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O-Town - Lou Pearlman, the sadistic bastard who inflicted the Backstreet Boys and 'N Sync on us, teamed with ABC and the idiots who came up with MTV's "Real World" to give us the show "Making the Band." O-Town is for Orlando, Florida. Ashley Angel, Erik Estrada (no relation) Jacob Underwood, Ikaika Kahoano, and Trevor Penick are the five squeaky clean twerps who give Korn fans something to really get worked up about.

O'Bell, Dennis - From "You Know My Name, Look Up the Number" (song by The Beatles), 1970. Thanks to Richard G. Biever for this one.

O'Callohan, Shanna - From the animated TV show The Real Ghost Busters (10/28/87). Peter Venkman's Irish pop-star girlfriend turns out to be a supernatural banshee in the "Banshee Bake A Cherry Pie?" episode. Thanks to Ellen MacIsaac for this one.

O'Connell, Skinhead - From the "Toon TV" episode (11/09/92) of cartoon Tiny Toon Adventures. Shirley the Loon (voiced by Gail Matthius) with a shaved head sings the quickie Sinead O'Conner parody "Nothing Comes Close to Yul," a tribute to Yul Brynner and his baldness. See also Def Zepplin, Fuddonna, Ruffee, Vanilla Lice.

O'Conner, Carlos - From the TV show ABC STAGE 67 (12/07/66).

O'Dell, Malcolm - From the TV show My Two Dads (02/07/88 & 02/15/89).

Oak Street Band, The - From Music, Music for Everyone (children's book by Vera B. Williams, 1984.

Oakley, Sally Ellen - From the TV show Jonathan Creek (05/31/97).

Ocean Bottom Nightmare Band, The - From the TV cartoon Sealab 2021 (11/23/03). Ocean Bottom Nightmare Band, The -- Band of animatronic weasels that has won the undersea Battle of the Groups for the past 10 years. Unfortunately, their 11th try for the gold (using the song "Fishin' Hole, stolen from the Mahatmamas) during the "Splitsville" episode (11/23/03) of Sealab 2021 was interrupted by a three-way girl fight and a Sealab explosion. The name is a spoof on "River Bottom Nightmare Band," the song sung by The Nightmare in the muppet special, Emmet Otter's Jug-Band Christmas. See also The Mahatmamas, The Nightmare. Thanks to Alan Benson for this one.
Octo Paginini

Octo Paganini - From the animated TV show The Tick (11/02/96). Six-armed, violin-wielding Belgian supervillian from the "Tick vs. Europe" episode. His evil plan to kidnap the king of Belgium and replace him with an android duplicate is foiled by The Tick, who is in Belgium as part of a superhero exchange program. Voiced by Xander Berkeley.

Octo Raymond

Octo Raymond and His All Mollusc Orchestra - Octopus-themed bit-player supervillain with an all octopus orchestra in the "Armless but not Harmless" episode (09/25/95) of FOX animated superhero spoof The Tick. They play the 45th Annual Enemy Awards, a supervillain awards show.

Oedipus Suplex - From Diesel Sweeties (Internet comic strip by Richard Stevens), 11/22/02.

Oliver, Lila Rose - From the movie The Cotton Club (1984). Thanks to Chris Gruin for this one.

Olivia and Stewie - From the animated TV show Family Guy (01/24/02). In the "From Method to Madness" episode, precocious infant Stewie is put in the Quahog School of Performing Arts. Simon, his teacher, pairs him with similiarly precocious infant Olivia, who's as arrogant as Stewie. Their final project, a duet, wows Simon, who puts them on a local tour singing "You Do." Their opening act at the local theater is the unlikely trio of Garfunkel, Oates and Nash. Stewie's and Olivia's enormous egos quickly clash and Stewie tries to go solo, but flops. Olivia gets a movie role as Stewie descends into madness. See also Billy Bob and the Nocturnal Emissions, Pearl Burton, Fat, Black, Horny and Joe, Meg Griffin, Stewie and the Cowtones, Garfunkel, Oates and Nash.

Olson, Fox - From Fadeout (novel by Joseph Hansen), 1970.

Omar and the Daycares - Rock band from the animated movie Rock And Rule (1983). Thanks to Tom Wall for this one.

