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I Just Don't Have Time For
Only Murder in the Building :: Episode 10

I Just Don't Have Time For

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 23, 2021 11:35


Andrew & Lindsey are recapping the finale episode of Hulu's Only Murders in the Building starring Steve Martin, Martin Short, and Selena Gomez. They chat about who murdered Tim Kono, Tina Fey's cameo, and the twist ending that set the show up for a season 2.Tune in next week for a recap of the entire first season of Squid Game.

The Johnny Mitchell Show
Sick Joke Ep. 50 | The Empire Is Crumbling

The Johnny Mitchell Show

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 22, 2021 54:58


Johnny discusses the Dave Chapelle "controversy," the new Jeffrey Epstein Documentary, and most importantly, the Selena Gomez nudes.   For video episodes become a member of the Patreon. patreon.com/sickjoke

Currently Binging
Only Murders in the Building (Season 1)

Currently Binging

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 22, 2021 26:20


It's all about Only Murders in the Building and there's quite a few things to discuss. INSTAGRAM: instagram.com/currentlybinging TWITTER: twitter.com/currentbinge The post Only Murders in the Building (Season 1) appeared first on inHer Glam.

One of Us
Screener Squad: Only Murders In The Building

One of Us

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 21, 2021 22:12


ONLY MURDERS IN THE BUILDING SERIES REVIEW Take two comedy legends, pair them with a pop star, and place them smack dab in a witty murder mystery set in a Manhattan apartment building and you've got one of the buzziest shows of the year. Steve Martin is Charles, Martin Short is Oliver and Selena Gomez… Read More »Screener Squad: Only Murders In The Building

Highly Suspect Reviews
Screener Squad: Only Murders In The Building

Highly Suspect Reviews

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 21, 2021 22:12


ONLY MURDERS IN THE BUILDING SERIES REVIEW Take two comedy legends, pair them with a pop star, and place them smack dab in a witty murder mystery set in a Manhattan apartment building and you've got one of the buzziest shows of the year. Steve Martin is Charles, Martin Short is Oliver and Selena Gomez… Read More »Screener Squad: Only Murders In The Building

The Rec
Squid Game and why things go viral, James Bond No Time to Die, the obscure rise of Ana De Armas and Brad's insane fruit take

The Rec

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 20, 2021 75:30


(0:00) Intro including Brad's allergy to autumn and a wild few weeks of movie releases. (5:40) Pop Tart is being sued for using replacement fruits in their trademark Strawberry toaster pastry. Brad is an insane person and Frank stumbles upon a Faux science for the ages. (13:22) Squid Game and what makes a show or movie go Viral? Sidebars include Halloween Costumes, K-Pop, Game of Thrones and Hunger Games. (35:45) A overarching review of the latest James Bond movie included the Ana De Armas bait and switch, stunts gadgets and another interesting Rami Malek performance. (1:04:25) The Rec's Recs - A24s Lamb -vs- Steve Martin and Selena Gomez's Only Murders in the Building.   

Double P Podcasts
Let's Solve ONLY MURDERS IN THE BUILDING episode 10: 'Open and Shut'

Double P Podcasts

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 20, 2021 18:33


After 10 podcasts, now we know: Who killed Tim Kono? And we know Who killed Evelyn the cat? But do we know Who poisoned Willie the Dog?  Why the killer took the green ring? Why the police scuttled the toxicology report on Tim Kono?  Let's solve ONLY MURDERS IN THE BUILDING! check clues from Episode 10 "Open and Shut"  PLUS, we look at the growing mysteries of Season 2! The murder mystery/true crime podcast spoof with Steve Martin, Martin Short and Selena Gomez! Upper West Side neighbors Charles, Oliver and Mabel bond over a shared love of true crime. When a fellow resident dies in their building, the trio determine to solve the mystery and record an accompanying podcast. Do you watch on Disney+, Hulu or Star or HotStar? Did we miss any clues? Twitter/Instagram: @DoublePHQ http://facebook.com/doublephq #OnlyMurdersInTheBuilding #OMITB #OnlyMurdersHulu #OnlyMurders ONLY MURDERS IN THE BUILDING Explained ONLY MURDERS IN THE BUILDING Recap ONLY MURDERS IN THE BUILDING Review ONLY MURDERS IN THE BUILDING Theory Theories s1e10 s01e10 In the season finale, the trio races toward a resolution while their own lives are put in danger.

The Mix Chicago Flash Briefings
Morning Flash Briefing 10.19.2021

The Mix Chicago Flash Briefings

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 19, 2021 1:26


Here's what's trending - Brad Pitt popping some new Champagne, Kanye West changes his name, and Selena Gomez and Cold Play perform "Let Somebody Go"

Pod Sematary
206 - Lake Placid (1999) & Host (2020)

Pod Sematary

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 19, 2021 85:14


Get more at podsematary.com! Read our afterthoughts for this episode at https://twitter.com/PodSematary/status/1450244090117832708 It's a Recommendation Week on Pod Sematary! Chris & Kelsey have their croc-killing cake and eat it too and then they summon a demon for a conference call. Thanks to David for the recommendations! The Classic Film: Lake Placid (1999) "Three people attempt to stop a gigantic crocodile, who is terrorizing residents in Black Lake, Maine” (IMDb.com). Lake Placid is just a bundle of clichés in a Jaws suit, but we can see why it may be some people's comfort flick. The Modern Film: Host (2020) "Six friends hire a medium to hold a seance via Zoom during lockdown, but they get far more than they bargained for as things quickly go wrong” (IMDb.com). Host, a byproduct of quarantine life and socializing via Zoom, won't blow your skirt up or anything, but it's pretty impressive for its low budget, short production turnaround, and relatively non-existent time commitment. Audio Sources: "Bill & Ted's Excellent Adventure" produced by De Laurentiis Entertainment Group, et al. "The Heart Wants What it Wants" written by Selena Gomez, et al., and performed by Selena Gomez "Host" (2020) produced by Shadowhouse Films "I Think I Love You" written by Tony Romeo and performed by The Partridge Family "I Think I Love You" written by Tony Romeo and performed by Less Than Jake "It's Not Unusual" written by Les Reed & Gordon Mills and performed by Tom Jones "Lake Placid" produced by Fox 2000 Pictures, et al. "Pet Sematary" written by Dee Dee Ramone & Daniel Rey and performed by The Ramones "Truth Hurts" written by Melissa Jefferson, et al., and performed by Lizzo "Zero Effect" produced by Castle Rock Entertainment, et al.

The Career Musician
Studio Drums From Home | Tony Morra EP. 136

The Career Musician

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 18, 2021 84:37


Tony Morra, drummer extraordinaire, has worked with the likes of Phil Ramone, Diane Warren, Amy Grant, Donna Summer, Roberta Flack, Paul Taylor, Discrete Drums Loop Series, Katy Perry, Selena Gomez, Taylor Swift, Carrie Underwood, Toby Mac, Keith Thomas, Kip Winger, Bruce Springsteen, Fabrizio Grossi, Many Albums for “Frontier Records”, Cindy Bradley, Jay Soto, Stephanie Smith, Ayeisha Woods, Rebecca Saint James, Britt Nicole, Michael Whalen, Stevie B, Sweet Sensation, Kathy Troccoli, Regie Hamm, Crystal Lewis, Avalon, Twila Paris, John Elefante, Rebecca Saint James, Van Zandt, AJ Croce and on. For 17 years now Tony Morra has been tracking drums for demos, custom records, indie projects. Tony is tracking drums for Masters, Television, Film, Loop Libraries, Video Games you hear on TV, Gaming systems and on radio everyday. Tony is one of the leaders in home recording through the Internet since it was possible to do so! He has been a beta tester for many online programs that make it easier to do sessions in real time. What was thought to be a little drum room for some extra work has turned into a livelihood. Tony's clients span the world! These sessions are done at his home with the sounds rivaling those done in the largest and most expensive studios,which Tony loves playing in, although that is getting less and less these days with the Home recording “buzz.” His room is outfitted with the best gear there is, Daking, API, GML, Avalon, TL Audio, DBX 160's, Distressors, Telefunken Pre's, vintage Orbans and so on! The mics are no joke; Neumann U47, AKG's, Audio Technica, KM 184's, modified Ribbons, and a ProTools HDX system. It's a new world and a new frontier in recording. Tony's embracing it! Using what's available to make the finest quality Drum Tracks available for those who might never have been able to afford to do so and for those where budget is not even a concern. https://www.paiste.com/en/musicians/tony-morra https://soundbetter.com/profiles/175134-tony-morra @thecareermusician @nomadsplace

Legends Only
Adele vs. Peppa Pig (Go Easy On Her)

Legends Only

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 17, 2021 66:35


T. Kyle and Bradley discuss the latest ‘British Bake Off' developments, a ‘Squid Game' Patreon bonus episode, the continued dragging of former Little Mix member Jesy Nelson, including a painful scalping by NPR, a UK Minute update from across the pond with ‘Drag Race UK,' including appearances from Steps (minus Lisa Scott-Lee) and Emma “Baby Spice” Bunton, High Fashion Editorial! featuring Meredith Marks at the Jen Shah vs. Brooks sit-down, Jamie Lee Curtis as her mother Janet Leigh at the ‘Halloween Kills' premiere, TikTok Talk featuring that iconic Barb Sachin who told Nicki Minaj to get back to work, mnmnooxx's Skinny Legend series and rising singer-songwriter Judy Garland going viral with her 1944 smash “The Trolley Song” among Gay Twitter, new music from SleepSleep (“The killer, he's escaping”), Pink Pantheress, Coldplay and Selena Gomez, Foxes, Smile and Robyn, Kelly Clarkson's very angry Christmas album, and of course, Adele's return with “Easy on Me,” '30,' and a continued feud with Peppa Pig. Stay safe, have fun, let us know who you're being for Halloween this year!We have merch! http://merch.legendsonlypodcast.com Listen to bonus episodes & join our Discord: http://patreon.com/legendsonly See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

Sisters Soiree
The Review of Only Murders In The Building: It is Peculiar and Eerie.

