April 21, 2022

Ezra Miller Is In Trouble...Again


Ezra Miller (The Flash, Fantastic Beasts) was arrested AGAIN in Hawaii AGAIN for a violent crime AGAIN. Also, Netflix is considering putting ads on their service. Plus, Jesse Watters admitted to stalking his wife when they first met...proudly?

This week, Mike & Mike talk about:

  • Ezra Miller's arrest & future with DC/WB
  • Netflix potentially having ads to combat losses
  • Fox News' Jesse Watters is really creepy

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Like so I dated a tweet to 18 00:01:30.359 --> 00:01:34.599 tweet is like if you live in a why your chance of getting a salt 19 00:01:34.599 --> 00:01:42.280 divide Ezra Miller are never zero. Welcome to the Basement Lounge. Grab a 20 00:01:42.359 --> 00:01:48.239 chair, grab a drink and settle in. Let's have some fun. Netflix 21 00:01:48.319 --> 00:01:56.400 is talking about how that they're password sharing is hurting their business model. So 22 00:01:56.480 --> 00:02:05.799 now they are looking at options that involve advertisements on Netflix. Really, basically 23 00:02:05.840 --> 00:02:08.360 would be like a Hulu situation where you have to pay to not see ads. 24 00:02:08.879 --> 00:02:12.960 Yeah, I mean they kind of had to figure this is going to 25 00:02:13.039 --> 00:02:15.080 happen. Yeah, and like so many people will share them back. Not 26 00:02:15.120 --> 00:02:19.800 only that, sharing the passwords, but like, I don't even like they 27 00:02:20.000 --> 00:02:23.599 produce so much of their own shit. Yeah, that like I get. 28 00:02:23.719 --> 00:02:27.120 Like, I don't know how many users you have, so you can subscribers. 29 00:02:27.120 --> 00:02:32.400 Do they have subscribers? I don't know. They see they have two 30 00:02:32.479 --> 00:02:38.719 hundred and twenty two million paid subscribers worldwide. It is estimated that an additional 31 00:02:38.840 --> 00:02:42.719 one hundred million households are using the service or a password shared through them, 32 00:02:42.719 --> 00:02:46.520 including thirty million North America. So, like you got figure, it's fifteen 33 00:02:46.520 --> 00:02:50.479 bucks a month for the average person. You were Taia, two hundred million. 34 00:02:50.639 --> 00:02:55.719 How much they making a month? Do the math. Yeah, I'll 35 00:02:55.759 --> 00:03:01.800 shitload at ten. would be two billion. Yeah, so three billion dollars. 36 00:03:05.159 --> 00:03:10.159 So you got two hundred twenty, two million times fifteen. Yeah, 37 00:03:10.199 --> 00:03:19.280 that's three point three repeating billion dollars. And then you figure and they think 38 00:03:19.520 --> 00:03:23.800 that a month. Yeah. So, and they're but the thing, like 39 00:03:23.800 --> 00:03:25.879 you got kind of what kind of like what you mentioned, is like they 40 00:03:25.919 --> 00:03:30.400 put out so much and now they so much are quote unquote, original content 41 00:03:30.479 --> 00:03:35.879 that they produce, but they've also lost a lot of content as all these 42 00:03:35.879 --> 00:03:40.479 other platforms of developed, like Disney plus pacock. But not only that, 43 00:03:40.520 --> 00:03:44.759 they also have to pay for the rights, yeah, of stuff to have 44 00:03:44.879 --> 00:03:46.840 for like a while. So it's kind of like in so it's yeah, 45 00:03:47.000 --> 00:03:50.879 and they keep putting all this money out, but and they get things, 46 00:03:50.919 --> 00:03:54.319 like you get things that are big hits like big mouth and Ozark, which 47 00:03:54.319 --> 00:03:57.400 Ozark, I know, is coming to an end. Big Mouth just got 48 00:03:57.439 --> 00:04:00.840 renewed, human resources got redued and they're always cranking out new stuff. But 49 00:04:00.879 --> 00:04:02.960 you also kind of wonder, like okay, but how many of those are 50 00:04:03.000 --> 00:04:06.960 actually getting traction, because I look through the Netflix originals and I haven't heard 51 00:04:08.000 --> 00:04:12.680 of three cores of them. Oh, it's it's like any fucking thing is 52 00:04:12.680 --> 00:04:16.000 is like network. How many shows they release? And like the only ones 53 00:04:16.079 --> 00:04:20.439 that get what I mean, they'll they'll just see commercials form. But after 54 00:04:20.480 --> 00:04:24.000 like, yeah, half a season, you like you don't see any more. 55 00:04:24.040 --> 00:04:26.439 So they know it flops. Yeah, that point it's kind of like 56 00:04:26.480 --> 00:04:30.560 you have like your prototypical like the witcher or Oh's. I mean, realistically, 57 00:04:30.920 --> 00:04:34.000 your things are probably your biggest things are Ozarre larange is new black, 58 00:04:34.000 --> 00:04:38.680 which both are over, you know, I mean, and there's there's stuff 59 00:04:38.720 --> 00:04:44.160 on there that is also shared. Their stuff on there that's also available on 60 00:04:44.160 --> 00:04:46.720 PBS and their website and you can watch it on there for free. Yeah, 61 00:04:47.079 --> 00:04:50.839 so, and it's but it's just yeah, I mean now this especially 62 00:04:50.920 --> 00:04:56.040 now that like the marvel stuff has moved to Disney plus. Finally, it's 63 00:04:56.079 --> 00:04:59.040 like, well, any people who were still watching it on there like going 64 00:04:59.040 --> 00:05:01.720 back and were watching it. I watch it there anymore. M So, 65 00:05:02.240 --> 00:05:05.000 well, but they're still making the money off of it because most people don't 66 00:05:05.000 --> 00:05:09.519 cancel in Netflix. I'll never cancel my Netfli. I there's there's still too 67 00:05:09.519 --> 00:05:12.160 many things on there. Not like that. It's like I'd look at it 68 00:05:12.199 --> 00:05:14.839 is like I'm paying seventeen bucks a month. Okay, whatever. Yeah, 69 00:05:14.879 --> 00:05:15.879 I know that's like a lot at the same time, but I'm like, 70 00:05:15.959 --> 00:05:20.240 it's not. It's like forty bucks. Don't like way. Yeah, once 71 00:05:20.279 --> 00:05:25.040 you get over twenty bucks where I start going like a because we pay for 72 00:05:25.240 --> 00:05:28.879 right now, the only things I pay for. Or I pay for Hulu 73 00:05:29.279 --> 00:05:35.040 because because fuck ads. Now, fuck ads. But not only that, 74 00:05:35.120 --> 00:05:39.199 would paid for it too. Is because of the fact that, like, 75 00:05:39.240 --> 00:05:41.839 I wanted to the watch freds games of the time and I hoo, Gotcha, 76 00:05:41.879 --> 00:05:45.560 and now they don't even carry him, because, yeah, and then 77 00:05:45.600 --> 00:05:46.600 I was like, I think I was going to cancel it, and then 78 00:05:46.720 --> 00:05:51.319 Melissa got suck on other shows because she's never had cable. Yeah, so 79 00:05:51.399 --> 00:05:54.680 I like this one, like this one. So it pay for that. 80 00:05:54.759 --> 00:05:58.879 But before that, streaming services, I. Disney plus is built into my 81 00:05:59.040 --> 00:06:02.319 verizon bill. Okay, but if you say that, let's include that Disney 82 00:06:02.319 --> 00:06:11.399 plus, apple and Netflix. Yeah, and it see, and I'm my 83 00:06:11.439 --> 00:06:19.560 family kind of shares. So I pay for HBO Max and that's it. 84 00:06:19.920 --> 00:06:24.279 My Mom, my mom, pays for the rest of them because they they 85 00:06:24.480 --> 00:06:27.120 they got him because there was my dad was using them and he was like 86 00:06:27.319 --> 00:06:32.079 we get five profiles. Like yeah, go nuts, but yeah, but 87 00:06:32.399 --> 