale and nine instead of ten or one word was I would just nitpick myself all night. I think that's all of us. I think we all tough on ourselves. I remember going back to the Improv. After you did the tonight show and they'd put it on the bar you ever have. That experience experiment did Yeah I did. It was fun because everybody would patch on. Whether you did pat off trip. You are on your way with it was Yeltsin Miyo trip and I generally really normally went home. I like to just like to watch it by myself at home at ten after twelve is whenever we would walk out record the show and wait for my phone and you know who the first one every spot to call me was even before my parents Jay Leno Oh no was right right there I call every time gala miscalculate spot J. J. Took a great pleasure. I remember I was on dance fever as a judge. You had to dance out jingles Schreiner. I I got you dancing out but You know so. Let's let's talk about that first moment so after you do it now. Johnny gives you the he gave you the thumbs up stuff and and then he he brought you back out for a curtain call which you don't see very often right. In fact I watched a lot of comics preceded me. I don't think I ever saw that so that was is pretty unique And I went finished and it was great and I was like on cloud nine and went behind the curtain. And the guy there station says he's calling you back account pushes me back through the curtain. Oh Shove your backup you. Look you know. That was always an awkward thing. You know W- whether Johnny's GonNa call me over the first time I knew he wasn't. Yeah well some people do well some people oh new there were very few that first time and there was always and I realize if you did if you're set went too long there was no time to come over about four or five shots and I realized realized we'll just do a minute less than you might good idea. Wish I had thought of that. Yeah so So yeah so they. They said he wants to go back out and And they just opened curtain curtain for me and I went out and took a bow which I when I see it I it still. Everything's amazing now when they went to commercial and those Johnny Johnny come back and say hello or shake or anything it was at just the end of it. Well Not Dan but after the show he would in fact whenever I did the show. If I didn't sit down on the couch I wait. You know in the hallway and he would come out and always shake my hand and say great spot. He'd kill you you knew. His newest is path and I waited. I waited and he would always be very nice complimentary and a couple of times. We Walk to our cars together in the parking lot which is pretty cool. Because you know you didn't get to see talked to him too much though too. He he was not as I tell people in this podcast he was not you know. Hey come in hanging your dressing room or before you might see him in makeup right or not you know. When did you see him ever before the show once and I think it was my first time might have been my second? He patient a hallway. And I wasn't a big Pacer Bob. I was just in the hallway. And he comes down and makeup and he's walking towards me and you can you imagine he's walking and he he shakes my hand and says I hope one of us is funny tonight so it you know you talk about breaking the ice I was so relax after that. He cracks me up and it was just perfect. I hope one of us is funny tonight. That's a funny. I got my manager but Robinson at the time was handling dock so johnny would come up and play poker there so bud. What's up and Johnny was never like friendlier? I've done the show. A dozen times are so unhappy but he was never like a guy like he just he was as funny as he was. I think he wasn't comfortable in with people right. So outside the show L.. And letterman was like that Letterman was happiest doing the show. Yeah so he never At the Poker Games said anything. No I didn't play poker. I just came up with their say much. No he sent one time. I did a joke that he didn't like it was a little bit. It wasn't off color but you know MacAulay and said yeah go for it. So then Johnny comes. Freddie comes in English County is a little upset about that sperm joke. He'd just done an art fern donkey. Dick Joe reminds me what happened to me. When MacAulay would clear everything breath go everything? And I have one joke and in the joke. I mentioned. It's going to sound pretty pedestrian today. I mentioned the word Nipple. And he's got a clear that with the sensors I mean can you imagine having today joke about erection and I think you know you hear that in the commercial every five minutes but that was a word that was not a provable way all right so he called me up sensors fine. You could say that we're nipple I go and I go home and it's the word is bleeped out called a call the next day. I said you clear it with a Sanchez. He said I know. But Johnny didn't like it and Freddie didn't like it so you kind of exasperated because you don't want Johnny to be upset anything thing but the censors said it was okay and yeah Jim McCauley. Who was the talent coordinator who who really worked with all the comics to make sure you know his and I? I'm sure you know this. But his his approach was. It's not about getting a laugh. It's about making Johnny Laugh. Exactly exactly in fact when you know so you know the the the big names like the robber client George Karl. I'm sure they didn't have to run any material by macaulay but guys like me. I'm not only did he have to come and see me at the club. Even bent on my fifteenth or twentieth time. He had to see it. You think by then he would let me go and many times I would just go into the office and do it for Macaulay and he would go every every line I did and he would say China will like that. I don't know if Johnny like that John you'll like it was every line was whether Johnny will like it not the audience. Yeah no I had experience errands because I did this joke about. I think I had my first homosexual experience. I did my wife's hair and it didn't kill in the clubs. But MacAulay loved he goes. Johnny's GonNa Scream but Jim Jim it doesn't get allow right. Maybe I don't want one laughed. So yeah you know I remember having to stand up Jim about this so now you do the tonight show us over the first first one. You're done you got a great response. What happens okay so after I finished After the show. You're all kind of in the hallway like I said Johnny makes his exit. Says you a great. Thanks and Peter Sally. The coke came up to me and I remember exactly vividly everything he said. First of all I said how old told you I said twenty seven. He said that's a good age. You're going to be able to handle what's coming towards you. I didn't know he was talking about being Deerfield Beach Coffee Shop in twenty twenty talking to you and then he said he said. Please don't do any other shows for the next few. We we want you to be our guy. He actually asked me not to do any of the shows and they brought me back if I was three weeks after my first one and three weeks after that three weeks after that I was on four times in three months. Slough out so yeah. 'CAUSE 'cause your first intro was not because Johnny love to say I'm this first comedian or this next next committee is making his debut. You've already done a couple of TV shows prior to that. I had like the comedy show. I had I actually did a merv Griffin the really interesting story story about that is a A month before the tonight show. I was on this show called. ABC Presents Tomorrow's Stars. I don't know if you remember that it was almost like. WHO's the forerunner to like the American idol star search contest and they searched all over the country for Comedians to go head to head and the head auditions from all over the country? And they finalize it me the and Greg Travis on the show that was two singers against each other to comics and I went on it was so one of the rules of the show was you had to be the the first TV. This show you ever did so when edition. Macaulay brought me into addition to NBC. For the studio with decorum in the room and they they love me. We want you on the show. NOPE and I had to turn them down. They wanted me the next week. I'm doing this show tomorrow. Stars and and the rule is it has to be my first show. I actually had to turn down the tonight night's show let's and so they were kind. They said Okay and they gave me a date a month later. Was that decision. You made or your agency listen you know it was. It was the rule of of the show. I was doing that rule but I mean but in your head you're going to say okay I'm GonNa pass on this show so I can do the tonight show. It was probably a big enough opportunity in a way I wanted to but it was. The show was a week later. I had been work. You know I mean. I couldn't cancel out even if I did want to but I spoke to macaulay the end Dakota but they were okay with it. You know for me. It was like. Are they doing the right thing. What if they change their mind? But I really didn't have much choice and today we're listening to your first tonight show Paris now. How was and you did? What twenty one of them's yes? So how was the twenty one the twentieth. How is it different when you were? You obviously had to be much more comfortable in the form. Good question great question. I'll tell you why it was. I was less comfortable. Well let me put it this way. I was more comfortable performing. But there's one thing as I went on and and maybe you experience this because you did a lot to you had to keep being as good good as everyone in other words you could have a drop off so my first one was unbelievable. First second third everyone was unbelievable. And and then I started worrying that That I had to keep what. What if this one is instead of a ten is only a nine which is silly that you have to worry about well? We're we're insecure people as as as as as as as Comedians so you think but yeah but the one two three was what they wanted to know yet. Three good ones and then you're right. Forth was more important that it was A. Yeah because the and by the fifteenth I was comfortable in that I was like a regular and Johnny like me but I felt more pressure that I have to be as good. It is all those first ten or twelve. I couldn't I could let my guard down and now ladies and gentlemen he Johnny Yeah smokey Okay Carson. Were they lucky. Strike extra anyway. Welcome to the tonight show. This was the ninety minute program. It gives Tom Snyder. Time to think of something. Say the report from the newsroom. This this did come over the teletype. Roman Polanski was spotted in a laboratory in Great Britain offering bring a Hershey bar to a test tube. The deadly A lot of you're on vacation. I saw this vacation time of year July and August and we have a nightly tip that we give frequently the tourists out here. We don't want you to go home with any bad feelings of California years our nightly tip for you if you were walking on Hollywood boulevard and you see a sign that says the good hands people people it is not an insurance company. And I'm afraid we had entered their first stage smog alert. Today we have a group of people out of your call the air quality management district or something like that. I don't know what the hell do they give. You warnings you you get up in the morning. On the radio and television warnings. They said today. The air is unhelpful. You're wondering what that means. Let me put it this way. Before you breathe put the air on a blender that test tube baby thing is quite a story. Isn't it a lot of people are concerned now about the morality and so forth genetics. But the success of the test tube baby has encouraged thousands of people all over the world. Now Donny Osmond is thrilled now he can have have a child. I'm still remain a virgin. Sorry about that Donnie. Too good to pass up the repercussions are already being felt from this scientific miracle today a blonde showed up at the edge door molding beaker in a blanket demanding ten grand in test tube support interesting. Well let's go back to Washington where all the strange things going on Still have some repercussions of the White House is still reeling. From those disclosures that some of President Carter's Zaid's apparently were using illegal drugs But the president kind of a a tough position is now trying to convince us that they did needed to save the taxpayers money. His reasoning goes this way it allowed them to take trips without leaving town former president. Richard Nixon had something to say about this today. He made a statement regarding Dr Born who is Carter's former drug abuse adviser and Nixon said and I quote he said things are pretty bad when the men in charge of the problem. The White House is doing it himself. Nixon remembered that when people were saying that about him I think Nixon said that his aides for example never used mind expanding drugs. You're absolutely right. You see those work you gotTa have have a mind to start with and then then expand. If you're thinking of going overseas I would think about it for a while. The dollar is not worth much overseas. It hit a new low. Oh in foreign markets it is big trouble. A guy polygamy coming to work tonight stuck in my ribs and said look I'm desperate but I only take Swiss francs francs diamonds. Were an oriental rug. Joint didn't have on me. Do you know what you can get for twenty dollars at the supermarket. Today you can get arrested for Loitering Loitering Twenty Bucks I was. Have you been in the supermarket lately. I WASN'T RALPH'S I. I always get my jokes. They're they're dated for freshness at Ralph. You get now. Here's a news. Item is all over television last night in the papers. Today Mickey Rooney took out another marriage license. The rumor is at. Mary will marry a girl by the name of Janice Chamberlain. She's a singer songwriter. And this will be the if they get married his eighth bride. You get the feeling. The cable snapped on Mickey's elevator shoes. I mean he's eight wife. You know the Mickey's not a really short. His third wife got got custody of his legs. Have you noticed that. Mickey Rooney always marries a very tall girl. And that's what breaks up. All of Mickey's Maria's Mikio. So happy with what he sees where he is he never no never notices it just never notices. There's talking going on up. There is a rather swift crowd tonight. Isn't it Mickey's Ed. So much. Thrown at his winnings he has uncle Ben on retainer. They eat eight wives. Many wedding rings his finger looks like a rule of life savers. Okay we got a good show tonight. Miss Angie Dickinson is here tonight. The new young comedian first time on our show. Joe Bobby Kelton is with us. Looks like nine thank you and if you just joined us we have Angie Dickinson tonight. Then Bobby Kelton. You're familiar with this. I'm sure it looks pretty good magazine. Los Angeles is you know a lot of cities around the country now not only major cities but smaller cities have their own original magazine. which is good and this issue? The annual summer preview issue is a good article in here on one hundred and one free things to do in in Los Angeles this summer cities that you were going to New York to read the list of things that you can do absolutely nothing people wanting what you do because prices are a little high. And here's some of the things you know the Shakespeare in the park we'll do out here is going to present two gentlemen of Verona. Now that's free. The Getty Museum which is wonderful by by the way concerts are held the third Thursday of each month. Did you know you can go to. La Philharmonic Rehearsal. I did not was not aware that they rehearse weekdays at Hollywood bowl. Apparently hardly that is open to the public. That would be fun to watch. Monica wringers the travelling circus tours. The city parks inviting kids three to fourteen to performance clowns and acrobats Croats Festival in black and macarthur park coming up the Long Beach. See Festival feature races of all sorts and sand sculpturing. The Old Spanish days fiesta in Santa Barbara nothing actually in Burbank happening out here Griffith Observatory have you ever been a griffin this. You should go up there. They have one of the largest telescopes twelve and a half inch reflecting telescope. It's available for a look until ten PM night if you can see. Through our era visit to Rancho Santa Anita Botanic Garden and Clermont grabbing. How about the world's largest neither an automatic musical instruments the American International Galleries and Irvine is open to the public? Nothing's being yet. How about guided? Tours libra tarp. Oh now you're talking we're fossils disposals. I'd like to see the Bush bird sanctuary in Van Nuys celebration of the summer in Santa in a barber sponsored by the Santa Barbara. Mime Caravan. Also you can tour the Queen Mary down a Long Beach visit the Huntington Museum in San Marino. Or the Getty Museum in Malibu now those are some of the things you can do for free in Los Angeles which issues that that's the Info on the cover. Yeah Yeah June I remember it then. I'll have take a look at that one hundred and one or that's just a few pages ages. It's kind of like a precis of each one but you read that article. You'd know it all when she saw right there every thing in the world you'd ever WanNa know isn't that of course you are wrong second-stage Hillard breath. There's more we had there are others. Yeah we had our staff check in some other little known things they covered some. They didn't touch them all for example. Here's another freebies for you. You can take a walk through the Arab section of Beverly Hills new ran in something. That sounds a little weird. But nevertheless it's free you can attend the prostitutes pet show the country's largest gathering gathering bulldogs and new tricks. Or you can just go gays. 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There's free admission to the Museum of Antique Toilet Paper. Aw beaver land. USA The only natural beaver farm in southern California visiting bleed environment of of Nature Engineering Wonders Watch train beavers built dams and pick up dollar bills with their guns. Just another old. These go ahead to finish what I know. The and Dickinson just completed her fourth season on. Policewoman hurried off to Tahiti. Do a movie for television. And why where. He started a mini mini series which is scheduled for release this fall. Would you welcome please Ms Dixon. Where your jammies tonight? The those are not do one call. That is that's a calls. It's called what to wear when you're afraid to wear something else really really. I was going to wear another dress tonight but it doesn't look like me so well. It's one of those baggy things that comes and it doesn't look like me but I don't know who to give it to. Can you use terms. Can I you know I gave that up. I'm serious on your record. Why they never forget? We've talked about this off and what to wear when you come on. Johnny showed and I had bought this one for Bob. Hope seventy fifth show in Washington. But then I went to Hawaii instead and couldn't be there and they're waiting for somebody's birthday should come in like montage they do at the opening of your show where they got some great shots of you. Nice looking legs you see and they always have that that shot with a still frame. You're coming down the legs and the script flips and you go. Yeah I was going to give you just the ankle thought if I walked in an address you'd probably faint so aside from the fact that this they looked better. And it's still ridiculous. No it's not funny but dresses today are funny. y'All go along with the designers. I've often thought that the certain amount of designers whether they're Yvonne Law Review Lingerie or whoever it is awesome kind of dictate to women. You know some guys sit around and say hey let's Let's that's happened. Come down to their ankles. Let's come out of the needs. That's what's in and they do it do you. Follow your own dictates whereby go out and buy an and and remember when it came up with all that awful links that it was right about twelve inch or ten inches above the ankle a few years years ago I mean it looked terrible and women were because they put designer said. This is the fashion. There's an extra problem if you don't wear that you have to. There's something not necessarily all to your wife but if it's been seen two or three times it's old in her group rope and so it's different for guys can put on a suit and then maybe ten or it doesn't make any difference and then shirt but women go out and they say oh. I've worn that twice a day themselves. Don't mind but the other people are going to a party and then in Washington it was something you thought was really a knockout and you look over and see some other women wearing an exact same outfit. It's never I've seen that happen ends again. The IT looks like a laser beam. Yeah you can hang your clothes on it in a frosty. They don't know what to say. They both thought they've got this original and it's just what they say to themselves is tomorrow. I'm going to kill the guard. That sold this to me because he he sold it to them on the pretense that it was the only one. There's been no. I borrow them from policewoman. You have that now a lot of people when they do motion picture as you. Well know whether it's a man or a woman have it in the contract and at the end they get the wardrobe and if they have a stunning wardrobe very often you end up at the end of the picture with a knockout to our show. Right after time sweater make the Party circuit on that wardrobe so last night on the show you were climbing up. Probably a rerun clamming rocks with a baby and you're wearing jeans that was it so I've I've about worn out the police wardrobe but now closed hound. I would be if there were more that I liked but I truly don't care for them. You Dress for women. Are you dress for men. I dress spur. Women and undress from the about the best answer. I've ever heard dumb question you know. That's that's a good remark out out of it but you have you have legs. Let's consider not your best year Anatomy it's the thing people look at. Everybody has a certain part of their their body that they Things their best feature true. That is true. Now I'm afraid with me. It smells. I've seen that on those police stores. They write little scenes in their casually. Just you massage parlor. Or you're in the shower or you're lounging at home a little towel. Now that has nothing to do with the plot right right just to take advantage of and I think they're right except I. I just don't think I'm in that good a shape anymore but won't be you know pretty good to me You ever written a scene that you said wait a minute. FELLAS enough is enough. You want me to come out of this completely. Almost acapella Pella. Yes but they didn't survey where the audience didn't want that. Actually they didn't want me playing a streetwalker they liked when I was classy backing so. There was not much problem with that. You know we weren't one of the. What do they call? Call it Jiggle show. That's the terminology for some of. These shows that Jiggle shows which has to do with young ladies the other way to put it against you see that trend a lot starting to think it's harmless got corrupt anybody. I'd rather see that and see somebody take a wire Garrett somebody to death or stabbed them or run the car now. I think it's fine. I like the shows that are fun. Gigli through policewoman yes. Policewoman is going to go at nights the night scene. Now you're going to be showing up. I think so I read that and I show. I don't think you have anything thing to worry about shoes. I suppose you start off the ones that aren't so good though uh-huh anybody it'll be interesting to see what happens at eleven thirty at night because I think a certain a show has a spot. aww A groove. Where where you like to see it and it fits? I'll be interested but I do miss the show but not as much as as I'm loving time off. It's nice to have arrest find new moving. You go do a mini series. Yes I thought about that. But it's never he found out the show was cancelled. It was a good thing I did those shows because now I need product on the air so it worked out fine just Miss Universe contest we do we ever beauty context. I missed that one as I don't know why they're just actress. Landers was one of the judge I want to say. She is a striking looking lady partially under. I mean that ain't chopped liver no. I wasn't a good one ability to beauty contests Miss Universe you know. They don't go into great depth and prove their minds. Exactly I think music is probably the most universal universal appeal. Bob All just have music in our life look I would like to be a brain surgeon. No they're they're they're fun and the girls are Nice but boyfriend of my I daughter. He's only twelve she's twelve. I asked him what he wanted to be because he was very good with my daughter. He said either a psychiatrist or a hairdresser Tair hairdressers are psychiatrists at least in this town. Anyway or go that way. Let me take a break. We're coming back. The talking about entering beauty contest obviously entered some along. You came out from South Dakota. North Dakota came out here and here in California. Somebody obviously said I want you know which I won't say I went into a couple of them and I did all right. I really didn't think I was beautiful. Wonderful enough to enter win but the prizes were so Enticing and lucrative I just said well I might as well try and so I was in one for NBC and six of us one and the prize was nothing we got not changed at all. It's still got chosen as the six most beautiful girls that showed up out of three hundred and that was our pride on a show or anything that was a prize. We we got some pictures in the paper. That wasn't right. It wasn't right but from that I must say one of the persons in the NBC. Group was the judge thought. I was an aspiring actresses. Most girls are who enter contest contests. They didn't realize that was up for what was in it for me on the show and I said Oh I'd love to to just big I'd send Dumb publicity stunts that I remember doing when I first I started in television like Easter comes along and the publicity man says if you just put these big rabbit ears on those days I put the rabbit ears on Mother's Day at stripped down but a diaper on with a baby bottle and years later all of a sudden those pictures surface somewhere you say is this union I know that's not on talking about Valentine's Day and you've got the obligatory bow and Arrow and you're sitting here. Oh awful yet showbusiness. The worst one I think I ever did but now that I remember was going out to a Turkey farm birthing posing I had to walk through the Turkey place and the Turkey stuff. I did it all. I did one of the meanest birds in the world to mean mean birds. Well Amberg is the puppies it Christmas. The hearts of the Easter Bunny always. Oh I see those pictures show up in the one of those histories of television or motion pictures. And here's Angie Dickinson. Miss Tricky picture. When I say Mr I I and usually shows up you know Rona Barrett's fifteen years ago? Here they really were folks. Did you ever used used to make things up in those early days. Because they want to create a biography for you in the studio hands it used to make up weird things just to have a little interest in and they followed me all. Aw I was just lying now. I told the truth is it's fun just to make up weird things like your father was a Malaysian sailor. Met your mother in Singapore. One night you know and you're conceived on a sampan up all kinds of things like that. What that was? That was true in that gates. Yes that's true but then I made up some weird stuff about the column Nebraska and that charge they never made that yardstick. It would make up these terrible things about involvement with animals in the mid West against that. She's I don't know if we should use. I'll say look lonesome back there and you don't have to use it. The guy would go absolutely crazy and I would hold by it up. That's fine you gotta do crazy things matter survival. I four okay. I'm going to do a commercial and then we have bobby. Young Comedian thanksgiving. I I said before comedy is probably the hardest commodity to come by in the entertainment business and this young man has been another television shows. This is his first appearance on tonight. Show he's a favorite places like the comedy store or the improvisation catch a rising star which is New York and he'll be appearing next week. July thirty first. The fifth of August at a similar club in Dayton Ohio Would you greet warmly. Make him feel at home. Please bobby very much. My name is Bobby Kelton in case you don't know me. I have been on many of the major programs. Methadone alcoholics anonymous. I'm a comedian when I was younger. I always wanted to be a doctor my parents you want me to become a comedian. My father said anyone could study medicine. It takes a man to throw his life away. They're very happy that they send me through college and now I'm doing this fact whenever I see them. They say you owe US forty thousand dollars. 'cause my college college career was a complete waste. I used to take all the Mickey Mouse courses. Those are the easy ones. I took things like thallium before the birth of Christ. Winking the man and the car history of Albino. Lifeguards very little work. That course I had an interesting room in college. My roommate was a psychology major. He was researching dreams in fact the last week of classy slept seventeen hours a day so he was cramming for finals. This guy was useless. He could not cook for breakfast. He'd swallow follow a whole egg then during boiling water for three minutes in fact he flunked at a medical school he recommended acupuncture as a Qr for haemophilia. These back east now. He's a toll booth collector in an exact change lane. I recently moved out from New York it to L. A.. And you know one thing I can't get used to California is the mudslides. They have every year when it rains. People losing their homes everything rolling away and the drivers crazy. Easy thing happened to me earlier this year at the height of La's monsoon season. I'm driving down Laurel Canyon. which is this mountain they put in the middle of Hollywood? It's late at night and it's pouring out. I'm doing twenty twenty five miles an hour and this idiot comes up behind me in a house. I mean the guy's right on my tail. He's doing forty five fifty miles an hour. He's splashing his porch lights ringing his doorbell. Now I have a house trying to pass me on the left and coming in the other direction two bedroom apartment with a bumper sticker sticker. I'd rather be skiing so I figure I better get a cop and did you ever notice if you need a cop late at night. You don't call the police station you go to any local old donut shop. That's there hanging. You ever see these. These guys glazed patrolman Jelly lieutenant in the car. Great Your House gets robbed. Generally hoped Karuk stopped for doughnuts in a way home and these cops are very serious. They never smiled. They get up tight if you go over and jokingly pull the guy now to their holster no sense of humor and you ever see the warnings they give you. I was in the post office looking looking at the wanted posters underneath put. This man is armed and extremely dangerous. If you see this man do not take any action now. What are you going to do if you see a murderer on the street? You'RE GONNA go to the guy a face. Let's go citizen's arrest right. You wait here. I'll get a cop. You want any donuts. The funny thing is with all the crime going on. I'm amazed at some of the headlines in the newspapers. I saw one recently. It actually said Ed Birth Control. Race sterilization edging out the pill. I mean to me it sounded like the Kentucky Derby. I started reading a racetrack announcer answer. And they're off out in the middle of the track. It's sterilization in front. The pill is sick and I have a headache is third and cutting and cutting the lead and its bads Zek to me on the sterilization the pill neck and neck a big loud no oh on the inside and rhythm is dead last the wire. It sterilization appeal to me in a dead heat and the winner by a long long-shot is homosexuality. I hear Bobby the funniest nice style east. He should do very good. Thank hey hope tune in every week for a new show. We've got new guests and some first time appearances by some big name so make a point of sitting with us and listening to the Johnny Carson. Show podcast on a regular basis to subscribe. You hit the button button and you can also download the podcast from wherever you get your favorite podcasts.

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Charles Grodin gets personal with Johnny & Dom Irerra entertains with his stand-up set, 1986

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Charles Grodin gets personal with Johnny & Dom Irerra entertains with his stand-up set, 1986

"Schreiner your host for the Johnny Carson. Show podcast. We've got a really good one for you from August. First of nineteen eighty six two very funny people Charles Grodin and Dom Herrera before. I talk about Our guest. There's a lot of Tommy some time on the monologue johnny and Tommy apparently dressed exactly alike and Johnny get some mileage out of that. There are some references to some Is a great saver about. He doesn't joke about pornography that gets a great It's got great saver in it. Johnny was a master at saving of a joke kind of laid flat. Johnny was I think the best at recovering from a joke and having a saver to get him through it This monologues got jokes about Vanna White and Robin Leach There's a there's a screen actors guild joke that really kind of lays there. Johnny has a terrific saver on that one when the audience gives him a courtesy laugh. Johnny actually tells us he doesn't want their mercy I personally get a kick out of all of these Savers recovery jokes. Because when you're doing a talk show you know sex men a monologue daily? It's other not all jokes are going to be great. There are good bad and some in the middle But there's some good jokes on this one about social security Princess Andrew's marriage. I mean we're going way. Back Titanic But Johnny does find the audience to be a little judgmental on this show which I personally am amused by Dhaka's off with Zebra N- which was his jazz fusion band. So Tommy's filling in Dakata. Great Jazz Band did go out quite a bit and work on its own. The first guest today is Actor talk show host and author. Charles Grodin Charles was great. He was a favourite of Janis because they had such a good rapport. They had such a A funny back and forth in this one. He's actually promoting his upcoming film. Istar as we all know went onto BIA. A big bomb but Charles Grodin. I mean wonderful actor. Great comedic actor. I think who can forget he and Robert De Niro in midnight run. They were so good together but Grodin he's done. A lot of stuff is first real. Small role was in a movie called Rosemary's baby. He of course starting the heartbreak kid catch twenty two. I loved him in a movie. Called Heaven can wait with Warren Beatty. He was very in that. And there are some very funny scenes with him from that but I start on Broadway. He was author and he went on to do a talk. Show more of a news. Kind of talk show host Later in his career but he had a great sense of sarcasm and he and Johnny played so well together. I know you get a kick out of this. 'cause he comes on to apologize for his last appearance where he asked. Johnson personal questions. It's it's a good time and I know you're GonNa like it and of course They're back and forth is what makes it work so well then then He closes it out with a great joke about obscene phone calls. So Charles Grodin is a good listen. I know you're GonNa like it and the comedian on the show is my old friend. Dahmer Rare. We're trying to get dom to do the show. And he's in town so we will get an interview with dom sooner or later but he's been on the tonight show a bunch of times. He's got a very good monologue It's funny I've known dominick time. I saw him not too long ago. He's not as edgy as he is. Today Dom has come along in a much edgier and I would you call it cranky curmudgeon e way but I loved one. He's one of the great work and Comedians. He's been over the film festival and Kilkenny and he's been like twenty two times. He's been to that. He was on the just for laughs. He used to host the thing just for laughs. He was a guest on the on Seinfeld. Dom Been On. All the shows and Oprah Winfrey and many other shows. He's a voice actor. He did some work on Nickelodeon on. Hey Arnold and back at the BARNYARD. He's even credited as a chauffeur in the big Lebowski. I think Tom is one of the great comedians working today. And if you get a chance to see him live there's nothing like it and I value the fact that we've been friends a long time and we get to see each other. We were up all working in Tampa Dom and Kevin Nealon and I'll had dinner and a lot of laughs and I believe dom even picked up dinner. Which was you know unlike him so anyway? He's got strong monologue in this show and all right. We're often running given listen and thanks for tuning in to the Johnny Carson. Show podcast and now ladies and gentlemen he johnny. I'd joining with you. But I have a humiliating clause in my contract. Well that was very nice of you. You know what's better I never had to pay for it. Come on this. Why didn't you tell me you're going to wear your blue blazer in your gray slacks. Looks like Tony Randall is without you got you got writers coming in the afternoon. Did you wear something like this to your high school? This is normally what you'd wear to a High School Prom Blue Blazer. Grey slacks your. What was your high school prom critic in credit growth at the time where excuse me where where is craddock studios in Virginia Grant? Who'd you take your high school promise just like a memory test? We're just flew around. Our Name was Glenda Joyce Quin. Why do girls in the south always have three names like kitty litter? Glenn Glenn Aside Glen Joyce Her name was Sam whatever happened. It's not fair in the monologue off on Zombie anyway. Tommy Tommy is a musician but for excitement. I mean Thomas idea of a big Saturday night is down. Ralph's market pickup. Lemon items. Then sneak in the expression line just to cause trouble today is are we in August already and you were standing outside. I think it's about what ninety eight hundred here in the valley. The Transportation Department announced today the July was kind of an unusual month in California. The ground speed exceeded the fifty five mile an hour speed limit. How many of you have read the MEESE Commission Report on pornography? Any of you hadn't read the whole. Where have you seen some of their findings some good news today the commission city? It's okay for consenting adults to share a single strand of Spaghetti as long as it's done in the privacy of your own home and I think I should joke in the privacy. Here's some some exciting show business news? I've mentioned a couple of days because I like her. You Know Vanna white has just come out. What are you laughing at me? She's she apparently is a publisher offered her a lot of money. I assume the writer autobiography and already understand. It's it's sold in the movies. Meryl Streep is going to play a Vanna. White Merrill already learning to flip over the letters on the on the puzzle board negotiating with Redford to play a pat. Save Jack and I think I'm also looking forward eagerly the biography of the star of the lifestyles of the rich and famous Robin Leach Go. The book is called a Leech on show business. We almost. I guess. They don't know for sure. We're going to have an actress strike and television if you've been following this. Apparently the settlement is near between the actors and producers on a new contract and they have a strong incentive to finish the talks in Sherman oaks because the alternative settlement. Today is spending the weekend in the valley. There's a joke in there somewhere. If you'd like you like to go on a treasure hunt we have a little geiger. Actually one of the problems with the strike was just plunge right ahead. I don't care. They had some new episodes being planned for this fall. The were delayed for example. Nbc has a new Western show starving. Urban Villa Shays as kids Sanchez of of a wrangler on an ant farm in the in the very first episode kid just thrown grasshopper and killed in an aunt stampede. And a half. How many of you read the? Emmy nominations in the paper. You brought everybody. Who's in television got nominated for something? They had an a category for a best to pay on TV evangelist. There'd be no no no no no. That's not my heart. is strange categories. Up for the same award are Dustin. Hoffman Willard Scott and King Friday from the Mr Rogers show. We're getting close to joke. Birthday was today or yesterday. First Lady. Nancy Reagan says. I think I guess they said it in the paper. She is now sixty five and she. She looks wonderful and she's now collecting social security so both both the first lady and the president are collecting social security. Now let them try to live on that when they leave the White House. Black shoes do well with Prince Andrew of England and his bride. Sarah Ferguson how she is officially a princess now again. Caller Princess Sarah that'd be the correct title the Duchess of she's not a princess. She's the Duchess of York. Why did you just say yesterday? I said she's a princess. Now you want out. You depend on you for this information when argue with you on a Friday night being miserable all anyway. They got back after a two week honeymoon in the Azores right there and Prince. Andrew is just like any other good son. He brought his dirty laundry back to his mother's house pushed his mother's a queen little extraneous information here. Today is the birthday of Francis Scott key composer composer of course or the Star spangled banner. And you probably don't know this but as he was composing in a jail remember during the bombing of Fort McHenry. You said himself one day and he rodgers will sing this before dodgers game. If you've been watching the footage from the titanic wonderful pictures now. I hate to say this. I'm starting to doubt its authenticity. I was watching it last night in the camera was panning. Be Dick and I saw doc gopher and Charo okay. You've all quieted down now. From from this outburst of we've got a good show we have a very talented actor gentleman. Who's been on the show number times and I still do not understand most of what he talks about. Mr Charles Grodin Young Comedians. Before Dom Aera is we'll be writing. I felt good reason. Doc is not here. Tonight is because tomorrow night Saturday. Huhne's group Zebra. That's good jazz. Jazz fusion is that what you call that group Tom. What's the difference between straight mainline or straight ahead jazz and jazz fusion difference? Yes I'm serious straight ahead. What they call mainline and then there's jazz fusion combination of Jazz and rock. Oh I see I see okay anyway from Zip Ron and they're gonNA be playing at the RB Smith Park and Fort Lauderdale and on Sunday The Sunday. He'll be appearing with the big man the town park and point lookout. Long Island. That's a big jump right anyway. You have to be there dropping and see what else we have a report. All Right. Let me see here. How many of you somebody said last week in the audience they they were out taking NBC tour and they went to the NBC Gift Shop. Have you ever been the NBC? Show how you visit the NBC Gift Shop. Did you buy anything? Someone in the audience asked why tonight show didn't have any memorabilia or t shirts or stuff Johnny Carson. I didn't know but they do have a store out here. And I guess people who come through water momentum of their trip we let me show you. What's currently available? Okay Watch the show Saint Elsewhere Hospital you can actually buy hospital got a hospital gown. They sell these out here. They know fine workmanship else make this at night they get thirteen. Seventy five now Ha we are missing the boat here Letterman's ripping the public out there. Yeah BAP. David's got a lot out there The caps nine seventy five. They get ten dollars for the t shirt. Sixteen dollars and fifty cents switch for the Sweatshirt. A real bargain. Apparently they have shirts from every show. Remington STEELE MIAMI Vice. Was this go for anybody? Know Ten bucks. It's just a little we don't have a little to no. We're GONNA have something talking. We're talking major league rip-off family family ties got one hillstreet blues. The eighteen all ten dollars right. What does this night court night court here? Not Folks this treasure this. You probably want to pass down. Generation to generation and NBC flashlight as a little NBC logo. Here and there's an actual switch and you press the switch and another giant illuminating beam which casts a beam from about out here to this coffee no batteries and how much Well I think our batteries included no three dollars. Seventy five cents. Okay let's see what else here An NBC cigarette lighter and mounted in plastic of course the NBC. The also a logo on everything you see. This is two dollars if you buy it out there but I found a young lady from NBC. Which does she work around. The young lady was here today. Remote Donna the stage asked about this and she said if you're an employee of NBC. Instead of the two dollars you can buy this for a buck forty. That's enough for people just say. Hey Tomorrow I WANNA get a job with NBC. Just so I can save sixty cents. Yeah I'd get in here tomorrow folks and become an employing okay. Two Bucks for the lighter believe this a little bib. Wait a minute what I need. That will come up with money. To seventy five seventy five. Well I'll make this donation you give that Catherine. Mary like that of course is in lieu of a big Christmas gift. Just remember did from Johnny. This is these are items you buy out here folks. The punky brewster doll the skate around the neck. Like a little punky brewster dumb. That goes for twenty five bucks after the BIB. Now what this is. Nbc is no dummy some shows. Don't last they go off the right. This is the headless doll so this was a one time. The McLean Stevenson doll. Then it was the Tom Snyder doll. Then they put on a fresh hid under. Somebody's cancelled so they don't have to replace the whole doll scary. This is Jeff Pink Lady and Jeff. Remember that show. It just grew on a new head this kind of a nice thing. Those are some of the things in the general store. Nbc also has a little boutique back of that with some things you you might not have seen for example days of our lives. Coffee Mug cheers Mug and the golden girls last with actual feet in. Let's see what else we have many many find things you. You've seen Fredericks of Hollywood. Right where they sell exotic thing johnny things for women to wear and so forth. I guess for men to NBC. Doesn't put these out because children you know. Pass the case but little pasties with a little. Nbc Logos is kind of a one of a kind. This is an autographed photo of wheel of Fortune. Vanna white the night that she stretched her right arm. Twenty-three feet when she mistakenly dry to spend the locomotive wheel of a passion. Amtrak train feeder was right on that. When you think of the long arm will go sure. It's a funny picture is another one that he said might not play. This is one of the crates of Neutra slim. That's ordered each week by the cash. The facts of life Peter with right onto elsewhere a paste on appendectomy scar. You can actually how many of you watch highway to Heaven Michael Landon. Which is a model of Michael? Landon favourite Dandruff Shampoo. Are you ready for this one halo shoulders? They were ready. Somebody's we're we're getting behind time so I just boy coming you see this one coming. The today show has east for sale. Bryant Bryant Gumbel walls certain amount of security to do this type of professional comedy. There's another thing you could buy feeder says. Where's he going didn't do that. One in by rule of Willard Scott Paper page title guy go okay. That was good. Oh here's one you see this the close up of the egg mcmuffin keepsake of the tonight show from dock. It in me pop up marriage contracts moving along we are. Now this would go what that would yes harnack commode seat. I give those just game. Let's see I know. I'm just jumping around Peter. Now they've got the t shirts right. They've missed a big thing here but he's got a t shirt they got. They got sweatpants. We just put out a line of shorts you. I'll flattering all right now. We've got that out of the way anyway draws gruden's grooves donald unusual fine actor he does. He does comedy he does drama. He's currently starring. Picture calls the last resort and it is falling obscene new movie called I. I'm going to get the name that trump ish charges I as. Hda or they'll be right with Warren Beatty. Dustin often travels and good circles. But you welcome Charles Grodin. What are your frowning at? My outfit in front of outfit frowned at something. You're going to start on this. You were frowning. I I know you for quite a long time right. This is the longest professional relationship I've ever. This is the longest relationship I've ever had longest relationship I've ever had sure it's supposed to be worn. I the only reason I was thinking. Maybe they supposed to be worn in. I don't know about that I I. I thought that when I looked in the mirror after I put it on. I said I thought when they sold it. They said you're supposed to wear the you can wear it any way you want out because I look better. With a matter within your. I think I'll have to clear the air first of all because the last time I was on yes. I remember vividly. Yes I and you mentioned it when I saw you in the makeup room and you said GonNa attack you again tonight and what happened was the last time I was here. I asked you who you were and Who Your friends were and what you want out of life. I spent my time number. I had a lot of people. Thought that was vicious and I of course meant out of curiosity but I'm sure you've got a lot of male and I got a lot of comments. I had behaved very badly towards you all by asking those kind of questions who is Johnny. Carson was considered like an unfair vicious question Lighted know how to answer that right. That's that's why it was considered. Sorry I touched your. I was taken back. I didn't know how to answer that it was. You wouldn't think someone. Who are you know cripple you to that degree right? I don't I don't mean to say cripple set me off right. Set you off to that degree and seemed that every question I asked Was difficult like who are your friends. What do you want out of life and all of those things and I think I made you uncomfortable and I think I possibly even embarrassed you and And you're doing it again and even though the audience seemed to enjoy your discomfort I had no intention of making you become Hammerstein that right so I so I wrote you a letter. You did a very nice letter and I said you know. Surely you know that I was only out here You know for amusing reasons not to attack you but you didn't answer the letter right. Oh I didn't answer you answer. No no I thought I could get away with that but you pressed me right all right so I I'm left to think that perhaps right to tell a lie as long as somebody doesn't prison reading nail you to the wall is yes I did. Did you know I didn't so so I I'm I am left? I was I was going to answered going to also what happened. I didn't answer. I gotta take a break. We'll be right back in her the last night top. Roden anyway anyway I I I after the last appearance I I try to. I wanted to come back and apologize. Join comfortable but then I thought to myself. Oh what am I supposed to do next time? I'll apologize but then I said to my wife. You know it's interesting. I read an article in the Los Angeles Times counter sex and the big interview with a few weeks ago and I was curious about a few things in the article and my wife said. Oh you must not go on and press some of these points in this article. I mean he's really going to resent that. I don't think so I don't think so at all. What is your wife wants to Well she said. Why don't you go on and reveal personal things about yourself rather than ask him to reveal personal things about him so I said no? I don't think The audiences interested in that. I think the audience would be more interesting more personal things about you now. Now I said when I this is the very very hostile. I said look. It's not hostile. If I say to Johnny Look I WANNA I WANNA. I happen to have the article right if I WANNA follow up on some questions that were in this article some comments that were made and if I say to Johnny if I asked you certain follow up questions away Sam Donaldson might do you know And you want and you find them uncomfortable which you might You can just say no comment and I thought that was fair and she said. I don't think that's fair. I'M GONNA leave it up to you. I can either like press a couple of these questions. That were is information here where I can reveal certain things about myself. I leave it up to you. I tell you what I'll make a deal with you. I'll ask you a question. That's a follow up of this. This interview that appeared in the Los Angeles Times. It's not like I'm making up these questions. I'll ask you a question and then then you you do what you want with it and then our reveal something about myself because not only about good. We're here to be fair right now. The first thing I'd like to Look like Ben Franklin. Well actually this has to do with a quote from ad that you will go. Janis dressing room And spend exactly seven minutes there before the show it's a tradition johnny will invariably be alone rolling a quarter or doing an old magic trick. All right all right. We never talk about the show. We might talk about sex all right. That's my first question before the show. You and ed get together in Rome right wherever you are in the dressing room and you talk about sex. What do you say about saying? Where can we get some now? Of course with you're gonNA give me a straight line like Comedians Azar like that's fair now. I now I promise my word now. You've asked me a question. Now how long have you been married? Now wait a minute. No you bet you bet you've had your question you've been married. How long Three years do you ever have an extra marital affair. No no no no wait a minute on his question. Wait a minute I did. You can ask the question. Oh No no no. No no one wants to do though. No one will be plenty. I understand but I I no no no no no no is a simple dignified of course not and you go on but the cheap question have you. I haven't been married long enough to have. That was not what I meant by this deal. Wasn't that you would ask me questions I would ask you are. We can do it that way but what I was going to was going to reveal something personal because you will answer this question when you can add a show you talk about where you can have. You Got Thirty seconds to review you guys ready seconds. They give us a revealing insight into you. I had an obscene phone call. Very racism I was on the phone. The phone rang. And I said put one call on hold and a man said to me like to make love to you. I said excuse me one second. I got off the other call. I got back on. I said what did you say said I'd like to make love to you. I said I'm not a homosexual. He said Oh I said do you do this. This is what you do call people say. Make lovely you're so do I said does that Is that? Does that ever lead to anything? He said yes it does. Sometimes I said well In this case I'm sorry I can't participate that and good luck to you and don't keep in touch you know while I'm here. We've got their slogan. Reach out and touch someone. Your time is up now now. I'm here oh you reveal revealed more than enough before we go. Would you just say the word sometimes sometimes Don Times wasn't him? Cheap trick we will. We'll be back with some high class. Act Her a regular performer. Both the comedy store and the improvisation in Hollywood and Frequently at the comedy stop at the Tropicana Hotel in Atlantic City. You've been before. Would you welcome Dom era? I am John Mara thank you. I am originally from Philadelphia. I'm proud to say I lived in South Philadelphia. Very Italian section for the first eight years of my life. Forget about it what am I would. Y'All dan can me? I moved to West Philadelphia. Mostly Black Neighborhood. My man down what's happening. Hey that's my main man dumb. On Long. I moved up to New York about eight years ago. I figure I don't even need to do a routine on just announced places New York about eight years ago. I figure I kicked around to a couple of Broadway shows maybe an NBC's specially to had a lot of job. Offers took the waiter. Waiter I don't like the texture the salad dressing but a boom. It's tough enough working for tips. Parking cars at twenty eight years old under the Brooklyn Bridge running for cars all sixteen year old kid would drive up in a white Cadillac berates. I'd open the door for him. He'd rub me on the head. Give me a quarter and call me. Slugger goes slugger. Oh thank you Mr. Oh boy who will give the guy a tip or don't but don't make it like a big deal waving a dollar bill at a Guy Ego. Well he goes well like you're supposed to turn into flippy to seal. God bless you can go to college a good school. I think I should tell you. I'm pro a broken home. My father left home when I was in second grade. My father never cheated on. My mother used to cheat on me. He used to pick up other kids after school. Take them to the zoo. Take them to play ball mean when he would get drunk he would make me get tattoos. No DADDY NONE ANOTHER DONALD DUCK. Please DADDY WHEN THE ACADEMY SAYS LOOK? Tom I gotTA level with you. I met another kid the first time in my life. I feel like a real father. My mother had right by me. She says Dominic. Yeah my son. You'll always be my new. Stay here as long as you have a job projections tough. I mean I'm GonNa love with you even. I didn't always do that well with women. I know you're thinking come off. You supple little Hong who you kidding doll face. I asked US longer allowed. She says you got a friend. I said yes she. Why don't you go out with him? So we get that personal rejection Zinger rejection. One time girls give me to walk and papers. I'm trying to be cool. I said what are you seeing? Somebody know I said what you're dating rounding understand. She's no I just don't like you. I was wondering does neurotic Catholic kids. I was one of those kids. I thought everything I did was a sin. I would go to confession if I saw a commercial eight years. Doing you're only allowed out till three fifteen thing I worry about was Judgment Day judgment. They held embarrassing. Is this going to be? You're going to be judged for all your sins at the end of time. Your whole family sitting there naked on little stools angels wheel out giant video cassette recordings of your whole life. They fast forward all the good stuff. You have did slow motion. You GotTa Watch yourself dancing naked in front of a mirror at fourteen mother's going. I thought you were making models. You little pervert mom forget about. I love this. I love being a comedian. I love being a comedian because you can be honest certain occupations. You can't be honest barber hairdresser. These guys have to be tactful. Diplomatic Guy goes into a barbershop. All those pictures on the wall. I like to look like the barber could never go. Listen you fat. Pig is a male model. You are a human slot X. I love working studios to know smoke. I hate when people smoke in my face smoke in the nightclub. I got a nasty habit. I'll admit it. Spitting spitting is a disgusting vile habit. But I would never sit at lunch with somebody. So how was your day? I had a rough one pretty bad day myself. I I hate it when people wasn't going I hate when people spray food on me and don't acknowledge it look. We both know that you just hooked a piece of meat onto minos Tracy. I know escape. A kidney corner knows do something anything tap the back of my head. Flip it back into this point. I'll settle knowledge is only one of my first dates. I'm sitting here with the girl ham and cheese sandwiches cush. I spend. I rocket a piece of lettuce on the horizon breath. I figure I got to react to this. I got to do something to put a piece of lettuce on my own. Children was cool for the restaurant. Yeah our ballot is. That's cool My grandfather used to smoke these big fat disgusting Tan Cigars. I think they are actually called L. Discuss these big mud sticks would stick into his face in the morning. He would have stumbled that. You could great cheese on wine breath. I was seven years old. He wants me to give him a kiss for a quarter boy. Come here come here. Give Grandpa a kiss for GRANDPAP. You gotta come up with some bucks for this chain transaction with talking endowment. Forget about it GRANDPA. Well that's it for today. I hope you enjoyed these. Two Great Guests Charlie Grodin and Dahmer to two very funny people and laughter is what makes the world go round. I hope you enjoy laughing at these shows and get a kick out of them and this and it's a little bit of a jog down memory lane anyway so until next time this is Will Schreiner the biggest fan of the Johnny Carson? Show podcast out there. Please subscribe and check out our new shows every Sunday night. They're being released. Have a great day wherever you are and I'll get you again we'll schreiner signing off.

