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February 10, 2024 32 mins

C&R Live from Las Vegas for Super Bowl 58, joined by Gary Vaynerchuk to break down the business of the Super Bowl, social media, ads and the Taylor Swift effect; Rich gives his two Super Bowl 58 prop bets courtesy of DraftKings Sportsbook, The Office star Brian Baumgartner talks his Super Bowl predictions, standing out in a room full of comedians, and perks of the job

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Speaker 1 (00:00):
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(00:37):
bonus podcast live from Mandalay Bay, Vegas, Rio Road super Bowl.

Speaker 3 (00:42):
It's Cavino and Rich. Now today we got a couple
cool guests on the show.

Speaker 2 (00:47):
We're gonna be joined by Kevin from the Office, Brian
Bumgarter coming up in just a little bit. Yeah, I
bet Office fans are gonna love that. He's a big
football fan too. And Gary the Gary Vey Nerd Shock.

Speaker 1 (01:01):
Gonna get a little motivational. So we'll get to all
that right here on Over Promised. Yeah, we're here with
Gary v one of our favorites.

Speaker 4 (01:09):
Man.

Speaker 3 (01:09):
Always good to see you.

Speaker 1 (01:10):
Great to see you guys.

Speaker 2 (01:11):
Yeah no, you bring a great vibe immediately, Thank you.
But dude, how do you get from one side of
the room to the next one. Everybody knows you. Everybody
wants to talk. How do you have do you have
a place?

Speaker 3 (01:19):
Saying? If I can't, yeah, how you can?

Speaker 4 (01:22):
Bro.

Speaker 5 (01:22):
It's so crazy my whole life that this has all
been going on. I will stop for everyone because I'm
blown away that people even want to talk to me. Like,
when you grow up wanting to be a businessman, you
never think you're gonna be known. You know, we're enough
of the closes to the You guys are younger than me,
but like businessmen weren't famous, and if they.

Speaker 1 (01:40):
Were, they were like Bill Gates.

Speaker 5 (01:41):
I'm like, I don't want to be that nerd, you know,
like so so so this this snuck up on me
so over the last ten years. I'm just so grateful
for the attention. So I always used to stop. Now
it's more about now educated. If I stop and I'm
late for y'all and you guys have a schedule, I
feel like I'm being disrespectful to y'all.

Speaker 1 (01:59):
So my answer I look down.

Speaker 2 (02:01):
Oh I say that to him, don't make cut, don't
any but Bro, he wants to right because you want
you know, it's a what's nice about being stopped is
a win for both people to share something from my
culture to you, Gary, I'm half Mexican, right, so we
do the like just I need to learn one of
these or a point, or like our buddy Adam, shine

(02:22):
my guy, or hay now, just a hay now, just
something to make somebody feel.

Speaker 1 (02:27):
I'm very similar. I love the eye contact, the nod.

Speaker 5 (02:30):
The problem is you're not fully in control to what
they're gonna do, right, So people get the nod. Other
people see that as the opening for a forty three
minute conversation when you have four seconds, right, and then
you feel bad, Like to me, I'd rather just do
the nod because if they come in for the talk
and I know I'm about to be late, you feel
you feel not nice when you're rushing them out.

Speaker 1 (02:51):
So it's an awkward thing. But honestly, it's.

Speaker 5 (02:53):
All very bougie, bougie, very luxury headaches. It's it's honestly.
My favorite part is the airport. We're actually have a
few minutes and I'll sometimes I'm like keeping them. They
like want to go, and I'm like, oh what any
other questions, Like yeah, yeah, you know.

Speaker 2 (03:07):
Let me ask one more question on this like the etiquette.
I guess before we get into it. Gary Vaynerchuk here
with Cavino and Rich. You know, sometimes you get mixed
up on the greeting, the handshake, like what do you
have the fault automatic?

Speaker 3 (03:18):
When do you go in for the hug.

Speaker 1 (03:20):
I'm honestly bad because I like the slap. Yes, I
like going slap first then shake. Just yeah, we had
a smooth one when you got here. Yeah, I noticed that,
But that's because we're smooth, dude. It's called a spade
of spade.

Speaker 5 (03:33):
There's some people that are a little more corny than
us that just think it's a shake. I actually really
like the huge because even if you botched it and
the person thought you were going in for something else,
the hug could smother it. Yeah, and so the hug
mitigates the awkwardness. And I am, in general am an
Eastern European hugger.

