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Zetus Lepetus: A Mammoth Club Original Podcast
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Zetus Lepetus: A Mammoth Club Original Podcast is hosted by Molly, Alan, and Max. Each episode features a detailed breakdown and discussion of the wild world of Disney Channel Original Movies, or DCOMs, chronologically.
A Ring of Endless Light
Molly, Alan, and Max follow the adventures of Marissa Coop... uh... Vicky as she navigates a love triangle on an isolated island with the help of her grandfather and telepathic dolphins. Wow, that was an odd sentence to write.
Gotta Kick It Up!
Molly, Alan, and Max explore the multi-cultural dance exploits of a middle school dance team as they transform from dreadful to... somehow national level talent.
Get a Clue
Molly, Max, and Alan follow Lexy and her fellow fashionable super sleuths as they work to unravel the mystery gripping their entire school and, by extension, the upper east side of New York City.
Max, Molly, and Alan follow the filmmaking adventures of Tru as she documents the life of her twin brother Eddie and how he navigates the world with his disability.
Molly, Alan, and Max follow Kelly as she is uprooted from her city life to be placed in a military school run by her father "Sir," and discuss her attempts to maintain her ideals and individuality.
In this based on a true story DCOM, Max, Molly, and Alan follow the athletic pursuits of Heidi and Heather, a pair of twins who ditch their short-lived volleyball dreams in pursuit of a sport they've never actually played: basketball.
'Twas the Night
Molly, Alan, and Max unpack the familial trauma and technological shenanigans of Nick Wrigley and his nephew Danny as they attempt to save (or steal) Christmas.
Halloweentown II: Kalabar's Revenge
In their return to Halloweentown, Max, Molly, and Alan explore the consequences of revealing deep family secrets to strangers with roses.
The Poof Point
Max, Molly, and Alan explore the time hijinks of Eddie and Marie as they attempt to manage the teenage antics of their parents.
Molly, Max, and Alan follow the journey of Michael and Tommy, along with their new friend Jake Hunter as they attempt to thwart pirates and escape a deserted island.
The Jennie Project
Molly, Max, and Alan explore the (dramatic?) antics of a chimp named Jennie and the impact she has on the Archibald family, specifically their father Hugo.
Jett Jackson: The Movie
Molly, Alan, and Max discuss the double-life-switcheroo of the famous Jett Jackson and his (apparently real) counterpart Silverstone. Oh, and Jett misses prom. Bummer.
In this wild episode, Molly, Alan, and Max discuss what could have been if only the writers had followed the more well thought out plot points they established instead of what we got: a possessed dog from the abyss.
The Luck of the Irish
Molly, Alan, and Max explore their heritage... as well as Kyle Johnson's, who also happens to be a leprechaun!
Contending with the worst villain they have ever faced, misogyny, Molly, Alan, and Max discuss Andrea's fight to compete in her brother's place to secure a sponsorship to keep Carson Racing afloat.
Zenon: The Zequel
Molly, Alan, and Max revel in the return to the Spay-Stay as they watch Zenon attempt to circumvent the decay of her beloved home by... finding aliens?
The Ultimate Christmas Present
Molly, Alan, and Max discuss Allie's narcissistic personality traits and her crusade to cause a snow day so she can escape writing a creative writing paper for school and, instead, causing a meteorological disaster.
Phantom of the Megaplex
Molly, Alan, and Max struggle with their own Phantom of Zetus Lepetus as they discuss the corporate ladder climbing Pete and his attempt to manage a movie premiere despite a series of shenanigans.
Mom's Got a Date with a Vampire
In an educational episode (for one of the MAM crew), Molly, Alan, and Max discuss the risky antics of a horror loving Adam and the potential impacts of a union between their mother and a vampire.
The Other Me
In this philosophical episode, Molly, Alan, and Max consider the arguments for nature versus nurture as they explore why the clone called Twoie is just all-around better than his original human, Will Browning.