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Danny and Christine kiss!; Phyllis’s karma; Nikki goes to an AA meeting; Victoria and Cole visit Claire in prison; Lily and Devon re-hire Nate; and An alliance against Tucker! PLUS: The Weekly Y&R Chat Poll, “Who Said It” Game, and Opening “The Chatterbox” to Read YOUR Comments! I love hearing from YOU! Please feel free […]
Marvel Comics Ep 13: Gang War Continues, Thunderbolts & Sentry Begin and Daredevil Proves We're Right / Weird Science Marvel - Marvel, Marvel Comics, Comics, Comic Books ★ Support this podcast on Patreon ★ Welcome to our new monthly supporters Ryan 0:00:00 - Intro0:02:27 - Amazing Spider-Man #390:21:59 - Thunderbolts #10:37:52 - Daredevil #40:59:54 - Sentry #1Gray's Wakazashi's Teahouse Youtube - https://www.youtube.com/@WakizashisTeahouseThe Weird Science Comics YouTube Channel: https://www.youtube.com/@WeirdScienceComicsCheck out our Patreon Here: https://www.patreon.com/weirdscienceAll Weird Science Links: https://campsite.bio/weirdsciencecomicsKeywords: Marvel Comics, Marvel, Comic Books, Comics, Marvel Comic Books, X-men, Star Wars, Spider-Man, Avengers, Fantastic Four, pop culture, television, movies
Sandy and Terry reflect on the life of writer and producer Norman Lear, who transformed American comedy with his daring and immensely popular early-'70s sitcoms such as "All in the Family" and "Sanford and Son," who passed away on Tuesday at 101.Norman Lear created some of the most iconic shows of the 1970s, such as All in the Family, Sanford and Son, One Day at a Time, The Jeffersons, Good Times, and Maude. Apart from his successful career in the entertainment industry, he is also recognized as a political activist who established the civil liberties advocacy group People for the American Way in 1981. Rhonda Garelick https://www.nytimes.com/2023/12/07/style/norman-lear-tv-women-feminism.html The PAGE International Screenwriting Awards sponsors the WRITERS' HANGOUT.Executive Producer Kristin OvernCreator/Producer Sandy AdomaitisProducer Terry SampsonMusic by Ethan Stoller
In our news wrap Saturday, the Texas Supreme Court temporarily blocked a lower court's decision to allow a pregnant woman whose fetus has a fatal diagnosis to get an abortion, Israel hit targets across Gaza as its war with Hamas entered its third month, nations clashed at COP28 over reducing the use of fossil fuels, and baseball star Shohei Ohtani said he's signing with the Los Angeles Dodgers. PBS NewsHour is supported by - https://www.pbs.org/newshour/about/funders
Surprise number two! The Somethings went to PAX: UNPLUGGED and put on their best nerd swag and rolled dice for two days. Well, along the way, we got a chance to do some interviews too! As promised, here are our interviews with Vaikin Kansepts, Meredith Placko, and Gamey – and we thank them tremendously for the time they gave us in a place where every person is vying for their time. One note – we are live in a convention hall, so the audio quality does dip at places. We’ve done our best to adjust accordingly, but we will keep that in mind for where ever our next adventure takes us, and we appreciate your understanding. With that said – Happy Holidays Somethings, please settle in and enjoy PAX:Unplugged – The Interviews! Vaikin Kansepts Steve Jackson Games Turbo Dork Gamey Full Episode
