#927 – A Rage Phone Call/
- November 28, 2020
We chat about Josh’s rage call to the mechanics, enjoying chores, Tommy’s “blonde” moment according to Ben Fordham, and Aunty Donna’s Netflix show!
On today’s episode of The Daily Talk Show, we discuss:
- Josh’s rage call
- A text from Ben Fordham
- Aunty Donna’s Netflix show
- Boycott Chapelle
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Josh Janssen: [00:00:00] It's the daily talk show episode 927.
[00:00:09] Tommy Jackett: [00:00:09] what is happening? What's going on going. So we got Georgie boy here, mr. 97. Hello? Hello,
[00:00:17] Josh Janssen: [00:00:17] sorry. Sorry. A little bit, a little bit late. The, uh, I don't know if anyone else has done this, but it's a, I would call it a rage, a rage call. And it's, uh, it's when your partner asks you to do something, a bunch of times you haven't done it.
[00:00:33] And then they say, Hey, um, I'm just going to give them a call now. And then like, I was going to do it. And then you call. And, um, but then you're no longer a hero because you raged in the moment you're pissed off and you did it. I'm a bad guy, but I've called the mechanic. Like how does that work? Amazing. A service guys.
[00:00:54] George Martin: [00:00:54] Wait, so did Bray say.
[00:00:56] Josh Janssen: [00:00:56] So Bree said, Bree had said, um, Oh, we need to get, get the car into you. Did the last, um, like you S you, uh, put the car in last time for the service. We need to do a service. This was probably how long ago, uh, how long did it go since the last service?
[00:01:11] Tommy Jackett: [00:01:11] Yeah, they're easily that right on your window.
[00:01:13] Josh Janssen: [00:01:13] Yeah. We're we're we're well, and truly over. Okay. But the, uh, the thing is that, yeah, I never thinking about it. Like, I've never actively said our, we need to take the car in for a service. Like it's never crossed my mind. And so Bree had asked, had said about three times in the last three weeks are we should take the car in for the service.
[00:01:32] You did it last time type of thing. And then I've just come back from a walk and she said, Oh, gee, did you put an under my name or your name last time? Because I'm just going to give them a call. And then that was enough to be like, I'm like, do you really think that I know whose name? I have no idea. I don't even know where it was.
[00:01:51] I didn't know anything about the history. Sorry. At the time I did a, um, just a ride, coal and cold. Um, I, I remembered those sort of the location and zoomed in on Google maps and clicked it and called and said, Hey,
[00:02:04] Tommy Jackett: [00:02:04] I left. Okay, well getting the right place at the right place at,
[00:02:07] Josh Janssen: [00:02:07] yeah, it's just on, um, On huddle straight.
[00:02:10] We used to take it to he and day or whatever he and I have you say it. Yeah. But then, um, it's actually a lot cheaper to, to go to another place
[00:02:20] Tommy Jackett: [00:02:20] like an independent, if you buy a car out, a new problem is if you take it to a place that's not a Hyundai dealership, you then don't get your fixed price, service servicing.
[00:02:31] Josh Janssen: [00:02:31] I never understood anyway, because you've, you've got the fixed price servicing, but you end up paying more
[00:02:36] Tommy Jackett: [00:02:36] like. Now, you know exactly how much are you going to pay? It's even if I don't have the,
[00:02:42] Josh Janssen: [00:02:42] but don't they say like, okay, uh, you, uh, it's fixed price, but there's also this additional thing that we need to fix, or, or that's not
[00:02:49] Tommy Jackett: [00:02:49] the case.
[00:02:49] If the car's fucked, if there's something wrong. I mean, the
[00:02:52] Josh Janssen: [00:02:52] problems don't really fine price though. Is it at that point?
[00:02:55] Tommy Jackett: [00:02:55] Or these fixed price. If you, if you are, I haven't, we haven't paid over based for a while. Based on they recommended last time I look, there's something a little wrong with your battery.
[00:03:05] It's not holding charge. I was like, yeah, mate, whatever six months, my battery's dead,
[00:03:10] Josh Janssen: [00:03:10] but that's not a fixed price.
[00:03:13] Tommy Jackett: [00:03:13] No, no, no, no, no. That's just like
[00:03:14] Mason Lauder: [00:03:14] oil changes and all that sort of stuff. Right? Just real basic sort of service. Like Bret checking, your brake pads and your
[00:03:20] George Martin: [00:03:20] brake lights and all that sort of
[00:03:22] Tommy Jackett: [00:03:22] look, there is the thought that is the same scam as the warranties extended warranties.
[00:03:27] You know, you get your extended warranty, you're paying through the nose. That's how Harvey Norman make half their money.
