The Buzzer

Stranger Things Lawsuit, Tina Fey, Jersey Shore and Fyre Fest, Game of Thrones, Avengers Endgame | FEAT. Andre Wade (NBA Alum) and Dom Griego

April 24, 2019 Season 1 Episode 15
The Buzzer
Stranger Things Lawsuit, Tina Fey, Jersey Shore and Fyre Fest, Game of Thrones, Avengers Endgame | FEAT. Andre Wade (NBA Alum) and Dom Griego
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The Buzzer
Stranger Things Lawsuit, Tina Fey, Jersey Shore and Fyre Fest, Game of Thrones, Avengers Endgame | FEAT. Andre Wade (NBA Alum) and Dom Griego
Apr 24, 2019 Season 1 Episode 15
Spero Labs
Show Notes Transcript

FEAT. Andre Wade (NBA Alum) and Dom Griego (Comedian). 

POP CULTURE: Ben and Jerry’s and 420. Jason Momoa. Jersey Shore and Fyre Fest making friends in prison. The Gameboy is 30 years old.

TV: Tina Fey saving British TV? Netflix is choosing for you. Stranger Things Lawsuit.

Game of Thrones: Season 8, Episode 2 “Recap.”

MOVIES: Luke Skywalker isn’t a virgin. Jar Jar Binks is the all-time favorite. Captain Marvel world Record. Avengers Endgame Predictions.




Speaker 1:
0:00
Today's episode of the Buzzer is brought to you by sparrow labs and Sean's Dad who took all of its college funds, which means he had to go to, what school did you go to again? Concordia, Concordia University wine. Now enrolling. That was good.
Speaker 2:
0:19
I like this little sounded legs on today's episode of the Buzzer. Aqua man to saving the planet one beer at a time and a relic from your childhood just turned 30 and you are officially old. Netflix is going to make decisions for you. We got some stranger things and stranger lawsuits in God. Save the Queen Slash Tina Fey. We've got a super accurate and serious game of Thrones recaps, a marvelous world record as well as the star wars news that she never asked for. Plus Ladies and gentlemen as a special guests, we're Jordan. George. Where did you go plus as a special guests, we're joined by former NBA player, Andre Wade and we're going to break down all things basketball folks and they also have another desk. My buddy dom, he's not famous but he's here. It was a guy that broke his leg. Nevermind. Yes, he was the guy that broke my leg. All that and more on today's episode of the Buzzer,
Speaker 1:
1:23
I started very strong when you came out hot. Uh, so JD wanted say we appreciate all the folks listening out there and gasoline, we appreciate limewire more and we do all of our limewire listeners and Napster. That's right. But we just want to say if you're enjoying what you're hearing, please go on iTunes and leave us a nice little five star review and maybe maybe just a drop in some nice little note of encouragement. Why am I did or Yup. Notes, money, all of the above. And so that'd be great. And if you're not having a good time, just be cool and leave on. Anyways, thanks. That'd be great. Thank you. All right, bye bye. Well we are off to a rally start because we're joined by some quality guest here, quality guests here and quantity and we're, well, we're also following, this is going to kill you.
Speaker 1:
2:15
I'm ed because he's tall, but you know, I'm sorry man. So there's going to be a lot of voices on today's episode. Obviously you guys are accustomed to the likes of JD and myself, Sean, but, but we're joined by two very interesting, but very different guests. One was a former NBA cause that Shawn, what is tell need, what does that mean? Please tell us. Well, uh, racially of detail as possible. One is black and one is Hispanic and one and that's right. And then one is Andre and one is done. So let's start this. I love it already. This is the best that you guys keep. All of that good stuff. That's good stuff. So are joined by
Speaker 3:
3:00
former NBA player and we're joined by a comedian and uh, let's go ahead and give you guys proper times can choose yourself. But we're gonna start with you dre, Andre, way played in the NBA and then you have also been an entrepreneur. You've navigated the world of sports and business and all around your Darious dude, who knows how to network. So dre, tell us a little about yourself. What have you been up to? What are you doing right now? Inspire sports. All that good stuff.
Speaker 4:
3:28
Yup. Thank you, my friend. Um, the main thing that I do, uh, is, is branding talent business worldwide. And of course there's a lot of people watching a lot of people listening that, uh, no, I have helped put in position to be who they are. Uh, first and foremost are very proud of that. Um, also, um, I've helped build a foundation that are very proud of for the homeless and it, I started in New York of course, right? Because it was really cold there and you get like literally listening. You can listen to the news and they're like, oh, five people died tonight. Right. So, uh, that's one of the things that, uh, you know, really hang my hat on. A really proud of, you know, helping build that with a couple of gentlemen. Um, in New York. Shout out to my people h h BMG Hollaback music groups.
Speaker 4:
4:19
Shout out to people repping ne style it to all my guys. I'm back in Brooklyn and the Bronx in New York, a ROC nation, def jam. All my good people, um, been been working in and out of the television, music and entertainment industry, uh, multimedia industry for a couple of years now. Um, as well as my, my latest project is building inspire sports and inspire sports was something that me and a couple of the, uh, former professional athletes and still current professional athletes decided to get together and do. And we, we really wanted to inspire, uh, the children to live healthier lifestyles through our experiences. Athletes, we learned a whole bunch about what to eat, what not to eat when they eat, when not to eat. You know what I mean? Um, you know what it's doing to your body, what it's doing to your mind. And we were trying to give it back to the younger generation. So we decided that in the cities that, you know, there are teams which is darn there, you know, most cities in America, we wanted to go to the major cities and do inspire sport camps. And, you know, with that, of course, uh, naturally it built a whole, uh, you know, there's, there's gear, there's a whole bunch of initiatives come in. Um, and just partnering with people to keep their inspire, you know, dream alive.
Speaker 3:
5:41
Totally. And I don't want to, I don't want to pretend that there was only one impetus to that, but I know that, and we can probably get into this a little bit more as the show goes on, but I remember part of your story is you got a very severe staph infection, correct. That hospitalize you and nearly killed you. Correct. And
Speaker 5:
5:58
this was a capitalist for a, at least changing nutrition, um, jostle bit about that and how you, how that kind of helped you navigate, right?
