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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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Things are zanier than ever in our latest episode as we do our best to keep up with the Warner brothers (and the Warner sister, Dot) as they run amok through the opening credits to the hit 90s cartoon, "Animaniacs."

 

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Links, as promised in the episode: 

Animaniacs Opening Credits  

Compilation of variations of the ending of the opening credits

Compilation of variations of all of the end credits gag

Animaniacs "Finger Prince" scene

Animaniacs voice actors singing the Animaniacs theme acapella at Comic Con

Barbershop quartet cover of the Animaniacs theme

Old timey piano cover of the Animaniacs theme 

Dubstep remix of the Animaniacs theme

Mississippi State marching band cover of the Animaniacs theme

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There are a lot of firsts in this week's episode. Our first sequel. Our first Marvel movie. Our first episode where Gary's nipple pops out. But don't let that deter you. Come dance along with Baby Groot as we take a look at the opening credits to Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2.

 

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Links, as promised in the episode: 

Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2 Opening Credits 

James Gunn dancing as Baby Groot: Part 1 and Part 2

Lily Allen's cover of Mr. Blue Sky by Electric Light Orchestra 

One Man Choir cover of Mr. Blue Sky by Steven Moses

Bedroom ukulele cover of Mr. Blue Sky by Reb Shang

String quartet cover of Mr. Blue Sky by The Bossard Quartet

Remix of Mr. Blue Sky by Crazy Monkey 

The Floppotron cover of Mr. Blue Sky by Pawel Zadrozniak

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Greetings, boils and ghouls! This week, Gary Dudak and Max Miller make the long trek from the creaky front gate to the dusty Cryptkeeper's tomb as they take on the opening credits to HBO's creepy anthology series, "Tales from the Crypt."

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Links, as promised in the episode: 

Tales from the Crypt Opening Credits  

Metal cover of the "Tales from the Crypt" theme by VikingGuitar

Orchestral cover of the "Tales from the Crypt" theme by The Pit Stop Players

Weird, recorder cover of the "Tales from the Crypt" theme by Michal

Tales from the Cryptkeeper (The animated series) Opening Credits 

Crypt Jam (aka The Cryptkeeper's rap video) 

We Wish You'd Bury the Missus from the Tales from the Crypt Christmas album

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In this very spooky episode of Credits, ahem...Scare, Gary Dudak and Max Miller try their best to keep you awake as they make their way through the opening credits to the 1984 film that launched one of the most popular horror franchises of all time, "A Nightmare on Elm Street." 

 

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Links, as promised in the episode: 

A Nightmare on Elm Street Opening Credits

Synthesia midi cover of the A Nightmare on Elm Street theme 

Metal cover of the A Nightmare on Elm Street theme by Zach Hurst

Orchestral cover of the A Nightmare on Elm Street theme by The Blake Robinson Synthetic Orchestra

Club remix of the A Nightmare on Elm Street theme by DiscoPhantom

Creepy cover of the A Nightmare on Elm Street theme using the Freddy Krueger glove by gtidubthee1

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This week, the guys are being whisked away to Stars Hollow by special guest and diehard "Gilmore Girls" fan, Skylar Harrison, as they all make their way through the Carole King-infused opening credits to the hit TV show. 

 

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Links, as promised in the episode: 

Gilmore Girls Season 1 Opening Credits  

One Woman Band cover of "Where You Lead" the theme from Gilmore Girls by Ninja Nins 

Solo Acoustic Fingerstyle cover of  "Where You Lead" by Andrew Chae

Ukulele cover of "Where You Lead" by Genevieve Aileen 

Dark, Depressing cover of "Where You Lead" by Rebecca Madro

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Gary and Max are as desperate for your attention as each of the Roy children are as desperate for their father's in this week's episode taking on the opening credits to Succession. 

 

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Links, as promised in the episode: 

Succession Season 2 Opening Credits  

Succession Season 1 Opening Credits 

The opening sequence from "The Game" 

EDM Remix of the Succession theme by The Only Animal

Mario Paint cover of the Succession theme by Adam Catino

Bill Hader dancing to the Succession theme 

Fuck Off Supercut from Succession Season 1 by S. L

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Gary and Max are talking giant hairy knuckles and oversized asses as they make their way through the Tom Cruise-pelvic thrusting-fueled dance number that is the end credits to 2008's "Tropic Thunder."

 

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Links, as promised in the episode: 

Tropic Thunder End Credits 

Chipmunk version of "Get Back" by Ludacris 

Live acoustic cover of "Get Back" by Not Enough Flannel

Wonderwall/Get Back acoustic mashup by Christopher Giroud

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This week, Gary Dudak and Max Miller travel way back in time to talk anthropomorphic dinosaurs, but more specifically, anthropomorphic dinosaur babies who hit their anthropomorphic dinosaur fathers over the head with a variety of objects repeatedly.  

 

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Links, as promised in the episode: 

Dinosaurs Opening Credits (later seasons) 

Earl teaching Baby to say "Daddy"

"I'm The Baby, Gotta Love Me" Music Video 

Acapella cover of the Dinosaurs theme (with the other version of the opening credits) by Triforcefilms

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Break out the Herbal Essences and touch up your French manicure so you'll be ready to join Gary Dudak and Max Miller as they welcome Hollis Jane Andrews (Mike Tyson Mysteries, Nobodies) to help guide them through the very bubbly opening credits to "Legally Blonde."

 

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Links, as promised in the episode: 

Legally Blonde Opening Credits  

Male version of "Perfect Day" by Hoku  

Ukulele cover of "Perfect Day" by lagaringer 

Acapella cover of "Perfect Day" by Singchronize

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In this week's episode, Gary Dudak and Max Miller are hitching a ride with Kevin James as he makes the long drive home through the streets of New York City in the opening credits of "The King of Queens."

 

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Links, as promised in the episode: 

The King of Queens Opening Credits  

Patton Oswalt standing completely still through an entire scene of "The King of Queens"

Bedroom piano cover of "Baby All My Life I Will Be Driving Home To You," the theme from "The King of Queens" by astaflora

Faux metal cover of "Baby All My Life I Will Be Driving Home To You" by PelleK

Acoustic bedroom blues cover of "Baby All My Life I Will Be Driving Home To You" by iklmn oprst

Bluegrass style cover of "Baby All My Life I Will Be Driving Home To You" by Crispy Jones

The King of Queens Theme Song from Your Captor's Basement by patch

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