Omer - From the film American Dreamz (2006). An Arabic contestant on the fictional TV show American Dreamz, an American Idol parody. Played by Sam Golzari. See also Sally Kendoo, Sholem Glickstein.

Omnivores, The - From The Worst Band in the Universe (children's book w/CD) by Graeme Base), 1999. Thanks to Orinoco Womble for this one.

One-Ders, The - See The Wonders.

Ooklah the Moc - See Geronimo Jackson.

Oozing Meat - Rock band Kelly Bundy (Christina Applegate) wants to see, bad, in the "Buck Saves the Day" episode (09/24/89) of sitcom Married with Children. We never see or hear the band, but they must be damn good -- tickets for their Chicagoland show run $175! Damn! Thanks to Alan for this one. See also Burned Beyond Recognition, Jimmy Dick and the Night Sticks, Joanie and the Slashettes, Otitis Media, Shoes 'n' Socks, Tears and Vomit, The Tuxedos, The Wanker Triplets, The Why, Yodeling Andy.

Open 24 Hours / Open 48 Hours - From the TV show Square Pegs (11/22/82). Thanks to Noreen Sobczyk, Aaron Howard, David Hakkennes, Todd K., and Sam Jeffries for this one.

Orange Organics, The - From the TV show Pugwall (1989). Thanks to Kael Driscoll and dylan for this one.

Oreos, The - In the 1976 remake of the classic 1927 film, A Star is Born, the milleux is changed from acting to music. Barbra Streisand plays the rising up and comer, Esther Hoffman. She performs in her singing group with two African American women, (played by Venetta Fields and Clydie King), hence the name. Get it? She falls for falling rock star John Norman Howard (Kris Kristofferson) for some unfathomable reason. (see also John Norman Howard)

Original Wayouts, The - From the TV cartoon Space Ghost: Coast to Coast (199?). See Zorak. Thanks to Gravybill for this one.

Originals, The - See Spinal Tap

Oscar and the Orangutans - From the TV cartoon Flintstones, The (11/03/65).

Oscar Drill and the Bits - From the movie Shock Treatment (1981). Band with a "suburban garage sound" in this semi-sequel to The Rocky Horror Picture Show. Lineup: Oscar Drill (Gary Shail), Brenda Drill (Claire Toeman), Frankie (Sinitta Renet), the drummer (David John), and the guitarist (Gary Martin). Thanks to Fritters / Tilde~, Caren Murkowski for this one.

Otis, Clark - One of the artifacts of the 70's fad for the 50's was the 1978 flick, American Hot Wax, which dramatized real-life Cleveland DJ Alan Freed's championing of rock and roll. Real rockers Jerry Lee Lewis, Chuck Berry, and Screamin' Jay Hawkins appeared as themselves, but for some reason, fictionalized versions of other real groups were created like this one. Played by Charles Greene. See also Chesterfields, Delights, The, Professor LaPlano and the Planotones, Timmy and the Tulips.

Otis Day and the Knights - All black late fifties/early sixties rock 'n' roll/r'n'b band from 1978's Animal House. They played "Shout" at the fraternity toga party and "Shama Lama Ding Dong" at the all black Dexter Lakes Club. Actor DeWayne Jessie played Otis Day (lipsyncing to the singing of Lloyd Williams). After the movie, DeWayne kept some version of the band alive, touring and releasing albums and a 1986 concert video, Otis, My Man! Trivia Time! The on screen band included blues/jazz guitarist Robert Cray as the bass player, believe it or not. The rest of the band was Robert Bailey, Sonny King, Tommy Smith, and Juan Steen.

Otitis Media - Band mentioned in the "Naughty but Niece" episode (09/25/94) of Married with Children. Also the name of a type of ear infection. That's all I know! See also Burned Beyond Recognition, Jimmy Dick and the Night Sticks, Joanie and the Slashettes, Oozing Meat, Shoes 'n' Socks, Tears and Vomit, The Tuxedos, The Wanker Triplets, The Why, Yodeling Andy.

Outta Sync - From the animated TV show Jimmy Neutron: Boy Genius (2001). Boy band whose poster was displayed in the Jimmy Neutron movie. Members are Lindsey, Morton, and one other guy. Thanks to Alan Benson for this one.

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