Speaker 4:
6:07
Oh, no, absolutely. So, you know, let's say 17 years old, I was always interested in health, you know, you know, I was one of those very health conscious kids. Um, you know, doing pushups in the room, sit ups, all that good stuff before I really knew what I was doing, you know what I mean? I'm like, I want to be healthy. Um, fast forward, like you said too, I'm 24 touches, staph infection, staph infection, you know, Darnay kills me. You know what I mean? I flat lined for a couple of, a couple of seconds. So in the hospital bed, um, fast forward to that situation coming out of that situation and the doctor telling me and my family, uh, you know, all, you know, his blood will have sepsis in it. Uh, his lungs may collapse, his heart stopped beating in a week, you know, I was really, um, I don't know, like you said it, it's set a fire in me.
Speaker 4:
7:00
It, it started something different in me that wasn't there before. You know what I mean? Before it was just like work out, you know, I was a college player, coach says, go work out. I was like, workout. Of course I loved athletics and, and keep my body in shape. So I stayed in the gym naturally by myself, but I didn't dig deep into what's actually going on inside of me. You know, what's going on in my heart, what's going on in my blood, what's going on in my brain after the doctor is saying, you know, all of these things may stop working because of one situation that happened to me. It may me, it piqued my curiosity. It made me dig into, you know what, I don't really know what's going on. And of course that's so the, the next thought was
Speaker 5:
7:44
how many people really know what's going on with their body every day puts things in perspective. Yeah, exactly. Yeah. And you obviously have a very inspiring story and I'm sure we're gonna get lots of inspired inspirational nuggets as you and I had coffee a few weeks back and that whole thing was just like, eh, like just blown away. Thank you bro. You're, you're here for inspiration. And then on the other side we have,
Speaker 4:
8:06
how's it going to follow that up
Speaker 5:
8:10
five times during that whole thing where I was like, I thought it was something I was like, do, I'm getting total,
Speaker 4:
8:16
I'm going to be a jerk dude. If I say anything stupid right now.
Speaker 5:
8:23
I mean giving him a little bit back background here cause you've been trying to get on this show for, okay. I've been trying to get on the show here and every time, every time, like whenever it's been brought up about me coming on, Sean is always expressed a little bit of trepidation because I'll be honest, I'm a little bit of a potty mouth and Sean feels like an announcer. Shawn feels like I can't control myself and I will say this for all of you listening out there, um, they're trying to distrust the media. I'm going to read to you a little bit, I don't know if you guys are aware. Okay. I know I'm not supposed to read this, but I'm gonna read this. Shawn sent this to me earlier this morning, had to sign it in order to come on the show. It's a contract so that I don't say bad things. Uh, I, Dominic Michael Grego, henceforth referred to as dumb will agree and comply to the codes and conduct and laid out by Sean Mill House Richards, henceforth referred to as Sean or Sean offer in regard to the manner of speech in which best represents spare labs incorporated and his daughter companies, I. E. The buzzer podcast, underground turtle fighting inc and the now defunct Panda Murder Llc. We don't talk about that one anymore. As such dumb agrees to abstain from the following list of words.
Speaker 6:
9:40
Okay.
Speaker 5:
9:48
The K word, I don't even know what that one is. Sean. You mean Kay or does he mean see
Speaker 1:
9:55
want to save a seat? This is the best show I've ever been on in my life.
Speaker 6:
10:01
I mean back
Speaker 5:
10:01
sincerely. No offense to any of the other people that every engineer in uses. Great. Oh sorry. The contract isn't done.
Speaker 1:
10:11
All of our listeners are done listening now, so I think that real failure,
Speaker 5:
10:17
why would the following agreements were result in immediate action of spare labs inc involving the immediate censoring of aforementioned and filling up damages commiserate to twice the amount of sponsorship dollars received for the episode in which Don was involved. So two times zero is still zero. This contract is binding. It will be held up in a court of law and vengeance. We'll be done. Um,
Speaker 1:
10:39
so yeah, I signed up on that and take another drink on daddy's. The one that's here, the athlete. It was actually in the addendum. It was like, that one's fine.
Speaker 5:
10:55
I literally hate you so much right now. I cannot wait for you to move to Wisconsin. Okay, so now in the actual words of Shonda to spoof, let's jump into the show. What do you say, gentlemen? Let's just, let's just go ahead and do it. I was going to have a field day editing this to edit out my gosh, at this point we're keeping it for the record. That was your brainchild youth man. Dom. That was great.
Speaker 1:
11:29
Those 20 minutes. That was like, that was like Richard Pryor. Great. Like real talk bro.
Speaker 5:
11:35
Thanks buddy. I might be your biggest fan
Speaker 1:
11:39
and that's okay. It might be my only thing.
Speaker 5:
11:46
Remember when I was in Florida and uh, so I started doing comedy and I'm doing it coffee and this one guy was like, dude, you're dom, right? I was like, yeah.
Speaker 1:
11:54
I was like, do I know you? He's like, you're the comedian. And I was like, this doesn't feel right because I do comedy for like 50 people at a bar on Tuesday nights. And I was like, you shouldn't be recognizing me, sir. Oh sure.
Speaker 7:
12:10
That'll work. That'll work. Let me get my bearings straight here. So I feel like we ended the intro. So not that this next section is a racist or you know, racial by any demand
Speaker 1:
12:24
whole shows. Not been anything. I want to talk about Ben and Jerry's ice cream. Real quick. Clean script. I wrote a clean, I wrote crapped all over it.
Speaker 7:
12:34
This is my plan B scripts and now active basically say whatever. I'll just try to, yeah. Okay. I Love Ben and Jerry's, right? They got like a million different flavors. So for 20 was, uh, two days ago. Easter was yesterday for 20 was two days ago and maybe in sports later for 20 blaze up for in sports later. I kind of want to talk a little bit about if marijuana should be legalized for pro athletes. We're not going to talk about that right now, but with Ben and Jerry's specifically, here's what they did. So on Instagram, Twitter, Facebook, um, what other forms? Not snapchat, but on those three, basically on four 20 they called on Congress to expunge prior marijuana convictions. They wanted to point out as a company that black people are disproportionately punished for possession and that quote unquote, it's hard to celebrate for 20 when so many people of color are still being arrested for pot.
Speaker 7:
13:25
Yeah. Now with that being said, specifically our brands like this, so we had talked a little bit earlier about how Gillette had stood up and they had done the whole ad on a boys will be boys and they wanted to talk about masculinity in so many people now in this culture 50 50 right. You either got offended because they're saying too much or you thought it was very endearing and the fact that okay, they're standing up for political goodness. Right. So what are y'alls thoughts on specifically about Ben and Jerry's and them trying to stick up for racial justice and injustice and the fact that they were saying that white people are kind of being praised now for actually the legalization of marijuana and black people are still being prosecuted for smoking it. Do you guys think that an ice cream company should be using? I put, um, this kind of like, you know, staying woke, right? Like are they just doing this to, I don't know, have more cloud for their ice cream or are they actually doing this because they have people that are in PR that actually like agree with this? Like, is this something that companies should be doing? Why, why do people get so upset about it? Because I do feel like it's the right thing.