Sisters Soiree

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 15, 2021 11:23


Only Murders In The Building is a new limited series whose fresh episodes air on Hulu on Tuesdays. It has got jaded names like Selena Gomez, Martin Short and Steven Martin as the leads and it plays out at a high-end New York society where three bizarre people join forces to solve the murder committed in their building. Ever since its release, it hasn't been garnering decent reviews from the critiques but the audience seems to love it, so we decided to solve this mystery ourselves and give you its unbiased review! So, start listening! P.S: We might've been too harsh this time but we tried to put the truth in front of you. So enjoy! --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/shahana-shahnain/message

Get Social Podcast
65: Selena Gomez Reconsidered

Get Social Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 15, 2021 58:06


It's time for another installment of Reconsidered! In these episodes, we like to dive deep into the life and career of industry icons and reconsider them... have we been over rating them? Underrating them? Or properly rating them?! This week, we do a Selena Gomez deep dive. And I guarantee that you will learn TONS of things you didn't know before. How do you feel after reconsidering Selena?? Listen & let us know on Instagram! Follow us on Instagram: Summer @summerlambertphoto + @thestorycreative Rachel @rachelnellzey + @socialcoffeesupply

The Mix Chicago Flash Briefings
Evening Flash Briefing 10.14.21

The Mix Chicago Flash Briefings

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 14, 2021 1:04


Selena Gomez teases a new song on Tik Tok. Coldplay announces a world tour to support their new album. And Meghan Thee Stallion partners with Popeyes to create a new hot sauce.

OAWRS Show Highlights
Coldplay's Chris Martin Shares Why He Wanted to Work With Selena Gomez & More!

OAWRS Show Highlights

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 14, 2021 9:15


Future Bachelor
Episode 184 | ”Bye Week”

Future Bachelor

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 14, 2021 47:03


Si & Veronica are giving you some bye week content for episode 184! Reboots are in season with Netflix grabbing up “That ‘90s Show” and Disney+ premiering “Home Sweet Home Alone” in November. The internet knows how to take something and run with it… and the current obsession is the rumor of Chris Evans and Selena Gomez dating. Much like Ariana Grande before her, Jesy Nelson of Little Mix is getting called out for blackfishing in her latest music video. Vee went “Yikes!” to a couple different things this week. First up is Meghan Trainor and Daryl Sabara and their his and hers toilets. They can literally hold hands while they poop. Next up is Dave Chappelle's controversial new special and how Netflix has suspended a trans employee for speaking out against it. Is keeping the special up the right or wrong decision? Are we the drama for still talking about Bachelor Nation news even though it's an off week between seasons? Too bad because Ivan spilled some tea and Pieper confirms her relationship with Brendan. Kendall is leaning into being the “villain”... which feels equally on and off-brand for her. We can't wait to see Michelle boss up with these men next week! Join us for what is always a good time and leave us a rating and review for a shoutout! Follow us @thefuturebachelor on Instagram! Thanks to you all who have subscribed! -- For fun, great music updated weekly, follow FUTURE BACHELOR on Spotify!   ***SLAPPER OF THE WEEK*** “WOW” by Zara Larsson -- Follow us on Instagram!

Double P Podcasts
Let's Solve ONLY MURDERS IN THE BUILDING episode 9: 'Double Time'

Double P Podcasts

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 13, 2021 29:04


Bassooner or later, the suspect spotlight would turn to Jan!  What do you think? Is Jan the first-chair of lying killers?  Or is the evidence too flimsy for Arconiacs to believe?  Let's solve ONLY MURDERS IN THE BUILDING! by checking out the clues from Episode 9 "Double Time" Who knew the most popular sex toys could help with the school marching band?! PLUS, Tim Kono was poisoned with secobarbital! Who knew Evelyn the cat like bourbon too? The murder mystery/true crime podcast spoof with Steve Martin, Martin Short and Selena Gomez! Upper West Side neighbors Charles, Oliver and Mabel bond over a shared love of true crime. When a fellow resident dies in their building, the trio determine to solve the mystery and record an accompanying podcast. Do you watch on Disney+, Hulu or Star or HotStar? Did we miss any clues? Twitter/Instagram: @DoublePHQ http://facebook.com/doublephq #OnlyMurdersInTheBuilding #OMITB #OnlyMurdersHulu #OnlyMurders ONLY MURDERS IN THE BUILDING Explained ONLY MURDERS IN THE BUILDING Recap ONLY MURDERS IN THE BUILDING Review ONLY MURDERS IN THE BUILDING Theory Theories s1e09 s01e09 With the residents growing upset at the building's negative publicity, the trio faces a revolt. Charles is visited by an old colleague who sheds light on his past.

Look Behind The Look
Episode 7 | Season 2: Dana Covarrubius talks Only Murders In The Building!

Look Behind The Look

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 12, 2021 31:52


I had the pleasure of speaking with Dana Covarrubius who is the Costume Designer behind your new favorite show, Only Murders In The Building. We know you've already devoured season 1 and are relieved to hear that a Season 2 has been greenlit, now hear Dana and I talk about all your favorite characters played by Steve Martin, Selena Gomez, Martin Short and yes, she tells stories about Sting. Dana shares with me about her creative process and her career path. I especially loved hearing about her upbringing in Texas and finding inspiration in the window displays of her local mall as a young girl. Dana's resume includes hit shows - MasterNone (Netflix), Ramy (Hulu), Mrs.Fletcher (HBO), Crashing (HBO), Claws (TNT), Quantico (ABC), Broad City (Comedy Central), Inside Amy Schumer (Comedy Central) and Grand Army (Netflix). Enjoy learning more about her and her work now! --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/look-behind-the-look-pod/support

THE CITY CONFESSIONS
Ep 120: Hilla Narov and Samantha Woolf, Co-Founders of Official Partner- Challenges and Lessons as Female Entrepreneurs During Pandemic- Realities of working with A List Celebrities & Living Dream Job

THE CITY CONFESSIONS

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 12, 2021 46:40


Today we are joined by two entrepreneurial women, Hilla Narov and Samantha Woolf, co-founders of Official Partner, a premiere marketing and entertainment agency that connects brands with A list talent and influencers and New Yorkers. Prior to founding Official Partner, Samantha and Hilla each spent over 20 years at notable entertainment management agencies but then last year decided to pivot by starting their own agency. This was a little over one year ago during an unlikely time – the beginning of the Covid-19 global pandemic. While they faced many challenges, they have come out the other side and are even stronger. Hilla Narov and Samantha Woolf have an instinct for what's next, what's newsworthy and the ability to architect a winning deal that translates to success for their clients. In this episode, we cover the below topics: Lessons from their first year as female founders and their life in NYC Challenges they faced during the Covid-19 pandemic Why they believe mentoring other women is key to their success The fun and challenging experiences working with A list celebrities We also talk a lot about New York and how the city has affected their mindset, the way they approach business and what the city has given them. You can learn more about Samantha and Hila below: About Samantha Prior to starting Official Partner, Samantha was Head of Marketing, NY at United Talent Agency (UTA), one of the leading talent, influencer and entertainment agencies in the world. With over 20 years of experience, Samantha has worked with branding powerhouses Deutsch Inc., Grey Global Group, and PEOPLE magazine, and brands such as Covergirl, Pantene and Head & Shoulders. She has also worked closely with some of the most highly respected and sought-after talent faces across digital media, television, music, and live entertainment including Sofia Vergara, Taylor Swift, Queen Latifah, Ellen DeGeneres, Katy Perry, Selena Gomez, P!NK and James Charles. About Hilla A forward-looking thinker and creative problem-solver, Hilla has built trusted relationships across the entertainment, luxury, fashion, beauty, and lifestyle industries – always with an interest to drive brand visibility and business growth. Hilla brings over 20 years of public relations and brand management experience. She led the relaunch of Jordache's luxury denim collection securing Sarah Jessica Parker, partnered veterans non-for-profit Dog Tag Bakery with Starbucks and secured a multi-year sponsorship for Heidi Klum's Halloween with Party City. Hill has brokered numerous high profile talent deals for brands like Louis Vuitton, Dior, Tiffany, Bulgari, Coach, Maybelline, HSN, QVC and Mattel. Website: https://official-partner.com/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/officialpartneragency/ Feel free to direct any questions, comments or feedback to thecityconfessions@gmail.com. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/thecityconfessions/support

Gloss Angeles
Is a Meghan Markle Beauty Line in the Works? Plus Sara's Experience With PRP and More

Gloss Angeles

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 12, 2021 40:11


Glams, huge news. First off, Kirbie and Sara are losing it over the thought of Selena Gomez and Chris Evans dating. What would their celebrity couple name be? Sara then shares her experience getting PRP injected into her face with Dr. Jason Diamond, one of LA's top plastic surgeons. In not-so-shocking news, Sara recommends yet another body product. We're fine with it -- has she steered us wrong before? (No.) In headlines, we share our first impressions of Ellen Degeneres's new skin care line, Kind Science, which lead us to another piece of interesting news: Meghan Markle recently met with the co-founder of cosmetics giant Guthy-Renker. Is a Duchess brand in the works? We also make a case as to why you should start your holiday shopping this week and expand upon the news that JCPenney Beauty will start offering mass, massteige and prestige beauty products starting this month. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

Gloss Angeles
Is a Meghan Markle Beauty Line in the Works? Plus Sara's Experience With PRP and More

Gloss Angeles

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 12, 2021 40:11


Glams, huge news. First off, Kirbie and Sara are losing it over the thought of Selena Gomez and Chris Evans dating. What would their celebrity couple name be? Sara then shares her experience getting PRP injected into her face with Dr. Jason Diamond, one of LA's top plastic surgeons. In not-so-shocking news, Sara recommends yet another body product. We're fine with it -- has she steered us wrong before? (No.) In headlines, we share our first impressions of Ellen Degeneres's new skin care line, Kind Science, which lead us to another piece of interesting news: Meghan Markle recently met with the co-founder of cosmetics giant Guthy-Renker. Is a Duchess brand in the works? We also make a case as to why you should start your holiday shopping this week and expand upon the news that JCPenney Beauty will start offering mass, massteige and prestige beauty products starting this month. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

Pop Culture Primas
Australian Cowboy

Pop Culture Primas

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 12, 2021 40:07


Kim K slays her SNL gig, Selena Gomez and Chris Evans might be dating, and Alisa finds out that Keith Urban is Australian.