Our special guest this week, from the new film, "Candy Cane Lane" is actor, James DuMont, making his fourth appearance on the show to chat all about the film, explaining how the project came to him, why he thinks that these type films are needed right now, the pluses and minuses of releasing in theaters and streamers at simultaneously, and describes what it was like working with the cast including Eddie Murphy and Tracee Ellis Ross. He then opens up about what he's been up to since we last chatted, and what he's got coming up. Website: https://crazyantmedia.com Merchandise: https://crazyantmedia.com/crazy-ant-merchandise Our film, Deadlines: https://crazyantmedia.com/deadlines Podcasts: ITCAFpodcast: Apple Podcast: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/itcafpodcast/id1644145531 Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/show/1tf6L0e7vO9xnVtWaip67s?si=tYPrIVr_R36qpYns4qeZ8g Everything's Okay Podcast: Apple Podcast: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/everythings-okay/id1664547993 Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/show/0uMm80MW4K50f8uURgVUYp?si=9mF7mwf_Qe-ZDqKBhEovMg Social Media: ITCAFpodcast Twitter: https://twitter.com/itcafpodcast?s=21&t=q0HdFq3CPkXBzVYHYdJW6w Instagram: https://instagram.com/itcafpodcast?igshid=YmMyMTA2M2Y= Tiktok: https://www.tiktok.com/t/ZTRLQ7hHn/ Everything's Okay Twitter: https://twitter.com/everythingsokp?s=21&t=ckQqBvyxz3lYqKHLrI6peA Instagram: https://instagram.com/everythingsokp?igshid=YmMyMTA2M2Y= Crazy Ant Media Twitter: https://twitter.com/crazyantmedia?s=21&t=q0HdFq3CPkXBzVYHYdJW6w Instagram: https://instagram.com/crazyantmedia?igshid=YmMyMTA2M2Y= Tiktok: https://www.tiktok.com/t/ZTRLQP1c1/ Logan (Right) Twitter: https://twitter.com/jloganaustin?s=21&t=ckQqBvyxz3lYqKHLrI6peA Instagram: https://instagram.com/jloganaustin?igshid=YmMyMTA2M2Y= Tiktok: https://email@example.com?_t=8ZMB9Hp1yxf&_r=1 Dustin (Left) Twitter: https://twitter.com/crazyantceo?s=21&t=ckQqBvyxz3lYqKHLrI6peA Instagram: https://instagram.com/crazyantceo?igshid=YmMyMTA2M2Y= Tiktok: https://www.tiktok.com/@crazyantceo?_t=8ZMB84k7BUM&_r=1
Tensions are rising in South America as Venezuela threatens to take over a large region of Guyana that's rich in resources. Venezuela on Saturday signaled openness to "high-level" talks to resolve the standoff, but Guyana has yet to respond. Ali Rogin speaks with Carolina Jiménez Sandoval, president of the Washington Office on Latin America, about the dispute's history and latest developments. PBS NewsHour is supported by - https://www.pbs.org/newshour/about/funders
32.) “What Gives Our Lives Meaning?” (Warner Bros., “Blade Runner,” 1982) (Recorded on 1 September 2022.) Probably one of the more legendary and divisive opinions on our show: one of us did NOT like Blade Runner, and one of us is rather fond of it for it’s impact and influence on cinema, culture, and specifically, Max Headroom. … Continue reading 32.) “What Gives Our Lives Meaning?” (Warner Bros., “Blade Runner,” 1982)
Fresh off Andy's incredible Fan Script, we thought it made sense to break into the holiday season with a review of Golden Girls! We take a look at the early series Christmas episode "The Nightmare Before Christmas!" Plus we retro reboot the show!Be sure to come back in two weeks because we will have one more Christmas episode for your listening pleasure! WebsiteFacebookInstagramPart of the Big Door Prize Podcast Network
Death Note Chapter 46: Ill-Suited / Death Note Manga Reading Club - Keywords: Death Note, Anime, Manga, Manga Podcast, Manga Reviews, Death Note Manga, Death Note Podcast, pop culture, dc comics, marvel comics, indie comics, movies, television ★ Support this podcast on Patreon ★ Welcome to our new monthly supporters Nathan Like the Show? Help Support All of Our Shows with a Donation Here: https://ko-fi.com/weirdsciencecomicsKeywords: Death Note, Anime, Manga, Manga Podcast, Manga Reviews, Death Note Manga, Death Note Podcast, pop culture, dc comics, marvel comics, indie comics, movies, televisionLinks to all our Manga Reading Clubs Here: https://campsite.bio/weirdsciencemangareadingclubsSupport us and help us feel loved (plus get early access to all of our shows) for as little as $3/Month by joining our Patreon @ https://www.patreon.com/weirdsciencemanga