Speaker 1:
14:32
I definitely want to kick it over to our guests. But in my, my initial thought is I think if you have a platform and you have a message you believe in, you should absolutely use your platform for that message. I think that there is a double standard in our country and I think especially when it comes to race is very much a,
Speaker 3:
14:52
uh, pressing that started with the war on drugs. Me, it's probably started for that honestly, but the word drunk to think really exacerbated situation where you had a number of, of uh, men and women of color who were being unfairly, uh, preyed upon. And all the while you're there. Absolutely. Right now as legalization happens across the board, as we see all the medical benefits and all the things that's opening up, all the sudden the narrative has changed to exactly look at these white saviors and that that is disparaging and so I, I appreciate it. I don't care if they're an ice cream company, I don't care if they're a health services company. I think that if you see in justice you should identify injustice. Exactly,
Speaker 5:
15:34
and I kind of didn't really care. I don't even care if it's like to be recognized as like woke of like hopping on, but even if worst case or if even if it's like hopping on the bandwagon of like we want to be recognized as a will, companies will go. I'm like part of it's like, Hey, are you trying to do something good? Yeah. Like I don't really, I don't really care what your motivations are like doing something.
Speaker 4:
15:54
Oh,
Speaker 5:
15:55
all I say is somebody had been in Jerry's life's chocolate.
Speaker 1:
16:02
I felt he had to tread so lightly this entire thing. It was like just go serious down.
Speaker 4:
16:10
I don't know what been in Jerry or it
Speaker 1:
16:12
[inaudible] that's what it comes down.
Speaker 4:
16:20
Just a hollow it out. You bet you ass. I love your sisters, but you all know is true. You'll know. You'll know.
Speaker 5:
16:36
Look, we got a relationship, right? I think that's the funniest thing that has been said
Speaker 4:
16:42
entire time. That that's, that's all man. Somebody, somebody got some brown sugar, brown sugar. Let them know that, you know, if you want to keep me, you better. You better say something guy just comes in disparaging to the opposite sisters. Y'All know what I'm Talkin Bout? Like stop it. Stop playing. Y'All know how y'all do. Y'All know y'all be running the whole show. We go outside, you know, we dress up Obama, he's like Yo. And um, you know, so what we want to do healthcare reform because Michelle is whipping my ass every night.
Speaker 5:
17:19
That's, that's, that's, that's pretty much how it works. Imagine like, Dude, why'd you walking into Ben and Jerry's on Monday? And it's like, so Carl was your weekend.
Speaker 1:
17:29
Oh, it's fine. You guys do the bidding of a talk just like that. Exactly. So not, not to shift gears too much here, but
Speaker 3:
17:42
this is an example I think of a healthy awareness in healthy response by a company. And then this is
Speaker 1:
17:50
another example of raising awareness, but I'm kind of confused by it at JD, the whole thing seems a bit odd to me. So aqua man,
Speaker 4:
17:59
Aqua Man, Aka Jason Momoa. Am I saying that correctly?
Speaker 1:
18:03
Yes. Mamoa he shaved his beard.dot. Dot. I do too to raise awareness about the environments,
Speaker 4:
18:12
both video of him shaving and show coat has showcasing the need for recycling aluminum on it. Right?
Speaker 1:
18:18
[inaudible] not a real story here, but I mean how, how does this, uh, I guess it was Earth Day. Maybe he's trying to do an earth day thing. That's my only guess.
Speaker 5:
18:27
They're like some biblical roots or Samson. What is correlation? I was hoping,
Speaker 1:
18:31
what are you guys had some insight. I have an idea. Okay.
Speaker 5:
18:35
One of those like it's not funny, it's just an actual idea. I'm like, are a razor blades made out of aluminum? And it's like, if I'm going to keep doing this, boys will be boys will be boys. Am I right to left using an electric razor? Oh, well then he's full of garbage.
Speaker 1:
18:51
It just seemed like a stretch. So is he, is he saying that facial hair is dangerous to the environment? Is the question here? I don't
Speaker 4:
19:01
no lost guys. Why did he shave his,
Speaker 5:
19:06
we don't know this place on the list of words. I can't say.
Speaker 1:
19:09
You can say, okay, he shaved his pubes, you should have his face views. How would you know that? Did you sit on his lap? Did you know
Speaker 5:
19:23
be so side story about that you were working at game of Thrones event here in Austin during south by
Speaker 4:
19:31
Jason Momoa was there, the dude who was the, what was his name and game of Thrones? Cal Drogo Cal Dad Guy Count. Y'All can dude. Aqua man was there and what was going on? He was looking at women and making them happy and uh, you know, oh well it was hot. It was sweaty. So I see a dog. So as he was doing that, he was also taking those same women men and putting them on his lap and he was shaking them like babies, which made me very uncomfortable. I thought about it. This guy's huge childhood, like the rock molestation. It looked like he was molesting grown men in front of me and I didn't know what to do. I didn't know if I should fight him because he's like big and strong. He called Ben and Jerry's or exactly. Or if I should just stand there or if I should just walk away with their women
Speaker 5:
20:20
because now there are women. Look at them as women. I didn't know what guys I want to take. Be honest for a second because I know you were very, you were very adamant about like I wasn't, but you're also Andre Wade. Yeah. So nine be funny. Would you sit on his, like if the option was presented to you, sit on Jason Momoa was laughing. He is, no, he is going to bounce you her free. Yeah.
Speaker 1:
20:44
I don't think I have the desire to sit on any man's, exactly. It's mostly the site. Unless there's money on the line, but especially when his knee, his sweaty, we'll, well, yeah, I mean at least Santa Claus giving gifts. Yeah. Santa Claus' knee was Valore. Yeah, that's true.
Speaker 7:
21:01
So is he trying to save the environment? Dude, I have no clue. I have no clue. So of an interesting day in prison. Yes. This is a great snippet, Sean. We're already 45 minutes into the show. I don't give enough. So, uh, yeah is a great place to make friends. Apparently. Mike the Situation Sorrentino Billy McFarland who was the fire fest founder and the celebrity nude hacker are all buddies in prison. This is a true, so have y'all didn't Watch Jersey shore gym, Tan laundry like Total Guido, right? So Mike, the situation, they all have huge biceps but his were like abnormally huge for his frame. Why was he in prison?
