Loyal TanakhCast listeners have asked: “Say, hey where did you get that clip of William Shatner…”
Or: “Say, hey, what’s that song that marks the transition between the recap bit and the chatty bit?”
Thus, I have decided to provide a list of “credits” and source all the little clips and snippets from the wonderful world of the Interwebs.
The list begins with the song that marks the transition between the recap bit and the chatty bit or the transition between the chatty bit and the closing bit:
“Alfie” by Lili Allen from her debut studio album, Alright, Still. It can be purchased from iTunes here..
The “Y’all come back now, ya hear” at the end of each broadcast comes from the closing credits of “The Beverley Hillbillies” which can be heard at the end of the episode here.
Episode 1 did not have any samples.
“Twinkle Twinkle” on the xylophone came from here.
Chekov says “This is Vodka” here.
Luis Esquivel’s “Mucha Muchacha” from the album Cabaret Manana can be purchased from iTunes here.
“Silly Rabbit, Trix are for Kids” came from a collection of Trix commercials here.
“Let’s Get Ready to Rumble” by Craziewhite Peckawoods can be purchased from iTunes here.
Mitt Romney says “Corporations are people my friend” here.
Dana Carvey as “Saturday Night Live”‘s Church Lady says “Isn’t that special?” here.
“I Believe” sung by Andrew Rannells from the Book of Mormon soundtrack can be purchased from iTunes here.
William Shatner saying “Spock, are you out of your mind?” was here, but has since been taken down by CBS. :(
The “Whatchu talkin’ bout Willis?” compilation from “Diff’rent Strokes” came from here.
The “Gilligan’s Island” theme came from here.
Bart Simpson says “Noah, save us! …NO!!” in Season 3 Episode 6 entitled “Like Father, Like Clown” here.
The French taunting comes from Monty Python and the Holy Grail here.
Peabody and Sherman head back into “Peabody’s Improbable History” here.
Nigel wonders “What’s wrong with being sexy?” from This is Spinal Tap here.
The London Fanfare Trumpets play their flourish here.
Jeff Spicoli says “You Dick!” to Mr. Hand in Fast Times at Ridgemont High here.
W.C. Fields observes “What a catastrophe!” in Never Give a Sucker an Even Break here.
Biff says “Why don’t you make like a tree and get outta here” to McFly in Back to the Future here.
The theme song from “The Jetsons” came from here.
The “All Time Best Heroic Song” came from here.
Ali G says “Booyakasha!” here.
“Nudge Nudge” from the third Monty Python’s Flying Circus episode “How to Recognise Different Types of Trees From Quite a Long Way Away” came from here.
Heather Locklear says “And so on and so on and so on” in the Faberge Organics Shampoo commercial here.
Charlton Heston says “The Lord of Hosts will do battle for us! Behold his mighty hand!” in a clip from Cecille B. DeMille’s The Ten Commandments here.
“The Haggle” comes from Monty Python’s The Life of Brian here.
Arnold Schwarzenegger needs clothes and offers assistance in clips from Terminator 2: Judgment Day here.
The medical disclaimer from a 2012 Cialis commercial can be heeded here.
“You Bastard!” as exclaimed by John Cleese in “The Restaurant Sketch” from the third Monty Python’s Flying Circus episode, “How to Recognise Different Types of Trees From Quite a Long Way Away” can be enjoyed here.
Mitt Romney reasserts that “Corporations are people my friend” here.
Butters sings “What What in the Butt” in Season 12, Episode 4 of South Park entitled ‘Canada on Strike’ here.
Episode 7: (…which will be go live tomorrow! Spoilers!!)
The rebooted McCoy says “Spock, are you out of your vulcan mind?” here.
Charlton Heston declares his legendary line from Planet of the Apes here.
Jeff Spicoli says “You Dick!” to Mr. Hand in Fast Times at Ridgemont High again here.
Law and Order’s “dun dun” came from here.
Jabba the Hut’s laugh from Return of the Jedi came from here.
Leonard Nimoy sings “The Legend of Bilbo Baggins” here.