Wednesday - We prepare as a hurricane approached Florida. Cora Berchem from Save the Manatee Club is in for Animal House. Local6 Chief Meteorologist Tom Sorrells updates us on the approaching storm. Orlando Sentinel columnist Scott Maxwell on Election Day results. Rauce Thoughts with a pop-quiz on Hawaii. Plus, WOKE News, Trivia & Last Call.
In hour three, Mike & Jason talk Canucks w/ Sportsnet's Dan Murphy, the boys tell us what they learned, and Brough is SHOCKED that his producers have not heard of "Animal House". This podcast is produced by Andy Cole and Greg Balloch. The views and opinions expressed in this podcast are those of the hosts and guests and do not necessarily reflect the position of Rogers Media Inc. or any affiliate.
It's getting close to Thanksgiving and that means it's time to watch this holiday classic starring Bryan Cranston and Judge Reinhold. Every year (since 2003), millions of Americans around the country get out their DVD players and watch this heartwarming comedy from the looney lads at National Lampoon. Tune in to hear all about this comedy institution and whether or not this TV special holds up as much as Animal House!WATCHPublished by Golden Ox Studios - https://goldenoxstudio.com/SUBSCRIBE TO THE PODCAST: https://www.networkspecialpodcast.com/listenSOCIAL MEDIAhttps://www.facebook.com/networkspecialhttp://instagram.com/networkspecialhttps://www.tiktok.com/@networkspecial
Tom and Julie celebrate Producer Brett's 40th birthday with matching tattoos and a surprise appearance from famed Italian pastry chef Sal de Riso (Anthony Atamanuik). Plus a mustache heavy action clip from the Pat Morito/Jay Leno vehicle Collision Course (1987) in honor of Movember. Also royalty free birthday songs, Memento, that documentary they're shooting in Modern Family, Popeye's gay friend Sailor Jerry, Carrie, Ryan Goosling in Jazz, La La Land, Emma Stonestreet, Ellen Degeneres' next act, George Orwell's Animal House, Brett's Golden Axe jacket, ol' Donut Mouth, Hollywood Toy & Costume, the lyrics to Steve Miller Band's Abracadabra, Tootie Dog on IG, and much more! JOIN FOREVER DOG PLUS FOR VIDEO EPISODES, AD-FREE EPISODES, & BONUS CONTENT: http://foreverdog.plus CLIPS FROM THIS EPISODE: *Collision Course https://twitter.com/RussellHFilm/status/1541790135145996289 *Tootie_Dog on IG https://www.instagram.com/tootie_dog *Jerry Lewis in Hardly Working https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Yd1DAmvhI_Q *Walter Matthau in The Couch Trip https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-rebHHoZJSM JOIN THE DOUBLE THREAT FAN GROUPS: *Discord https://discord.com/invite/PrcwsbuaJx *Reddit https://www.reddit.com/r/doublethreatfriends *Facebook https://www.facebook.com/groups/doublethreatfriends DOUBLE THREAT MERCH: https://www.teepublic.com/stores/double-threat SEND SUBMISSIONS TO: DoubleThreatPod@gmail.com FOLLOW DOUBLE THREAT: https://twitter.com/doublethreatpod https://www.instagram.com/doublethreatpod DOUBLE THREAT IS A FOREVER DOG PODCAST: https://foreverdogpodcasts.com/podcasts/double-threat Theme song by Mike Krol Artwork by Michael Kupperman Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Wednesday – Should subcontractors be able to put a lien on a property if they don't get paid by a contractor? Should TikTok be blocked in the U.S. over security concerns. Animal House with a millipede and hissing cockroach from the Central Florida Zoo. Orlando Sentinel columnist Scott Maxwell on shooting people in Polk County, stand your ground, Disney and politics, and construction lien issues. Alejandro joins us while Rauce is away. Plus, WOKE News, Trivia & Last Call.
Ghostbusters Welcome to The Guys Review, where we review media, products and experiences. **READ APPLE REVIEWS/Fan Mail**Mention Twitter DM group - like pinned tweet @The_GuysReviewRead emails email@example.comTwitter Poll Ghostbusters (im starting to hate the swedish translation of movies. Now in swedish Ghostbusters is called Ghostleague) Director: Ivan Riteman Writers: Dan Aykroyd. Harold Ramis. Rick Moranis(uncredited) Starring: Bill MurreyDan AykroydSigourney WeaverHarold RamisRick MoranisErnie Hudson Released: June 8, 1984 Budget: $30M ($85,700,096.25M in 2022) Gross US & Canada $243,578,797M ($695,824,211.55M in 2022) Opening weekend US & Canada $13,578,151M in JUN 10, 1984 ($38,788,294.92M in 2022) Gross worldwide $296,578,797M ($847,227,714.92M in 2022) Ratings: IMDb 7.8/10 Rotten Tomatoes 63% Metacritic 71% Google Users 86% Here cometh thine shiny awards Sire. My Lord Tucker the Wanker second Earl of Wessex. Lord of the Furries. Heir of Lord baldy the one eyed snake wrestler. Protector of Freedom units. Step Sibling with funny feelings down stairs. Entertainer of uncles. Jailor of innocent. Spanker of innocent milk maids and stable boys. The toxic wanker. Big Cheif sitting doughnut. Teepee giver to the great Cornholio. Edgar Allan Poe's shaved muse. Academy Awards, USA 1985NomineeOscarBest Effects, Visual EffectsRichard EdlundJohn BrunoMark VargoChuck Gaspar Best Music, Original SongRay Parker Jr. For the song "Ghostbusters". BAFTA Awards 1985WinnerBAFTA Film AwardBest Original SongRay Parker Jr. For the song "Ghostbusters".NomineeBAFTA Film AwardBest Special Visual EffectsRichard Edlund Academy of Science Fiction, Fantasy & Horror Films, USA 1985WinnerSaturn AwardBest Fantasy Film Golden Globes, USA 1985NomineeGolden GlobeBest Motion Picture - Comedy or Musical Best Performance by an Actor in a Motion Picture - Comedy or MusicalBill Murray Best Original Song - Motion PictureRay Parker Jr. Song: "Ghostbusters" Golden Screen, Germany 1985WinnerGolden Screen Grammy Awards 1985NomineeGrammyBest Album of Original Score Written for a Motion Picture or Television SpecialRay Parker Jr.Kevin O'NealBobby AlessiTom BaileyGraham RussellDavid FosterJay GraydonDiane WarrenMick SmileyElmer Bernstein Hugo Awards 1985NomineeHugoBest Dramatic PresentationIvan Reitman (director)Dan Aykroyd (written by)Harold Ramis (written by) National Film Preservation Board, USA 2015WinnerNational Film RegistryNational Film Preservation Board Online Film & Television Association 2021WinnerOFTA Film Hall of FameSong "Ghostbusters" Online Film & Television Association 2016WinnerOFTA Film Hall of FameMotion Picture Young Artist Awards 1985WinnerYoung Artist AwardBest Family Motion Picture - Musical or Comedy First Time you saw the movie? Plot: After Columbia University parapsychology professors Peter Venkman, Ray Stantz, and Egon Spengler experience their first encounter with a ghost at the New York Public Library, the university dean dismisses the credibility of their paranormal-focused research and fires them. The trio responds by establishing "Ghostbusters", a paranormal investigation and elimination service operating out of a disused firehouse. They develop high-tech nuclear-powered equipment to capture and contain ghosts, although business is initially slow. After a paranormal encounter in her apartment, cellist Dana Barrett calls the Ghostbusters. She recounts witnessing a demonic dog-like creature in her refrigerator utter a single word: "Zuul". Ray and Egon research Zuul and details of Dana's building while Peter inspects her apartment and unsuccessfully attempts to seduce her. The Ghostbusters are hired to remove a gluttonous ghost, Slimer, from the Sedgewick Hotel. Having failed to properly test their equipment, Egon warns the group that crossing the energy streams of their proton pack weapons could cause a catastrophic explosion. They capture the ghost and deposit it in an ecto-containment unit under the firehouse. Supernatural activity rapidly increases across the city and the Ghostbusters become famous; they hire a fourth member, Winston Zeddemore, to cope with the growing demand. Suspicious of the Ghostbusters, Environmental Protection Agency inspector Walter Peck asks to evaluate their equipment but Peter rebuffs him. Egon warns that the containment unit is nearing capacity and supernatural energy is surging across the city. Peter meets with Dana and informs her Zuul was a demigod worshipped as a servant to "Gozer the Gozerian", a shapeshifting god of destruction. Upon returning home, she is possessed by Zuul; a similar entity possesses her neighbor, Louis Tully. Peter arrives and finds the possessed Dana/Zuul claiming to be "the Gatekeeper". Louis is brought to Egon by police officers and claims he is "Vinz Clortho, the Keymaster". The Ghostbusters agree to keep the pair separated. Peck returns with law enforcement and city workers to have the Ghostbusters arrested and their containment unit deactivated, causing an explosion that releases the captured ghosts. Louis/Vinz escapes in the confusion and makes his way to the apartment building to join Dana/Zuul. In jail, Ray and Egon reveal Ivo Shandor, leader of a Gozer-worshipping cult, designed Dana's building to function as an antenna to attract and concentrate spiritual energy to summon Gozer and bring about the apocalypse. Faced with supernatural chaos across the city, the Ghostbusters convince the mayor to release them. The Ghostbusters travel to the apartment building roof as Dana/Zuul and Louis/Vinz open the gate between dimensions and transform into demonic dogs. Gozer appears as a woman and attacks the Ghostbusters then disappears when they attempt to retaliate. Her disembodied voice demands the Ghostbusters "choose the form of the destructor". Ray inadvertently recalls a beloved corporate mascot from his childhood, and Gozer reappears as a gigantic Stay Puft Marshmallow Man that begins destroying the city. Against his earlier advice, Egon instructs the team to cross their proton energy streams at the dimensional gate. The resulting explosion destroys Gozer's avatar, banishing it back to its dimension, and closes the gateway. The Ghostbusters rescue Dana and Louis from the wreckage and are welcomed on the street as heroes. TOP 5Before the Ghostbusters become established in New York City, they release a commercial to advertise their services. The three original members — Peter Venkman (Bill Murrey), Ray Stantz (Dan Aykroyd), and Egon Spengler (Harold Ramis) — appear on television, with the number 555-2368. During the film's theatrical release in 1984, Ivan Reritman ran that very same commercial, which allowed people to call in. Callers would hear a pre-recorded message from Bill Murray and Dan Aykroyd, who announced that they were unable to answer as they were busy busting ghosts! The number received 1,000 calls every hour, 24 hours a day, for several weeks! Sadly, the line is no longer operational, so if you're being troubled by strange noises in the middle of the night, or you're experiencing feelings of dread in your basement or attic, we don't know what to tell you!