Speaker 1:
21:44
I don't remember. But these tail did. This is like the 2019 millennial legion of doom. Mike the Situation Fire Fest. So you know, right now there were family guide due to art in jail together that Seth Macfarlane, you're thinking of Seth Macfarlane. Billy McFarland was the fire Fest Guy, the music festival. The broey dude who, yes, he had his own credit card company and then he said he's going to bring the best music festival and it was a total bust and promise. A lot of things. Jay, who's the new hacker? Was he the guy that like all like the uh, things? I didn't see the ones where like the j Lo, not j lo, the Jennifer Lawrence. Yeah. There's another stash with it. But he basically was glad guide. Yes. Iphone late Douche bag. Put them all in the same cell. Well, they're all in the same prison and celebrity unit. Interesting. The celebrity unit, that is a big brother TV show waiting to happen. I mean like put some cameras in there. It's certainly, Andre agrees they're making a low. The guys who did the lonely island like Andy Samberg and all of them are making a fire fast movie, but I feel like they could also make a movie about this little absolutely evil trifacta going on right now. The Cali. That's ridiculous. Um, so yeah, that was a quick aside.
Speaker 7:
22:57
Yeah. Just a quick aside. Culture. This is important for me and I hope for all of us too because it has been 30 years since the release of the original, the Oji Gameboy. So Nintendo April 21st, 1989 came out with the original game. Boy, did you guys have the original Nintendo? I did back when I did. Did you have one
Speaker 1:
23:18
Nintendo game boy, both. Well, both. Uh, no. I had Super Nintendo was my first. That was a great, great council rate console. So go ahead Shawn. Well, I was just thinking about this like, I mean I had older brothers by brother that's about your age drain and uh, like I got all their hand me down gameboys and everything and, but I feel like the, I really became Cynthiana into video games with the superintendent and the [inaudible] 64, but I want to kick it over to you since you are,
Speaker 4:
23:46
you started with the game boy. Yeah. What was the most iconic game growing up? Like what, what were you and all your friends plan on Jane boy on any of these? Um, on, on Nintendo, the, the, well, there would classics, right? I was going to say it was Mariel. Yeah. They come and commando, if I'm correct, commander, it was a fun, you know, cause you could use the cheats to up down, up, down, left, right, left, right. A, B select star or BA select start. If he ain't cheating, ain't trying. All right. So you could use those cheats on those games and they would give you like unlimited weapons. You know, Mario, you'd have unlimited fireballs. Invincibility says Mario.
Speaker 4:
24:28
Hey Mario. Exactly, exactly. So those were, those were like the games, like believe it or not, those were the games that everybody wanted to play when you went to somebody's house. Then a Gameboy for me it was the, the d game. The original game that came out with tetris touch, touch us was like the truth. Tetris is the precursor to, or time Sean touches is the precursor to two was a candy crush. And candy crush is basically a, to me, a very stupid psychedelic version of tetris games like docker, Mario became, can you talk because of Tantra. And, um, so, so yeah, those were the, for me for an intended, those were, those were the, those are the games to play. Those are the hits Gameboy Pokemon game. But boy, no, I was after learn we get 40, I think since you were 24 like this means this man came, we, he, I was going to ask, what year is he played in the NBA.
Speaker 4:
25:37
You were older than Kevin Garnett. Correct. Jean was coming up while we came up at the same time. Right. But he met so many questions I want to ask us. He was a little bit, he was a little bit younger than me. I actually played against him. I knew his uncle in New York, his uncle, you know this guy, he's great. He is a nice guy. Phenomenal, phenomenal human being. He's in with department one. Yes. The Guy, the guy on the court is completely different than the human being. Kate Kagey for real cagey as a person is one of the best men that I've ever known. That's awesome. Um, so his uncle was one of the people who raised me in New York as a basketball player. And he's always like, oh my nephew, my nephew is in Chicago. It's really good. It's one of these right. And um, at this time I'm becoming like the man and whatever in New York, you know, I've just won the dunk contest at Rutgers.
Speaker 4:
26:29
I'm like, nobody could touch me. Show you your nephews. All right, true story. I got to riverbank park, riverbank state park to play with him or play against him. He's like, oh my nephews in town, come on, you've got to come downtown. I go to play against him. I can jump right. Unlike a Vince Carter Ish leaper so I can like one meal from the foul line and do things you've never seen. Tell the audience how tall you are. Six, seven. So, you know, I, I go up long story short to make, uh, to make a dog and somebody grabs the ball out of my hand and smiles at me in his kg. So, so I never forgot that. I was like, Whoa, this dude is really long. And he can jump, you know, so he's a very special player. He's first and foremost, you know what I mean?
Speaker 4:
27:17
You know, he, he, he special is something that you in his prime, like you had the BD or you know, as good as anybody just about except for Karima due to boy, you know, kg never had no, no, no John, no hook shot. I love Ekg, you know what I'm saying? But, but um, he, he, he could rock with probably the best in history, you know what I mean? At that small forward position. But um, yeah, great person, man, great duty. Saw me at Roseland ballroom and believe it or not to park was the biggie with their TLC was there the Angelo was this all nineties for you kids? Yeah, or fine. Nineties nineties heavyweights. Um, so and, and he, he reached over the whole crowd yet I guess like all his boys from Chicago and he was like, Yo, y'all playing ball. Like great. Do always been a great dude, man. That's awesome. Nice and attended the kg. It's a great way to pop culture in there. And, I mean, I know
Speaker 3:
28:16
a lot of our listenership, a lot of our ladies usually tune out before sports, but I think you're going to want to listen during sports on the section absolute Josie, we come in with a lot of personal anecdotes such as the kg story. So definitely tune in on this. We may even make this like a two part episode where we just do the whole thing.
Speaker 4:
28:33
But like if we wanted to do, um, you know, we can cut it up a little bit. You could definitely do two installments of it. Talk About d wade, kg, whatever you want. We're not going to talk about my sports career. Uh, let me take a back seat here for a moment. And Dom really just no problem. Do you want to, I'm gonna let you finish. Why don't you say it for sports? Don't say same for sports. Sorry. Because we're moving on to man, we've got a few
Speaker 3:
29:02
TV stories for Ya. Uh, number one, Tina Fey, hilarious lady of comedy. She obviously, you know, from SNL, you know, from 30 rock, you know, or from countless movies and, and appearances and other TV shows. Um, she apparently there's a story going around that a few years back, former British Prime Minister David Cameron actually reached out to her wanting to meet up because he was so frustrated at the lack of length on British TV shows because British television is about six episodes for a lot, like three to six or something like that. And he was so annoyed by the format that he literally wanted Fey to come and convince UK film, make our show runners to extend the form. No, I hate that. And well, we'll get into that here in a moment. But here's what I'm so, so delighted by that, that you have a, a bureaucrat who has power and influence and the line is we need to get more TV out there. And I don't know how this benefited him and I'm sure there's some kind of monetary backing here.
