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"molly ringwald" Discussed on The Paris Review
"The month after our mother died our father began bringing women home it felt like a behind back kind of operation I'm going to have Guest tonight is what he would say David and I stayed out in the living room turned up cartoons burned toast kicked our feet up over our head kids I worked long division at some point woman would emerge to drink a glass of water or fix her hair in the kitchen windows dark reflection the guests left behind is of lipstick and gold tubes and leftover food paper pouches of cold French fries chicken legs and clam Shell Styrofoam boxes they left tampons. blooming through toilet paper in the trash can like tiny mice they'd killed the cotton tells pink with blood I guess when you think about it everything we do is behind the backs of the dead I imagine the doctors had removed my mother's sick breasts in one clean cut still lovely things I could slip into a broad strapped to my chest I didn't want the illness just the shape if my mother's body could no longer be my mother's maybe it could be mine I didn't tell the grief counselor this because she would have said it was normal so this was her favorite word it made me want to flush the toilet three times it made me want to take pictures of Greece off the walls of her dim office and them home and give them as gifts to dad's guests it's not normal to lose your mother when you're eleven.
"molly ringwald" Discussed on The Paris Review
"Interview with Tony Morrison for the Paris Review when I first read jazz thought to myself from the very first encounter it makes us hungry hungry for something more some experience it contains that we did not know need wanted one if you're in it you can't get out of it whoever you may have been before did you intend to have this effect on all of us ended the novel do this to you in writing it I'd like to think that I create an appetite and then fulfill it especially with jazz because what music does and what the quality that I wanted to exist was you know that sense you get the the musician has more but he's not going to give it to exercise restraint kind of holding back not because it is not there or because what has exhausted it but because of the riches and because it can be done again and that sense of knowing when to stop this is a learned thing I didn't always have it you're novels are known for their extraordinary beauty the beauty of their language and their inclusion of beauty as part of life how do you handle beauty fiction this is something that has preoccupied me for a long time I think of beauty as an absolute necessity I don't think it's a privilege or indulgence it's not even quest I think it's almost like knowledge which is to say it's what we were born thank finding incorporating and then representing beauty is what humans do Weirdo without authorities telling us what it is I think it would exist in any case the bartle and the wonder of being in displace which is part of it you're feeling doing breath is this overwhelming beauty summer natural some of its men made some of its casual some of its Zamir glands is an absolute necessity I don't think we can do without it any more than we can do without.
"molly ringwald" Discussed on Pratt Cast
"So, like, I think Drina like I don't know what's going like, but they're going to get married then this thing, everyone is shipping this Sohar right now agree. You know, I cried I actually shed tears, not once but twice once when she was by the pool, talking about the divorce. And then again when she broke down with you human tears falling down. My eyeballs is wrong with me that I'm that when she's trying to me, that's later on. And it's a different context. It's not about when in the episode last night. Yeah. When she says, I have to protect myself, and she's going to be no no, no. When she's at poolside with high now, I'm talks about how hard, the divorce is that you just said, she caused me. Oh, maybe it was in one of those confessionals at at some point I, she talked about the divorce again. And I cried again, what was she talking to you about that? I have. Now forgotten. I think it was like it shows her crying and. The lunch. Yep. You too weren't having lunch. No. We're standing up as wearing a leper jacket. I thought you were at a table outside. See, I'm gonna have to watch this episode a couple of times in the Incheon. You continue anyways. That's on different context. But anyways if these two, you know, this is this is Ross n Rachel, and Rachel, this is this is Jim and panel. Pam Wright, butter and jelly. Yeah. Exactly. Jake Jake Ryan and Molly ringwald. Wow. Older listeners. Hat John Hughes reference, right there. He's so smoldering, are you not finding him to be so sexy and hot? No, I've never ever thought. Oh, am a completely straight, man. But even I will admit I get it. He was like, totally get it. And I even like pretty boys. But I mean he's not at all. I don't like he's a like a dirty deal cuts, like not like that. But like he's Johnny Depp in the nineties, like that's what he is. I totally agree. I could looking at them in being like do I know you the surfing Brody and Justin? Bobby surveyors sick at surfing and they're such bay, it's like just only about and maybe maliciously Mark the older ladies out there. Tune in like nothing is happening. I know. No, I could never date anyone. The bachelor. I'm not gonna lie. I love it. So he's closer. Always falling off, like look and pay attention. He wears the tightest jeans the his but is always like ripped off. And he's got like safety pins as like style. He's whenever he's not my house. He's asking me for like Bobby pin Justin, Bobby and safety pins. None of prizes me, I know, but how are you going to date, someone who's got like ragged clothes on a eyeliner on Oprah's when Bobby pins and he's always sucking on. He lost his teeth. He's always sucking on a toothpick or he's floating his teeth in public. No joke. He even had it when we do the after show with Michael Strahan. And he even said he was like, are you floss seeing rush breath might be Maurie? Oh, gum disease. Oh my God. Youtube is a serious ginge of the fight against ginger Vitus is real. I I like like. that. They're a little bit older. That's what I was gonna say..
