Bryan Cranston joins Adam for a 1-on-1 interview in Part 2 of today’s podcast. Adam begins by asking Bryan about going public with his Coronavirus diagnosis and helping people by donating blood platelets. Bryan then talks to Adam about the process of choosing which films he wants to do, as well as what he learned from his parents, and measuring success by simply being a working actor. Sonny then gets a chance to ask Bryan questions about ‘Breaking Bad’ and ‘Better Call Saul’, and Bryan asks Sonny questions about his own career aspirations. Other topics of conversation include the evolution of entertaining TV shows, how therapy has helped him, and Bryan’s thoughts on self-esteem. As the show wraps up, they talk about Bryan’s work as a writer and producer, and his new film, ‘The One and Only Ivan’. Please support today’s sponsors: ZipRecruiter.com/ADAM MadisonReedMr.com enter ADAM BetOnline.AG enter PODCASTONE Lifelock.com enter ADAM OmegaXL.com/ADAM Netsuite.com/ADAM SimpliSafe.com/ADAM
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bad little company to have. Is it now having we're having a big bash? Is gonna? Be a thousand people too eight were celebrating my birthday late, no masks, nothing we're all just gonna dive into the cove it are covered, filled pool. I speak in a covert failed. I You tell me this is true, but I was speaking of you as a hero earlier in the pot gas, which is you can try did the disease you did not tell, anybody, I mean in the media and go public with it, and then you went to donate platelets to help others I've got this disease and then went public when it was suggested that you could help get more people to donate. If you got the word out. Yeah you're, nothing, not the name drop but my wife and I are friends with Tom and Rita and when they contracted it in March, we were surprised and we are in contact with
famine and then all of a sudden, just after they got it, we got it was weird and and came out with it, and I think by him doing so. It was great people of sudden when, when it began, Tom Hanks got it, so anyone can get it and I think, really paid more attention to it. Certainly more than you know they would be getting information from the White House, and then so I didn't feel it was any need to have another. Let me say I add a too so I didn't say anything, and Tom told me he was donating plasma and I thought how can you give me the name any city? I hears a name, and so I started donating plasma. I'm doing it again for the third time next week and While I was doing it was a new experience for me you're sitting in this really comfortable chair for about an hour you're watching a screen, television body a movie or whatever. And
and their drawing blood out of you out of you and putting it into centrifuge. It spins out the plasma than puts the platelets bat and blood black back into your system. So at an and the result is this: big pact is too big packages of liquid gold man, it's beautiful and then he said it really helps those who have it to fight it off and then part of part of that plasma donation goes to the real. Labs. So it's like well. This is the thing I have to do. It's not even a question, so I was videotaping it in the phlebotomy said
I remember the last time you hear you videotaped nicety articles. Would you post that, because our donor list has dropped off considerably and we are hoping that maybe we can get more donors and like in a what there is. There is a good reason to out myself and say I had it and if you had it and got through to the other side and healthy now, then maybe I consider that so that was the whole. How does the process work with the platelets? Is it blood out blood in the area? It literally pulling about pushing it back into a separate. No, it's the same One and actually there taking plasma from me, so they pull out the plasma? That's where the you know the antibodies live in the plasma and then the platelets go at, which is basically your blood cells go back into your system, but it's I guess they. They draw out the blood
at a certain point than it stops than they pushed back in M. Actually, not sure. I'm gonna ask that next time a man do next week and you have to wait. You said so much time to do it again because, like I used to give blood on a regular basis, get away like seven weeks or x, amount of time in between sessions- I don't know, protocol is for the platelets? Are the plasma the pleasant day the people who have
had covered nineteen who no longer infected but have the anti bodies like myself will either get a phone call if they want you to come back in or a letter saying thanks, but no thanks, you're you're, you're plasma is no longer needed for us, because the anybody has has diminished to a point where it is not as helpful anymore so vague. I they called me and said you're still good. So if you like come back in as it let's do it and that's it's like about every three to four we how did dead, that this disease are called a disease, sir, but then covered ninety had it manifests itself with you and your wife how what were the symptoms? did you feel it immediately. I didn't I caught it from my wife. She got at first in my she's, a very disease woman,
So why do you have that much sexual Tom Hanks and eventually you're, going to have sure I can be the first person to tell you it had said it's about now limit for yeah yeah. I his funny. You know how do you get you have whenever blood. Remember how the nurse tichenor or the nurse is seven and she's going down a list of things like do every is intervening. Drugs right, travel that Haiti yet have you ever travelled to Haiti. Have you ever had sex with a man before nineteen. Eighty five and I always go- wait. Nineteen eighty five relatives and know that Arafat, not just a mass of them no, my we were very lucky Adam. We had about
two days or so of you know that tentative feeling you have went up. You ve like a flu is coming on. Your whole body feels a little eighty and you feel weak. Oh, I had that for days, and then I had a temperature of ninety nine point: eight for three hours. Then the next day that was gone, and I have one more day I've just kind of feel low. But not enough to stay in bed. I was up and walking around, but just I felt like I wanted to take a nap every hour for for a week Well, is it you think, there's a correlation here, because I've been here Well, some study and I ve always talked about it myself, which is I just sort of grew up. A sewer rat out the dirt trouncing about never taking a anti virus. China and take antibiotics, my entire life, you know, and just now that
I never had real proper medical insurance I just kind ride things out, I rode everything out, Strap had struck out of this right it out in and but now I dont get sick and I'm not allergic anything, and I don't have to I don't take I dont get acid reflux like I just don't get all the commercials. I see all night. I go now not don't now Don't have that dont need to see pap cleaning machine and I dont get acid reflux and I dont have anti his demands. S field, function or about our idea. Yes, obvious: I'm gonna do a commercial for now I don't have anything and I think I think a lot of it was rolling around in the dirt. My entire life and I know you grew up in the same dirt. I grew up in and your family was probably is, this function on less as likely to get you proper medical attention, as
