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April 15, 2014 - Fargo Flips for Patsy, Louie Leaps to Doris, Muppets Sip to Harry

Patsy Cline's classic hit from 1963, "Sweet Dreams (Of You)," popped up in the middle of the premiere of Fargo, the FX series based on Joel and Ethan Coen's 1996 film of the same title. A promo for the upcoming fourth season of Louie, also on FX, shows creator and star Louis C.K. jumping off the Brooklyn Bridge while Doris Day's recording of "Perhaps, Perhaps, Perhaps" (from her 1965 album Latin For Lovers) fills the flat screen's stereo speakers. Meanwhile, Kermit and The Muppets are sipping Lipton Tea in a TV spot promoting Muppets Most Wanted (a PG-rated family movie) while listening to Harry Nilsson's 1969 hit "Everybody's Talkin'" from Midnight Cowboy (originally an X-rated Best Picture Oscar winner).




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