In this episode Erik, Gene, Ralph, and Jamba take a look at the sitcom"Gilmore Girls"
, a drama centering around the relationship between a thirtysomething single mother and her teen daughter.
Erik, Gene, Chuck, and George discuss what the concept of "Mock Radio"
is all about. That's right, we're looking at "EGG In The Morning"
in this episode beginning with a little talk about Zombie's.
The saying "Remember what happens in Bikini Bottom, stays in Bikini Bottom", may be incredibly important considering the numbers are off. This episode is a tribute to "SpongeBob"
and his friends, with Erik Anderson, Gene Joner, Chuck Rogers.
We'll find out why guitar amps go to 11 on this episode we spend a little time looking at the 1984 rock and roll mock documentary "This is Spinal Tap"
with Erik Anderson, Gene Joner, Erik's mom, and Jamba
This week Gordon Avery joins Erik, Gene, and Zak as they take a look at the highly successful "Powerpuff Girls"
the American animated television series created by animator Craig McCracken.
Men-in-tights! Join Erik, Gene, and Zak look at the action comedy "Batman"
starring Adam West and Burt Ward, which ran from January 12, 1966 – March 14, 1968 and produced 102 episodes.
Spend a little time with Erik and Gene as they look at the American animated series"Johnny Bravo"
created by Van Partible for the Cartoon Network; Johnny Bravo a young muscular beefcake who is quite fond of studying Dutch immigrants.
Erik and Gene look at the "The Tick"
which began as a fictional character created by cartoonist Ben Edlund in 1986 as a newsletter mascot and later spun off into an independent comic book series in 1988.
In this episode of "EGG"
Erik, Gene, Chuck Rogers, and Dr. Rob of Living Hope Industries (not real), join in together in conversation of Good Friday...
We're in the lab this morning, "Dexter's Laboratory"
to be exact. Join Erik and Gene as they introduce two of the newest members of the "EGG In The Morning" family Mamba & Jamba.
Does dysfunctional explain "Seinfeld"
, or the hosts of "EGG"? Join Erik and Gene as they answer those questions and many others on this episode of the show.
In this episode Erik and Gene take a look at"Dr. Strangelove or: How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love the Bomb"
the 1964 black comedy film starring Peter Sellers and George C. Scott.
Zak, Gene, and Erik look at the American animated comedy series created by Mike Judge and Greg Daniels that ran from January of 1997 to May of 2010, the second longest running series on TV.
It's our 50th Episode...and that's right, Erik, Gene, George, and Zak have a party! 'Cause none of us thought that we'd go this long as a show.
"All In The Family"
focused on the life of a working class bigot and his family, and was based on the British television comedy series "Till Death Us Do Part". The show broke ground in its depiction of issues considered unsuitable for U.S. networks.
The Addams Family
is an American television series based on the characters in Charles Addams' New Yorker cartoons. Join Erik, Gene, and George Gomes the "OOKIE Boys" as they look at this satirical inversion of the American family.
Adapted from the 1970 movie of the same name M*A*S*H
, is an American television series developed by Larry Gelbart and was adapted from a 1968 novel about three Army
doctors written by Richard Hooker. Join Erik, Gene, and special guest Jani Schaefer as they look at this comedy hit.
"Marvin the Martian"
made his debut in 1948 in the cartoon "Haredevil Hare". Created by Chuck Jones, Marvin was not only the quietest of the Warner Bros villains but also the most soft-spoken. Join Erik and Gene as they look "Little Martian" that couldn't!