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Grey Griffin interview on Pop My Culture podcast

Grey Griffin (“Scooby Doo,” “The Grim Adventures of Billy and Mandy”) joins Cole and Vanessa to chat about AMC’s potential texting during movies screens, the Rogue One trailer, tentacle boobs, Hook, Judge Judy, taking over Daphne, Drive-In movie theaters, Pug Champions, Star Wars knowledge and Grey’s run-in with Joan Embery.

Leave your answer to the firsts question (the first non-domesticated animal you were really into) on our website for a chance to win a comfy Pop My Culture T-Shirt!

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Grey Griffin with hosts Vanessa Ragland and Cole Stratton


  • Comment by S. Daniel McPhail — April 21, 2016 @ 1:37 am

    I lived in a smaller town in Oklahoma growing up, so my first exposure to red pandas came when I saw them in a book about giant pandas I read for a grade school report and I got hooked. I didn’t actually see them until I visited the San Diego Zoo as an adult. Now we have them here at the Oklahoma City Zoo and I can spend hours watching them. They’re adorable and actually really interesting to watch.

  • Comment by Brad — April 29, 2016 @ 3:44 pm

    I was really into cheetahs when right around 5th and 6th grade. I loved that they were the fast animal on land and I even campaigned to make our school’s mascot a cheetah when I was in middle school, since our school didn’t have a mascot. When we were doing this ‘election’ for a mascot, we had to make ballot boxes that were on theme with our choice, so I distinctly remember taking a big plastic animal cracker tub and turning into a cheetah. It ended up winning, so I was super proud.

  • Comment by FellHarbor — July 20, 2016 @ 8:35 am

    I can’t really pinpoint when it happened or why, but I was into elephants BIG TIME. Are they considered domesticated…? But yeah, from toys to shirts, everything had to be elephants. They’re so sweet and intelligent, and one of the few animals to show true emotions. Still love ’em, but the obsession has waned.

  • Comment by Peter — August 27, 2016 @ 9:34 am


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