Dish Nation
26: 10/11/21 - #SmashAlert? Here's The Breakdown Of Selena Gomez And Chris Evans Dating Rumors

Dish Nation

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 11, 2021 20:00


The fabulous Vivica A. Fox is in the house and she's co-hosting with us! Plus, we're dishin' about last night's messy 'RHOP,' and find out what people said about Kim Kardashian's 'Saturday Night Live' debut on today's Dish Nation! 

Comments by Celebs
Ep 259: Kim's SNL Debut, Adele for Vogue, Bieber x Diane Keaton, & More.

Comments by Celebs

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 11, 2021 54:38


Emma and Julie start out with a full discussion on Kim's SNL debut - her opening monologue, epic skits, Khloé & Kris, and how she absolutely killed it overall. Washington Post article: https://url.emailprotection.link/?bR4HeF9sc5VjTpmaJiPI7jIb9hnxt10Z3ejqxpVoCl2y0YbxJi0gL72pDnxiM--EEFtE2D0B5iGNLznud-fuNr70o_WXSh8IQILuaQxHA1-0lKENPoxEbRvEgxy25yznD Kris Jenner Instagram: https://url.emailprotection.link/?bOBlK03OFRZ1-lvC8KC_psw3MrDgv0DcynOD5OqsYXigmVDzawqInIqvxIWcs-LZUvWNL0IL61IuRo3XMLaEoi3llug1r-KdZGv_910sZygzdFAqGwdseuJWkG7VQyWM7 They then dive into Adele‘s interview with British Vogue, as well as discuss the playfulness she portrayed in her IG Live, all ahead of her upcoming single/album release. Adele British Vogue: https://url.emailprotection.link/?bH8bA1Xq0h0jjJA_ejb0KAd6cIxqkemtUMX60-L5M9NF-gLw2piD2AclWaUTdYaePaSRI6PVYSqXa-DR5J3LJPzfR78lybfbDGm5khOp6KNUobTPOe-GVDDAYT4SvqFHJ Adele Full Instagram Live: https://url.emailprotection.link/?bGFWIxJwEA0kakgwyYhXLyHxSlADBL8aY-dmlr4iyAG5vysoELkAlXSbAWQd6FaSXHIxBmHdvtsLRYBxzz-BOFA~~ Next, Justin Bieber's music video for Ghost featuring the one and only Diane Keaton. Plus, rumors about Chris Evans & Selena Gomez. Ghost Music Video: https://url.emailprotection.link/?bGFWIxJwEA0kakgwyYhXLyLbieuWunyziouON2yK6xpd9Lhh1dGsgAIWbVjHkOWe_tmFqWqdyoWSGcOK-HXQ_dA~~ They end with discussing some of the more familial dynamics around Kim's SNL performance, mainly the contrasts in Khloé and Kourtney's responses to the show. Highlighted Black-Owned Business: Colorway Game Labs colorwaygamelabs.com Instagram.com/colorwaygamelabs Shop our merch: shop.commentsbycelebs.com Codes: Sakara - Sakara.com/CBC for 20% off your first order Everlane - Everlane.com/CBC for 10% off your first order plus free shipping BetterHelp - BetterHelp.com/Celebs for 10% off your first month Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

And The Writer Is...with Ross Golan
Ep. 144: Tommy Brown

And The Writer Is...with Ross Golan

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 11, 2021 61:16


Today's guest is an American record producer, songwriter and rapper. He currently lives in LA and was born and raised in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. Our guest has been Grammy-nominated as well as receiving multiple awards from ASCAP. He has scored multiple chart-topping albums while working with Ariana Grande on all six of her studio albums as well as executive producing Grande's 2020 album Positions. In addition to Grande, his most recent work includes Justin Bieber's single “Holy”, Blackpink's “Ice Cream feat. Selena Gomez” and “Bet You Wanna (feat. Cardi B)”. Brown has also collected production credits for three songs on Grammy-award-winning artist Meghan Trainor's second album, Thank You. Our guest learned from production greats Roy "Royalty" Hamilton and Rodney Jerkins, while working alongside them and eventually creating a team of his own. And The Writer Is… Tommy Brown! See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

Tres Leches
You + Me & Moving In

Tres Leches

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 11, 2021 64:46


Julie & Adrian are giving out advice again! This week they have the chisme on when it's the right time to move in with your significant other (& their lizard) or if you even have to at all? Is living separately from your committed partner the future of relationships? The Pop Culture Pop Up has chisme on the return of Adele, Jacob Benjamin Gyllenhaal making his red carpet debut with his much younger girlfriend (Julie has some choice words...) & a new couple alert: Chris Evans & Selena Gomez. Follow us on Twitter & Instagram @youmeandchismeEmail us: youmeandchisme@gmail.comFollow Julie & Adrian on Instagram & TwitterJulie (@juliexplores): Instagram & TwitterAdrian (@djadriatic): Instagram & Twitter 

Chicks in the Office
Selena Gomez & Chris Evans Rumors, Kim K SNL + Gregg Sulkin Interview

Chicks in the Office

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 11, 2021 79:08


Jay Cutler & Jana Kramer split (13:21-17:29). RHOBH reunion trailer (17:30-24:23). Selena Gomez & Chris Evans rumors (24:24-33:14). Bieber baby coming soon? (34:32-40:41). Kim Kardashian hosts SNL (40:42-48:26). Interview with Gregg Sulkin – talking his new Netflix show Pretty Smart, life in LA, his relationship + more! (50:20-1:15:32). CITO merch > http://bit.ly/citomerch. Follow us on Instagram @chicksintheoffice and on Twitter @chicksintheoff + subscribe to our Snapchat show > http://bit.ly/thegroupchat & our YouTube > http://bit.ly/CITOYOUTUBE.

Thinking Outside The Long Box
TOTLB 350 Only Murders in the Building

Thinking Outside The Long Box

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 11, 2021 23:10


When was the last time that you saw Martin Short and Steve Martin in a project together? The last time they were together for a project was for a Netflix special, An Evening You Will Forget for the Rest of Your Life! Now, they have a great relationship, and chemistry, and you wouldn't think that adding Selena Gomez to the mix would add to that chemistry, but man, this is a great trio!! We are of course talking about the Hulu series, Only Murders in the Building! "Only Murders in the Building follows three strangers, played by Steve Martin, Martin Short, and Selena Gomez, who share an obsession with a true crime podcast. After a murder in their building, the three neighbors decide to start their own show that covers their investigation of the murder." Only Murders in the Building, follows a trio of people who live in an apartment building, where a murder took place. All three friends have an affinity for podcasts, and in their mind, the next logical step, was to create a podcast that explored the murder in the building. The police of course think it was a suicide, and the three friends are setting out on not only debunking that theory, but also finding the murderer!  SUBSCRIBE: Apple Podcasts | Android |  Spotify | Pandora | RSS Tell us what you think!Leave us a voicemail at 970-573-6148Send us feedback and/or MP3's to outsidethelongbox@gmail.comFollow us on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, and Youtube!Support the podcast on Patreon!Credit - Doyle Daniels, Juan Muro, Gabe Llanas, Tim Huskey

How To Love Lit Podcast
Robert Browning - The Last Duchess - Poetry Supplement

How To Love Lit Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 9, 2021 47:23


