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Katie and Bridget go inside of youuuuuuu as they re-watch the movie: Forgetting Sarah Marshall! It's a story all about moving on from a bad break up and how following your dreams is important - especially if your dreams involve creating a Muppet-esq Dracula musical! Come along as we meet Peter, who just got broken up with by Sarah Marshall. He decides that going to Hawaii (WITHOUT BOOKING A ROOM AHEAD OF TIME!? DUDE!) is the best way to help him get over the break up, until he realizes that he's now on vacation with Sarah and her boyfriend Aldous Snow! But don't worry, on his vacation Peter meets Rachel, a Hawaiian Kardashian, who teaches him what it means to live life again! Will Peter and Sarah end up together? NO - Read the title for God's sake! Here's a better question - will Peter learn that doing a helicopter dick is too much? Does a man get beat up with a starfish? Released in 2008, the movie features a star-studded cast including Jason Segel, Kristen Bell, Mila Kunis, Paul Rudd, Bill Hader, Russell Brand, Jack McBrayer, and Jonah Hill!
Cathy shares a minisode about how to give yourself the grace to iterate, how the intention impacts the effect, and what we can learn from Jim Henson's long journey with the Muppets. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
How much actual stuff do we have in the world compared to what we need to make the 'Green Revolution' happen? This week's guest is another of those recently elevated to my pantheon of people I Must Listen To whatever they say and however they say it and I am genuinely thrilled to welcome him onto the podcast. Dr Simon Michaux has been a physicist and geologist. His PhD is in mining engineering and he worked for years in the mining industries in Australia. In 2015, he moved to Europe and became involved in urban mining, or reverse metallurgy, which is to say the recovery of essential minerals from existing waste - what we would call the beginnings of the circular economy - and from there, he moved to Scandinavia where he now works in the Geological Survey of Finland and is a regular advisor to the Finnish parliament. From all of which you will gather that Simon is deeply embedded in the actual physicality of the world we inhabit - and, because he's also committed to creating the future we want and need, he is growing ideas of the future we could inhabit. Of all the people I've encountered as I roam the digital web for ways we can shift our relationship with the living web, Simon is the one who has his finger on the actual logistics of what's going on - he can list the reasons why most of the targets for our transition away from fossil fuels are simply logistically impossible. It's not until you hear his crunching of the numbers that you begin to realise how much arm waving is going on in the corridors of power. How much raw self-delusion is being practice by the people who we still, at some deep subconscious level, trust to keep the show on the road. And I think we need to know this. It's hard. It's sobering. It's shocking, on many levels, but if we aren't grounded in reality then we're not going to build forward So hold onto your seats - this isn't easy, but we do need to know it. And then we need to plan our responses. Fast. (NB - that image is of a copper mine and the pollution from it is destroying an entire water system) https://www.simonmichaux.com/Assessment of the Extra Capacity Required of Alternative Energy Electrical Power Systems to Completely Replace Fossil Fuels https://tupa.gtk.fi/raportti/arkisto/42_2021.pdfAnswers to Hot Topics around the above report: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AdJH3tKjvzMWhat are the Raw Material Supply Bottlenecks to the Green Transition? The Need for a New Plan https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3o0xzCa2fLQNate Hagens and Simon, Part 1 https://podcasts.apple.com/gb/podcast/the-great-simplification-with-nate-hagens/id1604218333?i=1000562226501Nate Hagens Part 2 https://podcasts.apple.com/gb/podcast/the-great-simplification-with-nate-hagens/id1604218333?i=1000590149607
Cat and Melissa breakdown why Muppets Most Wanted is Tragical! Get ready for Gonzo's Chicken, international escape rooms, and a mole reveal. Throw some hooves!TRAGICAL PODCAST DOT COM
Okay, so here's the story: Three kids who call themselves monsters get locked in a basement as punishment, and they imagine they run a TV station. They enlist the help of their friends to tell stories, and bring “Pigs in Space” to animation. Here now is the story of how this monster show came to Saturday Morning. What kind of competition was this show up against? Do you remember the horrible mashup theme song? Just who made up this amazing cast? All these questions, and more, will be answered in this look at LITTLE MUPPET MONSTERS! Thanks for ‘tooning in. Support Us: patreon.com/SaturdayMornShare Us: SatMornPod@hotmail.comTwitter Us: @SatMornPodYouTube Us: tinyurl.com/yyhpwjeo Featured Music:“Nostalgic Happy Music” by AudioJungle - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QtxSUR6MQhw&t=2s“Happy Life” by Fredji - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KzQiRABVARk“I Feel You” by Kevin MacLeod” - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Uw8E3jjbUCE“Nostalgic” by OrangeHead - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wExcRoNNzAc“Breakfast Club” by Vodovoz - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2Spi22l3m5I“Horizons” by Atch - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=y-u53MADIag“80's Hijack” by Gee - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ndVqzJ9Lk6M&t=26s“Synthmania” by Vodovoz - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=M6r20TKnA6M“United” by Vodovoz - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ArjGQFCcHxA“Cool Blue” by Vodovoz - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Lp5cxZWP-wc #ABC #NBC #CBS #The80s #80s #cartoons #cartoon #animation #SaturdayMorning #1980 #1981 #1982 #1983 #1984 #1985 #1986 #1987 #1988 #1989 #Filmation #HannaBarbera #DePatieFreleng #RubySpears #Disney#Muppets
Outkick the Coverage with Clay Travis
The guys wonder if the Colts could make an offer for Lamar Jackson instead of drafting a QB with the 4th overall pick. The Raiders postpone Jimmy G's introductory presser leading some to believe they can make a better offer than the Jets for Aaron Rodgers. Plus, a Tournament version of Over/Under's.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
DIZNEY COAST TO COAST - The Ultimate Unofficial Disney Fan Podcast
Disney fans rejoice! On this episode, I'm chatting with Imagineer Joe Lanzisero who was the Creative Director for Mickey's Toontown when it opened 30 years ago in 1993. Listen as Joe discusses what a joy it was to build an entirely new land for Walt's original theme park. Plus, Joe chats about how a Winnie the Pooh attraction was being designed for Mickey's Toontown, how The Muppets were being considered to become part of the land, and the very simple reason as to why Mickey's Toontown was created in the first place. We discuss that and so much more, so buckle up and enjoy as we rewind the clock to 1993 to discuss all things Mickey's Toontown. Find links and info related to this episode in the show notes. ------ GIVEAWAYS, BONUSES, SUPPORT, AND SAVE: Gain early access to episodes, take part in Ask Me Anything live streams, and gain more bonuses by joining on Patreon. Support the show at no additional cost to you. Get yourself a FREE audiobook on Audible, and do your regular shopping on Amazon and shopDisney using my special links. Save money at Whosits & Whatsits using discount code "DCTC." Get FREE DISNEY GIFTS from DCTC. ------ BE SOCIAL: Follow @DizneyCTC and @JeffDePaoli on Instagram. ------ CONNECT: Write me at Contact@DePodcastNetwork.com Leave a voicemail at 818-860-2569 Visit the show at DizneyCoastToCoast.com Sign up for the DCTC Newsletter ------ "Dizney Coast to Coast" is part of the DePodcast Network. Love the show? Leave a tip.
