On the new Rabbit Hole, we welcome our good friend and pop culture blogger, William Bruce West. He lives up to the motto "he's forgotten more than you know" when we jump into the Power Rangers Wikia and he becomes the Zordon to our Rangers. Join us on a journey as we learn that when [...]
To celebrate the madness that is March, the regular Rabbit Holes talk about that one special hole...the basketball goal. They visit basketball.wikia.com which turns out to be one of the worst officiated wikis we've run across. Due to the fast-paced nature of basketball, we try to hit all the pages we brought. Is it a [...]
Our plans to talk about the 18 Coy and Vance episodes of the Dukes of Hazzard have yet again crashed into the ravine. Instead, find out what happens...during the show.
Jonathan DeMuth returns to Down the Rabbit Hole and there's a new twist this episode. Jeff and Jonathan each have to follow their own separate tracks to see who can get to the page for "tricorn" first! Lots of questions are asked and then immediately answered with nonsensical questions in this episode!
Andrew Bloom from the Classic Film Jerks podcast joins Carlin and Jeff for a Christmas-themed episode of our show. Hilarity ensues as we see if we can get from the "Scrooged" page on Wikipedia to "Bethlehem, PA."
Jeeg from "Nerd Lunch Prime" makes his Rabbit Hole debut and we boldly go into new territory with a three-man crew for the first time. We explore the Star Trek Wikia and try to get from Mintakan Leader Nuria to Data's evil brother Lore in less than seven pages. We also play some dom-jot along [...]
It's hole time with BloodyPopcorn.com's Joanna joining the show at we head down the Headhunter's Horror House Wiki and try to get from The Fear: Resurrection to some box that Jeff chose. Oh the box from Hellraiser. I, CT, just don't feel like looking up the spelling. Also in this episode: how to say "Horror"! [...]
Down the Rabbit Hole jumps in on the #NerdLunchSummerReunion fun by reuniting Jeff's old podcast crew from Your Weird. The podcast crew picks some weird links off of Wikipedia.
The Rabbit Hole is joined by comic book writer Christopher Hastings (Gwenpool, Deadpool, Dr. McNinja) and the crew explores the Marvel Wiki in honor of a new Spider-Man movie out this month. Can the crew get from the page for X-51 to Loki in just six jumps? And what's the deal with ROM? Jump on [...]
The Rabbit Hole crew welcome CollectingCandy.com's Jason Liebig to the show. This time, they head back to Wikipedia but add the restriction that they can only use junk food links to get around. This episode is full of sugary goodness!