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February3rd

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Drew Carey interviewed on Pop My Culture Podcast

Drew Carey (“The Price Is Right” and “The Drew Carey Show”) joins Cole and Vanessa for this special live episode at SF Sketchfest, the San Francisco Comedy Festival. They chat about Blue Ivy’s godmother, crappy showcase prizes, funny contestants, turkey trots, Presidential Fitness competitions, getting booed by WWE fans, bringing in a ringer, Regis vs. Carson, Whose Line is It Anyway?, skintags, teeth-pulling, Brian Wilson, and Drew’s low, low opinion of the Oscars.

Leave the answer to the Firsts question (The first race or athletic competition you can remember doing) on our website for a chance to win a copy of Sam Shepherd’s Buried Child (used during the podcast, listen to see how), signed by Drew!

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Drew Carey with hosts Cole Stratton and Vanessa Ragland

Win this signed copy by leaving an answer to the firsts question!

4 Comments

  • Comment by corinne — February 3, 2012 @ 7:20 pm

    Every year at horse camp there was a competition at the end of each session. I…did not usually win.

    When I was around ten I did a karate intramural, and did the side-by-side kata with my brother. We got participation medals that I pretended were bronze ones.

    Greatly enjoyed the banana jokes.

  • Comment by Shawn "Father Wizard" Colton — February 5, 2012 @ 12:21 pm

    I was an awkward,fearful child. The first athletic event of any importance I was a part of was being the worst player on a winning little league team but I got walked A LOT because I was pretty big and a lefty. Also I swung at nothing. I was however a slightly moore believable fielder than Tony Perkins in “Fears Strike Out”

    Oh, and Spy Gal? Best. Banana. Joke. Ever.

  • Comment by Shawn "Father Wizard" Colton — February 5, 2012 @ 1:16 pm

    I apologize for the typos. Chasing Boo Monsters while typing leads to hasty comment submission.

  • Comment by m kaz — March 25, 2012 @ 2:51 pm

    my first athletic event of any importance was running in that same dam turkey trot that cole did. I didnt fair as well as cole did and in fact i hated running that race cause i knew i had no chance to win. i do remember you winning the sweet lil turkey and 1st place ribbon!! i also remember our award winning oaks softball team, and im not sure but i think your dad was one of the coaches.

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