[[folder: Fridge Brilliance ]]

* In the "Bohemian Rhapsody" cover, a few sections of the song are altered for in-character moments: Two specific ones are when Animal gets hung up on the word "mama" during his vocal solo, and when Dr. Teeth changes a couple of lines to complain that he and The Electric Mayhem aren't getting paid for this. It took me a second viewing to notice these sections were probably altered for NeverSayDie reasons - Animal's section is the one that normally starts "Mama, just killed a man..." , while the lines Dr. Teeth changed included "So you think you can love me and leave me to die". I'm kind of impressed they came up with [[{{Bowdlerise}} bowdlerisations]] that are not only non-disruptive and fitting for the characters, but actually are among the funniest moments of the video. - Tropers/MikeK
** By that logic, the same can apply to their take on "Flowers on the Wall": one line in the chorus is changed to references to sudoku and Instragram, doing chores, and mixing chemicals in the middle of the night. What was the lyric those replaced? "Smoking cigarettes and watching ''Series/CaptainKangaroo''...". Not only do they pull a bowderlisation that's non-disruptive and fitting to excise a potentially objectionable lyric (kids watch this, after all), it also modernizes the song a bit (not a lot of people these days have even ''heard'' of Captain Kangaroo, much less seen it). And let's face it, Beaker flattening his hand with an iron was hilarious.-Tropers/{{Kazokuhouou}}