TV & Film

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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We hope you're ready to release your inhibitions as return guest, Kelly Blackheart (I Don't Know About That with Jim Jefferies, The Unsolicited Podcast), joins us as we make our way through the opening credits to the ultimate 2000's guilty pleasure, "The Hills." 

 

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Links, as promised in the episode: 

The Hills, Season 1 Opening Credits 

Final Episode Version of "Unwritten" by Natasha Bedingfield

Funk cover of "Unwritten" by Natasha Bedingfield performed by Scary Pockets ft. Jonah Baker

Ukulele cover of "Unwritten" by Natasha Bedingfield performed by Muhan Rogue

Acapella cover of "Unwritten" by Natasha Bedingfield performed by Stefan Wyatt

Pop punk cover of "Unwritten" by Natasha Bedingfield performed by Settle Your Scores

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Aw geez. Ya better get bundled up 'cause this week we're making our way through the snow-filled landscape that is the opening credits to Fargo. Okay there? Real good, then. 

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"Seeing White" by Scene On Radio  

"Police Abolition" by Call Your Girlfriend 

"A Black Man's Experience in America with Marcus Stricklin" by Unapologetically Sensitive

"Disney's Most Controversial Film: Six Degrees of 'Song of the South'" by You Must Remember This

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Links, as promised in the episode: 

Fargo Opening Credits 

Piano cover of Fargo, North Dakota by Keith McCabe

Fingerstyle guitar cover of Fargo, North Dakota by Andrey Basalay

How to Speak Fargo Supercut by Fandor 

And, for no reason whatsoever, a movie accent expert critiquing Jon Voight's awful accent in "Anaconda"

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Get those "woo-oohs" ready. This week, we're realizing just how much life is like a hurricane as we make our way through the opening credits to Disney's "DuckTales."

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Click Here To Get Started With Just A Few Of The Ways You Can Help The Black Lives Matter Movement

Podcast episodes about racism in America to help fuel unlearning the things you've been taught: 

"Seeing White" by Scene On Radio  

"Police Abolition" by Call Your Girlfriend 

"A Black Man's Experience in America with Marcus Stricklin" by Unapologetically Sensitive

"Disney's Most Controversial Film: Six Degrees of 'Song of the South'" by You Must Remember This

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Links, as promised in the episode: 

Disney's DuckTales Opening Credits  

The "Woo-Oohs" in Different Languages 

Disney's DuckTales Theme (Korean Version)

The 28 Guitars cover of the DuckTales Theme 

Ukulele cover of the DuckTales Theme performed by Al Wood

Brass Quintet cover of the DuckTales Theme performed by Seb Skelly

Fingerstyle Guitar cover of the DuckTales Theme performed by Metallicatease

Viral Internet Animals cover of the DuckTales Theme put together by DaftTheEdgyGuy

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This week, we're ditching all of our responsibilities with the master himself, Ferris Bueller, as we make our way through the hilarious end credits to "Ferris Bueller's Day Off." Doo bow bow. Ohhh yeah!

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Links, as promised in the episode: 

Ferris Bueller's Day Off End Credits

Ferris Bueller Parody from "Deadpool" 

Ferris Bueller TV Show Opening Credits 

Charlie and Mac sing Day Bow Bow from "It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia" 

Remix of "Oh Yeah" by Yello performed by Lefteris Matapas

Amateur Acapella cover of "Oh Yeah" by Yello performed by Tyranbell

Cute Father/Son duet of "Oh Yeah" by Yello performed by Henry and his Daddy

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We're still in quarantine, so come hear us work on our terrible British accents and pig snorts as we make our way through the opening credits to the kids show phenomenon that is "Peppa Pig."

 

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Links, as promised in the episode: 

Peppa Pig Opening Credits  

Peppa Pig End Credits

Super Potato's Fruits and Vegetables Song 

Remix of the Peppa Pig Theme Song performed by  Attic Stein

Creepy metal cover of the Peppa Pig Theme Song performed by Simto

Sad piano cover of the Peppa Pig Theme Song performed by NPT Music

PEPPA PIG THEME... but it's played on a $1 piano performed by Amosdoll Music

PEPPA PIG THEME (BALLOON VS CAT PIANO) ft Drum Calculator performed by CatPiano Entertainment

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With the stay at home order in full effect, we've struggled a bit with how to pull off our normal format, but fear not...We've still got a hell of an episode for you as we take on all things "Tiger King" via video chat. 

 

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Links, as promised in the episode: 

Tiger King Opening Credits 

The Railroad (aka the Tiger King theme song) performed by Goodnight, Texas

 

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This is a story all about how our 50th episode recording went down. And we'd like to take a minute, just sit right there, as we make our way through the opening credits to "The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air." 

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Links, as promised in the episode: 

The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air Opening Credits  

The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air Extended Version 

Will Smith and Jaden Smith perform The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air theme song on The Graham Norton Show (2013)

Blues cover of The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air theme song performed by Steve Onotera

Cigar guitar box cover of The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air theme song performed by Kris Barras

Sad, bedroom cover of The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air theme song performed by Ebony Day

Metal cover of The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air theme song performed by Leo Moracchioli

The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air theme song performed by Ed Sheeran on 95-106 Capital FM

The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air theme song performed by Azerrz in different celebrity voices 

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For once Gary won't be the only monster on this podcast, as the niece of Universal Studios founder Carl Laemmle, Antonia Carlotta (Universally Me), joins us to break down the opening credits to the oldest movie we've ever taken on: "Frankenstein."

 

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Links, as promised in the episode: 

Frankenstein Opening Credits

Frankenstein End Credits 

Frankenstein opening credits with modern music by Jay Dittamo 

Frankenstein song with lyrics set to the tune of "A Whole New World" from Disney's Aladdin performed by Hiren Bagga

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Get the kick drum and melodica ready! This week we're joined by the incredibly talented Jessica McKenna of Off Book: The Improvised Musical Podcast as we make our way through Dunder Mifflin Scranton via the opening credits to "The Office."

 

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Links, as promised in the episode: 

The Office Opening Credits

The Office: All Openings At Once

Jay Ferguson, who wrote The Office theme, performing his hit song "Thunder Island"

Creed Bratton performing The Office theme live with added lyrics

The Office theme in 10 Genres performed by Williams Goldsmith

The Office theme song (Remix) performed by Kenny Holland

The Office Theme | Sad Emotional Version performed by Samuel Kim 

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We're invading Mushnik's Flower Shop like a giant man eating alien plant as we make our way through the opening credits to the 1986 musical dark comedy, "Little Shop of Horrors."

 

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Links, as promised in the episode: 

Little Shop of Horrors Opening Credits

The Little Shop of Horrors (1960, original film) Opening Credits

Clip of the 50+ puppeteers controlling Audrey II from the Making of Little Shop of Horrors 

Opening credits from "Little Shop", a spinoff children's cartoon from 1991

Levi Stubbs performing "Mean Green Mother From Outer Space" at the 1987 Oscars

Alan Menken discussing and playing the Prologue from "Little Shop of Horrors"

Marching Band cover of the Prologue from "Little Shop of Horrors" 

KIDZ BOP version of the Prologue from "Little Shop of Horrors" 

Piano cover of the Prologue from "Little Shop of Horrors" performed by russ2246

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