Speaker 3 (03:50):
Yeah, like, I like the hug. I noticed that too
in your videos.

Speaker 2 (03:53):
A lot of times say someone will say something real
nice to you and then you're, yeah, I'm.

Speaker 1 (03:57):
Very very very like hug.

Speaker 5 (04:00):
I definitely express my feelings through like words, but also
like through touching high five sog like I'm very that guy.

Speaker 2 (04:07):
Well, Gary v is here businessman entrepreneurs thought are ty
coon motivational speaker, but dude, businessman king of Vayne or
media and we want to.

Speaker 3 (04:18):
Talk super Bowl as Yeah.

Speaker 1 (04:20):
My first question is I'm sort of torn on companies
leaking the ads because because I get it, they want
to get it out there, but it doesn't create the
urgency to watch the Super Bowl commercial and I thought
that was always a big part of the game.

Speaker 5 (04:34):
I agree, if you get it out and it hits
pay dirt in social you'll end up getting more views
on it than even the Super Bowl, which is the
number one way to get views. So the logic I get.
I think the first crew that did it a decade
ago it was working. Now to your point, it's oversaturated
the pre release. I actually think the people that hold

(04:55):
back get more because nobody's.

Speaker 3 (04:57):
Seen it yet ahead of time.

Speaker 2 (04:59):
Like the other day, was Hey from Scrubs or tricky?

Speaker 1 (05:03):
It's tricky, it's tricky.

Speaker 5 (05:05):
I would say that there is no right answer, that
it could go either way, and I think that is
what makes this question a really fun, challenging question for me,
someone who likes to think he understands this craft. When
clients ask me, I literally tell them the key is
to have a very strong social media overall strategy. So

(05:26):
if the strategy is to leak it, you've got to
do something to day of the game. We call it
super Bowl Surround sound. I think you've got to do
a lot of social before and after. I think the
way I would do it, Let's say the three of
us start a company to morrow and we're doing a
Super Bowl ad. I would say I would tease it
heavy on social for the week ahead, and then do

(05:49):
some really clever like continue it the payoffs the ad
and then the post game the after party.

Speaker 1 (05:56):
Like the ground field goal thing is sort of set up,
like there's a payoff to us, the hype of doing Yeah,
they've done a good job with that, and that like
there's actuality to that. Like there's a lot more to
do with Super Bowl ad. I think people should sell
more stuff on super ad.

Speaker 5 (06:09):
I've always wanted to do a super ad where the
ad happens and you say, and by the way, this
ridiculous deal will only be going on until the clock
hits double triple zero.

Speaker 3 (06:19):
Oh no, that's good, right.

Speaker 1 (06:21):
We sell this for one hundred bucks normally we're gonna
sell this for twenty three dollars special or it's the
fifty eighth super Bowl. We normally sell this thing for
one hundred and fifty dollars. We're gonna sell for fifty
eight bucks to honor to fifty eighth super Bowl. But
this deal is done when the game is over. That
I think is kind of like I want to do that, ad.

Speaker 3 (06:37):
Man, you like that?

Speaker 4 (06:39):
I do.

Speaker 1 (06:39):
I like that a lot. Hey, Gary, something we always
mentally struggle with, please can you post too much? I
feel like I feel like I've seen you say you
can never have enough content, And there are times where
we post a video and then we have another piece
of content coming.

Speaker 3 (06:53):
I'm like, do we give it a breath?

Speaker 5 (06:55):
Let me go very three to ZHO one instead of
one on one okay, instead of a basic yes or no.
I think your issue in that scenario is you don't
post on enough platforms. This show should post three times
a day on LinkedIn?

Speaker 3 (07:08):
Wow? How about that.

Speaker 4 (07:11):
On LinkedIn?

Speaker 3 (07:12):
Yeah? Linked I don't even have a LinkedIn account. I
really don't.

Speaker 5 (07:15):
I swear LinkedIn is a viable, meaningful social network right
now that this show would do incredibly well with because
the reality is you touch a lot of subject matters
that a lot of people that are professionals on LinkedIn
want to hear about, not in business talk, just in
general talk.

Speaker 1 (07:30):
We're just in our feeds. I'll give you another one.
I do not believe.

