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Originally Posted by oink View Post

Maybe Art DOES need to go....wink.gif

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Originally Posted by keenan View Post

Wow, you just read my mind.

Yep, come to think of it, Art might look pretty good in red after all. wink.gif
post #1772 of 3237
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Originally Posted by 73shark View Post

If you don't like Rush, just skip over this post. smile.gif

For anyone interested, Nick Searcy aka Art called into Rush today. They talked for about 15 min. Rush is a big Justified and Breaking Bad fan.

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Originally Posted by oink View Post

Maybe Art DOES need to go....wink.gif

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Originally Posted by keenan View Post

Wow, you just read my mind.

Hell, guys, cut Nick Searcy some slack. Like me, he's just a southern boy of a certain age. Now, if I could only remember where I put my assault weapon.smile.gif
post #1773 of 3237
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Originally Posted by adpayne View Post

Yes. And the "Reverend" was in HBO's 'The Pacific' mini-series too.

As well as the kid in Jurassic Park... smile.gif
Edited by Robert Clark - 1/17/13 at 3:45pm
post #1774 of 3237
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Originally Posted by 73shark View Post

If you don't like Rush, just skip over this post. smile.gif

For anyone interested, Nick Searcy aka Art called into Rush today. They talked for about 15 min. Rush is a big Justified and Breaking Bad fan.

There'll be hell to pay from the Hollywood types. PC conformists can't stand any diversity of thought.
What did he say (show related) as I'm not a listener?
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Originally Posted by philw1776 View Post

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Originally Posted by 73shark View Post

If you don't like Rush, just skip over this post. smile.gif

For anyone interested, Nick Searcy aka Art called into Rush today. They talked for about 15 min. Rush is a big Justified and Breaking Bad fan.

There'll be hell to pay from the Hollywood types. PC conformists can't stand any diversity of thought.
Unlike, say, the Tea Party? wink.gif
post #1776 of 3237
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Originally Posted by philw1776 View Post

There'll be hell to pay from the Hollywood types. PC conformists can't stand any diversity of thought.
What did he say (show related) as I'm not a listener?

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Originally Posted by bruce73 View Post

Unlike, say, the Tea Party? wink.gif

Easy with the partisan politics, guys. If you get the Justified thread locked, the rest of us will never forgive you. (That's a joke, sort of.)
post #1777 of 3237
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Originally Posted by gwsat View Post


Easy with the partisan politics, guys. If you get the Justified thread locked, the rest of us will never forgive you. (That's a joke, sort of.)
Got it.

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Originally Posted by philw1776 View Post

There'll be hell to pay from the Hollywood types. PC conformists can't stand any diversity of thought.
What did he say (show related) as I'm not a listener?
I could say something here, but out of respect for my friend gwsat, I'll let it go.
post #1778 of 3237
It's not really politics, it's the content of a person's character that defines them. People are often judged by the company they keep, and rightly so. I can remain a fan of Chief Deputy Art Mullen and I'm certainly not going to stop watching the show, but I can't help but think less of Nick Searcy after hearing of the company he sometimes chooses to keep.
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Originally Posted by 73shark View Post

If you don't like Rush, just skip over this post. smile.gif

That went over like a fart in an elevator.eek.gif
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Originally Posted by gwsat View Post



Easy with the partisan politics, guys. If you get the Justified thread locked, the rest of us will never forgive you. (That's a joke, sort of.)


No need to lock the thread, just edit/remove the political bs of the "tolerant" left like they so quickly edit the commentary when its from the other side.  A little bipartisan post removal would be appreciated now and then.

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Originally Posted by flint350 View Post


No need to lock the thread, just edit/remove the political bs of the "tolerant" left like they so quickly edit the commentary when its from the other side.  A little bipartisan post removal would be appreciated now and then.

Or maybe we could just try to get along... smile.gif
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A lot of sturm und drang over nothing. If Rush really likes the show, good for him. It has nothing to do with politics.

