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The low hum of The Macarena wafts into your one-bedroom apartment, the source of the 90s earworm a vague mystery. Dusk is slowly dawning on the other side of the thin, sun-rotted curtains. Murder She Wrote is just concluding on The Hallmark Channel as you turn off a dusty lamp and grab a chilled Ensure from your mostly-empty refrigerator. After your wig is safely ensconced on a styrofoam bust on the vanity, you struggle to open your blood-pressure pills with arthritic fingers made all the more slippery with freshly-applied Bengay. As you down the pills with the vanilla-infused protein shake, your tight hip-flexor muscles cause you to groan as you turn off the bedside lamp and pull up the tattered electric blanket you inherited from your Great Aunt Bertha. You stare at the crack on the ceiling above your bed, tracing its growing path towards the yellowed chandelier. You begin to slowly drift off into a fitful slumber. The last thought within your grey matter is a quiet rumination that has become your new mantra: "So this is a drag queen at 40"... Follow Trixie: @TrixieMattel Follow Katya: @Katya_Zamo To watch our podcast on YouTube: http://bit.ly/TrixieKatyaYT Don't forget to subscribe to the podcast for free wherever you're listening or by using this link: http://bit.ly/baldandthebeautifulpodcast If you want to support the show, and get all the episodes ad-free go to https://thebaldandthebeautiful.supercast.com/ If you like the show, telling a friend about it would be helpful! You can text, email, Tweet, or send this link to a friend: http://bit.ly/baldandthebeautifulpodcast To check out the Trixie and Katya Live Tour, go to: https://trixieandkatya.com Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Chris and I get things going as we discuss the Rhode Island ComiCon 2021, recent Pop Culture News, and present an interview with an amazing woman who chats about her fascination with a beloved character actor! One thing we love on this show are character actors. These are the guys or gals whose face you recognize, but their names you can't remember! You sometimes see one and say, “I know that guy! I've seen him before a thousand times!” These are the actors who aren't the main star, but rather are in a supporting role which is often eccentric and or memorable! Sometimes a character actor can even steal the show and upstage the main actor or actress! It is uncommon for a journeyman actor to also be a star, but the topic of our show today is a man who was both! William Windom, who is sadly no longer with us, has been paid tribute by an exceptional woman named Jenna Frisby who is a huge fan of William, and owns The William Windom Tribute website. She has amassed a vast collection of Windom's appearances, who was well known for performances on Star Trek, the Twilight Zone, Night Gallery, and Murder, She Wrote among others. And Jenna is also working on a set of documentaries about him. Join us for a fascinating dive into an exceptional actor! Jenna's Website: https://williamwindom.com Haven Podcasts: Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/ThenIsNowPodcast TeePublic: http://www.teepublic.com/stores/havenpodcasts Feedback: firstname.lastname@example.org Join the conversation at our Facebook Group Twitter: @HavenPodcasts Website: havenpodcasts.com where you'll find our sister show, The East Meets the West, in which we discuss Shaw Brothers films and Spaghetti Western movies! Please SUBSCRIBE to our YouTube page, also! Don't forget to go to wherever you download your podcasts from and leave us a great review so more listeners can find us! You can find us on all the podcasting apps, especially the big 3: iTunes, Spotify, and Stitcher! Enjoy, Re-Gor
Tread Merrily continues with a trip to Cabot Cove for the Murder, She Wrote episode called "A Christmas Secret." Its Christmastime in Cabot Cove, and this year, the well-to-do Forsythes are welcoming their soon-to-be son-in-law Charlie to their clan. His appointment to the local real estate firm rubs some people the wrong way. though. Charlie also has a secret, and one of the town hall secretaries aims to black mail him. Or does she? Either way, when she turns up shot, Charlie becomes the prime suspect and it's up to Jessica Fletcher to clear his name. Will she unwrap the Christmas Secret in time? Erik and Justin immediately get lost in the Mainer accents. Jason Scott Lee gets stuck in Justin's mind. The Batman returns, once again, as a villain. Bane also resurfaces as the people's champion. The George Clooney sitcom, E/R, once again factors into the proceedings. Erik totally gets mid-1970s Elliott Gould. He also tries to understand late 80s "Firm Culture." Stephen King ends up becoming important. The pair envision Brian De Palma's Batman. CW actors get credit for working impossible schedules. Erik confirms his allegiance to giallo lighting and Justin imagines Charlotte Rae in The Handmaid's Tale.
New episode out NOW! We're shaking things up for the month of December! For the next four weeks you'll get a brand new episode along the same theme: the game Crack the Case. It's Casemas 2: Electric Boogaloo! Crack the Case is a Milton Bradley party game that came out in 1993, where players ask yes or no questions in order to solve a mystery. We're putting our detective skills to the test! Katy hosts week one, where we talk about how time works, a weird crime show trope, and the glories of American insurance systems. Katy shares mostly correct information about Houdini's death, Carrie brings up Murder She Wrote again, Maddy comes up with a new post-confession penance task, and Mack starts right away with the Christmas rum. Give it a listen! Let us know if YOU solve it before we do! TW: Death by suicide, unspecified terminal illness, blasphemy Show Notes: Most of Katy's/Maddy's/Carrie's Houdini death info was correct but here it is fully corrected and in more detail (sourced from Wikipedia): October 22nd, 1926, Montreal: In his dressing room at the Princess Theater, Houdini was punched repeatedly in the stomach by Jocelyn Gordon Whitehead after saying his stomach could endure a lot of punches. Houdini performed his show that night in some pain. October 22nd-24th, traveling from Montreal to Detroit: He got worse when traveling and after finally seeing a doctor, he had a fever of 102° and was told he had acute appendicitis. It was advised he should have surgery right away. He did not and kept going. October 24th, 1926, Detroit: Despite feeling terrible with a fever now at 104°, Houdini took the stage at the Garrick Theater. He reportedly collapsed, but was revived and continued the show. He finished and was then immediately hospitalized at Grace Hospital in Detroit. October 31, 1926, Detroit: Harry Houdini died of peritonitis, secondary to a ruptured appendix, at 1:26 p.m. in Room 401 at Grace Hospital, aged 52. It is technically unclear if the stomach punch caused the death - he could have already been suffering from appendicitis or it could have been agitated by the punches - but ultimately his insurance company concluded his death was due to the dressing-room incident.
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What fun and gorgeousness! Time flew with two-time Emmy-nominated actress, Lee Purcell, and, world's collided all over the place. It is a small world, after all. From her runway days at three (I know!), Native American ancestry, multi-generational military mantle, to dancing, singing, regional TVing', Lee went on to best 500 hopefuls, handpicked by Steve McQueen hisself (who mentored Lee in all things life, career & fitness––sweet surprise story there), to co-star with Kirk's son, fairly green, Michael Douglas. Lee later co-starred with Kirk, and they're not her only father/son dynasty co-stars. Not a bad place to start. Follow that teaming with Orson Welles, earning an Emmy nomination alongside Mark Harmon, and then another co-starring with Beau Bridges, and father Lloyd. In fact, Lee had lots of Bridges. Hysterical. Old friends with Jeff and his later girlfriend, Candy Clark, well, there are stories then and now, there, too. There's Malcolm McDowell, Chadwick Bostwick, Jon Voight, a brand spanking new, Nicolas Cage, in Valley Girl (his first feature film), and that's barely scratching the Lee Hollywood leading men, surface. The most guest-starring roles on Murder She Wrote, and loads of other TV appearances, cross-genres. We talked fabulous friends, Donny Most, Anson Williams, Geri Jewell, Roslyn Kind, Joey Travolta, and his important inclusion film, Carol of the Bells, and the wondrous Donna Pescow––how we connected, and how those soul sisters found each other and just knew. What a delightful, easy, breezy sit down with this stunning, age-defying beauty, who managed to manifest her dreams and continues to do so. Looking forward to her upcoming, Chocolate Is Not Better Than Sex. You're telling me. Lee Purcell on Game Changers with Vicki Abelson Wed, 11/17/21, 5 pm PT, 8 pm ET Streaming Live on my Facebook Replay here: https://bit.ly/3oAG6gt All BROADcasts, as podcasts, also available on iTunes apple.co/2dj8ld3 Stitcher bit.ly/2h3R1fla tunein bit.ly/2gGeItj Also on iHeartRadio, SoundCloud, Voox, OwlTail, Backtracks, PlayerFM, Himalaya, Podchaser, and Listen Notes Thanks to Rick Smolke of Quik Impressions, the best printers, printing, the best people people-ing. quikimpressions.com Nicole Venables of Ruby Begonia Hair Studio Beauty and Products, for the best dressed. http://www.rubybegoniahairstudio.com/ Blue Microphones and Kevin Walt
WWE's Friday Night SmackDown is coming to Hartford on Friday. Chaz and AJ spoke with Drew McIntyre about his Scottish ancestry, his love for "Murder She Wrote," and the diet he maintains to keep his physique. Photo Credit: Reuters
Like all good shows we have a spin off and we will try to go through all of Murder She Wrote episodes (12 seasons 264episodes) but here is the pilot and the pilot The Murder Of Sherlock Holmes Former English teacher Jessica Fletcher travels to New York to celebrate the success of her debut novel. But when an unwanted guest is murdered by gunfire at a costume party, she wishes she'd stayed home.
