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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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If you go into our latest episode, where we make our way through the opening credits to "Friday Night Lights," with clear eyes and a full heart, you can't lose. 

 

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Links, as promised in the episode: 

Friday Night Lights Opening Credits via Art of the Title  

Acoustic guitar cover of the Friday Night Lights theme by W.G. Snuffy Walden performed by Christopher Foster

Sampled version of the Friday Night Lights theme by W.G. Snuffy Walden performed by Kolo

Percussion cover of "Your Hand in Mine" by Explosions in the Sky performed by Evan Chapman

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Honestly, we have no recollection of recording this episode about "The Hangover" end credits, so hopefully if enough of you listen to it, we can start to put some of the pieces together. 

 

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Links, as promised in the episode: 

The Hangover End Credits  

Strings cover of "Right Round" by Flo Rida (feat. Ke$ha) performed by Lindsey Stirling

Acoustic guitar cover of "Right Round" by Flo Rida (feat. Ke$ha) performed by Ian Thomas

Slowed down version of "Right Round" by Flo Rida (feat. Ke$ha)

Acapella cover of "Right Round" by Flo Rida (feat. Ke$ha) 

Bedroom classical pop piano cover of "Right Round" by Flo Rida (feat. Ke$ha) performed by Jenton Lee

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Wubba lubba dub dub! In our latest episode, Gary's brother, Cory Dudak, joins us as we all cram into Rick Sanchez's Space Cruiser and make our way through the various portals and dimensions that make up the opening credits to the Adult Swim hit, "Rick and Morty."

  

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Links, as promised in the episode: 

Rick and Morty Opening Credits 

Clip from "The Real Animated Adventures of Doc and Mharti"

Surf Rock cover of the "Rick and Morty" theme song by Miracles of Modern Science

Fingerstyle Guitar cover of the "Rick and Morty" theme song by Eddie van der Meer

Rick And Morty Theme / Get Schwifty - Ska Punk Cover by The Holophonics

Cello cover of the "Rick and Morty" theme song by Vesislava 

The "Rick and Morty" theme song with lyrics by Golden Governor

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Oo-de-lally! This week, we're joined by Zach Reino (Off Book: The Improvised Musical Podcast) as we whistle our way through the opening credits to Disney's 1973 animated feature "Robin Hood."

 

 

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Links, as promised in the episode: 

Disney's Robin Hood Opening Credits

The Hamster Dance 

Dixieland Jazz cover of Whistle-Stop (The Theme from Robin Hood) by Roger Miller performed by Swing'it Dixieband

Classical Guitar cover of Whistle-Stop (The Theme from Robin Hood) by Roger Miller performed by Giuseppe Torrisi

Dance Remix of Whistle-Stop (The Theme from Robin Hood) by Roger Miller performed by Riccardo Mauro

Two Guys High AF cover of Whistle-Stop (The Theme from Robin Hood) by Roger Miller performed by Drew Lawrence

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♪What would you do if we podcast out of tune? Would you stand up and walk out on us?♫  Actually, please don't. We have such a great episode to kick off 2020 and we wouldn't want you to miss it. Sit back and relax, as we let the vocal stylings of Joe Cocker take us through the opening credits of "The Wonder Years."

 

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Links, as promised in the episode: 

The Wonder Years Opening Credits  

Tiny Apartment cover of "With a Little Help From My Friends by The Beatles/Joe Cocker performed by Lawrence

Barbershop Quartet Acapella cover of "With a Little Help From My Friends by The Beatles/Joe Cocker performed by A Cappella Trudbol

Outdoor Highway Acoustic cover of "With a Little Help From My Friends by The Beatles/Joe Cocker performed by Blue Water Highway

Reggae cover of "With a Little Help From My Friends by The Beatles/Joe Cocker performed by POTA REGGAE ROOTS

Accordion cover of "With a Little Help From My Friends by The Beatles/Joe Cocker performed by 

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Get ready to have the hap-hap-happiest Christmas since Bing Crosby tapdanced with Danny-fucking-Kaye, as we watch Santa get into one predicament after another in the animated opening credits to "National Lampoon's Christmas Vacation."

 

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Links, as promised in the episode: 

National Lampoon's Christmas Vacation Opening Credits

Folk/Bluegrass cover of "Christmas Vacation" by Indianna Dawn

Solo guitar cover of "Christmas Vacation" by John Morrison

Metal cover of "Christmas Vacation" by Rare Breed

Ukulele cover of "Christmas Vacation" by Kayleigh Ukulele

Christmas Vacation/Holiday Road/Mele Kamikimaka mashup by Nicodemus Snow

National Lampoon's Christmas Vacation Clark Griswald Rant Plus a Guitar by Steve Badach

National Lampoon's Christmas Vacation in One Minute by One Minute Movies  

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It's a very Credits Score Christmas (yeah, that's the best we could come up with), as we take on our first holiday flick ever with the opening credits to 2003's raunchy Christmas comedy, "Bad Santa."

 

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Links, as promised in the episode: 

Bad Santa Opening Credits 

Trap remix of Chopin's Nocturne in E-flat major, Op. 9, No. 2

Kalimba cover of Chopin's Nocturne in E-flat major, Op. 9, No. 2 by Zeida Sound

Classical guitar cover of Chopin's Nocturne in E-flat major, Op. 9, No. 2 by Lucas Brar

Metal cover of Chopin's Nocturne in E-flat major, Op. 9, No. 2 by Lai

Electronic remix of Chopin's Nocturne in E-flat major, Op. 9, No. 2 by Shaun Yeoh

The Little Green Feller: The Story of the Grinch as Told by Carl from Sling Blade by Psych Ward

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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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