You remind me of the pod…the pod with the geeks. Paul and Arlo fall down the rabbit hole of another Geek Challenge, this time pitting Jim Henson's 1986 cult classic Labyrinth against Jan Švankmajer's 1988 headtrip Alice. Henson's film finds Jennifer Connelly dancing with David Bowie and a variety of Muppets as she attempts to rescue her baby brother, while Švankmajer's finds Kristýna Kohoutová assailed by a variety of bizarre stop-motion creations and a taxidermied rabbit. It should be obvious who picked which movie. Topics of discussion include codpieces, sellouts, practical effects, and weird sex, among others. NEXT: Paul and Arlo ride through The Last of Us' post-apocalypse with the inestimable Dale Guffey and Ensley F. Guffey BREAKDOWN 00:00:52 - Intro / Reminiscence on Vomit 00:42:07 - Alice 01:19:20 - Labyrinth 02:11:50 - Outro / Next LINKS To Solve the Labyrinth: An Essay Film About a Fantasy Film by J.D. Hansel INTERVIEW WITH JAN ŠVANKMAJER by Virginie Sélavy, Electric Sheep MUSIC “Magic Dance” by David Bowie, Labyrinth (Original Soundtrack) (1986) “Alice” by Sisters of Mercy (1982) GOBBLEDYCARES National Suicide Prevention Lifeline: https://suicidepreventionlifeline.org/ Abortion Funds in Every State: https://bit.ly/AbortionFundsTwitter Support AAPI communities and those affected by anti-Asian violence: https://www.gofundme.com/c/act/stop-aapi-hate Support the AAPI Civic Engagement Fund: https://aapifund.org/ Support Black Lives Matter and find anti-racism resources: https://blacklivesmatters.carrd.co/ The Trevor Project provides information and support to LGBTQ youth: thetrevorproject.org Trans Lifeline: https://translifeline.org/ US (877) 565-8860 Canada (877) 330-6366 National Center for Transgender Equality: transequality.org Advocate for writers who might be owed money due to discontinuance of royalties: https://www.writersmustbepaid.org/ Help teachers and classrooms in need: https://www.donorschoose.org/ Do your part to remove the burden of medical debt for individuals, families, and veterans: https://ripmedicaldebt.org/ Register to vote: https://vote.gov/
Kirk R. Thatcher (director of "Muppet Treasure Island" and "Muppet Haunted Mansion", star of "Werewolf by Night" and the Punk on the Bus in "Star Trek IV - The Voyage Home AND "Star Trek Picard") joins “Back Through The Basement” podcast hosts Tom Antonellis and Julee Antonellis (fellow actors, fellow voiceover artists, fellow creatives) for a weird, wacky and occasionally Scottish-brogued Playdate! They talk vintage toys, "ET", "Star Trek", "The Muppets", "Star Wars", "Werewolf by Night", "Gremlins" and much more. Now in their forties, Julee and Tom Antonellis are reconnecting as brother and sister in THE MOST distant a socially-distant podcast can be in the United States. While recording on each coast (and seeing each other over FaceTime) all the way from Los Angeles (Tom) to Boston (Julee), they start unearthing the core lessons, laughs and connections of their childhood. Plus, Julee has to fight her fear of cobwebs while Tom enjoys the comfort of his office -- yet he CAN'T touch his beloved toys like she can. On their Instagram for this Voice Arts Awards-nominated podcast, [ @backthroughthebasementpod ] you can follow along to see pictures of everything they unearth. As the bio there indicates: Tom & Julee (actors, comics, voiceover artists & siblings), children of the 80s, must go through all their toys and belongings in their parents' basement. Oh boy![Season 6 of “Back Through The Basement” is sponsored by AirTamer.]Support the show
This week we welcome the fantastic Karla Dingle to the show. Karla has a very interesting improv journey and this chat details how she went from the retail world to the world of improv with Queen City Comedy and everything in between. As if the improv chat isn't enough to excite you, you are in for a treat as a whole host of other fascinating topics crop up, including the muppets and cultural differences such as biscuits in the UK compared to the US. It's a really fun chat that we know you are going to love. So sit back, relax and enjoy Karl's true story of making stuff up.
Continuing the interview fun, here's part 2 of our hosts asking each other some thought provoking questions.
