The Buzzer

True Detective, The Bachelor, The Sandlot, Kylie Jenner, Females in the NFL, The Office vs. Parks and Rec | FEAT. Kyle Adams (NFL Alum) + Will Bakke (Filmmaker)

March 06, 2019 Season 1 Episode 8
The Buzzer
True Detective, The Bachelor, The Sandlot, Kylie Jenner, Females in the NFL, The Office vs. Parks and Rec | FEAT. Kyle Adams (NFL Alum) + Will Bakke (Filmmaker)
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The Buzzer
True Detective, The Bachelor, The Sandlot, Kylie Jenner, Females in the NFL, The Office vs. Parks and Rec | FEAT. Kyle Adams (NFL Alum) + Will Bakke (Filmmaker)
Mar 06, 2019 Season 1 Episode 8
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Show Notes Transcript

FEAT. Kyle Adams (NFL Alum) and Will Bakke (Filmmaker). 

TV: True Detective Season 3 Review. Arrested Development's new season. The Sandlot is coming back.

THE BACHELOR: Week 9 Recap. 

POP CULTURE: Wrestling legend, King Kong Bundy passed away. Kylie Jenner is the youngest self-made billionaire in history. Funniest things left behind in an Uber.

MOVIES: Serena Williams spoils Avengers. A Quiet Place 2. Is Star Wars Overrated?

SPORTS: Jason Witten comes out of retirement. Earl Thomas wants a lot of money. The first female non-kicker to earn a football scholarship. 

AT THE BUZZER: The Office vs. Parks and Recreation Bracketology.



Guest Spotlight 1.37
TV 5.49
The Batchelor 15.40
Pop Culture 19.47
Movies 29.10
Sports 40.51
At The Buzzer 54.30 
Outro 64.50



Speaker 1:
0:01
Today's episode of the Buzzer is brought to you by producer Jim's ATM pin number. Go ahead and DME. If you want to get in, get in on this dog. Can I get some of that action full? I Howard already texted the vow Sri Sri [inaudible] appreciate you Jim.
Speaker 2:
0:17
Today on the Buzzer, your favorite childhood movies coming back as a TV show, a bachelor learns, you can jump a fence and Netflix has another season of a series. Well, past development, you know what we'll tell you, who just became the youngest self made billionaire as well as the weirdest things people leave behind in their Uber vehicles. Also, Serena Williams might have spoiled the ending of a vendor's end game and we'll pointlessly debate if star wars is good or not. In sports. We'll tell you about a girl who's kicking ass and taking names in football nonetheless, as well as what old timers coming back out of retirement. Oh boys love that will unveil our version of March madness. And uh, we're going to go ahead and make this consistent. Two of the greatest TV shows with the greatest bracket to ever waste your time. And as a special treat. Today's episode is a double, almost a triple as we're joined by former NFL player, Kyle Adams and current filmmaker will Bacchae and fan favorite Alex, right? Alex Reid was my favorite of the three. Oh, I love them all. I loved them all, all that and more on today's episode of the Buzzer.
Speaker 1:
1:38
Hello. Hello there. How's it going? It's going on my friends. This is a, this is a fun week. It's a fun episode of the Buzzer because normally we've featured one guest, which is doing great or two in a separate from each other. But this week we have two together, three together, three together. Actually, I mean, got this guy out, but we have three together. We do have three. So let's go ahead and just introduce who, who's here in the mix as we advance or along. But we had the likes of a former NFL player in Cala Adams slash areas and a CFA. We have a filmmaker in, we'll Bacchae and we have returning fan favorite.
Speaker 1:
2:20
Now, the fun facts about Alex, he will actually be featured in an episode next month. Um, all on his own. But tonight he's sharing the limelight graciously with the likes of will. And Kyle, you're so lucky you till he finds where we're drinking every, we did not ask him every time. I mean, I think ultimately we're all, well maybe not better for it, but we're all here for it. We're all losers. We're all losers. So man, I got a couple of questions for you guys before we get started and why you guys, you know, plug has gone on what you're doing, Kyle starting with you, you're a CFA, but most famously you played for the Chicago bears. So my question for you is in light of that, what's a dividend?
Speaker 3:
3:02
That's another question. Uh, you know, that's, that's a very good question. I don't know if I learned that in CSA. No, in all honestly, it's a return from an investment in the form of a cash distribution. Wow. I would actually be a good term for a straight from the flash cards or the flash is off the cuff. Hopefully I got that right and see if, see if that was turning this off. Don't take it away from me. We had a huge CFA fan base. That's great that the audience has satisfied now. So will the audience has a question for you as well. We did post this on Instagram and we got some feedback here. So will you have directed a number of movies? Um, famously you've directed Nick Offerman, Ron Swanson from parks and rec as well as shooter McGavin McCray. So my question for you is, what's a dividend?
Speaker 3:
3:54
I honestly can't repeat back. What got fun? It's cash. It's cash money. Great. Well that's really all the questions, the audience. You guys have a great night to do it. In all seriousness. You guys got anything going on right now? You want to plug? Um hmm. Think about that. I mean, Kyle had a baby. Do you want no babies? Awesome. He's 14 months old. Super handsome and smart. That's awesome. Does he know what a dividend? Yeah, of course. [inaudible] knows more or less than me. I mean, will's got a lot going on too. He's got this haircut. Uh, I don't, I don't really know what to plug. I Dunno. We'll start, believe me, film.com boom. That was my last movie. So you can, that's, that's all I have. You also revamped our website recently, so we did. Yeah. Yeah. I mean if you're a filmmaker, if you're interested in that, we wrote a book called the break in, which is, uh, about how to get started and film industry.
Speaker 3:
5:09
If you're not living in La for if you're living in la, still read. I think so. Awesome. Go for it. So for all of you in Mequon, Wisconsin, there's an outlet for you right there. If you're a student trying to break in this will, this will help you out. It's a game changer. And obviously we have Alex here as well. Alex, what words of wisdom do you have before we kick off the show? He's so ready. Turn off this podcast. Have folks, thank you for it. So that being said, we've got a rowdy bunch tonight. So when you say we jump into the show, welcome [inaudible] voice voices. Jay's Jay's already drunk, but not ever finishing this episode yet. Hammered TV.
Speaker 3:
5:53
This is a jam packed episode. So we're going to move through these topics pretty quick. The thing I want to address since last week we didn't cause I hadn't finished it. Well that's true detective season three, which just Erin, now we'll in Alex, you guys have watched this and I know that you have thoughts on this or did you wash it Alex? I did not. I'm still, he's still just a many thoughts. You don't know a lot about this, but I do have a lot of opinions. Very opinion. Okay. Okay. Well then will you and I are going to have to kind of spearhead this one show. Uh, what were your, what what'd you think overall? Uh, it's still living in the shadow of season one. It felt like an homage to season one. Yeah. Love Rehearsal. Ali. Uh, he just won the Oscar, which is a fitting.
