How the Hell Did This Go #1?

Kirk Buchner and Andrea Tessmann look at Sheriff, a Canadian band who went #1 in 1989 with a song they released seven years before, with no video, and had long since broken up.
Kirk Buchner and Andrea Tessmann need a special guest to look at this 1992 look at sexiness, and they bring in renaissance man, Kenny Casanova.
Kirk Buchner and Andrea Tessmann take a trip acorss the tracks to the Sugar Shack, and look at a song that benefited and was a victim of its time.
Kirk Buchner and Andrea Tessmann look at the husband & wife team's first ever number one, and ask how?
Kirk Buchner and Andrea Tessmann look at the only hit song of Bobby McFerrin, and how this fluke went to the top.
Kirk Buchner and Andrea Tessmann look at Wham!'s first U.S. hit, and the sheer annoyingly happiness of it.
Kirk Buchner and Andrea Tessmann RickRoll the audience with a look at a man who does not match his voice.
Kirk Buchner and Andrea Tessmann look at the sappiest song of the 70s, and look at the Skyrockets in Flight.
Kirk Buchner and Andrea Tessmann look at the legendary Ray Charles, and one of his most famous and enduring songs.
Kirk Buchner and Andrea Tessmann look at the disco interpretation of the Star Wars Theme that went #1 in 1977.
Kirk Buchner and Andrea Tessmann look at the power pop classic, and the pervy background behind it.
A very drunk Kirk Buchner and Andrea Tessmann are joined by three Aussies as they discuss...what else? "Down Under" by Men At Work.
Kirk Buchner and Andrea Tessmann look at Melanie's lone #1 Hit, "Brand New Key".
Kirk Buchner and Andrea Tessmann take a trip to Austria and look back at Falco's lone stateside hit, "Rock Me Amadeus".
Kirk Buchner and Andrea Tessmann shake their pom poms and look at the only hit of Toni Basil's career, "Mickey"
Kirk Buchner and Andrea Tessmann look at the legendary Bill Withers and his first number one, "Lean on Me".
Kirk Buchner and Andrea Tessmann go back to the mall., and explore the teenage phenomenon, Tiffany, and he climb to the top.
Kirk Buchner and Andrea Tessmann work the grind and go "9 To 5", the number one by Dolly Parton.
Kirk Buchner and Andrea Tessmann discest Billy Joel's last #1, "We Didn't Start the Fire."
Kirk Buchner and Andrea Tessmann look at the biggest sell out of all-time, The Black Eyed Peas and "I Gotta Feeling".