Hi, I'm Christy Shriver and we're here to discuss books that have changed the world and have changed us.    And I am Garry Shriver and this is the How to Love Lit Podcast.  This week and next we will have two poetry supplements.  After talking about one of the worst romances in literature- we will switch to one of literature's greatest love stories- the romance of Robert and Elizabeth Barrett Browning- although you would never guess it after reading the poem we are doing today- My Last Duchess- a very twisted poem.  You know, Christy, now that I think about it, there's not really a lot of great love stories that we've read.  So many of them end poorly- Romeo and Juliet comes to mind- but even the real life stories aren't all that awesome.  I can't say I'm all that impressed with the love story of Mary Shelley and Percy Shelley.      No, I should think not.  I wouldn't think Petrarch or Lauuuura define true love either- although Petrarch sure got a lot of mileage out of their non-relationship.    No, Hester and Dimmesdale didn't end well.    Or William Butler Yeats and Maud Gonne    Now that you mention it, whether we're talking about characters or writers- there's quite a bit of tragedy involved.    You're right- but of course, doesn't great love tragedies produce great art- look no farther than the new hit song by Selena Gomez about her disasterous relationship with Justin Bieber.  “Lose You to Love Me” debuted at number 15 on the Billboard Hot 100 and stayed on the chart for 23 weeks- hittint it number one.      And it was number 1 on Itunes as well.  Of course, Justin Bieber has milked that relationship or should I say, all of their break ups over the years, as well.      Well, xometimes things do go right- there's hope for the Noras and Torvalds out there.  HA!  So, let's introduce at least one love story that went right…Robert and Elizabeth Barrett Browning.  Except, if you want to know the love-story part, you'll have to stick around for one more episode.  We're going to start with this episode by discussing Robert Browning and his most nefarious villiian in “My Last Duchess” and then we'll look at Elizabeth and her infectious love sonnets- and that's when we'll get into their personal story.    Great, so Robert Browning, what I find unusual about Robert Browning is that there is nothing unusual about Robert Browning.  I'm so used to all of these British poets and their colorful lives, but he's kind of a non-scandalous person, well- if you don't count the part about his elopement with Elizabeth, of course.    Indeed, and that is just how he liked it- perhaps a man of his time.  Let me back us by introducing him as part of the Victorian Age- that glorious period of English history where Britain held the position of world leadership- I guess somewhat like we think of as belonging to the United States today.      Just for clarification- The Victorian period is considered somewhere around 1837-1900.    Oh yes- I should have said that.  Not talking about literature, Garry, what stands out about this period of time.      Well, there's a lot- it was an incredible period and Queen Victoria was incredibly popular.  When you say Victorian England, a lot comes to mind- both good and bad- but the first thing that comes to my mind, and please bear in mind that I'm American, so there's the disclaimer- we're always talking about impressions from this side of the Atlantic, but the first thing that comes to mind is just the incredible amount of material progress- there was unequaled production of goods- England was well on the front end of the Industrial Revolution.  There was a lot of innovation, a growing middle class- but then again on the flip side- with that there's all the social problems that go with material progress.  Things that we think of Charles Dickens writing novels about- street children, dirty pollution from coal- the sort of things we've talking about in other episodes like when we talked about where the Bronte sisters grew up or William Blake's Chimney Sweepers- and these problems are the things that lots of people but specifically a lot of writers were concerned about and commenting on.  John Ruskin famously said, “that the real test of a community is not how much wealth it is producing but what kind of people it is producing” and of course he's right about that.  It was something that would take years to sort out- finding the moral balance between production and exploitation- something every society wrestles with and always will.      Well, the Brownings, surprisingly, weren't really a part of that protest movement, to be honest- and the reason I say that is because for a big chunk of time, in fact, their entire married life, they lived in Italy.    Didn't Ibsen live in Italy, and Keats lived in Italy- Italy seems to be responsible for a lot of great English language writing.    Ironically, that's true.  Well, getting to the Brownings, Robert Browning grew up in Camberwell, at the time, a suburb of London. He was the only son of a fairly affluent family.  He was the product private tutoring, world travel, and a lot of what today we would call privilege.  None of this made him a famous poet though.      It wasn't for lack of trying.  I was impressed to see how supportive his family was to the point of paying for his work to get published.  I was also impressed by how bumpy his start was.  It seems his work was not well-received initially, and in fact was met with a bit  of mean-spirited extremely embarrassing criticism.  John Stuart Mill said that Browning was parading and I quote a “morbid state” of self-worship after he published his first poem named “Pauline” when he was 21.      Yeah- that seems meat to me, and maybe would have wiped me out too, but in his case, Browning reacted to those criticisms of his early work in a positive kind of way.  I find it clever, actually,  and this stylistic change altered the course of his career.  He swore off confessional writing- the kind that'spersonal-  and instead modified from the kind of writing he had done in the poem “Pauline” and turned to what today, he is has become famous for- the dramatic monologue.    Exactly- now Christy, I think we've mentioned these before, but what is a dramatic monologue and more importantly, why should we care?    Thank you for asking exactly the question I wanted to answer!    Ha!  It's like you didn't ask me to ask you.    Well, there is that- hahaha- anyway, let me start by saying that the reason most people don't like poetry in general is because they think it doesn't make a lot of sense.  It doesn't SAY anything. And I realize, we high school English teachers, likely share part of the blame for this dislike of the genre.  More than one teacher, myself included I'm sure, have droned on and on about things that are fairly boring.  I remember a few years ago, and this is a tangent, but it's stayed with me.  Anyway, it was a junior English class and I started the class by saying something like, “Today, students, we are going to explore some of the key features of American Romanticism and then some of the greatest hits”- to which a kid from the back row rapid fire responded- with “And that is why I got up and came to school this morning”.   It made me laugh because this particular boy, an athlete, could not think of an introduction to anything more boring than what I had just described…although, in fairness, American Romanticism is NOT boring…but I digress.    Ha!!  I'm sure you changed his mind about the writings of Edgar Allan Poe and Walt Whitman.         Well, of course I did.  HA!   But where I'm heading is that- when we think of poietry as being  boring.  We often are thinking about confessionals – people whining about their lives, their loves, getting in their feelings for the wrongs life has brought upon them- that sort of thing.      For most of us- that is not the purpose of reading.  We think of writing as a form of communicating information, and reading as a form of gathering information.  The problem with a poem is that it has no information.  And so the natural reaction to it is the very honest question- why am I reading this?  But we shouldn't read poetry like we would read an article on Snap Chap or a newspaper editorial.   Instead, we should judge it with a very intuitive criteria- did I learn something, did it make me laugh or cry, was it unexpected, did it change my mind?  That sort of thing?     But isn't learning or gathering information a large part of what writing is about?    Well, of course that's true- but it isn't a very good way to read poetry because if you do it that way you just can't enjoy it-  what makes great poetry is not the transmission of information at all.  What makes great poetry is the exact same thing as what makes great plays or great novels or great music- they voice ideas about the world- they spotlight things we experience, things we've seen but have not articulated, things we've noticed but have not thought.  Great poems are not about the poet at all- they are about us- the reader.  They are about our experiences in the world- they are about understanding the people and the emotions that populate our world. And then we are no longer alone in our world- even from 100 years ago, there was a guy who knows somebody like I know.   And Robert Browning did this sort of thing extremely well.  And I want to explain how all of this works.      Sounds good.      One thing we have to always keep in our minds about a poem is that the speaker is not the author.  In other words the poem may be in the first person, but that doesn't mean we are to understand that the speaker is writing about himself.  Example, a poem may say “I love chopped onions” and the poet actually hates them, but the speaker of the poem can say I love chopped onions because this speaker is his own separate character totally apart from the poet. And in this world that has been created, the speaker likes chopped onions.    This is, of course, true for plays as well, we know that Nora is not Ibsen , nor is Torvald.  But when we read poetry, we slip into the habit of thinking the poet is writing about his or her own life- that it's ocnfessional.  And although, that's sometimes true, and it was true for the poems we're going to read by Elizabeth next-  it's not necessarily true- in fact, I would argue- it's mostly not true.  So, that brings us to dramatic monologues.  In the dramatic monologue, especially Browning's,  it is extremely apparent that the speaker is NOT the poet.   Browning wants to make it very clear he is not using dramatic monologues as a masking technique to talk about himself.      Instead, he uses this poem, My Last Duchess,  to explore something really twisted in humanity- and although, I doubt many of us know a guy as twisted as this guy from this poem- he doesn't sound unrelatable.  As we read the monologue, Browning pushes forth a really aggressive commentary on how people treat each other, but he does it with a sort of ironic detachment.  He can entertain us as well as comment on how humans behave towards each other because he's not talking at all.  He will allow the twisted character to just talk and through this guy's, own confessions, he tell us information about himself, his view of the world, his behaviors and from there we are enabled to actually judge for ourselves how nuts this guy is, and then we can extrapolate people we may have met who are kind of like this, or maybe even really like this.      Well, I have to say, as a student of psychology, My Last Duschess, is one of the more psychologically twisted characters and fascinating characters I've read about since we've started this podcast.  The inordinate level of hubris Browning expresses through this duke makes most egomaniacs we know look small time.      True- but although none of us go to dinner parties expecting to see pictures of dead wives behind curtains, we may know someone we also find to have an absurd level of vanity disproportionate to their accomplishments or essence- that hints at this level of hubris. That to me is how this poem connects to A Doll's House, Torvald Helmer, but in his middle class suburban way expresses this  unusual degree of possessiveness that we see blown up in a Renaissance setting.  