mine was in youth. Do you gets less than most, do you do allergies. Is there any correlation there? You know, the allergies that I've I've I've Experience now have come on since been an adult one year, I was living in New York. Dating really beautiful. Woman and we were like getting off quite well, but only three months into the relationship and my birthday shows up March Seventh and she gives me a kitten. She gives me a kitten now thinking. I never talked about money I never I live in an apartment in New York and its eye and here's a kitten together someone alive pet as a gift is completely out of work. I developed acute allergy, our sneeze,
in my eyes were itchy that caught always to an and he said: well, you you're alive too many things, mostly cat gender. So well so I had to get rid of the cap you think her getting you a kitten, this sort of the male version of you getting them lingerie. You know It's not really for them. It's more like you want to see them in it. She wanted to hang out with the kitten in your apartment. Wasn't really so much for you I mean it. Both involves pussy side does not go to that road gravity down. It down a road now, that has nothing to do with it in here two years, giving someone alive animal that they were never talking about. Is giving your wife a toaster for present? It's like a fool colonel household need, but that that is
at present my wife always says if it has a plug. It's not a present possible pressure on me, So by the way I should explain to people that the brine has a movie out the one and only Ivan, which is very good. I watched it last night and you can get it coming out soon: gonna premier and Disney, plus we Friday August. Twenty first brine does a fantastic job as a touching movie and it's got a lot of big name voice. Since then it, SAM, Rockwell, Angelina, Jolie, indebted Veto, Helen Marin and many many other recognisable voices, but Brian doing the live action. Part of it run Brian. I guess I guess you'd be them the star of the the movie. Well, not if you look at the post, I suppose, you're right, you know, I'm it says and Brian pranced, and so,
I'm I'm I'm on the list, but I'm not I'm not at the top of the list. The I'm. I love I love your career and the reason I love your career is because it it didn't get out. Gate. As you know. Like I don't know, life Garrett you worked up big sensation when you're twenty two or twenty seven I mean I like these kind of perseverance meets talent, meets an evolving craft kind of story, which will, which is your career, which is the brain grants and story was it. How and also the evolving of it like do you feel you're, getting better added every every year certainly something that you you feel like. I I have so much to learn because I like
put myself in a position of of something new. I dont want to do fast and furious seventeen and just show up and drive a car and looked pained, and then you know by five someone and there's your movie that that kind of stuff bores me so and by the way. Those are very, very successful movies. I have a habit of choosing. Films that I really love to do, but are necessarily big box office. Huge hits, I'm not I really thought about why that is or what, but I guess I I like to select films that have deepened conflicting characters, that that the lead character is or my character would be troubled and
damage to some degree, because I can certainly relate to that. As you were alluding to before growing the valley with it, with a middle class or lower middle class environment. You know my my parents blew up there marriage when I was twelve and it really rare really set me back and right at the age. You think case that they know what they're doing and when I began adult I'll know what I'm doing and that belief system just completely disintegrate. And so you have to kind of it, took me several steps back so through high school, a very quiet and high school, not too many people knew me and- and I didn't know what to do who exactly- and I stumbled on acting in college quite by accident, because I just needed an elective course and so, but it was so much fun in it just so engaging and and
Girls were so much prettier in theatre than they we're in the police scientists earlier kitten and law enforcement at yeah. Where your monarch rear, Ella, Valet College, guys, yes, monarch YA. Therefore, le while two it was scared of a place to kind of I found it like up she could kind of hide out in for a couple years, so people than hassle yoke, as you could tell me or taking college classes, but I had no idea what I was doing their system hiding out, but your family. So the more I sure to look at family at the scariest thing, you can do to a kid, is certain seem, incompetent or out of control, as I think back at it now like so having a father, whose very stern are having a father that, is very angry, let's say or
having a mother, that's very sterner, angrier or depressed, or anything it's all bad, but having parents did feel atta control like oh, my god, these people don't know what they're doing like ear arena you're in a commercial airliner and the pilot is- Jim Bacchus, hit his head how about Oh there's a madman add world reverence. But the point is: if you're in a pie any realised the pilot? and nobody stealing and your a two younger reached the paddles kind of thing it out was was that is this cathartic for reset a feeling you had with your parents I didn't know that I had that feeling about my parents until they did so my my mom was. Very insecure and susceptible very emotional and my dad was very ego driven my dad a writer and an actor, and he wasn't
by the time he was forty and adjust really drove him crazy, and I learned from that that it it destroy them effectively It created tremendous turmoil, it blew up a marriage, it in the rest of his life was always you know and pins and needles, it was never secure, said, live under that Stress, was amazing, but at all stemmed from his need to achieve Some love, some plateau of stardom that I thought That's the wrong way to go about it, and so it was interesting Parents are always teaching us constantly teaching us when we grow up in the best of the of cases their teaching you hulu- should be who you should emulate, how you should strike, to better yourself, but in some is, is like in my case. They also.
Taught me what not to be by being that way, but by failing at what they were doing, I realized? Oh I'm not gonna be like that, because that is one way trip to disaster and my mom when my dad left the family she was, she was destroyed, she stopped living. She became an alcoholic. She was emotionally distraught from that point. To the rest, her life was it well. We wish that in love with the man or wizard. Obviously there are other other things at play, but was a chest purely session are low with your dad. My mom was wonderfully surprise: she was re, flirtatious she's, a brute beautiful woman and she he was like Blanche do Blah from ST guarded.
