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NRBQ are an American rock band founded in 1967.
The group served as the unofficial "house band" for The Simpsons for the season 10-12 period in which NRBQ fan Mike Scully was head writer and executive producer.
NRBQ allowed several of their songs to be used on The Simpsons, including "Mayonnaise and Marmalade", written specifically for the show. The band also appeared in animated form as well as on camera during the end credits to perform the show's theme song during the episode Take My Wife, Sleaze.
- Episode – "Sunday, Cruddy Sunday" performing Wild Weekend (audio)
- Episode – "Maximum Homerdrive" performing 12 Bar Blues (audio)
- Episode – "The Old Man and the "C" Student" performing Can't Buy Me Love (audio)
- Episode – "Take My Wife, Sleaze" animated and live-action, performing Mayonnaise and Marmalade (audio)
- Episode – "Insane Clown Poppy" performing I Like That Girl (audio)
- Episode – "Bye Bye Nerdie" performing Always Safety First (audio)
- Episode – "A Hunka Hunka Burns in Love" performing If I Don't Have You (audio)
Note: These performances were in favor of Executive Producer and NRBQ fan Mike Scully.
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