“Ghostbusters” is such an iconic title — so much so, that many fans still haven't noticed that, following the opening scene in the New York Public Library in the original 1984 film, the title that appears on the screen is actually two words and not one, reading “Ghost Busters”! Before the filmmakers settled on the now iconic title, Dan Aykroyd originally considered the title “Ghost Smashers”, while “Ghostbreakers” was also an option. The sign outside the Ghostbusters fire station in New York even had variations of these titles during production. “Ghostbusters” wasn't available because of Filmation's Ghostbusters (1975), an unrelated TV series (there's also a 1986 cartoon). In the end, Columbia Pictures obtained the rights, while The Real Ghostbusters (1986 — 1991) was so named to distinguish it from the Filmation version.Despite becoming one of the most iconic characters in the entire Ghostbusters franchise, Slimer is never actually name-dropped in either of the two movies, Ghostbusters and Ghostbusters II (1989). However, he was referred to as “Onionhead” by the crew of the original film. The “ugly little spud” wasn't actually named “Slimer” until the animated show, The Real Ghostbusters, in which he's part of the team. It's this that inspired his more friendly cameo in Ghostbusters II, in which he offers Louis Tully (Rick Moranis) a ride in a town car. Slimer isn't the only ghost in the original movie who isn't referred to by the name we now know him by Gozer's two minions, Vinz Clortho/the keymaster and Zuul/the gatekeeper are never referred to as "terror dogs", despite the hellhounds now being synonymous with the name.As well as being called “Onionhead” by the crew members of the original 1984 film, Slimer also went by another name — “The Ghost of John Belushi”, something Dan Aykroyd started. Aykroyd has since confirmed that Slimer was heavily inspired by the late John Belushi. For starters, the green spook's hankering for food was based on Belushi's cafeteria scene in National Lampoon's Animal House (1978). The role of Peter Venkman was originally written for the actor, however, he passed away while Aykroyd was working on the script in early 1984. While there are no direct references to the actor in the film, there are plenty throughout IDW's Ghostbusters comic book series, some of which even feature Belushi's character, “Joliet” Jake Blues, from The Blues Brothers (1980), which also stars Dan Aykroyd as Elwood Blues.Once the Ghostbusters cross the streams, the rift between the two dimensions causes the Marshmallow Man to explode, raining down marshmallow on the unsuspecting New Yorkers below. But getting that amount of actual marshmallows to dump on the film's extras was implausible. Instead, Edlund's team collected 500-gallon batches of shaving cream to substitute for the remnants of Mr. Stay-Puft. William Atherton, who played EPA villain Walter Peck, was skeptical about having such a large amount of heavy cream dropped on him, so they tested the idea on a stuntman using only 75 pounds, and it knocked him to the ground. The stuntman was okay, and another smaller batch was collected to dump on Atherton for the final take in the film. **TRIPLE LINDY AWARD** **REVIEW AND RATING**TreyChrisStephen .5Tucker .5 TOP 5Stephen:1 Breakfast club2 T23 Ghostbuster4 Sandlot5 Color out of space Chris:1. sandlots2. T23. trick r treat4. rocky horror picture show5. hubie halloween Trey:1) Boondocks Saints2) Mail Order Brides3) Tombstone4) Very bad things5) She out of my league Tucker:1. T22: Tombstone3: My Cousin Vinny4: Ghostbusters5: Scream WHAT ARE WE DOING NEXT WEEK? Web: https://theguysreview.simplecast.com/EM: firstname.lastname@example.orgIG: @TheGuysReviewPodTW: @The_GuysReview - Twitter DM groupFB: https://facebook.com/TheGuysReviewPod/YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCYKXJhq9LbQ2VfR4K33kT9Q Please, Subscribe, rate and review us wherever you get your podcasts from!! Thank you,-The Guys
Wednesday – Powerball is up there so we are dreaming big! We talk hair product recalls. Jim gets and gives cruising tips. Daisy from the Audubon Society brings Alina the Merlin Falcon in for Animal House. Orlando Sentinel columnist Scott Maxwell on the midterm elections, development in Seminole County and sushi with Jack. Plus, WOKE News, Trivia & Last Call.
On Today's Episode of "It's Radio with TV's Tim Stack" - Tim welcomes James “Jamie” Widdoes! Jamie Widdoes started out as an actor and starred as senior student and Fraternity President "Robert Hoover", alongside John Belushi, in the 1978 film, National Lampoon's National Lampoon's Animal House(1978), as well as the 1979 TV series spin-off, Delta House (1979). He was also the original Father in the NBC show, “Charles in Charge. But he eventually worked his way into directing television and has become one of the most successful, literally, in the history of TV. In all, give or take, he has directed 518 episodes of half-hour tv plus too many TV movies to mention. Including 142 episodes of “Two and A Half Men” and 133 episodes of “Mom". Host - Tim Stack Executive Producer - Jeremiah Higgins Sound Engineer - Richard "Dr. D." Dugan
Wednesday – Rauce tries to make friends with his neighbors. Soap Operas are fading to black. Kathy Burns from the Pet Alliance bring Yanni in for Animal House. Orlando Sentinel columnist Scott Maxwell on the the Florida senate race and the amendments on the ballot. Rauce Thoughts on wedding drinking. Plus, WOKE News, Trivia & Last Call.
