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September23rd

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Graham Elwood guest interviewed on Pop My Culture Podcast

Cole, Vanessa and stand-up comedian extraordinaire Graham Elwood (“The High Road with Doug Benson,” “The Comedian’s Got a Boo Boo”) talk Cram, The Town, making Podcasts, Justin Bieber’s drum solo, Whammy, dumb executives, wearing four watches, comedyfilmnerds.com, game shows after dark, Frogguy36, landmarks in movies, Devil, seeing Star Wars twenty times in the theater, puppet comics, and Vanessa’s odd obsession with wrists.

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Graham Elwood with hosts Cole Stratton and Vanessa Ragland

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  • Comment by Jim C — September 27, 2010 @ 1:04 pm

    “…your taste is stupid! You like Nickelback.”

    That was a quality rant.
    (And I am shamed by their wrists.)

  • Comment by NL — September 27, 2010 @ 6:37 pm

    @Jim C — they were a lot of quality rants in this one.

    “Let me refund your free.” Heh.

  • Comment by Ethan C — September 28, 2010 @ 3:18 pm

    Two comments:

    1. With regards to films that improperly reference their city’s geography/culture (eg people living in Bay Area going to Alcatraz) … as a new englander, my biggest gripe is Will Smith drinking a Dunkin’ Donuts coffee in “Hancock”, a film set in LA. Obviously, that film had bigger problems but it always irked me that he drank a coffee from a franchise that clearly does not exist in California.

    2. Childhood films that make you reevaluate your perspective upon a grownup viewing…”Big”. Recently rewatched that and couldn’t help but speculate about the scene that would have taken place after the last scene of the film where Josh reunites with his mom. The questions she must have had…”Where were you?” “Did he touch you?” “Let’s get a police sketch artist in here to draw up a picture of this pedophile.” etc … For a light hearted comedy, the mom was going through absolute hell wondering about where her son was…

  • Comment by yo!moviesareficition — September 29, 2010 @ 10:10 am

    there is no realism

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=clnozSXyF4k

  • Comment by Melissa W. — October 8, 2010 @ 12:55 pm

    I was really sad for a moment when Vanessa corrected herself and said that Dead Again wasn’t actually her favorite movie as a child!

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