American stand-up comedian, actor, author and game show host
Who knew that a carpet cleaning business could pull off one of the biggest scams in history and Barry knows first hand on how to do it. He is the "KING of CON" Then we reminice with Jeff Cesario about Louie Anderson, long time comedy legand and friend See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Ed Driscoll is an Emmy Award-winning comedian, writer and producer who's worked with some of the biggest stars in the entertainment industry including Billy Crystal, Morgan Freeman, Joan Rivers, Michael Bublé, Justin Timberlake and Dennis Miller – just to name a few! From variety shows to sitcoms to movies to live theater, Ed has been a performer, writer, and producer at the highest levels of his field for over 25 years. Ed's written for shows including: The Academy Awards (for which he received an Emmy nomination), Comic Relief, Stand Up To Cancer, ESPN's ESPY Awards, Whose Line Is It Anyway, Dennis Miller Live (for which he won both an Emmy and Writers Guild Award), Sabrina The Teenage Witch, Melissa & Joey, The Showbiz Show with David Spade, I Kid with Brad Garrett, Michael Buble's Christmas in New York, The Drew Carey Show, Ultimate Beastmaster, Still Laugh-In, and The Final Table. Ed has also written stage material for big acts like Robin Williams, Bob Newhart, Howie Mandel and Louie Anderson.
Saluton, estas mi Tyson Saner and I will be you host for this, I don't know that there is a better way to put this, "Very Special Episode" of Succotash, The Comedy Soundcast Soundcast that numbers #302. Before I get into what I mean I'd like to take a moment to remind you that Succotash celebrated 11 years of showcasing other soundcasters via clips of their efforts. That coincided with our 300th episode, which executive producer and show creator Marc Hershon and I co-hosted simultaneously - which might sound like an odd way to put it, but it shouldn't be odd to regular listeners who know that Mr. Hershon and I have been hosting weekly episodes more-or-less every-other-episode for the last 2 years, and it is really only on special occasions that we might both be bringing you the same episode, at the same time. There's a great recap of Epi300 IN Epi301 in which Marc brought you a quartet of clips from the soundcasts Aristotle Full Throttle, Brilliant Observations, The Jann Arden Podcast, and TheKnuckleheadsPodcast. That episode can still be found over at SuccotashShow.com and wherever soundcasts can be streamed and/or downloaded…except Spotify for the time being and the foreseeable future. Now, if you wouldn't mind my attempting to explain what I mean by this being a "Very Special Episode" I will begin that now. This is a memorial episode. We have lost a great many comedians in the last year or so. I have chosen to feature three of the recently departed, and I based my selection process on my personal preference for starters, but mostly on the fact that there's a pretty remarkable photograph that Gilbert Gottfried, who passed away after "a long illness" on April 12, 2022, posted to his Twitter account. It was of him, Louie Anderson, who succumbed to cancer on January 21st of 2022, and Bob Saget, who died due to head trauma earlier that same January on the 9th.There's an article on the Huffington Post about the photo that you can find here. I was, as many people were, shocked and saddened by the passings of Mr. Anderson and Mr. Saget, but Mr. Gottfried's passing really bummed me the fuck out, and it is still pretty fresh as I write this on the 23rd of April, less than 2 weeks later. When I saw this photograph, along with how understandably eerie it seemed, it inspired me to revisit Mr. Gottfried's podcast which, in turn, inspired me to create this episode that attempts to both celebrate the humor and humanity of these folks, and memorialize them in some fashion. So, in this episode, I've got clips from The Louie Anderson Podcast, Bob Saget's Here For You, and Gilbert Gottfried's Amazing Colossal Podcast. I will be including a classic "Henderson's Pants" spot about something called PC Jeans because it seems like it could the most appropriate choice of the fake ads for our fake sponsor that I have available to me. I need to point out that I will still be including social media account information after each clip. (Quite a few folks have died with Twitter accounts, many of whom I still follow, and the accounts are usually maintained by people who keep the legacy alive with information about events such as additional materials like unpublished memoirs, final stand-up specials, charities supported, etc.) I will also be providing info to the various charities as I find them. If you know of any additional charities supported by the comedians featured in this episode, feel free to contact the show via the emails which will be mentioned at the end of the program. Ok, let's get to it and cope with our grief together… CLIPS The Louie Anderson Podcast The Louie Anderson Podcast is a conversation with comedians, entertainers and others about their journey. My featured clips comes from the February 13th, 2015 episode in which The Amazing Johnathan talks magic, Letterman, drugs and his current health situation. (If you'd care to, you can go back into the archives of Succotash to find Episode 95, called "Interfacin' with The Amazing Johnathan" from 2014. Johnathan Szeles and Mr. Hershon had worked on a Merv Griffin game show project in the past called Ruckus which you can definitely find clips of on YouTube. One charity I found that was supported by Louie with a search on Look To The Stars was Comic Relief, which you can learn more about by visiting https://www.comicrelief.com/ Bob Saget's Here For You Bob Saget's Here For You is a podcast that is like no other— For one, this podcast has guests who are friends of Bob's, or just really interesting people who many of you know and love. Secondly, this podcast is unique because it goes inside Bob Saget's mind, and then quickly filters out through his mouth. Bob has a way of calming people he has conversations with as well as being entertaining and often informative. Bob talks with his guests with genuine empathy and humor, while reaching his unusually diverse audience that he talks to as a friend, Bob is the dad with great advice, the irreverent funny guy who's always there when you need a laugh, and the free-associative Bob who goes off on crazy tangents then returns to the subject at hand, as serious or as comedic as it may be, to wrap up each episode in a way only Bob can do. Because