My guest today is United Talent Agency co-founder and CEO, Jeremy Zimmer. Jeremy helped build UTA from a boutique literary agency into one of the three major talent agencies, that represents celebrities like Chris Pratt, Timothée Chalamet, Kevin Hart, and Bad Bunny. We talk about his motivation for joining at a talent agency at age […]
Today on Too Opinionated, our good friend award-winning actress, producer, and stunt performer Elena Sanchez returns to the program! Elena stars alongside William Forsythe (Raising Arizona), Jeremy London (Mallrats), and Amber Reign Smith (The Other Black Girl, Rap Sh!t) in Open, a film intertwining the surrealism of nostalgia with the complex reality of modern relationships. Open follows a woman in a troubled marriage who falls for a former teen heartthrob fallen from industry favor, while having nagging (and empowering) hallucinations about fronting an ‘80s new wave band. Elena plays "Emma," a long-time friend of the couple who gets caught up not only in the complicated waters of her friends' open marriage, but also in the hallucinated 1980s music video paradise that intertwines with the real world. Elena learned to play the drums for this project, as “Emma” is also the drummer in the hallucinated band. The film released a vinyl soundtrack on 10/17 with 10 original songs created and performed by the composer and filmmakers for the movie – Sanchez is credited on 3 of the singles. Elena's feature film debut as an actress was the highly anticipated second installment of The Hunger Games films, Catching Fire, where she portrayed Cecelia, the tribute from District 8. She has since shared the screen acting opposite Nicolas Cage, Sam Rockwell, and Tim Roth, as well as performing alongside the likes of Tom Cruise, Sylvester Stallone, Chris Pratt, and Gerard Butler. Elena's television appearances include roles on CBS's NCIS: New Orleans, FOX's Sleepy Hollow, and AMC's The Walking Dead, where she memorably killed off bratty villain Sebastian Milton in the final season. Elena has won a Screen Actors Guild Award for Outstanding Action Performance by a Stunt Ensemble in Avengers: Endgame, has been nominated five additional times, and has been nominated for two Taurus World Stunt Awards. Want to watch: YouTube Meisterkhan Pod (Please Subscribe)
This week, your boys are back to discuss whether the Super Mario Bros sucks or not. We know what you're thinking, “oh no, not Chris Pratt…”, but we're not talking about the recent animated movie. Your best friends are talking about the 1993 train wreck… er… movie starring Bob Hoskins, John Leguizamo, and Dennis Hopper. This movie is ripe for discussion and we can't wait for you to listen to this magical conversation Follow us on Twitter, Instagram, & TikTok: @WhoLetYouPod Subscribe to our YouTube channel to watch us talk: @WhoLetYouWatchThat
Paul and Alex are joined this week by Comedian and Emmy Nominated TV Writer Joey Clift to talk about Garfield, Native American Lasagna, and Garfield's chances this awards season. Cast your vote for this week's strip Here. Join us live on YouTube at the Missing Sock YouTube channel. Follow the Podcast on Instagram Follow the Paul on Instagram Follow Alex on Instagram Mystic Lasagna is a Member of the Missing Sock network. For other great shows like this one, check out https://www.missingsocknetwork.com/ or search Missing Sock in your favorite pod catcher. Also we have Merch!! Follow the network on Instagram. Lasagnaste´
Join Mark and Allen (and Ron Swanson of course) for a special (and likely to be our final) Thanksgiving message recorded at the LFP Worldwide Headquarters just for you! Yes, we are talking to you! Who else would it be?From all of us here at the Live from Pawnee studio and the LFP Worldwide Headquarters, we wish all of you, our viewers, and yours a Happy and Safe Thanksgiving!We are Thankful for YOU!--Mark and Allen (and Constantine)...(and Harvey)...(and Ron)
In this overstuffed episode of B Movies and Beyond, Peter and Ryan discuss the big news from Netflix's Geek Week 2023. Plus, the new trailers for Madame Web, Merry Little Batman, Inside Out 2, and The Garfield Movie with of course Chris Pratt. The news of the end of the actors strike, Fantastic Four casting, and Avengers Kang Dynasty has a new director. Movies reviewed are The Marvels (2023) and Five Nights at Freddy's (2023). Enjoy!
The Legend of Zelda movie has officially been announced and we're here to give all our thoughts about it! We talk about our hopes and expectations, what game they should adapt, and our own fan castings (including Tom Holland as Link)... We also talk about Jackson's new EP, Chris Pratt playing Garfield, Loki Season 2, Frozen 3, and more! ❯ Follow Us on the Internet: https://linktr.ee/thenerdiestpodcast ❯ Check Out Loor.tv to start the future of streaming! https://www.loor.tv/i/nerdpod ❯ Merch: https://thenerdiestpodcast.com ❯ Listen to the Nerdiest Aftershow on Spotify! https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/thenerdiestpodcast/subscribe ❯ Patreon: https://patreon.com/thenerdiestpodcast ❯ Twitter: The Nerdiest Podcast - https://twitter.com/NerdiestPod Nic - https://twitter.com/NerdiestNic Jackson - https://twitter.com/GlasStudios ❯ Instagram: The Nerdiest Podcast - https://www.instagram.com/thenerdiestpodcast/ Nic - https://www.instagram.com/nic._.barrett/ Jackson - https://www.instagram.com/theglasstudios_/
This week on the show: Brian and Kelly discuss movies from our childhood vs movies for our kids, Hollywood's obsession with Chris Pratt, and we keep it topical by diving into some Thanksgiving themed Am I The Asshole Reddit posts. They are absolutely wild! Follow us on social media and don't forget to check out our YouTube channel. Please rate, review, and subscribe. It helps us a lot. We love you and, as always, thank u for being a Friend!