What's up, dudes? Michelle Kidwell from Michelle's Cozy Murder Bookclub and I talk the Angela Lansbury classic “Murder, She Wrote”! Did Santa kill someone? Or was it the new-in-town fiancé? Whose secret did the victim know? Only Jessica Fletcher can solve it! Oh, and simultaneously cure Doc's Christmas blues! So grab your cup of cheer and magnifying glass and start investigating this episode!
Murder She Wrote, Season 1, Episode 1: The Murder of Sherlock HolmesDon't turn your dials, Dear Listeners, Mims and Maim are here with a bonus episode! That's right, here's a preview of our other PodCast, You Slay Me, just in time for Halloween!Support us on Patreon at www.patreon.com/bakingsugarFind the queens on Twitter:Auntie Maim: @MaimMinistryThe Divine Miss Mims: @divinemissmimsThank you to MrMahaffey for our lovely artwork.Follow him on Instagram: www.instagram.com/MrMahaffeyEtsy Store: www.etsy.com/shop/MrMahaffeyOur Theme Song is Composed by JDR#1980s #1990s #auntiemaim #Charlene #comedyqueens #designingwomen #dragqueens #Julia #lgbt #Maryjo #podcast #sitcom #Suzanne #thedivinemissmims #Anthony #Bernice #tv #comedy #tvshow #comedy #classic #kween #yas #pod #newepisode
At the height of her "Murder She Wrote" fame, Angela Lansbury released a home workout video full of synth music, peach jumpsuits and ~sensuality~. This week, we're exploring the anti-Goop-ness of Angela's fitness book and video, "Positive Moves."! It gets a little heavy toward the end, but we promise: No one was canceled in the making of this episode. Support us:Hear bonus episodes on PatreonDonate on PayPalGet Maintenance Phase T-shirts, stickers and moreLinks!Positive Moves video on YouTube (cued up to “moving freely”)Positive Moves bookWhat is Gaslighting? The 1944 film Gaslight is the best explainer.Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/maintenancephase)
On this, the Halloween Episode of Season 6, I'm just gonna read…A Sermon on Were-Wolves from 1508 or something or other. Plus, a thrilling mash up you will not be expecting, or wanting.Beware, this one is weird. Ok, they're all weird.Happy Halloween, Witches!www.funnypod.caEmailBuy Me A Coffee
It's getting HORNY - literally - as Lucifer star Tom Ellis joins me for the latest episode of Reign. We have a king in the realm! Tom first hit our screens playing Gary in Miranda (who else was absolutely obsessed with the show?) before he made people across the world thirsty AF playing the title character in Lucifer.If you aren't familiar with the show - then get yourself on Netflix pronto - as it follows Lucifer, who after getting a touch bored in hell, abandons his throne and retires to Los Angeles to indulge in everything from sex to murder mysteries. Think of Murder She Wrote gets horny - niche, but great! After running for six seasons the show smashed Netflix records when its final series was watched for a massive 1.3 billion minutes in a WEEK - not even Stranger Things can compete with those stats. As Tom gets ready to hang up his horns following the sixth and final season he opens up in this episode about how filming Lucifer's risqué sex scenes, and the intense workouts affected his body image, detailing how he got to the stage of a “dangerous tipping point when you get really into that space of getting too body conscious.” Tom also talks about Lucifer's sexuality, saying the character is “open to having sex with anybody,” and we talk about his allyship to women as a male actor in the post me-too era. Tom also powerfully opens up for the very first time about his relationship with his mental health and why he turned to therapy. It was incredible to hear a man in the public eye talk so honestly about his mental wellbeing, so I hope you find this episode as inspiring as I do, that it encourages more men to open up and for you to talk openly with the men in your lives. I really hope you continue to listen and find the power to Reign in your own lives, too. Until next time, WEAR THOSE CROWNS WITH PRIDE and get in touch (follow me across social media @joshsmithhosts), I love hearing from you. Love, Josh xxxP.S I am so proud that this episode of Reign with Josh Smith is brought to you thanks to my friends at Pandora because their new collection, Pandora Me, is all about embracing who you are and celebrating self expression - just like this very podcast! There are NO RULES when it comes to expressing who you are and how you feel as Pandora Me is a completely customisable collection which features rings that can be connected together, mix'n'match links to create unique bracelets, and pendants that can be added to necklaces or earrings. With prices ranging from £15-£200 it's affordable luxury at its best. The new Pandora Me collection is available to shop now – just head over to uk.pandora.net to check it out or pop into your nearest store. I have my eye on a silver chain necklace and a stunning link spelling out FREEDOM that feels VERY me - so I'll see you there!
Our Very Special Guests on Part I of The TJS Radio Interview with Steven Ullman | Producer + Carol Swarbrick | Actor/Co-Writer + Jim Dries | Co-Writer About The Film: At 97 Jimmy Carter is the oldest living former US president. He only served a single term, but his dedication to humanitarian efforts and down-to-earth personality have made him a favorite amongst progressives. Documentarian Vivian Winther examines the woman who helped shape him in Miss Lillian: More Than A President's Mother. Lillian Carter was born in 1898 to a humble family in Southwestern Georgia. Her father ignored the segregationist norms of the time, preferring a hard work ethic over the color of someone's skin. A passion for helping people drove her to nursing school, after which she became a successful local nurse who treated the local African American community equally alongside her white patients. Lillian Carter later dedicated her life to social activism and served in the Peace Corps, where she treated lepers in India. When her oldest son was elected president, Lillian Carter became popular with reporters and Johnny Carson for her blend of Southern Hospitality and directness. She never hesitated to tell it like it was or put people in their place when they got out of line. Carter loved baseball, especially the Dodgers, and she became friendly with their manager Tommy Lasorda. - - - About The Filmamakers: Producer Steven Ullman has been producing and directing live theatre for more than 30 years. Miss Lillian: More Than A President's Mother marks his foray into producing film. His second film, also with director Vivian Winther, IMPERFECT, is now in post-production. During his ten years as Producing Artistic Director of the Civic Light Opera of South Bay Cities, Steven became the only producer in Los Angeles to win the L.A. Stage Alliance Ovation Award for Best Musical three times: West Side Story, Dreamgirls, and Crazy For You. He was also nominated for Best Musical for Titanic, Ragtime, and Forever Plaid. - - - - Carol Swarbrick (Actor/Co-Writer) has been an actor for more than 5 decades, working on stages around the world, appearing in four Broadway shows, including 42nd STREET and SIDE BY SIDE BY SONDHEIM. Some of her films are “Man Trouble” starring Jack Nicholson, “The Big Day” with Julianna Margulies, and “Big Business” starring Bette Midler and Lily Tomlin. On television, she has had recurring roles on “The Bold and the Beautiful”, and “General Hospital”. She could be seen guest starring on “Murder She Wrote”, “Night Court”, “Columbo” and others. - - - - Jim Dries (Co-Writer) Intro co-authored the play and screenplay of MISS LILLIAN – MORE THAN A PRESIDENT'S MOTHER. He has written the political intrigue novel, “A Harsh Mistress”, and will soon release his second novel, “Commies, Cuties and the CIA!” In addition, he co-authored, the romance non-fiction book, “Better Late Than Never – A Love Story” with his wife, Carol Swarbrick Dries. As well as being a published author and award-winning theatre director, Jim, like Lillian Carter, served in the Peace Corps in the 1960's and traveled around the world three times. He was an educator for more than three decades, and since retiring has performed onstage in delights like THE SOUND OF MUSIC, SIDE BY SIDE BY SONDHEIM and THE WIZARD OF OZ. Jim has also appeared in commercials for TV. Miss Lillian: More Than A Presidents Mother Website: misslillian.com On Facebook: The Lillian Carter Story Purchase the film: https://geni.us/MissLillian or on misslillian.com Contact Producer Steven Ullman email@example.com Principal Cast President Jimmy Carter Former First Lady Rosalyn Carter Sam Donaldson Tommy Lasorda Carol Swarbrick
I go over Season one episode nine of Murder She Wrote. ***TRIGGER ALERT**. ***Forced sexual terms discussed in dialogue aka (R***).**** Jessica gets strong armed into an attempted partnership with the creepiest man around. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app