Speaker 5 (07:34):
I'm gonna make a guess here that this show is
posting on Snapchat aggressively massiveness.

Speaker 3 (07:41):
So what's happening here? We'll look at that. Boss.

Speaker 5 (07:45):
Everyone just say no, here's the bottom line. I think
that the thing is is that you are only looking
at one or two platforms as where you can post
Twitter you can post all day long, just the way
Twitter works, and Instagram and TikTok and YouTube. What about
YouTube shorts?

Speaker 2 (07:59):
Are you posting on We're doing subtube posting on YouTube.

Speaker 3 (08:02):
Of course. Look, the fear is oversaturation.

Speaker 1 (08:06):
As you brought up, the problem is oversaturation isn't real
because people aren't seeing it nothing right. I always say
that I wish I was in someone's algorithm the way
like you're in my algorithm, uh Andy Santino and Bobby
leear in my algorithm theo vons and like I feel
like I see the same people and I'm like they
must I wish they they.

Speaker 5 (08:23):
Probably what's happening is you're showing to the platform that
this is the type of content you like and or
you like that person.

Speaker 1 (08:30):
If you keep one thing I tell people all the time,
you don't like your algorithm, you're the algorithm. You're the
algorithms that here it is. You don't like it, Mute it,
mute it. Start to mute accounts that are giving.

Speaker 5 (08:41):
If a lot of people use fear and negativity to
make you watch, if you feel like that's happening to you,
mute it. On the flip side, if you see something
you like, like it, tell the algorithm what you want.

Speaker 1 (08:53):
That's the way to do it.

Speaker 2 (08:53):
Speaking of social media, we're all parents, we're all dads,
and a lot of times I see people coming up
to you about they fear their kids seeing too much
and being exposed too much on social media.

Speaker 1 (09:05):
Makes sense.

Speaker 2 (09:05):
You always promote don't worry about it, self esteem, that
sort of thing.

Speaker 3 (09:09):
That's that's the macro.

Speaker 5 (09:10):
The micro is if you're eleven year old is on
TikTok and you don't like it, take her or him
off TikTok.

Speaker 4 (09:16):
Right right?

Speaker 1 (09:16):
What happened to parenting?

Speaker 3 (09:18):
No, that's true. That's what I was gonna ask you about.

Speaker 1 (09:21):
My parents didn't let me watch skin Amax. No, but
you did, of course. But I had to go sleep
over a friend's house.

Speaker 2 (09:30):
I know you watch Scrambled Booby on TV.

Speaker 3 (09:34):
I know it, But Scrambled Boobies was the nine House.

Speaker 2 (09:39):
You You always say, you know, hey, if you work
on their self esteem, you've got nothing to worry about.
How do you build up a young person self esteem today?

Speaker 5 (09:47):
Is it a reinforcement on real stuff? Not that they
are good looking, or not that they got good grades,
but when they act the way you want to make
a to do about it. You see that your kid
opens the door. You have a twelve year boy and
he opens the door to an elderly woman or a
woman when you walk to the restaurant, you better go
like he just won the super Bowl. That whole dinner

(10:08):
you see. You see all your kids friends picking on
someone and they're like, come on, guys.

Speaker 1 (10:14):
Like let them alone.

Speaker 4 (10:15):
You go crazy.

Speaker 5 (10:16):
My nephew Max told his best friend to shut his
mouth because the kid he was picking on's mom has cancer. Wow,
I will cheer him and say it on public things
like this. I'm doing it right now.

Speaker 2 (10:27):
Yes, you understand that on Fox Sports and uh again,
one more question.

Speaker 3 (10:32):
It is Super Bowl week Super Bowl.

Speaker 2 (10:34):
I think in the past forty eight hours, more than anything,
the narrative keeps changing a little bit, and it turned
into you can't bet against Patrick Mahomes.

Speaker 1 (10:42):
I'm a Niners fan.

Speaker 3 (10:44):
It's it's it's killing me.

Speaker 2 (10:46):
So your thoughts on that, because all of a sudden,
he's like perhouse, but now you can't.

Speaker 5 (10:50):
I forty nine Ers are gonna be able to run
the ball on the Chiefs in a way that most
teams haven't this year. And I think that's the thing
that people don't see. They may not be able to,
but if the Niners can run the ball, they're gonna
win this football game.

