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6Everyone We Cared About In The 80′s and 90′s Sings “Let It Be”

Ok, I know “everyone we cared about in the 80′s and 90′s” is a pretty large group, and granted, there is not a single Spice Girl in the video, but it’s still a solid representation.  Jason Alexander. Ricki Lake. Norm from Cheers, Theo from The Cosby Show. Carlton from Fresh Prince breaks it down.  What’s that? Those names are enough for your highfalutin tastes? Fair enough.  What if I told you that Glenn Close and Right Said Fred are also involved?  Still not enough?  Fine.  SMFG is there. That’s right, Steve Motherfucking Guttenberg.  And I defy you to name someone more important.

But really, I defy you.  I’m not saying that Steve Guttenberg was the most influential actor of the 80′s and 90′s (even though in a different, very correct sense I am definitely saying that), I’m just wondering what your favorite appearance in the video was.  I care about what you care about, and that’s why our relationship works.

December 4, 2010 at 11:34 am by Emily

6 Responses to “Everyone We Cared About In The 80′s and 90′s Sings “Let It Be””

  1. adair says:

    freddy krueger & bud bundy

  2. ann says:

    i was disappointed it didn’t stand for Sarah Michelle Fuckin Gellar ahahaha

  3. jenn says:

    * It’s the Ferry Aid version of “Let It Be.” Disappointingly, the reason Ricki Lake sounds like Boy George is because that is Boy George.

    * This is a Norwegian promo for a “where are they now?” interview show, if you’re wondering about the surreal celebrity mishmash.

    • adair says:

      and thanks for the explanation, I knew some of those voices were not the voice of the person “singing”. But I didn’t know what the hell was going on. lol

  4. Stephanie says:

    Two years reading this site and this is my favorite post Evil Beet has ever done!!! L-O-L, very well written, great way to start my morning!

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