She always depended upon the kindness of strangers, so she would pay it. She loved the attention from men and she was married four times she had scores of boyfriends. She just needed that attention, so what in retrospect, when I realized about her, is that she was also as as Thirdly, as she was in an energetic and fun, she was also, tremendously and secure and and immature and that combination really hit her hard when she was left by my father, two for another woman. She couldn't handle it and began to breaking and didn't stop drinking until
She had a stroke and had to go into the motion picture hospital where the rest arrive. When did she passed away in two thousand for sixteen years ago? Did our lack of an old pictures? Are you guys, my mom? That's me in the front where you guys after he had some kind of school the target or in Washington DC the capital, oh and the very back yeah so element. Some I was talking to someone about earlier today and I thought to be good subject to get into it which is sort of vat in a kind of incremental goals which I think so I was saying to me like: were you play hang on being a star having successor being ranch or whatever, and- and I should now- I was planning on surviving when I was about eight or nine to sort of get out of the lake to junior high and then when I at a high school I was, I was dreaming
having a job yet remain. Just working now and then, after doing that, I start thinking about doing comedy, but I never shot past all the stages of kind of service I've or I wanted I wanted. Dental insurance. At some point I wanted to I wanted insurance for my pickup truck in I'd never shot pass to start up it out. The idea of getting your own apartment was right, school right, in it- and so maybe maybe that's a kind of an incremental thinking. Maybe your dad didn't do incremental thinking. Maybe he shot right back right to the academy awards and didn't do the I need my own place and I need some stability yeah, a you know when you let when you let ego, get ahead of your progression in your field in your talent in your abilities.
It can. It can derail you in in your actual goals: everything's everything takes time Like Malcolm Gladwell, says you can become an expert if you put in ten thousand hours of success. And work on any. And then you can become an expert to it, but sharp Tens will always want to circumvent that an and make their way or people who are driven by the eagle. Now my dad, what worked as an actor, he worked a lot as an actor, but he didn't we the star and by not becoming a star it? It made him feel that he was a failure. So when I started out acting my goal like you was, I want to become a working actor If I can make my living as a working actor- and I didn't put a price.
There wasn't a number connected that just if I can pay my bills from my acting jobs. That's my son yes, if I go no farther than that, I would be happy that happened when I was twenty five years old and because I did focus on making money, but just getting better just focus on working harder and getting better your craft. And then and all of a sudden a good luck? started to come my way, because I really loved the work. I really loved. What I was doing- and I was supporting myself, my wife she was working as an actor at the time to, and when that we had a, we were able to scream together enough to buy a little house in the valley, and we baby and we I mean we're like living very middle class environment. Having our money and then Bum, a bunch of different things were happy. Inside veld and I was doing pilots and I did a couple Syria
that didn't go anywhere, and then, when I was forty Malcolm in the middle happens, what was funny when you said the tarmac, your dad being forty and not having that success, and I thought Brian was probably around forty had now come in the middle, I mean. Is it going students is it- is it cosmic is it planned, is planned without being conscious of a plan? I mean your dad soda taught you this incremental one foot in front of the other kind of this? This approach to this to this very low percentage endeavour called freeing up. Being a paid actor so- and I was always with I was with you in your mind- set witches hey. If you can get pay and you don't have to drive a taxi.
Work on a construction site, you can just make a living doing some that super low percentage. That's pretty damn good, I mean that's way ahead of the game. It's almost like saying you can make living being a professional baseball player for the rest of your life. You go do that and now you're not gonna, be on the Yankees you're, not gonna start at short, stoppages you'll have a comfortable living as a professional baseball player for the rest of your life. You go us a greater However, this is based. Only that a centralized- and I will same way so well all railways and when you who were able to make enough money by going on around doing stand up, maybe right, here there are. But how will you then, when I started down the road to be even broader than what your goals were now and your gulls weren't were not laser foe.
But at least you had a lane like your lane acting Once when I was twenty one. Twenty two and I sit in my Northumberland Apartment on Laurel Canyon and Riverside and I just sit there are thinking gotta be more to life than DR and a pickup truck and working on a construction sites, the bunch a guy's name MIKE. They might back then funny, like where's MIKE Mike this ten Knocker MIKE the sheet rocker, which MIKE which might some are all on the finnish you're, the former or rebar MIKE pamper MIKE whose work in the pump That might ever say MIKE. So as I gotta away from all these MIKE's out. So I was round? Twenty one twenty two and I just start: let's have let's your real stick assessment. What do you think you're good at What do you want to do
a place of safety for the rams, but that's not gonna happen. What what do? What are you good at a wet ability? Stew, half and I said well, I'm good with my hands and worker some good on a construction side and I'm fine but I dont, know what it means. I all I know funny. I dont know if that means stand upon a year working around room funnier Sitcom funny. I don't know what any of it means you're funny almost generically funny. That's all and I was like our I well, why don't you start? You now get up and go, work tomorrow for sure and don't miss any days on the construction site, but at night, once you start pursuing the funny, why don't you take some grounds, classes? I didn't know what a ground links class was. I found somebody told me what a someone's mom told me, what a Groundlings glass was in. Why don't you start? You know taken improv classes,
church in Hollywood on Saturday morning, with many sterling or whatever, whenever Cynthia Sagacity and all these people- and it is not easy- other them to our railway. We ask and when the cask many sterling arrival, the so I go over there, and throw yourself, sir down the mercy of their court. It now- and I was we'll blue collar and in and everyone else seem to be educated and have some kind of background in some theatre in some key knowledge and I didn't know anything, but I said I'll just put myself into this world and and then the next dad people on the construction site? It oh and everyone would say What are you doing and I've gone taken in improv, I say: go improv! Oh yeah, like Richard priors Playin, the improv in either go now. This is an improper. Show here, where they how's it. We say how much I pay you