On this episode, Carla, from Bed, Wed, or Behead Pod, along with Danelle and Tiff, joins Erin to discuss all things eighties television! We've got everything from your favorite kid's show to the sitcoms that had us laughing. Link to Zack Morris is Trash series: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=woD8MOSGegI&list=PLRcB4n4CGcy_r21EedmNUOyVP_puToBfr Link to the opening of the aerobic championship: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ozoTzkCeO-A Everybody Hates Reagan playlist from TikTok account, off_jawaggon: https://www.tiktok.com/t/ZPRv3MMwn/ For excellent bonus content and ad-free versions, please support us on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/itsafandomthingpod. You can follow us on Facebook: facebook.com/itsafandomthingpod Twitter: @fandomthingpod Instagram: @itsafandomthingpod Discord: https://discord.com/channels/1042986989349257216/1042987584151879762 You can follow Fergie on TikTok: https://www.tiktok.com/@schroederandfergs Cover art by Carla Temis. Podcast logo by Erin Amos. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
In Wild Blue Yonder, an out of control TARDIS leaves Donna and The Doctor stranded on a giant, abandoned spaceship at the edge of the universe. What can The Doctor do to save himself and his companion when he finds himself stuck at the end of the cosmos without his sonic screwdriver or trusty time-jumping […]
New York Times columnist David Brooks and Washington Post associate editor Jonathan Capehart join Geoff Bennett to discuss the week in politics, including the latest charges and accusations against Hunter Biden, President Biden's push for more aid to Ukraine and Trump's comments about being a dictator. PBS NewsHour is supported by - https://www.pbs.org/newshour/about/funders
The U.S. military will ground its entire fleet of V-22 Osprey aircraft while it investigates the cause of last week's crash off the coast of Japan that killed all eight service personnel on board. The extraordinary step was taken after a preliminary investigation found something wrong with the aircraft itself led to the crash and not errors by the crew onboard. Geoff Bennett reports. PBS NewsHour is supported by - https://www.pbs.org/newshour/about/funders
In the first part of the walk down the premises of the Slovak Television, Martina and Jeremy look at the iconic 1970's building and get into the entrance hall despite the fact that this section was off limits to their recording.
The U.S. vetoed a United Nations Security Council resolution that called for a cease-fire in Gaza. The move came as the UN is ramping up already dire warnings of a humanitarian catastrophe if more aid isn't sent into Gaza soon. According to the Hamas-run health ministry, nearly 17,500 Palestinians have been killed and the Israeli air and ground campaign is not slowing down. Amna Nawaz reports. PBS NewsHour is supported by - https://www.pbs.org/newshour/about/funders
Foreign ministers from several Arab allies of the United States are in Washington this week for meetings with the Biden administration over the Israel-Hamas war. Nick Schifrin sat down with the foreign minister of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, Prince Faisal bin Farhan Al Saud, for a candid conversation about the way forward from the violence and Saudi Arabia's role in the region. PBS NewsHour is supported by - https://www.pbs.org/newshour/about/funders
Today, I am thrilled to have the incredibly talented Vincent Rodriguez III joining me in Studio. Vincent is best known for his portrayal of Josh Chan in the critically acclaimed TV series "Crazy Ex-Girlfriend." His dynamic performances has not only captivated audiences but also shed light on Asian-American representation in media. Besides acting, Vincent's passion for the performing arts extends to singing and dancing, showcasing his versatility as an artist. As an openly gay actor, Vincent has been a vocal advocate for LGBTQ+ rights and representation in the entertainment industry. It's going to be a great chat Summary Vincent Rodriguez III, known for his role