My favorite moment of Herman Cain's "That's it, I'm out of here" speech was when quoted Donna Summers' "Power of One," a favorite "poem" of us, and coincidentally, the theme from Pokémon 2000.
Brad Dwyer features another kids show in this week's installment of Record Heat, the much-loved Yo Gabba Gabba!, which, to the best of our knowledge hasn't hopped on the Cain train.
While I haven't spent a lot of time watching the show, you've got to admire a children's show that's featured Devo, The Roots, Biz Markie, The Shins, Low, Jack Black, and animation from Evan Dorkin and Sarah Dyer.
Still, man can not live on Yo Gabba Gabba! alone...
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