Race Chaser with Alaska & Willam
Alaska and Willam want you to pay attention to what is happening in Tennessee! This week on Hot Goss they discuss the drag ban and how these laws can snowball in other states. Plus they read your letters in the DM's about future wedding plans, falling in love with a Ru girl, and the performative Covid dividers on Drag Race. And they are joined for a Tip Spot from 'Next In Fashion' contestant Godoy! Follow @protecttranshealthtn Listen to Race Chaser Ad-Free on MOM Plus Follow us on IG at @racechaserpod and click the link in bio for a list of organizations you can donate to in support of Black Lives Matter Rainbow Spotlight: Barbed Wire by Sam Kogon FOLLOW ALASKA https://twitter.com/Alaska5000 https://www.instagram.com/theonlyalaska5000 https://www.facebook.com/AlaskaThunder https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC9vnKqhNky1BcWqXbDs0NAQ FOLLOW WILLAM https://twitter.com/willam https://www.instagram.com/willam https://www.facebook.com/willam https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCrO9hj5VqGJufBlVJy-8D1g RACE CHASER IS A FOREVER DOG PODCAST Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Halloween en pleno marzo con dos cintas de terror: #Scream6 que toma Manhattan (como los Muppets) y la española #13Exorcismos. Además #EO y una advertencia de por qué NO debes verla (o si).Todo sobre nuestra transmisión especial de los #Oscars y la quiniela. ¿Ya participaste? Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
HBO's The Last of Us series is killing it, the Mario movie is nearly here, Arcane was amazing, and overall video game adaptations to TV and film are actually coming out well for once. So, on this week's episode of the Save Data Cast, the crew pitches a bunch of game adaptations that we would love to see made. At least one of them involves mobsters and the Muppets and sounds....actually kinda good? Have your own pitch for a video game adaptation? Share it with us in the comments, on twitter, or join our discord and start a conversation! We'd love to hear your ideas. And hey, TV execs, we're absolutely available to take your calls =P P.S. Watch Saving Throw
According to Lee, Kyle sounds like a Muppet. We don't need you to all agree at once, but it is just something we thought you should know. News has happened! The charts are changing (kinda). Things are going up. And down. Even sideways! And the game that shall not be named is not in this week's charts. There is much rejoicing from the peanut gallery... The ABK acquisition is still providing endless entertainment with the EU tipped to approve the deal. All thanks to Microsoft inking the 10-year COD deal with Nintendo. That was a very smart move, if we do say so ourselves. Xbox got a new controller to celebrate! It's bright. It's green. And it's very, very green. In fact, its so green, it's a feature. And we even have new games on GamePass to discuss! Kyle's Game Thing is going through some rough times. You see, there's going to be 100+ new games coming to Xbox in the next 3 weeks. And we can't guarantee they'll all be good. So in an effort to keep Lee awake, Kyle introduces a new challenge - find the noteworthy, sleeper hit game out of this weeks' list. On a side note - we're trying to get our YouTube watch hours up. And you can help! Just put us in in the background and let it play. You don't even need to be in the same room! In fact, we recommend listening to us this way. If you'd like to support the podcast, but don't know how, then just leave a review on your podcast platform of choice. It takes 2 seconds and helps in more ways than you can imagine. -- For everything about the podcast, check out our official website! Follow us on Twitter, find all our links on LinkTree and support us on Patreon. -- Your hosts are: Kyle: XarCrius on Xbox and Twitter Lee: Leehoward on Xbox and Twitter Simone: GymBeanNZ on Xbox and Twitter
Tread Perilously's crossover month continues as Baby and the Mystery Machine collide in the Supernatural episode called "ScoobyNatural." When Dean is awarded a widescreen TV for defeating a haunted dinosaur toy, he and Sam are transported into the animated reality of Scooby Doo, Where Are You! -- episode 16, "A Night of Fright Is No Delight" to be exact. While Sam frets about being a drawn character, Dean turns into a total fan even as he attempts to tempt Daphne away from Fred. But the merriment may get cancelled when the lighthearted events of the plot turn to real murder. Will a haunted television turn this crossover into something lethal? Justin admits to never being a Muppets guy, but he shares Dean's affection for Scooby Doo. A discussion of children's cartoons and the Looney Tunes breaks out. Erik envisions voice actor Frank Welker's mobile recording studio. Justin argues for Velma Dinkley as a Bisexual Icon. Justin waxes about the musical chases in the original series. The Scooby Doo and Supernatural formats are examined. The tendency toward real estate developers as the villain is explained. Matthew Lillard once gets all the praise, as does Grey Griffin. Velma and Sam prove to be a fruitful pairing and Erik tries to figure out why the episode's animation leaves him cold.
With Special Guest Stars Carol Burnett and Gladys Knight!Hi-ho and welcome once again to A Feat of Lunatic Daring, the most sensational inspirational celebrational muppetational podcast about Jim Henson and his Muppets!Things are rough right now. Let's talk about something that makes us happy, namely the unmistakable genius of James Maury Henson.Sources PageTwitterInstagramFacebookAlso follow Antithesis Audio on YouTube for future video contentChad Instagram & Twitter: @chadjshonkNick Twitter: @ntjackson17Music by Seth Podowitz @audiobookseth
On a special episode of The Most Sensational, Inspirational, Celebrational, Muppetational Podcast, to mark the completion of reviewing all of the episodes from Season 1 of The Muppet Show, Mirandia Berthold & Andy Atherton do a live watch of The Muppet Movie from 1979. They discuss a wide range of topics, including: the large amount of cameos from some of the biggest stars at the time; the all-time great song, Rainbow Connection; bike riding; the El Sleezo Café; rough crowds; Doc Hopper's evil plot; learning the meaning of the word probosculate; country fairs; Kermit and Miss Piggy's love montage; cheap wine; holding on to your hats; frog mind control; patriotism and drive-in movie theaters. To watch along on Stream Lounge, click this link: https://www.streamlounge.io/watch/36454cd1-a343-4151-8c4c-0eaba68293d2
The Puffin Publishing Podcast & KeVern
we finally did a good one!
Heads up! We're talking about The Cosby Show in this episode, and therefore we're talking about Bill Cosby's alleged sexual misconduct. We don't spend too much time on it. That's mostly addressed in a different Patreon-online episode, which people supporting us at the $5 level or higher can listen to here. This is actually the tenth installment of Weirdest Episode Ever, our newest bonus miniseries. It's going on the main feed for scheduling reasons I explain in the intro but also this will serve as a nice intro for the next regular GEE we will be recording. “Cliff's Nightmare” (January 11, 1990) How do you follow up an mpreg fantasy that also functions as a subconscious exploration of Bill Cosby's alleged misdeeds? How about an aborted crossover intended to promote Jim Henson's strangest TV experiment? We couldn't get to the bottom of exactly how this Cosby Show episode came to be and then came to air, but we can safely say that we understand why Digit and Leon didn't crossover into the larger Muppet universe. Watch the first episode of The Jim Henson Hour here. And watch the “lost” episode here. Watch the video that Glen couldn't be bothered to find here. The Weirdest Episode Ever theme music was composed by Nick Loiacano.