Speaker 3 (11:01):
I got a couple quickies. I know you gotta run.

Speaker 1 (11:03):
Busy guy, Gary Veay, you talk a lot about like
you love the you love the chase, and losing, you
don't mind losing to why I'm a Jets fan.

Speaker 3 (11:10):
I was gonna I'm a Mets fan.

Speaker 2 (11:12):
And while as I was a little kid, the Niners
won a couple of Super Bowls, they haven't won in
twenty nine.

Speaker 1 (11:17):
Years, so I'm thirsty for this. But then I'm like,
if they win, does that chase go away?

Speaker 4 (11:22):
Like?

Speaker 1 (11:22):
Does party one part of you be a Jets fan?
The charm of like man Gary really one? Nobody talks
about the Red soxer cups anymore. Yeah, nobody gives a crap.

Speaker 3 (11:31):
That is true to that? You actually Yeah, Tyler Swift
effect real quick.

Speaker 1 (11:37):
It great for the sport.

Speaker 4 (11:38):
Yeah.

Speaker 3 (11:38):
Do you know many families?

Speaker 5 (11:40):
Do you have many twelve year old girls now love
football that will be moms in twenty years.

Speaker 1 (11:44):
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(12:06):
for two. You could go Chiefs as the underdog money line.
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Speaker 2 (12:12):
Well, again, we're gonna get to the fun bets. But
the number one phrase I've heard in the past twenty
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Speaker 1 (12:20):
I'm going to just saying I'm going to on every bets. Yeah,
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Speaker 3 (12:40):
Three is plus nine hundred.

Speaker 1 (12:42):
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leans on with the run game.

Speaker 2 (12:52):
The second most used phrase this week is the Chiefs
defense better than the forty nine ers offense. And those
people are saying, yes, so does that factor into your
decision here?

Speaker 6 (13:02):
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Speaker 1 (13:03):
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Who's gonna score the first touchdown?

Speaker 4 (13:19):
Now?

Speaker 1 (13:19):
The odds are obviously McCaffrey, Pacheco. Those are the you know,
the not crazy odds plus eleven hundred for George Kittle,
now Niners are driving, moving the ball down the field.

Speaker 3 (13:33):
Let's say opening drive.

Speaker 2 (13:34):
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Speaker 3 (13:38):
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Speaker 2 (13:44):
Again, that's I'm not picking some like third in line receiver,
the backup running back.

Speaker 3 (13:50):
I'm talking about a guy that could very well.

Speaker 1 (13:52):
In fact, he scored the first touchdown of the Niners
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Speaker 2 (15:08):
It's Cavino and rich Over, promised Fox Sports Radio. And
we're here with actor and familiar face, but the first time.

Speaker 6 (15:16):
We're meeting him. Bryan Bumgartner. Everybody, Yes, thank you, it's
very nice to be here. Happy super Bowl. I'm almost
here now, Happy super Bowl. I'm a Niners fan.

Speaker 4 (15:26):
So this is like I'm sorry, you know, you know
what it is.

Speaker 1 (15:29):
It's a it's an underlying feeling of everyone else is like, yeah,
super Bowl Week. In the back of my head, I'm like,
this is a game to be played. I know you're
a big Packers fan, so.

Speaker 4 (15:37):
There is a game to be played. Yeah, you guys, Uh,
you guys are fortunate to still be around.

Speaker 1 (15:43):
To say, dude, my wife, my wife and her family
Packers fans. Okay, so it's a battle in my house
when that happens.

Speaker 3 (15:50):
Yeah, but uh, you know, Packers.

Speaker 1 (15:52):
Honestly, as a fan, you should be pumped because the
expectation how the season started, how it ended drastically different.

Speaker 4 (15:59):
Very different.

Speaker 6 (16:00):
Yeah it no, Look, I I thought they would make
it more of a game. I didn't think that quite frankly,
that they should have I mean, they should have won.

Speaker 4 (16:11):
I wasn't. I was.

Speaker 6 (16:13):
I could not, cannot say that I would predicting that
I might have liked the plus seven and a half
though for the Packers, and that was successful.

Speaker 4 (16:22):
So we're in Vegas. We got to discuss it, right.

Speaker 1 (16:25):
There's so much random stuff I want to talk to
you about. But yeah, being that you brought.

