Cartoons

Playlist: Dig Those Crazy Toons

Sometimes the best songs come from cartoons. And I’m not talking about theme songs. I mean songs sung by the characters in the show. Sometimes they’re so catchy and memorable, you find yourself singing them randomly. They’re so fun, upbeat, hilarious, and always put a smile on your face. After the election, it seems we all need a bit of a smile, so strap yourself in and get ready to sing-along. Here are some of the best original cartoon songs.

“Toon Out, Toon In” – Tiny Toon Adventures

Back in the 90s, rap was so popular it made its way into everything. There was even a rapping Barbie. Usually, this is cause for hilarious disaster, but this rap song from Tiny Toon Adventures is surprisingly good. Sung by Vanilla Lice (get it?) the song introduces the main characters of the series to phat, but generic, rap beats. The best part is the ear worm hook of “Toon out, toon in, toon about, toons are in.” Plucky Duck, Elmyra, and Go-Go even drop their own rap verses. Years later, it’s still a ridiculously fun, catchy song about our favorite toon cast. Too bad Vanilla Lice wouldn’t make another appearance on the show.

“Happy Happy, Joy Joy” – Ren & Stimpy

If you grew up in the 90s, chances are you drove your parents nuts singing this mindless song. After deciding Ren isn’t happy enough, Stimpy invents a Happy Helmet and plays this song, much to Ren’s dismay. It’s one of those songs you love, but secretly find annoying. It’s repetitive and after the 20 seconds, it gets kind of old. But the real gem of the track is the random ramblings of Stinky Wizzleteats that make you wonder why kids were listening to this. Some remarkable lines include “little critters of nature, they don’t know they’re ugly,” “I’ll teach your grandmother to suck eggs,” and my favorite “I told you I’d shoot, but you didn’t believe me/why didn’t you believe me?!” When you think about, that whole episode is disturbing.

“Library Card” – Arthur

“Arthur’s Almost Live Not Real Music Festival” is the best episode of the Arthur series. All of the segments are great, with another strong contender being the vintage inspired “Homework,” but this is the song everyone remembers. Somehow Arthur and his friends made the library seem like the coolest place to be. They list the different activities, various authors, and of course, free books at your disposal. You only need to hear the hook once for it get to lodge into your head forever. Suddenly, you’ll be singing it at random intervals and if you’re around the right people, someone else will jump in. Another highlight is Ms. Turner mentioning how great the dewy decimal system is, prompting DW to ask several “Who is Dewey?” No joke, whenever this episode comes on, I stop what I’m doing to watch and sing along.

“Beaver Fever” – The Angry Beavers

The best episode of The Angry Beavers gave us one of the most undeniably catchy Nickelodeon songs. Daggit and Norbit turn into music superstars with this disco influenced hit. Everything about it is silly as the two brothers talk about chopping down wood, but damn if it isn’t catchy. The funky groove is hard to resist, the hook makes you want to sing, and it’s hard to feel bad when you hear it. 18 years later and I can still sing every part of this song. Barry’s”Oh Baby” song is also fun, but nothing beats “Beaver Fever,” which I’m sure the writers are still chuckling about.

“Banging on a Trash Can” – Doug

Doug gave us a lot of great songs thanks to Doug Funny’s favorite band, The Beets, but we’ll get to them later. When Doug started a garage band he gave birth to the greatest Nicktoons song: “Banging on a Trashcan.” Only over a minute long, the song is insanely catchy and memorable. Doug somehow comes up with the genius hook of “calling me, calling me, calling/One little voice is calling me.” Though Bebe tries to ruin the song with her “Think big” segments it somehow makes the song better. It’s like rock and pop coming together to make what has got to be the best Nicktoons song ever.  This song is so good, 90s kids are still singing it years later. And can we talk about the video? It’s pretty much an homage to Michael Jackson with a Madonna mention. Too bad Doug’s band didn’t even last one gig.

“Macadamia Nut” – Animaniacs

Though “Yakko’s World” is another great gem from the show and probably the best way to teach geography, this has always been my favorite Animaniacs song. This was a time when you couldn’t get away from “The Macarena.” First, it was a cute novelty song, then it became a nightmare. People thought it was a good idea to pull out at every party. The Warner Bros and Dot take the piss out of it by turning it into a song about how cute Dot is. It’s interjected with random groans, noises, and burps from the various characters. My favorite line has always been “Don’t touch me/Or I’ll have you arrested/Do you hear me?” For some reason, that line has always stuck with me, probably because it was out of place in a “kid’s” show.