Back to the show, I find myself being blown away by these episodes. The writing is so rich and I love the language. I also find myself loving every bit of the show. Other shows have exposition or backstory that has to be filled. There isn't anything in this show that isn't worthwhile. Scenes of Art, Raylan and Tim in the car waiting are filled with great dialogue. Art talking to the guy who was interviewing for his job are amazing. I savor every bit of these shows.
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Originally Posted by adpayne View Post

I see that your Son not only wrote this week's episode, but he is getting Executive Producer credit now as well. Congrats!

Thanks. He's a co-exec this year, full exec next year. I'd like to say that those promotions are based purely on merit, but it has a lot to do with the deal your lawyer negotiates, and my son was smart enough to get himself a good one early on!

FWIW, Dave comes down on the liberal side (as do many of the writers in the room) but has no problem with the show's content. In his eyes it's about finding the right 'voice' for the characters. That voice (and BTW many anecdotes and names that have popped up on the show) have come from his mother, who is from a little town south of Nashville, where we spent a lot of time when Dave was growing up listening to his grandfather spin tales. Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)
One of them about his uncle Harold, as a boy, trying to get a squirrel that had latched on to his finger off by SHOOTING AT IT, will be seen in an upcoming episode.

Edited by jandron - 1/18/13 at 11:52am
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Originally Posted by jandron View Post

Thanks. He's a co-exec this year, full exec next year. I'd like to say that those promotions are based purely on merit, but it has a lot to do with the deal your lawyer negotiates, and my son was smart enough to get himself a good one early on!

FWIW, Dave comes down on the liberal side (as do many of the writers in the room) but has no problem with the show's content. In his eyes it's about finding the right 'voice' for the characters. That voice (and BTW many anecdotes and names that have popped up on the show) have come from his mother, who is from a little town south of Nashville, where we spent a lot of time when Dave was growing up listening to his grandfather spin tales. Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)
One of them about his uncle Harold, as a boy, trying to get a squirrel that had latched on to his finger off by SHOOTING AT IT, will be seen in an upcoming episode
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You need to put that in spoiler tags, Bubba biggrin.gif
Edited by Ron Temple - 1/18/13 at 2:28pm
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Sorry, taken care of, but what do we do about your reply?
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Originally Posted by jandron View Post

Thanks. He's a co-exec this year, full exec next year. I'd like to say that those promotions are based purely on merit
You must be very proud....I know I would be.wink.gif
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Originally Posted by jandron View Post

Sorry, taken care of, but what do we do about your reply?
I was just kidding, but I fixed it anyway. Cool story...
post #1788 of 3237
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Originally Posted by flint350 View Post


No need to lock the thread, just edit/remove the political bs of the "tolerant" left like they so quickly edit the commentary when its from the other side.  A little bipartisan post removal would be appreciated now and then.

Once more, since I'm not a listener, and snide host pile on remarks aside what did "Art" have to say relative to the show, Justified?
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Originally Posted by philw1776 View Post

Once more, since I'm not a listener, and snide host pile on remarks aside what did "Art" have to say relative to the show, Justified?

I don't listen to Rush Limbaugh anymore, either. I was sorry though that I missed Nick Searcy's appearance so did a search and found it here. Was pleased to learn that Searcy didn't go into "mega-ditto!" mode.smile.gif There are a few political references over the course of a nearly 13 minute interview but they really weren't wearing. Searcy was just as funny and charming as I had expected him to be. Better yet, even Rush wore fairly well.
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Originally Posted by gwsat View Post

I don't listen to Rush Limbaugh anymore, either. I was sorry though that I missed Nick Searcy's appearance so did a search and found it here. Was pleased to learn that Searcy didn't go into "mega-ditto!" mode.smile.gif There are a few political references over the course of a nearly 13 minute interview but they really weren't wearing. Searcy was just as funny and charming as I had expected him to be. Better yet, even Rush wore fairly well.
I'll just let Steven Colbert handle this one:
http://www.hulu.com/watch/447111
Edited by oink - 1/19/13 at 4:33pm
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Originally Posted by oink View Post