Australian Quiz Match We are so excited to have Alyssa and Casey take over as hosts for Quiz Quiz Bang Bang. Patrick O'Neil and Sarah Hanchar are Sleepy in Seattle and they are taking on Annie and David as the American'ts. Alyssa and Casey ask questions like: What is the home address of The Munsters? What year was Cards Against Humanity first released? Which actor was the tallest out of all the actors who played Hannibal? Which poet laureate wrote "The Art of Drowning"? In what city were The Muppets first introduced? If you liked this episode, listen to the first match between Millenium vs Willenium episode. Reference made in the episode Here is a video of Australian Bin Chickens: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=w4dYWhkSbTU Here is the Life.Be in it. Ad: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GNjEge3Awl8 Music Hot Swing, Fast Talkin, Bass Walker, Dances and Dames, Ambush by Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com) Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/ Don't forget to follow us on social media: Patreon - patreon.com/quizbang - Please consider supporting us on Patreon. Check out our fun extras for patrons and help us keep this podcast going. We appreciate any level of support! Website - quizbangpod.com Check out our website, it will have all the links for social media that you need and while you're there, why not go to the contact us page and submit a question! Facebook - @quizbangpodcast - we post episode links and silly lego pictures to go with our trivia questions. Enjoy the silly picture and give your best guess, we will respond to your answer the next day to give everyone a chance to guess. We will also post old videos of us with Katy Colloton. Instagram - Quiz Quiz Bang Bang (quizquizbangbang), we post silly lego pictures to go with our trivia questions. Enjoy the silly picture and give your best guess, we will respond to your answer the next day to give everyone a chance to guess. Twitter - @quizbangpod We want to start a fun community for our fellow trivia lovers. If you hear/think of a fun or challenging trivia question, post it to our twitter feed and we will repost it so everyone can take a stab it. Come for the trivia - stay for the trivia. Ko-Fi - ko-fi.com/quizbangpod - Keep that sweet caffeine running through our body with a Ko-Fi, power us through a late night of fact checking and editing!
Andrew is back again, and the Nerds compare and contrast the films Ready Player One and The Muppets. Rob still is unsure if he's a manly muppet or a muppet of a man and Analese is unsure if Ready Player One is actually more like The Hunger Games. CALL TO ACTION: (1) create your 23 for 2023 and let us know by sharing on social media with #2023nerdgoals, (2) share your progress over the year when you complete a goal with the same hashtag, (3) gamify your goals for this year! OTHER NERDY TOPICS: 1980s nostalgia, Chat GPT, The Force Awakens, Funko Pops and the Funko Pop store, Hero Quest, Scum and Villainy in L.A., just fold it in. @NerdBestFriends is our social media, firstname.lastname@example.org is our email - message us today! Follow and like our stuff, it'll be fun, we SWEAR! VISIT OUR WEBSITE and tip your nerd best friends! --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/nerd-best-friends/support
A biting Time's Yours. Can't give Jalen Hurts a Desean Watson type contract. Why did they call Joe, the Muppet?
The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz
Tim Kurkjian is here as we get closer to the start of the baseball season to tell us about the increase in action thus far in MLB Spring Training and why it makes the sport more compelling. He also tells us why the Padres are the most interesting team in baseball, shares old basketball stories, laments his struggles with technology, and, as always, laughs at our Looks Like submissions. Then, we have the contrast of Jessica's F1 minute and Greg Cote's Back in my Day. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
The Boys are going to China, and they're bringing a plus one: author and podcaster Lindsey Kelk! And oh boy does Lindsey have some juicy Muppet secrets and some valuable insight into the Muppets' place in British culture! And also I guess we talk about Big Bird in China! Peace out! Kermitment has a Patreon! Running a podcast is deceptively expensive work, so by becoming our Patron, you help us cover those costs and allow us to do funner, cooler stuff in the future! Find out more here! Visit our website to find a link to the Kermitment Patreon, logo pin and more fun stuff at http://Kermitment.com! If you can't get enough Kermitment, follow @KermitmentPod, where we'll tweet fun stuff and interact with our listeners! And you can follow each of us individually: Matt: @MatthewGaydos Sam: @im_sam_schultz
Soundtracks can add so much to the experience of seeing a movie. Whether it's one of the greatest movies you've ever seen and the music helps you relieve it or you'd rather forget the movie, but want to hear the songs from it. Overall, the music from motion pictures can often outlive the movie itself. This week, we welcome Dayton back from the dockingbay77 podcast to help us discuss our all time favorites. From Prince to Kool & the Gang to The Muppets to Led Zeppelin to Cypress Hill, every genre gets some love here.Take a listen and make sure to leave us feedback letting us know what you think of our picks and what some of your favorite soundtracks of all time are. It's Season 8, Episode 4 of your favorite music podcast: the Infectious Groove Podcast.