Tee up for this hilarious episode of Muggle with a Mic! Kaiti and Phil discuss movies from the late 70's and early 80's including Animal House, Caddyshack and the lesser known Johnny Dangerously ... yes, his name is an adverb. Listen to the hosts' take on comedy and humor of that era and the little known actors who became mega comedy stars. Phil and Kaiti take a few detours throughout the episode but then end up at a quiz all about Michael Keaton! So listen up yinzers and enjoy this episode of Muggle with a Mic! Find more Muggle with a Mic content and YouTube videos here: linktr.ee/mugglewithamic Download and use Newsly for free now from www.newsly.me or from the link in the description, and use promo code Muggle and receive a 1-month free premium subscription. Music from this episode: Take a Chance", "Leaving Home" and "Achaidh Cheide" Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com) Licensed under Creative Commons Sound effects from zapsplat.com --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/mugglewithamic/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/mugglewithamic/support
Tuesday – We announce the nearly $1 billion Alex Jones verdict. Are super hero comic book movies a metaphor for fascism? Animal House with Robert Ramos, Chico the K9 and K-9‘s United. Jim stays home with his newly removed lump. Orlando Sentinel columnist Scott Maxwell on wedding invitations and ice sculptures. Rauce Thoughts a wild night of comedy. Plus, WOKE News, Trivia & Last Call.
On this episode of Our American Stories, Mark Metcalf is best known for his role as the sadistic ROTC officer Douglas C. Neidermeyer in the 1978 comedy Animal House. He is also known for playing the role of “The Maestro” on the hit sitcom Seinfeld as well as for his recurring role as “The Master” on the television series Buffy the Vampire Slayer. Mark's life story is as large as the characters he portrays. Support the show (https://www.ouramericanstories.com/donate)See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
EPISODE HIGHLIGHTS:“It's all happening!”If it sounds like there's a party going on, you're right, and you're invited to join the fun on this special episode of Rock is Lit. My rock ‘n roll bruthas Mac B. and Action Jackson, from The Ugly American Werewolf in London Rock Podcast, and I talk about what makes a great movie soundtrack and our criteria for choosing the movies/soundtracks that made each of our top-four lists. We discuss how these films are timeless but also capture a moment in time.Then we do a deep dive into our shared number one pick, going song by song, exploring how the songs capture the tone and spirit of the scenes they're featured in—in effect, how the convergence of fiction and music elevates the movie to modern classic status. What's our first choice for our favorite rock movie soundtrack? Here's a hint:“Air raid!”You'll have a blast hanging out with us—three pals grooving on a great movie with a great soundtrack. You might even take your own trip down memory lane as you listen to us relive our experience with the film and clips of some of the songs from the movie. SONGS PLAYED IN THIS EPISODE IN ORDER OF APPEARANCE:“Don't You Forget About Me” by Simple Minds“The Pusher” by Steppenwolf“Born to Be Wild” by Steppenwolf‘Think' by Aretha Franklin‘Sweet Emotion' by Aerosmith“School's Out” by Alice Cooper“Free Ride” by Edgar Winter Group“Low Rider” by War“Hurricane” by Bob Dylan“Never Been Any Reason” by Head East“Slow Ride” by Foghat“Rock And Roll All Nite” by Kiss“Cherry Bomb” by The Runaways“Tuesday's Gone” by Lynyrd Skynyrd“Summer Breeze” by Seals & Crofts“Slow Ride” by Foghat LINKS:The Ugly American Werewolf in London Rock Podcast Christy Alexander Hallberg's websiteChristy Alexander Hallberg, Twitter/Instagram: @christyhallbergChristy Alexander Hallberg, Facebook: @ChristyAlexanderHallbergChristy Alexander Hallberg, YouTube
Dotun and Tim are joined by writer James Brown to talk about the time Leeds faced Stuttgart in a Champions League play-off in Barcelona. James is the author of Animal House which you can order here: https://smarturl.it/AnimalHousebookOr you can get a signed copy direct from him on twitter: https://twitter.com/jamesjamesbrown
Wednesday – We talk about Rauce's wedding registry and try to select a gift. Central Florida Zoo CEO Richard Glover updates us post hurricane in Animal House. Orlando Sentinel columnist Scott Maxwell on hurricane recovery and the homeowner's insurance crisis in Florida. Rauce Thoughts on his man cave. Plus, WOKE News, Trivia & Last Call.
On Today’s Episode Brett’s Animal House, Phil Collins joins the show, and would you bang that piece of chocolate …Enjoy! The Brett Davern Show is streamed LIVE daily at 12pm (eastern) 9am (pacific) on idobi Radio at http://idobi.com. Follow Brett on social media @BDavv, Katie : @KatieLeclerc, the show @BrettDavernShow
SEASON 5 PREMIERE: Our 5th Season And "The Wrecks of '79" begins by going back to School to cover Not one, but THREE Ripoffs (or really, 1 Ripoff, 1 Sliver of a Ripoff, and 1 Actual Spinoff) of an All-Time Comedy Classic. Can all 3 of them make the grade? SPONSORED BY: Dave's Archives Retrocirq And Our Patrons (NOW AT NEW LOW PRICES)
This week I have a guest cohost, Viktoria! We recap the pilot episode of the 1980's sitcom "Silver Spoons," which was requested by my listener, Darryl. Find out why Viktoria thinks this is a Full House knockoff, what is a "thingy, thing, thing?" and why was there a tree in my locker? Among other things, we mention: Buck Rogers, Bare Essence, NYPD Blue, Princess Diana, Coconut Head, Blue's Clues, The Champ (spoiler alert!), Animal House, Parentificaion and...Seinfeld!
Wednesday – Our Hurricane Ian coverage continues as the storm makes landfall in Florida. We talk to senior FEMA official Marcus Coleman about the federal response to the storm. We talk to Fox35 meteorologist Ian Cassette about the storm. Animal House with tips for pets during a storm. Orlando Sentinel columnist Scott Maxwell on hurricane survival and politics in a storm. Rauce Thoughts reporting from the storm. Plus, WOKE News, Trivia & Last Call.