Speaker 5:
30:09
Oh, that's what it prevented. Brexit. The foresight. What did he know that he knew he had to call Tina [inaudible]. We, well, he seasons of Sherlock, then we wouldn't have left the euro. You can stretch out a show longer than it needs to be. You know what I'm saying is like just kind of an insult to her. What do you know how to overstay your welcome to you? So go ahead and do that for you. Saw the fifth season of unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt, five seasons. Oh my God. It's five, somewhere around there manager. So I mean I didn't really have a lot of questions from them. I just thought finally a politician that has a real interest in arose. I will say this is probably the most serious I'll get on this show is I hate that so much by is okay. Because I think generally in America we have a very bad habit of overstayed our welcome when it comes to IBM episodes. A TV like there should be no reason other than making money that you should have a series, extend 13 episodes just because you need to have 13 episodes is excessive. 20 to, I mean the show 24 do you use like, Oh man,
Speaker 3:
31:21
I wish they would've done as one season of 24 that was Jack's Day off and nothing happened. Literally 24 episodes of no activity. It sounds like the worst thing
Speaker 5:
31:31
that sounds [inaudible]
Speaker 3:
31:35
especially when Disney bought out Fox, if that show is still going on, just that one disgruntled workers job,
Speaker 5:
31:41
you just, you just have one episode is just him walking back and forth in Arby's. Very upset because then you have to finish 23 episodes. It'll say Larry David's in the bag and he's like, finally.
Speaker 3:
31:56
Yeah, I do agree. And I think like, I mean dom, you and I and a couple of her buddies, we watch a lot of the HBO shows together. You know like burying him, he gave him a throne, real sex and like the thing is they're killing it. Like true detective. They're killing it in eight episodes a season they could cut though. I really believe that they're long episodes. They're like an hour and a half. Yeah. And I honestly, I think it a, it makes it feel like more of an event and B, I think it's more digestible. Like I can commit to it
Speaker 5:
32:27
how power was the same thing, right. Power short episodes. But they're like you said, they're like eight episodes done. I'm like a movie. Every episode is like a movie. Right? And, and again, it's one of those things where it's not a grab, it's one of those for the sake of the art, it, it won't, it works best having it with a certain set. Like that's what I love about Sherlock for better or worse, right. Is like it's three episodes a season and they come out every like three or four years and they're all fantastic. Exactly. But I can understand that
Speaker 3:
32:58
we did that [inaudible] may need maybe a rider seasons as a, as a a fun challenge. But I can see a stance of that might be a little bit of an awkward territory where it's like either be a movie or be a series with three to six episodes is hard to really build a story arc in it. And maybe that's part of the concern there is that we need to stretch this out, but I can see both sides. But anyway, event, speaking of the mediums that are creating all this content, like Hbo, you have Netflix, which seems to be what we're talking about every other week, but I don't know selection fatigue's a real thing. You go into a, you know the one thing that you'll never hear someone will say about cheesecake factory is I love it because they give me so many options. In fact, if anything, it makes it exhausting. And that's probably the same phenomenon going on. Netflix where I spend about 2030 minutes trying to figure out what I'm going to watch before just assigned to watch the office for like the show some time. Same here. Exactly. But Netflix is aware of that and they have a solution. They are testing out a feature that will automatically play selected shows on their end for you. If you don't choose within a certain amount of time, they're going to start peddling their own content that you know. And
Speaker 5:
34:09
I think that's going to catch anyone that says no, no, no. I think people are going to exit out the second. It started like, no, I don't want to watch this stuff to not want to unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt actually. Okay. I don't know why I was talking garbage that show. There was no worry. Please don't push your dope one meal, right? Yeah. I don't want none of that. The the the blue bag. Okay.
Speaker 7:
34:37
Netflix does though. So if you heard that, that new Beyonce documentary just dropped on Netflix, Hulu offered Beyonce $85 million Netflix up that embodied they did for 110 million. Like Netflix has cashed her days where they can do whatever they want and if this flops to their eyes, they are, and they don't give an f if this thing flops, they're just going to move on to the next one. They've got so much money, they're just doing whatever they want.
Speaker 5:
35:01
Like dude, they paid Chappelle 50 million a piece for his special.
Speaker 7:
35:04
Yes. Wild. The onset. So thing Netflix, but I'm not interested in, I think I'm going to roll out of business. I'm telling you, man,
Speaker 5:
35:13
we all should have just streaming services budget. That's what's kind of pissing me off though. It's like I know apple is coming out with their own Disney flood. It defeats the whole purpose of like the cord cutting cause it's like I have like six different subscriptions to like streaming services.
Speaker 3:
35:28
Yes. Alex was talking about last week that ironically, like everything in business is cyclical, that it's kind of like, it's going to go back to cable, going up have all these different and someone's going to come along and be the entity that ties them all together. Do you want it? Disney plus and Netflix and ESPs? Let's bundle it. Let's bundle it. And I'm going to go right back to where we started, but with better content, which is interesting, but speaking of quality content on Netflix, stranger things has been a home run for them. Uh, the first few seasons of just done gangbusters, and there's a third one on the way this summer, July 4th. Uh, but there was some controversy that leaked last year and last April. The showrunners and the creators, Mark, uh, Matt and Ross Duffer's, the duffer brothers were hit with a lawsuit, uh, from a Charlie cluster.
