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REShow: Jalin Hyatt/Luis Guzman - Hour 3

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November 16, 2022 3:26 pm

Tennessee WR Jalin Hyatt and Rich discuss his rise from obscurity to becoming one of the top receivers in College Football this season, his chemistry with QB Hendon Hooker, and what it was like celebrating the Vols’ win over Alabama by smoking a cigar in the locker room with Peyton Manning.

Actor Luis Guzman joins Rich in-studio to discuss his new Tim Burton-directed Addams Family Netflix series ‘Wednesday,’ and talks ‘Boogie Nights, Burt Reynolds, Al Pacino, ‘Calito’s Way,’ and ‘Ghost’ in a round of Celebrity True or False.’

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This is The Rich Eisen Show.

I am a lucky guy. Live from The Rich Eisen Show studio in Los Angeles. Some guy walks up to me in a buccaneer's jacket in the middle of Munich. He says to me, aren't you Susie Schuster's husband? No.

Why yes. Earlier on the show, director of HBO's Shaq, Robert Alexander, Alabama linebacker, Will Anderson. Coming up, Tennessee wide receiver Jalen Hyatt from Netflix's Wednesday, actor Luis Guzman. And now, it's Rich Eisen. Our number three of The Rich Eisen Show is on the air.

844204 Rich number to dial. We just hung up with Walter Camp, player of the year, semifinalist Will Anderson Jr. of Alabama. We're about to say hello. He's scheduled a call in right now of Walter Camp, player of the year, award semifinalist Jalen Hyatt of Tennessee football. They're currently sitting there fifth, waiting for somebody to trip up. Somebody to swoop in and take that spot. Because the SEC always gets two teams because it just means more to them and the Big Ten can go pounce in.

They want two teams in. Forget it. It's not going to happen. Forget it. Exactly.

It means less to you. It doesn't matter that there's two currently undefeated teams from the same conference in college football. And that conference is the Big Ten.

That's nice. Good for you guys. And it's set up for whoever loses when the two of them play each other in about 10 days. Alright, TCU has Baylor.

Slip out. The top four. And somebody just swoops right in and takes their spot because they lost sooner. Makes sense, right?

Makes sense. And this is not me trying to set the table for what I think is an inevitable Michigan loss in Ohio State. False. I'm saying this. Excuse me. I'm saying this on behalf of Buckeye fans who will want this being said nonstop. You really are jet-lagged.

Not jet-lagged. When it comes to this, I'm being clear-eyed and full-hearted. Alright, Coach Taylor. Right now about this.

So, disgusted to start this program. TCU has Baylor. Thank you, Bruce. TCU has Baylor this week and Iowa State next week.

That's great. I'm just saying if they're going to get knocked off as well, that's all I'm saying. Well, and don't they have to play a championship game?

They do. Right? I think they got to play a championship game, too.

Right? Then there's Georgia. It's kind of crazy. Georgia LSU's already set. It's locked in. It's locked in. So, they got that going on.

Which is nice. What if LSU wins the SEC? The SEC championship game winner doesn't get a spot in the college football Final Four? No, they'll get a spot. They'll be the four seed just because of who they've beaten throughout the year. And Georgia gets a spot because they were undefeated and they only lost one game to the eventual SEC championship game winner?

Sure. And so the Big Ten champ doesn't get to move on? The Big Ten champ moves on but the second runner-up doesn't go? Because they play in the same division? Is that what you're saying? Just want to know.

Just want to know how this works out. Yeah, because Georgia's the defending champ so they would make it. Really, you don't want the defending champ in? No, I don't. I don't. I don't believe half more on the Philadelphia Eagles right now anyway.

What do I care? That's true. They really need Jordan Davis, I'll tell you that. So do the Eagles. That's what I mean, the Eagles.

That's what I mean, the Eagles, yeah. Joining us on the Rich Eisen show, Mercedes-Benz Vans phone line, is somebody who's on the Walter Camp player of the year semifinalist list because he has just been dynamite. He leads the entirety of NCAA football in touchdown catches, getting set to take on South Carolina where he's from.

From the Tennessee volunteer football program on the Mercedes-Benz Vans phone line, Jalen Hyde. How you doing, Jalen? Hey, I'm doing good.

How about y'all? I'm doing fine. Walk me through your season and how you've gone from where you started to clearly the number one wide receiver on your team, if not all of college football.