A bushel of trailers, too much information about many topics, and Kirsten James reviews the Gen V timeline by yelling, ”People, stop doing making separate things of things! I just wanna watch the one thing!” Bud's Weekly Geek-out 11:07 – NASA+ Coming Soon 14:38 – Ghostbusters: Frozen Empire (in theatres March 29) (Zoner Ewan, Zoner Mary) 21:18 – What If…? (Disney+ series, S2, DAILY releases from December 22) 24:32 – Madame Web (in theatres February 14, 2024) 33:04 – Avatar: The Last Airbender (Netflix live-action series, February 22) 36:14 – Masters of the Universe: Revolution (Netflix animated series, January 25) 37:50 – Mean Girls (in theatres January 12) 39:48 – Inside Out 2 (Pixar CG film, in theatres June 14) (Zoner Mary) 43:41 – Reacher (season 2, Prime series, December 15) (Zoner Mary) 44:49 – Monarch: Legacy of Monsters (Apple TV+ series, November 17, continues to look meh) 48:00 – Pokémon Concierge (Netflix stop-motion animated series, December 28) 49:29 – Scott Pilgrim Takes Off (final trailer, Netflix animated series, drops FRIDAY, final trailer) 50:24 – Exploding Kittens (Netflix animated series, coming soon, based off the card game, creator of The Oatmeal) 54:24 – The Garfield Movie (CG film, in theatres May 24, oh fuck it's Chris Pratt, also Samuel L. Jackson's in it) (Zoner Mary) 57:40 – Candy Cane Lane (Prime Video Christmas movie, December 1) (Zoner Mary) Geek News Proper 58:32 – SAG-AFTRA approves deal to end actors' strike (still needs ratification) 59:50 – Legend of Zelda live-action film in development from Nintendo and Maze Runner director Wes Ball 1:05:57 – Taika Waititi says he won't be involved in Thor 5 anytime soon 1:06:55 – Marvel Studios' woes are overstated 1:07:16 – Jeremy Allen White recalls failed meeting for a Marvel-y movie (”They were like, ‘F**k you.' And I was like, ‘Right on.”') 1:09:17 – Coyote Vs. Acme shelved related: Congressman slams Warner Bros., calls for federal investigation 1:12:59 – Anonymous Chatroulette-like website Omegle shuts down after 14 years RUMOURS and HEARSEY 1:14:37 – Pedro Pascal REPORTEDLY no longer returning to The Mandalorian for season 4 (physically; he'll still V/O) (source: the Bespin Bulletin) 1:16:27 – Destin Daniel Cretton departs as director on Avengers: The Kang Dynasty (but he'll stay for his other MCU projects) Reviews and Recommendayshes 1:17:50 – Gen V, season 1 (Bud & Bryan) 1:20:51 – Behind the Attraction season 2 (Kirsten) 1:22:38 – Jurassic Park in Concert (Pol) 1:24:57 – Pluto (Bud) 1:28:52 – A Haunting In Venice (Kirsten) 1:32:11 – 91-Second Movie Review: The Marvels (find more at TheZone.fm/movies/) *SPOILERS* 1:54:45 – Loki S02E06 – Glorious Purpose1:57:24 – Loki *SPOILERS* start 2:15:14 – Loki *SPOILERS* end Join The Geek-out Podcast's Facebook page (where we'll release new episodes, and where you can talk with us) and Facebook group (where fans of the podcast can gather and talk geeky stuff)! Questions? Comments? Corrections? Suggestions? e-mail geekout@TheZone.fm Subscribe to The Zone's Geek-out Podcast on Apple Podcasts. Or, copypasta this link to subscribe using your podcatcher of choice: https://omny.fm/shows/the-geek-out-podcast/playlists/podcast.rss And, get more Zone podcasty goodness at TheZone.fm/podcast
As we promised, the show has returned to its classic format where we rant about toys and random craziness like how fed up we are with Chris Pratt being everywhere and despite our best efforts, Josh showed us even more Muppets insanity. Fun times for everyone!
This week Mark and Allen break down the Episode where we learn Ben's spirit animal is a baby snow owl! With flu season in full swing, Leslie is desperate not to get sick, has quarantined an infected Jerry, and warns Andy to take plenty of vitamins. Leslie is ecstatic when Andy announces he has secured Chipp McCapp (a 17-year-old country singer who Pawnee loves) as headliner for the Unity Concert. However, when Chipp later backs out, Leslie and Andy decide to go to his studio in Indianapolis to change his mind. Just before they leave, Leslie yarfs in the trash can, blaming Jerry for giving her the flu. While en route to Indianapolis, Leslie visits a pharmacy to pick up some flu medicine, but when the pharmacist doesn't see any tell-tale signs of the flu and suggests it might be something else, Leslie's eyes wander over to the pregnancy tests. Prior to meeting Chipp, Leslie takes the test, and (unsuccessfully) tries to call Ben. When they meet with Chipp, it becomes clear he is a selfish brat with no boundaries or respect for others, and after insulting Pawnee, Leslie is tempted to tell him off. Meanwhile, interested in hiring a wine expert for his new restaurant, Tom's Bistro, Tom plans a trip with Donna and April to go to a local vineyard, where a number of sommeliers will be competing for their certification. Although not invited by Tom, Craig, Ron, and Ben also come along to Tom's irritation. At the winery, Tom zeros in on his best prospect, Mr. Xander Trufant. While there, Craig and April also register to be part of the competition, but for different reasons ... Craig is a surprisingly knowledgeable (but hot-headed) wine connoisseur, whereas April just wants to mess with the judges. Finally, while at the vineyard, Ben (who earlier had received a check in the mail) gets a call from his father explaining the check, saying he sold the family lake house without telling anyone, and the check represents Ben's share of the profits. Ben feels upset and disrespected, and attempts to vent to Ron. Ron is not a big fan of this, and quickly gets hold of some alcohol so Ben will have something to do with his mouth besides talk to him. The two head out into the vineyard fields with several bottles of blueberry wine, leading to Ben quickly becoming a rambling, inebriated mess. During this time, Ben receives a call from Leslie (see the A-Story above), but before anything of value is communicated, Ben drops his phone in a muddy puddle, ending the call and making his phone go dead. Worried about Leslie, not wanting to wait around for Tom, and not really thinking straight, Ben decides to walk home so he can get to Leslie ASAP, and Ron decides to walk with him. As always, we tackle the tough questions, such as ... Does Leslie end up telling off Chipp McCapp? Who will receive their sommelier certification? How many bottles of blueberry wine will Ben drink? Who can Leslie and Andy find as a replacement headliner? Can April get through the event without security getting involved? Can Ben get over his anger at his father selling the family lake house? What did Leslie find out from her pregnancy test? Who will Tom get to come work for him at Tom's Bistro? Who do Ben and Ron meet on their journey home? Loyal viewers, episode sequels are rare, but not unheard of. Can this episode stand up to the high marks set by the original? Stay tuned to find out! Many thanks to our amazing sponsor, "Chez Chez La Rue".