[00:03:33] Josh Janssen: [00:03:33] Can I just say I might be pissed off today, but I won't have you lecture me on how it services. Okay, well, you know what? You're not even old enough. You're not even old enough to fill up a car.
[00:03:46] Mason Lauder: [00:03:46] What are you talking? I feel up, but I reckon what you should do, actually.
[00:03:50] Josh Janssen: [00:03:50] You just got to
[00:03:50] Mason Lauder: [00:03:50] use your second brain. You want it to get back into it,
[00:03:53] Tommy Jackett: [00:03:53] put it in the calendar
[00:03:55] Mason Lauder: [00:03:55] as a recurring event. Every, I don't know, however, that's a good amount. So you need to service your car,
[00:03:59] Tommy Jackett: [00:03:59] but yeah. Put it in like a cause if you're a guy that thinks about it, I think about it.
[00:04:04] I look at the, I look at the amount that's going, like the, I look at our dash. What it is, but then that's like, just treat, I don't think about it any other time, other than being, when I jumped in my seat and I looked at the top and I'm, I'm thinking about the, these things, but
[00:04:20] Josh Janssen: [00:04:20] using the car. I think that that's like, I'm not like a really like a
[00:04:23] George Martin: [00:04:23] car guy to ask.
[00:04:24] I don't think I've ever seen any drive before in
[00:04:25] Josh Janssen: [00:04:25] my life. I'm a very good driver, very good driver. But I think that the thing that upsets me is that what com walks away, like what we walk away thinking. Is, uh, Josh, you know, snapped a break. Cause he was like, Oh yeah, I'm going to do it. And it's like truth.
[00:04:41] No, cause break out. After I called, she was like, you didn't have to be so rude. Um she said that no to her, because I was like, I was going to do it, like get off my back about it. Um, and so we going to do it.
[00:05:01] So the thing is I wasn't going to do it, but surely there's got to be there's something about being caught off guard with a piece of admin. That's just like, I've just come from a walk. I'm just, I'm literally getting the show
[00:05:15] Tommy Jackett: [00:05:15] journalistically. Was there ever a good time to talk to you about this? If you,
[00:05:20] Josh Janssen: [00:05:20] in a Sunday sesh, we've been through this where it's a bit of a sit down.
[00:05:24] It's like
[00:05:24] George Martin: [00:05:24] check it in an email.
[00:05:25] Josh Janssen: [00:05:25] Yeah. Check email would be annoying. I just, I think that there's, there's a version. I mean, that's just Hannah ever get you to do certain tasks that you're responsible for. And do you have to be reminded.
[00:05:38] George Martin: [00:05:38] Yeah, well, this happened the other week when I fixed the fridge. It's
[00:05:42] Josh Janssen: [00:05:42] one of those things where like, you haven't stopped talking.
[00:05:46] George Martin: [00:05:46] proud of myself really? That's what's about on the
[00:05:47] Josh Janssen: [00:05:47] show or just in private. I dunno. I've been here.
[00:05:50] Tommy Jackett: [00:05:50] I think you mentioned it.
[00:05:52] George Martin: [00:05:52] Okay. Well,
[00:05:53] Tommy Jackett: [00:05:53] I fixed the fridge. Did you?
[00:05:55] George Martin: [00:05:55] Yeah. Yeah. The fridge was, um, the Fraser was real frosty and I was in pastry, stuck in the evaporator fan.
[00:06:02] Josh Janssen: [00:06:02] Oh. So
[00:06:03] George Martin: [00:06:03] defrosted, frosted the whole thing.
[00:06:04] And, um, it took hours. And
[00:06:07] Josh Janssen: [00:06:07] I mean, you mentioned like it took hours, like you were there the whole time, left the door open and let it do its thing. Yeah, exactly.
[00:06:16] George Martin: [00:06:16] But it was, um, we've been putting it off for weeks and weeks and then all of a sudden it's like, are we going to do it or, well, well,
[00:06:22] Josh Janssen: [00:06:22] who said that?
[00:06:22] So, so Hannah said a weekend to do it. Yeah.
[00:06:25] George Martin: [00:06:25] And then, and then we did it and I felt great about it. It felt like a hero,
[00:06:28] Tommy Jackett: [00:06:28] but, um,
[00:06:30] George Martin: [00:06:30] yeah, no, definitely. There's always things that are just, you have to do. And then there's never a good time to do it. You just want to keep putting it off and then, but now you've done it.
