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Rental and our doctoral Michael riddled essentially coverage.
Broadway and on -- phone -- post from all -- slowed to revive.
America those -- some of Israel have a huge fallacies and so we got grew up sue Simmons here.
I think is some -- and frankly that's creeping into television.
Dollars a month ageism you know people -- they came to Washington hello are but -- -- -- -- yet but I think that you know they want.
A lot of cute little Blondie -- on -- shows who have by the way no personality who are almost inhuman.
We're -- -- -- you feel you're looking at a new Yorker and -- member of.
The time when New York City news -- the real New York people.
You really got to greeting is of the city from these people about your growth period -- slowly -- over tell him yet and and and I remembered as like Stuart Klein and -- Cunningham who covered the movies and theater.
The these local newscasts they captured the vibe and the feel of New York City which that -- -- -- slid against I don't.
I think so yeah I mean I know what -- post today at the talking -- her salary demands in this kind of thing and and they can keep more people on if they get rid of her five million dollars.
But I would imagine that the most important person in your telecast is the person.
On the telecast who has a high Q reasonably -- has found it was the trust of her viewers over many years.
And trucks Scarborough partners -- yeah.
Yeah above what football what drug involved public -- -- main -- actually and and you know they have that thing in television that is so crucial to the success of any partnership they have chemistry.
They have chemistry between the two well they've always had it -- you're sure you've got chemistry among all the the clowns on non on the -- She -- low ball will be.
So large military model woman -- -- Spider-Man -- lime -- -- Mormon.
-- so remembered us all -- is dollar climbing and -- bottom was drunk at a radio it's almost.
Yes this is delicious these lawsuits their really reporters stream of theater columnist -- Julie -- more is -- suing the producers of Spider-Man and -- because she wants to prevent them from using her material in future productions and she wants money out of them.
And in a series of emails.
In that are in her latest claim.
She says that -- showed up at a production meeting when the show was in trouble they were gonna try to hash all the problems out.
He showed up -- Christie turley -- and a batch of supermodels and he was reeking of beer too drunk apparently to get anything done.
So of the supermodels -- to me that -- -- want bottled apparently.
The failings of a supermodel sell marijuana and I got cut which as I was gonna say he's he's Irish and a rock star was supposed to do sit Diet Coke and Marie's crisis with -- chorus boys American want and saw thus our -- -- strong somewhat and not.
You suspect it's gonna be settled I mean listen you know -- you not talk about -- for the man thinks he's Jesus Christ you know he has this image that he walks on water -- all these wonderful charitable things and -- she's she is determined.
To take him through the mud.
And I would be surprised if he -- this thing on for oil.
And salt on the -- to -- -- it.
She is a fascinating woman very very talented.
And she feels rightly I think that they tried to pin the blame for the problems of the show solely on poor.
And she's gonna get back -- edging it back -- by embarrassing them.
You know although we're where they were part of this Imus on Broadway much of salt remembered journalists like confuse them -- -- through -- some songs and and all of -- -- from -- electric car dealer down to play Spider-Man and -- have you been a seat change course not good.
Because this up injuring people I know it's a fun when nobody falls -- -- I don't know what they're -- of their of their lives of elaborate.
While some kind of catastrophe you'll be right there have been -- ago so well they could use that little but I think the -- slipping a bit in the box on oil.
It's time for somebody do crack head again and what else on the -- And book of Mormon still is going to really really strong really loved that show yeah I mean that thing is a juggernaut we're talking.
In advance now approaching fifteen million dollars in in ticket sales and who's going to say -- everybody and this is a shell that has completely crossed over this over got a -- -- Talks about the bosses Dornan -- -- beleaguered people that I'm not walking out not walking out there are -- quarter.
Well of course and our war gonna Arctic game okay what do you -- -- -- where they're gonna go -- -- the -- bottom end.
-- -- listen I'm telling you.
I it will take you.
No simple walk queue into the book of Mormon -- not gonna if if the language is too offensive I'll plug your ears when they say that things you don't like and I guarantee you one you're gonna love this show I would like.
You'll you'll find it -- it would be offended and I thought I would be offended -- Well not there's not much -- -- -- in -- we took why and I mean you know why -- -- -- -- -- wide twice.
Sort of on -- but what's really about the book of Mormon is.
For all of its so called defensiveness or subversive this.
It plays like Guidant an old fashioned musical as like a bye bye -- that's the cleverness sort of reminded me of that outside right now right Spotify man I -- -- Good to seated on -- I'm seeing smashing up so.
And he's an alert brawl but.
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