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The Kelly Song vs. The Premise of Big Bad Beetleborgs

It's Woody's creative declaration of love vs. not the Power Rangers, but sort of close!

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The Kelly Song

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The Premise of Big Bad Beetleborgs

The case for The Kelly Song

Woody was a simple man. He tended bar, he didn't have high ambitions and he loved his fiancee Kelly. So much so that he wrote her a song as simple as he was. Just admit know you still sing this to yourself every time you meet someone named Kelly. Maybe even out loud. — Nutjob

The case for The Premise of Big Bad Beetleborgs

The 1990s saw many imitators and knock-offs of the Mighty Morphin' Power Rangers, but arguably none as garish, inscrutable, and kitchen-sink-ish as Big Bad Beetleborgs. Three kids find a haunted house, befriend some comic relief monsters, free a Jay Leno/Elvis ghost named Flabber from a pipe organ, and he sporadically turns them into mecha superheroes from their favorite comic book. Any questions? — Dave in Chicago

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