Hey Joel - Netflix
This animated comedy depicts the adventures of Joel Stein, host of an rock-star interview show on VH1. Joel is badgering his famous guests with obnoxious, aggressive, and frequently inappropriate questions. Other characters in this workplace comedy include: Michele, Joel's producer, whom he has a crush on; Kevin, his loyal P.A.; Leif, his nemesis, who is VH1's star; Z, the head of programming; several "famous rock stars" every week.
Runtime: 30 minutes
Hey Joel - Hey Boy Hey Girl - Netflix
“Hey Boy Hey Girl” is a song by British big beat duo The Chemical Brothers. It was released as a single from their 1999 album Surrender. It peaked at number three on the UK Singles Chart in June 1999 and remained on the chart for ten weeks. It also reached the top 10 in Finland, Ireland, New Zealand, Norway, and Spain, as well on Canada's RPM Dance Chart. In the latter country, it did not make it onto the RPM Top Singles Chart, but it did debut and peak at number 3 on the Canadian Singles Chart. The song dates back to 1997, when it was in the Radio 1 Anti-Nazi Mix. The song is a track in the 2011 video game Just Dance 3, and it is also featured in the 2012 video game Lumines Electronic Symphony by Ubisoft. It was also used during the introduction of Forza Horizon.
Hey Joel - Plagiarism allegations - Netflix
In an interview with BELPOP, Lords of Acid founder Praga Khan confronted the Chemical Brothers backstage over the drum programming used in “Hey Boy Hey Girl” that is identical to “I Sit On Acid 2000” released by Lords of Acid. Their response to the allegations was “Everyone steals from everyone.”
Hey Joel - References - Netflix