Episode 64 and Wendi and Dfernando's guest interview is writer, comedian, and Lucille Lortel Award nominated actor Kevin Zak. Born and raised in Buffalo, New York, Kevin discovered his love for performing and took it upon himself to find a way of turning that into a career. While in college he decided to take initiative and started applying for internships. This led to him heading out to Los Angeles for an internship on the 7th Season of THE ELLEN DEGENERES SHOW. Several months in, he received an offer for a performing job he had auditioned for in NYC prior to leaving for Los Angeles. That offer was to join the cast of the U.S. Tour of the iconic Broadway musical CATS as a swing. As a swing he covered a large portion of the male roles, including Rum Tum Tugger. After a year touring North America (including Hawaii) with CATS, he segued into various jobs including a year on a Disney Cruise ship playing countless roles in the Disney productions. His performing career had finally kicked-off. In 2016, Kevin was nominated for a Lucille Lortel Award as Outstanding Featured Actor in a Musical for CLINTON: The Musical. Kevin is creator and co-book writer of BLOODY BLOODY JESSICA FLETCHER, a musical parody of TV series MURDER, SHE WROTE, which is currently being developed by Tony Award winning producer Hal Luftig for the Off-Broadway stage. Tony Award winner Beth Leavel stars as Jessica Fletcher.HIs other work in the theater: NEUROSIS: The Musical, SILENCE!: The Musical and he most recently was the dance and fight captain (as well as an understudy) in the Broadway musical WAITRESS: The Musical. On television he was seen on the acclaimed HBO Max series THE FLIGHT ATTENDANT. Kevin was recently a featured comedian on the 2021 LOLZ Queer Comedy Festival and was also featured in the Top Ten Comedy Countdown on THE BALD AND THE BEAUTIFUL. Kevin has gained additional attention via his comedic content on his Instagram: @kevinjzak, which covers all realms of pop culture from film, television, music, Broadway to the fashion world. Also on Episode 64, Wendi and Dfernando chat about the arrival of autumn and early holiday decorating at the Covey's; Butters the Cat breaking into Wendi's neighbor's house; and Devo in concert at the YouTube Theater. On THE RIPE REPORT, there's the 2021 documentary LADY BOSS: The Jackie Collins Story (now on Netflix in the U.S.), and Wendi shares a few of her current favorite TikTok accounts: @popsthedancer, @dolly_broadway, @jayandsharon, and @auntyskates. Watch Wendi and Dfernando and their Team GENERATION RIPE: Greg Covey, Shelley McLendon and Ponciana Badia on Season 7 Episode 2 of CELEBRITY FAMILY FEUD - now on ABC OnDemand and Hulu and on the GENERATION RIPE website. Follow us on our Instagram:Wendi McLendon-CoveyDfernando ZarembaGENERATION RIPE... and our guest Kevin Zak, his TikTok, and his Twitter. Remember to subscribe, rate & leave a review for GENERATION RIPEVisit Dfernando Zaremba's website: dfernandozaremba.com
Episode 254."Better Off Dead..."Actor: Diane Franklin.Diane Franklin is an iconic 80s American film actress, known for her dark curly hair, and dialects. Beginning her acting career at the age of ten, Diane started with modeling, theater, commercials, and soap opera work. She then won the lead role of the dream girl, Karen, in cult classic THE LAST AMERICAN VIRGIN (1982) and soon after played the daughter, Patricia Montelli in AMITYVILLE II: THE POSSESSION. Her break-out film role was the spirited French-exchange student, Monique Junot, from the off-beat comedy BETTER OFF DEAD. And her most notable commercial success was playing the medieval Princess-babe, Joanna, from 1980s iconic comedy, BILL & TED'S EXCELLENT ADVENTURE. Diane sang the NATIONAL ANTHEM at Dodger Stadium in 2004, and wrote two autobiographies about her career: Diane Franklin: The Excellent Adventures of the Last American, French Exchange Babe of the 80s (Amazon/Kindle), and Diane Franklin: The Excellent CURLS of the Last American, French Exchange Babe of the 80s (Amazon/Barnes&Noble) Her other acting credits include episodic television, such as Charles in Charge, Murder She Wrote, Matlock and Dallas : The Early Years. She also re-curred in televisions series, and movies made for television, such as SummerGirl and Deadly Lessons. Over the years Diane has also performed in her daughter/filmmaker, OLIVIA DELAURENTIS' award winning comedies: HUMANIZED (L.A. Film Festival,) MY BETTER HALF (Soho Film Festival,) and more recently a comedy web-series on YouTube titled SUGARBABIES (Barely Legal Comedy). Diane returns to acting, on the big screen, in 2018 with the following films: WALLY GOT WASTED, WAKING NIGHTMARE, THE FINAL INTERVIEW and THE AMITYVILLE MURDERS: THE HAUNTING ON LONG ISLAND.Instagram: Monday Morning Critic Podcast.Facebook: Monday Morning Critic Podcast.Twitter: @DarekThomas or @mdmcriticWebsite: www.mmcpodcast.comContact: Mondaymorningcritic@gmail.comWelcome, Diane Franklin.
Welcome to The Amateur Detective Club, a mystery media review podcast! Where three friends, Melissa Meli, Tyler Riley, and Tristan Miller read the works of Agatha Christie or others, then summarize, discuss, and rate the novels, films, TV episodes, or short stories they've chosen. In this week's unlocked Patreon bonus meeting, the gang discusses Murder She Wrote, Lovers, And Other Killers! Our theme song! Follow us on Twitter! Support us on Patreon! Buy our merch!
Support Topic Lords on Patreon and get episodes a week early! (https://www.patreon.com/topiclords) Lords: * Hallie * https://twitter.com/hallie_9000 * Christine * http://thechrischerry.com * https://twitter.com/chriscereza Topics: * Where are my glasses? * Nighttime is the time of abstract possibility and imagination because the world is gone. * This huge tub of homemade toum * Turn Down For What * https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HMUDVMiITOU * Unedited (syncable) commentary: https://youtu.be/Q9oXE3ibmmM * Modern TV re-discovering the episodic format Microtopics: * Mining the pre-show banter for a clip. * Dreaming of producing content every second of your life. * Getting hooked up to the content matrix and spewing content out of every orifice. * Burnt Notice. * Watercresstine. * Looking upon Burn Notice as your weird uncle who lives in your basement. * A podcast about discussing episodes of a podcast discussing episodes of Burn Notice. * Recording a song in the style of We Are The World except instead of the proceeds going to help children in Africa you keep the money. * Recording a song in the style of We Are The World except instead of the proceeds going to help children in Africa, it goes to getting Doctor Who back on the air. * We Are The Timelords. * Doctor In Distress. * Needing to stop making a podcast before your listeners can beg you to come back. * How locals pronounce "Los Angeles." * Not knowing how to look for your glasses in an apartment because your normally live in a farmhouse. * How nobody in LA owns more than one chair. * Whether Hallie's glasses were in the fridge. * Posting photos of your apartment to the internet so people can help you find your glasses. * Whether Winston answers the phone at a Korean BBQ restaurant in LA. * Being awake during the day: terrible. * The most concrete time of day. * Going to preschool and answering phones for a Korean barbecue restaurant until daddy picks you up at 4. * Loving 2am but being in bed by 9:30pm. * Like a tree but shorter, louder with stickier hands. * No responsibility except what you make for yourself. * An emulsion like mayonnaise except instead of tasting like mayonnaise it tastes like garlic. * Vampires hating garlic because they don't like the taste. * Whether you can have the vampire gene but not be a vampire. * Vampirism as a collection of traits that often manifest together, and you're only diagnosed with vampirism if these traits interfere with your ability to do your job. * How many marshmallows go in fudge. * Converting from marshmallows when the recipe calls for mini marshmallows. * Using marshmallows as bait to catch God when everyone knows God hates marshmallows. * Videos that love to start with a black screen that goes on a little too long when you're watching at one quarter speed. * A man in a blue hoodie jiggling as something is taking him over. * Shattering furniture with the power of your raw sexuality. * The Scully stand-in who is extremely skeptical about how horny this guy is. * St. Vitus' Dry Hump. * Could I be a fish doing push-ups? * Whether there is a Hitmonchan in this bra, and whether it's evolving, and whether we should push B. * The relief of consuming media and not feeling the need to form any reaction whatsoever. * Spiking the punch with LSD. * A cop whose face melts because he doesn't know what you'd turn down for. * Contracting a bad case of Original Sin and being very angry about it. * A straight man who stole Elton John's sunglasses. * Whether DJ Snake looks like a douchebag or just looks French. * Characters who grow hornier and hornier as over the course of eight seasons. * The 1943 Watchmen TV series. * The Veronica Mars model of serialization. * Whether the Columbo renaissance implies a Murder She Wrote renaissance. * Whether that's content, baby. * A character in a romantic comedy who makes web sites for everyone but who can't make a web site for herself.