Speaker 2 (16:28):
That up as a Niners fan, I'm so confused because
you know, I'm trying to take my Homer mindset out
of it, like Niners are going to do it.

Speaker 3 (16:35):
They're favored. But the sentiment from everyone we talked to
was like camp better against Mahomes. So what is it
which one is?

Speaker 6 (16:41):
Well, it's interesting, I this today is making me nervous.

Speaker 4 (16:47):
I think the Chiefs are gonna win.

Speaker 3 (16:50):
That way, he said, sorry to him, Yeah.

Speaker 4 (16:53):
That's exactly what.

Speaker 6 (16:54):
But I I feel I don't like that everyone thinks
that because that means that were probably wrong. But yeah,
I mean you can't bet against more. I mean I
did twice in a row. Yeah, and I think a
lot of people did. I had Buffalo and I had Yeah, Baltimore,
and I was wrong both times.

Speaker 1 (17:17):
I was gonna say, I mean throughout the season. I'm
sure you watch every week like we do. Yeah, is
it they figured it out late? Because I mean we're
talking end of the season. They were like barely beating teams.
They couldn't in the red zone field goalfield goal. For
like all of a sudden, the Chiefs got it.

Speaker 6 (17:31):
I guess, well, I think partly, I think partly I
think that's true.

Speaker 4 (17:37):
I also think that.

Speaker 6 (17:40):
They have an elite defense, and I think that we
weren't talking about that as much.

Speaker 2 (17:45):
And then you look back and all of a sudden
you're like, wait, they haven't let up any like more
than thirty points.

Speaker 4 (17:49):
Yeah, right they are.

Speaker 6 (17:51):
Because I just had an episode about the Super Bowl
on my podcast.

Speaker 4 (17:55):
I looked it up.

Speaker 6 (17:56):
I mean, anywhere that you look Fox Sports typically had
them number two defense. Yeah, and every everyone had them
in the top five, and most had them number two.

Speaker 4 (18:07):
And so I think that's part of it.

Speaker 6 (18:09):
I think that, you know, I can't be overstated that that, well,
Brock is not looking like he did during the regular season.
I know you have to at least acknowledge that, and
Malmes isn't either, but in the opposite way. And I
think I think that having been their thing, and look,
I know that this is potentially totally overstated, but Andy

(18:35):
Reid is a really really good coach. When you have
two weeks to prepare, I know this.

Speaker 3 (18:41):
This is you got to have a different level of confidence.
But I don't think with that in your corner.

Speaker 2 (18:45):
Sure, I don't think Brian those though that on opening
night when they did all the festivities, when when we
talked to the Niners, I went up to each one,
I looked him in the eyes, and I said, are
you ready to be a champion?

Speaker 3 (18:54):
And they all said, yes, I feel that assessment.

Speaker 2 (18:59):
You know again, Brian Bumgardner here on the Cavino and
Rich show, over promised, and dude, you know your football.

Speaker 3 (19:05):
You're a Packers guy. Did you play growing up? No?

Speaker 4 (19:08):
I didn't.

Speaker 6 (19:09):
I didn't actually because mostly it overlapped with with basketball.

Speaker 4 (19:13):
I played. I played basketball.

Speaker 2 (19:16):
So you were the guy that the coach has always
looked at and they're like, hey man, we got to
get you on the team. You want to play like
you were that guy?

Speaker 4 (19:21):
Yeah?

Speaker 3 (19:21):
Were you good at basketball?

Speaker 4 (19:23):
I was a good basketball Do you still play?

Speaker 3 (19:25):
Everyone shoot around every once in a while.

Speaker 4 (19:26):
You know.

Speaker 6 (19:27):
I was in LA and US that's Los Angeles to
you and me early on and I got invited to
this like pickup league, like you know, like somebody rented
a church gym and they played every Thursday night or whatever.

Speaker 4 (19:43):
And I showed up and uh.

Speaker 6 (19:46):
We were just going into they call it pilot season,
right where you're auditioning for for new shows. And I
am playing this pickup game and this little guy, this
little this little energy guy comes in like Papa like
trying to ba like backing them down, backing him down,
comes in, pop up, up, whack, and his elbow right

(20:06):
into my eye swelled up closed within fifteen seconds, and
I was like, you know what, this is not This
is not for me anymore, not for me.

