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Episode 72: Pop My Culture
Judy Greer
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Pop My Culture #72: Judy Greer

Judy Greer (Arrested Development, 13 Going on 30) charms Cole and Vanessa and chats about Jeff Who Lives At Home, The Descendants, the extended Taco Bell menu, Bayou Billionaire, American Judy, New Orleans vs. Hawaii, the Duplass Brothers, pickled bologna, Madonna parties, re-enacting, Alexander Payne, double dutch, and the incredibly insane zombie Whitney Houston video.
Leave your answer to the firsts question (the first 80s-era band or singer you really got into) on the show’s website for a chance to win an Arrested Development Season 1 DVD signed by Judy!

Pop My Culture #72: Judy Greer

Judy Greer (Arrested Development, 13 Going on 30) charms Cole and Vanessa and chats about Jeff Who Lives At Home, The Descendants, the extended Taco Bell menu, Bayou Billionaire, American Judy, New Orleans vs. Hawaii, the Duplass Brothers, pickled bologna, Madonna parties, re-enacting, Alexander Payne, double dutch, and the incredibly insane zombie Whitney Houston video.
Leave your answer to the firsts question (the first 80s-era band or singer you really got into) on the show’s website for a chance to win an Arrested Development Season 1 DVD signed by Judy!

Comments

  1. LZB says:

    Awwwwwwww I wanted someone to say Judy and the Beast so bad (even though it sort of breaks the format)

  2. K Sue says:

    Omg, thank you so much for sharing that zombie Whitney Houston video from the Philippines. That was was just a layer cake of awesomeness and weirdness.

    Love this episode and show.

    Many thanks :D

  3. Alec says:

    I really liked Sharon, Lois and Bram as a kid, but as far as Canadian children’s folk entertainers go, Raffi is the best.

  4. Ryan says:

    I’ve never been an actress so I couldn’t get into this podcast. It was too inside. :)

  5. Joshua says:

    Madonna’s Like a Virgin was my 1st song I heard growing up that inspired me to write music.

  6. Joshua says:

    Madonna’s Like a Virgin was my 1st song I heard growing up that inspired me to write music

  7. Ian says:

    Prince was the first 80’s singer I loved and he’s still my favorite. He can do anything!