I'll just let Steven Colbert handle this one:
http://www.hulu.com/watch/447111

Pretty funny - it's low-hanging fruit - but if you really want to split a stich stay tuned to that site for a couple more segments until he gets to "Porn Names and Porn Lawsuits". biggrin.giftongue.gif
post #1792 of 3237
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Originally Posted by oink View Post

I'll just let Steven Colbert handle this one:
http://www.hulu.com/watch/447111
The man has a bust in the Missouri statehouse.eek.gifconfused.gif
post #1793 of 3237
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Originally Posted by archiguy View Post

Pretty funny - it's low-hanging fruit - but if you really want to split a stich stay tuned to that site for a couple more segments until he gets to "Porn Names and Porn Lawsuits". biggrin.giftongue.gif
Good stuff...I DVR his show every night.

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Originally Posted by keenan View Post

The man has a bust in the Missouri statehouse.eek.gifconfused.gif
Having been to the "Show Me state," I am not surprised...
post #1794 of 3237
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Originally Posted by oink View Post

I'll just let Steven Colbert handle this one:
http://www.hulu.com/watch/447111

I agree that Rush Limbaugh is hard to take when he gets in arrogant high dudgeon, never passing up the opportunity to take a cheap shot, then he is something even a mother couldn't love. Still, meanspirited though it may be, the way in which Rush makes the left crazy makes me laugh. You understand, I am sure, even that isn't enough to get me to listen to the man's palaver anymore.

I apologize for continuing the Rush Limbaugh thread drift in this wonderful thread but thought a link to Nick Searcy's charming appearance with Limbaugh might make it worth the risk.
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Art has some of the best lines in the show. The character is a hoot!

In the last show, which I sadly erased and can't reclaim the exact wording he tells the room of deputies that, "an empty courier bag gives me a Marshall stiffy."

That the actor talks with Rush and that PO's some gives me a listener stiffy.
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Originally Posted by gwsat View Post

the way in which Rush makes the left crazy makes me laugh.
Actually, RL doesn't make "the left" crazy and he never really did.
Why?
Because blow-hards have always been a dime a dozen...

The problem is there are people out there who think he is, in some way, credible....
THAT's what makes "the left" crazy, it isn't anything he says or does.
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Originally Posted by oink View Post


The problem is there are people out there who think he is, in some way, credible....
THAT's what makes "the left" crazy, it isn't anything he says or does.

That's really it. It's a mistake to think that people's dislike of the guy is solely political - a lot of folks on the Right can't stand him either. It's more that he's a probable sociopath with a really big megaphone. As far as Searcy is concerned, Art Mullen might put it this way: If you lie down with dogs, you're bound to get fleas.

And that's that last I'm going to say about He Who Shall Not Be Named. My apologies to all who have been so righteously offended. tongue.gif Now, back to the discussion of our favorite show, where Art doesn't imitate Nick. wink.gif
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An excellent way to put it my Oregon friend! smile.gif
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Originally Posted by Distorted View Post

Art has some of the best lines in the show. The character is a hoot!

In the last show, which I sadly erased and can't reclaim the exact wording he tells the room of deputies that, "an empty courier bag gives me a Marshall stiffy."

That the actor talks with Rush and that PO's some gives me a listener stiffy.

I agree that Searcy seems like the real deal. He came across in his appearance with Limbaugh as being just as relaxed and funny in real life as his character, Art Mullen, is on Justified. Rush Limbaugh is the last guy on earth I would want to spend any time with but I suspect that knowing Nick Searcy would be a pleasure.
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Originally Posted by archiguy View Post

As far as Searcy is concerned, Art Mullen might put it this way: If you lie down with dogs, you're bound to get fleas.
+1

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Now, back to the discussion of our favorite show
Yeah....I want to know when will my gal Winona make an appearance?tongue.gif
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