Hooray for Everything
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Hooray for Everything is a singing group compsed of young people from diverse ethnic backgrounds.
Hooray for Everything is well known for maintaining a positive attitude and clean wholesome image. The band has been described as "those clean-cut young go-getters" and its musical repertoire seems to consist primarily of cleaned-up covers of classic hit tunes. Also, the band works to keep its appeal as broad as possible while generating as little controversy as possible. It performed in an ad for Duff Gardens, a very popular theme park; and promoted one performance as a salute to the Western Hemisphere.
Hooray for Everything performed during the halftime show of a Thanksgiving Day football game that Homer watched on TV. However, Homer ended up listening to the halftime show on the radio because he had to go pick up Grampa from Springfield Retirement Castle and bring him to Thanksgiving dinner at the Simpson home.
Behind the Laughter
- Hooray for Everything is a parody of Up with People.
- In "Bart vs. Thanksgiving", Hooray for Everything performs a cover of "Get Dancin'" by Disco-Tex and the Sex-O-Lettes.
- In "Selma's Choice", the band performs a considerably cleaned-up cover of the Lou Reed song "Walk on the Wild Side".
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