Sharon and Susan talk with “Scarecrow & Mrs. King's” one-and-only “Francine Desmond” – actress Martha Smith. Our conversation covers everything from her early days as a model for the Ford Motor Company to her “National Lampoon's Animal House” adventures and finally to working on the show she first knew only as “The Secret Kate Jackson Project” – we'll find out why Martha Smith truly is the “Gal With All The Luck”! Along the way, we'll discuss…- Brunching with John Belushi! Touring with Rod Stewart!- Posing for Playboy Playmate of the Month!- The “other” spy show that almost happened: “Ebony, Ivory and Jade” (1979) with Bert Convy and Debbie Allen.- Creating comedy magic with Kate Jackson in Martha's all-time favorite episode, “Life of the Party."- The shelved script from Season 2 (“A Matter of Choice”) that was dusted off for the end of Season 4 – and finally gave Francine a boyfriend - and an apartment!- Francine's on-screen adventures in Europe – and Martha's off-screen ones, too! (Why does Bruce Boxleitner keep teasing her about those German men, anyway? Nothing happened.) Plus: We talk about how she stood up for herself (and Francine) as the show – and showrunners – kept changing; along with everything from LA real estate to divorces to motorcycle accidents to… Bruce Boxleitner and “The Hooker Routine”?! Join us on our deep-dive into all things Francine and Mrs. King with the impressive, irreverent and irreplaceable Martha Smith! AUDIO-OGRAPHYMartha Smith: https://www.facebook.com/groups/154944167855260Scarecrow and Mrs. King Anniversary Reunion Page:https://www.facebook.com/ScarecrowAndMrsKingAnniversaryWatch Scarecrow and Mrs. King: https://tinyurl.com/yc2h8n56FAN THANKS & RECOMMENDATIONS:Fiona W. book: When Women Invented Television by Jennifer Keishin Armstrong.https://www.amazon.com/When-Women-Invented-Television-Powerhouses/dp/0062973304Tamara M. show: Hunter with Stephanie Kramer and Fred Dryer.https://tinyurl.com/3f3bnczrINFO:80s TV Ladies theme and parody songs, including this episode's “Some Gals Have All the Luck - Martha Smith” by Amy Englehardt. Written by Susan Lambert Hatem and Amy Englehardt.AmyEnglehardt.com - https://www.amyengelhardt.comFor more information or to download a transcript of this podcast, visit our website: https://80stvladies.comDon't miss out. Sign up for our 80s TV Ladies mailing list! - http://eepurl.com/h1YPWH 80s TV Ladies™ Copyright 2022 134 West, LLC and Susan Lambert. All Rights Reserved.
Between 1994 and 1997, James Brown's loaded magazine became the must-buy and must-be-in publication of the decade. It won every award going, year after year, and came to define not only its audience but also a generation. Bright, loud, funny, provocative, ambitious and careless, loaded was read from the barracks of Afghanistan to the England dressing room at Euro '96. It captured a hedonistic lifestyle of alcohol, cocaine and more. The last great hurrah before the end of the century. It was the biggest noise in the golden generation of magazine publishing, rocketing from zero to half a million sales in a matter of months. What MTV had been to the 80s, loaded was to the 90s.ANIMAL HOUSE follows James Brown's remarkable career from a high school drop-out fanzine writer with few qualifications to NME features editor aged 22, and loaded founder at 27. In between, his mother died in tragic circumstances and gradually his own drug and alcohol use began to take over. Loaded‘s unexpected success legitimised (and paid for) James's lifestyle, and it wasn't until he crashed and burned at GQ, and went through rehab, that any sense of perspective kicked in.Recuperating on the island of Mustique whilst plotting his return with Oz founder Felix Dennis, James was asked by neighbour Lord Patrick Lichfield: “How on earth did you manage to sell so many magazines whilst taking so many drugs?”This book is his answer.Buy James's book here: https://www.quercusbooks.co.uk/titles/james-brown/animal-house/9781787477902/ Buy tickets for Vittorio's Soho Theatre run: https://sohotheatre.com/shows/vittorio-angelone-translations/Thanks for watching! Like, subscribe, drop a comment, all the good stuff.Subscribe to Patreon for early access to episodes PLUS a bonus solo episode every week
Today, "Naked Lunch" is thrilled to be serving up a very special order of Bacon -- Kevin Bacon, that is. Kevin discusses his famously long and impressive career as an actor, from early classics like "Animal House" and "Diner" (with Kevin's friend and previous "Naked Lunch" guest Paul Reiser) to major hits like "Footloose" and "JFK" to current projects like "City On A Hill," "They/Them" and "Leave the World Behind." Kevin gives great insight into his family life and his lifelong love of music -- including how he and his brother Michael have kept The Bacon Brothers on the road making music while still talking to one another. And Phil & David work through their strong feelings about their individual Six Degrees of Kevin Bacon scores with the man himself. Also this and way more than a side of Bacon. To learn more about building community through food and "Somebody Feed the People," visit the Philanthropy page at philrosenthalworld.com.
Wednesday – Jim passes out at his own party...twice. Jack has grocery questions. Animal House with Christin Burford and Ava the spider monkey from the C.A.R.E Foundation in Apopka. Shannon Rickard from SeaWorld talks about tomorrow's Florida Job Fair. Orlando Sentinel columnist Scott Maxwell on Gov. DeSantis sending immigrants to Martha's Vineyard. Rauce Thoughts on buying the 2nd beer, or very expensive sneakers. Plus, WOKE News, Trivia & Last Call.