Torvald doesn't seem like the kind of guy who would murder his wife, but he most certainly has reduced her to a work of art, a treasure- something comparable to a portrait on a wall to be brought out and admired, but then put back on the shelf- that portrait better not exercise any sort of will of her own- and if she knows what's best- try to stay mostly quiet and unsmiling towards strangers.      So, in case, you are unfamiliar with the poem and I've confused you, let me introduce you to the speaker of Browning's poem.  The speaker in this poem is an Renaissance Italian Duke- a extremely wealthy man, who's pedigree includes a 900 year old name.      Garry, was the guy in the poem a real person or totally something Browning made up entirely in his head.      Interesting you should ask that because as you know, I've always thought that writers write from their experience or what they know- but in the case of this particular poem- if this is an actual person- I'm not really sure we can say that it is.  We do know that Browning was well traveled and in 1838 spent two months in Northern Italy studying Italian history and legends.  This poem seems to be set somewhere in that area- there's a lot of scholarship to say maybe the town of Ferrara which, for those of us less familiar with Northern Italy, think of it as North of Florence but South of Verona or Venice.  This may or may not be the right town or the right Duke, but it's an interesting hypothesis that the Duchess in the story could be Lucrezia, Cosimo de Medici's younger daughter who was married to Alfonso of the Este family.  She supposedly died of tuberculosis, but Alfonso showed no interest in her as a wife- to the point that he left three days after their wedding in Florence without his new bride for France.  He didn't even see Lucretia for the next two years.  When he did come back to Ferrara, he sent for his wife, she moved to Ferrara and a year later, barely 17 was found dead.  It could have been tuberculosis, it could have been poisoning, we all know the Renaissance is famous for a disproportionate share of people being poisoned to death including a few members of the DE Medici family, and of course, Catherine de Medici was famous herself for poisoning people.    I saw that in the tv series, Reign.  Well, getting back to our Duke, what about this Duke from Ferraro, Alfonso the Second,  what kind of guy he- does he match the profile of someone who might poison his wife?      That's a good question.  It seems he was something of a jerk.  Historians, and let me quote one, called him an “immoderately arrogant and conceited, and prided himself beyond measure upon his bravery, intelligence, and ancient descent.  With all that he was vengeful and ever ready to pursue a feud.”  So, there you have that commentary, it seems a possibility-  but of course, as we will see as we read the poem, Christy, are we even sure the Duke in the Last Duchess murders his wife?  Renaissance murderers were kind of mysterious like that- you just never knew.      I guess so, before we get out of the history part and start reading the poem, let me ask one more question.  In this poem, the Duke keeps a portrait of his murdered wife behind a curtain so he can admire her and show her off when he wants to, is there a portrait of Lucrecia that we know of today that might have inspired this poem?  Or is there a painter called Fra Pandolf- the name of the painter in the poem?  Do we know of any  emissaries that would have been representing the would be the next duchess- the one to follow the Last Duchess?  Is there any historical evidence based on the clues from the poem that any of the other characters were real people?    Well yes and no- the first hurdle in definitely declaring this poem to be about Lucretia de Medici- is that  There is no such painting that we know of, and there is no such famous painter as Frau Pandolf.  But, if we just assume that there might have been but it's just gone to history, and we work on the assumption that the Last Duchess is Lucrezia de medici, that means the second wife would have to be Barbara of Austria.  There's a long story there, their marriage only lasted 8 years before she died.  She was most famous for her work with destitute young girls and even founded a house for them.  After she died, Alfonso married a third time, this time to Margherita, the 15 year old  niece of  his wife Barbara of Austria.    Well, whether this is the guy or not, he does seem to be creepy enough to fit the bill.    I think so.  And honestly, it doesn't matter.  This stuff is just interesting stuff to discuss at Trivia night.    I agree, I've read enough Machiavelli to know that the Renaissance boys were not above poisoning people for most anything- and that isn't even the point.  Browning doesn't tell us who it is maybe because it's a composite of a couple of people, maybe it's because it's a totally made up person, but I think because in a more important sense, this is metaphorical- this Duke is a metaphor of a familiar ego- one a reader of Ibsen might latched on to, one we can all latch on to.  And yes, this is a poem about objectifying women again, and this is why we chose to feature it this week, but honestly, if you think about it= the metaphor of the ultimate egoist s person so stupid and delusional that he sees himself as the Neptune in his world is not far fetched.    Ah- no- I'd say- look no farther than a twitter feed.  Shall we read, Christy- as this is a dramatic monologue- to what degree should we bring a dramatic reading to the text.    I think we should bring a very dramatic reading to it.  Do you want to give it a go. Let's read break it up, and then we can put it all back together and see if we can understand it.      Sure, let me read it….      Okay, there's a lot to say, but I want to break everything down so that the poem can be fun- and it is fun.  The way to read poems, and I know I've said this before, and not just me, but everyone, is read them slowly.  It's about enjoying the details.  It's not about rushing to the end, so let's do that…    That's my last Duchess painted on the wall,  Looking as if she were alive.     Sentence one- we are to see that the duchess is painted on the wall- we'll understand in a minute that that's probably a fresco, but that doesn't necessarily matter.  She looks as if she were alive, implying she's dead.  We also know that the belonged to the Duke- it's his duchess and we know it's the last one whe had.  We should also be alarmed that the tone here is quite detached.  Garry, I hope if something bad happens to me, you don't talk about me like this.  There is no tenderness here- there's pride, perhaps, but no tenderness.      Let's keep going….    I call  That piece a wonder, now; Fra Pandolf's hands  Worked busily a day, and there she stands.  Will't please you sit and look at her?    Sentence 2- 3The piece is a wonder- not the woman- again-the PIECE is the wonder- be it the paitning or the woman- it's all very detached.  But we also are told that she was painted by Fra Pandolf- Garry, you said we don't know anything about this guy for sure, but is there any historical context that could give us some help in understanding subtext here.    Well,  Fra- is short for Friar- this is a catholic monk or priest.  That tells us that there is NO sexual hanky panky going on.  Friar's take vows of chastity, and although we know there were those that broke them, there were more that didn't and we should presume that here as well.  Also, he worked busily a day- may imply that this IS a fresco.  Fresco paintings had to be done in one day, like with Michelangelo and the Sistine chapel because when the plaster dries youre done.  But the nice thing about them is that once they do dry, they last forever.  If you wanted beauty to never die- a fresco would be the way to go.    And notice this rhetorical question- whoever the Duke is talking to is basically being told to sit and admire the last Duchess.  We will soon find out that this guy is the emissary for the new Duchess, so in a sense, it is not appropriate to sit and stare at the last Mrs. So, we have to wonder, why does he insist on this?  This next sentence is really very long and difficult to understand.        I said  “Fra Pandolf” by design, for never read  Strangers like you that pictured countenance,  The depth and passion of its earnest glance,  But to myself they turned (since none puts by  The curtain I have drawn for you, but I)  But to myself they turned (since none puts by  The curtain I have drawn for you, but I)  And seemed as they would ask me, if they durst,  How such a glance came there; so, not the first  Are you to turn and ask thus.     This sentence takes a couple of rereads to just make sense of it- but let me put it in my words.  Basocially, he's saying that Fra Pandolf- on purpose- captured a very specific facial expression in the face of his ex-wife.  She had this certain deep and passionate smile- the way he's suggesting here- it's almost a sexy smile- and- according to this duke, he imagines that the guy he's talking to is like everyone else in the world and everyone else in the world- when they see this painting want to ask him, although they don't dare because this duke is just that intimidating- they want to ask him who she's looking at to give such a sexy glance.  And then he is just going to tell this guy- who did not ask that question or even ask to see this painting- who exactly his wife was looking at when she gave this sexy smile.  And notice that the way he phrases it almost suggests the last duchess was perhaps cheating on him.      Sir, 'twas not  Her husband's presence only, called that spot  Of joy into the Duchess' cheek; perhaps  Fra Pandolf chanced to say, “Her mantle laps  Over my lady's wrist too much,” or “Paint  Must never hope to reproduce the faint  Half-flush that dies along her throat.”    He says, it wasn't just my presence that gave her that sexy smile.  Maybe even Fra Pandolf happened to suggest that she reveal a little more skin- implying maybe she liked to show a little more skin- a little more wrist.  He goes on to say that paint couldn't possibly reproduce her half-flush.  All of this is pseudo sexual language that ends with death threat along the throat.      Let me interject something here that caught my eye- the way he talks to the guy he's talking to is very condescending.  He makes him sit down.  He uses the term “sir” and “you” instead of “thee or thou” that would have been more appropriate between men of equal station of the time period.  He is talking down to this guy for whatever reason.    Look at these next two sentences-     Such stuff  Was courtesy, she thought, and cause enough  For calling up that spot of joy. She had  A heart—how shall I say?— too soon made glad,  Too easily impressed; she liked whate'er  She looked on, and her looks went everywhere.    He's going on and on about this sexy smile.  But here he again implies she's permiscuous.  He uses the word “stuff”- that is a very vague term which we use euphemistically for things we don't want to say outloud.  Then he says this, “she had a heart- how shall I say?- too soon made glad” that phrase- how shall I say is set off with dashes.  This duke is stopping as if he can't quite find the right word to describe the behavior for his wife- how shall I say- he's looking for that word and the words he comes up with are “too soon made glad”- or she gets happy to easily- again implying almost less subtly that she flirts inappropriately.  Just the very idea that he wants to pretend that he has to find the right word- he's been rattling on and on in perfect iambic pentameter for a good 22 lines with no need to even have any dash at all- much less a problem with coming up with the right words.  In fact, he has already told us he shows off this picture many times apparently to a bunch of people who look at that sexy smile and wonder who she's smiling at.      He will continue to imply that his wife was a slut with even more euphemisms.  Read the next two sentences.      