he really does believe, “He's here for you." Our clip is from the last episode to post, on Jan 31, 2022, appropriately titled "Final Episode: Dane Cook" Comedian, actor, and long-time friend Dane Cook joins the podcast for its final episode. Dane shares his journey to the stage, opening up about his battle with social anxiety as a child and how his parents' personalities influenced his acts. Bob and Dane tackle a share of serious subjects, including their memories of the late Robin Williams and Louis Anderson, how pain can develop into great comedy, and Dane's experience having to put his older half-brother in jail. (With a foreword from Bill Burr that was included in the episode posted previous to this with Margaret Cho). Bob Saget had also been a Board Member of the Sceleroderma Research Foundation since 2003.You can find more information about it at www.srfcure.org Gilbert Gottfried's Amazing Colossal Podcast Comedian and actor Gilbert Gottfried, a man Stephen King once called “a national treasure,” talks with the show business legends, icons and behind-the-scenes talents who shaped his childhood and influenced his comedy. Along with co-host and fellow pop culture fanatic Frank Santopadre, Gilbert is joined by comics, actors, musicians, talk show hosts, writers and other eyewitnesses to Hollywood history, including Bruce Dern, Chevy Chase, “Weird Al” Yankovic, Adam West, Steve Buscemi, Micky Dolenz, Jim Gaffigan, Judd Apatow and DOZENS more, for a funny, frenetic, fly-on-the-wall look at showbiz then and now (but mostly then.) I snipped this clip from the show that posted April 11th, 2022 - Bob Costas Encore. The GGACP ushers in the start of the 2022 baseball season with this encore of a 2015 interview with Emmy-winning sportscaster, journalist and Baseball Hall of Famer Bob Costas, recorded at the New York Friars Club. Also in this episode: Bob analyzes “Top Cat," imitates Howard Cosell, “interviews” Jack Palance and recites Babe Ruth's farewell speech. PLUS: "The Million Dollar Movie"! Crazy Guggenheim returns! Rod Steiger emotes! Shirley MacLaine clams up! Gilbert sings the theme from “Underdog”! And the boys praise the under-appreciated genius of Bud Abbott! In Honor/Memory of Gilbert Gottfried who passed "Too Soon" of Myotonic Dystrophy Type Two: Please consider a donation to the research of this debilitating disease. Donate here: http://giveto.urmc.edu/DM2Research By show's end I do hope that you find something to enjoy.There are so many soundcasts out there, and none of us could possibly listen to them all. I wonder what the percentage is of comedians that have podcasts? I imagine it is a large percentage. Personally, comedians and musicians are among my favorite classes of people. Aside from loved ones or people that I know well in my actual life, comedians and musicians seem to leave the biggest gaps in the world when they leave us behind. Thankfully, they have a body of work that we can revisit if we were to desire to do so. We can laugh and sing with them until we literally cannot laugh and/or sing anymore for one reason or another, including our own deaths. Most importantly, if you love people or otherwise hold them in high regard, don't miss an opportunity to express the way you feel about them to them. You never know when it will be too late. I don't really have anything new to add as far as those sorts of sentiments go. I just keep on keepin' on because that's what we do. We carry on because we must. So, tune in next week for Marc Hershon's episode 303 and I will hopefully talk at you in two weeks for Epi304. Until then, be decent to each other, try to stay safe, and if someone asks you if you have heard anything worth listening to lately and we come to mind, don't forget to pass the Succotash… — Tyson Saner
This week on the Southern Fried Philslophy Podcast: Erin is back for the finale of Fish Sandwich Madness. Producer Brian goes camping in the cold and Biggun wins Big Brother of the Year for the state of NC. We're joined by Special Guest Wendy McConnell to learn about the history of racisim in America. Southern Fried Philosophy ****************************** Become an SFP Insider Today! Click the link to join us! Music SFP Intro - Lenny The Band YouTube subscribers Sponsors Watchman Cigar Level Up Logo Red Hill Brewing Crave Bath and Body How you be durrin - Crave Bath and Body Next week: No Show Southern Phrase Of The Week: Follow up/Discuss Are you a woman? Fish Sandwich Bracket Gilbert Godfrey passing, join Louie Anderson, Bob safety, norm mcdonald this year Wacky News - Level Up Logo Florida woman finds real love with man whose photo was used in catfish plot In the Pursuit of… Racial Understanding Next week: Dr. Lucretia Berry is an antiracism curriculum specialist, course designer and author of What LIES Between Us - Fostering First Steps Toward Racial Healing, a TEDx speaker, and a writer for in(courage).me. She earned her Ph.D. in Curriculum and Instruction from Iowa State University and her BA from South Carolina State University In the Pursuit of… guests Next week: we are having a week off and back on the 14th with In The Pursuit of Race Reconciliation
#BobSaget, #LouieAnderson, #NormMcDonald and now #GilbertGottfried 2022 has not been a good year for Comedians. We talk #Zelinsky's start as a comic, the audio that surfaced about #JadaPinkettSmith filming her husband that pushed us to be more team #ChrisRock, #WillSmith's Oscar banishment, #JimmyKimmel Vs #RepGreene and #MattGaetz , a very special voicemail, the #NYCSubwayshooting and #OpenBorders..we cover a lot on this episode
HEADPHONE WARNING! WE WILL GET LOUD AT TIMES!! Did you think we could go a week without another news desk? Well, in the words of the late Gilbert Gottfried...YOU FOOL! The Password is indeed news desk, as there's been a hosting announcement made. For the following, there is a trigger/content warning, as this week's episode will discuss the topic of suicide. If you or anyone else you know is suffering from thoughts or ideations, you are not alone. PLEASE call (800) 273-8255 or visit https://suicidepreventionlifeline.org/. However, our main focus of tonight's show is Family Feud. On the first of a two-part deep dive, we'll be taking a look at the middle years, after Richard Dawson's run ended in 1985, CBS brought the show back in 1988, and the syndicated run started in 1999. We'll be discussing the CBS run as well as the early syndication, saving Steve Harvey for next week. For those interested in the Ray Combs Revival, a link to the documentary is here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BdfRwn71RHc While you're here, join us on Discord! https://discord.gg/aydMgvUN9d