00:06:35.600 also like, like none of us a paramount plus. I've no interest in 88 00:06:35.600 --> 00:06:40.639 getting it. I would like Halo. I need I bought I got my 89 00:06:40.680 --> 00:06:45.360 week subscription through it for free and I watched one episode of Halo. I 90 00:06:45.399 --> 00:06:47.199 want to get it just so I can finish watch it and see like, 91 00:06:47.199 --> 00:06:50.759 as a star Trek Fan, I should be I should be running to fucking 92 00:06:50.839 --> 00:06:54.240 get it to watch this new star Trek Shit, but I just I don't 93 00:06:54.240 --> 00:06:57.240 know. I've set it before. I've got issues with paramount so that's why 94 00:06:57.240 --> 00:07:00.759 I don't pay for it. I will find other ways to watch or borrow 95 00:07:00.759 --> 00:07:03.240 somebody else's saying with like HBO Mat or Apple TV plus, like I use 96 00:07:03.279 --> 00:07:06.000 my uncles. Yeah, and at this point I'm just waiting for Ted last. 97 00:07:06.199 --> 00:07:10.079 Yeah, that's the only reason I have. Is I only care about 98 00:07:10.199 --> 00:07:13.680 the what the the Jon Stewart shows, kind of, but I've only watched 99 00:07:13.680 --> 00:07:16.000 a couple episodes. I've heard it's hit or miss it can be, but 100 00:07:16.079 --> 00:07:20.800 like I only have apple plus first, strictly Ted Lass. Oh, and 101 00:07:20.839 --> 00:07:24.000 that's one of those like if that was why I had it, I would 102 00:07:24.040 --> 00:07:27.519 have canceled it right now, just so I can wait for the next whenever 103 00:07:27.560 --> 00:07:30.879 the next season gets done. It's weird. It's weird like this is that 104 00:07:30.959 --> 00:07:32.879 one show that you you always have, that you're like I have to have 105 00:07:33.000 --> 00:07:35.120 this. Yeah, like that. For a while that was game of thrones 106 00:07:35.160 --> 00:07:41.279 for some people. Yeah, my mom still like just re watches it on 107 00:07:41.279 --> 00:07:46.680 on Hbo Max all the time. Mine was what got me in that Netflix. 108 00:07:46.759 --> 00:07:50.839 I was just bored. Yeah, but like Netflix is the only thing 109 00:07:50.879 --> 00:07:57.399 that carried breaking bad for like a watch, true, because they weren't last 110 00:07:57.399 --> 00:07:59.480 season. How are yet, and I really want to watch breaking bad. 111 00:07:59.519 --> 00:08:03.199 So it's like, okay, yeah, they've also, I mean Netflix is 112 00:08:03.240 --> 00:08:07.279 also like saved a bunch of shows that were canceled, which is awesome. 113 00:08:07.480 --> 00:08:11.680 Like yeah, Lucifer, Lucifer, and that I think that's where Netflix also 114 00:08:11.839 --> 00:08:16.439 picks up as like they listened to people. Yeah, they let they let 115 00:08:16.480 --> 00:08:20.319 they know that the views matter. Yeah, doesn't get a survivor. They 116 00:08:20.319 --> 00:08:24.439 save that one. Longmire, they save that one off right. I let 117 00:08:24.519 --> 00:08:28.000 people love. I never watch long wire. People loved my dad. That 118 00:08:28.079 --> 00:08:30.680 was like one of his favorite shows on TV. Really, he loved it. 119 00:08:30.720 --> 00:08:33.240 I watched couple episodes of thought was really good. I've never stuck with 120 00:08:33.240 --> 00:08:35.879 it. Yes, there's enough other shit for me to watch as it is, 121 00:08:35.360 --> 00:08:39.720 but yeah, my dad fucking love Longmeyer and it. Yeah, it 122 00:08:39.759 --> 00:08:43.799 is really lute. Diamond Phillips's in it. He's always good. So Hulu, 123 00:08:43.840 --> 00:08:48.320 we get free through through because we have well, we sprinting out t 124 00:08:48.480 --> 00:08:52.279 mobile, but Hulu was wrapped into our plan. It's got adds but we're 125 00:08:52.320 --> 00:08:56.519 not paying for it, so it is what it is. But yeah, 126 00:08:56.559 --> 00:09:00.919 and then we use Disney plus, because I got to use I got to 127 00:09:00.960 --> 00:09:03.440 have Disney plus. If they keep putting out shit like moon night and and 128 00:09:03.600 --> 00:09:09.759 Mandalorian, I'm like yeah, halfway through the third episode of Moonnight, okay, 129 00:09:09.000 --> 00:09:13.759 I just watched today's right before you got here. Actually sound like it's 130 00:09:13.759 --> 00:09:16.320 so good so far. The third episode I'm like, I think there's another 131 00:09:16.360 --> 00:09:20.360 person inside the dudes head. So in Comics, Uh Huh, there are 132 00:09:20.360 --> 00:09:24.159 more than two. Yeah, there are more than two. Episode Four, 133 00:09:24.159 --> 00:09:26.639 I will sell you as a full as a full hour long. Oh Huh, 134 00:09:26.879 --> 00:09:30.240 it's so. It's it gets to a point where you think it's about 135 00:09:30.279 --> 00:09:33.200 to end and doesn't. It's not. It's so good in it to he's 136 00:09:33.279 --> 00:09:37.440 so fucking good. I so fuck it good and like girls great too, 137 00:09:37.759 --> 00:09:41.679 my frim get on an x wing and just fly away, like let's just 138 00:09:41.720 --> 00:09:46.679 carry that's just that's the other guy, like that'd be so fucking funny. 139 00:09:46.679 --> 00:09:50.080 Well, you get you get some of that when he's fighting the guys, 140 00:09:50.159 --> 00:09:54.000 because it remember and force awakens. When he gets caught by Kyli rend he's 141 00:09:54.000 --> 00:09:54.360 like all R, it's what you do here. Do you talk first? 142 00:09:54.360 --> 00:09:58.080 I Talk First? WHO talks first? You get some of that when he's 143 00:09:58.080 --> 00:10:00.120 fighting the dudes on the rooftops, like okay, we'll be doing your guys. 144 00:10:00.200 --> 00:10:03.279 Come, yeah, you're doing yeah, which is I think that's I 145 00:10:03.320 --> 00:10:07.559 mean, he's the thing about Oscar Isaac and Moon night that I love so 146 00:10:07.679 --> 00:10:13.320 much is how it's really hard as an actor to make to you know, 147 00:10:13.360 --> 00:10:16.440 to do the movements like someone else is moving your arm and to sell it 148 00:10:16.480 --> 00:10:20.919 as well as he does where it looks he's he's the one doing that. 149 00:10:20.000 --> 00:10:24.240 No one's controlling him. But to sell it in such a way or like 150 00:10:24.240 --> 00:10:26.200 when he's being forced to walk away in the first episode. Yeah, he 151 00:10:26.279 --> 00:10:31.360 sells that so fucking well, does he does? and to switch back and 152 00:10:31.360 --> 00:10:35.759 forth with the accents like he does is in. Yeah, he's fucking I 153 00:10:35.759 --> 00:10:39.200 still like will watch xmen apocalypse and I'll be like there's the fucking way, 154 00:10:39.240 --> 00:10:43.320 that's the same guy, Moon night and OBI Wan. Yeah, I'm excited. 