[00:06:39] Josh Janssen: [00:06:39] So of the thing is I feel like I need to do the final bit, which is actually drive it and pick it up and do all that sort of thing. And then it's fully done. Um, and then it will feel good, but I feel like at that point, I think the conversation I need to have with bracelet. Okay. Reset. Sorry for being rude, but can we celebrate that?
[00:06:57] I call them. So you think I'm getting, yeah. Abs absolutely. A slow clap.
[00:07:04] George Martin: [00:07:04] This is classic. This is, I mean, not to bring it back to screenplay Sunday a few weeks ago,
[00:07:08] Josh Janssen: [00:07:08] but
[00:07:09] George Martin: [00:07:09] when, you know, you had to do something and then all of a sudden when.
[00:07:14] Tommy Jackett: [00:07:14] You've done it.
[00:07:14] George Martin: [00:07:14] It's like, all right, everyone
[00:07:17] Josh Janssen: [00:07:17] claps. I know I need a little bit, I mean, service, what are you, um, are there any things that grace is on your back about or stuff that, and then it just gets to a point where you hit, where you get grumpy and you do it, what
[00:07:31] Mason Lauder: [00:07:31] it is.
[00:07:31] It's the thing of just like writing, writing it down, or actually like taking it in when, when it is dropped in conversation or whatever. So like there's the little things of just like. Oh, we should take the car in for service or, or we should like, you know, can I, can I get this off your, can I have this address or whatever, like writing those things down somewhere.
[00:07:51] So you have them and it's just like
[00:07:53] Josh Janssen: [00:07:53] use the second line. Isn't it? Yeah. You need it. Like
[00:07:55] Mason Lauder: [00:07:55] I've I've I've yeah, literally you need a sign if
[00:07:58] George Martin: [00:07:58] you have a person.
[00:08:00] Mason Lauder: [00:08:00] No, I just, I just used a to-do list in the note taking app,
[00:08:03] Tommy Jackett: [00:08:03] but like, Oh no, you can use the, um, the home, just your what's on what's it called? It's like a
[00:08:10] Josh Janssen: [00:08:10] few reminders or whatever.
[00:08:11] Tommy Jackett: [00:08:11] Yeah. The inbox you just create anyway. Yeah.
[00:08:16] Josh Janssen: [00:08:16] Maybe.
[00:08:17] Mason Lauder: [00:08:17] I mean, I think, I think, I think every, I think everyone probably probably does that, but it is just you getting good at the writing down and then just having a time when you're just smashing through them.
[00:08:27] Tommy Jackett: [00:08:27] Yeah,
[00:08:27] Josh Janssen: [00:08:27] definitely. But is there not service? Has there been a moment where you've had to be asked multiple times to do something?
[00:08:34] Oh yeah, for sure.
[00:08:36] Tommy Jackett: [00:08:36] What is her name too?
[00:08:38] Mason Lauder: [00:08:38] Um, Well, I ha I needed to give, um, I needed to get, get like in a, in a dress and give it to grace. And that took probably like three
[00:08:48] Josh Janssen: [00:08:48] weeks Tabasco.
[00:08:50] Mason Lauder: [00:08:50] And it's just
[00:08:51] Josh Janssen: [00:08:51] like, it's just.
[00:08:52] Mason Lauder: [00:08:52] It's. Yeah. I mean, if I just wrote it down in the first place in, you know,
[00:08:57] Josh Janssen: [00:08:57] cause that's, what's angry.
[00:08:58] Like I think where, where the rage comes in is cause I'm like it's a real quick and easy thing. This is always the frustration, isn't it? It's like, yeah. And that's the response and that's where I feel like I'm not being heard. And so what else serves? So that was the address.
[00:09:13] Tommy Jackett: [00:09:13] Um,
[00:09:17] Josh Janssen: [00:09:17] it was the suit, but you can't bring that up because that was six months ago. Yeah.
[00:09:22] Mason Lauder: [00:09:22] Yeah. Yeah. The, Street's not
[00:09:24] Tommy Jackett: [00:09:24] a good about like booking a restaurant. That's uh, that's uh, that's one can left the last minute and then it's fact because it's booked out.
[00:09:30] Mason Lauder: [00:09:30] Yeah. Yeah. That's not good.
[00:09:31] Tommy Jackett: [00:09:31] Um,
[00:09:32] Mason Lauder: [00:09:32] I mean, w w the washing as well, like just it's, it's not, it's not like.
[00:09:38] It's not a lot, like it's not weeks of arcing. Cause we were pretty good on the washing, but you know, it might be like a day or two of just like putting out the washing or whatever.
[00:09:48] Josh Janssen: [00:09:48] And so is not a better way. So is there, so what we're discovering TJ, do you have times where Amy asks? I feel like you're quite good at the, these random things,
[00:09:58] Tommy Jackett: [00:09:58] but I've started the, the result of her asking things has made me pick up my game more like, and I'm just.