Speaker 3:
36:18
Being cluster is not a name that you would recognize, but allegedly the story goes that he was in talks to create a show called Montauk with the duffer brothers. And he and I try Becca Film Festival back in 2014. He pitched the idea for the script that was basically very similar to stranger things and apparently they weren't talks to create together, uh, according to his word. And then, uh, you know, as you obviously know, the duffer brothers went forward, they made sure that your things and they did all that. And this guy came out of the woodwork around the time, this after shortly after the second season, aired a crying foul and sued them. And once you have court and the duffer brothers create, uh, produce emails that predated this guy's claims that, uh, alluded the fact that this might have been an idea in development for a long time, none the less, it wasn't enough for a judge. And so they're actually going to court with this matrix all over and over again. So what do you make of this? I mean, it's one thing where it's like, if they really did that, is it like a really crappy thing that they did? Yes, sure. But they also gave a stranger things and I didn't see Charlie Kessler, Kessler, the mom talk series and see him give us anything that fantastic. And so I'm like,
Speaker 4:
37:33
you stole, at least you did something good with it. Yeah, I mean, I mean, you know, you know, so I worked with the industry. Right, right. And, and you know, I'm, I'm going, going to say something that's probably pretty controversial controversy, but you know, so there, there are times when you had to, I had to blow before that. There are times when they're there, there are people who create things and you might know, like if I'm a TV producer, I might know this guy is so wrapped into his own head. He's never going to get this from idea to actual conception, you know, you know. Um, and that's the business. That's the business people. I have the, I had the pleasure of being both. I'm actually an artist and a business person, so I understand the artist and they know me and they love me for it, but I also understand the business people and when I talk to them, you know, I often say, you're right, they're never going to do what they need to do.
Speaker 4:
38:32
Let's move it forward. You know? So you have to look at that. That angle business is business. Right? Right. And you know, at the end of the day, if you come to me with a concept and I know that the concept will work, but I also know that you're not going to be able to be a part of making that concept manifest. I'd rather get the concept up and running and pay you later, which is seems to be where they are right now. So just kind of keep that in mind like do you like proof of concept kind of thing? Exactly. That actually works. Exactly. Exactly. It's like, so I'm going to show you, it works at the end day. You, you would love you to death, Mr. Artist, but you would never manifested in your lifetime.
Speaker 4:
39:10
That's what I've seen. You need to be protecting your Ip always and you need to have copper. Like, I mean it's something that our, our producer Jim, like he runs a media company and oftentimes even if we have an idea of something, you get those NDAs. So we make sure people, and, and uh, if it's an idea to trademark, it does something really simple, really cheap. But like you said, um, my, one of my lawyers who work for my entertainment company told me, she said, you know, the most money that I've ever made in court, she said, I don't make money in general. You know, people always think lawyers make big money. They dealt. She says, I don't make money from divorces and entertainment law and, and specific things. She says, you're not a most money that I'm making court from broken NDAs and from trademark, from trademark infringement.
Speaker 4:
39:56
Interesting. That's it. So that taught me at a young age, always have an NDA. And if I do have a product or something or you know, an idea that turns into a physical product, make sure I get a trademark is cheap. It's like $150 and most of them might be like $300 ooo you right. You know what I mean? So same thing, we get an NDA, which you can, you can find in anywhere, you know, get an Nda, they break you and da whatever the, the product comes out to be. If it's a $300 million movie, they have to pay you 100% of that $300 million movie. Right? So did I NDA? That's number one. And number two, if it's a, if it's a physical product, get a trademark or this cool story that a gene Simmons wanted monopoly or the company it makes monopoly to make a kiss monopoly and they're working, they're like, oh we're not going to do that.
Speaker 4:
40:52
And so he was looking at, and I guess he realized he found out that the symbol of a bag with the money sign on it wasn't efficiently trademarked, bought it. And he was like, guy. So, uh, either you make kiss monopoly or was you have to pay me every time you want to use the symbol. And now kiss I believe is a real thing. Wow. Wow. God bless capitalism. That's less absolute clink, clink, clink man. We love game of Thrones. We know this stuff. We as you guys know from last week we watched all of the bachelor and we watched every
Speaker 2:
41:34
episode of game of Thrones and we are here for your first source of sneak peeks, intake, entertainment, everything.
Speaker 1:
41:41
And sometimes you just need a quick summary, you know, and just need a refresher on what happened. Refresh these episodes. You just so jam packed that we've got to, we've got to break it down for you. So we went ahead and did that this week and we have uh, the episode two from season eight of game of Thrones. Yup. Right here for you. And so we're just going to read this blog real quick here. Uh, but JD go ahead and get us taken away. Oilers, by the way. Yeah. Spoiler, spoiler, spoiler, spoiler paired editor Barbara launch a cue up some of that fantastic music. Go ahead.
Speaker 2:
42:16
This week's episode finds the an irritated captain James T. Kirk. After realizing he has been tasked with the responsibility of garden, the quadro trick to Kale grain supplies stored on the case seven space station. The reason for this being that a paranoid federation administrator officer Buress is dead set on winning the rice to developing Sherman's planet. Captain Kirk reluctantly complies when the station administrator agrees to allow captain Cole off and a ship full of cling on shore leave on the station. Even though Buress is convinced that the cling ons in typical Cleveland fashion, we'll try to sabotage that very project. Wow. At the same time, euro brings the board, the enterprise and adorable and Carly creature called a Tribble and it begins multiplying at break at a breakneck pace, the troubles all harmless, but have voracious appetites and become agitated around clean outs. Lieutenant spot suspects that the rapidly multiplying tribbles might have infiltrated the grain on the station.
Speaker 2:
43:26
This proves to be the case, but old bones McCoy. This covers the, fortunately the gray was already poisoned and then the triples of it. Oh, bones. Mccoy, Boehner, Mccoy. The most popular character on game of Thrones. All Bodes Mccoy. He's a, he's a fan favorite. Oh, bones McCoy. Alright. No, it's bring us home. Say one else. Feel like this. Sounds like Rumpelstiltskin. Nope. This is game of Thrones when the surviving tribbles so react, you know, distress manner to the presence of his assistant. Darvin the enterprise crew discover that Darvin is a Klingon agent. He is arrested and Scotty rids the enterprise with thousands of tribbles by beaming them all into Kllauss engine route.
Speaker 1:
44:11
Wow. Wow. This is really heating up. I don't know what's going to happen because HBO afford to have this show. I mean, it's too big for HBS. It's too big for her. The sex scenes. I will say you entered a very good job of cutting around the seven winners that were in this episode. A gratuitous. There was a lot about the tribbles lot. Another word for winter. That's another word for winter. So we can kind of like, he's a boy, apparently has a huge triple, huge, huge trouble. So it's like family feud. That's why it gets tribbles biking. We'll go get all bones tune in. Next week is we're going to recap episode three of game of Thrones. Give me again when there's only six episodes this season that, oh boy, let me see. Each of these are important and we'll definitely give it to you straight. Wow. Spoilers. Spoilers to discuss movies. That's right.
