What are the four most iconic...anythings? The Mt. Rushmore Podcast seeks to answer these questions. Join Jeff, Michael and Richard as they argue and debate what are the most definitive examples of everything, from the Mt. Rushmore of Bad Movie Accents to the Mt. Rushmore of Months.
Mt. Rushmore of Extended Universes (w/ Jim Coughlin)
The universe is, like...REALLY large. And so are the Extended Universes of some of your favorite films and TV shows. This week we're extending our reach to include comedian, writer and actor Jim Coughlin to the show to discuss all of the different ways that one show can become a whole ecosystem.
Mt. Rushmore of Wandavision Theories (with The Masters of the Obvious)
Are you digging WandaVision? So are we, even though it's confusing as hell. But that's part of the charm - trying to sift through all of the clues and Easter eggs to figure out exactly what's going on.
We needed some reinforcements to help us with all of the different fan theories out there. Good thing that The Masters of the Obvious were there to help us. Enjoy a different type of episode as we...OK, do you want me to take it from the top?
Mt. Rushmore of Karens Throughout History
Contrary to popular belief, the concept of a Karen wasn't invented last year. There have been Karens throughout history, showing a sense of entitlement and general busybodiness. We're joined this week by actor/writer Tara O'Brien who is NOT a Karen at all but is a great podcast guest.
Also, if you'd like to speak to the manager of this podcast, take it up with Jeff.
Mt. Rushmore of Chess Players
You think that there are no more interesting topics left for us to cover? Wham! We're already three moves ahead of you. That's because we're talking about chess players - both real and fictional - with chess aficionado Scott Vinci. CHECK AND MATE!
Songs That Only Exist in TV and Film
Some of your favorite songs aren't even real. I mean, they are real songs, but just not from real bands. Instead, they were created to be part of a fictional world in film and TV. This week we're looking at our top tunes from bands that don't really exist...except in our hearts.
Mt. Rushmore of Cults (with Tom and Steph Clark of I'm a Rescue)
When you think of a cult, we all know what you think about (and for legal reasons, we can't name names). But on this week's podcast we're opening up the definition of what exactly is a cult. Helping us to break it all down are Tom and Steph Clark of the I'm a Rescue podcast.
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The Mount Rushmore of Podcasts?
Maybe only time will tell. Really enjoyed this one great concept. They had a seeps round on 100 and that was fun. Listened to another where they went in-depth! Give it a listen. @afterburn739 podcast.