Description of events (blurb): The prodigal son returns! Former Late Night Playset intern Joey ‘The Stiglette' Andrews comes back to the show for the first time in a while, to make an exciting announcement! The Ryan's and Producer Mike talk about how we feel when celebs we appreciate pass on, like Louie Anderson, Bob Saget, and Gilbert Gottfried. It's also David Letterman's birthday! After the commercial great ‘The Stiglette' joins the panel and announces his intention to move up in his racing career from kart to car. He wants to spread the word of driving and racing to the younger generations; the automotive community is a place that anyone can be involved with in all sorts of ways. An inspiration in work ethic, Joey juggles his kart racing, his YouTube video shooting/editing with having a life as well, while nurturing his aspirations to get into Formula 1. Come on by and be part of the Late Night Playset community! Inside Jokes: Happy Da! Let's play the feud! Ronnie's block party, having time to daydream is a good thing, he even brought a clip! Final destination style, Back on Thursday with the mystery theater guys! Hashtags: #stclairinsurance #coverageforyourtoys @autokennel #series1films #bettercallpaul #theryans #mrsryan #itstonightsshow #formerinternmakesgood @thestiglette #happybirthdaydave #bubbles #stigletteexpress #strippeddownboxster #youcandothis Follow us on Instagram! @autoimmunityfoundation @porschelife111 @newlifeofoldnicole @shazamike @latenightplayset @goodvibesbreakfastclub --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/latenightplayset/message
Today we celebrate the Best of the Best with our 2000th episode of The Family with some of our favorite friends and guests of the show like Don Shelby, JayBee & our beloved Louie Anderson and so much more See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Animation editor Joe Molinari is on the Creatively Christian podcast, interviewed by Brannon Hollingsworth. Joe recounts how he accidentally got into the animation industry and gives tips for those working in any job as a Believer. Additionally, Joe gives encouragement for anyone facing big decisions, urging all of us to trust in God's intent for our lives and not our own plan. After various odd jobs in Hollywood, Joe found his way to Hyperion Animation where he began his first editing job on comedian Louie Anderson's Life with Louie. That opportunity began what is now nearly a 30-year career in the industry, which includes work at such studios as Hanna-Barbera, Sony Pictures Animation, Warner Bros, and Cartoon Network. Of those 30 years, however, Joe has spent 25 of them at the Walt Disney Company. For the Mouse House, Joe has edited on such shows as Hercules the Series, House of Mouse, Kim Possible, Sofia the First, and Big Hero 6: The Series (for which he received two Annie nominations and a win for Best Editing). Currently, Joe is working on Disney Junior's Mickey Mouse Funhouse. Joe resides in Burbank, CA with Julie (now celebrating 30 years of marriage), 7 children, 2 dogs, and a hamster. He also serves as a deacon in the Men's Ministry at Grace Community Church in Sun Valley. This episode can also be found on YouTube. Show Notes The following resources were mentioned in the show or are useful resources recommended by the guests. Links might be marked as affiliates, meaning we earn a commission if you buy through the link. Nothing to report here! Learn More About Our Guest You can follow this guest on several platforms, including: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/joe.molinari.3LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/joe-molinari-2a20b74 Credits This show is produced by Theophany Media. The theme music is by Bill Brooks and Andrea Sandefur. Our logo is by Bill Brooks. This show is hosted by are Brannon Hollingsworth, Andrea Sandefur, Dave Ebert, and Rachel Anna. Jake Doberenz produces. Follow Theophany Media and the podcast on Facebook, Twitter, or Instagram.
Will Smith makes us care about the Oscars, Venus Williams nip-slip overshadowed, Lady Gaga's elder abuse, Eli joins us, Antonio Brown's revenge porn, and Mr. Skin joins us for the 23rd Annual Anatomy Awards.2022 Oscars: Will Smith slaps Chris Rock over a lame joke, but feel free to bang his wife. We all saw Venus Williams nipple, but Will Smith was crying at that moment. Drew declares Mila Kunis 'worst dressed'. Francis Ford Coppola apologizes to a dead guy. Liza Minnelli had no idea where she was last night as Lady Gaga takes advantage of another elderly person.Tommy Lee makes Taylor Hawkin's death all about him.Mr. Skin zooms in to announce the winners of the 23rd Annual Anatomy Awards.Eli Zaret joins us to discuss the Detroit Lions on Hard Knocks, the NFL Draft in Detroit in 2024, Gretchen Whitmer's odd victory lap, Coach K's fairy tale ending, and give his weekly recap of HBO's Winning Time.Please use our Amazon portal.Podcast Stuff: Kevin Smith has many podcasts. The Smartless podcast bumbled their interview with Radiohead. Oscars Part Two: Jaden Smith loves violence. Drew declares Tracee Ellis Ross the 2nd worst dressed. Sean Penn MUST smelt his Oscar now. Jessica Chastain got political. David Letterman made the best statement.The "Don't Say Gay" bill passed in Florida. Disney vows to help repeal the bill.ABNN: Antonio Brown is threatening revenge porn over a measly $5,000.Clarence Thomas' wife is an insurrectionist. We remember Long Dong Silver.Oscars Part Three: Tony Hawk made an Oscars appearance with Shaun White & Kelly Slater. Travis Barker showed up because he's everywhere. Gmac Cash samples the Smith/Rock slap for a new tune. Elliot Page is ripped... but really short. Marc counted 32 minutes before the first white guy spoke. Billie Eilish won another award. This wasn't the first time Chris Rock dissed JPS. The Academy launches a 'formal review'.Marc's favorite oligarch, Roman Abramovich, has been poisoned.Joe Biden is straining to do some explaining.Trump News: Donald Trump is worried about climate change. The Donald shot a hole-in-one. Trump is very upset with the NYT again. Trump's granddaughter is good at golf.Kim Jong-Un dropped this sweet hype video.Oscars Part Four: Bob Saget, Norm Macdonald and Louie Anderson got SNUBBED. The Stafford's go Hollywood.Social media is dumb, but we're on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter (Drew and Mike Show, Marc Fellhauer, Trudi Daniels and BranDon).