Walk me through that for you, if you don't mind. Yeah, you know, just always putting in hard work. Just going back, just being in the, as far as off-season, just making sure I'm staying focused, making sure I'm being dialed in because we lost some talent last year. I knew I had to step up and not only that, we have a great quarterback, great coaching staff and just me listening to my coaches, listening to Coach Pope and just trying to get better every day during the summer.

I think that was really the biggest thing that helped me throughout the season. So, you know, I'm very happy about what I've done so far, but we can take another step to where I want to go. Well, I mean, you know, just researching, just looking back at the conversations about your team going into the season and you definitely were not number one, if you will, on the depth chart or number one wide receiver, clearly far and away going into the season. Are you even surprising yourself with what you've done so far this year?

A little bit? You know, I'm not surprised just because, you know, I just believe in the hard work that I put in. You know, I believe in myself. You have to, you know, just to be on the field, you know, you have to have the confidence of, you know, telling yourself you're the number one guy, even if you're not. So, you know, I'm just, I'm proud of what I have done so far, but like I said, you know, we're not, the season is not open with and we have a lot more games to play and I'm just excited about this team as far as what we have done and what we have accomplished so far. What's your chemistry with Hendon Hooker, your quarterback, who's another Walter Camp semifinalist?

Jalen? Yeah, you know, great quarterback, just a leader in that role, a leader for this team. You know, I knew him just really my freshman year of college. I knew him even before I came here to Tennessee when he was at Virginia Tech and just having that connection with him just off the field, I think, just helped build what we have just on the field.

So, man, I'm just blessed to have him as a quarterback and what he has done so far for our team. Do you have like a chemistry with him where all it takes is a look and he knows what you're thinking, you know what he's thinking? Pre-snap? Oh, yeah. Oh, yeah. Yes, sir. You know, we always give ourselves a look and, you know, we see the coverage, we see what they're in and, you know, we try to exploit that every time and just with our connection, you know, we grew with it, you know, during the summer.

So, we just got to keep going and, you know, keep doing what we have to do. And then you got South Carolina this weekend, if I'm not mistaken, you tell me what's true and what's false. You're from South Carolina, right? That's true? Yes, sir. Okay. South Carolina did not offer you.

Is that true? Yeah, they didn't offer me a high school. And, you know, it wasn't, you know, it's not hard feelings or anything, but, you know, I really wanted that offer. But, you know, it is what it is because, you know, you always wanted the offer from your home state. But, you know, it is what it is and God has blessed me with other things. I know that and I get it and I understand that you want to stay humble and that you're thrilled to be where you are, but is it true you want to lay it on this weekend for that fact? Oh, yeah. You know, I'm a treat just like a regular game, just go out there and do what I have to do.

But, you know, it's going to be a little more, just a little more entertaining, you know, this pretty thing. But, you know, just proud of what we have done so far. Does the rest of the team know this? They must know it, right? All of them know it, you know, all of them know it. And it's just funny just being a part of the team as far as how everybody comes up to me like, you know, you know who we're playing, the whole station this weekend. You know, it's amazing to be on this team.

We just have to come out and do what we have to do. Okay then, so who do you model your game after, Jalen Hunt? Who do you model it after? You know, I have two or three that I, you know, really enjoy watching. Obviously, I love watching Devante Adams. I think Justin Jefferson, what he has done so far, especially this year is different. And just how he plays, just how he moves on the field. He's more of a finesse guy and, you know, I really like how Justin Jefferson plays and, you know, I try my best to, you know, kind of do what he does sometimes in his offense. But, you know, I'm still working on it.

So I have some time to grow for it. Do you see what he did in Buffalo? Do you see that one? I say, trust me. I mean, that was one of the greatest catches I've ever seen, ever. Yeah, it definitely goes down in history books for sure. So who's the guy you grew up trying to emulate at wide receiver when you were a kid? You know, we were Colts fans at that time.

Okay. You know, I didn't, I was just trying to think at that time when I was young, just watching the Colts the whole time, because my dad's a big Peyton Manning fan. So we always watched the Colts. So at that time I would have had to say Reggie Miller. Is it Reggie Miller? Reggie Wayne. Reggie Wayne. Yeah. Reggie Wayne.

Reggie Wayne. That was when I was little, you know, that's when I was little and I was playing quarterback a little time ago. So, you know, there was a lot going on there.

So what if your dad was a huge Colts fan and made you a Colts fan because of Peyton Manning, what was it like to have the sheriff in your locker room sharing a cigar with you after beating Alabama? What was that like? Oh, no, it was, it was, it was unreal. You know, just really just seeing how of all nation, how we just took over the field.