155 00:10:43.320 --> 00:10:46.120 I I will never cancel Disney pluses. I kind of like just watching 156 00:10:46.159 --> 00:10:50.960 star wars stuff and marvel. Yeah, like nobody has that like and that's 157 00:10:50.960 --> 00:10:54.799 a thing. That's what Disney fucking hit hard on. Is like, let's 158 00:10:54.840 --> 00:10:58.799 buy to two things that people always want, and they were thinking it and 159 00:10:58.840 --> 00:11:03.399 then like yeah, they spent billions of dollars, but they knew they were 160 00:11:03.480 --> 00:11:07.799 going to make multiple, multiple billions of dollars off of it, and there's 161 00:11:07.840 --> 00:11:11.039 just a lot of great nostalgia with Disney plus two, like you can go 162 00:11:11.080 --> 00:11:13.440 back and watch the S xmen cartoon, which, yeah, fucking awesome, 163 00:11:13.600 --> 00:11:18.919 or the ninety spider man cartoon, yeah, which they're doing the revival of 164 00:11:18.919 --> 00:11:22.039 the xmen one at some point. You're in. They're getting a lot of 165 00:11:22.039 --> 00:11:24.879 the original voice cast back. Yeah, and which was cool, but also 166 00:11:26.039 --> 00:11:28.159 like but also like the stuff that all the people that like the National Geographic 167 00:11:28.200 --> 00:11:31.679 shots on. There's so'school. The Gordon Ramsey shows, fucking cool where he's 168 00:11:31.679 --> 00:11:35.480 traveling around the world, goes places. The Jeff Golblom show. We watch 169 00:11:35.559 --> 00:11:39.039 that so far just to see how excited he gets about the kids on the 170 00:11:39.080 --> 00:11:43.440 ants have their own personality. I do too. He that man just his 171 00:11:43.480 --> 00:11:46.919 hands just they it's so weird watching them fucking move. Yeah, but he 172 00:11:46.960 --> 00:11:52.399 gets exceed gets so excited about things that you like. I I watched the 173 00:11:52.399 --> 00:11:56.039 show. I know no more about sneakers than I knew going into that episode, 174 00:11:56.080 --> 00:12:00.720 but I the For but for an hour I was in for Rawl than 175 00:12:00.840 --> 00:12:03.720 everything that was going on. As a jeff gold bloom, because a jeff, 176 00:12:03.919 --> 00:12:07.559 but it also, you can tell, because I love where he'll like 177 00:12:07.799 --> 00:12:11.000 describe what he wants to see in the transition, like as avotings. Now 178 00:12:11.039 --> 00:12:13.000 we're going to get me like a blue screen coming over and yellow squiggles and 179 00:12:13.039 --> 00:12:18.080 some shapes here and there, and it's so fucking good. It's great. 180 00:12:18.120 --> 00:12:20.000 Yeah, I'll probably be a Disney plus, I'm never fucking canceling now that's 181 00:12:20.240 --> 00:12:24.159 I know for a fact. I'm never canceled. Netflix and Disney plus, 182 00:12:24.200 --> 00:12:26.600 yeah, just because Netflix has like the like. I don't watch a lot 183 00:12:26.679 --> 00:12:31.159 on either, but Netflix is like if I want to like a good documentary, 184 00:12:31.240 --> 00:12:33.080 I'm like, Oh, I'm just calling that. It's the place for 185 00:12:33.200 --> 00:12:37.720 documentary documentaries and comedy specials. MMM, they're they're they're doing for Comedians what 186 00:12:37.799 --> 00:12:43.120 comedy central claims to do for Comedians. But they also do some really bad 187 00:12:43.159 --> 00:12:46.559 comedy specials, like the fifteen minute, twenty minute ones that you can watch. 188 00:12:46.679 --> 00:12:48.519 I haven't watched any of those. They're really bad. Like you're like 189 00:12:48.559 --> 00:12:52.320 how did you get this? Yeah, and then the ones they pass up 190 00:12:52.360 --> 00:12:56.840 on to I'm like, fucking Mark Norman, like pitch it the Netflix and 191 00:12:56.879 --> 00:12:58.519 they're like no, I like Mark Norman Special, like that year that came 192 00:12:58.519 --> 00:13:03.480 out was like the best special I'd seen all year. Same Sam Morrel, 193 00:13:03.639 --> 00:13:05.200 same thing, and he pitched in Netflix. They didn't want it, and 194 00:13:05.240 --> 00:13:09.159 I'm like how did you fucking pass on Sam Morrell? I don't like like 195 00:13:09.519 --> 00:13:13.399 that dudes online presence and one that dude crushes on, Tick Tock, and 196 00:13:13.480 --> 00:13:18.559 yeah, Oh, I can imagine. It's insane. How well his shit 197 00:13:18.600 --> 00:13:22.200 does on, Tick Tock. I mean it for them to pass up on 198 00:13:22.279 --> 00:13:24.200 him, it just kind of makes you go okay, so like what do 199 00:13:24.399 --> 00:13:26.720 you yeah, what are you looking for? Yeah, it's one of those 200 00:13:26.720 --> 00:13:28.759 things where you see something bad and you're like, I want to know who 201 00:13:28.759 --> 00:13:33.120 they turned away. And like when I worked at Walmart all the you know, 202 00:13:33.159 --> 00:13:35.080 when I would even do interview some people that we would hire, I'd 203 00:13:35.080 --> 00:13:37.279 be like, okay, who do we say no to? Yeah, because 204 00:13:37.399 --> 00:13:41.480 this guy sucks. And I see some of these specials and I'm like, 205 00:13:41.519 --> 00:13:43.320 well, this is an odd choice for a special. Hohoti. Then you 206 00:13:43.320 --> 00:13:46.000 find out they're saying no to guys like Sam Rel. You're like, okay, 207 00:13:46.000 --> 00:13:50.759 who's WHO's pitching the WHO's picking this year? Yeah, it's weird. 208 00:13:52.039 --> 00:13:54.720 One of my favorite south park episodes where they're trying to pitch their superhero series 209 00:13:54.720 --> 00:13:58.480 to Netflix and the dude, everyone Netflix is just saying yes to everything. 210 00:13:58.519 --> 00:14:03.000 Nowadays, they call hi, thank you. Were calling Netflix your greenlet. 211 00:14:05.200 --> 00:14:07.879 That's fucking funny. Guess are we got? We want to pitch our superhero 212 00:14:07.879 --> 00:14:09.879 series. Okay, do you want to do a pilot or just go full 213 00:14:09.879 --> 00:14:11.919 series? Yaw, was go full series, full series, you got a 214 00:14:11.919 --> 00:14:13.159 man, we can else. You guys want, just whatever you want, 215 00:14:13.240 --> 00:14:16.720 let us know, and that does what I feel like. They just do 216 00:14:16.759 --> 00:14:22.600 whatever. Yeah, I mean they've had obviously they misses, but they've had 217 00:14:22.639 --> 00:14:24.240 like the witcher. Have not watched, nor do I want to watch. 218 00:14:24.240 --> 00:14:28.000 It has never been in the big in the video game, but people like 219 00:14:28.080 --> 00:14:31.639 that. People wanted that show for a while. My mom is never played 220 00:14:31.639 --> 00:14:33.320 a video game in her life. She fucking loves that show. Really. 221 00:14:33.399 --> 00:14:35.840 Yeah, she loves the WITCHER and it's one of them. Like I'm sure 222 00:14:35.840 --> 00:14:39.399 I'd love it if I watched it. I still have time to watch it. 223 00:14:39.519 --> 00:14:43.039 No, I'm going to watch shit that I'm like vested interest have a 224 00:14:43.120 --> 00:14:48.120 vested interest in already. You know, I'll watch something new when all the 225 00:14:48.159 --> 00:14:52.120 shit that I'm watching stops having episodes. Like I kind of want to watch 226 00:14:52.159 --> 00:14:56.720 fucking yellow stone Jes because because I've watched part of one episode, my Grandpa 227 00:14:56.799 --> 00:15:00.639 is like this is actually really good. Oh really, yeah, I'm like 228 00:15:00.960 --> 00:15:03.240 fuck, but it's on paramount plus. But I'm like, I don't fucking 229 00:15:03.279 --> 00:15:07.360 watch, like, like I don't want to buy another one and like watch 230 00:15:07.399 --> 00:15:11.000 all these seasons, but like it's rather that half episode I was like God, 231 00:15:11.600 --> 00:15:18.919 yeah, it's like like it's like unfiltered, like we can do whatever. 