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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're looking to get high, you've come to the right place. High on quality podcasting as Gary Dudak and Max Miller travel to upper middle-class suburbia to take on the opening credits to the hit Showtime show: Weeds.

 

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Links, as promised in the episode: 

Weeds Season One Original Opening Credits

Weeds Opening Credits as Performed By:

Ukulele bedroom cover of "Little Boxes" by Natalie Bates

Indie cover of "Little Boxes" by Noisy Pride

Kazoo cover of "Little Boxes" by Unexpected Visitors 

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Things get darker than ever as Gary Dudak and Max Miller welcome Sleepy Hollow co-creator Phillip Iscove to hold their delicate little hands and cover their eyes (when necessary) as they take a look at the opening credits to "The Girl With the Dragon Tattoo."

 

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Links, as promised in the episode: 

The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo Opening Credits  

Sad cover of Led Zeppelin's "Immigrant Song" by Nothing But Thieves 

Brass band cover of "Immigrant Song" by Dingonek Street Band

Orchestral strings cover of "Immigrant Song" by DaGamba 

Screaming goat remix of "Immigrant Song"

Rubber chicken cover of "Immigrant Song" by Chickensan

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This week, we're going back to the '90s with a movie that goes back to the '80s as we take a look at the opening credits to "The Wedding Singer." And remember, we have microphones and you don't, SO YOU WILL LISTEN TO EVERY DAMN WORD WE HAVE TO SAY!

 

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Links, as promised in the episode: 

The Wedding Singer Opening Credits  

You Spin Me Round (Like a Record) cover by Eiffel 65

Accordion cover of You Spin Me Round (Like a Record) by Jackson Parodi

Electric orchestral cover of You Spin Me Round (Like a Record) by Eklipse

Wedding party band cover of You Spin Me Round (Like a Record) by The Apple Tree Theory

Weird pole dance aerial artist cover of You Spin Me Round (Like a Record) by Strathmore

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Attention all fans of Nicole Kidman's wigs and Shailene Woodley's chunky bangs, this is the episode for you. Join Gary Dudak and Max Miller as they clumsily attempt to navigate the real estate porn that is the opening credits to "Big Little Lies." 

 

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Links, as promised in the episode: 

Big Little Lies Season 2 Opening Credits 

Big Little Lies Season 1 Opening Credits 

Ukulele cover of Michael Kiwanuka's "Cold Little Heart" by Ben Pierson

Electric harp cover of Michael Kiwanuka's "Cold Little Heart" by moe

Acoustic guitar cover of Michael Kiwanuka's "Cold Little Heart" by crooked lips

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This week, Gary Dudak and Max Miller are talking hideously-colored rayon suits and blurry nights in Hollywood as they make their way through the opening credits to the SNL sketch turned full length feature, "A Night at the Roxbury." 

 

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Links, as promised in the episode: 

A Night at the Roxbury Opening Credits 

Sad, slow cover of Haddaway's "What is Love" by Tears & Marble 

Ska cover of What is Love by Skameleon

Beatbox sax cover of What is Love by Derek Brown

Symphonic metal cover of What is Love that sounds like Evanescence by Rainheart Symphony 

Funny acoustic guitar cover of What is Love by Ewan Dobson (where he superimposed his head on his own body doing the head bobs)

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For once, Gary Dudak and Max Miller won't be the biggest nerds on this podcast. This week, they're taking a look at the opening credits to the show that brought us TV's most lovable dweeb, "Family Matters."

 

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Links, as promised in the episode: 

Family Matters Opening Credits (syndicated version)

Family Matters Opening Credits (full song version)

Family Matters Pilot Opening Credits with It's A Wonderful World by Louis Armstrong

Family Matters End Credits

One man acapella cover of "As Days Go By" (theme from Family Matters) by Triforcefilms

Pop Cover of the Family Matters theme by Parkside/Climax

Saxophone cover of Family Matters theme by BriansThing

One woman Family Matters opening credits reenactment by Nathalie Holmes

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Slap on a tight black top and over-lubricate your hair as Gary Dudak and Max Miller take a good, hard, greased-up look at the opening credits to the hit 1978 musical film, "Grease."

 

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Links, as promised in the episode: 

Grease Opening Credits with cold open  

Barry Gibb and the Bee Gees performing Grease live in Vegas in 1997 

Metal cover of Grease by Tragedy 

Funky cover of Grease by Matthew E. White and Flo Morrissey

Ukulele cover of Grease by Destiny Guerra 

Weird sample of Grease from Joints & Jam by The Black Eyed Peas

Terrifying sample of Grease from Travolta by Mr. Bungle 

AND OF COURSE....ADELE DAZEEM!

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Get your weird mouth noises and doo doo doo's ready! This week, Gary Dudak and Max Miller are satisfying the needs of 90s kids everywhere by taking on the opening credits to the hit Nickelodeon cartoon, "Doug." 

 

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Links, as promised in the episode: 

Doug Original Opening Credits 

Doug Opening Credits (Disney Version) 

Fred Newman performs the Doug theme live 

Acapella cover of the Doug theme by Krys

Beatbox/Violin cover of the Doug theme by Brian Fitzy 

Fingerstyle guitar cover of the Doug theme by Marcos Kaiser

Teach Me How to Dougie/Doug Theme mashup by radi0activity 

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Things get a little freak-ay in Credits Score's 20th episode. Join Gary Dudak and Max Miller as they discuss body-swapping, Chad Michael Murray's never-ending name, and an incredibly white wedding. 

 

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Links, as promised in the episode: 

Freaky Friday End Credits  

"Take Me Away," the song Lindsay Lohan's character plays at the House of Blues 

Chipmunk version of "Ultimate"

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Get ready to laugh and cry - or is it effin' cry? Either way, Gary Dudak and Max Miller are taking on the opening credits to the long-running cartoon Family Guy while knocking out one bad impression after another in the process.

 

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Links, as promised in the episode: 

Family Guy Opening Credits (Seasons 1-9) 

All the different endings to the Family Guy opening credits

Rap Version of the Family Guy Theme  

Full Version of the Family Guy Theme (live in Vegas)

Jazzy, Tap Dancing Cover of Family Guy theme by Postmodern Jukebox 

Acapella Cover of Family Guy Theme by Triforce Films 

8 Bit Cover of Family Guy Theme

Acoustic Cover of Family Guy Theme

Eminem "The Monster" ft. Rihanna (Sung in Family Guy Voices) by Mikey Bolts

Aladdin - A Whole New World (Peter Griffin & Stewie, Family Guy) by Wirah

Beatboxing in Family Guy Voices by Paul Vlahos

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