Mike, Tommy, and Kevin welcome on Adam F. Goldberg to talk about what’s going on in The Mighty Ducks: Game Changers writer’s room for Season 2. He talks about potential cameos, how fandom changes when you actually get involved in the show, and the best moments of Season 1. He also talks about his 40-page D4: The Mighty Ducks treatment he wrote years ago and why Disney didn’t want to do it at the time.
Executive producers: Elsie Barnett, Bryan Berg, Alex Ybarra, Josh Luecht, Bobby Lemaire, Rabbi Lex Rofeberg, Aaron Davis, Ed Scimia, Alex Vlahos, Joyce Eng, Matt Holtwick, and Nurul Azam.
Producers: Deborah Chen, Jeremiah Bersche, Adam Ferry, Jarrod Beasley, Lisa Wobig, Anthony Gioffre, Jeff Fantus, Stevie Yanks, J.D. Youngblood, Chris Garland, Sarah Mihalopoulos, Dave Dang, Wayne Perkins and Alex Lopez.
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Listen to our previous Adam F. Goldberg episode. It’s a great one. Episode 165.
For those that don’t know Scott Whyte a.k.a. Scooter a.k.a. Gunnar Stahl does a lot of voice over work. We talked with him back in Episode 157.
We talked about Ms. MacKay being a time traveler in Episode 107.
Our Mighty Ducks TV series was laid out in Episode 158, Los Patos Poderosos.
We talked with Brady Noon a few weeks ago in Episode 285, where we promised a Mighty Ducks/Marvel/Star Wars crossover.
Kenan the TV Series was renewed for Season 2.
Thanks to @bberg19 for the #QuackQuestion:
Eddie the Eagle has a surprising 81% on Rotten Tomatoes.
Season 3, Episode 16: Edward ‘Eddie the Eagle’ Edwards.
The synopsis of the episode: When Barry sees underdog Eddie the Eagle in the Olympics, he decides to popularize Ball Ball in order to gain respect at school.
Eddie the Eagle’s real name is Michael Edwards. Barry calls him Edward Edwards.