232 00:15:18.159 --> 00:15:20.919 Yeah, and that's why I was like, that's why I kind of 233 00:15:20.919 --> 00:15:22.960 TV. I kind of like is like we can do whatever. That's why 234 00:15:22.960 --> 00:15:28.240 I like so I like big mouth and and human resources so much. Is 235 00:15:28.240 --> 00:15:33.840 because they're just it's so unapologetic, but it never feels like edgy for the 236 00:15:33.840 --> 00:15:37.799 sake of being edgy. Yeah, like there's always human resources not not as 237 00:15:37.879 --> 00:15:41.600 much. I think that. I think it kind of goes fifty. But 238 00:15:43.240 --> 00:15:46.080 big mouth it really like it's like ay, everything's fucked up in edgy, 239 00:15:46.120 --> 00:15:48.720 but like there's a point to it all and it's mostly the point. It's 240 00:15:48.840 --> 00:15:54.519 point the ridiculousness of it. But like human resources had an episode about death 241 00:15:54.519 --> 00:15:58.120 and grief. I was sobbing really by the end of it. It was 242 00:15:58.480 --> 00:16:03.000 so well, I'm on like cral fucking wrote this. Jesus, like I 243 00:16:03.039 --> 00:16:07.919 was crying mess at the end of the episode. It was so good. 244 00:16:10.279 --> 00:16:11.679 Yeah, so that's and then also, like Mys, I love a serial 245 00:16:11.759 --> 00:16:15.919 killer, documentaries, till code documentaries. So, I mean, Jesus, 246 00:16:15.080 --> 00:16:21.200 what happened with making a murderer yeah, what a fucking gate world changer that 247 00:16:21.399 --> 00:16:26.720 was. Or Tiger King. That I will not watch tiger king, I 248 00:16:26.759 --> 00:16:29.759 will not make him murderer. Is Good, but it's also one sided. 249 00:16:29.759 --> 00:16:34.799 It. Yeah, any documentaries one sided, but it's like I will not 250 00:16:34.840 --> 00:16:37.320 watch tiger king, nope, yeah, I don't do it. No, 251 00:16:37.559 --> 00:16:42.279 don't do it. And making a murderer like had them open up cases again 252 00:16:42.320 --> 00:16:45.240 and the time of Shit. So it's like that's there's some really good, 253 00:16:45.279 --> 00:16:48.279 like I said, some really crazy cool documentaries on there. I watched the 254 00:16:48.879 --> 00:16:52.879 me and my wife, like my wife doesn't like get in. Like my 255 00:16:52.919 --> 00:16:56.200 wife only likes girly dramas. Okay, Sheha flicks, don't wear girls, 256 00:16:56.200 --> 00:17:00.039 that kind of Shit. Yeah, like straight. She literally went. She's 257 00:17:00.080 --> 00:17:04.079 watching switched that birth right now. I've heard that's good. Actually, she 258 00:17:04.160 --> 00:17:10.440 watched the super lives in the American teenager pass. She just finished that and 259 00:17:10.440 --> 00:17:15.279 I watch his switch at birth. Okay, whatever, right, she likes, 260 00:17:15.359 --> 00:17:17.720 like how do you lose a guy in ten days? At the type 261 00:17:17.720 --> 00:17:22.559 of stuff? She's never really gotten another like mommy anything that like, yeah, 262 00:17:22.799 --> 00:17:25.599 thirteen going on there. It's like, you know what I mean, 263 00:17:25.640 --> 00:17:27.720 chick chick flicks, yeah, I have nothing wrong. It's I don't knock 264 00:17:27.799 --> 00:17:32.559 chickly. There's some really fucking funny chick flicks. I love me and girls. 265 00:17:32.920 --> 00:17:36.160 mean girls is one of those movies. It's a little too relatable for 266 00:17:36.200 --> 00:17:38.359 me. So I have a but I will. It is so fucking quotable. 267 00:17:38.400 --> 00:17:47.079 It's my God, it's so fucking feels like rain. We're fucking I 268 00:17:47.119 --> 00:17:51.400 always, I'm always walking around like you go, Glenn Coco. Yeah, 269 00:17:52.079 --> 00:17:56.720 but the pharmacist and like we finish that and like we started it and we 270 00:17:56.920 --> 00:18:02.079 finished it that day. Oh, really, like seven episodes, Jesus. 271 00:18:02.319 --> 00:18:06.279 Yeah, whereas she was like, I don't. And it's about a guy 272 00:18:06.319 --> 00:18:10.640 like his son dies and it gets murdered. Yeah, he wants to know 273 00:18:10.839 --> 00:18:15.000 why and it's because of an opioid addiction and he's a pharmacist and he started 274 00:18:15.039 --> 00:18:19.839 realizing that, like it's pharmacist and like, you know, he thought everything 275 00:18:19.880 --> 00:18:22.559 was great and grant and all that stuff. And it was in Louisiana. 276 00:18:22.839 --> 00:18:30.400 Yeah, and also you started noticing that like this one doctor was like people 277 00:18:30.400 --> 00:18:33.359 would come in all the time. One doctors prescribed the same drug over and 278 00:18:33.400 --> 00:18:36.759 over and over again, and it just gets it gets crazy, like he 279 00:18:36.920 --> 00:18:38.680 digs into like why, and I how they openated addiction was, like what 280 00:18:38.799 --> 00:18:44.480 pain killers, and like how they were pushed by salesman, like the companies 281 00:18:44.519 --> 00:18:47.319 a lot of the type of stuff. It's so good, but check that 282 00:18:47.400 --> 00:18:52.720 out. It's guys. It makes you pissed off really of like how fucked 283 00:18:52.839 --> 00:18:59.039 up. Like they targeted areas that they knew it would pass, like people 284 00:18:59.039 --> 00:19:02.759 would want. Like it was like, Oh, you have a hundred percent, 285 00:19:02.960 --> 00:19:06.960 like a certain percent more likely to sell more here because the demographic and 286 00:19:07.000 --> 00:19:10.240 so forth, and like and how they, every single one of them, 287 00:19:10.359 --> 00:19:15.839 knew how addictive it was and they still put I can't remember the fucking what 288 00:19:15.880 --> 00:19:19.920 the family's name is, but they it was just pushed and pushed and pushed, 289 00:19:21.359 --> 00:19:23.440 Jesus, and you're like and like and like, as a salesman, 290 00:19:23.440 --> 00:19:26.680 they were like yeah, we're doing we're making boocoo mounts some money. Oh 291 00:19:26.759 --> 00:19:32.079 yeah, like here and I like at some point you find out, and 292 00:19:32.119 --> 00:19:36.680 this do is recording, like you find out the fucking like Louisianna police are 293 00:19:36.759 --> 00:19:41.160 helping this doctor. Some of them are like they're like their security for her 294 00:19:41.200 --> 00:19:48.160 and they know what's going on. It's like you're like what she's Christ like 295 00:19:48.240 --> 00:19:53.880 what's going not Louise, New Orleans police, but you like what a fuck, 296 00:19:53.880 --> 00:19:59.039 and you like all because his son died, because he was killed, 297 00:19:59.119 --> 00:20:04.599 murdered for the drugs. And like there's a there's is a Gordon Ramsey dock. 298 00:20:04.680 --> 00:20:10.039 I wish they would put on somewhere where he was trying to find out, 299 00:20:10.079 --> 00:20:17.319 like what makes shark fin soup such a hot commodity, and he don't 300 00:20:17.359 --> 00:20:19.160 know. I Like I've seen the whole thing as I haven't posted, but 301 00:20:19.160 --> 00:20:23.599 basically, like he starts finding out really quick like there's like some mafio so 302 00:20:23.759 --> 00:20:30.160 shit surrounding the shark fin trade. Really, because the more he goes to, 303 00:20:30.240 --> 00:20:32.880 because he's just trying to find out about it from a culinary standpoint, 304 00:20:32.920 --> 00:20:37.400 that he goes try some is like he's like the broth is good, but 305 00:20:37.559 --> 00:20:40.359 the shark fin doesn't add anything to it, like why is this such a 306 00:20:40.559 --> 00:20:44.119 and the more he starts to dig and find out about like the more dangerous 307 00:20:44.119 --> 00:20:47.720 it gets for him to like at one point he's trying to go talk to 308 00:20:47.759 --> 00:20:49.640 this guy and like the locals are telling him, like you need to get 309 00:20:49.680 --> 00:20:52.200 the fuck out of here, like they know you're here, they know what 310 00:20:52.240 --> 00:20:56.559 you're looking into, they will