The Game awards nominees have been announced, and boy are there some major snubs. Nintendo had its indieworld showcase, Rocksteady shows off more of Suicide Squad Kill the Justice League, Valve announces the Steam Deck OLED. Meanwhile as Hollywood gets back to work, Marvel Studios delays, WB cancels, and Netflix keeps chugging along. Plus a review of The Marvels, and my top 10 Disney Channel Original Movies.
Wherein we discuss all the new and upcoming movies that Higgins hates, Nintendo's Legend of Zelda live-action movie, the inevitability of Chris Pratt, and a whole lot of Star Trek: The Next Generation. Starring Ryan Scott and Ryan Higgins.
The pair you are about to hear are not professionals. Their opinions and beliefs are not fact. They are just two idiots that are Spitting Nonsense. Hi, We are Jasmine and Zach here to present you with some nerdy news! We upload our news podcast on Wednesdays and our bonus episode on Saturdays! Support us by following us on Discord at: discord.gg/yjxsKww Give us feedback and let us know how you feel in our #questions-and-suggestions channel on the Discord listed above. --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/spittingnonsense/message
In the eagerly-awaited animated film, The Garfield Movie, Chris Pratt takes on the iconic role of the lasagna-loving, Monday-hating cat, Garfield. The recently-released trailer provides the first look at Pratt's portrayal, joined by the voices of Samuel L. Jackson as Garfield's father, Vic, and Nicholas Hoult as Jon, Garfield's frustrated owner. Directed by Mark Dindal, known for animated classics such as The Emperor's New Groove, the movie is set to revive the beloved character for a new generation. Scheduled to release on May 24, 2024, the film marks Garfield's return to the big screen after nearly two decades, in a unique blend of animation and live-action. With a star-studded cast and a fresh take on the classic cat's adventures, The Garfield Movie promises to captivate audiences with its humour and charm.
Whatcha 270 - Episode 270: Your hosts are excited to recap what they've been enjoying, reading, listening to, but most of all what they've been WATCHING on this WHATCHA! So get ready to celebrate another milestone episode by hearing about some Normie Pop Culture and tune in for a very special episode of Normies Like Us. Thank you so much for listening, Normies! @NormiesLikeUs https://www.instagram.com/normieslikeus/ @jacob https://www.instagram.com/jacob/ @JoeHasInsta https://www.instagram.com/joehasinsta/ @MikeHasInsta https://www.instagram.com/mikehasinsta/ https://letterboxd.com/BabblingBrooksy/ https://letterboxd.com/hobbes72/ https://letterboxd.com/mikejromans/
This week Zach and Hunter do Her! The BIIG boys have been looking forward to tag-teaming Her all month, and now they finally get the chance to take turns--Hunter, what on earth is wrong with you? This is a serious movie--Oh, sorry. This week, we are continuing Joaquin Phoenix month with Her! This Spike Jonze film (and his solo screenwriting debut) stars Joaquin Phoenix, Amy Adams, Rooney Mara, Olivia Wilde, Scarlett Johansson, and Chris Pratt. The film brings us into the life of Theodore Twombly, a man going through a divorce who falls in love with an AI personal assistant. This is a highly emotional film, and one of our favorites... But Is Her Good?If you'd like to suggest a film or film franchise, or if you'd just like to say hello, you can reach us at firstname.lastname@example.org, @biigpodcast on Twitter, or @butisitgoodpodcast on Instagram, TikTok, and YouTube! Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
The Nintendo Entertainment Podcast is here with an all-new episode where they wage war against Chris Pratt! Oh, and they talk the news as well. But first, the team discusses their gaming exploits! Todd talks about Star Ocean The Second Story and what he's enjoyed about the title! And yes, it's better than Starfield. As for Will, he's only been lightly touching on certain games, including some more RNG titles and Fall Guys! As for Scott, he's been doing Genshin Impact and Alan Wake 2! Then, in the news, the team break down the latest financial data about the Nintendo Switch and its games! Additionally, the next Splatfest has been announced for next weekend, the Legend of Zelda is getting a live-action movie, there are even MORE Switch successor rumors, Phil Spencer is STILL losing is, and more! Finally, in the main event, the crew talk about what they would want from The Legend of Zelda movie to make it "stick the landing." Or is it impossible because of the live-action setting? Find out here! So sit back, relax, and enjoy the Nintendo Entertainment Podcast!