Too easily impressed; she liked whate'er  She looked on, and her looks went everywhere.  Sir, 'twas all one!     That last sentence, is a telegraphic sentence- that means it's very short for the purpose of highlighting a very important idea.  She looked everywhere and with that same dang sexy smile.  It's clear by this point he hated that.       My favour at her breast,  The dropping of the daylight in the West,  The bough of cherries some officious fool  Broke in the orchard for her, the white mule  She rode with round the terrace—all and each  Would draw from her alike the approving speech,  Or blush, at least. She thanked men—good! but thanked  Somehow—I know not how—as if she ranked  My gift of a nine-hundred-years-old name  With anybody's gift.      And now we are let on to the secret that this guy may be a psychopath.  Look at what he's jealous of- that duchess presumed to look at the sunset with her sexy smile.  A nice person gave her a cherry and she gave him a sexy smile.  She gave her mule that sexy smile.  Now we are led to question, is this really a sexy smile or is this just a kind smile?  It appears she had the audacity to thank people for things- clearly something he doesn't do.  And in fact, something she should not do- the only person she should ever be thanking is him.  He gave her the most p recious thing in the entire universe- his name- and if she thanked him other people with the same words as she used to thank him- or if she smiled at people with a kind smile- that was a direct assault him.  Who does she think she is?    Who'd stoop to blame  This sort of trifling? Even had you skill  In speech—which I have not—to make your will  Quite clear to such an one, and say, “Just this  Or that in you disgusts me; here you miss,  Or there exceed the mark”—and if she let  Herself be lessoned so, nor plainly set  Her wits to yours, forsooth, and made excuse—  E'en then would be some stooping; and I choose  Never to stoop.     Notice how the tone seems to shift here.  He's getting a little angrier.  He's also throwing out more of those dashes- this time to set off the phrase that he doesn't have skill in speech- of course he has skill in speech- that's the whole point.      It reminds me of when I've fussed at my children and said something like, “I guess I didn't make myself clear when I asked you to clean your room”- you're not really communicating you were not clear, you're communicating you WERE clear and you were ignored.      Exactly- and apparently he had told her that certain behaviors of hers like smiling and thanking people were disgusting to him and she blatantly ignored this.  She refused to be lessoned- and of course we have a pun here- because lessons are something that you learn- she refused to be taught- but she also refused to be lessened as in made smaller.  She didn't stoop – but here's what's worse. He didn't actually tell her anything.  He didn't actually ask her to do or not do anything.  For him to actually have to tell her to do these things- that in and of itself would be degrading to him.      I've been told that line before- perhaps you have to- I shouldn't have to tell you to do this- you should just know it- you should WANT to do this thing that I want you do to do.  And by you not knowing or not wanting the right things that I want you to want or to like- THAT is the infraction- the insult lies there.  How could you NOT want this thing that I want you to want or have this behavior that I want you to have.  The very idea that I would have to stoop to tell you is in itself an insult beyond scope.      And if you are not convinced that he's psycho- he's got more to say.  First to confirm that she did not cheat on him or even hate him.      Oh, sir, she smiled, no doubt,  Whene'er I passed her; but who passed without  Much the same smile?    She smiled at him.  It seems, as we are now to assume, that she did not have a sexy smile but that this smile was a kind smile- she smiled kindly at him.  And THIS was an insult because that smile, that we see on the wall- that sexy smile that is now a kind smile- she gave out to other people besides him.  Why would she do that!??  That was just too too much, so the poor person sitting down and listening to this is supposed to clearly understand that by this point he had no choice- she had to go.       This grew; I gave commands;  Then all smiles stopped together. There she stands  As if alive.    So, did he have her executed?    I know- it's ambiguous.  I read somewhere that someone directly asked Browning this question to which and one time he replied smugly, I didn't say he had her executed.  I said all smiles stopped, maybe he sent her to the convent.  But another time he said, yes, these were commands to be put to death..so we are left to make that determination for ourselves.  I will say, I think the person he's talking to thinks he had her killed.  As we read these lines, there's an indication that tried to bolt but the Duke won't let him. Let's read the ending.     Will't please you rise? We'll meet  The company below, then. I repeat,  The Count your master's known munificence  Is ample warrant that no just pretense  Of mine for dowry will be disallowed;  Though his fair daughter's self, as I avowed  At starting, is my object. Nay, we'll go  Together down, sir. Notice Neptune, though,  Taming a sea-horse, thought a rarity,  Which Claus of Innsbruck cast in bronze for me!      How do you think that means the emissary is trying to bolt?    Well, first the Duke tells him to get up for them to go down together to meet the new duchess- but then he says, nay= nay means no- no to what- I think the guy was trying to get head of him because he says, “nay, we'll go together.”  He's not letting this guy out of his sight.  He's enjoying this.  He wanted to tell this story.  He wanted to brag on his omnipotence- it's not a coincidence that he's showing off another piece of art of his- this one a Roman God- Neptune.  And this is the final thought of the poem and worth us taking a minute to think about.  Again- this is why poetry is not informational.  The fun of poetry is not to get to the end and get all the information.  The fun of poetry is to slow down and think the thoughts the poet is feeding you.  Following the clues and hearing his voice.  Browning, from over 100 years ago wants to give us a few ideas about life and how to look at certain people that surface in every generation.      And the final image is this statue of the Roman god, Neptune.  When we see the statue, the first thing we think about is =huh, another piece of art.  Browning has created a frame for his poem- he started and ended his poem with art- these two pieces.  Then the next thought should be- huh- I wonder what Neptune is supposed to tell us.  Who is Neptune?  How does art piece number two connect with art piece number 1? Well, obviously, Neptune is the god of the sea- the Greeks called him Poseiden.  But what is he doing here- well- he's taming a sea horse- what does that mean?  This statue is not a static statue- it's not a bowl of fruit, it's not even a horse in a park.  It's a Roman god taming  a sea horse.  Neptune, in general is god of the sea – he commands and controls nature itself- the environment- there is a suggestion here of violence- by casting the sculpture in bronze the Duke has tamed and stopped the god taming the sea- he is the master of it all- he is in total control- Neptune has restrained the sea horse in exactly the same way as the Duke has restrained his wife- he controls the vitality- just as he has frozen the vitality in this statue- the vitality of his wife is also frozen.      Well, and what is ironic about all of it- is that in describing his ex-wife- he describes a woman totally in tune with life- she connected to nature, to others, to animals- she was the very expression of vitality- to the point that her vitality is expressed in a smile he tries to explain away as adulterous.  He is bragging because he had the power to get rid of that smile- to get rid of that vitality- she could be reduced to a work of art in death- something he could never accomplish in life.      And yet, there is more irony even in this…in order to destroy his wife- he preserved her for all eternity.  We all know that art outlasts a single lifespan.  By destroying her vitality- he preserved her vitality.     Oh my, that's confusing- are you trying to make us crazy.      Maybe- but I'm trying to point out how fun poetry can be if we let it.  Let's read it put back together.    That's my last Duchess painted on the wall,  Looking as if she were alive. I call  That piece a wonder, now; Fra Pandolf's hands  Worked busily a day, and there she stands.  Will't please you sit and look at her? I said  “Fra Pandolf” by design, for never read  Strangers like you that pictured countenance,  The depth and passion of its earnest glance,  But to myself they turned (since none puts by  The curtain I have drawn for you, but I)  And seemed as they would ask me, if they durst,  How such a glance came there; so, not the first  Are you to turn and ask thus. Sir, 'twas not  Her husband's presence only, called that spot  Of joy into the Duchess' cheek; perhaps  Fra Pandolf chanced to say, “Her mantle laps  Over my lady's wrist too much,” or “Paint  Must never hope to reproduce the faint  Half-flush that dies along her throat.” Such stuff  Was courtesy, she thought, and cause enough  For calling up that spot of joy. She had  A heart—how shall I say?— too soon made glad,  Too easily impressed; she liked whate'er  She looked on, and her looks went everywhere.  Sir, 'twas all one! My favour at her breast,  The dropping of the daylight in the West,  The bough of cherries some officious fool  Broke in the orchard for her, the white mule  She rode with round the terrace—all and each  Would draw from her alike the approving speech,  Or blush, at least. She thanked men—good! but thanked  Somehow—I know not how—as if she ranked  My gift of a nine-hundred-years-old name  With anybody's gift. Who'd stoop to blame  This sort of trifling? Even had you skill  In speech—which I have not—to make your will  Quite clear to such an one, and say, “Just this  Or that in you disgusts me; here you miss,  Or there exceed the mark”—and if she let  Herself be lessoned so, nor plainly set  Her wits to yours, forsooth, and made excuse—  E'en then would be some stooping; and I choose  Never to stoop. Oh, sir, she smiled, no doubt,  Whene'er I passed her; but who passed without  Much the same smile? This grew; I gave commands;  Then all smiles stopped together. There she stands  As if alive. Will't please you rise? We'll meet  The company below, then. I repeat,  The Count your master's known munificence  Is ample warrant that no just pretense  Of mine for dowry will be disallowed;  Though his fair daughter's self, as I avowed  At starting, is my object. Nay, we'll go  Together down, sir. Notice Neptune, though,  Taming a sea-horse, thought a rarity,  Which Claus of Innsbruck cast in bronze for me!        A great writer can make things simple- like the simplistic understanding that this is an excellent portrait of a psychopath- which it is- to a historical understanding- as an expose on the dark side of the Renaissance- a moralistic understanding- like beware of objectifying self-serving schucks- or what I will call an optimistic reading….freedom and vitality cannot be contained…life finds a way… (to quote that philosopher Michael Crichton) and that way may just be through a poem.. .  Thank you Robert Browning.    Yeah- well there you go- today's take away- stop reading for information- but read looking for the vitality!!!      Yeah!  Read for vitality!! It's there!      Next episode, we will tell you the famous love story of Robert Browning and his celebrity wife, Elizabeth Barrett, and we'll read some bona fide love poems.  Thank you for spending time with us today.  We don't take that for granted.  Support us, if you don't mind, by tweeting an episode on your twitter feed, your linked in feed, or your facebook or Instagram feed.  Text an episode to a friend and help us grow.    Thank you.    Peace out.     