no, you pay them and they won't get. But I am one of them. I would start making funnier yet right, so I just did that without any sense of direction I just said I will go- try to learn this thing. And now and then, Eventually the groundlings said God thanks, but no thanks to me and then I started with the Acme theater and then I built me theatre, unlike her shame and know how there and was there and all I was there was kicking around in trying to learn as much as I could learn. I wasn't going on auditions. I didn't have Headshot Adam like. I was ready, I didn't feel like I deserved it. Like I, it's like it was like the notion of. Why would you go not dish Unita. You don't have anything to offer at this point, that's the way I looked at it. And so how were you when you actually were made-
some money by by going on the road I met. I didn't really make any money until I was thirty and like three quarters are thirty one. When I met Jimmy, came all night train him to box, for the K Iraq morning show Heaven in Benin and I started getting like too. We have fifty bucks, a bed and two hundred bucks bed or something, and then eventually, I became known most are one of the House of Love line and like ninety ninety six, as like thirty two and I started actually making money and the first thing I did pay the IRS, because I would then like four grand from not essentially working in the way under the table not like I stuff, and then I mean they started. Saving for our house, then I bought my first house like a year. Later in the Hollywood hills and just refurbish dead and never really
back from that point, both great feeling isn't ever you when you get to the point where I'm sure when she got on love line. I thought man show that came before a love line, but I guess the now live line, and then the mantra but didn't you have what wasn't our feeling like Oh, I can do this I am not. I don't feel like I am faking it. I can act. I have an ability, talent. I can make people laugh, I can go, guide this show and an end. I know my job here and I could I could do this. Did you have it that a penny and so that from then on. I'm I'm good at all make a living in this business I have had a couple of thoughts like my my thoughts were the girl. This is cool easy I'm driving a car that doesn't have a lumber raft, go ahead here, like I'm driving a regular car with air conditioning and stuff, like that was a big deal, a newish car and I'm going
my home, in the hills? You know and also the one thing I am. I really realise this all the people that are in this business that you're working with they don't have anything on you their? Maybe they may have gotten a better start. They may be more educated. They may have morphine, trickle, training or whatever, but they're not funnier than you are, and you couldn't really it's her this shit, home and watch ESA now are listened to the morning. Radio in you have to kind of put the gloves on and get in the ring to know if you can take the champ out, and they're getting in the ring and sparring with the champ I felt like. Oh, I can spar with the chance that that was my feeling and in one site internalize that like ok, now you can't take it away from me because I know I have that ability yeah add is. That is an ability you had. That's you had that experience
that you knew that you belonged and it was also weird for the first time ever. I'd have guys like Jimmy Kimmel. What would be going like? Oh my god, funny guy I've ever man I'd be like really We'll go oh yeah, like heat I didn't have never had any one. Believe me. I know that sounds corny, but I just mean I never heard anything like hey man, you gotta talent, you gotta do somewhat that town and there wasn't anything that has never been discussed rough or that certainly certainly, guys like us dealing with the matter, of the world, and yet you really fun now who your friends are because once you know, if I old friends or acquaintances, who I grew, in around in the valley. I said: you're gonna be an actor A lot of them would go off really star eagerly you gonna be big. And they would choose. The side. That's not supportive at all. Right is,
you have those jackasses, and then you have very few who say are better. Do well. I think you you know in may be surprised by the ones who choose to be your support group and those there There was actually more of a majority who were very cynical about anyone wishing to take away from the pack of you, no kids growing up in Allie their little suburb in in the country and as funny, like your all living in the same goo, logger rolling on the same Viking ship and you have the temerity to go. My back sore, I'm going up top on the deck, and some fresh air that, where you go it grants then better than this Viking ship. Down here and morale. See you are funny Adam bad endorsement from
France, and leaves me in Ilidza good sag way, which is my son now fourteen sunny is, has now seen every the set of breaking bad and is completely obsessed with the show and so salsa funny thing was. I told him. Even tell him he found, I was on a rowing machine. Last night's became the Viking ship I was on a rowing machine. I say he came down to the gym, I've, ASEAN and and my basement any said brine and going to be on the show tomorrow, and I said yes and he goes you didn't tell me when Cream Abdul Jabbar was coming on any Tell me one thing Gonzales tight in further chiefs We're gonna miss those two and now I'm going to miss grants. Then- and I well, come into work with me and you can you can ask him a question yourself, so he he is there he's coming in
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It's actually downgrade by Fontana has a giant race track that I've been too many times. With the sunny curl. Actually so, if you're in an NASCAR or indeed than its we salvage year, slightly downward move, sunny, Corolla, high meat, Mr Brian Prance than nice to meet you, MR grants than good to see you now get a face. A meal crackdowns things muted will meet him. Sorry, somewhere, you didn't you now. I gotcha signing up hi to meet you, sir. Thank you get to meet you, Sonny roller sunny curl sounds like a character that Joe Petty would play in a movie Well, you know it's interesting my name is Adam Corolla, which doesn't really connote,
ethnic city in our main, so that the Corolla sounds a talent, but Adam sounds Jewish, at least when I grew up that handful Adams were jewish, show my whole life, Irwin Savory. What kind of name is Corolla not go anyone? What kind of names girl may go Adam Corolla? I don't know what that is, but it was the Adam that withdrawing them off because of my name was Tony Corolla. We'd have no mo problem. So when it came time to bring a child into the world. We thought let's named Santana and that way, people, oh no, his heritage rights on Nicaragua yeah. I think people now, I'm italian, do you have then the ITALY. Now we were this summer, but you know you going to love it and have you trace to see where your ancestors came from you're gonna, you I appreciate it even more: it's a beautiful country, banking, was very excited about going it. It looks like a nice place.
