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We continue the Disney Afternoon on Chip & Dale's Rescue Rangers, pedal to a proposal with "Daisy, Daisy," and fire up Rapunzel's Jukebox with a hit from The Hollies. Plus, in the news, Pac-Man: The Musical bombs when the cast gets distracted trying to gobble up spilled popcorn in the audience.
We kick off a three-episode series dedicated to the Disney Afternoon, starting with Uncle Scrooge in Duck Tales. Plus we say Open Sesame with Ali Baba and the 40 Thieves, check out "Free Wee Willy" in the theater, and attend Wile E. Coyote's physics lecture at MIT (where he turned down the honorary degree, since it was downgrade from "Super Genius").
It's even MORE Rapunzel's Jukebox music, as Andrew Mitchell returns with parody hits from Sawyer Brown, the Cyrkle, Del Shannon, Diamond Rio, and Trisha Yearwood.
We're back with our second, all-music special. Andrew Mitchell joins us as we relive our favorite parody songs from the past year, plus debut a brand new song, as we rewrite an Everly Brothers classic into "Wake Up Sleeping Beauty." (Part 1 of 2)
It's a potpourri of funny stuff, as we head to Gilligan's Island, learn more than you want to know about fairy tale pies, and try a Broadway-based Before and After as Star Wars gets its own musical - the Phantom Menace of the Opera. We'll also tackle the Hokey Pokey, and check the news, where Rapuzel gets busted as a fraud ... by the folks from Mathnet.
It's Go Go Gadget Podcast on our crime-fighters special, as we relive Inspector Gadget, try to avoid my dad's fate in sleeping through Dick Tracy (three times), and order some pizza with the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles. Plus Impossible Foods corners the coyote dining market with a new plant-based Road Runner, and Rapunzel's Jukebox finally gives Little Tommy Tucker his own song.
The Tournament of Disney Rides crowns its winner. Plus we relive the story of Corduroy, climb the clock with Hickory Dickory Dock, and check out Captain Nemo's new buddy comedy, "Rub-a-Dub-Dub, Three Men in a Sub." Plus, Rapunzel's Jukebox tackles Del Shannon's "Runaway."
The Tournament of Disney Rides reaches the finals, plus we'll investigate the ridiculous extra verses of Old Mother Hubbard, create "Little Red Robin Hood," and check in on Guy Smiley's new hosting job.
The Tournament of Rides has reached the Speedy 16 - we've got updates and "expert" analysis. Plus we'll have some baguettes with Remy from Ratatouille, try not to melt with Frosty the Snowman, and check out Peloton's new in-home Flying Carpet just in time for Christmas. Plus, Rapunzel's Jukebox returns as Andrew Mitchell tackles a hit from The Cyrkle!
The Tournament of Disney Rides presented by World of Walt debuts, Scrooge picks the wrong Sleep Number and has a rough night in a Christmas Carol, and learn how to trust your fairy tale investments to the folks at Gold-In-Sacks.
Time to enchant your brooms (and possibly flood the basement) with the Sorcerer's Apprentice, get robbed (and possibly flood the basement) with the Wet Bandits from Home Alone, check out your best Fairy Tale Typos, and tackle some 90's country on Rapunzel's Jukebox.
We'll load up the wagon and travel the Oregon Trail, sit down with Little Miss Muffet, and call Crime Stoppers on Tom, Tom, The Piper's Son. We'll also have "Mulan Rouge" in a movie before-and-after, and Eeyore: The Musical debuts on Broadway.
The votes are tallied! Find out if Maleficent or Scar has prevailed (by just 6 votes!!!) to win our Tournament of Villains and the Title of the Baddest of All-Time. We'll claim the tower with Tangled, take off our shoes with This Little Piggy, and learn about Santa's new energy efficient plan to give Rudolph a Compact Fluorescent Nose. Plus, Rapunzel's Jukebox is back with a Andrew Mitchell Masterpiece tackling the Beatles.
The Tournament of Disney Villains has reached is final two, and our less-than-expert panel is back to break it down. Plus, we'll take flight with Dumbo, head to the Before-and-After movies with "Batman and Robin Hood," and get our taxes down with Captain Hook's tax experts, H&R Croc.
We've whittled our Baddest of All-Time Villains Tournament down to the Foul Four, complete with more tongue and cheek analysis from our panel. Plus, take a visit to Willy Wonka's factory, learn about Curious George's arrest for chasing weasels in the news, and rock out to "Bad Bad Captain Hook" on Rapunzel's Jukebox.
The top seeds join the fray as our Tournament of Villains hits the Evil Eight. Then we'll check on Little Tommy Tucker's search for cutlery, mashup "Sleeping Beauty and the Beast" (including terrifying new villain "Malefiston of the Magic Biceps"), learn of David Copperfield's Made-for-TV escape from Rapunzel's Tower, and dial up and Emperor's New Clothes tune on Rapunzel's Jukebox.
