Kevin Nealon of “Saturday Night Live”

by | Nov 7, 2007

Comedian-actor and veteran animal advocate Kevin Nealon–perhaps best known for his lengthy stint on “Saturday Night Live” (1986-1995), but who’s more recently earned some of the best reviews of his career in his role as Doug Wilson, the pot-loving and increasingly conniving accountant on the acclaimed Showtime series “Weeds”–discusses the animal issues he considers most significant at the moment (pet overpopulation, spay/neuter), his nearly 20 years as a vegetarian, his recent tongue-in-cheek testimonial video spot for PETA, how he initially became interested in the world of animal welfare, the fun of playing Doug Wilson on the increasingly edgy and envelope-pushing Weeds, and more. []

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COMEDY CORNER: Sean Cullen’s “Cats” []
MUSIC: The Specials’ “Do The Dog,” Jessica Harper’s “I’m Not Going To Chase The Cat Today,” instrumentals
NAME THAT ANIMAL TUNE: The Doors’ “20th Century Fox”

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