"molly ringwald" Discussed on We'll See You In Hell
"From childhood where do I start? I've told a few on here. Patrick Walsh's fag and comes to mind the girl sitting I watch saying that's the that's what everyone called me for. Oh, that's how it spelled on the thing. Okay. Sorry, girl sitting on my back, and forcing me to eat gravel at recess while. Everyone watched first day of kindergarten guy. Slicing my Thia with a broken piece of glass. At folks, this was the teacher. Force to eat worms by one Ronald Clifton. I could go on and on. There's a lot of embarrassing moments in my life. Childhood to the present, frankly, Candace York that asks who would you most want to throw cold spaghetti at? Such a long list for me. Mariah Carey's way up there. Not wouldn't make my top million. She just there was a time where she irritated the shit outta made like, but she's not like a holier than thou type. That's what you wanna hit with spaghetti times have changed. I just I used to have a bit about that. I would want to throw something Mariah Carey. It was during the Nick cannon years when they were showing people how they have like a candy store in their house red. But yeah, I guess she's kind of fallen off the list. Man. I gotta tell you fall off the list I and a lot of stages. I have really grown to dislike Molly ringwald. I think it really fucking sucks that she is toss in Hughes under the bus in every interview chance she gets an acting like she wasn't there on the set making these movies too. And that like it wasn't a different time. And that everybody was a little blind this shit back then because that's how progress works. She bugs me, man. She bugs me, I think that was a really cheap move. I feel like you actually hitting fifty year old woman with spaghetti though. You're not gonna feel great once you've done it probably know, and it would probably. Show the times have changed. Yeah. All right. Let me pick a man. I know who I would definitely throw it out. It's a real life person. I can't say his name on the podcast. Oh, yeah. I'm not even thinking normal. Oh christ. I know a lot of people that I could just go do it right now too. I have a number one so strong that I can't even really think about joke answers because I'm so focused on actually throwing spaghetti Adam. Now now that you say that I got a number one real that strong to who lives right in this city that mine does too. Yeah. That's what I'm saying. Okay. All right. Take it back about Molly ringwald. All right. Will you John went as will you consider coming to Madison? Wisconsin to do the live pod. Brought Zin beers are on me was going to say no until we got to that second part. Yes. We'll consider it always consider. It's a matter of supply and demand if we can make the show work there, we we will come to do it Madison's a great town..
"molly ringwald" Discussed on The Moth
"And in this hour, we're gonna play you some of our favorites. Our first story is from the actress and writer, Molly ringwald, she told in the show. He did the Carolina theatre in Durham, North Carolina. Here's Molly ringwald. Hi. So a couple years ago my family, my husband Ponti, oh, and my seven year old daughter Matilda and our one year old twins move into a new house in Los Angeles. Which is in the best school district in Los Angeles. My daughter Matilda up until that point was was going to school in a very progressive Montessori ish kind of school that was very far away. She quite liked it. But everybody kept saying why don't you have your daughter go to this school? It's it's an amazing school. Everybody moves into this this area just to go to the school. So we thought about it and about after year we said to Matilda Matilda. What do you think about going to the neighborhood school? It's supposed to be really good. And she said, no. And so we thought about it. And you know about a week later. We asked her again, she said, no we kept asking her. She kept saying, no, no, no, no. But her father, and I decided we're parents and we're going to make an executive decision. And we said, yes. Mathilde kept saying no all the way up until she actually entered the second grade. But we figured you know, what she's young. She seven years old. She's going to get over it. She'll adjust. We all did right? The first week. We knew that something was wrong. When her teacher said to us at the first week conference. You know in all my years of teaching. Which was sixteen years. I've never had a child like Matilda. You know, sometimes somebody can say this about your kid, and you think, wow, that's amazing. But in our case, we knew it wasn't very good. She said, you know, she amended it and said, you know, maybe boys, but not girls. And we said, oh, all right. Okay. What's up gender bias? But we had to listen to what she had to say she presented us with an index card that was clearly and matilda's handwriting. That said you're pretty short and little for a second grader. Which I thought was sort of alarming until I realized that it was actually written to a little boy. And I thought she's flirting. I did that until I was well into my thirties, you know. But then there were other things that we really couldn't ignore. She told one girl that she had a pretty awful name. But that she could change it when she turned eighteen. And then and then there were other incidences, you know, when when she would get mad. It's thought somebody was laughing at her. She would throw sharp pencil at them or sometimes she would go up to their desk and just tear up their their work. So it was it was clearly a problem, and then they would give in schools and public schools at least in Los Angeles. They do this thing called a reflection chart, and what it is. They tell the child to explain what they did. And why they did it and how they felt and then and then the next part is how the other child might have felt and that's to instill some kind of empathy, and what Mathilde would right in the space was, blah, blah, blah. And translated. That's the eight year old version of fuck you. So Pontiac by my husband's started to talk to her, you know, an verged on pleading where we said Matilda this. This is your first year at this school. If you keep doing this, you won't have any friends and Matilda looked at a straight in the eye. And she said, I don't need any friends. I don't want any friends. And this was very alarming to both of us. About a I would say maybe a week went by it was probably about a week before Mathilde and Pontiac, and I both got hauled into the principal's office. And I can tell you that I never in my life had been inside of a principal's office only in a movie, in fact, there was a scene in in pretty in pink where I got called into the principal's office..
