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"mike binder" Discussed on Inside of You with Michael Rosenbaum

Inside of You with Michael Rosenbaum

05:13 min | 2 months ago

"mike binder" Discussed on Inside of You with Michael Rosenbaum

"Some sanity. There was this place where i could go each and every night where there were a bunch of other air to wells like myself. Who weren't a at the at that moment academically. That wasn't there is. This was still in school. I you know so. I thought this was no. I wasn't at this. I was. I got thrown out of school and i was working and making a living but i didn't care. This was the most fun where i connect with people. I didn't even know. I felt that that laughter even in those moments even if they were laughing at me it was the first time i connected with other human beings. That didn't have the same last name as you know. And and just that connection made me feel like i wasn't alone in a big part of what i feel so they were just laughing at me so i made. I just went. I went on with. I'll be honest. I had nothing even if you look at my youngest medium special. I did a young median. Special when i came out here that next year i have met. Some medians. Were Playing got york's. I wasn't a comedian but whereas like when every night there was a Mike binder is to love binder good buddies birthright. Yeah so binder became friends with binder. And it'd be friends with this other guy called Michael report who i don't think is around. But he they he lived in la. And there's michael report but not a michael rap. There's a michael rapaport but there's also lord or okay. He's like rappaport with more report with more. They said you guys should come out and we made. I made a vacation with my wife. We came out there and binder got me on the comedy store and got seen by Wasn't mris mris best friend. I'm trying to remember with lady's name was and she goes. You got to be irregular. Obesity about me made me a regular comedy just for our listeners. At the comments are mitzi who ran the comedy store who recently passed away. God yourself but her friend yeah and there was a producer in the audience from a comedy game show called nikki laughs george foster and he said he came up to me said one a bit in la for one day. Can you want to elevate that. That's you working not. This is like a drain. This is like yeah. Yeah see says. Come to my office tomorrow. So my i finally was ever on. I've been in la from three thousand miles away for twenty four hours. I go to ktla where they do. Make me laugh. The first time. I was ever on a studio. I've never even seen a studio before. It was amazing. I was blown away. And he had tried to make his Secretary la okay. Okay all right all right on just telling me he goes and you take a couple of days and.

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"mike binder" Discussed on The Kirk Minihane Show

The Kirk Minihane Show

03:12 min | 7 months ago

"mike binder" Discussed on The Kirk Minihane Show

"You'll find out about how the patriots placed on youtube Okay all right good. How about useful to us. How about the old No you can't bring your gun. No fuck in. South carolina really south carolina is get one dollar a black market Probably will do that. I think we you need one. Yeah if we just. W the i could. I could pack that in my my check bag do that. We need some weapon. When you say i don't think so. Sounds like you guys are in danger like when this podcast is successful. It seems that you're gonna be on the lam told me is investing in crypto guns and we always knew i would say our lives are in danger on this trip. Wow really you disappoint steve. Not staying like in the room next to me the protect me. It's not a great producing instincts. Them on you know. Say i mean. I'll security real security guy always been just that's true. I think he should guard. You're rue the did you right here yesterday. We're we're both immediately like this is a guy that sleeps for seventeen hours a day. And he's going to be in charge of security concern about that john belushi documentary watching this guy. Smokey smokey his security guy left the end the blue shoe. Benny went crazy again. It was that good. They were advertising that. I watched the documentary and they kept. Advertisement documentary. knows what was a little too. Like fluffy like thirty business. I am mike binder fan. So i didn't love him and there are certain things like the fact that he had any letter basically had an episode about any letterman right. It's like a decent young but it's like why the fuck is this happened. It's awesome. I think of the kami sterling. I know rogan successful podcast. But i don't think of him like that. Oh no he in that world album. Let's the think of like. But i think i still think leno again. Rogan will say that the company source of course of thank you. I don't know well. I mean he moved since he moved out of la. It's not going to be what it was the last assures that's no i. I understand his role in it. But what like what is how is he doing. He's doing great. But like i know it's funny is i mean. I'm sure he's doing good. He just said bill burr. I guess now. But i mean you forget. I forgot that. He's only on spotify now so easily. Poco it's just you forget. He's if now it's not going right to my podcast. Attic cleaned right. So i just forget he's doing podcast. Subscribe the justin's podcast. Now it's on podcast form and apple tv film section. On sunday i saw up to them or fifty two in the i team's rankings. Really yes did you see that. Did of course justin so dumb he did. It can get sort of our cast. Tweeden number seventy seven. He took a picture of it on the wrap up. Show rankings like no you're actually in the real rankings. You can actually take like a bull bowel for that. Yeah like it's you know. He's a humble guy. I know but like but but the tweet wasn't fucking sense. It wasn't funny he was. I guarantee his thought process was if i take a bow for this. Oh.

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"mike binder" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