This week Ken welcomes VCR Party Live's resident gal Friday, and the lord of Overlord, George Pasles to the show. Ken and George discuss armpit hair, Philly, on set romances, Phantasm, cigarettes, storm chasers, original art, dirt bikes, pearls and oysters, Simon & Simon, Tales from the Darkside, Monsters, commandeering televisions after being dumped by your parents in a store, knowing things from Simpsons parodies, Joanna Kerns' Olympiad sister, Janet Jackson's Lethal Enforcers arcade cab, It's Your Move, blackface on Gimme a Break, Hardcore, Murder She Wrote and sports, Lifestyles of the Rich and Famous, John Carpenter, getting cable post high school, Bloopers vs Boners, sexual movies, Chip on Kate & Allie, bad paste ups, Jane Badler, Covenant of Evil, Dueling Danzas, Telma Hopkins world, Hiroshima Remembered, The Wall on network TV, Riptide, writing letters to Tom Bray, having a Commodore 64, Steel Collar Man, Charles Rocket, Rock N Roll Summer Action, NBC's Thursday Night Powerhouse Lineup, Skippy and Malorie trapped in a basement, Coach's learning songs on Cheers, the connection between Webster and The Golden Child, the beauty of Buckaroo Banzai, Dukes of Hazard, Knight Rider, The A-Team, shows re-using clips, Arsenio Hall, racist former game show hosts blocking Ken on Twitter, and the WONDER of Still the Beaver.
We're back with another episode of Drag Time with Heklina! This week we have Jackie Cox and she is here to tell you all about JackieVision! her all-new solo tour, premiering this weekend (September 4th and 5th) and inspired by the Emmy-nominated Disney+ series, WandaVision. You can get your show and meet and greet tickets for this weekend at SFOasis.com! Jackie used to live in San Francisco and she takes us down memory lane and we talk about Cookie Dough and her days performing at The Edge. She catches us up on her podcast, “It Do Take Nerd” brought to you by World of Wonder, and how a nerd identity can be healthy and inclusive for queer people. Then we talked about our shared love of classic television, including how she grew up on Nick at Nite reruns like Bewitched, I Dream of Jeannie, and Brady Bunch. We find out exactly what kind of nerd Jackie and I are… and it turns out that Marc is a Murder She Wrote nerd! Jackie tell us all about working with Lisa Rinna and bringing back her RPDR S.12 “Snatch Game" Lisa Rinna to the new Days of Our Lives miniseries! You can catch Jackie in the 6 episode miniseries premiering on Peacock on September 6th. Finally, we discuss Jackie's runway looks from RPDR S.12, including her decision to pay homage to a patriotic look featuring a hijab to bring attention to the injustice of former President Trump's Muslim travel ban. Then and now, the message is clear. We must keep supporting refugees and those seeking asylum in the United States, especially for our trans-siblings. Listen-in to this moving episode of Drag Time with Heklina to hear all about it from Jackie Cox! Support Drag Time with Heklina by contributing to their Tip Jar: https://tips.pinecast.com/jar/drag-time-with-heklina
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Once upon a frenzied time, Beer meets Man. Beer dances with Man. Man kisses Beer. Man grips Beer. Beer escapes Man. Man chases Beer - nothing new. Or is there? Episode 471 is our latest Patreon Takeover show programmed by long time supporter and friend Dane Under! Dane picks some flicks rife for discussion with the Shudder exclusive flick Hunted, and the Aussie Horror/Comedy Two Heads Creek! We also get some Australian Flash Facts, find out what it's like to mess up the future, and manage to fit in some semblance of intelligent conversation! So grab your red hoodie, a decent knife, and strap on as you journey to the outback with the world's most dangerous podcast!Stuff we talk about: Australia, RTO WFH or GTFO?, stepping on a butterfly in the future, Patreon Takeover, Australian Future Flash Facts, Suicide Squad, Vegan Samurai, stylists or barber?, biggest fence in the world, Vegemite, Crocodile Dundee, Mad Max, Mount Disappointment, Nation of Procrastination, Australia is dangerous, journalistic integrity, Clarksucker, Dr. Loomis can park anywhere, Olympics, pro bowling, Olympic sports where you can smoke, boxing glove arrows, Hawkeye, Green Arrow, Y: The Last Man, Superstore, Ravenshadow Loves Dick (Grayson), Wellington Paranormal, What We Do in the Shadows, Hunted, Vincent Paronnaud, Lucie Debay, Nicodemus, pretend girlfriends, huge boars, patriarchal society, feminism, dominance, revenge films, America Online, $86 treatment, the morning catch, Johnny Cochrane, Isle of Dogs, Titans, Two Heads Creek, lost in australia, post-Brexit world, Freddy Nitch, Twin Peaks, Murder She Wrote, non-compassionate vegans, Wolf Creek, Edgar Wright, Shaun of the Dead, Hot Fuzz, Drive Jacket Mark, Queen of the Ring, Love and Rockets, Star Wars, 4-LOM, Zuckuss, MonsterFest, Digital Cinematopgraphy, nine year anniversary, Fear Street Trilogy, Ares' weird kinks, Boar, Razorback, Welcome to Woop Woop, Skyhooks, Naivety Scene, and Crisis on Infinite Australia.Support us on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/trickortreatradioJoin our Discord Community: https://discord.gg/ETE79ZkSend Email/Voicemail: mailto:firstname.lastname@example.orgVisit our website: http://trickortreatradio.comStart your own podcast: https://www.buzzsprout.com/?referrer_id=386Use our Amazon link: http://amzn.to/2CTdZzKFB Group: http://www.facebook.com/groups/trickortreatradioTwitter: http://twitter.com/TrickTreatRadioFacebook: http://facebook.com/TrickOrTreatRadioYouTube: http://youtube.com/TrickOrTreatRadioInstagram: http://instagram.com/TrickorTreatRadioSupport the show (https://www.patreon.com/trickortreatradio)
“As multi-hyphenates, we are living boldly and loudly. We're putting a lot on the line, right? In a world that's full of judgement -- you're allowing a lot of people in a lot of different ways to be like, “I wonder how this turns out.” Andrew Levitt attributes his lengthy stay at Drag Race to the many years he's dedicated to building his career. He always knew he was a creative person -- but at the age of 16, Levitt started to come to terms with his sexuality and used the theatre to connect with other men like him. The hysterical Andrew Levitt, has always been well versed in pop culture because of his early exposure to shows like Murder She Wrote and Laugh In. Levitt, who as Nina West has entered the hearts of millions across the world after winning Miss Congeniality on RuPaul's Drag Race is now about to enter theatres all across the nation as Edna in the upcoming national tour of Hairspray. As a multi-hyphenate, Levitt identifies as a drag queen - actor - writer - producer - podcaster - self made everyman - brother - son. It's always so interesting when artists include their family roles in their hyphens, but Andrew says that it's informed every step of his career. “My dream was worthy and valuable,” he says. “They needed to be guided a little bit. I can't fault them for that. My multi-hyphenate is almost almost always in regard to the evolution and the belief that I am capable of more than just.” Andrew gets to define himself through his art in a very personal way -- which leads to an evolution, something that every multi-hyphenate artist experiences. Multi-hyphenation is all about evolving and claiming one's own power. “I think it's okay to say I want the world,” says Levitt. “And I think it's okay to say I have the world. I can be a badass drag queen. I can go act. I can go write a book. I can release music. I can also produce a television show and consult on a musical. Look at what I can do.” This episode is full of gay humor, Drag Race dish, multi-hyphenate inspiration, stories of past lives, and Levitt's experience auditioning for the upcoming national tour of Hairspray! Nina West is an American drag queen, actor and singer/songwriter based in Columbus, Ohio played by Andrew Levitt and is the most Googled Drag Queen In The World from 2020-2021 with over 7.8 billion unique searches. She rose to national prominence in 2019 with her appearance on VH1's Emmy winning show RuPaul's Drag Race Season 11, where she placed sixth and won Miss Congeniality. In 2021 she returned to the show and was anointed “America's Sweetheart” by RuPaul herself. She has released 3 EP's. In 2021, she partnered with Nickelodeon and Blues's Clues for a series of Pride videos that went viral with over 2million views. On June 27th 2021, Nina Hosted the First Ever DISNEY PLUS PRIDE Celebration Spectacular, a celebration of the LGBTQ Community with Disney classics reinterprutted by LGBTQ artists like Hayley Kioyoko, Todrick Hall and Alex Newell. West has been performing in central Ohio and around the United States for the last 18 years, doing regional theater and of course, drag. As Nina West, she has produced over 35 main stage production shows. West writes/hosts/directs/performs in the annual sold out "Heels of Horror" show at Axis Nightclub. In 2008, she won the Entertainer of the Year award, and was included in Columbus Business First's "40 Under 40" list in 2018 and2019. Nina is a LGBTQ advocate and has raised over $4million for charitable causes in the last decade alone, through her charitable foundation The Nina West Foundation. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