Leila Rahimi and Chris Rongey conducted another edition of Score Tales. Rahimi introduced Rongey to Danny Parkins' gaffe of "RIP Louie Anderson ... WAIT." Meanwhile, Rongey introduced Rahimi to The Hello Game and explained the Mike Murphy sneezing voicemail.
Comedy legend Margaret Cho lost some of her dear friends over the last year in Bob Saget and Louie Anderson, but still prefers the intimacy of the clubs over playing theaters.
Steve is back at the historic Zanie's in Nashville to break down stand up from Earthquake and the great Louie Anderson with comedian Chance Willie. Live Dates - www.stevebyrnelive.com IG - instagram.com/stevebyrnelive Twitter - twitter.com/stevebyrnelive Facebook - Facebook.com/stevebyrnelive Copyright Disclaimer under Section 107 of the copyright act 1976, allowance is made for fair use for purposes such as criticism, comment, news reporting, scholarship, and research. Fair use is a use permitted by copyright statute that might otherwise be infringing. Non-profit, educational or personal use tips the balance in favour of fair use.
After a couple of false starts, Chris Plumer has been doing stand-up in Buffalo steadily since 2014. He's become a reliable laugh and a regular at the Helium Comedy Club and became Buffalo's Funniest Person in 2019 -- a title he maintained until 2021, making him the longest-running champion of all time. He's also a game show host and is always creating something. He hosts Live Reads: A Podcast, which comes out every Wednesday.Follow Chris Plumer: Twitter: https://twitter.com/ChrisPlumerInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/thecrownjewelofthegreatlakes/Podcast: https://open.spotify.com/show/6fIWRuDwqcjIiPTlADfuOXSupport the show (https://www.patreon.com/bePatron?u=26369154)
Steve is back at the historic Zanie's in Nashville to break down stand up from Walter Latham and the great Louie Anderson with comedian Chance Willie. Live Dates - www.stevebyrnelive.com IG - instagram.com/stevebyrnelive Twitter - twitter.com/stevebyrnelive Facebook - Facebook.com/stevebyrnelive
A house-filling favorite in Las Vegas since she opened as one of the hottest tickets in town in June 2000, Rita Rudner is known for her epigrammatic one-liners. Over the course of a multi-year run she sold almost two million tickets, grossed over a hundred million dollars and become the longest-running solo female comedy show in the history of Las Vegas. She was named Las Vegas's Comedian of The Year nine years in a row and in 2006 received The Nevada Ballet's Woman Of The Year Award. In October 2017 she was given the Casino Entertainment Legend Award. Rita's first solo HBO special, “Rita Rudner's One Night Stand”, was nominated for several awards, as was her eponymous English BBC television show that later appeared in the USA on A&E. Rudner's two one-hour specials for HBO, “Born to Be Mild” and “Married Without Children,” were ratings standouts and she performed all over the country, filling Carnegie Hall in New York three times. In 2008 Rita Rudner: Live From Las Vegas was PBS's first ever stand-up comedy special. Rita Rudner has written five books; her bestselling non-fiction titles, Naked Beneath My Clothes Rita Rudner's Guide to Men and I Still Have It…I Just Can't Remember Where I Put It, plus the novels Tickled Pink and Turning the Tables. The audio version of Naked Beneath My Clothes received a Grammy nomination. She is currently working on her autobiography, My Life in Dog Years. Rudner is a frequent collaborator with her writer/producer husband of thirty years, Martin Bergman. The couple's first produced film script was “Peter's Friends.” The film, starring Emma Thompson, Hugh Laurie, Kenneth Branagh, Imelda Staunton, Stephen Fry, and Rita, won the Evening Standard Peter Sellers Award for Best British Film and was nominated for the Goya Award for Best European Film of 1994. The script was nominated for a WGA Best Screenplay Award and Rita won Best Supporting Actress at the American Comedy Awards. Rita Rudner moved to New York at the age of fifteen to become a dancer on Broadway. She appeared in several shows, including the original productions of “Follies” and “Mack and Mabel.” It was while in “Annie” on Broadway that she began exploring the comedy clubs of Manhattan. In the early ‘80s, Rudner took a full-time leap from chorus lines to punch lines and was soon a regular guest on both Late Night With David Letterman and The Tonight Show. In June 2016 Rita was invited and honored to speak about her career and technique in comedy at Cambridge University, England. In 2017 she was invited by Oprah Winfrey to appear on a cruise to Alaska that Oprah did in partnership with Holland America. In 2018, Rita's tenth TV special was released – A Tale Of Two Dresses. The special also featured Rita and Martin's singer/songwriter daughter Molly Bergman. In September 2018, Rita appeared at the Laguna Playhouse in the new musical comedy “Two's A Crowd.”The show was staged off-Broadway in New York in 2019, and plans were in the works to transfer it to a larger New York theater in 2020 when the Covid pandemic forced those plans to be abandoned. JONES.SHOW is a weekly podcast featuring host Randall Kenneth Jones (author, speaker & creative communications consultant) and Susan C. Bennett (the original voice of Siri). JONES.SHOW is produced and edited by Kevin Randall Jones. Rita Runder Online: Twitter: https://twitter.com/ritarudner Web: www.RitaRudner.com JONES.SHOW Online: Join us in the Jones.Show Lounge on Facebook. Twitter (Randy): https://twitter.com/randallkjones Instagram (Randy): https://www.instagram.com/randallkennethjones/ Facebook (Randy): https://www.facebook.com/mindzoo/ Web: RandallKennethJones.com Follow Randy on Clubhouse Twitter (Susan): https://twitter.com/SiriouslySusan Instagram (Susan): https://www.instagram.com/siriouslysusan/ Facebook (Susan): https://www.facebook.com/siriouslysusan/ Web: SusanCBennett.com Follow Susan on Clubhouse LinkedIn (Kevin): https://www.linkedin.com/in/kevin-randall-jones/ Web: KevinRandallJones.com www.Jones.Show
