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Throughout the pandemic, we've been watching a ton of comedy + Netflix. My next guest Maz Jobrani is a comedian, actor and host of his own podcast, Back to School with Maz Jobrani, on the All Things Comedy Network. His new standup comedy special, Pandemic Warrior, is now available for streaming on PeacockTV. Maz's other specials include Immigrant, which was filmed at the prestigious Kennedy Center and is a Netflix original, as well as 3 additional solo specials on Showtime: Brown and Friendly, I Come in Peace, and I'm Not a Terrorist But I've Played One on TV. As an actor, Maz starred as the title character in the award-winning indie comedy, Jimmy VestVood: Amerikan Hero, a feature which he co-wrote and co-produced. He played the lovable “Fawz” on the CBS comedy Superior Donuts and has appeared on Grey's Anatomy, Curb Your Enthusiasm, Better off Ted, Last Man Standing, and Shameless. He has co-starred in films including Sydney Pollack's The Interpreter, Disney's Descendents and Ice Cube's Friday After Next. He's a regular guest on The Late Show with Stephen Colbert and The Late Late Show with James Corden. In the Spring of 2016 he performed at the White House where he had the privilege of introducing Michelle Obama. As a UC Berkeley alum, Maz gave the keynote speech to the graduating class of 2017. Maz served as the host for the 45th International Emmy's in New York. He was a founding member of The Axis of Evil comedy tour, which aired on Comedy Central. He is a regular panelist on NPR's “Wait Wait Don't Tell Me” and has given 2 TED Talks. His LA Times Best Selling Book, I'm Not a Terrorist, But I've Played One on TV, published by Simon & Schuster. Maz executive produced Everything Must Change, a documentary about his sister's battle with breast cancer which is currently available on iTunes. Meet My Guest: WEBSITE: MazJobrani.com INSTAGRAM: @mazjobrani FACEBOOK: /mazjobrani Press DEADLINE: Maz Jobrani Developing Animated Comedy With Curiosity Ink Media
Amy Landecker is an actor, director, producer & writer. You might recognize her from her many roles such as YOUR HONOR, MINX, TRANSPARENT, I LOVE MY DAD, GASLIT, BEATRIZ AT DINNER, A SERIOUS MAN, SHITHOUSE, THE PREMISE, THREE MONTHS, DAN IN REAL LIFE, A KID LIKE JAKE, CHIVALRY, MAD MEN, CURB YOUR ENTHUSIASM, BOMBSHELL & LOUIE (to name a few!) She's also a voice over artist and has appeared in a number of productions such as She-Ra and the Princesses of power, Trollhunters, Batman: the Long Halloween and even worked as Julia Roberts voice double! We chat about the highs after the lows, getting her big break “later in life”, making big shifts & getting sober, rejection, self-esteem & confidence, playing a tomb raider model, finding happiness and almost being a sports broadcaster. Check Amy out on: Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/amylandecker/ ------------------------------------------- Follow @Funny in Failure on Instagram and Facebook https://www.instagram.com/funnyinfailure/ https://www.facebook.com/funnyinfailure/ and @Michael_Kahan on Insta & Twitter to keep up to date with the latest info. https://www.instagram.com/michael_kahan/ https://twitter.com/Michael_Kahan
"Larry experiences the "trick' side of Halloween when he questions the age of two girls who want candy." -Original Air Date: 10/07/2001- This week we're talking about Trick or Treat, Ted noticing very early why he won't enjoy the episode, how yawning should not be a sign of being bored and not understanding social contracts. This is No Hugging, No Learning, the show about one thing...watching Curb Your Enthusiasm for the first time. Want more NHNL? Next week's episode is already published on Patreon! Join the It's a Hyundai tier for just $5/month and get every episode one week early as well as clipped content from each release and TWO movie reviews every month! Celebrate Father's Day with us with Problem Child 2! Spoiler alert...it's not any better than the first one. Get a FREE No Hugging, No Learning sticker by giving us a 5 star rating and a written review wherever you listen to this! Just be sure to send us your address! Email us: email@example.com Follow us: @nohugging on Twitter Music: Curb Your Enthusiasm Theme Song Remix by robloxgreat (rip)
Seinfeld Episode 21 (Season 8) Summery: “Elaine bumps into Mr. Lippman, who steals her idea for selling muffin tops. George pretends to be a tourist to impress a woman. Jerry accidentally shaves his chest and can't stop. Kramer starts a Peterman reality bus tour. Steinbrenner trades George to Tyler Chicken.”Original air date: May 8, 1997This week on Cartwright! A Seinfeld Podcast, Adam and Corey breakdown and review The Muffin Tops. And before you make a sexual joke about the term ‘muffin tops,' yes, the boys do end up show each other their tops but it's only to prove how hairless they are, unlike Jerry and Kramer lol!Also, werewolf-Jerry is and has always been one of Corey's favorite Jerry moments on the whole series. Who's with him? Let us know what you think on Facebook or our Patreon page. ATENTION: The next episode (The Summer of George) will be Patreon exclusive!—————————————Our complete SEINFELD archive plus our CURB YOUR ENTHUSIASM aftershow can be found exclusively at patreon.com/CartwrightFollow us on Facebook: facebook.com/cartwrightpodcastThis podcast is part of the BFOPNetwork.com
BARRY co-creator and executive producer Alec Berg explains the Metallica poster on Barry Birkman's wall, the Metallica and Pantera songs in the show, and details his first experience hearing Metallica. Berg spent a good chunk of his formative years in Pasadena, where he used to see Van Halen around town, and caught early shows from Armored Saint and W.A.S.P., among others. His formidable comedy credits as writer, producer, director, and showrunner include several episodes of Seinfeld, Curb Your Enthusiasm and Silicon Valley. We talk about the writing process, the metal connections in some of his work, and where he and Bill Hader are at heading into the production of Barry Season 4. Speak N' Destroy podcast theme by Scott Mellinger. Visit the Speak N' Destroy website and socials HERE. Part of the PopCurse podcast network.
In this episode, I explore Women & Comedy with comedian, actress and star of HBO's Curb Your Enthusiasm, Susie Essman. Susie regales us with stories of growing up doing stand-up in New York and what she learned as a result. She shares the instincts she's developed through improv for reading a room. Susie also uncovers the power of humor, words, timing, body language, and tone and how understanding their interplay can make us all better communicators. And, she leaves us laughing. Thank you to the global law firm of King & Spalding LLP for sponsoring this episode of Inspiration Loves Company.