New episode out now! We finish our mini-jaunt into the 1980s mystery scene with a major crossover event—Magnum meets Jessica Fletcher! We watched Magnum, P.I.'s “Novel Connection” and Murder She Wrote's “Magnum On Ice” back to back, which made the differences in the shows pretty apparent. We compare their investigative skills and strategies, rage at how they both touch evidence, wonder how each writing team pitched the stories, and again love Magnum's shorts. We also discuss other TV crossovers and wonder if they all feel as disjointed as these two while still staying true to the characters. Katy raves about Paddington 2's film status, Carrie fondly recalls the ABC TGIF lineup, Maddy never saw Rise of Skywalker, and Mack shares a delightful bit of TV trivia. We also talk about the definition of himbo, share stories about our first alcoholic drinks, try to decide when mustaches are acceptable, wonder what is sexy about packing for a trip, and are regaled by multiple vocal impressions of a steel guitar. Pour yourself a Mai Tai and give it a listen! Show Notes: YouTube video from ALOHAINABA “Hawaiian Steel Guitar " A SONG OF OLD HAWAII” Cocaine and Rhinestones episode Katy mentioned,“CR014 – Ralph Mooney: The Sound of Country Music” about the steel guitar www.theguardian.com The return of the 'himbo': the antidote to toxic masculinity
Support Topic Lords on Patreon and get episodes a week early! (https://www.patreon.com/topiclords) Lords: * Mara * https://twitter.com/McaelinL * April * https://twitter.com/aprilsaur/ Topics: * Frog and Toad core * What would you do with a bonus room in your house? * My reptile brain is a cat-loving ninja * If you could submit one thing (a song, a building, a food, an activity, an abstract concept) to the interstellar community of sapient intelligences as your part of The Case For Why The Human Race Is Good And Cool, what would it be? * How earnest lessons you try to teach your children backfire * Murder She Wrote is back on prime * Asafoetida powder Microtopics: * The Expanse: bigger than before. * A developer's guide to cognitive behavioral therapy. * The various circumstances under which the Frog Fractions DLC hat can be a witch hat. * Cottagecore vs. Frog and Toad core. * Cottagecore merged with an old man. * Embracing Frog and Toad for pride month. * Finding the bodice rippers with people with dark curly hair on the cover because you can imagine those are light-skinned black people. * The relative density of the east coast. * Getting out of California before it's too late. * A complete dearth of natural disasters. * Writing an offer letter for a home you want to buy and mentioning your adorable child who just needs a home several times. * Moving into a space that is twice as big and not knowing what to do with all the space. * An Austenian fantasy you have been cherishing in your bosom. * A perfect cosy library with chairs that trap people. * Installing a ladder on casters so you can ride it around the room every morning in your Belle outfit. * Coming up with excuses to install the ladder on casters even though you can just reach up and grab every book in your library. * One of those booths with a fan at the bottom that you fill by ripping a single page out of every book in your library. * How much extra you can charge for an Airbnb hidden behind a secret bookshelf. * Going into the Library of Congress to check out Bullfrog's Official Guide to Dungeon Keeper. * A room full of music production equipment and no internet connection. * Asking your child to focus at dinner when all the adults at the table have their phones out. * Saving a cat by applying torque to a falling chair. * Doing a thing before you realize you've done it and thinking "wow it's a good thing I agree with those actions." * Deliberately relying on your unconscious mind to do important work. * Whether Jim and his wife need to get checked for ADHD. * A teen who can write a hell of a term paper. * The interstellar community of sapient intelligences. * The case for why the human race is good and cool. * Winnie the Pooh. * Reclaiming the poop. * Taco Bell's cannon firing nacho cheese chalupas at the enemy spaceships. * Trying to convey "hygge" without being willing to try to pronounce it. * Learning about alien cultures by watching Star Trek. * A five year old explaining to you how T-Mobile are leaders in 5G technology. * A perfectly sensible reaction to the story of Noah's Ark. * Learning what fighting is and deciding to fight your mom. * A book about a child who needs to be reprimanded all the time. * Shouting "no" and throwing the phone on the floor whenever an ad plays. * Watching Murder She Wrote every night before bed. * Jessica Fletcher the serial killer and her nephew Grady, also a serial killer. * How good Jessica Fletcher would be at breaking up a loud graduation party. * Predicting when the party next door is going to end by the decade the music is from. * How to recognize a trap remix of the Murder She Wrote theme from just the bass. * Tricking your family into playing the Murder She Wrote board game. * Not needing a wedding ring because your husband got you the Murder She Wrote DVD boxed set. * Discovering what DVDs are and deciding to put them in the shower. * Covering the shower drain with the Wii Sports disc because they're the exact same size. * A bone-dry shower. * Always shirt-cocking it. * Baby poop and onions but also kind of floral but also you hate onions. * Resorch. * Dried latex from the celery family. * Boiling your neti pot water to kill the brain-eating bacteria that might pass through the blood brain barrier.
On today's show, we are going to Texas! My guest is Chief of Police and author Ronnie Ashmore. I believe that those of you who write cozy mysteries will find this episode especially valuable.Chief Ashmore has been in law enforcement for of most his adult life and has been the chief of police in two small towns. Many writers have asked, “What's it really like to be the chief of police in a small town?” Well, in today's episode you will find out. Chief Ashmore is also a writer who has published both fiction and nonfiction books. He shares with us his love for writing and his writing routine. During this episode you will learn:• What a “typical” day looks like for a chief of police for a department of five full-time police officers• The relationship between his agency and other Texas law enforcement • When the Texas Rangers would take over an investigation involving his agency• When he would seek help from non-law enforcement, such as psychics • How Ronnie has found success borrowing writing techniques from Steven King and James PattersonAll of this and more on today's episode of the Cops and Writers podcast.Come visit Ronnie and find his books on his websiteEnjoy the Cops and Writers book series.Please visit the Cops and Writers website.If you have a question for the sarge, hit him up at his email.Come join the fun at the Cops and Writers Facebook groupSupport the show (https://patreon.com/copsandwriters)
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In our latest trip to "The Crossroads," a segment celebrating the most entertaining and unexpected crossovers between well-known properties in comics, TV or movies, Ka-Pow the Pop Cultured Podcast spotlights a primetime murder mystery from November of 1986 between Magnum, P.I. (Season 7, Episode 9 "Novel Connection") and Murder, She Wrote (Season 3, Episode 8 "Magnum on Ice"). Length - 00:36:20 Language - PG-13. (Contains mild adult language.)