Well happy Monday, friends! That's right - we're not lazy producers, we're just lazy communicators. For Season 4, we've moved to Mondays! And what better way to really kick off a new year than by diving into yet another Muppet classic - The Great Muppet Caper! Come for Josh's recovered childhood memories, stay for the enumerations of Gonzo's Freakiness and a somewhat Freudian analysis of Animal. Enjoy! - What color are their hands now? - - Mischievous events all through 2023! https://www.mischiefmanagement.com/ - This week's New Rockstars plug - Why the ending of Quantumania may have seemed a little rushed:https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0whM0FBLkxY - Read up on the revolutionary puppetry involved in this Muppet tour de farce: https://www.henson.com/jimsredbook/2014/09/941980 - Also, check out all these filming anecdotes from The Muppet Wiki! https://muppet.fandom.com/wiki/The_Great_Muppet_Caper#Production_notes - Father Owen Wilson, it's a Haunted Mansion Teaser! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gartMjonTXc - Feige spacing out content: https://techcrunch.com/2023/02/15/marvel-top-boss-wants-to-space-out-show-releases-on-disney - Rebel Wilson was banned from DL for taking pics in the Club 33 bathroom:https://www.latimes.com/entertainment-arts/story/2023-03-03/rebel-wilson-disneyland-ban-selfie-secret-bathroom - Rogers the Musical coming to Disneyland: https://gizmodo.com/avengers-musical-disneyland-rogers-california-adventure-1850150855 - As promised, original reviews from The Washington Post (https://www.washingtonpost.com/archive/lifestyle/1981/06/26/muppet-caper/2ceb4341-319f-4b18-ab20-af4d8c11765b) and Roger Ebert (https://www.rogerebert.com/reviews/the-great-muppet-caper-1981) ----- Research and references completed using Wikipedia, IMDb, Rotten Tomatoes, Box Office Mojo, and Muppet.Fandom.Com. ----- People who can get pregnant have a right to safe and legal abortions, for any reason. Visit Action For All at https://choice.crd.co/ for information on donating, volunteering, and more. ----- We're bringing hexy back! Use code NONPLUSSED10 for 10% off MCU and Nonplussed merch at MischiefMerch.com! ----- Remember to head to LootCrate and use the code NONPLUSSED at checkout for 15% off your first order! ----- We are (out and) proud members of the Mischief Media Network! To check out their full slate of shows, search “Mischief Media” your podcast app or visit mischiefmedia.com. ----- And if you like what you hear and want more, check out the Mischief Media Patreon at patreon.com/makingmischief! Drop us a line! Email: email@example.com Twitter/Facebook/Instagram: @nonplussedpod Hosted and edited by Clancy Canto and Josh Wittge. Produced by the hosts in conjunction with Mischief Media. Theme Music: "Quirky Dog" by Kevin MacLeod. Check out more tunes at https://incompetech.com
Cinema Slabs is the show we do when a full length podcast is just too time consuming. This episode is hosted by Nathan Schubert, and is all about Muppets. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/backstage-cinema/support
It's Time To Watch The Muppets
IT'S TIME TO WATCH THE MUPPETS! This week with special guest Lynda Carter. Distracted rants include but are not limited to Spice World, Joe Cocker, crunk, Nettie's House of Spaghetti, the Beatles, Rizzo, Tom Hanks, and much more!"In honor of "Wonder Woman" Lynda Carter, Scooter buys a mail-order course on how to be a superhero. Soon a crowd of Muppets are wearing silly costumes and reading Invincibility Made Easy. Meanwhile, Miss Piggy appears as "Wonder Pig", and battles a giant chicken."Follow us:Twitter.com/ittwtmInstagram.com/ittwtm
We Should Be Hired By Huge Companies To Be Their Marketers | Shower Oranges? | Don't Give Your Babies Vapes | OttaWHAT? | Weird Laws | Instant Answer Question Time | The 7-10 | TV Theme Fight Round 5: The Muppet Show vs. Price Is Right
Muppets in Moscow is Natasha Lance Rogoff's account of launching a Russian version of the American tv series Sesame Street. If a single announcer supplies the dialogue dubbing when a foreign film is shown in Russia where do you find the technical skills you need? Should you feature exclusively ethnically Russian actors or include nationalities from former Soviet republics? What puppets from Russian folklore might be suitable and what kind of education for children are you trying to achieve? Anne McElvoy asks Natasha about how she found the answers to these questions and how that period of Russian TV differs from the media landscape there today. Plus New Generation Thinker Victoria Donovan looks at punk protest and films such as Little Vera (1988); Lucy Weir traces the ways in which art and music responded to the era of Perestroika and beyond; and, Tamar Koplatadze explores how literature from across the former republics of the USSR is beginning to process the Soviet past. Producer: Ruth Watts
Disney Chat With Pixie Dust Fan
Carrie and Fran welcome Stan Solo to the podcast to talk about all things Muppets. They share their favourite co-stars, merch and what they would do if they could update the Muppet Courtyard at Hollywood Studios. It's a lot of fun and laughs for everyone, not just Muppet fans! Show Notes: Find Stan on The Solo Show and The Grand Circle Tour Podcast. Check out episodes 165 and 166 of the podcast to hear about the D23 event from 2022. The Scottish bakers Fran went to is the Butt N Ben Find Francine and Carrie online: Website: https://PixieDustFan.com Instagram: @PixieDustFan Carrie on Instagram: @MuppetCrazy Facebook: Pixie Dust Fan Pixie Dust Fan Facebook group: PixieDustFanGroup Support Pixie Dust Fan by shopping our affiliates Find Pixie Dust Fan on YouTube: PixieDustFanSite
This week, Justin sits Chad down and makes him watch The Great Muppet Caper, starring The Muppets! ... and Charles Grodin, Diana Rigg, and John Cleese! Find more content, including podcasts, news, links to our social media sites, and videos at GeekCavePodcast.com!
