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Episode 78: Pop My Culture
Damien Fahey
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Pop My Culture #78: Damien Fahey

Damien Fahey (MTV VJ & host of “Total Request Live”) chats with Cole and Vanessa about the Octomom’s upcoming porn, hero Patrick Dempsey, I’m a Celebrity Get Me Out of Here, the Dr. Seuss ban, John Salley’s feng-shui, drinking champagne with Madonna, crazy Heidi & Spencer, building a home radio station, some ecards, The Grind, Regis and Kelly, and Vanessa’s battle with Nyquil.
Leave your answer to the firsts question on the Pop My Culture website (the first song you can remember calling a radio station and requesting) for a chance to win a MTV Party To Go CD signed by Damien! (You want this, people–it’s chock full of 90s dance club madness!)

Pop My Culture #78: Damien Fahey

Damien Fahey (MTV VJ & host of “Total Request Live”) chats with Cole and Vanessa about the Octomom’s upcoming porn, hero Patrick Dempsey, I’m a Celebrity Get Me Out of Here, the Dr. Seuss ban, John Salley’s feng-shui, drinking champagne with Madonna, crazy Heidi & Spencer, building a home radio station, some ecards, The Grind, Regis and Kelly, and Vanessa’s battle with Nyquil.
Leave your answer to the firsts question on the Pop My Culture website (the first song you can remember calling a radio station and requesting) for a chance to win a MTV Party To Go CD signed by Damien! (You want this, people–it’s chock full of 90s dance club madness!)

Comments

  1. Alec says:

    I was totally waiting for Tal Bachman/She’s So High to come up. I was shocked to learn it was from 1999. :(

  2. Todd Mason says:

    The Most Important Fact-Correction POP MY CULTURE has ever received:

    MOESHA was on UPN. Not the WB.

    Of course, you’re forgiven…(and TIME FOR BEANY, with Stan Freberg and Daws Butler, was on the old 1950s Paramount Television Network, which uncomfortably [and barely] co-existed with the DuMont Network in the early ’50s…now, you can be Even More Fascinating at your next after-party, when the discussion turns to US tv networks that no one remembers too clearly…)