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ESH Cast 475: And Suddenly We Broke Out Into Song!

It's been a busy month for NinJaSistah. Los Angeles three weeks ago, the Oscar podcast, then off to Seattle last week. So, once again, we look toward the past and present another clip show podcast.

This week's show is a fan favorite. It shows the various times either NinJaSistah or Pandalicious has broken out into song for one reason or another. It's the revenge of the producer of the show that the singing is immediately followed by the original rendition of the song. It's very telling that the Sistahs have a very wide musical knowlege -- especially of TV theme songs and advertising jingles.

We've done lots of these "music" clip shows before. In fact, five times before -- in episodes 432, 349, 299, 133 and our very first clip show in February 2007, in episode 41.

And there will be more. After going through the saved clips for this episode, there is at least one more show's worth of material he has saved up and ready to unleash. But that's for another time.

In this show, you will hear music from the following artists: Andy Williams, Barenaked Ladies, Biz Markie, Boogie Heights (who are they?), Burt Reynolds, CHVRCHES, Donna Summer, Edith Piaf, Europe, Frank Sinatra, Harry Nilsson, Huey Lewis and The News, Idina Menzel, John Lennon, Kelly, Kermit and Fozzie, M.C. Hammer, Mel Brooks, Michael and Janet Jackson, Queen, Robin Thicke, Roy Orbison, Sarah McLachlan, Shary Lewis, Skee Lo, Squeeze, The Beatles, the cast of West Side Story, The Commodores, The Go-Go's, The Who, Tina Turner, TLC, Warren Zevon and Whitney Houston.

Just be glad you don't have to endure the worst song from the musical The Music Man. That's for next time.

We don't have to promise you're going to enjoy this show. You just are. Listen to ESH Cast 475: And Suddenly We Broke Out Into Song!

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Rochelle "NinJaSistah" Hinds and Amanda "Pandalicious" Britton are the founders of ElectricSistaHood (ESH), and co-host of the network's flagship podcast, the ESH Cast. For nearly a decade, they have focused their journalistic efforts on video games and anime. That's - as the kids say these days - what's up.