"molly ringwald" Discussed on The Bechdel Cast
"Yeah. I don't know that scene where for me way, better than all the times, they're just piling on my Molly ringwald to makers say something when one way or the other, and it's not just that. I mean, it's the gen Nelson character fingerless gloves. He's counterculture everyone. He's he spends almost the entire movie either sexually harassing her by saying things like, hey, let's lock the doors. So we can impregnate the prom Queen. Threatening to rape. Right. Yeah. That is a threat. He asks Andy he's like, hey, you give for the hot beef injection. I think is the lines. And then you're like, oh, yeah. A forty year old man thought of that. From or like the skirt scene where he sees her. I was under the desk. Let's give some context for that. Yes. So he's hiding under the desk. The bender character is because he can't be seen by Vernon as he's under there. He sees Clair's underwear is this was a scene that that's not Molly ringwald in that scene. Legally, it could not be Molly ringwald in that scene. But in the in the New Yorker essay from last year that you're referencing earlier because Molly ringwald is like sixteen seventeen when this is film. So her mom is talking with John Hughes almost as much as she is. And there was one plot point involving a naked female gym teacher that they talked him out of including because it was just perverted and weird, but they could not talk him out of the underwear seen. And that was something that Molly ringwald mom was like really frustrating upset about. And like John Hughes would not back down on it. And so they had to hire a body double to come in and be, you know, the the skirt. Yeah. And so that is why that scene is there. It's just like that. That is such a classic example of like, your two women telling you, this is not okay. And he's like I'll hire someone else, and, you know, just like flexes on them in this, very gross way. Like, if if it's also like to say, if the actor you hired cannot legally do it probably don't do. It is a great indication, especially if the actor opposite them is twenty six years old like what are you gross? Yeah. And then where men to I think, so he sees her underwear. And then we see him move his face closer into her crotch area. And then she yelps was so we see her. And frame rather than him then and she yelps and then hard to say what exactly happens? But I think we can easily SU he doesn't know it happens. He doesn't know he, but the basically the bender character assaults her. Yeah. And then the reaction is immediately afterwards. Her like smacking him several times on the back. And then that doesn't get brought up. I mean that just puts still out at the end, but diamond. Yeah, God if every man that has halted you you had to give a diamond is for. Fucking God Jonah who is disgust opposite of what happens in Titanic with the Billy's. Hey, Mario Lopez here. And I really hope you can check out.
