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The World's Most Popular Inaccurate And Sometimes Squirreled Retelling Of Pop Culture History Podcast.

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The World's Most Popular Inaccurate And Sometimes Squirreled Retelling Of Pop Culture History Podcast.






No 102: PC Big Brother S3E1

It's the third installment of our annual Pop Culture Big Brother game. We each take 5 people from TV, Movies, History, Music, Books, Real or Fictional, and stick them in a house. Then we battle it out just like the TV show! JL has won the last two times...will he make it a third? This is episode 1 of 2. Featured Beer: Goose Island's SPF


No 101: Stranger Things

Take one part strange sightings, two parts Government secrets, add some fearless kids, and a dark force that turns a small town upside down. You now have Netflix's Stranger Things. We take a look into how this show came to be by holding an intervention for the big baddie of the series: The Mind Flayer! (Also we make fun of Will's hair alot) Featured Beer: Badger State Brewing's BRW-SKI


No 100: Not A Clip Show

It's our 100th episode! We decided instead of doing someone else's pop culture history (abridged), we would do our own pop culture history (abridged)! Now with extra bonus mash-up! But wait there is more! (There is no more.) Thanks to all who listen, who share, and who support. Without you guys we are nothing! Featured Beer: New Glarus Spotted Cow


No 99: CokeACola

Coke-a-Cola is a beverage known the world over. It is literally the most popular drink on the planet. But how did it get this way? And who started the company? And did it really have the secret ingredient of cocaine? We answer all of these question in a soap opera style presentation as we explore the history of Coke-a-Cola. Featured Beer: Voodoo Ranger's Jucifer IPA


No 98: Elton John

Sir Elton John, is one of the most highly acclaimed and successful solo artists of all time. He has achieved numerous gold, platinum, multi-platinum albums, and even one diamond album. He has sold more than 300 million records worldwide, and holds the record for the biggest selling single of all time, Candle In The Wind 1997. Elton launched his first tour in 1970, and has been a tour-de-force since. Featured Beer: Tampa Bay Brewing Company's Twisted Strawberry Fest


No 97: Iron Man

This topic was a request. We take the legend of Iron Man and turn it into a comedy roast. Just like the ones you see on TV. Join Hulk, Pepper Potts, Howard Stark, Bethany Cord, and many surprise guests as we go beyond the movies and into the comics to uncover the history of the playboy and hero: Tony Stark. This week we are sponsored by SeatGiant.com and Podcoin. Featured Beer: Harpoon Dunkin' Coffee Porter


No 96: Barbie

Barbie was Ruth Handler's creation borrowed from a German Sex Doll she picked up while on vacation in Switzerland. Ruth fought with the all male Mattel executives to bring this toy into every little girl's hands. Barbie showed little girls that woman had the power to be anything they wanted to be, not just housewives and mothers. Despite public outcry on Barbie's unrealistic body and Mattel cooking the books, Barbie is still going strong today. This week we are sponsored by SeatGiant.com and...


No 95: Hamilton The Musical

Hamilton: A sung-and-rapped musical about the life of American Founding Father Alexander Hamilton. It was inspired by the 2004 biography; Alexander Hamilton by historian Ron Chernow. Winner of numerous awards and accolades, although sometimes criticized for it's not quite accurate depiction of the real life of the patriot. We take look into how this was made from a simple mix-tape into the hit Broadway musical. Featured Wine: The Federalist Zinfandel 2014 This week we are sponsored by...


No 94: The Legend Of Zelda

The Legend of Zelda really kicked the RPG game movement into high gear, with it's compelling story lines and quality designs. This game also help to create Nintendo into a household name. The original Zelda was released on a gold cartridge that you could actually save your game on! This was new at the time and a game changer. This week we take a look into what made this game a legend. Featured Beer: Second Self Beer Company’s Triforce. We are sponsored by SeatGiant.com and Podcoin.


No 93: Devo

Devo started out as an art project and turned into one of the most influential bands of the electronic and punk movement. Devo takes its name from de-evolution of the human race. We explore the beginnings of this band formed from the 1970's shooting at Kent State, to graffiti potatoes, to having David Bowie get them a record contract. Q: Are We Not Men? A: No, we are pop culture's most misunderstood band. Special thanks to Paul Csomo of The Varmints Podcast for suggesting this topic. This...