His mom is full blooded talents above parents or from ITALY, so sunny city at the three quarter mark, as some have. I said he had a question for Mr Crampton yeah I too feel what what was the hardest seem to film and breaking bad or of all time, maybe and anything. Well, the written, there's a couple of em there's a couple scenes late in the in the series where we're outside, and it's it's about four degrees and your shooting outside, and here you could feel your howdy shaking from from the cold and they and they condensation coming out of your mouth when you're speaking. In the end we have, but you you can't act, that it was not about being cold you, so you
have to really focus your mind and breath to just calm down and then just do it and then, before your body, convulsive involuntarily from the cold. You know that You ve been a really cold weather before and and you get warm real quick, they come it's a cut and they up, and they throw Parker over you and they just in into a van that's a warming van and just tried again your temperature up and then they come ok, ready for take to incite yeah. Ok, and you rush out there and you do it over again, he do it several. Times, that's a physical difficulty, but I I think that the most difficulty that I had was member. The am I think it is. Season two when, when Jane died, of an overdose know that can well
is preparing for that scene. I have a daughter. Was her age and I was caring for that scene As I'm writing, my notes were what could possibly be happening during that same as an actor would in the past, bull emotions that you could be feeling at any given time? I do. Is I write that all down and put outputs in my brain and then I'll go so that if it pops up it's real its spontaneous, and you got a deal with it and the things that I wrote down was in approach calm list about. Should I save her life? Should I let her die? I really didn't. I wrote down what, because that was the dilemma that Walter White was facing and one reasons of ice pro. Could save her life was she's young enough to she could be my daughter, and I wrote that
and unrolled other things down well sure of one of the takes I was there and and king at her and Christian Ridder Player, was beautiful and and wonderful off camera, acting full on farm, choking the dead and all of a sudden, her face. Just the melted away, and I saw the face of my real daughter, eyeing in front of me and God for me, that ever happens to anyone that we know it's proverb is the worst fear that apparent can have it's not natural order of things out to sea. A child go and so scared, me Anne and that's the take they used where I'd. I almost I'm shocked and I back an emotion because I saw my daughter's face instead and I and I in retrospect. I remembered oh, it probably came to me because in the
my head, I wrote down she's young enough. She can my daughter that was my most emotional difficult ended it. He had some questions that he was gonna ass, Tony Gonzales, by he never made it. So I wouldn't mind answering a few of those just a kind of out the kids childhood learn? Dawson, you know what I think for I was able to get to Kansas City in a most people, think it that do down out route is easy, but I'm Tellin, you gets you get slam by that outside linebacker and You know you, you don't know what's up and you gotta It is on that spiral coming in and knowing full well, you're gonna get it. I'm gonna focus on catching a ball and talking, That's the Cynthia Spaghetti training Common ride out occurrence. Then Cynthia. Address rest. Her is a funny shears
big loud woman, as you know, and she was kind of that mom CAS Elliot of of of improper. National groundlings teachers, but like one of these people are was big and blustery and by you knew she had that hard, a gold, but that was kind of her trademark was yelling in like you'd enter a scene and she got ok lights up here we go and you ve come walk out on stage and you'd go hey man! What are you doing in tv I'll? Stop? You know what he's doing turn around and come back in. Don't ask questions. You know what he's doing then you'd go, should go lights up, you ve come out again and walk. With your hands in your pocket zero. What did you bring to the party new? Go? I didn't break. Go back come back again, tell you add under the party in one time. You now Sonny Daddy, had girlfriends before mommy and
don't let them know of knowledge. Just stick with the before the year is maverick your government goober home because again swing by actually South aye aye aye, but my girlfriend dumped me, I know hard to imagine, run and picture me but broke so you know, and as you do, you have an she domino's like whether this time I was so upset. You know that in that, when you're twenty three and you get dumped kind of feeling that that's the worst, three ever and ever like I, we took a break at the ground links with Cynthia s again. Like intermediary riders lab or something like that, and I try to calm her with a pay phone during the brake and she just pricked up and she likes it stop calling it's embarrassing and hung up or whatever, and I went back into the class and
and Cynthia was like our care buddy. Let's get back up on state and I just I pull their side and, as you said Cynthia I just can't do it, I'm so heartbroken I'd I'd. I can't go on stage undue comedy I need to leave and- and I just need to leave- and I just wanna quietly leave and if you could just just tell people I I don't got a cramp or someplace, like I'm, just gonna leave now, ok to tell a peep at tell em animal feeling while idle. So I hear it so walk out of the growlings incentive as well I'm corollas, leaving because his girlfriend dump them and everyone's carry the poor baby can't do comedy could not have been a good day. We'll have gonna work when you're not having a good day and you can't do comedy because your girlfriend of an average staring at me while I was standing at the door The growing threat that bitch, but I went by
gaining did comedy and it was. It was fiery, shocked I no recollection under than God, Dammit thin Thea. We have this whole conversation about the meeting, a sneak out here and go in a corner of the market. In retrospect, where you are we should have that she said you got a buck up and do it because sometimes and sunny. This is a good lesson of times. I have to do things and you don't feel like it you. Bad news or whatever you don't feel like it. You don't feel strong, but you ve got to go in there and do it anyway. Certain As an actor did you have a stand up? Gig, can you say my girlfriend broke up with me, I'm cancelling right here. You can't luck, we were get your crane operator York. A trader chose to do at either. Really it's it's not a bad. You know it's not a bad lesson, I in my ear or about the crane operator being destroyed, then the person working it
later Jos ground was reasons good point of that guy snaps people are gonna die worth trader, chose you just don't get your banana chip the right order in the bag. It's swell Traitor Jos, is a funny inside Valley thing, because I remember trader Jos from thirty years ago, maybe maybe more like it was novelty nautical fee. Seemed market that never a. We should see my kind of a novelty place and noughts literally taken over the universe, yeah with Hawaii Sure it's in the Arab yeah You know the rope everywhere and that you know you're, the guy checking out was called skipper. You now an error in his hand, a fake parent on his shoulder like it was a bizarre and novel place it didn't they go to place like now, Oh, you know how something is entered. The lexicon is when you hear penance
in an pie, petitions and stuff, and you hear him go. You know these guys. You know teachers, and I want to go back to work with the guy works of the trader. Jobs has to go to work every day and it's like, oh, that its its main stream it used to be a novelty, was novelty market, and now it's a mainstream market. I'd Sunday. Do you have any more questions for Mr Crampton, one one and a half do. I know probably like confidential, but can are you maybe gonna be on better call saw season. Five is, season five is already produced and out there. Around six hours was in TAT area, I did the real answer. Is that I don't know I don't know, I love the series I've been watching it
I'm in the middle of season five right now and it's it's really good and it's it's own entity. You know there has some some similar flavors of breaking bad, but it is its own show and they do such a terrific job and I'm very curious, what's going to happen on season six, when it's leading up to the point where breaking bad started in the time lie I would I would do it in a second, because I owe Vince Gilligan everything. So if Vince or Peter Gould Show runner called and said, would you come on the show? I'd say absolutely: let's make it happen. That has not been the case to date, so and and maybe it b and that's fine too so it it depends. You know what whatever's whatever is best for the show and whatever they want to do. I gotta question left snarled.