Speaker 3:
45:06
Thank you dre. So we're giving you all kinds of important information and I'd like to pride ourselves at the buzzer that we only give you the information that's necessary and never wants to give you stupid anecdotes. It's all relevant. It's all relevant except this week. So we're talking star wars here. I mean, I'm out of star wars on this show. We do. It's an overrated franchise. Really talk a lot about it. It's people that people care about. And this is not something that I think any star wars fan asked for. But here it is, uh, Mark Hamill, the guy who famously played at Luke Skywalker and among other roles, like you've voiced the joker in the Batman animated series and he's voicing Chucky in the remake of child's play. According to mark Hamill on Twitter. Uh, someone asked him if Luke Skywalker died a virgin and he told them that Luke did in fact lose his virginity a long time ago.
Speaker 1:
46:02
Did Not diverging. That doesn't, okay. Last jet [inaudible] was dead. It doesn't count. So I was actually to ask you guys who in this Galactic University of the loop loses. We're just sitting here. It is. Let me think about that for a Saturday is thing like some somewhere. No, he didn't lose his virginity. It's somewhere walking around is a half. Luke Skywalker, half metal hand is Tribble. It's just his troubles. Troubles are all over. His troubles are wrong. I do love the fact that there are people who are literally
Speaker 3:
46:37
a debating the master debating the celibacy, mastered debating the celibacy fictitious wizard swords like laser swords. Men Lie. Why
Speaker 1:
46:51
I liked it. This wasn't like he came out to announce it like JK Rowling does, what material he was gay. It turns out, turns out Luke Skywalker, he lost his virginity to Dumbledore. That's how the trailers lightsabers and Juan's, it's very fast. That's crazy. And speaking of stupid star wars news is really off the, off his rocker here. So he came out star wars celebration as pass a month in or whatever. There was
Speaker 4:
47:30
a panel and Lucas just unprompted, told everyone that his favorite character of all time and I think he was serious, was jar jar Binks from episode because I was think like this guy's either
Speaker 5:
47:44
sholan everyone or he really is just, no, he's joking. Okay. That's 100% what it is. Like, I don't if you guys remember when he signed over, uh, Lucas films to uh, uh, Disney back in the day and there's that picture of him and like Ed Asner sitting at the table and you had like that look on his face of like, whenever you watch making a murderer and it's like, you know, like when like the convicted person, like Caesar family in court for the first time after they were accused of what they did, that kind of like guilty look, it was like the look he had in his face when he was signing over the rights. So Lucas Arts and like, it just seemed to me, he's like, you know what? I'm going to burn this mother down.
Speaker 4:
48:21
This guy gives no apps at this point. And you've probably just trawling. Everyone does exactly what a deep cut there. They're being charged are beings. I didn't feel bad for that actor. I think I looked it up. His name is, uh, Ahmed, uh, best, but that's to get like death threats and lenders from, again, Star Wars nerds are over the line. So many ways. She all the crap out man. Like, it's fictitious Garth dishes character. Just be cool. Luke Skywalker's bone in every chick and jar jar Binks is not the greatest character. No. But speaking of fans that might be overly obsessed, I honestly, can I say something honestly, the greatest character is called star was blue light as Darth Vader. If you know, if anybody doesn't know Darth Darth Vader hot take right. Darth Vader was undefeated. I'd taken over the galaxy, you know? No, let's really look at that. Yeah.
Speaker 4:
49:22
He sold his soul to the devil, unfortunately for him. But the same time he lived out his dream of actually taking over the entire galaxy, you know, you know, so, uh, he was a great character. I mean, you can't beat it. James Earl Jones voice, they said the original guy who played him was like seven foot, you know, you have to put all these things into the, you know, the, the, the mass and the, that they made the master with that they actually made was after the Nazi, uh, mass or whatever, the SS helmets and definitely terrifying. Exactly. And they put like gas mask on him on his face. You know, to make that original mass. And of course you know the guy seven foot, right? Just think about it. Like, think about if you really walked into an entity that even look like that. I'm six seven. Oh, he'd be intimidating for sure. That's what I'm trying to say. You'd be like, this dude has to be like a living demon. They know what I mean. Like, like, like, like def on wheels. So people say, George, our banks is their fame. Now there's no, that's what I'm, that's a lot of points,
Speaker 1:
50:29
right? There's no, there's no comparison. There's no comparison. That's a, that's a, that's a fantastic boy. In fact, that Garth theater, what is my favorite character of all managers as well? Just because as a kid, like I just really liked the color red know red light saber. So I was like, scans dope. There's gotta be cool. So it was banks and cooling, fancy, overly obsessed with nerdy stuff all the time. Boons and a no exception. Here is dom. You're moving to Wisconsin. You might actually meet this guy, but there was a man in Wisconsin who broke his hand. Now holds the Guinness Book of World Records. His name is Steve. Uh, Rupaul, I think we held the Guinness Book of World Records about the record for most viewings of a movie in the theaters. So Steve Rubell a whole this record, the Guinness Book of World Records, he saw Captain Marvel 116 times.
Speaker 1:
51:28
Paul, the whole bottle. Cause all those, you just see heard there on adults rated stream of urine from the dre. I remember when you were worried about me coming on the show, Shawn, when it fell off, it's Josh. We're gonna scrap this whole as well. So there you have it. You don't need to talk about, we won't touch on that. We will touch on this really quickly or vendors end game comes out this week, the 26th and this is probably going to be the biggest movie 2019 long one that could be bigger and star wars. Um, I think this will be the biggest one. It'll probably make easily $2 billion box office. So that makes sense. Do you guys have any, let's nerd out a little bit more, but do you have any crazy theory? So this is the end of contracts with the likes of Robert Downey Jr iron man, Chris Evans who play Captain America. Uh, this might be the last run for guys like Thor. What do you think is going to happen and in this one real quick, any big things? Big Takeaways?
Speaker 4:
52:40
I think that the, the, I think that right? So I don't know, I haven't looked up, I want to disclaimer, I haven't looked up any trailers. I haven't sourced any information, but I think that they, you know, going to go back in time. The only thing that makes sense to me is that they go back in time. Right, exactly. Yeah. And they undo everything. Um, snapping. With that being said, I do, I do. I think it's going to be a good movie because of the basic bones of it or that's already built. Correct. Bones, my court. But, but, but I do, I do think that, um, some things are going to be missing. You know, I, I feel like Stanley, I feel like part of the reason that all of these movies would great is because the actual creator of the original content was able to, um, and he talked about in the past, he was like, when I saw something wrong, I was like, Nah, that's not exactly how he could correct. There you go. That's not exactly how Spiderman we'll move, you know? No, that's not exactly how iron man would, would, would feel after losing his heart. You know, he talked about it. So I think that specific things are going to be missing from this movie. Honestly, specific details that US true comic nerds are going to be like, ah, they may and they kind of got that wrong. However, I think it's still going to be a decent movie cause this is the punctuation
Speaker 3:
54:03
for a very long sentence. It's been going on for the last decade and I, I mean venue where I think was probably one of the most incredible amalgamations of, of properties in one film. And this just ends a whole huge saga. And honestly, do you think that people are just going to be done with superhero movies for a little bit after this?
