But she started - she said the thing about the pocket with the plastic lining and a trust-fund baby and tomahawks. GROSS: And it's great because your opening monologue, it doesn't seem like the kind of opening monologue that the script writers write for most of the guests.
Set in the s, the show finds Burr tackling the voice of a foul-mouthed Irish-American named Frank Murphy who lives in the suburbs with his wife and three children. One might even suggest that the undivided loyalty between Rachel, Ross, Monica, Joey, Chandler, and Phoebe solidifies the bond between the show and its audience.
They like to be in control. Bryan Cranston plays the goofy patriarch of a dysfunctional family in this hit Fox series. I remember there was this online forum called A Special Thing, back in or something.
GROSS: And it's great because your opening monologue, it doesn't seem like the kind of opening monologue that the script writers write for most of the guests. And then I got lucky. The whole population is a bunch of people who are choosing to keep trying. Here's a beautiful woman, and she doesn't seem like a good choice for you, but there you go.
This text may not be in its final form and may be updated or revised in the future. So every 10 seconds I was just yelling at the screen. And then I saw this documentary, and it just ripped me to pieces.
But anyway, they find a lot of people a lot funnier than me. Dundee Productions. So I don't go out in bad weather. And Doug came so prepared and he's so - he was the best - I'm going to say he's the best actor I had on the season.
But this kid is supposed to be, you know, nine.
So I figured you for the one guy that I could say adios to. And, you know, there's a quota, there's a show to fill. Quality documentaries, both one-shots and series, were everywhere in , with HBO and PBS leading the way but plenty of other outlets finding room for this work on their schedules.