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Robin Willams rules in zany first Tonight Show appearance 1981

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Robin Willams rules in zany first Tonight Show appearance 1981

"Welcome to the official Johnny Carson. Show podcast I'm your host comedian will schreiner you really going to enjoy this. This is Robin Williams. First appearance on on the tonight show with Johnny Carson and in this episode. Well Johnny struggled a little bit in the monologue and Robin came out and was a little nervous at first. But but you'll hear the almost immediate connection as Robin gets rolling give a listen from Hollywood the Johnny Carson show this is Ed McMahon inviting you to join Johnny and his guests for a look back at some of television's funniest Goldmans and now ladies ladies and gentlemen Johnny Yeah let's get this over with quick so we can all go watch the ball game tonight. You sound good. I normally do not like to pass judgment on audiences. Were here the night before. But they are gone aren't they. Just last night's audience will not be bothered by encyclopedia salesmen. They were dumb. They thought the French Lieutenant's. This woman was Benny Hill. No sense at all. Have you been following the new television season it is now officially underway way. Because you know we had a strike and started late and Ronald Reagan got a little carried away. He saw that movie. That was on tonight about Jackie Kennedy. He Saint James Franciscus on Air Force. I wonder the mid East James Franciscus plays her husband. Jacket is is last night's group out of the parking parking lot. I'm GonNa win you over. Don't worry uh well. If you've been reading the papers you see Carter is in Washington. Nixon is in the Mideast. Well you know what they say. Expectations are like Hungary dinner. They kind of keep repeating on you. Reaganesque Gerry Ford to come to Washington to talk about. The mid eastern jury showed up in Seattle former president. Jimmy Carter's in Washington Washington and he was in Congress actually. Lobbying for Reagan's a wet plan Carter's a very shrewd Democrat. He knows if he pushes for it. It'll never be passed smart thinking yesterday. Jimmy Carter took a walk over to Capitol Hill and met with congressional leaders. You know if he'd done while he was president he might still be in office. Never went over there. Did you see what the Rosalynn Carter said yesterday in the paper. You know what you Nancy. Reagan bought New China. We all no no that and that was by private. Donations apparently did not come out of our pilots. Certainly didn't come out of mind and usually Rosalynn Carter. I was criticizing Nancy. Reagan for spending two hundred thousand dollars for New China for the White House and she said Jimmy and I got along just fine. She said we just use the old buckets with the colonels face on them. No Role Rosa said the paper plates from the Carter Administration could have been wallpapered papered and they could use those plates and she didn't get a big laugh with that either. Have a leak report on the news raw. Aw just came in Richard. Nixon just asked Jordan's King Hussein if he knew where he could buy a blue serge suit see Nixon wore those blue suits speaking of the carters. Guess who celebrated the birthday yesterday. Amy Carter she was you believe already. She's fourteen years old and she went out on her first date and understand. It didn't do well. It didn't work out. Her date wanted to smoot in the backseat of the car. And Amy wanted to discuss the e Wak sale to Saudi Arabia. Well let's see what else am I seem to be dabbling in overseas Schumer today. Did you see the Pilo leader Yasser Arafat. I was in Japan and he met with leaders of seven Japanese political parties and he had two interpreters over there one to interpret what he was saying and one to interpret what he was wearing. You got anything. We have an exciting show tonight. We do we got the crazy Robin Williams here tonight. This is Robin Williams. First appearance on On the tonight show He doesn't do many outside appearances I saw about three years ago. I think he was on with DECAPA tonight. Nine you'd always the star Star of the very successful more mini show. which is Beginning its fourth season on the European this Thursday and he's going to be a new film late neck spring called the world world. According to Garp you ever read that more interesting funny book. Would you welcome Robin Williams comedy. Convenient H- the phrase the sears had a sale this furniture winchester okay. Now I'm out here Mama Mama my friends in San Francisco. How Open? Yeah Oh. Oh that's a laid back up their new don't touch the the back of the TV to shock you across through no the power grab it now you watch you watch those guys on sunny winters without mentioning any names. I don't know really because the door going. Hello here's your power. I like to say hello to you. regionality Lama but don't want the book take the book it's pretty. I think it a hair don't they. I mean most of those evangelists are very very much. How the hair looks great? Suits and great is is wonderfully dead. Roses I could not save this far but I will say the baby you know who are talking on home doing anything you need. Take the CUISINART. North good back in Europe. Where did they do America? Why Justin Ah outfit somewhere? There's a car seat real envious man. You got my coffee come back with a show. Oh you were with cabinet about three years ago sir. That's why I haven't done anything since I'm heading little scared. I was standing backstage about to go on. And everything my whole body when everybody out route exits. Anyway you WANNA leave everybody a dear Lord make my cheeks vice. That's why walked pretty evening is to be on the show. The pants fit now. Okay people always think reformers don't get nervous at all really all really really now. Is there some reason you don't do that. You get nervous many I suffer from severe dyslexia too. I was the only child in my block and Halloween. Go Echo. Trout comes at Young Williams Oregon. Fish say howdy mom and dad with her. Where is home for you or did you come from a home? They said to me. You haven't taken your medication yet. And it's going to be on the back of twelve w Williams. I'm real fire now this thing. Look flipper sermon going. What are you doing relax? Relax okay gesture. You're a nice man. You won't hurt me uncertain. Okay thank you. Don't be afraid if this went away. Simplex one wondering can stand up to herpes. The loud too much coffee. You don't think I've spent nineteen years drinking in late night. TV juice in there too. Oh wonderful though Harry. Think slow down slow down my heart's going you fool. ooh You'll people see you. They probably think you experiment with foreign substances in your body medication you may guess. What makes you say that in any way we don't get me? I got to know. How can people get howdy? doody jaw aw high-octane no because I believe that cocaine is God's way of saying you're making too much money no I wouldn't take any medication. You couldn't see the girls at the Rainbow Bar and grill taking one too many going lipstick the damage girl. She's a cheap data. Talking about your home I think home San Francisco. I wonder if edged grew up. There went to high school. This is John High School history teacher and acid going. I'm Lincoln today. I'm Lincoln kidding. Tobacco it goes. I'm booth I'm white. We couldn't school or were you acting like this great. I was kind of Geeky in school. I was for. Look what are you. What are you guys doing okay? That sounds reasonable to go away. Now you're wall. What are those? Yeah I don't know it's very quiet and it took me to go to college and then go look look there. It's a new world and I've just flunked out after so vibert door to door no matter maybe. We're seeing these attachments. The Nice landed my say right is there. We have to sell something. Yes but we're GONNA return right here. I'll go at Parson Dubai and each and every one of them a real dude in its own right. Look Look Ronald Reagan pencils here. Yes they have no point. Yeah sorry sorry for me and right Mr Williams our time to audit you and your first born again very strange thing about him though. He never speaks. Well Nancy's drinking water. She's dubbing him would be. I'm I'm happy audited again. Speaking I have no children no sir. Not that I know of none of Mr Lee. Yeah my daddy me. Let's see by presidents. Don't eight million. I'm not Mr Williams anymore. You don't Oughta you you're not I didn't mean that it home unloading the handgun going. I didn't mean to shoot my husband. He came in late honey. It's too much coffee man. I'm Mary Very mcso look. She's going shopping the ring there it is little little porpoise going. Those are the coffee plus. Somebody told me to serious acting school. Food the juilliard. What now there's some gang on? What instrument did you play the organ? You wanted to be a serious serious active active Shakespeare. I was there when John Howson headmaster member him saying one day who's to Williams the theater new. I'm going off to civil wars. The Smith no make money the all we raised interest. So high will be calling you. Did you ever appear in Shakespeare. Yes I did I remember. I was just coming from California. They the Shakespeare no dishes. I was going to be or not to be while for sure. Totally I'm sorry next. We did plays. We did Romeo and Juliet to do do the straight with hot wanting to go off and be silly. You know you had to do them straight. There's violence sundry things wrong. BLEWETT timing great. I would like to see them. I think they're going to Hamlin on. ABC This is going to be called Chucky stored board. It's probably readings we have ratings making. That'll be at Steph to not to be. I don't know we'll call you. You remember the whole Soliloquy to be or not to be it'd be like to be a line noblest slings errors of needless with no wrong outreaches fortunate outrageous fortune. What to take arms against friend the Sea of troubles? Wow this is great that all and by opposing in them but yet a man who know himself but not touch himself. What is that from? Not Summer night's dream Soliloquy uh-huh and look via food company hit up force to wear designer jeans for no reason the walked down cameramen going. Where's he going now? This thing's broken Japanese Japanese people who is blessed to the less you give me a hand. Don't be afraid men can touch men look junk. Luckily Jimmy Dean Pillbox did wonderful. There's so many people up there what's happening there going wait. Let's really make the cameraman mad now. This lady going come over here. I had something thing for your put those away. I don't WanNa see those now all right. This is wonderful. This is very very wonderful reminds me of home. This is your first. I am in Los Angeles. Stay away from the bars with big Harley Davidson eight thousands parked in front because his big men standing outside those bars men giant men men with muscles everywhere men and with muscles on their eyelids and these men turned to one another and say I have this incredible recipe for quiche. What I'm talking about the only impression I do? It's for the streets of New York dealing with right now you're going get him out of here the stair this will need the microphone I can I give the specter. Hi How are you. I'm not paranoid but why are you behind me. Everybody everybody off this over here for once I can get back. Thank you once again. We don't have to say the second there's a time time Asahara who is The talking during the break is GonNa join this part time on the show or fulltime on. Johnny Winter's Oh yes the king is obviously a fan of his. He's one come. Come John if you're watching take care. Don't let them bouncing around the rubber rooms anymore gray bear. We're here with a Silver Fox. May I'm home now. Jeans WanNa do hear that and he said you don't do that or did you know John in the early years Like I did when we both Hit the sauce a little bit. No Oh yes we got it all kinds really is he still gets in trouble. He was wandering around the lot yesterday in a Union Cavalry Officers Outfit People Wandering ongoing there's studio executives going. Ah Good God. What's that? Stay with keeping a Gucci suits or put you in the front line. Oh He's wonderful he's this he's truly. The spirit of joy said can contact clipped his wings. Oh No don't let him fly to his the place he goes off. He's a great talent. Where's he going now? The old days we went into Chasen's restaurant for high class place and he This was when we were happy times. Yeah he walked in and started doing the Raipur. Gram all. Remember that audio says I'm charts doing the whole bar. Just laugh everybody piling into the street. Fun Time you finish this movie already. Yeah you have to go wonderful. I had a great time is working great actress. Mary Beth Orton certain people like that. Yeah he's not being funny no problem they expect you to be some. Sometimes they expect Eh. Hi Mom mark. Is that you mom Dad Mark Sun. Then put scruffy on the more. I don't know it's asking your George. Roy Hill was the director. He's incredible because he's very the I tried to improvise. I was it was basically. It was a very simple scene was like yes I would like to do that. And be on the line with yes it would like that but first we wrap get him out of here and it makes us face when he'd be behind the camera didn't like having love singling Tanya and mutated but it was good experience. Have you been working at the Improv. The companies to accomplish store. I work the IMPO. It's going well. We we went to every night. And I look the Improv sometimes the boarding house in San Francisco plugging all the clubs announcing I'll be back. Don't worry no funny guy thank you thank you you get a suit blue look at. Yeah no kidding it's coming. Unraveled my wife and I would like to macaroni. Volkswagen soggy one days. This is so much fun. I'm not scared anymore. What should you be? You're right this this is my career is over. But I'm not scared tomorrow. The national enquirer. He's going to do it. I don't know national enquirer though you and I both love that makes when you're strange thing is though I put it in the cat. Box going the allies go. Why it'd be redundant you got it right? Translates it really high class paper. It is after death exciting new diet. Here's a company Mickey. They go for the WHO ooh stories. Don't that man shoes off. Own Foot clan of National Geographic. Though it'd be a true this debacle teaboy. It was my magazine through puberty. Beat me for about ten days. The right to the African Central New Guinea New Guinea job johnny the soundtrack to be waiting for me now. Yes the other separatists when. We're certainly pleased. You know but it is real coffee Obvi- if you believe that Joe by watch okay. Thank you for being with US tonight. Yeah well that's all for now. Thanks for listening. Make sure to subscribe to hear more memorable moments from Johnny Carson.

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Joan Rivers vents about her dating problems & young Joey Lawrence makes 1st appearance, 1982

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27:21 min | 1 year ago

Joan Rivers vents about her dating problems & young Joey Lawrence makes 1st appearance, 1982

"There and welcome to the Johnny Carson. Show podcast I'm your host comedian will Schreiner a frequent guest on tonight show so I had a little bit of insight into what went on over there where today's podcast from March thirty first nineteen eighty two Janis. Monologue includes a few fun ideas things about getting an obscene phone call. Which I'm sure many of you have gotten a few of us have made okay? Maybe once Johnny gets a little upset with people taking the monologue a little too seriously. Johnny Johnny also jokes about Burbank's restaurant row two guys from Calcutta. The famed restaurant row is of course on. Lana but johnny got a lot of mileage about making fun of the restaurants in Burbank. The guests on today's podcast or Joey Lawrence and my old friend. The late Joan rivers now Joan was a frequent guest on the tonight. Show Joan. Don't even hosted tonight show many many times and eventually went on to leave. Johnny go to Fox and do her own show which was the subject of a huge fallout route. Between Johnny and Joan. Joan slate show on Fox. Didn't last very long and I think it compromise their friendship. I've been very lucky as a comedian. I've worked with Joan rivers many sometimes we Co headlined up at CAESARS. Tahoe and I remember her saying You do forty five minutes and I'll do forty five minutes and I was thinking well Joan. You're making the big money. And and she said but I don't have to work as hard so I to me. John was such a sweet lady. She was a workaholic. She always looked at her calendar and if she saw open dates she was ready to fill them in I Love Joan. She was very gracious. Very generous. I've had many experiences once where I was on crutches coming into Kennedy Airport and she obviously obviously a car service and and she said. You don't need a ride do I. So we I. I wouldn't mind to ride because I've gotten these crutches and she said Okay I go you you can have a ride. I go because if he didn't give me ride Joan. I was going to tell everybody how you left me at the curb at Kennedy on crutches. So it's best that we we never let that happen anyway. Joan rivers. There's a wonderful guest a frequent guest frequent host and a great lady On Hollywood the Johnny Carson Show. This is Ed McMahon inviting you to join Johnny and his guests for a look back at some of television's funniest moments. Nobody's ladies the Journal. Uh Yeah Nice. I'm on judging from ovation. You have great expectations and all I have for you is much ado about nothing. Swayed goes in a good mood tonight. I'm Johnny Carson Tonight. Show or is this known in Great Britain a straight lines revisited. They don't quite understand the show in Great Britain yet straight. All Right Doc. Very well time tonight the jazz convention invention or something. ocoee funny thing happened to me today. I got an obscene phone. Call this morning. I said the guy said You must have a wrong number and the guy said that's up to you. It was understand. I have to explain something. WHO's very difficult putting this monologue together tonight because my my head brighter chips lafferty? They got joke burnout and he committed suicide. Now he's his wife recall and said he'd left a note and I said is there anything in it I could use the monologue anyway. Of course he just made that. No such person is chips lafferty. Nobody died people. Take this literally when I say nobody died. I don't I mean maybe here after the show I recommend if you're out you're Burbank Burbank's famed restaurant Ro Avenue. Restaurant opened this week in Indian Indian restaurant two guys from Calcutta saw deliver. What's what they do? They give you a ball and you go beg for food at the next restaurant. The President Reagan's you probably no scheduled a press conference for tonight. He feels the timing is right because this week old actors are in now you booing me or old actors do. He's planning to go on radio. Yeah back to radio on Saturday night for the first in a series of ten. I guess they're calling fireside chats. Yeah today James Watt already cut down three redwood for the fireplace win woods big trees. What's difficult about saying redwood funded? Did I say what about my new. York's what might they use mighty oaks but I tried to say would root. How many do you have that problem? You're kidding you couldn't the same magazine or aluminum. For some reason. You say aluminum or magazine. I've always had that problem with Westwood. Barbara Walters could say that would well. Let's see now. I suppose the president is talking about at the economy Tonight it's not really too good is it. Is Everybody's little uncertain and I know it's bad because just before the show tonight thank goodness he came up to me. The guy with a gun came up to him. It stuck at my ribs Asus. Give me all your money and I said why are you doing this. And he said well. I'm one of the truly needy. And this is the only way I can get the private sector. I didn't cause the economic decline. Not My fault. You know what else close today. Around the nation thirteen woolworth's we'll stores are closing the five and dime I am. That's what we used to call it the five time. You can't buy anything in there for a nickel anymore. Getting a penny postcard for anymore. I'll tell you this is really interesting. The you're killing the Messenger for bringing you bad news. I'm just reporting what's happening. Well here's some I. I guess you might consider this. Sad News Shawkshank are starting to creep. Down in the Russian Premier Leonid Brezhnev is in the hospital. Yeah and apparently Monday night he had he had a turn for the worse is watching TV and he threw his bedpan at the set when reds lost for best picture the Russian the press does not put out any information. As to what is wrong. I found out myself going into surgery tomorrow. Zero for an eyebrow bypass sumo zeal and the ayatollah is old and sick Brezhnev is old and sick. Now fortunately our leader Ronald Reagan is in good health but the economy's in intensive care the lady. Diana is expected to have her baby on July. First which is her birthday is nice I think. NBC's GonNa Cover that right. Bill Jane Pauley and Tom Brokaw probably in a glass booth above the operator hears some more unpleasant news. In two weeks April the fifteenth is the deadline for filing your income tax. How many have not done it yet? Let me read some recommend some gusts of tax man who has a Woodward House the HR Ghana for the people. I go now. Agent are GonNa always get your money back he lets you cheat on your tax. Then he reports you to the government and splits ten percent of the reward with you after returns you in you follow that what apparently and in case when audit and you have to go to jail uh agent are gone up since his wife to for conjugal visits with you while. You're in okay. I've gotTA run. We have got a really fine show for you tonight. It's across the whole report. We're going to go. I got to be something going on across the hall. Maybe there's a game show you know. Bite your candidate or something like number two okay anyway away. No we've got some really fine people for you tonight. I am one of them. But you don't know about that. Joan rivers was here. The young man young man. I want to tell you too much about him. But he's he's a young man I don't even think he's six years old yet. He will but he will be shortly. Probably while I'm doing this monologue me joy lawrence is here with us. Also tonight I guess a young man and when I say young man I mean a young man. He's in Philadelphia. He's landed the lead role in an NBC pilot. CALL SCAMS CBS. Would you welcome joy lawrence joy. How you doing the you can tell me something like my Papa says you Papa Really Yep? I didn't know that thank you because you're nice looking young man. Thank you yourself this stuff. I'm going to do. Next cheers. Escaped my regards. How long you been performing well Starla five but you're not six yet are you know record is now five and three quarters? Three quarters of the year. I guess corker you're in the business. Yeah that's a good looking outfit tonight thank you. That really is good looking. And where did you get close at size I mean well my dad does he. Yeah Yeah Yeah. What is your Dan do? He has his own company owned company. Yeah yeah that's good uh-huh and your mommy just pick your you and your brothers and sisters pitcher schoolteacher. But now she's Mommy. Mommy Mommy and I one one small by the gut two years old neighbor. Mommy and a brother to are you. Are you going to school yet. Joy yes I go to kindergarten. Do you like it you perform in kindergarten too so you not excited about coming on the show tonight. Now tell me How many other? How many of the kids were auditioning for that part that you got you know there are a lot of lot of youngsters? I don't I don't blame you for being confused in Gioia. Hi It's not your fault understand. That is but trump when you came to audition for the show scams where there are a lot of other young people I was. Yeah was the competition very very tough. Yeah who taught you to sing. Well there see my buddy rush faith. He took me out of saying my buddy Mike Right. I mean tap real nice. Yeah thank you along with your sister and brother rather excuse me. You're not you're not your fault you it's mine. Would you like to do a show like this Sunday. Like maybe like. Maybe tomorrow night's sit here and go out in the open and do tell jokes all those big laughs. You heard what what what do you want. Do you want to be already perform. Obviously that's a pretty dumb question for me. Would you like to continue to be a performer. Who Do you? Who Do you like to see? Who's your favorite favorite When you go to motion pictures what do you like to see Gene Kelly is Fred astaire now I don't Okay Okay John Travolta Mickey Mouse the I forget the. He's only been in the business. That seventy eight seventy eight days commercials too. Haven't Ya commercials the pilot. Scams commercials did well. Did you little boy in bed tylenol and a a little wasted hot. Can you tell me truthful. Did you really feel hot when you said that were you had you had acted and I mean we in the commercial when you said. Oh Yeah I had to act. I mean you weren't really hot. Yeah that's what that's good acting. You're welcome when is your birthday. The Twentieth Easterbrook Twenty Inlets Nice. You're going to be six years old. Would you like for your birthday. He had a choice of anything at all. All woodlake a dirt bike dirt bike. A little dangerous isn't it. Would you get for Christmas this year. I'm Aurora teamwork dirt bike. What team America dirt bike dirt bike matchbox cars when I clicked collect what kind of cards matchbox cars? Yeah matches when I was a young man just this joy lawrence who is going to be six April twenty six. I think you said right Twentieth Twentieth. I'm going to have a couple. The President Tornado Twentieth. When we're going to have my party party seventeenth Oh? That's the Party Day. A lot of people coming. What's this show scam APPs about? I mentioned it. Just pilot Gino. The man called ongoing Gazelle and Bob Denver and his wife Dreamer. Well they're on the part and this about this whole bungee kit get into a whole lot of mischief and as as viewing them gives me skyrockets garrick. Sounds like it'd be a lot of fun. Have you ever seen this show before. Well when I was up vomiting and all that stuff we we we like to get him get him sick early and then they can walk where they show you how you were ill one nine real so to get up you between vomit. You kind of look down on the show. Good okay. That's a first another first year. We'll be right back after this after this veteran. Let Me Tell you where Joan will be. Doesn't feel you've never seen her in concert goes to your. He's very funny. She's it'll be with David Brenner. At Bethlehem Pennsylvania Friday April Second Palace Theater in Columbus Ohio on Saturday April third in the Music Hall. Cincinnati Sunday April fourth. And she also finds time. I'm to be the chairperson for the National Cystic Fibrosis Foundation. Would you welcome miss. Joan rivers what you said to me. She's GonNa follow that lane. I mean he's probably a major I'm telling he was darling off Sagely Kissy faced a little kid and talented and six years old on April twenty two years difference and yet and so. What were you doing at that age? Throwing the thing was that online and a half. We give you the stool for your feces. There would. He's here he's tapped it off. All you need now is a dog. That's actors the actors has never like what what happened. Just went back to see how you would do. I before I kept it out there if you're coming out again it's all right now. Let's go back because that's the kind of course of all I have had the worst day of my life. It's just that I'm redoing my bathroom and they installed a bad day. Have you ever tried to use a to me. Classes the woman who can approach day without a shower cap. I don't know what I'm turning into a hot tub for Barbie then. I'm painting the kitchen and I said to the paint painted. The same color is now. He painted a gray. I mean just the worst. I didn't win an academy award. Thank you very much. I wasn't up for but you Coulda to help your thank you next year. The kids doing it and you terrific next year. The kid is going to do the show. Please everything we come down to. The goal is to grab you and Oscar. They're sitting back there. Hundreds of them hoes. It GonNa Her take one home with you. Make a lamp secure they have more security around for those. You can't get near 'em everybody would like a win to ewing's I it just all right Sean. Very wealthy woman asked anything. Good first of all Elizabeth Taylor now is getting married. I'm not invited. The wedding and she lives with my best friend yet. Supposed to know you. Yeah hamlet and piglet. It's just GonNa be cushy Chubby Chubby her blood's blood type is Ragu. It is got my she is. She could moon Europe. This warm and close friend to Eddie. If everybody's man Rod Stewart where I hosted I mentioned about his complexion which is not you come on Johnny. Well thank you can play. Connect the dots. So you better than I do and I've done it very many. That and now Mick Jagger mad because as I said he's got Lipsey French Kiss Moose everybody is getting and then you follow a kid. Hasn't been my day. Good one good thing happens. A relative died a mean. No I had an aunt. The rich and the mean relative aunt fanny. She made them money and exact change. Ambulances I mentioned incite. Give me that she leave you anything. They say. You can't take it with you right. She was wrong you can take. She shaved her for a coach. She got added bed. UNSHAVED mink the day. She died that and swallow not a monologue. So you got nothing must be catching go. Glad we had the kid is a buffer. The people in need really. Why do you think as you get older? You get I I get I not Blah not me older getting older if we're lucky if we're lucky yes but I just want upsets me is like everything I was taught by. My my mother has turned out to be lies. You know what I'm saying. You look at this little boy and you know he's going to grow up and is going to be told I was told her a good girls. There are bad girls. My Jay member those rules then no more rules anymore. A man could sleep around sleep. Remember those rules and nobody's GonNa ask me questions a girl. You May nineteen twenty mistakes. We were going to be late. The Dolphin Heidi a brow tramp craft just named a sprint. After I Komo edits and guys always had kind which I wish I could even even now. I don't have a guy near my my sex life please. Wouldn't I guess by leaning up against the washing machine. I'm telling you. The spin cycle is a very nice commodity. We talk sure how long enjoy whatever Englishman a cold. Englishmen are called please last night he said good night to me and I could see the breath it was. I mean just starting my wedding. Nice He he well. I don't want to you know. Just let's talk about the child. I went to my wedding. He had some men smoke afterwards. He smoked during Jerry had the nerve to ask for a life. I was getting yourself on the dashboard. The Desert Harambee. There's why that's why yeah. I have to mention Columbus and Cincinnati. That's why would I see David Brennan. Saddening Columbus Sunday in Cincinnatti will probably talk about things. I certainly that's why I feel sorry for Lady Diana because she's married to an Englishman. I'm sure she didn't have that greater weight and he's not that good looking looking Prince Charles. You'd think of as as a lover Char. Oh that's when people off those stupid ears come on in the Middle Little Ping Pong himself run from one end of the table the other course. She's nice she's very like her child with with with with lots of check. It was lots of cheap breastfeeds. It'll be Royal Crown Cola you. Oh I know the BOOB job. I'M NOT GONNA make jokes. That's jacket zooms. Everything is go enroll. Today I thought I'd look nights in this. I went to a saleslady. I bought a push up. But you can't see I said what do you think I should get this APP. It should a bottle of cheap wine. The salesperson again boobs shirts. We've talked about this before. It's not that important when a man looks down at Funny Address and complimentary on your shoes off course. Nobody's perfect get hurt. The lady looking at the good side. You're a good mother banker. which is more than I could say? My parents to me you might well. I wasn't wanted and that makes the wanted. My baby carriage was a pinto me. My parents as long as you say. Take Candy from strangers asking more on the car they can. We talk sure. Wasn't they. Send my picture to Roman Polanski. You WanNa who sent a Roman Polanski who who don't know him well he's fine director find directive but he cruises in a school bus. I mean this man. His idea of jail Betas an embryo. They just just telling you I feel as a woman that reason national enquirer Myra yeah you can't do any worse than they get Melissa. I think I'm a good mother. I mean like she's thirteen now and she came. We had a long talk about the facts of life last night which was interesting. Yeah I learned a great deal to say she said to me you know she's GonNa be what's what's it like to have a man desire you passionately and now we're both Julius gotta do. We'll be back with with more slips up. Whatever thank you all right? That's it for me. Thanks so much for listening and don't forget to hit that little subscribe button. We'll see next time on the Johnny Carson Show podcast this is will schreiner signing off.

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Eddie Murphy promotes Beverly Hills Cop 2 and Ellen Degeneres returns with another stand-up set, 1987

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27:24 min | 1 year ago

Eddie Murphy promotes Beverly Hills Cop 2 and Ellen Degeneres returns with another stand-up set, 1987

"Hey there everybody it's will schreiner your host of the Johnny Carson Show podcast. Today we've got a great show with two big stars from well from the early days of my career to huge superstars. This podcast is from five twenty. One May twenty-first nineteen eighty seven and it features Eddie Murphy and Ellen DeGeneres. How's that for a tonight? Show Eddie Murphy and Ellen Degeneres. You couldn't get them together today. I I tell you a little bit about Eddie is I saw Eddie Murphy. When I was a writer on the morning David Letterman. Show in New York. There's little club called. The Comic Strip was on Second Avenue up in the eighties and Eddie was in there and he was just he was doing a lot of some Omar as we like to call it. The bill cosby Richard. Pryor but there was just something charming and an so likable about Eddie. You just knew he was gonna be a big star. The guys that own the comic strip eventually signed to a management contract and Eddie I guess in like eighty one or two got on the Saturday night live and his career took off here. He is on the tonight. Show talking about Beverly Hills Cop to the first version of Beverley hills. Cop was a huge success. And here he is Promoting the second version the Beverly Hills cop to the sequel. And I guess he's got a couple of little ERC that he got a couple of bad reviews But Eddie Murphy. A huge star coming to America. You name it. Eddie has had a great career and it just hasn't matic style and charm all to himself Been a big fan of Eddie's There's nothing that he really can't do. He's one of those guys that just has so much talent. You can't help but enjoy watching him. Work after that Ellen Degeneres comes out and she just doesn't monologue she's got I think this was early. Netherlands career. She's doing a monologue and talking about Some her upcoming gigs. Which is opening for Dolly Parton and And working in some comedy clubs. Now I I met Ellen when she was a Middle Act for me at the San Diego Improv. In those days we would go down to Pacific beach and they had a Condo Two bedroom condo there where they'd put the comedians up and it was a great time for Comedians to bond with one another and That's where I met Alan. We were both Sharing a condo and doing shows every night together. She was a middle. Act TO IN THIRTY MINUTES and I was the headliner doing an hour and as the week went on I noticed Allen got stronger and stronger and became more difficult to follow her because she was such a strong comedian. This is a very funny show. You know you're GONNA like and we'll get you on the other side of it and ladies and gentlemen. He a bears Johnny Very Nice. I mean that's very nice of you but what I really need is seven million dollars by the end of this month to keep this show on wire tonight. Mr Fashion played nine do weeks. It'll you came back with a whole new wardrobe. You've got it all your money good-looking. Thank you okay. Well here we are. Well let's see what we. What do we work on? What do we were? There's a lot of things going on. The news came out as you probably know the JIM and Tammy Bakker. What if unloving couple? Apparently they had this house fixed up at the Heritage Club the PTO and it was pretty lavish at gold bathroom fixtures and she had a closet sixty feet long with chandeliers in the closet. Now that's a little ridiculous. I found that click lights. We'll do an adequate job. Not only that but Tammy head each false eyelash on a separate hanger. No I can enjoy. There's still an interesting item that there's a lot of strange court cases. Nowadays there was a young court case about a young lady who refused to dissect a frog in biology class and it went to court. There's another teenage girl. Wanted to go to her high school prom alone and the school said she couldn't come to the prom alone and she took it to court and she was given permission to attend the High School. Prom by yourself or with friends. I think that's a pretty good ruling right. Why do you have to take a date? Remember trying to get a date for the senior FRONTON. You remember that far back. I myself was a lonely teenager. My Prom date was gene tierney hand puppet now the president. I've said this I like the president because I don't want to be drafted. Seems to be having problems with his memory so he. He went to a Bookstore to buy that book thirty days to a better memory and the salesman. Where would you like me to send it and Reagan said? We'll to my dressing room at Warner Brothers. We got a good Eddie Murphy. Is here with US tonight? Gadget Ida chance to invest in that picture. Beverly Hills Cop to not me. I invested with movie independent outdated was the Burbank Crosswalk Guard. I Funny Young Lady Ellen Degeneres with tonight thank you. I can tell. This group likes intellectual. Communists right ward What can I say about this young man? He is probably the hottest motion picture star. Working today. The first Beverly Hills Cop was one of the biggest openers ever and the second one seems to be doing even better beverly hills cop two. Would you welcome please Eddie Murphy? I guess they don't like you. You ever get tired of hearing that when you walk out medal. Thanks for coming tonight. Thanks for having me again. Do do the left for me when you get before we finish can do for you. What were you doing ten years ago this year? You remember ten years ago steal. Somebody's bike. You remember. Yeah I'm twenty six sixteen over in Americ- steel bikes remember. They caught us any jump. Woody MILL HIS MOM. When she came to be given whose mother came in they hit his mother was because they came because they had beaten us up and the mother came number. Thank going somebody's. Somebody's mother got beeped. In America. Again with you here tonight. What my friend what's the statute of limitations on your over it anyway. That's only sixteen ten years. I don't think they can prosecute you but you wouldn't recommend it gets going right now. We just. We didn't have no bike so we still can't think of a better reason. Hey man he's got a bike. Let's take it did you ever think in your wildest dreams Eddie Murphy. Sixteen years ago bike. The would be where you are today. Will you must have had some thoughts you obviously you like to entertain and then Saturday night live came along and people dream about big things happening. But did you think it'd be this big? I guess you don't think when you see on the bike you just think get back in. We're going to change or you know maybe one day I might be on today. Show for your stick while you're young bike boosters out there watching tonight remote. Don't guys in the backseat of police cars? Do you have a happy childhood? Growing up gave a very very very normal childhood. Yeah I don't know if I asked you the brothers and sisters. I got two brothers big brother little brother Vernon Charlie here Charlie over here. They have very little brothers box and he's GonNa be boxer. Is HE GONNA good bad? Bad Bad. You're GonNa are you gonNA say supporting Moore manage him or anything like that? No Man my my father's trained him with a mafioso boxer Febru- Professional. Yeah tough way to make tough way to be disciplined to when you took. You stole a bag. Obviously you keep in touch with your French people. Don't I've seen? I've seen people as soon as they hit it. Big All of a sudden somebody will call it man. I don't know you know where they just disappear. Mike all my buddies from high school with me still like the guys that hung out with in high school and junior high school are around me. Every 'cause I guess it's hard to meet new people in beef because everybody's immediately. I got all my buddies with me still. Can you tell the difference when people come up to the difficult in the public eye? We all face that people want to meet you. Because they want something or they just generally like you. You get a little distancing sometimes. Don't you people because you don't know what they're hitting on your four just to be your friend or whether they have been pretty fortunate in having come in contact with too much yeah. I've been fortunate that. Are you pretty much loaner when your what do you do? When you're a loner at all I got. I'm telling you I get all my arm. We walk into place today. Sort of people the bag. We're all these Negroes. What's interesting Floyd Shoeshine? Man Who said that steelers lavish way Beverly Hills Cop. Just open the other last night. Y'All got to go see. This movie is funding. I Dude Dude does. La Gary Frankly he gave it up. I want to reach in the TV and slap them in the good old be. Older Franken is a good movie. 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I'm getting getting a little bit more involved with Ya. Now you've made to bring up things like this but you are making a ton of money as much as you would. You have never been married. You gotta spread a little around to keep people happy you should if you bring money in it. But I've never doesn't bother me. That people will get big salaries and the business if they bring people in the box office entitled. But it's changed your life. Obviously you go out and really go nuts with it or do you put it away. Or How do you handle it? I know you don't need a bike off. What some people do go crazy. I think is healthy to go crazy. Sometimes you know but For the most part. I'm a pretty. I think I'm I'm conservative. I live above means. Live above your means you what I'm saying. You see something you walk down the street and you look at the store when you say man. Look at that and you could just walk in off the street and say. I want that that yet do that. Sometimes that's a good. That's a good one. Good thing that comes outta now. What would catch your window? If you're walking down the street. Watch the coach. What do you like what catches your eye looking at China and get a load of that mighty big watch now? I remember the first time I had some money. I went in and bought a very expensive wristwatch. Which is kind of silly because you lose them all the time. But I wanted to have that because I've seen people have those big watches and you'd go in and buy them Alabama Watch regarding trade but I don't know I think I've past that stage of things. I don't go out and shop that much anymore. Uber steady lady friend. That really Jong a friend. You know that you know. Yeah this is like no no. No you mean relational yes. It's like a bunch of did like this when you said mention my dot net okay. We'll get it on baby you so special. You Ain't thinks on the tonight show special name that night you know. I had to say your name was you know is you. 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SRTU Bonus: Johnny Gargano/Tommaso Ciampa Feud

The Bower Show Podcast

54:53 min | 1 year ago

SRTU Bonus: Johnny Gargano/Tommaso Ciampa Feud

"It's still welcome everybody to another bonus edition of the store Show as chosen by you our listeners. Today we'll be covering the Johnny Gargano Tomas O. Champa feud from start to as it stands right now finish. I am one. After the show I am Jeff. Peck joined every single week on my costs. Only only Dr Franklin Doctor Trae we are about probably cover. The best feud that has gone on during the entire S. Rt YOU air. Yeah I. It's definitely since I start Because I don't know when the Owens Kevin Sammy Zane Capstein Elgin. Air Coffee was ending But it was before I started on to you so in the modern era of S. RT. You it is absolutely the best viewed. It is It's an amazing feud the reason why. Like there's definitely soft soft place in my heart for the Kevin Owens Kevin Steen El Erico feud from ring of honor like that is to me like one of the best year. Long feuds that I can ever remember. This is like right up there and we're going to go through this and what's crazy about. This feud is it's about four years nearly three and a half to four years and I know when you when we look back at a lot of lot of the issues as to why it was so long because there were like multiple injuries To to CIAMPA one a Gorgon that that slowed things down. But it's just an amazing metamorphosis of characters and it's very very similar to generic. Oh and Kevin Steen ironically enough Guys that tagged with one in generic and seen and and two guys in Champa and Gargano that also tagged with one another and similar to Stena generic. Oh that is extremely relatable to the wrestling fan. You know there's a lot of parallels here we are gone. We watched Champa grow up before our eyes The same thing we did with Steven Generic. Oh as well to even now to what we see today enrolled. Russ entertainment with Kevin Owens and Sami Zane so there's a lot of different parallels air and I think there's this emotional investment that fans have into these characters especially are gone on Champa As there was with steam generic. Oh what's cool about these guys is like. I remember watching Champa at those shows as a I think he was like the project to Moscow champ and then when I saw him pop up in annex t He wasn't as good as you when I saw him in the late nineties or ninety late two thousands Early two thousand ten's he wasn't an amazing worker. That was like Oh this guy's the future but then when you saw him years later in annexed he quickly became one of the best workers potentially in the last decade Certainly in the last three years both of these guys Johnny Gargano Tomas Champa so the story begins Doc trae on August third two thousand sixteen and it starts at the cruiserweight classic A one time turn with we did on the network and John Tomasz Champa battle each other in the first round. The match lasted just over ten minutes. It was extremely compelling compelling aspect of that match was to Moscow Chambas unwillingness to pull the trigger as he contemplated landing the running knee from the corner to Johnny Gargano The psycho killer at a moment compassionate cost them the match and in the end carjon world champion to advance to round two It was a very classic moment that they ended up replay multiple times in the middle of the ring next to one another On the ground arms around each other very classic shot from the Cruise Way Classic and that all started at the cruiserweight classic tournament back on August. Third Two Thousand Sixteen Dr Trae any memories from that match the Chris Way Classic with those to you in kind. It's weird because you go back to that time. And neither guy was really highly regarded. A like like yeah. These guys are good but we didn't. We didn't know they would get to the level of kind of like they're almost shoehorned into the tournament. Like you saw this laundry list guys who really work in an xt. It was cedric. Enter wasn't an NFC. All these guys that we see now weren't so having Gargano Chop kind of gone there against each other was kind of like all right. This is kind of like. They're throwing them a bone because they're did exceed and they've had some good matches up to this point. We'll see how it goes in you know. Also it was two guys that were friendly. But they weren't as close as they would get coming out of this like they. They became friends. But seeing these guys in there is like wow. These guys have a special chemistry. Got a special kind of thing. Going here There's this question of how is going to play out and where to go. But it was one of the highlights of the tournament that people it almost gets lost Because of the highlights of the rest of the cruiserweight classic but that was a phenomenal. First Round Matchup Between two guys that were on the indies but weren't really known within the mainstream of. Wwe WANNA give a shout out here too by the way to progressing stories dot com. Who helped a lot of the prep for this edition of the show so go check that out as well. If you'd like to see that a recap of this amazing few Jennifer gone on to Moscow Champa next phase of this story. Diy doesn't win the annex SEATAC titles or the Dusty Rhodes Acting Classic. It was also during this time. The DIY lost the revival in an NFC tactile match annex takeover Brooklyn to on August twentieth. Two Thousand Sixteen. I was there for that match. It was pretty cool I. Then they lost the authors of pain and the Doc- rotating classic semi-finals on November seventh. Two Thousand Sixteen so as tag attacking. This is where they started to to really blossomed. Dr Trae was during this time at NFC takeover Brooklyn to. They had the crowd in the palm of their hands They were making some waves in the tax division in Exte- but end up losing to authors pain who ended up winning the entire tournament on November seventh the Shirley before their match against a revival takeover. Toronto which will get to here in the next point. But this is when you started to see the build of diy in annexed and they were kind of Your the scrappy underdogs. Everybody you cheer for them. Because that's what you're doing with baby faces but they were kind of like you know when you had the others of pain When you had the revival American Alpha was still kind. Of on the periphery there. Were still kind of lingering right before they got called up. You had tm six one. That was Kinda hyped up. You know with them coming in so. Diy was kind of like the forgotten team but they were the equivalent of what Danny Burch and only Larkin are now like they were just a really solid tag team that you could put into the mix they would have great matches and but he didn't know if you had anything special even at this point yet they were just too damn good workers that could get a compelling match of Tags and you put on the ring with I remember. They won the number one contenders for the TAG team. Titles in the summer like July that year and it was really weird because at that point they were like jobbers in annex t when they became number one contender. It's like this this matches going GonNa Stink and they started getting a lot of momentum on. Nfc television the full sail crowd loved them. They loved them since they debuted in annexed like months prior. I think it was like September October. Two Thousand Fifteen are they. Were in that. First Dusty Rhodes texting classic thrown together pair But yeah you started seeing the momentum carry in a carry itself to the pinnacle which takes place on November Nineteenth. Two Thousand Sixteen. Diy Wins an exciting goal that antics takeover Toronto It's a classic match. The third fall is the most memorable from that match with both dash in Dawson simultaneously tapping out thus making. Diy The new tag team champions at this point diy reached the pinnacle of their successes. Attacked him in a match of the year performance. It was an amazing match. Dr Trae One of the best acting matches. I think we've ever covered in this show here that Match between the revival and diy the two out of three falls match from antics he takeover Toronto as diy became our new NFC. Tag Team Champions. Yeah it was. Was We ones where like on one hand. We were sitting here. I remember I was kind of doing the prediction. What hand you're like. Well revivals got to be moving up here at some point but they also you so if they do so they dropped the belts. Drop it to champion. Gano and it was. It was like yeah. They got a good bill behind him. The crowds getting full sail. Loves them but you know were they ready to pull the trigger and when you wash that match back like it is just fantastic from start to finish like though I mean that timing x t like when you had the America through viable to diy like those matches were so great and you can put any kind of combination together and they were going to be fantastic and this is kind of what cemented DIY has. Hey these guys were there together. They're an elite level tactic. They can have fantastic matches with technicians. Flyers brawlers doesn't matter and it was like you excited because you felt like it was unexpected like you knew the revival against the main roster some point. But you know we're was the belt to maybe a little more hyped up than this thrown together tag team that just kind of got on a roll and It worked at match was great. They've played off that thing so many times since The revival has played off fat in matches on the main roster sits Because it was so good that you try take aspects of it and fit it into matches later on but just one of those ones where you watch your back even three years later. And you're like man that was just so damn good to watch The rendered around this time they were holding the tag team championships. You sorta seeing seeds being planted of tomato champ turning on Johnny Gargano here and that would be the break of diy and that was like the expectation moving forward and We had to January twentieth two thousand seventeen and actually takeover San Antonio. Diy Loses the NFC tag team championship. Ceo P that night l. p. was expected to To win many fans including US during that time felt like Champa was going to turn and it didn't happen that night. Then there was also a triple threat elimination match for the NFC Tactic Championship between diy. And the that was a great match often forgotten about that we thought was going to lead to a split and didn't as Aarp retain the revival moved up to the main roster Matt Annex Takeover Orlando on April. First two thousand seventeen so for about like a four month. Run Dr Trae. We were feeling like Oh. Diy break up break up to break up. It didn't happen and at this point I felt like back then. We were invested in them. Remain is attacking going forward from that point forward especially when you get your own. T shirts made up almost you on some level. I'm thinking of the Chris Jericho to AJ. Yeah WHY TO J. T T shirts made that means you got break up and yet the DIY shirts out there and people were buying them up. And I'm like man that's gotta be a symbol that they're gonNA turn right away and he didn't do it and and it was the Senate Tonio one. I really remember that being one where I thought it was going to happen because Shawn michaels hometown in. Gargano is a huge Shawn. Michaels family. It's Shawn Michaels and just waiting for that to happen. In that building in didn't happen I was like with you. I'm like man. Maybe they're not going to pull the trigger. Maybe we need the baby faces around. Maybe they break up and go separately and stay on singles rods but as baby faces But I kept waiting for because I remember CIA from ring of Honor. Much like you did. And what a good healy was and I was like man concern. Chop has guy go. He'll just because like he's so good at it And Gargano sympathetic white me beatty phase. They everybody loves but they didn't pull the trigger at this point. I'm like okay. I'm in on there. It's GonNa be like there'd be like Brett you'll just a really solid tag team that people love and if they go singles we will still love him. the net takes us to. Nfc TAKE CHICAGO ON. May Twentieth two thousand seventeen at that point. I remember feeling like as I said before that this split was going to happen and That this did happen in a very classic match and attacked him ladder match they They lose two. Gop The night before to Moscow Champa gets injured at a live event. More on that in just a second and The closing sequence of that night with DIY even though they lost getting a resounding an amount of affection from the fans in Chicago that night a very classic event by the way and exceed takeover. Chicago back in two thousand Seventeen Champa turned on our Ghana by throwing him into the led board to close out the show and just beat the crap out of them. In a shocking moment for fans at home for fans in the arena it was perfect from arresting storyline standpoint. Dr trae probably one of if not the most classic moment from this entire feud To Moscow Champa turn Johnny Gargano went throwing them into the led board. And I if I'm not mistaken and you're a little more historian than I am at times. Was this one the first house we saw the you know the little. Wwe ex-team monitor in the corner like the show when the shows ending then they stuck with it and it was like why is this taking so long and to this day. I don't know if anybody said I've always wondered what Gargano whispered in in chapel whispered and Garganas ear right but through four thousand Bailey because see that hug Gorgon CIAMPA say something to Johnny and I've always wondered is he actually saying something shoots owns a cafe as far as what he says. The Johnny right there but the This is my moment one. Is that what he says he was in his ear? Like he says this is my moment then throws him into the led board. And I remember McConnell's like what yeah throws isn't always wondered because I never heard that always wondered what he said but then he throws in the led board. The beatdown happens. And then when you find out you're second would with the the injury that trump has suffered the night before light to still do all that stuff to pull that angle off just shows what kind of love and passion that man has for wrestling and that was really one of the first true glimpses into how much that guy loves pro wrestling and how much they love each other like. It's it really is like a really bad. Like break-up like emotional love story. I mean it's it's it's Affleck in Lopez breaking up. Jeff I mean that's how I felt and takes us to our next point. Here is Tomato. Champa suffers a tornado. Acl The night before annex takeover Chicago despite wrestling the event CIAMPA did so on a Tornado C. L. and announced the injury on the May thirty first edition of Annex TV That would put him out indefinitely for the rest of the year. We wouldn't see him return until January twenty eighteen but Man This was like a Gut Punch because we got something so amazing but it may have been like the best thing to happen to it. Because they didn't shock on it they let it breathe for a little bit and allow more character depth for Johnny Gargano. Which will be our next point here but What a bunch of punch your doctor. Trae for tomorrow o. Is suffering a tornado after defining moment? Yeah I mean it. It was one of those things where you're like you get so excited for something because we see that moment and I remember you and I talking about like just after like that was amazing. That was one of the best turns we had seen in in quite a long time and this is quickly taken away from you like. Yeah that was great. But YOU'RE NOT GONNA get to see it for a while how plays out But for the fact that like I like that CIAMPA wrestled Probably was a fifteen twenty minute. Match on a torn. Acl Like that. That just still to this day. Blows me away that you can do that. Like it was just incredible in believe it was a ladder match to wasn't it? It was there was a ladder match. Like how you wrestle match with a torn. Acl just blows me away like but that's nothing but okay. This is the angle we have to do this just gut it out. And you don't do that unless what you're doing is something absolutely love. And that takes us to some of the character depth following this so Johnny Gargano then is on his own and would typically when these moments happened. It could be like a sink or swim deal for for these wrestlers because now they've lost ten momentum instead they completely one eight hundred and utilize the storyline to perfection as Johnny Gargano. Spends this time now to rediscover who? He is in an xt so the betrayal of tomato champion Annex Takeover. Chicago weighed undergone undergarments. Mind as he started to find himself. there was a losing stretch. He went on shortly thereafter such as matches to android NFC takeover Brooklyn three which was a fantastic match the moment and that one is Alina Vega throwing diy shirt at him and then towards the end of two thousand seventeen. We start seeing gyro ending up to to finally find himself in in re ref- redefining who johnny wrestling is as he ends up winning a number one contenders fatal four way match for the NFC championship by defeating Killeen Dane. Also black and Lar Sullivan. On December twenty seven th two thousand seventeen episode of annex t Gargano on Pin Alison Black. Thanks to distract from Adam Cole. Gargano all those guys. That point in time in annexed was the least likely to win and he ended up being the number one contender to face andrade. Cnn Almaz then known at the time on January twenty seventh twenty eighteen at NFC takeover Philadelphia. But I loved this character death Dr Trae because like I was a fan of Johnny Gargano then but when they started adding this like trying to find himself and how much this entire thing with Jomo CIAMPA was playing on his mind. They really went into another gear with getting fans. Truly care about Johnny Gargano. Yeah it was weird for me because I remember early on when he was first getting those first promos about. I don't know who I am. I don't know what to do. I was like man. This is just not you know. Your typical baby-faced Promo use your baby are full of positivity and energy in data and these were like kind of always me promos and a Lotta Times. Those can kind of go the wrong way. And you don't get that sympathy but then when you see those matches with. Andrade in in those matches were so damn good and it helped put Andrew O.`day over even more because there were fantastic. You know like matches the watch you start to feel like he's getting so close he so close every time And it allowed that people to kind of even get more sympathy for Gargano even after the the be doubt like you get that great turn. Were trump beats them down and usually the next time you see the baby face. I'm out for fire and Venom and I'm going to get my revenge on that guy for turning his back on me and we didn't get that it was it. You could feel the heartbreak you know. And that's not something that people can usually pull off trying to get across TV so it really did. Add that depth of character. In my time I get that fatal flaw away like you and I remember Pretty Michaud. You were like Gargoyles Brian. This massive take the pin fall because Larsen even they were building up. I don't think he had been pinned by anybody. At that point. Also black had been pinned by anybody that point and killing Dane was the beast so we all thought Gorgon was in the Mash to take the fall to put the other guys over and it completely flipped on us. in allows invest in that character. Even more let's go to January. Twenty seven twenty eight. Annex Philadelphia and the return of Tomato Champa despite the losing effort to Andrade CNN for the antics championship match a match. The year candidate in two thousand eighteen four. Johnny Oregon Gargano despite losing the NFC championship an opportunity to capture it. That evening as Ghana was leaving the ring with chance of thank you Johnnie in Philadelphia Tomasz Champa return and struck are GonNa with his crutch to close out antics he takeover Philadelphia another moment where that little credit at the end at the bottom of the corner of the screen was a plane. Great Way to close the show. Amazing Match Dr. Trade pointed out as well how much this helped elevate andrade CNN. As well. And I completely agree Gargano almost at that point in annexed prior to this feud and even the title for a frond dry were Like good good workers. But there wasn't a lot depth to them and It really elevated their game. Great match the return of Chop Dr Trae and we were full speed ahead of seen. Gargano Champa finally battle and now yeah and you go back that time with Andrade right before he got the belt. I used to call me. Gatekeeper Vinik St. Like every time they brought somebody in new they put in the Ring Andrade and it was one of these around drought. It was a good wrestler that made everybody look good and that these matches with with with Gargano leading up that one in Philadelphia elevated Andrade where people go man okay. Yeah he's ready. He's money now. You can move them up and they did shortly thereafter You know thinking back on some of this stuff here with with this return of chop and everything else remember like there was also those matches where they had on raw where we're bringing some exte- guys and deaf actor as well which I don't if that was before after this but you know that measure Philidelphia felt like Gargano Swansong in annex t like I thought legit that hey they might be moving johnny up because we go five live and it tastes the main Rosser. Maybe this is is. It was almost like this point. You had you knew CIAMPA was around but you didn't know what as we come back and it just was the perfect timing that it felt like this was johnny leaving an boom right back into the banks as the old the old Mob thing you know just what I think I'm out they pull me back in. That's how I felt to me like I thought Johnny was out and then Champa pulled him back into the pit Let's go to February two thousand eighteen now. Ciampa getting Johnny Gargano fired from annexed e. I think this is one of those moments that is often forgotten about whatever reason and I think it may have been the most the poorest way the storyline was executed was this entire firing storyline. So back on television Johnny Gargano challenges on to a rematch with the stipulation of Donald Loses. He must leave next forever. GotTa Remember Selena Vega was saying that you know we've beaten you twice already why we face again Dating back to the match. Nfc Takeover Brooklyn Three. And then the one that happened at exit takeover Philadelphia the month prior So Gargano had his t career on the line to Moscow. Champa causes interference in that match causing johnny onto lose for It's actually the fourth time and being forced to leave an xt. So at that point. Johnny Gargano had faced Andrade three times by mistake and lost him for fourth time and was no longer part of annex t thanks to to Moscow Champa which gives another famous moment during that angle where to Moscow champ is like an stands just waving goodbye to Johnny Gargano and I remember that played in in a lot of packages to open up annex t week to week so tomorrow champ again he got Johnny Gargano fired from. Nfc Dr Try Yeah. I didn't dislike as much as you did. A many because usually in WBZ with these weird random gimmicks in there like you careers are on the line. It's like Oh that just means that means giants put his colonel and he's GonNa win. They're not they're not getting rid of Gorgon. Oh you know they're not gonNA move him away from this brand with everything going on For me it was kind of like a nice little flip. It's usually it's usually when the you know the person is the line doesn't lose unless it's at Wrestlemainia in your ric flair Shawn Michaels apparently But for me I was like wow. That's interesting what they do with this. Because you know can johnny b the the rebel. I guess which is is theme. Music says that but it was just like okay. You have to go against the rules now because you're fired you can't be here. How is he going to pull this off? And does he have that extra layer of depth to the character? Because we've seen chop be ruthless in a sense Gargano. It has to start being ruthless as well to potentially get his job back Let's get to now you over New Orleans on April seventh two thousand eighteen. This was the Johnny Gargano Tomasso Champa unsanctioned match Johnny Gargano ends up defeating tomorrow so champion and brutal unsanctioned match to be reinstated to annex t The end of the match was when Johnny Gargano broke apart the crutch but hesitated on hitting pleading Champa with it. As they sat down very similar to the cruiserweight classic moment joppa went for a cheap shot. Shot but Gargano countered in the Gargano escape with the knee brace wrapped around choppers face and mouth GIAMPA taps out and Gargano wins the match reinstating. The next day it was the first time we finally got to see both these guys wrestling nearly Ten or eleven months I should say from when the feud was originally catapulted at annex takeover Chicago in May two thousand seventeen Dr Trae. This was ops absolutely grueling match between these two guys yeah and and to this day it is still my favorite unsanctioned matching when we've seen other shows other companies try to these things and to me. This is still like the epitome of if you're going to have to guys in a blood feud and do it on sanctioned match in needs to look like this and as well as matches also that we see a lot of those moments in that match have been ripped off and used in other hard core extreme rolls around your sanctioned matches but that just shows you how don't say to help trendsetting this feud has been because it seems like every single little piece of the story from beginning to this point now has been stolen in used in other fields But was just absolutely fantastic intended day. I'm still really upset at myself because that was the weekend. I was indoors Wrestlemainia but I didn't get to go to the NFC show so. I'm still mad at myself for missing out on this match live Let's get over to the next point here. Annex he takeover Chicago to Chicago streetfight other feud continues post. Nfc takeover New Orleans when chop attacks Gano as Johnny's making his entrance for an NFC championship match against also black on the following weeks chemistry slaps chopping Dergana inadvertently knocked over canister in abroad with Champa? Now we have seen candidate Reagan vault a little bit more outside of the NFC takeover Philadelphia Farewell At this time during the storyline that moved from fighting for revenge but for family as well among Champa in Gargano as expected both men beat the holy hell out of each other with Johnny eventually dominating the later portion the match and also featured several member memorable moments such as went to Moscow Champa pulled off. Donald wedding ring spat on and fruit in the crowd. Perhaps the greatest line the match would be would when they when they laid the groundwork for months of calm as Nigel McGuinness said during the commentary out loud. If Johnny Gargano has become what he despised Gargano force champion to tap out but there was no referee referee able to call it eventually. Gargano Lock Champ in handcuffs continued to land super kick after super-quick on CIAMPA when officials pulled Gargano off of him somehow mustered up to strike the nail Gargano with a DDT on the wooden Footba floorboards and that was all that it took to end the match and that happened while he was still wearing handcuffs. So great storytelling in this matches. Well Dr Trae is to Moscow. Champa gets a little bit more revenge defeating Johnny Gargano Wanted Chicago Street fight and ACCE- takeover Chicago to back in June two thousand eighteen. Yeah for me. A couple of things with a it was the interaction. Really candice into the feud And helped elevate her At this point and expertise you really just a jobber and you know Kinda Johnny and Tomasa were when they first came. Ceo Hey she can put good matches and help get people over But we don't know where we're do with her yet and this is kind of like there is your introductory level of candidates could be a star in annexed. T- Secondly I to me the first Metros Great. I didn't know if you could top that one to me the second match This one is my favorite one in the entire robbery. Just fantastic in the wedding rings soubriquet like everything late in here perfectly because you know commentary wise storyline wise and matches equity wise. It was just a perfect storm of everything coming together for this one Then this is where things are taking a turn for Johnny Gargano character as Johnny Gargano helps to Moscow Champa become the new champion on July fifth. Two thousand eighteen edition of x t throughout the summer of two thousand eighteen. We witnessed a bunch more aggressive side. John are gone. But Johnny's obsession with exacting revenge out to Moscow Champa backfired during that episode on Annex. Tv Interferes Tomasz champion for black match by accidentally hitting black with the NFC championship causing champion to take advantage and become the new champion. A triple threat match was scheduled for all three minute takeover Brooklyn but following a parking lot. At Tech that left black unconscious he was deemed. Unable to compete the attacker was never identified which led to many weeks worth of speculation. It was also around this time. Also black I believe had a groin injury and was out for several months during this time but this was a really interesting. Turn Dr Trae as Johnny Gargano starts to get a little bit more aggressive and ends up accidentally helping to Moscow champa become the new NFC champion it. Kinda played into the commentary. Line that you talked about earlier about like you know as Johnny you know becoming what he despises and you know that that that instance I just thought was beautifully done as well because it was like you know. He's trying to extract his revenge instead he ends up helping the guy that he despises the most And it led into the Almost like the JR from Dow's like who shot Jr like who's got alsir black and in a way. It kinda helped elevate talents. Well I remember Nikki Dick Cross was was real. She really did a great job to this. Whole thing with Nicki knows and stuff like it helped. Elevate the rest of the roster during the search because you start to see personality traits and Care Death. Come out from everybody. That regal is questioning so the once again. This is a really good aspect of this. Viewed played out on TV Let's go to Brooklyn floor. The August eighteenth from August eighteenth two thousand eighteen Johnny Gargano versus Tomasa champion. A last man standing match for the title the two fought all over the arena until eventually making their way to the stage where Ghana appear to be in control until he made one fatal mistake Johnny handcuffed Champa but in an effort to perform the running knee. Gorgonio fell from the stage and landed onto equipment as referee to nine. Champa manage to roll off the stage while the handcuffs kept him elevated on. Its feet chopper one and remained the NFC champ. Maybe my favorite match from this entire feud between these guys because I remember watching it home going. Garganas could become the champion. This is awesome. I can't wait to see it and the ending was something that I've never seen before professional wrestling. Comic completely off guard was an extremely creative. Which you know is a big part of this. Entire feud being so successful the amount of creativity about both these guys. Dr Trae I love this match. It was a great ending segment and told a much bigger story of Johnny Gargano beans so close but Going against the grain of what he commonly does and Kinda fallen in line of that aggressive side that to Moscow was trying to get out of them. Yeah I to me like the matches I liked to better than three match wise. I liked the ending of this one better than and what's he had never seen that ending before especially with handcuffs. Never seen that done just beautifully played out and the great thing about this is what's again Gargano. Getting close but not getting it leads into happen later on when he finally won the title but just that whole storyline way was played out beautiful match in like you know two and three. I have gone back watched several times since the happen and I don't do that. A lot of wrestling matches but these two just two and three were two to my favorite matches of all time. Let's go doctor over twenty four. Th Two thousand eighteen is Johnny Gargano reveals himself as the mystery attacked her of Also black several months passed by and during the October twenty fourth. Two Thousand Eighteen episode of G Gano attacked Allaster black and it was officially reveal that it was indeed johnny wrestling who laid out black months earlier in the parking lot. It was also during this time they gonNA turn to the dark side. Thanks TO HIS BATTLES WITH O. Champa DR trae yeah. It wasn't really a huge fan of the turns of the dark side here. And I remember telling you it kind of feels like they're testing the waters for something like maybe they might do this down the road full speed ahead but it just didn't feel natural right away like I I kind of felt forced But it was it was to be like I'm in my head. Every time I think about this I always picture visit man yelling. It was me Austin just kind of felt like Yoga Yogarajan had that look as face without actually verbalizing it but just to me it IT I. This is maybe the one aspect of the feud. I didn't like because at the time we had seen Gargano be more aggressive but once again Janis is not the best in the world and they were trying to present them comes a bad ass and I'm like it doesn't really fit who he is at this point but I could see it being like a precursor to something down the road But Yeah I think this is just an excuse to get Gargano and black in a ring and let him go at it. Without the fans being divided on cheer for go to November Seventeenth. Two thousand eighteen is or black defeats Johnny Gargano Annex takeover wargames also black absolve Guerganova sins with two black masses and CIAMPA defeated the velveteen dream to retain the NFC championship that evening The month of December two thousand eighteen turned into shop being namrd with Gargano dark side and wanted to expose it. Ciampa believe he broke. Johnny Resi in Ghana finally came to his senses. Most notably during this time ciampa interfered in the cage match between black and Johnny Gargano on December Nineteenth Two thousand eighteen episode of Annex T. And this is where we saw. Diy Reunite in that cage and they both hit their Tag Team Finisher on black. That was the double knees there to Alison Black and that was a pretty cool moment there and Kinda made you scratch your head and in wondering where things were going Dr try. Yeah to me. It was kind of like the If diy was dark is do yourself darkness in yourself was it was my take on diy but it was really was a what hanger like? You're happy to see them back together. Like if that's the way it was going you're like Oh wow. They're they might reunite and this be kind of cool. Then you're like anytime you're like. I really want them. Being villains was as it was awesome an awkward at the same time but it still wasn't. Were like man I i. You couldn't turn away from it because it was still re really good even if you didn't fully understand where it was going to hit a January twenty six two thousand and nineteen as Johnny Gargano wins gold and diy stand tall on an exceeded close out and take takeover Phoenix that evening earlier than I. Johnny Gargano Defeats Ricochet to become the new. Nfc North American champion Walter Muscle Champa retain the title over Alston Black Gargano defeated ricochet with the brain buster on the exposed concrete outside the ring fall by slingshot. Ddt inside the ring for the pin and the show included with Johnny Gargano appearing on the stage with Tomasa Champa as they each held up championship goal to close out the show and other one of those moments where the title screen the caption at the bottom. The closing moment graphic and It was both those guys reunited on top of annexed. Dr Trae. Yeah in. This is almost forgotten timeline of this but in a lot of ways you're like man this actually led to black and ricochet teaming up for a while as well like this is kind of like a precursor to what we saw them. You know both teams going to run smack down. I think But yeah just those were actually just really good matches. I think get overlooked. Because it's not Gargano versus CIAMPA. You that people love so much the these these are both outstanding matches with four really top notch competitors We'RE GONNA go to February twentieth. Two Thousand and Nineteen John Are GonNa Loses the North American championship developing dream. The most notable moment from this match was to Moscow Champa a sense of pity win Johnny Ghana lost. I was the first time we saw Johnny Gargano and to Moscow Champa or more an ugly Tomasso Champa have have blackheart a heart toward gender. God's title loss. It was a very small moment in this few Dr Trae but This is when we started seeing pity. Conference champions two to Johnny Gargano. Yeah we had seen moments of Gargano do that with shop. Go back to the broken crutch spot where he questioned himself with you. Want him and it's like all right. We'll we've seen CIAMPA will do is completely ruthless will do whatever it takes to win In we started see Johnny. Get that you know that aggressive in this moment you go wait. Ciampa does he does care about Johnny. Like it was things where it's like just shows you the depth of these characters that you'll they'll they'll feud they get back together you know break apart like it's just more layers of emotional content laid upon the viewing audience. Yeah Tomas Champa felt pity for Johnny Gargano that he suggested that. Diy reunite for the dusty Rhodes tactic classic and that started on March six two thousand nineteen a diy defeated the undisputed air in the first round on March six but ended up losing to alyce black and ricochet who eventually went on to win that year's tournament on March Thirteenth in the semifinals on TV. It was also during this time. That diy was tagging on the main roster getting victories over the revival and the bar in the match against also black and ricochet on May Thirteenth. They came out to the diy theme song with matching gear. And the now I D I y blue shirt Then in an oath to their NFC take Chicago match against AARP. Johnny Garner was nursing an injury while a frustrated CIAMPA tempted to pick up the pieces. Unfortunately it backfired in one place. One well-placed black mass fall by six thirty splash force. Diy Out of the tournament. Kinsley Ray ran down to the ring to check on her husband into Moscow Champa uncharacteristically put-down Goldie has his. Nfc Championship to check on our Gano. This misaligned sympathy was unlike anything we'd seen from CIAMPA in months as a to walked up to stage in full sail university together chopper briefly stared at the Doc- Roach taxing classic trophy. Then attempted to throw Johnny Gargano into the led stage cleverly. Johnny knew how the scenario would play out so he faked the injury and then reverse it by throwing chop into the stage following up with a super kick kind cheered in approval at this point in time it looked like diy Jennifer Garner that the best of Tomato Champa it appeared that for months Jonah. Devise a plan to grow closer to Champa only to see the champion. Let his guard down and become more trusting so johnny got evil tapped into his dark side to get a little bit closer to chop on the black heart. Doctor Try yeah this was What's the Um beautifully well-done once the only thing I didn't like about it was you got black and ricocheted advancing the doc- tournament because like I just want one real tag team to win the first thing the Arizona but like outside? That's always been like mismatch. Tag Teams But just with in reference to Gargano and job just beautifully laid out. Slow burn storytelling At its finest with us in the end result with Johnny getting the upper hand Tomasa was just kind of out of nowhere. And we're just like wow. That was just incredibly well done because you can go back and look at all. The sees that were planted in laid out to where you finally get to your final harvest. There was just beautifully. Well done and of course once again. This feud was snake bitten as Tomato. Champa had suffered an injury park to Was revealed after this segment that Tomas O. Champa injured his neck and required immediate surgery as a result most notably Gano Chapel. Were supposed to face one another antics. He takeover New York that weekend Or that Later in a couple of weeks and we even heard that CIAMPA wanted to wrestle mismatch so we could drop the title it was not medically cleared to do so so unlike that time next take up. Chicago when he knew that he tours. Acl and they let them go out there and wrestle they did not let him Russell mismatched. Even drop the title to Johnny Gargano and keep glimmer of hope. Alive in the feud Gargano went onto defeat Adam Cole. Nfc TAKEOVER NEW YORK on April Fifth. Two Thousand and nineteen eighty two out of three falls match in one of the greatest. Nfc matches ever following the conclusion of the match and emotional Johnny Gargano celebrated with his wife candace as they made their way up the ramp to conclude the show. Familiar face emerge from back to Moscow champa instead of attacking johnny that the three embrace in one of the most emotional moments in recent memory for split-second fans saw the real chop celebrate with his best friend. This was an amazing moment. Dr Trae and It was pretty cool to see them kind of pull back the curtain and just got an opportunity to really celebrate this championship. It made no sense restore lines stamp because the last time we saw champ of prior to this he was born in an led stage but we were told basically to Kinda throw everything out the window and just go. You know what cave this? Yeah this is my earlier when you go back and you see how close Gargano gotten a few of the Andrade then the chances yeah with with Ciampi when the belt and then to finally captured in that unites to that match. We've we've done shows on that match. It was fantastic. Gargano overcoming all the obstacles in everything thrown at him during that match and everything else he'd overcome to get still one of the best crowd reactions I have ever seen for an NFC wwe But just that Cathartic emotional release of Johnny finally capturing the title Just really well done and yeah. You're right that the the ending onstage was weird But you know if you know the deeper story you know these guys backgrounds beautiful But just one of those moments that you watch it and you're like yeah. I know where I was going to happen. And I I remember how I felt when I saw it. Ciampa returns and DIY reunites for the third time. During this time we saw Johnny Gargano Feud With Adam Cole over the NFC championship at execute. Take over twenty five hundred. I two thousand eighteen drop in the NFC title to Adam Cole. That evening and then they would battle it out again at him calling Johnny Gargano and Take Toronto on August tenth. Two thousand nine hundred and losing again to Adam Cole and two out of three falls match. That's all I singles match streetfight and barbed wire steel cage match. Stipulations for each of the falls fast forward to October second the very first episode of Annex Television Against Awa dynamite and tomorrow champ return from injury to confront Adam Cole and start a feud as the Wednesday night wars began on the October twenty third episode of annex t gone on Champa reunited again to face the undisputed air alongside Finn Baylor It was during this segment. That Ballard famously attack are as the undisputed air assaulted Tomasz. Oh Champ so we get some sort of reunion here. Dr Trae prior to this last time on annexing television outside of the NFC takeover New York moment was Jennifer Garner throwing champion to the led board but they found common ground in their hatred for Adam Cole. Mensa speeded era as they are moving forward here in the fall. Two Thousand Nineteen. Yeah and that's still on the best moments The last couple of years in wrestling was you know the he turn of Baylor on Gargano. Just came out of nowhere in the look on trump's face when ballard hits the. Palay kick like what the Hell just happened. And then he gives jobs Just at that point before that turn you see the match out there. The face off with Chop Gargano and Ballard gets as we like man. This could be really good. The three of them against the era and then the entire segment decay goes completely the opposite direction. And we're left sitting there going to happen but this was really great and the lie that was because of the emotions that we'd have vested in Ghana and trump together moving forward there. Tomasa Champa feuds with Adam Cole industry to error why Johnny feud with Finn. Baylor was during this time there was not much interaction between trump. Gargano had their separate feuds going on Champa with the industry to Darren Gargano within Belarus's I previously mentioned most notably. Gargano was set to face fan dollar and actually takeover war games on November twenty third two thousand nineteen but was forced out due to a neck injury and was replaced by Matt Riddle Chump. His team consisting of keithly dodger. Cova Kevin Owens ended up defeated the undisputed air in a war games match that evening as well Gargano would return to annex TV on December. Eighteenth two thousand and nineteen distracting. Imbalan- cost him his NFC championship shot against Adam Cole and still not interacted with them. Also champ brief reunion Dr Troy but they They stayed away from one another as they closed out. Two Thousand and nineteen. Well although everybody chance fight forever. I don't really think you want somebody fighting forever. So it's Kinda like that. Nice little tease and they will pull it back apart again. So I will say I still feel like those feuds right there the CIAMPA undisputed era like chop call one on one at this point Kind of felt flat. And even Gargano Ballard because of the injury reason in everything else. It just didn't have that same. You know feel to it that you know chopping are gone ahead so it almost feels like when they're not with each other at this point down watching their rivalries of the other wrestlers develop. Diy Faces Mustache and Chambas quest to regain Goldie gets thwarted by Johnny Gargano on the January. Fifteenth Two Thousand Twenty episode of NFC. Television Gargano comes to the rescue of Moscow Champ against the undisputed heir and later that night they get challenged by annex. Uk's Mustache mound to Ma- TO A match at worlds collide twenty twenty odd January twenty fifth. Two Thousand Twenty die. Why would go on to defeat mustache that evening? And extremely fun match at the February Sixteenth Two thousand and twenty annex he takeover Portland event. Johnny Gargano Loses to Ballard earlier in the evening but comes back out to interfere. Trump's annex champion match against Adam Cole as the undisputed heir was interfering in the match CIAMPA went to grab the NFC championship only to be stopped by Johnny Gargano. Who hit him with a championship causing champion? Champion to lose turning heel in the process. As DIY imploded again. We saw a brief reunion. And then they split Dr Trae. This was very well executed at takeover Portland. Yeah that NEC Portland Him. That was a better shows when you watch it from start to finish as far as storyline wise. Because at that point Ballard are gone. Match was greats Johnny lose again. And that's something that you know. We saw your anytime. He's dealt with Champa. He has like these losing streaks when he's wrestling other guys But that match was incredible And then the close the show you're sitting there with when Gargano head shop but we're also going what the hell happened because that was something. Nobody saw coming You maybe we should have but it was just once again really well done really really well laid out and caught people by surprise in the final chapter chapter here for now one last match on April twenty April eighth. Two Thousand Twenty The original plans for gone over Champa was supposed to happen antics takeover Tampa Bay but that was changed due to cope with the COVID nineteen pandemic instead. It was announced by triple eight that they would have one last match on April. Two Thousand Twenty being the end of their feud Johnny Gargano would go onto defeat tomorrow champ on April eight th two thousand twenty episode of TV cinematic match. Thanks to the help of Kansas Laurey. It was during the time that we saw choppers show towards Kenneth Ray who said earlier on that she hated her husband and Johnny Gargano and agreed. That enough was enough between them. Gone received a low blow kicked by his wife only reveal. He was wearing a couple later after Kansas larache kicked to Moscow Champa in between the the legs era Gargano ending on the would From the exposed drinking despite defeating to Moscow champion ending their feud since then we've seen Tomasso champion. Mythic Arcona was the better man as he began his feud with Karen Cross and Scarlett while Johnny are gone on canister may got a whole new heel persona has been extremely excellent thus far. This is the final chapter for now. Dr trae Jonah Gone. I'll get the upper hand over the blackheart tomorrow. Champa felt like had to be done that way because I think they're now too so to me it kind of even up the robbery a little bit but yeah it was to seek to me once again. Seeing candidates who basically at that point was the epitome of like Bubble Gum and Candy and candy is far as our character to see her add another layer to her character and go a different direction. And then just the way that matches done like just at that point with this. Is the third cinematic match. We had seen. Even though I heard I found out later on it was actually the first one filmed out of wrestlemainia matches in this one. It's actually the first one done but what's in really well done really well laid out. Great storytelling involved in it. And you're the close out this chapter of the rivalry so far just really well executed. Although I don't hold it up as high as I do maybe the previous three matches. Yeah I don't think it was. I think that in front of the crowd. It's a different story. I think the reaction would have gotten with Kansas. The Ray turning heel and Gargano with cup would have been excellent absolutely excellent and that was one of those. It's one of those moments where it was like. It was still pretty cool. Cinematic was awesome but Democrat on that one because they would've had the same emotional moment that we did at home watching it all take place on our television. So that was the final chapter Dr Tray of this feud for now one of the greatest we've ever covered here started in August. Two Thousand Sixteen and for the time being right now has ended on April twenty or April two thousand and twenty looking back into now Dr Trays. Couple conclusion concluding thoughts on the entire thing. How do you sum up the Gargano Champion? You'd as we look back at here on this special edition of Rt. You see one of the things that you and I have talked about over the years on. This show is when you have two guys who are offscreen. Best friends and completely trust each other. You get some of this great magic. You can take chances in the ring and take chances of your character because you know the other guys have your back And cover up any mistakes. We've seen that with with your owens and Zane And we've seen as an incident in a few other feuds over the years but you know this is the closest thing to Mirror Owens Zane that we've seen in the last ten years as because these two guys implicitly trust each other In and out of the ring I mean you don't take DT Onto expose woj unless you trust the guy throwing that move on. You don't do those things unless you absolutely no. He has no. Ill will towards me at all. He is not going to hurt me in any kind of way. And you see those times in wrestling where you don't you can tell the guys don't trust each other in the ring so they are a little more protective of themselves. These guys implicitly trust but the other guy is going to do and they're willing to sell their ass off to make look great and I think the other things that stand out to me is when this feud started. These guys were like lower card wrestlers. They were kind of. Nobody's unless you love them on the independent wrestling scene and then they ended the feud as probably two of the greatest annexing superstars ever on the bridge in the brand. They're definitely on that. And so cliche to say. But Mount Rushmore of and this is by far the greatest few that has ever aired on anti television. Maybe in W E in the last ten plus years so it was amazing. Job Start to finish the other stuff that Dr Troy pointed out was spot on as well. There was a lot of characters that really benefited wrestlers. I should say during this. Entire few guys like Andreotti Girls. Like Nicky Cross really helped elevate their game some during this song then you also saw some stuff from the village dream also black and even ricochet the revival as well so it was an amazing feud top to bottom Dr Train. I think it's probably the most. It's definitely my favorite feud we've ever covered here on the history of the show and one more thing that I love is usually when you see a tag team break-up one guy gets elevated one Guy Kinda falls by the wayside is the Shawn Michaels. Marty Judge Netti Dichotomy This might be the best tag team break-up in history because because both guys have gone on to become champion and you don't see that of tag teams break up You know even like ms in Morrison the other tactics we've seen over the years. Hassler part one guy usually rises above the other guy and this has been a few. That's not only built people around them but built themselves from within and just just beautifully. Well done almost three and a half four years. Yeah it was an amazing job. By both CIAMPA and anybody creatively. That was involved in this entire process to put this on the television for all of us. Starting in August two thousand sixteen and right now temporarily ending I would say on April two thousand twenty It has been absolutely fantastic in a joy to watch and enjoy to cover here throughout the history of this program. So hopefully you enjoy this bonus edition of the so Rochelle. Feel free to chime in with your thoughts on the tomato champion. Genyk ARE GONNA feud at Esotique podcast or read. Our facebook page facebook dot com slash show. We will catch you hear this Thursday. We'll get you ready for Money in the bank is upcoming Sunday. And we'll take a look back at everything in the world of professional wrestling Mat. Sit Out to us so until now until Thursday for Dr Troy Franklin. I'm Jeff Pack. Thank you Tomasa Champa. Thank you Johnny. Gargano this has been a bonus episode of s rt uh-huh.