Dr. Daniela Castillo attended veterinary school in Mexico, at Universidad Veracruzana. While visiting a functioning pig slaughterhouse, she was so traumatized that she had to seek psychological therapy. The therapist basically gave Daniela two options: quit veterinary school and do something else to help animals or "suck it up" and finish school if she really wanted to become a Veterinarian. Daniela decided to sacrifice her feelings of depression and anxiety and finished veterinary school as the Valedictorian of her class in 2008. She now enjoys a successful career in shelter medicine and high quality high volume spay/neuter. Topics covered in this episode: Starting a house call practice in a pandemic One mistake Dr. Daniela warns new house call vets about The House Call Vet Academy course Handling requested services you may not offer The process of becoming a veterinarian in the US after becoming a trained veterinarian in Mexico Experiencing racism as a veterinarian Veganism Animal Rights Links & resources for Dr. Daniela Castillo: Daniela's article on VIN news Ventilation shutdown + key facts Some organizations to check out: Our Honor website The Paw Project website To find vegetarian and vegan restaurant options: Visit the Happy Cow website To find out if a booze is vegan: Visit the Barnivore website Vegan Cheat Sheet: Visit the Vegan Cheat Sheet spreadsheet The House Call Vet Academy links: Find out about The House Call Vet Academy online CE course Learn more about Dr. Eve Harrison Learn more about 1-to-1 coaching for current & prospective house call, mobile, & concierge vets Get House Call Vet swag! Find out about the next House Call & Mobile Vet Virtual Conference Music: In loving memory of Dr. Steve Weinberg. Intro & outro guitar music was written, performed, & recorded by house call veterinarian Dr. Steve Weinberg. Thank you to our sponsors! Rockin' Pets, Rollin' Vets PriVet Pet Care First Opinion Veterinary Ultrasound- Online CE courses on ultrasonography & machine selection Good Pharma Tea (Use code Harrison20 for 20% off your order!) Veterinary Recommended Solutions - Get a $200 gift card! Just mention this podcast when you set up a discovery call with VRS's medical director about their ethical & rigorously tested veterinary supplements.
Teri Bolo joined by to discuss the lack of Groundling representation on my podcast; her first vivid memory of seeing Peter Pan on TV; going to see Pollyanna and being told she looked like Hailey Mills; her and her aunt going to Gary Austins improv class, which became The Groundlings; what it means to teach improv or to take improv classes; the rules of improv; whether characters are created or fine-tuned in improv; Laraine Newman; "Tunnelvision"; "If You Don't Stop You'll Go Blind"; The Dating Game; The Gong Show; her role in "Carrie"; being on a big time movie set; the famous shower scene; working with George Burns and John Denver in "Oh God"; being cut out of "Animal House"; going to movie locations while on vacation; Gary Austin; Del Close; improv being collaborative and not competitive; Robin Williams; Fred Willard; "The In Laws"; "Mommie Dearest"; my dad meeting Faye Dunaway and my mom meeting the bank robber from the "7-Ups"; making out with a girl for a scene i "Scarface" that you can only see her arm in; "Pee Wee's Big Adventure"; being a stand in for Julia Duffy and The Love Boat; the Newhart episode where she and Julia Duffy played twins; Bob Newhart not getting recognized at the gate; Don Rickles visits Newhart set; 24; "Little Miss Sunshine"; when to approach celebrities;
We hear from two very different magazine makers this episode. As his book about launching nineties supermag Loaded is published, publishing entrepreneur James Brown joins Jeremy at the magCulture Shop to select his indie favourites, including Electronic Sound, The Square Ball and Whalebone. The two look back at how the Loaded phenomenon exploded, and generally share his passion for magazines. James' book about Loaded, ‘Animal House' is published this week by Quercus Books. Then we jump to the present, as Francesca Gavin joins via Zoom to discuss her exciting new launch Epoch. This big, bold magazine seeks to link the new and old, and art and science using contenorary design and aesthetics. We're grateful to our friends at Park Communications for their support of the magCulturre Podcast. Find them online at www.parkcom.co.uk Final edit by Sam Williams
In this week's episode, Diane & Andy talk about the 2022 Emmys, the overflow of new fall TV shows including AMERICAN GIGOLO, WEDDING SEASON, the WHAT WE DO IN THE SHADOWS finale, and shows returning this coming week. Diane also chats with veteran actor Tim Matheson, known to fans from his roles on VIRGIN RIVER, HART OF DIXIE, THE WEST WING and ANIMAL HOUSE.
James Brown created one of the greatest magazines of all time: when it launched in the 90's, Loaded was revolutionary - inclusive, smart and funny. But celebrating constant hedonism could only last so long. Eventually, James had to face his demons and get sober. His new book ‘Animal House' tells the full story of his career and his personal struggles with drink and drugs. It's as funny as you'd expect - but extremely honest and pretty moving too. I was delighted to welcome him onto The Reset.You can buy a copy of the book here https://smarturl.it/AnimalHousebookandhttp://bookdepository.com ships worldwide for free Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Wednesday – Do you have a favorite movie trope? Should social media companies be forced to honor the first amendment. Deb Munini from The Animal League brings Clarice the kitten for Animal House. Rauce Thoughts with Momma Padgett on the golf showdown between Rauce and Jim. Plus, WOKE News, Trivia & Last Call.