[00:10:07] It's it's different when, if there's a kid in the house. So it's not just because he doesn't know what he, he needs to do. So it's literally like
[00:10:15] Josh Janssen: [00:10:15] what's on his list to sign up.
[00:10:18] Tommy Jackett: [00:10:18] He does he's that kid has never thought about how he has clean underwear every day. Let's be honest. And so when it's, it puts it in perspective, when you have to do it for someone who's pretty useless at everything at this point in their life, could you say you end up doing, we really get into washing.
[00:10:36] If we have fucking clothes, it's a big problem,
[00:10:39] Josh Janssen: [00:10:39] but this is the thing I would love. Like the, the thing that upsets me is I I've said it before and I'll say it again. I love chores
[00:10:49] Tommy Jackett: [00:10:49] and
[00:10:50] Josh Janssen: [00:10:50] no, I'm not. I actually do
[00:10:55] well, me doing stick. This is me doing stick. I actually enjoy, I feel so good. Georgina. How you felt. I loved the freezer. .
[00:11:05] Tommy Jackett: [00:11:05] Love it. I love fishing and boating. I haven't done in years and start
[00:11:10] Josh Janssen: [00:11:10] talking about it.
[00:11:13] George Martin: [00:11:13] But the thing with you, Josh is if you love something, you talk about it all the time. I haven't heard a peep about chores for
[00:11:18] Tommy Jackett: [00:11:18] months.
[00:11:19] Now you're right.
[00:11:19] Josh Janssen: [00:11:19] It's just, I think that it's yeah, this is what shore
[00:11:22] Mason Lauder: [00:11:22] guys, really a recovery.
[00:11:25] Tommy Jackett: [00:11:25] And when was the last time you pack the dishwasher?
[00:11:27] Josh Janssen: [00:11:27] No, I always pack the D that's. I mean, that's the, it's a very, I'm not as good as with the unpacking because the problem with the packing's very easy. See the dirty dish, you put it in the dishwasher, the unpacking bit it's sort of, the dishes are hidden.
[00:11:42] So you have to make an active effort. That's why you officers, they have I'm clean or I'm dirty. It's like there needs to be an external series to know whether
[00:11:50] Tommy Jackett: [00:11:50] you need a
[00:11:51] Mason Lauder: [00:11:51] smart dishwasher to send you a
[00:11:52] Josh Janssen: [00:11:52] notification. I need a little photo, like a time-lapse
[00:11:56] Tommy Jackett: [00:11:56] I think no one really. Enjoys doing these things.
[00:12:02] There's a difference they're choosing to enjoy them, but there is something always better to be done than the fucking dishes, walking outside, doing something fun, like watching TV. There's always another option. Okay. But
[00:12:13] Josh Janssen: [00:12:13] I love procrastinating. So like, if I love procrastinating, surely this is the bet.
[00:12:18] Like I've got so many things I need to do. Surely. I can, rather than I can look at my list and say, you know what, there's eight things. I don't want to do
[00:12:26] Tommy Jackett: [00:12:26] the washing. Do you think you're doing the washing, but thinking about the other stuff. So then it's painful. This literally, there's a literally, um, in the meditation app with Sam Harris, he's talking about this recently, he's talking about doing the dishes and it's about.
[00:12:41] The transitional tasks in life. So it's getting up from your desk to go to the, to the other room is a moment to, um, to focus your attention on the task or whatever you're doing. And so doing the dishes. He had this really interesting chat on his podcast about with, with this man who's lost his wife to cervical cancer, and they were talking about just being present with the individual, you know, being with your partner had to live with them, but they were talking also about moments and how to find joy.
[00:13:12] And so finding joy. In a moment where someone's dying. Sounds horrible. Sounds like, well, there's no joy in that, but when you bring your attention to something, I really am referencing death to doing the dishes.
[00:13:25] Josh Janssen: [00:13:25] It was relevant.
[00:13:27] Tommy Jackett: [00:13:27] But the point being is a medial task, like packing the dishwasher can have as much joy as any other moment, if you give it the attention.
[00:13:36] Yeah. And so. And so the problem being is the practice of giving your whole hearted attention to the task is the way that you can, the problem is when you are doing that task, thinking about everything else, like that's when I don't want to do it, when I'm in my head, annoyed that I'm like, I fucking need to be doing something else right now.
[00:13:58] And so you're not in the moment.