This week on Story & Craft, we launch our debut episode with one of the funniest guys I know. Craig Shoemaker is a comedian, actor, writer, producer, author and entrepreneur. He's known by many as “The Lovemaster”, and has garnered a large following through his decades as a touring act, as well as through his specials on Comedy Central, Showtime, Netflix and Amazon Prime. He has received high praise and recognition throughout his career, including a couple of Emmys and an American Comedy Award. He's now bringing the funny to offer up laughter as medicine. We celebrate the lives of Bob Saget and Louie Anderson, chat about the healing powers of “the funny”...and much more! Listen and subscribe on your favorite podcast app. Also, check out the show and sign up for the newsletter at http://www.storyandcraftpod.com (www.storyandcraftpod.com).
Michael Wheels Parise calls Las Vegas Producer Adam Steck, CEO of SPI Entertainment, Steck Productions International. Adam and Wheels go back about 15 years. Adam tells his story about how he started in show business in NYC. to putting on shows in Ukraine and Russia to eventually becoming one of the most influential producers and entertainment companies in Las Vegas. Adam produced, Mike Tyson, Pawn Stars, The Australian Bee Gees, Louie Anderson, Andrew Dice Clay and of course the most famous male review and longest running in Las Vegas, Thunder From Down Under and so many more. Adam gives you a inside look at Las Vegas, what happened during and after the pandemic and Sunday Gravy. You gotta listen, Don't Eat All the Meatballs.
Emotional Moments at the SAG Awards: The in Memoriam segment did not disappoint. Louie Anderson was honored. Will Smith's acceptance speech was perfect in so many ways. Julia's Random Thoughts: A Family from Northern Minnesota set a world record for the Tallest family. Neil Diamond Sells Music Catalog, Recording Rights to Universal Music Group Hollywood Speak: What are the 2 words that keep celebrity plastic surgery quiet.
On this edition of The Other Side of Midnight: Frank Morano is keepin' it real. How one we let our collective mind wander to parts unknown in Ask Frank Anything. We share what we've never done and will never dare to do. We confront the actions of those we'd rather forget in Denunciations. Mark Malkoff, comedian, writer, filmmaker and the host of The Carson Podcast talks about Johnny Carson's legacy; the passing of Louie Anderson, Norm Macdonald, Bob Saget
[Spoiler Alert] In this episode of K-Drama School, Grace discusses the show Winter Sonata (2002, KBS) and how it catapulted Bae Yong-joon and Choi Ji-woo into hallyu fame. Grace wonders how it was possible for Bae Yong-joon to retire from acting. Is there such a thing as retiring from art? Is that possible? Where does the love for that art form go when one retires their career? Grace's guest is LA-based comedian Willie Simon (@williesimon_ on Instagram). They discuss growing up in Maui, college and comedy in Seattle, witnessing aging, Louie Anderson, witnessing comics who bomb but are oblivious to it, and how to write a K-drama like Stars Wars. Follow @KDramaSchool on Instagram, Twitter and TikTok. Visit kdramachool.com to learn more.
This episode originally aired on June 22nd, 2014 Steve Cooper talks with actor Richard Karn. Richard earned a B.F.A. at the University of Washington in their Professional Actor Training Program and played in off-Broadway and Broadway productions (his Broadway debut was playing a suit of armor in Me and My Girl), in the 1980s. However, it was his role as the shy, but confident Al Borland on the 1990s television sitcom Home Improvement that made him a star. He discovered it by accident after he ran a stop sign, was sent to traffic school, and met an agent who told him about the Home Improvement audition. Looking back at the success of the series and his beloved character, it seems hard to believe that the actor kept his job as an apartment manager during the first season, unsure of the fledgling show's future. During his years on the sitcom, he appeared as a host for TV specials and in made-for-TV films, including ABC's Picture Perfect and HBO's Bram Stoker's Legend of the Mummy. Following Home Improvement, he found a new niche as a game-show host, replacing Louie Anderson as the host of Family Feud, and Patrick Duffy as the host of Bingo America. He is an avid golfer and has become a national spokesman for the Mr. Handyman franchise. Cooper Talk website: CooperTalk --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/supercoolradio/support
Featured Beer: Manimal IPA by Lost Woods Brewing, Bonney Lake, WA; Join the crew as they celebrate the lives of Pop-Culture icons Louie Anderson and Meatloaf by covering some little known and interesting facts of both figures. The guys then take on the random topic generator which provides some interesting insight into each of the hosts and leads to some interesting discussion on all kinds of pop-culture topics.