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Jerry Seinfeld jokes about malls, earthquakes, & living in California, 1981

The Johnny Carson Show

24:10 min | 1 year ago

Jerry Seinfeld jokes about malls, earthquakes, & living in California, 1981

"Good morning good afternoon or good evening. Hey we'll Schreiner here your host of the Johnny Carson Show podcast and boy. We've got a big name. Today's show Jerry Seinfeld. Who whatever happened to him now? He was a comedian. Started out in the late seventies and Rocketed the probably one of the most successful Sitcom careers ever as well as a continually working comedian out every other weekend still standing up and making people laugh. I got a lot of stories about Jerry. I've known him a long time today. Shows it was pretty good. We've got a good monologue is Jokes about the fruit fly the Mediterranean fruit fly from Johnny Course. Johnny comes out and I can't see it but doc I guess is wearing one of his traditionally allowed Alfredsson. Johnny has a pretty good Reaction to that there are some jokes Faraday or Dr Charles and Diana and the Queen and there's also a bit about the post office and how. How many letters get lost in the mail? There's mentions of Reagan's travels abroad. And even the baseball strike. Johnny's got a good joke about the Japanese Scratching getting themselves so it's a monologue and at the end Johnny Introduces Jerry as a brilliant and very clever comedian before I get into Jerry's monologue let me tell you a little bit something if you don't know and I'm sure everybody knows a lot about Jerry Seinfeld. But his Sitcom that he co wrote and created with Larry. David ran from eighty nine tonight. One thousand nine hundred ninety eight and it's rumored that they offered him five million dollars an episode for season ten and he turned it down. I admire his his ability. Say No to money money. It's something I've never learned but I have had many great experiences with Jerry Seinfeld. I don't know where to begin. I met Jerry when I came to Los Angeles. I guess I was in New York in nineteen eighteen. Eighty doing the comic strip and the punchline comic Strip and the Improv when Jerry I came to Los Angeles he chose the Improv. The comedy store as a place to work out material but Freeman Freeman. Knew Him from New York so he took a good liking to Jerry. Was One of these guys. You took notice right away clean. Charming Charisma Matic With tremendous confidence. If there's anything about Jerry that I would say. His confidence on stage was was admirable and unlike so many others. It wasn't arrogance. It was just confidence. I got to work with Jerry many times times the Improv and Jerry. I came to Los Angeles. He had a small part on Benson which was a Robert Jones Sitcom and guess. It didn't go so well. Just I read a story where Jerry said. He came in for the table. Read and there was no script for him because he was fired. That's just another one of many examples of how tough show business can be on you. Jerry and Jay. Leno were fast friends. Jim J. lived up Nichols Canyon. A lot of people hung out. J.'s House Arsenio Hall Many of us road motorcycles together Rick Overton a bunch of US would ryder motorcycles. Out on the weekends and go after the rocks door or whatever we would do on the motorcycles but it was always great fun and although never a motorcycle Guy Jerry was a car guy he he loved cars particularly porsches. I used to fly out of Santa Monica Airport and there was a hanger. Cross the way that had about. I don't know one hundred fifty to one hundred porsches in it and I asked somebody. WHO's a was Jerry Seinfeld? I never saw him hanging out much at the hanger but I saw the cars with the door open and he had some classic classic Cars I guess. Maybe that's the basis of Comedians in cars with coffee. Now Jerry and I got to work together on numerous occasions my favorite Memory was we're around a thousand seat theater and around Saint Louis. It was called the Westport playhouse. I think it was called into it. Was the bill was Paula. poundstone will Schreiner Jerry Seinfeld. And and Larry Bud Melman well show is going to be probably me Pala Jerry in Larry Bud but Larry Bird didn't have much of an act and we realized that quickly so the show show was reconfigured to have Larry the MC and then introduced the three of us into a half an hour and around it was. I still have the poster my garage. It's one of my favorite advert shows. All three of us were fired on all cylinders and it was a great time to be working together. When you work together you get to hang out together? We had meals and we you know sat in the dressing room and Kipton laughed. and Oh there's one of my great memories of of doing a stand up show with Jerry Jerry and I were young comedians and we were on the MERV Griffin show in Las Vegas. I don't know it might've been like nine hundred eighty one or two or three somewhere in there. I don't remember the exact year but bill cosby was also on the show that that day and Jerry and I they were in the makeup room or the green room talking and bill said Hey. Would you guys like to come over to my dresser room tonight. He was at the Hilton with David. Copperfield and Would you like to come over the dressing room and talk about comedy now Bill Cosby. He's got a bad reputation today but he loved to To help young Comedians and we sat in his dressing. We were from six o'clock to eight o'clock listening to bill. Tell us about secrets. Giving US insight given us. You know all the vice he could he could share about standup comedy. At eight o'clock rolled around. He said you guys want to go up and watch David Copperfield. We go no no we. We want to stay in the dressing room with you as long as you'll have us and we sat there for another half Hour Arwa. Copperfield went on and bill got dressed and went off and did a show and we went back and watched it and it was. It was just you know it was. It was a treat. It was a rare. I wish I said Jerry. Two years ago later I said you remember all this stuff cosby told us she says no but it was all great. I'm sure it you know it's I'm sure it incubated into our psyche someway. That's one of the great experiences I said. I wish I would have had a tape recorder for and now ladies and gentlemen he Johnny You don't you don't you. Don't fool me you're not applauding. You're trying to swat fruit flies. Mediterranean fruit flies are running amok in California. You got here just in time you might have down. I'm for the fruit flies season. You give you a little tip. COME BACK in March. That's when the killer. Bees fly up from Ecuador. Have they had gotten rid of the. What is the situation today? Close close Governor Brown is getting a lot of flack if he sprays the stuff off the environmentalists complain if they don't the producers of all the fruit complain so the Governor Brown Today Glover Jerry is thought of a way to trap all of the fruit flies. You sending might curb as authentic governor up the Bakersfield wearing an avocado suit. I want to go for that. So Brown came up with his final desperate measure to control the fruit fly population. He wants to that word fruit fly. He's GonNa Outfit Little female flies. Little teeny chastity belts our vision the on the love boat last night. He was on the lavender. I wonder what color would you call. We had a discussion about that. I thought it was green you ladies. It's more Turquoise Teal Teal T- wow this same Taylor Raoul bill and the vacation and you probably go you come here to see a television show right go to the movie studios. Don't miss the Miss Rodeo drive in Beverly Hills very famous expensive street and it has kind of an international flavor Arabs or selling French jeans made in Hong Kong to Americans who like to pay over retail. I have some exciting news to tell. Well you just in from Buckingham Palace. Apparently the queen almost went into cardiac arrest today when Prince Charles said Mum Diana. I decided to live together for a year to see how it works the understand. The hero ricocheted off the Tower of London. As you know the mail strike we have a mail. Strike was averted. So there will be no interruption of your letters here is being lost. I kid the post office. But let's be honest. The male is slow. I got a letter today. That said congratulations. You may have already won the name Teddy Roosevelt's horse contest. I think what's first class. Mail now eighteen cents as you know. The Postal Department is seeking a twenty cent stamp for first class. Mele said they can't break. Let's be honest no matter what we pay. The Post Office always loses money. They've never made any money or even broken. Even you know if they ran the post office curricular business. They would have a fire next Thursday. The president is home isn't president. Reagan was up in Canada meeting with the leaders of six other Democratic Arctic nations on an economic conference and Secretary of State General Alexander Haig One along the summit conference. All leaders spoke English Except Hague. Big You know. He's he's got berlitz working night to try to figure out what the hell he's talking about. How many if you've been watching Japanese baseball on television you know because we have a strike that I guess what forty second day they have been running here in the United States? Japanese is baseball and I watched a game last night. A little different. You don't want the players. They don't scratch themselves like American players. You guys Roy scratching and if a girl out and do it for them in any way tonight we have a very clever comedian. Jerry Seinfeld is here tonight so we are. They seem a little more rational tonight years. Although last night you were awfully awfully funny. Everybody said it was a funny show vague league to me. Explain explain to the audience last night at the time change. And I'm still on my on no onto the doctors give me some antibiotics. What ended up? -Biotics I didn't know have affected you in that manner tunnels special kind of pills. No no you know it says on there do not operate heavy machinery or do a television show or do television. So if I'm a little more in control than I do much anyway you know while we were gone lots of things happen and one well. The big things that happened in the country was the appointment of the first justice of the Supreme Court. Sandra O'Connor woman which I think is great the that was one of Reagans promises and he kept it and apparently everybody is very pleased. I think it's a good step and somebody sent us a book. Speaking of how women might have been changing in the last few years women's liberation. The book is called the behavior book a guide. This is an old book and I had a car gave us here. I told you or something flying around it look at this is a very small fit. We'll see your last night was trying to get its own show. You know you want it. Aw I thought it was with you. This book was sent to us by the Royal Dalton or Dolton China Company and. The book is called. I had to write down because it's hard to read the side. The behavior book a manual for ladies that was published back in eighteen fifty three and again set down rules the way nicely proper related that day we should behave like similar. Emily Post today off for example and we typed off some of the actual things. Hold some of them out of it yes we also took some other ones and put them here as we call them now at least from eighteen fifty three. It is bad taste to go to the dinner table in UN Genteel Teal and unbecoming Hab laments. That's what they call them. Habits such as unladylike CALICO that was bad after unfolding your Napkin Atkins security. You're built with a pin to prevent it slipping down your lap under the table. The fashion of wearing black silk mittens at breakfast is now considered obsolete. Apparently I didn't know they ever did that. A decidedly old lady persisting and going about their head uncovered is a pitiful object and scarcely looks respectable. An elderly female should always wear a cap ladies. Beyond on the age of thirty five you'd were simple elegant caps to impart grace and softness to a faded face. If you have children children do not buy them. Most books that have revolting prince of people with gigantic heads and diminutive bodies children children dislike them as so they ought do not pick your teeth and you can indulge in it without witness the follow up to that if you must take anything out of your teeth do not make the person sick by laying the disgusting particle on on the side of your plate. The word stomach should never be uttered except to one's physician can never said stomach. Avoid all mentions of source surgical operations dreadful accidents or shocking cruelties at the dinner table. Avoid and have little to say a woman who is traveling without a companion and whose face is painted or as a profusion of long curls about her neck do not make her acquaintance even if you know she is rich and lives in a large house. Turn now I don't know lady looks worse than when Gnawing a bone even if game or poultry few ladies do but in fact nothing should be sucked or not in public eighteen fifty three amazing you know the mid in the middle of the eighteen hundreds and you imagine that somebody took the time and the energy to sit down and write a book binding rules. What's not about it? You know it's over you know a hundred year. So here's a book that you look at it and you know that everything in the world you'd Never WanNa find in this book you are wrong. suffragette breath more S. eighteen fifty. Three as you all know modern woman has completely different life. Come a long way. We have some cold from another new book. Nineteen eighty-one that's right for example Nowadays Nineteen eighty-one holding a dinner party at our house. A hostess should never get up on the table and say you. Would you please excuse me for a moment. I think I just heard my cat barth a recently divorced woman should guard your reputation carefully and never list yourself in the yellow pages under do it yourself yourself. It is unwise for young ladies winner. Lady friends bedchamber without knocking for she may be washing repairing her clothes or entertaining retaining a semi pro hockey team. Here's one if you live in New York. Or wherever they have the single idiot tens of performance of the Bolshoi Ballet. She should not scream at the stuff. Them Tights Ivan. It is considered unseemly for young women to approach a Hobo and whisper beard stubble. GETS ME ME excited. Well I don't know I don't Ashley enough is enough always get. Here's another one here. The folks this is not Karnak. Wait a minute my next guest has been with us before young meeting to work so a lot of clubs in New York and Los Angeles. Next week you'll be at the club called the punchline in San Francisco and he'll be at Swansea's in Seattle Washington August the eighteenth twenty-third. Would you welcome. Please Jerry Seinfeld Jerry. It's great to be back here. It's great to be back. It's great to be back in La. I've been on the road quite a bit. I've been flying and I liked flying flying on planes. It's very expensive. I tried to fly standby one title loans by the worst way to fly. Now it's terrible levels. You know why they call it standby you stand there going on the next one. LA's such a great place. The the only town where earthquake reports are part of the weather forecast here partly cloudy with a chance of total regional destruction. I heard a report on earthquakes. That was unbelievable. One time they were talking about an earthquake in this one place in northern California earthquake. Wasn't that bad. It's just that the buildings weren't designed to withstand earthquakes. Have you ever heard this explanation. Would you accept this quarter law Mike minded and murder this man. His simply wasn't designed to Dan in bullets. I should tell tell you a little bit about myself. I'm to the most unique thing about me when I was growing up. I was left handed so anybody left-handed they usually have trouble clapping. That was good. That was really worried. Left itself Meghan word always associated with negative things leftovers offers the terrible to let fate left handed compliment on television. You ever seen a crook named righty. You never see that every rise a positive thing right on the bill of rights to a party. There's nobody there we didn't really go. They left the living in Hollywood. Now they're building a mall near where I live now mall. Shopping is of course I the biggest thing as far as shopping. I'm getting tired of mall. Shopping restore has little things to try and prevent you from shoplifting. You know the electron ICK security devices. I saw had sticker in the window now protected by silent along. Have you seen the silent alarm. That's awesome intimidate us. But also got blinds security guys watching me chase me down with stuff poodles. The cost some new socks socks first of all. They're incredibly flexible. One size at seven to thirteen. I think that's amazing. Secondly they have great ambition. Great drive how many times you do a a big laundry you take out your socks you count them up one of them got out the scape then they take off on their own. What our chances out there? I don't think they're good. Walk down the street dirty tripled in there in the corner by the curb is a sock. That didn't make it when you buy them. They give you that little plastic hanging on the top. They give that to you like you've got some new sport the haven't used Moore's anybody have a tiny closet own. We're doing well relationships. Changing the time I gotta get relationships are changing. I notice this in the green store. There are greeting cards now. Have you seen green cards. No printing on the inside. This is a statement about this men and women. I mean there's no words no message. Nothing like hallmark is saying. We don't know what to tell dollar. You think of something. I don't WANNA get involved. They also have greeting cards now with couples on the front you. Seeing these photographed the couple's hazy focus picnic trees. Who are these people? Do you know these people. I don't know these people. I don't want them on my car. What am I gonNA ride inside there? Anyway there's another couple having a better relationship than us in the post office to get us Dan for applied and I'm waiting in line at the post. I love these posters on the wall when you wait online killers. Murderers thieves why the post office wants to do about it right. The guy any sense I mean the people rip these off the wall up to the county snaps in a search warrant. I'M GONNA have to discuss. I've had it up to here with this activity. My main question about these coaches on the wall is what they hold onto this guy when they take in this picture. Well that was it. That's Jerry's model. I I know that joke about the wanted posters One that Everybody he will think of any time there in the post office anyway. Hey we'll schreiner here Thanks for listening. We hope you enjoyed this. Jerry Seinfeld we're going to bring you some other greats and my goal goal is to one day. Get to sit down with Jerry and talk about how he remembers his first experiences on the tonight. Show so Tune in subscribe to our podcast. You know how to do that as a button on on the site where you can subscribe listen every week. We drop a new one every Sunday. And we'll keep bringing them out as long as you're liking them this will schreiner signing off for now. See you next time.

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Hanging with Hector: Inside Ballydoyle, Living with Johnny Murtagh & Owning a Racehorse

The Final Furlong Podcast

2:45:04 hr | 1 year ago

Hanging with Hector: Inside Ballydoyle, Living with Johnny Murtagh & Owning a Racehorse