"molly ringwald" Discussed on The Bechdel Cast
"A hacker though. Yeah. That show is Charlie Brooker or warning everyone about me. Speaking of hackers though, there is like in the beginning with the montage of all the quick cuts like the school it shows a classroom and one of the signs there's like a sign hanging up in the classroom. And it says hackers will be expelled has anyone noticed that? Yeah. It's go back arches. Archie persecuted. Okay. So Benz, we meet five students. They have detention for nine hours is that normal. Did anyone have anything like this at their school? You just have to spend a feature length amount of time with people know, it's like Lord of the like all day Lord of the rings movies worth of time. Yeah. I feel like that's asking for someone to get beat up. Like if you leave five teenagers in a room together for nine hours someone's going to get hurt. That's just how teens work. So the five students we are. Claire the Princess Molly ringwald, she's like the rich popular girl. Type. We've got Andy Clarke, the athletes, that's Amelia, Estevez's character. Yeah. He does cry. They all cry. I think Brian AK the brain. They may anagram am. I right. And they might go hall does not rape anyone in this. John Hughes movie. So that's good. Scene. Six handles get very different anti my actually, you kinda get the same character. But a rapist true wild, Alison Reynolds is the basket case that's ally. Sheedy Sheedy's character. She's not like the other girls true. And finally benders the criminal. Let's Judd Nelson's character. He's twenty six years old twenty six in this movie kissing a sixteen year old Molly ringwald and just a behind the scenes fact that I found freaky like a lot of male actors choose because they won't get in trouble. If they do Judd Nelson was like, I think I'm gonna go method with this and just bullied Molly ringwald for the entirety of the movie. He's ten years older than her offset. Right offset and John Hughes at one point tried to fire him and then all the teens were like, no it was it. I don't I can't Keser tales of that. But it's true anytime a mandate, he going method. He just wants to yell at someone like, that's right, literally what it is. Also, we talked in the car on the way up here that the members of the breakfast club are all also sort of the Spice Girls. Break this down. Okay. Sporty spice, obviously, a million Estevez. Yeah. Yeah. Scary spice is Judd Nelson. I see this is this is where we don't. Okay. All right. Let me make a case for this grunts Jesus. San francisco. We thought that. Posh is Molly ringwald. Can we agree with that baby? We said was Anthony Michael hall because he's innocent and blonde. A flesh colored head and hair person. Underwear? That would make ginger alley CDs character, I it's not a one to one match, but we've got a solid three out of five. But then also ginger is Molly, Molly ringwald is gingery based on hair-color alone started to reduce taking their hair, we're taking her whole here. Anyway, let's move on. We've got Richard Vernon. He's the teacher physios cares after assistant principal who are in their often. I like that's like a stock. Character of like, the put upon assistant principal isn't captain underpants and assistant principal or was he the principal. I think he was the assistant principal anyway says scholarly observation. And he's like this disciplinarian. He's like you guys. Can't talk can't move, blah, blah, blah. And I have to write an essay about who. They think they are. Then bender the tough guy. He's trying to get a rise out of everybody. He's like you're a nerd and everyone's like, well, you're a jock. And then they're all just hate each other show their labels because teens, but they mostly ignore the, quote, unquote, basket case girl, and then she doesn't talk for most of the movie, then we see a montage. All the stuff. Take out the dancing montages as movies thirty five minutes long. Lada dancing verses a shot where Anthony Michael hall's character is like adjusting his crotch and then like puts his hat on his lap..
"molly ringwald" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1
"So good. Sunday. I remember and she looks up. All she looks up the stairs. And there's Duckie standing there. Can you hear of his? And she smiles because she's so heartbroken and then who's there for her at the end. Not you hers hat Andrew McCarthy. Jockeys there for her. Well, and you guys know lex is gonna smile, this is one of my favorite movie behind the scenes fun facts that ending that prom scene had to be reshot because they had a different ending. Molly didn't end up with. What's his face? So they had to reshoot it because it didn't test. Well, and Andrew McCarthy was on stage, and he had his head shaved so in that prom scene if you look closely you will notice the Andrew McCarthy is wearing a wig. Yeah. Go back and look at the final scene of pretty in pink at the dance McCarthy's hair looks rank. Oh, man. It looks it looks like a little rabbit sitting on the Ted. As weren't as good as they are now. No. But yeah, they had to call him back. And he's like, look, I'm I think he was on Broadway. And he's like, okay. Well, look different different. So they had to make him a wig, and then re shoot the ending and girl, it is very very obvious. Anyway, pretty dropping little pretty pink knowledge pretty in pink knowledge on. That's good fun. Fact this year, I love that one. I love that fun fact so much that movie. I know look, I know Molly ringwald, and rightfully so looking back on a lot of those eighteen movies through the lens of like the metoo movement in the air. We're living in now. There are some problems with the the the narratives but pretty in pink. I think is all right. I don't think there's anything now watch probably is something now that a long would be offensive, but I love that movie so much plots remember, anti pots. The record store manager like thirty which seems so old when we watched that. I know my gosh, she's thirty. She's an old lady. Now here we are. Twenty seven exactly seven twenty-seven. Speaking of going back to the eighties..