“F.U.N.” – Spongebob Squarepants

During its 17 year run, Spongebob has spawned so many songs there are several soundtracks associated with the show. Though “Sweet Victory” is a fan favorite and one of my favorites is “Sweater Song,” “F.U.N.” is one of the most catchy songs from the series. Spongebob teaches Plankton about fun in the only way he knows – singing. As Spongebob sings about frolicking through the flowers, playing the ukulele, cherry picking, it’s hard not to smile at how cheerful he sounds. Everything about the song is upbeat and puts you in a good mood, which we seriously need right now. Though Spongebob is annoying and can get really creepy, he at least knows to keep smiling.

“Spring Cleaning” – Rocko’s Modern Life

If done poorly, the musical episode can be the worst 20 minutes of your life, but if done right it ends up being one of the best moments of the series. Rocko’s Modern Life’s “Zanzibar” is the latter. The entire episode is focused on cleaning up your house and the Earth complete with insanely catchy songs. Never has separating plastic from paper sounded like so much fun. The “Recycle Song” is great with its spelling section that seems hard to get right the first few times you sing it, but “Spring Cleaning” is the highlight. Done in true musical style, the citizens of O-Town get together to sing about the “sick disgusting job” that’s got to done, except Rocko; he missed rehearsals. Thanks to the show, whenever you’re cleaning in spring, this song pops in your head.

“USA! USA!” – Regular Show

There’s so much music in Regular Show they can make several albums full of it. Not only do you have songs like “Party Time,” Aw Snap!,” and “Summertime Lovin’,” but you also have all the random raps Mordecai and Rigby come up with in practically every episode. Though my current favorite is “Clock Song” the “USA! USA!” rap is just plain awesome. Similar to “Yakko’s World” the duo raps about the different countries in the world and what makes them great. Hint: most of them are the beaches. With the music and the duo’s flow, it has the vibe of an old school rap song, think Fresh Prince. It’s fun, upbeat, and sick as hell. What’s up with cartoons making geography so damn catchy?

“Rugrats Rap” – Rugrats

Who knew a rap song about a 90s cartoon could be so damn good? Featuring Chris Kelly from Kriss Kross (RIP), the song is all about the babies and the trouble they get into. It’s surprising just how awesome the song is with the lyrical flow, cool beats, and catchy hook. It’s a 90s rap song all the way, but it’s put a big smile on your face, especially if you remember hearing this as a kid. Rugrats had other songs like “Rugrats Rock” and “Cynthia Dance Work Out,” but neither are as memorable as this song. Plus, it’s better than just about all the songs on the Rugrats Movie Soundtrack. Mic. Dropped.

“Killer Tofu” – Doug/The Beets

Any Nicktoons fan will tell you The Beets are one of the best animated bands of all time. All of their songs are oddly catchy and still have you singing them today: “I Need Mo’ Allowance,” “Where’s My Socks,” and “Shout Your Lungs Out” can hold their own against classic rock songs. But the one song that will always be their best is “Killer Tofu,” which is probably the only rock song that promotes going vegetarian. Listen to the entire track and you’ll see it fucking rocks. Awesome hook, ripping guitars, and blazing solos. How is this song still so good 20 years later? The song is so popular rap group OverDoz even named one of their songs after it as a shout out to Doug. It makes you wish The Beets actually put out an album. Luckily, you can find all their songs on Youtube and relive the good times.

“We Put the Spring in Springfield” – The Simpsons

There are several memorable songs from the long-running Simpsons series. It seems like every other episode a character breaks out in song. Notable numbers include “See My Vest,” “Monorail Song,” and “Lisa, It’s Your Birthday” to name a few. But my favorite has always been this song from the episode “Bart After Dark.” Homer convinces the citizens of Springfield to not tear down the burlesque house by breaking into song. The ladies then proceed to sing about how they keep the excitement going in town. Not only is it catchy, but there are classic jokes like Mayor Quimby’s wife being a previous employee, Revard Lovejoy’s father being a customer, and the bullies’ solo about just learning about the place. It’s a classic song, one that actually won an Emmy for Outstanding Music and Lyrics in 1997. If you’re feigning for more Simpsons music, there are various albums filled with songs from the series.