"Larry seeks revenge against pro wrestler Thor Olson, who he believes slashed his tire after after an accident." -Original Air Date: 9/30/2001- This week we're talking about Thor, the mysterious disappearing ocean view at the David's new house, finding another Curb podcast from the four Twitter followers of Malibu from the original American Gladiators and a breakdown of John Cena's hair and whether or not it's real. This is No Hugging, No Learning, the show about one thing...watching Curb Your Enthusiasm for the first time. Want more NHNL? Next week's episode is already published on Patreon! Join the It's a Hyundai tier for just $5/month and get every episode one week early as well as clipped content from each release and TWO movie reviews every month! Our most recent review is of Problem Child! What a steaming turd! Get a FREE No Hugging, No Learning sticker by giving us a 5 star rating and a written review wherever you listen to this! Just be sure to send us your address! Email us: firstname.lastname@example.org Follow us: @nohugging on Twitter Music: Curb Your Enthusiasm Theme Song Remix by robloxgreat
This is part two of my discussion with Maya MacGregor about their process in writing The Many Half-Lived Lives of Sam Sylvester. This book is a delightful YA mystery/ghost story with an autistic and non-binary main character, and it's on Pride Month sale for $1.99 in ebook format through the month of June! I was fully engrossed in the mystery aspect of it, and also loved to see the main character finding a supportive community.Content note for this book: it does mention trauma and hate crimes. That said, it's overall very much about surviving and thriving and not about sensationalized suffering.You can listen and/or read the transcript of our conversation below. JuliaWelcome to the OMG Julia Podcast, where we talk about creative lives and processes. This is part 2 of my covnersation with Maya MacGregor, author of The Many Half-Lived Lives of Sam Sylvester. We ended part one with Maya saying how glad they were to see lots of queer representation in media lately, and how they hoped to see more of it.[transition music]JuliaAnd I'm really glad to see that this autistic character is also presented as someone capable of forming meaningful emotional attachments because I feel like that's one of the most persistent myths that I see when people put autistic characters into media is the idea that like basically they're robots who don't have feelings. Maya Absolutely.JuliaThey're incapable of empathy. They're incapable of making connections with other people. MayaYeah.JuliaAnd therefore there to be pitied. And in fact, when you dig into all of the actual experiences of autistic people, that's not an accurate representation of the experiences that real people have at all.MayaYeah, it's really, really different. I'm reminded of this study. My first disastrous attempt at an autism diagnosis, the person who assessed me was so behind on actual peer reviewed research in her field that she literally said to me that because I had attempted to have friends I couldn't possibly be autistic.JuliaWhat?MayaThere was a study that UCLA did in like 2016, I think, and they were studying the gender differences in presentation of autism in children. I think they tracked about 40 kids, and research is so far behind so it was very binary, very like girls here, boys here. But what they showed was that the boys behave sort of stereotypically, as one might quote unquote "expect" from an autistic kid. They were frequently alone, off doing things themselves rather than engaging with the other students. But the autistic girls would go from group of girls to group of girls, and would bid for attention and bid for inclusion, attempt to play, or attempt to do something with their peers, but they were rebuffed every time. But what the researchers noticed was that, to a teacher's eye, it would look like those kids were actually engaging and that they were behaving quote unquote "normally", but when you looked closer you realized that the the autistic girls were being rejected at every turn. But they were trying really hard. That was my experience my entire life, was trying so so hard. I felt like I was always missing the key to to open up some sort of social acceptance, and that study is just such a perfect picture of how easily we are missed. And as an non-binary person who was assigned female, that was so much my experience of of life and growing up. And so the idea that even clinicians these days will tell us that if we desire to have relationships or friendships, that we can't possibly be autistic… That is just so unbelievable to me, because even solitary autistic boys who present quote unquote "typically" when it comes to autism still want and have bonds with other human beings, and value those bonds. With Sam, I think in revisions I got even more militant about these things when I was just like, "We do have feelings, and we do have empathy!" Most of the autistic people I know actually fall on the hyper empathic scale of things, where we feel too much and can't turn it off.JuliaSince I've since I've learned a lot more about autism as an adult —and I really only started learning about the real different ways that autism actually presents probably three or four years ago —it's been fairly recent, and it took me a while to really internalize that, oh, this matches my experience of the world in so many ways. This is simultaneously a very powerful realization, because it makes me able to reframe and forgive myself for things that I've done that have just not worked out for me. But also make me realize things that I already had started doing to compensate.I realized several years ago, and this is before I'd learned anything about how autism presents, that I react very differently to sensory input than some people. And I had not realized that this was a difference about me until one day… it was a winter day, and I went to a friend's solstice party, and it was very dark because it was the afternoon. Where I live, it gets in very dark at like 4pm in the midwinter time, and so it was it was very dark and very cold outside, and I got to this person's house and I rang the doorbell. And inside, the house was all brightly lit and the heaters were on and it was a party full of people and I went from outside, cold, dark, with only my headphones and music that I was listening to on my own, to sudden, inside a very brightly lit, warm place full of people. And my friend let me in and was like, "Hi. Welcome. How are you?"I looked at her and I said, "I'm sorry, just give me a minute to accustom myself to the temperature change and stuff." And she was like, "What?" And I thought that this is just a normal thing that most people did. It's like you just need minute to recalibrate. I'm not in a dark, cold, outside place. Now I'm in a warm, bright, inside place.MayaAnd there's people here.JuliaYeah, and I've got to readjust before I can actually talk to you. Like, I cannot answer your question about how I'm doing. That's not possible at the moment.Maya Yeah.JuliaI thought that was just something everybody experienced, but it turned out no. In fact, the vast majority of people don't think twice about it. They just would go into that house and immediately be engaging in whatever the rules of the social situation would say that you should do.MayaYeah, and there's so much active processing that happens in those social situations as well. We call it camouflaging or masking. Over painstaking, long periods of trial and error, most autistic people learn (to a degree) social scripting. And that's a constant thing. Even in our conversation, my brain is reminding me to make a sound of agreement at certain intervals to cue that I am paying attention.But that's an active part of me, because of like I've learned by being yelled at if I'm sitting listening to someone and not making eye contact contact, and looking at something else. They assume I'm not listening, and that I don't care.JuliaYeah, and I've always struggled with that. I remember getting in trouble with my teacher in first grade for not looking at her. MayaYeah.JuliaThis is also sort of complicated for me because I've also always had vision problems, and my eyes don't track together, so one eye is always going off in a different direction. So even if I am theoretically trying to look at a person, they might see my other eye wandering and assume I'm not looking at them.And I remember just getting in trouble. I was at a catholic school and this was a very scary nun.MayaOh god.JuliaShe was like, "You're not paying attention to me. You don't look at me when I speak. You're very disrespectful." When I'm listening really hard, a lot of the time the way that I listen is by turning away.MayaYep! JuliaAnd like maybe even closing my eyes because I'm focusing so hard on hearing.MayaYeah, that's 100 % how I am as well and it happens all the time, to the point where it's sort of comical, where I'll be out somewhere with people and there'll be other background noise and so I have to look away from the person speaking if I'm going to actually hear them. It never fails where they will track where I'm looking and I'll have to be like, "No, there's nothing over there. I'm just looking at a completely innocuous patch of grass because I need to hear you better."That's something that doesn't make sense to a lot of people, but that's something that's really normal for me. I really have to focus, especially because I have auditory processing delays, which hit really hard if there's any sort of competing noise. I can do like one masking script at a time. It's either make eye contact with a person, or hear what they're saying. JuliaRight.MayaAnd I generally prefer to hear what they're saying to forcing myself to make eye contact that feels really uncomfortable for me.JuliaYeah, and I think that there are lots of things like that. There are lots of little ways that I've sort of arranged my life so I compensate. I have had multiple conversations with people where I'm like, "Oh, you know I listen better if I'm looking down, and I'm not not listening to you." And I've sort of just started saying that to people, which I had started doing several years ago before I'd ever worked out anything about autism. And I usually, if asked, would have explained it as like, I have all these vision problems and focusing my eyes takes extra effort, which it does. But like people I think are more likely to believe that physical reason. MayaYeah.JuliaBut the thing that I was going to say, when you talked about if anything autistic people that you know seem to have hyper empathy. MayaYeah.JuliaYes. I can't count the number of people that I've met who are actually autistic who say things like, "I cannot watch embarrassment humor, like it hurts me physically to watch it."MayaYeah, Always Sunny and Curb Your Enthusiasm, like I could not make it through much of those shows because it's like actively physically painful for me to watch. And I really struggle with some things
