How the Hell Did This Go #1?

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".
Kirk Buchner and Andrea Tessmann discuss the weird way that Sammy Davis Jr. went to the top with "Candy Man" in 1972.
Kirk Buchner and Andrea Tessmann make a trip to Funkytown, U.S.A., and explore the man behind it, the woman ignore from it, and the woman who became its face.
Kirk Buchner and Andrea Tessmann look at the only #1 hit by the Barenaked Ladies, "One Week", which was on top for...one week in 1998.
Kirk Buchner and Andrea Tessmann look back at the first #1 of the 1980s, "Escape" (The Pina Colada Song), and its overall cheesiness.
Kirk Buchner and Andrea Tessmann look at the complicated history of the Tokens' #1 Hit from 1961, "The Lion Sleeps Tonight".
Kirk Buchner and Andrea Tessmann look at 1983's Sweet Dreams (Are Made of This) by Eurythmics.
Kirk Buchner and Andrea Tessmann go to 1992 and the only number one hit by Sir-Mix-A-Lot, "Baby Got Back".
Kirk Buchner and Andrea Tessmann travel to Riverdale, and look at the "Sugar Sugar" by the Archies, the biggest hit of 1969.
Kirk Buchner and Andrea Tessmann discuss the Miami Vice Theme, a number one hit in 1985 by Jan Hammer.
Kirk Buchner and Andrea Tessmann travel back to 1976 and experience the CB craze with "Convoy", the lone #1 by CW McCall.
Kirk Buchner and Andrea Tessmann look back at Childish Gambino's "This Is America' from 2018.
Kirk Buchner and Andrea Tessmann look at Katy Perry's first hit, "I Kissed A Girl", and openly ask if she really did.
Kirk Buchner and Andrea Tessman go back to 1985 and look at Dire Straits lone #1, "Money For Nothing".
Kirk Buchner and Andrea Tessmann look at Marky Mark and the Funky Bunch who went #1 with "Good Vibrations" in 1991.
Kirk Buchner and Andrea Tessmann look at the first Christmas song to go #. Kirk and Andrea also look at their favorite and most despised holiday songs.
Kirk Buchner and Andrea Tessmann remembers how everybody was "Kung Fu Fighting" in 1974. This was Carl Douglas' lone #1.
The Buck (Kirk Buchner) and Andrea Tessmann look at Chuck Berry's lone #1, "My Ding-A-Ling", and how this happened.
Kirk Buchner and Andrea Tessmann look at the strange times that led "Dominique" by the Singing Nun to the top of the charts in December of 1963.