Eyes? Why do you have a favorite, line or seen from like as Walter, why Heisenberg. Favorite liner, seen some of these things came out that I didn't even know like I'm the one who Knox or I M the danger. Or say my name or all those came out, but up just you can see the office chair. I have That is why it is so maybe I'll take another. Lusaka. This is it so now. That's the the original Berry and his glasses are that's awesome. Look around
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your way into success? You know when I was a kid. I was like a bad enough. Commercials I'd go out and see the movie. The man of the movie was good or bad. It was the one that was in the local movie House, the elk how are the Lorraine, ah or the guild? I think there is one called the guild but there was one whatever they could take my money. They didn't have to be that good, but I'm thinking Now I dont think you can buy your way into success. Now. I think it's about the product I well. You know there are several reasons for that person. Audiences are far more sophisticated now than ever have been that's because the product has improved greatly. When I was twenty five years old lipping in new, I was I was a series regular on a soap opera for a couple years. And there were sixteen soap operas.
Air at the time. That was the heyday of it. Production value and the quality of the writing. Isn't that good and not necessarily because the the pet people were intelligent, but just then lit out there to punch out sixty pages every day it was like, while it was just an amazing exit xyz. So you look at the end. The production values weren't there good now. Why either only or soaps left in the world and those are just barely hanging on because the production values risen. The expectations for quality has risen,
with an end. We watch it when we will not weaken so that demand and the struggle to get eyeballs to watch your show is is enormously pressure. That put also with what you're saying the element of the tallow evinced Gilligan to write a story that strikes a chord. With so many people that here's, a teacher who has to have aside job because his son a special needs, that's not right not only that he's gonna die of cancer. That's not right! You know what he uses his skill as it as a chemist too, to make crystal meth become a criminal for the last two years of his life, and you know what as much as they hate to admit. A lot of people were going out. I'd probably do the same thing I do whatever it took,
to set my family up. If I was going out as it makes a very male thing, you want to have some kind of control of your destiny and that's the way I looked at it like Walter White was just doing that too, because he controlled is definitely if Walter White was a mathematician. He would figure out a way to cheat at black Jack and go to Vegas right instead of making crystal Meth, who just and to be what he was good at still he becomes is accidental criminal and he realizes or on the course of it? Oh, my god, finally doing something that is well respected. I've never had that before. I roderick that its illegal, but he still getting credit for for making the purest method unfair me did you say you have all these Elements that that people are related, the ruling for the guy who is struggling, the rooting for the guy who's just trying to do this for his family and then the hook is that he evolves
into a guy who's, no longer doing it just for his family. His doing it for himself speak truly shake the spit, the hook speaking dad's you're doing it for their family. I am, I know you and your brother sort of got re acquainted with Dad was a twenty two or his. Laughter, knew about eleven or twelve. I guess was you just go completely for that period of time. We didn't seem for about ten years, physically, didn't eyes on him for ten years right, a stir I don't know why you know how much therapy I've been through, but that message of I'm not gonna, see my twelve year olds, eleven old sons for a decade. Is there any more negative message that can be sent? You know I've always kind of felt that I always felt like it.