Martha Kelly spent close to two decades as a semi-successful, hilariously deadpan stand-up comedian before her friend Zach Galifianakis called her up out of nowhere and asked her to play one of the main roles on his beloved FX series ‘Baskets.' It was that opportunity that led directly to her most powerful performance to date as Laurie, the dangerously deadpan drug dealer who holds the fate of Zendaya's Rue in her hands on HBO's ‘Euphoria.' In this bonus episode, Kelly opens up for the first time about how the “intimidating” part fell in her lap, why she seriously considered saying no and how her own experience as an addict impacted her performance. She also shares stories about how her comedy career evolved after getting sober, acting opposite a very intense Adam Driver in ‘Marriage Story' and the pure joy of working with the late Louie Anderson on ‘Baskets.'Follow Martha Kelly on Twitter @MarthaKelly3 and Instagram @mkellyatxFollow Matt Wilstein on Twitter @mattwilsteinFollow The Last Laugh on Instagram @lastlaughpod Highlights from this episode and others at The Daily Beast See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
End of 2021/start of 2022 haven't been kind to comedy legends. Louie Anderson was one of the biggest… NOT A FAT JOKE WE SWEAR (you know he'd he'd appreciate it anyway). He left behind a lot of legendary roles and the one you definitely forgot about was his young self going through all the fun of a kid in the 60s with a sweeter than sweet mom and a cranky, pstd'd out dad. Life with Louie was a short lived, wildly underrated fox kids show that was definitely not as kid friendly as we thought but absolutely had the Louie comedic stylings all over it. Listen and watch along with us as we beer about this one and reminisce the great comic we lost. #comicscartooonsandcraftbeer #comicscartooonsandcraftbeerthepodcast #comics #cartoons #craftbeer #craft #beer #podcast #pod #cccbthep #cccb #ashareduniverse #louieanderson #lifewithlouie #foxkids #RIP #Staytooned --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/comics-cartoons-craftbeer/support
Louie Anderson guests stars as Bingham Parret the son of the Caviar King. Some people are trying to kill him to get his caviar because his caviar contact stole it and now Russia is pissed. Steele and Holt have to help him get his caviar back to avoid an international incident. It doesn't make a lot of sense, but it's pretty fun!
Dom Irrera is live from the Laugh Factory with his brother from an Irish mother and co-host Mark Hayes. This is Dom's reunion with comedian and TV prankster Jamie Kennedy. When these three comedy masterminds meet laughs will fly and podcasting will never be the same when they discuss living in Philly, sports tantrums, and Bob Saget's impact on their careers.
Casey and Chris hit the highway like a battering ram on their silver-black phantom bikes. When the metal is hot, and the engine is hungry... we're all about to see the light! Recording podcasts through the night! Enjoy and check out the other great shows on the DFAT ENTERTAINMENT podcast network! If you or someone you know is a fan of any of our podcasts show them some support with some apparel from White Imprints! INTRO RIP: Meatloaf, Louie Anderson, Peter Robbins (voice of Charlie Brown) Geekin Out Marvel - Movies, TV & Games Moon Knight trailer reactions DC - Movies, TV & Games The Batman tickets 2/10 Ivory Aquino cast in Batgirl Titans S4 casting Batman Everybody Lies SW - Movies, TV & Games Mary Elizabeth Winstead cast in Ahsoka TOR Legacy of the Sith trailer Lego Skywalker Saga April 5th Comics DC - Death of the JL, New BOP & Arrowverse Earth Prime Marvel - Amazing Spider-Man #1 4/6 & 2 Cap ongoing series IDW - The Rocketeer & Star Trek: Ferengi BOOM! - The Vampire Slayer COMMERCIAL Crowd$ourcery Marvel Zombies KS TV/Streaming Cuphead new trailer stream 2/18 The Boys presents Diabolical hits Mar 4 - teaser Bad Crimes castings Star Trek SNW May 5th - S2 greenlit more premiere dates
Barry Katz is universally known for representing iconic artists like Louie Anderson, Ken Jeong, Andy Dick, Hasan Minhaj, and Mike Epps, giving the first quality stage time in New York City and Boston to future stars like Kevin Hart, Ed Helms, Sarah Silverman, Anthony Clark, Dave Attell, Bobcat Goldthwait, Dana Gould, Timothy Olyphant, Denis Leary, and the late Patrice O'Neal, as well as helping launch the careers of some of the most extraordinary comedy artists in the business—including Dave Chappelle, Nick Swardson, Louie CK, Felipe Esparza, Bill Burr, Frank Caliendo, Marc Maron, Whitney Cummings, Bill Bellamy, Judah Friedlander, Wanda Sykes, Bert Kreischer, Jeff Dye, Jim Gaffigan, Dane Cook, Steve Byrne, Jeffrey Ross, Neil Brennan, and former and present SNL stars Darrell Hammond, Jay Mohr, Melissa Villasenor, Jim Breuer, and Tracy Morgan. Throughout his career, Katz has sold 39 out of 40 stand-up comedy specials he produced and has brokered an unprecedented 100 TV development deals, created 3 television shows, and executive produced over 50 different specials, documentaries, reality shows, and scripted series. BARRY KATZ WEBSITE: https://www.barrykatz.com/ CHECKOUT "THE BLUEPRINT FOR SUCCESS IN THE COMEDY BUSINESS": https://www.patreon.com/barrykatz LISTEN TO BARRY KATZ'S PODCAST ON SPOTIFY: https://open.spotify.com/show/6nxBBt0Bg6ls8YSisUT2LI?si=3hNFxkO0ThezOcxVSnrfUQ&nd=1 BARRY KATZ INSTAGRAM: https://www.instagram.com/barrykatz/ BARRY KATZ TWITTER: https://mobile.twitter.com/BarryKatz/with_replies?ref_src=twsrc%255Egoogle%257Ctwcamp%255Eserp%257Ctwgr%255Eauthor . WATCH SHORT VIDEOS & MORE AT BRAVURAS INSTAGRAM (@bravuras_official_show): https://www.instagram.com/bravuras_official_show/ BRAVURAS YOUTUBE: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC3ejT8HY37hNt3lMc7dHD1g . CREDITS John Lennon - Imagine (Lyrics): https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bNnFFKv_NyI