Comedian Bobby Slayton - Bobby Makes Fun of Aliens and Everything Else.. A Place For My Stuff - Yes I have/had another podcast. A couple of podcasts actually. With the rising price of everything, I opted not to pay to have Inside the Guest Studio available forever. I have this convenient landing spot called My Alien Life Podcast which WILL remain forever - thus, this is part of my life, as will be the episodes of Inside the Guest Studio. A podcast that is graced by some unique and very talented people that live slightly off the grid. Enjoy Cameron Comedian Bobby Slayton - Bobby Makes Fun of Aliens “If you can't laugh at yourself, make fun of other people.” ~ BOBBY SLAYTON BOBBY SLAYTON, A COMIC'S COMIC The NY Daily News called Slayton “Armed and Dangerous”, and the Las Vegas Review Journal pointed out that “Slayton's refusal to compromise his art has always made him worth a special trip.” Bobby Slayton, often referred to as “The Pitbull of Comedy,” has been performing his own intense style of comedy for well over 30 years, becoming one of the best known, respected, and energetic comics working today. Audiences around the country may recognize Bobby from his scene-stealing roles in the movies “Get Shorty”, “Ed Wood”, “Bandits”, “Dreamgirls” and “Bandits”. He's been seen on dozens of television shows, including “The Tonight Show”, “Politically Incorrect”, “Home Improvement”, and in Woody Allen's Amazon TV Project "Crisis in Six Scenes". Bobby's many appearances on HBO have included “Comic Relief” and his own Showtime special, "Born to be Bobby". He was a series regular on the HBO series “Mind of a Married Man”, and played Joey Bishop opposite Ray Liotta and Joe Mantegna in the critically acclaimed film “The Rat Pack”. Slayton's distinctive gravelly voice has often been heard on animated shows, including “Dr. Katz'” and “Family Guy”, as well as many popular radio shows across the country including Howard Stern and regular appearances on SiriusXM. Bobby recently completed filming Woody Allen's latest film, and a guest appearance on the new season of “Curb Your Enthusiasm”, both scheduled for 2020 release.
Amy Aquino is an actor, who over her forty-plus year career, has recurred in numerous television series, including Bosch, Glee, Curb Your Enthusiasm, The Falcon and the Winter Solider, Being Human, ER, The Practice, Judging Amy, Everybody Loves Raymond, Felicity, The Good Fight, The Mentalist, Brothers and Sisters, Prison Break, Picket Fences, Monk & Freaks and Geeks to name a few. Her films include Working Girl, Moonstruck, Boys on the Side, The Singing Detective, White Oleander, A Lot Like Love, In Good Company, The Lazarus Effect and Beautiful Boy. Plus, she's also a theatre guru. And that's just scratching the surface! As you can imagine, we dive deep and cover a lot such the beauty of gardens, needing to fix things, picking a career that is worthy of you, making positive change, Jewish lizards, being rejected from Yale 3 times and taking risks. The video footage of this entire chat is now out as well! So check them out on YouTube under Michael Kahan Check Amy out on: Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/aquino_amy/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/aquino_amy Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/realamyaquino/ ------------------------------------------- Follow @Funny in Failure on Instagram and Facebook https://www.instagram.com/funnyinfailure/ https://www.facebook.com/funnyinfailure/ and @Michael_Kahan on Insta & Twitter to keep up to date with the latest info. https://www.instagram.com/michael_kahan/ https://twitter.com/Michael_Kahan
The creativity of one person has the power to inspire and change the course of a person's life. Vaughn Meader's 'The First Family" inspired Sue Kolinsky at a very young age. Her own JFK imitations led to a 30-year career in stand-up, a successful TV writer and producer, and 3 Emmy nominations. Sue Kolinsky has written for Sex and the City, The Ellen Show, and Brotherly Love. Sue's producing credits are massive and include The Osbournes, Newlyweds: Nick & Jessica, the Two Coreys, Last Comic Standing, and more. Sue has appeared on Star Search, the Bob Hope Young Comedians Special, Evening at the Improv, and The Aristocrats. Sue and I dive into our love of summer camp, and some important lessons on Karma and her amazing appearance on Curb Your Enthusiasm. Our Guest, Sue Kolinsky IMDB Twitter Sue's podcast Hashtag Fun: Jeff dives into recent trends and reads some of his favorite tweets from trending hashtags. The hashtag featured in this episode is #TakeAShowCamping from @FreshCoastTags. Tweets featured on the show are retweeted at @JeffDwoskinShow Follow Hashtag Roundup to tweet along with fun hashtags daily! Follow @HashtagRoundup on Twitter! Download the Hashtag Roundup app Follow Jeff Dwoskin: Jeff Dwoskin on Twitter The Jeff Dwoskin Show podcast on Twitter Podcast website Podcast on Instagram Yes, the show used to be called Live from Detroit: The Jeff Dwoskin Show Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
"In the Season Two premiere, Larry shocks everyone by taking a job as a car salesman." -Original Air Date: 9/23/2001- This week we're talking about The Car Salesman, Larry not understanding why people think George Costanza was an idiot, doing things just to see if you can and Tim's new plan to get a job. This is No Hugging, No Learning, the show about one thing...watching Curb Your Enthusiasm for the first time. Want more NHNL? Next week's episode is already published on Patreon! Join the It's a Hyundai tier for just $5/month and get every episode one week early as well as clipped content from each release and TWO movie reviews every month! We just released our review of Problem Child! If you remember liking this movie as a kid, you were very wrong! Get a FREE No Hugging, No Learning sticker by giving us a 5 star rating and a written review wherever you listen to this! Just be sure to send us your address! Email us: email@example.com Follow us: @nohugging on Twitter Music: Curb Your Enthusiasm Theme Song Remix by robloxgreat
Writer Esther Zuckerman joins us to talk about the HBO special that birthed a whole new genre of comedy television: LARRY DAVID: CURB YOUR ENTHUSIASM.We talk about Larry David's fashion, everlasting attitude, and cultural importance. We also discuss his evolving legacy, the unbelievable cast of secondary characters brought on over time, and how it changed the game of low-budget comedy TV.Podcast Like It's 2009: Patreon.com/podcastlikeitsTwitter: twitter.com/podcastlikeitsInstagram: instagram.com/podcastlikeitsReddit: reddit.com/r/podcastlikeits See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Seinfeld Episode 19 (Season 8) Summery: “George's girlfriend uses the phrase “yada yada” instead of completing her sentences. Dr. Tim Whatley infuriates Jerry when he converts to Judaism for the jokes. Kramer and Mickey go on a double date. Elaine botches the chances of her friends adopting a baby. Debra Messing, Robert Wagner, and Jill St. John guest star.”Original air date: April 24, 1997This week on Cartwright! A Seinfeld Podcast, Adam and Corey breakdown and review The Yada Yada… and that's the end of the episode! Lol bad jokes aside, the boys have a blast going down memory lane with this iconic episode of Seinfeld. Sadly, it's not a perfect episode- there are somethings that almost derail it, but thankfully The Yada Yada sticks the landing!Let us know what you think on Facebook or our Patreon page. We love hearing your thoughts on the episode of Seinfeld or Cartwright!ATENTION: The next episode (The Millennium) will be Patreon exclusive!—————————————Our complete SEINFELD archive plus our CURB YOUR ENTHUSIASM aftershow can be found exclusively at patreon.com/CartwrightFollow us on Facebook: facebook.com/cartwrightpodcastThis podcast is part of the BFOPNetwork.com
"In the Season One finale, Larry gets in trouble with his wife, a stage director, an old flame and an incest survivor's group!" -Original Air Date: 12/17/2000- This week we're talking about The Group, Tim's best pun ever, being a big bowl of wrong and Wendy breaking the circle of trust. This is No Hugging, No Learning, the show about one thing...watching Curb Your Enthusiasm for the first time. Want more NHNL? Next week's episode is already published on Patreon! Join the It's a Hyundai tier for just $5/month and get every episode one week early as well as clipped content from each release and TWO movie reviews every month! We just released our review of Problem Child! If you remember liking this movie as a kid, you were very wrong! Get a FREE No Hugging, No Learning sticker by giving us a 5 star rating and a written review wherever you listen to this! Just be sure to send us your address! Email us: firstname.lastname@example.org Follow us: @nohugging on Twitter Music: Curb Your Enthusiasm Theme Song Remix by robloxgreat
You don't have to be stupid to be a conspiracy theorist. Many people who buy into paranoid fantasies about stolen Presidential elections and sinister global Jewish cabals are perfectly sane, well-educated individuals. So why do they fall for these myths? This week we consider the possibility that the attraction is primarily aesthetic, and that the experience is fun. As for why the perennial focus on Jews: the answer can be found in a peculiar tension between philosophical monism and the worldview of the TV series Curb Your Enthusiasm.