"molly ringwald" Discussed on Bertcast's Podcast
"I know a lot of comedians like that man where like if you fly under the radar, but you good, they insert you and stuff, but that whole machine about to blow you up. But the people that they do blow up, the reason they can't handle that pressure is because they want you to go right back to Houston, what you just made one hundred thousand dollars in the weekend. They want you right back there like four or five months later, and I'm saying people gonna come and see you again. Not like, yeah, but we heard all that. So you if you don't keep it fresh, you do feel the pressure of like to him to turn down his money, but they looking at it like, yo- you just sold out, twelve shows you gotta go back. You know what I mean? Once you do a movie and you off the road and you do another movie and then you do a tour and then you do not a comedy to it, but you're doing a promo tour, but at time you get, when did you time to practice? When did you have time to make up new material? When did you have to live to write the stuff? Yeah, like so you go in. And you all discombobulated on stage and a lot of people leave shows like, you know, but he won't funny funny and halftime. So anyway, I don't know. My mind just went back to that. No, dude. I'm the reason Bill Burs one of the greatest comics of our generation because everyone fucking Nord him. Yeah, for a long time, he got, he got a sitcom first months of doing stand up. He got on a sitcom with Molly ringwald. Okay. Oh, yeah. Oh, yeah. It was called. It was called townies Tam. I ain't even m m because he was at red hammer pretty in pink fan. I know all her movie. Yeah, he was in town. He's and he blew up and then it disappeared anyone back to New York. And he's still working on stand up, working on, stand up, moved out to LA trying to act. Nothing happened. And then he just gave up. He was like, fuck it. I'm going back to New York and folks and all stand up. And that time we're no one wanted to fuck with him, and he got to explode and blow up and write and write and write. Then when he popped and by the way it. I'm being Chapelle. So seldom from love. It wasn't until like his third special. Okay. Where he liked popped where everyone was like, oh, I want to go see him. And he was like, oh, I'm in. I'm in my lane right now. Come out and see me and I'll have a brand new hour next year and a brand new hour next year. Not keep recording specials. That's why it's one that incubation period you get is the reason like reason people. I mean, this is going to be very controversial. I apologize ahead of time, but the reason people should on female comics go over commerce aren't funny. That's not true. Hilarious. Not given that incubation period where us older guys get twenty years to do comedy, right? You discover us right? Because people want the women yawn and pretty. So Amy Schumer gets this covered. What fucking year Twenty-seven-year-old is ready to be. I mean, it's very few twenty seven year olds. I think Amy's done a good job, but like you look at all the ones that they snatch up and they're just like it's like overwhelming at that young age, but we're me and you are ready for it. Put me in the system right? Ever gonna to stern Williams. You want me to do the breakfast club. Do you name it? I'm ready. This is what I do for a fucking living, and I've been doing it and I'm waiting for this opportunity, right? Everybody, everybody who's doing it, right. I mean, you can make a lot of money beforehand, but you hit a fucking stride at forty like you just hit in your career. If you act in the you any good at it, you hit a stride. If you having babies, babies, bring prosperity and good looks start booking. Shit, ready? You set it the I gotta give shout out to fucking Forbes, four, whoever's writing these articles at four..
"molly ringwald" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"We have to have a day for every damn thing. Fear. Why wouldn't we do Cosco Brita bowl day? I bet there is a Costco burrito bowl day. There's no Blake day now. Isn't that every day? No, okay. I try don't don't feed him that. There's a couple of headlines that that are stories that are going on right now that we still don't have resolution to necessarily, but a couple of envelopes showed up at a Pentagon mail sorting facility that tested positive for rice, and the FBI has taken them in their testing them again to see if in fact that is rice, and then at Senator Ted Cruz is Houston campaign office a couple of people had to be hospitalized after they were exposed to a white powdery substance that showed up in an envelope. Although the tests determined later, it was not any sort of hazardous substance is still evacuated the entire place just to make sure Senate Democrats want to hear directly from the FBI about the results of its background investigation. Into Brandt Cavanaugh Chuck Schumer saying today, he wants a briefing by the FBI at least twenty four hours before an initial procedural vote on Kavanagh's nomination any idea how public or private? That is I do not have an idea because I'm curious to know, if it's just going to be privy to the people at on the Senate Judiciary committee, or if it will be released to the Senate if it's released to the Senate, and you have one hundred opportunities for leaking. Curious to know how much of that we will see. And if it changes at all what we know about the allegations against judge on. I'm sure we'll hear about all of it at great detail for hearing about how Brett Cavanaugh may. Or may not have thrown ice at somebody in one thousand nine hundred five at a bar in New Haven. I'm sure we'll find out how the vote goes down. And just seems like we're getting more details than we ever have before. In terms of what's going on in an FBI investigation as a. It's happening. Good or bad. I don't think it's good. I don't think so either. All right. So Molly ringwald Ali ringwald was in fourteen thousand movies in the nineteen eighties, which is a lot. She's very busy. She says that in a recent interview, she was watching a breakfast club. Sorry. She's watching