WAKUFUCHITA

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WAKUFUCHITA
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Full Title: WAKUFUCHITA!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Author: Toxic AKA Bob Barker
Release Date: November 15, 2001
File Size: 1.96 MB
Duration: 3:10
Complexity: 0
Animutatedness: unrated
Star(s): Bruce Vilanche,Twizzler Face Magic Bean, Bob Saget
Audio Info
Land of 1000 Dances
Artist: Rockapella
Album:
Genre: Early Rock 'N Roll
Language: English

Contents

About

Bruce Vilanche, Bob Saget, and a bunch of other folks break it down old school. Proper, yo.

Cast

Notable Props

Transcript

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Lyrics

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You gotta know how to pony like Bony Maronie,
Do the Jerk, let's see you work,
Watusi like Lucy-Goosy.

Mashed Potato, Alligator,
Do the Snake, do the Hippy Shake,

Roll on your back now, I said I like it like that now.

Audio Details

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Trivia

  • The message "The jam is moldy in the kitchen, and the rolling rabbit gathers no moss" is a reference to the ReBoot episode "Talent Night", where it is used by Megabyte's agents as a code phrase (though they themselves don't even know what it means).
  • The "I am the cheese" part is a reference to the Rocko's Modern Life episode' "Wacky Delly" where Filbert's character, a talking piece of cheese, said "I am the cheese! I am the best character on the show!"
  • The bean/George Wendt connection is a reference to the Animaniacs cartoon entitled Survey Ladies, in which two old ladies in a shopping mall annoyingly survey unsuspecting passersby (including, for most of the cartoon, the Warners) with questions about beans, movies, and George Wendt.
  • Running Gag: Back Bone

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