in Crazy Ex-Girlfriend, shares his journey in the entertainment industry and his experiences as an openly gay actor. He discusses his upbringing in San Francisco and his passion for the arts. Vincent also talks about finding his tribe and coming out, highlighting the importance of mentorship and chosen family. He then delves into his transition to television and the impact of Crazy Ex-Girlfriend, a groundbreaking show that tackled taboo topics and embraced diversity. Vincent Rodriguez III discusses his experiences on various TV shows, including Crazy Ex-Girlfriend, Insatiable, Arlo the Alligator Boy, With Love, and Christmas on Cherry Lane. He also shares his love for barbershop music and his family traditions during the holiday season. Takeaways Vincent Rodriguez III's journey in the entertainment industry has been shaped by his passion for the arts and his commitment to LGBTQ representation. Finding a supportive tribe and mentorship is crucial for personal and professional growth. Crazy Ex-Girlfriend was a groundbreaking show that addressed taboo topics and embraced diversity, making a positive impact on its viewers. Vincent's experiences highlight the importance of authenticity, compassion, and collaboration in the entertainment industry. Vincent Rodriguez III has had the opportunity to work on a variety of TV shows, each with its own unique themes and messages. He values the inclusive and supportive environments on the sets of Crazy Ex-Girlfriend and With Love. Vincent Rodriguez III appreciates the power of art to touch on painful topics in a digestible way. He has a passion for barbershop music and enjoys participating in the Barbershop Harmony Society. Chapters 00:00 Introduction and Background 02:32 Vincent's Journey in the Entertainment Industry 06:24 Growing Up in San Francisco and Pursuing the Arts 10:07 Finding His Tribe and Coming Out 20:32 Transitioning to Television and Crazy Ex-Girlfriend 35:15 The Impact of Crazy Ex-Girlfriend 43:34 Discussion about Crazy Ex-Girlfriend 46:05 Discussion about Insatiable 50:10 Discussion about Arlo the Alligator Boy 53:13 Discussion about With Love 58:28 Discussion about Christmas on Cherry Lane
Not every movie is made equal, and some are made mighty unequal by the replacement of a key character.. we sat with friend Cthulu’s Prodigy and discussed. Enjoy! Original Post: It has to be hard to make a sequel to a movie. Aside from trying to recapture the magic of the first one, you have to get this legion of performers to come back and find a perfect time where they aren’t working on other things… or, you know, you could just ditch em. Actors are replaced in movies for a myriad of reasons, some tragic, some hysterical – so settle in as we discuss some of our favorite and least favorite replacements in film. We’re not going alone though – we are thrilled to have Cthulu’s Prodigy from Blacker Than Black Times Infinity to talk the movie talk with us. Make sure to give them a listen and tell em the Somethings sent ya. Ok, here we .. ok, well not ‘we’ since we had to replace both hosts .. go! Full Episode
Get to know the musical duo Sisters J in this engaging podcast episode. Elizabeth and Lily Jackson, two talented singer-songwriters from Tennessee, discuss their musical influences, passion for performing, and recent single "Breathe In" that hit the charts. Listen in as they share details on collaborating with famous producer Ted Theo, tips for up-and-coming artists, and their mission to bridge diversity and inclusivity through music. Their infectious energy and inspirational message will leave you eager to check out their work.
The Boys are joined by 4-time guest and friend Andy Gosche to draft the best Cocaine Scenes in movies and TV. Hit the powder with us this holiday season and you'll be snorting with laughter. Also, don't do drugs. Follow Andy on Instagram @andyg_uts (https://www.instagram.com/andyg_uts/).