The Atlanta Falcons need to avoid turnovers and improve their two-minute offense as their keys to victory against the Arizona Cardinals in Week 10. Host Aaron Freeman breaks down why these teams are more evenly matched than their records indicate and how a critical turnover could easy decide this game's outcome. He also discusses how the Falcons can jumpstart their offense with no-huddle going into halftime if need be. Later, he discusses why Bijan Robinson's usage is not the biggest issue facing the Falcons. Aaron explains why the quarterback change is far more controversial. And then he expresses his adoration for Jennifer Lawrence and disdain for Chris Pratt as an analogy for why resenting former Falcons players and coaches is pointless. Part of the @LockedOnATL Follow & Subscribe on all Podcast platforms…
Steve & Izzy continue DINOvember, a month-long celebration of dinosaur movies, as they are joined by Manny & Goyo of the Nerds & Slurred Words Podcast to discuss 2022's "Jurassic World Dominion" starring Chris Pratt, Bryce Dallas Howard, Sam Neill, Laura Dern, Jeff Goldblum & more!!! Is there such a thing as a personable billionaire? What are the joys of home ownership? Why are we no longer associated with the Local Artisan Collective? Want to hear stories of Izzy's childhood trauma snatched for this movie? Where is my Dino Hitler? Only 37 deaths per year from dinosaurs roaming the Earth? Really?!? Let's find out!!! So kick back, grab a few brews, clever girl, and enjoy!!! This episode is proudly sponsored by Untidy Venus, your one-stop shop for incredible art & gift ideas at UntidyVenus.Etsy.com and be sure to follow her on Twitter, Facebook, Instagram & Patreon at @UntidyVenus for all of her awesomeness!!! Try it today!!! Twitter - www.twitter.com/eilfmovies Facebook - www.facebook.com/eilfmovies Etsy - www.untidyvenus.etsy.com TeePublic - www.teepublic.com/user/untidyvenus Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
We talk about the Haunted Mansion's product placement, Werner Herzog's memoir, and pitch the movie prequel to how Chris Pratt ended up crawling through people's tv's collecting eyes. These are the deleted scenes for episode 452 of the Life's a Pitch podcast. If a lack of context is giving you chills, then perhaps consider listening to the main episode. Or don't, do what you want, we're not here to resolve your unfinished business so you can pass beyond the veil.
We discuss all the hottest topics from the week!R.I.P. Matthew PerryWeekend Box OfficeDarren Aronofsky Shot an 18K Movie for the Vegas SphereJohn Carpenter Just Wants to Watch Basketball‘Daredevil' Got Direction!New Director for ‘Thor 5'Russo Jab at ScorseseNo Intermissions for KOTFM!Tried to BaumBACK Out?‘Mission: Impossible' Retitle‘The Black Phone' Sequel in DevelopmentFirst Look at Rachel Zegler as Snow WhiteFirst Look at Chris Pratt's Garfield‘Thanksgiving' Trailer‘Good Burger 2 TrailerTwo ‘Loki' Episodes Left‘Gen V' Finale This WeekJoin the conversation on Twitter: @MACandGUpodcast
We wrap up Spooky Season activities by wrapping up our coverage of 2016's Ghostbusters: Answer The Call! Special guest and Ghostbusters-superfan Matt (AKA Toaster) walks us through the lengthy development hell that got us from Ghostbusters II to now, Jack presents his fix for this film, we get sad about celebrity deaths that had particularly large impacts on us, and we have a thorough discussion about the state of franchise filmmaking and whether nostalgic legacy sequels can actually work as good narratives. Buckle up to learn more than you could have expected! For more information about the Unofficial Willem Dafoe Bad Art Short Film Festival, visit derazzled.com/festival. To submit a film, email it to email@example.com and put "Willem Dafoe" in the subject line. Stuff Mentioned in This Episode: Kristen Wiig, Melissa McCarthy, Leslie Jones, Kate McKinnon, Chris Hemsworth, Dan Aykroyd, Harold Ramis, Bill Murray, Ernie Hudson, Sigourney Weaver, Annie Potts, Rick Moranis, Groundhog Day, Ivan Reitman, Ghostbusters: Hellbent, Ghostbusters: The Videogame, Ben Stiller, Chris Farley, Will Smith, Chris Pratt, Emma Stone, Ann Faris, Anne Hathaway, The Black Fire House Podcast, Arm The Animals, Razor's Edge, Some More News, Lex Luthor, Donald Trump, Back to the Future 2, Robert Zemeckis, Alien, IDW, Route 88, Extreme Ghostbusters, Lorenzo Music, Stan Lee, Amy Pascal, Michael Linton, MCU, Spider-Man, Channing Tatum, Phil Lord, Christopher Miller, Black Cat, Gwen Stacy, Dane deHaan, The Interview, Cecily Strong, William Atherton, Bugs Bunny, Mickey Mouse, Who Framed Roger Rabbit?, David Bowie, Robin Williams, Phillip Seymour Hoffman, Sandra Bullock, Keke Palmer, NOPE, Scream Queens, The Love Guru, Bill Pullman, Casper the Friendly Ghost, The Blindside, Andy Garcia, The Matrix Resurrections, Jonathan Groff, Keanu Reaves, Star Wars, Tron, J. J. Abrams, Oscar Wars, Ike Perlmutter, New Hollywood, Finn Wolfhard --- Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/derazzled/support
(airdate: 10.27.23) O.J. Simpson is making some who cares news this week, on a YouTube show he both credited and objectified Taylor Swift in the same sentence...stay creepy Juice. Taylor has yet to meet Trav's bro Jason, who apparently was in on the whole thing from the start, urging Travis on. Chris Pratt says we need to be able to toss our kid's trophies after a while. And celebs say they've had sex...with a ghost. And @HalleBerry Listen to the daily Van Camp and Morgan radio show at: AltBossGold.com 92.5TheBlock TRIK FM RockPartyRadio RiverRatRadio The Mix614 Sunny105 Souldies.com KTahoe.com RetroFM 941now.com ZFunHundred Tucka56Radio.com AmericaOneRadio.com TheMix96.com 100az.live Audacy Lite99Orlando.com PlayFMOnline.com Free99EastTexasRadio FrontierCountryOnline.com Hits247fm.com BossBossRadio.com Hot977FM.com CountryBarnyardRadio.com B98KC.com That70sChannel.com iHeartMedia Boss90sNow.com CoolJamzRadio GenerationsX.com MagicRadio.rebelmediagroup.us BossCountryRadio.com Retro80sRadio24/7 NCMCountry OasisRadio Z89.3 StarHit1FM 925The Block 247TheSound.com WMQL War Zone Radio WRSR The Rooster DCXRocks FusionRadio Mix96.1 106.5TrisJamz BigRadio.online 389country.com Power104 find us at: VanCampAndMorgan.com
Rebecca Romijn has yet to react to her ex-husband John Stamos' memoir bombshells — but her husband, Jerry O'Connell, is speaking out. Chris Pratt has posed a valid question to fellow parents: Is it wrong to toss out children's childhood trophies? Taylor Swift's game-day attendance is giving Travis Kelce the statistics of his wildest dreams. Rob is joined by the charming Marc Lupo. Don't forget to vote in today's poll on Twitter at @naughtynicerob or in our Facebook group.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Today on The Social, a restaurant in Georgia is fining people for 'bad parenting'. And, employees are reinventing the sick day. Then, the NHL rescinds the ban on Pride stick tape. Plus, one man wrote to an advice columnist after his wife says they can only have sex on the weekends. And, Chris Pratt wonders if it's wrong to throw out your kid's trophies?
