Leadership educators are constantly looking for new pedogological tools to enhance their leadership teaching. As principles of andragogy state, students learn and integrate knowledge into their life when connections can be made to something tangible they have experienced (Knowles, Holton, & Swanson (1998). Because of the integration of popular culture and media into students’ lives, using these mediums is an effective way to teach leadership. In the fall of 2007, The Journal of Leadership Education announced a call for submissions for a special issue on the use of popular culture in leadership education. This special issue was intended to foster not only the application and teaching tools for popular culture, but also to further the theoretical framework for this pedagogical approach (using popular culture to teach leadership.)

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