It took me maybe 30 minutes just to get to my locker room. Yeah. It was crazy. You know, and just seeing Peyton Manning and you know, I actually seen him before being in here.

I seen him, we were actually lifting together one time, which is actually crazy. That's my first time meeting them here. Yeah. It was just, yes.

Yeah. He was in the weight room when I came in and he was already, um, he was doing some stuff in the weight room and I see him, nobody else was in here. Just Peyton Manning and I'm just like, I'm lost. You know, I was, I was, I didn't know what to do.

I was like, it's just a dream or something or, you know, but uh, yeah, that was my first time. How many plates was he putting up? How many plates is Peyton putting up?

Do you remember? You know, the crazy thing, he was doing some squats, which kind of threw me off guard because, you know, I know he retired and, um, you know, I know as far as his career, you know, it's over with it. I'm thinking, you know, he's gonna take a little break and I told man that he's doing squats with the bar.

So, uh, that day, you know, I had me in shock. I didn't know what was going on, but, uh, Oh, just the bar, no plates on the bar. Just the bar. Oh no, he had, he had some plates. He had two of them at least.

Definitely 225 on there. So you're just strolling, right? So you're just strolling into the weight room and it's leg day for Peyton Manning.

That's what you're basically saying. It was during the off season. Uh, nobody was here, you know, our coaches had, uh, they would do their recruiting or, you know, absolutely off time. And I was here during the summer. So I come in one time just to live, you know, and try to get some, do the workout in it. You know, he's in here squatting. So I was, I was confused. I called my dad about it. I, you know, showed him and it was crazy.

It was crazy. But, um, that was my first time meeting him, meeting Peyton man, as far as in person. But what does it mean? It must mean so much for you to make Peyton that happy. I mean, the whole volunteer nation that happy. I mean, to see Rocky top, uh, and, and to hear it sung and to hear the seeing everything that's gone on with this year and you're having an opportunity, you know, to still make the college football playoff. I mean, how significant is this for you and the rest of everyone in that locker room to be part of this resurgence?

I think, um, just as far as with our nation, um, you know, just being around here, being on campus, uh, you know, being in facility, uh, just going out for game days, you know, ball walks, uh, just everybody it's alive here. You know, everybody loves being up here. Um, the fans love it. Our players love it. Our coach love it.

Um, it's environment that I feel like, um, a lot of people need to, uh, need to just experience, you know, just experience and see what ball nation is like. And, um, I think for our team it's giving us confidence, you know, it's, uh, showing us that we know what we can do on the field. And for us, we have to be consistent. We have to back it up every, every week to get to our goals.

And, uh, I think it just made our team, you know, even more hungry to seeing how alive it is here. And, uh, you know, we're, we're enjoying it. I bet, man. Okay. Well, um, I'll ask you this question. Um, I'm, I'm, I'm sure you've been asked it already, uh, certainly locally there.

Do you think you've played your last home game in Tennessee? You know, it's, you know, that's the, that's the long thing. That's the long process. I have to, uh, you know, think about, you know, just talking to my family, um, you know, talking with the coaches here, it's talking to coach Pope, you know, coach hype and, you know, obviously our, uh, uh, office coordinator, you know, coach goals, just seeing their feedback and what my family has to say. And, uh, you know, we'll go from there, but you know, I'm just worried about our season, worried about where we can go and just worried about getting to that national championship for sure.

Okay. Well, I look forward to seeing how it all plays out for you, Jalen Hyatt. Congrats on being a, a Walter Camp semifinalist. That is a very impressive list of your colleagues that you have, uh, you have made and, um, let's, uh, let's keep in touch down the line. Appreciate the time, man. I appreciate y'all, man. I appreciate you, man. Thank you.

Right back at you. That's Jalen Hyatt of the Tennessee volunteer football program. I think I saw the photograph of him with Peyton smoking a cigar. Pretty awesome. Oh yeah.

Cigars were out as the goalposts were being taken to the river. How about that? He said it took him a half an hour to get back to the locker. He was answered his question. I was going to ask him how long, like what happened that day? I believe it.

That's awesome, man. Seen some mock drafts with him in the early fifties, rich. You know what? Second round, second round wide receivers. You know who also from the state of South Carolina, who was the second round wide receiver? Yep. Deebo Samuel. I heard of that worked out. DK Metcalf was a second round wide receiver.

I heard of him. Doesn't matter. It doesn't matter. Just means you, you, you just wait another night. Yep.