This week Mark and Allen break down the Episode where we first hear a reference to Gryzzle! With the Pawnee-Eagleton merger forcing many cuts, including Pawnee Central High's prom, the Parks Department decides to throw prom for them, obviously on a very limited budget. Leslie meets with the prom committee, including Tom, Ben, Donna, and several high school students, with Leslie particularly impressed with a young lady named Allison Gliffert, who has many impressive Knope-like qualities (and binders). She reminds Leslie of herself, and the two get along great ... in fact, Leslie plans to offer Allison a summer internship with the Parks Department. When Ron finds out about this, we learn that Ron ALSO knows Allison and thinks a lot of her, bristles at the thought of Allison working for the government for free, and coaxes her to instead take a paying job working for his friend at the sawmill. Their clashing ideologies lead Leslie and Ron to butt heads as they try to win Allison over. This persists through both the pre-prom setup and the prom, getting more intense as time goes by, until Allison freaks out and runs away. Meanwhile, during the prom planning, Leslie assigns music to Ben and Tom. As expected, the two have very different tastes, styles, and schools of thought regarding music selection. Not only that, but Tom clearly looks at Ben with disdain, seeing him as an embarassing, out-of-touch old man. At the prom, Tom takes over and plays what he feels are cool, popular "bangers", convinced that everyone will love it. However, he is eventually told by students that they aren't really into his music choices. Tom takes this hard, concerned that he no longer knows what's cool. Finally, excited about the upcoming prom at Pawnee Central High, Andy happily asks April to go with him to prom. Due to her overt hatred for dancing, young people, fun (and apparently punch), April is NOT pleased about this ... but she loves Andy, he finally wins her over, and she reluctantly agrees to go. However, in typical April style, she dresses in all black, remains snarky, and seems to put very little effort into enjoying herself at the prom. She sees Andy cheerful, happy, getting along with everyone, and having a great time ... while she just wants to go home. This all makes her wonder ... how can she love him when she hates everything he loves? As always, we tackle the tough questions, such as ... As Leslie and Ron clash, can one of their ideologies prevail? Can Ben and Tom ever agree on what to play? Will April stay at the prom? What is the "Leslie Knope 10-Point Insanity Scale"? Is there anything Ben can do to make Tom feel better? Is there anyone that can give April some comfort and advice? Who is ... DJ Robo Drop? Who will the prom king and queen be? Is there a special surprise waiting for Leslie at the end of the episode? Loyal podcast viewers, Mark and Allen have seen some of their largest score differentials here in Season 6. Will this episode continue the trend? Stay tuned to find out! Many thanks to our wonderful sponsor, "Pawnee ... What If?".
For over a decade, Josh Horowitz has been foisting the MTV mic flag into movie stars' faces, asking questions sacred and profane, substantive and sometimes just plain silly. On this week's star-studded episode, Josh regales us with his MTV News origin story, plus hilarious tales about hanging out with Meryl Streep, dishing with Leonardo DiCaprio, vacationing with Jason Bateman, rubbing knees with John Travolta, yelling at Chris Pratt, and much, much more.
This week Mark and Allen break down the Episode featuring another return to that great female-themed celebration started by Leslie Knope, Galentine's Day! After two months without Ann, Leslie is really missing her, which gets exacerbated when Ann leaves a voicemail to say she can't make their weekly chat session. Trying to do something constructive, Leslie organizes an impromptu Galentine's Day and invites Donna, April, Shauna Malwae-Tweep, Ethel Beavers and Evelyn (a.k.a. "Fake Ann"), with an ulterior motive of testing them to see who would be the best candidate for her new (local) best friend. During the brunch, Leslie asks the ladies several questions to figure out each of their qualities. Unfortunately, her plan backfires when the women find out she is ranking them, and everyone angrily leaves ... except Shauna Malwae-Tweep. Meanwhile, Ben is looking to rent a tent for the Unity Concert, and recruits Tom and Jerry to accompany him to Tent World to finalize a deal. Upon meeting with Harvey, the owner and CEO of Tent World, it becomes clear that Harvey is a no-good-nick, and Ben is not receiving a fair deal for the tents he originally asked for. Standing firm, he turns down Harvey's deal, and decides to take his business elsewhere. Unfortunately, this leads to Ben's next realization ... every tent store in Pawnee is owned by Harvey. He has a Tent Monopoly. He has a Tent-opoly. Finally, tired of the constant noise in his life (whether from children or co-workers), Ron volunteers to do the park survey for the Unity Concert himself, looking forward to spending the day outside and alone. Unfortunately, Leslie assigns Andy to help Ron. This puts a kink in Ron's plans, as Andy's childishness greatly annoys Ron, who just wants to do his work in peace and quiet. Things come to a head when Andy knocks his tooth out and requires Ron to drive him to a dentist. Ron tries to leave, but it becomes clear Andy is lost with the paperwork, so he stays. After a while, though, Andy grows antsy, and asks Ron if they can just leave. As always, we tackle the tough questions, such as ... Will Shauna be Leslie's new best friend by default? Does someone come up with a secret weapon to use against Harvey? Does Andy end up leaving the dentist? Can Donna and April forgive Leslie for pitting them against each other? Can the guys actually get a tent for the Unity Concert? Can Ron ever take a break from parenting those around him? Why did Ann have to postpone their weekly chat session? Will Ben ever admit in public that he actually likes Jerry? Will Andy ever get his tooth fixed? Loyal viewers, it's a rare thing for an episode to share the exact title as an episode the aired earlier in the series. Can it live up to the name? Stay tuned to find out! Many thanks to our amazing sponsor, "C.T. Tavis Medical Center".