Speaker 2 (20:18):
Like pre office, post office. Is it weird when you
do those things, because you know, it's.

Speaker 1 (20:23):
Hard, because we always say it's hard to uh, if
you're at a restaurant and you're at a table next
to someone that's very notable, it's hard to have your
meal and not be like, yeah, like is it Do
people treat you differently when you try to maybe play
a pickup game, because it's.

Speaker 6 (20:36):
Like probably probably in part and by the way, the
restaurant thing is fine, just don't just just don't take
a picture of the person that you're eating with, but
really take it of me, because I promise you I
see it every single time.

Speaker 4 (20:52):
That is my least. That is the least like.

Speaker 3 (20:54):
Pulling out their phone.

Speaker 6 (20:56):
You know, like, hey, I'm gonna take a picture of
you and your pot, but the framing is like totally
on me.

Speaker 2 (21:05):
Come on, you know, tell us the perks though again
part of an iconic show. Brian Bumgardner Here the Office,
Kevin from the Office if you're just listening. You know,
it has to work to your advantage when it comes
to cool events like this or football, or when you're
out and about playing golf, because there is probably that
mutual respect because they feel like they know you, like yo, right.

Speaker 6 (21:26):
Yeah, I will say I have less trouble getting a
dinner reservation than problem, so they go you know that
positive that that is absolutely so much so that I
really don't make dinner reservations. You just show up and
you know, until the day of I will yeah, like

(21:47):
I don't. Yeah, but that's partly that's just I just
like I don't know where I want to go on Friday.

Speaker 4 (21:54):
I'll decide on Friday, you know what I want to
be locked in?

Speaker 1 (21:58):
You know what I find fascinating. I'm not even sure
if you see these things. Lately, more so than ever,
I'm seeing all these.

Speaker 2 (22:03):
Hilarious office outtakes on like TikTok and Instagram.

Speaker 3 (22:06):
Yeah, do you get a kick out of those?

Speaker 1 (22:08):
And do you forget some of them and say, holy crap,
I remember only should I remember.

Speaker 4 (22:11):
That moment totally?

Speaker 6 (22:12):
And I you know, I went back and I had
this podcast that I put together which was an oral
history of the office, and I watched the whole show
start to finish.

Speaker 4 (22:21):
This a couple couple of years ago.

Speaker 6 (22:23):
I watched it start to finish, watch the whole thing,
and yeah, it was It was amazing how much I'd
kind of forgotten, and it was really fun for me.
And in the moments you're talking about too, like you
see something, You're like, oh, right, like I remember, but
I guess on and I'm by the way, I have
no vested interest in selling Peacock, but I guess Peacock
now have released these extended.

Speaker 3 (22:45):
Don't worry, we all have it because of the chiefs
golf expense there.

Speaker 4 (22:47):
Go, well, you could go back.

Speaker 6 (22:49):
I guess they've released these extended versions. And I actually
do want to go back because I think those things,
those moments that didn't make the original cut that I
haven't seen or don't have any reference to since we
filmed them fifteen years ago or whatever. So I'm kind
of excited to go back for myself.

Speaker 4 (23:09):
Just to watch them.

Speaker 3 (23:10):
That's cool.

Speaker 2 (23:11):
I'm thinking, you're really funny guy when you're in a
room full of funny men and women. Yeah, much like sports,
when the competitions, you know, elite, do you feel like, man,
I better be freaking funny today.

Speaker 3 (23:23):
Like when those scenes keep going on, I got to
bring it.

Speaker 1 (23:25):
Obviously, it's like improv and Steve Carell and Ed Helms
and Krasinski, everyone's, you know, one upping each other with
great lines.

Speaker 3 (23:32):
Is that where your competitive comedy comes out?

Speaker 4 (23:34):
Or no? You know, we were such an ensemble.

Speaker 6 (23:37):
But I will tell you this was again when I
was putting together this podcast, I talked to Greg Daniels
and he told me something that I thought that I knew,
but him saying it was probably the greatest compliment that
he ever gave me. You know, Sometimes we were writing
and especially when the you know, the improv would happen
and people would find funny things a scene. Sometimes it

(23:57):
was difficult to find what the end of that scene is.
And in the comedy world you call it a button,
like what's the button of the scene? And I felt like,
if I can say, I felt like I was very
effective at throwing in a line, a look, a comment at.