Speaker 3:
6:36
He, he earned it. Uh, sure. He did great in the season and then, uh, Stephen Dorff was amazing. Kind of coming out of second half of the season. They really elevate his care dude. He's just fun. Yeah. He kind of reminds me, Alex, you're going to know this. He was the coach in front of nightlights, Billy Bob Thornton. Coach Taylor. How Shannon? Kyle Chandler man. Yeah. Yeah. He just has that southern vibe towards the hard ass and wants to get his pick fights for no reason. Yeah, I don't know. I really liked it. I mean, I liked the season, but I'm, I'm still just like, well, they got close. I was happy that they at least improved upon seasons. Yes. Yes. How far did you get into the season two do you watch? I watched the whole thing and I, it was like putting glass in my eyes. The Unicorn. Yeah. I did not like it. Like four episodes. Everyone gave up.
Speaker 4:
7:21
Alex, go ahead. I think the issue is that, you know, season one some filmmakers spent 10 years writing that started when they were a student, 10 years perfecting it and sold it to HBO. They make it huge success and they say, all right, you have three months to write season two and it was just Boston. Terrible. Right. And you, you know, you just can't prove on pawn his 10 year commitment through the perfecting of season one
Speaker 3:
7:43
neck pizza lotto or yeah. Yeah, I would agree. Great opinion without seeing the show solid. He's solid, he's good for something. So here's something that everyone can definitely jump in on now is season four has not officially been announced, but it is expected. So if you can have a dream casting for season four of true detective, who would you throw in there? I mean I think it's 2019 we should get some women in there to replace, um, better than, than the season with Rachel Mcadams. Right. I think Amy Poehler could do, I think that Tina Fey, Tracy Morgan, every character, a lot of wigs in a more serious note, I'm proud fellows. This is a little bias since I just watched the series of Luther, but interest elbow would be crucial. He is the sexiest man alive. Right? I would agree with that student. Bring a certain simmer. Not for long. I think actually Elizabeth Moss would do, would be great. I'm going to show like that she was, she's in a movie with mark Duplass. Forgot the name is cool. What about escaping me? I'm sorry. Emily Blunt. What she do well, I kind of liked her in um, this sicario movie. Let me seriously, she's, she's a bad ass. Like I, I would,
Speaker 5:
8:56
I could see her in that kind of bit. I will say like season three was very similar to season one. Like they was at the time almost a nod. Like I want to see some more original storytelling more than I want to see, uh, interesting characters.
Speaker 1:
9:09
You think it was the right move for, I'm going to butcher his last name, but the pits a lotto to play it safe and do something that was a in line cause it felt like a force awakens. Yeah. And they just recreated what has already been done. Right. Was that the right move or should he have done something completely different? Because that's what we tried to have a season two.
Speaker 5:
9:26
Yeah, I know. I mean I dunno, he's probably playing it safer than he wasn't season two. But I still think like the only reason why people were tuning into that was just cause it was so fresh and original. So I think you have to kind of keep pushing the pounds. But I mean he came back, I mean season three's good, you know, so he'll get a season before and on the hill. I hope he tries again. I'm like, I hope that same like boldness. He had a for season two he tries again, but he actually,
Speaker 1:
9:51
it's at this corner, rotten tomatoes. Season Three's score was 84% and put that in context. Season one had an 87% but the audience scores were various because season three at 79% and a season of one, even season two had a 60% season two. It's a little generous. Yeah. Speaking of seasons that have not captured the original magic arrested development, it was fantastic in its first three seasons on Fox and then Netflix picked it up and it made a huge crash and turn in everyone's everyone's expectation and it would, they never recaptured their foreign magic. And even with season five, I feel like they still were trying to recreate what is lightning in a bottle, but they've announced the second half of season five, which I didn't know that it was originally planning like this. It's coming out this month. And does this show have any potential left in it or is it
Speaker 5:
10:44
played out? No, I don't think so. I mean, yeah, I agree. The last season was like, I forget her name, that that plays Lindsay Bluth but she like pushed her shot. Fortunately most of our scenes were green screened like, and it's very obvious. It's like terrible green screen work. Yeah. I don't know. I didn't realize it was a second half thing also because I was like, there's no way to get Porsche back for another season. So it makes sense. They filmed it all at the same time when she was kind of already, she had already exited the show. But yeah, I mean, I, I again, it's like another example of a director trying to take the show in a direction where it's like, what if we did one character per episode? Not realizing that like the truth of the matter is that everyone loves sink all the characters and an episode, not just one. There's an ensemble. Don't mess with the formula that works much like true detective. Sure.
Speaker 1:
11:37
Well said. Alex. Yeah, JD was great input. Any favorite fan? Favorite? Alex rain coming in hot and now JD, you, you're more knowledgeable about this subject, but it got me excited when you tell us what's going on. Well, this like me and my buddies as kids, like this is one of our favorite movies. So the San Lot,
Speaker 6:
11:55
it has been announced, I think it was a couple of weeks ago. It's going to be turned into a new TV series with the actual original cast, which interesting. Interestingly enough, I mean they're all in their mid thirties now. So exactly the same. Oh, look at this kid on the left. Yes. They all look exactly the same. So, um, yeah, it says that the series will be set in 1984, 22 years after the original film. I mean, I'm excited for it, but I'm really curious as to know what, I mean he had said the director, David, Nikki Evans had said that they were going to use like the actual original cast members to play the parents or the fathers of their kids. Like what are you all's thoughts on this? I mean cause this is a show, I mean this was a movie that came out back when we were in our teens. Like
Speaker 5:
12:37
I'm going to go ahead and just say I'm stoked. Yeah. Like I'm absolutely going to see this movie. Yeah.
Speaker 4:
12:41
I think potential is in the fact that a lot of the recent things we've seen have shown child actors to be very good. Um, and their lack of inhibition and they're very interesting to watch. But part of the charm of the movie is watching the actors with their innocence that we had when we were their age. And we like to look back and think, man, being a kid was great. And same thing with adult pains and labors might be draining to the soul. Who knows if they, um, kind of showcase those as the show goes on. You're going to deed. Yeah, that was deep
Speaker 5:
13:17
and I was inspecting it. He's like, I'm stoked to see it. And you're like a fan favorite? Um, I don't know. I'm, I'm much more skeptical about it because I feel like it seems kind of like it could be a cash grab a seat. Now this is going to be a TV series, not a movie. Yeah. Like how are you going to work? So I don't know. So this is, this is the issue. Like full house full House came out and I haven't really watched much of it, but I think it's doing pretty well. I mean the reality is, and like today's landscape, there's so many different platforms to watch content on that these distributors know that it is a lot harder to advertise a show that they just called little league. Yeah. Versus if they come out with a show called the sandlot series, you know and they even have like the hook of saying it's the original cast now playing dad's like that makes for great media that makes for great news.
