Another week, another Pop Clips edition of the podcast this week the guys listen to a fan heckle a basketball player with he sweet sounds of a Miley song. Plus, the guys take listen to a song called The Pill by Lorretta Lynn. Plus, a girl falling down the stairs, a couple of young black guys get harassed by a cop, a drunk girl in love with Tony and the guys sing along with Mr. Job Bon Jovi.
In this episode of the Pop Clips edition of the podcast the guys listen to a spooky version of Wrecking Ball by Miley Cyrus, a Sesame Street clip where Big Bird learns about death and mourns the passing of Mr. Hooper, A clip from a classic episode of the Golden Girls and the 80s hit, Nobody by Sylvia.
It’s time for another Pop Clips edition of the podcast and we have picked out a bunch of great clips to talk over. This week the guys listen to a hit single from 1986 by the great Oran “Juice” Jones that tells a tale of infidelity and betrayal while walking in the rain. Later the guys listen and talk about the runner who refused the number 666 because as everyone knows it is the number of the beast. Plus, more weight loss tips from soda companies, an acoustic version of Game Of Thrones theme song and President Vladimir Putin plays us out with his version of the Fats Domino classic Blueberry Hill.
This week on the pop clips edition of the podcast the guys listen to some young ladies cover some tunes and the hit song by Lorde. First up a young blind girl does a fantastic version of the Miley Cyrus song, Wrecking Ball. Latter we hear from a young lady who decided to do a acoustic version of Thriller, just in time for Halloween. Then Cline plays his favorite country western duet. Plus the guys listen to a very disturbed woman go over the events of her exciting birthday night as well as a very special goat and some weight loss tips from the 1960s!
Wrecking Ball – Miley Cyrus (sang by a blind girl from the Philippines)
Thriller – Michael Jackson (Acoustic Cover)-Bailey Pelkman
My Rapture 12 hours (Crazy Lady)
Coke keeps you thin! (1961 Coke commercial)
Sheep could use a throat lozenge.
If You See Him, If You See Her -Reba McEntire