Tune in for the first round of our new Tournament of Villains, including tongue-in-cheek analysis from our "expert" panel, then cast your votes for the baddest of the bad. (The first round matchup of #3 seed Captain Hook vs. the Queen of Hearts looks like a barn burner.) We'll also take a look at Peter and the Wolf, learn about Gonzo's win on America's Got Talent, and rev up Rapunzel's Jukebox as Andrew Mitchell puts a Sinatra twist on "Pride Rock, Pride Rock."
We'll slurp up the spaghetti with Lady and the Tramp, investigate Mary Had a Little Lamb with Henry Ford (seriously), and search the eBaby listings where Donald Duck is selling a collection of pants (apparently unused). We'll also try another movie before-and-after with 'A Few Good Men in Tights,' and check in on Humpty Dumpty's new partnership with Aflac.
We'll fight off the summer construction on the Yellow Brick Road to go see the Wizard, check out the world of fairy tale Sheriffs, and check the latest "news" including Dumbo signing to fly in circles at Busch Gardens as a free agent. Andrew Mitchell is back with another Rapunzel's Jukebox song, as Dion meet the Tortoise and the Hare in "Runaround You."
We're back with another special edition, and it's all commercials! But don't worry, these are the good kind of commercials — all of the commercials we've done for our made-up fairy tale sponsors, plus the stories behind them. They're all here, from the Harry Potty series of toilet training books to your chance to get matched with Wee Willie Winkie on the "Heaps of Frogs" fairy tale dating site, and from the personal injury lawyer to the fairy tale stars (he got Humpty Dumpty $500K) to Stone Cold Snow White's appearance at Wrestlemania.
Load up your umbrellas and fly off to England, as we check out Mr. Banks' online review of Mary Poppins' nannying skills (spoiler: he's not impressed). We'll meet everyone from Mr. Noisy to Little Miss Happy, find out about Sheriff Woody's tough re-election campaign against Barney Fife, and see if we can make "I'm Henry the Eighth, I Am" even sillier with a new parody song on Rapunzel's Jukebox.
It's a special edition of Not Your Mother's Goose, highlighting all the hilarious parody songs from the show, plus an interview with show singer Andrew Mitchell (where we learn that he is actually the son of "King Kazoo"). We've also got a brand new song to complete our Beach Boys tandem, as we've turned Little Deuce Coupe into a tune about Little Bo Peep and her fellow fairy tale shepherds.
We'll answer all your questions about 101 Dalmatians, including whether Cruella's clueless henchmen might have been related to the Wet Bandits from Home Alone. Then we'll try to figure out whether it's Old McDonald or Old MacDonald, take a closer look at Tom Thumb and Thumbelina, and head to Wrestlemania where Stone Cold Snow White drops the Candy Apple Catnap on Ronda Rowsey and The Rock battles Gaston. Plus Rapunzel's Jukebox tackles the Beach Boys, as Cinderella has Fun Fun Fun 'til its midnight and it all goes away.
We start with the granddaddy of all fairy tales, as we load up the pumpkin for a carriage ride with Cinderella. Then we'll bust into the bears house with Goldilocks, bake with the Little Red Hen, and listen a group of "real" people frantically try to tell Jack and the Beanstalk with no time to think through how the story goes. We'll also meet the world's premiere fairy tale personal injury lawyer (he got Humpty Dumpty $500k), and fire up Rapunzel's Jukebox for a Rick Roll.
We'll get the ins and outs of Alice and Wonderland by checking out Alice's, uh, "Wikipedia" page, learn that the Bremen Town Musicians were actually and animal-based Neighborhood Watch that didn't make it to Bremen (who knew?), and snooze with Rip Van Winkle. Real Disney blogger Herb from "World of Walt" makes a guest appearance with some definitely not real Disney news, and NBC reboots The Golden Girls in the world of fairy tales.
The Big Bad Wolf returns to wreak havoc on the Three Little Pigs, Mowgli tours the animal kingdom in the Jungle Book, and we'll find England a new king via the Sword in the Stone. We'll also have some stone soup, check out Paul Bunyan's new Big and Tall Shop, and get the Little Red Hen some "Help" with Andrew Mitchell on Rapunzel's Jukebox.
It's tower time - we'll climb the stairs with Rapunzel and try to spin up some gold with the miller's daughter in Rumpelstiltskin. Try to get a good snooze with the Princess and the Pea, but if you can't sleep, you'll be able to fire up your phone and scroll through Humpty Dumpty's Facebook News Feed.
It's a nap-friendly episode, with both Snow White and Sleeping Beauty snoozing along. Then we'll learn about John Henry, walk to grandma's with Little Red Riding Hood, and take a crash course in how to give-a-dog-a-bone with a Masterclass in Knick Knack. Finally, Andrew Mitchell returns on Rapunzel's Jukebox, with a folksy ode to the bad guys called 'Will Villains Ever Win?"
Join us under the sea to hear the real story about the Little Mermaid, or above ground to revisit the Fox the Hound, or in the sky to connect with the true Aladdin. Plus, hear about Little Red Riding Hood's new movie deal and other news you can't use.
Connect with the couch potato physique of Beast (as in Beauty & the Beast), follow the Hansel and Gretel breadcrumb trail, hear an update on Georgie Porgie's season of the Bachelor, and revisit the seemingly impossible feat of the cow jumping over the moon.
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