fucking kill you. Oh Wow, and I 311 00:20:56.599 --> 00:20:59.920 wish, I don't know that anybody, I wish they would post this thing 312 00:21:00.160 --> 00:21:03.599 on Netflix or something, because it's it's if you can find clips of it 313 00:21:03.640 --> 00:21:07.480 on Youtube and just the clips alone, you're like, Holy Shit, and 314 00:21:07.680 --> 00:21:11.720 shark fins. Yeah, well, because, like don't you can you see 315 00:21:11.759 --> 00:21:15.200 about like that whatever, that Shit, that show was on, like National 316 00:21:15.359 --> 00:21:18.599 Geographic, the guys who were going out and stop in the the shark fishers 317 00:21:18.720 --> 00:21:22.240 or whatever. Yeah, it's kind of like those guys. It's like we're 318 00:21:22.240 --> 00:21:26.200 the were they were the green piece or whoever the fuck they were. Guys 319 00:21:26.279 --> 00:21:32.240 being Dick's. Yeah, they were. But also like these companies that are 320 00:21:32.240 --> 00:21:36.480 that are farming shark fins basically are because all they're doing is catching the sharks, 321 00:21:36.480 --> 00:21:38.400 cutting the fins off and throwing the fuck back in the water and die, 322 00:21:38.720 --> 00:21:45.079 which is fucked. Yeah, and the weird and right now they're listening 323 00:21:45.079 --> 00:21:47.000 to US talking about it and they're like what, we got a silence. 324 00:21:47.000 --> 00:21:52.599 These to motherfuckers fucking it's weird. It's weird interesting, like how companies will 325 00:21:52.599 --> 00:21:55.880 push it and you don't think about like lexic core, yeah, owns like 326 00:21:55.960 --> 00:22:00.160 all glasses. They own like all of them. Yeah, except, like, 327 00:22:00.240 --> 00:22:03.160 I think, one point, camemart, which Camart doesn't really exist anymore, 328 00:22:03.160 --> 00:22:06.319 and then Walmart. That's why Walmart glasses are cheaper. Yeah, it's 329 00:22:06.400 --> 00:22:10.279 because, like, because they own all the manufacturers, all the brands. 330 00:22:10.359 --> 00:22:12.559 At the end of the day, they all go back, but they put 331 00:22:12.640 --> 00:22:17.799 them under subsidiaries. Yeah, subsidiaries where it's like yeah, but like he's 332 00:22:17.799 --> 00:22:19.720 like, well, that's a monopoly. Will Lux core owns this company and 333 00:22:19.759 --> 00:22:23.039 this company and this company and this Tampony. You're like that's nice and fucking 334 00:22:23.039 --> 00:22:26.559 there. No, it's not, because that's why the price of glasses is 335 00:22:26.599 --> 00:22:29.640 so fucking high. That's why I get my glasses from Zenny. And they're 336 00:22:29.640 --> 00:22:30.920 not a conswer, I'm just the fan, I'm just a face. was 337 00:22:30.960 --> 00:22:34.319 seriously, I mean the sponsor anyways, but I've asked. I said no, 338 00:22:36.440 --> 00:22:37.960 that'st twice, but Noo. But I'm still going to fucking use them 339 00:22:38.000 --> 00:22:42.599 because for fifty bucks I got glasses to fit my prescription that are blu ray 340 00:22:42.720 --> 00:22:48.079 or blue ray, blue light and resistant. They really a smartly ray smart 341 00:22:48.119 --> 00:22:52.359 glasses. Their their blue light filtered with the Anti Glare and the anti scratch 342 00:22:52.400 --> 00:22:55.599 and they were fifty bucks. Yeah, I've got another pair coming because he's 343 00:22:55.599 --> 00:22:59.839 ones a little bit too small. But that's why people are going to sites 344 00:22:59.920 --> 00:23:04.240 like that, because going to buy frames new glasses at an eye doctor or 345 00:23:04.279 --> 00:23:07.400 an Otarger, wherever your look, even after assurance you look, going to 346 00:23:07.400 --> 00:23:14.200 spend like two, three hundred bucks. You like saying it's fucking ridiculous, 347 00:23:14.440 --> 00:23:18.680 absolutely fucking ridiculous. But yeah, said pharmacist. Watch it like, Oh, 348 00:23:18.720 --> 00:23:22.400 we never, we've never finished something that fast. Really, that set 349 00:23:22.559 --> 00:23:26.599 with her because she can't sit down and watch something like hour and a half. 350 00:23:26.640 --> 00:23:29.680 Mostly. Yeah, that's a high as a like long as she'll go. 351 00:23:30.720 --> 00:23:33.039 But it's like you dig into it. At the end you're your fucking 352 00:23:33.559 --> 00:23:40.839 pisses. You're like, yeah, we cause this complete pent like epidemic is 353 00:23:40.839 --> 00:23:44.480 is. I think that's the mark of an made that's the mark of a 354 00:23:44.480 --> 00:23:48.240 good documentary. If it makes you question if they've done a good day. 355 00:23:48.279 --> 00:23:52.039 You know they've done a good job making their case if it makes you re 356 00:23:52.119 --> 00:23:56.119 examine your own life. Yeah, what and like it's one of those things 357 00:23:56.200 --> 00:23:57.759 like you get like it's like yeah, that makes sense, like drugs, 358 00:23:57.839 --> 00:24:03.119 like drug companies push this. Yeah, and like you kind of think that 359 00:24:03.160 --> 00:24:04.640 they kind of had a know, but then you didn't realize how much they 360 00:24:04.680 --> 00:24:11.640 actually knew and you're like, you mother fuckers. It's like, Oh, 361 00:24:11.799 --> 00:24:14.680 I sell. You'll died because of that. So many people have lies been 362 00:24:14.799 --> 00:24:18.599 ruined because you wanted to make money. fucking and I think they got fined, 363 00:24:19.839 --> 00:24:25.759 like yeah, Bait find and, which they recouped in a month, 364 00:24:25.799 --> 00:24:30.599 and but it took them years to admit it. That like they were like, 365 00:24:30.640 --> 00:24:32.480 I mean, you can look at this stuff now that like, yeah, 366 00:24:32.519 --> 00:24:34.960 we knew it was addictive. Yeah, you're like now it's out there 367 00:24:36.640 --> 00:24:38.680 and it's that. That's one of those conspiracy theories your people talk about all 368 00:24:38.720 --> 00:24:41.039 the time. It's like they know they're pushing poison. Yeah, no shit, 369 00:24:41.160 --> 00:24:45.640 yeah, yeah, we know. You know, sometimes it feels like 370 00:24:45.720 --> 00:24:51.000 life really gives you the raw deal. So give yourself some raw comfort in 371 00:24:51.039 --> 00:24:56.119 the form of edible cookie dough from dope. Dope is committed to reducing the 372 00:24:56.119 --> 00:25:00.279 stigmas around mental health and addiction recovery, while making the world a little sweeter 373 00:25:00.319 --> 00:25:06.440 one spoonful at a time. 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Hallai. Yeah, get out of Hawaii, Dude. Away tweets 383 00:26:00.839 --> 00:26:03.799 like it's my day in a tweet. Tweet is like you're if you live 384 00:26:03.799 --> 00:26:10.880 in a why your chance of getting a salt divite Ezra Miller are never zero. 385 00:26:12.119 --> 00:26:17.079 They're higher than they probably should be. Honestly, how is he still 386 00:26:17.079 --> 00:26:18.519 have a job? I don't know what is any may so I haven't read 387 00:26:18.559 --> 00:26:22.960 into I just hike heard about it like what's happened. Both Times it hasn't 388 00:26:22.000 --> 00:26:26.640 really been super clear. Just one of them was like he was like stalking 389 00:26:26.640 --> 00:26:30.000 this couple. There was the one from like last year where he choked out 390 00:26:30.039 --> 00:26:34.359 that fan of the bar and like body slamder and shit on the ground. 