This is in some ways the most effed-up thing that I’ve seen today.
Sugar, Sugar, The Archies
I suppose that I should be grateful for that.
One advantage of being old is that I actually got to see this when it first aired on a Saturday morning.
Okay, it’s a very small advantage.
Cannot be unseen.
In other news, latest Laundry Files is out today. On my kindle, but I haven’t had a chance to read any yet…
“Pour your sugar on me”? So Def Leppard stole from the Archies?
The only thing that bothers me is at the end they use canned applause *for a cartoon*.
Darin, what kind were they supposed to use?
When I was a kid, I would try to watch to see if they were “really” playing their instruments…on a cartoon…*sigh*
I’ve gotten much smarter since then, I promise.
Ah, yes, Bubble Gum pop. Here’s Yummy yummy yummy (I’ve Got Love in my Tummy), as performed on an episode of Monty Python’s Flying Circus (this was the “How Not To Be Seen” episode, hence the crates)
I have to agree with that one dude: Who watches Monty Python with subtitles?
We apologize for the fault in the subtitles. Those responsible have been sacked.
Say what you will about his politics, but as the above video profusely illustrates, Mike Huckabee certainly knows his way around the Fender bass guitar.
Bubblegum Pop is awesome. Thatisall.
Little trivia: The Archies were created so that Don Kirschner could prove to the Monkees that he was the hit maker, not them. This was intended as a Monkees song, had the Monkees not revolted.
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