Stacey Nelkin joined me to talk about her upbringing; Stuyvesant High School; being cut from Annie Hall, Celebrity, and Deconstructing Harry; Bullets Over Broadway; CHiPS; Like Mom, Like Me; Triangle Factory Fire Scandal; The Chisholms; California Dreaming; The Last Convertible; Serial; Martin Mull & Bill Macy; Up the Academy; Children of Divorce; Wonderful World of Disney; John Putch; her talent with dialects and languages; Going Ape!; Jessica Walter (who passed away the day before); Halloween III: Season of the Witch; Yellowbeard; dating Peter Cook; getting propositioned by David Bowie; Sunset Limousine; hanging out with John Ritter, Paul Reiser, and Martin Short; Joyce Hyser & Ellen Barkin; The Jerk, Too; TLC; The A-Team; Murder She Wrote; 1st and Ten; OJ Simpson & Marcus Allen; how writing a book about relationships led to her being a relationship and parenting expert on Fox News; her addictions; how her fathers death from an overdose led her to give back to the addicted, --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app
This week, we're joined by Elyse from Podwraiths, who discusses the 2020 film Shirley. Sam talks about The Problem with Apu, and Tessa watches the classic Robin Williams film Good Morning, Vietnam. 01:20 - Sam talks about The Problem with Apu 16:14 - Elyse talks about her approach to consuming pop culture--and Murder, She Wrote 27:26 - Elyse discusses the 2020 film Shirley 38:56 - Tessa watches the classic Robin Williams film Good Morning, Vietnam
The Bros go modern this week when they sample Modist (not modest) Brewing and their beer "Rhinestone Eyes." Chosen by Skip, this beer doesn't disappoint, and we'll discuss its relationship to Sin City, along with Skip's habit of Gatling Gun humor. Paired with this delightful IPA is Ezra Pound and his famed poem "In a Station of the Metro." We've discussed Imagism in the past, and it's time to discuss the controversial founder of the movement that Amy Lowell took over during her poetry time. We'll highlight the talent but also the controversial elements of one of poetry's most most influential poet's (at least as far as his connections go.) So join us as we dive into the first part of Ezra Pound's life as well as proclaim a new enemy, and friend of the podcast. Enjoy!Cheers!
Shannathon and Chadothy hadn't spoken in weeks so there's a bunch of really lovely catching up conversation before the Pop Pop Quiz Quiz begins, but when it does...WOW!15 questions! 1 amazing guest (Shannathon)! 1 sunburned host (Chadothy) and Dr. Ian Malcolm weighing in on a dandelion in Chadothy's recording space! Also, a whole lot more!!!Intro/Outro Music: Payday by Jason Farnham https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3BTPdeXdLeU&t=18sQuestions? Comments? Suggestions? Flowers? Send them to: email@example.comThis episode is brought to you by the condiment mustard.
On this episode, The Barretta Brothers celebrate the TV show Dinosaurs and welcome the people behind the Unisaurus and Hand Puppet Characters. Episode Outline: 07:200mins: Conversation with Julianne Buescher, Michelan Sisti, John Kennedy, Rickey Boyd, and Jake Tate 33:30mins: Conversation with Julianne Buescher, Michelan Sisti, John Kennedy, Rickey Boyd, Jake Tate, Bruce Lanoli, Pons Maar, and Terri Hardin 35:50mins: Conversation with Allan Trautman, Terri Hardin, Bruce Lanoil, Tom Fisher, and Pons Maar. ABOUT OUR GUESTS: Allan Trautman Allan Trautman was born in Brooklyn, NY and moved to Miami Beach with his family at the beginning of 9th grade. He began acting in Miami Beach Senior High under the direction of famed drama teacher Jay Jensen. He spent four years in St. Louis at Washington University, earning a BA in Physics and Drama. He then earned an MFA in Acting from the California Institute of the Arts, where he met his wife, Diane. While in St. Louis, he began his puppetry career working on The Letter People at public TV station KETC. He performed in all 60 15-minute episodes, each one shot on a Friday (he skipped classes). Two years after graduating from CalArts, while working full-time at Leo's Stereo in the San Fernando Valley, a friend told him about an audition notice for a “puppet school” sponsored by Sid and Marty Krofft. Allan spent the summer of 1980 at what were a series of workshops under the direction of Tony Urbano. There he met other young puppeteers who all became lifelong friends—Bruce Lanoil, Kevin Carlson, Tim Blaney, and others. Much of the 1980s were spent working on projects for the Kroffts and for Dave Pavelonis and his Peppercorn Productions, as well as pursuing his acting career. During this time he was sent on an audition for Return of the Living Dead, and was cast as the Tarman, who went on to become an iconic zombie film character—among the first to ask specifically for “Brains!” In 1990, as part of the then-pending purchase of The Muppets by the Walt Disney Company, Jim Henson came to Los Angeles to direct Muppetvision 3-D, an attraction for Disney's theme parks. Again, a friend was able to get Allan into the audition, and this was the beginning of Allan's career with The Jim Henson Company and the Muppets. In 1991 Allan joined the cast of the ABC-TV series Dinosaurs as the animatronic puppeteer for Fran Sinclair. That show remained in production for 65 episodes, until the end of 1993, introducing Allan to sophisticated animatronics. This experience continued with movies like Babe, Men in Black, Doctor Dolittle, Jack Frost, The Flintstones in Viva Rock Vegas, Monkeybone, Cats and Dogs, Men in Black II, and The Country Bears. After Dinosaurs, two producers on that show requested his presence on their next show, Unhappily Ever After, a sitcom on the brand-new WB Network. Allan puppeteered Mr. Floppy, the lead character's wise-cracking (imaginary) talking bunny, voiced in front of a live audience by Bobcat Goldthwaite. In the meantime, Allan's work with The Muppets included videos such as It's Not Easy Being Green and Muppet Classic Theatre, the movie Muppets from Space, and, for TV, Muppets Tonight, It's a Very Merry Muppet Christmas Movie, and The Muppets' Wizard of Oz. In the summer of 2005, Allan became a founding member of Puppet Up!—Uncensored, Henson Alternative's puppet/improv show. He performed in the show off-Broadway, at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe, at the Melbourne International Comedy Festival, on tour throughout the U.S., and on the historic Chaplin Stage on The Jim Henson Company lot. He also acted as puppetry technique instructor. He was one of three on-set puppeteers during production of The Jungle Book (2016), and was a core puppeteer on The Happytime Murders. Allan continues to work in physical as well as digital puppetry, in shows such as Splash and Bubbles for PBS Kids, and has moved into directing for that show and others. Julianne Buescher Julianne Buescher is a whimsically versatile, classically trained actor, voice-over artist and Muppet Performer…whose new Muppet character Beverly Plume can be seen in “Muppets Now!” On Disney+! Follow Julianne on IG at @juliannebuescher and see all her credits at IMDb.me/juliannebuescher Jake Tate Jack Tate is an actor/puppeteer/voiceover guy. Mostly, he's retired, but he'd work if someone asked. He was in movies: The Right Stuff, Monster in the Closet, Interview with an Assassin and many others. On TV, he did a lot of day-player roles: Fresh Prince, Frazier, Hotel, Murder She Wrote and many others, before he landed on Dinosaurs, as a regular player, a Unisaur, appearing as many of the characters interacting with the family. Another show he was a regular on later, was The Journey of Allen Strange, for Nickelodeon. He was more successful in commercials than TV or movies, doing pretty near 1000 of them, many as a spokesman for AT&T, Pepsi, Bud Light, Ford Mercury and played, for 20+ years, the character Jack in the Box. Dinosaurs was easily his career favorite. Michelan Sisti Michelan began his performing journey as a musician, then an actor with multiple Broadway roles, which directly led to him becoming a Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtle in the original live action movies (Michelangelo). Being Mikey, evolved into our ultimate animatronics show, “Dinosaurs”. The coolest suit show EVER! Since then, Mich has enjoyed 26 more years of Muppets and other neat things with puppets and motion capture. He has loved every minute of the trip. Rickey Boyd Rickey's interest in animation and puppetry began at an early age. At eleven, he and one of his friends produced their own crude TV puppet shows at a local cable access station and experimented with 8mm animated short films. During High School he continued designing and building his own puppet characters. Later, he attended Shorter College in Rome, Georgia where he majored in art and theater. During an internship at a local cable station he worked with college classmates Keith Thomas and Jeff Brown to produce two children's shows that featured his creations. This provided valuable monitor experience as well as enough footage for a demo reel. That reel would land him an audition with the Muppets. In 1988 he was interviewed by Jane Henson then met and auditioned for Jim Henson himself. He was asked to continue working with Jim Henson Productions as both an assistant and as a featured performer on various productions. He went on to performed various background characters on Sesame Street, The Abby in Wonderland special, Grandma Cookie Monster for Sesame Workshop's “Sesame Beginnings” project, Scooter and Crazy Harry in “Muppet's Wizard of Oz”, and Waffle in “Animal Jam”. Other projects include “Muppets From Space”, “Dinosaurs” the series, “Muppetvision 3D”, “Muppets at Disney World”, “Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles”, The Jim Henson Hour's “Dog City” and “Song of the Cloud Forest”. Aside from Henson Productions, Rickey has performed lead characters for The Nashville Network's Peppercorn Productions. Most recently he continues to puppeteer as Doug the Slug in “The Slugs and Bugs Show” for RightNow Media, and as “George” in the web series “Wondermore” for In Touch Ministries. In addition to performing Rickey is an Emmy winning Creative Director for Magnetic Dreams Animation Studios in Nashville, Tn. There, he designs and directs animations for clients such as “Sesame Street”, among others. He lives outside Nashville with his wife Judy and their children Emily and Andrew. John E. Kennedy John E. Kennedy is a lifelong puppeteer who began performing at age three and met and worked with Jim Henson at the age of 22. He has been a member of Sesame Street since 1994, and currently performs The Amazing Mumford, a