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Episode 151: Pop My Culture
John DiMaggio
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Pop My Culture #151: John DiMaggio

John DiMaggio (Adventure Time, Futurama) chats with Cole and Vanessa about the possible Indiana Jones reboot with Robert Pattinson, celebrities buying toilet paper, Rik Mayall, Gwyneth Paltrow’s moody water, voicing Bender, Tracy Morgan, The Penguins of Madagascar, Aquaman, Bob Bergen, miming phones, I Know That Voice, and Rob Paulsen’s little known role in DePalma’s Body Double.

Leave your answer to the firsts question (the first sugary drink you were into) on our website for a chance to win a “Jake the Dog” hat and an Adventure Time DVD signed by John!

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Comments

  1. Ryan says:

    I bet he doesn’t want to talk about this all the time, but I love hearing that John got sober. That’s a hard thing to deal with and an inspiring example. Needless to say, he is also super talented and super funny off the cuff, especially for someone who is not a writer.

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  3. The first sugary drink I was into as a kid was this Filipino soda called Royal Orange. It is a orange soda that came in this tall glass bottle and when I would go to the Filipino store with my mom she would buy me a case of it and I would get the craziest sugar high combined with the worst tummy ache…they have discontinued selling this soda in American and I miss it dearly! 

  4. Joseph Young says:

    And then there are the people on Facebook who only post photos of their kids as food. Those are the worst…

  5. Dave says:

    it’s beach front property, but from the other side