Tonight! Star Trek Renewals all around! New Star Wars games announced, More Suicide Squad for HBO MAx, Pip was last minute, an interview with author Carrie Harris https://carrieharrisbooks.com/ and we remember Yvette Mimieux, Sharyn Moffett, Louie Anderson, Howard Hessman, and MeatLoaf. All that and more on this jam-packed edition of Multiverse Tonight!Support the show (https://ko-fi.com/multiverse)
In this weeks episode we're talking about Meatloaf and Louie Anderson. We talk about the newest changes to the M&Ms mascots and a whole lot more. Don't forget to rate, subscribe, and enjoy! --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app
The "Dirty Sons of Pitches" are looking at the annuls of goofy television this week as they combine two blowhard TV personas to make a new pitch. The guys watch and discuss 2016's "Mindhorn" from Netflix and 2002's unexpected spy thriller "Confessions of a Dangerous Mind," where the host of "the Gong Show" was really a CIA hitman. Available on Apple and Spotify Episode 335 includes: -R.I.P. Meat Loaf and Louie Anderson and "sexy M&Ms." -No more dwarves in "Snow White and the Seven Dwarves"? About time. -"Voyagers" and "the Humans" are two films to skip. -"Happily" is a worthwhile exercise that almost makes it to the end. -Switch the Pitch -- "Mindhorn" / "Confessions of a Dangerous Mind" -The guys discuss the dry British comedy "Mindhorn" from the team behind "The Mighty Boosh," and more so discuss George Clooney's directorial debut, the Charlie Kaufman-penned "Confessions of a Dangerous Mind." Then they combine elements of both to make a brand-new pitch.
Check out Human Dior if you are local to Dallas We had a pour a lil liquor out for the fallen soldiers; Wavy Navy Pooh, Betty White, Andre Leon Talley, Louie Anderson, Ian Alexander Jr. Fake gurus are at an all time high in 2022 and we barley starting the year off. Kevin Gates has superpowers, but all jokes aside, Kevin spits some real facts about mental health and his experience. OBJ received his salary all in Bitcoin amongst one of the biggest Cryptocurrency crashes ever. Money messages Vote For Gary (the dope smoking senator) Outlaw Mel Interlude (check out https://youtu.be/M_M30HYMskM ) Kenzo Show LV Show produced by Tyler The Creator DJ Khalid was on the hard wood but never put his foot on the hardwood? Is this nigga doing the most right now? Who's the sultan of Drip? – Tons of things were discussed, just tap in.. Sign up for Bitrue today to get access to cryptocurrency trading, investments, loans, DeFi, vote staking, and more! You can receive up to 50% commission when your friends make trades on hundreds of supported coins! https://www.bitrue.com/act/partner/landing?cn=900000&inviteCode=EAHVZAW This Episode is sponsored by Adam & Eve make sure you use promo code PPOG with all your Sneaky Links this Valentine's Season Adam & Eve is currently offering 50% off almost any item, plus 10 FREE GIFTS (item for her, item for him, item for both, 6 movies and free shipping) with promo code PPOG. Be sure to use offer code PPOG, again that's PPOG because without it…there will be NO FREE VALENTINE'S STUFF! Our website is still up and active however we are in the process of throwing some D's on it. In the meantime join our slack channel.
The guys start out discussing the recent snowstorms in North America, the politeness (or lack thereof) of Torontonians, Ali's toothache and leaving your phone number with bakeries. Then the guys discuss the recent deaths of Louie Anderson and Bob Saget. They start by discussing the legendary Louie Anderson (5:40) his acting on shows such as ‘Baskets' and his legacy in comedy. The guys then discuss Bob Saget, his television work and the contrast to his outrageous stand up personality (17:48). They then discuss his legacy and the impact he made on his peers in the entertainment industry. Bob was also an advocate for scleroderma research, as his sister passed away from this disease several years ago. Ali then asks Asif about scleroderma (27:50) and Asif explains the manifestations of this disease and how it is one aspect of systemic sclerosis. Asif talks about the various symptoms, why it can be so hard to diagnose, and how it is treated. The opinions expressed are those of the hosts, and do not reflect those of any other organizations. This podcast and website represents the opinions of the hosts. The content here should not be taken as medical advice. The content here is for entertainment and informational purposes only, and because each person is so unique, please consult your healthcare professional for any medical questions. Music courtesy of Wataboi and 8er41 from Pixabay Contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org Follow us on Social media: Twitter: @doctorvcomedian Instagram: doctorvcomedian Show Notes: Louie Anderson, Iconic Stand-Up Comic and ‘Baskets' Star, Dies at 68: https://www.hollywoodreporter.com/tv/tv-news/louie-anderson-dead-comedian-baskets-star-1235078681/ Wesley Snipes, Henry Winkler, Adam Sandler, George Wallace Remember Louie Anderson: “Heaven Has a Hell of an Open Mic Night Goin' Right About Now: https://www.hollywoodreporter.com/tv/tv-news/louie-anderson-dead-hollywood-tributes-1235078703/ Bob Saget, comedian and 'Full House' star, dead at 65: https://www.cnn.com/2022/01/09/entertainment/bob-saget-death-full-house/index.html The Generators with Trent McClellan- Bob Saget: https://play.acast.com/s/the-generators-with-trent-mcclellan/bobsaget Weeks before he died, Bob Saget opened up about the tragic death of his sister: https://www.cbsnews.com/news/bob-saget-sister-gay-scleroderma/ Bob Saget Said He Would Keep Fighting Scleroderma 'Until I'm Gone' in Interview Weeks Before Death: https://people.com/tv/bob-saget-said-he-would-keep-fighting-scleroderma-until-im-gone-in-interview-weeks-before-death/ Scleroderma Research Foundation: https://srfcure.org/ Scleroderma Canada: https://www.scleroderma.ca/
