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Episode 61: Pop My Culture
Ethan Suplee
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New to Nerdist Industries! Pop My Culture #61: Ethan Suplee

Ethan Suplee (My Name is Earl, Mallrats) chats with hosts Cole Stratton and Vanessa Ragland on their first podcast with the Nerdist network about Boy Meets World, neverending Risk games, Settlers of Catan, D&D, sad Bowie stories, Greg Garcia, looking for aliens, Remember the Titans, playing a skinhead, Without a Paddle fights, making videos with Jack White, the alternative Jason Mewes, nose dirt, Kevin Smith, and Ethan’s experience at a Don Phillips Pizza Party.

Leave your answer to the first question (the first candy or sweet you were into as a kid) on our website for a chance to win a My Name is Earl Season 1 DVD signed by Ethan!

New to Nerdist Industries! Pop My Culture #61: Ethan Suplee

Ethan Suplee (My Name is Earl, Mallrats) chats with hosts Cole Stratton and Vanessa Ragland on their first podcast with the Nerdist network about Boy Meets World, neverending Risk games, Settlers of Catan, D&D, sad Bowie stories, Greg Garcia, looking for aliens, Remember the Titans, playing a skinhead, Without a Paddle fights, making videos with Jack White, the alternative Jason Mewes, nose dirt, Kevin Smith, and Ethan’s experience at a Don Phillips Pizza Party.

Leave your answer to the first question (the first candy or sweet you were into as a kid) on our website for a chance to win a My Name is Earl Season 1 DVD signed by Ethan!

Comments

  1. Josh from Europe says:

    d[-__-]b I love this podcast. I tuned in yesterday for the first time, allthough I am on the Nerdist pod. channel from the beginning.
    I downloaded all of the shows with my favourite guest and so far, I love it and I am sure that i will love it forever.

    Future guests: hmmm, maybe Carrie Brownstein and Fred Armisen of PORTLANDIA, it would fit the name of your show.

  2. Scully says:

    Curses, how am I posting in relation to the wrong episode and there is no way to remove my commenting faux pas. That was about #62…. an episode from the future

  3. Scully says:

    Maybe it wasn’t a fevered dream. There is a microscopic animal called a Tardigrade or aka Water Bear. They would probably be even more disappointing than sea monkeys because they can’t be seen with the naked eye but they could feasibly be transported by mail and reactivated by adding water to moss. There are really amazing (can survive in space) and really adorable (the look like tiny bears)

    http://farm5.static.flickr.com/4097/4998571440_3f53f6c827.jpg

  4. eric says:

    Awesome! I discovered PMC when they did a cross-over episode with The Long Shot Podcast and it quickly shot to the top of my Favorites list. I don’t want to say I have a major crush on Vanessa Ragland but…I can’t think of anything else to say. Pretend I distracted your attention with something shiny.

  5. S says:

    This is an awesome podcast!!

    But chicken nuggets are gross…
    http://tinyurl.com/2anyfn7

  6. Slim Charles says:

    Cool that PMC is part of Nerdist now! Great podcast, though I haven’t listened to it in a while. I will download and listen to this episode!
    Chris, you’re going to become ruler of the podcast world soon! I should not use so many exclamation points, because it looks stupid!

  7. Chris Hardwick says:

    Thanks all! So glad to have Cole and Vanessa on the network. Thems some funny humans, all right! And my favorite conceptually was Chocodiles. I say “conceptually” because I always loved the IDEA of a twinkie dipped in chocolate but could never actually ever get through a whole one.

  8. Ryanz says:

    So happy PMC is on Nerdist, love you guys. Congrats. And on the candy, was big on these litte chocolate spheres with a candy shell that came in packs of like 10, but were smaller than M&M’s. Mind you, was years ago, and also flavored Lance Wafers….mmm, except the brown ones

  9. Aticus says:

    Sweetness! Another amazing podcast to join Nerdist. The Empire is rising O.o

    @tiny jim- thanks for the mention of a Thomas Lennon interview. He is one of my favorite recurring guests on NI.

  10. Chuck W. says:

    You had me at “never say a mean thing about your pUsay.”

  11. Vee says:

    Ethan was super engaging. Getting a glimpse into his experiences as an actor was fascinating.

    Necco Wafers rule. NECCO, YES! The purple ones are best.

  12. Vincent S says:

    @_@ too much time to listen to people. Up to the kid kicking halloween shenanigans, fun.

  13. Shannon says:

    THIS MADE MY DAY! This, and the pair of tix I bought to the live podcast in Philly.

  14. Marc says:

    Diggin the Catan talk. Fell behind on PMC episodes, good to see you on the Nerdist network now.

  15. Luanne says:

    First candy fave was the Marathon Bar- it was a cool, braided caramel twist dipped in chocolate…

    If anyone here says Necco wafers, please have yourself committed- thank you…

  16. Tiny Jim says:

    @Jessica Be sure you listen to the Thomas Lennon episode. I have never laughed so hard. All of the episodes are good, though, so any you choose are going to be ear pleasure. My favorite childhood candy was the huge sugar straws & the fun dip.

  17. JOe Cuffe says:

    First candy I was really into was Fun Dip!

  18. Rachel says:

    Great podcast! My favorite childhood candy were root beer barrels.

  19. JESSICA says:

    What a great podcast I am going ot have to go back and listen to all the back eps now

  20. Brian says:

    Because they’re not ignoring all the previous podcasts these folks worked hard on getting out?

    cough ::TheDorkForestOnNerdest:: cough

  21. Scott Baker says:

    I don’t get it, why is this episode #61 if it’s the first episode?

  22. Justin G. says:

    Another awesome podcast joining Nerdist Industries.

    My favorite candy was Jolly Ranchers. I remember I would always get a bag of them and hide them in my room so nobody could find them.

  23. Brian C says:

    I think it’s cool that PMC joined the Nerdist Conglomeration… Congrats!

    Favorite candy as a kid was banana flavored Now & Laters… They were cheap,and a pack lasted awhile.