Speaker 5:
14:08
So people are going to watch regardless of whether the story is going to be good cause it's the style and it's playing on intellectual property that people are already familiar with. Cash grab, it costs them less money to advertise and if they were like come up with a completely original show, that's the exact same story told. So I think they're going to ride it. Let me just make one point. I saw a picture of one of the guys and he is Jack Really? Which got, I don't know what he did was maybe he drops for hand porridge for you right now. What's going to watch Lbz yo what's hard about I,
Speaker 4:
14:38
it has been for one of the pay per view options like Netflix and with sitting unique about that situation is you paint advance and then watch. Whereas like in a network you watch and then pay, you know, you get, they get advertisers and so Netflix, they already
Speaker 3:
14:52
own you and they kind of, they don't have to create great content to guarantee your continued viewership. And so, you know, if this show is on Netflix, it's already made and it doesn't rely on us liking it. Sure. It's continuing. So that's 10 20 episodes, but it's continuation, depends on us liking it. So. Hm. So I guess the final take, will you watch hell yeah, yes. Yeah. I love coming of age. I'll give it one episode. Okay. I'm watching all of the citizens. He stopped stealing my dad's CBS all access account and I'm watching, what's that password? Yeah, I'll share it. I'll, I'll, I'll stay tuned for a Sean's Dad's password. This episode of the Buzzer brought to you by Q and Mr Ranchers.
Speaker 3:
15:42
Man, I'll tell ya, things are heating up JD. I'm so excited. I know. I'm so excited. I love this show. I watch it every week. We watch it religiously with you. We care about it and we love it. We value the storytelling. I can't think of any more things to say. Nothing else to say, but the show itself. Now we also have, again, Kyle will in Alex here and we're going to be giving you the breakdown of what happened this week. And Fun. Spoiler alert guys, he jumped a fence. Yes he did. I know, I know. It's a lot to again. So without further ado, here's what happened this week on the bachelor this week on the bachelor. It's time for the fantasy suites were three women will attempt to give Colton a scarlet letter in front of a camera broadcasting to millions of people Colton confines and Chris Harrison, who decides that he's ready to lose his virginity, assuming he magically falls in love with one of the three finalists during the episode because that's how falling in love works.
Speaker 3:
16:40
During the first date of the episode, Taishan Colton took a helicopter ride around Portugal. Patia opens up about her previous marriage, explains to Colton fed her husband's skin. Fidelity is what dissolve their relationship and the trust is very important to her. So she's considering a future with a man who actively dated 30 women did proceed to go around the hotel suite in practice abstinence. Colton is still a virgin Colton's next overnight datas with Cassie the to have a romantic day of sightseeing and dancing with old men and not falling in love because of course they don't. They've known each other for less than a few months and Cassie's not desperate. Nonetheless, colon is bummed that this isn't the plot of an animated Disney movie and that Kasey has most likely friend zoned him. Colon tells [inaudible] that he never actually got her father's blessing to marry her because that would be stupid for Lynn's father to agree to Cassius distraught and realizes that maybe she wouldn't marry a guy she's only known for a month and a half. This is a rare one for reason. Colin is still a virgin. Colton is distraught and confesses his undying love to Cassie yet again. He, he's very clingy
Speaker 2:
17:50
and even more annoying than he normally is, which definitely explains why Cassie gets in a van and leaves to be in a different country than the one that this dude is currently at. Colton curses under his breath and says that he has quote done with this show in quotes because he clearly doesn't understand the term quote legally binding contract. In quote, you shoved the camera guy because he is a dick. He also throws a walkie talkie into the craft services table because he is a dick.
Speaker 6:
18:15
Colton. Then storms off while Chris Harrison calls after him, but the emotionally well adjusted Colton is unresponsive and storms off to finally give us the anticipated moment or he jumps over the fence, never to be heard from again. Just kidding. We're unfortunately stuck with this sad SAP for at least one more week because Colton is still
Speaker 3:
18:36
a version. That's perfect. I love it. He's so hyped, man. What an episode. My heart is racing. Things happen. We're sweaty, we're exhausted, but we got through it. Yeah, I feel like I'm watching my diary. It really is. This is all pulled straight from my Zangle blog and NFL players or Willis's. I've got nab. Well for Colton. Did you, did he play around and you played? No. When did he play? He might've, we might've overlapped by a year, but I don't know the guy. He was afraid of you. He's from Indianapolis though and I went to Purdue. So there's that connection. Who? It's from the same state for awhile. 1.0 both white guys. We found some common ground couple white guys, Mindy who played in Indiana, so that's great. Love it. Well anyways, the bachelor finale is next week and allegedly there's more show to go. So this is great. We love it. We love this show so, so much. Should I try that one more time?
Speaker 6:
19:47
Gotcha. I love it. So on today's part of pop culture though, it's not truly pop culture. A lot of us guys, I feel like we're all close to the same age. So I'm 28 years. 31301303097 how old are you Sean? 28 yeah, 28 where Y'all dub? So it was originally WWF before was WWE. So these are the Oji days. So our dearest friend, King Kong Bundy, he actually, he, I think it was today that he passed away at the age of 61. Damn. We're here to pay some respects to our friend, King Kong Bundy. Let's all raise our glasses to King Kong. Some of the memories that we may have between Kong. So he definitely wrestled with some of the likes of whole Cogan Bam, Bam Bigelow and Andre the giant. Um, and yeah, just for a few minutes. I mean I had to video games on the original playstation one. I mean even going back to stone cold, Steve Austin undertaker, the rock like these guys are, and it's just not as good anymore. But like what are y'alls takes on some of the, cause it was WWF and then it was WWE and I thought it was real for while.
Speaker 3:
20:58
All right. She had a lawsuit from the World Wildlife Federation, so they changed it to WWE. Yeah, I think it's a miracle that an obese man and that outfit lasted that long with all his blood be circulation being cut off by the SPANDEX. Y'All can't see his picture, but there's a lot of men coming out of the little single it. Yeah, that's a lady got got to get up. I was a big fan of WWF. I was riding a, that stone cold, the roc period, which was just crying and I had, I think it was [inaudible] 64 I had a WWF first MWL right. I had that one game and not a lot of, and not to age, but a lot of the kids these days, they only know the rock as like the actor. Right. I really don't think they know him as like, do you smell like what the original Ira, they only know him as Dwayne Johnson. Not as the rock. Exactly.
Speaker 6:
21:48
So I think they need to be a little cultured with, you know, just pay some respects to this guy. I Dunno.
Speaker 3:
21:53
Yeah, there were definitely some good times. It's beautiful man. And spend x, JD. What's not to like Alex? I love men in Spandex. We'll back to you is a good banter that we have going on here,
Speaker 6:
22:06
back and forth banter here. Um, so also just to kind of re uh, re rechange the topic line here. I was curious about this because it's stated on Twitter today that Kylie Jenner now takes the crown as the world's youngest ever quote on quote self made billionaire. So she's a part of Forbes billionaires list and it was announced that she's only 21, but she just took the throne from mark Zuckerberg as the youngest person to become a billionaire. I see you guys shaking your heads. I feel the same way. She really is self made. I mean is is this a right context?
Speaker 3:
22:41
They'll get her knows what a dividend is. Yup. I'm like, well sir, I'll disagree with whatever Kyle says. Kyle, what do you think? Yeah, you know, I uh, I would say self made is not the correct term, but I, you don't have to give a 21 or 21 year old who's got $1 billion and is built a couple of great brands. Some credit. I mean, she's clearly,
Speaker 6:
23:02
I wonder if that is, yeah, I wonder if that billion is just for her brands or if that's just her, her actual net worth as Kylie Jenner.