Succotash, The Comedy Soundcast Soundcast
Saluton, estas mi Tyson Saner welcoming you to this "Chats" episode of Succotash, The Comedy Soundcast Soundcast, now in the last vestiges of its 11th year bringing you now 345 episodes including this one. Yes, this is Episode 345, which means that the last episode that dropped into our stream was episode 344 and THAT episode was also a Chats episode, hosted by show creator and executive producer Marc Hershon, with whom I share hosting duties with on an every-other-weekly basis. In Epi344, Mr. Hershon's guest was Josh Gilliland of The Legal Geeks soundcast, which, on their main webpage over at TheLegalGeeks.com is described as "The Legal Geeks, Jessica Mederson and Joshua Gilliland, are proud to be attorneys and geeks. Please enjoy their podcasts discussing everything from eDiscovery to Sci Fi and a lawyer's point of view on a universe of Geek culture." Mr. Hershon and Mr. Gilliland had a pretty interesting discussion in that episode that I listened to about 75-80 percent of before I had to stop listening due to some Mandalorian spoilers that I really wish I hadn't heard but, oh well, that's going to happen occasionally when people discuss pop culture. This week, as previously stated, is a "Chats" episode that features a fun conversation I had with comedian and musician Josh Barnes. We discuss many things including children's entertainment, fatherhood, musicals, horror movies, and conspiracy videos amongst other things including, but not limited to, Josh's first comedy special Petty Since '83, which you can find in audio form over at http://joshbarnescomedy.bandcamp.com or you can watch it up at http://watch.nextupcomedy.com Also catch his 2nd comedy special which I attended the filming of in late January of 2023 at the Savage Henry Comedy Club (whose large cast of performers and participants I have attempted to feature in various capacities over the recent years, here and there when I could, in clip form when those personalities have soundcasts.) My intention is to interview as many of the local comedians as I can in the coming year, and perhaps get back on stage myself, but that's just between you and me. I really appreciate Mr. Barnes taking the time, as his schedule is pretty full. This week's show is sponsored by our longtime, freeloading, FAKE sponsor Henderson's Pants and their stunning new Bivouac Briefs. Warning: This interview contains spoilers for a few movies, including Lady in the Water, The Village, Signs, and Cabin Fever, as well as Muppets from Space. Our next episode is 346 which will be helmed by Marc Hershon and I have no idea what he has in store for you...aside from the assumption that it will either be a "Clips" episode or a "Chats" episode... but even that can change. By the time you hear this, I will have had my birthday already, and likely I will have already begun my hunt for clips, or perhaps another chat, that I will present to you in about 2 weeks from then...for Episode 347. ...and that's the best prediction I can make for the near future. Will there be new episodes as we make our way to our 12 year mark this coming April? Most likely. Will we have an actual sponsor by then? Who can say? Will I be galloping toward 50? With any luck. At any rate, you can go to www.tysonsaner.com to find easily clickable links to my other content including Anti Social Show, an entirely other soundcast I co-host with Hunter Block, "Tyson Saner: Gamer" a video podcast that I make for my YouTube channel, and some of the music that I've been making over the years. Thank you for listening, be decent to each other, consider leavin a 5-star review of our program if you enjoy any part of what we provide for you at no additional cost to you, and...should someone happen to inquire, perhaps completely randomly, if you have heard anything good or interesting lately, and this program leaps to the forefront of your consciouness, mentioning us in that moment really helps us out. It's what we mean when we gently remind you to please pass the Succotash. — Tyson Saner
Special programming this week on the Lambcast, as we engage in another Roll Your Own Top Five show. The participants pick their own subjects and create a top five list to share with us. This week we got movie lines, 80s Teen Films, Muppet Suggestions, Robert Aldrich love and some twins. This is a week where all kinds of things get thrown in the pot, and we got a savory stew of delicious movie talk as a result. You may be inspires to see a movie, write a draft for a Muppet film, or simply share a Love Bomb.
The Boys are taking a little vacation from Fraggle Rock to get out into the clean, open mountain air. But don't worry, there will still be Muppets there! And John Denver! And Gonzo will have sex with a human-sized chicken! Back your backpack, baby, we're going camping! Kermitment has a Patreon! Running a podcast is deceptively expensive work, so by becoming our Patron, you help us cover those costs and allow us to do funner, cooler stuff in the future! Find out more here! Visit our website to find a link to the Kermitment Patreon, logo pin and more fun stuff at http://Kermitment.com! If you can't get enough Kermitment, follow @KermitmentPod, where we'll tweet fun stuff and interact with our listeners! And you can follow each of us individually: Matt: @MatthewGaydos Sam: @im_sam_schultz
Mousetalgia! - Your Disneyland Podcast
No. 50: Spin & Marty, The Muppets from Dec. 5, 2011 Talk to us at firstname.lastname@example.org Spin and Marty speak at the Walt Disney Family Museum, and Team Mousetalgia report from the event. Tim ‘Spin' Considine and David ‘Marty' Stollery tell the secrets of their popular serial made famous by the Mickey Mouse Club television show, and share stories about being child stars. Also, remembering Walt Disney on his birthday, and our review of "The Muppets." Plus - gingerbread, holiday music... and Kristen invades Walt Disney World!
Double Threat with Julie Klausner & Tom Scharpling
The one and only RICKI LAKE joins Tom and Julie to talk about John Waters, Divine, her daytime talk show, and the joy of dog adoption. Plus we watch that video where all the celebrities sing Let It Be on a beach and Julie reveals her least two favorite Muppets. Tom thanks Tom Cruise for saving cinema. CLIPS FROM THIS EPISODE *Darkman "Julie!!!" https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VQ_qp1f0sCU *"He's stressing me, Julie!" https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=M8qeRVYYYXI *"Let It Be" Video https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=S3JhgupA_pg JOIN FOREVER DOG PLUS FOR VIDEO EPISODES, AD-FREE EPISODES, & BONUS CONTENT: http://foreverdog.plus JOIN THE DOUBLE THREAT FAN GROUPS: *Discord https://discord.com/invite/PrcwsbuaJx *Reddit https://www.reddit.com/r/doublethreatfriends *Facebook https://www.facebook.com/groups/doublethreatfriends DOUBLE THREAT MERCH: https://www.teepublic.com/stores/double-threat TOTALLY EFFED UP T-SHIRTS https://www.teepublic.com/user/dttfu SEND SUBMISSIONS TO: DoubleThreatPod@gmail.com FOLLOW DOUBLE THREAT: https://twitter.com/doublethreatpod https://www.instagram.com/doublethreatpod DOUBLE THREAT IS A FOREVER DOG PODCAST: https://foreverdogpodcasts.com/podcasts/double-threat Theme song by Mike Krol Artwork by Michael Kupperman Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
The Soul of Enterprise: Business in the Knowledge Economy
Ed and Ron are honored to welcome Natasha Lance Rogoff to The Soul of Enterprise. After the collapse of the Soviet Union in the early 1990s, the timing appeared perfect to bring Sesame Street to millions of children living in the former Soviet Union. With the Muppets envisioned as ideal ambassadors of Western idealistic values, no one anticipated just how challenging and dangerous this would prove to be. In Muppets in Moscow, Natasha Lance Rogoff brings the story to life. Lance Rogoff, a young American television producer fluent in Russian, was chosen to lead a crew of hundreds of American and Russian artists, producers, educators, writers, and puppeteers to create the Russian adaptation. During the production, against the backdrop of bombings and the assassination of her Russian broadcast partners, Lance Rogoff and the team remained determined to bring laughter, learning, and a new way of seeing the world to children in Russia. In her book, she illuminates how cultural clashes colored nearly every aspect of the production, from the show's educational framework to scriptwriting to the new Russian Muppets themselves, often pitting Sesame Street's Western values against nearly four centuries of Russian thought. In spite of the challenges, the show would go on to become a major hit, airing for over a decade. Muppets in Moscow explores post-Soviet societal tensions that continue to thwart the Russian people's efforts to create a better future for their country. More than just a story of a children's show, it provides a valuable perspective of Russia's people, their culture, and their complicated relationship with the West that remains more relevant than ever today.
