The Beatles

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*[[Summer Short Shorts]] and [[Limozeen Live! (practice)]] — Brain Sister's lyrics "Well she was only twenty-seventeen, she was a low res beauty queen" and "Th'all think you know what I mean" are a reference to [[Wikipedia: I Saw Her Standing There| I Saw Her Standing There]]. The original line after "Well she was just seventeen" was originally going to be "never been a beauty queen", but was changed to "think you know what I mean".
*[[Summer Short Shorts]] and [[Limozeen Live! (practice)]] — Brain Sister's lyrics "Well she was only twenty-seventeen, she was a low res beauty queen" and "Th'all think you know what I mean" are a reference to [[Wikipedia: I Saw Her Standing There| I Saw Her Standing There]]. The original line after "Well she was just seventeen" was originally going to be "never been a beauty queen", but was changed to "think you know what I mean".
*Email [[cliffhangers]] — "You say you want a resolution, huh?" is a reference to [[Wikipedia: Revolution (song)| Revolution]].
*Email [[cliffhangers]] — "You say you want a resolution, huh?" is a reference to [[Wikipedia: Revolution (song)| Revolution]].
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*Email [[email thumder]] — In an Easter egg, when the caption over [[The Poopsmith]] reads "''Well, well, well, My Michelle''", this is a reference to the song [[Wikipedia: Michelle (Song)|Michelle]].
 
*[[Baddest of the Bands]] — In the first preview, Strong Bad, Strong Mad, and The Cheat perform on a rooftop as The Beatles did during their last public performance.
*[[Baddest of the Bands]] — In the first preview, Strong Bad, Strong Mad, and The Cheat perform on a rooftop as The Beatles did during their last public performance.
[[Category:Inside Jokes|Beatles, The]]
[[Category:Inside Jokes|Beatles, The]]
[[Category:Real band Running gags|Beatles, The]]
[[Category:Real band Running gags|Beatles, The]]

Revision as of 19:44, 16 February 2016

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The British rock band The Beatles dominated the music industries of at least two continents during the 1960s and set the standards for many bands that followed. It is quite obvious that the Beatles' immense popularity has also hit Free Country, USA and Strong Badia, since they are referenced in dialogue, commentary, or simply the cartoons themselves.

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