The Adam Carolla Show

07:40 min | 8 months ago

"mike binder" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

"So Mike binder that is with the five part Docu series the comedy store you talked a Letterman, you talk to Mandell talk to rock talk to row and Corolla, and all the all the all the massive names, all the luminaries, the legendary who did you who do you like in the interview? who were you surprised by like I'm looking at a name, for instance, which is Yaacov smirnoff right and I used to make fun of Yakov smirnoff because I was sort of a novelty comedian he is the most genuine sweetest. Warmest. Person on the planet like he is such a sweetheart, right? Very Real Guy I've known him forever had known from day one in show business with both of us. So I do like them, I like them a lot. He's very real. and. He has a lot. You know he he. Got Very emotional at one point. He has a lot of love for the place right? Do I you know and. And I I. Like those a lot. Liked. You know there was a lot. It didn't like you know a few people came in and it just blew me away with their kind of. You know kind of cynicism and I wasn't looking for that. That's not what I wanted to do. You know and Can you name any name? Any of those people Hitler and You know it doesn't matter because I didn't make the DOT. I didn't put him in jail. They were just there were sort of cynical or their attitude was poor. What what was it? They just wanted to flame throw you know and snow. Horse Yeah you know and and. And you know they were kind of. The way the world turned out you know and I wasn't looking to do. As you can see if you ever see it a hallmark thing because it's not all I. showed a lot of that the cracks and crevices, but by the same token I wasn't I was. Trying to talk about. Why this white comedians need a home Why comedians even care about a place. What you know they're all you know. Why why does comedians such a solo job? Why? Why do they need a place that they gravitate to and show that how what it was about this place? became. The spot that you want to kind of have your name on the wall you know. The The fourth episode is going to air this Sunday ten PM on showtime I'm going to watch everyone I'm I mean one or two of them I I imagine. I think three of three of them at your boy I'm I'm looking forward to that Let's see. Oh this this episode is going to highlight the Joe Rogan comeback story or Mencia Story. Max. Good. All right. Well, we will be watching a Mike binder. Yes go ahead Brian before we disconnect I WANNA take a left turn. If there's just a couple minutes Mike, a you're in was an actor, one of my favorite movies quietly on a favorite movies minority report, and you played a crucial key character with the screened on screen for. Two minutes, but it was really impactful. It was a really dynamic character was talking about your experience I. Really Love that movie. I think it's an underrated. I'd like to know what your experience was. Working with Spielberg or doing getting ready for a party that was fairly despicable. You were set up to a de facto bad guy. Yeah Leo Crow. Yeah Fun Time you know I was I was actually doing a. Mighty mad if the time. and. I just got a call out of nowhere to do that. I was on it longer than. Two minutes with screen time, which was weird because that ad I mean all these other things on the walls you know and. It was great and it was Stephen Spielberg and Tom Cruise and it was fun. And? One cool story that I have on that one is we shot this. This scene. In downtown Los Angeles part of building where. Crews shoots the gun and I go flying out the window you know out the. Out The glass. Window. Out Thirty floors below. and. We chat with him and fighting over the gun on warning, and then they were going to have the stent guy could they had? A giant foam pad just about two stories below on a crane and he was going to go flying out dressed as me. You know just. Hair piece looks like me everything that and. I come back from lunch. And And you know we. Still guys are a lot of fun and we'd all been joking around and I hear him I agree no no, no Tom Goats he could do it Michael Jewish. MIGHT NOT DO IT I. Stephen Goes No I. Don't think he. She will. He's not going to want to and I go. What are you guys talking about it because? I think you should just do the stunt. I've done every stunt, every one of my. And it's GonNa look fake if you don't do it and Steven goes I don't think so and and is the DP. They're all fucking goaty me and. tangos look out the window looking at giant big phone pad. It's just GonNa be fun. You'RE GONNA land on a trampoline. Any there'd be so much re-learn. Falling crappy. If you don't do it I just can't believe he wouldn't do it unlike this kid night school well, I guess I'll do it if you and. Stephen. Okay. Thanks, Mike that's great. Stan Hook Up. All the crews goes I, it will just be careful. Don't lend this part here on your neck feel die instantly. And all of a sudden he starts laughing and I realize these fucking guys they suck me in you know like a little high school. Kid wanted be in the gang so bad you know. Martin Lewis routine trying to guess you. They did they did I was I was GONNA do I was teen in my pants, but I was GONNA do it. Did you do it did you land? Oh No. Just gasoline you all the way they would've never let me do. He goes. Let me. You know there's just no way was worth it for the story Mike Binder. Thanks for joining US man. We'll talk soon and I'll be watching. Thanks so much for having me on guys. I really appreciate it and at an thanks for being a part of the. My own were you helped out It was my honour. We'll take a quick break come back with the news right after this. You. Gino. Break, gained. All those crazy trump tweets. Gino troubled. Gina. Gina. The news with Gene Grad..

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"mike binder" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

The Adam Carolla Show

07:25 min | 8 months ago

"mike binder" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

"Five parter episode four airs this Sunday Ten PM on showtime and can watch them on demand at show. Dot Com is well never seen before footage and all the big names good to see him. I. See you thanks for having me on the program, my my pleasure What is the what's going on at the comedy store right now and? Are they gonNA be able to sort of stay stay afloat during this pandemic? No right now it's. E Ebola testing center, Zuhdi basically. It's it's No it's shutdown. No. Actually they do have. The front bar is open on the patio. As you know, they have a great patio body the although Sunday night. They had the back patio opened the show. They're actually showing the show in the back. You can watch it on a big screen, but for some reason, the people the great people of California I don't think that live entertainment is an essential business in live comedy central business, which they're dead wrong and. They even set up a way that they could. Have, tables and chairs, chairs and everything outside and. They shut them down after about two days. It was a big success people came. Sold that I guess both nights and they just the county shut them down. You know. But so now it's just some nights I. Think they actually do some shows through the front window and people in the bar can look up and see you and hear you the guy, the comics you know. But it's It's a sad state of affairs. God. I saw story the other night where somebody got busted I. Think it was in New York, because they were cafe kind of store rope owner and they left their front door open is that left the fucking door open and somebody from the city came in to gamma summons. I gotTa tell you people. I don't want to sound like slippery slope guy but we're we are crossing some. We're crossing some bridge here that we are GONNA. Wish we never fucking crossed. We are crossing a bridge where we are leading fucking full retards like Gavin, newsom and that total fucking Posey Garcetti and all these other fucking pencil pushing Dick's run our fucking lives and we're going Willy Nilly along we're acting like it's the right thing to do. No, we're good citizens. No, you done real good thing. Don't wish me out in the Cornfield Gavin newsom the sad part. It's not what fucking Gavin newsom doing it's what all the fucking sheep are doing behind him we should be. Yes. I live in Santa Monica the other night I'm sitting on my front porch. In this guy walk on not on my side. Astute. On the sidewalk weapon that fireside watched by with mask on you watch by in a few minutes later he comes back and he goes. You need to put a mascot. And I win I'm smoking a cigar. And I'm on my front. Porch. And took you ten minutes to figure out if you needed to combat get moving. But it was like. Wow this is what we've come to you know. I'm. If you'RE GONNA Hassle so an outdoors for not wearing a mask go ahead and pull your mask down put a fucking pistol in your mouth and blow your fucking retarded at please in the name of society if you're older than twenty five and you do that, please eat a fucking bullet you fucking assholes this this is we're turning to shit. It's insane that the government is is going into going into guys little dagoes. Now, telling them you're going to get a summons for not for leaving your front door open nobody should pay any of those nobody should fuck write a check do anything all but you've been on stage right lesson I saw you you're heading to. Texas. I think somewhere to do some show. I've Been Texas three times I've been to Nashville two times I've been to Arizona. I've been Salt Lake City, and that's that's Harlow in Monte Carlo. That's right. That's just but I haven't been to me my. I've done. Gigs I've flown south. West more than ever have. I've done everything I. It doesn't matter me but okay let's let's focus on on you and the DOC. You got some of the biggest names out there in this. I can't believe their has there never been a documentary on the comedy store because it seems like such a great subject. I think there's been specials on the comedy store. I think there was like A. True Hollywood, thing on the comedy store I don't think I. Mean I spent two years working on this thing. You know this is a deep dive on it. I think Showtime, let me do this right. You know I think. You Know I. Think this is the first one with this kind of. Depth to it or whatever but. I don't you know I don't think on this level. It's been done because it's a great story. It is fifty years forty, forty, eight years. The comedy store has been around and you know it had acute talk years business wise. But it's really It's really Kinda. Mecca for COMEDIANS. You know it's it's really interesting how it's. The center of the world of STANDUP. What were some of the lean years? What were some of the off years for the comedy store? I would say two thousand to two, thousand, ten, nine, summarily there. Those I mean they weren't all what? that. Those were that was the bad decade. Really. I wouldn't. I wouldn't have thought that but I wouldn't have known what era to pick. Why was that? Why was it bad? I think a lot of it was that. A big part of it was that Mitzi. was really sick the owner mitzi shore and they really know how they wanted to run the store without her I think The other Comedians went to other clubs I think because there was no one really running the club. A lot of Comedians Kinda just came in and took over the place would just go on all night. You know big four or five comics that were the big names of their and they would come in all night in do like. Sets you know and it just wasn't a well run room. and. I, think. Social media hadn't really kind of picked up to the place where they could really.

