Time to find out if you’re a young Paul, a psychedelic John, a hippie George, or…y’know, a Ringo.
For the Behavioral Analysis Unit, it’s all in the details. Some insider information from the show’s executive producers, in honor of the 200th episode.
They weren’t just the greatest band of all time, they were also the greatest band ever when it came to saucy comebacks.
The other two Beatles couldn’t be there, so they did Paul’s new song “Queenie Eye.”
As the villainous Fibonacci Sequins who he’s also voicing!!! Powerpuff Girls premieres Monday, January 20 at 7:30 p.m. (ET/PT) on Cartoon Network.
Just a warning, but the story behind the “egg man” line in “I Am the Walrus” is kinda gross.
Aw, come on, don’t make Morgan Freeman say “twerk.”
Because sometimes, all you need is LOLz.
Get in touch with your mop-top alter ego.
After 24 seasons, it’d be easier to list who HASN’T been on the show. It’s still unclear whether or not Michael Jackson counts, though.
The kids’ TV show about trains had a lot going for it. Like mini-Ringo Starr!
Inspired by this wonderful Dangerous Minds post, we seek to make a definitive list. Ah, the 1970s.
Catch a glimpse of the Fab Four laying down “I’ve Got A Feeling” in 1969.
He tweets like he’s on a top-secret mission and can’t disclose his location or any actual words.
Ringo Starr’s face in things > Jesus’ face in things. [Editor’s Note: These are high-speed images of a water droplet on a lotus leaf, taken by a team researching water-repellent leaf behavior at Duke University, so it’s, like, totally scientific and stuff.]
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In this video, Ringo (irritably) explains that he can no longer answer fan mail as of Oct. 20. Peace and love, though, guys - peace and love.
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