[00:14:00] Josh Janssen: [00:14:00] What about, what about if I was to I'm sure I could create a playlist, which is like a chores playlist. And the, I could have it loud throughout the whole
[00:14:08] Tommy Jackett: [00:14:08] house. You won't get around. I create a playlist. Let's be honest.
[00:14:12] Josh Janssen: [00:14:12] I will probably spend more time on the playlist going
[00:14:17] Tommy Jackett: [00:14:17] straight to it.
[00:14:18] It's just getting straight to it. It's um, it is it's sonar. I've literally this week battled in my own head about doing this stuff. I've just been pulling some more wide around the house, not to brag, but I'm just getting, you know, getting the food down, cooking, cleaning. I'll get another couple of minutes of this.
[00:14:38] And um, what else? I did some sweeping unpack the dishwasher this morning. Yeah, I know. Swiping. Yeah.
[00:14:45] Josh Janssen: [00:14:45] Yeah, yeah. Can you
[00:14:47] Mason Lauder: [00:14:47] TJ, can you get. Can you get Bodhi fired up about doing chores? Like, can you just get him pumped to put the washing on? Like, I, I feel like
[00:14:56] Tommy Jackett: [00:14:56] putting, washing
[00:14:57] Josh Janssen: [00:14:57] and sweeping is just the guy that wants to deal with it later.
[00:15:03] Like just moving shit from one place to another surely. Surely. Yeah, dude,
[00:15:10] Tommy Jackett: [00:15:10] dude, if you're doing a proficient job, you'd swipe and then vacuum. Cause there's stuff that the vacuum cleaner won't necessarily get everything, especially the, the, you know, like your one ness won't get everything. It will just pick up some dust, but there's some times where you just need it.
[00:15:26] Nate's a site, not a psychotic cyclonic, and I've got a cyclonic and I still go for a sweep over a vacuum sometimes. But then I do both. If I'm being proficient, I do both.
[00:15:38] Josh Janssen: [00:15:38] Um, and so know how much he picking up, do you think. From the sweep that you've actually wouldn't be getting,
[00:15:46] Tommy Jackett: [00:15:46] uh, uh, I'm sorry. Um, I think in, in, in a quick moment it could be 10% more just based on where I'm getting to some of the little bits.
[00:15:57] Josh Janssen: [00:15:57] How often do you vacuum.
[00:15:59] Tommy Jackett: [00:15:59] Uh, I probably swiping a bit more if I like don't I might mid 60% of the house is covered in floorboards or like flooring versus,
[00:16:10] Josh Janssen: [00:16:10] and to that question, how often are you?
[00:16:13] Tommy Jackett: [00:16:13] Every couple of weeks?
[00:16:14] Josh Janssen: [00:16:14] Every couple of injections
[00:16:18] we do, like we do a daily vacuum.
[00:16:22] Tommy Jackett: [00:16:22] Great. Who does a daily vacuum?
[00:16:24] Josh Janssen: [00:16:24] Well, uh, Bree loves loves tobacco.
[00:16:26] Tommy Jackett: [00:16:26] That's very impressive.
[00:16:29] Josh Janssen: [00:16:29] Yeah, that's a, it's a meditation
[00:16:30] Tommy Jackett: [00:16:30] excessive as well. Yeah, it's excessive. It doesn't need to be done every day. Does she make some fun?
[00:16:36] Josh Janssen: [00:16:36] Even when a grace and service was looking after our plight, they vacuumed.
[00:16:41] Oh, good.
[00:16:42] Tommy Jackett: [00:16:42] Yeah, but I've stayed in people's houses who are anal attentive, and then you're just like, you have to fucking
[00:16:50] when you're walking out the door. I think he's done everything I need to,
[00:16:54] Josh Janssen: [00:16:54] well, they replaced the toothpaste too. Thank you for that.
[00:16:58] Tommy Jackett: [00:16:58] I use the two, I mean, that's, that's needed if they're using it toothpaste
[00:17:01] Josh Janssen: [00:17:01] or they have a whole new toothpaste. That's very generous.
[00:17:05] Tommy Jackett: [00:17:05] That's nice. Look, it is. Sometimes I go through that, Josh, where I get, you know, you know, from, uh, I'm a bit scared about the, you know, these tasks and then you just fucking stop being a bitch.
[00:17:18] Like there is a version of just do it. I literally say that to myself. I'm like, you're just being a fucking whinge. Just do it, just fucking do that, do it. And that gets me past, I dunno what you does. Maybe the playlist is for you, but the bitch thing might be a bad
[00:17:35] Josh Janssen: [00:17:35] thing. The thing is like it's a, there's a, uh, I think that,
[00:17:39] Tommy Jackett: [00:17:39] you know what I've actually thought, what would have been for him say
[00:17:42] Josh Janssen: [00:17:42] I've thought literally
[00:17:44] Tommy Jackett: [00:17:44] he texted me last night, complaining about something else.