character originated by Jerry Nelson. John has also been a Muppet™ performer on projects such as Muppets From Space, The Muppets Wizard of Oz, The Muppets Take the Bowl, and The Muppets Take the O2. He has authored two puppet-making books (Puppet Mania and Puppet Planet), and has been a puppet captain, a choreographer, and a musician. As a puppet builder, Kennedy has represented Jim Henson's exhibits around the world with his puppet kits; he has also instructed young puppeteers on cruises, camps, and festivals. He lives in Ocoee, Florida with his wife, Julie, and creates custom puppet characters for theme parks and performs music with his band, Johnny K Band. Bruce Lanoil Bruce ”B” Lanoil, spawned in Brooklyn N.Y., raised on steady diet of Saturday morning Cartoons, Sugary cereals, Mad Magazines, Jerry Lewis and Classic Star Trek, is today, a proud and grateful 30 year veteran Muppeteer,.. Oh, the beaten path was never in the mix! As a Theater major at Cal State Northridge, a vaudevillian improvisational clown at heart, fate truly lent a “hand” when Master Puppeteer Tony Urbano chose Bruce from hundreds, for Sid and Marty Krofft's exclusive 1980 workshop. Many Commercials and videos followed, furthering his performance skills with Master teachers, Paul Sills, Avery Schreiber, (Spollin Theater Games), and Harvey Kalmanson (V.O.). Destiny and Jim Henson came knocking when Brian Henson cast Bruce as “Charlene Sinclair”, in TV's DINOSAURS for five glorious seasons on ABC/Disney (1990-93). Animatronics and Facial Puppeteering was a specialty as Bruce traveled the world complements of the incomparable Jim Henson Creature Shop, both in Films, Dr. Doolittle (1998), Adventures of Pinocchio (1996), Jack Frost (1998), Cats and Dogs 1 & 2, (2001 2010) and Television, The Wubbulous World of Dr. Seuss as The Cat in the Hat, Nickelodeon Season one (1996). Bruce helped pioneer Real-time CG animation with Henson's HDPS-Digital Puppetry System, Are We There Yet (2005), Francis (2008), Sid the Science Kid Movie (2012) and partnered with Dave Barclay Studios Where the Wild Thing Are (2009), and Ice King (2017). Muppet madness included MuppetVision 3D (1991),The Muppets Live at the Hollywood Bowl (2016),The O2 (2018), recent FEATURE FILM/TV reboots, The Muppets (2011) and Muppets Most Wanted (2014), and Muppets Tonight (1996), Muppets (2017). Live-action Reference Puppetry, Mon- keyBone (2001) Henry Selick Dir.,and Looney Tunes-Back in Action (2003) Joe Dante Dir., and nu- merous V.O. gigs, including voicing Lion King's TIMON (SAFTY SMART! video series) for Disney. Bruce is extremely grateful for lifetime of collaborative joy and laughter, and believes, that Everyone deserves to give themselves the Inner Permission to pursue their truth and passion freely, with an open heart. As a Teaching Artist, his quest is to release fear and doubt, allowing each learner and Artist the opportunity to connect, to share, to Soar! We stand upon the shoulders of all creative souls before us, that enables every single voice to tell Their story, their version, of life's unpredictable magnificent journey, while illuminating all our lives with the Magical Gift of Play :) Pons Maar Pons Maar trained as a visual artist in Florida, (yep, a Florida Man) then studied various performance disciplines in the SF Bay Area and, as a ‘performance artist', created and toured his solo shows. He somehow ended up with a career in film and television appearing in; Return to Oz, Golden Child, The Blob (1988), Dead Heat, Masters of the Universe, Teddy Rex, George of the Jungle, Monkeybone, and Dinosaurs TV series. Beginning with Return to Oz Pons also acted as Movement or Creature Coordinator on various productions. Terri Hardin Terri has been performing and creative all her life. She started earning a living doing art and acting at age 8. Known as Walt Disney's Legendary Imagineer, she has designed and created attractions for Disney Theme Parks all over the world and is best known for creating the Dragon's Lair in Paris Disneyland where you can see a 35' dragon come to life before your very eyes. She is also an accomplished actress, Puppeteer and Voice Talent. Her work can be seen in over 45 different films and television including GHOSTBUSTERS, MEN IN BLACK I & II, THE COUNTRY BEARS and CAPTAIN EO w/ Michael Jackson, George Lucas and Francis Ford Coppola. She became a MUPPETEER with the Jim Henson Company in 1989 after meeting Jim in New York. Terri Hardin has worked on MUPPET 3D THEATRE, MUPPET MINI CLASSICS and DINOSAURS where she played BABY SINCLAIR'S arms. Other projects include the FOSTER FARMS CHICKENS where she designed the Original concept and has played the PASSENGER CHICKEN since 1993. Her career has given her many opportunities to work with a multitude of celebrities like Michael Jackson, Elizabeth Taylor, Whoopie Goldberg and Guillermo Del Toro. A fully TRADEMARKED artist and sculptor Terri's work can be seen Internationally. Fine collectables, commissions and prototypes of all kinds she creates for clients DISNEY, MATTEL, G DEL TORO and MORE. She has even had her sculpture featured in LACMA, the Los Angeles County Museum of Art. Her Company is TERRI HARDIN DESIGNS, INC. Tom Fisher No bio provided
On this episode, The Barretta Brothers celebrate the TV show Dinosaurs and welcome the people behind the characters, Roy, Monica, and Spike. Episode Outline: 05:50mins: Conversation with Pons Maar about casting the show. 13:30mins: Conversation about the character Roy. Pete Brooke, Julianne Buescher, Pons Maar. 30:50mins: Conversation about the character Monica. Jack Tate, Julianne Buescher, and 55:00mins: Conversation about the character Spike. John Kennedy, Lisa Rocco ABOUT OUR GUESTS: Pons Maar Pons Maar trained as a visual artist in Florida, (yep, a Florida Man) then studied various performance disciplines in the SF Bay Area and, as a ‘performance artist', created and toured his solo shows. He somehow ended up with a career in film and television appearing in; Return to Oz, Golden Child, The Blob (1988), Dead Heat, Masters of the Universe, Teddy Rex, George of the Jungle, Monkeybone, and Dinosaurs TV series. Beginning with Return to Oz Pons also acted as Movement or Creature Coordinator on various productions. Julianne Buescher Julianne Buescher is a whimsically versatile, classically trained actor, voice-over artist and Muppet Performer…whose new Muppet character Beverly Plume can be seen in “Muppets Now!” On Disney+! Follow Julianne on IG at @juliannebuescher and see all her credits at IMDb.me/juliannebuescher Jake Tate Jack Tate is an actor/puppeteer/voiceover guy. Mostly, he's retired, but he'd work if someone asked. He was in movies: The Right Stuff, Monster in the Closet, Interview with an Assassin and many others. On TV, he did a lot of day-player roles: Fresh Prince, Frazier, Hotel, Murder She Wrote and many others, before he landed on Dinosaurs, as a regular player, a Unisaur, appearing as many of the characters interacting with the family. Another show he was a regular on later, was The Journey of Allen Strange, for Nickelodeon. He was more successful in commercials than TV or movies, doing pretty near 1000 of them, many as a spokesman for AT&T, Pepsi, Bud Light, Ford Mercury and played, for 20+ years, the character Jack in the Box. Dinosaurs was easily his career favorite. Pete Brooke Peter Brooke is the Creative Supervisor for the Academy Award®-winning Jim Henson's Creature Shop™ and is responsible for the conception, design and sculpt of each character and creature brought to life at the Shop's Los Angeles location. His work can be seen in such films as the original Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, George of the Jungle, Cats & Dogs, Dr. Dolittle, and Where the Wild Things Are, as well as the television projects Dinosaurs, Jim Henson's The Storyteller, and most recently, The Dark Crystal: Age of Resistance. Brooke works closely with the director and creative team of each project to guarantee that their vision is realized in the character he creates. He also liaises with the Shop's builders and supervises characters on set to ensure that the original concept and design style is maintained throughout the build and performance. Brooke began his relationship with The Jim Henson Company in 1988 as a graduate of the film school at Manchester Polytechnic. His first project was Jim Henson's The Storyteller as a sculptor of the series' various fantasy and folklore characters. When the Company began production in Los Angeles on Dinosaurs in 1991, Brooke relocated to the United States as a sculptor and designer on the technically ambitious comedy starring an entire cast of animatronic full-body dinosaurs. Brooke's own fine art sculpture has been featured in galleries and museums across the country for the past 25 years. He is a recipient of the Gold Medal for Best Sculpture from the California Art Club and the Award of Excellence from the Society of Animal Artists. His work has been featured in several magazines including Southwest Art, Art Talk, Art Revue and Wildlife Art News. John E. Kennedy John E. Kennedy is a lifelong puppeteer who began performing at age three and met and worked with Jim Henson at the age of 22. He has been a member of Sesame Street since 1994, and currently performs The Amazing Mumford, a character originated by Jerry Nelson. John has also been a Muppet™ performer on projects such as Muppets From Space, The Muppets Wizard of Oz, The Muppets Take the Bowl, and The Muppets Take the O2. He has authored two puppet-making books (Puppet Mania and Puppet Planet), and has been a puppet captain, a choreographer, and a musician. As a puppet builder, Kennedy has represented Jim Henson's exhibits around the world with his puppet kits; he has also instructed young puppeteers on cruises, camps, and festivals. He lives in Ocoee, Florida with his wife, Julie, and creates custom puppet characters for theme parks and performs music with his band, Johnny K Band. Lisa Rocco No bio provided
It's tea time babes, so grab yourselves an English muffin and turn on “Murder She Wrote”, because things are about to get real geriatric on this week's burning-hot episode of America's favorite podcast. We are talking tea history, tea puns, tea psychics and psychos, plus the glorious Long Island history of the Long Island Iced Tea, and the origin of no one's favorite cocktail at the legendary Oak Beach Inn. So grab yourself an Arnold Palmer and pour it down your pants, it's Life's a Banquet the podcast!Heritage Radio Network is a listener supported nonprofit podcast network. Support Life's A Banquet by becoming a member!Life's A Banquet is Powered by Simplecast.