391 00:26:34.599 --> 00:26:37.400 Well, and then there's this one where it was was this one was for 392 00:26:37.440 --> 00:26:41.279 assault, like I think you beat the crap out of somebody, Chokeslam to 393 00:26:41.359 --> 00:26:45.680 fan. Yeah, it was like a how's your self a job? I 394 00:26:45.799 --> 00:26:52.559 don't that's kind of everyone's big question right now because like this keeps happening, 395 00:26:52.599 --> 00:26:53.960 and I think a lot of us do the fact that they've been trying to 396 00:26:55.000 --> 00:26:59.759 get this fucking flash movie out for years and I think they're trying to just 397 00:27:00.000 --> 00:27:03.839 it to the other side of it because, like everyone keeps saying, like 398 00:27:03.119 --> 00:27:07.920 look, you're using this movie to fucking reset Shit Anyway, reset him, 399 00:27:07.960 --> 00:27:11.720 like have him turn into the guy from the TV show or some other actor 400 00:27:11.799 --> 00:27:18.680 or something. Yeah, because people are looking at this while we're also you 401 00:27:18.720 --> 00:27:22.799 got the Johnny Depp Amber heard thing is in court now and all the shit 402 00:27:22.839 --> 00:27:27.680 with JK Rowling and and you know her bullshit. It just the crap she 403 00:27:27.720 --> 00:27:32.680 says online, all the antitran stuff on all that. People are kind of 404 00:27:32.680 --> 00:27:36.440 looking at warner brothers right now like fuck are you guys doing? HMM. 405 00:27:36.480 --> 00:27:40.519 But also they are now, as of this past week, under new ownership 406 00:27:41.799 --> 00:27:45.599 ATNT, sold into discovery. HMM, and now they're own by distance. 407 00:27:45.680 --> 00:27:52.079 Now the companies now like Warner discovery media or something like that, which made 408 00:27:52.079 --> 00:27:56.200 for one of the best jokes ever from John Oliver. But yeah, everyone's 409 00:27:56.279 --> 00:27:59.559 kind of look at warnbrows right now like you guys going to say something, 410 00:27:59.559 --> 00:28:02.519 you're going to do something here, because this shit just keeps fucking happening. 411 00:28:02.920 --> 00:28:07.640 I mean he's also in the new fantastic beast movie that just came out. 412 00:28:07.480 --> 00:28:11.160 How does he still I don't know. I didn't know about any. I 413 00:28:11.200 --> 00:28:12.440 just heard about these twos. I don't know it. And the fan and 414 00:28:12.480 --> 00:28:15.480 slam and I do. What I do want to point out I apparently I 415 00:28:15.480 --> 00:28:18.680 just found this out today and I've already fucked it up. Apparently, as 416 00:28:18.680 --> 00:28:26.599 we're Miller prefers they then pronouns. So sorry, didn't know that. ASSHOLE. 417 00:28:26.640 --> 00:28:30.359 I like asshole. I think that's also good. A good wants more 418 00:28:30.359 --> 00:28:33.359 of a now, and but I think it works good label for as Ramel. 419 00:28:33.480 --> 00:28:36.880 My bad. No pronouns, Pronoun Asshole. Yeah, just you're just 420 00:28:36.880 --> 00:28:41.200 an asshole. Trans Jroke is, like they try. Thought was really good 421 00:28:41.240 --> 00:28:45.119 at Trans Drugs, like I really appreciate my trans friends. Without them I 422 00:28:45.119 --> 00:28:48.279 wouldn't know how to use a pronoun. It's like, I wish that. 423 00:28:48.519 --> 00:28:51.720 What the Fuck's did? I thought was good, like I'm trying to come 424 00:28:51.759 --> 00:28:55.680 out a good trans joke. That's not like transphobic or and yeah, what 425 00:28:55.920 --> 00:28:59.519 is it? As R Miller was a pussy. That's that's what it is. 426 00:29:02.079 --> 00:29:04.200 Let's see, Ezra Miller was was born male, but is a giant 427 00:29:04.200 --> 00:29:07.839 pussy. Yet. That's a good one. I don't know. That's true. 428 00:29:07.960 --> 00:29:11.880 Now it's fucking true. I'm here all fucking wait. Yeah, so 429 00:29:11.440 --> 00:29:15.559 article here. He was arrested for the second time in a month. parmind 430 00:29:15.559 --> 00:29:19.279 he just got arrested the last month. It was taken into custody around thirty 431 00:29:19.319 --> 00:29:26.119 am on Tuesday following an incident at a home in Panoa police of the actor 432 00:29:26.200 --> 00:29:30.400 became irate and threw a chair at a woman when asked to leave an acquaintances 433 00:29:30.400 --> 00:29:34.200 home. The twenty six year old woman reportedly experienced a half inch cut on 434 00:29:34.240 --> 00:29:41.240 her forehead following the incident, and police determined that Miller, who said to 435 00:29:41.079 --> 00:29:45.759 you to be visiting from Vermont at the time of the previous incident, was 436 00:29:45.799 --> 00:29:48.680 agitated while other patrons sang karaoke at a bar. He was reported to have 437 00:29:48.759 --> 00:29:52.559 yelled of sinities and grabbed a microphone from a twenty three year old woman who 438 00:29:52.599 --> 00:29:55.119 was singing at the time, leading to a disorderly conduct charge. That's the 439 00:29:55.119 --> 00:29:59.400 one from a little bit ago. He also reportedly lunge the thirty two year 440 00:29:59.400 --> 00:30:02.880 old man who was playing darts at the time, leading to the harassment charge. 441 00:30:03.839 --> 00:30:07.839 He just is racking this shit up left and right. Drunk, I 442 00:30:07.839 --> 00:30:14.240 guess these keep happening that drunk, and it just it just seems like Ezra 443 00:30:14.400 --> 00:30:18.759 Miller's got some shit that he needs to fucking deal with and war but at 444 00:30:18.799 --> 00:30:25.000 the same time like okay, but Warner Brothers needs to make a decision here, 445 00:30:25.200 --> 00:30:27.279 because he's about, as were Miller. He's doing this shit and then 446 00:30:27.640 --> 00:30:32.240 is about to get rewarded with a big fucking warner brothers paycheck. Yeah, 447 00:30:32.599 --> 00:30:37.720 so probably his last one after this. Yeah, well, and to speak 448 00:30:37.759 --> 00:30:41.319 to that, I mean discovery, Warner Discovery. Their new bosses have said 449 00:30:41.359 --> 00:30:47.680 they're already like looking at the current state of Warner Brothers, specifically with DC, 450 00:30:48.519 --> 00:30:52.119 and appear to be very pro sack Snyder. Good. Yeah, they 451 00:30:52.160 --> 00:30:56.640 said that they are there. Really they want to focus when it comes to 452 00:30:56.680 --> 00:31:00.519 DC and things like that. They want to focus on more of like they're, 453 00:31:00.640 --> 00:31:03.359 I think they called them, like the ones that have like the most 454 00:31:03.359 --> 00:31:07.400 potential in them, and they cited like the Snyder verse and Batman, Be 455 00:31:07.519 --> 00:31:11.359 Superman and snyders. Some one's the good ones. Yeah, which is interesting. 456 00:31:11.480 --> 00:31:15.440 I'll be really interested to see what had because there they said that they 457 00:31:15.440 --> 00:31:18.720 want to get back to the original plan, which was to have somebody in 458 00:31:18.759 --> 00:31:23.160 place, like a Kevin Figgy, who's there to oversee everything and let them 459 00:31:23.200 --> 00:31:27.599 just kind of handle it, as opposed to this whole movie by committee bullshit 460 00:31:27.640 --> 00:31:33.880 that Warner Brothers does. They start all over again? I don't know. 461 00:31:33.519 --> 00:31:37.839 I mean this new flash point one would makes would make it. Yeah sense, 462 00:31:37.920 --> 00:31:41.920 but it's like what do you yeah, the St Start all over well, 463 00:31:42.000 --> 00:31:45.599 and then you've got the Batman, which is crossed. Seven hundred and 464 00:31:45.640 --> 00:31:49.759 fifty million is still showing in select theaters and is now crushing on Hbo Max. 465 00:31:49.880 --> 00:31:52.640 Is it really crushing on that? You? That's what I'm hearing. 