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      Titles of latest Aquarius episodes: Blackbird and Can You Take Me Back?

        Nancy R:Titles of latest Aquarius episodes: Blackbird and Can You Take Me Back?

        I think I'm still an episode or two behind, but in the one I watched last night Charlie finally mentions the White Album.

          prudence1964:

          Nancy R:Titles of latest Aquarius episodes: Blackbird and Can You Take Me Back?

          I think I'm still an episode or two behind, but in the one I watched last night Charlie finally mentions the White Album.

          Yeah, that was in one of the 2 above episodes, I just didn't want to quote the madman who subverted the Beatles' songs.

            On the Rob Lowe roast, Rob Riggle: "Jimmy Carr is here. He's representing a new British Invasion, and not the good one with the Beatles. The first one, where we had to shoot them all."

            Jennifer Aniston in a commercial about having dry eyes, for myeyelove.com. They play a cover of All You Need Is Love throughout the ad.

              Several times in the Big Bang Theory they refer to Howard as "Ringo"

                Aquarius, last 2 episodes titled Mother Nature's Son and I Will. Lots of discussion of the Beatles/Helter Skelter.

                  On Ozzy & Jack's World Detour, they visited the British Embassy in Washington, D.C.. and Ozzy talked about how he wouldn't be where he is today without the Beatles. The guide talked about how someone snipped a lock of Ringo's hair off at the Embassy party for the Beatles in Feb. 1964.

                    This time on Ozzy & Jack's World Detour they visited Cuba and John Lennon's statue there. Ozzy talked a lot about John, Paul, and the Beatles and how much they influenced him, etc. He said he never met John, but when he met Paul he felt like he met a god!

                      FYI, Aquarius has been cancelled.

                        prudence1964:FYI, Aquarius has been cancelled.

                        Well that sucks!

                          "John, Paul, George, Ringo????"

                          John Larroquette trying to guess the name of the blind axeman with
                          the magic axe in The 10th Kingdom television mini-series.

                            In "Killing Reagan" there is a part about John's murder (which occurred a few months before the attempted assassination of Reagan) And John Hinkley wanted to either be a writer or a composer "like John Lennon...or Paul McCartney."

                              A cover of John's song Beautiful Boy was played at the end of the Oct. 21st episode of Hawaii Five-O.

                                On The Simpsons Sunday, Krusty the Clown says "I'm going to sing Beatles songs so you can't afford to show this video!"

                                  This was over 8 years ago, but well worth remembering...

                                  "For the first time ever, NASA beamed a song -- The Beatles' "Across the Universe" -- directly into deep space at 7 p.m. EST on Feb. 4.

                                  The transmission over NASA's Deep Space Network commemorated the 40th anniversary of the day The Beatles recorded the song, as well as the 50th anniversary of NASA's founding and the group's beginnings. Two other anniversaries also are being honored: The launch 50 years ago this week of Explorer 1, the first U.S. satellite, and the founding 45 years ago of the Deep Space Network, an international network of antennas that supports missions to explore the universe."

                                  http://www.nasa.gov/topics/universe/features/across_universe.html

                                    Caught a 2010 episode of The Big Bang Theory. Leonard sees Sheldon and Amy walking towards them: "Here comes John and Yoko." Howard: "More like Yoko and Yoko!"

                                      Watching the local news Christmas morning
                                      and they were playing...

                                      Happy Xmas (War Is Over)

                                      God Bless Them!!!!

                                        Last night on The Graham Norton Show the panel was Michael Fassbender, Marion Cottilard, James McAvoy, and comic Frank Skinner. Frank, who is older and nowhere near as good looking as the other three, says: "I imagine this is how Ringo must have felt!"

                                          I know everyone knows this but in the movie NOW YOU SEE ME 2, one of the horseman would mention that The Beatles were genius'!

                                            Tonight, on the eve of Trump's inauguration, Chuck Lorre's vanity card #549;

                                            Watch out now, take care
                                            Beware of greedy leaders
                                            They take you where you should not go
                                            While Weeping Atlas Cedars
                                            They just want to grow and grow and grow
                                            Beware of Darkness

                                            George Harrison

                                            And below that he quoted Monty Python:

                                            Run away! Run away!

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