"The Vet Exchange more wasted bet more ways to win proud sponsors of the final furlong. Podcast the final furlong. Podcast is proudly built by out the race's dot com the ultimate online resource for racing fans walking along to the final furlong. Podcast is great to have you with us. I'm your host Emma's Kennedy and I hope you are well and I hope that this man is well too by the way because this is an absolute legend demand that up and look into back on the show for quite a while and due to current circumstances the stars have aligned. And he's here if for some reason because we have a lot of listeners in the UK and worldwide as well and not all hope. You're in good form. I can tell you that. He is one of Ireland's most famous broadcasters. He is a brilliant documentary filmmaker. Who has done some fantastic content? He's traveled the world. He's got endless stories but he's also done horseracing documentaries where he's lived with. Johnny Murtagh series called hanging with Hector. He bought his own resource for the TV. Show called only fools by horses which will definitely talk about as well and he went to the breeders. Cup with Aidan. O'brien it's the main man hector. Welcome back to the show. Ms Latin introduction. I completely forgot that I used to hang around with a lot of famous people people that I was one of them. Johnny mortar but I forgot that I recorded in his house. Great story were in the Sauna. I knew we had a sauna and I knew before he helped into the car with Fran Berry. And all the lads going race and that he would call his ways do whatever wason he had to do. So I said Johnny is there any way we can do into the sequence in the sauna and Johnny Carson? Nobody to hang on to meet men got into the sauna completely bollock naked and essential Rostov. The cameraman might said Roscoe. This is going to be great. Just got in. He filmed us from the top. Just walk into the sauna completely naked and I taught my ran johnny and I said to him Johnny. Can I just say that I respect you? Don't on me as a jockey. But as a man and then I walked into the Sauna Naked Russell. Pans around only strategically placed at the head and shoulders on a bottle of peach. I Dunno conditioner Lori Lori L. O. Of course exactly where to Sean. Thomas is where the mcleans we it was. Brilliant and Roscoe pulled away revealed the window and we sat there in Novi interview with Johnny in the Sauna. Beautiful Dandruff their head and shoulders bottles covering a private parts grant. It was great. I look at Johnny Manziel television since he's retired star trainer but it was one of the funny things. I the things I did with Johnny Morton Craig Jockeys whose the whose the longest the Sauna Johnny. Jesus Johnny that's that's a thin buyer cylinder still. I say we were naked and I. It doesn't matter. I don't want to know just kind of Doti small. What he's he's like a Jack Russell. He's Johnny's like a whippet. She's he's he's narrowly these lean and mean and he's leaner meaner infertile and I don't remember how big is now took off so I I it was just a jockey who we always think are really skinny but when they are getting into the sauna twice as skinny and realize I never forget what Johnny Morton told me on that show that he said he's writing at Royal Ascot or he's writing and Glorious Goodwood and we were talking about the waste and under diet is all that on the show because we we own with them for a whole week. He said that a cup of tea with sugar or two sugars was like twenty cans of Red Bull that he could feel course into his veins and he could feel the lift. He Got Sugary Cup of tea on a hot day. Roy Ascott after writing two winters and he's got four more rights on the book so it just shows you the incredible composition of these guys bodies at eight zero nine and at eight seven an just under nine stole Johnny went to the Vocational School. Navin we used to call it. The tech that was where all the country lots went to any like woodwork install. I went to at and say practice in to go to the tech the vocation school or you go to Saint. Pat's Johnny was very same around the same time. He probably went to first year in the vocational school. Johnny came was born at four miles from where I was born. If you continue past where I was born in Avenue the road not come with the parish. Johnny was about four miles off the bore me and back beyond their. And it's interesting. Johnny never came from the Horsey family was ponies in the garden. There was no horses around him so he learned later said sixteen. Seventeen year olds. He wasn't brought up with horses boss. I would know his parish. I know his people and I know that neck of the woods really. Well it's out of. It is quite remarkable. The Am delighted that we started actually talking about Johnny. Because there's no point in doing this show because the soul much different stuff that we can talk about we just have the crack basically and hopefully this'll distract people's minds and we'll have a bit of a laugh Johnny. He's a fantastic character and he's a really lovely Guy Orla wife like he's a he's a lucky man that she's nearly as mad at him but she's lovely. One of my favorite broadcasts ever was at the races. Johnny Murtagh Open Door. It was the last time eight. Your had to present her onscreen in Ireland from memory. Johnny was side by side with me and we just had the best crack for the whole show. It was even just a simple thing. Like going into the sables which we had to get permission to do and watch him saddling up a horse and the care and the attention to detail that he takes his insight into the game and for a man who didn't write a race source until he was fifteen. He was a boxer when he started. Wasn't it that the coach said you won't make it at this? What you've got the bill to be a jockey and he was reading the sports like I use a decent football player and over the years a few charity games asako Johnny was a decent soccer player in a decent gala coppola on his own in his kids now. I think they've all got that sporting train you know. I think he the Johnny was just a decent sportsmen. And you know there's plenty of them in in every club in every village and every time somebody was was was good at something that you're going to soccer soccer you're GonNa Harlan. I think Johnny how does actor gates? He kept his place on any team. If he wasn't a jockey he could made it as a player or whatever he was doing in life he just has that attribute that the thing that comes out. Mostly Johnny Morton is affability is positively. He makes you smile. He's always smiling. He's all always in good form and he's very charismatic character. He's an he's doing very well as a trainer. I think because I'm sure that his owners find dash very reassuring they find it really nice they find comforting and that they can trust them and I think he's going to be even bigger as a trainer. I think he's only once he gets the right amunition as the right. I mean they should over. The last couple. Seasons is getting better. I think he'd be very successful because people like him. When somebody likes you no matter what you're doing you know whether you're a shopkeeper or whether you run a restaurant if you've got that front of House Johnny Mortar has the front of House. He really is a good guy. And he's he's a he's just he's a made man and from the same areas may so he's he's one of the good guy is biased in the slightest latest. When you when you did that show Johnny would have been towards the real height of his power at that time. So what was it? Like hanging around him when he was very much at the peak of his powers and living with them for that week. First of all I got explained that about two thousand and four five six and seven and eight. Rondos four five years. I decided to make a TV show called hanging with Hector. Where I pick the people that I wanted to hang around with and just into their world so on the first series we had. Tom Meets here and Bertie. Ahern was not shook the country the prime minister of Ireland time he said yes and I I remember him as president of the European Union. How in the name? God He said Yes some one minute. I'm on the private jet with the government's traveling to Paris next member. Tommy Tiernan in New York next minute. Shade given his pick me up newcastle united and in a souped up five eight are Volkswagen. Small that we want to get it out again but it's not the Volkswagen Golf. It does another smaller goals or but it still lasers and he had U2 on and he picked me up with a at the at the airport. And I hung around with Shay given these were people. I wanted to hang around much. Johnny was high on the list. Johnny was high. Mls because I was a mad horseracing fan. And I wanted to go deeper into us. Kieren fallon was in. Its prime. Osce Frankie who's been in his prime for twenty five years fallon and mortar fallon nortre where that men economic just go into the end of his career but johnny was their goal to man. He was the goal to man. I knew what it was in the saddle. I knew how he drove those horses home. Sinndar the Yukon Hawks. One of my favorite all time. What a harsh sitting there powerful galloper. So I just knew Johnny and he s he said yes then I went into a whole new world where one means not everyone's Cup Santa loads me and you know I. It was an incredible feeling into a sport that your nose make an TV showed you want it and it was just like. I was like a child in the sweet shop. I was just I was. I was like a pig in Shit. I was like on. This is unbelievable. I'm a really big into racing and all of a sudden I'm hanging around with the biggest names in wasting and that's the great thing about it released because I know you mentioned Shay given there but primarily is very disconnected and quite tone-deaf given what's going on right now. I mean Liverpool may very well to reverse their decision but Jesus Status Shameful Tottenham haven't reversed their decision to follow South Newcastle as well. You're you're not going to meet a Premier League footballer unless you've got VIP tickets or unless something really special happens you go to the races and you're GonNa miss a big owner. You're going to be a big trainer. Willie mullins will shake your hand. You can hang out with the stars of the sport and that's something that I think is quite unique. Maybe something we take for granted when you were hanging around with Johnny. That was also a bit of an odd time as well because clearly was an absolutely brilliant jockey but he was a brilliant jockey. You had character flaws. He had personality philosophy had demons and he had been long sought after by Coolmore for the Ballydoyle job ended up getting and then he got in trouble and wasn't allowed to ride in the UK. So Johnny came in for all the UK rides which was very very beneficial to him and he'd already had great success winning the two thousand guineas and wreckage alter and high chaparrals Darby but then the job itself opens up because while Karen was cleared and another scandal emerged and that was done with with coolmore and he gets the ballydoyle job and I remember speaking to him one day and he was talking to me about how it it had become very very. It was a job. He was on the brink of getting a few times but now he finally got us and you could see. He was in his absolute elements when he was there about oil. He loved thought job. Absolutely I think remember the time. Jamie Spence a-list Houser Jamey get for a couple of Jaime got it for a season and it was a disaster. Yeah I don't know what happened. It didn't work out. But then they got into the groove on Johnny Morton Owen J P Morton on those horses got on peeping fawn on those classic Johnny Started Writing Group. Ones like You know we talk evading. Breaking World Records for twenty something group ones in the season but it started snowball Johnny Murtagh an eight and the ballydoyle horses was a match made in heaven because too many kicked off And it may very well be that the crop ballydoyle that year were bad or that. Something wasn't quite right but Jamie got the job. The year that one cool cat was going for the two thousand guineas so McKiernan had just stepped aside Whether he decided to go or was pushed. That's another story. I suppose There was an infamous incident where nicotine was riding a horse and lady. O'reilly's colors and Jamie Spencer was riding a think all too beautiful and he made him. He made a maneuver where he went in on. Mackinnon MacKinnon was brought down. Oh God the optics of that are shocking like that. Just you've just taken a man's job but now you've heard that race you're trying to kill him but one cool cat. Was I love that horses juvenile and he just did not really do it as a three year old and none of them did and then they went to America for the Arlington million and Spencer wins. Unpowered court but if you watch that race back you'll watch the guy who finishes second he starts punching the air because he knows spence is going to get thrown out and it was spencer made a maneuver where he interfered with a horse and the US jockey new. I'm going to get this race and that's exactly what happened and that was it. Spencer was and Kieren Fallon then got the job and I think footsteps in the sand was their first one in the two thousand guineas and he said that the reason he took the job because people were given kieren fallon dogs abuse. How dare you leave? Sir? Michael stoute after all he's done for you spell it lets the biggest stable in the world but he said that one of the reasons he took the job was one particular horse and the Horse was George Washington and we saw what he did as a juvenile then afterwards so to be fair it may very well have been the crop ballydoyle that year. Were poor but Jamie Spencer did not work out there. But when Kieran and Johnny became involved or the whole thing just transformed on getting goosebumps thinking of those days. I'm Gettin goosebumps thinking he mind talking to you know they say. The premise shift is not the way it was but it is not the way it was. It's not the beer in Cheonan address and the you don't see that passion as much as you have boy by God man. There was passionate harshly. When you're talking about Kieren Fallon pumped Michael Steele Salam. Went Down and Road America tree more? Didn't he ran the team? Thomas dead on Thomas Drive into maybe maybe when you think about the style and I know jockey. I'm an Armchair Jockey arses I've owned horses and I've been raising millions of times. I think I understand the art of what I could never be a jockey. Maybe maybe the style of Jamie Jamie Spencer more suited to hold a partisan coming lays producing them on the line. Do you ever see that happening a lot more horses. I mean they're not that type of Horse. Dade the soul well bred so Wrigley bread that the writer going to stay there are going to be open to van. I'm going to kick on on on the big day. You need to make the right decision on the biggest day of tax cuts the line between goals jockeys and the ones like frankie like Johnny Murtagh would never ninety-nine point. Nine Times Day would make the right decision on the big day in the group on when they get over the line. The job is maybe Jamie Spencer. I know around Lingfield. They can be you can look out the back and the slingshot and he produces ours are still on a Friday night and to know what I mean. But I'm just saying Jamie Jamie's a horse. No more than Timmy. Murphy's a great horseman no more than Tall cabbies great hostile and they're all great people but when it comes to the million pound racism that six hundred and fifty thousand Sterling Prince and Princess of Wales and you just need the big man on the right occasion and Johnny. Marta revelled in pressure and he wrote. I don't know what the statistics but many group wants to Johnny Morton Watch in that period ride for ballydoyle. Are you talking fifty? I'd say I'd I'd I'd go over. I say Johnny Morton has one hundred group wants no company car and find out during this podcast but I would say he has ridden overhaul new bones. And I'd say sixty five seventy where for ballydoyle. Yeah I would think so. Maybe the eight Brian Fund site who listen to the show can help with that and tell us exactly how many d right for parade and he rebelled in a style style and he He was he was one of the greats. And you know what I think he. He's he's continued no more than a lot of these. Premiership footballers now pundits continued. The best obviously is Cara her never look at Evelyn. Johnny has all the attributes to become a great racing. Pundits like Tony McCoy getting a lot better in front of camera. I like I know Tony. Well he's getting a lot better a lot more relaxed and rubies in there as well and mobile do stuff. These are the guys that will make rape pundits as they get better being on TV because they were such good. Soga what they do but the crossovers there Johnny Johnny. We'll do that but my wanNA jockey water jockey but it's when you put on those silks put on the ballydoyle silks. Can you imagine that that's the thing you you get your coming out on? Hannity Silks on you. It's like putting on the United Jersey on the Jersey. It's like getting the Lines Jersey in your dressing room before you go out on the pitch against the all blacks or the night before the hotel when you put on those dark Blue Bunny Doyle Silks. I. I'm sure you grow falsely Seton stature. Are you most do? Because like if Aidan O'Brien and John Magner and Michael Tabor and Derrick Smith. If if they have the confidence in you to do the job and they have made you their number one like you probably walking around like billy big box and you know you've gotTa Bugatti Veron. I never forget Pavlina one of the shows I did colonials by you know what I bought an eight hundred pound horse guy and we trained on incredible but you know what it described. Hector the engine. You buy the engine. It's easy to train a good horse. If the Horse Isan agent it's very heritage engine into a Horse. But when you buy an engine nine times ed you're buying a Gouda engine could engine good breeding and it's like a BMW and a four fiesta. And so many times on the joint horses when their crews and upon the broiler and I love that feeling of just push the button and then the jockey looks between the legs and he just goes here we go and away they go. It's just it's poetry in motion and and you're right in the best engineer right in the best horse it too so it is the best job in racing. And I'm Roy Moore as for the last couple of years. Yeah do you think the Johnny is such a good pundit because a little bit like this would be an awful lot to do with ed? I think a little bit like carragher and a little bit like a naval. Obviously who led the way he does not care he's not afraid to offend anybody and rubies the same. They're just they're not afraid to offend anybody. And there's so many jockeys retire and they're very very reluctant like they kind of toe the line and you know it's not really his fault but then as soon as the camera. I'll I'll I'll break down the fourth wall here. It's very frustrating. When you're working with jockey and the seconds the camera goes off like director says and your clear. And then he'll say something completely the opposite of what he's just said whereas Johnny's not like that and I think one of the ones that really stands out for me is his criticism whether you believe it was deserved or not of Jim. Crowley in the king standards. Yeah he got exactly actor he got stuck into them to the point that Jim Crowley actually came up to them because we were having dinner on the Friday so he was telling me about it. That Crowley came over to him. And bollocks Johnny just looked at him and said you paused it up? Let's be honest about admit you pulled it up and I have to say I'm not here to do favors. I'm here to analyze for the for the viewing public and for the punters. You won't do it again. You're a brilliant jockey but you made a balls of us is nothing people like Gary Neville. Exactly you believe what's coming out of his note you can even because he's been there Johnny Murtagh. Ms Have Ridden by Tash Dot Day. Against Blue Point in Roy. Ascott he'd have adjusted immediately to the fact that Lydia really hadn't fired wasn't making the pace in the manner that they expected her to and he should have went out himself. Yeah and it's very easy to talk about things afterwards but I just love. The speed has just got one. You've got right. Open the van. He's got to be their their votes and then fifty hundred yards. You've gotTA push bulletin. I don't think he's older Parse. No no he's not. I can see what they were trying to do. Bosch I just love the fact and then of course a year later blueprint comes out and beats him again. Anyway I once twice at Royal Ascot. That's right yeah. And then they Zarley retires him. Godolphin retired among the backlash and they could have dominated this Bernstein. He did the double won that new one the Golden Jubilee Diamond Jubilee it was the Golden Jubilee from one year when it was the queen's Golden Jubilee but the diamond jubilee he won and then bizarrely Godolphin just an all year. And that's it never done to give Jim. Crowley unlimited credit here is baton nausea quirky character. That could have been something. Did he get warm before to start? Piper hype the Best Times. When he's he's brilliant and when he's not good he may be on the day jockey quote. Tony Keenan. He's a mad bastards. Okay Tash Yeah. He's mud busters. There's no question he's long. Are Those fighting for sprinters. I had a fight Furlan sprinter and I had. I really really really good. He was a tired archaic. I spent eight hundred pounds on just just before we get to the show because I wanNA talk about his hector did a TV series and it's available on Youtube and it'll be something that if you're looking for something to watch sorry serious. Interrupting is no sorry. No thank you very much. If you're looking for something to watch during this this lock in lock in God imagine if we can Hector. We haven't some correct during this town. It would be very very different Scenario if it was a lucky. But you're in this down. I have a great TV show for you to watch that. I'm sure you will thoroughly enjoy. But you're talking about the appreciation that you have for jockeys based on hanging out with Johnny and working with Pat Flynn and meeting so many others as well. And that point that you made about one sugar coursing through. Janis veins and just making them. Go Bananas. I don't think we appreciate just how much jockeys put themselves the punishment. They put their bodies through for our entertainment. Now they're doing it because this is a sport they love and they want to get to the very top of those God. It's hellish existence. Yeah I'll never forget reading the opening lines of Richard Hughes's book his autobiography where he's underway. Roy Ascott it's thirty degrees outside. He was up most drinking champion and party. He is trying to lose A. He's taken all those pills that make you have a pace what you call them. I don't know if the call there's something that's what I want to hear. In a sports autobiography. I want to be wisdom from the moment and he had me from that first paragraph when he said. I got to bed at five o'clock in the morning. I was drinking champagne from from six o'clock the evening before I've got to our asleep on on my way to Alaska got loose six pounds. I haven't eaten in twelve hours on. I've got a pace and a news ways and I've got to do this and I just went. Wow what a brilliant opening page in your book and Ban. What a brilliant jockey. Richard Hughes was as well. But now I understand. Now we understand the world of the hell that these boys go at the top of their game and nobody knows what happens the hours before they get up on a horse or nobody knows that they've only had one slice of Brown bread and a couple of team one sugar for the last forty hours. We all get cranky and we all get headaches. We all get toxic headaches. And I haven't had me breakfast and I didn't have a good launch and on tired these boys do day in day. Out is just incredible. And then it's Roy Ascott. Then you've got the temperatures and then got six rides with only a half hour break in between. I can just in credit. I never forget bill when Johnny said to me that I could really feel that. That's not what he said. Heck that's all I need. Doesn't it tell you something as well? When because to be fair to Richard Hughes? There's a man who battled these demons face these demons and overcame them and did so with the help of his wife as well. He's wife is is an incredible inspiration to boss. He could have gone down a very very different path. He could've gone down very very dark path and you wonder. Is it the fact that to be jockey? First of all you need to be incredibly brave but there's that slight edge of madness to do what you're doing to be racing at those speeds and to be putting your body through that he would have known what he was doing wasn't healthy. He would have known what he was doing. Wasn't wasn't good for them. There's a famous story of jockey turning up to ride for he'd been booked for a right at the royal meeting and he turned up an hour lace in the morning and once the trainer mecham he could smell the drink awesome and he just went. Nope no way you are and how that shook him up if you want to find out who. That is a bit of research. It's not my boss. The fact that Richard is so honest about that that he went through that hell and that he went through through all of that and he didn't need all of that to be a Berlin jockey because actually once he got himself sorted he was much much better jockey and he was already good but nobody nobody road. Good luck him. Nobody could write a hold of course like him and and and it just goes to show just how difficult this this existence is upset before on the show that when I used to work in. Pob When I was in school. Didn't have a whole lot of money so I did. Two part time jobs. One of them was working in a bar and the other was working in a garage. Where I said yesterday on Twitter Cure Evans Syndrome. This thing where you know. There's all these different challenges going around saying. Yes so like your jobs. Today's and I worked. I worked in a carriage and one of our final listeners. Got In touch saying you works in a garbage. I wouldn't let you near my car. Let alone near the engine to which I replied will. I did once push unleaded petrol into a diesel engine. And My boss had to then like suck it Asia's and yeah not not not very pleasant at all for the poor fella. I don't know how allowed to keep the job by the way and keep working there. But Kevin Manning came into the public nice and he came over with it was his wife his best friend and his friend's wife and he ordered the first round and I actually had to ask him twice to be sure what he was ordering. It was point. Just mix a GIN tonic. James Coke and a hot blackcurrant back earns. You're there in the pub with your friends and all you can drink is hot blackcurrant. That's horrible. Yeah expose item in the height of his of his powers. I've been outwitted. Can't reminding and Declan Madonna springsteen Nolan peric a couple years ago and I can guarantee you this. It wasn't hot black on drinking dot night. And if you have you ever mcdonagh and Kevin Mahaney on the show. Just ask them tell us about today. You met Hector in a state because I had a golden ticket round the back to a bar and sort of fire area with the crew and celebrities and it was it was more. It was a celebrity bar. Vip But then there was another buyer. If you get me for Bruce's entourage where I could. That's where I could get my drink. And it got to the stage at Bruce springsteen and Nolan Barrack where this girl said Hector you just text me on your mobile. What you want and McDonough will verify this. I will be out the drink clear. So every forty minutes Ted every forty minutes you can see this box of Carlsberg. Come into the crowed. Everyone and makes minute then coming over to me. Tiny Thread Room. Anders White Wines for the women and and it was like it was just one of those days per techy. Mcdonald's's news acceded kept manning. An owner was there his wife and we had a great day with my Bruce Springsteen. It wasn't Blackburn's they weren't hash it was cold of cows. Get something tells me that was not during the season and Jim. Bolger was not aware of that story on. Jim Nano this height. I think it was. I don't know if I'm supposed to springsteen play Olen park or maybe it's a story that he shouldn't tear burger shouldn't here maybe. Just take out of the building. No no no no. No we're doing. We're doing this as a Joe. Rogan style live or do live so clearly you brought it I I could imagine that a hot blacker and does not just show you the what they went through for for years and years and years. There's another great pilots as well Kevin Mining. My God is a fantastic junkie. But I'm glad we mentioned Richard Gere is because he he as you say what Jockey Randy that but especially around good good and how many good horses did Richard. Hannon senior have choosy getting the job done and for Richard Hannon junior like kanter cliffs and all those great man you could see Richard use common sitting. Still how good was he? On on the power horses on slade power and solar power all the limes genius to be fair to Fi- steady job with those horses. But what if you couldn't have Johnny Murtaugh Berlin Jockey to have in your in your armory and disposal in in Richard Hughes just on a site note on solar power. It doesn't happen too often but I can i. It doesn't happen at all. It probably will never happen again. But soul power went off to open two hundred to one for the non top. Don't tell them in the buxom. No but no. He opened a two hundred to one. What was the finishing? Sp of soul power for the nonstop. I remember this vividly because I had backed star spangled banner. He was one hundred one hundred one and I know people who had oodles. Were you one of those people know. This was a story I heard Shattner Bluef- went off that wagon stay. The went wasn't swayed. I territory now I. I know it's a reliable source but he didn't go off to hundreds on. I know people who went around the rails and big on the exchange. He was a massive price. Could you imagine back in the House Oversight Orlan Sprint? Any rings that are under two one is from two hundred to one wins and on top and goes on to be such a great Soltau. What an absolute bullish and bullets in command. Who We beasts like. He beat Star spangled banner. Who won the damage? Under Johnny won the July Cup. They kept him in the UK they were going to. They're going to send him to Australia to breed eased since he had fertility issues so he came back and training briefly. But he's one of the most important stallions in the game right now who rode who wrote so apparent to win the nonstop questions for ten or God. It wasn't Richard Hughes was was it. Jockey was at Decca McDonnell. No I'll give way Lord. I think it was it was. I think I'm right now. We have to research this. I think I'm right okay. This is making me anything. This is making me things that you actually did have a few quid on the source. We're going to talk about what a great story when a harsh opens two hundred to one. You never see it anymore. We'll never see them again. Not to talk yeah. The betting landscape has has really changed in a very short space of time. Because it's not that long ago in the scheme of things that star spangled banner winning it. Roy ascott coming over from Australia and he was backed heavily yellow. Labs headed right off that day. Didn't they do a double because Germany? Sita was retired. Ladies Poker to yes. You're right and I think I had an hour. Yeah Yes yes yes I have. No I have no shame and saying back. Both of those horses star spangled banner for a long time. I remember that Roy Alaska Alaska. Those those were for some reason and isn't that one of the great things about this sport is that it's not just in this. Daljit for those were the days Alaska. Last season was brilliant and Cheltenham. Last season was Berlin to Cheltenham. This season was Berlin. This just it creates so many incredible memories that lasts with this for a very long time and that's one of the great things about this sports. Yeah I'll never forget. I was not checking for the three best mates and three degrees. I was at Cheltenham for catch it. Catch it Wynonna champion. Hurdle wasn't catch it for our whoo-hoo putting king yes. Allen King and Chuck and shocked Taunton Water playlist is Erkki up Moscow Flyer. I stood at the top of the hill for four hand has turned the corner a couple of times and fought to our. And I I was there for Wichita Lineman which is I know you can think of Barry Geraghty. There's another man God give thanks and praise. Barry Garrity is one of the greatest jockeys of all time and week. The mead man had this year after all the trials and tribulations after all the injuries to come back and everything he touched turned to gold and everything he put in the right place just came alive from. He's had a week of all weeks. But there's another meet my boss and Wichita on Champ was great Roy credible. Nobody chanted win on your podcast you nobody not on any podcast was trumped up. No I remember getting a phone call from a friend of mine who has no interest in in jumps racing. He has no interest in horse racing at all and he just happened to be over there and he rang me saying. You're a big racing fan I'm here in a lot of talk about this. Jonjo O'Neill horse okay. All right. Thanks very much. Who's which is alignment is really? Okay all right great. Thanks very much yet. Choose and the way McCoy lifted him home. No jockey other than Tony. Macaulay Thought Noble. It was one of the great stippled as you say. It's those goose bump moments and the Dan moments a the industry or is to love. I was there for her to use this. Oh there for brave INCA when Like you know I've been chatting by two or three two years but what what a what a place. What a place to come alive. And no more than a royal ascot or Goodwood Morton unbalanced role. Lobi Summers evening when you know somebody said to me. After fifteen years ago into Cheltenham somebody said Hector a two to one winner about an old as the same as a two one winner and shell them and it's a lot it's a lot easier to t- to one winner. Imbalan- role doors put. You're not going to be coming on the PODCAST and talking about whether it was this time in a handicap hurdle imbalan- robe back to or over. There was this or misprint. That back to monroe the something about backing a winner at Cheltenham or even just having a story where like how many people are going to be telling the story for years to come the Goshen and I know you were talking earlier about what makes a good point but I really thought that at an it with Ruby and Tony and especially the way to doubt where when they saw Jamie more calmer state on him and he was walking towards the parade ring at. Tony went because Toni said I know the family. Well and I know these lots of story young and I really felt a lovely moment when Tony Went Auburn Game Hog. I feel that it was the worst moment in that career. He nothing could console him but I just talked at that moment when McCoy lest dipoto gives Jamie a Hog. I felt that he was holding the whole race and community was giving him a whole can go with. We feel because you don't nothing wrong. You wasn't even your fault. That just didn't show up there at the last time. Whatever it it just didn't it was just one of those incredible moments. I was on all mankind by the way and I thought at the top of the hill that it was in image shows. 'cause I like the online kind form but Gosh Shane. My what a weapon on. How how incredible is the last hurdle at Cheltenham? Nothing gives you more drama. Not Even Hollywood movie no nothing does and even the hill the hill itself and champ the way champ managed to storm up under that man. Barry guarantee that we're talking about like he was to hundreds on Bet Fair at the second last I think he was four hundred and he was two hundred jumping the last and by the way if we were watching that race live. Now I'd say I wouldn't back no way. There's no way he gets up. There was no chance. But you can never underestimate when you're at the bottom of the hill and Cheltenham and you look up and you go. Oh my God same thing. Go Away when I hear people and I've winners and Galway over the years one tier one winner in Galway got. I owned Harskov. Steve coppell trained by Noel may written by Paul carberry. Who by the way? What a Jockey Macabre talk about? You're talking about Richard Us. A little bit of bad streak. They all have been mad streak. Paul carberry was wild in his day. Still while in his heyday put an amazing man in the saddle and I think they all have that Wall Street as we were discussing earlier. Both when somebody says to me that Katherine Jockey and that's hard and I said. Did you ever jog around? Did you ever get out on the truck at Gully will ensure them out until you go around there and walk as a or try and be and when you're down in the dip and you turn around the corner and you head for home you can't even see the winning with the rice so don't be calling Carson and so and so and don't be calling jockey that he went too soon because you have an could watch talkative? Yeah it's one hundred percent right and also we don't. That's another thing that we don't appreciate as well. And maybe because I mean I don't know of listeners. Know this I have back pain. Sorry folks so I'll do the story again but the fact that I have the that I'm dealing with the pain that I mean and it's pretty horrendous. The last few days makes me appreciate more how jockey recovers from an injury and and goes back up on a horse and rides again because like you mentioned. Karen Felony earlier on Falun was nearly killed and his career was nearly ended in that horrific fall which I think was at ash apologies if it wasn't and if it wasn't for the fact that the surgeon recognized that. Oh that's Karen failing the jockey and he took a nerve from his leg to put it into his shoulder. The man would never ridden the racehorse again like a standard surgeon would have just done basic enough job to heal him but because the surgeon realized well. That's Kieren Fallon. He went okay. Well he's got a career so he took a nerve from his leg. I believe and inserted into shoulder to replace it and I think Karen doesn't really have much feeling in that left shoulder bus. It goes to show you like these guys take easings when Ruby. Walsh one on Ken boy. Of course YOU HECTOR. You've got a twenty percent share in. Cambodia and I've got a twenty percent share in the whole country. Own skin fly. Jesus one of water but when he started waving to the crowd listen to the show. Jane gave a really great insight to that. 'cause she was on that day and it was more Robert. Dole started to break down in tears before Ted. Walsh did you know none of us knew that was going to be for Ruby Ruby. None of his new but ruby new wave to the crowd that famous wave to the crowd where he's like waving goodbye and the interview that he gave to forty afterwards saying. I'm never sitting on a resource again. That's ish and the only reason that he did was for one of the Great Gentlemen of the game will be back on the show which is a measure of the man as well. There was a piece put up by. I think was the Irish Daily Star saying Ruby Walsh Ironman and it was his face and then they basically did a skeleton them and they showed all the ball but the thing is he's not iron man he's broken all those bones and that leaves a lasting effect like he will be dealing with that for the rest of his life and that the leg brady suffered on album photo at Cheltenham. Jesus how he ever got back on Roy source again and computers. I do not know because that must have been held. That must've been horrendous stuff. They break legs in so many places they break like they pop collarbone breaking wrists breaking point you to loans. I remember Davy. Russell had a punctured lung and one on one on a Wednesday and any FBI inflated and he was black or navy writing back on the Thursday. I mean we just say these things as if we have no. We have no idea of the pain threshold of day sportsman. I don't know men and women as well for that matter because some of them are going to be living in agony for the rest of their lives and they don't have the option that I have which is to take prescribed medication that I'm given because they have to be. You're dealing with racehorse and you're traveling forty miles an hour so you're literally living on adrenaline and you're not able to eat rice. You can't just decide. I don't feel very well today. I'm going to ring the takeaway and I'm GonNa get Pizza. That story about Tony McCoy which is in his autobiography. His driver was taken to the race. Course we get a packet. Oh and he just licked the crisp to taste and put it back in the bag stop. That's that's up doesn't tear God and that's the thing about when you say someone's criticizing jockey if a jockey makes a horrendous mistake or bowl something up I think that we're entitled to analyze that and critique like we did with Jim Crowley because let's not. Let's not contradict ourselves here when it comes to very high end of of stuff and even certain cases in the lower end stuff. Ease the job of the media to assess things. But we're not calling jockey F- in Egypt and personally abusing that person you're talking about the professional situation at that time and you're analyzing that play in the very same way that you would in the Premier League or the NFL when you're talking about like a hunter literally talking through their pockets. You got that horse because many times it is the majority of Tian's whether it's to quit. Twenty two thousand and appointed losing DACAS. Normally that's nine times out of ten. It's dancing that Jockey Bruce. Absolutely schist or the horse was an obsolete. I just hate that part and parcel with the majority of people will understand the contours in the core. So maybe the grand was against them or maybe he was boxed in or maybe he feels or maybe got pushed back. A LITTLE. Bit at the rails. There's a million things that can happen in a race. I think it takes you a long long time as as as a racing fan to understand that so many things go right then when you realize so many things have to go so many things can go wrong. Especially when you own a horse and anyone who's ever had share in in the syndicate or a leg or quarterhorse will understand that so many things have to go rice so many things can go around and good days only few and far between off from the Garden at eleven o'clock at Nice after what are the varsity beaten. Short heads are dead. He's I kind of get I try and get out of my head academy and then it eases off because you know these are it's amazing sportspeople on amazing animals and it's an at the moment we're feeling because there's not an it's not there. It's there at the moment and it's a strange world at the moment. Not Having Sport I mean what is. I can't watch anymore escape to the Chateau on general. I can't there's not any. There's not an antennae. Except exce she escaped to the Chateau and all grand designs. And then to know. It's just it's a strange time with no sport. We realize I miss being on the sidelines. Watch ME PSALMS PLACE GAELIC FOOTBALL AMISS. Colton which doing for the last couple of years here and my team go away. I missed a simple things and I miss. I miss watching even racing on a when the days get longer and I mean we missed so many things. I'm just going to me. Local coffee shop yes. It's very strange times whether people blame them for being on or whatever but the Stereo phonic splayed choose to ten thousand Beagle Manchester. There was another twenty five thousand Spaniards Brin. I'm fields. You can't blame it all on nobody. Nobody knew that we wait the week. Was I only flew back into? I was living in new series for Tgi four and we traveled to Africa. I only back into Orland on the Thursday of Cheltenham. Nobody knew I only got staged at my son's ringing. They say Dad Dad. You'll never guess. School is being canceled as their noses must be getting serious so that was Thursday so you can't blame them for that and the people you continue to be another. I'm just it's just the wrong argument. It happened it was on. Let's move on with government loaded to go ahead. The government didn't instruct any policy whereby anybody who returned from Cheltenham was checked for temperature and Professor Tonio. Hulan who himself has had to be admitted hospital for over nineteen and thankfully has got knows. He's been asked about it on numerous occasions where it's certain journalists are trying to do. Gotcha and I don't know if you saw that article don't can't even call it an article. It's one of the worst pieces of journalism over so in the Times of all papers which is a publication that I have an awful lot of respect for and this guy. The headline was Cheltenham. Causes Corona virus? Chaos or something to that effect was out last week. There was not one statistical piece of evidence that he had in the article he actually referred to one user on twitter said they feel as though they have covert nineteen symptoms. Don't hooligan has said that there is nobody in the Republic of Ireland who went to Cheltenham has covered nineteen symptoms. No one has has shown symptoms having been festival now. Should it have gone the people when something like this happens? You WanNa get angry and you want to blame. You want to point the finger of blame boss. If you're going to blame racing then you better be prepared to do the same thing to football and go. Why did the Champions League go ahead? Why we're Tottenham playing. Why were playing against against political Madrid of all teams allowing three thousand fans to come in when Madrid was then quarantined the very next day. And why did the government not not close the schools for another two weeks like in Ireland? We shut down so Patrick's Day Saint Patrick's Day was the Tuesday. After Cheltenham were using. There was loads of video footage of people out. There were told by the government. Please stay inside. Don't go out. And there was all kinds of footage on social media of people in Dublin Cork. Galway getting absolutely ossified left right and center in pubs and clubs on the Friday night and Saturday night. That was the week Cheltenham. So that's thousands of people across the country. Are doing that blatantly. Disregarding a an advising an an advisement really is a life podcast folks. My mouth words are failing me. Sorry Government Advisory and the Sunday. They just had to make this extraordinary announcement where right workload. That's it if you're not going to do it will have to do it for Ya. We're closing all. The pubs are closing all of the nightclubs records and restaurants and then was it a week later the UK followed as well and now and this thing like this idea that herd immunity was going to was going to work which which was the policy that the UK had in place at the time to be fair. If you're going to blame anybody blamed the government but also remember the fact that the prime minister is in intensive care now if if if it can get the prime minister it can get anybody. This is not a virus that's picks and chooses who it's not a virus that is specific to the elderly. It's a frightening thing and Boris Johnson would have access to the best of care and the poor man is lying in intensive care that is horrific stuff and the only thing that we can do instead of pointing the finger of blame. People try and be together well being apart. This is a time where we need to be kind. This is a time where we need to be good to each other and support of of one another. Because that's the thing that's most important of all right now. I agree I agree. There's no point crying over spilt milk. I just think the images of when you see a pack of sixty thousand people thronged in. It's brilliant shots. It's it's great the classics shot of telling them when you see the practice grandstands people were going do that. Who's just damage people? Say Oh look at them. All there is so many of them there it happened. It happened but that was the week where things change so much towards the end of the week. I don't think anyone deliberately wanted to do wanted to do anything. Bad or damage ways and I just I just don't think race should have been singled out for time forgotten about now we've got to keep our distance and we've got to keep washing their hands. We've got to keep putting on a pair of gloves when you get the supermarkets you know simple things Phil Impetuous Globes. It's the simple things we gotta keep doing. And we're taking it for granted and how much hand sanitizers that we use and I'm only sanitize my hands as much as I was two weeks ago or Washington. I am washed my hands. I've Sanday but again a bit sanitizers to forget dose the Globes in builds in the supermarket I think is one of the major on the trolleys and on your basket and all that sort of stuff. We have to keep those simple things going. And because we're we're there's no. There's no idea this could go on for another ten weeks where we're at twenty six days into it now and it's just a very strange situation for everyone so we don't need to be put in different ways. We just need to pull together on this slowly. But surely we're GONNA get through this and there's no point saying that anything was to blame. Please God we will pull through it and we'll get together and it's amazing. I'm blown away by the amount of frontline workers who've been in touch with the podcast to say how much they're joined the show and that it's keeping them going and like we're just talking. That's all we're doing. We're just having the crack and talking and hopefully were some way informative. Well definitely we are. When we've got Sarah Lynam and Barry Faulkner in Stafford talking flat season coming up on Thursday show. I'm looking forward to that. But you know this this show in particular if it was an important one to do. Because there's there's a lot of your one of the funniest people know and just it's it's important for us to be able to take people's mind off. I know we're talking about it now but you cannot hector. You can't not talk about a global pandemic that is causing chaos. And it's look please got everybody's okay. I'm very very concerned about my mother. We got great news back in January. That mom's cancer clear put. She's she's she's wonderful. She's into vulnerable position and literally. I can't let those without just going around the garden. I can't I can't go a town and she wants to and thank God. She's fit enough to be able to go and do all of that. But you just have to make sure that that you're keep an eye on things and reminding yourself as well as you say. Wash your hands and all that Malarkey push my poor aunt my anti over in the UK. They've they've implemented this system whereby it's some kind of quarantine restriction so. She has to be in her house on her own. And nobody can go in and All we can do is just ringer and I'm beyond the phone to her. Because it's breaking her heart and people like that. I feel sorry for of mentioned Rachel. And the PODCAST. Before and I'll mention again Rachel calendar sending out that tweet about how she was watching. Bbc's the one show and how it was nice to see families doing things together on videos that they're sending in she was on her own. And yes I saw that on social media and saying like per se on my own this year and is there anything any ideas or any suggestions that you can put forward for things to do. Read that and it's just heartbreaking. It really is but then you see the great things you have to admit the humor of people on social media that twitter honest remember especially twitter. And I'm a great fan of twitter. I've been on it for years. I love. I love the twitter people. I just I follow people that. Give me inspiration positively and make me laugh. Don't follow people at Your Behavior Star Hotel with this. I just can't handle that on here. I'm I'm Italian restaurant on my knee. That's bollocks and just like twitter for what it is but there's there's some great humor maitre on twitter. I mean the. There's some brilliant stuff commonalities some great videos. Video of the five lads doppler gone into a pub for the first time. Did you see this? No didn't send it to you later. It's just like every Sunday link will link up on this but it's as we say we used to link between course it's just put it up there and facebook today. I Hector IRA yesterday. Five Dublin Lads. It's supposed to be a dream. Time states where they go to a pub. They're afraid to go. And it's like something after zombies and they're up to the door and then he goes. It's okay come on. You can come in. And they're like oh no no no so they go in and they finally get a point. But it's just really good stuff out there at the moment that I think there's a lot of positive stuff for finally commented on social media humorous stuff and important stuff and an and soothing stuff and nice things being said on twitter instead of that vitriol. Bitch or trolling type of stuff. Nastiness I mean I think there is some some some some funny stuff as well. Coming out on that were you. Obviously you said yesterday. Don't check Your Power. Or don't check your. What did you say screen time? You're screaming Lord. Jesus Christ. Could you imagine? Was IT Open? Seventeen hours one hundred and sixty three percent. These is Christ and I asked. I said Siri turn off screen time. No she went all how nine thousand on me. She wouldn't comply the is taken over. There was how much tier we drinking tea. Are we drinking? How much coffee. How many Fox's fruits amazing how much brand bread is made I forget about everything? Forget about sports and Bacon and cabbage and all that brand breads homemade soda. Bread is keeping the country going to it. There's Bacon Baking Bacon true story. I went up to the supermarket the other day and I have to say that in my town into Kenny. Everybody is adhering to the social distancing and everyone's being so lovely and the like I don't know how the staff in the supermarket or doing what they're doing because like they're in their day in day out now they do have the glass shields and all that kind of stuff but still like it's got to be tough to in that and you're still having queries for people as well of course of its stuff but I went up to guess baking equipment so is getting like flour baking soda whatever else. They're gone abyss to be Gosh. All of a massive run on baking soda flour and whatever else it is a notion baked to save my life all gone past shoulder. Caster sugar gone notice not a bishop's an asked lungs autumn's self raising flour gone gone and actually took a photograph to prove that. I wasn't just like walking around like an idiot. Not known normally what I do not not having a clue what's going on but actually asked the manager and electron safe distances. I'm really sorry we don't have finished you. That's not your fault. Don't worry about it. These like no look. People are getting anxious about and we don't have a common in next week either. Sta massive shares through the roof. If you've got shares in toilet roll hand sanitizer and flower. You must be rolling in doe pardon the PUN. You must be living baller lifestyle right now just as a little bit of information. There are two companies in Ireland. Making toilet paper. There's one in Dublin nor candy and there's one in slain and county. Their production is up four thousand percent week on the week on us. Keep us an also one of ourselves. Didn't we there for a couple of toilet coming time many toilet? We'll see you need to buy but now now I know that the supermarkets so much toilet lower that they have enough clairol to do the whole of Ireland ten times over til next Christmas months. I mean we. There's nothing my father Lord's rest of us to teach us about the power of a dock leaf now not many people who know what do you do know what a talk leaf is. What's to talk? Leave here? The country the country people on this show will realize that. I'm talking about doc. If it's a large leaf that grows in fields all over the country. It was a lot more prolific. It's a large Osorio ear like ear. Like if you get a sting from a nettle Ilian robot doc leads to it would he would like ease the pain straightaway. Yes would it is as well and this is as well and natural toilet paper when you are stranded way off like years ago. When I was younger we'd be off in the fields down the field for Arizona time. Would whatever messing chestnuts? Fighton GonNa fish minnows doing all the central stuff. If you're caught with no Jacksonville. We didn't always have a small packet of handkerchiefs in our pockets. But a ductless could do the job perfectly so things can really really really bad. Just find your local adoptive. There's an image for you folks. Hector doing his business and then using the dock leaf back in the new type toilet roll. That is a hint of natural chocolate. Just duck leave in a bag. You just take dot believes in the clogging up your toilets. Maybe that's maybe that's where they got the idea for the world's greatest antiseptic cream. The world's greatest cream vented pseudo cran not pseudo cream apologised label. Ms Pseudo Cram. Did here There was a new ad campaign today. Saying that it's based on an Irish name for what does it mean? Btv The one who speaks fluent Irish. I think it was like something like natural. Care somebody that it's what it tries to. Yeah they're saying that the name is based is based on an Irish name. I never heard the word pseudo Australia. But I'll tell you one thing after my after when you go to Cheltenham year-on-year I bring my backpack. I bring my not by Saadane. Mike Gaviscon on. I'd have a tube of pseudo cream just after a boy at the Thursday when the whole of fire eating curry and drinking John Smith's week and Stella on your rotten and your putrid and your insights are are in bits. And you know you've gotTa Parana Seuss and you still got another two days to. Do you have to wake up in your shoes that you put on the morning the day before? And you've got to go again and you're going into the toy feeding the bits quality three three good fingers of pseudo a good dose of pseudo. Graham will ease will ease the ring fire. And we'll get you a little bit squeegee as you walk. In through the centre part you will feel resolved. So Hector's walk in a bit phony on the Thursday of Cheltenham Twenty Twenty one. Now you know why now tell you even better story that you won't believe for few years. When I was in working party power bookmakers. They were young. They were wasn't so much online stuff they were opening knows a shops and I was doing a lot of workflow tidy power and Jerry. Jerry Ryan was the broadcast. Would've arden's great broadcasters about seven years of this morning phone call live on Nash? Berkeley's I remember. I remember that live live from Cheltenham on the line live lives the next morning today after. Hector you're there in the Monday your day on a Tuesday. I used to have people like Nina carberry coming on the first winner she ever heard of debris we'd have like the owner lab earnhardt. Who use this? I'll be talking to Dennis Regan after win on an industry or Ruby. Walsh and Jerry was love Anderson it also the stories of well. What did you do last night and said Jerry? I haven't be debated yet we went here. We went there and we ended up this place and of course he loved more to botch stories and then he says how do you survive actor when I said you know what I've got all my gas gone. I've got myself name but I brought my pseudo green. Because of a little bit delicate down there and he goes you did not bring a pot of pseudo cream secreted. Cheltenham and I said I did now. We were raising money for a children's charity and the jockeys he I ten thousand are eight. Five thousand CIARDI bats all that week and then Totti are raising money for Great Causes Jeri Ryan said to me if you can guess that part of pseudo cream on channel four later in the day and and verify somewhere can you get. Can you show me and I said Jerry you need me so I said well you double double the money piety powerful. I can do this and he said you walk away so I went back and I got this. This is not ally. I went back to the playoffs stain. Which wasn't too far an from Cheltenham itself. Lydia slop with staying in the same place by the way is in a very nice to do allow Lydia and I got. Natasha came back in John. Correct Lord restaurant was on Channel Four. Do all this stuff and it used to be at the top of the stands at the first rail bookmakers and I knew he'd be there at the start at the start of each channel four broadcast and this is where this is like. We have to find this. He stared down okay. And that's the branding air on the first straight-set stay place on the third day Blah Blah Blah. Sixty four or five and jen over. His shoulder comes pops up apart of pseudo care for just for a split second just for a split second and then it's gone again. I'm elise often thinking to myself. Imagine if you were in a pub in Ireland and you've heard the radio that morning and then you said a wonderful hector turn up on Channel Four. And there's John McCormack tuna stalls and up over. His tweet is tweeted right shoulder. Pops a puck apart of pseudo grab for all the Irish whole life. Well it was one of the great jerry sauce and went channel four and I think we double the money and we got twelve grand that we move into Charlie and you know just just one of those things I think I am. I did he. Did he happen to turn around to you and go bury yourself your fool? No I don't I don't like it happened so quick. You couldn't you couldn't let it stay there. It just happened to his one of those classic moments. Get in get it all on television. I'm gone racing tales. Listen to the show in the very good. I know there's a number of twitter accounts that are doing like old school races. If racing tails can find that footage I put it up. That would be absolute gold talking about two thousand and Best Mate Years. Two Thousand and four. I should be getting sick. So it would have been before the triumph fertile. I take could have been like on the Thursday. You don't take the remote on the first day. 'cause you feel in the million dollars it's only after having it's only after drinking it's like I used to come back from. This is no word of a lie lack myself into carriage and talk to the ride on Lawnmower. I would be in tatters. Be Jumping in the bed. Ridden so you'll be ready talking to. I mean back salute often lock garden shed and sit on the right alarm or just talking before before we started doing the broadcasting or some would call it spoofing. I go to go to Cheltenham on the Tuesday and Wednesday or we'd come back that that day and then go straight to berries and Douglas and watch the racing for the rest of the day. No work being done. We all took weeks holidays and literally every single be there two days in Cheltenham two days in the pub one one or the other and loved it so my favorite memories are doing that. It's just absolutely but I prefer doing what I'm doing now. Obviously but we'd be on from from the second the second the first POB opened on day. Three as we're home from having been there for day one were Joson myself and they were all straight in and then his dad and their friends they join us then for Gold Cup Day and we all us you did. You did the press pre-cup for a couple of years the Arslan Count COMTE and yeah. I was trying to break up the bed break up and it was funny. That was my first introduction to rich Ritchie and he was involved with that. Bryce and I did it for two years. Chuck Taunton has an English captain and then a holiday he felt on the second year. Wide Whitewashed Whitewashed. Each time we want. We want to buy land. Here's a great story BOCCIA listeners. Know we're getting my style at the year was the year Johnny. Marta Road Are Hurdle Horse Golden Cross in the stairs and the stairs and Mikhail for trained. And what year was that was the two thousand and as I think you could be right around that time Janis. Marquette was about to ride in a hurdle race for Nick Howard on on a really well fancied horse called Golden Cross. He was beaten by a Harskov. My way to solve an trained by Alan King. Ridden by Chalk Taunton short head in and the Golden Cross had got injured one of his one of his eighty themselves on the way up the run in a hundred yards from the line potatoes or kipness four and he had a gash in his leg. That needed stitches. After and Johnny was beaten a short head. I really think in such a good way goes I thought Johnny but then we found out my goal across random blind or even though we he had called himself on the way up to the finish boss that was under Thursday. Cast your mind back to the Tuesday. It's after racing on the first day at Cheltenham on having a couple of fifties. Johnny Murtagh and Conroy. Dwyer Johnny wasn't Johnny wasn't conroe. Joya was having a couple of Swift Dan. Connor meet meet. Most Morris was still writing this point. Was He retired in around time? Oh sorry he had because two thousand three two thousand three two thousand and four so yeah. This was got year. It's two thousand six sexually this year after he's retired. Yeah whatever you might way to solve them harder race. But I'll tell ya what now when I go to the next race but most Marris legendary character. Great character he was born and raised in sprinkling Kennedy go away. He knows I'm GonNa go where we know each other from only fools and we got to know each other and went for a couple of drinks at the course and then and then McCaffrey comes along and he says come on we go up and check so we walked up to me clumber. O'dwyer Mick Harford Johnny Murtagh on most Morris at six o'clock on the seven o'clock on the Tuesday evening and we went up to check on Golden Cross. Who was running later on that weekend. Macari was in great shape and Blah. And then come road wire says let's go Martinho. Swear we go. We gotTA taxi up to the decrease bottom. Are The saggy Baltimore that some some sort of legendary pub. That's up to the left about five miles from Cheltenham. I don't I can't remember at this stage because I spent four hours in there with most Morris and Michael Ford and Conrad Dwyer Johnny when told that it was just me conor O'Dwyer and most and then at about three in the morning. It was only me and knows Morris in a taxi and and my most is dropping. Meet hold and we absolutely bombed. We were liners and we had such a good. And I never forget. Most chain-smoking chain smoking in. The taxi. Chain-smoking all the time and as I left the taxi at about half three in the morning in Cheltenham he says to me you know. I win the Gold Cup on on Friday. You know I'm going to win at Hector. I said how glorious he could form most and he says actor he's never been bear. We link the goal and he wins the Gold Cup. Please tell me about him. Back God's Patricia. I felt the taxi and most was. We were bananas that it was such a great evening and then he told me I will win the Gold Cup on Thursday war of with fishing. I remember class by the way I remember being in. Barry's pub. Barry's Paul and Sudha cream should be paying as an awful lot of sponsorship money by the way for this. Let's I remember being in in berries pub dot year on the Gulf Cup Day and Joss was with me and two of my best friends had just moved back from the UK. Jerry Kelly and column Kylie and column would be mad into racing like me whereas juror. Who's my housemate down? Cork he had zero interest in racing and he would only ever watch it too. If I'm all in he'll just go how he'll send me the father. Ted Message getting the telly like. That's that's that's all that's all he does. The the only reason watches that and he'd said that he'd never won a bashing life. And the lads have been saving up loads of money for ages and they turned to me and said right who we putting this money on. Are you sure you want to be better than this? No no yeah yeah. This is drinking money like we're just we're going to go for you know we're we're working anyway. It's alright so let's do the double blackjack Ketchum to win the all my word challenge you. O.`NEIL YEAR LIKE JACK. Catch him to win the race. Albert list. In a double war of attrition and I remember days I remember clearly saint to me. Are you sure sure we shouldn't be going with beeper salmon? I went no organization. Should be favors and celebrate. I've never seen walking double pay. I can't remember blackjack etching with short. And often he was eleven to ten and was war of attrition. Eight to one something like that. That's the celebration was unbelievable. We just Gosh are certified. It was one of those one of those days that solidifies a friendship. You know that makes it. Even that makes the bond even stronger and we couldn't really do any wrong that day. It was one of those days as well. It's just like everything that we seem to touch. Just just pointing the jurors face. 