Rabbit Hole
Rabbit Hole
Jun 4, 2020
Eight: 'We Go All'
35 min

One QAnon believer’s journey through faith and loss — and what becomes of reality as we move online.

Off Camera with Sam Jones
Off Camera with Sam Jones
Sam Jones
Ep 140. John Goodman
John Goodman wasn’t always the imposing presence he is today, but he’s always had his charisma. As an eighth grader in Missouri, John charmed the “hard guys” in school with a spot-on Gomer Pyle impression so they would protect him. As he explains, “I was a little fat kid. I had the glasses with the tape in the middle. I was nerdy, man.” Heavily influenced by Marlon Brando and captivated by the language of Shakespeare, John discovered his dream to become an actor and left the Midwest to make it happen. After a stint as Thomas Jefferson in a dinner theater rendition of 1776, John found commercial success in New York City, but his career really took off when Roseanne came along in the late ‘80s. He’s also been a fixture in Coen brothers’ movies (Raising Arizona, Barton Fink, The Big Lebowski, and more), bringing his characteristic physicality to roles that simmer with an explosive energy. Exhibit A—screaming obscenities and beating the bejesus out of a Corvette with a crow bar in The Big Lebowski. That on-screen volatility was also present in John’s off-screen life. Decades of heavy drinking forced John to confront his demons, and as a self-described “egomaniac with an inferiority complex,” he has come out the other side with humility, grace, and an endearingly self-deprecating sense of humor. His perspective on his life and career is downright fascinating. John brings candor and wit to our Off Camera conversation. We discuss why “everything is on the page” with the Coen brothers, how Roseanne came back after a 21-year hiatus, why John looked for trouble in Central Park, and how the movie Animal House was a terrible influence on him.
1 hr 1 min
Bon Appétit Foodcast
Bon Appétit Foodcast
Bon Appétit
Special Presentation of In VOGUE: The 1990s -- It Bags and It Girls
We’re excited to bring you a new series from Vogue -- In Vogue: The 1990s. If you miss the 90s for all its nostalgia, fashion, and culture, you're going to love this episode on the fusion of fashion and celebrity culture. By the mid 90’s, fashion had ceased to be an insular, self-sustaining industry. The fashion ecosystem expanded rapidly to include celebrities as aspirational symbols of fashion and status in popular culture. We chronicle the era when pop culture became the vehicle for a mass education in high fashion. Voices featured, in order of appearance: Kristin Davis, Fran Drescher and Brenda Cooper for the Nanny, Donatella Versace, Vera Wang, Andie MacDowell, Melissa Joan Hart, Jennie Garth, Debra Messing, Melissa Rivers, Victoria Beckham, Meg Ryan, Angela Bassett, Claire Danes, Sharon Stone and stylist Paris Libby, Sofia Coppola, Elizabeth Hurley, Kristen Johnston, Raven Symone, Julia Stiles, Karyn Parsons, Tatyana Ali, Tamera Mowry, Nia Long, Tonne Goodman, Plum Sykes, Mark Holgate, Laird, Darnell-Jamal Lisby If you like what you hear, subscribe to In VOGUE: The 1990s now on your preferred podcast app: Apple Podcasts: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/id1526206712 Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/show/4uJdNOg4EtQAqlnfxLo7wX Or wherever you get your podcasts. For more on this week’s episode and to access additional Vogue content, make sure to visit vogue.com/podcast. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
39 min
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