All good. Yeah. You're one of the top 50 players to be considered by NFL scouts and ball out early on. The team doesn't have that fifth year control over you. That's true too.

Also, we can't say that worked well for Deebo. Yeah. Can't say it doesn't matter though. I mean, there are so many men probably with gold jackets because of the chips that they had on their shoulder because they weren't in that version. No doubt. No doubt. How about that?

You're like Tom Brady, for instance. You're walking, you're walking in. Yeah, here it is. I got the photograph here, Hoskins.

I'm going to send it to you and pop it right on the air. Not honestly. Hugging in the eye with Peyton Manning, you mean? Yeah. Oh yeah. I think the Vols tweeted that out. I just popped it.

I just emailed it to you. It's just, it's, it's, it's life. I mean, his dad is a big Colts fan because of Peyton Manning and suddenly how would a story. Right. Peyton Manning's doing leg day. How about that?

By himself in the gym. Impressive. Can't skip leg day. Yeah, you can. Well, I mean, you can. I'm just saying. Understood.

You shouldn't. Right. And then, and then you come up, you're part of a team, a part of a resurgence that is one of the delivers. When was the last time, what would you say if Tennessee fans said that this the last time they felt like this for a win? Oh, for a win like this. Oh man. It's gotta be probably what?

99 national championships like that. Right. Long time ago. Look at that picture. That is. Yeah. I mean, that is autographed. That's blown up. That gets framed.

That is like crib full length, full size on the wall at home. Yeah. How you doing? Never take a cooler photo. Never. Well, you know, hopefully for him, you know, he went to Super Bowl, whatever. Yeah. For the Indianapolis Colts that, that, that Jim Irsay finally gets Peyton Manning to.

But that's in his man cave, whatever mansion he's living in the next few years. Team president. Team president.

All right. Let's take a break. Luis Guzman. It's been forever since he was here. Forever, man. Seven years.

This is going to be a blast. He's been in everything that you love because he's great at it. He's coming up next. Pachanga. Influencer.

It's a word that gets tossed around a lot these days. There is a woman who went the distance, who broke ground as the first true influencer by living a remarkable life. Her name, Elizabeth Taylor. I'm Katy Perry.

This is the story of the original influencer. This is Elizabeth the first. Elizabeth the first the podcast, wherever you listen, the world tournament of soccer kicks off next week in Qatar and to make sure you're up to speed. We present Qatar kick around all this week. The kick around guys are providing a primer of episodes for those watching their very first world tournament or anybody who just wants to learn more and group previews all the way from A through H and predicting how they'll turn out. Will the U.S. even get out of their group?

Will we get a surprise first time winner or will we get the storybook ending of Messi finally lifting the trophy? Andy, Peter and Lars are your soccer friends from the group stage to the final. All available at the kick around dot com or wherever you listen. Back here on the Rich Eisen Show, terrestrial radio audience just joined us. Peter just saw a clip of the new show on Netflix called Wednesday, and it premieres next Wednesday, November twenty third. It is Tim Burton's reimagination, one would say, of the Adams family.

And it's about Wednesday going off to boarding school. And the man who plays Gomez Adams, Luis Guzman here on the program. I mean, I watched the Adams family growing up Monsta.

Oh, who didn't? Right. I mean, I watched the black and white version. Yeah. John Astin played as Adam.

I loved it. Yeah. And then when they did the movie, that was phenomenal.

And here I am. And now the TV show. Yeah. Which is like I said, you know, it's one of those generational things. Right. You know, and it's a continuation to me anyway, of a family legacy, which is what the Adams family is. Right. And there you are.

And Catherine Zeta-Jones plays Morticia Adams. Nice pinstripe suit, too, Luis. Come on, man. That's pretty sweet. Is that your own? You brought your own wardrobe to the equation right there? No, I wasn't good enough to bring my own wardrobe.

Sorry. But we had we had an incredible team of costume designers and sailors. I mean, they built that suit for me. And have you ever been in anything? I'm looking at your filmography. I'm thinking the answer is no, but I'll ask you any with Tim Burton. Is this the first time you've ever been with him?

The first time I was actually in Cardiff, Wales. And I got a phone call saying, Tim Burton wants to speak to you. Tim Burton? Yeah. We zoomed the next day and say, Hey, man, doing this thing about the Adams family. And I said, Oh, cool. So you know, I don't know what's going to happen next.

I love for you to play Gomez. For real? Yeah.

I go, OK. All right, let's do it. And I got the script. I read it. The writing wasn't you know, the thing about this Adam family.