'cause he'd he'd never won a best news life and he's face. When War of attrition got up and I remember potty barry a very good friend of mine's Valley's living in in Canada now with these lovely wife. Amanda and his two kids and Patty was there too and Patty was talking about how I was. Shaking as war of attrition came over the last was some crack head. Hunter was second. Wasn't he allow Berlin and I remember. I remember I'm supposed to but again we started this whole conversation. Saying how did you feel when you went into the harsh ways of making a TV show by them but it was quick because of only those horses and then hanging with hector? The I was now a new all these stars racing and that I could walk. I could have a drink with these boys after racing and Cheltenham and then walk up. Walk up the hill. What was on the course? With Johnny Morton Cowherd Conor O'Dwyer and most Morris and I was in I was in with these guys it was just like it was being given the keys to this great to these people and I'm so glad that a got to know them over the years and they enjoy my shoulders and they enjoyed especially where only fools by horses did for horseracing because it was never on mainstream TV and art and before that we had a soap opera based around a horse. And the way I broke down the barriers and Boundaries and barriers that you didn't have to have a helicopter. I'll be multimillionaire to own a horse and about a harsh regime to quit and I had a a prime time series on national. Tv about him. But you know just the way you're describing it and then having to double and Conroe Dwyer winning the gold copen. I'm from Colorado. My I could undergo couples Adrian. Maguire when he went on on cool caused on age cooled knuckled on. Was it down. So and then Adrian a Conrad wire one on a harsh for Timmy. Hyde a copiers before that. Oh yes imperial king. That's the one no no. Yeah imperial. Didn't want to go. It sounds like we're talking about one thousand nine hundred forty six now at this city back in one thousand nine do cheeses anyway but yeah. Well don't on the job. Black Jack Ketchum some crack. It was just. It was just like at that point. I was just a racing fan. I had interviews conor O'Dwyer and by the way what an absolute gentleman connery's and Ruby Walsh and Henry as she was over in Cork for Cheltenham preview with the late Terry them and to absolute legends. Barry Garissa was there as well and unbelievably kind to me. It was all happened by accident because I was just. There was delighted to be in the press room. I wasn't meant to be You know I got an invite in there and then the guy who was supposed to do interviews couldn't make it. He got tied up so the producer turned to me and said well. I don't know anything about racing. So you do watch. No no no and and it turned out that Most of the reporters. They didn't know anything about racing as well. So they just put their microphones into my questions and friends of mine. Were getting onto me saying I didn't know you were working for FM one. Oh four and Dublin. I didn't know you were working for wwl. Fm I'm not it going on but my voice was on those interviews because they the the guys just this is great. This guy can do it for us. And they were all so lovely and open and having the crack and that's one of the things I love about racing is just how accessible it is and how you can get to talk to these talk to these greats of the game which you don't get that in football the series. Let's talk about that. So because that's we can watch it on. Youtube. I've a great memory this show so give me an idea. How did the whole show of only fools by horses come about kind of downplayed it that really did transcend the sports that brought viewers who didn't follow racing into primetime or t coverage? There was no net flicks. There was no Amazon. It was definitely the time where you would be channel surfing. And here's this show primetime on. Rt all about racing. How did the whole thing come about? I suppose when I started out in TV. I I don't a couple of shows a nose back on the Dole. I've done shows for teenage television ago yet. The station has started in ninety six. Then I did a few years two years during a kids show on TV three when that started nine thousand nine hundred eighty s and then around two thousand. I started traveling for. Td Car on the show. That I still do now. Twenty years later tribal the world's not car but it was about following Irish people strange jobs around the world and then it sort of morphed into where I am now with that show on T. car trouble series but in the meantime Dannebrog thousand two I knew a guy in Galway Cork Maloney who is buying and Horses and having success and I got to do him to my love this new car and being in a snooker or hall and talk to Him and and then he started talking to some of the horses he owned and how much you paid for my said utility. You can buy a horse seventeen hundred quid and win a race. Can you telling me you can buy a horse for two thousand four hundred six underdog to this is if you're lucky and I said wow that's interesting. Here's your training popular. And then we met an pitched him the idea and fairplay to popular and at the time in two thousand and two. I said this is the idea I have. Who Can I met him in in in in Enrico Ormoc in County Waterford at the stables and Bolongaro racy staples he sent her. The idea then went away and wrote the idea and a pitched Rt. They liked the idea and the rest is history that we got the go-ahead to make six half hours in the series and the whole premise was that I was going to buy a cheap race. I had two thousand pounds budget. And we were GONNA buy a racehorse get my colours flying a winner and we took it from there really. We went to new market for training sale on. I never forget. We were there for two days. Solid five hundred thirty two lots and at about five twenty-nine to lock five to nine. Can you imagine we're there for two days and two nights at the horses and Tran Ending Sale? We'd bid on a few and their way out of our budget seven grand ten grand. There's free horses left in the catalog one. I think I think traverse came from Milton Bradley. He rammed through Iran third nothing with Johnny on his back over over a trip and then and then he was put up for sale. Nelson Bradley was the trainer. Not Mistaken. Okay here we go. The final layer that on five five five two nine five to there was nobody left in the place right. There's me impactful. In an a camera. Crew were standing there and passes like what did he and I said. I don't know at this stage. Take ANYTHING WE'VE GOTTA go back with a heart. I don't particularly just Cagey Ida. Okay we start the air not to traverse third it owning a thousand one fifty and fifteen hundred. No any front thousand now and you'll see some fifty seven fifty. Don't know from five hundred know anyone opened the bidding at two hundred fifty pounds and then Tomlin's hand aboard away and then we bought him for seven hundred guineas. I think it was. I was never so happy that we had bought a horse. He had a tale. He had a head he had four legs. I couldn't give a shit. He was a horse and he was coming back to Ireland. So we went round the back live on camera. It's on the show and the girl starts crying she's there. Oh my buddy be as I said. Tell me and she say he's not implying. I said look. I gave her fifty queens. And I said there's been a look here. We'll mind he's going to be the start of our show. Thank you very much and then I just held the harsh myself and I went. You don't know what's about to happen. I am going to take such good care. You you're GONNA be a superstar and then we brought him over. He stayed in the air just off the Corre. He stayed in a yard just off the coral when he arrived in from England. He was there for two days. Then we got him down to Lynn's then I got my colors than we fattened up and then we we just minded them and we got him stronger and we tried to handicap them. We're getting them. Handicapped way brought him to go away to run over a mile and two. He's a fly far long springs. I didn't know too much about that but I'll tell you one thing it's so funny and impact Alina standing in the in the stands and I won't tops. Can you see him? Hector all right. The RUB is all it all here. We're ready to go on their off and we're off and it's an I'm looking into a drunken back a little bit. And then he'd finished way back and go. That was an all right one. Hector that wasn't bodrum long story short. We made the series. The harsh worn twice for us. He warned him. Balan rolled over pfeiffer lungs. Johnny mortar rang me and balance the wrong. We started with Jani early in the conversation. He was writing the goriest would he was writing group. One winners left right and center and he ran me and he said we just heard that we've heard in the CIA in the room all the jockeys heritage your one so it could hear a big roar of the Irish jockeys over there said wild on and all this and then three weeks later down Royal Alec. Teigen's Snooka player live on camera with a load of his body is a few beers at the time and he says to me. Will Not Horse Win actor? I said Alex he went. Danny Danny grant was like a BMW looking through his legs at Ford fiestas. It was all over in down Roy. We couldn't fit the money in our pockets and he won't twice on the camera. I it was just an incredible journey. An incredible journey to leg up Johnny Murtagh on my arson Navin. Johnny Johnny was central. This guy is awesome shoulders this because nobody had ever seen at a TV show like it where it was me. It was like a soap opera. All my hoss. And here's another anecdote about the series. I got a handwritten letter from J P McManus about a year later saying I've just finished the whole show. Can I just say what an amazing show for TV and well done for horse racing and a good spotlights and he sent me? A Gold is to break fountain pen in a box. Solid gold. I TAKE IT IS I. I'm pretty sure it's very heavy. And he won't hand letter from Martin's town in County Limerick then. I got a lovely letter for Michael O'Leary while he stayed on and I have I have I have the letter. And he said first of all. I'd like to congratulate you on one of the best shows ever made about horse racing. It's about time somebody did a positive brilliant funny irreverent. Look at the Great Sport and remember. This is two thousand and three Mike. Just starting off with gigs down. And he said and it's brilliant on the Ryanair paper said never in my wildest dreams. Have I ever seen such a job? Handicapping horse on front of the nation. How he got away. I never know. But congratulations Michael. O'leary Ryanair Brilliant. Classic dot is brilliant so you had the two governors personally getting in touch with the governors of Irish racing and I said he started of this conversation. Monagas just delighted that I was in the sport that I know everybody knew me now. Everybody liked what I was doing on a pig in shit child in the sweetshop but then. Kp is writing to me and Michael. O'leary he's writing to me and every jockey knows me and I was just loving it because I really love the sport and I really love the people connected with the sport because they are great people. They really are and look everybody. There's there are certain people who aren't grace but there are third. This sport is filled with so many characters. And it's filled with so many genuine wine kind decent people who love their horses and who are up for the crack and their well able to talk for themselves and they're just good fun and they're grateful to be around and they're nice people to be around and that goes for the broadcasting side of things and it goes for the industry as well and the trainers that were very lucky to get to talk to on the podcast and that's one of the things that's kind of blows me away is is the access for one thing but also just how open People can be on the show like the day that Irish racing was was shut down. I was supposed to release the podcast that night the night before and something had gone into me and made me stop and it was on. Uk Radio Covering Claw Mel and then. The news broke on. Sarah had been on the show with the Sarah Line and then I got in touch with her and said would you mind redoing the intro and I I actually recorded it that way. I said look. This is unprecedented times. Let's go behind the fourth wall. Sara what's your reaction to us and she made. She made the time to do it like she went out of her way to make the time to. Redo the twenty minute opening to the show and give her reaction to that. And that's the thing that you find. Is that people are so kind. And they're so Engaging and they also understand that the fan base is incredibly important and they're quite open to to fans and they're willing to. They're happy to shake your hand. Happy to take a photograph with whoever it is. That's coming over to them. The vast majority are and that's brilliant. That is just fantastic. And when you meet people like Graham Wylie. Who's one of the nicest men you could ever? And broadcasters like Ed Sean Boyce I mean Boise should get a knighthood for his talent for one thing and secondly for just how how decent and kind of people. And that's one of the great things about the game is one of the things you just you. Have you have to admire all of that but that that show was incredibly important? I will say a couple of things about at first of all I did wonder was it for TV effect that you were down to like the last horse so we no no no no no. Because we don't need to grand we were prepared to spend two thousand guineas we had we had will walk and you buy you know what we were just does nothing there. We will get no better. It was data and listen. We had to leave there with horse slave to nine. He was reverse. I mean He. You know all horses do all horses out today. What percentage of horses will never in the race and cut? Something did PAT tournaments. I doubt yes he did was he. Compete me spoilt. And what did he train them to the last minute? Yes did we pick the right raises for him and five furlongs over developed over on the right groundwood? Everything had same but if you tried to do that again when a million great and you give me a million for only a Hulas by two we might never ever get a winner but it was five to nine for us. It was just brilliant. It was just brilliant away. It worked out over there and I started the whole show in Smithfield harsh markets asking the Lord of Gypsies and travellers are smaller. Remember that started the whole show at a harsh marcus. It like the likes Obama slow but it was smithfield before was closed down where I said. I'm going to buy a car. Slides wildfire starts. Now when you buy one there but I wanted to go into the heart of world and I think people people came with me on. Nash and I wanted to bring people into horse races. I wanted to bring people who are never into horserace into show because you will have the die. Hards in the sports fans watching horse races shows. Whatever does so I wanted to bring a new audience. Eight unto me to come on after the nine o'clock news on national. Tv On in our that back in the day about horse racing was that never happened. Maybe maybe now what I look at the bay. I've paved the way for job. Jump Jockeys and junk all documentaries. The brilliant young girls all talk of May be made about horseracing and we've opened up the doors of horseracing because why didn't do that show. I wouldn't on my hanging Hector Johnny Morton two years later and then. I wouldn't have done the finale of two years of hanging jar where I went down to. Aidan. O'brien in ballydoyle. I watched the sort of the greatest horses in the world working together. He said he called forbid at breakfast on his kitchen. With Johnny Murtagh after working. Lots Joseph O'Brien fifteen years of age is sitting there as well. We're having a ball porridge. And then Johnny Goes Aiden. Hector's got an idea for a TV. Show where you hear this and then. Aids Guan. I'm all ears and I said I want to do an hour special with you. I follow your horses from here from this village in temporary all the way to the Breeders Cup because I want to show people that it's not just the Ryder Cup where America takes on the best of Europe and the best of the work. I want to show people that twenty five million dollars on offer over two days with the best race in the world and it's from Ireland that these horses Oklahoma trump to take on the mighty Americans and he said sounds like a good idea. I think we do. I got into the car and I rang my wife and I said I can't believe it was as if I can clinched a major business deal I said ain't no. Brian is just said. Yeah. He'll do whatever we want. I mean he sent in the access all areas and again. I said like a pig in shows. I was like a kid in this. This is believable. I was high as a kite driving back to go away. Aidan O'Brien has given me access all areas for six months to go in and do whatever you want. I said to him that more than one. We are having porridge. I said on one condition aid because I know what to work on this. Tv show. Can we get on the plane with the horses all the way to California and he said Hector no problem? You and your cameraman whatever you want to do. And the rest is history. And my what a great year when I think back on that and getting on that plane slept between Juku Marmalade and Henry didn't have Agadir on a twelve hour flight from Shannon to lax. I WANNA get into that show with you in a second because I love that documentary for one thing and there are. There are some great stories to be told but. I think that first of all the colors that you got for traverse for the jockeys to wear more red Kozlova pink and yellow yellow yellow with pink polka DOTS horrific. I wanted to see him on this. I wanted to see him. Well wanted to see calm. You could see them from space I do. I do suspect though that rich richie took some kind of inspiration for his colors from you. Because they're like a Leech always said that I gave rich. I gave rich a copy on that day. When I was doing back bright he had heard about it sort of and then I gave copies ash and so hopefully watched us. Who would have ever thought that? Cerise pink with some lime. Green spots would be written to such great effect ranch out in the Moran Plant Japan over the years on believable stuff so genuinely was inspiration for Ritchie. That's interesting winning. I never want when it came to the end of only by horses which averse first of all. How much did it mean to you? The horse born like would it was. Was it an essential thing for you that that he would win a race. We ever really expecting him to do is wait. No because when you're hanging around animal and we were living in the character towel we spent. I'd say eight minutes about year on and off. We were six seven days Montana days. Living in the Carrico we were drinking in a place called. Kunis across the world we were drinking and Gourmet in Maldives public pat plan. We were up to the stables. Every day we got to know the crew everyday. Martin ended dry very wet went to traverse one year old and I committed to the parade ring and we celebrated live on camera. And then I ran. Ran The back to congratulate one of the traveling. Girls And and then to give Martin. The driver of the truck was driving from for over twenty years because I was near in tears and I turned around on the common. I said you know what it means so much. He's Today but I'm so delighted that these people who got him up this morning and got them ready and got on that truck and drove from Balan Garrison Stables in County Waterford all the way to Bilan old four and a half hours. I'm coaching roads and won't come back to two o'clock tomorrow morning. I've sold glad that that I'm with these days but these people these are the people who do all the hard work. The normal decent people behind turning out to the heart center raises the ones that are out in the yard. Get ready and get them home safe and sound and stopping at the chip on the way home and getting home at eleven twelve o'clock at night so it was it was it was very emotional and it was emotional. Because even when I'm thinking about and I know I have the photos in an office and I'm looking at them that Sean cleary. Will Rhode might hoste victory and within a matter of weeks after winning on traverse? Sean cleary died tragically in Bali Brash on the racecourse in Galway when he kills at forty kilometers an hour on rock-hard ground and unfortunately he didn't survive the fall and his girlfriend was pregnant at the time. And I will never forget and never forget. My color is being on his coffin. At a at the at the at the funeral they put a mic colors. Shawn's comfort and that's what holidays and community came out in full slice and in full flow to honor such a an amazing jockey and think of the Great Times. We had three weeks before that and then three weeks later in Wisconsin. I just incredible emotional even talking about now I am. Yeah because I know rory I know his father and the nicest family that you have. Can you explain that? A young guy so young at the height of his power one of the best young talents on the flat seen in Ireland could lose his life so tragically and Karen. Kelly was last year in Tim's last year and it was a terrible year for Irish race contrast the boat. When I when I think of Sean cleary and that we see rory writing for Jim Bolger I think of the cleary family. What a lovely quiet. Unassuming country hardworking racing in family. And I will never forget the sadness that we we had on that day and I will never forget the way. Nicholson and all the greats. Where there and we were all came together there and I was. I was so proud that they put a white colors and traverses colors on the coffin that day and it goes to show you what it meant to him as well that he was the one who partnered him to victory. Because you only you only just did it only got up ahead robe and he came up and when you when you guys finish the series I do remember. I actually remember shedding a tear and I don't really do that too often. It does tend to be with racing though when I do cry the you when you ended the series you pay tribute to show on and you put a photograph of him up just after winning on traverse in your colors and the smile on his face and how much obviously meant to them because not only for him winning a race winning a race for a TV show that he knows is going to be on primetime and getting on so well with you and getting on with horrible. You know and you know He. He his girlfriend who was pregnant at the time and then we had a fundraiser. As we set up a trust fund for his he's shutting boy or girl. I'm not sure but I remember doing a fundraiser. In the kidney shade and with all all the horse racing fraternity and they turned their hundreds. And then rory comes along and worry becomes a jockey and dad and you know just such a nice family and it was a tragedy and we spoke about it earlier on these guys we spoke by Richard Jews we spoke with McCain and we spoke about Johnny mortars and Karen Violence but at the end of the day as well. They're all they're all caught the same cloth and they're they're not they're not invincible and they're not unbreakable unfortunately that day on a on a higher ground on a summer's Day. Flying Around Sean Cook. It then got kicked in our never survived so touches shows you. What an amazing sport. Today's and amazing people mazing people an jockeys. We have to give them the height of respect. That's what I say. An awful lot on the show is that Y- you genuinely don't realize that that's what I was. Reference referencing with the pain that jockeys are in but they are legitimately risking their lives when you hear about the the work writer accents tragedy. That's happened in the UK a few times not often but it has happened put in Australia. There's been horrific accidents in justice pieces of work where jockeys have lost their lives or work. Writers have lost their lives. And it's it's absolutely horrendous. I think that that again is something that gets forgotten about. Because it's awful if a racehorse loses their life. It's that's absolutely horrendous. But when a human life is taken in sports of all their dream of doing what they love and and it's the ultimate sacrifice there's not there's no words there's nothing you can say. It's just horrendous. And Fair to you from the fundraisers yeah and and look those are the trials and tribulations you good days and the bodies but like speaking of opening doors like it was only let me have by hector. We did three or four years of that and I didn't Johnny Murtagh Dan door. That opened tip to the Aidan. O'brien show to to to go from. A to go from being newmarket buying a five hundred or eight hundred Guinea to then be down in ballydoyle where the greatest trainer of them all in the greatest stable of them all gives me access all areas green light. He said Hector. You can do whatever you want to do and I was like wow. This is just so there's all it was just. It was just an amazing amazing Phelan than and to spend eight months in Baladora preparing horses for the Breeders Cup. Which Johnny John? Joseph O'Brien imagined Joseph still all the school so Joseph will be there roydon these potential horses in April that could be winning Darby in February and March when we were there and he's traveling at forty miles. An hour and I'm in the cheek would aid. We're on walkie talkie he's talking into how is he feeling? Joseph Joseph Given a whiff tournament all day. So we're we're bombing alarm and the horses still in the Bro. And then he comes in has a bowl of porridge and then he goes to do school and he goes off to do math class or geography or something so no wonder he wants to become a jockey straightaway. How can you come down at seven in the morning? Doing something like that to go into math class. I'd have nine is incredible and then this Joel's turban into such a great such a great trainer and such such such a nice lad none the more donnecker the more the whole family but they were only teenagers when I was down there with them. And it's amazing the way they've turned out and the fact that Sarah. And Amy have been jockeys as well and obviously. Amy had that horrific injury. I was working at the time for Cork's ninety six. Fm and the the helicopter flew over the station. On on the way down to see you h I think at the time they had to land in a field they they. Here's the Irish government for you. They redeveloped the Cork University Hospital which had a landing pad and did this. Multimillion POUND REVAMP Office would know helicopter landing pad genius absolute genius so they had to land the helicopter and field. They've rectified that since Bush. She got the best of care. You couldn't remember meeting your Cheltenham. She's still incredibly lucky. But it wouldn't be worth risking but the fact that amy and Sarah pursued careers racing that donnecker became such a fantastic jockey multiple classic winner in Irish champion Jockey. Joseph in Irish champion Jockey multiple classic winners of the first to go and win at the Breeders Cup as well don't go then going emulate those but the key thing about them is just how nice they are that. They're incredibly hard working they are Joseph. O'brien is one of the hardest working men of Mesh and it's very very easy to look at that from the outside and go Privilege Everything's handed to them. It's they're so nice. They're so decent and they're so hard working and that comes from it has to come from their own personalities but it also comes from from how they're raised about. How the nun Marie and still goodness into them absolutely absolutely Josephus downtown guy. But he has the ammunition as well from. What do they say? An answer? Breeden has worked at China feeding great goods. That's really close. So that's that's some Patrick mullins as well big time. Oh yeah answer. Breeding is to Torma feeding and look at look at Gordon Gordon. Going over and learning his trades writing for Martin pipe and learning his trade. That's why he's so keen to win. The Martin Pipe every year and then taking all of the things that he learned from working with Martin Pipe. And then obviously doing that. Incredible thing of winning the grand national with Silver Birch had even tried to win winner in Ireland before he won the grand national entirely. I don't think so maybe maybe one or maybe no. I don't think he had you know I remember. His celebration was pretty epic but to then go on and become this this giant of the sport now like he is. He is one of the big names in racing. It's he's right up there alongside Willie mullins and Paul Nicholls and if you told him that fifteen years ago. I don't know how ambitious Gordon is. He may not have believed you. But he's he has developed a superstar stable in a very short time and he was saying to be fair. The fact that Michael earlier step away from the sports is a real blow for racing. And it's a real blow for other trainers as well. Joseph who included in that given the talent that he hasn't bumper horses. But Gordon said that it was a kick in the arse firm and if you look at what he's done with recruiting Chieveley Parks Chieveley Parks. Flathorses are all based in the UK. And yet they're jump. Horses are all based primarily all based ARLIT. Gordon you gotTa admit any writes a check from Chieveley Act. They don't write checks for four Grand. Do like when's the last time chiefly. Pack Motor. Okay lots to nine now. These traverse scared and in Nottingham Maiden was set out. Set them on Settimana for eight hundred guineas sold cheaply park. I get cheap arcade under getting. You don't hear that. Do you know you hear you hear four hundred forty thousand guineas as much as what to say to me. You buy the engine normally when you're buying an engine when you buy an engine more three hundred fifty four hundred and fifty thousand year buying an engine and that speaks volumes on Gordon. Elliot's he is Sorta maidment his meat accident. Any man who can kind. Def definitely definitely have you say. I think it's a running joke. I ate has to be a joke in this day. And then he goes up definitely definitely. I definitely it's a bit like it's a like Aidan O'Brien's it's a definite possibility. But you know what I was over at the Breeders Cup which Magna and all the lines and John. Magner is good story. We were there and we wrote the bleeders called. I think it was the second day and John. Magnette was mostly in Santa Anita. I was in a suit incomes John with the shades all the tries and I have met him but he knew I was there and he was filming. He grabs my elbow as we're watching eight inside look one of their horses and he goes Hector. I hear you doing a good job and I. He grabbed by and then I grabbed his elbow and I said John. You're not doing to the job yourself to one of the greatest breeders horsemen of all time. It was just a great moment. One of the most influential in the game but he got the approval from Hector. That meant an awful lot to and at the end of the show where. I'd own horses. Lean more to was beaten a short head. Three discount classic. We had a great week in Santa Anita at the Breeders Cup. The Breeders Cup is just incredible thanks to NATO scores and then to end the show. Eight and O'Brien. We walked up the track and went. I grabbed Aden's eligible and I went. Aiden does a few of me and the boys and Navin there were taking to get to grand each right so we force fighting the six months I think no comfy four eight grand. We're going to get worse. Would you train them with your prepping for Dundalk? And he goes Jesus actor we'd have to have a look and I grabbed his elbow and I went lovely lovely and we walked off off the off the track in Santa Anita and I don't wait on hold you to that way. We walked into the sunset. It was a great moment. I'll never forget those moments and I still stay in touch with aid and I can't wait to get down to buy see what he told me. A great thing on on on on. I think it wasn't on camera because we were stranded so much time in Bali Dolan every year. There's an influx of seventy two V. Seventy to eighty of the best two year olds while Brad. Two year olds in the world and then Aden gets to pick the best Turkey two Turkey five of them. I think that's the way it works on. Then the two year olds were in one one barn and there was a couple of. There's a couple of such a vast area four or five hundred acres and we were there watching a bunch of two euros. Maybe twenty two year old fillies and colts coming along on a lovely morning in April and it was a by eight o'clock the morning and those much forty minute in all the work writers and I'm sitting in the jeep were Aden and the sun is coming up and locally tree line in the distance and as these forty sector. Here's a couple of nights. Two year olds coming out and we moved closer to them maybe fifty yards and we just sat there and we just. I marveled at the age of those horses. And we've all seen the images of coolmore ballydoyle on Aden training and he goes. Yeah there's an ICE Danehill dancer. That's a nice Galileo. That's another nice Galileo there. That's another nice on their senior harsh. There Hector an ice yet. These harsh there. Yeah I love the color on our tail. Philly got four different colors in our tale. A really like that especially young horse. I mean I said what he means is look at this blonde and this Brown Nice Nice sign of an ice philly and anyone unseat up there. She's she'll become a superstar and I said how do you mean any rent because the girl on her on her back is great girl? She's eighteen. She's been with me for birth six months. She's going to turn that philly into an absolute superstar because she loves that horse and she's going to with that horse and I know she's going to give dot harsh one hundred ten percent care and I know she's going to mind like its own and she will turn that Philly into into a superstar. I just thought it was a lovely thing to say and I just got an insights a brief insight into the brain of the greatest horse trainer of all time said goes to shoot. That's the kings. Yeah it goes to show you. Also why? He's so keen to heap. Praise on the staff. Carney thing we we can joke. I thank the team after this. He said that that girl from Sheba's look the road and casual. She will turn that into a superstar. Tell me about the the whole Breeders Cup show so it's like the fact that you've you're like you're on a high production begins you're talking about. I'm wondering would artie health and safety allowed in this day. And Age you to be in a plane flying to California with two racehorses. I'm not entirely certain that they would you know how did all of the comatose? And what was the crack then with your boarding the plane? And why did you want to be between Duke Relate and Henry the navigator first of all I wanted to show people? How the world's of high-flying top top thoroughbreds work. I wanted to show people that there's a hidden world is there's a world it's like seeing something on discovery like. How do they do this like? How does this thing operate? How do they take multi-million? Euro horses from a little village in Rose Green and tipperary and get them to California and get them to compete for twenty five million dollars over two days. I wanted to show people the enormity of the whole thing and I want to show people that. Tlc and the loving care and the incredible logistics that are involved from the moment. The harse leaves ballydoyle gets onto that truck. We wanted to because we knew it was going to be a great part of the show. GotTa give showed here to my right hand man Roscoe. Russel Callaghan is being filling. My shows before over twenty years and in the last years he's won a BAFTA grand designs and he does. Sas who dares wins the Irish name. He's the director of photography on on the Irish Rangers. Show the the one that's been on. Rt that one. He's an amazing amount. And I told him that I wanted to get on. He said Hector. This is going to be great. If we can get in there we can fill them in. Whatever way you want so we got on. We followed the horses being loaded at oil. We followed them bringing the Halos and the Straw the water for the journey from ballydoyle and then we follow them on the role different from those green to Shannon Airport and then we saw them getting on no getting onto the Horse. Jess this is almost like a jumbo jet. It's designed for horses. It's designed for nothing else for horses. It's not designed for comfortable fifty people. Sitting down the back there is no flight attendants. There are no toilets there are. There's sort of a whole book. An box office space with the pilot and the co-pilot there is an amazing image of the horses on the show as they walk the steel lined ladder and it goes up and up and up and up and then they just get there. Were so brilliant and those nine ourselves I think even brought over so when you get onto the plane. They're in. They're put into their own individual stables and open on the side is where the people walk. It's about four foot in diameter of the corridor and all to the right stables maybe ten to twelve thirteen stables with Haley which are which are Straw with water down. The back then is where the staff past the traveling ladder. Maybe the nine or ten stopped buddy doyle that the statements that were sitting so you sat in there for takeoff distinct rattled on takeoff. I've never experienced anything like this. Because there's so much iron and steel and wood and everything the whole thing rattles on how we're sitting. There are seats down the back for takeoff. So you are prompted you're strapped in but there's three m masking tape all over this place. There's a smell there's a smell of harsh everything is rattling now when you Iraq on your car door. Was that record that rattled. Is that cleans or is that a what's not racket. Now I am telling you this thing was or as we were taken off on me and Roscoe went all Holy Glock now we do and then I looked at pass pass. Who's been traveling? Headland for twenty four. He was fast asleep perky. I'm there go I. I said Geez. We must be all right next week. We rise up over Shannon next memoir out over the mouth of the River Shannon. Next Minute we're owed over county. Clare and next mended were in the clouds and then crack. We started feeding the animals. Feeding Horses. Were so well behaved. A poker game started transatlantic between Henry the navigator and between the Lions to a couple of lines. We were playing poker. I was showing my hands the Henry the navigator and then eventually then most people jetted off to sleep. But not before you hide your lunch and dinner on the As I say there's no unlike on catering on board we went down the back. Pat told us where the food was was to massive boxes of food. There was everything from chicken and stopping sandwiches to beautiful hand. Fateh Cheese rockets spinach roles. It was the best of catering they're really good. Catering I must take my hats off to John Magner ballydoyle Goo more. The catering was second on. There were fizzy drinks. There was NS chocolates. There was at the best. The piece that was it was absolutely freezing. Thirty nine thousand face on a horse. Carry our transatlantic. It's freezing because you kinda put us on a lot. So how do you keep warm Isis? Pat What's the story for getting a few hours? Sleep is go down there and is obliged blankets down the back. I talk to be out sleeping bags. Blankets or something. I went down to the back of the play. Ain't wit roscoe and Nacho. Can you does a box and Brown. Thomas would unopened some of the nicest warmest mohair blankets that I've ever seen with tags. The price tag still on them. Well I never was so toasty and so warm as I wrapped myself in this lovely blankets between Henry navigator and Juca Mermaid about six hours into the flight headed for Betty by vice and we were walking in lax by Taco. Come on get lazy bollocks so so we arrive. Lax Ex toasty. We had slept at five hours away over the smell of carrow of harsh. It is quite overpowering but you know it was one of the greatest things we've ever done and to have a camera on it as well to show how they get to. The Breeders Cup was just. It was the icing on the cake for me. And I have to thank Aidan. O'brien and anchor more for. Let me let me into their world and shown that world to an audience. That might not known about it. We wouldn't have because we wouldn't have had that insight and particularly the fact that it was made by. I mean I think that again. This is another point that we take for granted. I think is racing fans as so much conversation about. How do we attract young younger viewers to the sport? How do we attract younger sports? We have two dedicated racing channels. There's a there's a dedicated trade paper at the races is the leading racing websites in the world and there are plenty of other racing websites as well. And it's free. You can read Hugh Taylor for you. Can Roy Reed top-class Analysis Simon Rowlands? There's so much stuff. That is there in racing that I think we don't really appreciate that so much stuff. They're put traditional national broadcasters as much as I think that the terrestrial coverage that I do is grace and they do run promos saying you know Roy. Ascott live during Primetime bus. We don't get this kind of an inside is it. Was you coming up with this show and then putting it on rt? And as much as I do not I don't feel as though they give as an as much attention as as you would think but I suspect that the only reason that you got the opportunity obviously that the only reason that Aidan O'Brien trusted you to go on that plane to go behind the scenes ballydoyle to open the doors and allow you basically unfiltered access is because of what you've done with only fools past. Yeah exactly because Flynn had had the courage and had the gumption on the balls to let a camera crew into his yard would a key parts to make a show about horseracing on a show about a first time owner. Now it could fall flat on. Its face it could have been a disaster. A course he wanted to raise his but we were lucky. But if you don't if you don't speculate won't accumulate and if you don't try and make the show and go gung Ho trying to make the best show Yukon and I've always done that with any shows make if you don't do it you'll never know and we you know and will promptly and opened his doors to come in to reveal the inner workings of a stable and it was a huge success. And as you say Johnny Morton got to know me and then hanging by hector happened. And then my finale on hanging with hector after hanging around with all the people I did was my Aidan. O'brien aired on special at the breeders. Cup so he trusted me. They trusted immensely and I. I'm sure if I went down. Ain't nobody was still trust you You know he got the allied he knew. I was making a positive show for harsh Grayson. He knew I wasn't. I didn't have any agenda. He knew my heart was in the right place. I was an avid fan of the sport. And I think the more shows you get about sport I think I think sometimes now with the amount of stuff going on and punditry and podcasts and experts and social stoves and twenty four hours of sport and I think we can be. I think I think there's always going to be a place for those type documentaries. No more than a great sporting autobiography. Sometimes I get I just get silk. Aided by the amount of sports and experts I have on my phone. Tell me about everything about guy and this and that because WHO's the best who's he knows the best. The goats sport has to be the person who like sport themselves. They know that because they whether they liked Joe Johnson or table tennis or they're into UFC or you into horse race and you WanNa live sport but you think at the moment will be suffocated and this is not about your podcast. By the way I remembered this new at six or seven years ago. I remember Patrick mullins. And I'm driving to talk to Gig and I- Patrick mullins is telling me about the bumper harvest season. I nearly pulling in the car with my pen and I'm writing these horses down Malone Road this. The other go by is incredible. So you think where your podcast six or seven years ago and where we are in there with the sport with being fed and websites and radio stations and everybody is an expert. And everybody's filling in about sport where I just think there's always going to be a place for a real good honest sporting documentary or a really good book. That would be different. And that's what I've always trying to do. I'm funny do different. Tv shows no matter. What I do I just WanNa make sure to someone sitting on the couch and watching TV. And they're getting a little bit more than the normal stuff that we might be hearing or seeing at the box in the corner. It's one of the reasons why I want to get back on the show. And it's one of the reasons particularly at this time where there is no sports and get properly into a few stories in the bit crack and it's one of the things that we're trying to this show as well as to be informative part if we can be entertaining and the Cheltenham Recording Ah Cheltenham antepost preview for twenty twenty. One on Friday tipped up. Yes yes was bat shit crazy but was absolutely brilliant. I love doing I really did. And the kind words and social media tastic dot. Breeders Cup was two thousand eight. You had an interaction with the trainer of Joe Har- and Inigo for on at the races. Inigo the never be like getting a mention but Inigo Mike Ward Matthew Taylor Glenn Ali the whole team Declan Rix obviously dean one of the main men. They're they're working from home. Keeping the show on the road. Keeping the website updated keeping you informed Producing some great content. But any go chop this up for us and this is you speaking with the trainer of Joe. How're so high? Chaparral has one back in two thousand and three becomes the first tours ever to win back to back Breeders Cup Turfs in one of the greatest racism history. You look at commodity source foul foul He's there in third. And then this epic finish with Joe when Joe Har- bearing down on them and you and the trainer are on the track and you're having a little bit of a chat. This is just eleven seconds. Let's let's hear this goes to this day. I still think rather boring. I think I won. I Shall I think you're wrong. I think Aden's right. I think he's wrong. I think. Probably all harsh one to this day live is first of all your man's getting really wound up and secondly you're cool as ice and you turned to the cameras and he doesn't notice it turned to the cameras. Subtly new. I think Bellido Laura and you're wearing sunglasses but you can see the eyebrow raising behind it. You're just on the lineup of them. Brilliant absolutely brilliant stuff. How much did you enjoy how much you enjoy that? And how how did the culture of American racing differ to what we have in the UK? And you know it's funny now that the only race Morgan is Tampa Bay Tampa Bay downs and Los Alamos and raising. That's my three o'clock in the morning. You're watching. How long does it take a hard to get to post in America about ninety hours? It's the never off on time. I know it's madness but I suppose when when we got yonkers when you when you hear the Breeders Cup and I knew about Santa Anita and see when you get to Santa Anita and the art deco of the grandstands and you see those lovely Blue Mountains in the distance and you realize you're an hour and it's Los Angeles and it's always by me and it's always nobly temperature and great space. And then you get round the back and an access all areas and honor ballydoyle Economi. And I'm watching Bob Baffert and todd pletcher and these guys working horses that morning and then we can the Monday and Tuesday and then the man thing is that the amount of Spanish being spoken at the back and there's laws wires that have been working out for years so why he was walking along the south. Let me look at all their own ads. That would know you know if the might have been working into the NAARDEN for years that they went to America. Then you'd see Johnny Velazquez and all the really good writers. Possibly it'd be all Italian. I speak fluent Spanish. So they're not getting into conversation with them. And then the maddest thing I've ever seen is that Burns and Burns very very simple. They're not not the not out of the ordinary. I mean Bob Baffert would have sixteen burns up along the side alleyway and he'd have an open barn and then be harsh is literally on walkers now walkers in Santa Anita Basically Spinning clotheslines clothes-pegs on a horse on them and they just spin them around. It was the most basic looking walker you've ever seen but yet they could be running the classic for Bob Baffert and then you'd see barbaric. An talking about the breed is called and his hair was so white white as the driven snow. And I'd never seen any would wear has white essays and then it's shades and he never he just looks like Bob Baffert. Looks like he's timeless. It could be in Narnia for all being like he could be harsh. I'll baffert could star in the harvest. As one of those angel. People you know comes down and all white with with the shame like he's just such an amazing mason trainer and then in this harsh is like you saw the simplicity of the bands at the back. So it's just an amazing week is amazing week to be there with Bonnie doyle to be there with Johnny traveled over on the on the truck on on the plane and for aid to give us access all areas in into into the whole teams and amaze people enjoyed it. God maybe we're still talking about it. We it was a good show. Tell me this you have back to the states recently. As recently as only a few months ago. You did a documentary yet again. This time you seem to be heading down to the deep south you were you. Were talking about all kinds of different things you you were talking gun law in in the state of Georgia. You're talking marijuana being legalized you dealt with racism you dealt with. Donald Trump talked to me about this show because it was fascinating. Yeah we decided. I suppose I'm lucky. That for the last twenty years more or less each year I've been allowed travel for. Td for which is in the language national station in Ireland but because we have subtitles that I can speak Irish check and bring people in and and bring them into the use of speaking harsh on the show and predominantly the shows in Irish subtitles. Awfully show is in English. But we've been traveling with Roscoe and Heaven for for twenty years and show and we decided on this one. We just on an epic on the air before where it went from Siberia to Saigon wintertime. So I went through MINUS THIRTY FIVE MINUS FORTY IN SIBERIA. Remind me to tell you the. Mongolian harsh. I was that I was into Kara of Mongolia in minus thirty five. Ms Remind me to you. Were telling me on the phone today. We're talking we'll talk with up before the end. Go on tell you so wanted to give you a difference license. And I didn't want to go. America at the time chose to go to New York or Chicago San Francisco. So let's pick a journey. We always pick a starting point and a finishing point and we said we start in Savannah and then we'd Finish San Diego five thousand two hundred kilometers fight test hundred miles across. And we're going to dry this me Roscoe and Evan I'm going to drive it in a big F- F- Jeep. I'm going to go all over Alabama and all over Georgia all over Mississippi and all over Louisiana an into Dallas and enter Texas Texas which is ten times the size of Ireland and into New Mexico and into the desert to meet all the hippies and then across into Arizona and across into San Diego and no. I'm not going to Los Angeles. 'cause I WANNA finish in San Diego so we wanted to give you a different slice of America. I think from the from the opening shots of Megan stopped by a COP speeding through road Georgia to be in prisoner lockup sale when a guy who is in on on a crack cocaine. Boston was just before she'll just mad and then being in a place called kennesaw outside Atlanta where everybody carries guns went into a barbarous to meet the lady who runs the barber storage. He had a couple of girls called mayor and she'd Glock in the cash register. And teach you to unlock pink clock in our bag and she feels a lot safer than I met the mayor and everybody carries guns and I wanted to talk about why the Golden Culture earned so we tried to do different topics and we wanted to give them a different slice of life. And it's definitely the trump triangle of Alabama Georgia and Mississippi. It's like a land of time for Gosh. These people love Jesus Christ they know the Bible. They don't outdoor life. They love hunting and fishing and they love Donald Trump. And I think as we journeyed through the whole series. I've asked some good questions and we tried to get on the skin a few people. I thought it was pretty side in rural Alabama Mississippi. Somebody places are being that there is absolutely nothing there. I mean poverty on both sides of the fence. Poverty isn't a black thing in America. It's a thing as well and it's white problem and I saw some some really poor rundown forgotten towns and click rural places and. I just saw that. It's almost as eight different states but there are eight different countries and a million miles in central park. No wonder that King into Donald Trump but after being there for three months and travelled to America I realized that after they've got an amazing sense of countryside and prayed and hardness and spirit and hospitality and humor and I think because of four hundred years of slavery and four Hundred Years Shish and four hundred years of of maybe people laughing at them like hillbillies rednecks and trailer park that they don't really give to tosses about the rest. Do I mean when you are in Arizona or when you're in Alabama and you realize that every single man woman and child in Alabama follows the local State University football team and a hundred thousand people packed in at the weekends to watch their university football team? They don't care about Tom Brady and the Patriots they don't care about the La Lakers. They don't care about Lebron James. They care about to start and they care about their local team on. I've never seen anywhere in the world. Like Dash regarding sport it. There are quite unique bunch of people down to south and I was honored that I spent three months tried. And true if you've never seen the and if you're looking for something to Binge Watch right now you've never seen the drama series Friday night. Lights a highly recommend that you watch it definitely Texas forever. Clear is full. Hearts can't lose Friday night lights. I read the book and then one on one of the things I wanted to do when I got was I wanted to go to last chance. You one of my favorite shows on netflix Berlin. I wanted I wanted. I wanted to meet buddy. Wanted to be coach body and I wanted to get to this rural Mississippi East Coast Mississippi Rural football team where the bad boys of American footballer rehabilitated. It's an series if you haven't seen it and you're watching Netflix. And you WANNA watch it. Watch the first seeks since second series of last chance you in Scuba Mississippi. There's a post office. There's a seven eleven. There's a petrol station and then there's an agricultural football college. Amanda they play good mean American football and I spent the day there On last chance you so again I was delighted to get to these places. They couldn't believe what we were doing. A camera crew from Ireland. Come all the way to rural Mississippi to fill them with their foot in the football team and I was just delighted that we did on the show. Hector USA. The show is called by the way. The reason I mentioned front of my lights is because I think they did a very good job of PR produced it that it a very good job of portraying life in in Texas in a small community and just how these young men are built up to be almost God like figures and the the second that they leave high school if they don't make it in football that's it they're done and that almost always burdens their life because there may not be up opportunities outside of football and there's not only one chance that's it and that's why last chance you is so fascinating because the story behind that is that if you've if you have messed up if you've broken the rules or if you've been expelled from college that really is the last place that will take you and they're only taking you based on your talent but you've got to keep up the work and school and you have to pass classes no that highly recommend all of that but when we look when you and I and winterless news look at Donald Trump. I mean this guy's applauded clown when you watch your show you get a real insight into why it is. They're buying into him and he's he's lying to them but they don't care they just think that he's talking to them and they acknowledged that they're like oh great you know. He's he's in a privileged multi-millionaire draft-dodging misogynistic twenty. But they're they're obsessed with them everything that they buy into everything he says because he's a smart man and he says the right things and when you're sitting out in a couple of local boards in the local bar in the Middle Mississippi and I'm going to build the wall and I'm going to stop people I'm GonNa stop start the Chinese. I'm going to tell the Chinese that I'm going to it's about America America America and the thing is he. He's very manipulated. Awards is the right things but another thing. I caught after being there for three months. And I've been in many maybe twenty cities in America but extensively in the south spending three months Dr Intrigue the South Donald Trump lease rates. Time and time again. Let's make America great again and the question is who was America. Great for in the first place and it wasn't great it wasn't great for the Comanche. And the sue and the Navajo and all the native American Indians. Who Were there? It was their land and it wasn't great for them for the Mexicans and the Italians and the Irish that came across through true New York and Boston and the hundreds of thousands of Irish and Italians that came in through New Orleans and built and slaved and Walk Zohar and it was never great for the blacks. The African Americans. It was never been. America was never great for an awful lot of people. Who are there in America? At the moment it was only grace for the white man. I'm the I'm the and the blue bloods who are the privilege to from four hundred years ago. Three hundred years ago two hundred years ago one hundred years ago fifty years ago thirty years ago when Donald Trump was given a couple of million quid boy his grandfather in one thousand nine hundred seventy seven to say. Hey Go and buy yourself your first apartment block. America was great for those chosen Q. It was never great for us. The Irish never great for the Mexicans never great for the Guatemalans Hondurans or the Brazilians the Italians of Scottish or anyone else and when you take all those people out of America America falls flat on. Its face like deflating a football. There's focal inish. Excuse my language if you take all those people out of America. There is nothing in America because it's bland and it's spineless and it's empty and it. Solis and isn't isn't this may talk. Isn't that weird though that when we were growing up? And you'd watch like you'd Watch. Hollywood films or you'd Watch TV shows you domus dream of moving there. You'd almost dream off the land of opportunity. It's the you can make it in America and you realize now no healthcare systems at an absolute disgrace how they're handling cove. Nineteen is absolute nightmare. We find out today is. We're recording on Tuesday that Donald Trump was briefed back in January. Just a series over nineteen was at the end of February. He did one of his rallies where he said. Nineteen the corona virus spokes the latest democratic hoax. And now he's he's picking out that they're doing all they can to save no he stepped. I don't understand how he's able to get away with what he can get away with Bush. It's it's sad it's Spain that's all Hispanic Fed. What were fed? I think I think I think when you get there and don't get me wrong. There's some great people still in America. And what I found it very hard to get into to finding them. I just found it after why that it is a great place. The scenery down the site the beauty of driving through Arizona to the desert seeing these beautiful open blue skies in the canyons and the Red Desert and the distance. I mean it's just an incredibly beautiful part of the world down right down there and then as you cross the border into southern California come into the spurt area they call it a basket of California where they grow all the Avocados and all the lettuce tomatoes and all the all the oranges and mangoes apples and bananas. It's most fertile land of America but basket. It's just an amazing part of the world geographically. It's somebody wants to do a trip to the Grand Canyon by the way I talked a scene. The Grand Canyon and we camped the night before and nobody in my winnebago. We had a few beers and we lit a fire on your load. Do that over there. And then we drove to the Grand Canyon when I first saw the Grand Canyon. It took my breath away through the trees and I swear to God. I nearly started crying when I saw opening up in front of me and when I got to allege and when we had a few minutes I had to sit on my own for half an hour to feast to let my eyes feast on something that my eyes have never seen anything like in my lifetime and I've been in a lot of places are being the Amazon. I'm lucky enough to be all over Africa Asia and we've done an awful lot of traveling but I have never seen something so mazing that modern later has produced like the Grand Canyon. I had to sit away for a half an hour and let my eyes can my brain what I was watching so there are some amazing places in America and if you want to go on a great trip do you have a great time. It's an amazing part of the world. And you wouldn't find some great people. America has an a lot of problems on the other side. Why did the Grand Canyon have such a profound effect on you because I taught it seen it all because maybe when you see it in a geography book or when you see it in a postcard it's hard to explain? I just think this an ISO garden today Weeden pulling weeds and countryside and I do appreciate and donate HR. I'm now where we are at the moment with mother. Nature being tampered with with wet markets. In Wuhan in the back into the whole the whole. Look we're in a very strange place. I just think he'd be lucky enough to see some amazing things on Mother Nature Round the world and are being to Africa Asia dangerous idea and patron Mongolian of scenes glazes. I wasn't ready for something. So vast I mean two hundred and fifty miles long. Ken Miles wide every single time. That you blink and you Change Direction. Which is you're going. Oh my God look at the colors of the millions of years old. I mean look. That looks like a Sphinx. Is that a sphinx. Am I looking at this? Thinks on Egypt over there might not gonNA look like a at tires. Mahou because it's the exact same is for Golda type. What is going on here and then way off. An I mean way off in the distance is the river the Colorado River flowing truths and down in the middle of the Kenyan ten miles deep into it and I met him on the show when harbourside Pu Indians there's only a couple of hundred of them left and one of the chiefs. Came up to my car dot nice and we drank a few beers and he spoke to me about bringing a child back in the sixties in the depths of the Grand Canyon when they were coralled Lou waterfalls and beautiful Colorado untouched river and they were catching white Mustang and wild horses as they were and they looked up and they talk that they didn't know that has children that people lived on the upper side of the canyon that was life above them. They're called the SAIPEM. Indians have a cycle. You have to do this. And if you're seeing stuff in Hollywood movies that Depict Beautiful Disney like waterfalls crystal blue waterfalls and green scenery and something. Like an Avatar. Well then you have to look at where the homicide to Indians live at the bottom of the Grand Canyon. And that's what may that's maybe talk so partially displace wasn't expected to blow me away so much but it did and and that's the beauty of the world we live in. We've a great world and we have a beautiful world and I just think we have to mind a little bit better than what we're doing. Maybe this is the kickoff. The whole we have that we needed. And maybe we're going to leave the world a better place because I've got two teenage boys on what's being in my head for the last two days and I mean this is what sort of a world are boys going to live and if this is going to become something that happens in the future well we. We certainly weren't ready for this and I think he's putting a lot of things in perspective man. It's we are in a very very strange place. 'cause we have a beautiful world maybe it's the kick up the whole. We need regarding plastic carbon emissions. Maybe it's about pollution. In general that the world can come to a standstill and we can all strove and yes. It's a tragic thing and yes. It's very very sad and yes. It's incredible there's so many people are dying every day of the week and it's so sad to see Italy been as these great countries like Spain and everyone that loses their life. Is it the kick up the ASS that we need to say? This is our world we. It's only us on this planet. And Jesus we've got to mind because I wish to everyone can see that the Grand Canyon and everybody should know about the. Have the cycle Indians instead of finding out about Kim Kardashian? I'll find that. What can you aftershave is available? Perfume is available are wondering what's happening. I'm blow deal violent. I mean let's get back to basics about this brilliant beautiful world we live in we're kind of consumed with the raise a lot of vanity and vacuous nonsense out there and then you look at something. Like what David attenborough produces planet earth two or Blue Planet? You just get blown away and you kind of forget that that's actually real what he's showing you. Israel and he's trying to get you to engage in that. I think one of the things that I want to try and take away from all of this is that we're just kinder to one another and that were to one another and there for one another before you go. Mongolia so I only know grief but of this story but this is insane. So was this for another TV series. This is for the TV show. And by the way in about four nights time. And I've been trying to do this. Do you ever put something on the long finger for about a year ago. All the time people wanted to stack a counter because of hundreds of Ariza television and I wanted to just put shows on. Put the series of open probst outtakes and I wanted to start a youtube channel and I should have done it but I'm going to do it now. I think we're going to do in two weeks time so you'll find it all on youtube but I want to the series so that people can sit there and especially not on. There's only so much nephew actually can watch him. There's only I think good travel show will always have legs a good alternative. Irreverence travel documentary series. So we're GONNA put it all and I'm GONNA put my horseracing shows up so you're pretty soon because this was an epic journey. We did two years ago from Siberia to Saigon you into Siberia. The first week of February in a place called Tom. So we cloned from DUBLIN TO FRANKFORT ACCURATE TO MOSCOW. And then six hours into over five different time zones through the night into a rural town of about five hundred thousand people in. Siberia called Tomsk and from there we filmed the whole way through minus thirty five minus forty two. And then we got some Longoria and we've crossed over into the border between Russia which is Siberia and into Mongolia. Finally we crossed over to customs. Cut through the check out that get checked. It was like something you'd see a movie that was freezing cold. We were sitting there for an hour. And the jeep mind comes out with a mirror under the jeep. When he checks US check the papers checks the serial numbers and all the equipment is out sation. Dog It's freezing cold. He asked us to move another fifty yards. Finally the Open St to Gauge. And we go into Mongolia and then we drove into Mongolia for about five hours to the capital of Mongolia. Mongolia is five times size of France. Would only a million people are even bigger than that is incredible the space? You can't imagine the space will of the stories we had got to mature was on. You GotTa Breeders Cup. Four years ago maybe five years ago or maybe three years ago Mongolia had a winner of a sprint. Oh yes it ended up being quite controversial. Counting was his name. Mongolian star and like dash was a controversial thing but the trainer. Afterwards you continue. I'll get I'll get the info. All I remember is apple at the Breeders Cup seeing a load lands in traditional Mongolian dress sprinter sprint. So I was. There would have been the producer golden having if we get through. We've got to look into. We've got a look into the heart's racing because I know they have the Mongol Darby virus jockeys have gone over there over the years. And I know loads of lads who have gone over and they've won an Irish jockey. He's a jockey's going over on participated in the Mongo Darby. Which is that race over. Twenty four hours or whatever it is and I said we have to harsh lacy story because gain this kind harshly. He talks as one of the great warriors of of the of the world. So we down a little bit more and then we found out that we've made a guy called Nara who's the chief petty officer of Mongolian racing so NARA. We were in touch with on the email little. Did we know five weeks on the on the road that when we met Nara? He picked US UP OUR HOTEL IN. Mongolia minus twenty five in a fleet of San Yong blackout GPS. So we're all hoping in the back and goes now guys. Come on our show you the car. He said to me this what he said. I will show you the Kara of Mongolia so we went about twenty miles outside Mongolia to all the different racing stables incredible. We got to meet some owners. We got to see the jockeys were all seven eight years of age. Doing all that work. Incredible the way to have jocketty smaller younger jockeys across beating the horses the way they're looking for the Stamina Laden horse then the breeding and then your man said Heck are some of the famous owners here. Wants TO MEET YOU. And it's an honor for them to meet somebody from Ireland who likes racing so we were pleased like royalty so we went into the Traditional York and minus twenty five. Sit in with the boys. And then they started talking of course of all the open the bottle in their in their thing and it was like a bottle snuff and the handed to me and I said what to do with this and you might say it's an honor for you. If your man gives you the Butler snow now the puck is still unloaded diamonds. Gemstones on us and you have two sniffer back. It's like hearing your nostrils sweetie powerful mental snow. But it's an honor for somebody to give it to you so I did this. And then he said hector the boys want to tell you a story so they started talking Mongolian and I was GonNa what they're talking about and then Nara best in minus twenty five in the middle of Mongolia. Said Hector they're delighted to see you. This was an Dundalk last Friday night race. I said what did you say he says yes. He's just back from dundalk. He was in Ireland buying mayors and then he took a camera and he showed me a picture of it. And don't talk the week before. Drinking a point again is in the grandstand on. Leave of ice. I swear to God I said Man. It's a small world. I just couldn't believe that. Of all the race courses in the world to be in. He was in Dundalk the week before he had spent a week on round to Jesse. Harrington's Tom Mullins he had bought a couple of mayors have very wealthy. I one of the biggest breeders and owners in Mongolia and there was this pictures of him. Happy as Larry on the more mountains on Friday night and we're ten thousand miles away in minus twenty five. I think it only happens to Irish people but it only happens to racing. People and racing people are good. People absolutely was the whole point of this to crossbreed. Is that the idea they want to take yet? They WANNA crossbreed so they have their out different. The Mongol Jarvi you can have and they have a lot of wealthy racist for for their natural breed. Which is a small Stamina Laden horse? But they're they're trying to bring the Irish Marion to bring in the finesse. That a little bit of power and speed and there's cross-breed racists you might have one hundred thousand dollars to thousand dollars but when race and comes on the Telia Mongolia. The played contract comes to stand still and there's a statue of Kenya's can outside the city of Hula Butter. It's one of the most amazing things I've ever seen. It's hundreds of meters high. It's beautiful silver statue. You can see it from a distance to see even as big as the Statue of Liberty. And it's a picture of Genghis Khan and his horse in a in a place where he lost its whip as Legend has Ernie found his whip after being six months away pinging on plundering the world. That boys came back in the current which is lucky thing. It's not a good thing among only if you lose your quipped it's not a good thing in Dundalk if you lose your weightless organisms Dr Data or your pro cush as we should be calling if you drop the Broncos head into the line. It's not exactly impressive. I can tell you who it was. Now Eb Niche GAM GAM bat at the Breeders Cup. He he won the Breeders Cup Turf. Sprint so this is the name of the Horse was Mongolian Saturday. He was a he was twenty. Two one on the board and He said this was our first big victory. Everyone so happy. The owner is happy. Mongolia's happy Mongolia's a horse country now. Everybody knows Mongolian Saturday and Mongolia. Lau out send you some photos when we're putting up when you put an assist on social media I'll send you some photos of me with some of the guys an amazing amazing great people great people to be in the Corre of Mongolia. But I will never forget that moment. Never forget that moment. Where was he was in Dundalk? Last bright in ice classic unbelievable. I wonder if it was done on the front as cold as Mongolia. Yeah it can hold. It can be a cold ill. When you're not backing to win our optus straight and Johnny Levins as won a game on Cable Damon. Damian's I remember saying to him about this. This source he had he since moved. He's gone to Adl. Mcginnis has them now and I'd set to his assistant trainer that I really liked him. And Damian came over to me says. How do you know about that horse? I just had gone through his form in France and I thought it was interesting. We really fancy that fellow. We really fancy that further and Damian myself have been friends ever since we're constantly on what's up there so he's going to do a bit on the show soon enough because it's fascinating what he does. He trains horses on the beach. Labor some really good horse. I saw a really nice piece and just to finish. I where what's the good harsher? There's one team races for Damien. Don't it off an estimated? He's he's he's he's one empty and races a and you know what he's done. He's paid for every box in the art. He's paid for all the refurbishments he's paid for all the upgrades he's paid for tarmac. He's paid for everything one horse in the yard and it's an amazing story. I hope them. No more NATO McGinnis. They deserve their cup winners every year. And they're well able to get is a geological geological. I'm taking a guess. Because it still has opened up geological I think it is geological solidly right up. And he said that horses paid for all the upgrades in the yard and I loved and that shows you how much it means to win. Money means today small trainers. Yeah and and to be fair to today me and he hasn't been afraid to criticize To criticize don't and it's good that dundalk themselves on now and that they are doing work on the surface because it took them a federal oil to going there and get things going Muko Latte has done very well for him but geological. Yeah it would be the logical. Be The main one. He's got an Aidan. O'brien horace cold north wind and keep the Notre Dame he goes into the if it does. If there's a nice Aidan O'Brien hearts to watch this year. It's not it's not really called. Passion Passion. Yes yes you want an ice race. I think she run an Ice Water. Nice ways and Cork. I think there's lots more to come but let's keep an eye out for passion on the dark blue colors of passionate magnolia. Let's put passion so into the trucker as well. What are you looking forward to most when this is all over and racing zooms going for them to sixteen championship. If if ever the under sixteen Gaelic football season would be up and running. I look forward to. I can't wait to balance but a couple of minutes for a few pints. Obviously galway comes back. It'll be brilliant. I just wanted to do the simple things. I want my young lads to to enjoy their time going to school and to realize that you know go train and and things are simple. Things in life is all about the XBOX. I enjoy going in and getting a coffee in my local coffee shop which is right beside by Lebron called red eye gripe behind by Lebron. That's where we're going for coffee. I just I will look forward to not worrying about somebody coming up beside me when I'm picking bananas or I see somebody get milk and I'll wait my turn to pick up milk. I'll just I'll just I. I'd like to be able to give hugs to people and shake their hands and go. How are you how are you how are you well? That's I genuinely miss doing this but I have worked out in a way though of of figuring out. If someone's actually got the krona vars go on so if someone comes up to you and goes well hector by Ho you know. We don't have that yet. Nineteen what about that? Cognac nineteen judges. Have you heard about that? Kojak nineteen well legit Kojak. Nineteen thousand absolute shocker. If you can't say corona virus you've got crowbars finished by saying come. We finish by saying mass. More go to mark Ghedini adultery bottle tree to the health workers to the healthcare workers that the people working in the nursing homes to everybody out in the frontline who are doing such an amazing job and finally can we all get together and be on the same. Wavelength People Power. I mean for years in this country we let our best nurses our nurses and our least qualified doctors and everybody. Everyone had to leave this country because we didn't take care of them being treated by shows and see we didn't pay them pay them enough and they left to go to Canada and to go to Australia and a go across the water to the UK finally. Will somebody please cop on unrealized that these are the people who are coming back in their droves to at Boston are times of need and it's about time that we've minded them and sorted it out so fingers crossed that those people have come back and all this hope we will come back in the future will be will be rewarded for the sacrifice? They're doing in this unbelievably terrible time where I've been at the moment. I can't thank the nurses and everybody on the doctor so much for what they're doing. They're trying to save people who are losing their lives tonight and tomorrow night and the next night and we just have to stay safe. Wash your hands. Keep your socialist and and it will. We will get over. There is food in the fridge. You're just a little bit board but we will get through this well. Some affront fully echo. What you say about the Hey chessy staff and the NHL staff as well So many of my friends. My my longest relationship was the girl called. Sarah Murphy a nurse who wanted to work in pediatrics trained in Ireland studied in in in. Uc got her degree. And Dave fired. The entire the entire staff the second qualified and then they'd ring them up and gradually offer the more care and they're and her enter for Sarah under friends all moved to London to pursue pediatrics over there because they were looked after they were under appreciated looked after their salt is sought out by the NHS and well looked after. It's over there and the same for my friend. Devan O'connor who moved over a few years ago. She's working in a private hospital there again. Not appreciated in Orland but very much appreciated in the UK and we have like. I've seen it up close from twenty to twenty one thousand nine. We've incredible staff in the history of the remark. What about this simple idea? Why don't we leave our audience in your audience on this space with something like this? Why can't we have a situation where anybody north Dr Ambulance driver? Anybody ORCs in that system that sector and they show their card at the goal racist in for free or the PUNCHESTOWN. They're in for free or wherever they go. They flexed carry negative discount. Or they're in for free because that should be a badge of honor that should be a badge of honor from now on. It should be one of the most important what you do. I'm a nurse. The carpet that bores the red. You know simple things like the go racists. Every nurse doctor in Galway Connacht should be allowed just flashed the card and just go in there for free. After what they've done we can do. Simple things simple things to show our gratitude. Yes we can give them a round of applause. But let's do better things sort the payment and let's treat these people like the heroes they really are. Can you imagine an initiative to go races? That doctors can't people anyone come to. The raises are let in for another at the Aintree to be fair. Because they've obviously they were. They announced that the grand nationals. Go ahead but they have announced that next year. They're giving ten thousand tickets stuff to turn up for the grand national meeting a lot of money. Now that's that's an incredibly generous incredibly kind thing to do. So can we put it to the that they pick a meeting? Good meeting Leopardstown. Galway the chorus. Something it'd be better crack Punchestown and were given out thousands of tickets to hse workers. Give them something to look forward to at the end of this because they're the ones who put their lives on the line for us one hundred percents a great idea to nectar. Let's head to the day. Why don't they have a day at the height somewhere? Today is the day we celebrate our workers and so you could have thousands of nurses and doctors and student doctors and ambulance from all over the country in the height of the summer. Have nephew glasses of champagne and a beer and we are all there and we were clapped on there. That's the place where we should say. Thank you for what you're done. Thank you thank you. This is all over things like that need to be done that we can't just forgetting move on. We need to recognize just how incredible they are. Because I couldn't do it. I don't know how they do it. I don't know how the patients I don't know how they have the mental and physical strength to do it so well well said and that's a nice note to end on my friend. You have a great phrase for final form of podcast posse and Irish can you? Can you do it for me in your hector enthusiastic? Way this as they say Hecker. Okay gone showing big respect to the final on Posse Mass Morte. Maybe that's the one. We're back on Thursday with Barry Faulkner Jess Stafford and Sarah Lynam as we look ahead to the flat season and the horses that we're most excited about seeing hector a cannot thank you for your time. You're an absolute legend. Only fools by horses if you've never seen it even if you have check it out on Youtube it's available there for an extra gonna. Start Youtube Channel soon. 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Johnny Cash Sucks

