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Audio Mullet

Audio Mullet is a podcast about things that may have gone out of fashion but are eternally cool. Mike Nelson (MST3K/Rifftrax), Doug TenNapel (Earthworm Jim / Catscratch) and Ethan Nicolle (Axe Cop/Bearmageddon) get together every week to have a conversation about something out of style. They also talk about other things like their dads. old jobs, and occasionally a fart story. Find more about audiomullet and listen to bonus content at www.audiomullet.com

Oct 13, 2019

Author, Babylon Bee writer, and excellent Twitter follow Frank J. Fleming joins Doug TenNapel and Ethan Nicolle to discuss the unpopular idea that fairness is not achievable, and government often makes it worse because by necessity, a government enforcing fairness must put people in unfair positions of power. It's...


Oct 6, 2019

In another episode without Mike, Doug proposes that every atheist argument against Christianity is a straw man argument. We put this test to an article from Atheist Alliance International proclaiming 8 reasons Christianity is false. After that, the Jonah Goldberg rule of amoral dog crap eating is discussed. What's the...


Sep 29, 2019

Progress, tribalism, open-mindedness... these terms often imply a moral, but in and of themselves they are amoral. Ethan and Doug discuss some of the most commonly used amoral words and phrases used by culture today. After that, we talk about fast food - our must-haves and can't-stands.


Sep 22, 2019

Doug and Ethan don't even acknowledge the absence of Mike. Instead, they answer three topic requests from Twitter. We talk about going to church and how it's hard to find good teaching. We also talk about cynicism and sarcasm and when does it go too far? Lastly, we talk about writing characters. All answers are...


Sep 15, 2019

In this episode of Audio Mullet, Doug TenNapel (Earthworm Jim) and Ethan Nicolle (Axe Cop) talk about their unlikely career paths from two guys living in tiny towns drawing in their bedrooms, to working in Hollywood and getting paid to make stuff up. We do our best not to skip steps so that listeners can get an A to B...