The JV Show Podcast
Let's GOOOOOOO Giants!!!!!

The JV Show Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 8, 2021 87:16


On today's 10-8-21 Friday show: It's national fluffernutter day!, there is a pill that can make all your farts odorless, Skylar Grey comes on the show to talk about her new single, the Karen Halloween costume is getting some backlash, Selena Gomez might have a new love interest, the NLDS series starts tonight between the Giants and the Dodgers, and people say the new GAP Kanye hoodies are actually really nice. Plus tons more!

kPod - The Kidd Kraddick Morning Show
Celebrity Gossip 2- Selena And Chris Evans Dating?

kPod - The Kidd Kraddick Morning Show

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 8, 2021 12:31


Adele graces the cover of Vogue next month and she opened up about everything from her divorce to her new album, and more. Plus, Selena Gomez and Chris Evans - working together? Friends? Romance?

Pop Culture After Dark
Adele's COMING, Britney Spears DRAGS her family, Shane Dawson is BACK, Billie Eilish & ACL Festival Drama, Lizzo's facing backlash + MORE!

Pop Culture After Dark

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 8, 2021 81:42


On this weeks podcast we talk about: Shane Dawson awkwardly coming back to YouTube, Adele's new music coming NEXT WEEK, R Kelly SINGING LIKE A BIRD to the feds, Chris Evans and Selena Gomez may be dating, Britney Spears SHADES her family, Harry Styles explains "Watermelon Sugar", Denise Richards is PISSED at the California Legal system and MORE! Please make sure you leave us a rating and a review wherever you're listening - we'll love your FOR-EV-ER! ****Join our Patreon for EXCLUSIVE content!*** http://patreon.com/popcultureafterdark Follow The Show: Instagram: http://instagram.com/popcultureafterdark Follow Abel: IG: http://instagram.com/abelozuna4 Website: http://abelozuna.com Follow Vonnie: IG: http://instagram.com/vonniesmiles TikTok: @yvonneascension --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/popcultureafterdark/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/popcultureafterdark/support

Jason and Deb Full Show
The Morning X with Jason Dick and Friends - Hour 2 - Emily's First Time

Jason and Deb Full Show

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 7, 2021 29:16


We discuss how Squid Game spoilers were on the walls the whole time, Emily's First Time meeting a functional adult, and a round of Let's Talk Talkies. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Coast Mornings Podcasts with Blake and Eva
10 - 6-21 BLAKE'S TV BINGE AND ANNOYING SELENA GOMEZ VOICE

Coast Mornings Podcasts with Blake and Eva

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 6, 2021 3:40


10 - 6-21 BLAKE'S TV BINGE AND ANNOYING SELENA GOMEZ VOICE by Maine's Coast 93.1

Double P Podcasts
Let's Solve ONLY MURDERS IN THE BUILDING episode 8: 'Fan Fiction'

Double P Podcasts

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 6, 2021 26:40


Arconiacs Assemble! Let's solve ONLY MURDERS IN THE BUILDING! by checking out the clues from Episode 8 "Fan Fiction" Dimas drama reaches the apex! PLUS, Tim Kono was poisoned with secobarbital! Did this kill Evelyn the cat too? The murder mystery/true crime podcast spoof with Steve Martin, Martin Short and Selena Gomez! Upper West Side neighbors Charles, Oliver and Mabel bond over a shared love of true crime. When a fellow resident dies in their building, the trio determine to solve the mystery and record an accompanying podcast. Do you watch on Disney+, Hulu or Star or HotStar? Did we miss any clues? Twitter/Instagram: @DoublePHQ http://facebook.com/doublephq #OnlyMurdersInTheBuilding #OMITB #OnlyMurdersHulu #OnlyMurders ONLY MURDERS IN THE BUILDING Explained ONLY MURDERS IN THE BUILDING Recap ONLY MURDERS IN THE BUILDING Review ONLY MURDERS IN THE BUILDING Theory Theories s1e08 s01e08 Hitting a dead end, the group calls for reinforcements in the form of their podcast's Superfans.

Sarah and Vinnie Full Show
October 5th, 2021 8am Alice Celebrity Trash

Sarah and Vinnie Full Show

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 5, 2021 15:31


Bryn took a tour of the Netflix spot in Los Gatos years ago, Coldplay has their second #1 which features BTS, Selena Gomez is also joining in and doing a song with Coldplay as well, and there is a fart petal for your guitar out there!  See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Wheeler In The Morning With Dave And Candace Rae

Eminem, Coldplay, Selena Gomez, Billie EilishSupport the show (https://www.safetynetstudio.com/plans-pricing)

Grammar Matters and Stuff That Isn't Funny
27. The Former Disney Kid Awards

Grammar Matters and Stuff That Isn't Funny

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 5, 2021


Presenting The First Annual Former Disney Kid Awards!Most ImprovedAly and AJHayley KiyokoMiley CyrusFeels the Most Like a Former Disney Star, But Isn'tEd SheeranPost MaloneBillie EilishCarly Rae JepsenBest ComebackThe Jonas BrothersKeke PalmerChristy Carlson RomanoMost Likely To Run For Governor of California As a RepublicanKevin JonasZac EfronJake PaulMiley CyrusUnderdog AwardBridgit MendlerVanessa HudgensAnneleise van der PolMost Likely To Be Relevant in 2040Selena GomezMiley CyrusOlivia RodrigoThe Jonas BrothersLegacy AwardHillary Duff

Culture Gabfest
Working: Designing Costumes for Steve Martin and Others in Only Murders in the Building

Culture Gabfest

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 3, 2021 57:11


This week, host Isaac Butler talks to Dana Covarrubias, costume designer for the popular Hulu series Only Murders in the Building, starring Steve Martin, Martin Short, and Selena Gomez. In the interview, Dana explains how her early work as an actor influences her decision-making as a costume designer. She also breaks down some of the creative thinking that went into the wardrobes for each of the main characters in Only Murders in the Building.  After the interview, Isaac and co-host June Thomas discuss Dana's technique of establishing backstories for every character, even the minor ones.  In the exclusive Slate Plus segment, Dana talks about designing the wardrobes for some of the supporting characters. Then she talks about how to deal with the costume design equivalent of writer's block.  Send your questions about creativity and any other feedback to working@slate.com or give us a call at (304) 933-9675. Podcast production by Cameron Drews. If you enjoy this show, please consider signing up for Slate Plus. Slate Plus members get benefits like zero ads on any Slate podcast, bonus episodes of shows like Slow Burn and Big Mood, Little Mood—and you'll be supporting the work we do here on Working. Sign up now at slate.com/workingplus. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Slate Daily Feed
Working: Designing Costumes for Steve Martin and Others in Only Murders in the Building

Slate Daily Feed

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 3, 2021 57:11


This week, host Isaac Butler talks to Dana Covarrubias, costume designer for the popular Hulu series Only Murders in the Building, starring Steve Martin, Martin Short, and Selena Gomez. In the interview, Dana explains how her early work as an actor influences her decision-making as a costume designer. She also breaks down some of the creative thinking that went into the wardrobes for each of the main characters in Only Murders in the Building.  After the interview, Isaac and co-host June Thomas discuss Dana's technique of establishing backstories for every character, even the minor ones.  In the exclusive Slate Plus segment, Dana talks about designing the wardrobes for some of the supporting characters. Then she talks about how to deal with the costume design equivalent of writer's block.  Send your questions about creativity and any other feedback to working@slate.com or give us a call at (304) 933-9675. Podcast production by Cameron Drews. If you enjoy this show, please consider signing up for Slate Plus. Slate Plus members get benefits like zero ads on any Slate podcast, bonus episodes of shows like Slow Burn and Big Mood, Little Mood—and you'll be supporting the work we do here on Working. Sign up now at slate.com/workingplus. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Working
Designing Costumes for Steve Martin and Others in Only Murders in the Building

Working

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 3, 2021 57:11


This week, host Isaac Butler talks to Dana Covarrubias, costume designer for the popular Hulu series Only Murders in the Building, starring Steve Martin, Martin Short, and Selena Gomez. In the interview, Dana explains how her early work as an actor influences her decision-making as a costume designer. She also breaks down some of the creative thinking that went into the wardrobes for each of the main characters in Only Murders in the Building.  After the interview, Isaac and co-host June Thomas discuss Dana's technique of establishing backstories for every character, even the minor ones.  In the exclusive Slate Plus segment, Dana talks about designing the wardrobes for some of the supporting characters. Then she talks about how to deal with the costume design equivalent of writer's block.  Send your questions about creativity and any other feedback to working@slate.com or give us a call at (304) 933-9675. Podcast production by Cameron Drews. If you enjoy this show, please consider signing up for Slate Plus. Slate Plus members get benefits like zero ads on any Slate podcast, bonus episodes of shows like Slow Burn and Big Mood, Little Mood—and you'll be supporting the work we do here on Working. Sign up now at slate.com/workingplus. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Happy Healthy Girl
[PEP POD] What if this is the upgrade??

Happy Healthy Girl

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 1, 2021 8:25


As my girl Selena Gomez said all to well “Who says, who says? Can you tell me who said that?” __________ Happy Healthy Spotify Playlist One-on-One Coaching Membership ___________ Connect with me - Happy Healthy Community FOLLOW ME ON IG @happy_healthygurl _________ TXT 289-501-2975 "HHC Text" to join the weekly motivational text crew! Thank you for listening girlfriend! Be sure to subscribe so you don't miss out on future episodes! Xx STAY HAPPY. STAY HEALTHY. STAY AUTHENTICALLY YOU.

