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The J&C Show “School in a Nutshell” is a show about school. At a lot of times it will make fun of subjects and/or school in general. The show is features two guys experienced in what school is like and have many anecdotes and views to share. To give you a better idea of the show and us in general, think of Good Mythical Morning and its hosts. That is honestly the best way to put it.
 
“LET'S SHOOT! with PETE CHATMON" is a podcast on directing for anybody that’s, quite simply, ever watched anything. Pete Chatmon converses with a wide range of fellow directors, writers, actors, showrunners, producers, executives, and more on a journey to determine just what makes a good director and why we’ll always need stories... *Visit Pete's production co. and get your merch! www.drctr.video *Watch On YouTube! https://bit.ly/37iekw1
 
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From a masturbation chart posted in their college apartment to the extent of the physical relationship with their wives pre-marriage, listen to R&L talk about how they navigated through purity culture during their college years and throughout their engagement on this third episode of Sextember! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices…
 
You better not. From a message on Rhett’s bedroom ceiling to meetings out in the Walmart parking lot, listen to R&L talk about their sexual experience during their teenage years while growing up in purity culture on the second episode of the Sextember miniseries! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices…
 
From your favorite Ear Biscuits moments to how the podcast may have influenced your life, R&L are celebrating 300 episodes by engaging with your submitted voicemails. Thank you for the ongoing conversation, and thank you for helping shape Ear Biscuits into what it is today! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices…
 
From albums that have influenced their own music to albums that evoke memories of long distance relationships and California drives, R&L count down their top 10 favorite albums of all time in this episode of Ear Biscuits! Also be sure to check out our playlist with a song from each of these albums on the Rhett and Link Spotify account! Learn more a…
 
From their husband’s worst trait to the moment when they knew he was the “one” for them, the Mythical wives reveal all in this survey. Listen to R&L look at their answers for the first time and find out what their wives really think about them on this episode of Ear Biscuits! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices…
 
How do you shoot the Internet’s most-watched daily show without a studio and without a crew? With COVID-19 came a slew of production challenges that required some major production changes within Mythical Entertainment that has ultimately led to growth even during this pandemic. Listen to R&L discuss how Mythical navigated through these unprecedente…
 
Writing "The Russian Specialist" for Dolph Lundgren was a great break, but it wasn’t until Bryan began writing novels and comics like "7 Days From Hell", "Batman and The Outsiders", and ‘Chariot’ that his career took off. Just this week came the announcement of his "Bitter Root" adaptation, to be directed by Regina King. On this episode, Bryan join…
 
A dirty skylight, a shower wand, and a shower window were the ingredients to success in Link’s latest shower adventure. Additionally, the guys discuss debatable topics such as Nesquik powder or chocolate syrup, whether to close blinds slat up or down, and whether it’s grosser to borrow your friend’s toothbrush or your partner’s toothbrush in this e…
 
Spencer Garrett may have “grown up in the green room” but he is still perfecting his craft with each new performance from "Star Trek" and "Insecure" to "Once Upon a Time In Hollywood". On this episode, Spencer joins Pete to discuss his most memorable turning points, the challenge of manufacturing moments when auditioning, why you should always be o…
 
Are you the only child who always gets your way? Or maybe you’re the forgotten middle child? Listen to R&L discuss some of the most common sibling stereotypes as they relate it to their own experiences both as they grew up and as parents in this episode of Ear Biscuits! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices…
 
On this special Craft Episode, Pete reviews a presentation he put together in 2011 that describes the five stages of production and their guiding principals. With commentary based on what he's learned over the past ten years, Pete discusses the demands on Directors, being honest and using motivation driven direction with talent, recommended reading…
 
Originally from Chicago, Carl Seaton learned lessons as an indie filmmaker that have become his biggest superpower as a television Director ("Snowfall", "Batwoman", "The Chi", and more.) On this episode, Carl and Pete get together to discuss their most memorable Murphy’s Law moments, the keys to shadowing a Director on set, the importance of reinve…
 
In an industry built upon long hours and cramped quarters, one of the most important things you can do to prepare for your career is to become the ultimate “dinner guest.” On this episode, Mike joins Pete to talk about how he got his first credit as a cinematographer (in the days before "Mythic Quest" and "You're The Worst",) the logistics that go …
 
Directing may seem like a simple task at first glance, but understanding the behind the scenes work that goes into mastering a creative position is a major step when it comes to success in the craft. In this special Business Episode, Pete Chatmon discusses what Directors make, the expenses Directors incur in order to present themselves professional…
 