This week Mark and Allen break down the Episode where we are introduced to Peebo the Ping-Pong Playing Panda! Ben unveils the new city website for Pawnee, featuring an online poll for the new town slogan. Just after this happens, Leslie meets with Grant Larson, Director of the Midwest Branch of the National Parks Service, to further discuss the details of the job offer he made in the last episode. Grant tells Leslie her new role will include overseeing 200 people and be mainly focused on creative, big picture stuff ... and as a result, will no longer involve the everyday minutiae, which she currently does, and loves very much. A bit later, Ben is ready to go live with the slogan poll, and comments the website will do all the work for them. Perhaps drawing a parallel between what Grant told her, and the website, Leslie reacts to this by insisting that they still need to manually do stuff, such as door-to-door promotion, handing out flyers, canvassing, and even holding a press junket. A bit later, the aforementioned press junket starts, with Leslie meeting with notable town icons such as Perd Hapley, Joan Callamezzo and Crazy Ira and The Douche to try and get them to promote the slogan poll. Unfortunately, Crazy Ira and The Douche get their listeners to bombard the poll with votes for "Pawnee: Welcome To Douche Nation". Upon finding this out, Leslie takes it upon herself to go on their radio program in an attempt to get their listeners to vote for a less-douchy-and-more-elegant slogan. Meanwhile, Tom is trying to find the perfect (and affordable) place for his restaurant venture, Tom's Bistro, and calls upon Donna and Regal Meagle Realty to help, with April tagging along to give her opinions on the available properties. For the next two days, Donna, April, and Tom visit a variety of places, but all of them seem to have inherent flaws (e.g. too expensive, too far from City Hall, too small). At the end of the 2nd day, Tom is at his wits end, and laments that ... maybe Tom's Bistro wasn't meant to be ... and plans to inform his investor that he can't find a suitable property. Finally, Andy has been driving all over Indiana looking for bands to play the unity concert, but has been largely unsuccessful. When he asks Craig for any advice, Craig mentions a couple of locations in Eagleton that do pretty well, including Cozy's Bar. Willing to try anything, Andy goes to Cozy's to check it out. There he finds a throng of excited middle-aged women waiting for ... the one ... the only ... Mr. Duke Silver. Noticing how much Duke resembles Ron, Andy goes into Ron's office the next day to tell him about his visit to Cozy's. Seeing now way out of it, Ron admits he is Duke Silver, but insists Andy keep it a secret. Andy, however, is too excited at this news, and insists on booking Ron/Duke Silver to play at the Unity Concert. As always, we tackle the tough questions, such as ... How will Leslie do on-air with Crazy Ira and The Douche? Can Donna find a suitable property for Tom? Will Andy really book Duke Silver to play at the Unity Concert? Will Leslie ever be capable of delegating work to others? Does April ever provide positive feedback? Will Duke Silver actually PLAY at the Unity Concert? What will be Pawnee's new town slogan? Will Tom's Bistro ever become a viable up-and-coming business, or will it go the way of Entertainment 720? Does Ron do anything to keep his alter ego, Duke Silver, a secret? Loyal podcast viewers, last episode witnessed the largest scoring gap Mark and Allen have ever had. Will this week be better? Tune in to find out! Many thanks to our wonderful sponsor, "Cozy's Bar".
A deep dive and reminiscence of the 2014 Marvel Cinematic Universe Film GUARDIANS OF THE GALAXY, Written and Directed by James Gunn and starring Chris Pratt, Zoe Saldana, Vin Diesel, Bradley Cooper, Dave Bautista, Lee Pace, Michael Rooker, Karen Gillan and Benicio Del Toro. ***Spoilers*** ***Warning - some mild expletives***
In today's episode, we are joined once again by Steven Ray Morris, host of See Jurassic Right for the second episode in a three part series!FOLLOW STEVENhttps://www.instagram.com/stevenraymorris/https://twitter.com/stevenraymorrishttps://twitter.com/sjrpodhttps://www.instagram.com/seejurassicright/https://www.facebook.com/seejurassicright/ ~LINKS | FOLLOW US~Website: https://www.jurassicparkpodcast.com/YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/@JurassicParkPodcastThreads: https://www.threads.net/@jurassicparkpodcastTwitter: https://twitter.com/jurassicparkpodInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/jurassicparkpodcast/Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/jurassicparkpodcastiTunes: https://apple.co/2VAITXfSpotify: https://spoti.fi/2Gfl41T~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~Don't forget to give our voicemail line a call at 732-825-7763!Share this post and comment below! Enjoy.~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~Catch us on YouTube with Wednesday night LIVE STREAMS, Toy Hunts, Toy Unboxing and Reviews, Theme Park trips, Jurassic Discussion, Analysis and so much more.Your weekly podcast source for all things Jurassic Park, The Lost World, Jurassic Park 3, Jurassic World, Fallen Kingdom, Battle At Big Rock, Jurassic World Dominion, Jurassic World Live Tour, Camp Cretaceous and more! The Jurassic Park Podcast covers the films, the video games, live shows, theme park lands and rides, television shows, Mattel, LEGO, Michael Crichton, Steven Spielberg, Colin Trevorrow, Michael Giacchino, John Williams, Don Davis, Chris Pratt, Bryce Dallas Howard, Jeff Goldblum, Sam Neill, Laura Dern and everything else surrounding the Jurassic franchise.
