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As We See It | Premiere Panel Discussion

  • Published on Jan 23, 2022 veröffentlicht
  • Sherri Shepherd leads Premiere Day discussion panel with the cast and creator of As We See It, now streaming on Prime Video.
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Comments • 35

  • Chris Perez
    Chris Perez 3 months ago +5

    Great show. I’m a Rick Glassman fan and his performance was great, but so was everyone’s. What a great ensemble.

    TRAGZ 3 months ago +9

    Best series on Amazon Prime.

  • Brook
    Brook 2 months ago

    Gosh I love this cast so much!
    Albert, Sue, Sosie, Rick, and Chris… props to you guys. I would love to see more of you guys having fun off screen. The chemistry was just so good on and off screen. Hopefully we see chris in tyso too and of course sosie and the trio back again.

  • Erin Ahrens
    Erin Ahrens 2 months ago

    When it was mangroves how none of the trio wanted to actually attend the drama class... my son was about 10 yo old, and we were invited to a sensory friendly symphony event in Atlanta. Standing in line, my son says, " I don't want to be these people." That was the first time I had heard him articulate in that way. Devastating.

  • Erin Ahrens
    Erin Ahrens 2 months ago

    Just finished watching the trio on TYSO. Seriously, he knocked it out of the park. I had binged the show the first day it was available. I'm so smitten with this group. I comment often on different platforms with this show, for a reason. I'm ever hopeful more of this content will show up on my play lists. Also, have a 16 yo on the spectrum, as well as married to a man who was dishonored 7 years into our marriage, in his mid 30's. Holy cow, you have no idea how much these conversations help the neurotypicals, maybe moreso than those on the spectrum.

  • Ston3dNinja13
    Ston3dNinja13 3 months ago +6

    Everyone had flowers in their shot. Why was that choice made?

  • Jesus Soriano
    Jesus Soriano 3 months ago

    Me enamore desde k ví esa sonrisa tuya tu eres linda 😍

  • Teufel Tuna
    Teufel Tuna 3 months ago

    Hey so when is amazon releasing that show about medusa? I would totally watch that.

  • Gio Ponce
    Gio Ponce 3 months ago

    Rick Glassman Wtf

  • Listener Joyce
    Listener Joyce 3 months ago

    I wish I could have been present live to direct a question to Chris Pang. I didn’t get to hear from him enough. I mean, Sosie Bacon wasn’t going to sit quietly.

    INVAZOR33 3 months ago

    9000% recommend the serie.

  • Anoxmous
    Anoxmous 3 months ago

    So many people watching!! 900 people

  • Ston3dNinja13
    Ston3dNinja13 3 months ago +1

    Who's Debbie Glassman?

    • Listener Joyce
      Listener Joyce 3 months ago +2

      @Dan M Thank you.👍🏾 This also explains for me why he had the best equipment in the group.

    • Dan M
      Dan M 3 months ago +1

      @Listener Joyce No, Rick likes to involve his family members in things he does. He has a podcast and involves them in it often.

    • Listener Joyce
      Listener Joyce 3 months ago +1

      Dan, that was the only thing that was clear about Debbie Glassman. is Debbie Glassman also an actress? Comedian? Musician? Visual Artist? Street Sweeper?

    • Dan M
      Dan M 3 months ago +2

      Rick glassman's mom.

    • Listener Joyce
      Listener Joyce 3 months ago

      I wondered the same thing. I thought someone would enlighten the folks who weren’t a part of the “In Crowd.”

  • The Silverblack
    The Silverblack 3 months ago +5

    The showrunner consulted with Autism Speaks while the script was still in development. It was confirmed in an interview with the LA Times.
    Autism Speaks ... one of the worst autism organizations out there, due to the fact they treat Autistic people as burdens on parents and caregivers, tries to push for a eugenics cure, and made one of the worst PSA's of all time with "I Am Autism".

  • Toni Watermeier
    Toni Watermeier 3 months ago

    U r so loud😩

  • Terry Funk
    Terry Funk 3 months ago +2

    Please ad the other series of Hitoshi Matsumoto Documental to Amazon prime UK 🇬🇧 🙏. It only goes to season 5 we want the rest please ♥ 🍀 🙏

  • Noha Halawa
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  • GhostIntoTheFog
    GhostIntoTheFog 3 months ago +2

    The “We” in this show’s title doesn’t refer to the autistic community; it refers to well-meaning parents and caregivers, like showrunner Jason Katims, who think our story is theirs to tell and that they know everything about what life as an autistic person is like. It isn’t and they don’t.
    Putting aside for the moment that it isn’t Katims’ place to be the head writer on a show about the autistic experience, it appears his research began and ended with browsing Autism Speaks’ website and asking the group for feedback and advice. Had he sat down with a diverse group of autistic adults (or even visited the group’s Wikipedia page), he would have realized that Autism Speaks is a hate group that rejects autistic self-determination, is still funding genetic research for a cure and/or prenatal test for autism and has an all-around ableist, toxic history. Then again, maybe he is aware of this, as he rarely lets it slip in interviews that he worked with the group.
    Further, Katims seems to know nothing about modern language and labels. In one early scene, which is also part of the trailer, Joe Mantegna’s character apologizes for the bluntness of Rick Glassman’s autistic character by saying, “It’s the Asperger’s.” Asperger’s syndrome hasn’t been a diagnosable condition in the United States since 2013, and many in the neurodiversity movement consider it an ableist slur that denies the autistic experience of those it’s applied to and judges all autistic people on how close they come to “passing” as neurotypical.
    Katims also seems to prefer referring to autistic people as “people with autism” or “people on the spectrum.” “Autistic” is not a dirty word. Referring to someone as a “person with autism” speaks of us as if we have a disease. Referring to someone as “on the spectrum” is a cop out that tries to avoid taking any side in the identity-first vs. person-first debate.
    Of course, exploring any of these issues isn’t the purpose of the show, nor is amplifying autistic voices. Its purpose is merely to give non-autistic caregivers and other neurotypicals the feels and enforce a view of the autistic community that is so patronizing and paternalistic that we’re not even trusted to tell our own stories.
    You can keep this terrible show, Jason, along with your unearned sense of accomplishment.

    • Zoe Lechtman
      Zoe Lechtman 3 months ago

      Have you seen the trailer for What's the Rule? From the trailer it seems to focus on the autistic people and apparently most of the people involved were autistic or neurodivergent.

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