Speaker 4:
23:10
I won't put grudge or, because today the sort of content creator is still valued and she has captured the hearts and mind of enough. And while you can't build a country's economy on such things like all American are, all America produces nowadays is uh, podcasts in porn essentially. Hmm. This is both. She'd be, yeah. Cap Cap. Everyone here, everyone here in the podcast is naked and it's very awkward. Yeah. And we're all awkward. Um, I don't, I don't her like that's,
Speaker 3:
23:46
that's what we pay for these days. And she figured out how to capitalize on what we pay for and good for her because all billionaires do is realize what people will pay for and she did to Joe.
Speaker 6:
23:57
And so I guess a question to, maybe I'll just state it for the whole kind of card, ashy and gender crew. Someone stated that she is one of the biggest role models.
Speaker 3:
24:07
Okay. So total look up door. Do y'all agree with this? Absolutely. I think you look at where this country was a year ago and how much turmoil there was and then that Pepsi ad came out. And I'll tell you what, I get mad a lot. And when someone comes up, TV brands a Pepsi up to me and hands it to me, it diffuses the situation. I'm not, I'm not lying right now. Not trying to put up a front like she's saved this country to me. I had been on the verge of raise your glass right now. Raise your glass for King Kong and for Pepsi and the coke up 1980s man. Hot over. I don't think you guys are taking the pinnacle of capitalism. Yeah, sure. She's the pinnacle of freedom. Absolutely. Absolutely. She's American dream realized to a fault. I mean, you say she has made America great again. I think she has mag it all over this country. Uh, speaking of things that make America great. Jt Uber.
Speaker 6:
25:06
Yes. Oh, this is exciting. Okay. So I also read another article. So every year for the past three years, Uber has actually come out with a list of some of the top. So it's their third annual lost and found index in the United States and Canada. And what it did was it basically just highlighted the most obscure things that were left in their vehicles over the past year. And so what I want us to do is we'll kind of go around the group, and these are actually, so I quoted these based on what the previous owners had labeled them. So it's a little ridiculous, but we have the top 15 most unique items lost in an Uber vehicle. And we're just going to go around and talk about it because we've all been in an Uber, we've all probably left something. But nothing like this, like at all. Yeah. Not like this. These are, these are pretty impressive. So we're gonna start with you and the turntable on if you find it. I mean, cause some of these, um, and anyone escape hockey's at a pawn shop. I have no clue what they do with this. But so go ahead and just start us off from the top of the list and we'll just kinda talk and go through them. Top 15 most unique items lost in an Uber
Speaker 3:
26:12
and number one is eight week old coffee colored Chihuahua is hard to leave. Are we talking to each one or just go around the horn? Just go around the long black Foa. Fernet cuff in a large size [inaudible] uh, if I made chicken tenders from seven 11, the fact that when the fact that someone's registered that, why don't we say the tenders, they were munching hall of black and white Tuxedo for a small dock, a full set of 18 karat gold teeth professional grade. Who? A salmon head, medium size medical marijuana pipe. I do. I left it somewhere. Very important. Headband with peacock feathers, a propane tank, a tray of eggs, a lego championship wrestling belt, a fog machine, one Gucci flip flop. And last but certainly not least, 10 pounds of pulled pork in 10 pounds of pulled chicken. So, which is, would you be most excited to get to claim?
Speaker 3:
27:25
Oh my God. Clamor even as an Uber driver to look into your back seat up propane. I thought don't teen carat gold t here. Yeah man, this is the buzzer. So we drink whiskey here. 18 karat gold is 18 karat gold teeth worth more than one Gucci flip flop. Yes, you fall. I don't know. I think finance. Here's my thing. I like the adjectives here. So I, professional grade Hula Hoop. Yes. But even better, a very important head head that could have been inherited from the grandmother. Yeah, easily. I love it. Someone literally left behind 20 pounds of meat and didn't think to check. Well on their way out. I think Uber with a couple 20 pounds and I feel, I mean honestly like going back to the Gucci flip flops, I mean if someone did leave an Uber with only one Gucci flop, it kind of ruins the whole rest of your afternoon too.
Speaker 3:
28:24
So, so we need pizza here. I, I'd say that I'd be excited if I was an Uber driver to find a dog or a Tuxedo for that dog. But nonetheless, what would you guys, what does it, what's the craziest thing you've left behind in an Uber? I've never described the dog's collar is maybe he color talking about, I don't lose things. So my virginity, well there you have it. There you have it on pop culture, Alex. Law dollars, just virginity was elected in [inaudible] hope Mrs. Reed is listening to your mom's going to be passed was we were around in the 80s so this week we talked about Serena Williams last week, but she's back in the headlines. So Serena Williams may have accidentally spoiled Avengers in game. Here's what happened, and obviously I'm, I, I'm hoping you guys will have some insight to this, but it was leaked on her. She leaked it on her Instagram at the Oscars a few weeks back that she posted a video of her quote,
Speaker 1:
29:42
devastating that he died in that movie Avengers in quotes. The person that she was referring to was uh, Chris Evans, Aka Captain America, Aka Handsome, Aka super handsome, escorting everyone up and down the stairs of the Oscars most recently before it can be deleted and scrubbed from the Internet. Fans made a copy of the video as fans would do and now it's out there. So here's the question, does she know something that we don't or is she confused? Quick opinion here? I think she's confused. I think she's seeking of infinity war and she's thinking of someone that she's thinking of yet. Yeah, I think that's exactly what happened. I think the problem is that they deleted it and scrub it from the Internet, that kinds of reforms that it might have been
Speaker 3:
30:30
mistake. What I can't figure out is that at the Oscars, Chris Evans is so interested in attention that he's dropping spoiler alerts for infinity, where it's like, Hey, uh, Serena, let me walk you to your seat by the way I die. And then game don't tell anyone. Is that the theory that she saw an early cut? I don't understand. Allegedly. That's what's going on around, why are we going down? Serina Williams legend Serina Williams athletic legends re [inaudible] for spoiler alerts about it. Avengers.
Speaker 1:
31:04
I don't know man. I, I've been seeing she's going downhill.
Speaker 3:
31:10
The bottle is close to you.
Speaker 1:
31:15
I was called. I think she's confused. However, I think that Serena Williams being where the most elite athletes of our time when she's might have access in her husband's like a big shot. Yeah. Venture capitalist starting. Maybe she asked her husband started reddit so maybe he knows about,
Speaker 3:
31:35
get them, get them like clothes. Be Drunk. History over here. Tell us we want to hear your take on Serena. Tell us. Say Serina Williams three times. Daniel Lyons, I want to do her justice. Justice League. Justice League. Ben Affleck is not Batman anymore. Avengers, same game. Opposite. Nailed it. These are bringing us back. Thanks for tying this back. Let's go on. This is the best episode ever. I'm already, I'm on board for this one. I'm blessed.
