11 Again


I'm asking people what they were obsessed with as kids. A lot of kids fixate on something, a movie, or game, or book, or whatever. I'm asking friends to revisit the things they couldn’t put down, and trying to figure out what they mean to them now.

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Find Eye of the Duck wherever you subscribe to podcasts and online at: http://EyeOfTheDuckPod.com Follow them on Twitter, Instagram, and Letterboxd.   Eye of the Duck is created, hosted, produced, by Dom Nero and Adam Volerich.


Jun 22

57 min 27 sec

11 Again is taking a summer hiatus! Thank you Stephen for narrating! Music in this episode is from the Album "From the Piano" by Crowander https://freemusicarchive.org/music/crowander/from-the-piano-solo-piano

Jun 1

1 hr 2 min

my brother!!!

May 18

1 hr 16 min

sometimes ya just get a little crush

May 4

51 min 53 sec

Okay This is a song that uh There's a lot of Christmas songs out there and uh not too many Hanukkah songs So uh I wrote a song for all those nice little Jewish kids who don't get to hear any Hanukkah songs Here we go Put on your yarmulke Here comes Hanukkah So much funukah To celebrate Hanukkah Hanukkah is the festival of lights Instead of one day of presents, we have eight crazy nights When you feel like the only kid in town without a Christmas tree Here's a list of people who are Jewish just like you and me David Lee Roth lights the menorah So do James Caan, Kirk Douglas, and the late Dinah Shore-ah Guess who eats together at the Carnegie Deli Bowser from Sha Na Na and Arthur Fonzerelli Paul Newman's half Jewish, Goldie Hawn's half too Put them together, what a fine lookin' Jew You don't need "Deck The Halls" or "Jingle Bell Rock" 'Cause you can spin a dreidel with Captain Kirk and Mr. Spock- both Jewish Put on your yarmulke It's time for Hanukkah The owner of the Seattle Supersonicahs Celebrates Hanukkah O.J. Simpson, not a Jew But guess who is? Hall of famer Rod Carew- he converted We got Ann Landers and her sister Dear Abby Harrison Ford's a quarter Jewish- not too shabby Some people think that Ebenezer Scrooge is Well he's not, but guess who is All three Stooges So many Jews are in showbiz Tom Cruise isn't, but I heard his agent is Tell your friend Veronica It's time to celebrate Hanukkah I hope I get a harmonicah Oh this lovely, lovely Hanukkah So drink your gin and tonicah And smoke your marijuanikah If you really, really wannakah Have a happy, happy, happy, happy Hanukkah Happy Hanukkah

Apr 21

1 hr 8 min

The Manic Pixie Dream Girl is a type of female character often depicted as a whimsical, quirky, sometimes eccentric, fantasy woman who saves the male protagonist from himself. She usually aides in his transformation without ever showing any real agency of her own. You can find Rebecca Seidel on Twitter @BeccaHope24

Apr 13

55 min 48 sec

Not only will we read,,, we will watch!!

Mar 30

1 hr 8 min

You can find Andrea on Twitter @airismile.  She hosted No Script At All An episode-by-episode discussion about the Japanese Netflix reality show Terrace House https://terracehouse.online/ And she currently makes Osusume Podcast, a show about anime. 

Mar 23

1 hr 14 min

Watchlist is:  -  The Armory S01 E07 Race Rock Lighthouse S01 E04 St. Augustine S02 E19 Irish Elemental S03 E06 Episodes we watched were on Dailymotion, but I think there are some on Youtube too

Mar 9

1 hr 3 min

Dom @dominicknero Listen to Eye of the Duck podcast linktr.ee/eyeoftheduckpod Second City TV ran from 1976 to 1984. Here's a list of clips we watched: Half wits - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eTDsJd1l7Aw Michael McDonald recording session - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4JLbhEUE_5U Eugene Levy as Perry Como - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zj5A7W-0zPY Andrea Martin as Perini Scleroso - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zj5A7W-0zPY 5 Neat Guys - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NMjtvSABQ3Q Catherine O’Hara as Katharine Hepburn https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Uoatg0CJxtM John Candy as Divine as Peter Pan https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=knlJOHnr11A Monster Chiller Horror Theater “3D House of Beef” https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iEnCKEfSgUM Great White North (which became the movie “Strange Brew”) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=T0N4APXmVjk Andrea Martin as Edna Boil https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oFuVY2bWDnI Pre Teen World - Recess Monkeys https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZaHfWqmC18A Martin Short as Ed Grimley - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wSOWqSwam8w Liberace’s Christmas Special (with John Candy as Orson Welles) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=J6N8ADDDs0k John Candy as “The Guy With the Snake on his Face” https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dYejdUV170U&t=4s Leave it to Beaver 25th Anniversary https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=M9dKYxkYYXM John Candy as Yellowbelly https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=N_jtsfMU90w John Candy as Babe Ruth https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OQp6gRhHrwM Eugene Levy and John Candy as the Shmenge Brothers https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OQp6gRhHrwM Rick Moranis as George Carlin https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-3j-yE49gvM Martin Short as Jackie Rogers Jr  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WxcClAFZRBI