sixteen candles with her daughter. And that they now look at this movie through very different lens. Not only she is a mother her daughter didn't get some of the more sexual aspects of sixteen candles. The other one the one that immediately came to mind about watching the movie was was breakfast club. Yeah. And. We watch breakfast club with our kids a couple of years ago. But we watched the TV version of it. How different is that? Well, what did they leave out? Well, pot part. Well, they don't specifically show the pod they just show the smoke in the room, and it comes out so but there was one specific seen in breakfast club. Where bender the bad boy is hiding under the desk. Oh, yeah. And he looks up her skirt. Yes. Molly ringwald said she was watching that scene with her daughter, and she wasn't. It's you don't see it happen. But the implication is that he touches her or something under the skirt whatever because she met like. Yeah. That's right. That's right. So that part of it was not in the movie. TV movie TV version of it is a much more. Prudish look about what's going on. This was nineteen Eighty-four. This was around the same time that Brad Kavanagh was maybe taking what he wanted the way Judd Judd Nelson. The actress name was was taking what he wanted from his. His female colleague their classmate. Well, I mean, she is that is that saying that in nineteen Eighty-four that was kind of okay to go and reach under a girl's skirt and in detention. I would say it this way. Culture changes constantly. Yes, it may not be as fast as people wanted to be, but culture changes constantly. So if for example, she wrote an essay back at the New Yorker back at April where she used sort of the hashtag knee to lens to look back at some of the movies that she was in as what I'm talking about. We're applying culture today retroactively, right? And I think that's where people are getting into trouble in some cases movies in the forties and fifties where could slap their wife around or something because she's being hysterical. You need a good smack on the side of the face. It's a very and looking at it today. You know, using our lens today movies like that in the fifties, totally not acceptable. But more of a reflection of what was going on the culture at the time. Right. So it's almost I get. I mean, she's saying listen at the time. She was fifteen sixteen seventeen years old and probably had to basically leave it up to John Hughes to determine whether something was appropriate or not and she talks about specifically in sixteen candles were Caroline her. Character gets blackout drunk and sleeps with a nerd sorry. That the character Caroline, not her character. But the character sleeps with Anthony Michael hall, and then when Jake the heartthrob in the movie says that he could violator ten ten different ways if he wanted to because she was passed out. I'll I forgot that line. So I mean, there's a there's well the thing is is when those were written they weren't trying to be like funny. Or ironic or dirty? It was just like a matter of fact. Yeah. Kind of just a something you said like if you said, I have a new car, and I could violate her ten times in ten different ways. K probably would've, okay? All right. Is it? Okay. I mean, it's clearly, okay. For her to do this. And to have this attitude about it. And know that when she says something to her daughter. I mean right perfect teaching moment for her to tell her daughter. Listen these were made back at a time when that was okay to laugh about and it wasn't taken very seriously. But it could very seriously impact someone's life. She said that she experienced a slew of harassment offscreen. From plenty of Harvey's. I think was the words that she shows the the phrase the interests of Harvey's, but not Harvey Weinstein. She said she never had a run in with him. But there were plenty of producers who use that same tactic on her sixteen candles the breakfast club pretty in pink. Those are her big three's trait. That trio. Yeah. All right coming up next. We will get you caught up on everything everyone's talking about an we'll tell you how you can win bucks. Oh, if it into the definitively account, aren't we right? Which is a problem because we have to order more t-shirts. Did you get on that yet? Excellent point. Nope. Could not do that. Let's do that. Right. Gary channel will continue right after this. Tomasz Angeles, Orange County radio station countdown to cavenaugh vote..
"molly ringwald" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show
"Friends. Cheese. Your favorite movie stars? Molly ringwald. Hold on a second guys. Come on my favorite movie. You know what? My favorite movies. Molly ringwald. Okay. Not in the stained. Correct. But I will say this for full disclosure. I loved Molly ringwald. Okay. Pretty in pink. Molly ringwald for this high schooler. Prescribe was right around. Okay. So there's a little bit of choose not my favorite movie. I mean, come on. All right. We're gonna go to it right now. This is very important for people who are pounding the table for pineapple. You've gotta come? Correct. And you have to represent. Scott and Boise, Idaho beautiful state of Idaho, where Susan, I loved to take our kids. You're on the rich Eisen show. It's up Scott. I'm a big fan yours that catch listened to your for a while now, but I can't stand by and listen to the hate that you're giving to pineapple anymore. What if I ever do to you? It's a fantastic note. Lay report. I love the, I love the salty, the savory pineapple, pepperoni pizza. It's the only way to go. But Scott, I have nothing against pineapple. As a matter of fact, it's it's, I've been told by many doctor end or nutritious. It's great for me and my, my particular blood type, honestly, I love it. I love nothing gets. Dropping it on my pizza. Scott, I can't. I've one question for you. Have you ever been to Brazilian grill? 'cause you your argument was that you didn't like Warren pineapple? You've been to the presumed grill. They bring you the Mesa around. They have that. They have that roasted pineapple with the Browns or blades. It's been.