466 00:31:52.720 --> 00:31:55.319 Yeah, it has only been out on the few days, but I've been 467 00:31:55.359 --> 00:31:59.160 watching at a shitload. Watched you, I will, because it dropped on 468 00:31:59.200 --> 00:32:02.160 Monday and I had a surprisingly busy as slow Monday, so I just had 469 00:32:02.200 --> 00:32:07.599 it playing on my laptop like all day. So I got like three times 470 00:32:07.599 --> 00:32:09.039 through at work and then when I came home and made dinner, I watched 471 00:32:09.039 --> 00:32:13.119 it while I had dinner and I've watted. Today's the first day I haven't 472 00:32:13.160 --> 00:32:15.920 watched it, just because I was at a friends getting baked all day. 473 00:32:16.039 --> 00:32:22.079 No hashtag twenty four. Oh Yeah, says more twenty. I forgot about 474 00:32:22.079 --> 00:32:24.000 that Shit. But yeah, so you've got that, you've got like joker, 475 00:32:24.000 --> 00:32:28.400 which was, you know, made over a billion, I think, 476 00:32:28.480 --> 00:32:34.960 or came close to it billion, and Got Oscar Pole, I mean fucking 477 00:32:34.960 --> 00:32:37.599 Phoenix one, the fucking Oscar for it. That thing is funny. The 478 00:32:37.720 --> 00:32:40.440 but the to like DC movies that have nothing to do with the DC universe. 479 00:32:40.480 --> 00:32:45.519 They connected. Wise, yeah, have crushed. I see. Yeah, 480 00:32:45.519 --> 00:32:49.480 so I don't know if they're going to just say fuck it, let's 481 00:32:49.519 --> 00:32:53.960 just do these want these one off character pieces and just let because that's where 482 00:32:53.960 --> 00:32:59.559 they're doing well right now. I don't know, it's hard to say what 483 00:32:59.599 --> 00:33:04.559 it's like. When they did Snyder's that was their whole like their whole thing 484 00:33:04.599 --> 00:33:07.519 to get back at marvel was like have their own universe. Is just wasn't 485 00:33:07.599 --> 00:33:10.799 like done correctly at all. No, because they didn't have a Kevin figing. 486 00:33:10.920 --> 00:33:16.839 Yeah, They Warner Brothers who had their their committee controlling everything and they 487 00:33:16.839 --> 00:33:21.160 didn't have a plan. They brought in Scott Snyder at one point, who's 488 00:33:21.200 --> 00:33:23.240 a comic book writer. Yeah, he's an amazing car or not. His 489 00:33:23.359 --> 00:33:28.480 sticks got slider. Jeff John's to who? Jeff John's like came with up 490 00:33:28.519 --> 00:33:30.119 with the whole like new fifty two reboot thing and all that. Like he's 491 00:33:30.160 --> 00:33:34.079 a fucking comic book Deity. Yeah, the guy doesn't know how to guy 492 00:33:34.119 --> 00:33:37.000 doesn't work in movies, though. Yeah, and he didn't stick around very 493 00:33:37.000 --> 00:33:40.599 long. Pretty much once the Ben Affleck Shit went south is when he pieced 494 00:33:40.640 --> 00:33:45.680 out. So, but yeah, I got there's been so only that. 495 00:33:45.759 --> 00:33:50.160 Like I just think is, like do they put these people under contracts to 496 00:33:50.359 --> 00:33:53.640 like all the actors under contracts? I don't think so that's where you fuck 497 00:33:53.720 --> 00:33:57.839 up. Yeah, because you don't have them under a contract. Yeah, 498 00:33:57.920 --> 00:34:01.279 like I mean like everybody was signed under a contract with fucking marvel. HMM, 499 00:34:01.279 --> 00:34:04.759 everybody. Like, I think will evans is like what, seven movies, 500 00:34:04.799 --> 00:34:07.279 so vies, I can't remember. And they let some of them out. 501 00:34:07.279 --> 00:34:08.840 They put that in there in a clock because like Hugo weaving, when 502 00:34:08.840 --> 00:34:12.760 he signed on to the Red Red Skull, he signed on for like extra 503 00:34:12.920 --> 00:34:15.639 review. He hated it, didn't want to come out. They just said, 504 00:34:15.679 --> 00:34:19.000 okay, fine. All the contract really does is let him say like 505 00:34:19.039 --> 00:34:20.719 Hey, look, if we want to use you, we're going to fucking 506 00:34:20.840 --> 00:34:24.000 use you. But yeah, but like everyone, like his people were saying 507 00:34:24.000 --> 00:34:27.559 all the time about Tom Holland, like is he going to come back as 508 00:34:27.599 --> 00:34:30.280 spider man after I think it was after whatever, like end, and came 509 00:34:30.280 --> 00:34:32.239 out or something or no way home, because they weren't sure. Like what 510 00:34:32.320 --> 00:34:36.440 county? If he signed on for x number of movies, what counts as 511 00:34:36.480 --> 00:34:38.800 one of those movies? Does supporting role in endgame count? Yeah, you 512 00:34:38.840 --> 00:34:44.239 know. So. Yeah, DC, as far as I know, is 513 00:34:44.280 --> 00:34:49.920 never signed anyone to their under contracts. But also you got to remember is 514 00:34:49.960 --> 00:34:54.360 like Marvel has its own movie studio. That's true. DC doesn't. Everything's 515 00:34:54.360 --> 00:35:00.119 done on Warner Brothers back on back lot. So I don't know. I've 516 00:35:00.159 --> 00:35:04.079 been suggesting for a while that DC just needs to get over they that, 517 00:35:04.280 --> 00:35:09.679 like somebody needs to just buy DC off of Warner brothers, because they still 518 00:35:09.679 --> 00:35:13.559 see to be handling it very well. Like let somebody else handle it. 519 00:35:13.639 --> 00:35:16.519 But also like Warner Bros in Disney or the two big ones, like who 520 00:35:16.559 --> 00:35:20.599 the fuck else is gonna be able to buy that off Warner Brothers again? 521 00:35:20.679 --> 00:35:24.000 Let that shit go now. Makes them too much fucking money. No, 522 00:35:24.079 --> 00:35:29.360 I don't. It's a very interesting there's so much potentially because you have like 523 00:35:29.400 --> 00:35:34.239 like Batman, such like a big character, superman, such a big character, 524 00:35:34.679 --> 00:35:37.400 and then not be able to put them and I like that. But 525 00:35:37.440 --> 00:35:43.119 like, if you look at I feel like Justice League, if you look 526 00:35:43.159 --> 00:35:46.480 at it from like perspective of WHO's a better comic. Wise I like Justice 527 00:35:46.519 --> 00:35:50.559 League more than like the Avengers, right. Does that makes sense? No, 528 00:35:50.719 --> 00:35:52.960 yeah, I think it's written better. Like I think the overall just 529 00:35:53.400 --> 00:35:58.960 chemistry is better in the sense like you have that more of like Batman really 530 00:35:59.119 --> 00:36:01.440 hates as always, really hated superman. Yeah, in the sense that he 531 00:36:01.480 --> 00:36:05.519 fears every like. It just it made more sense. But how can you 532 00:36:05.559 --> 00:36:07.400 not? It was great in the comment. How can I put it together 533 00:36:07.440 --> 00:36:13.400 on screen? Yeah, it. You've got decades of groundwork laid exactly. 