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Join two adult men who have nothing better to do as they take a deep dive into the opening and end credits of their favorite and not-so-favorite movies and TV shows.

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This week, Gary Dudak and Max Miller are joined by Kelly Blackheart (The Unsolicited Podcast) for an in-depth comparison of The English Patient novel and film...NOT. Crank up the sound in your Mirthmobile and headbang along as the trio take a look at the opening credits of Wayne's World. 

 

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Links, as promised in the episode: 

Wayne's World Opening Credits (Partial)

Dana Carvey announces Wayne's World 3 on Conan (2012)

Addams Family/Wayne's World Trailer

Wayne's World Theme Song (Extended Version)

Aerosmith performs Wayne's World theme on SNL (1990)

Little Kid messing up the "and monkeys might fly out of my butt" line

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Join your hosts (and heroes), Gary Dudak and Max Miller, as they focus on important issues that have been plaguing the planet such as, "Why the hell is the Captain Planet theme song featured at the end of the cartoon and not at the beginning?"

 

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Links, as promised in the episode: 

Captain Planet and the Planeteers end credits 

The awful Captain Planet season 6 opening credits featuring Fred Schneider of The B-52's 

Captain Planet and the Planeteers end credits in German  

Captain Planet theme song acapella cover by The Warp Zone

Acoustic cover of the Captain Planet theme by Zeek Power 

Metal cover of the Captain Planet theme by Jedediah Smith

Very weird puppet cover of the Captain Planet theme by LarryIRL

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This week, we're movin' right along through our credits journey as we take an in-depth look at the very chaotic end credits from 1979's The Muppet Movie. 

 

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Links, as promised in the episode: 

The Muppet Movie End Credits Part 1 

The Muppet Movie End Credits Part 2 

Can You Picture That? cover by The Viennagram 

Movin' Right Along cover by Alkaline Trio 

Movin' Right Along analog cover by PJ Pooterhoots  

Movin' Right Along backwards (for some reason)

Movin' Right Along parody in Grand Theft Auto style

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This week, we're spending some quality time with the Gallagher clan in their filthy bathroom and getting to know a little too much about each of them. Come along for the ride as we take a look at the opening credits from Showtime's longest-running original scripted series. 

 

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Links, as promised in the episode: 

Official Shameless opening credits 

Original opening credits (with Karen)

Josh Malerman of The High Strung singing "The Luck You Got" next to a toilet 

The Luck You Got bedroom cover by John & Joe Staf

8-Bit cover of The Luck You Got

Homemade remake of the Shameless Opening Credits 

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Yes, dudes and dudettes, major league podcasting is back in town! This week, we're taking it back to our childhoods and jumping into the opening credits of the hit 1990 film like we're a bunch of mutant turtles jumping into a sewer. (featuring our very first guest ever, Cory Dudak)

 

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Links, as promised in the episode: 

The opening credits to Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles 

Scene before the opening credits

Turtle Power by Partners in Kryme 

Turtle Rhapsody from the official soundtrack  

The Pizza Hut commercial that was one the VHS before the movie

Ryan Stiles saying "Pizza" like a baby turtle on Whose Line Is It Anyway?

Master Splinter coming...to a decision

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Come join us in this very special, topical episode and prepare yourself for the final season of Game of Thrones, as we mispronounce our way through the opening credits and entire continent of Westeros.

 

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Links, as promised in the episode: 

Official Game of Thrones Opening Credits (Game of Thrones YouTube)

All Intros (Seasons 1-6) at the same time.  

The Rains of Castamere by The National 

The Rains of Castamere (Red Wedding Version)

The Rains of Castamere (Purple Wedding Version) by Sigur Rós

Weird Al at the Emmy's 2014

Chvrches Cover of Game of Thrones theme

Ska Version of Game of Thrones theme by PASO

Ragtime Piano version of Game of Thrones theme by Jonny May 

Floppy Disk version of Game of Thrones theme  

The Simpsons (Game of Thrones inspired opening credits)

South Park "Weiner Weiner" version of Game of Thrones theme

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This week, we're talking platform shoes, oversized shirt collars, and a completely abnormal way to eat pizza as we take on one of the most iconic opening credits of all time: Saturday Night Fever. 

 

Links, as promised in the episode: 

Saturday Night Fever Opening Credits  

Lowdown by Boz Scaggs 

Capital Cities cover of Stayin' Alive

Marty and Elayne cover of Stayin' Alive from Swingers 

Jamiroquai/Bee Gees Mashup by Pomplamoose

Bruce Springsteen cover of Stayin' Alive (Brisbane, 02/26/14)

Loop station cover of Stayin' Alive by Mauro Stella  

Donald Trump in Saturday Night Fever

 

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You: What'chu talkin' 'bout? Us: Why thank you for asking. This week we're talkin' 'bout the classic late 70s/early 80s sitcom, "Diff'rent Strokes." Come join us as we get one of the catchiest theme songs of all time stuck in our heads all over again.

 

Links, as promised in the episode: 

Season 1 Opening Credits 

Season 3 Opening Credits

Season 6 Opening Credits

Season 8 Opening Credits

Robin Thicke Begrudgingly Singing the Diff'rent Strokes Theme 

Jack Black Singing the Diff'rent Strokes Theme

Guitar Bedroom Cover by Michele Zayla

The Ukulady Cover 

Disturbin' Stokes

 

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Get your schoolboy uniforms on. This week, we're enrolling in Rock 101 as we join Jack Black and a bunch of random children as they jam their way through the end credits of the 2003 film, "School of Rock."

 

Links, as promised in the episode: 

School of Rock End Credits 

School of Rock Cast Reunion (2013) 

Pat Boone cover of "It's A Long Way To The Top (If You Want To Rock And Roll)" 

School of Rock TV Show Theme 

Haunting orchestral cover of "It's A Long Way To The Top (If You Want To Rock And Roll)" by Susanna 

The Wiggles cover of "It's A Long Way To The Top (If You Want To Rock And Roll)"

 

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Dust off your snapping fingers. Because it's gonna be hard not to snap along as we take a nice, long look at the opening credits to the creepiest and kookiest sitcom of all time: The Addams Family. 

 

Links, as promised in the episode: 

The Addams Family Opening Credits

Version of the opening credits with the door handle that Gary mentions  

Opening Credits to Halloween with the New Addams Family (1977)

Fingerstyle Guitar Cover by Marcos Kaiser

Sax Quartet in Church Cover

8 Bit Cover

Wayne's World Movie Promo

 

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