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It was in a battle of the bands against such notables as the punky [[Steve and the Apocalypse]] and [[Darryl and the Chaos]]. D and the C's planned entry was "Becky Won't You Read My Heart," an attempt to woo back a gal who'd thrown over Darryl for tortured jerk Flack. But Darryl quits the show because Flack's band performed first. In a classic sitcom crossing of paths, Darryl later discovers that Flack grew up to be a high school janitor.  
 
It was in a battle of the bands against such notables as the punky [[Steve and the Apocalypse]] and [[Darryl and the Chaos]]. D and the C's planned entry was "Becky Won't You Read My Heart," an attempt to woo back a gal who'd thrown over Darryl for tortured jerk Flack. But Darryl quits the show because Flack's band performed first. In a classic sitcom crossing of paths, Darryl later discovers that Flack grew up to be a high school janitor.  
  
See also [[Roadkill Hoagie]], and [[Scissor Bitch]].
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==See also==
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*[[Steve and the Apocalypse]]
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*[[Darryl and the Chaos]]
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*[[Roadkill Hoagie]]
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*[[Scissor Bitch]]
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==External Links==
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*https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WjlfD2y954Y
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[[Category:Baby Blues]]
 
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Latest revision as of 05:57, 11 October 2019

High school band in a flashback in the "Hurtin' Inside" episode (04/08/00) of animated television series Baby Blues, based on the reasonably popular comic strip of the same name. They had a Jim Morrison-meets-Dylan-meets-bad Nick Cave-esque thing.

It was in a battle of the bands against such notables as the punky Steve and the Apocalypse and Darryl and the Chaos. D and the C's planned entry was "Becky Won't You Read My Heart," an attempt to woo back a gal who'd thrown over Darryl for tortured jerk Flack. But Darryl quits the show because Flack's band performed first. In a classic sitcom crossing of paths, Darryl later discovers that Flack grew up to be a high school janitor.

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