Pop My Culture

July16th

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Timm Sharp interview on Pop My Culture podcast

Timm Sharp (“Enlightened,” “Undeclared”) chats with Cole and Vanessa about Mos Def, Justin Bieber’s mop bucked piss, robots vs. tax forms, Project Runway billboards, Andrew Garfield’s gay Spiderman, bean punishments, psychic mediums, Darren Brown, Judd Apatow, Mike White, food houses, FOX, Jedi Nights and oh so many different shark combinations.

Leave your answer to the Firsts question (whether you are spiritual or not, the first moment you can recall when you felt some sort of divine intervention or a higher power at work) on our website for a chance to win an Undeclared complete series DVD signed by Timm and former guest Carla Gallo!

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Timm Sharp with hosts Vanessa Ragland and Cole Stratton

Signed Undeclared DVD by Timm Sharp and Carla Gallo

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  • Comment by corinne — July 16, 2013 @ 5:12 pm

    You guys got close, but the next one’s actually going to be Ghost Shark:
    http://insidetv.ew.com/2013/07/16/syfy-ghost-shark/
    I think that’s actually what conclusively proved that there is no higher power for me.

    The TNG thing Timm was talking about, Data has blush for a while, which is hilarious, and Troi’s eye’s are mega creepy.

  • Comment by Jen — July 16, 2013 @ 6:27 pm

    I am now an Atheist, but when I was maybe 10 I was staying at my cousin’s. She lived on Main St. in our small town, and I was still scared of traffic and other city noises. She gave me a bible for under my pillow and I felt better right away.

  • Comment by Ryan J. Novak — July 17, 2013 @ 12:43 am

    While on a family vacation when I was eight, I decided to walk to the indoor hotel pool by myself one evening. After swimming (cannonballs and splashing, mostly), I left to return to our room but turned down the wrong corridor in what I would soon discover to be a rather large hotel. Having not bothered to remember our room number, I approached the door that was in the same approximate location to our room in that particular hallway. When I tried to open the door, it was locked, so I knocked. When a large, bearded man who was not my father opened the door, he said I shouldn’t be there and grabbed my hand and attempted to pull me into the room. I was able to break free and run away. Unable to find my families room or even the front desk where I might ask for help, I hid under a staircase and prayed for help. Being very young and slightly traumatized by my perceived escape from a kidnapping attempt, I added that I hoped G-d wouldn’t let me die in that Holiday Inn. Upon the completion of my prayer, I felt a hand rest on my shoulder and spun around to find my dad, who scooped me up and carried me back to our room. In that moment, I was sure that G-d saw me hiding under that staircase and guided my father to me.

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