534 00:36:13.599 --> 00:36:17.519 And it and I again, I know that movie had like everything working against 535 00:36:17.559 --> 00:36:21.639 it, but it's just like, how do you fuck up that bad? 536 00:36:22.199 --> 00:36:24.239 It's I don't understand how that's even possible. Fuck it up bad and he 537 00:36:24.360 --> 00:36:29.480 kicked a directors made anything good. Yeah. Well, I was talking with 538 00:36:29.480 --> 00:36:32.360 with my with my buddy today about like the watchman movie. It's like that's 539 00:36:32.400 --> 00:36:37.280 another one that like, you watch the right the original one, it's fine, 540 00:36:37.360 --> 00:36:40.840 but then you watched Snyder's version and it's immensely better. It's just keeps 541 00:36:40.880 --> 00:36:45.760 fucking happening. Just let the Guy Go, just let him go. That 542 00:36:45.840 --> 00:36:47.199 I'm Stephen King it. Just do what do you exactly? Yeah, well, 543 00:36:47.199 --> 00:36:54.280 know, because then you get what is it? Maximum overdrive? Do 544 00:36:54.320 --> 00:36:58.400 Your see that one? Yeah, that was the one Stephen King movie that 545 00:36:58.480 --> 00:37:02.360 Stephen King directed and it's called maximum over drive. That saying is Stephen King. 546 00:37:02.440 --> 00:37:06.159 They just like at some point they just stopped editing him. Yeah, 547 00:37:06.440 --> 00:37:08.760 just right, like that's what I meant on that is, like just let 548 00:37:08.760 --> 00:37:13.639 fucking Snyder do whatever. Yeah, he knows how to make a fucking movie. 549 00:37:13.800 --> 00:37:17.039 Knows what the fuck he's doing. Yeah, again, like look at 550 00:37:17.079 --> 00:37:22.599 how, like people rallied around the Snyder cuts so hard that when the pandemic 551 00:37:22.679 --> 00:37:25.760 hit and Warner Rose was looking for shit to do, they're like fine, 552 00:37:25.880 --> 00:37:29.719 fuck it, here, go get it over with. And I and they 553 00:37:29.760 --> 00:37:34.079 were think they were counting on it to not work and it fucking cry and 554 00:37:34.159 --> 00:37:36.960 they're like God, Damn it, with it me. And it didn't seem 555 00:37:36.960 --> 00:37:40.320 long. It didn't it. It was again just like with like BBS, 556 00:37:40.559 --> 00:37:47.000 like it's paste differently. The scenes are just more interesting. It's it's just 557 00:37:47.079 --> 00:37:50.679 it was just a breaking it up in the chunks to it. I heard 558 00:37:50.679 --> 00:37:52.760 everybody did not like the Justice League period movie, so I never watched the 559 00:37:52.800 --> 00:37:57.679 like I said, Iver Watch the original. So like I'll never watch it. 560 00:37:57.960 --> 00:38:00.320 And I gotta say one thing. There was a dude walking like down 561 00:38:00.360 --> 00:38:04.599 there to have like a sword. Yeah, no, I see him around. 562 00:38:04.639 --> 00:38:07.079 Okay, yeah, okay, he's just the I don't know if he 563 00:38:07.199 --> 00:38:09.480 lives somewhere around here. I don't know if he's a homeless guy that made 564 00:38:09.480 --> 00:38:13.400 his way up here. I see him everyone for a while sword. I 565 00:38:13.440 --> 00:38:17.159 don't bother him because he has a sword. Like I'm like what the fuck? 566 00:38:17.199 --> 00:38:20.400 Part of me wants to stop and say hi and ask what's up. 567 00:38:20.440 --> 00:38:22.800 Part of me is like MMM, I got it's like Larpe is if thin 568 00:38:22.880 --> 00:38:27.519 the larping or is it literally just a sword, like he's the fan of 569 00:38:27.559 --> 00:38:29.880 swords. Yeah, like I was like, what the fuck? Some guys 570 00:38:29.880 --> 00:38:32.039 walk around with Yoyo, some guys walk around a cigarettes. This guy walks 571 00:38:32.079 --> 00:38:35.760 around with a little sword. Sorry, I had to bring up and to 572 00:38:35.920 --> 00:38:37.880 second thing I want to bring up. It's like, I still think one 573 00:38:37.880 --> 00:38:40.519 of the coolest like clips have ever seen, and it was on tick tock 574 00:38:40.639 --> 00:38:45.480 or whatever. Is the comedian going after the director. Have you seen that? 575 00:38:45.800 --> 00:38:49.599 No, means like like goes after not goes after him. He's like, 576 00:38:50.320 --> 00:38:52.239 he's like all, your name is that? Like what do you do? 577 00:38:52.840 --> 00:38:54.760 You've never seen this video? Oh, we're the guy finds out it's 578 00:38:54.760 --> 00:39:00.679 sneck Snyder. Yeah, is like what what famous? What famous tractor? 579 00:39:00.719 --> 00:39:04.199 Do you know? That same Zach and he's like Zack snyner he's like, 580 00:39:04.280 --> 00:39:09.960 yeah, that's that's me. He's like, I mean, are you looking 581 00:39:09.960 --> 00:39:15.320 for a robin? I do remember that. Yeah, it's kind of cool. 582 00:39:15.360 --> 00:39:17.159 Gives you like an idea of like he didn't take him like Zack Snyder 583 00:39:17.199 --> 00:39:21.760 doesn't take himself seriously either in that situation. He seems like the kind of 584 00:39:21.760 --> 00:39:23.239 guy like he knows what kind of movies he makes. Yeah, that's why 585 00:39:23.239 --> 00:39:27.679 he keeps smoking. And he's his wife's is producer. Yeah, and she 586 00:39:27.719 --> 00:39:30.639 knows. She's like, yeah, that's the Shit we make. You like 587 00:39:30.719 --> 00:39:32.880 it? Cool, you know what's still going to make money. So we're 588 00:39:32.880 --> 00:39:36.480 still gonna go make another one ice. I always love that clips. I 589 00:39:36.480 --> 00:39:37.599 saw that clip the other day. I was like that's so far the great 590 00:39:37.639 --> 00:39:44.559 fucking clip. He mean me and that like that comic and being like I 591 00:39:44.599 --> 00:39:47.199 just fucked up, I just really fucked up. I think you like selfied 592 00:39:47.199 --> 00:39:51.079 with him after the show. Yeah, because, again, like Zack Snyder, 593 00:39:51.159 --> 00:39:54.400 he's he knows what the fuck's up. Yeah, he has the Internet 594 00:39:54.480 --> 00:40:00.320 it. Yeah. Yeah, so I'll be curious to see what they decide 595 00:40:00.360 --> 00:40:05.719 to do, because the flash is supposed to come out like the summer and 596 00:40:06.159 --> 00:40:09.239 I don't know, I don't know. I just pray to God it's not 597 00:40:09.280 --> 00:40:14.400 really I just a flash in a pan. That's the movie. It's like 598 00:40:14.440 --> 00:40:20.119 thirty seconds like that was weird, but whatever. You know, sometimes it 599 00:40:20.119 --> 00:40:23.280 feels like life really gives you the raw deal. So give yourself some raw 600 00:40:23.360 --> 00:40:29.320 comfort in the form of edible cookie dough from dope. Dope is committed to 601 00:40:29.360 --> 00:40:34.280 reducing the stigmas around mental health and addiction recovery, while making the world a 602 00:40:34.320 --> 00:40:38.599 little sweeter one spoonful at a time. 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I said, hey, 621 00:42:10.119 --> 00:42:13.760 you need a lift. She got right in the show. Noticed store. 622 00:42:13.920 --> 00:42:17.840 No, she doesn't know the story. She watched the Jeff, basically 623 00:42:17.880 --> 00:42:27.639 the Zodiac killer, as a happy ending. Really do that the first time? 624 00:42:27.719 --> 00:42:30.360 I did it? Or did you use that before? It works like 625 00:42:30.400 --> 00:42:35.840 a charm. Oh, okay, cap what? She's done it multiple times. 626 00:42:35.960 --> 00:42:38.920 I would also look to point out his wife is fourteen years his junior. 627 00:42:39.320 --> 00:42:43.880 Oh my God, so he saw he saw a woman that was fourteen 628 00:42:43.960 --> 00:42:46.119 years younger than it was. Like, I'm going to slash her fucking tire 629 00:42:46.119 --> 00:42:50.760 when he let the Arab tires because, sence, she'll have nowhere to go 630 00:42:50.840 --> 00:42:52.679 and she'll have to ride in the car with me. 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