Jade is with the family in Disney World living large and Mariano is out blessing the community with his immaculate waves, leaving Mayes to rally the troops. Zach Harper, Darlene Bereznicki and Eden Liu discuss how to date without alcohol, the biggest animal they could fight, and define hockey terminology. Then Immanuel Adetunji joins the show as we discuss the Better Call Saul mid season finale, Barry season 3, and Curb Your Enthusiasm. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Susie freakin' Essman, ladies and gentleman! Everyone's favorite queen of insults, Susie Essman couldn't have been nicer as she talks this week with Mark and Lowell. They connect on everything from stage fright, to neurotic mothers, and of course their mutual love of "Curb Your Enthusiasm," and they talk about the bond comedians feel that transcends other relationships.Susie is most well-known these days for the role that's indelibly etched in our hearts, Susie Greene on "Curb Your Enthusiasm. " She started out having a hugely successful stand-up career including an HBO special, and has played memorable roles on many, many TV shows including "Broad City," "Bless This Mess," and "Those Who Can't" just to name a few.Follow Susie and buy her book "What Would Susie Say?: Bullsh*t Wisdom About Love, Life and Comedy" https://www.susieessman.comhttps://twitter.com/susieessmanYour hosts:Mark Schiffmarkschiff.comtwitter.com/markschiffinstagram.com/markschiff1Lowell Benjamintwitter.com/lowellcbenjamininstagram.com/lowellcbenjaminCheck out Mark's books"I Killed: True Stories of the Road from America's Top Comics"www.amazon.com/Killed-True-Stories-Americas-Comics-ebook/dp/B0024NP5DI“Why Not?: Lessons on Comedy, Courage, and Chutzpah”www.amazon.com/Why-Not-Lessons-Courage-Chutzpah/dp/1954641168/ref=nodl_
Casey is a dream TMAI guest. First of all, she, like me, is fluent in Real Housewives and dropped the most shocking Housewives truth bomb in this episode that absolutely shook me to my core. Secondly, she wrote one of my favorite books, The Wreckage of My Presence, in which she generously details ALL of her cringiest moments and bad feelings. She also shines a light on a formative childhood experience that she and I both went through and commiserated about extensively. We talked about getting fired from SNL, losing her mom, finding love after rejection, the mystique and rulebook of the “cool girl” and how we have both nurtured (...and resisted) our undying and unwavering devotion to bed. Casey Wilson is an actress, writer, director and podcaster. You know her from Happy Endings, Saturday Night Live, The Shrink Next Door, Marry Me, Black Monday, Mrs. Fletcher, and Curb Your Enthusiasm, as well as films such as Gone Girl, Julie and Julia, and Always be My Maybe. Casey co-wrote and co-starred in the movies Bride Wars and Ass Backwards with her longtime collaborator June Diane Raphael. Alongside Danielle Schneider, she co-hosts the hit podcast Bitch Sesh. Her directorial debut, Daddio, premiered at SXSW and TIFF. Casey lives with her husband and two young sons in Los Angeles. Seriously, go buy The Wreckage of My Presence. I cannot recommend this book enough. You'll feel like you're hanging with your best friend who has the best stories, and you won't want it to end. Executive Producer Nick Stumpf Produced by Catherine Law Edited and Engineered by Brandon Dickert See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
A really fun, interesting conversation with the hilarious comedian/actor about his big shot in comedy that got him known, his approach to stand-up, trying to figure out the line of political correctness in life and in doing stand-up, what it was like working the infamous showcase Los Angeles shows "Phat Tuesdays" at the Comedy Store and much more.
Stuart PankinTake a walk with me down Fascination Street as I get to know Stuart Pankin. Stuart is an actor who has been in just about everything you have ever seen. From Not Necessarily The News, to Dinosaurs, to Fatal Attraction, Honey, We Shrunk Ourselves, and Zenon; you have seen him in everything! In this episode, we chat about why he decided to get into acting, what made him move to Los Angeles, and some of the highlights of his career. We have a ball with him telling stories about working on Curb Your Enthusiasm, and I hilariously get Fatal Attraction confused with Basic Instinct! Finally, we discuss Stuart's new film Deep In The Forest, which is available EVERYWHERE on VOD starting May 31st.Follow Stuart on social media:Twit: @Stuart_Pankin FB: Stuart Pankin
"Larry insults a black dermatologist while on the way to fill a prescription for Cheryl's skin condition" -Original Air Date: 12/10/2000- This week we're talking about Affirmative Action, the curse continuing when we talk about a fictionalized series about iPods, diving into garbage and prying into private matters. This is No Hugging, No Learning, the show about one thing...watching Curb Your Enthusiasm for the first time. Want more NHNL? Next week's episode is already published on Patreon! Join the It's a Hyundai tier for just $5/month and get every episode one week early as well as clipped content from each release and TWO movie reviews every month! We just released our review of The Parent Trap with Lindsay Lohan! Get a FREE No Hugging, No Learning sticker by giving us a 5 star rating and a written review wherever you listen to this! Just be sure to send us your address! Email us: email@example.com Follow us: @nohugging on Twitter Music: Curb Your Enthusiasm Theme Song Remix by robloxgreat
Batter up! At least we think that's how you say it. Christopher and Eric aren't the biggest baseball fans, but they thought they should celebrate the season with a serving of #TrueCrimeTVClub that features the all American pastimes of Major League Baseball and… Curb Your Enthusiasm. Yeah, that's right. In the twisted Netflix docudrama LONGSHOT, it's time to break out the Cracker Jacks and find out how a Dodgers fan came within striking distance of a massive injustice.