“Kyle’s Mom” – South Park

Though this classic South Park song got an extended version in the movie, it first graced Cartman’s lips in the episode “Mr. Hankey, the Christmas Poo.” Kyle’s mom is outraged that her son is forced to take part in a Christian play and therefore no one can sing classic Christmas carols. Cartman comes up with a new song on the spot about what a major bitch Kyle’s mom is. Set to upbeat, jaunty polka music, the song is hilarious and catchy. You’ll be singing and clapping along with the rest of the classmates, while Kyle stares in horror. Never has calling someone a major bitch been so much fun, at least in a cartoon. But the best past is when Mr. Hankey is so outraged at the song he throws himself at Cartman. Whether it’s a cartoon or not, the thought of getting shit thrown at your face is terrifying.

Which cartoon song is your favorite? There are lots more out there, so let me know which ones I missed in the comments.

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13 Musician Cameos on Cartoon Shows

Musicians have a way of popping up in the most unexpected places. Whether it’s on your favorite TV show, a video game, or even your grocery store. They even invade the world of cartoons. While some artists had their own cartoons, others felt a brief appearance was good enough for them. And as you would expect most of them turned to The Simpsons for their cameos. But others have graced different cartoons both kid and adult oriented. These aren’t necessarily the best or worst cartoon cameos from musicians. Rather these are just 13 interesting or unexpected cartoons celebrities have guest starred in.

13. B2K on Static Shock

Does anyone remember this show? For the fourth episode of the last season, Virgil Hawkins AKA Static Shock, takes his love interest Daisy to the B2K concert. The boys don’t have too much time on stage since rival Eddie uses his powers to kidnap Daisy. The clip is pretty lame. Ten seconds of their song “Pretty Young Thing” plays and it seems none of the animators actually knew what the band looked like since the cartoons don’t resemble them in the slightest. It also has some of the laziest animation for a newer show. Them appearing in the show is pointless and is hardly memorable.

12. Jay-Z on Secret Millionaires Club

Again, has anyone heard of this show? Premiering on the Hub Network and available as a webseries, the Secret Millionaires Club follows Warren Buffet as a secret mentor to a group of kids interested in business. As with any cheesy kids cartoon they learn several life lessons along the way. On the episode “Be Cool to your School” the kids get to meet Jay-Z, who clearly did his lines in one take. His appearance is brief and his delivery is flat out lazy. Sentences run together and he can barely muster any enthusiasm even as he’s congratulating the kids for helping their school. His cameo is just about as lame as the show is.

11. James Hetfield on American Dad

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This was one appearance that many didn’t know about until it happened. On the episode “The Life Aquatic with Steve Smith,” Hetfield makes an appearance as a water polo coach named James Hetfield. The joke of his appearance is even though he looks and sounds like the metal star, he claims he’s not THAT Hetfield from Metallica. He makes several references to the band and clips of their songs play throughout the episode. There’s not much to it, but him constantly denying being in Metallica is pretty funny and it’s cool that Hetfield has a sense of humor to do something like this.

10. Sonny and Cher on The New Scooby-Doo Movies

There were a number of special guests on The New Scooby-Doo Movies, like the Three Stooges and Mama Cass. I actually used to like the series as a kid, even though it’s horribly cheesy. For the episode “The Secret of Shark Island,” Sonny and Cher are on their honeymoon when they run into the Mystery gang at a run down beach resort. Blah blah blah, guys dressed in shark suits, blah blah blah meddling kids. You get the idea. Like most Scooby-Doo cameos, this one is pretty dull. Sonny and Cher don’t sound excited at all to be reading their lines. Cher doesn’t even sound like herself. It’s cheesy as hell, but then again what do you expect from Scooby-Doo? Also, why is Sonny dressed up like Santa Claus?

9. Eminem on Family Guy

Family Guy has poked fun at Eminem a few times, but the rapper actually made an appearance in 2009 to promote his then new album Relapse. Though he wasn’t in an episode, he appeared alongside Stewie Griffin during Fox’s Animation Domination block between commercial breaks. There’s one point where the rapper asks Stewie “Are you a gay baby?” to which he replies “We’re just trying to have fun here.” This isn’t the first time the rapper has been animated. Back in 2001, a webseries starring an animated Eminem popped up called The Slim Shady Show. It was actually produced by the rapper and after making waves online all episodes were released on DVD. It’s a weird show starring Slim Shady featuring the infamous Ken Kaniff. It’s like a weird South Park spoof. If you want to experience the weirdness for yourself check out episodes on Youtube.