It's not about slapstick. You know, the writing is so good. It's so funny. Yeah. The delivery.

And it makes it funny. Yeah. And that's what that's that's really what sold me.

And then the history of the character, John Astin, Raul Julia, right? Yes. Yes.

And Luis Guzman. Yes, sir. Pretty cool. Yeah. Yeah.

And Tim Burton's vision as well. I mean, I mean, is he on something? What do you think? Oh, man, he's not he's not like some kind of creative juice all the time. It's something, right? Oh, yeah. And you know, look, it's Tim Burton have done some of the most iconic out there, crazy ass, like what kind of movies? Batman, the version of Batman, two of them, right?

Exactly. Edward Scissorhands, which is something that he really wanted to do. And he had to fight for Beetlejuice, right?

Beetlejuice. I love that, you know, and, like I say, he, he's a genius in his own right. And for him to be inviting me. He's a really, he's really, really down to earth. You know, I thought I didn't know what I what to expect the first time that I met him.

Yeah. So one of the guys, man, no kidding. One of the guys, the Yankee fan to know I don't I didn't ask.

You never did. Because you're a Yankee fan. I'm a Yankee fan all my life. What'd you think of judges here? Of who Aaron judge this year? Oh, Aaron judge, man. I'm really happy for him. You know, he's good. He's really good. Dude, man.

The 60 something home runs this year was unbelievable. And just watch. I've met him a few times. Okay. Sweet down to earth. Really, really good human being. You met him, huh? Yeah, yeah.

That's pretty cool. Yeah, yeah. All right. I hope he stays. I think he is gonna stay. He better stay.

Because then, you know, I got to go back into my old closet and get my chunga wardrobe and roll up on him. Come here. We got to talk buddy.

You know, but no, no, listen, he's a great athlete, but he's also great human being. So so now you're you from where are you from originally? What's your point? I was born in Puerto Rico. Mm hmm. Grew up in New York City. We're in New York City. We lived in the 60s. It was great because in the 60s we lived in the West Village and in 1970 we moved to the Lower East Side. Mm hmm.

And then in 1995. Yes. I moved to Vermont and I still live in Vermont, Vermont.

Yeah. Why did you choose Vermont? Where did that come from? Because I used to hang out in Vermont. It was a cool vibe up there. We had we had adopted four children, have one of our own. We have five kids. Didn't see these kids growing up in the city. Mm hmm.

You know, um, and we moved up to Vermont and we had a farm and, you know, everybody learned how to ski and snowboard. Sounds like a reality show. Yeah. Well, actually they tried to do a reality show on the Guzman family.

It just didn't pan out. You know, I I just wanted to protect my family and privacy. Okay. Do you make your own like syrup up there?

Matter of fact, we'll send you some maple syrup. Okay. And my daughter, I don't take that as a threat. I mean, okay.

You know, and and my daughter Luna, she does honeybees. So yeah, you're not doing that in the Lower East Side, are you? No, we're not.

I think unfortunately, sometimes on the Lower East Side, we're dodging other things. But no, we'll send you guys some maple syrup. Okay. That's a promise.

I gotta have it. Yeah, you will. Okay, we're gonna do that. I have here, sir, parts of your aspects of your career. Okay, we we play this game with our celebrity guests every now and then it's called celebrity true or false.

You need to tell me what's true and what is false. Okay, okay. If we will do that. And we again, we have some terrific production value to go with it. Please hit it. Celebrity true or false? You can't handle the truth. There you go.

That's the production value right there. Luis Guzman, celebrity true or false? True or false?

You were once considered for the role of Willie Lopez in Ghost and your resemblance to the man who got the job and Rick Aviles is so uncanny. People sometimes ask you why you killed Patrick Swayze's character true or false? That's both true and false. Okay, what's the true part? The true part people really thought I was Willie.

Okay. The false part is that they offered me the part. You never had that part off. I never had that part. I never even auditioned.

They never even saw me for it. Till this day, you and I could be walking through an airport through a mall today. And so why'd you kill Patrick Swayze? What was it like working with Whoopi?

Honestly, if I got a nickel, if I got a nickel, get out of here. Since that began, I probably own this studio in Ireland in a couple of private planes. I swear.

So you've been in so many amazing movies, TV shows and so many amazing projects and you get recognized frequently for one that you were never in and never offered at all. Right. Right. Don't ask me how that happened. Listen, I was in Detroit one time changing planes.