Mar 2

1 hr 16 min

Patrick's show is called The George Lucas Talk Show! look it up You can watch The Beginning: Making of Star Wars Episode I The Phantom Menace on youtube!

Feb 16

1 hr 39 min

Alanna Okun - Editor for Vox @alanna Part 1 00:00 - 25:00 Part 2 25:08 - 1:07:35

Feb 9

1 hr 7 min

The movie- the musical- the experience!

Feb 2

58 min 8 sec

Mooooonlighting :) jk but we're mostly just chatting about tv shows  Caleb's instagram account is called sludgerudder

Jan 26

36 min 38 sec

Sometimes we read fantasy books we love, and we really don't know why because like what the fuck is happening half the time.

Jan 19

1 hr 2 min

Mona is Sarah's mom :)

Jan 12

1 hr

I'd never read The Clique by Lisi Harrison before, but the idea of the book is not new to me. This episode is about that type of book, the Pretty Little Liars, the What My Mother Doesn't Knows,  the Mean Girls, etc type of book we read at a tender age. 

Jan 5

59 min 59 sec

James Monroe Iglehart, I kid you not, originated the role of Bobby in Memphis, won an Tony for the role of the Genie in Aladdin on Broadway, plays the dual role of Marquis de Lafayette/Thomas Jefferson in the Broadway company of Hamilton, performed in Freestyle Love Supreme, and loves ThunderCats.  He also free-styled a goodbye for me when I stopped working at Marvel, it's on episode #472 of the This Week in Marvel podcast. 

Dec 2020

49 min 16 sec

Reach out to the men in your life and ask them if they're overly romanticizing Goodfellas  And then listen to Other Men Need help, hosted by Mark Pagán. It's an amazingly good podcast https://othermenneedhelp.com/

Dec 2020

54 min 1 sec

My dad's name is Howard https://theworstgarbage.online/

Dec 2020

40 min 58 sec

Ok, this one is actually one of mine too. Just like Callie, I was absolutely obsessed with the Ouran High School Host Club anime, it was one of the first things that really felt like it was mine, not an interest someone else passed down to me. It's on Netflix if ya'll want to watch!

Nov 2020

1 hr 32 min

Matilda, starring and directed by Daniel DeVito. Find Stephen @StephenHilger

Nov 2020

57 min 1 sec

This is a special episode! Since my godmother Yolanda moved to Paris in 2004, my family doesn't get to see her as often. And this podcast is all about having an excuse to hang out with people I love.  We watched the 1974 Freaky Friday and the 2003 Freaky Friday. And then we had a boomer vs millennial battle to the death.  Yolanda's podcast is called The Paris Property Chronicles - https://parispropertychronicles.podbean.com/. Check it out!

Nov 2020

49 min 37 sec

are ya ready kids follow Will LaPorte @walaprat follow 11 again @11againpodcast

Oct 2020

59 min 51 sec

Lauren Shippen is a professional story-teller- The Bright Sessions, a science fiction podcast, is her brainchild. But where did that brain get its start? Apparently with Alonso Cuarón's 1995 film A Little Princess. 

Oct 2020

56 min 28 sec

I read mythology stories incessantly as a kid. Most of the books I loved were the guide-to's and encyclopedias and stuff like that. As far as I can tell, that's not uncommon, and the natural extension of that interest is of course Percy Jackson & the Olympians, a middle-grade greek mythology novel series. Alana Herrnson loves the Percy Jackson & The Olympians series!!! Listen to her defend some puny son of poseidon like she was paid to. 

Oct 2020

1 hr 26 min

BJ Tindal and I went to school together, and he was one of those kids that always seemed like he knew what he wanted to do with his life.  He started playwriting in middle school, but that wasn't all he was writing~~~ my guy was blowing up those Pokémon forums.  If you're interested in reading his fan-fiction, you can find it here: http://www.fanfiction.ws/u/1172594/Bennyj1093

Oct 2020

1 hr 2 min

Ok I know this episode doesn't seem like the good chill time yall were promised but hear me out.  Tucker wanted to talk about the Iraq War, but I think by the time I finished recording and editing the episode, a couple more things were clear. Growing up under any political administration takes its toll and for young kids a lot of that is based off of the messaging and imagery that's circulated over and over again by the government, media, and press.  So this episode is about the impact of that on Tucker's poor young brain, and also since he's a writer, about how important words and phrasing can be, especially for political propaganda! The documentary we watched was pretty interesting as well- it's called The Unknown Know (2013) if anyone is interested in seeing Donald Rumsfeld's creepy smile. 