Today on Rising, Infant Formula Shortage Bill CLEARS House with 12 GOP votes, Biden invokes Defense Production Act (00:00)Nina Jankowicz RESIGNS, good riddance to partisan disinfo HACK: Robby Soave (12:29)Populists TARGETED in corporate coup? Voters are OVER Dems, REJECTING status quo: Briahna Joy Gray (22:57)$40B Ukraine Bill headed to Biden's desk, Rand Paul writes Op-Ed opposing aid (33:21)Inside BOTCHED US-Afghanistan withdrawal: Chaos, broken promises, & paranoia (47:36)Kim Iversen: Piss Poor Ukraine War Reporting Insults American's Intelligence (56:31)Gas hits $4 in every state, stations prepare for $10/Gallon (01:09:54)Bush says Iraq instead of Ukraine in MASSIVE Freudian slip, users cite Curb Your Enthusiasm in GAFFE (01:22:08)NY Gov. Hochul targets FREE SPEECH, social media after Buffalo massacre (01:29:47)Where to tune in and follow: https://linktr.ee/risingthehillMore about Rising:Rising is a weekday morning show hosted by Ryan Grim, Kim Iversen, and Robby Soave. It breaks the mold of morning TV by taking viewers inside the halls of Washington power like never before, providing outside-of-the-beltway perspectives. The show leans into the day's political cycle with cutting edge analysis from DC insiders and outsiders alike to provide coverage not provided on cable news. It also sets the day's political agenda by breaking exclusive news with a team of scoop-driven reporters and demanding answers during interviews with the country's most important political newsmakers.
Dr. Strange, Ozark, Yellowjackets, Curb Your Enthusiasm. FCBD, The Ghost in You, TMNT: Last Ronin, Twig, Crashpad, Mechanism, Moonshine, Primordial, Nocterra, Farmhand, Vinyl, Sharkey the Bounty Hunter, Sort of Super, Devil's Reign, Fables Mean Season
Seinfeld Episode 17 (Season 8) Summery: “Kramer asks Jerry to bring him some Cubans from Florida so he can start his own cigar business. Elaine shocks everyone when she admits to hating the movie The English Patient. Jerry competes with octogenarian Izzy Mandelbaum. George is attracted to a woman because she confused him for her boyfriend. Lloyd Bridges guest stars.”Original air date: March 13, 1997This week on Cartwright! A Seinfeld Podcast, Adam and Corey breakdown and review the debut of the Mandelbaums on Seinfeld! This is an interesting episode since one host went into the review loving the The English Patient and one went in hating it already. Maybe their preconceived notions clouded their visions (in either direction) but at the very least this is a great example of how huge a role nostalgia plays in their enjoyment of these episodes!Let us know what you think on Facebook or our Patreon page. We love hearing your thoughts on the episode of Seinfeld or Cartwright!ATENTION: The next episode (The Nap) will be Patreon exclusive!—————————————Our complete SEINFELD archive plus our CURB YOUR ENTHUSIASM aftershow can be found exclusively at patreon.com/CartwrightFollow us on Facebook: facebook.com/cartwrightpodcastThis podcast is part of the BFOPNetwork.com
In this episode Sam and Henry talk about Superman's "Secret." Does he need it? Does it matter? We also cover Sam's trouble buying comics, how many DC Crises do we need? Are Lana and Clark actually best friends? What are Ally Alston's motivations and thoughts? We also have some drops from Curb Your Enthusiasm, Seinfeld and Superman The Movie in there. Shout outs to Motor City Comic-Con, the Superman Celebration in Metropolis, IL and more!S02E11 - “Truth and Consequences” Directed by:David Ramsey (Arrow)Writing Credits:Katie Aldrin and Jai Jamison We pick up right where we left off with Jon-El smirking at Lois, who is still standing on the porch with Jordan. Jon-El catches sight of his doppelganger, Jonathan, standing not too far away. He lunges at him and Jordan tries to intervene but Jon-El appears to be stronger and faster than him. Henry's Notes: Jordan used the words “bizarro self.” “You're my son and I love you and I'm not going to let anything happen to you.” Clark is the best. Do Clark and Lana have the same coat?Is the opposite of 1 day, 33 days?“If that's what the secret is doing, it's doing a crap job” - JonBizarro Jonathan is chewing up the scenery, so good. Incredibly violent what he did to Lana. Could've killed her!What is Sarah's shirt? "Merchant Unite?"Haha - Primus cover band “what's Primus”Jonathan looked like he was going to a rave in the Matrix - lolYes! Finally some John Henry and Nat science! More of this.Love hearing Lois say, “you're right. I'm sorry”“NEGATIVE ZONE?!” Uh oh, Here come the Fantastic FourIt's always confusing to me how effective and deadly kryptonite is. I never kills anyone right away. Brother vs Brother showdown! - Final punch could've been bigger.Just get the K out Lana! Jesus!I'm feeling kinda meh about the reveal. Like it seemed like some sort of romantic gesture but that's not the relationship they have. Nor have they really shown that Lana is Clark's best friend. So it sort of seemed like the kids and Lois got ramped up about the secret without any sort of previous set up.Nat and Steel - Is he going to destroy the portal?
"Curb Your Enthusiasm: Should Gabapentinoids Be a Routine Component of Multimodal Analgesia?" by Bassam Farhat, MD, Regional Anesthesia and Acute Pain Fellow, Department of Anesthesia, University of Iowa Hospitals and Clinics, Iowa City, Iowa; Vivian Ip, MB, ChB, FRCA, Associate Clinical Professor, Department of Anesthesia and Pain Medicine, University of Alberta, Edmonton, Alberta, Canada; and Rakesh V. Sondekoppam, MBBS, MD, Clinical Associate Professor, Department of Anesthesia, University of Iowa Hospitals and Clinics, Iowa City, Iowa. From ASRA Pain Medicine News, May 2022. See original article at www.asra.com/asra-news for figures and references. This material is copyrighted.