Our first special episode of the season sees IDYP getting nostalgic for the Muppets reboot. We discuss our favorite Muppet properties, how much we love the songs in the movie (most of them), and the deleted scenes and alternate endings that could have changed this movie greatly. Plus, Muppet versions of us, Adam Driver in a Muppet movie, and Muppet Jason Bourne.
With over 17 years worth of Heroclix experience hosts Kalder and Simeon truly bend the Casual and Competitive aspects of Heroclix into this all encompassing podcast! Stay tuned as they cover: news, strategy, teambuilds, and everything else in the world of Heroclix! Join Kalder and Simeon, this week as we: 1. Discuss a coming soon beyond amazing unboxing and our new venue! 2. Answer some listener questions If this is your first episode or you are just getting into Heroclix check out our new player episode for everything you need to know for when you get started: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Se_hS5XiPpU Don't forget to tweet in, email or just message us on Facebook any time you have a question. We love to hear from you. Follow the links Below! Links: https://linktr.ee/dialhforheroclix Red Bubble: https://www.redbubble.com/people/DialH4Heroclix/shop?asc=u&ref=account-nav-dropdown Sponsor: https://www.coolstuffinc.com
Muppet Fan Podcasts with ToughPigs.com
Today Jarrod surprises Joe with comedian, actor and massive Muppet fan Bobby Moynihan! Bobby has had an incredible career with nine seasons on Saturday Night Live and has worked on shows like DuckTales and 30 Rock, as well as films like Monsters University and Sisters. But us Muppet fans love him for his guest appearance on Sesame Street as the Quacker Duck Oates Man and for being the guest star for both The Muppets Take The Hollywood Bowl and The Muppets Take The O2 live shows! Listen as we discuss performing Happy Feet with Kermit, the props Bobby wishes he could have stolen, and the various times SNL parodied the Muppets. Plus Bobby doesn't want to sing, Paul Williams asks everyone to play golf, and Mel Brooks is at an airport.
With Special Guest Stars Tony Randall and Mac Davis!Hi-ho and welcome once again to A Feat of Lunatic Daring, the most sensational inspirational celebrational muppetational podcast about Jim Henson and his Muppets!Things are rough right now. Let's talk about something that makes us happy, namely the unmistakable genius of James Maury Henson.Sources PageTwitterInstagramFacebookAlso follow Antithesis Audio on YouTube for future video contentChad Instagram & Twitter: @chadjshonkNick Twitter: @ntjackson17Music by Seth Podowitz @audiobookseth
Kenn's Third movie of his month of destruction with the film “The Muppet Movie”. Send us emails email@example.comFacebook- The Poster Men PodcastYoutube - The Poster Men PodcastLetterbox - thepostermenpodTwitter - @thepostermenpodInstagram - thepostermenpodcastWebsite - thepostermenpodcast.com
Movin' Right Along: A Muppet Movie Podcast
We're talking about Minutes 61-62 of The Muppet Christmas Carol, in which Miss Piggy is indignant and the Cratchits begin singing "Bless Us All." With special guest Danny Horn of Superheroes Every Day and Muppet Pictures! PLUS: Aladdin sabotages Kermit at the box office! The tragedy of Mrs. Cratchit's contractions! Songs that aren't meant to be heard for the first time! Muppets surrounded by fire! And Danny tells us what he REALLY thinks of this song! ALSO: Read Danny's article on the profound weirdness of everyone liking this movie on ToughPigs.com! Hosted by Anthony Strand & Ryan Roe Guest Danny Horn Produced & Edited by Ryan Roe Logo by Morgan Davy Movin' Right Along: A Muppet Movie Podcast is available at ToughPigs.com or on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Stitcher, Anchor, Google Podcasts, Podcast Addict, or wherever you get podcasts!
Season 4 Episode 21 | Recorded December 30, 2022 Thank you to our Booster Partners! AppStream powered by the GrowthLab Automate your firm. Save time. Add value. https://www.growthlabfinancial.com/automations-for-accountants Greetings Accounting High! Scotty's in the principal's office, and while he was in there he had an epic 3-hour conversation with Mr. Ron Baker. This conversation was broken up into two episodes for your listening enjoyment. In the 2nd part of our Principal's Office series, After a delightful performance from our rapping custodian to break up the conversation, we go deeper into the mind of Principal Baker. Scott and Ron take us on a journey through a range of topics that challenge the traditional view of education in accounting. They both reflect on how podcasting has transformed their lives and inspire you to find your own voice. They also discuss how rule-breakers are changing the future of the industry. Throughout the episode, they share their insights and lessons learned to help you become better accounting professionals. And as always, sit back, relax, and open your mind, because we're in the principal's office with Ron Baker. Previously in the Principal's Office Simple Tasks Giving up firms Licensing and Certifications Rule breakers Accounting High concept and Scott's pivot High school never ends Podcasting transforms the host Types of podcasting Podcast length Podcast updates Book reports Muppets in Moscow Villians heroes and art Authors, Rappers, and Lil Dicky Earmark and AH Faculty Helping others and Influence of Illegal Enterprises Helping the whole faculty with Earmark Getting others on the show CPE issues and alternatives Ron's podcast Disney Pixar, “I was wrong”, Changing your mind It's not all about Money Walking and getting inspiration Publishing Dr. House and music Philosopher by other names and positioning All the Shoutouts: Ron Baker's Times Up, Russ Roberts, Earmark, David Barrett, FreshBooks, Twyla Verhelst, CPA, Brené Brown, Intuit, The Soul of Enterprise, Mike Michalowicz --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/accountinghigh/message
The Theatre Podcast with Alan Seales