Yes. 90 year old lady comes up to me. Oh my God, I love you in golf. I felt so bad. And I explained, no, no, that was someone else. And then she goes, well, what might have I seen you in? And I go, did you ever see the Count of Monte Cristo? I love that movie. That was such a great movie. Well, I was Jacopo. And then she goes, no, you wasn't in that. So, so it was from that moment on that I say, you know what?

I'm always going to be the guy in ghost. I mean, people, thank you. Thank you. Yes. You say, thanks. Move on.

That's it. Thank you. I love you in ghost.

Hey, thanks. That's interesting for the, for the 90 year old woman, you chose kind of Monte Cristo. You didn't say boogie nights to her, huh?

No, no, that would have been a heart attack waiting to happen. So that's my next one for you. Celebrity. True or false with Louise Guzman. True or false.

You were sent the script for boogie nights, but it sat in your office for six months until you uncovered it while you were cleaning up. Is that true or false? That is true. That is true.

Well, you know, I mean, um, I, I, I didn't know who Paul Thomas Anderson was of course, you know, he was not becoming filmmaker. And so also when you have five kids and they were small at the time, they take up a lot. I put in my office and one day I'm cleaning it out. Oh man, I haven't read this guy's script. I sat down, I read it in one reading. I called them up the first word. I'm dude, they're going to let you make this movie because it was out there, you know, and we get into talking and go, how old are you? And he mumbled something. I go, okay, you're 35. He said, no, I'm 25.

I said, what? You know, because when, when I read it, he captured that error so well. Oh my God, did he, that, that movie for me, Luis is, um, what I call a remote drop. It doesn't matter where I am or what I'm doing. I have to just finish it no matter where I'm picking it up.

It is an Opus. It really is that amazing. What was it like on the set? Did you, did you feel it on the set that this was a movie like that? We knew, I knew anyway that I was working on something really special because you know, you looked at the cast of that movie, but the moment that I said to myself, wow, was the opening shot of that movie. We rehearsed it the night before.

Didn't shoot anything. Got a guy coming off a crane, running down the street with a steady cam, following Burt Reynolds, Julian more myself into the club. We rehearsed that the whole first night. Then the second night we refer, we rehearsed half the night. I don't think we got the first shot off to like two, three in the morning.

And I think we did maybe six, seven takes. Oh my God. Oh yeah. It was, it was at that moment I said, wow, man, this guy has an incredible vision, but you know what? It's credit to poor man. He's a wonderful, wonderful, great writer and a great director too, man.

I mean, you know, just, just to have that type of shot done. And then he did the same thing in Magnolia, you know, going through the studio to the elevator, back up, back down and stuff like that. It's old school. It really is old school.

It's amazing. And, and I appreciate, I believe he still shoots film. Not too many directors do that. Do you got a good Burt Reynolds story that you can share?

Okay. Burt, rest in peace. This is the story. So Mark used to kind of try to bribe me into pulling his wig off. Wahlberg. Wahlberg. Pulling Burt Reynolds wig off. Yes.

Yes. You would be the winner. And he said, he won't hit you, Lou.

He won't hit you. And it's like, I came this close a couple of times. Never did it. Never. No, I couldn't, I couldn't do it. Oh no, no, no, no, no. A thousand dollars.

Couldn't get me to do it. That's how much, how is he bribing you? That's how much was on the table. Plus maybe three, four pairs of sneakers.

That would have did it for me. But Mark back in those days had like 300 pairs of sneakers and we both wore the same size. So Wahlberg offered you a thousand dollars and some of his sneakers to pull Burt Reynolds. And I was like, nah, I will walk behind Burt and make it like, nah, nah. But you know, Burt, to his credit, Burt showed me like a lot of love, you know, and uh, I showed the respect back. Luis Guzman here on the rich.

I just show a couple more for you here. Celebrity true or false. Luis and Carlitos way. Pachanga's lines were originally written in phonetically spelled heavy accented slang that offended some of the crew members of Latino descent. So the lines were rewritten in standard English and you were directed to improve, uh, improvise some slang.

Is that true or false on that front? Yeah, I improvised everything and I improved everything. One of the lines that I, that I did was we were doing ADR and Brian the Palmer who directed it.

Incredible directors. He needed, he said, can you say something here? And it's like, it's the scene where Carlitos dying and you know, this is after he'd been shot by Benny Blanco. And I looked at him and I, and I dropped in the line says it beats that way sometimes.

But that was a real thing that we used to say in the neighborhood that the older guys would say, you know, if you complain about something, they will look at you and say, it beats that way. So yeah. But you know, that was improvised from your upbringing. You brought it to the table. I did. I did.

