Keith Coogan is a face familiar to anyone who grew up watching quality movies of the 80s and 90s. Perhaps most known for his work as Brad in Adventures in Babysitting and Kenny in Don’t Tell Mom The Babysitter’s Dead, Keith Coogan can also be seen remembered for his roles in movies such as Toy Soldiers, Spooner, and Fox and the Hound.
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We had the wonderful opportunity to chat with Keith Coogan about growing up as a child actor and his experiences filming his most notable roles. We also chat with him about a possible Disney+ Adventures in Babysitting series, working with Christina Applegate and Anthony Rapp, following in his grandfather’s legacy, and his iconic wig.
Will the dishes ever be done? Check out our exclusive conversation with Keith Coogan:
Get ready to celebrate 20 years of everyone’s favorite layered ogre! Let’s take a journey to Shrek’s karaoke dance party, where we’ll scream to “hear the roar” and dissect all 6 Shrek movies! Shine your shoes, wipe your face, and strap in for our ogre-sized Retro-Shrek-tive!
We will be talking about the following films: a bird-exploding examination of animal abuse titled 2001’s Shrek; what comes after happily ever after? A show-stopping rendition of “I Need A Hero” and a cute ass cat, it’s Shrek 2; let’s kill the king with more animal abuse since he’s a frog now! It’s Shrek the Third; a reality-twisting midlife crisis drama, Shrek Forever After; Humpty Dumpty and cat jokes—Puss in Boots; and Sutton Foster as an ogre in the disastrous fart Shrek: The Musical.
Read on to listen to the full episode of Throwback Misadventures S1E6: A Shrektrospective:
This week on Throwback Misadventures, join Josh and Noelle as they get duck’d not once, not twice, but three ducking times! Films covered on today’s episode are the Disney classics, 1992’s The Mighty Ducks, 1994’s D2: The Mighty Ducks, 1996’s D3: The Mighty Ducks, and 2021’s new Disney+ series, The Mighty Ducks: Game Changers.
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We rank and discuss all four Mighty Ducks projects, as well as our expectations for forthcoming episodes of Game Changers. Listen to episode 4 of Throwback Misadventures with Josh and Noelle here:
This week, join Josh and Noelle on the latest episode of Throwback Misadventures as they dissect one of the best Disney Channel Original Movies ever made, 2001’s coming-of-age leprechaun comedy, The Luck of the Irish!
Like the film in question, this week is all about celebrating our heritage! We discuss Ryan Merriman’s storied filmography, spill the tea about Irish cooking, debate the ultimate DCOM crush, find out which cast member helped Noelle’s brother get an organ donor, and much more!
Don’t miss a tasty treat right at the top of the show, with a special guest serenading “This Land is Your Land.” Ring in the 20th anniversary of this timeless Disney classic, and celebrate St. Patrick’s Day with us!