This week Mark and Allen break down the Episode where we are first introduced to the 3rd floor at City Hall! Leslie hopes the Unity Concert will prove the Pawnee-Eagleton merger was a success, but plans a couple more things to ensure success. First, she books a meeting with Grant Larson, Director of the Midwest Branch of the National Parks Service, to ask about declaring "Eagleton Hills" a national park for the Unity Concert grand finale. Second, at the park that borders Pawnee and Eagleton, Leslie decides to knock down the graffiti-filled wooden fence dividing the two towns during a press conference where she will announce the Unity Concert. Things are going well at the press conference, and Leslie has two Eagletonians do the honors of delivering the symbolic "first strike" on the wooden fence. Unfortunately, there is a BEEHIVE directly behind the spot they hit, causing hundreds of bees to scatter and sting those attending the press conference. When it turns out the majority of those stung were Eagletonians, the media assumes Leslie set it all up as a prank, which furthers the divide between the two towns. Meanwhile, Tom and Ben hold a Unity Concert sponsorship seminar to entice local businesses to pledge their support. Tom's does a good job with his pitch, reeling in 16 sponsorship offers, including one from Mitch Savner, owner of Savner Bleaches and Chemicals. Mitch tells Tom he likes to invest in good ideas, and he was so impressed by Tom's presentation, he believes Tom is an "idea" man, and offers Tom the opportunity to pitch his best idea to him the next day. Tom's only fleshed-out idea, and the one he's most passionate about, is a restaurant venture, but Ben reminds him just how risky restaurants can be. Tom reluctantly asks Ben for help, knowing that even though he may not come up with something sexy, Ben can likely produce a solid business idea. Finally, unbeknownst to Leslie and the gang, Diane already had Ron's baby. Indeed, this only comes to light when Ron brings his newborn son, John, into work with him. However, Ron quickly grows tired of his co-workers constantly hovering and fussing over John, as it denies him the peace and quiet he so desperately wants. In an attempt to get away from the gang, he takes John up to seemingly-deserted 3rd floor of City Hall, where he happily stumbles upon the combo of a faulty radiator, and a tool box. Happily fixing the radiator, Ron and his son attract the attention of the construction crew getting ready to start work on the 3rd floor, who warn them that they are about to make a lot of very loud noise. As always, we tackle the tough questions, such as ... How does Leslie combat the media saying the bees were an elaborate prank? Can Ben come up with a solid business idea for Tom? Does the construction crew drive Ron and his son away? Will Leslie do anything to make the stinging victims feel better? Will Tom pass out from sheer boredom? Can Ron continue to elude everyone making a fuss over the baby? Whatever happened to Leslie's meeting with Grant Larson? What does Tom ultimately pitch to Mitch Savner? What else will Ron find in this paradise called "the 3rd floor"? Loyal viewers, how does this episode stack up against the rest? Tune in to find out! Many thanks to our incredible sponsor, "Perkins Day Care".
WE'RE BACK! In today's episode, we are joined once again by Steven Ray Morris, host of See Jurassic Right for the first episode in a three part series! FOLLOW STEVENhttps://www.instagram.com/stevenraymorris/ https://twitter.com/stevenraymorris https://twitter.com/sjrpod https://www.instagram.com/seejurassicright/ https://www.facebook.com/seejurassicright/ ~LINKS | FOLLOW US~Website: https://www.jurassicparkpodcast.com/YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/@JurassicParkPodcastThreads: https://www.threads.net/@jurassicparkpodcastTwitter: https://twitter.com/jurassicparkpodInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/jurassicparkpodcast/Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/jurassicparkpodcastiTunes: https://apple.co/2VAITXfSpotify: https://spoti.fi/2Gfl41T~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~Don't forget to give our voicemail line a call at 732-825-7763!Share this post and comment below! Enjoy.~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~Catch us on YouTube with Wednesday night LIVE STREAMS, Toy Hunts, Toy Unboxing and Reviews, Theme Park trips, Jurassic Discussion, Analysis and so much more.Your weekly podcast source for all things Jurassic Park, The Lost World, Jurassic Park 3, Jurassic World, Fallen Kingdom, Battle At Big Rock, Jurassic World Dominion, Jurassic World Live Tour, Camp Cretaceous and more! The Jurassic Park Podcast covers the films, the video games, live shows, theme park lands and rides, television shows, Mattel, LEGO, Michael Crichton, Steven Spielberg, Colin Trevorrow, Michael Giacchino, John Williams, Don Davis, Chris Pratt, Bryce Dallas Howard, Jeff Goldblum, Sam Neill, Laura Dern and everything else surrounding the Jurassic franchise.
This week's movie review episode focuses on "The Lego Moviee" (2014, Warner Bros Pictures) starring Chris Pratt, Will Ferrell, Elizabeth Banks, Morgan Freeman, and Will Arnett. A surprisingly profound movie about creativity, control, empathy, and the recognition of a bigger picture.
In a celebrity-filled episode, Juliet and Jacoby discuss Taylor Swift's appearance at the Chiefs game, follow up on Lana Del Rey's Waffle House work, and break down how much water Chris Pratt actually drinks. For this week's Taste Test, they try a flight of flavored water enhancers. Finally, they close the show by sharing their Personal Food News and reacting to a listener-submitted voicemail. Do you have Personal Food News? We want to hear from you! Leave us a voicemail at 646-783-9138, or email ListenerFoodNews@Gmail.com for a chance to have your news shared on the show. Hosts: Juliet Litman and David Jacoby Producers: Mike Wargon and Ronak Nair Musical Elements: Devon Renaldo Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Even though an aggressive form of leukemia took his life at age 6, Declan Reagan's story is about living with cancer, not dying from it. In this ENCORE EDITION of Bloodworks 101, his mom, Lauren describes Declan's penchant for pushing limits and breaking rules, and her determination to find a way for him to see the new Jurassic World movie that was set to debut 6 months after he was given just 2 weeks to live. On their side in this impossible quest? A mom on a mission, hope, and Chris Pratt. Contributor Bill Harper says you've never heard a story like this before.