I did. That was, that was Louis Guzman, courtesy of the great poet writer that I grew up with in the neighborhood named TC Garcia. Damn. You got a good Pacino story for me. A good Pacino story.

Yeah. So one day, you know, we're doing that scene when Viggo Mortensen rose into the office. And so I had to, I had to go from upstairs. Oh no, I had to, I had something, it was seeing that I was downstairs. The camera starts on me and then Al's in the office. He walks out, he's coming down the stairs. I'm running up the stairs and it's total darkness.

You can't see anything. So I think on the second take, so the first time some guy walks by me, I made a second time, the guy's in my way and I grab him and I push him to the side and said, get the hell out of my way. I got to get up there. I did not realize that that was Al. That was Al. Get out of my way dude. Gotta hit my mark. And then Al goes, okay, I'm not going to get in your way this time.

So what are you talking about? That was me. It really happened. And I got to tell you, you remember that scene when he pulled the wire on Viggo and I'm standing outside the office waiting for my cue to come in. Viggo was so real in that moment. Like I was really feeling bad for this guy and I'm listening to this and all of a sudden it's like loose, snap back into it. They're getting character. You gotta, I almost forgot my cue because I was, I was feeling so bad about this guy talking about, you know, he got to pee into a bag, you know, he can't, he can't walk, he can't, he can't. Am I allowed to say this?

He can't get it up anymore. All these things, you know, and it's like, um, and I'm outside the door. Oh, and I got to come in and then I got to come in and Carlito tells me, yo, he's got to walk. Why? And I pull out my Glock, my gun.

It's all, let's take them out right now. So, you know, and that's when, no, no. That's so great.

Last one year, I know is true, but I'm going to ask it anyway because I think you told it the last time you were here and this is a new audience for us here on the Roku channel. True or false, Luis Guzman, you still have the prop head used in the car explosion in traffic and you will drive around with it in the passenger seat to freak people out. Look at that photograph. There it is. Oh yeah, that's true. So that's very true.

Very true. Sometimes, sometimes I'll be like, I'll be, I'll be, I'll be in town and I'm like arguing with it and people, people like will do like a double take and I'll be, don't, don't get involved. I got this.

Don't you dare talk back to me. Don't what you said? What? Oh yeah. Well, you know what? You're going to pack up your stuff tonight and you're going to leave. I'm going to drop you off at the bus stop.

Please, man, don't get involved. I got this. It's family here. You know, but I do drive around with that. Did you get into the, uh, do you know the diamond lane so you can use, like you got two people in the car. You're, we don't, we don't have to worry about that in Vermont. No, no, but so you do that in Vermont is what you're saying. You're driving around in Vermont. Yeah. My gosh.

There's no carpool lane in Vermont. It's not that I know of. Did Soderbergh give it to you? Did you ask for it? I think it was both because you know what happened was they had that one in case they didn't grab it, you know, on the first date.

Sure. They got everything and it showed up. It's still in my closet, you know, it's still in my closet.

I look at it once in a while. I'll take it out, comb the hair a little bit, you know, maintain, you got to maintain. Yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah.

You know, put a little makeup on it, you know, stuff like that. Fantastic. Again, I mean, just think about it. I'm asking you about Paul Thomas Anderson, Brian De Palma, Soderbergh, Tim Burton, Pachino, Bert Reynolds, my God.

Um, and then the most you get pegged is for a movie. Yeah, I'm telling you everybody. This man was not in ghost. Just back off Louise Guzman when you meet him. And if you asked me if I was in ghost, have a nickel ready, please.

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Gomez Adams is the role played by Louise Guzman. A delight, sir. Hopefully it will not be another six years till I see you next time. And thank you for being the best dad ever. You know what?

I know we're in a battle royale for that title. I appreciate you letting me have it for this moment. I appreciate it. And thank you for having me. Anytime. You know that a huge fan of you right back at your Louise Guzman here at Louie from the hood on Instagram.

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Learn more at navy slash veterans insured by NCUA and equal housing lender. How delightful was that man? So awesome. The best. Which one of you guys knew the line where he's about to say from Carlitos way? Was it me?

TJ? I've watched Carlitos way. Yeah. I mean, if I have I've legitimately, if I haven't watched that movie 60 times and I've never watched it once like lolly lolling 30 years and that a command 30 years, 30 years. And that's, is that even in Pacino's top five? No, that's hard.