What’s a surprising object that’s revolutionized your everyday life? From clever gadgets to everyday items, Rhett and Link discuss some of the things that they just can’t live without on this episode of Ear Biscuits! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoicesBy Mythical & Ramble
 
When I started ITPNT, it dawned on me that I wanted the show to end when I got vaccinated. With my vaccination appointment in sight, and an incredible story of how I brought friends and family together for a silly monster movie, the stars aligned for this to be our final episode. The atmosphere is more relaxed than usual, consider this our "post-Go…
 
After putting together fun family performances at a young age, it didn’t take long for Nzingha Stewart to realize that she could turn her favorite pastime into a full-time career. On this episode, Nzingha sits down with Pete to discuss how she got her start as a music video director for artists including Jay-Z, the importance of not only branding y…
 
Our guest Jordan Morris is one of the hosts of Jordan Jesse Go!, one of the most influential and long-lasting comedy podcasts ever! His story ‘Bubble’ (which started as a podcast) is also available for pre-order as a graphic novel and is currently being made into a film treatment. We talk about that story along with his new hobby of running, the im…
 
After spending three seasons in the NFL as a wide receiver, Matthew was able to identify the skills learned, and apply them throughout his journey into the entertainment industry. In this episode, Matthew A. Cherry joins Pete to discuss the time he used his lunch breaks to write over 120 music video treatments, being mentored by three of the bigges…
 
This week Michael begins the episode by regaling listeners with an awful date story and guest Brian has a tale of his own. From there, the discussion turns to dating in general, sports, and the main feature of this episode: Our top five favorite podcasts. If you want to spoil the choices for yourself the lists will be below. A podcast episode about…
 
School lunches, sleepovers, Saturday morning cartoons. The list goes on as R&L discuss some of the things from their childhood that they would want to bring back on this nostalgia-filled episode of Ear Biscuits! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoicesBy Mythical & Ramble
 
Our guest this week is Rita Amos, Michael's real life boss! This episode is all about the "Friday the 13th" franchise, which Michael checked out at Rita's insistence. As the episode goes on, it becomes clear that Michael likes the series for very different reasons than most fans. We also talk about the house projects Rita has tackled while quaranti…
 
Rowan Smith is a connoisseur of bizarre, cult cinema. He and Michael chat about the weirdest movies they’ve watched recently which include the kickboxing epic, “Iron Thunder” and the cult-horror classic“Spookies!” The main crux of the episode, however, is the both of them crafting their own Top 5 Best/Worst/Weirdest Youtube videos and sharing them …
 
This week's guest is another one of Michael's very best and oldest friends - Chris Chomiuk. Chris has recently returned home to Minneapolis and has many great stories to tell from his time in South Kourea and Savannah, Georgia. Michael asks him how he's adjusting to life back home on this super bowl Sunday. We also find out what led to Chris joinin…
 
This week's guest is Rivkah Reyes. Rivkah is skilled at many things, but the thing they do not get enough credit for is being a bagel expert. We talk about Mercury being in Retrograde, how the film industry and parents can better help child actors, and Rivkah's catchy and comedic songs! Also, Michael finally found someone else who loves the Musical…
 
Guilt, loss, hardships. Link describes 3 specific experiences in the past year since his spiritual deconstruction and how he faced these trials of faith now that he has left the Evangelical church in this episode of Ear Biscuits. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoicesBy Mythical & Ramble
 
Today we have Sean William Brown, author of “Dear Customer” and “Wal-Mart: I Don’t Belong Here” to discuss his role of being a retail worker defender. Sean reached out to Michael after he reviewed his book and addresses some of Michael’s criticisms. We also chat about creepy customers, the difference between a Barnes & Noble Café and a Starbucks, a…
 
It's been a full year (and what a year it has been) since the guys have unveiled their spiritual deconstruction stories. Listen to Rhett's one year follow-up as he discusses how he processed the year that was 2020 post-deconstruction and where he's at now spiritually in this episode of Ear Biscuits! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastch…
 
This week we’re delighted to be talking to John LeMay, the author of many great books ("The Real Cowboys & Aliens: Old West UFOs", "Writing Japanese Monsters", "The Big Book of Giant Japanese Monster Movies: The Lost Films") that have helped Michael get through quarantining as well as the proprietor of the Lost Films Fanzine. This Fanzine was actua…
 
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