Aren't you know you had a crush on a girl. And she would walk up to punch you in the stomach. That was better than her? Not knowing. You were right and clear that the the pie Parents who you know parents can be poor ball, they can be abusive and they can be verbally, abusive and physically and they can do everything but pretending, like your, aren't alive. I don't know, that's it. That's the hardest got punch ever right. It was in an it's taken, a long time to to get to the point of of dealing with my resentment and anger and abandonment issues, and I have no qualms about it. Yes, I've gone to therapy. I still go to therapy at its leg, a process. Now as the helped me in my acting life. Well, I use it. If you want anger resentment of rage,
I gave you that because I lived it and but I don't I wanna- I wanna compartmentalize it I wanted at work, but I did at home and and I've done really well doing that, if I might say so, as I am the only their survive along marriage like I have, is to be able to know how to do to do that. But, like you boxing it isn't it acting an outlet. For me, it's a physical and emotional intellectual outlet. I purged, when I whether it's on stage or in a movie or series. I gave it everything because I need to. I dont know how not to give it all. I have to give it all and spend it and be exhausted afterward, because it's also good for me. It it it allows me to give me an avenue venue to be able to to get rid of that stuff and
haven't you been effective, is an almost like lack pick acid, our poison or something that is built up in your muscles. And if you don't purge, ah it'll, just keep accumulating as a kind of feel that way everyone needs of physical release. You have to fight. Is the boxing is running? Is a young person? Yellow Zuma would have whatever your thing is you ve got to find an outlet so that you can sweat saluting purge yourself of toxins and drink water? Get rid of that lacked a gas it in not do I'm curious about I've been I've been very curious lately, just in general, on the subject of self esteem. And I was the interview J Leno in the studio few weeks back- and he was certain explaining- he doesn't really have self esteem, but that's not really. If he does get goes about us, If you now- and I I kind of I- don't really have
stay me there. I just go about my life, I don't I don't feel a self esteem and not you not feel sorry for me, boo, hoo negative way, just I dont factor myself in to a lot of the situations in life, and I feel sometimes people focused too much on themselves in this in this way- and I was- I was thinkin myself- I it's hard to have selfish. Deem when you grow up like I grew up like you grew up on. Some of it is kind of chemical. It is this kind of who you are there's people that feel really good about themselves. For no parent reason and their people that doubts or chemical or biological. But for you, what do you feel about your self esteem I d ever thought about it.
And again low self esteem and I'm not saying that's a negative per se that that sometimes can be helpful, but have you ever given that subject consideration? I think self reflection is important. You know when I used to Vienna that working class sensibility is ingrained in us and when I was done Malcolm little and I would meet fans and they would say I've never met a tv star before and I will announce an up just a working actor now and I would spend all this energy too. To deny what they wanted to call me and and an I got in the way it did several things it. It was. True, because apparently I was there, but secondly, denying someone statement of Europe STAR it forces them to double down.
And say no yes, you are right that the communication gets levels. Fairer, and it's like now really. Yes, you are now now air and Finally realise what am I pushing against I'm like system striving to get the rock up the hill? What why don't? I just say. Ah thank you and it's over the I I recognize your your tail in Europe where you ve com and how far you gone and what you ve created is really not necessarily self esteem, as it is recognition. Oh yeah Eurostar, Have notoriety and you do you have a financial security and those are good things and just say thank you and move. I was sure to look at it as when people would come up and say hi the airport or something like that. I just thought if you
gonna be on MTV every night for an hour. This is what people are going to do. So there they're kind of, saying hi to the person they see on tv every night, you don't have to talk I'm out of it. It just the way our society works. You now you'll have to run for it, you don't toward it or way from it. If you're gonna be tv for an hour every night than people x amount of society, we will recognize you walking through ally acts and so presented to them will say something and I asked, but I I wills seek privacy as often as I possibly can so. I wear a hat and keep my head down and I I usually when I'm with my family I'll go into a restaurant when things are normal and I'll take the seat that facing the wall, chances are we will be able to help,
a more normal experience at dinner. Then, if I'm recognise and people come up, then it changes it. It just changes the energy around them and I don't want to do that. I again I wanta compartment alive is when I'm working what I'm working on an end when I'm free and home and spend my time with my wife, my daughter and friends, and things like that so like right now from on the promotional tour for the one only Ivan it's my work moat. I know what I'm doing and I'll go out there and help our work as much as I possibly can to support something. A film in this case that I really love and that- and I want people to see and when it's over I stepped back and I become reclusive and I don't I don't want to be in the limelight. I don't wanna be on shows, so you know I mean I. I listened to your back.
Listen I pod gas, but not. I won't listen to this path guest because I've, I've done it, and I don't want to hear myself. I want here someone I wanna hear someone who I dont know that much and see what their life is like. Wow, Tony Gonzales is common in the state s stupid Last question: Rhine riding in creating hum how much of that, how big a party or is that right now in what's the process of the protocol are? How does it- or as I you know, I know a lot about a lot of people, but I never really know how much writing they're doing or creating they're doing.
I write a lot. I I wrote a book a couple years ago, a memoir of short stories, and I really had a great time doing that I might want to write another blundered attempted to a novel or something or play. I again I like to do things to tell myself to see a from any good at it and I may not be, but I like to try to see if I am and if I enjoyed the experience at night, I enjoyed writing this book. I've written several episodes of television, most in my own, that I created for there was a serious called dangerous book for boys that I wrote on at thy created the show and there was a series skull, sneaky PETE that I wrote out and created. That shows well. So,
I'm interested not only writing for other characters, but for myself or I'm also, I love to produce, because it is then I get to support the writer, your vision. Let me see how I can pave the way for that writer to find their voice, and I think it's ethics pretty exciting, but it takes a lot of energy. It takes a lot of energy to to write and produce an act and direct, and it's like at some point. I I think I am be like, like dicks, John doing, Stanhope Comedy and all of a sudden heave, false flat on his face and die. Is on stage now that he is doing doing a routine, as I have always done, don't go out. There don't go There is doing something he's doing something right. I think now is now coming full circle, Dick shine