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"mike binder" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

05:38 min | 9 months ago

"mike binder" Discussed on KQED Radio

"World other than Mitzi, it's Richard or is everyone used to call me when we were here? Rich? That's the voice of Mike Binder, who's the writer and director of Showtime's new five part documentary, Siri's, The Comedy store. Bind her first got on stage that Sunset Strip comedy Club a long, long time ago when he was 18 years old. His biggest success came much later in 2001 when he wrote, directed and starred in the HBO comedy Siri's The Mind of the Married Man. And now Binder serves as our tour guide through what essentially is the history of comedy since the seventies. If he and Showtime and waited two more years to release this Siri's. It would mark the 50th anniversary of the comedy store, which Mitzi Shore co founded in 1972. But why wait? A story in binders. Hands is both timely and timeless. Many of the comics interviewed for this program, like in the comedy store to a comedy college. Really? It seems more like a comedy high school. Their cliques and teacher's pets, Rebels and delinquents. And in a place where everyone is the class clown binder emerges is the veteran comic with an everyman perspective. When he offers his own perspective, talking about Richie Pryor or anybody else he saw working that room it's worth hearing. And when he reminisces with everyone from David Letterman and Jay Leno to Whoopi Goldberg and Marc Maron, they open up to him like they're swapping tales of a high school reunion. They talk a lot about Mitzi Shore, who began running the club solo in 1974 and stayed involved until her death two years ago. Many of the comics binder interviews, female and male do their vocal imitations of her. Not all the stories. They're happy ones. Even though this documentary has the cooperation of the shore family, it's honest and unblinking enough to tackle the darker times. The death of young comic Freddy Prince. The time. Many of the comics including Letterman, went on strike too demand they get paid for their appearances on stage. And the comics talking openly with Binder are very candid telling stories about Mitzi that are anything but flattering. At this comedy store. Siri's is more than just a history of the club. It's also a history of modern comedy. How Johnny Carson and TV sitcoms changed the landscape, as did the advent of cable TV and comedy specials. And how acts like Pryor really pushed the envelope? And best of all, this documentary is the story of the evolution of dozens of individual comics. There's a lot of talk about process and daring to fail. And what's obvious While watching the Showtime special is that stand up comics have a tendency to remember bits from other comics acts that even the people who performed them have long for gotten But thanks to home movies and other archive footage, we get the witness those bits. For example, when Bob Saget talks to Mike Binder, about one particularly esoteric stand up bit by Michael Keaton, who pretends to read from a tiny two inch comic that came wrapped around some bubble gum Michael Keaton stand up. It was all conceptual. He would read a bazooka Joe bubble gum. Rapper that had fortunate Remember Bazooka Joe Gum. I just read it to you now, you might not laugh, but I think it's very funny, says Bazooka. Joe has a clock in his hand, you know, and Toby says what you're doing Okay? Joe says. I'm throwing a clock out the window, he says. Why? Joe says I wanted to see time fly. He says. Time. Bazooka Joe. It's rather ethereal Subject isn't thiss documentary contains plenty of laughs to make it very entertaining. But it says a lot at the same time about fame about the drive to succeed and about both competition and friendship. Such topics as sexism and racism are addressed, frankly also In putting this all together, Binder has access to a seemingly endless stack of candid photos taken at the club and uses them very well. He also folds in some very specific music choices on the soundtrack, ending each episode on one emotional peak or another. The comedy store in its five installments shows that comedy is serious business. It has examined here. It's also very inspirational and heartwarming and very, very funny. David Bianculli is editor of the website TV WORTH watching. And a professor of TV studies at Roland University. He reviewed the comedy Store, a new documentary series that begins Sunday on Showtime. On Monday's show. We speak with actor Ethan Hawke, known for his roles in Dead Poets Society, Reality Bites, Training Day before Trilogy Boyhood and first Reformed. He's now starring as the 19th century abolitionist leader, John Brown in the New Showtime. Siri's The Good Lord Bird. It's based on a James McBride novel. I hope you can join us. Fresh Air's executive producer is Danny Miller, Our senior producer. This week is Roberta Shaw Rock. Our technical director and engineer is Audrey Bentham, with additional engineering support from Joyce Lieberman and Julian Hertzfeld. Our interviews and reviews are produced and edited by Amy Salad. Phyllis Myers, Sam Bricker Morin Krenzel, Heidi Salmon. Theresa Madden. They a challenger, Seth Kelly and Kayla Lattimore, Our associate.

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"mike binder" Discussed on Fresh Air