Wayne Federman is a standup comic, actor, producer, writer, comedy historian, and USC professor. He has been in about 90% of my favorite comedies: 40-Year-Old Virgin, Step Brothers, Curb Your Enthusiasm, The League, Community, Always Sunny, Tough Crowd, 50 First Dates, Knocked Up, Crashing, Silicon Valley, Legally Blonde...among over one hundred other credits. And he is the author of the excellent book, "The History of Stand-Up: From Mark Twain to Dave Chappelle." Wayne is also a producer on the upcoming HBO Documentary "George Carlin's American Dream," which premieres May 20. The History of Stand-Up: https://www.amazon.com/History-Stand-Up-Mark-Twain-Chappelle/dp/B08YRP1R2G/ George Carlin's American Dream: https://www.hbo.com/george-carlins-american-dream 00:00 Introduction 02:00 Comedian Richard Nixon 04:00 How Wayne got into comedy 8:50 Freddie Prinze's Tonight Show appearance 15:30 Wayne's TV and movie career 17:00 How Judd Apatow found success 18:00 The golden era of comedy movies 22:00 When did standup start? 26:30 Comedy's short shelf life 29:20 Friar's Club 34:15 Vaudeville's role in comedy history 45:00 Hugh Hefner's role in comedy history 48:50 Where did the classic brick wall and stool originate? 54:10 Saturday Night Live 59:00 Comedy Central's rise and (debatably) fall 1:04:00 Dane Cook and the rise of the internet 1:08:10 Louis CK and self-publishing 1:18:30 George Carlin's American Dream –––– Support the podcast and join the Honest Offense community at https://honestoffense.locals.com Eric Cervone on Twitter: https://twitter.com/ericcervone Eric Cervone on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/ericcervone https://www.ericcervone.com/
On this episode, Daren shaves his mustache to symbolize the ending of his brief career as a porn star, and wonders "what if I don't relate to any of The (individual) Beatles as people?". Jaymee shares another mind-blowing full circle synchronicity story he experienced over the weekend involving Ram Dass and Love Serve Remember, and the spiritually themed Curb Your Enthusiasm moment he found himself in as a result. Daren and Jaymee have an important conversation on the dominant influence porn has played on male sexuality, and how every situation in life is has equal parts magic and heartbreak. All this, plus the big reveal from last week's cliffhanger, and an update on Jaymee's dad that'll warm your heart. *Help support the show at: www.patreon.com/mysticalcynical *Leave us a 2 minute voicemail at: 888-4A-CYNIC / (888) 422-9642*Opening music by J. Carpenter*Closing music by J. Carpenter/B. CarpenterMysti-Cyni's!!! Enter the offer code MC25 at www.realfunwow.com for 25% off your total purchase at checkout.
"Larry's offer to help with Cheryl's recently deceased aunt's obituary results in a shockingly profane misspelling." -Original Air Date: 12/3/2000- This week we're talking about Beloved Aunt, a shocking appearance of a (now) well known actress, the life and career of Carrot Top and Brian Regan Burns. This is No Hugging, No Learning, the show about one thing...watching Curb Your Enthusiasm for the first time. Want more NHNL? Next week's episode is already published on Patreon! Join the It's a Hyundai tier for just $5/month and get every episode one week early as well as clipped content from each release and TWO movie reviews every month! We just released our review of The Parent Trap with Lindsay Lohan, so Happy Mother's Day! Get a FREE No Hugging, No Learning sticker by giving us a 5 star rating and a written review wherever you listen to this! Just be sure to send us your address! Email us: firstname.lastname@example.org Follow us: @nohugging on Twitter Music: Curb Your Enthusiasm Theme Song Remix by robloxgreat
Legendary Television writer and producer, David Mandel, who is known for Seinfeld, VEEP and Curb Your Enthusiasm, joins Suzy for an in-depth discussion about his career, Working at SNL and how he got to landed jobs on Seinfeld and Curb Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Legendary Television writer and producer, David Mandel, who is known for Seinfeld, VEEP and Curb Your Enthusiasm, joins Suzy for an in-depth discussion about his career, Working at SNL and how he got to landed jobs on Seinfeld and Curb. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
How to create a sustainable acting career with Ray Buffer Ray was born and raised in South Florida where he attended college and majored in musical theater. He began his professional career in the Fine Arts at the age of 13 . He has worked as an actor and vocalist in opera companies, regional Equity theaters, and orchestras. After college, he moved to Central Florida where he held performing contracts as a vocalist and actor for various theaters, theme parks and attractions. Ray also has served as Producer, Director, and/or Musical Director for various stage plays and musicals throughout Florida. Ray relocated to Southern California where he has acted in Films, Television, Commercials, Music Videos, and Voice-Overs. Some of his most recent credits include portraying the Stage Manager "Darrell" on the award-winning HBO Comedy Series "Curb Your Enthusiasm", as well as touring throughout the U.S. as a vocalist with the Mantovani Orchestra. In addition to being an accomplished vocalist and actor, Ray composes music for films, theater and multimedia. Ray is the Director and Co-Executive Producer of "Rats & Bullies" which is his first feature length Documentary Film.Sally Lodge, PR After Ray Buffer (born 1969 as Raymond Ernest Buffer, Jr.,) is an American actor and singer. He was born and raised in Greenacres, Florida, and is the son of Delana (Hawks), a homemaker and housekeeper, and Raymond Ernest Buffer, Sr. A landscaper. His ancestry is European. He was adopted by the Buffer's when he was 29 days old. In 2003 after a long search he found his birth-mother to be Patricia (Levak) Odell. Through his reunion with his birth-mother he has expanded his family to include his maternal relatives. His birth-father's identity is still unknown. Buffer discovered his talent first in music, playing violin at an early age and progressing to other instruments. The theatre became his passion when he reached high school. Buffer attended John I Leonard High School in Lake Worth, Florida where he appeared within theatrical production, performed with jazz choirs, and played instruments (viola, piano, and string bass). Beginning in 1988, he attended Palm Beach State College and Florida Atlantic University earning his BFA in musical theatre. During the 1990's Buffer produced and directed theatre as well as appearing in regional and dinner theater productions. He married writer and actress, Roberta McMillan in 1992, and they divorced in 2009 with no children. In 1999 Buffer moved from Orlando, Florida where he had been working as an actor, in various theaters and theme parks across the country into Huntington Beach, CA. With McMillan, he produced and directed, Rats & Bullies, a documentary film about relational aggression centered on the suicide of Dawn-Marie Wesley following incidents of bullying in Mission, British Columbia - Canada. The film went on to win awards at film festivals and led to a speaking tour of schools and organizations throughout the United States and Canada. In 2004 Buffer began to appear in guest-starring roles on TV and film, including a stint as a Stage Manager on Curb Your Enthusiasm. In 2007, Buffer left a position as general manager of Long Beach Opera to start his own theatre company in San Pedro, CA: The Relevant Stage which produced mostly musical theatre works until 2011. In 2014, Buffer again launched a new theatre company with a business partner, Jonas Sills, called Art-In-Relation. The company was initially based out of Long Beach, CA but also produces works in Los Angeles and Hollywood. Buffer continues to work in television, film, and theatre, but with a deep, resonate and powerful voice, is also a busy concert soloist (bass-baritone) and voice-over artist. He now lives in Long Beach, CA, and is managed by Clayton Music Management (CMM). Jacqueline Stander, of The Stander Group, is his agent.