Countdown #389 This week the boys go back to their peak study years - which, in Wayne's case lasted about three months - to countdown the very best college set films! How many gross out comedies can Wayne squeeze onto his list? And for that matter, will Paul talk about every horror movie set on a college campus? Or are there a few shocks in store beyond the fact that Paul has never seen Animal House? Learn the answers to all these questions and more as The Countdown continues ... Check out the show's first draft of a website for your one-stop shop for all things related to The Countdown. But if you want more specific directions, find so many more Countdowns - all the way back to Episode 40! - on our Podbean site. Join The Countdown Podcast Listener Community on Facebook so you can interact more directly with Paul and Wayne and vote in the weekly poll for who has the best list! Head on over to Patreon to find out to have your topic covered on the show and see what extras you're missing.
Peter Riegert Live on Game Changers With Vicki Abelson Stories, stories, and more stories, one better than the next, all fantastical! Peter Riegert exceeded my high expectations and that's an exceedingly tall order. Somehow 2 hrs and 45 min flew by in an instant, yet at the same time, we got to know so much about Peter, his life, his work, his thoughts, his heart, and his art. From the Bronx boy playing stickball to marching with Martin, who had a dream, to an underachieving student, teacher, and waiter, Bella Abzug, to improv, War Babies to Peter's first resume and headshot––hysterical story! From Off-Broadway, a Marx Brother, to Mamet, aligning lives and love with Bette Midler, Mash, Coma, to the game changer, Animal House, how he got it, so many stories from there to here… Bette, F. Murray Abraham, Tom Matheson, John Belushi, Karen Allen, Mark Metcalf, Chilly Scenes of Winter, John Heard, an Academy Award nomination, Crossing Delancey, Amy Irving, the pickle man––a chick magnet, Local Hero, how that came to be, what it meant to him, crazy stories, one of which brought a tear or two to both our eyes. Burt Lancaster, with whom he shared a long ago historical memory, to Tony Soprano and how James Gandolfini allowed Peter a searingly horrifying yet graceful exit from The Sopranos to Succession and the Amazon crime drama he begins filming on Friday. We hit highlights of Peter's work, dug deep into the man, and I hope, gained a new friend. As accessible and fun as Animal House's Boon, as charming and emotional as Crossing Delancey's Sam, and as savvy, transformative, and thoughtful as Local Hero's Mac, Peter Riegert is a warm, complex, fiercely talented human whom I've adored since first sight, and respect and appreciate even more now. This time with him was a gift. He's a mensch beyond measure. I so needed the laughs and the eggs. Peter Riegert Live on Game Changers With Vicki Abelson Wednesday, 9/7/22, 5 pm PT, 8 pm ET Streamed Live on my Facebook Replay here: https://bit.ly/3QojuLN All BROADcasts, as podcasts, also available on iTunes apple.co/2dj8ld3 Stitcher bit.ly/2h3R1fla tunein bit.ly/2gGeItj Also on iHeartRadio, SoundCloud, Voox, OwlTail, Backtracks, PlayerFM, Himalaya, Podchaser, and Listen Notes Thanks to Rick Smolke of Quik Impressions the best printers, printing, the best people people-ing. quikimpressions.com Nicole Venables of Ruby Begonia Hair Studio Beauty and Products for the best tressed. http://www.rubybegoniahairstudio.com/ And, Blue Microphones
Wednesday – What is the male equivalent of sending flowers to your lady? Animal House with Indiana the Boa Constrictor from the Central Florida Zoo. Orlando Sentinel columnist Scott Maxwell on Joel Greenberg singing his songs to the district attorney. Plus, WOKE News, Trivia & then we leave early.
Episode 20: In this episode, Molley and Chad record from the Lake Cumberland State Dock Dock Crawl 2022 event. It's definitely a party atmosphere. They had a great time experiencing the fun and conducting interviews for the podcast. Some of the interviews may not be suitable for children, so you may want to listen to Dock Crawl episodes when they're not around. Molley mentions Mandy and Travis from Episode 15 invited them to participate in the Dock Crawl this year. Molley and Chad interviewed several people who are annual slip renters at the State Dock. This was definitely a team effort and we'd like thank everyone who helped to make this possible. Interview with Tammy and Scott Auberry Tammy and Scott are from Bardstown, Kentucky. They have a slip in the 300 row. They love the neighbors they have at the dock. Tammy and Scott love the Lake Life on State Dock. Chad thinks it's one of the nicest docks in the area. It's a true community. Scott explains that lake people are lake people. They become a second family. Their Advice for Future Boaters Don't neglect the opportunity to get a boat. Scott says you need to get to a slip on the 300 row. It doesn't matter what size boat you get. Once you get a taste for the Lake Life, you'll never leave. Tammy shares a brief story. They had known about each other for a while. They finally started dating and got married in 2021. Tammy commissioned a song for Scott. She sent it to Nashville to record it. It turned out awesome. Scott heard it for the first time, last weekend. Tammy wrote the outline for the lyrics. It's become “their” song. Chad included some of the song in the track in this episode. Interview with Donzi Dale and Sandy The interviews were recorded on Dale and Sandy's houseboat. Dale refurbished the boat and it's terrific. Dale and Sandy just got their 300 slip this year. They've used rows 200 and 500, but the 300 row is their favorite. Dale and Sandy are from West Chester, OH and come down to the lake pretty much every weekend. They try to head to the dock on Thursdays. Interestingly, they come down pretty much year-round. The people are their favorite part of the Lake Life experience. What's the One Landmark that Lets Them Exhale Both Sandy and Dale agree it's the Mt. Vernon exit sign. That's when they know they're back to the lake, even though it's an hour or so