No 92: Game of Thrones

George R.R. Martin's best-selling book series "A Song of Ice and Fire" was brought to the screen by HBO, with no expenses spared. It has become one of the most watched and critically acclaimed TV shows in history. It's the depiction of the quest for control of the Seven Kingdoms of Westeros, and who will sit atop of the Iron Throne. The show is full of violence and nudity and masterful story telling. We travel from book to TV, as we head into the 8th and final season of Game of Thrones.This...


No 91: Sylvester Stallone

Sylvester Stallone aka Rocky, aka Rambo is not only an actor, but a director, screenwriter, and producer as well. His new franchise: The Expendables is currently a huge hit. We take a look into how Sly got his start. We discuss Rambo and Rocky and how they got made...and even why he made porno early in his career. As an added bonus, we mess up a few times and leave all that silly goodness unedited. This episode was definitely a fun ride as JL does his best garbled Stallone impersonation,...


No 90: Conan O'Brien

Conan O'Brien went from awkward writer to awkward talk show host. Not only an awkward talk show host, but a complete unknown awkward talk show host. He took that and turned it into a 25 year plus career with plenty of ups and downs. We go over his rise and fall of hosting the Tonight Show, and his career path to get there. Topic was suggested by Heather. Also, this week we are sponsored by SeatGiant.com. Featured Beer: Marathon's 26.2 Brew


No 89: Friends

Friends was about...well Friends, but beautiful friends in beautiful apartments, and one with a monkey. At least for the first season. The thing that made the show work was the chemistry between the six actors which seemed like they were real Friends in real life. It was often criticized as a Seinfeld ripoff, yet managed to stay in the top 10 shows of it's entire 10 year run. Listen as we learn more about the show. Also, this week we are sponsored by SeatGiant.com. Featured Beer: Sierra...


No 88: Weird Al Yankovic

Weird Al was always a little...well...weird, but it's this weirdness that has given him a successful career in the music industry. While other artists come and go, Weird Al is always around to parody them. We learn how Weird Al got his name, what his career might have been, and the path he took to rise to the top of the billboard 100. Featured Beer: First Magnitude Brewing's Wakulla Hefeweizen


No 87: Tim Burton

Tim Burton is a director, artist, producer, puppeteer, and sometimes actor who is known for his weird, wonderful, and unique vision that Hollywood has come to embrace. His films have touched many and have achieved cult status. We discuss Burton from his rocky start at Disney all the way through his career of memorable and creative characters and films. Featured Beer: Du Claw's Sweet Baby Jesus


No 86: The Ramones

The godfather's of American punk rock with their two minute - three cord songs take over an ailing music scene of the '70s. You may love them or you may hate them, but with songs like Blitzkrieg Bop, Rock 'n Roll High School, and I Wanna Be Sedated, they are staples of alternative radio. We travel back to the inception of The Ramones all the way through their 22 plus career in music. Our show ended up being a train wreck as well as quite fun...just like the Ramones. Gabba gabba hey! Featured...


No 85: Saturday Night Live

Saturday Night Live, at the time of this recording, has been around for 44 seasons and is a comedy institution. It has launched some of the biggest careers in comedy and introduced us to numerous up and coming bands. Whether it be on point in the laugh department or fall completely flat, there is some skit or memory everyone has of this show. It is a huge part of the pop culture landscape. In this episode, we take you back to the beginning, past the first historical cast to how the show came...


No 84: The Podfix MixTape

It's a new year, which means a new you...for about a week, and then just go back to the old you...screw them if they don't like it. In this episode first, we toot our own horn with the stats of the show from 2018. Don't worry, it's a quick tooting. Then we introduce you to all the great shows that The Podfix Network has to offer. Why? Because we are now part of The Podfix Network! *Cue trumpets and half-naked singing angels* We are looking forward to bringing more of the same great nonsense...


No 83: Super Christmas Show

It's that time of year again. It's time to celebrate Christmas/Hanukkah with loved ones, not so loved ones, and strangers dressed in red suits with white trim. This year we celebrate with Google translated Christmas stories and songs, interrupting carolers, and Christmas commercials of the past. This is our last show for 2018 and we would like to thank all of you that supported and listened. We wish you and yours a very merry Festivus and you can keep your damn figgy pudding to yourselves....