On this episode of the Calm Down podcast, “high-risk returning” comes up again, and this time the main offender is Charissa! Plus, Erin talks about "fork twirlers" and how not to eat your pasta. Later in the episode, is it ok to kick someone out of their table if you had a reservation and are left waiting? See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Sarah talks to actor/comedian Chris Witaske about how he turned a Twitter account into a TV show, what it was like working on Curb Your Enthusiasm and Arrested Development, an epic Ditka strip club story, his early roots in comedy, performing magic at birthday parties as a teenager, and his awkward interaction with the comedian he named his dog after. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Sarah talks to actor/comedian Chris Witaske about how he turned a Twitter account into a TV show, what it was like working on Curb Your Enthusiasm and Arrested Development, an epic Ditka strip club story, his early roots in comedy, performing magic at birthday parties as a teenager, and his awkward interaction with the comedian he named his dog after. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Warning: This episode contains more swearing than our typical episodes.Mark and Lowell do their best to get a word in edgewise this week as the inimitable, lovable and legendary "Pitbull of Comedy" Bobby Slayton aka "Yid Vicious" reluctantly joins the podcast. An incredibly talented stand-up comedian, Bobby has been a fixture in the comedy world since he hit the scene over 30 years ago. And he is a natural actor whose memorable roles you should watch in shows like "Curb Your Enthusiasm," "The Mind of The Married Man," "Crisis in Six Scenes," and movies like "Bandits," "Get Shorty" and "The Rat Pack." In his uncompromisingly honest and intense way, he shares a ton of great stories about his experiences in show business, managing through the loss of his wife, his experiences working with Woody Allen and much more! You can check out Bobby's social media, but he would prefer that you don't.bobbyslayton.com twitter.com/pitbullofcomedyinstagram.com/bobbyslaytonofficialYour hosts:Mark Schiffmarkschiff.comtwitter.com/markschiffinstagram.com/markschiff1Lowell Benjamintwitter.com/lowellcbenjamininstagram.com/lowellcbenjaminCheck out Mark's book"I Killed: True Stories of the Road from America's Top Comics"www.amazon.com/Killed-True-Stories-Americas-Comics-ebook/dp/B0024NP5DI
NFL Hall of Fame linebacker and Chicago Bears great Brian Urlacher visits the Jack Vita Show to reflect on his 13-year Hall of Fame career with the Bears, and take a trip down memory lane. Brian shares his pick for best Bears quarterback of the new millennium, shares stories from playing on one of the greatest defenses of all-time, and shares his thoughts on the franchise now, the modern NFL and modern college football. Brian answers a wide variety of questions submitted by the listeners. He talks playing for Lovie Smith, living in Chicago, retirement, autograph signings, Jack's idea to get Brian on an episode of Curb Your Enthusiasm, his interactions with Chicago-born celebrities, where the Bears have gone wrong, his love for movies and TV shows, and much more!
Today, we welcome director & editor Roger Nygard to the show! His long list of credits includes Trekkies (1997), The Office (2006), The Truth about Marriage (2018), Grey's Anatomy (2018), Who is America (2018), Veep (2016), Curb Your Enthusiasm (2007), and many, many more. Roger chatted with our host, Giles Alderson, about how he got into editing in the first place, how he directs and edits documentaries and how he raises money for his films, his pitching strategies, and his famous documentary Trekkies. He also talks about the difference between editing comedy vs drama as well as the difference between editing TV vs feature film, his editing process in general, and his new book, Cut to the monkey. We had an amazing time with Roger. This conversation is a true masterclass for all directors, editors, documentary filmmakers and all filmmakers in general out there, really – it's incredible. So, sit back, relax and enjoy this week's episode with Roger Nygard. EPISODE LINKS Check out Roger's book Cut to the monkey Take part in the Web Series Challenge | Action Xtreme Ltd Support THE DROP - Short Film | Indiegogo Get your tickets to see Riptide + director Q&A - The Castle Cinema PATREON Big thank you to: Lee Hutchings Marli J Monroe Want your name in the show notes or some great bonus material on filmmaking? Join our Patreon for bonus episodes, industry survival guides and feedback on your film projects! Our new 4 tier structure is in place. Come join the community! https://www.patreon.com/thefilmmakerspodcast MERCH Spread the Word with Our Merch T-Shirts, Hoodies, Mugs, Masks and Water Bottles all now available in some very cool designs. SUPPORT THE PODCAST Read & Sign Up for The Wrap Up – Our weekly Newsletter with news and information from the world of film Subscribe on iTunes, Spotify, Podbean, or wherever you get your podcasts. Help us out and write us a review (a good one!), tell your friends and CHOOSE FILM. Get in touch? Email us email@example.com Follow us on Twitter Facebook and Instagram Check out our full episode archive at TheFilmmakersPodcast.com CREDITS The Filmmakers Podcast is hosted, produced and written by Giles Alderson @gilesalderson Edited by @tobiasvees Social Media by Kalli Pasqualucci @kallieep Marketing Huw Siddle Logo and Banner Art by Lois Creative Theme Music by John J. Harvey Part of the www.podfixnetwork.squarespace.com WATCH OUR FILMS The Dare UK | Trailer The Dare Canada and USA A Serial Killers Guide to Life | Trailer Arthur & Merlin: Knights of Camelot Winter Ridge UK The Isle Fanged Up The Marker Star Wars: Origins MORE FROM OUR FRIENDS Follow our Regular Hosts @LucindaRhodes @DirDomLenoir @35mmdop @philmblog @IanSharp1 @Cjamesdirect @dan710ths Follow Make Your Film for Live Events @makeyourfilm20 Follow our Movies @thedaremovie @Food4ThoughtDoc @FangedUpFilm Raindance events www.raindance.org The Filmmakers Podcast recommends Performance Insurance Music from musicbed.com Giles Alderson's website
“I love doing accents - Indian, Iranian, Arab. But now stand-up allows you to go do the movie of the week and then go on stage and make fun of it.” Maz Jobrani is a comedian, actor and entertainer - who happens to be Persian, but most definitely identifies as an immigrant. His Netflix special “Immigrant” at the Kennedy Center had him doing some Arab dancing to Public Enemy, he's given two TED talks, and has been on shows and movies you've seen like Superior Donuts (CBS), Grey's Anatomy, Curb Your Enthusiasm, Shameless, Stephen Colbert, James Corden, and even NPR's Wait Wait Don't Tell Me. Maz has got more than a few comedy specials on Showtime and Netflix. He's performed at the White House and opened for Michelle Obama. His latest standup special is Pandemic Warrior on NBC's Peacock TV streaming service, and his weekly podcast “Back to School” has him outsourcing his kids' questions to experts on God, politics, fashion, and more. You'll enjoy hearing us nerd out with one of the nicest, most curious stand up comics around. This episode is sponsored by the Department of Health & Human Services, who's encouraging you and your community to make sure you've got the COVID-19 Vaccine & Booster. We can do this, together. Find vaccines and boosters near you @ VACCINES.gov LEARN ABOUT MAZ mazjobrani.com twitter.com/MazJobrani // instagram.com/mazjobrani PODCAST: “Back to School” - https://apple.co/3w9Sh7A NETFLIX: netflix.com/title/80179433 MENTIONS 1979 Iranian Revolution: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Iranian_Revolution PERSON: Peter Sellers - https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Peter_Sellers TV: True Story “Yasmin” peacocktv.com/watch-online/tv/true-story-with-ed-and-randall/4884081076824702112/seasons/1/episodes/yasmin-episode-2/436b3c09-6c41-3ec3-8a6c-5457d12c823a TV: Superior Donuts - https://www.imdb.com/title/tt5462364 FILM: The Interpreter - https://www.imdb.com/title/tt0373926 FILM: The Godfather - https://www.imdb.com/title/tt0068646