[00:17:47] Guru he's he's the
[00:17:51] Josh Janssen: [00:17:51] one, his photo. So
[00:17:53] Tommy Jackett: [00:17:53] I, it was just something I see it on the show. He was calling me out for it. And then calling me at, we call you out saying it. It's too much context. It's off topic. It's not that it's not that good. It's not that good to break it up.
[00:18:07] Josh Janssen: [00:18:07] Come on, give us a little hint.
[00:18:08] Tommy Jackett: [00:18:08] Give us a little bit, listen on this, the Fordham he's he cracked it at you last time member for the,
[00:18:15] Josh Janssen: [00:18:15] yeah, I remember.
[00:18:15] But what does he call? I want to know what he cracked, cracked to you about.
[00:18:18] Tommy Jackett: [00:18:18] Oh, it was a couple of days ago. It was about that fucking riddle that we read out. I, to be honest photo, I don't understand your text. I don't know how to. Joe is the
[00:18:30] Mason Lauder: [00:18:30] bacon, Kevin bacon.
[00:18:31] Tommy Jackett: [00:18:31] He wrote bacon, you fucking Gronk. And I said, Kevin question Mark.
[00:18:35] Or, and then I said, or other vegans coming for our bacon question, Mark, Kevin. I can't believe Josh let you off the hook on that. You're the biggest, your biggest blond moment. And he just turned the other way at this point. My hair is completely blanked cause I've got no idea what he's actually meaning.
[00:18:51] And I said, lucky, I have a cohost who has no grasp on pop culture. That's why it went over your head.
[00:18:58] Josh Janssen: [00:18:58] No, no, I got the, I understood the, um, the bacon ref. I understand why you haven't brought it up.
[00:19:03] Tommy Jackett: [00:19:03] The flaked mate. Listen back to it. I would have hammered you. I still don't get it at this point.
[00:19:09] Josh Janssen: [00:19:09] Photo. So the thing is I do,
[00:19:11] Tommy Jackett: [00:19:11] I said, I said, I said to him, I said that I was referring to Kevin bacon.
[00:19:16] Didn't I question, man? None of them no said, yeah, mate, he's loving the podcast. Sounds really
[00:19:23] Josh Janssen: [00:19:23] not. I feel like maybe he was playing a bit of banter, which made can't believe he did it. And you're like, what.
[00:19:30] Tommy Jackett: [00:19:30] No, actually what he's painting. Cause I thought I was saying Kevin bacon and you were saying that it was about bacon being taken.
[00:19:36] Josh Janssen: [00:19:36] it is. So the thought is that the whole, the Steve jobs or so I think what they're referring to is the last name being like there's no jobs, no hope, no, all of that sort of thing.
[00:19:45] Tommy Jackett: [00:19:45] I get that. I get that. But there's no backup because I live in a world where I have three pieces of paper. Um,
[00:19:51] Josh Janssen: [00:19:51] but that's the joke.
[00:19:52] The joke is hopefully they don't take away our bacon. It didn't have anything to do with six, seven, six fucking days separation. Didn't have that thing to the
[00:20:03] Tommy Jackett: [00:20:03] got that then too. I just wasn't understanding the reference of taking away our bacon. Who's fucking doing that.
[00:20:10] Josh Janssen: [00:20:10] Yeah. And so that's where, because
[00:20:13] Tommy Jackett: [00:20:13] I'm trying to understand
[00:20:14] Josh Janssen: [00:20:14] the coal jobs
[00:20:15] Tommy Jackett: [00:20:15] are gone.
[00:20:16] Jobs are gone, like this is the year for COVID like, there's a bunch of stuff. I don't know the reference to a food group that could be taken. Well,
[00:20:27] Josh Janssen: [00:20:27] I want to say you had a comedy night. I don't get it.
[00:20:32] Tommy Jackett: [00:20:32] I think there's too many jokes out there that people just laugh along. But you don't get into them. Could you, if you give it to
[00:20:37] Josh Janssen: [00:20:37] them, we'll have a session where TJ watches auntie Donna's Netflix thing.
[00:20:42] It's just like, I don't get it. Why they doing that?
[00:20:47] George Martin: [00:20:47] Yeah, I know. I mean, that's been my life recommending it. Don't I can't, I dragged my friends along to one of their shows a couple of years ago
[00:20:56] Tommy Jackett: [00:20:56] and I just had to tell them like, guys, how long have they had a Netflix show for?