Speaker 4 (24:15):
The end of scenes.

Speaker 6 (24:16):
And Greg Daniels told me when he couldn't find the
end of the scene, he would go to the camera
people and say, find Brian, He'll do something and I
could feel the camera comes in and that's when I did.
It was just a great look. It was just a
those that that was. That's probably the greatest compliment in
terms of of my television work that anyone's ever gave me.

Speaker 2 (24:35):
Because speaking of that, no, that's awesome, man. And speaking
of the Superstar ensemble again in the office, do you
watch all the other projects because everybody's branched off and
has been part of other cool things? Do you automatically
tune in and you pick and choose, Like I just
got on the Morning Show and I'm like, oh, that's awesome, Like.

Speaker 6 (24:55):
Yes, So that's a that's a great example. I feel
like sometimes, especially when I hear something is really good. Yeah,
the short answer is yes, I really do try to watch.
But I also I do this about every show I
just finished, and it's embarrassing succession, like the whole thing
through because I and the Morning Show is another example

(25:15):
of that. When I hear that something is good, I
want to like make sure that I have the proper time,
Like I don't start it and then like a month
later and be taken out, So like I'll I'll try
to find a time. So sometimes I'm delayed in doing that,
but it's it's only because I want to, like, I
really want to be able to focus and watch him.

Speaker 3 (25:35):
You're not too late.

Speaker 1 (25:36):
We had a friend recently that watched The Sopranos for
the first time and be like, can you believe when Tony,
I'm like, yeah, I watched that fifteen years skime.

Speaker 6 (25:42):
Dude, you just woke up from the year two thousand.
I don't you know what's funny? Is I just for
the I had a long flight recently, not here, but
I guess it's twenty or twenty five years or something
from The Soprano.

Speaker 3 (25:57):
Nineteen ninety nine was when?

Speaker 6 (25:58):
Yeah, so it twenty five years. I just downloaded the
first eight episodes on my iPad.

Speaker 4 (26:05):
I'm gonna start. I'm gonna start Sopranos again.

Speaker 6 (26:07):
Sopranos, other than The Office excluded, Sopranos is my favorite
television show all time.

Speaker 2 (26:12):
I saw a clip Brian I view it was a
little while back now Celebrity Jeopardy.

Speaker 4 (26:17):
Yeah, how'd you do?

Speaker 3 (26:18):
I when I saw the clip yet zero did you?

Speaker 4 (26:22):
It must have been at the beginning.

Speaker 3 (26:23):
Yeah, that's fair. Hell, how did you do it?

Speaker 2 (26:26):
And I heard you say that you had talked to
Aaron Rodgers because he had done the guest ho was
thing on how to how.

Speaker 6 (26:31):
To approach Jeopardy. Yes, that's true. I in fact from
outside of their studios. He and I finally connected and
I was like, okay, I got like five minutes. Tell me,
tell me the biggest advice. Uh it was. It was
a lot. It was a lot of I did not win.
Spoiler alert, I did not win. I just actually was
told last night someone was bringing this up to me

(26:54):
in the lobby of the hotel.

Speaker 4 (26:55):
And I guess the person who won.

Speaker 6 (26:57):
My match won the whole deal, which would have been
multiple rounds, And uh, yeah, it's I'll tell you this.

Speaker 4 (27:06):
It's all about the button.

Speaker 3 (27:08):
All about the button.

Speaker 6 (27:09):
It's all. It's all about the button. If you hit
the button and everything even on your TV show, buttons
in my head give it the button. If you hit
the button before they finished reading the question, you get
locked out.

Speaker 3 (27:21):
Because you see somethings people like that's how you get
past the zero that he saw.

Speaker 4 (27:29):
At the very beginning.

Speaker 1 (27:30):
But uh, you know, to tie it to sports, you
were saying, the person that beat you went on to
win the whole thing. Do you have the mindset of like, well,
the team that beats my team, well at least I
hope they win it all or you like f that
team they beat my team.

Speaker 4 (27:42):
It depends on the team. I mean, look, I gotta
be I gotta be honest. One, there is a.

Speaker 6 (27:50):
Well there is there is a there's a San Francisco,
Southern California thing, so that that exists, particularly with the
Giants and the Dodgers. I am a huge Dodgers fans,
so that that plays into it.