It's hard. It's I love it. It's one of my favorite Pacino Pacino top five, go father, both of both Godfather. I say just to get out of here. I got out of here, Mike. Cause I got him a son of a woman in there. I got no better than one. Mike, those two folks sent of a woman knocks the Godfather top five. That was, that was like a, that was his lifetime achievement award. I come out of a woman. Godfather two serpico, dog day afternoon.

I'm telling you, you got to put scar face, scar face. The Godfather one does not get Pacino. That's ridiculous. That's absurd.

That's absurd. I must say one. All right. I asked you also though, it's both Godfathers. Then what? The dog day afternoon.

I do like scent of a woman, but I don't know if that's them. Heat. What about heat? You guys can't put both Godfathers in the top five. Why not? You can't, you can't. You absolutely can.

You absolutely can. You got to have heat in there for me. He'd has to be in there. There's too many other people in the Godfather part one.

I mean, that's the other thing. Like Mike's got a point like Godfather. He's not number one on the call sheet. It's not his movie. So if you want to talk about like this guy's the biggest star in two, he would say, but you wouldn't say that one.

You wouldn't say like movie. Is it one brand? I think it's Brando's and he's probably Jimmy con. He's got more screen time than both of them in that movie. Don't forget. Don't forget Donnie Brasco. And that's the other one.

It's like, he's got so many. You can't put both Godfathers. That's what I will. Devil's advocate.

Devil's advocates. I just watched that. Come on, man. You got to put any given Sunday. That's another ensemble movie, but he's got so many. Carlito is great and that's one of my all time favorites, but Pacino's like on my Mount Rushmore too. Did you just call any given Sunday a system movie? He was awesome in the Irishman. By the way, I've never seen that. What's a funny time in Hollywood? I just have never gotten around to see it. Never gotten around to see it. What a fun show. Ocean's 13. Oh God.

Carlito Brigante. By the way, today was great. I almost feel like I'm not jet lagged. That's how good today was.

That's because Louisa gave us a little jolt energy. Tomorrow is going to be great because I'm going to hopefully get some sleep tonight. Continuous sleep tonight.

I really will. And tomorrow's show scheduled guests Nick Bosa, Stephen Colbert, because a pickleball special, a celebrity pickleball comedy special is tomorrow night on CBS up against the Thursday Night Football game. So Stephen Colbert and Andrea Savage will be here. And Ron Rivera is on the program. That's tomorrow.

Wow. That's tomorrow. We'll do it live. Andrea Savage tomorrow. Look presentable choice.

And up next, my shirt to play us out. My friend from I'm sorry. What are you doing? You've got three minutes to go. I know. He's just joking. Was I playing music?

I'm sorry. You were about to. He was about to. He's out of it. I do want to say this.

I do want to say this real quick. I've got about three minutes here because I use the word shattered to describe Derek Carr when I reposted my, if you will, take on the Raiders disastrous loss to the Colts. Just seeing his, you know, postgame press conference and him basically in tears over being two and seven and talking about all the, you know, I guess things or what we don't see behind the scenes that they're trying to do just so they can practice and get out there, you know, in the NFL when you're hurt or you're trying to get out there. And I use the word shattered and people are kind of pushing back on that because I, you know, the Raiders nation is, you know, we're kind of in the same pirate ship this year. You know, I, I have no rooting interest in the, in for, for the Raiders other than just wanting to be right. Cause I picked them to win the division and I did it from the minute Davante Adams showed up middle of March.

And I don't mean that to, you know, uh, to say that, that, that car is not strong or anything like that. I'm sensing that pushback. But when I say shattered, I mean, here's a guy who last year was the emotional rock for this team when so much was happening. And now here he is nine games into a new tenure and he's an emotional puddle. And if I'm Josh McDaniels, I've gotta pull him aside and just make sure he's okay because you need him. I don't think he's lost, but I'm, I'm just wondering what the hell is happening there. One last moment, just a wonder, but I I'm, I'm just kind of pushing back on the pushback.

That's a shattered guy. Not saying that he can't put himself back together and try and win a game in Denver, by the way, not an easy place to win at all. Tough game. It is that defense is no joke that they're going to go take on.

Yep. And if Josh Jacobs can't slice through them like he did the last time, they're going to wind up being two and eight and in deep last place in that division with seven games to go. So I mean, this is not the way I thought I saw the Raiders season playing out, but I don't think that Carr is irredeemable and shattered as a viable leader on this team. I think he's trying to show the way here and I think he's fumbling for the light switch like the rest of us on this Raiders team.

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