The Captain and Casey Show

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  • 2004
  • 7 Seasons
  • 8.0  (34)

The Captain and Casey Show was a skateboarding show aired on FUEL TV in 2004. The show featured the professional skateboarder Chris Pastras, also known as "Captain Corporate" or "The Captain," and his co-host Casey Niccoli, a longtime skateboard enthusiast and artist, discussing everything related to skate culture.

The format of the show consisted of various segments, from interviews with other professional skateboarders to music videos featuring skateboarding footage. The show also tackled other themes, such as fashion, art, and lifestyle, that were relevant to the skateboarding community.

One of the most distinctive features of The Captain and Casey Show was the interaction between Chris and Casey. They had great chemistry on-screen and complemented each other perfectly. Chris was the diplomatic and business-savvy host who would often steer the conversation towards the business side of skateboarding, while Casey was the passionate and creative counterpart who provided insights into the aesthetic and cultural aspects of the sport.

Another strength of the show was the variety of guests it featured. The Captain and Casey Show managed to attract some of the most prominent figures in the skateboarding world, from legendary skaters such as Tony Hawk and Steve Caballero to up-and-coming talents. The guests would often share their experiences, offer advice, and discuss their opinions on various topics related to skateboarding.

In addition to the interviews, the music videos were another highlight of the show. The Captain and Casey Show featured a diverse selection of music genres, from punk rock to hip-hop. The videos showcased not only the featured song but also impressive skateboarding tricks from professional skateboarders. The show also incorporated viewer-submitted skate videos as part of its programming, giving aspiring skateboarders a chance to showcase their skills on a national platform.

The production values of The Captain and Casey Show were impressive for its time. The show was shot in high-definition, which was still a relatively new format at the time, and featured professional editing and graphics. The show also incorporated a lot of on-location footage, highlighting different skate spots around the country. The visual and audio quality of the show, combined with the hosts' charismatic personalities, made The Captain and Casey Show stand out from other skateboarding shows of its time.

Overall, The Captain and Casey Show was a vibrant and exciting addition to the skateboarding culture in the early 2000s. The show showcased the diversity and creativity of the sport, and its hosts were great ambassadors for skateboarding. The Captain and Casey Show helped to bring the skateboarding community together and to popularize the sport among a broader audience. The show was, and still is, a great source of inspiration and entertainment for skateboarders and fans of skate culture everywhere.

The Captain and Casey Show is a series that is currently running and has 7 seasons (92 episodes). The series first aired on July 28, 2004.

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Horrible Horror
13. Horrible Horror
March 27, 2010
The Captain and Casey Show's 'Horrible Horror' episode features special guests Heath Kirchart, Jeremy Klein, and Omar Salazar. There's a maniac Captain on the loose and no one gets out alive...
Financial Crisis
12. Financial Crisis
March 20, 2010
The Captain and Casey Show attempts to solve the riddle of the financial crisis with help from special guest Javier Nunez. Javier rolls through on his expensive toy and teaches the boys how to diversify their stupidity.
Space Oddity
11. Space Oddity
March 12, 2010
The Captain and Casey Show blasts off to the far corners of the universe with co-pilot Kevin Long as they bring you footage from Chile, Miami, and the Photon Lightboards Headquarters. This episode is more fun than a fart in a space suit.
Mariano's Restaurant
10. Mariano's Restaurant
March 5, 2010
Captain and Casey break bread with skateboard legends Guy Mariano, Gabriel Rodriguez, Rudy Johnson, and Paulo Diaz. C&C Travel Log goes to a Girl Demo in Sacramento, Papa Jacks Skatepark, and we witness the skate wizardry of Joe Herbert.
9. Underdeveloped
February 26, 2010
The Captain and Casey try their hand at photography with a little help from Mike Blabac. Super model Courtney poses as we watch Kelly Hart skate around his neighborhood, a Vans trip to Montana, and the United "Secret" Skatepark.
Holiday Day
8. Holiday Day
February 19, 2010
It's The Captain and Casey Show Holiday Extravaganza! We don't have time to celebrate every holiday individually, so we did them all at once. Special guest Jason Dill slides down the chimney to hide some Easter Eggs and check out the New jersey Skate Park with Chris Nieratko, as well take a trip to the Griswald Family Jam and much more.
A Touch of Class
7. A Touch of Class
February 13, 2010
The Captain and Casey Show get oh-so sophisticated in this classy episode. Sir Damian Bravo showcases his footage and samples some bubbly as we view the fanciful exploits of Captain and Casey at the Battle of the Berg contest. Cheerio.
C&C 7 Network News
6. C&C 7 Network News
February 6, 2010
Captain and Casey try their hand at reporting in this action-packed news episode. Anchorman Matt Beach reports on the Back to the Banks contest, the Ezekiel team's northwest trip, and some classic Joey Brezinski footage.
Office Space
5. Office Space
January 29, 2010
Massimo Cavedoni and Justin Brock stop by, but get sidetracked by the secretary when The Captain and Casey Show breaks into the corporate world and open their own office space.
Captain and Casey Island
4. Captain and Casey Island
January 22, 2010
In this Gilliganesque episode, Captain has some fun in a boat with Ginger and Marianne while Casey interviews the inventor of "The Squirm Board" live via satellite, while stranded on a deserted Island.
Skate Deli
3. Skate Deli
January 15, 2010
Captain and Casey open a deli with one of the hottest butchers in town and Brandon Biebel stops in for a sandwich and shows the kids at home some of his Lakai footage.
2. D.I.Y.
January 9, 2010
The Captain and Casey do-it-yourself episode shows the kids at home that skateboarding and power tools go together like peanut butter and jelly. Special guests, Zerred Basset and Brandon Westgate, stop by and drop a hammer on Captain's toe.
Chef Boyaryou Ugly
1. Chef Boyaryou Ugly
January 10, 2010
The Captain and Casey Show cooks up a feast of skateboarding goodies on this culinary episode. We show the kids at home P-Rods private training facility, Dan Nepscha, and Manny Mania in NYC as well as special guest Eli Reed.
Where to Watch The Captain and Casey Show
The Captain and Casey Show is available for streaming on the FUEL TV website, both individual episodes and full seasons. You can also watch The Captain and Casey Show on demand at Amazon Prime.
  • Premiere Date
    July 28, 2004
  • IMDB Rating
    8.0  (34)