Speaker 1:
32:18
So speaking of, uh, big names in the movie, there's no good transition there. I've, I've, let's talk about a quiet place to shine. Place twos coming in. Doctors in Ski. Yeah, the wheels really saw office thing. So I'm excited for this quiet place. Two is coming out and John Krasinski has signed on to direct the sequel. Uh, can we give a spoiler? Can we give this all seen it? I saw a spoiler warning right now. If you don't want to hear what happened in inquiry, if you haven't seen a quiet place, you really should jump on that. Yeah. But here's your warning. And Five, four, three, two, one, all die. Everyone dies. Everyone dies. No, specifically John Christensen, his character dies in, uh, in, in the first quiet place. He's dragging a sequel and it starring Emily Blunt and I believe they're working on signing the, the kids again. So it's coming out in May of 2020. Will they be able to live up to the first one? Where do they go with the story from here?
Speaker 4:
33:17
I say yes only because I felt the first one left a lot to be desired and ended in my opinion very abruptly. So I usually, I'd say no with the type of sequel like this, but I think they could actually do something cool with it. Just not tick, I'd say I'd say. I hope there's more dialogue. Sure. Give me a glass. Cheers. That's a good one. I good zing.
Speaker 1:
33:43
Well, you recently did a, uh, a short of a thriller and so you are well versed in this genre at the moment. What's your take on this?
Speaker 5:
33:53
Uh, I mean the movie made a ton of money so the market wants it. I think he's, I mean, he's going to get paid a ton of money to do it. Sure. And he had a blast and I think he's gonna make it good. Second film isn't going to live up to it. Probably not. It's if they're already announcing the release date, uh, before starting then it's kind of what Alex was talking about. They're kind of under the clock at this point to put out something great, which that script I think was around for a while and then John Krasinski got it and started working on it some more. So it had a lot of time to be prepared. But yeah, the next one, not so much. So we'll see if it, if it works.
Speaker 4:
34:33
Alex, Alex, I know you're a film maker and it's very insightful of you to reference me as a brilliant mind in terms of movies, like I said, those words I, that's what I heard. That's what I heard coming from you all that to say Jack Brazinski was the weakest link acting wise in the quiet place, but it really was a well directed movie. So is he gonna direct apps and himself as an actor and starring Emily Blunt? Probably a pretty good film. You said John Krasinski like perfectly to you all. But you did say the quiet place. I'm not sure what movie, Facebook or quiet place. A quiet Zynga page. What's it called? A quiet place. Oh Man. It's like I never saw it.
Speaker 1:
35:14
So should it be called the quiet place or a quiet place? Either way. Controversial opinion. Speaking of controversial opinions, Star Wars is in the news right now. So episode nine will not be released for another 10 months in December. However, and star wars fans are rabid man. They've already blown up rotten tomatoes. All right. Posting a reviews of the untitled
Speaker 3:
35:38
uh, upcoming star wars film during December and a lot of fans were up so upset with the last jet. I even though it got some critical praise and I didn't think it was terrible, but I understand that that being said to me, Star Wars feels like an overinflated franchise. And I'm just curious, there's been so much that Disney is thrown our way in the last few years especially. Is this an override franchise or are they doing something right? I think we need to discuss real quick, our old star wars fans, also new star wars fans. So can you like the originals and can you like everything that it was in still like what's coming out now? Well I think where they really got it right where the, the prequels episode,
Speaker 5:
36:21
which are
Speaker 3:
36:25
like are the, are all the people that are still watching these younger people who haven't seen the old ones? Like can you be an old star wars fan and a new star wars fan? I don't know that. I can answer that question. I'm guessing if you're a purist in favor of the old star wars, you are not a fan of the new ones. But this is a moneymaking franchise. Think. Yeah. I mean it's, it's a crop. It's not a question. I mean, I'm, I'm not like, I like star wars. I'm not a diehard fan and I thoroughly enjoy their movies. Yeah. I don't, I'm not, they're not the most overrated franchise ever though. Will you're, you're the film expert here man.
Speaker 5:
37:00
Um, I think Disney was smart buying the franchise because yeah, they're just going to milk it for all that swore. Or if they're going to come out with, uh, they're talking about doing a Boba Fett movie line. They did the TV shows, the Mandalorian. Yeah. I mean they're there, they're going to kind of milk it for all it's worth. So I think if you're an old star wars fan, you're not gonna miss a new star wars. You're Gunna pay to go see it, but you are, you are going to bitch about all the new ones. You're going to complain about it. So I feel like Disney probably knew that, but he also knew that like, well, so what star wars are going to pay to see it? So they're going to keep making them. And I think that's probably going to be the script from for the next decade is like how much we all hate them, but we're all still seeing them.
Speaker 5:
37:42
So it's the same thing with a, all the Disney animated films, like they're coming out this year with the Lion King Dumbo and Aladdin and sort of, it's like they're going to make all of those films because they know people are going to go see them. Again, it goes back to like intellectual property that people are familiar with. You can come out with 10 other animated films that are original and they're just not going to make the same kind of returns is the ones that say lion king on his creativity debt industry. Uh, it's, it's pretty dead in the studio system I would say. Because again, they just can't take that big of a risk on an original thing. So independent cinema was blowing up. I think you're going to see horror film blow in the next couple of years because that, uh, because horror film is the best genre internationally and you don't have to have famous people in it to go see it. As long as it's high concept idea, people will go check it out. Right point. Because
Speaker 3:
38:36
there's a lot of really good horror films that have actors and actresses that I've never heard of in my entire life. And you're very quality. You can make it like she for under 2 million and still do really well overseas and,
Speaker 4:
38:46
and it in here. So yeah, I think it's about to explode. We asked a good point. Well, like as you know, as a filmmaker, the goal of any movie is to make as much as you can opening weekend. So if you throw out the star wars badge on it, you throw Indiana Jones, you know, a marvel badge on it. People are coming opening weekend and they're trying to earn back what they spent on making the film. So Star Wars actually critically, you know, everyone only agrees on two films as being quality films, Star Wars and empire strikes back. Yeah. You know, we're trying to Jetta. I was Kinda like too gimmicky, too jokey. Um, no one approved of the prequels. The sequels aren't good enough to keep up with the original content. But at the end of the day, Disney bought it for $4 billion from Lucas films and they're going to crank out two stairwells films a year until we die.
Speaker 4:
39:41
And because of their it is, and because of cause they're, they're out to make money. And it's so much easier to create a product with a fan base that exists rather than trying to salvage or mine a whole new fan base like John Carter. So that all that to say critically are the only two guns. Good films in the Star Wars Universe are the original star wars and empire strikes back. The rest of the films critically aren't that good. But we love the idea of the star wars universe. Cause there's such wonderful escapism and I mean some will suck up a higher million people will see every star wars movie. It's a lot of people. It's a lot of people. And I speak for them.