Fresh Air

05:15 min | 9 months ago

"mike binder" Discussed on Fresh Air

"TV. Critic David Be Cooley has this review. Any one person is responsible for making the store the most important comedy club in the world other Mitzi it's Richard. Or everyone used to call them when we were here. Which? That's the voice of Mike Binder who's the writer and director of Showtime's new five part documentary series the comedy store. BINDER I got on stage at Sunset Strip comedy club a long long time ago when he was eighteen years old. His biggest success came much later in two thousand one when he wrote directed and starred in the HBO comedy. Series. The. Mind of the married man. And now binder serves as our tour guide through what essentially is the history of comedy since the Seventies. If he and showtime waited two more years to release this series, it would mark the fiftieth anniversary of the comedy store which Mitzi Shore Co founded in Nineteen, seventy two. But why wait? The story in binders hands is both timely and timeless. Many of the comics interviewed for this program in the comedy store to accommodate college. But really, it seems more like a comedy high school. There are cliques, teachers, pets, rebels, and delinquent. And in a place where everyone is the class clown binder emerges as the veteran comic with an everyman perspective when he offers his own perspective talking about Ritchie prior or anybody else he saw working that room, it's worth hearing. And when he reminisces with everyone from David, Letterman and Jay Leno to Whoopi Goldberg and Marc Maron they open up to him like they're swapping tails at a high school reunion. They talk a lot about Mitzi shore began running the club's Solo in Nineteen, seventy four and stayed involved until her death two years ago. Many of the comics binder interviews, female and male do their vocal imitations of her. Not. All the stories are happy ones even though this documentary has the cooperation of the shore family it's honest and unblinking enough to tackle the darker? Times. The death of young comic Freddie Prinz. The time many of the comics including Letterman went on strike to demand they get paid for their appearances on stage. And the comics talking openly with binder are very candid telling stories about Mitzi that are anything but flattering. But this comedy store series is more than just a history of the club. It's also a history of modern comedy. How Often and TV sitcoms changed the landscape as did the advent of cable TV and comedy specials. And how acts like prior really pushed the envelope. and Best of all, this documentary is the story of the evolution of dozens of individual comics. There's a lot of talk about process and daring to fail. and. What's obvious while watching the showtime special is that stand up comics have a tendency to remember bits from other comics acts that even the people who performed them of long forgotten. But thanks to home movies and other archive footage. We get to witness those bits. For example, when Bob Saga talks to Mike binder about one particularly Esoteric standup bit by Michael Keaton who pretends to read from a tiny two inch comic that came wrapped around some bubble gum Michael, Keaton Stan. It was all conceptual. He would read a Bazooka Joe Bubble Gum. Wrapper that had a fortunate remember Bazooka Joe. Bubblegum. Just read it to you. Now, you might not laugh at I. Think is very funny. Zucca Joe. has in his hand. And W says what are you doing? Joe Says I'm throwing a clock out the window. He says why Mizuko Joe says I wanted to see time fly? says. Time Bazooka Joe. It's rather a subject isn't it? This documentary contains plenty of laughs to make it very entertaining but it says a lot at the same time about fame about the drive to succeed in about both competition and friendship. Such topics as sexism and racism are addressed frankly also. In, putting this, all together binder has access to a seemingly endless stack of candid photos taken at the club and uses them very well. He also folds in some very specific music choices on the soundtrack ending each episode on one emotional peak or another. The comedy store in its five installments shows that comedy is serious business. But as examined here, it's also very inspirational and heartwarming and very, very funny David Being Cooley is editor of the website TV worth watching and a professor of TV studies at Rohan University. He reviewed the comedy store, a new documentary series that begins Sunday on showtime. On Monday show, we speak with actor Ethan Hawke known for his roles in dead Poets Society Reality Bites Training Day the before Trilogy Boyhood and First Reformed He's now starring as the Nineteenth Century abolitionist leader John Brown in the new showtime series, the Good Lord.

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"mike binder" Discussed on The Bill Bert Podcast

The Bill Bert Podcast

07:48 min | 9 months ago

"mike binder" Discussed on The Bill Bert Podcast

"Send him that. Clip never gotten in my life a year later he sends me back. Gotti. That was the greatest cliff I've ever gotten in my life, I? Think if you send the guy the greatest clip. The next morning, you don't do that fucking. Blew me away. A year later oh by the way did he say anything else? In, curiosity. Let's help Bert out here. What is the expiration on? Oh by the way Oh here. Get about it. He goes he can't say oh, by the way the way you haven't talked to a guy for year. That's A sorry buddy. Here's my other favorite you. My other favorite thing in the documentary in. This is so funny. It's unreal I. And Ruben show. They're talking in bill and bird says, you know what they're talking about the comedy store in Burt says. You know what would be so great if somebody did a documentary about the comedy store. Now, I would love to see one in Ari Shapiro says. Yeah Mike binder's doing he's been working for like two years. And or goes wait a minute. I mean that. I'm. Here with me for that and I've seen some clips of it, I'm in I can't believe I just said that. And so in the DOC I go. I had made such an impression, this guy's life. Like you sent me a clip of David. Letterman telling me he thought I was funny. Do you realize you're just you're the Messenger in that and it as soon as I got that I went I need to spread the word of this I, I I you got lost in the wash. To My mom, my dad, my sisters, my wife's dad my wife's like I text in at everyone and then at the end I'm just I'm like Oh. Yeah and like a month later, two months later, it wasn't a year but it was probably definitely six months. I was like Shit I gotTa, thank Mike for them. I cannot make an impression on this guy i. Can't remember that he was in my documentary. He's seen five of my movies again remember the title you can't. Is like unlike an invisible guy hovering around? Alberta is this just. The way burt is it's It's It's not volition a Barracuda. No He's the best. He's the bed. I always house and a helicopter and the video is about what a wacky dad he is. Risking my life. Fuck in hybrid fucking as shared airspace. Between I'm not GonNa say where, and I'm fucking trying to do that while keep my head on a swivel looking for this fucking news helicopter I watched the video and it's all about him. It's not even about his kids events with a big smile it's how burt is. Latin I have to say I have to say the thing that you did promote your special with the band. I love that I I looked at that and I thought this is such a perfect example of having your own world doing you wrong thing bringing. It, I just loved. It exists. You know that's why when you say I do a five four cameras Sitcom something. You don't need that man. You're you're you're you're you're the boss you're your own company. You know you the boss, your own company you know and when you say you don't work hard. Do you hired an entire like a forty piece orchestra? It's not easy. And then I don't know how many takes you did but you running. You will running like wolves chasing you and I know. I'm a few years older than you but I know the the amount of Ben game required after three takes of that. That was brilliant. That was bringing that to my wife. I was like look at this this guy I've ever seen and I said to my wife and go come here. I go bird gets the Internet. Gets the. Sitting there. GonNa cut bullish shows come out. You guys seem the stuff that Kevin James is doing right now it's fucking great. It's glorious. It's genius. It's so it makes me think God. What's coming next? You know there's no reason anybody has to work for. The the corporations of for anybody else everybody has to be their own boss and just make their own well that to as many young kids as possible because I know agencies are trying to start like podcast networks they're trying to reinsert themselves between you and in the money coming at you. To remain relevant. So you WanNa talk about abusing power this shit that they're going to say to these young kids will help you develop a podcast. We'll get you on our network. Your money will come to you through us with our name in the upper right left hand corner, and that's when you've done. You've done the money goes I get it. To get the piece. That you know hurt the slug where you talk about it in the doc about what? Joe and bill came to you. It really was an interesting little slug how those guys talk to you and how you took that and what you've done with that now is to me Golden. You know in you take to your band thing and dancing, and then I love where I've heard about how you took said covert anchorman do drive it. You know you know A smart. Comic. Can't be stopped. That's great. That's great. Stuff should be a t shirt. I think there should be an. Unless after it. There's a lot of potholes to step in. Now sometimes, they just create a pothole. All right. Well, I got I got the Kiddos I gotta get back to them out here on the road with my family here I want to thank everybody came up to my shows. I did ten shows last week two shows a night. Are, you done bill? No I got. I got. Another six shows out here in Jersey. Then I'm Don I got you know I. Don't know what I gotta do. Kinda shows. I got this like. And like a space heater in like a couple of plates that I spit in the end of the. I'm a comedian might know what's the venue look like? Oh I did everything I did a patch of grass behind a motel to shows there had a woman come out of her house screaming at me that she shouldn't have to listen to that. Then I. On the SORTA stage making fun of what I thought was her house in it turned out she lived on the other side and the guy who owned the house was making fun of was sitting there listening to the show enjoying it so I felt bad but he didn't pay us. So anyway then I did a farm in Morris Connecticut that literally looked like.