Today joining me in studio is Jake Monaco, a maestro of melodies, who has left an indelible mark on the world of film composition both of the animated and 2 d variety. Jake has worked on some amazing projects from studios like Pixar and Disney. Jake's journey has taken him from rocking in a band during his college years to taking a deep dive into music through intensive music study programs and mentorship that has led to an impressive career. He has orchestrated the musical landscapes for hit animated and other movies, from Brian Cranston and Annette Benning to my fave AbFab Girls, to talking Cars and Forks. So Let's get into my need for unnecessary puns and delve into the rhythm of Jake's journey, exploring the notes that have shaped the cinematic experiences we all can now cherish, and welcome to the Left of Str8 show for the first time, the handsome and talented Mr. Jake Monaco. Summary Jake Monaco, a composer known for his work in film and television, discusses his journey in the industry, his personal life, and his approach to scoring different projects. He shares his experiences working on LGBTQ-themed projects and the challenges he has faced. Jake also talks about his creative process and the importance of being involved early in the production process. He offers advice for aspiring musicians and composers. In this conversation, Jake Monaco discusses his passion for helping the world and providing for those less fortunate. He also shares his ideal date day at Disneyland or Disney World. Takeaways Being involved early in the production process allows for better collaboration and understanding of the project's vision. Working on LGBTQ-themed projects provides an opportunity to contribute to the community and create meaningful stories. The creative process in composing for film and television involves navigating feedback and finding the right balance between different creative inputs. Technology has made the recording process more convenient, but there is a lack of social interaction compared to in-person sessions. Aspiring musicians and composers should consider pursuing education in film scoring and gaining real-world experience through internships or assistantships. Jake Monaco believes in using his talents to make a positive impact on the world. He envisions a future where he can help food grow and provide for those in need. Jake Monaco's perfect date day would be experiencing all that Disneyland or Disney World has to offer. He values taking the time to absorb the amazingness of the Disney Parks. Chapters 00:00 Introduction and Background 03:30 Coming Out and Personal Life 06:35 Meeting His Husband and Adoption 10:04 Using Social Media as a Memory Box 12:38 Composing for Film and Television 19:13 Creative Process and Approaching Different Projects 22:41 Challenges in the Industry 24:07 Working on LGBTQ Projects 26:16 Scoring the Short Film 'Out' 30:46 Scoring the Documentary 'Through the Windows' and the Animation 'Pete' 35:49 Advice for Aspiring Musicians and Composers 44:17 Helping the World and Providing for Others 45:08 Perfect Date Day at Disneyland or Disney World
Families of all different kinds experience fun and danger on this week's shows. How much gore can one cute show have? And can you enjoy a show about cars if you're not a car person? Tune in to find out!Timestamps: 00:44 – The Artful Dodger (Hulu) 05:35 – Obliterated (Netflix)11:18 – Drive With Swizz Beatz (Hulu)20:23 – NCIS: Sydney (CBS) Edited with thanks to Playlyst StudiosConnect with us: Buy us a coffee at buymeacoffee.com/thepilotpodcast | Visit us at thepilotpodcast.com | Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org | Follow us @ThePilotPod on Twitter, Instagram, and TikTok | Please leave a rating and review on Apple Podcasts
This week's edition of Copeland's Corner, with Jung-Ho Pak of the Bay Philharmonic, and featured Headliners Ronn Vigh, Justin Lockwood & Carlos Alazraqui. Tune is as Brian and his guests talk about the latest in local events, hot talk topics, and life in general. For tickets and info on the Bay Philharmonic Holiday Spectacular, visit BayPhil.org. For more from Ronn through his website: RonnVigh.comFor more from Justin, follow him on InstagramFor more from Carlos, visit his website: CarlosAlazraqui.com--For more from Brian...Visit his website: www.BrianCopeland.comFollow on Social Media: Twitter & Instagram - @BrianCopieEmail: BrianCopelandShow@Gmail.com--Copeland's Corner is Created, Hosted, & Executive Produced by Brian Copeland. This Show is Recorded & Mixed by Charlene Goto with Go-To Productions. Visit Go-To Productions for all your Podcast & Media needs.
Starting in the early 1970s, Norman Lear changed the face of television, fusing comedy with social commentary. Lear died on December 5th at the great old age of 101. Mo revisits their 2015 conversation for CBS Sunday Morning.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Allan, Luke, and Zoe are together talk about Battle For a New Champion Episode 7. A lot of talk about Melissa this episode, from her strategic lying, to a drink being thrown, and more.