Speaker 3:
40:31
I mean we'll see every till you do the quote takeaways until you die. There will be certainly movies, you know to quote in. The takeaway is, do you need a hundred million people come to me. Exactly what Ben Franklin said. You can always count on death and taxes and star wars. So there you have it. He did. Yeah man, I don't even know how to start the segment. Jt, you take the rain. Uh Oh. What am I? Dallas cowboys fan death. Anybody. I'm here buddy. There he is. Jason witten's coming back. It was announced that our boy Jason went. I don't know how I feel about this. He's ending his retirement to come back and play. He'd already slayed Monday night football. He's killing it. Any I think. I think he just got like a tube. Like he just got his hair looking right again. Like he covered it like no offense, but like he got all his offense. He, he got his little thing covered up. Like he was looking clean in the suit and so he's heading back to the field. The cow was this real fat cow
Speaker 4:
41:34
was we'll give him up to 5 million for coming back. Yup. It'll be a 16th season with the cowboys. He hasn't been with any other team? No. Wow. So that's a fair chance gas time. Jason Witten has been playing since Cosmin Guang how much longer before, even before you entered the league, is he a father figure to you? I mean, he is my father. He's your breaking news on the Buzzer. Jason Witten birthed Carlisle. We found your is owl. So is this a good call for Jason and for the cowboys? Because I dunno, the cowboys already have a couple of young tied ends. I mean, is this, is this good for him? Hell yeah. Girls onboard. Where are we? Say Alex every season. Don't sleep on Jason when that's right. Is that what you still sleep on? What? I'll tell you why this is a bad cough. Um, any cowboys fan knows that certain cowboys players have juries blessing and it might not be talent related.
Speaker 4:
42:34
It just my personality related and Jason Witten, you know he's the greatest idea in the history of the cowboys. But does he have another season? I'm post retirement. I don't think so. Jerry Jones makes decisions that defined space, time and physics and logic and logic. He loves Jason Witten. It will sell tickets to get Jason Witten back in a uniform. How probably put it so as a tight end, you were tied in in the NFL, it was between the two. You guys, does age really matter as far as supplying that position, whether you're a blocking tight end up past sketching tied in. Does he still have the physical capability to do this?
Speaker 7:
43:18
So like whenever you just let me just caveat to things before I criticize Jason Witten. Okay. First he's might be the greatest president of all time. These top three if not number one, two, I don't know how you're 37 in play tight end in the NFL. I mean the guy's pain tolerance and physical capabilities are off the charts. I mean, is Jason Witten going to be, you know, the Jason Witten of 10 years ago? No, no. Is He, and he's not going to catch six catches for 98 yards per game anymore. But here's, here's the question. I think Jason is known as just a fierce competitor. So what is his role going to be in the cowboys locker and is he going to be kind of an older mentor who, clays, maybe he's even the best tight end on the roster, but he's going to also have to be more of like somebody pours into the younger guys.
Speaker 7:
44:06
If, if he does that, I think maybe, you know, what's a net benefit to the cowboys, but you know, he's 37 years old. So how do you think that this was a legacy play? Do you think that, so the, I saw an article that said that they might even be grooming him to replace, you know, Jason Garrett. Um, is that far fetched? So, uh, I think Jason witness a competitor. Yeah. Like I think he, he wants to rain more than anybody. I don't know if anybody saw us, but like I think in the prelude to the Superbowl or something, sometime around the super bowl, they were interviewing Tom Brady and you know, he said, look, some guys are born with athleticism, you know, some guys are warm strength, speed, agility, jumping ability. He was like, I feel like I was born with competitiveness. I, I'm not saying Jason is only a competitor, but he's one of those guys. I feel like that's just pure competitive. Sure. Um, but it's like making the jump from being a player to a coach. It's like making the jump from being a player to other announcer, like Romo has done it very well. So good. You didn't do it as well. So I, I don't, I don't think you can just make that transition. Sure. Hmm.
Speaker 4:
45:13
Was this purely a ticket salesman for Jerry Jones then? Or it's like they're not bringing him back as a I actually out here. I think so because, uh, Tony Romo has become probably a wonderful and more wonderful announcer than he was ever a quarterback. He's all, Sam announced. I get excited when he's calling a game. Oh yeah. He's what he predicted play cynical's the awful, yeah, that's huge. He was the highlight, right? He did. He was the highlight of the Superbowl because it was a boring Superbowl. Sure was. Um, Jason witten's broadcasts in Korea was visible and you know, maybe he worries about being forgotten so maybe he thinks he, all he has left is to go back and try and play it again.
Speaker 7:
45:55
If I get super serious for a second, it is very difficult to go from being the best at something to not like what else is he good at it? I'm not sure if can't do really well.
Speaker 1:
46:05
Yeah. A lot of things he could have went out on top, which for the cowboys franchise, he was on top. So now is this putting him at risk to kind of falter that legacy if he weren't to perform skit questions? I mean, there's just a lot of questions up in there.
Speaker 7:
46:18
Hmm. Well, I mean, interesting.
Speaker 1:
46:21
I think it's a, it's an interesting conversation and it's one that we definitely want to kick out to you guys out there in radio land or podcasts that Tony Gonzalez played until he was 94 almost almost 68 now he lets me down on the field. So speaking of John Chow, red land, he's playing Atlanta. So as Raiders, Atlanta doubling down on the cowboys this week though, Earl Thomas, it's not new JD that he's wanted to play for the cowboys. A lot of money as a Seahawks fan. I mean the writing's on the wall or old times is wanting to leave for awhile now. And so question, why are you a Seahawks fan? My family's from Seattle. My Dad was born there and I'm just counting, came out buying it. Well, doesn't believe that I believe your family. So I jumped on the bandwagon when they were relevant and you know, all that whole thing.
Speaker 1:
47:12
No, I have like, I'm bald like Matt Hasselbeck. So I feel like I've, I've earned the street credit at that point. I can remember a time when Trent Dilfer was the quarterback. So let's, that's a while there, but Earl Thomas wants to wait for the cowboys, but he's going to want $13 million per first season to play for the boys. Is, is worth it? No, Kyle. Yeah, let's, let's see your opinion. Cause I think we have some really talented quarterbacks then at this point. And I think they're young and they can groom them. A ship sailed and I dunno, salary stuff as far as per position. So 13 million a season for a cornerback. Like what is that in comparison to like a Richard Sherman? Like is that a lot too?
Speaker 7:
47:52
So I looked it up and he would be the highest paid safety in the NFL. Okay. So, yeah. So I don't, you have to think that you're going to pay. I don't, I don't, I'm not a GM sent over of the exact numbers, but you can only, the reason the chiefs are so good, real quick, let me go on this. So many of those guys were on rookie contracts. Patrick, my homes, uh, Tyree, Tyree kill, Kareem Hunt, um, all on rookie contracts. So you can add more expensive players, right? Offensive line, defensive and it's like Justin Houston, if you pay, uh, as best they can chance or if you pay or autonomous that you can't pay other people a lot of money. So she is, are you missing, do you think of safety is going to make that level of difference on your team? I really don't know the answer to his age and with the injuries he's had rolled the deal. I know at the tackles he makes. Yeah. I mean that's, that's true. And I just tell it was really deep.
Speaker 1:
48:44
Yeah. I'm not going to sleep tonight or thinking about what that meant. So here's what I really want to dive into and I mean I want to move this along a little bit for time. See? Yeah. Um, so yeah, Tony Harris or Tony or Tony, either Tony or Tony. Uh, then the less there is the first female non kicker to receive an athletic scholarship in football. She is five foot seven, 164. Where she from? Shawn, she from Detroit. Let's go. Come on buddy. Yeah, Alex, Alex and Jamie are both from Detroit by the way. Uh, she accepted a scholarship from central Methodist University in Missouri and she went on record saying quote, they don't want females to play in this sport. And so if they want, if you want the chance, you do have to be so good they can't ignore you in quote. So I, that's, there's a lot to that. And one of us at this table, two of us, if you count out like some played in the NFL and I'm just curious, is the NFL or football in general actually bias towards women or is the cream of the crop risings of this app?