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"mike binder" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show

The Rich Eisen Show

03:41 min | 1 year ago

"mike binder" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show

"Mom like that. Out of the box, but anyway what happened was When I moved to La and I had. Gone to the comedy store. And and Mitt. Any owner Mitzi sure said you should work here and I was GONNA go to Grad School for film at USC 'cause I'd won the student. Oscar I thought. It was a big deal twenty one. You know those are really likable people who wants to think they're stars, and now they are because the world has changed, but I'd say Garry shandling was one of the first people I became friends with. And we would go to his house in the valley would write jokes and most of them involved. You know my unit or his unit or any any guys. Try to relate to your your brethren and And then relationship stuff, and that was what I did for many years, and then Dave Cohen moved out tons of Mike Binder, but then I. You know I was thrown into the the comedy store. World was Robin Williams and Richard Pryor must've been amazing. Amazing, amazing and I couldn't believe they like to me. They don't fake it nothing. You know comedians a especially of that level. They're not gonNA fake being nice to some young guy who looks like you know. Just. A Nice young man who then says really weird stuff so they it was billy crystal came and talked to me my first night letterman was my host My host Letterman was hosting no kidding and It was before he did his morning show and he was. You could tell that he was going to be like one of the biggest broadcasters time and. It was just a you know. I'll never forget it and it. It helped build character and being there eight years. That can knock you down when all your friends or go off going on I'm going to show. Okay. Are Senio see in a couple of years? Get a show. And but I I remained in contact with a lot of people in this. This pandemic has kept that going. Howie Mandel have really he was a guest on my show. Have People that are of note stay most was the first because that's in the Bible and the old test. Say Most, first, and then but other really dear friends. You know John, Mayer and Bill, Burr, and Tiffany Haddish. Green Norman Lear Job Gaffe again and different people that people I think would want to hear, but friends I. I'm trying to make conversations. You know I mean that's the best part about as if you want to listen to somebody like two friends talking hope people feel the same with just listening to us right now. By the way I did text you last night because I did not know that you're pinned. Tweet was from December when you lost your dad and. That gets right to me because you know there's there's about four thousand stages of grief because I lost both my parents, and both my sisters and I'm waiting for others to go now as well. that's not funny, but I I do gallows humor. There's nothing else. You! Do I know you do and my dad? Was? You know you're here Turkey bowling a couple years ago on Thanksgiving. Right and my parents were here too, and they were excited to meet you and you know my mom who's probably sitting at home right now. Watching, appreciate you bringing my data up and. A lovely mom and I never touched her. Your comments about your mother. My mother Chris Brockman across the way can even look at me right now because he's trying not to laugh at, he's trying. Even In school like he just knows he'll lose..

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"mike binder" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

04:43 min | 2 years ago

"mike binder" Discussed on KOMO

"The crash, and I thought this is, you know, construction central right here. There's so much development going on that I hear construction all day long. But this was unusually loud. So concern me and. And that's why I left the apartment because I started thinking about all the cranes around here. And I've often been worried when the wind is really strong about crane accidents those crane operators. Both men died at the scene also killed here to motorists men and a woman underneath that crane. Numerous others were treated for injuries at Harborview medical center, the crane was being disassembled from Google cloud office building nearing completion, what caused the accident. Opinions differ. Some believe strong winds played a role others dispute that the investigation is expected to last through Sunday as a major section of Mercer between I five th avenue is expected to remain close as the investigation and the cleanup continue. Corwin hake. Komo news. And of course, stick with KOMO news. Not only here on the radio ninety seven point seven FM in one thousand AM, but coma. Four on TV and KOMO news dot com. We will follow that investigation every detail and bring updates as we get them. State lawmakers. Have revealed details of negotiated two year fifty two point four billion dollars state budget. That includes an increase in business and occupation taxes on large banks, but mixes a capital gains tax that majority. Democrats originally sought the budget assumes more than eight hundred thirty million dollars in new revenue over the next two years with increased spending on K through twelve and higher education as well as behavioral health raising the business and occupation tax rate on institutions with one billion dollars global net profits from one point five percent. Nearly three percent is estimated to bring in about three hundred thirty nine million dollars over the next four years. Additionally, there's an excise tax that would be added to vapor products. The full budget has still not been released with lawmakers saying some final details are being worked out as it's being printed ahead of public release. That is expected later today. Well, white receiver Doug Baldwin may have played his last game with the Seahawks. There's word the injuries. He suffered throughout his career may force him to retire Baldwin had shoulder and groin surgery during the off season general manager, John Schneider talked about Baldwin's future after the team drafted wide receiver decay Metcalf in the second round of the NFL draft Friday night, we know dogs. And have a hard time. You know, there's a process to go through with the Baldwin's been with the Seahawks since two thousand eleven the state's wrongful death laws have changed this in response to the ride the ducks crash on the Aurora bridge. Five people were killed in that twenty fifteen wreck, but their families were unable to seek damages because they were foreign citizens and did not ever life financially on the victims. And he says the loss is a tragedy. But particularly because these are young people, and they were international students represented the best of Washington. Governor Inslee signed a Bill changing those wrongful death laws and that gives the families away to in his words. Seek Justice Portland. Comedian is filing a complaint for false imprisonment after being pulled from bus near Spokane Muhammed el-sheikhi seeks damages from the US customs and border protection after being detained by border patrol officers and detainment came even after he showed them documents. That says he. Is legally allowed to be in the US. Komo news time is now six ten times ahead over the Harley exterior sports desk. Here's Joel stern the Seahawks with seven picks on the final day of the draft. They select receiver Gary Jennings from West Virginia guard, Phil Haines at a Wake Forest defensive back, Hugo Chuck Amati from Oregon. Huskies linebacker Ben Burtt kurban Miami running back Travis Homer, Florida state defensive tackle DeMarcus Christmas and Hawaii receiver. John Rasuwa creation Jake Browning science with the Vikings and garner. Menchu's drafted in the sixth round by the Jaguars at T mobile. The Mariners to three hits for blown out by the Rangers. Fifteen one Mike binder strikes out of career high thirteen through seven to me Santana with a solo shot in the first the Sounders hosts LAF's in twelve thirty start NBA raptors over the Sixers one zero eight ninety five the nuggets one game seven beating the Spurs ninety eight eighty six sports at ten and forty minutes past the hour. I'm Joel stern your home of the huskies, KOMO news. There's. It's the final days of matches firm semi annual sale until Tuesday get huge savings of up to five hundred dollars. Our top rated mattress that's more than.