8. Snoop Dogg on Sanjay and Craig

Remember the days of gangsta rap when Snoop Dogg was considered threatening? Now, Snoop’s more lighthearted and pokes fun at himself. He’s made several absurd cameo appearances on shows and commercials, but the oddest has to be him guest starring on an episode of Sanjay and Craig. Even though he plays a character named Street Dogg, he’s pretty much playing himself. Street Dogg moves to Sanjay’s block to escape from the celebrity lifestyle. And yes, Snoop does rap in the episode. The rest of the episode is focused on Samjay and Craig trying to reunite Street Dogg with his group Remington Tufflips. It’s kind of weird, but seems pretty normal for the rapper these days. I mean he’s narrating clips of wildlife footage now. He can pretty much do anything.

7. Andrew WK on Uncle Grandpa

Uncle Grandpa is one of those weird shows that tries to capitalize on the success of Regular Show and Adventure Time. It’s pretty strange, but did you ever expect Mr. Party himself Andrew WK to make an appearance? After Pizza Steve declares he’s bored out of his mind, an electrical surge turns on the TV with an ad from WK himself talking about his party line. It’s a pretty cute cameo since it looks just like him equipped with long hair and white t-shirt. Though you have to wonder how many kids actually know who Andrew WK is.

6. Milli Vanilli on The Adventures of Super Mario Bros. 3

Apparently Milli Vanilli were so popular they felt it was necessary to appear on the excellent show The Adventures of Super Mario Bros 3. The episode “Kootie Pie Rocks” revolves around the Koopa King kidnapping the band and forcing them to play for Kootie Pie. The entire thing is bonkers. Milli Vanilli sound stilted and unsure of every line they’re saying. They somehow manage to sound like a dub of themselves. And Milli Vanilli? Seriously? Their two biggest singles are featured throughout the cartoon. But what’s funny is when Kootie Pie demands they play for her, the two claim they can’t without a band. Art imitating life, right? The whole thing is just bizarre and something that can only happen in the 90s. It’s almost as bad as giving New Kids on the Block their own cartoon series. Oh wait…

5. “Weird Al” on Batman: The Brave and the Bold

Okay, pay attention because things are going to get confusing. “Weird Al” Yankovic made an appearance on the 25th episode of Batman: The Brave and the Bold titled “Bat-Mite Presents: Batman’s Strangest Cases!” The second segment is based on the original Scooby-Doo and Batman crossovers seen on The New Scooby-Doo movies. Still following? Bat-Mite sets up the story and then we see Scooby and the gang attending a “Weird Al” gig. Things are cut short by the Joker and Penguin. Batman and Robin step in to save the crew. Wackiness ensues and things get campy as you would expect. Once the two are defeated “Weird Al” comes back and decides to celebrate with “a polka.” It’s one of those things you watch and wonder “what the hell just happened?” It’s a cute way to poke fun at the campy Scooby-Doo cartoons loaded with guests stars, but it’s still really strange.

4. Backstreet Boys on Arthur

During its now 20 year run, Arthur has had an impressive number of celebrity cameos for a kid’s show. But one of the biggest episodes occurred when the Backstreet Boys made an appearance. The story revolves around Muffy preparing to see the boys in concert while Francine starts her own band since BSB are “sell outs.” The band then gets popular and Francine doesn’t know how to handle the new found fame. The boys pop up several times in the episode most notably in a fantasy sequence when Muffy creepily dreams about being with Nick Carter. She even traps him in an elevator before their big concert. Sure, the premise is weird, but it’s cute to see BSB transformed into rabbits and bears. Plus, they even re-did the theme song for the show. If you want another cool boyband cartoon appearance, check out Nsync on The Simpsons.

