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Comedian Bobcat Goldthwait Plays Not My Job

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Some people have sick and twisted ideas and end up in jail. Some people have sick and twisted ideas and end up making great, funny, twisted movies. This week's Not My Job guest — comedian, writer and director Bobcat Goldthwait — is thankfully one of the latter. His latest movie is a black comedy called God Bless America.

Goldthwait is known for his unique speaking voice, so we've invited him to play a game called "They call me the Velvet Kasell." Three questions about performers — like our very own Carl Kasell — who are known for their smooth, sultry voices.

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