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'Boys Don't Cry' in Irish TV comedy
« on: August 18, 2014, 23:06:07 »
'Boys Don't Cry' can be heard (just) over the tail end of the episode 'The Bell-End Of An Era' (funny title, gives you an idea of how 'filthy' the show is...love it!) from the Irish TV comedy 'Moone Boy'.  This episode was originally aired in the UK in 2012 but I just saw it a couple days ago.  Great show if you get a chance to see it.  The theme of the song fits in with what was going on in the show at the time, much better than just sticking it in gratuitously to be 'hip'.
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