Penn Badgley shares a shot about The Beatles and we can’t ignore it

“Ask me why” this Beatles pun went totally over our head!

In the episode “Eddie Vedder” of Unintelligent podcast, released February 14, hosts Arnett, jason batman and Sean Hayes drew the listener’s attention to a sloppy pun and now we can’t look back! When discussing how they watched the Beatles documentary together, Jason chimed in to let listeners know that the “Beat” in The Beatles is a pun on musical beats.

Jason said, referring to his co-host Sean, “That ding dong didn’t get The Beatles, spelled BEAT, like the beat, like you make a beat out of music.” Sean added, “I didn’t know that. Isn’t that so stupid?”

Jason further explained to Sean, and probably many of us listeners at home, that while a beetle is spelled BEET, the rock band used a different spelling to play on the idea of ​​a beetle game. musical words.

But it looks like Sean isn’t the only one who learned “something” new. You Star Penn Badgley taken to Twitter to share his thoughts on the matter, writing, “I support @SeanHayes because I too didn’t know the Beatles name was a pun.”

He added, “After all this time, I…never thought about it. And I do think about it a lot.


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