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Johnny Cash Sucks

"This is ground control to look my wean. We're doing johnny cash. I though this is johnny cash my old johnny cash. So yeah the reactions to this one ought to be calm and rational right down the line. Don't you think i fully expect. Most everyone will just agree with us here and not leave us any comments. This will be one of those episodes where everyone just agrees with us. Easy breezy actually. I just want you to know that. The first thing written in my notes for johnny cash's says i'm just here for moral support Yeah i a did not have to do a second over research for this episode. And be i could do this whole thing without looking at my notes. I have lived this one. Yeah i actually thought about just sitting here in dead silence the whole time letting you just carry the whole thing. You're going down with just twenty minutes of tyler talking. That's what i thought about doing. I wouldn't do that to you. I'm not doing that to you. I'm here for you man. I'm going to do this together. Thank you for support. So how many times in your life have you heard. Someone say i don't listen to country. Music accepts johnny cash. Be an honest. i probably have said that it's a boy life. Honestly i know for a fact. I at least ten people because most people i know. Don't listen to country music. But then the johnny cash movie comes out and then everyone listens johnny cash so that would be the most common answer i have ever heard in regards to country music right. So the only reason people say that is because they don't like country music or oath. The sentence would not start with. I don't listen to country music. They wouldn't feel the need to point that out so the port where they say. Accept johnny cash. That part doesn't mean that these people like one country artists. It means they don't like country music. Because johnny cash did not make country music for one thing country. Music is good and one of the things that makes country music. Good is your favorite band. Can't fuck in play it because it requires skill and talent not just wearing a certain color of clothing and projecting a certain attitude that plays into pop culture trends of anti hero rebels. Like james dean and the stupidest fucking thing about all these tough guy outlaw country fans saying modern country music is shitty because it doesn't sound like the real country music johnny cash used to make is johnny cash did not make country music and country. Music never sounded like johnny cash. Johnny cash's band could not play country music if you held guns on them. The reason johnny cash's music sounds the way it sounds is because of how bad they are. The producer told them to play fewer notes so they have fewer opportunities to fuck up the note that they were playing ticketing. Ding ticketing ticketing ticketing. Riff on top of that. This is also why when people make fun of cartridge music and they haven't listened to it. The sounds that they make all the sounds that i just made because they think that this is country music. This is fucking country music. Johnny cash does not participate in the country of music. Johnny cash is a stand alone genre of music all on his own. This do put out close to one hundred albums. Were there even one hundred albums in all of grunge. No you could just spend your whole life. Only listening to johnny cash in a lot of people do that because this guy is his own genre of music. If you need to johnny cash's music something other than just johnny cash which is what it is. Call it post rockabilly because that's what it is. It's not country best fair quick quick. I did dress in all black in honor of this episode. So i just wanted to quickly point that out but every day that is true. This is my normal attire. Typically although on the podcasts trying to switch it up a little bit and wearing colorful stuff i will say i it was. I did not grow up listening to country music. I grew up in new york and definitely nobody. I knew listen to country music looking back at it now especially since we've been friends in. I've been exposed to all their projects that you do be yelling listening to things like other artists traditional country it. Johnny cash really doesn't actually fit that mold at all if you were to remove what you know about him like the story of johnny cash if you were just to look bad objectively at his music without the bullshit that comes with johnny cash. It does really just sound like rockabilly. He was from the country and love country music and surrounded himself with other country artists and he used his platform of fame to do great things for the genre of country music his albums. Almost all of the music that recorded was not country music. It just it simply was not so. This is the thing that a lot of people don't realize about country music is country. Music is one of the genre's rock and roll evolved from okay that sonically like when you're listening to it you can hear how the first rock and roll songs were informed by the entire genre of country. Music's existence up to that point that sonically but this is also true as an industry. Rock music did not come into existence and established. Diy vein us and grow as its own culture. What he did was take over country music venues like a fucking parasite number one records of first wave. Rock music came from the country music charts. The rock art is went to where the stages in the people already were which was country music concerts country music. Radio shows rock is started playing music. None of those fucking people wanted to hear and a bunch of screaming idiot. Teenagers heard it on the radio and started showing up annoying the shit out of the original audience and they left. So that's where that's how rock and roll music. That's where it comes from. And that's why. Johnny cash get called the country artists. This is a history. I think of him really more in the vein of like rock and roll which then went on to be like marilyn manson. He paved the way for like the edge lord goofy thing. I can't really write great songs. And i'm not a great musician and i can't really do what i'm doing really well but i can get your attention. Yeah but you know so by the time and comes out and he's got to do crazy shit like i'm gonna cut myself and pull my dick out on peon stage or some bullshit but back in the day. When johnny cash was around all he literally had to dress in black. Yes take some pills and flip the camera off pretty low bar but he really embraced that. Look how edgy. I am and look at the girl screaming for me. You know and it really just kind of made up for his lack of obvious lack of talent. But yeah i mean that's a good song writing. I don't know when you put out one hundred albums. I feel like if you and i were to sit down and write all hundred albums worth of music. There's going to be five songs in there. That are paying. Someone's gonna come along. This is actually great in completely ignored. Ninety five percent our catalog but maybe they'll shoot us so the top of the charts and make movies about us. It's the monkeys in with a typewriter coming up with shakespeare's situation. Absolutely i mean if you throw enough spaghetti at the wall sooner or later you're going to invent the country italy. this is that level. Is that volume of spaghetti. But what you're seeing a lot of fucking. It's a lot of pasta. The thing that you were saying about marilyn manson true. Why do you think it was so easy. For rick rubin to ret con this guy as some kind of pre goff person mean he literally my one of my favorite things. I don't remember. did we talk about this. And the nationals episode. Where people who actually gonna do it do it again here. I just loved the idea that That somebody out there thought there was a johnny cash song like people. But what's funny is easy thing to do to piss someone off pretending i think johnny cash rower and nine inch nails covered if you talk to someone. They say nine inch nails with their favorite band immediately. Say oh my god. It wouldn't work that you have to do johnny cash. No ninety snails fans get pissed about it and when they want residents get credit for writing the song. Yeah but it really works for sure if johnny cash fan like oh my god. My favorite johnny cash song is hurt this song just so good. It's so different than Pity gonna really busy them up. Which is kind of incredible. You just got into something else to like with the five songs. I would say that ninety nine percent of the people walking around in the t shirt with johnny cash given finger no at best ten song recorded the only because one of the things with him is not just a song the live at folsom prison. So or san quentin whichever one they get. Maybe they've got both maybe they know. A whole album's worth of johnny cash songs. I think you're being way generous. I would not be shocked if a majority of people wearing that casher could name five songs. Or if you said can't say a ring of fire you know what i mean. If you took like know the top three songs whatever they would be everyone would know and say okay named five songs. Aren't those of i walk. The line hurt entering a fire. Yeah they're fucked man. There would be they would not know what to say. Oh my god. I forgot how i'm in those shirts were. Oh there's still are. They sell them at the johnny cash using all shit. I should've got one. We should make one. This is like cash but with the dollar sign in it or something like that. This episode is sponsored by the johnny cash museum. Nashville by the way. I don't think we'll be welcome there anymore. See this is the thing though. I would like to to parody that shirt. Would you be giving the finger but people would think that we were serious. Yes yes people are so dumb. I did read a thing that said that that picture was like one of the most or the most ripped off picture and like all of picture history or something like that. It had gone away until rick. Rubin brought a back country radio. Stop playing johnny cash. Because he got old and that's what country radio does to its artist. Kicks him to the fucking curb in order to play bullshit. Like luke bryan. And the american recordings with ruben. Blew up from rock radio and country. Radio did not have anything to do with him coming back so when i think it was heard i'm not sure it might have been comes around one of those songs from american recordings. When it blew up rick rubin took out a full page ad. That was like johnny cash and rick rubin. We'd like to extend their thanks to the country music industry of nashville for their support. And it's johnny cash given the finger. Yeah but like tash was embarrassed by that photo because he was like all christian. Didn't wanna be that guy. That's not the image that he wanted for himself. What a weird thing. 'cause moment of anger and frustration in. It's kind of like the perfect. We think about when that picture was taken to is like flawless perfectly in focus and whatever. So how many albums did they put out the room and things like four albums right. Was it four all covers or something like that right a. He wrote some of the songs. But it's mostly covers. It's weird is. It's a weird thing that happens. You can put out one hundred albums or you can put up four cover albums in one or two two songs on the albums. Really stick out and people think it's like the biggest thing is put out four albums worth of material and there's two songs that stick out. I don't know here's the other thing kind of goes back to the people thinking that he wrote hurt. I think most people who listen to the american recordings know that their covers of rock songs. He's covering soundgarden. Rusty cage is one of the songs covers. People know that because we listen to soundgarden is johnny cash is more popular with rock music fans indians with country music fans for all the reasons that i already mentioned earlier than the american recordings. This is one of those entry level musical artists which means that these guys fans are the kind of eighty to walk around thinking the he wrote everything he sang as far as all the old country hits the. He's saying they think they just assume is a willie nelson situation and they know that he writes some songs so assume that he writes all of the songs And the kind of assholes who think that that makes it more real because he's the one who wrote the songs but he didn't. He did not johnny cash. Did not right ring of fire. And even if he did that is such an incredibly stupid song. It's the beginning of quentin tarantino movie. Although pro murder and ring up our love is a circus act to this guy. How his love like bernie ring of fire. Okay so who would you consider to be a important figure in country music to listen to if you wanna get into real country you say listen to george jones johnny paycheck talk her george jones. George jones what do you think the ven diagram of much further down the road marilyn manson fans wear cash shirts in george jones fan listened to cash shirts with what percentage of their the same. I wouldn't imagine humanity boiler fans of country music where cash. There's going to be some crossover because it was also i mean. His personal life makes johnny cash. Look like a saint george. You literally tried to murder one of his best friends for no reason like he was just on that much cocaine. He tried to murder one of his friends with a gun. He fired a fucking pistol at his best friend. And the only reason it didn't kill him is because the bullet went like two inches below the window into a car door and large there. He came like that close to killing his best friend insane. So you're going to get a lot of damascus. Who think that's like awesome for some reason. You're gonna get some crossover there but if you're talking about like just straight listening to what's on the album's there has never been someone who stop listening to a good george jones album in order to put on their favorite johnny cash album. That's never happened hegel. Hey mark have you ever wanted to make a podcast. I do want to make a podcast. Why why are you asking. Well have you heard of anchor. Because i would say even if you already have a podcast. 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So here's what you need to do. Download the free anchor app right now or you can go to anchor dot. Fm and started today back to the songwriting. I mean the song i walk. The line is almost as bad as the song faithfully by journey as far as some guy grabbing a bullhorn to yell at the whole world about how he would never ever ever ever cheat on his wife. Dude nobody ass if you were going to cheat on your wife today. Why did you write this song. Ps go read a book about johnny cash. Now what is that. What is it. There's a thing in when detectives or interviewing people and they give up too much information because they're guilty is kill that guy exactly. I didn't actually ask sir. I said good morning exactly. It's giving up way too much information you know. I mean i would never cheat on my wife ever. I wouldn't do that. Oh nobody asked. Why are you walking align you feel you feel like you need to walk a line. What do you got to prove. The lyrics are so weird he says i keep a close watch on this heart of mine. My eyes stay open all the time. It sounds like he's terrified that he's gonna lose control of his own body and have to witness himself cheat on his wife. It sounds like the only reason song exists. I mean it. All fairness drugs will do that too. You definitely cheated on his wife times too. So it's yeah man. I saw the movie. Yeah i saw the movie. They show sheeting in that movie. Pretty sure they made him out to be a pretty big asshole on his first wife. With june carter yeah. I'm pretty sure i you know. I don't think they covered everything you think that they did. I don't think that the movie is a love story. That happens to have johnny cash in it. I will say that. I watched the movie. And i was like okay. This is what it is if you really wanted to know what you really have to read about them. I think you really have to read about him like almost killing all condors whatever it was right lighting the woods on fire and almost wiping out an entire species of bird. He did a lot of kind of dumb stuff. There's so many that they didn't talk about any of that stuff in the movie. It really is just the august focused on the love story but the love story even then is kind of fucked up so not only the johnny cash. Fail to write any good songs. The song that he's most famous for he fucking stole and tried to take credit for writing. Yeah folsom prison. Blues is a song called crescent city. Blues johnny straight up stole and he only bothered to change like fifty percent of the lyrics. Yeah barely though. It's pretty it's very obvious it starts with the same line yes. The melody is identical. This is the chorus of crescent city. Blues owned that lonesome whistle if that railroad train was mine. I bet i'd find a man a little farther down the line far from crescent city where. I'd like to stay and i lead that lonesome whistle blow my blues away. This isn't like the radiohead situation. Where some come along and be like. I mean there's only twelve notes in music. It's it was bound to happen like this way too similar. He definitely just stole this song. Which is a very fucked up thing to do. Straight up weird. Al changes more lyrics than he in. Yeah he literally does to sing. He should have said it was. It was parody. I mean obviously some see. The thing is with our social media. How known obviously it happened. Obviously put that shit together back in the day. The song came out and somebody who was like this. Somebody had been pissed. The dude who wrote the original song heard johnny cash song on the it was like. I'm pretty sure this song. And i'm pretty sure i'm not rich right now. So what is happening. What would should have looked it up because he paid them a hundred thousand dollars. Which at the time. I don't know what that would be worth now. Not enough because that song has made fucking ungodly amount of money. It still to this day makes ungodly amount of money. You should have said. I want a certain percentage in perpetuity. Oh yeah that's the way. The dad works leaving. He just paid a hundred grand. That's a radiohead had to do. Or no funding radiohead was training and make. Lana del rey. Do and we should do an episode of all the ripoffs. That have happened like that. It would take forever just call just covering green day's five actual minutes of me. Just reading a list of songs that green day probably did not accidentally coincidentally happened to right so similarly to a bunch of other songs when there's like fifty of them. It might not be an accident. But i for me. I don't read never written a song in my life. We write songs on this show. All the people think this shit is harder. You emmy come up with songs that we did not plan to come up with im- provide songs if you motherfucker that we're now recording that red hot chili peppers christmas song. They came up with on the fly in that episode. Your high. We're gonna record that you're going to buy. What are you going to do when we have a platinum album. Fuck are all the people who think that we only do this podcast. 'cause we're like baiter. What are you gonna do what we have platinum album that we don't even give a shit about which is worse though not having a music career at all. We don't or putting out a hundred albums and then having one of your biggest songs you ever wrote you ripped off what's worse rather right. Nothing a rather not be an artist. The guy who's one of biggest songs. Ever and most notable things he ever did was a fucking rip off if it turns out that you actually have to write a check to the people because you obviously ripped it off. That's the final. Say in the issue. You know what i'm saying like you can argue all day long. I didn't rip it off. Okay what you're writing a hundred thousand dollar to the band which is wayne out enough money and be obvious proof that you're admitting that you ripped it off. It's painfully obvious. The same fucking song by the way. My favorite shit is when people write songs about geographical locations. They clearly don't know anything about like in the bg song massachusetts when the chorus ends with and massachusetts. And it's like okay motherfucker. I kind of assumed that right up until the point where you said it. And now i don't think i do believe in massachusetts. Well shooting some poor son of a bitch in reno nevada just to watch him. Die is not how you get locked up in folsom. Prison in california The other thing. That sucks about this song. A lotta these assholes who think as bad as johnny cash things about shooting a guy just to watch him. Die are the same assholes who will sit on the internet and complain about rap. Music being violent. Yes motherfucker what's worse talking about shooting someone for an extremely good reason like they tried to like. Take your drugs or rob. You were talking about shooting someone for no reason at all just to watch them. Die the excuses that people come up with because they like artists is really bizarre like people that are listening to this. That are actually legitimate. Johnny cash fans that hate gangsta rap or rap in general. Or maybe you don't like marilyn manson or cannibal corpse or quote unquote heavy metal. That's violent in nature. But you like johnny cash like how does that work. I love violent music. So i don't give a shit but i'm pointing out. Hypocrisy see also cocaine blues. Which is straight up about doing drugs and murdering your girlfriend. Yeah a lot of guys longer violent but a lot of the ones that are non violent are so dumb like this guy sensitive. Humor was embarrassing there. There are instances of other artists telling him the he shouldn't record certain songs because he was just making himself look like an idiot. Like there's a song that chicken and black that kristofferson told him not to do he's like dude what are you doing. Don't don't put this. But winning sue is one of the huge five songs that everyone knows. Not only is the song moronic. It goes on forever. It's a joke song and it has ten verses that he's so long no joke song ever is funny enough to deserve ten verses especially when the entire joke is just the title of the song. A boy named sue is the whole joke. It's a boy. His name is sue. Let's write attain. Burst song about that pure punishment like johnny cash tonight. Right that the shel silverstein who had pretty whacky sense of humor. I mean definitely go. Listen to shell silverstein albums instead of johnny cash album. Better time just go to the source. The best song cash wrote is probably big river and even that one uses the same gimmick from. I've been everywhere man where he just list a bunch of cd's so idiots who live in. Those cities can feel cool about johnny cash in the name of the city that i'm from there johnny cash wrote about in the city where i'm from listening to this song. Oh i do feel like we should write a johnny cash taco bell commercial. Oh we should definitely bringing bringing bringing bringing a taco bell. What did he say in the commercial. It's so fucking embarrassing. It's like just a little bit of cash. he keeps he only just need a little bit cash. We're definitely going to put a clip of it in year. Well nobody has four choices purchased a little k- could serve the whole world over no matter who you ask. Taco bell has more choices for just a little cash. You better make a run for the border son. You better make a border dash. We're talking under a dollar. Nobody beats taco bell. Where else you've gone against us with just a little chad again. It's fucking embarrassing. Also when people build their entire when artists when musicians anybody builds their entire image being like a hard ass. I'm a bad boy and then they do like goofy ass. Commercials for any brand is is just always terrible this. I don't remember the names of the companies. But in like the seventies maybe even the sixties johnny cash did a commercial for a gasoline company There are millions of miles of roads in this great country and you can drive down every one of them and never find another gasoline like chemical super premium. He does another commercial for some like environmental pioneer spirit in america today the spirit of conservation people realizing there's just not as much energy as we're used to having could help keep factories working and paycheck's coming in america going strong if we just drive a little slower and heat our homes and businesses a little less. My bad gas commercial is great. Do me a favor real quick. If you're listening to this podcast which you are. Obviously listening to this podcast. You think you're lessening the podcast right. Now they're still listening. Yeah i guess they're listening. Yeah you really need you to subscribe. Wherever you're listening. Hit the subscribe button. Definitely make sure you're subscribed we've got merged now. What shirts pins and stickers and stuff on the website go to our website why. Fps pod dot com. Just do it just do it. That'd be a good slogan for then we should make a shirt okay. Johnny cash used to take a dollar bill. 'cause you know his name cash he's take a dollar bill in weave it into his guitar strings and then just like scratch on the strings like percussion instrument i mean. This dude did not give a fuck about his own music. It's hilarious that anyone else does. Yeah people do man. People really love johnny cash and only johnny cash very common. You know we could probably do an experiment where we go downtown. We live in talking nashville. I don't wanna do this. It would be so depressing. It would probably be more present for you that it would be for me in just interview people on the street and be like who's your favorite country artists. You know it wouldn't even be close not even close it. Would i mean unless it's some more raw nic new country person because those are the idiots who have all the bars down there that people are hanging out. That's what i was seeing like. Get actually some people say other stuff. Anyone going pre y two k off the charts in favor of johnny cash. There's no contest no question. Yeah or go downtown and get her picture taking with every single person wearing a tee shirt. That's that's the most people do people that are wearing shirts like other people wearing cash. It's like when they walk by like you know because it's so common with like hey man shirt at the spiderman me yes. I do have a random idea that i think would be. Funny is when when touring starts back up because we're recording this during covid still is standing outside shows protesting the show. Whatever it would be fun to protest outside some of the bars downtown if you protest outside the johnny cash museum with giant signs. Johnny cash sucks or something dude. I don't know people might fight us. I guess it'd be hard to understand shit. So when are you for halloween. You know the. It's always sunny in philadelphia episode. Where mac goes to the abortion rally to try to pick up women in this sign that he makes as what if jesus was a boarded so i live in springfield missouri for a period of years and in that town. There was this wacko fundamentalist christian dude who everyone knew his wife left him because he was like abusive to her but he would go downtown and on weekends. You go downtown with signs that were like you're all going to hell for drinking and foreign equating and having a good time basically it was like a feature of downtown on the weekends that everyone knew this guy was gonna be there and everyone hated this fucking guy right because clearly a piece of shit right so for halloween one year i thought it would be funny to make the would if jesus was aborted sign using glitter which i did silver glitter on easter blue piece of cardboard and i went in held that sign and not a single fucking person realized that i was joking. I had to cops came up to me and we're like what are you doing really well. I had some friends of mine. What do you do you. And then they just stayed like near me. Like someone's gonna to fucking kill this. I had some friends down the street watching and laughing their asses off like they took video of people were pissed just pissed at me and they just thought i was bad guy like i was one of those guys like that guy. Like real hesitant. It sucks because it would be really funny. We stood outside of a loop bryant show in with the signs of just said death to fake country or something like that or like. Stop seniors shitty music. I have a t shirt. This has fuck luke bryan on it. Because i had a t shirt made to wear this fuck luke bryan on the only one in existence. As far as i know. And every time i wear someone tries to fight me. Yeah not a single fucking person has ever come up to me and defended his music win. It's a dude it's always like. Yeah what he's got more money than you do. That's why they're mad and win it. Oh lady they only want to talk about how good is it. Looks in jeans. They're like yeah he sure can't shake his though now. A single person has come up to me and to defend his music because it's indefensible. I feel the exact same shirt. Said fuck johnny cash. You would have the exact same experience. No you get hurt. I was gonna actually be worse. Yes through yes no for sure especially because people want to be like i'm i'm like johnny cash was so if he would have focused stabbed you and i will to recording. This episode is be best idea or the worst idea that we have had. And then we live in nashville. Were doing a fucking johnny cash episode. Like i have to go to the grocery store. That's true. I do too but more you more you than me. I was gonna call a bunch in this episode and i forgot to. Johnny cat coughed all the time. Did he always does it. Like a nervous tic singing. The way he sang made him have to cough. Okay that or pills. Maybe sure awesome. Yeah boone darna killing borrow murmur. Her mike mostly killing if your favorite band is johnny cash. Your favorite cash. You're welcome for listening to your favorite band sucks. Make sure to share this episode everywhere. You can it sure to be a real good time. I don't really know how it works. But mark has informed me that our merch store now accepts crypto currency. So if you like spending fake money to acquire real things you don't even need just a little cash to basically steal from us. I guess haters will always say it's fake but that story about me. Standing on the street corner with a sign is totally real. And if any of you assholes don't believe me get someone you know in springfield missouri to ask mark awful about it. Let's see let's see. Oh this came up in the episode a little bit which is goth music is all trash so if you made it all the way to the end of this one without throwing out all your black clothing than you may want to think again because when this podcast returns we will be talking all about how much joy division sucks.

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Frank Hill presents his quail droppings jewelry & Johnny plays Ronald Reagan in "Who's on First" skit 1982

The Johnny Carson Show

23:23 min | 1 year ago

Frank Hill presents his quail droppings jewelry & Johnny plays Ronald Reagan in "Who's on First" skit 1982

"Hey everybody welcome back. We're glad you're enjoying these podcasts. I'm we'll trying to the host and this is from May seventh nineteen eighty two. We've got a great show show here and I know you're enjoying listening to him because we've had so many downloads in great reviews so keep up the download and and we appreciate the great reviews. The bad reviews. Well those go fishing being with Freida. If you know the Godfather Reference Anyway this is a fun show. Johnny starts off picking on the audience right off the bat calling him a little bit confused at times and then he goes into into some ex wife jokes with Ed McMahon. It's funny that when I listen to these things Johnny does like to pick on people around him In many cases said in some cases in in this one. It's Tommy NEWSOM. Now Tommy newsom. Was the saxophone player. Who filled in for DOC DOC was off working but Tommy was always quick with a dry comment meant and I enjoy it when he's on the show. Another thing about Johnny is when the audience is not completely with him on a joke. It's funny how he will always kind of Prod the audience against to come around. You Know He. He was great at saving joke. A joke went down the tubes in you know it happens to the best of us. Johnny really knew how to save it and make it work. And that's one of my favorite things to listen to these podcasts. It's funny there's there's topics on the show and think back this one thousand nine hundred eighty two now. There were the discussions of putting prayer back in the schools there were discussions about the EPA. Being out of business and of course there were talk about trouble and violence in the high schools and we even have a reference to relaxing the clean in Arab bill. It seems like everything in history kind of cycles over and over again. So we're going to get to this. PODCAST is a An interview with Frank Hill. Who is a man who specializes in making things outta manure? He's very funny has a lot of homespun humor in his approach and he gets off Zinger on Johnny Right off the bat that you'll get a kick out of then we have a classic Mighty Carson Arts players the mighty carson art players were Sketches that Johnny did with various members members of the troupe as we call it was Theresa Ganz Zell. There was there are a number of actors that played in the Park Carson art players. And they're always go. This sketch is a really a favorite of mine. This is a press briefing where Johnny plays Ronald Reagan and And his meeting Jim who comes in to tell him about an upcoming press briefing. It's really an Oam is if you you know Avocado Stella's who's on first routine. This is a very clever Tribute to that very bit so give a listen enjoy the monologue and as always I thank you for listening and we'll see on the other side and now ladies and gentleman Johnny they are please please please. Please don't stop. Don't you hate to big laws like that. Thank you that ovation I. I'd like to bronze this audience but I see they're already stone Friday night. Crowds are usually our best crowds. And so this is your chance to prove that tonight and keep the record going. This is the The tonight show because she didn't know sometimes people have come in here sometimes. They've gotten in line outside. The thinking is Cards Yorkshire Wheel of Fortune is. This is going to be an exciting show tonight. It didn't mention this but later on the president of ARCO will be out here and blow up my monologue the looking very dapper tonight. You'll have your banker sincere sued on just making the lady tonight. No Victoria was a cheap shot. Doc Severinsen is I guess back in the Las Vegas working at the four. Where's he working Tom? MGM Grand at the MGM Grand Hotels. It just won the MGM Grand L.. Yes it's hyphenated doesn't doesn't hurt too much anyway. Goggle be updated review days and filling. In as Mr Tommy. newsom Tommy's outfit tonight Nice. That's a Swanson's Johnson's TV suit. It comes frozen and foil you just thought out and put it on ready to by by the way. Don't forget this Sunday is mother's Day or you don't forget that one now people say you know you've heard about and you've known me for twenty five years. He'll say I'm kind of distant distant detached cool you don't have to Overdo it your roof now. That's not true right not really no. It's not in fact I frequent frequently. Say Yes when my secretary buses man says Johnny your mother are you in weekly. We'll take that call. You're going to ruin our Friday this test tonight as you probably. We know. I've mentioned the past couple of nights we are in the television. Business is what is known as the rating week periods and this is the time of the month at all when that works hype the ratings by putting on sensational reporting especially on a local news usually a little more sex and violence and you see for example this week Leonard Nimoy away goes in search of the Marquette Assad all right how about this one on sesame street this week now. This is really going too far. Big Bird. Big Bird gets the herpes. The teaches the kids how to spell it. Now let's not been a good week for television and a lot of the shows are being canceled did. Did you read today that Lou grant as been canceled. Yes now the network is cruel in a way they cancel the TV. Show the way it hasn't ask found out about it was they had Charlton Heston telling the The president is making some interesting trips and coming out with some other interesting things now. Use urging prayer in the schools Reagan's calling for a constitutional amendment that would permit voluntary prayer in public schools. And you know this amendment passes. The first thing that kids will do is pray for hot lunches. Well maybe I don't have. Yeah maybe it'd be a good thing. I don't know but schools. Today are a little rougher than the schools. We went to write much. Yeah there's one right here in Hollywood the tough school Vito Corleone High. Let me tell you about Vito Corleone high of one kid dissect excecutive frogs in biology class and from force of habit dump the body on the side of the freeway at night the also the president seems to be killing the Clean Air Act. Did you know that the administration is relaxing. The standards of the Clean Air Act by reducing the automobile. What do they call them? Emission controls nothing to worry about. We're not selling cars anyway. So have you you get a little weary of the food and Drug Administration coming out every other week with a excuse me I said food and drug and I start to cry every week coming out with some new substance that is supposed to cost cancer of cigarettes. They talk about then. What was it peanut butter? They said Bacon Hamburgers if they're broil the too high temperatures. Have you heard the latest. They say that a detergent in some laundry soaps may cause cancer is not a fun thing might be true. I saw a commercial the other night and they were singing ring around the coffin. Well I know I. I saw the problem though I wash all of my skivvies in new all temperature late Israel. I'm glad you're in a good mood tonight because we the mighty Carson our players tonight are going to perform for you and we are going to Actually what we're GONNA do. I guess we can tell them who visit. We're going to have visit President Reagan and his press briefing Gentlemen Gentlemen just a moment by the name of Frank Hill. WHO has an unusual? I guess it's an avocation. I won't even tell you what it is but it is. It is weird so Mr Hill is here. And you're here and we'll be back in just a moment. This audience of course is here tonight to try to win the the audience of the month award Abba chance. And that's that's a shameless thing to do is we have no shame on this show. We're leading our case tonight. We tell about Mr Frank Hill whom I have not met until this moment we found out about him through. I guess a newspaper item. He is from route five union south South Carolina and he modestly bills himself as the maneuver man of South Carolina. Mr Hill is known for making making original handmade artifacts from quail droppings. Let me repeat that they just do it. And thought maybe I had gone bonkers original handmade artifacts from quail droppings and a man like that we wanted to meet. We asked him to join US tonight. So would you welcome from route. Five Union South Carolina Frank O.. Hill have a seat there. See All right real good pretty good size pretty good size man. Thank you frank. You just call me John if you want to yeah My people taught me to call anybody older my missed. So you're dropping a few on me right off There's clearly ammunition or I'm just kidding. All right right back. Where is a say repairs route five but obviously says Union South Carolina Whereas Union Carolina Surburb Lockhart South Carolina as a beautiful state? I understand I've never been to South Carolina. Oh yes Adam Bergen. You can count on in town. Yeah Lot of pretty good sized town you spend most of your life Life down there headed sir. Yes Sir born and raised right then and now a new where to go when I'm home but around here. People move a lot faster than they do. Now it's spread out. It doesn't talk a lot faster Mr than they do now. We don't we gender rush things if you don't have much to say I guess it's all right. Well you'll probably right. I'm both May I. I was thinking about now. They tell me you call yourself the manure man of South Carolina. You Make Handmade artifacts quayle. Now how did you first get interested. The national we even back in the seventies sure gays really started going to price again. Gas went up and a lot of things. I started going to buy that Betcha. After one season I finished my birds and Hutton and all and I had to feel my backup starting the next season and the bill they sent me was for twice as much as the year before you built. They had made a mistake. So I calm said no no this. That's right the soybeans doubled and this doubled and I said Oh my goodness no-now had that huge feed build and I walked him birds in the peon and the heads in the Pan and dropping coming out builder in nature and were never be able to get my money out. That Bird Eagle wait morphine worth. So maybe I could take the drop in you know do something with it and get it out so these were quail were they Israel Quayle Berg and so I thought it'd be a good idea to make some as Jokin someone my Yankee Fan. You know they do frank I have to do a commercial here We Yankees would probably go for that real quick. I do a commercial from one of our sponsors. Come back and talk about this fascinating working wrangle hill from us out. What's the Frank? Not Anything really really want Momma said when I was born the Orange and they have got a problem when I was born a doctor when he spanked me I was sleeping. I've been sliding a lot. It was sent ran out his hand and I hit the Little Red by playing Thailand. Here's what happened to Ooh now about these quail droppings. So you WanNa find something to do with them to make some money so you made them up into kind of jewelry. And I thought you know my Yankee Fan so me a bunch of crap a lot of mine can we show some of these. Because they're they're they're rather fascinating and I'll ask you to. I don't really understand how how this works works this now this year. The car was the largest drop into the playoffs. INESSA Guinness Dropping Names Bill. She died soon after the now. This this is the actual this is the actual thing that came out of her feathered colon here but and you put it inside of a the hazard of some kind of stone. It's plastic rotted great. You know you a little southern comfortable be on the show L. and sale such a newer when you get such a high price. I broke biggest. One the last star. I'm gonNA break the mold. That's a first limited edition and it's just a limited edition. I'm going to break the mold when I get back brewer. It's a it's a big dropping. Yeah Big Dr Groping for a big Guy. I don't think I've ever been so moved. Frank you'll excuse the expression their crop. Ah but I'm kind of the Cartier of Cuko aren't you. I'm outstanding in my field. Are you sure are now making a living. It's instrument well con- is kind of a Mesh live and I mean you know if you black Gopez your wild and I it was fascinating frank. Are you going to stay on here for a while now on. I'm Oh hey it back just about as soon as I can Miss Miss South Carolina. We have. There's some droppings here on C.. No not really Franken Just peak peak in their penguins. And that's what they are okay. It's not it's kind of a gift. Assortment Rank Your Fascinating Gentlemen. I thank you for coming out here. We had a good Time magazine unharvested. They've been real good. It'd be really ended. They say well. Okay I've been a player being out you invested here pretty the GNC not strangers. Just never life. At Manza slicker Boise. Wonderful would not play poker. All I wouldn't yes I would not want to bless him in a more legitimate person. That's not an actor. That's Frankel well hill from South Carolina. We'll be back in a moment. Stay where you are. Now in. President Reagan's last before for press conferences. There's been criticism that the president as a little off on his facts. Some of suggested that the problem was due to inadequate briefing of the president by his staff staff members to see whether or not this is true. Let's go to the Oval Office and listening in on one of those briefing sessions. Well would you. Who would you send in Jim? Baker please Mr President Lousy. GM just sit down down there. Mr President Your press conference is scheduled to begin in an hour so we only have a short time for me to brief you on the kind of subjects that the press may throw at you. Well now well the the environment is on their minds. And I'm I'm sure they'll ask me about my secretary of the Interior. What I said? I'm sure they'll ask me about the secretary to what Jim I just told you. I think they'll ask you about the secretary of the Interior James. What you're scheduled to go swimming with him tomorrow morning at the Y.? Where and why why? That's right with what with what I don't even know with WHO's not who what well now him which let's get straight. I'm I'm going swimming tomorrow with with. Who what where? Why Damage Sir Jim? Let's go on to the Middle East now all I'll need the first name of the head of the MP L. O. that That fat Guy Yasser Actually. I'll need the first his name. The head of Yasser Jim Mitchell. It's nice of you to be polite. But but uh what is his name. No Sir yes. Well you're you're giving me two different answers him now. What is his name? No Sir Yasser Well. Now I I ask you what is the first name. The head of the P. L. O.. And you tell me no share. That's right why didn't you tell me. Yes sir absolutely you got. I got one. He's the Secretary Secretary of the Interior. Jim I don't understand why you're doing Oval Office Baker. Yes you have the head of the Republic of China calling for the President Premier Chung Deng. who was the president who's on the phone the GM? I don't know who's on the phone that is correct. No he's your secretary of the Interior. Now let's let's start all over here very quietly. Just just tell me Jim. ooh Is on the phone who is on the phone. Yes sir that hero. Fat Guy is on the phone no Sir who is what swimming tomorrow morning. Well that's it for this week's podcast asked. I hope you enjoyed it. You know as always realize what a comic genius Johnny Carson Really was. We appreciate your listening. We'll have another one for you next week every week. As a matter of fact we've got a new when coming out so please subscribe. Please feel free to write a review and hopefully will entertain you in the weeks ahead with more fun. PODCASTS will have a few I. We've got Rodney dangerfield coming up next. Then we've got a lot of first time appearances by some big stars this is well Schreiner your host signing off and thanking you for once again listening to the Johnny Carson Show podcast. We'll see you soon.

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Johnny Avello, DraftKings Sportsbook

The Sporting Life with Jeremy Schaap

12:47 min | 1 year ago

Johnny Avello, DraftKings Sportsbook

"Great News there's a quick way you can save money switch to Geico Geico could help you get great coverage at a great price and it only takes fifteen minutes to see if you could save fifteen percent or more more on car insurance go to GEICO DOT com today and see how much you could save. This is the sporting life on. ESPN radio and the ESPN ESPN APP. Here's Jeremy Shop and as we approach the big bowl games super bowl. It's a time of the year when a lot of Americans think about and participate in sports. Wagering it is much easier to do so now legally than it was even a couple of years ago where the Supreme Court Decision Fission which allowed legal sports wagering outside of the state of the Vata. Some states have already embraced the model in her doing well with it. Others have embraced it or are not doing as well as they had hoped. Discuss some of those issues. We welcome the head of the Sports Book for Draft Kings. Johnny Avello Johnny. Thank you for joining us. Welcome Jeremy Johnny. A couple months ago talking to Chris Christie on outside the lines he was a champion of legalizing sports wagering during in New Jersey and other places and he described as a success story particularly from New Jersey. Big Picture her. How do you think the the advent of widespread legalized sports wagering in the US beyond the state of the Vata last last couple of years is going? I say it's going very well. Remember now wish we opened up in New Jersey back in July of the two thousand eighteen. That was our first Dive into sportsbook wagering Jersey's just been a huge success Now now since then we've certainly opened other jurisdictions some on the digital side some on the point of sale Your retail is they. I'd like to call it where the consumer has to walk up to the counter and make a wager but in all the jurisdictions that we've stepped in everything think's going very well so dance your question. I guess we're one word successful. Why why are some models working better than others? Is it mostly about the availability of online wagering if you happen to be Geo Tagged in New Jersey. No question that the digital side or the mobile side is the more successful model Now just think about that for a SEC. When and you you Approach state you're within that state's boundaries. You can actually download the APP. You can fund it and you're off and running with your wagers And some other areas you have to actually go into a vocation sometimes drive drive you know quite a bit of time to get there and then go walk up to the counter walk up to a kiosk and make your wager so that is not going in a track. The masses That's that works because you know we've done that in Nevada for years But the the digital piece to me is the part of the equation. It really gives it to springboard. We're speaking with Johnny Avello. He's the head of the Sports Book for Draft Kings. Where you know what what is the? What is the goal here for people in the industry I mean how? How do they wanna see people accessing the ability to wager on sports? What is kind of is? Obviously everybody's phone. Everything's everybody's phone right now but is it through. Specific companies is like like draft kings. Is it through the states themselves. Who is really going to be the interface as in this industry grows? Well you're asking a guy that works for draft. He's in my opinion. It's draftking drift cakes. Draft Cakes I think we have the finest Mobile APPs out there digital product So you know you ask where I think You know we're I want it to go where I wanted to continue to move forward is People to experience the draft yet so now the reason I say that of course I'm biased just to our company but we do have a great content Easy to use application You know we're going to keep expanding and so where are we going. We're just going to keep moving forward and being in places that WanNa have is which I think is most And so you know the plan versus versus just to keep moving forward so I guess you know just to answer your question what do you what do you WANNA use. I think you WANNA use draft kings. I think we're doing everything right or continue to improve and It's just full steam ahead for us. Well I I guess I should put it this way johnny in terms of you know you're you're all offering the service. Basically what are the bells and whistles that are gonNA drive somebody to say draft kings as opposed to William Hill. You know once they've got got something up and running this comparable. Yeah I think we have more content than anybody I and the in game wagering is an important piece piece Now you know. We've signed some deals with PGA And so in in a in other sports you know major sports outlet so uh that this endgame wagering piece is an important part of all of this people are able to wager on The game within the game And and I think that's going to be where the future is long-term people are going to continue to to play that way and I and I noticed and I want to talk to people. They say well you. You know I'm not GonNa bet this game Before it starts. I'm going to bet this game after it starts because I'm not so sure if I the point spread is right so I'm going to wait and see what happens early in the game. Then I'm going to jump in so I think the engaging piece is that is the the part that still has quite a bit of growth with yet. We're speaking with Johnny Avello. He runs a sportsbook at draft kings from Las Vegas and as I mentioned at the top. You know we've got the because bowl games coming up. We got the super bowl coming up the NFL playoffs in a few weeks. What is this time of year like for you? Now that there's this new component to the industry outside of Las Vegas and Nevada It's still hectic for me You know those bowl games were released on Sunday and we had to get those up as quick as possible You know and it took the crew few hours we all that our heads together and made number. So that's a hectic time now that those numbers are up. Now it's just a daily It's a daily Grind signed with the College football and college basketball and pro basketball So it's not a lot's changed for me You know it's still it's still You know being in a hectic the one thing that has changed for me I guess is that Not really on the floor anymore. And I'm not actually you know down with the customers. So now I'm more in office with my crew You know formulating formulating. Odds are definitely yeah so in that respect it has changed a bit. you give us a sense Johnny again. It's only been under two years since since we've seen the effects of the Supreme Court ruling allowing a sports wagering outside and Nevada and we've seen some states immediately get on board others others have plans to do so few I guess a resisting but how much bigger is the legal sports wagering business now than it was before this got started a year and a half ago I think we're just touching the surface You know there. There's a few quite a few states on board but there's a lot more to come some are still in the in the process of passing Legislat- legislation. Some have passed. Some you know start until next year So you know. We're just getting started. Jeremy It's you know Jersey's a big state and handles great there and in other places we've gone Just recently you know. Pennsylvania and Indiana You know business has been great but I think we're just a we're just at the start of all this. Yes I mean you know. We're we're probably only Maybe twelve to fifteen percent through all the states that can possibly come on board food and At some point I gotta think that all states are going to participate maybe not all but a ninety percent I believe are going to so. It's really deep the tension when a state is making this decision about whether to legalize sports wagering about The adverse effects of more widespread sidespread wagering. Most people agree if you legalize it where people are going to do it. And at the same time you're eliminating or you're limiting a lot of the motivation vacation to participate in illegal wagering in the state will benefit because it doesn't collect obviously any taxes on the illegal wagering portion does that really The debate the subject of the debate We're states haven't made a decision whether they want to see gambling more widespread and more available which is what will happen or if it's happening anyway let's at least make some revenue on it and control it states. Had I don't know sometimes what the motivation Asian is or isn't for the states Sometimes they're just a little bit slow you know to get it going into To introduce it to put it up for vote You know so. It's not. Everybody is is aggressive and wants it now Summer kind of a wait and see type of mode so When I think when they're when they watch it they see how it's evolving and they see how You know how we really we have strong compliance issues and You know how we continuously tried to do everything right As far as whether whether it be some you know gambling you know handling people that problem gambling. We try to do everything. We possibly can to adhere to the right right things to do. And what would a state with WANNA see. So I tell those states just have been on the sideline Just waiting to see how this thing goes. But if you've seen over the past year and a half now you can see that That runs well. That it's it's fun for People that live in your state and you you know there's money for the state to be made. There's you know there's also very sophisticated. Gamblers out there that uh that liked the play and I know they're very happy. Be That we've opened up in additional states You know gives them more opportunities to play so I always see it as as fun and entertainment and and we have. We've actually done that aspect of two. We've done last year in New Jersey. We did the Oscars and we did the EMMYS offering odds on both of those entities. Ladies and You know they were successful in that. Brought in a whole new type of wager more. I think there were more female. Signed up at that time than any other time on our APP. Yeah well it's only getting bigger Online wagering wagering. Outside of the state of Nevada New Jersey Johnny Avello is certainly the In the forefront of those efforts he is the head of the Sports Book for Draft Kings which is one of the big APPs on which you can wager. It's GonNa be a busy month for you. And of course March madness right around the corner johnny. Thank you for joining us go. You're welcome Jeremy. Thank you for having me. I'm Jeremy Shop and you can listen to new editions. 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Oprah Winfrey begins her successful career, Jerry Seinfeld shares his fears, February 21, 1986

The Johnny Carson Show

20:25 min | 1 year ago

Oprah Winfrey begins her successful career, Jerry Seinfeld shares his fears, February 21, 1986

"Hey thanks so much for tuning into another episode of the Johnny Carson Show podcast. My name is will Schreiner and I'm glad to be along with you today. This whole month of March. We're GONNA be featuring some of the most entertaining and prominent women that have appeared on the show over the years. So you want to check in with us all month to listen to some of the great guests that will have on. This show is from February of nineteen eighty six and it features Oprah Winfrey and another great Jerry Seinfeld so tune in. I hope you enjoy it and make sure you listen all month because we're going to feature some of the great women who have appeared on the show over the many years of the Johnny Carson show the other side and now ladies and gentlemen jogging. That's very nice of you but you set off the metal detector. Would you remove your keys and try it again? Please you're in one of mood tonight. Thank you for coming. We had let me tell you you can never tell when you do the show. What kind of went audience you're going to have last night. We had what I would call a mean audience during the monologue right in the middle of Monologue. A guy in a commando outfit stood up and said Go. Take him down you read about Fernando Valenzuela lot of ballplayers I guess in Arbitration Pitcher for the dodgers Fernando Valenzuela just signed a contract for multi millions of dollars over a million dollars a year with the team. He is so risky. Just Green Gold Card a gold green card great day. Wonderful Joke writes down. The tubes jazz got a Green Gold Card. I couldn't say gold green only just flip those words around and you'll love that joke on the way home now. Sometimes on I realized a lottery you from out of town and you want to think of things to do from time to time. We like to give you some suggestions rather than the normal things you would see. I suggest you go to the Fairfax Cinema this week. They have a new film. It's about a Jewish anti-terrorist unit. Call the Grefell to force in the film in the film their job is to rescue a guy named Murray lying to Miami and forced to eat a non kosher meal it is Anna Stars. Chuck Norris has cousin Morris Norris better than Gold Green Card. I said I could have said I could have said Norris Morrison allows that went up. Did you know they're working on a sequel to the Delta Force? I don't know if you've seen it or not called Delta Force to in this one the Delta Force rescue shelley winters from a big MAC attack. Anyway tonight we've got a really interesting show for you. We have a delightful young lady. Who has her own talk? Show which is syndicated around the country and she was just nominated for an academy award in the color. Purple Oprah Winfrey Funny Young Comedian. Jerry Seinfeld is with US tonight. Time once again for that visit of from the east the all knowing all seeing all telling famous seer Sade Soothsayer and former Marimba player with the exotic who got Orchestra Kayak Welcome. Oh great sear. It is so good to see you again in a long time. Since you've switched your here tonight I hold in my hands. The envelopes child of four could see these envelopes are her medically sealed. They've been kept in a mayonnaise jar and funk in Wagner's porch since noon today. No one knows the contents of these envelopes. But you and your mystical and borderline divine way Atlanta's. The answers having never heard the question. Shut up let's get to it. Aren't that good. A TESTY BOO BOO envelope number. One hermetically see my I have I have. I don't care silence as I time Cornick gets that the answer. This question hermetically see. We're not GONNA get away with this kind of the year baby last simple. The question is once in a blue moon once in a blue moon. Have you ever seen a naked smurfs? Herbalife verbalize what is Burger? King decided not to give Betamax bigger. Max what comes after Alpha Morris. Either Max what is the plural of Moose moral fiber moral fiber? What is Jerry Falwell? Take for constipation. Sonny and Cher noble things people have stopped talking about Princess di Princess Di. What happens when you take away? Jewish American girls charge cards New Light for Karnak. Kaka doodle do. What's the most dangerous thing you can do with a loaded rooster? That's on the next one. I hold in my hand. The last envelope. You're right seatbelts. Ed McMahon and Martha raise teeth named something in a car. Something in a bar and something in a jar. Guess he's a very popular young comedian and Jerry Lee appearing at Zanies in Chicago Name Comedy Club. Beggary Twenty six through the second of March. Would you welcome Jerry Seinfeld? Iq Very much thank you. Thank you nice to nice to see you here. You know you look pretty good you do you look nice and calm down from President's Day. The excitement the drama. Quite a holiday out of the costumes parties. I'm just kind of gathering myself at all. I mean we're putting too much pressure on that one day to have a good time. Don't you think it's build it up and then I stayed home the whole day. Not one trick or treater tire trick or treat tricky. I used to like that. Tricky member Halloween. That was a year. I thought I would have really good Halloween. My mother got me the Superman Halloween costume. That was the role I always felt. I was born to play. He knows costumes coming in the box. Though with the sulfate top and the mass with the rubber band that lasts about a half a second. You know you go to your first house trick or it snapped. I don't believe it I got it now. The truth of this story is I got the costume which was great but it was a little call that you my mother made me wear my winter coat over the costume because it was cold so I went out with the coat and the little red pants flapping on the bottom. You know it's not really the superhero. Look I was going for it. I don't think Superman ever said to lois. Lane is a chilly. Should I take a light jacket? You think I do have to leap a building in a single bound and I wanna get a sore throat. I got the bullet races this weekend. And all so you go round and I don't know the end of the end of the night you know you're carrying that big. You're doing a lot of walk in there. And by the end of the night you know some of the fun of the the whole idea kind of wears off and you get a little put out ringing those doorbells you know. The lady comes to the door always with the same questions. What are you supposed to be? I'm supposed to be done by now. Just moving along here with the three. Got Eight houses to hit on this blog lady. I got eggs balloons to throw. I'm just trying to get off my feet by eleven. That little white bag sometimes a little white bear with a little Halloween printing on twisted on the top. That's going to be some crap candy wanting to see it as they're putting it in the bag. What does that little orange marshmallow shaped like? A big peanut. Yeah I got all the doorstops. I need right now. Inventing Kids Candy has gotta be. That's gotta be funny just complete Nutritional Leeway. We had candy jaw breakers. Do you remember this jaw. Breakers this is the name of the product. Joe Breakers Cement balls little cement balls. If you tried to buy it you could break your jaw. We've got this great twenty five cents per chance at serious injury value in the kid. I don't know why you'd take chances in life. You just this tie. This is a chance. I don't know I took this chain. Ica They got blue tie would have been fine. No I took a risk. No reason risk for no reason. I went skydiving seventeen or something. I wasn't getting into the sport I did. It just to do is a great thing to do to your parents. They love this. They've just spent seventeen years trying to protect you from every conceivable physical harm. I come downstairs Mom Dad. It's pretty Nice Day. What do you say we risk whole ball of wax right now? You've invested your whole soul. Let's roll the dice. I go up. In a couple of thousand feet a hurled myself I attempt to operate the parachute correctly and avoid plummeting to an almost certain. Can you lend me the seventy five bucks for this or what they let me go? I had to wear the winter coat but I did. And this is the point that I'm trying to make here but you can do what you want in life. We are now adults. We worked hard. We made it to that. We waited to get to this point that we're all at right now getting mail parallel parking cookies without asking. This is the power you can go home tonight and screw around that thermostat. All you like. I didn't touch a Thermostat till I was twenty. Eight years old I was I was. I was in a hotel room when I finally got up the guts. I made it a little warmer the whole nine. I told my father was gonNA come in who touch thermostat. Set it there for a reason. That's my dad. I set it there for the. What is the reason that? What is the reason you would never tell me the reasons for years? I waited to hear the reason one day he did finally sit me down. Told me this whole story the sperm the egg intercourse. I said Dad who cares. Get to the part about the thermostat. What does it really control? Thank you very much. Thank you very good. Good humour you you come from large family. Well no small family but you know when you have those big gathering if you if you find everyone in your family. It's going to be big. We just had one of those and it's just you know the excitement's going to start when your mother says let's all go sit in the living room. Did you get enough to eat? And they call the living room was. That's really the only activity used to stain in there. You're just living in L. Let's finish popping living sure death still living. We'll take a break. We'll be right back back. I'm sure a lot of you. Already know Oprah Winfrey. She's a very outspoken talented lady. Who hosts her own syndicated talk? Show called the Oprah Winfrey show this year. She made her movie debut in Steven. Spielberg's the color purple and was nominated for an academy award. Would you welcome Oprah Winfrey under tonight? Johnny Carson in Ed McMahon onto see comedians. Have an insecurity complex. Thank you to meet you. I'm not funny not GonNa pick on you tonight. I wanted to tell you there's this. There's this author feeling just before you come out of the curtain you know and I came with my lawyer one of my producers and I had asked her before the show to go out and give me some pantyhose because they had to run you know and she got a size too small so I was just as I was standing there i. They slid down Patios. Yeah that's a horrible feeling when you're on the tonight show with Johnny Carson in your pantyhose a right here but feeling feeling I hope never to have a bad feeling anyway on delighted to meet you. What did I pronounce your name correctly? Indeed Oprah Winfrey. Most people. Don't most people don't I don't know why that's not a difficult name? Hayek our stuff but I think it's because there's harpole backwards harpo backwards. Oprah is horrible backwards and because of that age people think that there's a sound okay and so. I Call Ofri Okra. Offer the walking down the street the Guy Said. Oh No Williams. Nice to see you so ohno on. They'll know you now though. I hope you've had an amazing success. The last couple of years. You're showing beautifully all over the country. Yeah you have a natural ability for don't you? Well I think you feel comfortable when I see. You just seems to flow. Yeah I think so. I think that what works best in television as you know the master of us all as you know is is your ability to feel comfortable in front of the camera and I feel real good except there are days. There are days and nights. I'm sure you've been through these when you know you have died seven minutes into the show I had. I had a green gold card issue. There's no reading it. I don't think you learn that ability. If you'll come from I think you would just you just naturally have it? I don't think you can go to school and say here's a way you feeling school. You'd be yourself be yourself. And that's what works and we do all kinds of great shows. We're sold one hundred twenty five markets now and. I'm really excited about that. Starting September will be here in. La would you rather be a gift or would you rather be asking the questions? I'd much rather be asking me to. What'd You I've done a couple of shows I was on David Letterman show over David and I was on with David Frost a few years ago and Barbara. Walters and I felt very uncomfortable. Why is that? Don't understand the rules? I ask the questions because you think they're going to ask you something. Are you going to to Tell them something that you really didn't want to. I think I'm a rather guarded individual Or think I'm proud to be private and I always feel that. Somebody's going to intrude. And you've got to put that wall up. Yeah it's much easier. I guess if you you're in control of the situation certainly certainly certainly that was one of my things when I was doing culpable. I felt totally out of control because being an environment know sheriffs to talk show host every day all of a sudden you with Steven Spielberg and he'll totally out of Control and prof actors who acted professionally before absolutely and this is your first movie. It was amazing. Feel well I was pretty terrified. I mean at one point I remember walking onto set because the first day for scene was mine and I was so terrified that I tried to stand with my legs apart so that when my knees would move my whole body. I was really but you know Stephen helped us all. I think when you when you were a little girl watching television what did you watch? Do you remember when you leave it to beaver legal? Don't that was that your leave it to beaver? I remember the first time I saw Diana. Ross on the Ed Sullivan show too was great because we were colored people in and it's right. Yeah your color and everyone in the neighborhood called up and said colored people are people and I never seen really unusual. You know so I saw Diana Ross and I thought Gee I want to do that. Dream has been fulfilled is great. Where do you go from here? What what's next one? I'm doing native son with Acoustic. Who was audience? Yes yeah little. Acoustic issued a little prince insurance. So who's doing native side and also I think Brian Johnny is doing Jodi pages. Some excited about that. I'm doing my show. Eighteen got everything going on Bush. That's it. I hope you enjoyed today's show. All month will be saluting famous and prominent women who have appeared on the show so subscribe. Check US OUT ON. A regular basis. We'll be here every week with a new show until then this is your host will schreiner signing off. Thanks for listening.