Speaker 4:
54:27
Probably. I think, I think it's okay to let it burn for a while, but just let it breathe isn't not ended well. I hope they end it well and I hope they live a simmer. Same with star wars to both is let's let it selecting the bomb with the pod five years. Bring them back because we talk a lot about it, but let's look, let it simmer.
Speaker 5:
54:44
I agree. That's what they should do. I mean maybe I think, here's the thing man. I think a lot of these companies, specially Disney, right? Who owns both of them? Uh, I think it's fair. Whatever movie they make an Mcu or star wars regardless, we think they should make it. We're going to go see it in theaters. Yeah. And like stock comes in. It is doing as well. It's one of those like, like dude, I see every DC movie in theater and you know, it's not going to be good, but it's like they have my money already. Like so I dunno. I like to think the best that like they probably should. Hey, let's just hold off for a bit, but I think we were talking yesterday about one of the things that was great. Um, I get the prequels for the most part of it. Fantastic obviously, but one of the things that was a special about them was like over the span of a decade, like three movies came out. And so when they drop it was like a huge event and a with them coming out every single year, it's a little bit, you know, not quite as special and kind of feels a little bit, uh, I think taking my baby, right.
Speaker 3:
55:48
Yeah, no, I get that. And that, that is something to be said is like, I think fan fatigue is going to kick in for sure with an already has one star wars. I think Disney's like pull back because they were thrown like two movies every year and us and then with the, I think it was a matter of expectations, like we expected there to be three superhero movies a year and then star wars, it was such an event. To your point. Uh, like every decade you got a new one and so it happened. It was so monumental and they didn't want to start getting every, it's like if he had Christmas like three times a year you'd be over. Yeah, totally. So I'd love to take a break and I'd love for you, especially if you get proper, like what I would love to see from Disney is then gamble on a obscure film. Ideas like they have the money, like the clearly like they're, they're good, they're going to have a property's going, Disney plus and all that. Like I'd love them pump to see them pump out some indie films that normally wouldn't have say see the light of day. But now that like money's no object.
Speaker 5:
56:52
Like a, what was that movie? The movie with the, with the guy with the tiger. Oh, if I find that that was a great move was that Disney doesn't resonate, they might be more
Speaker 3:
57:02
brothers. But it was definitely, it was a great story that wouldn't normally have been
Speaker 5:
57:06
may. That's what I'm saying. It's not a franchise. That was a great movie. You know, just thinking like you said, like Disney of course has the budget and the reach to do things like that, you know. But again, I think the, of course the tiger was, I'm just thinking cause the tiger was pure, uh, you know, uh, metaphor CG. Oh that too. Yeah. Right. Tiger in the movie. You imagined it exactly. The tiger with inside all of us. Yes. Right. All of us have a tiger inside of my pessimism with like big companies like Disney where I'm like, I would love for them to take risks on movies that are not going to be box office smashes. But I'm just kinda like, just from the quality of the film for Quality. Have you all seen that movie? The lobster? Yeah. Do one of my favorite movies of all time. Not because it's even a fantastic movie. It's just so weird. And it's because of, it's so original. And at the same thing with Swiss army, man, I'm like this, there's something incredible about seeing Daniel Radcliffe fart for two hours as a dead corpse. And it's actually, I think it's, I'm this thing, it's like I agree and I think
Speaker 3:
58:22
the thing is all of us are artists in the, we're all kind of coming at it, whether or not we need to probably come at it with a little bit of a highbrow acts rotation of like, this is quality art and this is where we want to see. But the average movie goer isn't looking for something that is new and innovative, that innovative, innovative, innovative. They're looking for something that is recognizable. It won't
Speaker 5:
58:42
be exactly, that's a pop song. And that's what they know Disney, they do. They always find a big star and you know somebody who is you, you recognize and that's how I, that's the way they go. And so that's why you're getting all of these transformer movies. Like they're but except worldwide people recognize for you to force yourself to, especially I like the 30s and forties correct? Yeah. They were talking about, I know this is completely off topic, but right. This is, this is what I do. Right. They were talking about bringing out a thundercats movie and, and dad made me excited and very also very, very anxious at the time because I loved
Speaker 1:
59:22
it. Then the guards and I was like, care about you. You get a, and I was like, you can't mess this up guys. You can't mess this up. Totally. And that you've seen countless examples of beloved properties that just got poopooed out. Exactly. Yeah. I think there was one that I was so excited about this book. It was supposed to have been made like four or five years ago with Johnny Quest, but with Zac Efron, Johnny quest and the rock is race Bannon and uh, what I would have loved. But then again also they could have made it totally crappy, like a Dora the explorer movie that's coming out, that's all that they're willing to make. Like the Rockies prints money, dude, be fine. Yeah. It was like the, and like fast and for your experience and it's coming out. That's the most ridiculous trailer I've ever seen in my life. At the same time, I'm like account Masiya exactly. What's kind of an extra, I was about to say preop John Waco and John is pure art house. Don't you dare, I just don't love John Away anyways. We're definitely gonna have to turn this into two parts. All such an adult. Um, I'm thinking I'm back and I'm thinking that you get him another episode of the Buzzer. We'll be back right after. Yes. Wow. That was nice. Thank you. So we're going to do something a little unconventional this week. Yes. A little razzle dazzle. We're gonna out trove here,
Speaker 2:
60:44
but what, hang on, hang on, hang on. Because why JD? Well, we've got more, we've got a whole nother episode for you this week. It's dropping. It's dropping after this one. So you should definitely listen to both. But if you're into sports, if you're not into sports, it does talk about yes, life magnets, follow your dreams. Uh, just everything you can think of that is inspirational to us and to you guys. It all ties back. Woods Greg episode. Just going to open up. Tom's going to tell a funny story. Dr Dre is here. Dom is here. Um, yes. So tune in to part two of episode 15 yes, it's going to be great. It's gonna be great. And we'll release it hopefully tomorrow, if not the day after, but it will happen soon and let you know and it's gonna be to get one, but for right now and we're going to sign off. All right guys. Enjoy. And we'll, we'll see ya next time. Alright, well by my wife.
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