This week Mark and Allen break down the Episode where we first hear about the Unity Concert AND we first see Jim O'Heir and Retta in the show's opening credits! With both Pawnee and Eagleton citizens still not happy about the towns merging a few months ago, Leslie goes on Wamapoke County Public Radio to convince people the merger was both a good idea and a success. After several callers criticized the merger, Leslie determines the merger needs a win, something symbolic and happy for people to focus on. Later, while looking at a local newspaper, Leslie notices a couple from a Pawnee-Eagleton marriage celebrating their 50th wedding anniversary. She whips up a plan to use this couple as a symbol that Pawnee and Eagleton can come together and unite, including interviewing them on Pawnee Today. Unfortunately, it becomes clear this is not exactly a loving couple ... in fact, they both despise the other. Meanwhile, Ben plans a big day of celebration with Leslie to commemorate their one-year anniversary, but to surprise her, and to ensure she makes that "dopey surprised face" he always seems to make when she gives HIM gifts ... he decides to do it the day BEFORE their actual anniversary date. Ben enlists the help of Jerry, who has the most successful marriage of the entire gang, to help him orchestrate things. Unfortunately, with Leslie concentrating on all this crazy merger stuff, Ben and Jerry are unable to lure Leslie to the secret events they have set up, and Ben is unsure what to do. Finally, Ron goes to the Pawnee Animal Shelter to adopt a dog for Zoe and Ivy. Passionate about animals, and Director of Animal Control, April helps him out, but is frustrated and annoyed to learn that, once again, Donna has left work without any advance notice. Unsure how to approach disciplining Donna, April talks to Ron, and then finally decides to submit an anonymous bad review via Yelp that chastises Donna for being absent ... Something which Donna is rather unhappy about. As always, we tackle the tough questions, such as ... Does the Pawnee Today interview with Joan Callamezzo go smoothly? Did Jerry screw up any of Ben's plans? How does Donna react to the bad Yelp review? Will the DeMarcos be the symbol of Pawnee/Eagleton unity Leslie is looking for? What gift did Ben ultimately give Leslie? What gift did Leslie ultimately get for Ben? Will April and Donna resolve their differences? Will Derry Murbles murder his new co-host? Who ended up making the dopey surprised face? What idea does all this internet / IP address silliness give Ron? Loyal podcast viewers, can Parks and Rec maintain their quality storylines now that Ann and Chris have left? Tune in to find out! Many thanks to our amazing sponsor, "Thought For Your Thoughts" with host Derry Murbles.
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We're blowing into the cartridge and pressing start on the second-biggest movie of 2023 to date! Based on several long-running video games series from Nintendo, this animated movie brings together the voice talents of Chris Pratt and Charlie Day the titular brothers, with Anya-Taylor Joy as the princess, Seth Rogan and Keegan-Michael Key as their allies, and Jack Black as the bad guy. Produced by Illumination, the studio behind the Despicable Me and Minions movies, the film super-smashed box office records to become the highest-grossing video game movie and the third highest-grossing animated movie of all time. While audiences clearly felt the Nintendo Power, critics were largely underwhelmed, citing the film as yet another rote exercise in brand expansion. Now your very own Super Podcast Bros. Beef and Lobster are laying some pipe on The Super Mario Bros. Movie! It's on like Donkey Kong! Donate to the Entertainment Community Fund here:https://entertainmentcommunity.org/ For more geeky podcasts visit GonnaGeek.com You can find us on iTunes under ''Legends Podcast''. Please subscribe and give us a positive review. You can also follow us on Twitter @LegendsPodcast or even better, send us an e-mail: LegendsPodcastS@gmail.com You can write to Rum Daddy directly: firstname.lastname@example.org You can find all our contact information here on the Network page of GonnaGeek.com Our complete archive is always available at www.legendspodcast.com, www.legendspodcast.libsyn.com
Hi, friends! Welcome back to another episode of your favorite movie review podcast that is now on YouTube in a visual medium which defeats the purpose of podcasting! This week we discuss the billion-dollar animated movie, The Super Mario Bros. Movie, which stars so many famous names. Those names include Chris Pratt, Anya Taylor-Joy, Charlie Day, Jack Black, Seth Rogen, Fred Armisen, Charo, Angelyne, Elvira, a hologram of Whitney Houston, Mariah Carey's unreleased music, the caution tape from Lady Gaga's "Telephone" music video, and that one lady that was escorted off of a plane for pointing at a passenger and claiming they weren't real! Wanna know what we think of this movie? Listen to the end to find out! Follow us on Instagram @meangirlsinterrupted for info on upcoming shows Watch Us: Mean Girls, Interrupted on Youtube Email Us: email@example.com Visit: meangirlsinterrupted.com for all this stuff in one place!
This week Mark and Allen break down the Episode where we learned Ann once went out on a date with Perd Hapley! It is Ann and Chris' last day in Pawnee, and Leslie has organized a huge going away party so they can enjoy one last occasion with them. At the party, Leslie explains that because she doesn't know when she will see Ann again, the party's theme is a celebration of everything that will happen in the coming year. Furthermore, in celebration of how their friendship started, Leslie secretly arranges for her and Ann to officially break ground on Pawnee Commons at Lot 48 as a going away present. However, Harold, the Director of Public Works, is angry that Leslie went over his head to do that, since his department did NOT sign off on it. Later, Leslie finds out Harold put a padlock on the fence surrounding Lot 48, halting her plans for a midnight groundbreaking. Trying to think of a way around this, Leslie tells Ann about her surprise plan. Ann is up for one more crazy caper with Leslie, and insists they do whatever they need to do for the groundbreaking to take place. Meanwhile, as the guys help Chris pack up the last of his things, they notice several boxes with their names on them, which Chris reveals are