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"mike binder" Discussed on WTF with Marc Maron Podcast

WTF with Marc Maron Podcast

03:47 min | 2 years ago

"mike binder" Discussed on WTF with Marc Maron Podcast

"He had me meet him at KTLA that which is the first studio on Sunset Boulevard was the first time I've ever been in a TV studio or south. I went to his office. And he goes, you know, we're doing this still there. It's not even there anymore is. I mean, I I don't know highway right? Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. So that tower still there forget it. It's the first time my entree into broadcast. So I go into his office. And he has tried to make the the secretary laughing. That's very good. Are you here tomorrow? I'll go. Yeah. I guess some comic dropped out so baby ma'am bomb had something to do that day. But it was it was I did it with Mike binder and Gallagher. Everybody channeling everybody did it everybody. But I didn't know what it was. Yeah. So I went on. And did you do five shows in one day, they pay you to three hundred dollars a show? So in one day five shows, I made a thousand dollars in one day acting like an idiot. It's the first time I got any money, and they and the guy I said, said I'm. I'm not from here. He got me permit a temporary permit to to work here. And then it went back to Canada. And back to work, and what happens box of Dick's never got them through drop that we got these then got into this business with toothbrushes and Flosse's floss the same. I was always trying to we'll in deal and working in an angle working. But that was fun for me too. Yeah. But I started getting calls, and I got a call from the Mike Douglas show and the Mike Douglas show said would you like to come down and do it? I went and did the Mike Douglas show, and then I flew back home. And then I then I got a call from the Merv Griffin show every time you come you working at the store. Yeah. A little bit. But then I would get six hundred dollars. You know, they said when I got make me laugh, he said have your agent call. I didn't want to say, I don't have an agent. So I called Yuk yuks and the manager of Yuk yuks was this guy David who has since. You know? It didn't end. Well, would there David wasn't really a comedy manager? Yeah. But I said say your mind manager. So David said he was my manager. And he made it they'll got me scale. And I didn't even know I was so far out of show business. I didn't even know about ten percent or fifteen rights and sure so David took a third. Yeah. He said, I'll take a third two thirds of two hundred dollars or three hundred dollars. I I made two hundred and he got one hundred and ultimately it ends up that way between the lawyer the Asian demand. But this is one guy needed a manager and agent, and you know, David's also the guy that said I and I did Merv Griffin. Gene Simmons saw me on Merv Griffin of kiss fame. And he said my girlfriend's playing in in Vegas. We we were watching you in bed last night where you open up for her. And I said, okay, his girlfriend happened to be. He was living share. No, Diana Ross. What? Yes. Yeah. So I became Diana. Ross is opening act. I didn't know that gene. Simmons and Diana Ross, absolutely. And he gave me my job. Now, I'm in Vegas doing that. And then David essentially says I managed Howie Mandel, and I got him out. And then brought his next kid out. Jim Carey, you know, we have since both moved on from David. He's still around though. So what was your relationship with Mitzi shore over there when she was really supportive of me, you know? So she saw that. I got make me laugh. I had a lot of it was held for me at the comedy store because I came out once got make me laugh, I said to my wife, and then the Merv Griffin show, I went out and got three hundred dollars, and then I got three hundred dollars. And then I went and worked at Caesars which was held right for Diana Ross. They didn't like me..

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"mike binder" Discussed on WTF with Marc Maron Podcast

WTF with Marc Maron Podcast

03:36 min | 2 years ago

"mike binder" Discussed on WTF with Marc Maron Podcast

"I got chased a lot. I did get I got was good runner. I and I had to be, but I always loved just fucking with people. I love that. You don't want it. Because that's probably when people say, what makes you laugh or who makes you laugh real people. Always make me laugh don't like jokes hate jokes. Really? I really appreciate a good joke though. I understand it. But I can't I talked about authentic. He told me two guys walked into a bar. You know, if they didn't, you know, and I wasn't there and you weren't there. Okay. Something weird happens. But it didn't really happen. But when. You get to like it. When you get to the comedy store, and you're immersed in it the process. Oh, like, let's go back to how'd you get there your work? So I I I got this. Great thing. I was gonna make a million dollars in seventy eight. I got the rights in Canada to the uncle Sherman. Flasher doll and the Sherman. Flasher doll was a dull like stuffed doll, and when you opened his coat his dick came rose up. That's that's a better. That's later. You're younger than me this before it'd be none of the riser fabric. There was nothing. There was nothing technical about. Anyway, I was going to sell this all over Canada. Oh, yeah. Big hit. So they shipped. It. It got stopped at the border is pornographic stuff. So brilliant thought I had shipped it all back, and I had them detached the penises and testicles from the dolls we shipped the dolls up, and then they ship the penises separately penises got stopped at the border. Yeah. And penises. Yeah. Yeah. So I had to come down the California where the manufacturer was or the agent was I'm going to do business here. I came down here to LA to do business estate at the height on sunset business to to to try to get the Dicks released Dick's released. Yeah. Yes. And I knew Mike binder because Mike binder had played, yuck. Yeah. He said, I can get you on at the comedy store. So I didn't aspire to you know, I just had. You've been doing you. You know, I had gone on. Yes. Is the answer. The short answer is. Yes. And but with no thought of this possibly being a career, right? No aspirations of make you know. I was so excited that I found this thing. But it was like my my Thursday night poker game. You have bigger plans, you're sewing, dick. Dell's. Right. Right. But what are the chances of some guy in Toronto from From you you know, know? from Detroit is going to go to California, and I'm gonna make a living. I knew I had nothing. There's no way there was no way. But it was fun on. There was a lot of like minded people at yuck. Yuck. So it was a fun club. Let's go to the Y and play one on one bakery. Khokar some people go to a disco three times a week and dance. I still think of it that way even as professional comic like going to the club to see the fellas and me too. So that was it. So I told binder because he was I was three thousand miles away from home. He says I can get you on at the comedy store. It's Monday night. Let me get you on. And I'll tell them it's your good. So I went on at the comedy store. And there was this guy in the audience, George foster and George foster had a comedy game show called make me laugh. I did not know about it. Because it didn't Aaron Canada Bobby van was the host and I walked off the stage and after doing a three minutes set, and he goes you ever done television. I go no goes wanna do TV? I thought this is so fucking LA. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. I wonder if the TV he said. Come to my office. And you did the quite bit. I did the glove. And okay, okay. And..

