Meh, I guess these can be pretty interesting sometimes, especially if someone put a lot of thought and effort into the writing. But I'm always so cynical about it, that I find something that they screwed up that wouldn't make sense in the cannon of whatever show they are talking about. Which is just a children's show. Sad, I know.
You know what, the grandaddy of all of these isn't even a children's cartoon, and it is a lot more devised and intricate than any of these. It's the "Paul is Dead" theory, that I'm sure most of not all of the Beatles fans have heard of by now. There was even a movie made recently that apparently features the voice of George Harrison on a lost tape recording, telling all the "facts" and how John was murdered because of it, and that he would go soon after. And the British government was involved, and ect.
It was all very entertaining, and it's fun to try to think of it as a true story when watching, but I had to go all cynical about things again and notice an error. The "George" talking on the tape says that John wrote the song "it's Only a Northern Song" for whatever reason, but I know for a fact that it is a song written and sung by Harrison himself. While the rest of it is very detailed and gets most of the songs and albums and ect correct, that one mistake blew the entertainment for me.
Not like it hasn't happened before, people often mistake John and George's voice, as they ARE very similar. You'd have to listen to the Beatles a lot to really tell the difference. A very often mistake is that people think that "Something" was written/sung by John Lennon and not George Harrison. Even the late Frank Sinatra got that one wrong. Even my ex was really upset when I told her who it was actually written by, since John Lennon is one of her favorite artists. She responded to my stating I "Ruined her childhood" :P
I need to learn to play along better...