"molly ringwald" Discussed on Don't Keep Your Day Job
"Your life's purpose. So clearly this is something that we are all searching for, and I think it's simple. I think we have to wake up every day and say, how can I serve? What do I have. Have, you know, I'm pretty good at baking. I'm pretty good at teaching. You know. I'm pretty good at Pino. How can I use whatever is in there to serve. And I do believe if you have the urge to do something, it wouldn't be put there unless it was ultimately going to lead you to where you're supposed to be. So follow it. It's true, follow your bliss, but part of it's going to mean you're going to be uncomfortable right part of it's going to mean you're actually going to have to face the fact that maybe you're not completely a piece with exactly how things are now. One of the things that I think gets in the way. I think the biggest thing is this whole lie that we tell ourselves all the time. And the lies is that we tell people like, I'm fine. Everything's great. Everything's fine. You. You run into somebody in the grocery store. Haven't seen any well, how's everything? Good. Everything's great. Now, this is what we do is what everyone says. If you check and scroll through your tax, this is everybody's patented answer, right? So why do we do this? Why do we tell ourselves? We're. Fine. So if you've been on the planet for more than a decade, if you've been on the planet for a little while you experienced heartbreak, you've experienced disappointment. You've been through stuff, it's hard, right? We've all been through really big stuff and so we get this brilliant idea and we tell ourselves, you know what? I know what I'm gonna do if I wanna void being hurt, if I want to avoid having my heart broken. I know what I'm gonna do. I won't want anything. I won't need anything. I won't want something better, then I won't be hurt if I don't get it. It's really brilliant as a tactic to keep yourself from feeling the pain. It takes so much courage to really let yourself want what you want. I mean, how many of us watched those movies? There's been so many of them like in the eighties, I was watching all these great movies and remember in pretty in pink watching how the I like hour and fifteen. Minutes of that movie. You watch painfully how Jon Cryer he doesn't wanna tell Molly ringwald that he's in love with her because he's so frayed that if he tells her he's going to get rejected. And finally at the end of the movie, he tells her, you know what? I'm in love with you and she doesn't feel the same way, but he's servive 's it..
Gal Gadot and 'Wonder Woman 1984' Cast Recreate Classic 'Breakfast Club' Poster
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"molly ringwald" Discussed on Who Charted
"Oh my goodness. It's like on a familiar pair of underwear. So caluzzi. Right. Have one of those Ashford and Simpson's silky outfits. This is ARIN. Be love makings about. It's it's about to go down you guys. I'm so happy to be back. We we, I'm so happy to have you back. I love the change in the intro like we have to. We have to evolve evolve there. You go. Exciting. You have a special visitor right there with you in your lap? Yes. I have a new dog new to the show. Dog. Molly ringwald Akron. Oh, named after Molly ringwald. That's right. Which shows your favorite? Molly ringwald movie sixteen candles. You pointed at me and I felt like it was like, I had to do fast. Okay. You did, but I'm a breakfast club guy. Mali's quiet molly's just hanging out molly's channel. She is. We think one year old. You know, we don't have a birthday. She's cute. No matter how old she is, and we're so glad to have you back. I'm sure the charter site to hear your voice here on the program. I'm psyched to see you across from me to see my face upon your body in a t shirt for chartered Kuch Koolup Jesus cool up shirt. I think sales were held back a little by people thinking that they were going to have a religious affiliation if they were it, I didn't know that. Yeah, that's what the feedback. Wow, okay. That was what's on the boards. Are you showing those you show anything you're wearing? My tits. Sure. He's got to be great for you. Just have this view again. I was just looking at the color of it and the doggie. There's a lot to look at in the area late near my chest right there. Yes. No, I'm no. I'm not selling anything on my person at this time. But if you name a number, I'll think about it. Okay. Well, welcome back. We got, we lift we have to bring in somebody else. Of course, this is a very special episode. It's episode, four hundred. Made it to four hundred. So it's a reunion show and we have back on course somebody who is very important to the show. Do you mind if I do is introduction just for old time sake. Oh yeah. He's a comedian actor and musician. You know him from guardians of the galaxy and every who charted milestone episode..