On this episode I interview Lindsey Caplan of The Gathering Effect. Gatherings are like gateways...they take us to another plan as humans. We express, inquire, engaged, grieve and celebrate best when gathered. Without our togetherness we may have never known the fullness of friendship or the fathoms of love fulfilled. By its very definition gathering is another kind of awakening, because suddenly one's scene changes, as as the Spanish poet, Antonio Machado says, "you are now in a different world." And as the Irish mystic John O'Donohue reminds us, "that sense of difference and otherness is always what makes us wonder." My guest on this episode helps organizations and leaders wonder about the gathering effect. Her expertise is in scripting experiences in gathering to help boost morale, engagement, and retention for the long term. From her beginnings as a comedy writer in Hollywood on shows like "Curb Your Enthusiasm" to her days an Organizational Psychologist and Head of Talent for successful Silicon Valley companies, Lindsey's journey in change has brought her to a place where she can help others gather to make change stick. Enjoy the conversation and learn more at http://www.gatheringeffect.com
"A radio commercial causes Larry to crash Jeff's beloved car during a test drive." -Original Air Date: 11/26/2000- This week we're talking about AAMCO, the Lone Wolf term in the world of marketing, Ted not realizing that there is an AAMCO two blocks away from his house and more actors who shouldn't be asked to improv. This is No Hugging, No Learning, the show about one thing...watching Curb Your Enthusiasm for the first time. Want more NHNL? Next week's episode is already published on Patreon! Join the It's a Hyundai tier for just $5/month and get every episode one week early as well as clipped content from each release and TWO movie reviews every month! We just released our review of The Parent Trap with Lindsay Lohan, so Happy Mother's Day! Get a FREE No Hugging, No Learning sticker by giving us a 5 star rating and a written review wherever you listen to this! Just be sure to send us your address! Email us: firstname.lastname@example.org Follow us: @nohugging on Twitter Music: Curb Your Enthusiasm Theme Song Remix by robloxgreat
Seinfeld Episode 15 (Season 8) Summery: “Elaine's coworker calls her Susie by mistake but Elaine pretends to be Susie to protect her reputation. Kramer sets his watch an hour ahead. George avoids his girlfriend because he suspects she's about to break up with him and he wants her to help him make a great entrance at the Yankee Ball. Kramer places bets on Jerry's behalf with Mike Moffitt, who thinks Jerry is a murderer.”Original air date: February 13, 1997This week on Cartwright! A Seinfeld Podcast, Adam and Corey breakdown and review a super fun episode of everyone's favorite show about nothing! The Susie might not have been perfect (one storyline in particular was pretty bad) but the overall experience was just as enjoyable as the boys hoped it would be. A large part of this is due to the hilarious way Jerry leans into the whole mock-funeral situation. Classic Seinfeld!Let us know what you think of the episode on Facebook or our Patreon page. We love hearing your thoughts on the episode of Seinfeld or Cartwright!ATENTION: The next episode (The Pothole) will be Patreon exclusive!—————————————Our complete SEINFELD archive plus our CURB YOUR ENTHUSIASM aftershow can be found exclusively at patreon.com/CartwrightFollow us on Facebook: facebook.com/cartwrightpodcastThis podcast is part of the BFOPNetwork.com
"Larry and Cheryl befriend their odd neighbors in order to get their approval to bury an unsightly phone wire." -Original Air Date: 11/19/2000- This week we're talking about The Wire, The Story of The Blue Jean Committee, Fred Deni's Back on Broadway and Season 1 Episodes Airing Out of Order. This is No Hugging, No Learning, the show about one thing...watching Curb Your Enthusiasm for the first time. Want more NHNL? Next week's episode is already published on Patreon! Join the It's a Hyundai tier for just $5/month and get every episode one week early as well as clipped content from each release and TWO movie reviews every month! We just released our review of Adam Sandler's Pixels...you'll see why on Patreon. Get a FREE No Hugging, No Learning sticker by giving us a 5 star rating and a written review wherever you listen to this! Just be sure to send us your address! Email us: email@example.com Follow us: @nohugging on Twitter Music: Curb Your Enthusiasm Theme Song Remix by robloxgreat
Steven Kane is an American television and theater writer, producer and director.Personal Life: Steve Kane was born in Cherry Hill, New Jersey, where he graduated from Cherry Hill High School West as a proud member of the 1985 and 1986 New Jersey Knowledge Bowl Championship Teams. His rock band, Next Century, almost came in third in back to back "Battle of the Bands" contests (Kane played key-tar) but he did manage to win consecutive "Best Director" awards in the school's annual One Act Play festival. He also had a girlfriend.Flush with these early successes, Kane went on to major in English and French at the University of Pennsylvania before attending graduate film school at the University of Southern California. His USC Masters Thesis, a short film entitled Heroic Symphony, garnered awards at film festivals around the country. He had several girlfriends during this time.Career: Kane got his start in the entertainment industry writing and directing independent film and theater. His first feature film, The Doghouse, won Best Director at the NY Indy Film Festival. His collection of One Act plays, Out of Your Mind, had a successful run in Los Angeles at the GuerriLA Theater.His television credits as a writer and producer include The Closer (for which he received an Edgar Nomination), Major Crimes, Alias, NCIS, and Without a Trace, as well as comedies American Dad and Curb Your Enthusiasm. From 2012-2018, he served as Creator, Executive Producer, and show runner of TNT's The Last Ship, a post-apocalyptic drama based on William Brinkley's novel of the same name.In 2019, it was announced that Steven would join the HALO series at Showtime as Showrunner, Head Writer, and Executive Producer.Dramatizing an epic 26th-century conflict between humanity and an alien threat known as the Covenant, Halo the series will weave deeply drawn personal stories with action, adventure and a richly imagined vision of the future. In a war for humanity's very survival, our deadliest weapon is our greatest hope.See Master Chief, Cortana, the Covenant, and the other Spartans of Silver Team more in this epic trailer for the new Paramount+ Original Series, Halo. Find the Halo, win the war. Stream the premiere of the new original series Halo on Thursday, Mar. 24, exclusively on Paramount+.In its adaptation for Paramount+, HALO will take place in the universe that first came to be in 2001 with the launch of Xbox®'s first “Halo” game. Dramatizing an epic 26th-century conflict between humanity and an alien threat known as the Covenant, HALO the series will weave deeply drawn personal stories with action, adventure and a richly imagined vision of the future.The series stars Pablo Schreiber (the Master Chief, Spartan John-117), Natascha McElhone (Dr. Halsey), Jen Taylor (Cortana), Bokeem Woodbine (Soren-066), Shabana Azmi (Admiral Margaret Parangosky), Natasha Culzac (Riz-028), Olive Gray (Miranda Keyes), Yerin Ha (Kwan Ha Boo), Bentley Kalu (Vannak-134), Kate Kennedy (Kai-125), Charlie Murphy (Makee) and Danny Sapani (Captain Jacob Keyes).
GGACP's celebration of National Humor Month continues with this classic conversation with comedian, actress and old friend Susie Essman, recorded live at the 2015 NYC Podfest. In this episode, Susie talks about playing acid-tongued Susie Greene on HBO's "Curb Your Enthusiasm," recalls opening for comedians Jerry Seinfeld, Richard Belzer -- and a young Gilbert Gottfried -- and reveals on how standup comedy saved her from a life of crime. Also, Susie chooses her favorite "Curb" moments, obsesses over Turner Classic Movies and looks back at the chaotic standup career of Larry David. Plus: Peter Lorre! Margaret Hamilton! "Norman's Corner"! Susie roasts Jerry Stiller! And the curse of the "Shiksa Goddess"! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices