(He quoted the title, he didn't sing any of it)
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In a [[Season 33 (2002)|season 33]] ''[[Sesame Street]]'' [[The Number of the Day|Number of the Day]] sketch for the number [[0]], [[Count von Count]] celebrates the disappearance of his [[Pipe Organ|pipe organ]] by singing a few bars of the song.
 
In a [[Season 33 (2002)|season 33]] ''[[Sesame Street]]'' [[The Number of the Day|Number of the Day]] sketch for the number [[0]], [[Count von Count]] celebrates the disappearance of his [[Pipe Organ|pipe organ]] by singing a few bars of the song.
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A parody commercial of food songs in [[Episode 112: Food|episode 112]] of ''[[The Jim Henson Hour]]'' includes the song "I Got Plenty o' Mutton."
   
 
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Revision as of 05:37, January 23, 2014

Music by George Gershwin
Lyrics by Ira Gershwin and DuBose Heyward
Date 1935
Source Porgy and Bess (opera)
Publisher Dubose and Dorothy Heyward Memorial Fund; George Gershwin Music; Ira Gershwin Music; WB Music Corp.

"I Got Plenty o' Nuttin'," from the opera Porgy and Bess, is performed in Act II by Porgy, explaining his positive attitude toward being poor.

In a season 33 Sesame Street Number of the Day sketch for the number 0, Count von Count celebrates the disappearance of his pipe organ by singing a few bars of the song.

A parody commercial of food songs in episode 112 of The Jim Henson Hour includes the song "I Got Plenty o' Mutton."

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