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"mike binder" Discussed on WTF with Marc Maron Podcast

WTF with Marc Maron Podcast

03:09 min | 2 years ago

"mike binder" Discussed on WTF with Marc Maron Podcast

"To say thank you to your twice a week service. You give a sense of home to so many people and cats, by the way, our little boys named Julius because you guessed it. He's orange with much respect and appreciation Bryant. Glad to help out. Yeah. See like, you people who fast forward through this. You're missing the spiritual value of of my rambling. Intros you're missing it. You're missing the spiritual value. There was another one subject line to kill the loneliness. Hey, mark. My name is Brooks. I may twenty year old in June. My first love broke, my heart where where I lost fifteen pounds during the heartbreak, I found your show marinate helped me made me laugh and feel better. I also work at a grocery where times after work in a one man kiosk gas station where I have to stand alone. Wait for people to come to the window. WPF helps kill the loneliness. And the interviews fill the white wall. Kiosk? Thank you for the laughter during my first real heartbreak, happy new year Brooks. I'm a loneliness killer. Man that is a service are going to put that on my business card. Marc Maron loneliness killer WT f loneliness killer dig it. Yes. I'm watching shit. Somehow or another. There's some weird old Sam kennison set on Netflix disasters in Las Vegas. Year or so before he died, and that kind of got me watching the original HBO special, which I seen in years. Now, this is a guy if some you know, my story, and this has been sitting with me for a while. Because I I did a interview for a documentary about the comedy store that Mike binder is directing and he asked me to talk about my experience. There are no out of it had to do with that guy, and my sort of my my position has always been that he doesn't really get the respected each should as one of the great comics and Mike was like, I don't know if he was at great. And I'm like, but you know, he he had this momentum yet this this pace intensity. He really owned the stage like nobody had ever seen before he had this fury in this. So I force this kind of kind of like, you know, the air changed when the guy went on. I've never seen anybody really do that. And Mike was like, yeah. But I don't know. I think it was the time. I think if you really look at that material, you might just be those bits. I mean anyone could have good bit. So I just don't think he was great. And I you know, it just stuck with me. And this a couple of months ago that we have this conversation. I watched the HBO special half of it. And I watched the old Vegas thing. And I was like God damn it. He wasn't. He was not a right minded, dude. Man. He was not. Not a righteous cat. And I don't know how I got so sucked into that looking back on could have been the coke. It could have been the just the the excitement of the time the late eighties or just the sheer brute force of that guy's personality in that guy's charisma suck to me in the brute force of charisma charisma with a punch..

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"mike binder" Discussed on WTF with Marc Maron Podcast

WTF with Marc Maron Podcast

03:09 min | 2 years ago

"mike binder" Discussed on WTF with Marc Maron Podcast

"To say thank you to your twice a week service. You give a sense of home to so many people and cats, by the way, our little boys named Julius because you guessed it. He's orange with much respect and appreciation Bryant. Glad to help out. Yeah. See like, you people who fast forward through this. You're missing the spiritual value of of my rambling. Intros you're missing it. You're missing the spiritual value. There was another one subject line to kill the loneliness. Hey, mark. My name is Brooks. I may twenty year old in June. My first love broke, my heart where where I lost fifteen pounds during the heartbreak, I found your show marinate helped me made me laugh and feel better. I also work at a grocery where times after work in a one man kiosk gas station where I have to stand alone. Wait for people to come to the window. WPF helps kill the loneliness. And the interviews fill the white wall. Kiosk? Thank you for the laughter during my first real heartbreak, happy new year Brooks. I'm a loneliness killer. Man that is a service are going to put that on my business card. Marc Maron loneliness killer WT f loneliness killer dig it. Yes. I'm watching shit. Somehow or another. There's some weird old Sam kennison set on Netflix disasters in Las Vegas. Year or so before he died, and that kind of got me watching the original HBO special, which I seen in years. Now, this is a guy if some you know, my story, and this has been sitting with me for a while. Because I I did a interview for a documentary about the comedy store that Mike binder is directing and he asked me to talk about my experience. There are no out of it had to do with that guy, and my sort of my my position has always been that he doesn't really get the respected each should as one of the great comics and Mike was like, I don't know if he was at great. And I'm like, but you know, he he had this momentum yet this this pace intensity. He really owned the stage like nobody had ever seen before he had this fury in this. So I force this kind of kind of like, you know, the air changed when the guy went on. I've never seen anybody really do that. And Mike was like, yeah. But I don't know. I think it was the time. I think if you really look at that material, you might just be those bits. I mean anyone could have good bit. So I just don't think he was great. And I you know, it just stuck with me. And this a couple of months ago that we have this conversation. I watched the HBO special half of it. And I watched the old Vegas thing. And I was like God damn it. He wasn't. He was not a right minded, dude. Man. He was not. Not a righteous cat. And I don't know how I got so sucked into that looking back on could have been the coke. It could have been the just the the excitement of the time the late eighties or just the sheer brute force of that guy's personality in that guy's charisma suck to me in the brute force of charisma charisma with a punch..