Sep 2020

46 min 58 sec

Hey Arnold is pretty sad, but that's nice sometimes Song at the end is helGa. by Phony Ppl

Sep 2020

59 min 29 sec

Sex, drugs, jazz, liquor... it's time to watch Chicago and know every line.  Also I don't think we ever clearly explained the plot (sorry!) so here's the wiki summary: Chicago centers on Roxie Hart (Zellweger) and Velma Kelly (Zeta-Jones) two murderesses who find themselves in jail together awaiting trial in 1920s Chicago. Roxie, a housewife, and Velma, a vaudevillian, fight for the fame that will keep them from the gallows.

Sep 2020

1 hr 2 min

I grew up reading Tamora Pierce novels obsessively as a kid, but this show is about my friends and what they liked, so I found someone else who read her books and became friends with them. Elle listened to the audiobooks for The Immortals series a lot with her cousins in the car, but now she has to read them as an adult, and think about them will all the terrifying social critiquing skills she's accumulated over the years. 

Sep 2020

1 hr 29 min

I'm linking up with Andrea Caprotti (No Script At All) to talk about her young love for A Goofy Movie. 

Aug 2020

56 min 49 sec

Mike Schubert (Potterless Podcast) joins me to talk about the 2003 video game that changed it all- Tony Hawk's Underground.  Magic is for nerds!  Be cool! Play skater games!

Aug 2020

50 min 1 sec


Aug 2020

48 min 3 sec

My friend Harry watched the Animaniacs when he was fourteen, and I watched the Animaniacs when I was four, so there's a lot to be communicated across generational lines. We're uncovering who the Warner Bros are, and why they were locked in that water tower for so long. 

Aug 2020

57 min 41 sec

Mariah and I grew up together. We also grew up with The Lord of the Rings. We were so hugely into fantasy as kids we practically invented LARPing. But is LOTR still as tight as we remember? Read more to find out. 

Jul 2020

54 min 21 sec

We've all had that one movie that we woke up early to watch every day before going to school, and for Patrick that was Space Jam. Second only to Who Framed Roger Rabbit, Space Jam takes the stardom of Michael Jordan and pairs it with the Looney Tunes to make a cinematic experience best enjoyed below the age of 12.  Hey look I had a lot of fun watching it, I just think the plain old life and times of Michael Jordan may be a more compelling drama without the Monstars getting involved. 

Jul 2020

47 min 51 sec

Nothing smells like Americana like cracking open an issue of the children's novel series The Baby-Sitters Club. And nothing else smells like Americana than a long history of genocide, colonization, and slavery. But how do you teach children about that? Deena and I read The Baby-Sitter's Club's approach in "Keep Out, Claudia!" to try to figure it all out. 

Jul 2020

52 min 31 sec

I ask my friend Madeleine about the time she wouldn't stop watching the 1992 documentary Titanica. Titanica is about discovering the wreckage of the Titanic at the bottom of the ocean where it rests, plus it inspired James Cameron to turn Leonardo DiCaprio into a teenage hearthrob.  She tells me what she remembers from the movie (which isn't a lot), and then we both go and watch it in order to discover the reason she was obsessed with long underwater shots of rusting metal. 

Jul 2020

51 min 49 sec

My friend Shreshth was a big reader as a kid, he loved some old British stuff and some old Belgian stuff. He particularly gravitated towards kids detective and mystery stories, and no one is as plucky or nosy as young journalist extraordinaire Tintin. Coming from the great Belgian tradition of racism and colonization the Adventures of Tintin have been hugely popular worldwide. And through great luck Shreshth and I both read the comics growing up.  We talk about our memories reading Tintin as kids, and then revisit one of Shreshth's favorites, Tintin in Tibet, to see how Hergé's classics have aged. 

Jul 2020

1 hr 15 min

Much of Sarah's idyllic childhood in South Jersey was apparently spent watching the 1997 Jim Carey film, Liar Liar. In an effort to convince her that Jimmy was indeed a classically handsome leading man in his prime we talk about her memories of the movie, and then re-watch it.

Jul 2020

1 hr 28 min