This week on Episode #175 of The #GMTEPodcast, The Express Takes are Rumbling with Fire once again as I cover these topics for you. It starts with my weekly Recap and Thoughts on WWE Friday Night SmackDown, AEW Friday Night Rampage, & WWE Monday Night Raw. Find out why I thought Raw was actually a good show heading into The Royal Rumble. I break down the numbers and ratings for those show as well as WWE NXT & AEW Dynamite from last week. Lots of bounce back for the shows this week except for one & it's not the one you think it is. I go over some WWE News including Mustafa Ali getting his request for release denied by Vince McMahon. It's WWE Royal Rumble time and I give you my preview and predictions for the event. Lots of talk about Ronda Rousey possibly returning for The Royal Rumble. I'll tell you if I think it's going to happen or not in my opinion. It's Conference Title Time for The NFL Playoffs. It's Bengals/Chiefs & 49ers/Rams for the right to go to The Super Bowl. Find out if I'm going with chalk or if I see any upsets taking place. The Baseball Hall of Fame announced their class for 2002 & only 1 player got in. David Ortiz makes it in on his 1st year. I'll let you know who I think should have made it in this year. Robot Umpires are advancing to Triple-A Baseball for this season & I don't like it. Finally we end the podcast with my look at the career of the late Louie Anderson who passed away recently. I hope you are all doing well. Sit back, grab a cold water, & Keep It In Full Drive for Episode #175 of The #GMTEPodcast. Thanks Everyone!!!
For the first album reviews of 2022, Tyler D. and Jarrell give their thoughts on the latest projects from The Weeknd, Earl Sweatshirt & Underoath. In entertainment news, they discuss Daniel Radcliffe portraying Weird Al in a new biopic film. But before that Jarrell gives tribute to recently deceased celebrities Louie Anderson and Meatloaf Topic Time StampMeatloaf Tribute 14:40Louie Anderson Tribute 24:47Weird Al Bio-pic 39:09The Weeknd Review 50:34Underoath Review 1:16:27Earl Sweatshirt Review 1:45:11Email: email@example.comFacebook: facebook.com/puppetreviews15Twitter: @puppetreviews15Instagram: @puppetreviews15Patreon: patreon.com/puppetperspectives
Remembering Louie Anderson & more - Talkin' Baloney LIVE!Talkin' Baloney Podcast - covering Pop Culture, Sports, Family and Friends - Nothing is Off Limits! Except politics. And religion. But everything else...Jim Deezy and The Big Guy remember the great Louie Anderson, on his passing at age 68.Plus, Melly Mels joins the show to offer a counter-point to our Cobra Kai Season 4 coverage...And - plenty of Baloney Nation questions plus a Mystery Taste Test!Follow this link https://www.buzzsprout.com/?referrer_id=819616 and Buzzsprout will give you a $20 Amazon gift card if you sign up for a paid plan, and that helps support our show.Like and Subscribe! - Call or Text the Baloney Nation Hotline (585-484-1770) and leave us a question or comment! Visit the Talkin' Baloney merchandise store - https://classywolf.square.site/shop/2
It's an encore presentation of Episode 310 from 2017, with Louie Anderson. There's also a brand new Song the Week from The Connells. LINKS: Fangirl's blog. Nearly Liza YouTube channel. Check it out! PF, Fangirl, and Lizzie on the Travel Channel. Follow Liz Draws Ink on Instagram @nearlyliza Buy a T-shirt from Cincy Shirts OR Old School Shirts, it helps the show! Be sure to click over to Fangirl's NEW blog, CheckCheckHey! and her photo blog. Follow P.F. on Twitter @PF66 and like this podcast on Facebook. PF's Tape Recorder logo designed by Dan Koabel
Show #2269: On today's podcast, we gave our best “One Liner” jokes in observance of National One Liner Day! And the world is saddened by the passing of Meatloaf & Louie Anderson, so we remember both! All this and more on today's podcast of the Mike & Carla Morning Show!
After inking a deal with ABC for $10 million, Mary-Kate and Ashley's production company, Dualstar releases its first two pieces of media: The Olsen Twins' Mother's Day Special, and Our First Video.Lani shares her experience watching the Olsen Twins Mother's Day Special – a Carol Burnett-style variety show from 1993 hosted by the twins featuring Tim Allen, Louie Anderson, and Joey Lawrence – in 2021. Becca dives into the twins' first direct-to-video tape, aptly named Our First Video. Unbeknownst to both of them, a lot of the same performances are in both.BONUS: The twins were long scrutinized for being “untalented.” Were Mary-Kate and Ashley bad actors, or did they do a pretty good job considering they were just two kids thrust into the spotlight at 6 months old? Find out on our new segment: The Acting Tracker.-----------------------------------------------------------The Olsen Twins Mother's Day SpecialMary-Kate and Ashley Olsen: Our First VideoMary-Kate and Ashley's Fun Club Promotional CommercialThoughts & Suggestions? Email us at:firstname.lastname@example.orgFind us on Instagram: @theythoughtiwasyou@beccaroth@laniharms