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"mike binder" Discussed on Inappropriate Earl

Inappropriate Earl

04:56 min | 3 years ago

"mike binder" Discussed on Inappropriate Earl

"Like a kid going and doing stand up back then i think people don't realize the greatness of mike binder yeah what's funny because his head shot in the store twelve in hollywood nights nineteen eighty with robert that's a great underground movie that you know is very much like the white chat and i'm dying here you look at who is in hollywood nights robert will oh yeah tony danza is michelle pfeiffer binder binder t k carter who was like you know younger people could help that but he was like a big comic in the eighty s wolfman jack yeah sure like he was already established but you know so many that's crazy that's crazy so that's cool driessen went back man that's cool that he i think i'm dying up here is bringing everyone back into the kind of remembering everything hanley such good show the acting that i'm sure tom driesen saw i wanna go back i miss it at any of the clubs or no no they see i mean it's mostly sound stages and okay i know if you if you watch season two goldies west was sure was that think culver city somewhere okay so but i will say that the goldies the sound stage we're goldies is could you could have comedy show there it's that as ing it's funny it's looks like the main room that's crazy in the middle of huge sound stage and you know it's i've never been on a production of this size of size and so you know it's like you walk into this huge warehouse there's you know partitions everywhere you kind of walk through this way and that way in the maze in the shining you walk in and say wow this is a fully functional comedy kitchen you know they have secondary basically the their belly room called the seller uhhuh which is like it's it's really like the attention to details unbeliev that's crazy who's so do they do they even go into that steve abed gin one the very recited all or well kind of i mean the very first episode which sets the tone of the show was comic the tonight show okay and he got on the couch which is like a big that was career yeah yeah this is when the tonight show is the only comedy show this is no offense to any thing i'm going to name but you know now you have a netflix comedy million avenues now conan you kennelly of falun you have set myers you have you know colbert you've had you know literally seven late night talk shows that have comedy in some capacity you know netflix is comedy heavy central's a twenty four seven comedy network so you know youtube is tons of comedy oh yeah who i think has some calm into a little bit logo has that's right hey calm gay your gay comics what else amazon i think might be delving into stand up screen although it's still important to get on tv doesn't mean what the couch on carson no 'cause back then that was anybody who has happened to be up that night watching tv saw you yeah it's like comics yeah getting maybe one and i think they didn't do it every night literally thursday night was the comedy night and carson had that power is there's literally nothing up against him right like in his time slot he was just like it was they made sure that was lie we just it's all you know oh and dylan baker who plays johnny carson really oh dude he he doesn't look like carson right but you you get the you know they let you call them car to let the production call carson or is it just it's you know i wasn't really around when he was there that's crazy but he you know by all accounts carson could be dick yeah you know he wasn't the nicest do he never forgave joan rivers you see that 'cause when she took that one sub gig you know on fox yeah he's like never talking again but i can understand that to a degree i'm a little bit he did help her you know he's like you know on helter you know he he made her yeah so it wasn't like wasn't he just wasn't really a happy dude on happy guy yeah that's emissions with women and domestic stuff you know and i'm sure the the.

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"mike binder" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

02:05 min | 3 years ago

"mike binder" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"What she looked like such a great fit and she's just kind of mouthy kind of tried to mold a lot of these comedians and she wouldn't let them get on the main stage until they were ready right now so she she knew what she was doing and i think she's going to be missed we thought it would be kind of fun to listen to some people i from the doing performances at the comedy store and then hearing what some people had to say so here's richard pryor and robin williams live at the comedy store i don't know what to say to you you know i mean i hear y'all viewable i am sober and it's real strange feeling of being over because i got nothing to do tonight go to sleep a friend of mine who is funny i work with him once on stage yeah asked me to come up and do improv sweating and i watched him for our ladies and gentlemen robin williams we've been it's been more fun than fiberglass underwear okay i gave up the series i didn't wanna make that much money for no reason anymore no fun also jim carey talks about see jim carey ended up i believe dating a waitress from the comedy store but he talks about what the or marrying her actually married her first marriage but he talks about the vibe of the comedy store in l a was this is a portal this busy magical gateway to all of your dreams people get their dreams all the time you're seeing the rise up out of this dark dingy place you know you saw mike binder and all the regular comics jump on the back of a jeep and fly down sunset boulevard with their hair blowing and stuff freedom in their brains and you know and.

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"mike binder" Discussed on WJR 760

WJR 760

01:50 min | 3 years ago

"mike binder" Discussed on WJR 760

"'cause i shall she called back into really upset that i am so sorry insulted s insult pizza multinational decrying was from shaping the egger offer her face well with of at all so that never happened with you something like net with now i never saw tears and i said high to wear a couple of times a day and she was badly i learned each iit was on the wb latte every day which i didn't realize was changed his first four months in la were completely bless and uh uh in the bricks really started to hit three months were just i was on a cloud i'm like i'm on vacation what is this place and abc w thing of it now after six years ready to come home kind of six years is the is the is a long time now i'm going to stay there for a while my goal is to i i love what you've done 'cause you've done everything from here and i have so much respect and admiration for that my goal is to create as much as over there and then bring it back home so um yeah i i do miss home every day though and i find myself attracting people from michigan and when i do it's like meeting a third cousin that you never knew mike from the shalala yeah well in la the michigan people like they all know one another yeah the all gather when mike binder had had that restaurants close now but they had acada kony restaurant i have my birthday they're here as i say i knew what are known it because everybody rebels michigan when they're watch catalogued thuc without yeah it was awesome detroit kony unfortunately told me he lost fortune is eagerly i don't know you can lose up with money in hot dogs i think he had a lot of celebrity investors to yeah and they all laws what he's out of their little real food well asif they delays as holding down aththawra right so you you wait for everybody i dare say clearly giannis doors kale older they did.

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"mike binder" Discussed on WTF with Marc Maron Podcast

WTF with Marc Maron Podcast

02:09 min | 4 years ago

"mike binder" Discussed on WTF with Marc Maron Podcast

"You're permit you to longwood the policeman come on conflict tell me while you're on say while i'm trying to do the goods and markets were one act play because you that's working as the gentleman into the bar like shadow so we rate the deal was i come back a month later in living cholera the on my three national commercials and these homeless comedians rick what he did one spot and this guy blew up and i never i could never bring myself to say why do i had a career here in so that's that's interesting because comedians it's sort of like they they're trajectory is what it is you know you hammered out then he gets a break on the tonight show then maybe get a deal the doers show here you're you're at yale you do and jackie robinson he did movies you did tv shows he got commercially went the other way and then sharpen common eu annually who the fuck is this guy fathi get their share the guys open mic her right to exactly what i'm reading spotted humbly store and they were like this dudes funny the grab mitzi they brought me to the mainland will she's back there and like one of my big jokes was like detroit police bang freeze and she goes that's mike binders joke from the truth from strong normally mike who say cure thief husaid keep working and come back in america the by lying in now she said you know that that's that's his job but she issues encouraging at that rome was it was too much the original run the little ones the s it's heavy duty is it's the like it takes a while to get comfortable there and if you never get comfortable there you'll never be comfortable they're like eating she let you go in there tonight and feel that shit i probably could i mean i perform their several ta you know bakken then putin they were they succumb by any time that just wasn't my room and they're on makino namibia that wasn't the play yes where i could laugh act was at place a right it's a little it's a little looser there you feel like it's like you cannot less to lose for some reason i could just stretch and you know back in the day we would do like.

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