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EP111: Why Johnny BaBa is Taking Barber Training to the Next Level

How To Cut It in the Hairdressing Industry

1:05:51 hr | 2 years ago

EP111: Why Johnny BaBa is Taking Barber Training to the Next Level

"This is not in the hedge an industry poker show we've done episode number what her eleven to how to cut in the head Jesse Industry Guscott justice show you that gives you the insights and information to take your handwriting and the next level as your host dumb sh hey welcome back to two in the headdress in industry show with myself dumblane episode number one hundred and eleven and until I'd say that you are listening to the U._K.'s number one rated and original pucker show for the hair <music>. I'm Barbara in industry on the podcast today. What Johnny Baba is taking barber training to the next level and if you like what you hear make sure to subscribe to get new episodes every Monday morning this week on and will to cut it in our talk Jesus we're going to do here? I've got to do something number one to protect what I've been you know be to actually grow motto built and see is to future-proof my own business. You know how do you do you. You know what I mean. So what you do only wanting you can't do you gotta growing from the inside. That's what all degrades have gone so that's Johnny Baba who's going to be coming up very surely in today's episode but before we head off into that I just want to give a shoutout to our friends and sponsors the House of Critique podcast Kito Caesar's who are provided some of the most beautiful scissors on the market today created from precious materials Japanese still and did you know that each pair of Akito scissors takes is two weeks to make that really is good knowledge to know that you are using some of the best scissors on the market today in the industry now if any of you interested in purchasing a pair of this as they have a ten percent discount code for you on their Freedoms Susan whichever right is and their spirits scissors which the left is as well as selected scissors from Kito range now to take them upon this offer or you have to do is to create an account ads Akito scissors dot com now as well as making an account received this ten percent discount they also have a content plan does planned over the next year the is going to be centered around providing free education to start a so gambled with it says so much it's going to be going on with Akito. Caesar's the it's it's just a lot more than a pair of his as you really are entering into a group of exclusive hairdressers with so many exciting things plan so get onboard so Akito scissors visas dot com moving into today's episode. We have Johnny Shanna better known as Johnny Baba who's the CO founder of Baba U._k.. And this is the second time we had johnny come onto the show in episode Twenty Twenty One <hes> we learn about his stored and brilliant story and his rise in the barber in industry which is well worthless and so after this episode today do go back and episode out but this one is centered around Janis New Academy and his force on Barbour training because he is looking to take in his to the next level and what you here in this episode. The reason that is setup. This academy is about training within is really good insight. It may give you some ideas of your Barbara Hairdresser. It doesn't matter but it's why he's training within so this is a great listen. It could help with recruiting problems that many of us may experience but also sprinkled Rinku into this is Janis opinions whether you agree with Johnny or not you can't help but take notice of what he has disease very honest. He's very up from and I love it. I think is great. I think opinions if they're valid a really really worth listening to a Johnny has aren't stripes in industry and I think he's earned his place to give his honest opinions so is a great topic whenever you got Johnny Baba on the podcast. You are GonNa love what he says so we're we're GONNA get straightened. Today's episode hundred eleven with Johnny Barber of Bob Barber U._K.. Really excited to bring back onto the how to cut it podcast for the second time he joins a red group does Aziz man because I'm delighted to bring on the legend. Is Johnny Shanahan or Johnny Baba Johnny Welcome back to how to cut it down. How we doing okay brilliant I always excited to to you and I would just have a little catch up before before coming on live and yeah just having a little catch up on where things I mean so we bought you on? I don't know if you remember we lower spy spoke back in August two thousand seventeen. I Dunno where that wells gone for our listeners who want the story three to Johnny Go and Chat Episode Twenty One. We'll put link in the show so so much was going on view. Johnny and we had a brilliant time to continue we learn view and so what's been going on. We're Baba's since we last spoke in two thousand seventeen <hes> really loud in fact. We're just really trying to grow us. Try Try to steady and grow at the same time which is it's quite difficult thing to do challenging and enjoying at the same time all <hes> we've since we've spoken we've often to more stores for in Seoul in London and one inhale in Cheshire which is South Manchester and we've just opened our I wanna say just opened emphasis expose since last January first academy again in Manchester and his from strength <unk> between training our own new apprentices end private courses and you know all funds off in all so it's it's been very very busy <hes> I'm used. I'm so used to being busy now. I don't think I'd know do her. Wasn't you know but I do think there's a big difference between busy and being productive and I think you know for a long time. I was busy food and now it kind of look at them in a position. Where can I can focus more on what I need to be focused and you know we've greats such great team around us? Now you know what I mean to the infrastructure is getting bigger and bigger and stronger and stronger so we've allowed really really key players in the in the company that are really really had been squatting to where we need to be no I it's been good because I've been watching the the journey of you off a follow. You'll religiously on on instagram so today I do you WanNa learn a little bit more by Your Academy what you do because in today's conversation John I wanna get your thoughts on on the training aspect of men's hairdressing because it can be quite varied. Avi would say maybe a rise of a few academies that maybe I would imagine you may not be to approving of. We'll get into that in a bit but just to the Barber Bob around. So how many shops have you now got seven grown as you wanted probably too quickly. If I'm if I'm being brutally honest you know I think if I could jump into a time machine do it all again. You know certain things that we do the same certain things doing differently. I think you know a lot other times. You get excited and you get caught up in this growth of having noted shops and you forget this with those shops. You also need to staff you know and not just staff. You know what I mean. When you're trying to grow Brenton like I'm trying to do you know and I think everybody? Nobody likes thinking instead of as a brand. You know thinking business as a brand because you know it's it's like Gordon Moore now. You know you forget that you have to have you have to have people who want the same things as you do. You have a hundred shops but if you got a hundred shops with one hundred different ethos and one hundred different managers you know looking after a thousand different staff but all those guys WanNa do something completely different D'Amato i want do as the brand leader you know then you're gonNA run into a lot of trouble you know and for me Johnny Y'all yeah of course yeah I mean because from the outlook you know people barbs twice. Ice Is quite flashy in sense that you know it's it's a highly visible brand. You know <hes> from a consumer point of view you know to shops are beautiful. You know the the guys walking. We've a lot of really really cool characters. There's walking within the store. You know so people tend to notices right and everybody's is the idea say everybody I mean a lot of people like the idea of working there right when they get there and we do the interviewing like everybody when you're doing an interview for a job you you tell the person interviewing you exactly what to want the because we want to get that job but you know you might have an ulterior motive you just WanNa get in there and as I said in the past that asked interviewed a certain things we don't do it shop certain haircuts we don't do you know <hes> and that's the type of bothering or here cutting whatever you WANNA call it men's hairdressing whatever labor you WanNa put on us that we do. It's very very classic and when I say classic I don't mean Cassock in a sense of the trend of the classic haircut said everything was just high entice for degrees in brushback off the head. I mean classic is in pure technique driven <hes> technique based. That's the type walkway to we don't really do you say you know I have softened my my approach to a degree you know <hes> I'm not again you know kind of Latino certain customers wanting to certain things and once it's within the boundaries of what I stand for as as <hes> as a barbara in his a again brand builder. I'm pretty okay with like there was a time where we we would do undercuts certain type of owning because the ones that really you know really really high of over it around ahead and the hair just flopping down overs. You know we wouldn't do whether someone had one or not but as time went by you know we kind of got to get manage a spokesman about his head right okay this <unk> somebody already had known record say just for example whereas before would had one shop to shocks it would lose a farm no-not. We don't do them. You know <hes> and as time went down is somebody already has one say always saw John so when you say that to a customer what kind of reaction I would you get when you decide what we're not doing that type of heck when again. There's a way of saying yeah we we explained to them type before that we do most people already know but you know and we had we ought to us you know because sometimes it doesn't grow out so well. Sometimes it doesn't look as Nice as people think it does. Look doc in their heads. You know people think they might be different than the reality. You must have johnny. Suddenly you talk about but you know again but I saw from my approach and at at the end of the day you know businesses business customers customers in the costumer million dollars be right. You know unfortunately he's always going to be customer knee. What else costumers we don't have a business so I have softened my approach and that kind of stuff and but fought again? We don't do crazy stuff. We don't go shave nine hundred guys heads. I said this before you incredibly tasteful in your work and and I say that being genuine win on look men's men's hairdressers Baba's you guys particularly you know what you do for the brand. Janis is just like a cool and and I might references well because I could make it but <hes> you was cut inherit a what was it an audience with even with live with actually when we had J._p.. Camonte show a few weeks back in I'd love to mighty assume the hacker that you've done and really sums up. I think you and the barber prime because this is not a haircut that you just see all the time is it this is this not technique driven to the best I mean just described that haircut from listeners. What you've done it is it's it was it was a really really am? I am role models but again it was a suitable haircut for the Guy <hes> Matthew my ma I know Matt you a longtime. Yes US walk for me in specialist fun to house for White you know and it's all of men's tares audible suitability. It's about if it sued somebody if it Susie overlooked matthew rocks around London they're like people notice him. He dresses. You know like something that's literally fell out of the seventy. S You know the main he carries he accounts <unk> and that's the type of hair that he has. You wouldn't do that on Jimmy d accountant I mean that's not you wouldn't do it for the sake just doing the haircuts. You know what I mean. It's it's it's very very suitable very very cool and you know it's. I think it's for him Johnson what I'm saying that there's so many Bob as if I'm being honest the probably wouldn't be technically good enough have to do that type haircut again you know. I think it's the reason there's a lot of bringing bars out. I mean excellent excellent bars understand because I'm just saying hey just as general but you you may know where meaning on this yea again and taste is completely different gentlemen. I think Jay touched on that. The Nas time you were there if especially a men's here rise because you know most men you know have three four five inches of hair. You know what I mean and let's face. It is only zone so much you can do with three inches clause but yeah I get that. That's the rumor rights not that I know you're it. You know so it's it's <hes> comes down to taste you know an accomplice down to suitability you and you know if you take Nica so important to learn how to retain <music> something and to learn how to teach something but if you keep something purely on technique especially with men because they have got strong air patterns today have you double crowns and you'd have you know kinks into fringes and you might have jumps at the back of the hair line which can be a little bit not easier but you know more pleasing to cover up on dates here because it is longer more way towards unders more face to height you know when it comes to hiding imperfections in somebody's haircut not necessarily already to walk you know so if you just rely purely on technique on a man's haircut you might get into trouble. You know you might show so. That's why you gotTa Kinda. Use Your at this. You know so I always talk about hairdresser. Technique matched reached with Barbara's I guess would you know that would be literally like a tour to force would actually change nothing evidence when I said about a lot about as you wouldn't be qualified but there is conduct. There's there's a lot you dial of guys at a really transferred out hairdressing into the men's Zimbabwean game and they've done that really really well. Did you get what do we get from. That's where it came from for me. I mean I've always fascinated by hairdressers fascinated by this that technical skin to possess. You know what I mean you speak forever to the amount of genus the amount of skill. That's in this country alone. You talk about my one country because Britain's addresses over there. You know you're white even cause fires America Russia's combing through in a massive way now. Is it Asia's huge. You know what I mean like to so watch Tattoo Delta. It's actually it's Britain but it's actually worry because you know what I mean. It's harder and harder is getting harder and harder to stand Dole's as a business be a teacher Orange Kate or whatever labor able you want to give herself as somebody who owns an academy you know who who's literally you know touting for business all the time to get students and adore you know people have more much more and that much later options than they used to have yes and that brings us some because I agree completely. It's really competitive out there everyone because our attentions in dragged everywhere and you know it's given rise for people to showcase at talent whatever they are and that's great but <hes> you know people like yourself who the top of the game of GonNa keep at that top of the game and you get deciding swiping academy. was that a big thing. What did you want to the first and foremost main reason behind the academy was to actually trained people and to attract people who wanted to work for a me be thrived robber Bryant right and to do to type before we wanted to do you want to teach type of work so we wanted to do you know and because bothering a such so popular no right and there is so many Britain barbers out there you know but anybody who is that good generally is a happy where they are or be boxed themselves right so I found pood- of employing of employers hadn't was getting smaller and smaller and smaller smarter when I first opened the first one in Manchester I I must have had a hundred? C._V.'s site through Liverpool was the same had so many people want to walk their leads London you know once I got to Birmingham which was like three years ago. You know what I mean. It was like okay. I'm African this fantastic shop you know I mean we really really pushed aboard out in the Birmingham store and all of a sudden suddenness thinking where's all T._V.'s. Why doesn't he talked? Is it me to peak not want to work for me more but you Hannity. was you know it was an invisible. I got the reputation being really rehired knows that got the reputation been really strict you you know he won't let you do what you want to do. And you know obviously in a lot of stuff back through the grapevine that I was too strict Novas to this to you know I mean but also down the street to his next shop you know across town was Gordon Shop and down at Soy Lane. It was a brilliant shop as well. It wasn't the only game in town in our talk Jesus when we're going to do here. I've got to do something number one to protect what I've been you know be to actually grow tomato built and see is to future-proof my own business. You know how do you do you know what I mean so what you do. There's only one thing you can do you gotta growing from the inside. That's what all degrades have done. This assumes did his twenty in guy. Did it rushed it as Hob did it. You know what I mean and that's why I often. Did you know just two things look s when I tried to be better than my competitor is a hairdressers hair salons here brands what they've done and be restaurants hospitality brands. I'm I'm fascinated by hospitality. You know and that's what I've tried to put my stamp on. I've tried to put the Glamour of hairdressing you know with the with the warmth hospitality brand but also but the skill barbershop and that's it isn't I've said it does time and time again you know here is hair. Haircut is a haircut but you know technique is technique. You know so what what differentiates you from a hairdressing salon is atmosphere. You know and that's what I think. Is Somebody <music> on it over here on big old hairston. There's I can do to aggregate any shop. You know somebody wants barshop atmosphere. You know lit bit extra. I believe we have been extra. We had a service. We have that <unk>. We have this extra bit of punch for the Glamour Bit Cheeky. You know it's an bit cheeky the brand Germain you know it's not for everybody said definite very stark but don't Wanna be everybody so that's fine you know but you know when you come into the store. You'RE GONNA get great haircuts. Put you might hear some you know choice. Language Not Oughta time not all the time compensation is dead buddy costumers. We don't actually we don't just stash out in the screaming <unk> tone but you know there's no topic off-limits in there. Sometimes you know what I mean. That's that's all it was what I wanted you know but at the same time on Oh my audience you know I know how to behave myself. I know how to I know how to treat the people you know I I believe I know how to treatment and I believe I know how may want to look. I believe I know what may want you know and as a philosophy you want to bring into obviously your son but to the staff that you're going to employ toy you signed this academy that you earn been so when you openness academy was this for just your say within and as you were saying you wanted to grow within originally yeah originally originally that Jeff and it's working very very wet actually <hes> so I kinda developed a system. <hes> I believe is to complete barbershop system right. It's not going to teach you everything but it's GonNa teach you everything. We need to get onto shopfloor right and I've always believed that that you do your learning in the classroom. You know you learn your technique Nicastro which to call here on the shopfloor right but this this system systemic is called rise. Take six months from start to finish rights and the seat but Anita Anita is yes six months fulltime. Yes six six full time five days a week right by need to stress this very very very clearly. This would not make you the this Barbara Independence. This would get you to a level where you can earn money progress again to the next level okay so I'm a big big advocate on it takes time it takes takes as long as it takes Potiskum fasttrack you to eleven where you will understand shape. You'd understand texture. You will understand suitability to maintain right so I do believe there is probably four foundation haircuts right and with that four foundation it haircuts. There's a variation to which brings you to eight haircuts then there's a variation to the eight haircuts which brings you to sixteen haircuts which brings you to thirty two haircuts which brings you to every haircut you ever need to know right so the foundation techniques are at the top of lowering graduation and again. I'm not really too concerned about line because with immense here rarely do we see nine okay so we're talking about graduation and Larry Okay so we started with the first haircut you'll ever learning. This system is called the barbershop long rise again reasonably call it that is most men who come into barbershops long hair. This haircut they wanted don't know how verbalize but this is generally what they want want to keep the lengthiness but he wanted wanted lighter to entertain it out now again not a big believer antennae out longer hair again. If that's what people want to do that's fine but I find it's very very hard to polices and you get some guys who are excellent using razors. You get some guys who are not so good you you get some guys who are extant using pincers. Get some guys who are not so good and now as I said as the brand bigger and bigger is very very hard to believe seventy eighty ninety one hundred staff you know and I don't mean police them but I mean you know making sure that everybody what he's doing what they should do everyday so I've simplified us you know so we it's it's a very very easy to follow step in which you learn your father shop lung which is here then about shop media which means you down into your flatter shapes which would be like your mods risk and in the short version had to get short texter writes again. which is your kind of what I used to have that kind of have grown out crop read as what it is right but again what you find? That's an this. This is the Eureka <unk> right again. We spoke about the three four five inches if they rise. I believe everything is the same certain looks in your long hair. Your Fall Award facing textured haircuts you know and your your evener shark crops your shot and sites can fade right when you have all this is the same. It's actually the same technique repeating all the time you know so you're not actually learning those haircuts your during earned one-two-three techniques yeah so what you do is the barbershop long becomes the medium becomes the texture becomes a sharp back incites. It's the same steps. Do you only need differs elevation the proportion of lint you know what I mean so again. It is <unk> Bob Basic but instead about basic. It's very very raw right but it gets you to a level of remove the hair and efficient manner that can be taught but again can be repeated. You know what I mean so you're not just clutching at straws you know and that's that's what I found is the best way for moist. You'll learn because they're all coming along so much you find after the first week maybe week and a half the new students are getting tired and attained that they're getting stuck and I don't. I don't actually tend them this until what everyone Illinois now what it was the first course that we we started in January after week and a half could see fellas news wins lives right and it was way not really really really got sick of it is struggling johnny. This is this is because it it was just so repetitive <unk>. What's what's this guy doing? This guy doing right. Then said right guys get donors is undergoing right true. What you've done see starts off at a profile section that you went from the profits action twenty? The smallpox artists more square than go into it right that covers the whole top of the head yeah so wanted to do this. They've done this once twice. Three four five have done this. Maybe a hundred times normally the really struggling is one of you learned and all that haircut hands at this thing you haven't learned to haircut your during the technique here so what you gotTa Do Ping Seven just age ninety no picture that five four three two one. It's the same thing it's the same is the same method but you can be adopted two different haircuts and that's what really kind of get Rian rejuvenated again and the cheese crisis bridget and it was all thought their understanding it during the standard shape understanding that it's actually not a hair called but it's technique. That's learn leagues. His name is technique can and how haircuts what's haircut was hairstyle haircut. Her hair site is just how somebody wears a specific technique and that's what opinion drops with him indigo while now again and Bang Bang Bang their flight true Dan. Did you say five months six months. Sorry six months six months yeah holidays five this week. I'm GONNA probably bring it down to three this week to be honest with you. What why would you do that because because the did so well did it so well? I don't get aches angel because again the hypocrites expensive for me because I right there I I've got guys as apprentices. I'm paying them but I'm actually paying them to train them so it kind of financially so if you've got those going on this is what you can refer to guys as yeah men and women coming on this 'cause so it's a real sort of make sure so when they come in on your course. This isn't just that skin fe to weep bar because in about or is it this is this is now the difference participation capacity exams by Lafayette Job. That's the beauty of this. You know so I've got to route to these people. This could be a plumber who could become into you know experience Fang sign up for this. What sounds mega cool by the way I have to be bit lot the soon academy but for many addressing so they come in this can be any with no experience whatsoever yeah yeah and then coming no job job so in terms of a class so when you you you've got these classes go? At how many were you have in a class. At the moment will I had seven. I had seven and to take on from at seven th there's five were actually already apprentices under my books and then I had to paint students so to paint students one almost finished one is finishes on how to the moment he goes under stores graduate bother next week and three the of my own apprentices. Two of them are very true to system there onto shop floor. I have to more going through at the moment there about number three months and I one guy he came from a different course am looking for a job he he wasn't good enough for a job and I give them a job base and he's attitude. Nazi skill sets because I really nothing I felt sorry for Madonna patronized boy Bush. You're like his attitude and I said Genoa's your after wasting your money. Tell you what what I do I'd give you an apprenticeship argued today's the academy you know he didn't have to pay for the course he already paid a fortune for course wasn't wasn't fit for purpose and <hes> you know so. He's doing very very well again he had to he had to soak up. You know he thought he was gonNA come in all of sudden three weeks time does he. He was gonNA find missing Nainkin. He's GonNa have Eureka moment. He was going to become a barber but Saturday's that wasn't the case was not a Selfie didn't learn and <hes> so he's he's talking away no and he's doing very very wet. He's doing very very well so yeah so that's the that's the job. The job ready course is teaching as well journey of you you yourself yeah. I don't teach evidence of other stuff to do but yes. Oh my senior guys are able to teach you know. I'm there at least once twice a week. Anyway you know just will receive things yeah so. Have you been pleased. Somehow is gonNA yeah very very different. Different words mean it's <hes> it's very very tiring already but very very tired because you know teaching. It's a different different skill than troy and things I had to learn how to teach in on the state me every three years to really learn how to teach properties so how'd you teach properly for me. You can only go one Levin above for your shoot disasters. You know so if you're a student can't hold a calm and you've no business short amount because here you know you've got to teach them how to all that Coleman on that sounds really really city right but while I found teach my advanced course I I've got a lot of masterpass while got a lot of one to one and just finished once they actually never number one on tomorrow where it's one to one private courses and you'd be surprised you want to do candidate she calm here property you know and caught here very very well and as she called the hair how manner so as a headdresses standing here listening to you side that way I mean somebody not cone ahead right because you know what I believe. <unk> coldest purpose is to call wants to call do it. I tell you a cold presents the hair for calling you know and if it if it's not presented into proper manner than you know you're going to cut the hair off route in caught the hair you know and that's when I say that the people <unk> there is a difference between getting your hair caught and getting you know and especially Dr Business I was. I was trained your fashion. We were <unk>. You call it to the good and you just you caught the hair off from long to chartres stocks and gentleness and you saw again if I were six weeks now wasn't a bad thing. Let me I know some brilliant bind chair barbers who got very very very successful businesses who got very very big scientists and they're not taking their quarter so I'm not saying technical here according the only way to go when it comes to men's hair but I think from point of view of trying to grow a brand and try to be consistent every believe me and anyone who's got multiple shops consistency is the bloody hardest thing to get rice and I ain't GonNa sit there and tell us I never have we get complaints all the time menace power business it's Austin but we do get as we get a lot overheat cost. You know what I mean. We have our clients Novus you know and it's it's brilliance brand do not I mean and you're the only way to to build an even more is have that consistent level throughout the whole group you know and to teach that one system he'll work gets people to a level very very good level a where they can make money and be happy where I can almost say rice yeah. If somebody doesn't play then it becomes you know what's the does vote services advance boat service. I go through people bullheads you know if they complained about gone because I'm very very supportive of my staff and I know a hypocrite be subjected. You know what I mean. Somebody tells me to his diet. I WANNA see that bad air cost because what that what you think the bad mudd is he completely different now. Is Somebody complaints about the service. They've had literally got through somebody for a shark. 'cause I'm vicious on because there's no excuse for bad service. No I agree. I agree services saying that I'm very cain wherever I go. I always want good service. I conly excuse the generally means to me that you don't care and to be fair to be fair. We're blessed. We've gotten to maintain. We really ready to we have an amazing came across all the stores you know and that doesn't problems course it. Does you know what I mean and you can't be everybody's friend all the time you know and you can't you know the right decision. This DR is the most popular decision you know Nour's wrong decision you know. I don't believe we have made wrong decisions. What it is right? Ones you know what I'm going to sit here and Sam infallible. You know what I mean thoughts. The JARVI majority guys we have our Super Bennett couldn't do this realm. You know so a very grateful long really so people come into your academy what tonight she leave with when say finish that causes era a particular diplomacy m._v._p.. Together development for me but was that worked here. I've got oh qualifications. Villemagne say that going to get an N. B. Q.. I mean let's face it in anybody. Listen here is GonNa agree with me N.. B. Q. wasn't fit to whiter. It's not everyone everyone everybody would actually I agree with me but whether they did agree in public is not cannot be completely honest we johnny I actually stand whole wholeheartedly what you'll sign that because this is my thing with our industry actually Ashley and I'm so far speak at terms but I I personally believe in a intense training of a six month period a year whatever that may be how many records that individual did you will be doing it. You'll academy if you wind up somebody doing m._v._p.. Where sitting down and they have to go off on Rye about you? Know looks on the street. Get down to what we want to be doing the techniques but again it's not always how many many because you do correctly and the thing is you know we condone heads in Las Dobie heads prison for learning techniques. Do not go to learn real-life. You know what I mean you off. Near people have hosted the Hawaiian wear that because here yeah but again men's hair there is going to be an awful lot of wife what if soon did not only the how where why there's what it means if you're just say for example trying to bill corners right you're turning corners and somebody's hit right what happens if they're previously was absolutely dog right and it's just zero corners there and if you can't actually been that corner what you do how do you pass by this and to give him a decent tear caution you know so they are the real life barbershop situations that we encounter every every day so as I said I could imagine some people sitting here he can what what does he mean. Coolness billing corner strong corners again trying to the corner do an haircuts. You know we must have dissolved him there to pat out the head unit mean to two plus the words to make make up for flatter head shapes not make make stronger shapes. Give the illusion of Lens you delusion of thickness you know along so it's probably a qualified Air Becerra Experience restaurant stands what me by that but again we draw their out we showed him you know we teach him but extended shave or suspended shape that somebody can visualize expand <unk> when someone's hate. It's very very it's much easier for them to technique so I always eight people will be caught this imagine free plug this electroshock. The hair stands open end. That's shape. We're trying to achieve here so we draw a haircut under head sheets then we go back and we do to haircuts and then we explain what we're doing so it's kind of a tree stage approach populace Nash Somebody's thinking when I don't wants to do to five months six I don't want to do to six months and academy do you Authur shooter various courses as alternatives to that can be honest you yeah we do the intense ones you know we could do one two three damn actually doing we have just designed course with J. B. That Jasmine last week so at the start of the influence spoke about this hairdresser snus the match with the Barbara's. I can't hold about yet because it's not ready to roll yet but when it is going to be prudent to roll I'd say nate summer reading on this if you're listening in to twenty one yeah it's very very again. I'm not interested in training people part time one and do you know because this is a pound being really for you. Guys Sapan really giving somebody real as you say foundations and and maybe progression within the Barbara Barbara Brand. I'm guessing is what really excites you most of all. I think so it's to take this. You know distress over finding staff. You know what I mean to know where that rise okay. I've got six seven eight nine ten guys Nick Adamy. They'll be ready in six months ten guys. Let's be perfectly honest. Here is probably going to be seven. We're GONNA cut the monster. Hopefully you know maintain more or less straight out over. It's huge get to not all gonNa take you know and and unfortunately you when we get a lot of guys at the of interviewed him in the past especially when the trend was really height guys coming in you know thirty thirty five fight for you know some of them have been very good. Yano guys have came into the game as in the actually been pretty decent you know because they wanted that doesn't say anything you know the system they're learning and this divergence the jets way or but other times down to the Parson down to the training you have the best training award but if you don't take on board bought it worked in I mean you guys don't get the best training their bloody. Soda Dog Down Determined title to the people on nothing is a really determined ones. You can really get the best out of because I know one guy in particular you know marketed name and right but you know we had a big at an argument. We quite augments about a certain course that he did you know and that he was in well. You know I got I've said I'm sure you did this but you know that's don't you as a person you know. He's got two successive barbershops now doing very very well from stuff but again I company that was the training they got up. Believe what was what he did with training does a big difference. You know what I mean. Do you know what you mean so people listening to this and I think in look I want to be part of this academy. I WANNA get no the U._S.. Kim Students does this come over. Just do you open up the course every six months in and that's when a new foundation yeah probably won't be sat in on the new course <unk> September this stage and <hes> you know there's already four people signed up to itself. Are you know again. I don't want more knees easing into this Johnny and they won't sign up for this. Yes firstly won't sat gonNA cost them okay. I was GONNA cost you six thousand contrite which is busy. It's thousand a month you know which equates two hundred and fifty dollars a week now if you was going to be doing men's addressing. I think you'll live at yeah and that's what I'm saying. This is not about this money-making exercise. If this this with just a money-making exercise might be bankrupt right this is just to get somebody to miss the need to commit something otherwise might interested in Trenton right now. Are we doing so bear with me right so that's two hundred fifty pounds a week with that. You're going to go through through probably every week. GonNa go through you know hundred pounds worth two dogs hits right back to one hundred fifty times a week right now again. You give me on fifty pounds a week to give you the tools to feed yourself arrested. I don't want you anyway right now. You can pay me weekly monthly daily hourly. I don't care this is not about money right secondly. If you have the right attitude I take on apprentice and I'll give you one full day a week of my time. You get your two days off right so you walk into shop today's week three days a week right. Probably three this week you get paid for this and then but that takes more than six. That's GonNa thank you probably a year obviously because you don't have to tell you that the students have you know so. There's a two-tier approach to it but you know I think most people in a hurry but then some people don't one wait six months then if you can't wait six months I can't do a six course but then you know you're going into the wrong business then because if you think you know as repeated this time and time again would you go to a doctor who trained for six months and Mustang. We do the same workers Kazakhstan of course we don't but would you let him mechanic who famed for twelve weeks fixture car. Would you less a teacher who trained for twelve weeks teacher children you know would you let a painter who trained for twelve weeks painter house this. You know what I mean but all of us were supposed to accept these absolutes Joe. I WanNa talk about I get angry. You know we're supposed to accept this and the thing that bothers me most about this dumb people as said again. Most people feed the same as me. People won't say out loud. People won't say cancer that Jackass and it's you. Can you know you actually can say what you want. Everyone's entitled to see this thing. You know we're living in society where you're supposed to be able to say what you want. When you want and how you want you want okay except if it's not a copy of thing to say you oh man that's the thing you know what I mean? Unfortunately sometimes my mouth gets better me now. Jimmy is good alike opinions. You're whether you agree with its that's for you but you'll passionate and you are entitled to it Johnny Because of emptiness anybody more giving to an industry who's more proud of his industry and I feel that you have that every bit I I hate. I hate what has become one eight. What has become everyone's chasing that same pound north? You know everybody wants to be a superstar and everybody you know everybody wants to. Everyone wants to a wall arts without the sacrifice. You know what I mean. Everybody wants to work life balance without work. You know what I mean. If you want to work life balance you've got to put into walk. I have this conversation all day today is you now is an inspirational miser took an ad an-and Austin spoke. Exactly what does this work life balance main. If people are entitled heightened to do what they WANNA do rice but you can't berate somebody who who disagrees you Jimmy because we have got those a bit of a snowflake society. You know what I mean now at the stocks again again I have come down. I take my is now. I tend to go grow while it won't win the one where one but if I'm asked something I'm going to get my opinion. You know you don't have to like you. Don't have to accept it. Put It is my opinion Amitai to us. I mean I've worked hard for my opinion and I believe address in Barbara in an I'm just focusing on that because that's your sector sick too so it's not particularly at where do you feel the standard industry immense headdress and is now I think as a collective as in like if voyage to raise every single person in the world cutting hair right now against every single person causing air into world puppy twenty years ago twenty years ago to stand it would have been much much higher but but individually individually as in if I off to help my age fifty absolutely Britain bars excellent haircutters. I'm you know so there's a magnificent individuals outer. You know what I mean. I mean the really it sectors sector some APPS Dinger's by but I think you know barbershops as a whole everybody listening here knows of at least five barber shops in their vintage towner city. You will bring a dog to okay eh but yes somehow it is still have clients okay but when I was a kid going on in my city does five barber shops and every one of them were very good and everyone of them or very very busy because it wasn't a popular. It wasn't a popular our industry back. There was only to twitter instagram has been good for me. Twitter social media has been excellent for my friends democracy here. I'm going to see your give out about it will go to hidden scampers. I don't I don't hate us in army but I I hate the ideas I I've had a young recommend for job one time and I said why'd you want to be a barber. He turned around because you could make bear dollar from this was in what the head is this kid NSA. She'll reaction five kids coming into me for interviews for jobs dominant tracksuits trainers. Come you know what I mean and I'm thinking number one. Have you gotten mother. Does your mother no. You've come looking for a job in tracksuit. I know my mother would have boxed ahead off me if I tried to. Do you know what I mean. This is what I'm saying. You know. It's become a really really cool job to have you know being but scratched the surface that this study hard job. But it's a great job. It's an enjoyable job. You know what I mean but you know I think he's clarity because he's become massively popular Utah to anybody. In the industry. Men's men's hairdressing bothering has been the biggest explosion. I think in inhere in show in people the last eight years but is that that's almost become a problem for the really offing topnotch names lot your yeah because you have into battle with all these papa barbershops at our suddenly appeared because college cool school two weeks to change change in the way people pay taxes. GonNa put paid to that very very soon so I'm not too worried about that but also you know people need to stop taking themselves so seriously but take their job more seriously. That's people are taking themselves searcy for one more person calling themselves as in the person and they're talking about a brand puke. Try people are calling themselves brands now. I'm just going to be quite clone right. So so what would you may night by that. Do you mean the individual fitness hanger job seriously. You know what I mean. Take your job up seriously I write to if you take your job. Seriously by all means binge or social following by God the World Dwar result revolves around social meeting. We have to embrace intimate me have to end. It's brilliant for businesses interest people out there. You know what I mean have done so well chew social media but you'll find that the people who don't let it through social media are actually very good as well. You know what I mean. There's very few people huge and social media as in property huge social media who are crat in. I mean if you don't get to really really big names. You know what I mean to massive names. I you know just you say like Josh Monica. Josh Monica is very successful. You Know Safiya Hilton Amazing successful but what's up to Volk Commodore print into what to do. You know you've got you know J. B.. You know what I mean. Huge Ms Ms Ellen Palmer brand partners brand you know huge social media but Britain into why does this is an advantage of so many good name and then you've got people who are huge social media but they're not really I mean they're not. They're not huge. Businesses approach is subject to I I just love to continue because enhance while wanted to bring you back on because a find your so honest and an our love your your valid opinions as well you speak so so right and and a great voice and you excitable. What's GonNa be going for it? Though I've been disbanded industry you know does get excited from time. 'CAUSE I see I've got kids Walker for me Dahmer Sixteen Years Old. Oh my God I think back no sixteen I these guys would would run rings Rami also not somebody's there are some mega yes because you know five years ago when I opened in Manchester. You know I was the only only game in town Jimmy now active bloody does this. I'm going to sit here and say everyone's crack is or not you know what I mean. I'm not going to sit here and say that or God you know back in my day not to talk of courses but whereas I'm excited about the future for my own business I'm on so nervous about a few these because people now are starting to they are getting a bit more serious. You know mean been men's hair. Bothering is getting better you know slowly but as a whole at the moment I think we're at peak I think wrapped he does. He does not a crap. You know and I think a lot of the crop is GonNa fall away but you know like everything when the crap phones way you know on dealers what would get even stronger you know and that's that's that's good thing for an industry you know as as somebody who does night competition but I do like competence keeps you on the edge doesn't adjoining of course it does he keeps hugh ever been an a little about true true talents and you are true talent and you are one of the best I think not just here in in the Yucaipa. I actually think in world really narrow aw that's going to say so I mean again but it is technically the up in industry along time as well Johnny a non by no means of equality person. I'm just a good everyday commercial the hairdresser muffing elsewhere swear but I know what is good Brian and not do and that is exactly what you the technical the brand in the star. You've got a beautiful level of taste and you do it with just just proper co you you set in the standards you not a follower and there's too many followers I think in this world and a lot of people that do things differently and I just get mega excite bought you do and I I'm. I am interested where you are going to be going in the future. Nobody has a crystal. Nobody you know I'm sure when we spoke in two years ago. There's things have changed a little bit for just a little. That's great you know we have high slot yeah. But how much bigger do you want to become as we come to this wonderful conversation when you know that huge that's why lock asking for anybody who's in the industry for as long as I am you know and somebody gets asked that question. What you want to be which WANNA go? What obviously far far sense is going to be? I want to be the big as the best Richardson to our okay. Not Reality is that's probably not going to happen. You know but I'd give it up thirty would shot yes. I think secure future for what's to come after me as in my on my own children you know make sure they you don't have to worry about anything financially. Maybe these kids have a lot more devout award is in their life notice kids my daughter twenty one my son seven you know so only got to you know if I can leave the industry in a better place in the phone this you know if I could make a difference to help people look at hair if I can make a difference how people look barbers because longtime face we were to hairdressers poor causing I <hes> especially if I can change perception of people you know as wash a Barbara's or barbershop season to be honest if you know not that I really care about about what people think of me. Personally I am I am. I don't apologize for it but you know I wish you know. People should get to China chance to actually get to know me get to know why I am am gets an away. I say what I you say you know before to Stack Judge for any reason that they've heard or read are seen you know what I mean. They wouldn't have seen but did that from the hardest. Are they've written. You know that I am certain that I am watch I am. Are you know that's all. He said this. He said that you want. Maybe I did say which <unk> how about asking me at first before you judge me because you know I might have said Chen. Sara bloody did Chen's our probably Dave but you know I might know give you but you know what but seriously you know what I mean does not did he go. I've never refused of never refused a right request gentlemen. I'm not I'm not this order now. I'm not so you know forgive my French amount of all the main take you know but what I am. I'm very very passionate while I do. I'm very very protective but my job about my business. I'm extremely protective office and I do tend to protect us you know but also whatever I can do to grow his industry mystery. I'LL HAPPILY DO I won't desk for anything for you. Know just be asking somebody to give me respected. I give them you know. I've never said a bad thing about anybody. You know who hasn't said advising about me. You know I don't guess caught up in Barbara's anymore the phone away a lot of energy on us. You know people. Sometimes you have to defend yourself. You know what I mean. You do. Thank you it just stand there and I really more you do what you stand full and I I love your honesty. The you know. Sometimes you know what I mean people. They want you to be honest. They want to hear about it. They wanted us to be too honest journal. It's orange blood gives you view <hes> what you are not like that a lot and a lot you johnny enough year. You're just doing an incredible job and I'm excited to just bring you back onto the show again. 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The Imbalanced History of Rock and Roll: Johnny Cash - There's A Reason Why He Wore Black

Rock N Roll Archaeology

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The Imbalanced History of Rock and Roll: Johnny Cash - There's A Reason Why He Wore Black

"To achieve greatness in art to be inducted into a hall of fame for the music that you do is an honor that not many get to enjoy. Fury yet are inducted into multiple hall of fame for their music. One such man Johnny. Cash the man in Black Recoup. Marcus in the darkest when we started putting this podcast together this episode We started looking into it because we weren't sure which halls of fame johnny cash have been inducted to and then we found out that we figured rock and roll. We were right about that. We figured absolutely the country Music Hall of fame absolutely but then the other two kind of surprised us a little bit. You went and checked which ones the Gospel and the songwriters. Well the songwriters I kinda get you know. He was a great songwriter in an incredible performer but the Gospel Music. That Johnny cash did is often forgotten. And there you are. It's also hall of fame career. And that's what's at four that we know of four of on all get but I grew hard. You gave me let you all. That's one they've found in boos hall a four holes of fame that whole Johnny cash his name and his music in there. I didn't know that when we started looking around. I figured a couple of those but didn't know about the others and it's more than enough reason to want to look more into the man as you said the man in black as he became known. Johnny cash here on the imbalance history of rock and roll. So you wanna talk about Johnny Cash. There's a lot to learn about johnny cash. I know very little about johnny cash and supplies names Johnny cash and he has some really awesome music. I'll start them because I learned about Johnny cash a lot of country. Music from my godmother laying gail. I talk a lot about my mom's forty five on the podcast but ince was A cool godmother had no children of her own so she spoiled the hell out of all of us and was a wonderful person to learn from she loved country music. So ain't gal expose me to Johnny cash who she just adored and Merle haggard at first and from there I started finding things on my own and finding out what I'd like to country music which surprises shit at his own people. But it's true and it came from From my godmother a little bit but Johnny A bunch of his records Start Collecting the Columbia years on CD and that kind of created a greater appreciation for all of his music and I know that your appreciation for him came in more during the American recordings years when he enjoyed an unbelievable. Resurgence and insane resurgence with this covers of like heart. Yeah which are just mind blowing. I won't back down which is just unbelievable. Because it's so different than Tom. Petty's in the way that there's an inherent sadness in the back of the behind the optimism in you know in a way you Kinda just encapsulated a lot about Johnny. His childhood wasn't necessarily happy one. He lost a brother One of seven kids initially in his other brother ended up being in country music too so it was kind of like rebelling against data bit ray cash was not exactly fond of that or them and a lot of ways and There was some real abject cruelty if you watched the movie walk the line with Joaquin Phoenix. Johnny and Reese Witherspoon as June You see it on display down. Messed I what I had and you say that to make shot Mr Bill Bob and Rockstar doing where children Yossi Some say it was way. Worse than how was personified their Hollywood's not gonNA make it that bad no and You may not get the full picture back to when again. When John was a younger man and that led to a lot of the pain that he would struggle within his wife drugs alcohol and some erotic behavior times but along the way he made some of the most memorable country music some of the most successful songs huge songs in the country. Pantheon of abusing. It book all watch on this heart. I eat my wide open. And that's why he's in the country Music Hall of fame but a lot of those songs crossed over onto the billboard. Big Hot one hundred. Yep I walked. The line became is a theme song forever like that became the Johnny cash song and also he also had songs like ring a fire which actually crossed back the other way because of bands that covered it. Social distortion does Weena Fire. And I think we all do did today. We'll have to look that hold on hold on. We're checking with the research research team. Yeah bring a Fire. They do it too yeah. I played that on college radio. That's why I was pretty sure about that. So So d is the one I've played played that one for 'em are still so that's also one of his most iconic songs as far as The lasting impressions. But I gotTa tell you at a time when he was making his biggest impression with Folsom prison the live album. And all that It included a song about a boy named sue which was a huge hit for Johnny cash and turned him onto a lot of different people. People who listened to the AM radio three to mud table. Thirty Major League name me. Well I knew that was my own sweet data from a worn out picture that my mother had a new scar on his cheek gutters evil Big Old looked at him and my blood ran. I said my name is that we've talked about it being getting poetry on the. Am radio well. This is a different animal altogether. This is getting your country music on crossing over in Billboard he never had a number one if I'm not mistaken but he was in the charts for long long periods of time. His songs were very popular when they were popular. They have like you said long runs. You said he's most known for walk. The line right. I walk the line These are country number ones. I was a number one on the country and got the number seventeen on the hot one. Hundred Bye bye L. And there you go was in another country number. One Ballad of a teenage queen was number one country number fourteen on the pop chart. Don't take your guns to town was number and made it to number thirty two on the pop chart this all between nineteen fifty six in one thousand nine hundred fifty nine and the top of the charts Visitations were a little less For the next couple of years for Johnny and there's a lot of reasons for that right life was challenging for him Being married being on the road we see it. With a lot of performers of that era drugs being involved alcohol being involved in a create strain and eventually cost him his first marriage But the hits did continue in the sixties with the song we were just talking about ring of fire was number one on country number seventeen on the pop charts and sixty three for johnny cash. Mclean understand your man in sixty three Number thirty five on the charts. And then it's that magic year of nineteen sixty eight a year which resurged johnny cash in a way. That people weren't expecting aided the FOLSOM prison blues three. I don't know I'm stuck in holes and time. He's dragging but that's rain. He thorough all now baby. My Mama told me son always being good boy. Don't ever play with God. I shot a man to watch him was blowing. I and the song we were just talking about a boy named sue. How do you do? I need to do. My Dad loved that he just thought that was the funniest thing ever winning. Soon that got to number two on the pop charts in quite make number one on the billboard hot one hundred but got him really damn close and Sunday morning come down flesh and blood. Were number one. For countries the country chart and seventy and then a man in black only made it to number three even though it's one of his biggest songs man in black only made it to number three and nineteen seventy. You wonder why I always read black. Why you never see bright colors on. And why does my appearance seem to have a somber? Told whether there's a reason for the things that I have I wear the black will the poor and the beaten down living in though Liz foundry side of town. I the prisoner who is long paid for his crime but is there because he is a victim the next time he would really make the kind of impact on the pop charts that we're talking about is in two thousand three with his cover of nine inch nails heart hitting number fifty six on the country chart too by the way. I heard myself today to see. I still feel a focus on the the only thing that's really. Yeah on Stephen King. I'm not surprised the sadness and the vibe of it fits country totally and it could totally be crossed over any of those songs that he covered could be crossed over onto the country charts as well and should be because of the country vowed that he put to him out of the country spin. We're talking about Johnny cash on the imbalance history rock and roll his difficulties with Substance it's just say that because it was a variety of things at different times thank We're always a challenge. But something happened. When he met June Carter Cash. June Carter was part of the famous Carter family mother may bell the whole gang right there. Well known if you need to find some documentation about all that I suggest you go. And Find Willis Circle BE UNBROKEN ANNOUNCED. That was put together by the nitty gritty dirt. Band guys back in the seventies. It's full of music ex. That explains all the circles in that country that circle country and how it's relevant moving forward. Johnny and his wife stayed together in June him worked on the road. Things were falling. Apart at home he hits rock bottom places and some of its depicted to some degree in the in the movie. Walk the line. Oh yeah there's some dark there. Johnny hit some dark places and I walked the line so I can only imagine in reality. They were much darker and much heavier than what was depicted. What am I gonNA things that happened out of the fifties Johnny cash started at Sun Records right now and started recording for Sam Phillips and that's whereas some of the initial attention certainly at Columbia records came from The work he was doing for Sam and while he's on Sun. These other fellas were getting involved Met Her to Elvis. Somebody Neva's perry-lee Somebody Perkins and they were all kind of like in the circle of artists that Sam Phillips was working with and I don't know if it was part of his initial plan but eventually they all pretty much moved onto other labels and other things as the fifties became the sixties especially some of them right there in the middle of all this like Elvis go and RCA in in the fifties and all will sun records was releasing johnny cash songs until nineteen sixty four. Even though Johnny had left a few years before because of how much music he had recorded with Sun Records and I'm sure a lot of that was the gospel records as well as the country. Stuff that didn't cross over to the pop. Because of the early days it was much more of a raw country feel well the atmosphere at Sun records certainly lead to one of the most famous unexpected recording sessions ever. It's become known as the million dollar Quartet. These guys were talking about four of them. Were all in the studio. All working on stuff Elvis Jerry Lee coral and Johnny cash on December Fourth Nineteen fifty-six and Sam just let the tape roll and recorded everything that was going on kind of the early guys did with recording Robert Johnson. Just record everything you can always add later and they did. Because didn't you say there were still releases from Sun Years Later They Johnny Cash Sun kept releasing after he jumped labels and kept releasing songs until nineteen sixty four so they were continuing to be able to survive on Johnny cash's name by releasing singles from their library of Johnny Cash. Music record deals in those days. Were so weird. They really were. They really were recoup with Marcus in the darkest. I think we'd take a pause here and come and talk some more about the man in black. We're walking the line on the imbalance history of rock and roll. Well you know Marcus. We talk about the guy's a crooked eye brewery so much we should make them like partners in the podcast and they should make us partners in the brewery wide like that. Because I get to go and drink all the good stuff for free right. 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I used to love it at the beginning. The Johnny Cash. Tv Show Yeah on ABC. Like seventy something like that. He would walk out just like you would do on stage up to mind things off Johnny cash like you didn't know right and it just kind of like a concerts that would pump people up. No I'm done now. What HAPPENED TO FOLSOM? Prison is a whole `nother thing and the way that is depicted in Walk the line. The movie Is probably pretty close to one happened. The water sucked for the prisoners. And John didn't like it in by then he'd already been speaking out for people who were being downtrodden. He was always a spurs by saying flow for the poor and the downtrodden and native Americans to it was part of his spirituality which such a difficult man to understand because he had so many things that he had right in his heart and the way we approach things and so many things that that gnawed Adam at the same time his inside battles must have been absolutely insane but by then by by the time he was doing the TV show he junior gather and they had great chemistry. Oh let's see there's Calvin for him for the golden throated one John Asahara for Johnny Cash. I was looking. We'll know areas. John John Come over here John. I certainly want to thank you for being with us. Here on our program All night long. I've seen June in and out of here looking for you. It seems like she's worried about some trip. You're planning is going to take her down. See Carl Perkins. And Jack's Oh oh and Jackson maybe going to Kalamazoo or springfield or some Jackson this far. Oh this this is where I go out to. The end invade. You see it a little bit in the movie but if you go look at some of the videos online of those two on the TV show. It's it's love it's Kismet. It's chemistry synchronous city. All that good stuff and even though they were troubled times sometimes between them as well but the love there really sustained him and help him to get better ultimately. It's like Jack Nicholson's character says in his good as it gets. I guess Johnny felt this way about June. You make me WanNa be a better man. Sometimes we get lucky and find that person. They're loved continued throughout the rest of both of their lives and sadly just months after she died. He dot yeah. There were health issues involved but most people would say he died of a broken heart. I could totally see that when couples have been together for a long time. It's common for them. Did pass away within a short period of each other especially. If they've spent that much time together you hear about it way too times for it to be bunker. An old wives tale it. And that's what happened here. He passed but there are some neat things that happen. Later in Johnny's life with the music and the connection that he had to Seattle scene with our Buddy Kim fail. Chris Nova Salik music and nine inch nails. Rick Rubin the whole nine yards. It's weird because nothing. That happened there as somebody who followed the man's career since I was a kid. Surprise me none of things he did there. I enjoyed the hell out of that record. Nice bet and Gail would have. What is well if she was still here. I'll totally but I was just happy to see that impersonal Jesus to get a roommate version of your own personal teaser. Here you prayers someone who des those recordings kind of our like almost like a code to his legacy which is a as as highly successful country artists pop artist. Gospel Innovator Gospel artist television personality and a man who tried to make the world a better place even as he struggled through his own life and he wore black to represent the downtrodden and the poor. Now there was a story that I read about. He did that. He said it was easier to keep the clothes clean on the road which is also probably true but I also think which you said is true. I don't know D- really think as somebody who wears black once in a while is easier to keep it clean. I don't know I think blues. And Greens are easier to keep clean. And I can't believe we're getting into a laundry. Digression put the meaning. Green doesn't sound as cool as the man in black NC in the man and see blue does not sound as No definitely not the man in Navy. So that's why the man in black works so well and maybe it did begin as a wardrobe choice for the road but Ends up being symbolic in his support. Native American causes was also something. He felt very strongly about and I remember at least one time seeing them on an award. Show out there with the long black coat with the white shirt bowtie. Not The you know the string. Tie The BOOLA. Yeah and Out there talking on behalf of our native American brothers and sisters who needed help and to be treated more fairly. He was always just talking about that. He also has a pretty rich musical legacy and his daughter. Roseanne and his son. Jr so the legacy of the cash family continues in. June does to Jay on the music. They did together. You had love Jackson if you if you like Johnny and June all Hat Jackson and the way they sang together was magic man. We got an upheaval peppers. Proud talking about Jackson ever since the Jacksonville. Yeah it's like they were reading each other's minds while they were singing knowing exactly where to jump in there was that connection and you could feel it. We've talked a little bit about connections on the podcast and they can come from so many different areas in this case. It's man woman. Live you know. You mentioned his activism for native Americans and I didn't realize how involved he was. I know that he had spoken out. But some of the things like the Controversial bitter tears album the ballots of the American Indian and some of that stuff that was really considered too radical for public is pretty impressive and it just shows how rock and roll. Johnny cash was or how true country Johnny cash was because he holds that rock and Roll Spirit representing the people speaking for the people being an activist. Which is what the music in a lot of ways always has been in. You've heard and we've both heard many musicians in other genres of music. Talk about that aspect of rock and roll the importance of it when Johnny Sang. This land is your land. He really meant it and you feel that he meant it. You feel it all the way. Just another facet of what may Johnny Cash? Such an amazing person in interesting person. A lot of people have written a lot about them and books have been written in movies have been made but really. The essence of the man spent some time with his music. I always tell people get with listening to this episode and go put Johnny Cash on spotify. If it's on your phone and give yourself a chance to just you know. Listen to the man and his music from all different areas. You're correct about me getting turned on mortgage johnny cash during the covers album And you know being turned down with the American recordings like the cover of hurt his cover of Neil diamond solitary man bridge over troubled water. The sadness even in the songs that are happy. There's always an underlying sadness and you hear you feel. His Vocals. View wired me awake and hit me with the hand broken native. You've tied my leading pool my chain watch my blood begin the board but I'm brave. I'm GONNA break and go to break my rusty page. And I'm going to break. I'm gonNA break my breakthrough. Didn't he do rested caged? He did rusty that if felt more of the rage that version as I recall the rage of that song with you know which came from soundgarden obviously and him becoming friends with absolutely in the the the soundgarden version. Where you hear the raw power and rusty cage where it's exploded that rages exploded versus Johnny Cash. Were IT FEELS. Like it's still brewing. And it's still stewing and it's still building and still growing and at some point it'll get the get to the surface and I feel like that was more of the mood that I heard or felt from Johnny cash and his version of that song. I'm looking at this whole thing that we're talking about with Rick Rubin in Sylvia Massy too by the way was involved in all these recordings in the different artists involved. Similar to or remindful of Roy orbison later in his life and career being appreciated more fully by the people he influenced if if that makes sense and when you look at the people involved you could see where there's influence paying forward is as Iraq attitude as much as the music and all that but that you see it in these recordings With the music that's ends up coming out on the records that he made and the people that were involved like Tom. Petty and the heartbreakers working with them on unchained. And those records are a delight to me as much as anything Columbia in the early days. So yeah is His folsom prison inside folsom prison aside. And you know what's Nice is that we are lucky that we can enjoy all phases and all aspects of Johnny cash's life through sound recordings through DVD's through video Through books as well. There are a lot of great books out about Johnny Cash. So IF YOU WANNA LEARN. You didn't learn much here except for that. We love Johnny cash and a lot of what he did now. He matters to us and there are so many good books that you can read about. Just go find one of your local bookstore. We always say buy local from your local bookstores and just go get it. Only and around is and again remember. He's important in the history of rock and roll his attitude his activism. His music his songwriting. For CHRIST SAKE. Two guys in four hall of fame. Now we know very common. No he might think he's the only one that's in four. Well that may be a research project for us. So we're for the rock and roll. Archaeologists Right We'll Sterian a little bit of a direction. The first book written about cash was In one thousand nine hundred seventy five. It was called men in black was an autobiography. And that's awesome copies. Sold some weight raise some paper and a second one called cash. The autobiography came out in Nineteen ninety-seven. There's a couple you can look into or look for online and then go get him because I think he's always going to be somebody that people want to learn more about and can continue to influence future generations not just in country but in rock music and all forms of music because of the figure that he was lucky in Phoenix. And Reese Witherspoon did Johnny and June justice in I walked the line they. They portrayed the chemistry. I don't know how accurate is because you know like we always talk about Hollywood and what they do to make things work for them. The energy the the you know the struggles that they had initially because he was a married man. And you were working together on the road and that wasn't happening and sometimes the energy between two people over comes the barriers life may throw in the way and that was definitely the case with John and June Carter cash absolutely his internal conflicts gave us some beautiful music and I would love to at some point. Maybe do another episode on his internal conflicts. And how it impacted his songwriting. Maybe we can teaming up with somebody else that he knew who also had internal conflicts at the same time and like Ray Charles. You know that era do so. Yeah Wow I think we just create a podcast episode. Make note somewhere not made. Well that's going to do it this time out Thanks for spending some time with us and the man in black Johnny cash always a pleasure. Marcus always great working with you had ray. It's always fun discussing rock and roll this is one where invariably? I think we're going to find. People know more about the man than we do so please reach out and tell us what we missed. Tell us what we got right. Tell us what we didn't get right. You can do that. A myriad of ways including imbalanced history at G. DOT com. If you want to drop an email we're also on facebook. The imbalanced history of rock and roll or twitter imbalanced. His stowe is our handle. 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358: Johnny Pemberton