Hold My Interest
Only Murderers in the Building

Hold My Interest

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 30, 2021 40:51


Helloooooo welcome back to another episode of hold my interest! Follow along as Claire, Erik, and Kirtana as they watch the new Hulu Original Only Murderers in the Building and follow Steve Martin, Martin Short, and Selena Gomez as a death occurs around some true crime fanatics! Follow us on socials if you like and don't forget to leave a review on Apple Podcasts if you can! Twitter: @holdinterest Instagram: @hold_my_interest

Breaking Beauty Podcast
From A Strap-On Cryo Mask to a Mix-It-Yo' Self Vitamin C Potion, These Are The #DamnGood Fall 2021 Products We Can't Stop Talking About

Breaking Beauty Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 29, 2021 45:37


Brrr… is it getting fresh in here? That's not the cool fall air, it's Charlotte Tilbury's new “Cryo” face mask that you strap on straight-outta the freezer! In today's episode, Carlene & Jill test the latest, buzziest fall beauty products, like Drunk Elephant's overhauled Vitamin C-Firma Fresh Day Serum that you mix yourself for max potency. Jill dabbles in colour-correcting using Chanel's fancy new Le Teint concealers. And is Selena Gomez' highly anticipated first mascara (one entire year in the making) living up to her millions of fans' expectations? Dr. Dennis Gross cracks the freshness code with swipe-on retinol pads that just may rival the OG Alpha Beta peel on Jill's permanent top shelf. A Van Gogh-inspired fragrance that truly is a “work of art,” and more must-gets in today's must-listen episode!   Get social with us and let us know what you think of the episode! Find us on Instagram, Twitter,  Join our private Facebook group

, or give us a call and leave us a voicemail at 1-844-227-0302.    For any products or links mentioned in this episode, check out our blog: www.breakingbeautypodcast.com/blog   Thank you to our show partners. When you support them, you support the creation of Breaking Beauty Podcast!    Flip Beauty Shopping App Flip is the new interactive way to shop for beauty products. Download FLIP beauty shopping app in the Apple App Store and Google Play today. Simply search for “FLIP Beauty Shopping App” and USE CODE GLAM30 for 30% OFF towards your first purchase, plus enjoy free shipping and returns. Thursday Plantation: Find out why Thursday Plantation is the #1 Natural Brand for Acne-Prone Skin in Australia, helping Canadians find clearer-looking skin since the 90's. Get 15% off by visiting www.thursdayplantationcanada.ca with promo code BEAUTY15  *Disclaimer: Unless otherwise stated, all products reviewed are gratis media samples submitted for editorial consideration.*   Hosts: Carlene Higgins and Jill Dunn Theme song, used with permission: Cherry Bomb by Saya
 Produced by Dear Media Studio

Claus y Faus
Only Murders in The Building: Una serie estupenda

Claus y Faus

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 29, 2021 6:05


Fausto platica sobre la serie Only Murders in The Building, estelarizada por Steve Martin, Martin Short y Selena Gomez.

Double P Podcasts
Let's Solve ONLY MURDERS IN THE BUILDING episode 7: 'The Boy From 6B'

Double P Podcasts

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 29, 2021 19:39


You don't have to say a word, we know: Episode 7 is brilliant! Let's solve ONLY MURDERS IN THE BUILDING! by checking out the clues from Episode 7 "The Boy from 6B" Zoe was projecting when she accused Oscar of two-timing!  PLUS,  Angel the black market jewelry dealer has quite a scame going! The murder mystery/true crime podcast spoof with Steve Martin, Martin Short and Selena Gomez! Upper West Side neighbors Charles, Oliver and Mabel bond over a shared love of true crime. When a fellow resident dies in their building, the trio determine to solve the mystery and record an accompanying podcast. Do you watch on Disney+, Hulu or Star or HotStar? Did we miss any clues? Twitter/Instagram: @DoublePHQ http://facebook.com/doublephq #OnlyMurdersInTheBuilding #OMITB #OnlyMurdersHulu #OnlyMurders ONLY MURDERS IN THE BUILDING Explained ONLY MURDERS IN THE BUILDING Recap ONLY MURDERS IN THE BUILDING Review ONLY MURDERS IN THE BUILDING Theory Theories s1e07 With the investigation scratching at a web of old crimes originating inside the building, a mysterious young man turns the tables to spy on Charles, Oliver and Mabel.

Bringin' it Backwards
Interview with Breagh Isabel

Bringin' it Backwards

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 29, 2021 27:21


We had the pleasure of interviewing Breagh Isabel over Zoom video! Breagh Isabel – the Halifax-based and Cape Breton Island-born recording artist, songwriter and producer – has released her debut single, “Girlfriends,” (LISTEN HERE) along with the official video (WATCH HERE). The song helps usher in her new recording contract with Warner Music Canada. “Girlfriends” is a pop-leaning, coming-of-age story about a very specific type of heartbreak; the kind that comes from being a lovesick teenager in less welcoming times. The song emerged from a session with one of her Canadian songwriting crushes, Simon Wilcox (Nick Jonas, Selena Gomez, Lennon Stella). Isabel offered up the lyrics, “maybe we were homophobic” and like an astute therapist, Wilcox instantly started peeling back the layers, unravelling a closely kept story that needed to be told, and thus “Girlfriends” was born. “I had no firm intention of delving into a solo artist project when I wrote ‘Girlfriends,' but the song easily became the most honest thing I had ever written. I started to feel like I had something to say that might resonate,” says Isabel. “The song is about little – and sometimes big – moments and thoughts I didn't know what to do with at the time, but now realize were just expressions of me figuring out who I am.” The theme of heartbreak is vivid in the accompanying music video, filmed in both Vancouver and Halifax. The video follows two high school students (played by Carolyn Yu and Cassidy Foley) as they explore burgeoning feelings, echoing the lyrics of Isabel's song. The video was funded in part by the MVP Project, produced by Shelby Manton of Boldly and directed by Tamara Black. Sonically, “Girlfriends” pairs thought-provoking, emotive storytelling with dynamic percussion and bouncy electric guitar that counterintuitively make the song feel catchy and calming all at once. Airy vocal swells and synths off the top of the track set the stage for the song's dream-like reflection. In her signature smoky timbre, Isabel sings, “I wanted to be girlfriends, but we were just girl friends,” revealing the painful standstill of confusion and loss that comes from love unrequited.  “It's a bit of a sad song wrapped up in a happy-sounding package. The lyrics don't really tell a hopeful story,” Isabel spills. “The resolution comes from the fact that I can own the experience and re-tell it from a place of happiness.”  Though Girlfriends signals the start of her own solo career, Breagh Isabel's creative handiwork will likely already be familiar to music audiences. Isabel has written for and been featured on the records of artists like Classified, Ria Mae, Donovan Woods and BANNERS. While the world was in lockdown, she cut her teeth in production and signed a publishing deal with Concord Music. Her tracks have already been featured on the megahit show Grey's Anatomy and the superhero series Batwoman. She also toured throughout Canada and Europe and gained international recognition during her time as a member of the band Port Cities. Mostly writing for others, she would often tuck little ideas away that seemed overly personal, but with “Girlfriends, Breagh Isabel is now ready to begin a new chapter all her own.We want to hear from you! Please email Tera@BringinitBackwards.com.www.BringinitBackwards.com#podcast #interview #bringinbackpod #BreaghIsabel #zoomListen & Subscribe to BiBFollow our podcast on Instagram and Twitter! 

Sprinklez
Sprinklez Episode 47: Nine Perfect Strangers (HULU); Only Murders in the Building (HULU); Baskin Robbins Cappuccino Blast

Sprinklez

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 28, 2021 22:19


Howdy folks! In this the 47th episode of Sprinklez we recommend two new fabulous shows!Nine Perfect Strangers, starring Nicole Kidman and Melissa McCarthy. Based on the book by Liane Moriarty who wrote the book Big Little Lies which is a series on HBO starring Nicole Kidman. Both series were created by David E. Kelley.Then, we talk about the delightful, Only Murders in the Building which is a super fun and light murder mystery starring Steve Martin, Selena Gomez and the amazing Martin Short.Lastly we have this episode's Tasty-Treat-Sensation: Baskin Robbins' Cappuccino Blast which not only allows you to select which ice cream you have mixed in but you have an array of flavors to add to it (Mocha, Turtle, Caramel, OREO® ‘n Cookies, or original.) It's really scrumptious!!Tangents:Hocus Pocus (Disney+) Bette Middler, Sarah Jessica Parker, Kathy Najimy Big Business (Disney+) Staring Bette Middler and Lilly Tomlin

Jason & Alexis
9/28 TUES HOUR 3: Sticks, Tyra Bank's too much on DWTS and Hulu's Murders In The Building

Jason & Alexis

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 28, 2021 43:39


A couple good messages in stick reading with Alexis this morning. Someone needs to tell Tyra Banks on Dancing with the Stars to stop? Alexis likes Hulu's Murders In The Building starring Steve Martin, Martin Short and Selena Gomez.

Comments by Celebs
Ep 257: Chelsea Handler, Lil Nas X, Jason Sudeikis, Kim on Ellen, A Kardashian Recap, & More.

Comments by Celebs

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 20, 2021 44:58


Emma and Julie begin this week's episode giving a little insight into Chelsea Handler and Jo Koy's relationship and social media postings after her sweet Instagram caption about being in love. They then take a moment to praise Lil Nas X all around - and just how damn good he is at being a celebrity. Plus, Britney Spears reactivating her Instagram, The Emmy red carpet looks, and all about Jason Sudeikis. The Kardashian recap includes Kim on Ellen discussing her kids, Kourtney & Travis and the upcoming Hulu show, Steph Shep's adorable video receiving an Hermes bag from Kim, and what's going on with Khloé's Instagram ads these days. Emma also briefly touches on TikTok makeup artist Mikayla's collab with Selena Gomez. Shop our merch: http://shop.commentsbycelebs.com Highlighted Black-Owned Business: Love Kysh http://lovekysh.com http://instagram.com/shoplovekysh Codes: Vizzy - http://Vizzy.com/CBC Dipsea - http://dipsea.com/CBC for 30 days of full access for free Everlane - http://everlane.com/CBC for 10% off your first order Truff - promo code: CBC at http://truff.com for 15% off Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices