Oct. 20, 2022

Down In My Plums


That's where I can feel it. Way down there. Down in my plums.

This week, Mike & Mike talk about:

  • WB is making moves.
  • James Corden is a dick.
  • I can feel it down in my plums...

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WEBVTT 1 00:00:05.200 --> 00:00:09.960 Why they take me thirty seconds to write about being a dead kid, but 2 00:00:10.039 --> 00:00:13.720 I can't write anything about my own child, you know what I mean. 3 00:00:14.199 --> 00:00:16.960 I'm also pretty sure i'm Gary Oldman, and I just don't know it because 4 00:00:16.960 --> 00:00:19.440 he's such a good app Gary old One doesn't even know who Gary does. 5 00:00:20.440 --> 00:00:26.079 Tequila does terrible things to me. M g K gets good to be on 6 00:00:26.120 --> 00:00:37.719 the other side of I'm a father. I have never I have no reference 7 00:00:37.799 --> 00:00:42.960 to that. I was gonna tell you something I hadn't something I want to 8 00:00:42.960 --> 00:00:45.719 talk about. I can't know what it was to see the ship with with 9 00:00:45.799 --> 00:00:49.759 James Gordon, that was one of them. I was like, what the 10 00:00:49.920 --> 00:00:54.520 fun Apparently they owned the restaurant, unbanned him. They banned him and then 11 00:00:54.600 --> 00:00:59.159 unbanned him, and I was like, funny, that's weird because he because 12 00:00:59.200 --> 00:01:03.159 that happened, and then suddenly everybody was was coming out with these others or 13 00:01:03.239 --> 00:01:07.280 not coming out, but they were digging up these other stories people have told 14 00:01:07.280 --> 00:01:11.280 over the years that kind of just got swept under the rug about just him 15 00:01:11.359 --> 00:01:15.959 at restaurants being shitty to people. There was one about him on a plane. 16 00:01:15.959 --> 00:01:19.120 I guess I wonder if some of them are rail or not I do 17 00:01:19.239 --> 00:01:21.599 too if I was kind of looking at like, Okay, when did these 18 00:01:21.599 --> 00:01:25.920 stories get posted? They get posted this week or were they from a while 19 00:01:26.079 --> 00:01:27.200 some of them some of them were a lot of them from a while ago, 20 00:01:27.280 --> 00:01:30.359 because there was one where it was like he was getting on he was 21 00:01:30.400 --> 00:01:34.079 on a plane and there was a lady with a bag was like written perfectly 22 00:01:34.439 --> 00:01:38.599 because you're like, oh, this isn't his kid. Yeah, is a 23 00:01:38.640 --> 00:01:41.599 screaming baby on a kid that it turns out it fucking is and you're like, 24 00:01:42.359 --> 00:01:45.239 oh shit, I mean, yeah, there's been repures, been reports 25 00:01:45.280 --> 00:01:49.439 all over Hollywood that he's been that he's a dick for years. Yeah, 26 00:01:49.760 --> 00:01:52.840 it's it's it's that's part of the reason why he said, like when when 27 00:01:53.079 --> 00:01:56.560 this contract is up with his show, he's moving back to the UK and 28 00:01:56.599 --> 00:02:00.319 everyone's just kind of like that's fine. What was he even famous for? 29 00:02:00.599 --> 00:02:05.400 Mostly he was he was he was really big in the UK because he had 30 00:02:05.400 --> 00:02:07.400 done some stuff with Dr Who, he'd done some other comedies and stuff over 31 00:02:07.479 --> 00:02:12.240 there, so he was popular from doing stuff over there, and then when 32 00:02:12.319 --> 00:02:16.639 Craig Ferguson retired, they were just kind of rotating guest hosts in and out, 33 00:02:16.719 --> 00:02:22.520 Like one week was Jim Gaffigan I thought crushed it. Actually, um, 34 00:02:22.560 --> 00:02:25.240 and I guess they went with James Cordon. I guess they liked him 35 00:02:25.240 --> 00:02:30.400 the best. But then honestly, his ratings have just been dropping ever since. 36 00:02:30.319 --> 00:02:34.319 Yeah, because I don't know, it's it's one of those it's on 37 00:02:34.560 --> 00:02:40.800 so late and it's just it's so like polarizingly different from what Craig Ferguson used 38 00:02:40.800 --> 00:02:45.360 to do. Yeah, it is. I mean the cool thing that carpool 39 00:02:45.400 --> 00:02:49.080 karaoke, which is kind of like it it's like his thing. And that's 40 00:02:49.120 --> 00:02:52.280 literally what's a show now, isn't it's its own show? I have no 41 00:02:52.280 --> 00:02:54.240 idea it's a show now or not, but I just like I don't watch 42 00:02:54.280 --> 00:02:57.719 late night anyways, but now not even more. We're not like I used 43 00:02:57.719 --> 00:03:00.479 to. That's compared to two is actually like, yeah, James Corton, 44 00:03:00.560 --> 00:03:07.800 who's who's pretty I don't want to say clean, but chill, as opposed 45 00:03:07.840 --> 00:03:13.000 to like Craig Ferguson, who was raunchy, and but you would watch it 46 00:03:13.120 --> 00:03:15.000 and the people who were the guests on the shows like they were just on 47 00:03:15.039 --> 00:03:20.039 that show to have fun, like because he was even even at that late 48 00:03:20.120 --> 00:03:24.080 it's hard when when you're kind of going through the crop of who's available for 49 00:03:24.159 --> 00:03:27.919 interviews. Usually when you're that late of the show, it's how you usually 50 00:03:27.919 --> 00:03:31.120 getting like whoever's left over. He still managed to get like big names, 51 00:03:31.199 --> 00:03:34.919 but they wanted to go on his show because they're like, funking, I 52 00:03:34.919 --> 00:03:38.560 can just go funk around for twenty minutes exactly. He had a really funny 53 00:03:38.680 --> 00:03:44.080 terview with um god, who wasn't sucking the one liner? Dude? Oh 54 00:03:44.080 --> 00:03:47.759 Stephen Right, that was a great interview. It's so good, it's so 55 00:03:49.199 --> 00:03:53.479 good, so good. One of my favorite guests of his is actually Alice 56 00:03:53.560 --> 00:03:58.319 Eve. She's um so. She was in one of the new Star Trek 57 00:03:58.400 --> 00:04:01.120 movies. Um, did you see all those? She in the Darkness? 58 00:04:01.120 --> 00:04:03.840 Okay, she's done that. She's she's been in a bunch of stuff. 59 00:04:03.879 --> 00:04:08.680 If I showed you her, you'd you'd be like, oh her. But 60 00:04:08.800 --> 00:04:13.280 she was on like six or seven times. She's just got a really good 61 00:04:13.319 --> 00:04:17.639 sense of humor, so she would just play off of him time and they 62 00:04:17.680 --> 00:04:24.519 would have the best time. I mean, it was really funny. Um 63 00:04:24.680 --> 00:04:29.279 she was on there I think like eight times. And how long was how 64 00:04:29.279 --> 00:04:31.600 long he did. He did for a while. He did it for quite 65 00:04:31.639 --> 00:04:36.079 a while, wasn't it. Yeah you recognize her, Oh yeah, yeah, 66 00:04:36.120 --> 00:04:41.519 she's been in a ton of stuff. Um. But yeah, he 67 00:04:41.600 --> 00:04:46.879 was on how don't say twelve fifteen years. Um, we'll look it up 68 00:04:46.879 --> 00:04:55.360 here ferguson Late Night. But yeah, I mean there was one with Robin 69 00:04:55.439 --> 00:05:00.079 Williams that was just absolutely legendary because the two of them were all buddies and 70 00:05:00.120 --> 00:05:04.120 they're two of the raunchiest comics in their group, so like half their interview 71 00:05:04.199 --> 00:05:10.560 was just bleaked out. Um. I always loved that when he would censor 72 00:05:10.639 --> 00:05:17.879 people's cursing um instead of beeps. It was like him going, um, 73 00:05:17.879 --> 00:05:21.199 eleven years, No, nine years, I did the bath room nine years 74 00:05:21.560 --> 00:05:27.160 two thousand, just shot ten years. Seems like it was longer. I 75 00:05:27.199 --> 00:05:29.439 thought it felt like it was. Yea, probably it was a lot longer. 76 00:05:30.160 --> 00:05:33.240 Huh. That's interesting. Of all of them, his was one of 77 00:05:33.279 --> 00:05:35.759 the ones I like to watch the most. It was it was hard to 78 00:05:35.800 --> 00:05:40.800 because it was on so late, but it was just very funny and you 79 00:05:40.800 --> 00:05:43.920 could tell it was just he just did not give a fuck. Yeah, 80 00:05:44.000 --> 00:05:47.639 my my favorites always was when I watched him was usually him or um, 81 00:05:47.680 --> 00:05:51.800 I really like counting, Yeah, just because it was I'm a huge count 82 00:05:51.879 --> 00:05:56.519 I will I am and I am an unapologetic ConA O'Brien, and I love 83 00:05:56.600 --> 00:05:59.680 Conan O'Brien. So it's like, those are my two favorite late nine shows 84 00:06:00.120 --> 00:06:04.480 that like I think. I think with Conan it's because he's a writer at 85 00:06:04.480 --> 00:06:10.120 her and so the way he approaches I mean, he's very good at off 86 00:06:10.120 --> 00:06:14.959 the cuff stuff, but he's just it's almost like he's like a cartoon character 87 00:06:15.040 --> 00:06:17.839 delivering Does that make sense? You know? He absolutely his cartoon character delivering 88 00:06:18.000 --> 00:06:23.560 jokes and like but overdoing it sometimes too, and you're like, it's it's 89 00:06:23.560 --> 00:06:28.000 a guy who you can see why he was So I saw it after as 90 00:06:28.000 --> 00:06:31.360 a writer for SNL and The Simpsons, like those two shows in particular. 91 00:06:32.160 --> 00:06:36.480 Um, because he was writing for SNL when during kind of like the golden 92 00:06:36.519 --> 00:06:41.240 age when it was like Farley and Sandler and all those guys. Because he 93 00:06:41.319 --> 00:06:46.120 got the Late Night Show that first one while he was still writing an SNL 94 00:06:46.879 --> 00:06:48.279 and he was he almost didn't take it. I think he said Farley is 95 00:06:48.279 --> 00:06:50.759 the one that talked to him to doing it. I can imagine he didn't 96 00:06:50.800 --> 00:06:55.240 take it, Oh my god. Well, and it was a rough start 97 00:06:55.240 --> 00:07:00.160 that first year too. Um. It wasn't until Letterman like went on as 98 00:07:00.160 --> 00:07:02.199 a guest, because he took over for a Letterman and he Letterman went on 99 00:07:02.279 --> 00:07:04.480 kind of gave him some legitimacy, I guess. But that first year was 100 00:07:04.560 --> 00:07:09.399 were rough, um because he had the same problem that Ferguson did, which 101 00:07:09.399 --> 00:07:13.560 was like he was getting like who the leftover scraps for guests because nobody knew 102 00:07:13.600 --> 00:07:16.160 the fun he was. He was a writer. He wasn't a comedian or 103 00:07:16.199 --> 00:07:20.399 an act or anything like that. So yeah, I always liked him. 104 00:07:20.680 --> 00:07:25.399 I was. I was working in radio when the Tonight Show fiasco happened, 105 00:07:25.920 --> 00:07:29.439 so I followed. I followed that. It was like one of the craziest 106 00:07:29.439 --> 00:07:32.519 things ever, the the Late Night Wars. Like if you go on YouTube, 107 00:07:32.560 --> 00:07:35.519 there's a whole series of there's a documentary about it too, But the 108 00:07:35.560 --> 00:07:41.319 Late Night warship is so it's almost like it's like a conspiracy. It really 109 00:07:41.399 --> 00:07:45.639 is. It is all. I mean, that's that's because a few episodes 110 00:07:45.639 --> 00:07:48.399 ago we talked about like favorite conspiracy theories. I think that kind of defaults 111 00:07:48.399 --> 00:07:54.120 to mind is the conspiracy theory of just Late Night's obsession with Jay Leno. 112 00:07:54.240 --> 00:07:58.560 It seems like they have who what type of dirt does he have on? 113 00:07:59.000 --> 00:08:09.240 Yeah, um, he's taking You can tell that it didn't It didn't last 114 00:08:09.319 --> 00:08:13.600 though, because he tried to have that show, that game show for a 115 00:08:13.680 --> 00:08:18.680 little bit there, and I mean it was bad, but he would open 116 00:08:18.800 --> 00:08:22.800 every episode of the show doing some of his bits he used to do on 117 00:08:22.959 --> 00:08:26.240 lately, like the fake headline stuff and all that, and it was just 118 00:08:26.279 --> 00:08:30.360 like, okay, so you're really just not over this at all and cannot 119 00:08:30.560 --> 00:08:35.720 let it go like it's the game show, not an open mic. Yeah, 120 00:08:35.960 --> 00:08:37.759 it's just it's bad. And then he was he was on Kelly Clarkson 121 00:08:37.919 --> 00:08:43.399 recently and was still just trying to like be Jay Leno, and it just 122 00:08:43.440 --> 00:08:46.679 it was like it was you could tell. It just sucked the energy out 123 00:08:46.679 --> 00:08:48.200 of the room. Only think he's good. It's the cars stuff he does. 124 00:08:48.480 --> 00:08:52.320 Yeah, he's great, but he loves that. So I just kind 125 00:08:52.320 --> 00:08:56.559 of stick with that and be done well. And his his buddy Tim Allen's 126 00:08:56.600 --> 00:09:00.840 not making any friends right now either, he do you see it's this thing 127 00:09:00.879 --> 00:09:03.279 he said he's talking about all this woke bullshit and all that, and it's 128 00:09:03.360 --> 00:09:05.799 like I think it was, I don't know if it was Lon Harris when 129 00:09:05.840 --> 00:09:07.440 somebody else was like, yeah, that's a big talk coming from the guy 130 00:09:07.480 --> 00:09:13.000 who's about to be the lead of his third network sitcom. You jackass, 131 00:09:13.000 --> 00:09:16.200 like your career's fine. Shut up, shut up, get old, Tim 132 00:09:16.240 --> 00:09:24.960 Allen. And then when you ratted, Yeah, Tim Allen, Tom Allen's 133 00:09:24.960 --> 00:09:28.320 a rat. You look like a rat. Look his mud shot looks like 134 00:09:28.360 --> 00:09:31.399 a rat, Like he looks. It looks like ratt but on coke. 135 00:09:33.600 --> 00:09:37.200 It's a bummer too because I liked him Allen. Yeah, and it's got 136 00:09:37.240 --> 00:09:41.159 all pull. He got all political about stuff and just like I like Home 137 00:09:41.200 --> 00:09:43.919 Improvement, it's a great show. Yeah, I like Last Man Standing to 138 00:09:45.000 --> 00:09:48.799 a point, seve never watched it. It's it's very so it was. 139 00:09:48.879 --> 00:09:52.799 It was a Fox made show that was airing on ABC, and it was 140 00:09:52.840 --> 00:09:56.840 really cool because you could tell he was putting a lot of his own ship 141 00:09:56.879 --> 00:10:01.279 into the show because like his character was very right wing, but then like 142 00:10:01.360 --> 00:10:07.200 he had his one daughter who was like super left wing, his one daughter 143 00:10:07.279 --> 00:10:11.279 who was kind of figuring out, and then the one daughter who was that 144 00:10:11.320 --> 00:10:15.200 typical millennial. They just couldn't give a ship um, And so you kind 145 00:10:15.240 --> 00:10:20.799 of got this cool exploration of both sides where sometimes his like super liberal daughter 146 00:10:20.840 --> 00:10:22.399 would be like oh okay, yeah, you know what, Dad, you're 147 00:10:22.440 --> 00:10:26.360 kind of or he would have a moment of like, oh okay, yeah, 148 00:10:26.480 --> 00:10:28.279 I'm a little behind the times. It would have these great moments of 149 00:10:28.320 --> 00:10:33.399 that. And then when the show got canceled on ABC and then just went 150 00:10:33.440 --> 00:10:37.480 over to Fox, it's like they just because it was Fox, they just 151 00:10:37.720 --> 00:10:41.440 it's it's like they kind of just let him off the reins a bit and 152 00:10:41.480 --> 00:10:46.639 it just became all Tim Allen's always right, no matter what, and it 153 00:10:46.720 --> 00:10:50.279 just wasn't as good. So and then the last episode was a joke. 154 00:10:52.200 --> 00:10:56.360 The last episode was they did an hour long last episode. The first it 155 00:10:56.480 --> 00:11:01.799 was two half hour episodes. The first one does all this set up for 156 00:11:01.879 --> 00:11:05.440 like great moments of character development and tying off loose ends for the show, 157 00:11:05.960 --> 00:11:11.919 and the second half addresses none of it. And the second half ends with 158 00:11:11.000 --> 00:11:15.440 him because the whole his character is like this marketing guy for this big company 159 00:11:15.519 --> 00:11:20.399 and it does these vlogs for their website, and uh, he the whole 160 00:11:20.600 --> 00:11:24.600 last moments of the episode or him doing his final vlog and it's basically just 161 00:11:24.799 --> 00:11:33.279 him talking shit to all of his haters and the network for canceling his show. 162 00:11:33.440 --> 00:11:37.320 And I was like, what a what a fuck you for a final 163 00:11:37.360 --> 00:11:41.279 episode? Man? Like you wan grateful dick. Your show was on for 164 00:11:41.399 --> 00:11:46.679 like almost ten years go. He was on for a long time. How 165 00:11:46.720 --> 00:11:50.320 long was fucking Home Improvement on? That was a long time. He had 166 00:11:50.320 --> 00:11:54.159 a lot of Whole Improvement people on Last Man Standing. Believe he played his 167 00:11:54.200 --> 00:11:58.480 wife j T T and the guy who played Al, They're all on. 168 00:11:58.840 --> 00:12:01.919 They were all on there. It's parrying characters, um all. But the 169 00:12:01.919 --> 00:12:05.240 guy who played Al, he was in like one or two episodes. The 170 00:12:05.320 --> 00:12:09.440 lady who played his wife was like a neighbor. And then the guy who 171 00:12:09.600 --> 00:12:13.480 JTT played like her son's boss for like one season, which was working at 172 00:12:13.519 --> 00:12:20.000 a restaurant he owned. Um it was not for a while though. Nine 173 00:12:20.039 --> 00:12:24.759 seasons, ten seasons, it didn't. Um, I lost it. Hang 174 00:12:24.759 --> 00:12:31.320 on, They'll never ask him to do buzz Light here ever again. Nine 175 00:12:31.360 --> 00:12:33.279 seasons. Um, yeah, nine seasons. No, it will never happen. 176 00:12:35.039 --> 00:12:37.639 No, it's not gonna happen. Yeah, it's part of the reason 177 00:12:37.639 --> 00:12:41.879 why ABC canceled canceled it in the first place, and Fox took it back 178 00:12:41.879 --> 00:12:43.720 because it was their show anyway. That was there was that was during that 179 00:12:43.840 --> 00:12:48.799 year where like everybody was canceling everything and it was all getting picked up by 180 00:12:48.799 --> 00:12:54.759 someone else because like Fox canceled Brooklyn nine nine and then NBC was like, 181 00:12:54.799 --> 00:12:58.720 well, that's our show anyway, so we'll take it back, and they 182 00:12:58.720 --> 00:13:01.240 canceled Lucifer. Net Flix took that and everything was moving. It was weird, 183 00:13:01.320 --> 00:13:05.840 weird year. Weird thing is I feel like Netflix takes the shows that 184 00:13:05.879 --> 00:13:11.559 like people actually love love. Yeah, just like you're fucking They did it 185 00:13:11.559 --> 00:13:18.200 with Longmeyre. They did it with um Doesn't Gated Survivor. They did that 186 00:13:18.240 --> 00:13:22.960 with Lucifer. With Lucifer, did it with a Bunch Ship. What was 187 00:13:22.000 --> 00:13:28.519 that moving community? Yeah, yeah, it was Netflix slash Yahoo. But 188 00:13:28.720 --> 00:13:37.360 um what was it? Ah, Well, they're doing it with the No 189 00:13:37.960 --> 00:13:41.039 Um. Well, they're doing it with Knives Out. Um that Daniel Craig 190 00:13:41.080 --> 00:13:43.000 mystery they did. They have the rights for that. Well, the the 191 00:13:43.039 --> 00:13:48.080 new one that's coming out is going straight to Netflix. They bought the rights 192 00:13:48.559 --> 00:13:52.039 from the first one and said we're gonna make like six of these because they're 193 00:13:52.320 --> 00:13:54.960 they're kind of treating it like it's the new Sherlock Holmes, Like here's this 194 00:13:56.039 --> 00:14:01.600 detective and all these mystery stories with him. It's the new Sherlock Holmes or 195 00:14:01.720 --> 00:14:05.159 Poirot, which is the one that Kenneth Browna does the Killing. You watch 196 00:14:05.240 --> 00:14:11.639 the Killing with the Killing? The Killing was um three seasons, what's not? 197 00:14:13.480 --> 00:14:16.120 And then they did the last four and the last last one is not 198 00:14:16.240 --> 00:14:18.759 the best. But then that's not even on Netflix. Ay More smiles about 199 00:14:18.759 --> 00:14:22.639 the rights to it. Well, and Hulu did that with the orbital. 200 00:14:22.080 --> 00:14:26.039 Yeah, Fox just what They didn't seem like it was going to bring it 201 00:14:26.080 --> 00:14:30.600 back, which was their own fault, and then Hulu gave him a big 202 00:14:30.639 --> 00:14:33.240 budget and it was a very good show after that. I hope you gets 203 00:14:33.240 --> 00:14:37.879 the season four. You need to watch The Killing Hulu now, and you 204 00:14:37.919 --> 00:14:46.679 know it's so good. It's got Ship. What's his face? That's uh, 205 00:14:46.039 --> 00:14:50.279 he's he's in a ton of movies. He's in suicide Squad, the 206 00:14:50.279 --> 00:14:56.440 military guy. Oh um, motherfucker, I know when his name is Ship. 207 00:14:56.960 --> 00:14:58.080 Second, I think it was like its first, like big bigger where 208 00:14:58.159 --> 00:15:01.159 it wasn't a big, big role because it was a big role for him, 209 00:15:01.200 --> 00:15:05.120 but it's not like I kind of put him on the map. There's 210 00:15:05.159 --> 00:15:09.639 two versions of there's the American and the Danish version. The American Okay, 211 00:15:11.279 --> 00:15:16.080 I'm watching the Danish one yet. Okay, um what is his name? 212 00:15:18.159 --> 00:15:22.919 Yes? Thank you? Here we go christ Um. Okay, that's a 213 00:15:22.000 --> 00:15:28.240 solid show. Four seasons, the worst season, but like the first if 214 00:15:28.320 --> 00:15:31.080 I remember card, the first three seasons are all one murder. Okay, 215 00:15:33.200 --> 00:15:35.320 let's say the first two. The first three I can't remember, but it's 216 00:15:35.440 --> 00:15:39.559 really, really, really good. Now, you can rep the Basement Lounge 217 00:15:39.639 --> 00:15:43.279 out in public by checking out some of the merch that we have available on 218 00:15:43.360 --> 00:15:50.039 our website. Just go to tbl pod dot net slash store. That's tbl 219 00:15:50.120 --> 00:15:54.000 pod dot net slash store and check out some of the T shirt and other 220 00:15:54.120 --> 00:15:58.720 merch designs we have for you featuring our logo some of our favorite bits as 221 00:15:58.720 --> 00:16:03.279 well. Is a homegrown Humor official T shirt as well. Once again, 222 00:16:03.399 --> 00:16:07.679 just go to tbl pod dot net slash store and check out some of the 223 00:16:07.720 --> 00:16:11.200 cool merch we have there for you. Now, Dude, I say that 224 00:16:11.200 --> 00:16:15.360 that trailer for that Santa Claus, Oh my god, that looks so fucking 225 00:16:15.440 --> 00:16:19.720 great. My wife, that is fucking stupid. She doesn't even cur looks. 226 00:16:21.720 --> 00:16:23.480 Yes, it does, and I can't wait Hard it is to do 227 00:16:23.600 --> 00:16:29.759 like a Christmas you know what somebod in that clause killing people movie and make 228 00:16:29.759 --> 00:16:30.759 it look good. You know what. Somebody told me. The movie looks 229 00:16:30.799 --> 00:16:37.000 like they said, it looks like if die Hard was actually a Christmas movie 230 00:16:37.240 --> 00:16:40.879 and just looks fun. It does. It looks like it's not taking itself 231 00:16:40.919 --> 00:16:44.840 seriously because some of the guys who did Bullet Train, which I still haven't 232 00:16:44.879 --> 00:16:47.320 seen, but I can just from what I've seeing the trailers. Yeah, 233 00:16:47.320 --> 00:16:49.360 but like when he puts the star in the dude's eye and it's like they're 234 00:16:49.399 --> 00:16:55.000 all on my naughty list, puts the grenade in the dude's ass, I 235 00:16:55.039 --> 00:17:00.879 gotta watch. And David Harbor is the only one who could pull that kind 236 00:17:00.879 --> 00:17:03.759 of thing off. He's so good. He lost so much weight for season 237 00:17:03.799 --> 00:17:10.000 four. Yeah, I saw the pictures that You're like, that's crazy considering 238 00:17:10.039 --> 00:17:12.039 he was still doing stuff like because he did hell Boy in that time. 239 00:17:12.440 --> 00:17:18.680 Yeah, we got super jacked. He also did that movie with um Chris 240 00:17:18.720 --> 00:17:23.000 Hemsworth Extraction. He's in for a little bit, but he still kind of 241 00:17:23.039 --> 00:17:26.440 just looks like Hopper. So I'm trying to figure out when it was he 242 00:17:26.559 --> 00:17:30.160 lost and gained all this weight, because it's crazy. He said he'll never 243 00:17:30.240 --> 00:17:33.680 do that again. I was writing anywhere, Oh yeah, he's like, 244 00:17:33.279 --> 00:17:37.599 I like to eat. He's like, and I'll never do that again. 245 00:17:37.799 --> 00:17:41.640 It's well. Christian Bale went through that with when he did the Machine is 246 00:17:41.680 --> 00:17:45.640 crazy, saying it comes like fucking putting on the perfect like well, but 247 00:17:45.680 --> 00:17:49.400 also Tobey maguire almost didn't come back for Spider Man too because of because a 248 00:17:49.440 --> 00:17:52.359 sea biscuit. So yeah, you gotta be careful what I mean. Even 249 00:17:52.440 --> 00:17:56.400 Jared Leto when he played, um, the guy who killed Lennon, Who 250 00:17:56.480 --> 00:18:00.119 killed John Lennon? What movie was that? Chapter twenty three? He plays 251 00:18:00.119 --> 00:18:03.240 the guy you shot John Lennon. He put on he didn't do a fat 252 00:18:03.279 --> 00:18:07.440 suit. He gained like a hundred pounds and he was talking on I think 253 00:18:07.440 --> 00:18:10.319 it was on Cone and he's like, yeah, he's like, I was 254 00:18:10.359 --> 00:18:14.839 like taking like the little things a hog and doss microwaving him and then just 255 00:18:14.920 --> 00:18:18.599 drinking them to gain the way and he developed gout as a result, and 256 00:18:18.680 --> 00:18:26.200 because no ship yeah. But on the flip side of that, this new 257 00:18:26.240 --> 00:18:30.119 movie that Brendan Fraser is doing, The Whale, I guess he's he's kind 258 00:18:30.119 --> 00:18:32.279 of a heavy guy right now anyway, but I guess he put on a 259 00:18:32.319 --> 00:18:33.759 fat suit for it and people are kind of giving him ship for it. 260 00:18:34.079 --> 00:18:37.799 Why I don't know, Well, it's taken away from rolls for overweight. 261 00:18:37.880 --> 00:18:42.400 I'm like, if it was doing it to like rip on fat people, 262 00:18:42.559 --> 00:18:48.920 I could get why you'd be pissed in like a nighty professor big Mama's house 263 00:18:48.000 --> 00:18:52.160 kind of way. But it's like the movie is about a guy is struggle 264 00:18:52.480 --> 00:18:57.359 with being overweight. I don't know, it doesn't as a as a fat 265 00:18:57.400 --> 00:19:00.880 guy myself. At the the bother we will complain on everything they will. 266 00:19:02.039 --> 00:19:04.880 But also I want I want Brandon Fraser to get a win so bad that 267 00:19:06.200 --> 00:19:07.880 like when I think of that, I think of what's eating Gilbert Grape and 268 00:19:07.920 --> 00:19:12.720 the mom. Yeah, I mean, like, m there's only like so 269 00:19:12.839 --> 00:19:18.039 much like because you gotta physically, I mean you have to pass by it 270 00:19:18.119 --> 00:19:22.359 physical. I'm not going to anybody that well, not only that, but 271 00:19:22.400 --> 00:19:26.559 like you have to get insured. The student has to be able to ensure 272 00:19:26.599 --> 00:19:30.079 you and that they walk a line with that of like making sure that like 273 00:19:30.119 --> 00:19:34.799 a person's not like I mean, it's it's tough with stuff like that. 274 00:19:34.599 --> 00:19:38.359 And that's not even fat people they're complaining about that either probably not it's it's 275 00:19:38.400 --> 00:19:41.319 probably if it is, it's a small number of them. Yeah, me, 276 00:19:41.400 --> 00:19:44.839 I'm just kind of like I'm gonna fun. It's Brendan Fraser Man. 277 00:19:45.039 --> 00:19:49.759 Yeah, it's his character is also apparently gay, and he's not gay in 278 00:19:49.799 --> 00:19:53.599 real life. Like like it's called acting. Yeah, if he's if he's 279 00:19:53.599 --> 00:19:56.359 playing a black guy in black face, Okay, that's the line. But 280 00:19:59.079 --> 00:20:02.200 that's the weird thing to is like, so that is kind of interesting and 281 00:20:02.240 --> 00:20:07.319 like it's called acting. The person doesn't necessarily have to be gay or fattered. 282 00:20:07.720 --> 00:20:10.960 Leota Caprio played a slave owner in a Tarantino movie. Doesn't make him 283 00:20:10.960 --> 00:20:14.039 a racist, it's he's acting. Yeah, where do you draw the line? 284 00:20:14.200 --> 00:20:17.839 Yeah, now you need to get Ron Santa. You need to get 285 00:20:17.880 --> 00:20:23.480 an actual racist to play the like, no, no, that's not it. 286 00:20:23.559 --> 00:20:29.480 So did you where he apologized for something in Georgia the Jungle, Brendon 287 00:20:29.519 --> 00:20:33.160 freder It was it was a joke. He was at some premiere of one 288 00:20:33.200 --> 00:20:34.680 of the premiers for the Whale or something like that. And so when they 289 00:20:34.680 --> 00:20:38.640 shot George of the Jungle and they were like closed down part of the bridge 290 00:20:38.640 --> 00:20:41.319 because there's that scene reclimbs on the on the Golden Game bridge, and he 291 00:20:41.359 --> 00:20:45.359 talked because like, I want to apologize to anybody who was in traffic that 292 00:20:45.440 --> 00:20:51.680 day because it's already bad enough on that bridge. That's funny. That's really 293 00:20:51.680 --> 00:20:57.000 funny. Yeah, that's really really really funny. Um So, so what 294 00:20:57.400 --> 00:21:02.559 black Adam things if you heard, um, well, the rock is already 295 00:21:02.599 --> 00:21:06.599 all but spoiled part of it in every interview he's given, so he can 296 00:21:06.640 --> 00:21:11.799 go fund himself with a hot tire iron. But I think also the fact 297 00:21:11.799 --> 00:21:15.319 that they want I think he has to say it. I think I guess 298 00:21:15.319 --> 00:21:18.599 they need the sales. I think it's they are doing everything they can to 299 00:21:18.640 --> 00:21:21.400 push people to go see this movie. Yeah, and I also I also 300 00:21:21.480 --> 00:21:23.119 understand that he's just excited because he's been trying to get this movie made for 301 00:21:23.119 --> 00:21:30.839 fucking ever. And if what he's saying is happening is actually happening, like 302 00:21:30.920 --> 00:21:33.640 that's a big fucking deal. It's a very big understanding. Okay, believe 303 00:21:33.640 --> 00:21:37.559 this part out. Okay, look guys, we're gonna talk about some potential 304 00:21:37.559 --> 00:21:40.720 Black Adam spoilers here. I'm seeing it this weekend. But like, just 305 00:21:41.400 --> 00:21:42.960 at this point, if you if you're on the internet, you've probably heard 306 00:21:42.960 --> 00:21:47.480 it at this point, Like to me, it's definitely Showsam in there, 307 00:21:48.400 --> 00:21:51.000 and then I don't think that's what it is. It's a Superman. Yeah, 308 00:21:51.200 --> 00:21:55.400 yeah, yeah, it's it's a Superman. Because now the like they're 309 00:21:55.400 --> 00:21:59.799 looking for him to do another Superman maybe, which they just announced today, 310 00:22:00.240 --> 00:22:03.759 so they announced it officially today it came out that they are looking to move 311 00:22:03.799 --> 00:22:07.480 forward with a with a Man of Steel sequel with Henry Cavill. Not only 312 00:22:07.519 --> 00:22:11.920 that, but in the one interview he did, he did a whole he 313 00:22:11.079 --> 00:22:15.440 kind of went on the rock when I kind of a rant about how the 314 00:22:15.559 --> 00:22:21.440 previous Warner Brothers people, not the current regime, but the one that had 315 00:22:21.519 --> 00:22:26.079 no interest in doing Superman again, like lit with Henry Cavill at all. 316 00:22:26.720 --> 00:22:30.319 Everybody wants him so bad, like how how do you not listen to your 317 00:22:30.319 --> 00:22:33.039 family? Well, now, well now we know why those guys are no 318 00:22:33.079 --> 00:22:36.160 longer the runner the runners of this ship. But yeah, he was like 319 00:22:36.440 --> 00:22:38.480 He's like, because that was part of the reason why the movie was so 320 00:22:38.559 --> 00:22:41.119 caught up in production hell forever. He's like, they had no interest in 321 00:22:41.160 --> 00:22:47.880 moving forward with another with more Superman, and I'm like, why as the 322 00:22:47.960 --> 00:22:52.599 dumbest, Like, out of all the criticisms anyone has given these DC films, 323 00:22:52.960 --> 00:22:56.519 it has never been against Henry Cavill. Everyone loves him as Superman. 324 00:22:56.640 --> 00:23:00.599 That's the one thing it was kind of saving you. That'd be like if, 325 00:23:00.680 --> 00:23:02.960 like early on in the m c U they were like, everybody loves 326 00:23:03.039 --> 00:23:04.119 Robert Downy Jr. But we're not gonna do anything else. In The Higher 327 00:23:04.160 --> 00:23:10.599 Man, the argument was I have no fucking idea, man, I really 328 00:23:10.680 --> 00:23:14.920 don't. And I think that especially with this ship going on with Ezra Miller, 329 00:23:14.960 --> 00:23:18.759 who has now officially pled not guilty and as could face up to twenty 330 00:23:18.799 --> 00:23:22.519 six years in prison if in the current trial with the assaulting that couple or 331 00:23:22.559 --> 00:23:26.640 whatever, he could face twenty six years. Apparently, also, they're gonna 332 00:23:26.640 --> 00:23:29.720 do another Flash, but he's not well. They said that there was already 333 00:23:29.759 --> 00:23:33.279 a script and development. I don't know what's going to happen with that. 334 00:23:33.599 --> 00:23:37.960 It's hard to say because they're also moving forward with Matt Reeves stuff too. 335 00:23:40.000 --> 00:23:42.920 I was saying Christopher is for a second, um, but yeah, they've 336 00:23:42.960 --> 00:23:48.599 already they said Matt Reeves is already having meetings with with his team to start 337 00:23:48.759 --> 00:23:52.400 like early writing and stuff on the next movie. So is it going to 338 00:23:52.480 --> 00:23:55.920 be in that same universe? Okay, it's gonna it's gonna be something. 339 00:23:56.039 --> 00:24:00.519 Yeah, that'd be so weird to have like the bringing back Batman and I 340 00:24:00.559 --> 00:24:03.480 also have like the DP the fucking want over Others one. But then also 341 00:24:03.680 --> 00:24:08.839 Matt Reeves, we're gonna have so weird if if things are as I assume, 342 00:24:08.880 --> 00:24:14.359 I think we're gonna have too Batman two Batman running simultaneously, so weird. 343 00:24:14.400 --> 00:24:17.160 It's bizarre, I really. But I also so I think, I 344 00:24:17.200 --> 00:24:21.000 think to an extent because I don't think there's any plans to do a bat 345 00:24:21.039 --> 00:24:25.039 Fleck movie anytime soon. But I think they're just gonna have him in other 346 00:24:25.160 --> 00:24:27.519 DC ships, which makes sense, yeah, because they already said that Ben 347 00:24:27.519 --> 00:24:34.240 Affleck has been back reshooting scenes for the Flash, which everyone thinks is, 348 00:24:34.400 --> 00:24:37.839 oh, he's just the scenes that we're gonna have Michael Keaton in them. 349 00:24:37.880 --> 00:24:41.599 They're just gonna use because I think because the plan and we've we've talked about 350 00:24:41.599 --> 00:24:45.119 this before on here, but the plan was to replace Ben Affleck with Matt 351 00:24:45.160 --> 00:24:49.319 Michael Keaton and they're just kind of nixing that now because he's also Jason Moa 352 00:24:49.400 --> 00:24:53.799 said he was there shooting stuff for Aquaman too, so weird. So yeah, 353 00:24:53.920 --> 00:24:56.839 it's it's some weird ship. And then I guess Matt Reeves because he's 354 00:24:56.880 --> 00:25:03.160 also working on this h be a Max series about the Penguin which about that 355 00:25:03.279 --> 00:25:07.680 takes place like a week after The Batman, so it's gonna be it's gonna 356 00:25:07.720 --> 00:25:11.440 bridge the gap the Batman too. Oh yeah. Chris Krook Colin Farrell said 357 00:25:11.440 --> 00:25:15.440 he got his first draft of the script and he said, like it opened, 358 00:25:15.440 --> 00:25:21.079 like the first thing in there is me walking through Falcon's flooded office after 359 00:25:21.119 --> 00:25:23.799 the Batman. Oh oh, is not what I thought they were going to 360 00:25:23.880 --> 00:25:27.160 do with it. I thought it was gonna be how Penguin got to pain 361 00:25:27.240 --> 00:25:30.359 got to be in Penguin. This is I'm like, oh, that's neat 362 00:25:32.000 --> 00:25:34.559 good for Matt ray that's actually genius. Yeah, he's also I guess working 363 00:25:34.599 --> 00:25:42.480 on some other similar series about like other villains, which I'm like that I'm 364 00:25:42.519 --> 00:25:48.920 into that if you want to. It's it's what's it's it's how Marvel is 365 00:25:48.119 --> 00:25:52.720 and should be and kind of is doing with their stuff, which is like, 366 00:25:52.799 --> 00:25:59.240 tell these other characters stories in this world in a low, low risk 367 00:25:59.759 --> 00:26:03.839 me um with an HBO max here. Yeah, don't fucking lose your butt 368 00:26:03.880 --> 00:26:07.400 off of it. Does not mean like there's no there's there's no way Moon 369 00:26:07.559 --> 00:26:11.039 Night would have done well at the box office. But you but do it 370 00:26:11.079 --> 00:26:15.640 low budget on Disney plus for six episodes. Sure, you're great, say 371 00:26:15.680 --> 00:26:18.559 with she Hawk, you know, same with any of these miss Marvel. 372 00:26:18.640 --> 00:26:21.720 Yeah, would not have would not have crushed the box The word of mouth 373 00:26:21.799 --> 00:26:26.359 might have helped, but yeah, you know so, Yeah, I don't 374 00:26:26.400 --> 00:26:27.440 know what the list of villains always talking. I think one of them was 375 00:26:27.480 --> 00:26:32.880 clay Face, which is an interesting one to do for Robert Pattinson's Batman. 376 00:26:33.400 --> 00:26:36.039 Yeah, but at the same time, it's kind of like he can't do 377 00:26:36.160 --> 00:26:38.519 Joker. I don't. I think it's been overdone well. Plus they've alre 378 00:26:40.160 --> 00:26:42.759 Phillips already doing a second Joker movie, so just let that one go. 379 00:26:44.039 --> 00:26:48.319 Yeah, and that everybody's everyone's kind of joked out. Yeah, I'm not, 380 00:26:48.480 --> 00:26:52.759 but I'm a shill, so well I'm personally not either. But the 381 00:26:52.759 --> 00:26:56.480 issue is also you had Heath Ledgers, which is great. Then you had 382 00:26:56.519 --> 00:26:59.799 Joaquin Fantasies You're like, yeah, yeah, well yeah, yeah, Heath, 383 00:27:00.240 --> 00:27:00.960 which was top tier. I mean, they want to fucking Oscar. 384 00:27:02.799 --> 00:27:07.359 Then you had Jared Leto, which had bad reactions, and then you had 385 00:27:07.480 --> 00:27:12.559 Joaquin Phoenix, which one of my goddamn mostar I think we just like leave 386 00:27:12.599 --> 00:27:18.920 that alone for a while, unless you get he alleged to come back to 387 00:27:18.039 --> 00:27:22.839 be some like Q Jackman ship. That's why some people for a little while 388 00:27:22.960 --> 00:27:26.440 thought that like The Batman was going to be like set in the nineties and 389 00:27:26.480 --> 00:27:29.480 then that way they could use like Joaquin Phoenix's joker. I'm like, now 390 00:27:29.559 --> 00:27:32.960 they're just gonna let them do their own thing, and I like what they 391 00:27:33.119 --> 00:27:36.079 I like the idea of what they're doing with Barry Keegan's Joker in The Batman, 392 00:27:36.079 --> 00:27:37.440 where she's like, he's there, We're just not focusing on him. 393 00:27:37.519 --> 00:27:40.960 Yeah, He's just there, And I'm fine with that. Yeah, totally 394 00:27:40.960 --> 00:27:42.400 cool. It was a good scene. Didn't need to be in the movie, 395 00:27:42.839 --> 00:27:45.599 huh that Yeah, yeah, least didn't need to be in the movie, 396 00:27:47.079 --> 00:27:49.599 had no relevance. It was a cool scene, had no reason to 397 00:27:49.599 --> 00:27:55.240 be in the movie. Um so that's so all that ships. Yeah, 398 00:27:55.839 --> 00:27:57.400 ship is moving over at Warner Bro. Yeah. I got tickets to see 399 00:27:57.559 --> 00:28:03.480 uh Black Adam Friday after work, So we'll see. If you are in 400 00:28:03.559 --> 00:28:07.880 or around the Dayton, Ohio area and you want to know more about what's 401 00:28:07.880 --> 00:28:11.319 going on in the local comedy scene, we have a website for you. 402 00:28:11.440 --> 00:28:15.559 Go to www. Dot gem City Comedy dot com. That's www. Dot 403 00:28:15.640 --> 00:28:21.839 gem City Comedy dot com. We've got profiles on all your favorite local comedians, 404 00:28:22.039 --> 00:28:23.799 as well as a calendar and guide to all the shows going on, 405 00:28:23.839 --> 00:28:27.759 whether they're open mics or big headliner shows or showcases or whatever we have in 406 00:28:27.799 --> 00:28:33.559 store. 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You find out it's 416 00:29:12.799 --> 00:29:18.319 somebody else pretending to be Jason for whatever fucking reason. There's no really a 417 00:29:18.319 --> 00:29:21.680 whole lot of rhymer readings, so there's just somebody else pretending to Michael. 418 00:29:21.799 --> 00:29:23.640 Michael Myers is in it. He's got a great cameo in the movie. 419 00:29:25.079 --> 00:29:27.599 He's barely in the movie, and when he when he isn't there, he 420 00:29:27.680 --> 00:29:33.680 doesn't do much. Um, It's just I don't know. To me, 421 00:29:33.720 --> 00:29:37.240 it felt like they had like three different ideas for the movie and they couldn't 422 00:29:37.240 --> 00:29:38.960 decide on one, so they did all of them and it doesn't work. 423 00:29:40.200 --> 00:29:42.480 I just when was the last time Halloween movie was good besides Rob Zombies. 424 00:29:45.000 --> 00:29:48.359 Well, one that came out that kind of started this new trilogy was very 425 00:29:48.400 --> 00:29:52.759 good. That's also really sad to say. Within the trilogy, it is 426 00:29:52.759 --> 00:29:59.440 because because because the one retconned all the other sequels because pretty much after Halloween, 427 00:30:00.119 --> 00:30:04.720 all the sequels were it's not terrible, and it was kind of just 428 00:30:04.759 --> 00:30:07.400 reckon all of that, and it was it was very good. I thought 429 00:30:07.400 --> 00:30:11.799 it was. And then Halloween Kills, which was the second one, was 430 00:30:11.440 --> 00:30:17.160 fine. It just didn't like rest. Halloween twenty takes place with the course 431 00:30:17.200 --> 00:30:19.240 of like a week, Halloween Kills takes place over the course of like five 432 00:30:19.279 --> 00:30:25.200 hours, and so it doesn't really accomplish anything, and then this one takes 433 00:30:25.200 --> 00:30:27.039 place like over like a month or something like that. But it's just it's 434 00:30:27.039 --> 00:30:33.200 not it's not good. But it'll be the last one. Between the story 435 00:30:33.279 --> 00:30:37.039 and how little money it's made, it will be the last one because there 436 00:30:37.079 --> 00:30:40.720 because Danny McBride has been like the right the writer on all of these, 437 00:30:41.359 --> 00:30:45.359 which is weird. He's gotten really into like writing and producing stuff, kind 438 00:30:45.359 --> 00:30:48.400 of like how Seth Rogan did, except Danny McBride has been hit or miss, 439 00:30:48.079 --> 00:30:53.839 but he was a big powerhouse but behind these three Halloween movies, and 440 00:30:55.000 --> 00:30:56.519 I I still every time I see that, I'm like, it's not the 441 00:30:56.559 --> 00:31:00.000 same Danny McBride, Right, No, we totally fought it is is he 442 00:31:00.160 --> 00:31:04.400 just like horror? I guess so, yeah, because he doesn't really acting 443 00:31:04.440 --> 00:31:07.799 more. He just does a lot of writing and producing. Yeah, I 444 00:31:07.799 --> 00:31:11.400 mean, like he's probably got to that point where like that motherfucker's hilarious, 445 00:31:11.960 --> 00:31:18.119 Danny Bride is fucking funny. Yeah, after that show, he's bounding down. 446 00:31:18.400 --> 00:31:22.000 He's bounding down, And did I think he did principles first advice? 447 00:31:22.240 --> 00:31:26.559 Principles or he's bounding down was as big because like he was faking funny anything 448 00:31:26.640 --> 00:31:30.480 is, but he wasn't like the league guy in anything. Like he's great 449 00:31:30.519 --> 00:31:33.759 in Tropic Thunder, it's a small role. He's great in Uh, this 450 00:31:33.839 --> 00:31:37.440 is the end. This is the end. I mean it's a decent role, 451 00:31:37.480 --> 00:31:41.799 but he's not the lead. There's that one scene, which one there's 452 00:31:41.839 --> 00:31:47.279 the one scene where he's like making fun of Franco. 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Really did you feel the tenson in the air right now? 477 00:33:50.240 --> 00:33:52.920 I know I can. I can feel it all the way down in my 478 00:33:52.000 --> 00:33:59.559 plums getting all swollen. The light blue hue to him, fresh and juicy, 479 00:33:59.599 --> 00:34:02.359 ready of the picking. All the school children are lining up and put 480 00:34:02.400 --> 00:34:07.920 them in the sack lunches. Hey, that plum looks good. You can 481 00:34:07.960 --> 00:34:10.079 I trade it for your twinkie? No, these are my plug. I 482 00:34:10.079 --> 00:34:13.800 want to bite into that plum. Let the juice spill down my chin, 483 00:34:14.519 --> 00:34:22.519 you know what I mean. All the while everyone's saying, big figgers, 484 00:34:22.599 --> 00:34:24.840 let's try it so hard not to laugh. I want the juice to spill 485 00:34:29.039 --> 00:34:32.079 because you know, you know, at this point they're literally trying to make 486 00:34:32.079 --> 00:34:37.280 each other laughing with each other. And it's my love. I love this 487 00:34:37.440 --> 00:34:44.639 so much. If I were called correct, if I were called correctly, 488 00:34:45.599 --> 00:34:52.320 my plum, beautiful bluish hue, the sun just dancing right off of them, 489 00:34:52.360 --> 00:34:58.519 just nice, getting ready to take him to market. This guy over 490 00:34:58.559 --> 00:35:08.800 here, I could feel it down in my plums. I could feel it 491 00:35:09.119 --> 00:35:15.119 down in my plums to get a nice bluish hue, getting ready to take 492 00:35:15.199 --> 00:35:27.360 him to the farmer's market special two plums for one. I can feel it 493 00:35:27.760 --> 00:35:39.639 down in my plums. I could feel the tension. And there's more to 494 00:35:39.719 --> 00:35:49.159 this. I told my wife Beverly, when I was on top of her, 495 00:35:49.239 --> 00:35:58.039 don't left. When I was on top of her making intense, painful 496 00:35:58.119 --> 00:36:08.239 love, consider it done, okay, and listen to me on what we 497 00:36:08.400 --> 00:36:13.760 real, honest with you right now. This moment came to me in a 498 00:36:13.880 --> 00:36:22.079 dream about a month ago. I was making love my wife Donna, on 499 00:36:22.239 --> 00:36:30.239 top of her, thrusting away as sultry hot even in it all the windows 500 00:36:30.280 --> 00:36:35.239 closed, the heat turned up to about eighty two, so it gets sweaty, 501 00:36:36.079 --> 00:36:43.480 and my hips thrusting down on Donna, her trying to get away because 502 00:36:43.480 --> 00:36:49.800 she does not like it. When I hear a sound, I wrapped at 503 00:36:49.840 --> 00:36:52.320 the door on my young son, Gabriel walks in. My wife says, 504 00:36:52.320 --> 00:36:57.000 no, Gabriel, leave it. I say no. Let the boy watch. 505 00:37:04.480 --> 00:37:10.360 Let the boy watch. He needs to learn the way I learned from 506 00:37:10.360 --> 00:37:14.599 my father, the way he learned from his