3. Marilyn Manson on Clone High

Does anyone remember Clone High? Before this clip I’ve never heard of the show, but it was an animated show about a gang of high school students who are actually clones of famous historians, like Joan of Arc and JFK. It premiered on MTV in 2003, but was eventually removed due to poor ratings. In the second episode titled “Episode Two: Election Blu-Galoo” Marilyn Manson makes an appearance as a rock star and “licensed doctor.” He takes a moment to sing a song about the importance of the food pyramid. It sounds like something you’d expect to hear on kids programs like Arthur until Manson shouts “Die!” and turns into a hellspawn. It’s a hilarious clip that captures Manson in a different, cuddly persona.

2. Robert Smith on South Park

Matt Stone and Trey Parker aren’t shy about poking fun at celebrities, usually ones they don’t like. But for this season one episode they actually scored a cameo appearance from Robert Smith, who they’re huge fans of. Smith comes in to help defeat Mecha-Streisand from destroying South Park. How does he do this? He turns into Mothra, complete with wild hair and white gym shoes, unleashes an ear shattering screech, and punches her in the nose. With Streisand successfully defeated Stan says “Robert Smith is the greatest person that ever lived” and Jesus calls him a “savior.” It’s bizarre that Smith actually agreed to the cameo. He said he was sent the script and recorded his lines knowing nothing about the plot. It’s one of the most absurd and awesome moments from South Park.

1. The Ramones and Michael Jackson on The Simpsons

The Simpsons have had so many guests stars there are entire lists dedicated to them. Over the years, numerous bands have visited Springfield, such as REM, Red Hot Chili Peppers, Metallica, The White Stripes, and Judas Priest to name a few. It’s really hard to choose which one is best of them all, but the two that are the most memorable are The Ramones and Michael Jackson. Both artists seem unlikely to make cameo appearances on a popular show, yet it happened. The Ramones played at Mr. Burns birthday party on the episode “Rosebud.” They end their song with “Go to Hell you old bastard” leaving Mr. burns visibly shaken. Backstage, Tommy Ramone remarks, “Hey I think they liked us” while Mr. Burns says “Have the Rolling Stones killed.”

The episode “Stark Raving Dad” features Michael Jackson as a mental patient who believes he’s Michael Jackson. It’s confusing, especially since Jackson was not credited at the end and hired a impersonator to take over any singing duties. It’s a weird clip, but it’s one of the most memorable Simpson’s episodes of all time.

Which cameo is your favorite? There’s gotta be some I missed, so let me know which ones in the comments!

11 Musicians Who Inexplicably Had Their Own TV Series

Hey guys, I’m back! Did you miss me? I hope you all had a happy and safe holiday break. But now let’s get back to musical business!

Musicians never seem happy with being the best in their field, so they start testing their other talents, whether that be cooking, boxing, or writing books. But most of them shoot for acting and after all these years I think we can all agree that musicians can’t act. They’re tolerable in a small cameo, but anything longer than is just torture. Even though we know what terrible actors they make, someone keeps giving them the chance to prove us right. Whether you remember these shows or want to forget them, here are 11 artists that at one point in time had their own TV show.

  1. In The House– LL Cool J

This is one of the many fine programs that aired on the prestigious UPN network. It has the rib tickling plot of Cool J starring as an old footballer Marion who is in need of money and needs to rent out his house to a crazy cast of characters! It was about as funny as you expect for any show on UPN. From what I remember most of the jokes involved the fact that Marion is a girl’s name. Definitely not one of those shows from the 90’s that you look back upon fondly.

  1. The Beatles

It sort of makes sense why The Beatles had their own cartoon series; they were outrageously popular in the 60’s and this was a way to capitalize on their fame. But that fact doesn’t make this TV show any better. Granted, it’s not the worst one on the list and it is nice to see that the toons somewhat resemble the actual members of the band. But Scooby Doo situations, weird sing along segments, corny jokes that are mostly about Ringo, and American voice actors doing terrible British accents all plague the show.

  1. The Jackson 5ive

This is another show where it’s easy to understand why it existed. The Jackson 5 were huge during the 70’s and out of all of the shows on the list, this is the most entertaining because it’s so damn cheesy. The voice work is actually pretty good because it sounds like them, but the jokes again are lame as hell. For instance, they wanted to include Michael’s love of animals, so they gave him two pet mice named Ray and Charles. Really? That’s the best they could come up with? And since this is the 70’s sometimes the episodes got trippy and weird. The one I remember the most is when Michael gets lost in a pseudo Alice in Wonderland world. It was one of the weirdest and stupidest things I’ve ever seen.

