Some of the best TV theme songs and intros have the power to take you back greatest moments in TV. They get stuck in our heads so we hum out the songs and forever remember fondly these shows years after the series finished. While there are so many amazing TV theme songs out there, there are some stand outs that rise above the rest! Join Tuong La as he assembles the A-Team of ‘co-host wannabes’ Leslie Cserepy, Angus MacDonald, and Samantha Leggatt as they do the impossible and rank what the best TV theme songs are.
Improv Embassy’s Head Honcho Chris takes a blue pill and joins Angus and Leslie as they learn about the dying wishes of Optimus Prime, bring violent gangs together with the power of love, and see a young Angus take the Voight-Kampff Test.
We survived 2017!
Happy new year PodCavern friends! Last year was quite the ride (to say the least) of wild ups and downs. Somewhere in all that chaos, video games decided to have one of the best year of releases and we’re here today to celebrate that! Join Tuong La and gaming nerds Ethan Howieson, Tyler Furness, and Kevin Wiler as we deliberate on the best video games that came out in 2017.
Improv Embassy’s Character Queen Deborah Ring takes a magic carpet ride with hosts Leslie and Tuong as they have a guys night out in Agrabah, learn about the Jobs family legacy, and lend a desperate prisoner a “really good” banjo.
Merry Christmas you filthy animals!
On part 2 of our holiday themed episodes, we grab a nice cup of cocoa and put on our ugliest sweaters to decide once and for all what the best things to watch on Christmas are. Join Tuong “Gruber” La, Kristine “The Elf Dentist” Shadid, Chelsea “The Red Nosed” Fahey, and Taylor “The Abominable Snowmonster” Fleming as we ride our magical Christmas sleigh into the last Top 5 episode of 2017!
Season’s greetings PodCavern friends! On part 1 of our 2017 Christmas themed episodes of Ranked, Tuong La and Santa’s Elves Laura Gordon, Samantha Leggatt, and Colleen Wang gather around the fireplace ,with a nice cup of holiday wine, to decide once and for all what is the most worthy thing to go into a giant Christmas sock.