[00:21:00] Josh Janssen: [00:21:00] Three weeks. Yeah.
[00:21:02] Tommy Jackett: [00:21:02] That's
[00:21:02] Josh Janssen: [00:21:02] huge.
[00:21:03] Now they're now they're blowing up. Yeah, this is massive.
[00:21:06] Tommy Jackett: [00:21:06] It's not like
[00:21:06] Josh Janssen: [00:21:06] Australia, Netflix. Like this is like, this was
[00:21:10] George Martin: [00:21:10] a hundred and something countries.
[00:21:12] Tommy Jackett: [00:21:12] So you re um, I've heard you talk about them. Heaps J Bay. And then I, and then I saw the Netflix thing. I'm like, Holy shit. If that's like, they're the Melbourne dude,
[00:21:20] George Martin: [00:21:20] right in Melbourne.
[00:21:21] Yeah. Th this is a big, like
[00:21:23] Tommy Jackett: [00:21:23] big guys.
[00:21:25] George Martin: [00:21:25] Yeah. They're so absurd. And they're so. Yeah, just,
[00:21:29] Tommy Jackett: [00:21:29] I just do like
[00:21:30] George Martin: [00:21:30] kind of dumb humor, like kind of childish humor. And it's just all just to be funny, there's no political undertones or anything like that. Um, and then Netflix of like sign this, you know, $8 million deal with them for seven episodes or whatever.
[00:21:45] Great. And they've just let them do whatever they want that. So there's like bloody. Uh, car, car, city Ringwood is referenced in the show
[00:21:55] Josh Janssen: [00:21:55] like grant Denyer
[00:21:58] George Martin: [00:21:58] like all these four and 20 pots, there's all these little Australian references when it would have been so easy for the producers to be like, can you, you know, can we make this a bit more international?
[00:22:07] Can you like, we don't get it, but then just let them die. Yeah, that's fine. And, um,
[00:22:15] Josh Janssen: [00:22:15] yeah. To cast. Cause I do services as well. Yeah.
[00:22:22] George Martin: [00:22:22] I think they're great. But yeah, I, I did have to like a couple of years ago when they were doing a show, I was like, guys, I bought five tickets. So you're all coming with me. Like I'm not going to make you pay for it because you probably won't like it, but just, I want to go so you guys can come and keep me company and yeah, people loved it.
[00:22:40] Like. They're just, they're just so different to what it, what else is going on in comedy at the moment? Like,
[00:22:46] Tommy Jackett: [00:22:46] do you feel like you've been on to them? Do you feel like you have some kind of level of ownership of the Oh
[00:22:53] George Martin: [00:22:53] geez.
[00:22:54] Tommy Jackett: [00:22:54] Yeah, yeah, yeah. Thank
[00:22:55] George Martin: [00:22:55] God. You know, but I'm glad, I'm so glad, like the good thing that they got so much support from the comedy community about this Netflix show, like everyone's just been like, congratulations.
[00:23:05] Like it's huge. And they sell it may because I'll
[00:23:08] Tommy Jackett: [00:23:08] fucking dissect their jokes and find
[00:23:10] Josh Janssen: [00:23:10] what's up. Yeah. Yeah. This is your like tones. And I, like, I saw them Saraj at Byron, you know, performing this is
[00:23:20] Tommy Jackett: [00:23:20] on the street.
[00:23:21] Josh Janssen: [00:23:21] Yeah.
[00:23:22] Tommy Jackett: [00:23:22] I might also
[00:23:23] Josh Janssen: [00:23:23] pray, pray Netflix.
[00:23:25] George Martin: [00:23:25] Yeah, yeah, yeah. So now I hate onto doughnut. Is that what you're saying?
[00:23:30] Josh Janssen: [00:23:30] Yeah.
[00:23:31] Tommy Jackett: [00:23:31] Yeah, yeah. George just quickly. Are you a breast of the Jew
[00:23:36] Josh Janssen: [00:23:36] breast guy or an
[00:23:39] Tommy Jackett: [00:23:39] of the Chappelle situation? Boy caught Chappelle Toby, no. Dave Chappelle no, no. The Chappelle show. Were you a fan of that? I never watched it. Yeah. I think, I mean, it was so
[00:23:58] Josh Janssen: [00:23:58] time. But
[00:23:59] Tommy Jackett: [00:23:59] yeah, it was, I think 2006, it's pretty out there.
[00:24:05] I can't remember the date. I just remember being young and I didn't watch him watching that. Um, yeah, because we didn't have it. It was all like, it was on. I dunno how you're downloading shit. I was comedy central, central, so he signed a deal years ago with comedy central and basically, uh, he left, he quit like famously quit that and then disappeared for 20
[00:24:29] George Martin: [00:24:29] something
[00:24:30] Josh Janssen: [00:24:30] 10 years.