  1. Moesha– Brandy

Moesha is one of those shows we’ve all seen at least once just because there was nothing else better on a Saturday afternoon. In case you forgot, there was a point in time where Brandy was a singer. She put that on hold in the mid-90’s to showcase her “acting” skills. I’m not going to lie, I used to like the show when I was younger mostly because the supporting cast was funny. But now when I watch it on syndication I just shake my head at how they try to tackle serious teen issues and how they shamelessly introduced the world to Ray J.

  1. Hi Hi Puffy AmiYumi– Puffy AmiYumi

Most may not remember this forgettable and weird cartoon that Cartoon Network actually thought was a good idea. It’s based on the actual Japanese band Puffy AmiYumi, which no one in America had ever heard of prior to the show. Why Cartoon Network thought making a show on a band no one heard of was a good idea is beyond me. What makes it even worse is that the show is full of Japanese stereotypes and does its best to borrow from Japanese animation. In the episode I watched one of the girls actually eats pancakes with chop sticks. I will never understand how it lasted for three seasons.

  1. Method & Red– Method Man and Redman

Does anyone remember when Fox gave this rap duo their own show? Now, I gotta say, the show did have it’s share of funny moments. The guys are pretty funny, but not enough to actually sit through a 20 minute episode. The show had the unique plot line of the duo moving to the Suburbs and shaking things up with their super duper hip hop fabulous life style. Is there a single person out there who actually thought this was going to last for more than one season? I didn’t think so.

  1. Eve– Eve

This is another one of those UPN gems from the mid-2000’s starring everyone’s favorite Ruff Ryder Eve. Apparently, everyone thought her delivery of the “Who drank my apple juice” line from Barbershop was so hilarious that they gave her a show. It’s so unmemorable I can’t tell you anything about the plot aside from that there were probably a few moments when Eve is just yelling trying to capture the magic of her apple juice line from the movie. The biggest problem of the show is the classic rapper transitioning to actor scenario. For the most part rappers can’t act, so please stop giving them the chance.

  1. Kid N’ Play

Yes, that Kid N’ Play from the House Party franchise. My question is how many kids actually saw those movies to comprehend who these guys were and why they should be watching them in cartoon form? I’m not really sure what the premise of the show is, but Kid N’ Play are teens with record contracts, so you know they’re bound to get into wacky situations. They really dis make Saturday morning cartoons from anything. Hell, they had one for the fucking Rubik’s cube.

  1. Class of 3000– Andre 3000

Once again, the geniuses at Cartoon Network decided Andre 3000 was one of the most influential musicians of our time, so why not give him his own cartoon series. The only thing I ask myself while watching this show is why him? Sure, “Hey Ya” was good, but that doesn’t mean the man deserves his own TV show. In it, he plays Sunny Bridges who decides to give up his life as a superstar to teach kids at a music school. Even worse it’s filled with numerous stereotypes about Indian, Black, and Asian people. Just stop Cartoon Network. Just stop.

  1. New Kids on the Block

NKOTB were so popular that they had their own cartoon in the early 90’s. Just let that fact sink in for a minute. And yes, the cartoon is as terrible as you think it is. The thing is the show can’t decide what it wants to be. A wacky cartoon involving the guys getting into mishaps that usually end with them running away from fans, a music station just for their videos, a concert video, or a way to give kids epileptic fits. Seriously, there are random moments when the cartoon box will get small to allow a spastic border of neon lights and wildly 80’s designs that show up for no reason. Adding insult to injury the cartoons look and sound nothing like the guys. This has to be one of the lamest shows out there.

  1. Hammerman– MC Hammer

It’s not hard to understand why MC Hammer was so popular in the 90’s. Can you really resist “U Can’t Touch This” when it comes on? And I bet you still have your hammer pants in the basement. Even though MC Hammer wasn’t all that bad, it doesn’t explain why he had his own show. To make it even better it has one of the weirdest and dumbest plots ever. In case you weren’t paying attention to the awesome rap provided by Hammer himself, this guy Stanley is given magical shoes by some guy that is obviously supposed to be James Brown and somehow they give him musical powers to defeat criminals. I’m not sure if he kills them with musical notes or scares them away with his dance moves ala Michael Jackson, but either way it’s stupid. Seriously, seriously stupid.

Were any of these your favorites? Was there a show I missed? Let me know in the comments!