away from the Lake Cumberland. It's right off I-75 on the backroads. Molley and Chad travel from Louisville. Chad says their landmark is on 127 as they come out of Liberty, KY. That's when the cell signal goes out and Molley finally has to stop working. Dale comments about how the people really make this such a fun experience. Similar to Tammy and Scott, the dock community is like a family. Molley Asks Dale about Their Other Boat They also have a 38' Donzi, which is how Dale got his nickname. They love participating in poker runs (listen to Episode 10 about Poker Runs and other events). Dale says they've done them in the Bahamas, Key West and all across the country. Chad and Dale agree Lake Cumberland is hard to beat. All of the lakes will be different, but Lake Cumberland is something special. They discuss the various types of boating and this houseboat may have convinced Chad and Molley to seriously consider getting one. The Dock Craw is actually a fun competition and people use it to unwind and simply enjoy the Lake Life. If Dale and Sandy Won the Lottery, What Boat Would They Buy? Dale quickly answers he'd buy a bigger houseboat. Sandy immediately agrees. Their Advice for Someone Deciding to Buy a Boat They both agree the new boater will love the boat and the people. Boaters are boaters. Once you experience it, you'll finally understand it. Going Remote at the State Dock Dock Crawl Molley explains that getting the remote microphones connected was something they really wanted to do for these next segments. Again, the language is a bit salty, so it's not for young listeners. Interview with The Cheerleaders and Others The first interview group is Matthew, Sean, Eric and Shawn are from Cincinnati. The theme for the 300 row is Animal House. As you can tell, the party is definitely in full-effect. Molley then took the opportunity to speak with Key and his wife, Karen. They are introducing the crowd to the Dean Wormer's shot. Key is from northern Wisconsin. He's been coming down to Lake Cumberland for about 7-8 years. Key has a Formula cuddy. They also have a house near Jamestown. We'd like to thank our friends for helping to make this episode possible. Be sure to come back for Episode 21 (in 2 weeks) for the conclusion of our interviews during the Lake Cumberland State Dock Dock Crawl 2022. That's a wrap for this episode. 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Wednesday – Do you have a doppleganger? Would you go to a bar for people over 30? Animal House with Debbie Helsel with Back to Nature Wildlife Refuge and some furry friends. Orlando Sentinel columnist Scott Maxwell discusses the GOP chair Ben Parris, Ghost Candidate trial where Jim sat for jury selection. Rauce Thoughts on celebrity impressions. Plus, WOKE News, Trivia & Last Call.
Disclaimer: You may hear a fire alarm in the background at certain points. You may not. Thank goodness for high quality mics. Apologies if it annoys you, we pushed through. On this episode we discuss the 1978 John Landis directed classic starring an ensemble cast including John Belushi, Tim Matheson, and Donald Sutherland National Lampoon's Animal House. This film, which is currently streaming on Peacock, was indeed genre defining and holds up amazingly well. The misadventures of Delta house at Faber College led to alot of the films we know and love today both directly and indirectly and we discuss it all. We hope you enjoy this episode. If so let us know by liking, subscribing, and commenting. We at #theopentabspodcast certainly appreciate it!
Wednesday – Rauce's fiancé is on her bachelorette weekend and we don't think Rauce is nervous enough. Animal House features an unnamed Nestling Barred Owl and Dixie from the Audobon Society. Orlando Sentinel columnist Scott Maxwell on Florida's primary election results. Rauce Thoughts on on getting more mature. Plus, WOKE News, Trivia & Last Call.
Mark is joined by Eric Stephens from the podcast File Under: Entertainment to discuss sports. SCO Ducks! The Oregon Ducks Get SEC Leadership as they head in 2022. Animal House, Kenny Pickett's Pittsburgh Resume, Kentucky Is a Football School Now, PED Haircuts, Nicholas Cage Busts, Notre Dame Flirting With B1G 10, We Relive the TAMU/LSU 7OT Game, America's Favorite Cat Based Podcast Trivia Game and More Oregon Duck Information Than You Require. Antonio Brown and Juice Kiffin Share Their Biggest Regrets & More! Today's episode was brought to you by NerdGambler.com #NERDG #GODUCKS #SCODUCKS #OREGON #PAC12
Wednesday – Rauce complains about wedding invitations, then forces Deb to watch the season 3 opening scene to The Boys. Kathy and Sally bring Biali the Beagle that they rescued for Animal House. Orlando Sentinel columnist Scott Maxwell Quizes us on local news events. Rauce Thoughts on wedding proposals. Plus, WOKE News, Trivia & Last Call.
Kevin Bacon [Footloose, JFK, The Woodsman, Mystic River] talks with Anna about getting cast in his first movie, the 1978 classic National Lampoon's Animal House which he expected to change his life, his failed attempt as a waiter and the terrifying boss who remembered him years later, the advice Kevin would give his younger self, his favorite death scene, his new movie THEY/THEM, and much more. You also get to hear Kevin describe meeting his wife, Kyra Sedgwick, and can compare his version of events with how Kyra describes their love story in her episode last year. After talking with Kevin, Anna gets a call from Annie whose boyfriend's mother doesn't think Annie is good enough for her son. Then we hear from two past callers and find out what what's happened since they first called in to Unqualified. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
In 1978, Kevin Bacon got cast in Animal House. And in the ensuing decades, he starred in iconic films including A Few Good Men, Apollo 13, Mystic River and, of course, Footloose. In this week's "Sunday Sitdown," Willie Geist gets together with the actor to talk about why he chose to stay in New York, how he incorporates the Six Degrees of himself in to his family life and why he decided to take on his latest role in the horror film They/Them.