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February9th

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Bobcat Goldthwait guest on pop my culture podcast

Cole, Vanessa and writer/director/stand-up extraordinaire Bobcat Goldthwait (“World’s Greatest Dad,” “Police Academy 2-4”) talk Snapped, phoning it in, Tarzan vs. Cheetah, Black Eyed Peas, The Kinks, montages, Bozo the clown, the difference between hobos and bums, Perez Hilton, Grover and Elmo, Clooney for a day, re-enacting, being tongue-tied around Elvis Costello, peaceful gun ranges, and Bobcat’s amazing group of rescued felines.

Leave a comment on our website with the first joke you remember telling as a kid for a chance to win a Police Academy 2 & 3 DVD signed by Bobcat!

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Bobcat Goldthwait and hosts Cole Stratton and Vanessa Ragland Pop My Culture

11 Comments

  • Comment by Colby — February 9, 2011 @ 9:44 am

    My first joke, which I always thought I wrote: what did the skeleton waiter say to his guests? Bone Appetit

  • Comment by Mattamatics — February 9, 2011 @ 11:56 am

    My first joke, and one I still tell to this day:

    What did the zero say to the eight?

    ***SPOILER ALERT***

    “Nice Belt.”

    ***SPOILER ALERT***

  • Comment by Shawn Colton — February 9, 2011 @ 1:35 pm

    The first joke I actually *remember* telling got me smacked in the face by my aunt. It was “What begins with an ‘F’and ends with “u-c-k” ? **SMACK ** ” I was gonna say Firetruck ! SOB !”

    The first Bobcat joke I remember retelling was ” Animals are our friends but they can’t pick you up at the airport. “

  • Comment by Kristin — February 10, 2011 @ 10:04 am

    Man, I wish I could think of a joke I made up as a kid.

    I remember telling this one, which is also a song.

    “A peanut sat on a railroad track, his heart was all a-flutter, when ’round the bend came number 10 – toot, toot, peanut butter! SQUISH!”

    It’s all in the “squish”.

  • Comment by Mattamatics — February 11, 2011 @ 10:01 am

    Hey now, what’s up with the censorship of Vanessa?! Be free girl, be free!

  • Comment by Brendan — February 11, 2011 @ 10:59 pm

    Great show! This will be the greatest year of Pop My Culture yet!

    I remember the first dirty joke I learned which was in the 4th grade. My dad told me it. It went “Why are chickens so ugly? You’d be ugly too if you had a pecker sticking out of your head.” I must have told everyone in school that joke and I’m not sure if I even got it.

  • Comment by NL — February 13, 2011 @ 3:48 am

    I don’t remember the first joke I ever told — I was partial to the “Orange you glad I didn’t say banana” school of jokes — but I remember the first one I wrote.

    I was about 5 or 6. (Maybe a 7 based on the vocab.) It goes:

    Q. What do you call a kangaroo that dresses like Madonna?

    A. A walla-be.

    (Like “wanna be.” Get it?)

    My parents subscribed to the Chicago Tribune, and the Sunday comics would publish drawings and jokes sent in by kids. They actually published this one!

  • Comment by Noah — February 17, 2011 @ 8:28 am

    The first joke I remember telling was:

    Where do pencils come from? Pennsylvania!

  • Comment by daveB from Oakland — February 20, 2011 @ 10:49 pm

    Great episode! Bobcat needs his own podcast.

    Johnny Weismuller tried to drown a monkey! What an awesome story!

    (Normally I don’t endorse monkey-drowning. But if you listen to this episode … the monkey kinda deserved it in this particular instance).

  • Comment by SpookyJanelle — May 10, 2011 @ 2:31 pm

    I remember a joke that my friend and I had attempted to create, but that failed on take-off. The only line we ever got out was, “Once, there was a ground squirrel who lived in a tree.”

    That became an inside joke of its own. Pathetic, no?

    And, of course, this was another fantastic episode.

  • Comment by Corky Kneivel — December 13, 2011 @ 5:06 pm

    Seriously how drunk was Bobcat? I love the guy’s comedy and I love his honesty I downloaded this one with anticipation. Dude was seriously drinkley pooed.

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