Julie and Diane are both co-founders of The Museum of Broadway in Times Square which opened November, 2022. Julie Boardman and Diane Nicoletti have teamed up in 2022 to bring the best of the Broadway and experiential worlds in the form of The Museum of Broadway in Times Square. Julie and Diane have known each other for decades now and the two chronicle their journey from being in the same sorority to finally working together on many successful projects. Having worked on fan experiences, Diane explains what it's like building sets of popular tv shows and movies and the overall process of building a set. Julie, on the other hand, talks about an event staffing agency she started in 2009 to help Broadway performers, which then pushed her to pursue her dream of being on the producing end of Broadway. This shift was also the beginning of Diane and Julie's partnerships. With a similar mindset of creating something that doesn't exist yet, it's no surprise that the two would work together to create a museum dedicated to Broadway. Julie and Diane share how it all started, the challenges they came across along the way, and how they made it an immersive experience for the visitors. Following its success, the two share their standout, pinch-me moments, including a visit from Andrew Lloyd Webber and Tim Rice, and the overall positive reception from people—a true mark that they have created something impactful and lasting for the theatre community. Julie Boardman is a two-time Tony Award-winning producer who is currently a co-producer on the Broadway revival of "Funny Girl" and “A Doll's House”. Her other Broadway credits include "An American in Paris", "Carousel", "Company", "Dames at Sea", "Head Over Heels", "Hughie", "Indecent", and "The Inheritance". Her tour credits include "An American in Paris", "Dreamgirls", and "Peter and the Starcatcher". Apart from being a Tony voter and member of The Broadway League, Julie is also on the Theatre Committee at New York Public Library for the Performing Arts and the Leadership Council for the Costume Industry Coalition among others. Her company, Boardman Productions, has worked with numerous leading brands including Nike, Maybelline, Vogue, Victoria's Secret, Microsoft, Diet Coke, Samsung, Game of Thrones, and Disney's The Lion King on their activations and fan experiences. Diane Nicoletti is a creative director, producer, and entrepreneur, who has produced some of the biggest events in fan experiences for two decades now, including the Game of Thrones Fan Experience, Gretzky's Retirement Gala, and brand activations at the Super Bowl, Comic-Con, CES, and SXSW. She's also the founder of the award-winning experiential marketing agency, Rubik Marketing, and has had the privilege of working on amazing properties like Game of Thrones, Deadpool, Frozen Hotel Transylvania, Dumbo, Shark Tank, The Muppets, How To Train Your Dragon, American Horror Story, Ghostbusters, among many others. Connect with Julie and Diane: Museum of Broadway: www.themuseumofbroadway.com Instagram: @museumofbroadway Julie's Instagram: @msjulieboardman Connect with The Theatre Podcast: Support us on Patreon: Patreon.com/TheTheatrePodcast Twitter & Instagram: @theatre_podcast TikTok: @thetheatrepodcast Facebook.com/OfficialTheatrePodcast TheTheatrePodcast.com Alan's personal Instagram: @alanseales Email me at firstname.lastname@example.org. I want to know what you think. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Pete and Ben come to very different determinations of the rules Pete has established for judging the performances of the guest stars on the podcast. They also make a ruling on Ben's previous confusion about Muppet crocodiles, talk about not talking about a particular sketch, and find an unexpected application of the word "hornswoggle".
Flashback Episode of The Father Time Podcast with Jamie KalerBorn in Norfolk, Virginia, Michael Bunin spent the majority of his youth in Las Vegas where he attended the University of Nevada, Las Vegas and studied Theater Arts. His improvisational skills were honed at The Second City Players Workshop in Chicago and the famed Groundlings in Los Angeles. Bunin has been a staple at The Improv Olympic West in Los Angeles where he continues to display his improvisational talents. His numerous TV credits include Superstore, Modern Family, Mad Men, but of course he will best be known as the Squiggy to my Lenny as Kenny Morittori on the hit TBS show, "My Boys". Yes, Mike has no kids, but he's got a cool dad and gave us a counterpoint to having kids. This episode could easily be an outtake of a My Boys episode. And after listening to this, you'll have to make up your own mind, "To have kids or no kids. That is the question."You can catch more of Mike Bunin at: https://www.instagram.com/michaelbunin/and on TikTok at:https://www.tiktok.com/@michaelbuninYou can catch The Parent's Lounge live every Tuesday Night 10pm EST/7pm PST at:https://www.facebook.com/theparentslounge#theparentslounge #mikebunin #superstore #myboys #parentingpodcast #jamiekaler #jasongowin #katemulligan #comedians #parentingadvice #funnyparents #hilarious #cohosts #nokids #improv #singlelife #dadlife #standupcomedy #parentinghumorJamie Kaler's Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/jamiekaler/Jason Gowin's Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/jasongowin/Kate Mulligan's Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/katestmomever/The Parent's Lounge TikTok - https://www.tiktok.com/@theparentsloungeshow
Car bombings, assassinations and a military takeover: these are just some of the things American TV producer Natasha Lance Rogoff and her team faced when trying to bring The Muppets to the former USSR in the 1990s.After the collapse of the Soviet Union, the Russia that emerged was a chaotic, sometimes violent free-for-all for western investors and oligarchs, swooping in to buy up businesses, natural resources and really anything they could. For regular Russians, they had to navigate a new, more free society and Natasha, a fluent speaker with experience in Russian TV, was drafted in to introduce The Muppets as the ambassadors to show children how to do that.An exercise in trying to introduce western values but also establish international relations with a former enemy, almost every aspect of the Russian Sesame Street- Uliza Sezam - was coloured by cultural clashes. Both nationalities had to learn to work together and better understand one another. What was created was a wholly Russian show, with new characters founded in traditional folklore and music informed by Russia's rich cultural history. The show was a huge success, beloved by children across the entire USSR and ran for 10 years into Putin's reign of power.Natasha joins Dan to tell this extraordinary story as they delve into the societal pressures faced by Russia after the Soviet Union and its relationship with the west which is still so relevant today.Her new book is called ‘Muppets in Moscow.'Archive of Sesame Street and Uliza Sezam courtesy of Sesame Workshop.Produced by Mariana Des Forges and mixed by Dougal Patmore.If you'd like to learn more, we have hundreds of history documentaries, ad-free podcasts and audiobooks at History Hit - subscribe to History Hit today!Download the History Hit app from the Google Play store.Download the History Hit app from the Apple Store. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.