Speaker 3 (28:03):
You win one hundred and twenty five games this year,
but I.

Speaker 6 (28:06):
Think we might. Yeah, it's like you're no longer an
issue for us. Sorry, No, that's rude and probably not
I should not say that. But also the Packers and
the Niners a thorn in the Packers' side maybe, is uh?
All the way back to Kaepernick's record rushing game in

(28:28):
the playoffs where I was, I was there. Niners fans,
are you know here? What doesn't this doesn't get talked to?
I can't believe I want to say this right now,
there's people listening. I the Niners fan people talk about
Oakland fans. I've never been more scared than in the
old Candlestick Park for that playoff games.

Speaker 3 (28:47):
Some crazy locals.

Speaker 6 (28:49):
But I mean, is there is I sucks, no joke,
no joke, there is like f bomb throw wings. They're
like I was like, this is not and that was
now that was the old stadium. But also if you
were a fan and you went the walk, there were

(29:10):
over the conc from the concourse, like where the concessions
are in the bathrooms, like to the seats shook like
shook like like this and You're like, okay, an earthquake.
We're all gone, Like we're just all all gone.

Speaker 4 (29:25):
But yeah, I don't know.

Speaker 6 (29:27):
I do like so many of the players and components
of the Niners team now.

Speaker 4 (29:33):
But yeah, I mean I think the Chiefs win.

Speaker 2 (29:37):
Well, enjoy the super Bowl, man, thank you, enjoy your
time here.

Speaker 1 (29:41):
Show you're saying you gotta run, but you gotta tell
us real quick. P xgre Where the guys that are
like we gotta start golfing, you know, we're like we're
stage No.

Speaker 3 (29:49):
I still play like softball and I'm getting hurt all
the time, and I'm like.

Speaker 2 (29:52):
You know, I got a golf I got We wanted
to know like the best way to get started and
get involund well, Yeah.

Speaker 4 (29:58):
For me, it's golf has brought me. It gives me peace.

Speaker 6 (30:05):
And I'm serious because people talk about, oh, you know,
I have kids, I have this, I can't go out there.

Speaker 4 (30:10):
For four hours. Well look, you spend your time.

Speaker 6 (30:14):
To me, you have to find something that gives you
a release and gives your brain a break. And for me,
it's golf because when I'm out there work stuff goes away.
Issues go away. It's literally like, how how few at
times can I hit this ball and get it in
this hole? And that's all I'm thinking about. That's it.

Speaker 4 (30:33):
Yeah, And so everything else goes away and I'm outside.

Speaker 6 (30:36):
It feels good, the vitamin D and it's like great.
I and PXG. They call them PXG Troops in sort
of an homage to Bob Parsons who started PXG Military Guy.
It feels like a family. And their new clubs it's
called black Ops and don't I don't need to sell them.

(30:58):
They're just better that I played at a tournament. I've
been doing this eighteen eight literally eighteen years. These celebrity
golf things they got sent to me. The first competitive
round I'd played one practice round with him. I had
the best score that I've ever had in one of
those things, walking eight miles and doing that because I

(31:18):
just hit the ball further. So it's you know, if
you guys aren't golfers, if you are a golfer, I
would check out black ops.

Speaker 4 (31:25):
I'll put them up against anybody.

Speaker 3 (31:27):
And we got to get on it. Yeah, we really
got to thank you so much for hanging.

Speaker 4 (31:31):
Out with us so much. I appreciate it.

Speaker 2 (31:33):
It's Brian Bumgardner here on the Covino and Rich Show,
Fox Sports Radio over Promised. All right, welcome back to
over Promised. Thank you guys so much for hanging out
with us all week here Radio Row in Las Vegas.
Any of our shows catch our podcast just search Coveno
and Rich wherever you stream your podcast. We had lots
of great guests, lots of great shows, lots of excitement
here on Radio Row, and now so much excitement this

(31:56):
week and especially for this dude. So when we see
you next time, over, will I be the fan of
a Super Bowl champion San Francisco forty nine ers?

Speaker 3 (32:04):
Will he be the happiest guy going or the sandst
guy going. Let's hope happy. I will see you next time.

Speaker 2 (32:09):
Until then I'll read it there you baby, see you
in the over Promised Land.
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