"molly ringwald" Discussed on The Morning Toast
"That's funny that was any molly ringwald i can't by god the molly ringwald of it all is the best part i love how she's really leaning into the mom actress on all teeny bopper shows really and when when she's like crying her house and someone comes over and you think it's going to be lee or noah and it's the mom it was like so sweet so sweet also the dad was weird the dad was weird he didn't really have apart why did she have to have chapter not have a mom because that's a disney it wouldn't have been like disney like adult movie she yeah i guess it was just like it was so raunchy to like she was always like getting aching and like and the even the kissing part itself was really like wild provocative everyone's just kissing millions of people and they're like immense something it meant by nothing but and then if an acting like they had like head the recreation of the kissing prom like i don't think the kissing booth meant as much to everyone as in just to l do you know what i mean yeah but like it didn't even it only meant something to la because of jacob but like but no one having kissed her like they were still gonna act like the casinos meant something right the with meant nothing jon snow noto i need to watch it again it so i'm like the fact that that's the name of the movie like it should be called it was like they were just trying to make the kissing booth important when like it could have been called anything that had nothing to do with kissing and also i'm so i never saw trailer for the movie i didn't even see the cover where it's like she has to choose because so i didn't know if she was gonna end up with lee or no when she was growing up like i didn't know and know what was i like little sister oh this heat doesn't like her like i had no clue where the movie was going and i love that jackie's same and like i.
"molly ringwald" Discussed on We'll See You In Hell
"Right right so to to know him so well as the sort of good ole boy and then go back and see this where he's a different human being i was like my god almighty this guy is really really fucking talented and then i became obsessed i look i watched the short film on line molly ringwald rent yet jt wall who's also in the short film playing the same guy yeah and then i i looked up on inside the actors studio because he does the character on stage like instantly yeah i thought that was fascinating because the whole thing was watching it i'm like well he directed this is he directing in this character like or does come out of it and it seems like he probably easily comes out of it but game probably being super depressed doing the voice in the face in the mirror and then it was like maybe i'll make it into a move yeah and he said yeah he said he was he was his yeah it was like he was doing part and something and he started doing that in the mirror and then he also said that it hurts he said the posture of the character and the the under bite hurts and the voice hurt after i guess some time but i would believe it it's i saw it twice in the theater one after the other it's been a favorite of mine forever i wrote a paper on it in college you went into back you went to back to backs to that with adam boogie nights really think are the only two.
"molly ringwald" Discussed on Bertcast's Podcast
"Yeah like like pretty in pink exactly another great prostitution movie no that's how i was thinking pretty woman pretty in pink from moving okay molly ringwald so i go then i i swear to god him not being there's no antagonistic thing happening with me and this guy just go oh you can turn left here actually the entrance to my house isn't on the street that that the address is on its on the next you can turn left here the entrance is right there was like yeah i'm gonna turn he's blowing it i'm gonna turn left that's what it tells me to do on doing what it's telling me to do and i go okay you can stop the car right now we're getting out right now and he's just like he's fine and he slams on the on the break in the middle of the road and i i opened the door in the middle of the road to like i'm getting like we're getting the fuck out of here and i probably said we're getting the fuck outta here let me out and we start getting out and he's like pull it over and over in my driveway and i'm like and then we start going like no you're not pulling over just gimme the fuck out of here you fucking you this and then i'm like pop the trunk dude i'm getting you know i'm getting my bag and getting the fuck outta here and i know what i did to elevate things are crazy yeah i pop out my phone and i'm just like record and i'm like would he that's what he called me like a dip shit or a little or he swore and i'm like click start recording i'm like would you say to me and he's immediately like tell you anything and i go pop the trunk you're getting fired i'm like narrating it all worldstar style game fire today boy and and he's like i'm not giving you your bag i'm not.
"molly ringwald" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM
"Yeah interesting she says he says that you molly ringwald in sixteen candles apparently said that say more dire straits said many times and you know look boycott molly ringwald thanks yourself sad there's nothing we can boycott there's nothing like okay well i don't even know where she lives her what she does for a living and she's probably just a bomb let's take her children away from her by the way on the dire straits answer one edit replaces the slur with the word mother that little mother has his own jet airplane the little mother is a millionaire just the same and then many stations have aired a version that cuts the verse entirely but it wasn't the progressive rock stations i can tell you that right now all right every business needs great people in a better way to find them something better than posting your job online and just praying for the right person to see it and that's where ziprecruiter comes in they built a better platform it's smart and it finds the right job candidate for us identifies the people with the right experience and then goes out finds them and invites them to apply for your job and it's the invitations that turn everything upside down the average business owner that's looking for somebody and using ziprecruiter finds a quality candidate in the first day and ziprecruiter make sure that you see the best candidates ziprecruiter takes and it highlights the best candidate for you so you never miss the right hire i want you to try it for free right now if you're looking to hire somebody and you need the right person ziprecruiter dot com slash beck that's ziprecruiter dot com slash beck try it for free right now and hire the right.