Popular Culture References
- In The Simpsons episode Whacking Day and Margical History Tour Bart gets in trouble for singing "Beans, Beans, The Musical Fruit"
- In Salute Your Shorts Bobby Budnick twice attempted to recite "Beans, Beans..." in a camera audition for a camp play but was interrupted by Counselor Kevin "Ug" Lee both times.
- In The Dark Tower: The Gunslinger, "Beans, Beans, The Musical Fruit" is the only thing that Zoltan's raven will say
- In Skullmonkeys during a cut-scene between levels.
- B&M Beans used the first iteration, replacing the last line with "So eat B&M Beans at every meal".
- A version of the rhyme appears at the beginning of Robert Crumb's comic strip, "Crybaby's Blues".
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