Duncan Trussell Family Hour

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358: Johnny Pemberton

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H. because he blows the top off my expectations of what podcast can be and he does that never aw you've tuned into the bark our I'm here with Creeks Bark and further ado everyone please welcome to the Doug Trussell family our podcast Yanni curric- thank you I gotta say when I got the phone call from my agent that the Creek Bark wanted me to come on his own -tary citizen to stand up and fight against the government state power structure surrounding them yeah the Barks has by the best money for your bunny is going to be a barks with by and we're back dock bar it is an honor that you're letting me interviewed mark reaches a peak he gets to another peak but my question to you is I think as far as I'm aware this is the first of your books slash albums that had my agent you're fucking with me right is another you're damned jokes right like he's a joker he's a joker he's a joker like that time he booked me at a talk about his new album lady Hamilton's dream Yeah Try Lady Hamilton Stream here on the bark our brought you by Barks rapier music well I do want to just read and again I'm not trying to interrogate year anything I'm a huge laugh Tom Fan I just WanNa read just one I'm just recovering from some of the trauma and I just wanted to I guess my first question to you is you got a best selling album when show up an interview ham I damn near fell out well that's how we do it here you know we all live on surprise well I Arne of ancients I call it the tyranny of ancient it's not only their the duty of every global citizen to fight back passage from chapter four year this is credible cub crab Okocha it's right and duty of every planet odd before Jesus Christ that Jesus Christ the savior the son of man the Holy Ghost we'll take take triplicate triangle but the sacred mission of all souls that have been coronated on the earth plane and after my accent other people's mess I just watch him and I know that they say I did it but incendiary language is something that only happens if it's payer it pairs with your best selling book out right now and I just want to know how you're dealing not just with this incredible success that you've always had right when then I realized that unless the streets ran red with the blood of the Authority figures Christ would not return will yet I mean us and burning flags which they pelted churchgoers on their way to an evening service weakest pain unbeknownst to the person delivering and so what that means to me is that if we forget our covenant with Lord Our God did October Sixteenth Creek Colt strikes again a downtown Manhattan perish was attacked Screaming Group of cultists followers of Dr Barton Creek they held in their hands scythes knives is caused riots all over the planet I'm just wondering how you're dealing with the with the right I'm just dealing with out I haven't taken is it comes there's nothing I can really do about it triangles most stable object in the world and the reason is so stables because it's three points and that's that exists in our space he'll spatial universe two of these churchgoers are currently in the hospital in critical condition those are people they got that wrong those were our people the painting from that of course and I did flat across the country to go there well you know what they say full you months yeah well awhile chimp did get he's GonNa forget about us he's going to move on to a different dimension job chapter six verse Sixteen said He who seek with a world not of this correction will be issue okay and what that means is that we can say every said such a manner of thing we can do we can pull out a dilly bar the left to to deal with the the vacuum they created it will be a vacuum I wanna read this is a news article from the New York Times David that damned chimpanzee farm yeah did you thought it was a wellness retreat that was good yeah that was good that was good I did not make ah that was on sedatives and did mall correct they're all wild okay but you know what I mean and I learned a lot from it we don't know about how it exists in other spaces and so how it works is Father Son Holy Ghost will abscam from this planetary reality it will set up shop someplace else ah quite a bit of power a don't you find a big coincidental that there was thirteen toddlers what are they doing at ten o'clock at night while they were being taken to a pumpkin patch and it was and did you encourage your followers last Thursday dork excuse me go ahead last third day did you encourage your followers to ignite a Halloween hail rod wagon filled with thirteen American toddlers on their way to a pump I'm trying to correction will be issued that is the title of my forthcoming Book a correction will be issued it's it's it's asterisks correction I couldn't say it better myself because I did say it myself so that's just how I feel it's something where we want we want to get Chris back if we don't get Christ back here soon unable to be burned you mean God protected the toddlers Oh i don't know if God protecting tolerate it was something some was so you're people were attacked by the church goers they set themselves on fire those flags were to be dealing with self-immolation tactics been used patch that's something I don't know anything about I don't know anything about that would never I would never kill a toddler but you know you don't know anything uncalled Apu we can do the opposite we can lick hard on a on a chocolate ice cream in say it's a say we're giving baby kiss we can tumble down taller who were all standing up right in a semicircle off the back of a brown wagon a large Platt Brown wagon wider than it was take article if I could just real quick just to and again I'm not here to interrogate you have I'm a big fan of your world asking me questions and that's what interrogation is so here's a question in-car Cain of stop I lock person creamy eighteen incidents that have been connected to your for lack of a better word cult a physician's chapter two verse six Oh and that sometimes they will issue a correction on that it may be take a thousand years but a correction will be issued at correction for the immolate I all for someone who isn't involved in this at all you seem mighty familiar with the with the aspects because I I know when when people deal with our clothes on and pretend that we're walking into church you know all these things are you choose what you choose your own adventure so to speak okay ten am a bunch of it was ten am okay sure that was a morning hey ride to a pumpkin patch with just filled with beautiful American Donald Weekday on a weekday I'll weekday at ten? Am That's right sure where everything happened but as far as I know it was closer to midnight it was thirty adding it down splinters asunder I'm sorry I don't mean to cut you off cackle crackle I will notice there seems to be some kind of voting in river upstream I see well work to look upon a design defined design three clergy members in a swimming pool and Beverly Hills have you seen those drones that can set fire now with the flame thrower have okay that we didn't develop that God no toddlers were harmed because the they were able to get the fire out before singed their sweet flash when I heard I heard that those toddlers had something something about them that was thousand years in this attack that we're familiar with and have to implement at times most Dr near Tom's I respect them is to work for Thomas I understand their feelings very well threat to see the weaving the weaver weaves is to know the same as the meat cleaver cleaves to cash this is actually from the La Times Creek drone plunges in to baptism ceremony electrocuting pastor and okay we were developing a counteracted that a fire retardant room and in the process that we were testing in happened to go into a baptism this roll their coach there million things demanding your time you got to figure out what that the whisper that the butterfly speak is to go under the ground six feet on a steak rang ever made by the Doctor Bar Radio Frontiers show on the Barks Radio Creek Bark Cadillac frontier what you just heard was the last recording out of court yes why would we bring something into maritime law does need to be part of maritime law it's been two weeks over the last two weeks how do you explain the fifth don't have time to waste on contact lenses which is why we're excited about a great new company called simple context that is making the process of renewing your prescription and buying contexts simple simple context is the most convenient way to get your contact lens prescription renewed and stock up on your brand of contacts instead of taking time as an errand issue we've since taken this we've taken care of this a private parties we've talked about this everything's been pens been okay it's all okay you'd prescription and reorder your brand contacts it's simple you can skip the office visit but not the care if you have an unexpired prescription you can use it is team those who will look upon a design and wish to change it would find themselves sooner ehealth exam you still need those occasionally but it is the most convenient way to renew a prescription and reorder context so head over to simple darling glorified love listeners get twenty dollars off their first simple contacts order to save twenty dollars on your lenses just go to simple obser- clawed beast is shrieking in your family cemetery and you've got to drive those witches out of the Cathedral on your family's property you asleep so we'll be back with some with a new tale of tomorrow and Remembrance of yesterday here we've reached a pact so that's that is reached it says here a private settlement and also as well pack is yes we settled DAX dot com and use offer Code Dunkin Twenty to get twenty dollars off again that simple context dot com we're back you're listening to the Colt explorer podcast my name is Doug Ford Slash don't get twenty urges enter Code Dunkin Twenty at checkout thanks simple contacts trussell hey this is Johnny Pemberton wow so holy shit man this is one of the most interesting colts to me easier and why should it be hard in the first place that's why simple contacts was created simple context offers every brand of lenses and their prices are unbeatable plus context dot com slash Dunkin Twenty or enter Code Duncan Twenty at checkout. 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Norman Norman Caz the Norman caz collect it could be a she could be a no one that's great we didn't talk about before the show but I just I thought we shared notes in the Google drive at the show I was I've been busy this week I didn't check yeah me yeah does but I mean if you are helping people murder you as a murder I think it's whatever it is yeah it's fucked up whenever in their arms off just the left arms of all the other chimps and they were made this sort of a daisy chain with it and they made it so the other the armless champs that that brand on the post cheerier is indicative of a a viral implant in the chimps brain the causes it to learn at some stories everybody knows you can't walk three feet without seeing another magazine Article One of them or whatever but fucking Dr Champ problem happened where the creek chimps actually began to slaughter some of the other chimps while they were doing and slaughtering them they were taking aw gems and you tell me what his name is he I'm calling him DX five for the podcast but you know his name I know I know the name he gave me I don't know if it's a he creek mark this is a call that almost nobody knows about yeah it's so strange I know about it and he worked so closely with Jane Goodall Logically Enhanced Chimps went wild and essentially slaughtered a lot of other champs until they were finally taken out and it required an actual seal destroyed themselves with their own daisy chain of arms that is now my understanding is that these texts it was also above the Arctic Circle so obviously different laws apply there they were in international waters through it was something where like I'm not trying to be the fucking audie x five said that there was a violent plan so it's not really technology it's like Jason Bourne kind of okay yeah okay what a lot of I mean that's fucked not to get in there and champs only the seal team knows and we don't have the source that I read about Internet who I mean thank you about their about fucking collaboration chimps teaming up with jungle spiders and killing thousands yeah he emailed me I never mentioned de when did that happen happen two months ago Deng I told you so you got an email from someone named Dx I think it's brilliant really it's going to be bigger thing well I don't see anything brilliant title and all that research and gave all the credit to Jane but she gives all credit to him but that was that's been buried evidently it's been buried she's tried to distance herself from her mm-hmm but they say they're still chimpanzees living today they'd have his brand on their ass right and what that means evidently from what I've read is that the thing that I think that's why everyone's so hesitant to to talk to you know to to to last him is because he was so instrument for that I'll just call you DX five decks five five five I told you I'd x five nine arms the what the what the inoculate does is it takes the worry inoculate does you the fuck is DX five man he brain those chimps were alive but they were their arms in the daisy chained was created it was still like a human centipede type thing but they are get a colony of spiders to collaborate yeah that spiezio collaboration that's never been seen before never was the exact term is uses the pieces before it's Voltron they just nothing the pieces before it's Voltron are separate pieces they're separate road of animals not including the chimps they slaughtered through we have to be careful with the language we use here because what language they they're not chimps crazy mainly fast rate it's basically the plan of the type type situation except I don't know on a spiritual level this is the phenomenon known as like the that's what I'm trying to say here that's still be alive those champs there were slaughtered or not alive they are alive that daisy chain of action to Jane Goodall with Voltron yes because he's not those entities were not slaughtered they were simply remaking themselves are slaughtered chimpanzees arms were daisy chained together and putting a spider webs by fucked up cultist chimpanzees add some with this okay he told me what the viral document does is a decentralizes the brain I don't under- Johnny decentralize is there consenting to cutting their own arm off I dunno johnny why don't we play the track for fun so this is we're GONNA play I've question here okay if something doesn't die is was it slaughtered now something I wasn't it could now why are they not autonomous there Thomas Yeah there you go that's the ex wife said DX five is trying to compare that implies consent does when you masturbate and you not consenting masturbate. Yeah I'm considering every time I masturbated didn't teachers Pat I'm not like the School Hall Monitor for Culture Anything if you WANNA get disembowelled by exactly right to stop you but all these arms that were catching other animals than the creek chimps were honoring those they were able to enslave five told me that the go but the chimp you ask yourself consent when you masturbate it's implied exactly there you go they've been viral debris been decentralize Larussa the cartoon Voltron yes of course tell me about a bunch of fucking pieces go together to make a big robot rich kids Outta Voltron of you and me that their their point of view videos does that make sense pov video pov from was it doesn't matter how fucking what I was wearing a tie when I killed fucking Doctor I was wearing no pan question for you in S. C. Malefic species collaboration yeah it's the first time it's ever been seeing ever will ever been documented horrible there is a make Johnny makes talking about technology a silicon based technology versus a biological technology but they slaughtered yep slaughter I mean in the picture of those four chimps with their arms daisy Jane together and there was spider webs made of these a human is why like they were used vision was recorded I don't know man that's why I didn't tell you because it's something that fucking weeks while talking to him it's just a fan of the fucking showman there's crazy people listen to our show this guy is not no he knows stuff believe me here's videos slaughtered slaughtered chips according to DX five the crank chips were not implanted they were inoculated they were not guilty but apparently this is from never Dr Creek a Doctor Creek released how many albums Johnny here with you until later maybe I'm sure with you earlier than he said he said six weeks and it's been five so what you've been talking to this dude for six a apparently now I guess I know where you got the fucking track from from DX Five I'm sorry look I he's he told me not to engage off willingly to as as a sacrifice so we'll never know exactly and these we think we won't enforce something new as uncovered yeah I've always just seems like merged and we're just gonNA play I guess Johnny's GonNa play a track from this I don't even know if it has anything to do with Dr Creek where it has to do with it's either the most advanced technology it'll take a break a break you take a break we'll be back here you're listening to Tapia that to me means probably the apes brains been set free synapse the synapse stance these are ranger stuff here okay well you're getting emails from crazy person and you're believing them it just doesn't make sense that they were decentralized oh it sounds fucking crazy imagine if minister tracks the model conrail monkey yeah the Mitochondria Monkey Cell Wall to the mall splatter his brains much we're gonNA move on the next thing we wanted to talk about argue with you I'm just saying with the x five told me let's forget about the five and then we'll talk about its game burn the churches burned yards dance and the corpses that you find track three the brain is decentralized and you can't stop me yeah the brain has been decentralized you can't stop me I mean I think that's something to explore not to just decrees freedom ape he's every Algebra I'm going to read subtitles from his albums slaughtering the innocent sets them free may the blood rise for that you'd like to surprise that you'd like it you know because you like anthropology history the Celtics explorer called explores a we're back Kosice has this is what we do to those empower reprieve splattered Oh matter okay I thought it was called reprise well I don't know how it's re- Get this right here when I have too much Mike Noise right this is nice come on back baby I got the barbecue ready for you you've worked on this with the luck man I'm sorry ever that's a second album his fifth album the songs that some titles you're during the song titles because they negate the title Stop those Romans all the rocks they draw a good I love you come back to me Jesus Grass twice nes- yeah I learned spent a couple hours learning it okay the song of many names maybe play the recording though now now I wanna hear you play ooh Jesus Jesus the Jesus God Jesus remove amount then accept your throat long or should we have the recording player you're going to play the song yeah I was GonNa play is so you've learned a song that someone on the Internet sent you that's apparently connected to this freezes in it I don't know why don't you ask your fucking stupid DX seven five Duncan he's going to contact you I don't want him to contact me don't give him my data take a look good those Arab Fan I think I can do this fucking asshole all right we're gonNA play this track now here we go what's the name of this track I'm not sure it has many names aw and did you Jesus Grand Style Healy released about fourteen albums he released about fourteen albums. Dr Creek Bark isn't the EP two EP which was makeup makes up the fifteenth album and the hit Dunkin hey man Dunkin okay hey hey man I'm not feeling too you really yeah just feel cowie dizzy yeah still dizzy yeah sometimes that song so we're GonNa play a track that Johnny's troll sent to Johnny Control May and here we go play one of the actual things from his altitude I played the Your Brain Alan it's time for you to curl up on the couch and catch up on every single episode of forensic files with those uh-huh perfect time to upgrade that lumpy old shit couch that you've been meaning to replace forever send it to the couch cemetery and hope it doesn't come back from the that you love and that means that you need to have the nicest couch out there Barham with hours of gouged I'm on your schedule Now's the Sofa these things are nice we are back and have your New Sofa set up by next week's brand new episode of forensic files don't settle for the same old couch settle the Comfy New Borough Sofa get seventy five bucks off a New Sofa and free one week shipping at borough dot com slash record binge session with a kiln dried Baltic Birch frame endurable fabric that's naturally scratch and stain resistant borough is totally customer again that's B. 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Explorers Dunkin and Johnny Welcome back welcome back Dunkin bareback needed at man was a little dehydrate yeah walked up call the experts say she's been that much as sheet music shootings Aguirre he sent it to you in the mail yes through Po box Earth beautiful beautiful collaboration that's how the new world will talk about that on the podcast before dehydration listeners I'm not sure if you're hydrated but you wanna get hydrated Johnny enjoyed -joyed the song that you yes yeah I'd love to I would yeah I wanna play a song good could I now use your guitar that's the Best Guitar to US actually okay give birth to the world spider by we've meal bad or a slaughter a really okay I was wrong about that yeah I think that's good that you came around I'm you got it you gotta You keep just keep going spa do you read me from my mind I feel better every time ebb of dreams show me the arms and then daisy Jane Hello Me Free I guess so yeah sure yes so I want to apologize to anybody was offended by what I said about the creek chimps being so from me spiders spiders rider we being in the nine Apologize I want us this is just that one also I just think that you know where we're talking about last time it's just important to remember that kind of changed a bit about what we thought about that some beautiful beautiful a chair you'd full beauty of Mall Grain raise Jesus Ramon Dune GonNA do Jews was she was involved with the with that call that's how you know some say she's a casualty of their what they were doing but also a lot of people think that she was oh Jesus bioern and bring him off a brand new birth spy in the sky there is a lie I never saw uh we being in an spider it's red cells we shave uh but now it's bigger than the Sun yes spy spy spy uh you my son spy spa you're a back while days if you want Jesus to come back that was the end of the bit Were they gap shattered by Cole their last podcast live podcast they did bomb forever it said wasting your time the last you were they carried away will never know the only thing left is the record of got it was really good that was great que les down for a bit the on Jesus Comeback Blood mice run as if you want Jesus to gun it would just try once we are back you're listening to the Doug Russell family our podcast I'm a johnny Pemberton Johnny just wrote a fantastic book which is now okay to cry but really you shouldn't don't know us you know hey words that were spoken by my advice on that Joel aspired like five of my favorite books and that's the first chapter is jk rolling what you just said Blah was brought in the streets Jesus do come back ski walking through a meadow in the evening right looks up at the moon and says I'm going to write the brothers man nighttime in Cincinnati is a combination of I guess philosophical ramblings from Johnny's mind mixed in with a pretty beautiful oh came up on her face and she said I'll never be clean might as well write a book about wizards now here's another great one dust you're reading it what inspired you to write it you know I I heard the story of Harry Potter where apparently I guess she had just used a day or something well on random house yeah random house not so random after all I guess you're awesome it I really enjoyed it I've gotten halfway through full he's fucking brilliant is a man who walks up a hill in the process that occurs when downtrodden dumpling the consciousness finds itself on the other very okay okay so you want to read a passage you actually the activation of unconscious fantasies as need goes every were great level wire runs through the modern usual considered thing from conflicts that come from inside a child's brain mike that she had a really dirty ass and so it was like perpetually dirty yeah she was trying to clean all the time and you know she just realized I can I will never be clean yeah and so she's like okay if I'll never be clean them as well just write this book about wizards I've been wanting to do for you yeah but she felt so she was so dirty that you couldn't write it now this is to me one of my favorite you start this book describing the what great and I love that passage I was hoping I could get you to read the passage from chapter ten the one that's causing all those riots Elka about anthropological insect that is man understanding this penetration that the thorax Muslim issue forth and discard all feces and theories into doc into the depository known as the Rectum Damn anything other than that knowledge will be something that repeats repels that with which it is not wow that is fucking hilarious sexy and just cutting edge brilliant yeah police are Gwendolyn work does I don't see doesn't work completely yeah it looks like ten percent and so what he realized how would it work at all you just walk anal okay anything else at the same time said the man anything else other than having my rear penetrated by an linked Shin of the individual makes millions of Zeros usher forth like a brand new mass of organizations through something that under the moon and get clean you're covered in shit and bugs it's not GonNa get anything off the does it gets ten percent of the bugs and shadow who did that study Dostoevsky Dokie Esky others who that's their name but it's not but again this is not a scientific study it's a self reported lunatic all sites self reported now it isn't yes it is so gummed up in the water wouldn't couldn't get couldn't get hot enough to penetrate the filth to melt the filth plaque Karema's do you think it was the moon while the mind the moonlight has always been known to be a disinfectant yeah and so he was notoriously ah copy could I got him elsie and he just had like all these sores and things on his body so he would walk in the naked moonlight to have his body infected moon bathing yeah but it doesn't instincts will thereby let loose the ruthlessness of Michael the individualist to seeks to bring bread upon that which is banning together naked moonlight walks so by doing extremely hot day passes and had I been doing naked moonlight walks Jesus just to try to I don't see how the moonlight it's just light it's new I what color is the moonlit depends yellowish widish come on ended your first marriage ended quickly because my wife is that felt like shit I mean I don't know I mean should I spend time trying to think about this sound good three weeks at a time and not anyone you know use the room service at all yeah and I would also insist that they have an area where I can do moonlight walks and against the onslaught from outside no less than the doctor could council found an exaggerating amount of fluid for issuing from her archaic breasts. The last thing but I've never thought of you is in erotic author Moyen it's called it's a new style of writing actually I call it's erotic will Andy Roddick if it's okay for me to say that I mean wonder fault it's a part of the book so If you don't say it now you're going to think it later you have to turn the AC on damn yeah to me Johnny I've known you for how long thirty years yeah thirty years I never I thought be banned from I've been banned from every five star hotel in these in these coast because of your filth yes because I would destroy the days I will check myself in it and he realized look I'm ten percent cleaner than I was before I moon bed I'm never going to be cleaned so I might as well right the brothers Karamazov which is about these really having an issue with cleanliness I was sitting on a toilet I don't have a bad day actually broke several days broke them yeah my first marriage I was inspiring erotic fiction than I love it how we will more passenger great weight quicksilver is Mercury Yeah what color is mercury silver silver the moon is silver moon is made of Mercury karate philosophy no one's ever done it how the new just started writing this stuff like what inspired you to start writing I was which refers to score piano whose triune combines the eagles snake and the hieroglyphics of the penis themselves indicate spiritual formula your filth after people have done it they've measured they've I I know how much water using my body I measured that yeah and if I'm using ninety percent of and dark elves drought their skin is not dark it is a both light and dark okay silver silver when you look at it one way is darker stories that sounded different books you mean like your what do you say that he break up today they became so gummed up with filth that they could not drain opaque translucent yellow you're dancing around Duncan come on it's the color is okay the moon is always been described as one you want to draw is dark Elf yeah sure what colors their skin dark now what the fuck maybe get a puncture a hole in the in the plaque again you know what when you mentioned the thing about us ASCII yeah honestly I that is anxious to usher forth again dolphin other triune formula expression of the Moon Yeah love which further declares the nature indicated by this silvery Shimmer of Shimer's beautiful that passage changed my life I love this book but man it is getting shit human existence in the following manner the moon is itself a dark orb a light ORB which is in itself silver the appearance of light is we're just poorest millionaire okay well he says I've never encountered such absolute filth it is well known that the author Johnny Pemberton is a dirty ladd who is destroyed many a day and is currently I would normally be one hundred percent I know that I've saved in percent for Mulan walks okay well I if you know what if this filth phenomena is ritz-carlton to it's also known now that his book is it the shelves that he is a madman this book is some amalgamation of nonsense glued together by the very filth that inspired it as every book contains within early engaged in at least three lawsuits with the w hotel how the standard and a best western in Cincinnati just one time writing I spend my time writing Belene yourself if you couldn't use the per day you will get a new day check into a five star hotels Alan an an evaluation by Dr would say psychics situations that Gwendolyn cannot you should you must she implored ziplock bag of what to me look just like shit not plaque but I didn't try this recipe but here I want to read you some of the ingredients already know this in the back of the book that you recommend your readers used to cook this filth one ounce of salt defunding reviews I'm GonNa read a review on those are haters GonNa hate okay but this is a review from Gerry Phillips who is the head Booker viewer the eight is where it starts there and I'm forty okay the undulating formula putrefaction is represented in Kuala by letter in they take the same time the by the day Audie and you put it in scrape it off my one of my assistants did in my lab is this the first time any author is actually put samples of their own filth in the back of the and when Jake would this in the book jk Royal Rolling Sitting on a day looking at herself in the mirror a smile it three ounces of human feces stapled to the back in a tiny ziplock yeah assault is just to keep things from getting out of hand but that's so much salt man yeah I mean it's a lot of hand so so just to keep going Hyde across a flatland and this recipe it's not just saw it's one ounce of salt to leaders of purified gases the New York Times he's a hack okay he's one of the preeminent are grenade one of the best in the world all right Gary Phillips you but a few people have tried the recipe. When's the last time you mix those together I've never tried to go you didn't have to slap me lean again that's just to cut back on the the way the bacterium duplicate so fast that's why Oh the moon has radioactive properties and has the same

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What are Johnny Jump-ups?

Your Gardening Questions

02:34 min | 2 years ago

What are Johnny Jump-ups?

"Hi, this is Mark news from plant talk radio. Thanks for subscribing and listening to our podcast your gardening questions from plan. Talk radio to help keep this podcast free for you. We're partnering with stoke seeds preplanned your indoor seeds starting program with the help of the all new Stokes website now mobile and tablet friendly. The new website is a brand new gardening experience. It offers better interactivity and higher quality imagery. But what hasn't changed is the Stokes website is still the complete resource center with valuable information on seed starting planting and harvesting all the gardening accessories and a free catalog, whether you're adding texture a new variety for a splash of color developing an existing guard or starting from scratch stoke seeds has some great resources to help you. Plus, all the gardening accessories. You need to make your garden the envy of the neighborhood get growing with Stokes. Now today's question, and he also wanted to know what are Johnny jump ups? I know them to be a little viola. It's it look. It's like a tiny pansy it grows. Much the same way where a pansy flower can be anywhere inch and a half or more cross. Johnny jump ups. Violas are going to be flowers. The size of dime. Very prolific. They can recede themselves. They even can become a bit of a nuisance when they get going especially in shadier areas. And so on However, I wouldn't be concerned about it. Now, I want to just go one step further. Johnny jump up is as I have described as I know it one of the reasons plan have plants all over the world have a very specific name in UAL Latin and at cetera because what you call Johnny jump up and what I call a Johnny jump up could be two different things. But that's the one I know. And it's pretty little thing. It usually is not a pest, but you might have to manage it. If you get enough of. Gone. Yeah. What is the technical name of that? Well, it's it's vile as I mentioned, and then the its its specific name is cornuto seal R N UTA. Thanks again. For listening to the podcast. Remember preplanned your indoor seed starting program with the help of Stokes gardening guide and their online articles on their brand new website now mobile and tablet friendly and request your free catalog while you're online for the best selection of vegetable flower and herb seeds available go to stoke seeds dot com. Cultivating successful growers for generations.

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Part2: Johnny D

Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network

1:00:17 hr | 1 year ago

Part2: Johnny D

"Sirius Xm Ford's presents raises with Steve. Bic horse racing handicapping interviews. This is stupid. We're back our to us. I guess Early on this morning. The stream took Casey have to play around to get the screen. The stream up and running. And so if you missed anything you can catch catch it on the archive later and also if you're if you're having any issue the listening to serious online a lot of times it's a Lotta Times it'll be the player. Close it clear your cache and then reopen. Like if you go to listen and you can't you can't. You're hearing like somebody wrote that. They're hearing Friday show that's online. That's a player issue so close it. Clear cash reopen and of course that works for a lot of you know a lot of hangups in fact the waiting for John here The craziest thing that Titas watching a movie last night and I wasn't really paying attention to carefully and all of a sudden this audio program this like a narrator starts cutting in all of a sudden it's explaining what's happening and that was it. We poked around and looked at the secondary audio program. And and all these different settings I and we don't even know we still don't know what happened how it happened. Just rebooted the box and it went away. It was the craziest thing in the middle of a movie. All of a sudden it's like here's a narrator like what? I didn't even know what that that existed. I remember years ago with the would have. They had the great commentary sometimes director and the actors. That's cool but this was. This was weird. This is very strange. So if you're having trouble the answer is right there in your operating system johnny a standing by Johnny Good Morning. Tv off yeah. I was one of those people listening to to Sirius. Xm and hurt Friday show. And then I tried to go to the website and I couldn't get anything why they're so I was kind of I thought well. They must be having technical difficulties. So I'm unprepared to talk to you well. You didn't miss you miss you. Miss Thomas and I covered the first twenty really the first fifteen plus minutes more or less was a Hitting the highlights of what has transpired since Friday with With Cova and how it how it's on what's unfolding at the at the venues Johnny and before we let me before we talk about how wonderful it is. I mean there's a school of thought that says Oh. This is a great opportunity for people to listen and and look and watch. And you know there's going to be. It looks like Friday Saturday Sunday. New York The broadcast is going to be widespread on you. Know the the networks looking for something to fill in You know the programming but isn't isn't there a school of thought that says we shouldn't be running at all just from a you know I mean we're we're we're banging a drum about safety and I. I'm not sure that makes a lot of sense. Honestly may be impractical. There's no practicality and all that stuff I I don't know I mean if you're gonNA wind through many different than MBA or NHL or locker rooms. Their own same guys are all in proximity to each other and You know stable employees to help All to get. Yeah I guess there could be to not race Why are the reasons to race? I guess you could say well we done away with the crowds so we minimize bet. I mean look look at what What suit is pretty amazing? Actually I don't know if it's completely crazy or stupid or Fantastic I don't know what it is. But they raise the Cheltenham the four days to pack crowds. I think they're only off like eighteen thousand from the previous four day meeting from the previous year. So there are you know hundreds of thousands of people there altogether Cambrian if he's if you've seen the pictures from over there Shoulder to shoulder on the apron watching the racist partying and the whole thing. So I don't know I don't know what the what the correct answer is. I think we have to trust. We have to trust a CDC and the experts what they get and along those lines. We're keeping people were keeping Salads away from the racetrack and we're continuing run sport but we you know it's a little different other sports because ask the ball. Hockey guys are close to each other during the competition or sweating. They're breathing on each other. It's a much more you know. Tense physical activity Racing if he can keep people safe part would probably get away with it So I understand that. What about the most insane thing? You know knits area where. I live Montgomery County Pennsylvania is one of the most infected areas in the state certainly I think they were looking for seventeen positives in our county and that was more than all the other counties around in Pennsylvania combined so right away the governor said he's going to restrict things in Montgomery County. Well that's extended box county and Delaware County and the surrounding Counties Not Philadelphia on the bars restaurants or close in those counties but Philadelphia. You could still go have a drink and tomorrow. Many people will be St Patrick's Day and they're gonNA be gained in those watering holes shoulder to shoulder celebrate Is it okay but a half hour away? You close everything everybody. I don't know I don't get it I really don't. I don't understand the rationale Now we we've seen in New York City seen everything closed but that was couple days. Get to that point. They started out slowly slowly slowly and then all of a sudden I think his yesterday I think it was The mayor said that everything would be called in New York City. You know stop the Broadway shows. They they did certain things along the way then finally they said okay. We're stopping everything But the other crazy thing in this area is that The A place you I know you've been to the mall. What's the big the Big Mall King of Prussia King of Prussia Mall Stayed Open? They said they weren't gonNA close. They left it up to each store. Each individual store. They stayed open while else around. Here was closed for finally. They've apparently been ordered to call so but yet half an hour away Philadelphia. Schools are closed. Many things are restricted. But you Kamar. He'll still be up and go in won't be elbow in a bar. So rang Saint Patrick's gaels trying to figure it out because obviously put a dent nervousness But I said you can't figure out why they do what they do. I don't know so. Get back to the original question. Should we be racing? All I guess if they w call I don't see a real great danger. Some danger yes A lot of dangers loon not really well. We got rid of the crowd. So I see in the meantime. The midst of all this dino's were open with filled out the area. Casinos were open. We know the I heard you talk about park the close parks and kept the casino. What I was trying to figure out the rational for that. I don't quite get it unless they believed that nothing could survive in that. Smoke fills depressing environment. Maybe they thought that the virus wouldn't wouldn't survive. I can't think of any now now. I was informed that was casino in this area. Did Close highlands down by near the airport. They closed the other casinos around Philadelphian surrounding area. That they're still I think they're still So you know because it comes down to a choice for the business. I'm amazed in California. We've been able to racist the governor. Hasn't you know ordered it. Shut down Because there's so many other restrictions that he put on things going on out there I'm grateful at this tent. The golf courses are still open. Because we we've had some decent weather here Spring like weather and those able to get out this weekend and and that was wonderful in our grief. No well first of all. My wife was very adamant that I not wide in a car with someone that I take my own car. I can't walk because my hip can't make it so she said well. You have to have your own car. I said look. We don't don't make outraged. She said No. No that to quote said you don't know you don't know what's going to happen and she had me with the hand sanitizer and all those fine turns out Purely by accident we had a threesome ended up with three cards. Each Other in court and it was by accident happened that way the time he got there and I think on Sunday We we ended up having our own car which was Great Ben. About Eleven poll. A Guy Jaundice supposed to start with. Could he joined the eleven on old and he was hacking of the storm. I mean coughing and it was a dry hacking cough. Now this guy he said he said. Oh My L. Which I must admit my my allergies have been acting up on me being outside around the grass and everything and I don't have a hacking cough and you know but I want a bit of a runny nose outside. You know and he said well my allergy. We're all like okay. Sure although we did stay kind of what kind of far away from it was going to say you should have said. Take your take your allergies playthrough. Yeah Yeah Well it's funny because one of the guys. We had invited them to talk. That's probably got ended up anyway The other point is and this was discussed among the members of the of the forcing wasting him. We pointed out that the fellow is a very heavy smoker and he's also very heavy drinker so there was some suggestion that maybe The alcohol killing virus there to attempt to live excited body but while we were all laughing we also were being very protective now. This fellow was coughing and was not even covering his mouth with his hand. He was just blowing into the air. Finally one of the guys in enforcing said. Hey you're is zero. We show a long way to get the story. I want him to close the gap. I think they need to be close. No I don't but I could see how someone would say. Look there's a perfect. Excuse the closing of the same thing with the racetrack. I guess there are reasons. There are reasons. I couldn't argue with someone. Who Said racetracks you because I? I can't argue with that. I get it but thank you can also say look. It's kept the people out. We've minimized the rich. So I feel strongly both ways. You know it I've got you know I. I don't think it makes a lot of sense to to try to you. Know Press through this that win you know when you read any anything that You know based on the experiences in China South Korea Italy etc so. I don't know point. Well meantime. There was racing over the last seventy two hours and some thoughts. Johnny I also figure you might know a little bit more about The the Jackpot hit four hundred twenty thousand on a seventeen hundred dollar ticket as well and then there was just the you know the interesting racing. I you know whether it's whether you were focused on the three year olds and the efforts of Nepal and Charlotte in particular and certainly should also include Field Pass who followed up his his turf win in Florida For Mike Maker and The wyckoff wins the the Jeff Ruby. Now and I think it's a nice horse I it feels like you know we'll see you mean ninety buyer but some thoughts about the weekend what What struck you. Yeah it's hard to come up with you know I'm watching the race. Obviously you've got your race. It's hard to come up with a different angle on me. Willing to try and were trying to find a different angle. What happened over the weekend? but Madonna was was powerful. Facial I don't think you can describe it any other way Ford off before too generic challenges while going fast and was able to continue on at the end everybody gets worn out fishing and emerged completely totally card as much the best. So where do you go from there? The only thing I could could possibly talk about for you. Know we have a discussion about is what a race like that does to. How much does the race like that affect a horse knock him out because certainly that was If there ever was exertion that was exertion Went fast pressured He was asked But good horses. Every horse different put good. Works are more likely to be able to withstand Especially good real. Who's just maturing coming into? You know a different level of strength and endurance. There are sometimes able to fit the withstand attacking recently that better than say five or six year old seven-year-old certainly Who are raped like that would knock them out for months but but a little bit different And if he has reasonable amount of time to recover That that he only questions where I could down say well we gotta discuss this part of the because what's this race going to do And that's partially where the trainers comes in Guy Who's always been able to always recovered mostly most of the time recovered after big races. And well he'll give them enough time. Give him whatever time you need to pick the next spot you know according to what The next spot is a nice question. Talk about I guess. We'll hear this week what's happened. Kentucky. Derby This is GonNa be really interesting because while you attempt to have people on the first Saturday in May now it means you're going to be different I soon. We don't know yet but looking more and more likely that first Saturday of May will not lot include the Kentucky Derby. We haven't heard anything yet so so now you have to trust. What do your horse race? Interesting interesting articles by Pat Board Sports illustrated. Did you happen to read that note about it was about his? About kind of a combination about the cancellation of the NCAA ATHLETICS AND HIS SON. Yourself is a slimmer Can't remember what university USA swimming for. But he's a senior and swimmers and track athletes. They point for they. WanNa be at their peak. Maybe warned two times you know a year season eighteen skiers in what the Catholics are much insane. Point for one day when you want to be at your best you you qualify without the what you hope you hope the qualified without doing your very best. There's something left in the tank. You can work back up to that recover and you want your peak performance all that championship day not so much in football and basketball and other sports. The individual competitions. You see very often and you can't. You can't reach your peak several times a season just can't recover from so you train and you compete and aim for a certain point and basically he was talking about. How much is that? It sounds college experience. And how this is all developed. And now you're ready or the biggest you know biggest point in their lives and obviously he was cancelled. And of course you debate respect to virus in the Gordon of canceling events. And he's very respectful of the situation wasn't why he was just pointing out sacrifices and how they aim for certain thing now well kind of kind of field similar way about the Kentucky Derby because we start out bringers begin and they aim for a lot like the Breeders Cup. How many times have you heard trainers on your show? Say we'll start with the breeders cup and work backwards. And that's kind of what you deal with your amy sore race. You pick out the race and you won't pay long term you ain't for so the Derby switches around and we're gonNA see what happens to the preakness and the Belmont in the whole situation. It could turn into a very Very novel and unusual circumstance and that that happened so getting back to beginning with Nobel forced to run a superior performance They have time. Maybe it's going to be a completely different calendar. That's going to have trader scam with some guys who maybe got a little bit too late to start. They're going to have a chance to catch up. Maybe and Anyone had a little hiccups along the way. Maybe it's time to recover We'll see but those are the only thing I can say about. Massage performance. Let everyone else's said absolutely absolutely awesome and you know if you go across the coast to go to California and talked about Charleston. That there's really nothing you can criticize about about the race. I don't think the only thing you could say is the competition. Maybe what maybe wasn't really tough but we don't. It's hard to be tough on them. You don't really know exactly how good they are. We have an idea but He he did he. He was awesome near perfect Now that that Ross's the Afrin has just Russell three roads. Just I've never seen anything like maybe back in the days of Heyday of Callie Matt. Or some of the other. You know big stable. Mcdonald's tables back in on thirty or forty. Maybe maybe some kind of a roster like this. But I haven't since I've not seen anything like this including backwards roster. He's he's had horses. He's got three or four they'll be contenders before but it was always kind of like. Yeah but there's this one that will look good this time. There's good it's it's absolutely amazing. That's amazing that one one trainer could have that much firepower and you know the I was under the I was. I was going to enter this season. Under the belief that okay justify shattered the Apollo Jinx? Always Been. Enter the season saying myself. Okay just because justified mean somebody else going to do. I'm really to say if you don't start at the two year old. You can't win the Derby. I'm willing to stick by that but it seems to. Have you know these cults? He hasn't seen the rewritten. The record books like it doesn't matter so looking at data looking at WHO's running and what they're doing and to say no. I can't believe that anymore. Of course now the daily possibly way like goes out anyway but so I think those people formative were what what else could you WANNA see? Only knock maybe the Dow maybe to March Charlton maybe competition. I mean if you're in knocking mood and really if your horse player it's not so much knocking what it's looking. It's remembering the old adage of all about sports. Gamblers teams a horse an individual. Never as good as they when they when they win in a tremendous performance and a team award support. An individual is never as bad. They look in a horrible losing performance. Somewhere in the middle and they're trained ability level and they will come to that knee doesn't mean they're going to do it right away with their gradually come to whatever that means it and What not do pretty well. His name's meaning a lot harder but up and this charlatan he's done something here. I reached out to my man. Doug Salvator Doug's got you know he's very good with this when it comes to the figure His you know the histories and other. I mean the one. The horse that came to mind. I was formal gold. Who had that that? One twelve buyer in his debut and then followed it up with Andrei and then in an allowance win the only sub triple digit fig of his career and then of course you know as he as he matured was tearing off one twenty s. What twenty five. Twenty four twenty six as a as a matter. Of course this is fairly. This is fairly unprecedented. I don't know how far you know being being by spikes now I I. I don't know how far you know he wants to go. But It was. It was pretty stunning. I'll tell you And the dollar. We talked about a lot leading in over the last two weeks since the since the steak win. And you know the way he use that as a seemingly as a training exercise a seven furlong and then started to lean on them with that you know mile and Sixteenth Work Hidden. And he he needed every you know every ounce of of that so Wet track to Johnny. You got you know you. You fold that in and You know I should look at it and I'm trying to think about the rest of the charts. I watching the snakes right. Nobody else. There wasn't much there wasn't much closing going on. That racetrack awesome throughout the day. But I someone wants something that I kind of always look for. You said when it's when the track is off You know let's let's see me. Award shows a clear. Thank for or unless they show it clearly. Move up on it. You know the where you've got a simple after example For the most part in off racetrack those is words were talented can in good form in other words ones were talented and sent. It doesn't bother me. They'll they'll run through it and be the ones who are say cheaper less quality Not as much informed maybe not. I'd say they will use it as an excuse to quit so very often. When you get those strong outfield over an off track you say well. They didn't those forces demand and he and he handled. Well if you look a little deeper what happens is sometimes not all times not all the time but they help because the ones that were more fit and more had more talent stretch the field out on them. So that the gap between them widen and the ones that were able to use it as an excuse Get tired. I don't like they stop. When they stopped they stopping give so that is an interesting analysis of of off track. And how seem to string out and Not always just because the other guy's Mandalit in this guy did Donald. Johnny should mention Dave Greg in the last five minutes and we'll reach out Today or indoor Pat McKenna at naira. Dave Greenwich tweeting given the announcement by the governors of New York New Jersey and Connecticut. He presumes that acqueduct will not Continue to run the Monday announcement states. Casinos Gyms Race Tracks and movie theaters will close at nine P eight. Pm Tonight So there you go and people there. There's there's lots of There's lots of movement understandably to be responsible Here I know that Churchill live and I think their employees are going to be working from home The they're going to try to make Make it as easy for everybody to shelter in places they say you know. Did you see the? Did you see the Hashtag? Stay the stay. Hello except not say the Fuck Gomez Pretty Funny Trying to you know it's funny they say that they say that The the millennial crowd and the that the two generations that are being cavalier about this Mateo part of the reason for that is because of the victims of this virus. Appear to be not been. So they're they don't they don't understand what they how they can transmit. It's an older people injury they don't they don't see their own. They hide that information in books and articles. The it's it's not it. It's not a difficult. There's people from the World Health Organization and learned people None none apparently Pennsylvania Avenue but elsewhere that You know understand out this. There's a piece that people can pull up. It's not it's not a long read from writers yesterday talking about a patient. Thirty one in South Korea A young woman who managed to single handedly trip the widespread the spread of it in South Korea singlehandedly by going to church a couple of days despite having fevers and Also going to a restaurant and somewhere else to It's fascinating Send the link to it. So bring Patrick's Day. Well that's another thing I mean that's just idiotic. I mean it's they'll be other Saint Patrick's days Why anybody would not understand the importance? I mean they. They do have grandparents right and they do. Have they do well and and I saw I saw something so of course on facebook? There's so much stupidity it's hard to. It's hard to keep track but I saw one comment about. Oh does anybody actually know anyone? And of course when Chuck Simon was with us on Wednesday. He talked about John. Brennan who Anybody around the harness game has known for fifty years and I understand yesterday Word Word came that Richard Monk Funky monkey the stable David. Donald Trains for Richard Monk. Who's been around New York racing forever? And and I would think is somebody that's vulnerable because he's had cancer fight and so forth. I understand Richard and his wife for sick so I it's it's just remarkable people would be cavalier about this. You're the well you know you mentioned the By the way I I told Gail he said I don't know if I want to go on the show he said. Well what are you what what do you mean? You don't want to go on a short well. Every time I go on there something happens and make something happen well last week. The JOHN IS THE FAST. Moving story was was a revolving and splashing across the wires and gaining a reaction. You you were very helpful of you know we were just. We couldn't speculate until specifics came around But now it's a it's a week later Some thoughts I mean you've certainly you know in in your career around the game. You know you understand this dialogue. And the you know the unusual circumstance of trainers winning it at exorbitant rates or you know with performances that are too good be true and and you know you can roll your eyes and and so forth but you you know until there's something to hang your hat on Now there's there's something to hang a hat on. Yeah I funny because like I told myself. He was a good day for racing. But the more I thought about it against it wasn't a very good day for racing But actually contact to people you acquaintances and apologized them. Because on different occasions they had asked me. Excuse me my expert expert. In Air quotes opinion Specifically Pace and service His stats in straining and by extension the viral but specifically Jason. And you know I think in my in my mind. My Monitor at my handicapping minds. I certainly mood. They were performing wave of of expectation. But I I think I must not have wanted to believe it Certainly to the extent that it's been it's been guess is that And I told both and I I made the case to both of those people that you know. He's just he's just a good horseman and he runs his horses in the right spot and look at a horse like maximum security. He got he got four wings. Maximum security before he had faced anybody and that's just great management and you know he is. Training is unorthodox so people are don't understand it they don't get it and start the same as everybody else so you you know you wanna you. WanNa question it criticized so I laid out all these wonderful points. The both of these people and part of my job last week was to contact. These people apologize because because I've been such an idiot and so now he really and yet and yet I know I know. They were exceed the expectations. I know that the things that were happening were were right. I guess I just didn't want to internalize it or or believe that my wrap my arms around it. I wanted to keep it at a distance. I wanted to believe something else so I had myself convinced. That wasn't the case by the way and I know you know this and and worst players Melissa. These are not the only guy who have between twenty and thirty percent. I clean wind percentages. So either we have some very bad trainers out there or losing horses. Some really good trainers or there's more of this going on we. We haven't even scratched the surface was one or the other. Those type thing I I compared to the little. Just certainly not the complete situation. It's not A. It's more of an apples to oranges comparison but sports When when mcgwire and Sosa and one bonds and and and these guys were banging them out of the Ballpark Russsian rate and everyone was excited in the throes of it and they're worth the questions were there and rage but they couldn't really be raised because you didn't have any proof so it's very similar that the problem is once it came out once the steroid use came out then rain every time. A guy hit a home run. If a little guy you know home run it was because he was on sterile and if a if a home run hitter went into a slump always off there it was the answer for it. Became the easy answer for everything you know when a horse wins impressively the first reaction is to say. Well I got using the shit everyday and I don't know anymore I I feel that I feel a bit like like what do I know now anymore about? This game has done a lot of Wesley. Well I can. I can certainly empathize and concur. I mean I I you know. There's there's understanding or seeing performance at certain levels that you know you you make the presumptions about and that that can be at eight tracks but when it comes to when it comes to the highest level John I? That was the part that I I was incredulous about that. You know that between super testing and between out of competition testing that and and international certainly There's there's uncertainty about Saudi Saudi thing but When when in reference to the Golden Shane and and Dubai? Oh we're told that how. How you know on foolproof. It is internationally. Well yeah so using that as the standard you think I it doesn't. It's not possible that somebody would risk at that level. That's what that's what I was certainly taken in by at that to that degree. I mean you know plus you want to. You also want to believe in the in the story. I mean the story was a fun story. You know a you know a horse that a whole and really a whole family a voices including including the sire and the and the damn that were basically given up on and you know the sire exported the Damn sold and the horse willing to be. You know dangled At a low price and yeah and obviously I mean everybody figured that you have to have a whole or to win them you know to to be running at that level but then you know then to gain the momentum you know he gained it just seemed like a you know like a pretty pretty wonderful story. That's all and and that that part of it is you know. That's that's a big part of the disheartening element. You add something to what I forgot to mention the test. I mean we believe. They were infallible. Well there was never. I don't think I don't think there's ever been that. It was infallible. I mean that that that at the high you your presumption was what they referred to as super testing and constant monitoring and all that stuff goes on particularly with the triple crown and the Breeders Cup that those the that collection of supervision and monitoring would weed it out and You know that's what that's what's so difficult to to deal with that and also there's no that's the point where you're trying to make last week with with. Sean Smith was that other than adding another layer of of infrastructure. That's going to have to be paid for. What what magic what magic elixirs are going to be discovered under? What essentially is a similar scenario? I mean you you. You're going to have to create a you know the thing that had been discussed last week. I it's gotta be it's gotTa be undercover work and tip lines and You know and and a deterrence that absolutely Shut it off and yeah the one other problems going to be johnny that There's there's plenty of concern over rumors and whispers that You know there's more there's more to come. And there's some other areas of potential embarrassment you know and nefarious activity. It's very tough to be upbeat. Say The least. I don't want any more bad news while on your show. Yeah exactly the good news. Did you see the. Did you see you were in California? When Schwarzenegger was governor right yeah? Did you see the video of him telling people to stay home with and he's got a donkey miniature donkey like a either a I can't really tell by the video? But he borough or who or he's got a donkey and he's got a. He's got a miniature pony. Yeah in in the kitchen. It's in the kitchen. He's having the kitchen. Yes I as usual. The donkey is just. The ponies are fine. But they're generally. They're kind of nasty. That that borough is adorable that Apparently her name's Lulu so seek this out. Everybody put but the Arnold and you'll you'll see it's really cute I. It's who know who knows Johnny. This is This this was good. Thank you you know you. You mentioned briefly here. You mentioned that. A huge payoff insanity. Either yeah the sweats. The four hundred twenty one thousand dollar winner and the ticket was sold to express that just to give you quickly give you a little info long it take. It was seventeen hundred twenty eight dollars which is a decent ticket I would say yeah but it gives you a lot of coverage on a twenty cent wager. The ticket look like this one five six six by four I. Six fire weather So that encompass most of most of the afternoons action And and does that mean. You're happy catching a nice payoff in the last and and that made it all but sweet to go into the last race with Lebanon runners and and just figure that you need. I think there were three or four of them. I think we're live at that point or the single ticket. So must've this person had always picking Because he had he had one through eleven in the last race so he must just maturing here. You know watching hoping for one or two or maybe for four. I can't remember exactly what showed one would pay it out and He must've had a ball. Everybody Anyway Got Seventy one with twenty six sixty so that's another big payoffs to express it And this is not a not a high highest level. What is it is a decent player but he's not not a XP select where So it can happen my point. Seventeen twenty eight. That's big ticket. That's not that's not like yeah. That's that's not even well at at twenty cents. I mean divided by five. So you know it's like a three well let me tell you what. What would we hear we had? We had the one pay. Was it. one point two billion Back in February. I was seventeen that kick. It was fifty one. Twenty one dollars and forty cents. One point two million. It was won by eight five two eight five watts so to single. Who are those eight four? All this is a cost and there was a double in the other two single double and to all fifty one twenty comes back one point. Two million throw in many ways to skin a cat. I guess the moral of the story always always always tomorrow over with Andy I'll go over the big payout in the cross country and and it's funny across country which was tricky going in and it was playing out fairly. You know fairly fairly fairly four. And then you had the nightcap it at oaklawn and the Leib longs with a monster With a big price winner in the nightcap. That put the Spurs to the the Cross Country. That's over that tomorrow with any you remember on the twenty seven percents worry another the Gulfstream Rainbow six pigment. Pay Four hundred sixty eight thousand four hundred sixty nine thousand dollars that gets. It was twenty three hundred dollars. Thousand Three hundred and four dollars. It was twelve which was an all by eight which isn't all by two which is ten works by two and seven Moorefield. I thought the nine one steal like six and a nine hundred twenty three hundred dollar ticket. Four hundred sixty nine thousand dollars so you know you you like you take yourself. I can't put tickets. I can't compete with guys like that to play the game like that. Well you can't but on Roy seventeen somebody put in a fifty one twenty fifty one dollars ticket and hit one point two billion so gotta be Your Day. He's gotTa be always. That's always the case whether it's a six-figure scores seven figure scores or to figure scores doesn't matter Johnny. Thank you I appreciate all right. Tv carry stuff and stick yourself in Phoenix and Now and you and same thing for you and and I I don't know next. Monday will be interesting to see how much we've got much we've got to talk about. We the United whereas laughing today over the weekend about he said. What are you GonNa do racing racing staff they said? Well we'll we'll we'll pull out a few features that I've wanted to do like Horses the time forgot. That's something I've wanted to do for ages so we'll come if you WANNA shift. Here's I think an important public service would be on foreign people you know. Now they're stuck inside of of television shows and movies that they ought to see that and and let them know you know what service the wrong whether it's HBO or or A NETFLIX or or or whatever service they're on and let's start to you know because people had in one something that watch you. Don't WanNa waste your time so I think that'd be great public service. All right that that'll be added to the that'll the potentialities don't doubt no doubt Johnny de everybody. Xp Johnny de Little Past the top of the hour. Let's break we've got Michael. Mccarthy Dale Romans and We've had extensive conversations this morning. Little kind of a sedate really but Important to back after this hour. 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