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April14th

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Haley Joel Osment interview on Pop My Culture Podcast

Haley Joel Osment (“The Sixth Sense,” “The Spoils of Babylon”) joins Cole and Vanessa to chat about the How I Met Your Mother Finale, the Muppets at the El Capitain, Willie Nelson’s stolen armadillo, Disney Theme Park movies, Ministry, the Entourage Movie, Kevin Smith, the Academy Awards, old theaters, Snake Island, Game of Thrones, alternative catch phrases and being safe around lions.

Leave your answer to the Firsts question (the first TV miniseries you were into) on our website for a chance to win a Sixth Sense DVD signed by Haley!

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Haley Joel Osment with hosts Vanessa Ragland and Cole Stratton

The Sixth Sense DVD signed by Haley Joel Osment

21 Comments

  • Comment by giovanni bienne — April 14, 2014 @ 5:19 am

    the first mini series i was obsessed with was undoubtedly Princes Daisy – it introuced an impressionable child to incest, perpetrated by Rupert Everett, who gives me the chills whenever i see him on the street, which undoubtedly harks back to that.

  • Comment by giovanni bienne — April 14, 2014 @ 5:20 am

    the first mini series i was obsessed with was undoubtedly Princess Daisy – it introuced an impressionable child to incest, perpetrated by Rupert Everett, who gives me the chills whenever i see him on the street, which undoubtedly harks back to that.

  • Comment by Jessica — April 14, 2014 @ 8:13 am

    There’s a tie for the first miniseries I was obsessed with – The 10th Kingdom and Pride and Prejudice (with Colin Firth), both of which I still adore. The 10th Kingdom appealed to my inner child and Pride and Prejudice appealed to my inner 50 year old divorcee. I still watch them both continuously.

  • Comment by Kari — April 14, 2014 @ 8:25 am

    I think the first one I can remember being taken in by was Stephen King’s Rose Red. I think I enjoyed it so much more because it terrified my mother and I still forced her to sit through it all.

  • Comment by Andy Redmond — April 14, 2014 @ 9:40 am

    THE STAND –
    Had an all-star pop culture b list cast —

    Max Headroom, LT. Dan, Molly Ringwald, Mr. Hand, Parker Lewis and Patrick from Sponge Bob to name a few.

  • Comment by Tom Steele — April 14, 2014 @ 11:00 am

    I’m going to show my age here, but it most definitely was James Michener’s Centennial. My whole family watched it every year, because my father was obsessed with the history of the Old West, and especially the Rocky Mountains. Of course, it had Richard Chamberlain in it, like every 70s and 80s miniseries did. My sister and I would even act out scenes.

  • Comment by Allen P. Williams — April 14, 2014 @ 7:15 pm

    The Stand.

  • Comment by MATT SPEARS — April 15, 2014 @ 11:14 am

    I remember my parents watching North and South with Patrick Swayze and being really into it but I remember nothing about it now.

  • Comment by Chuck — April 15, 2014 @ 11:31 am

    My favorite mini-series is definitely Lonesome Dove, how can you not like a western that has Steve Buscemi in it.

  • Comment by Todd Mason — April 15, 2014 @ 3:51 pm

    Well, if we count those which became miniseries even when they weren’t meant to be, THE PRISONER. I caught it as a Very young person when it was first telecast in the US in 1969 (iirc) and Rover was Very scary.

    For those that were actually meant to be miniseries, THE FORSYTE SAGA, in repeats (it had first been broadcast in the US on National Educational Television before PBS was founded, but I didn’t catch up with it and get caught up in it till 1976)…just a bit before I got caught up in ROOTS, which I’d read before the series began (THE BASTARD and a few others just didn’t sweep me up, though I’d watch a bit of the various MASTERPIECE THEATRE items from time to time).

  • Comment by Dave — April 16, 2014 @ 7:44 am

    My favorite mini-series, by far, is called Dead Set. It is a zombie series based on the UK Big Brother set. It is awesome!

  • Comment by Collin Bounds — April 17, 2014 @ 2:05 pm

    The first miniseries I remember watching was a parody similar to “The Spoils of Babylon”. It was called “Fresno” and starred Carol Burnett & Dabney Coleman. I was young and can’t remember if it was any good or not, but I’ve never seen it rerun or issued on home video, so I’m guessing it wasn’t too great.

  • Comment by Justin — April 19, 2014 @ 9:18 pm

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