Speaker 7:
49:51
Um, actually two things. First, I think in a sense the NFL is probably bias towards women because it's full of men. I mean anytime you were breaking into something that's just one of one, whether it be gender, race, whether it be, there's probably gonna be some bias there. But I've found the NFL to be a meritocracy. Like if she's, if she's good enough to play in the NFL, you and Jerry Jones wouldn't, I mean like people, if she's good enough, she'll play totally. I, I mean, if you're five, 764 pounds, you're going to have to put on about 30 pounds of muscle, 40 pounds of muscle in the NFL. But Hey,
Speaker 4:
50:28
if she can do it, she can do it as a goat in my position, which is what, which is a podcast or whatever the team needs of me. Um, you know, I feel as though that victories sell seats and if a female can sell those seats, you know, recruiter, um, all of that is when, and more so than any bias could possibly try out. The necessity for a victory is the climax of any motive in terms of the recruiting aspect. So you know, if the, if the best quarterback out there as a female bring in the female, I think the NFL is pretty free of any sort of bias because all we want to do is win when to sell the seats. So capitalism, if capitalism at its finest, and I hope that she does well. I think, I think if she is good enough coming out of her college career, I think that some teams would sign her. What's her position again, I know this is a podcast, but everyone raise your hands if you've heard of a central Methodist University in Missouri Central Methodist.
Speaker 1:
51:44
Oh Wow, man. Look at all those hands that go up. Oh Man. All the hundred people in this room right now, it's called the live studio audience is a really awkward aspect of this podcast. I would say. I hope she makes it to the NFL like I think that'd be amazing. That'd be bad. I didn't give you the best at a rule and you get the job like I 100% ingredient route and for her to do that, that'd be amazing and that's why it comes down to like, I don't think that the league is,
Speaker 4:
52:09
is
Speaker 1:
52:09
inherently biased from that for that very reason. I think that if I'm an owner and I see a girl that's worth a damn and talent, I'm absolutely going to want to sign her because it's going to look good for the league. It's got to look good for my team. It's going to,
Speaker 4:
52:22
it's only a wind, wind assault on a female telling the origin. Totally. Do you think, do you think in the next five to 10 years any major sport will have a complete, not a complete, but do you think there'll be a time and age when male and females will be combined in a national occurrence? Mlb, NFL, NBA or are we always going to have to, and we can go off forever on this, but will there ever be a day and age where it's a coed even like 20 years from now and dodge ball? I think a females can compete to the level of anyone then. Yes. 100% I think it's going to tell him that. I mean my answer is yes. If my question is what sport do you think it would be then? Cause I just don't think it should be football personally. Basketballs more likely. But even then that was going to say elite club. I was going to say get off cause I'm a golfer but I would say golf actually I could see it more in Gaul cause there's a lot of women that are upset that there's quote unquote women's tees and red tees. But I mean I, I could see it happening with the PGA because it already has with like Arnica Sorensen, like skilled sports. Yes.
Speaker 1:
53:27
As far as like anything and they can shoot the number of you defined skill sports. Well, I mean that's what I'm saying. Like okay. I'm not trying to like belittle, he's dug himself. He's going towards here. I'm just saying like something that's more global, less less of cows leaving. Oh crap. Habah yeah. No, I definitely think that areas where it's not is as physically abusive on the body, then I think of theirs. Theirs you'll see crosspollination in that sport. Uh, I think football's a, no, I think basketball is probably a no baseball. Probably a no, but possible. That's where I would land. Heartache. When do you guys think though? What do you want to see more of? You tell us. We're progressive podcasts. We want to hear it so that sports has a libertarian. I hope that anyone with the skills succeeds not as a great, a great way. And the segment, here's to that client, client, client, client.
Speaker 1:
54:33
This is our last topic of the evening. So sad man. Jd. It's march. It is. It is march and it's fat Tuesday, so it's fat Tuesday at the time of recording in March, madness is upon us in a few weeks and we thought we, we deviate from the typical bracketology fun factors psalm. So sorry to interrupt you Sean. But in the medical profession, fun fact that March madness whenever it starts, it is the greatest number of men who gets the sector disectomy procedures during March madness because they scheduled that so they can watch TV. They want short. It's madness. It's four days straight. There is a basketball. Yes. More the SEC dummies happened in March than any other month of the year. Why are you telling me your perception? I think of Michael Scott. Do you know the toll of reverse sector back and forth? It snaps. It snaps. Porto won. Yeah.
Speaker 1:
55:26
So and JD and I though have concocted, and I hope you guys are here for it. Cow will now like to, because I know all of you collectively are fans of either or the office or parks and rec and deserve both. There's a both in this scenario because we've taken an aggregate and I did a complex method of trying to figure out or at least get a start to figure out who is a best character from both shows. And I don't know if it's necessarily as black and white is people might want to think much like our binary political climate. I think we have a binary sit-com climate and I went ahead and concocted in bracket using a aggregate of influencers or influence with social media followers, uh, salaries on their shows as well as uh, you know, how crucial they are to apply. And I basically created a march madness for parks and rec and the office were caught.
Speaker 1:
56:23
Scranton versus Pawnee bracketology and I've seated this and I want to hear from you guys who's going to rise to the top and says what we're going to do over the next few weeks is we're going to have audiences vote in and figuring out who's the best character from both the office and parks and rec. It's an interesting, so I want to hear from you guys though. Kyle Adams. John Ralphio, John Ralph, he has a great character. John Ralphio, I love when he goes into the, uh, the accounting office and they're like, you're fired. He's like, okay, I'll see you my cell phone. That's the right call. I just think he's, he's, he's one of my favorites. Myth. I mean, yeah. I don't have a lot to add there. I was going to say, treat yourself. This is my favorite. That's a good, so, but I don't know that that's really adding any value to this congress. It's a John Ralphio type of thing. Yeah, yeah, yeah. We'll, hmm.
Speaker 5:
57:14
Do you have any underdogs and you sleepers, I hate, I hate going with the, uh, the popular opinion, but Ron Swanson is going to take this. Yeah, 100%. Here's why. Please tell me why you go back 30 years and the man of the year was Harrison Ford. Sure. Right. Man's man. Right. I'm a man's man. Rarely earned. And now, just a couple of years ago, we've seen more trends where men are acting like women, right? With manscaping and with a softer features. And you got guys like, uh, who Jude law on the cover of magazines as the man of the year. And it's just more softer features. Like I said, it's not a womanly. I want to get back to the man's man of just Ron Swanson would that gorgeous mustache, 100% and a and really bringing us back to it. Wrath of Man of, of, of wood. I think that's fair. And Bron. Yeah. Alex
Speaker 3:
58:12
split metal. Not About, oh my betters. But Ron Swanson apps came out of your mouth. Bite on your business, not to about to my bedroom. Fools read a book. Where did the bottom go? You did this. This was a leader of this. My God. And we have crushed it today. Like I'm worried from the wife and child drink the bottle now. He was like, my God, I'm free. Um, all of our dads let us down and Ron Swanson is the father. We never had always wanted chorizo. I actually think in a weird way, we're all kind of scared of him, although he was a fictitious character. So I think that Ron Swanson wins because we're all scared that he will manifest some
Speaker 5:
59:13
self, although he is fictitious and somehow punish us if you don't vote for him. He exuded the disappointments that you grew
Speaker 1:
59:22
up with. If I, if I may to borrow a term from Alex if I May, uh, urea quarter, but go ahead. I W I, you're getting royalties on that. So this conversation initially stemmed from a debate I had with a buddy of who was a more influential character in both shows. Michael Scott or Ron Swanson. Sure. And I, I have a theory, I don't want to sway the popular vote here, but if the theory is going to come down to those two characters in the end, should I intentionally seated them so that it would, well, yeah, a lot of foresight, but yeah, if I May, who do you quote more in life? Do you quote Ron Swanson? But I have the Myers Briggs and Michael Scott, so there's like a personal who wins? The answer is checked down here. Enter another hour. If you take Michael Scott and Ron Swanson. So the office ended with him after season set. If you had to take that character away, could the show still survive? The office kind of lost its fizzle. The last two seasons are unwatchable the parks and rec continue two seasons with them
Speaker 5:
60:23
grounds. Well the other thing is is that nick Offerman went on to write two books and do a comedy special and that car, it lived on this why I want you to lean into this is there were more Michael Scott books of encouragement or just in the voice of Michael's. Yeah, yeah. Maybe. Maybe the uh, the character would have lived on, I mean it's still lives on, it's one of the best characters that are uh, on, on television, but a natural laboratory.
Speaker 1:
60:51
Oh, what will has said but baby do it well, cause the area, um, in my mind, Steve Carell and Michael Scott exists in same universe cause he's such a good actor. You know what I'm saying? I, I value that and I appreciate that because I do feel like he takes me to a place. Transcendentally that being said, will you actually like as mentioned, the show you directed for a day? Nick Offerman. Yeah. Tell us about that experience right there because this is pretty great.
Speaker 5:
61:25
I had nothing interesting to talk about with him. I did research beforehand and I was so nervous, uh, when we were on set filming, believe me for his scene that I, I honestly spent most of the day just seem like what is important enough to bring up in conversation with Nick Offerman. Uh, but he's a great guy. I mean, he, he literally drove himself from his, a woodworking shop to set and a, we were going to send a car. We were actually filming at like an old abandoned warehouse in the middle of Compton. And so when he showed up, he was like, cool. It was very chill. And, uh, I mean, the nicest guy he liked, knew everyone's name on set by the end of the day. And, uh, extremely courteous and no, I mean, he's, he's a great guy. Hmm. That's cool.
Speaker 1:
62:08
Yeah. And I, I think personally while I have the personality, Michael Scott, I wish I had the personality of Nick, of Ron Swanson and I have a feeling he's going to be the favorite, but that's why putting this out to you guys. And he's the father. We all wish we had absolute, the loan's going to come in and shine. Ralphie. Yes, John Ralphio. There's a lot of, there's a lot of potential upsets to be made here. And the bracket, actually just start off with Michael Scott versus tell me Fenderson Toby's appropriately the bottom seat. Let's just run through a few of these. Yeah. So really quick, we have Michael versus Toby. We have, uh, food, uh, Anne Perkins versus Karen. Philip Pellys. April got the right, uh, opponent in this one. Yeah. So April's playing little Sebastian or worse that that might be the opponent she wants. That literally might be the dark horse because this whole thing, um, I think what's going to be most inch, and we're going to post all this on social media so you guys can see default bracket, but we also have a part, a quarter of the bracket that features both Andi Dwyer, Aka Chris Pratt and Jim Halpert, Aka John Krasinski.
Speaker 1:
63:21
And I think dad's going to be the most interesting one to watch because I legitimately don't know who's going to win. That screwed it over time could go over time. So what we're going to do over the next few weeks is we're going to day by day posts the uh, the first round and we're gonna do these match ups and you guys are going to vote on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram. And as we progress throughout the next four weeks, we going to announce the advancers and we're going to crown champion. So march madness, who's going to win? This is march madness and it's fine as for the, those are, you don't care about basketball, shame on you. But here you go. There's a bone for you. Any closing thoughts?
Speaker 6:
63:57
I do have one quick sleeper and I just, he's one of my favorite characters on the office that I don't know if anybody will go for, but I just think Oscar, he's number 22 seed against Darrell that seem to be a tough one. That's actually a pretty good match. I think Oscar, I think he's kind of my dark horse. I think at a number 22 seed. He's got a lot of potential and a lot of good candid moments throughout the show with him. And Daryl could go ahead and head. That's my take, I think. I think Austria, it could be asleep or to go to the sweet 16 and don't sleep on creed, creed. Honestly, creed could do some daily, can do some discrete against Kevin. This person that is a really tough first one there. Those are evenly matched seed.
Speaker 1:
64:35
Yeah. We'll see what happens with the van vote there. But I think it's, it's pretty universal. A lot of us want Ron Kyle wants John Ralphio and uh, we'll see what happens there. But it's in your hands audience. So good luck. Go vote. Good luck. Yeah, I've got it.
Speaker 2:
64:50
No, you're good man. Honestly, JT, I think this was our best episode yet. Yeah. I don't know if violence or drank this much during a single out the set. So that's, that's good. I'm on board. I look down a lot of good guys in here. No, this wouldn't this be more, more enjoyable. So again, a special thanks to how Adams we'll back you and favorite Alex, thank you for having us. Appreciate you guys being on here. So what in parting words of wisdom do you guys have? Where do you want to plug all of the above? Literally I would say the, one of the biggest pieces of advice that we're buying, my wife is always keep your balance for sure. That's good. I applies to dodge ball. It does Dan biasness it's getting worse and the date. Yep. Don't sleep on when? Not now that next season.
Speaker 2:
65:46
Never. Alex, Alex. Alex is for us. I would say a little bit like Zion Guy, man. He's fast. Um, I like to plug my friend will back games, the director slash screenwriter slash inspired by his friend. Alex reads comments on his scripts and I'd like to plug my friend Al [inaudible] book, Burning Sun and close off are the wild ones. So not to be too, so Natalie here, but this is a special episode for me because these are three eyes in my friend group who I look up to because they were tall and because they're all so accomplished in just really good dudes. So go check them out. Go send him some love. Kyle, you don't really have social media, but go go say hi to him anyways, somehow send a carrier Pigeon Jeff and we'll Bacchae uh, you have at real backie on Instagram. You get your website, is it, we'll back. It's just a little back u.com and again we'll, and then back he is Ba [inaudible] dot com and Alex who just walked out [inaudible] he's, Alex is gone, but he's my favorite. He's, these are, uh, these are boys. Three great guys. We really appreciate you guys being on the show today. Thanks so much for giving this and hope you get you a doubt getting down the road. Yep. And, uh, yeah, you guys are great. Have a good one. Go vote and pulls it in post and we'll see you next week. Thanks guys. Having y'all. Yep.
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