was he in mad mad mad world or said Dick Dick Rodya, how we face Z, I'll I'll, look at my producer Christmas diction. He has Dick shot. Was this big funny straddling kind at dude who was in the mad mad mad world who, yes, I think, maybe in was he in San Diego when he dropped a dad out on stage or an door. I think that Albert Bob Einstein. I think and Super Dave Osborne, I think their dad was it comedian or performer, who died stay up upon stage
I'm just getting. Well, I think you have San Diego was diction ride was. Can you figure out? I love the computer at the dad Super Dave's, our our Brooks his dad and yeah receptive to this funny. I think I think I remember here in the story of Karl Reiner, going on Johnny, Carson, Chauvelin and sang the smartest Kid I know, is a get near Albert Einstein. Oh railway Yahoo, yes Albert, to that so Harry Einstein died from a heart attack in fifty eight during a roast in honour of Lucille Ball and as he honours its died stage on the day S and Lucy bronzed ass. Try is there more of a comedian trying to get more attention? It's like wow
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on the Corner college football safe by for planning on average year will what are the odds for yeah? Why all kind out of waiting to Caesar you better move quickly, because I seasons could be shortened or altered, and yet it really has that Miss justly the excitement of out of involving yourself. How that lay like a baseball with extra teens getting into the policies at a new mentioned is the short season. I may we'd all about Yankees dodgy. We know the favorites, but there has to be a chance of good opportunities for some sleep routines and might have better during the just get in the door and then all the sun work their way to. Maybe a major upshot make it to the other worlds: Zurich, yeah! No, and we saw that we know we saw that ever since you know we ve had the World Series adds up all throughout. You know that the months where sports for a kind of down bumpy we sought or the future and we saw that as as news about it, did this sports coming back in ashore and seasons and teams or take ebbing because sharp betters and and more intelligent, betters
they were taken shots and that on the longer longer aren t you know I'm so we were seeing that left and right. You did the same thing. You know The more games are are at things are going to everything's going to even out right, but the shooter. The season is no matter the sport or the shorter, the games in a series or whatever there's that more about anything can happen kind of like March madness want it done right. That's why I always had a Cinderella story, but a funeral March madness Series are all seven games and the Cinderella's will be few and far between. So that's kind of the same theory or Yp. Lotta betters are taken. Where I shot at these long shots and before you haven't, you could have the Yankees. Your dodgers wrought in an area that first, the first play off shore is there's no one. While carton It's three three games and they're all in one ball park now. Yet again, home field advantage and baseball already, if even now, the current situation that could
change the eggs. Are that also you? You know you risk of injury is always a factor, but here you have health issues and a star, pitcher or star player. I could be other mixing up. That's ever lists now. Absolutely that's another great point in another reason why I think people are better long shots more than ever and world series. You know it's that that is even the playing field that that you know that now it's gonna be immune to take catch, it does seem a star player can catch it from the Yankees just as much as a star player can catch up from the pirate. So it's gonna even playing field alighted at some. These star players from the Yankees, daughters, twins, braves Et Cetera, start start up, you'll catch in this thing, so what a doubt in America runs on football. The NFL, if any, I think, will state must go straight forward ahead and knowledge Sidney simply when they were from the baseball. Nobody folded, the tents they kept it go.
We're on targets were regular season. I know, have backup. Plans may be shortened, she's, whatever were good to go ahead, and I know people who love to get involved in their stay. They gotta be excited, and maybe things go up. Quickly a Yo Yo, you know when the off she's about when Tom Radiation is an tamper, Bay or Philip Rivers and The Annapolis either the Europe of a tree by our people are interested in the patriots who are always the patriots, but without radiant Althea Newton, our german student quiver knowledge. It goes with that. That's gonna create a lot of excitement in anticipation. Oh absolutely I mean you know all that Brady NEWS to the box came down went after. I guess all sports got knocked a few months back and That was an exciting week for us to be all we're, just we're just starving for action on the sport side of things and then stuff like that happens, and all the sudden people are betting, the NFL futures. You know they were betting, the buccaneers to win the super bowl there buttons. Let you know that said that the bills to win the AFC East are been under. Siege
when for patriots overseas and winds fur buccaneer. So we saw lot action common in that week so YAP slowly I mean the buccaneers. Are that their game? I've never seen we are so we have such a use. Exposure of the buccaneers someone is the bowl. I've never seen anything like it in all my years doing this so that that's the better height on on the buccaneers and when they were like. I think, they're like forty two one before brain it before me with other Brady, was gonna. Go there when the rumour start come out right down at twenty five, the one always down think we have like eight to one or ninety one, now, probably undervalue overvalued but jobs, but a yard exposures is so big on then that we had to be low concerned with their number here really grew and here's what you he's he's coming tubes in one place, all this time to a new team with a lot of talented in temper,
different cogent? Yet without a pre season? You wonder, of course, he's an experienced veteran, but the timing in settling in that will be fun to watch out before we rap real, quick coming. I we could go on it at the end of sea. West is intriguing, and I was like it's a simple thing. You know of the over under other which right based on on teens it and I think, we're the defending and if she champions come from the forty nine hours you're. Obviously you get Seattle with Russia Wilson. I have the rams who were in the Superbowl a couple years ago, and I don't think there is doubt as people say that there is a price and some people getting back up there, then Tyler Murray and what they ve done in Arizona me that division day we are over under because they're gonna be plague each other twice a year meeting each other up now I'm in that year a year absolutely right. In DA before teams, I could legitimately women that that cartels is a great example. Valve action came in, I mean they're. There are most popular bet for over winds for the seas and I think there are seven and a half right now in L a lot it. I came in one Hopkins: Scott traded, their act.
Despite our partner in the cardinals yet better, our pro forty nine is pro Seahawks broke, Arnold they're down on the rams. Oh, but I shall not hide, can sleep on the road and you know you two years out of the Superbowl, so ass can be fun watch without a doubt. I those Dave appreciate that I'll be sure to check out that law and there you are large ports, work experts and use promo code, podcast, one that spilled, oh and I suggested an oh and I just one and you'll get when you join you'll, get a sign approach. What matters when you started business? Is you and your idea, not when you started? So if you make up your mind, Go for it go daddy, has all the help and tools you need to bring it online start today daddy dot com because open we stand what makes a business a business strategy since the world it. On the wrong side of the bed that year, good every day, entrepreneur ready to put themselves of their
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