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* "Whatcha Gonna Do?" in "What are You Gonna Do?". Rick may be TheUnintelligible, but if you look at the subtitles, the lyrics he is garbling really are meaningful.
** Some of the visual accompanying the song give it extra power, [[spoiler:specifically Matthew sitting alone on a swing after his mom’s rejection as Connie sings “When a mother leaves her babe to cry in darkness...”]]

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* "Whatcha Gonna Do?" in "What are You Gonna Do?". Rick may be TheUnintelligible, but if you look at the subtitles, the lyrics he is garbling really are meaningful.
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meaningful. Some of the visual visuals accompanying the song give it extra power, [[spoiler:specifically Matthew sitting alone on a swing after his mom’s mom's rejection as Connie sings “When a mother leaves her babe to cry in darkness...”]]


** Some of the visual accompanying the song give it extra power, specifically Matthew sitting alone on a swing after his mom’s rejection as Connie sings “When a mother leaves her babe to cry in darkness...”

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** Some of the visual accompanying the song give it extra power, specifically [[spoiler:specifically Matthew sitting alone on a swing after his mom’s rejection as Connie sings “When a mother leaves her babe to cry in darkness...”]]

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**Some of the visual accompanying the song give it extra power, specifically Matthew sitting alone on a swing after his mom’s rejection as Connie sings “When a mother leaves her babe to cry in darkness...”


* "Dark Side of the Boob" has the Shame Wizard's [[[[https://youtu.be/dtRq5p8NdKA epic]] VillainSong, which would not be out of place in a Disney movie.

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* "Dark Side of the Boob" has the Shame Wizard's [[[[https://youtu.[[https://youtu.be/dtRq5p8NdKA epic]] VillainSong, which would not be out of place in a Disney movie.


* The episode starts off with an [[https://youtu.be/A5ELCsQUxaU anti-Valentine's Day]] song that ends up including most of the cast and serves as a MassiveMultiplayerNumber for the series up to this point as well as establishing everyone's views on Valentine's Day for the episode to come.

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* The episode starts off with an [[https://youtu.be/A5ELCsQUxaU anti-Valentine's Day]] song that ends up including most of the cast and serves as a MassiveMultiplayerNumber MassiveMultiplayerEnsembleNumber for the series up to this point as well as establishing everyone's views on Valentine's Day for the episode to come.


* [[https://youtu.be/dtRq5p8NdKA "Dark Side of the Boob"]] has the Shame Wizard's epic VillainSong, which would not be out of place in a Disney movie.

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* [[https://youtu.be/dtRq5p8NdKA "Dark Side of the Boob"]] Boob" has the Shame Wizard's epic [[[[https://youtu.be/dtRq5p8NdKA epic]] VillainSong, which would not be out of place in a Disney movie.


** Also the use of the original Music/BlackSabbath version of "Changes" for the "Big Mouth 2052" episode in Season 4.

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** Also the %%* The use of the original Music/BlackSabbath version of "Changes" for the "Big Mouth 2052" episode in Season 4.
%%Why? What's awesome about it?



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** Also the use of the original Music/BlackSabbath version of "Changes" for the "Big Mouth 2052" episode in Season 4.


* DeVon's voice actor, Jak Knight, gets to show off his singing talent in the song "Code Switchin'", which is catchy while educating people on what the term really means.

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* DeVon's [=DeVon's=] voice actor, Jak Knight, gets to show off his singing talent in the song "Code Switchin'", which is catchy while educating people on what the term really means.

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* DeVon's voice actor, Jak Knight, gets to show off his singing talent in the song "Code Switchin'", which is catchy while educating people on what the term really means.


* "I Used to Be Her Favorite", which Matthew sings at the end of "The Funeral" is a real TearJerker, being about [[spoiler:his otherwise extremely close and loving relationship with his mother now being strained when he comes out to her and she can't accept]], but also a great showcase for Andrew Rannels' vocal chops.

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* "I Used to Be Her Favorite", which Matthew sings at the end of "The Funeral" Funeral", is a real TearJerker, being about [[spoiler:his otherwise extremely close and loving relationship with his mother now being strained when he comes out to her and she can't accept]], but also a great showcase for Andrew Rannels' vocal chops.



* "Whatcha Gonna Do?" in "What are You Gonna Do?". I mean, Rick may be TheUnintelligible, but if you look at the subtitles, the lyrics he is garbling really are meaningful.

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* "Whatcha Gonna Do?" in "What are You Gonna Do?". I mean, Rick may be TheUnintelligible, but if you look at the subtitles, the lyrics he is garbling really are meaningful.


* "I Used to Be Her Favorite", which Matthew sings at the end of "The Funeral" is a real TearJerker, but also a great showcase for Andrew Rannels' vocal chops.

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* "I Used to Be Her Favorite", which Matthew sings at the end of "The Funeral" is a real TearJerker, being about [[spoiler:his otherwise extremely close and loving relationship with his mother now being strained when he comes out to her and she can't accept]], but also a great showcase for Andrew Rannels' vocal chops.

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* The lyrics of Music/CarlySimon's "Jesse" take on a whole new meaning during the credits of "The Funeral" when they apply to Jessie, especially "Jesse, I'll always cut fresh flowers for you" and "Jesse, I will change the sheets for you".

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* The "Previously on Big Mouth" song is so damn catchy, and not really worthy of having a "Skip Recap" button on it!
* "I Used to Be Her Favorite", which Matthew sings at the end of "The Funeral" is a real TearJerker, but also a great showcase for Andrew Rannels' vocal chops.
* "Whatcha Gonna Do?" in "What are You Gonna Do?". I mean, Rick may be TheUnintelligible, but if you look at the subtitles, the lyrics he is garbling really are meaningful.

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