This week Ken welcomes actor Anne Dudek (Mad Men, House, Friends) to the show. Ken and Anne discuss The Book Group, being a theater actor, multi cam sitcoms, Friends, bloopers, Head of the Class, Robin Givens, being miserable under contract, the changing nature of celebrity, how late night shows are irrelevant, Patch on Days of our Lives, casually wearing a boa constrictor, Soaps, And Now the Screaming Starts, Too Scared to Scream, Golden Girls, Murder She Wrote, Anne's Murder She Wrote Fan Fiction, 227, being isolated via media, Family Ties, Rags to Riches, Baby Jessica, the greatness of Angela Lansbury, "Mom" names, retro shows, The Wonder Years, Happy Days, what kids watch today, political divisions, could Family Ties be made today?, blaming Newt Gingrich, The Company of Wolves, guest starring, having two careers, being a movie actor or a TV actor, Magnum P.I., DRUGS, Just say No, being terrified of drugs, urban legends, school yard scare stories, The Long Hot Summer, Hardhat and Legs, Ruth Gordon, Bobby Short playing himself, the harshness of TV Guide, local MTV rip offs, This Old House, computer aided hose repair, being an architects, The Imposter, talking your way into a High School Principal position, Anthony Geary, and staging your childhood murder mysteries as an adult.
Chris Parker and Eli Matthewson are joined by the ICONIC Lady Trenyce this week to get stuck into the Drag Race Down Under Snatch Game, where truly only one queen did well. Lady Trenyce has some actual behind the scenes goss to share (spoiler alert: it's about Murder She Wrote), and we hear from the eliminated queen, who got in full, fabulous drag just for the pod.Join Rec Room – a weekly newsletter from The Spinoff full of recommendations of things to watch, read, listen to and eat. Sign up now at thespinoffrecroom.substack.com See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Open the Book of Cabot Cove and unleash an episode of Biblical proportions! That's right we are going back to paradise to learn and preach the theology of JB Fletcher. This is our fourth installment of this series and this time we study Season 4, Episode 7: "If It's Thursdays, It Must Be Beverly." So get ready to go to the beauty shop, reunite with Evie Simpson, hear about naughty kitties, Lotharios, Salmon mousse and of course, God herself. We are taking you back to the church of Angela Lansbury so hop on your bike, confess your sins and PRAY. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
It’s May and That Aged Well is kicking off a month of MURDER *thunder crashes*. First up, we have Angela Lansbury and Murder, She Wrote...only two episodes are discussed, but they’re more than enough fuel for Erika & Paul to tumble down various rabbit holes about things like San Francisco drag clubs, the proper way to confront a murderer and what quitting a job means.
Actress Dale Raoul talks about Sanatione, the world-wide filmmaking project she creates content for. This incredible documentary is a work in progress, featuring stories from around the globe of regular, everyday people surviving, thriving, and finding the good during this very difficult time. She's also here to talk about ALF and why Angela Landsbury never wore shoes on Murder, She Wrote (and that's more than good as far as I'm concerned).
Hear full length Gayest Of All time Podcasts 2 x a week at patreon.com/gayestofalltime Jonny his joined by his Sissybesties Julie and Brandy for an in person socially distanced outside podcast recording in the park! Jonny gifts Brandy her birthday gift! We discuss the return of Miami Housewives, Mariah Carey's penchant for tangents, the Jessica Fletcher impersonator on the "Murder She Wrote" audiobooks, celebrity sycophants, Lucille Ball's soft focus closeups and more! Hear the full episode at patreon.com/gayestofalltime
This week Dan and Jason talk about Wendy's Alaskan Fish, Dave's Hot N Juicy, Dan gets food poisoning, food trucks, Jesse produces the show, Jason is a talent middle man, coffee pipes, making the bed, TLC, Cults, and they break down in detail the 10th best Murder She Wrote episode of all time. Enjoy! Netflix Suggestion of the Week: Jason: People Magazine Investigates Cults (Discovery+) Dan: Manhunt: Unabomber Murder She Wrote Episode: Magnum on Ice (Season 3, Episode 8) Video Podcast Link YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCFCEtzOS_7KEGkIwa-TY5iA Audio Podcast Links Apple: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/lauer-road-radio/id1080548373 Podbean: https://lauerroadradio.podbean.com/ Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/show/5LmfrAiGoe2Db6VUR8nF0t?si=RrmDIYrPSY-ioWXwBQjBJA iHeart: https://www.iheart.com/podcast/256-lauer-road-radio-31121154/ Player.FM: https://player.fm/series/lauer-road-radio-2360388 Castbox: https://castbox.fm/channel/Lauer-Road-Radio-id1334980?country=us Stitcher: https://www.stitcher.com/show/lauer-road-radio Social Media Links Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/lauerroadradio/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/lauerroadradio Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/lauerroadradio/ Contact Us Directly Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Support Lauer Road Radio CashApp: $LauerRoadRadio https://cash.app/$LauerRoadRadio
April 19-25, 1986 This week Ken welcomes comedian, TV host, and nail polish enthusiast Abbi Crutchfield to the show. Ken and Abbi discuss snow, growing up in Indiana, Hooser vibes, Boston anger, accents, wanting to leave where you grew up, speaking other languages, New York vs. LA, stand up, local commercials, the best looking Men in Hollywood circa 1986, Murder She Wrote, being 50 forever, Pierce Brosnon, your James Bond, Don Johnson, Dallas, Robert Urich, Vegas, looking at things as an adult vs as when you were a kid, being a parent, Remington Steele, Magnum PI settling down, Heartbeat, Friday Night video store trips, creepy dudes hitting up the back room, nail polish, Small Wonder, child actors, Jim Davis, Garfield in Paradise, Tom Bosley, watching the stock market on TV, M&Ms, The Trix rabbit finally getting Trix, TV commercials, entering contests, being at a test screening of Milk Money, The Secret Garden, Columbo, murder, autopsies, Patrick McGoohan, Luke Thayer subjecting Abbi to Mr. Boogedy, John Astin, Home Alone, interviewing celebrities for People magazine, Ken's amazement at Todd Oldham, and being Up Early Tonight.
Hi, it’s Leonard Maltin. Jessie and I are taking some time off but we want to share another of our favorite episodes of Maltin on Movies. Whether you know her best as Mrs. Potts in Beauty and the Beast, Jessica Fletcher on Murder She Wrote, or the scheming mother from hell in The Manchurian Candidate, you’ll be glad to know that the real Angela Lansbury is alive and well at age 95. She was merely 93 when we recorded this conversation in her lovely Los Angeles home. Enjoy.