[00:24:31] Tommy Jackett: [00:24:31] It was a long time dirty left for a long time. And everyone was like, where's Dave. And he's moved to, he moved to like this small town where he grew up. Anyway, he, um, Has come out and started talking about what happened. And he said, people think I made a lot of money from Chappelle show. When I left that show, I never got paid.
[00:24:48] They didn't have to pay me because I signed a contract, but is this right? I found out that these people were streaming my work and they never had to ask me, or they never had to tell me he's, you know, he's the guy that sort of probably be poured his heart and soul into it. It was his masterpiece and he owns zero of it now.
[00:25:07] But get this Netflix started. Streaming it. And
[00:25:11] Josh Janssen: [00:25:11] did they buy it from comedy central or what was the deal? I don't know
[00:25:15] Tommy Jackett: [00:25:15] what, how they would at licensed or something happened. I would have paid the money either way. Dave didn't get any, and Davey's on Netflix and has been paid a lot of money by them. And he likes them.
[00:25:25] He said I liked them because they weren't around when all that shit went down, the business wasn't around in existence. Anyway, um, he went to Netflix and said it doesn't make me feel good that you guys are staring at me yet. You know, told them the situation. It's my face. They took it off. I took it off here.
[00:25:43] Right. And he said, that's why I fuck with Netflix. But there's a, there's a huge, there's a 10 minute piece monologue on his Instagram.
[00:25:53] Josh Janssen: [00:25:53] It's hang minutes. It's great.
[00:25:54] Tommy Jackett: [00:25:54] 18 minutes. Fuck. He just talks about the contract, the industry it's it's so fascinating.
[00:26:01] George Martin: [00:26:01] So why is it boycott Chappelle though?
[00:26:03] Tommy Jackett: [00:26:03] Because he thinks that if anyone watches that.
[00:26:07] It's stealing from him.
[00:26:09] Josh Janssen: [00:26:09] He's telling the boys. Yeah. He's telling you until I get paid, don't watch the show. Yeah.
[00:26:16] George Martin: [00:26:16] Oh, wow.
[00:26:17] Tommy Jackett: [00:26:17] That's very mean he's not seeking
[00:26:19] Mason Lauder: [00:26:19] cash, right?
[00:26:20] Josh Janssen: [00:26:20] I mean, I think that that's what these probably asking for now. He wants to see his payday, but this reminds me a little bit of, um, I mean, Taylor Swift, she's doing all right, but all this stuff around her, um, master's or whatever, I didn't completely understand the, the why music, the music industry works, but remember scooter.
[00:26:37] Braun had the, um, all the rights. And then he, uh, sold them on to bloody, uh, some other company. And
[00:26:46] Tommy Jackett: [00:26:46] you know what, I regret my statement to that. My co-host has no grasp
[00:26:51] Josh Janssen: [00:26:51] on the pulse, on the
[00:26:53] Tommy Jackett: [00:26:53] pulse baby.
[00:26:54] Josh Janssen: [00:26:54] And they pulled them off the scooter Braun, uh, know it was an investment company. Um,
[00:26:59] Tommy Jackett: [00:26:59] that was going
[00:27:00] George Martin: [00:27:00] on. It wasn't, it wasn't,
[00:27:01] Josh Janssen: [00:27:01] it wasn't me.
[00:27:02] It wasn't. And so anyway, she wrote a letter to them saying, guys, Uh, only fuck with Netflix. Yeah, no, give me back. And, um, uh, but then this is the interesting thing. So she's rerecording all of them music or whatever, from a rights perspective, like, I guess like if you record it, then you have the, I don't understand it.
[00:27:22] We've got to go. It's the end.
[00:27:25] Tommy Jackett: [00:27:25] He was thinking about doing it. Another Chappelle show George, he can't do it. Chapelle. The name is. The
[00:27:32] George Martin: [00:27:32] rights that were owned by.
[00:27:34] Tommy Jackett: [00:27:34] So he literally can't use his own fucking name. You'd feel like you're trapped
[00:27:38] George Martin: [00:27:38] anyway. And Dave shed show is owned by Dave Lawson's.
[00:27:44] Josh Janssen: [00:27:44] That's a good reference JB. It's a daily talk show. If you enjoyed the show, please leave us a review on Apple podcasts, share on Instagram to let people know that you're listening. Otherwise we'll see you tomorrow. Guys. Have a good one.
[00:27:55] Tommy Jackett: [00:27:55] Hey