Television Appearances

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Since 1985, They Might Be Giants have made a frequent number of television appearances almost each year, on a wide variety of both network and cable talk shows, among other things. Below you will find a comprehensive list of these known appearances, along with links to download and view many of them.

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Television performances[edit | edit source]

Thanks to various sites and YouTube uploaders for these videos. Note that some video downloads may require additional codecs, like DivX or Real.

ABC[edit | edit source]

Brave New World[edit | edit source]

Good Morning America[edit | edit source]

Nightline[edit | edit source]

ABC (Australia)[edit | edit source]

Rage[edit | edit source]

Recovery[edit | edit source]

BBC[edit | edit source]

Liquid News[edit | edit source]

The 8:15 from Manchester[edit | edit source]

Tonight with Jonathan Ross[edit | edit source]

Top of the Pops[edit | edit source]

Top of the Pops 2[edit | edit source]

Cartoon Network / Adult Swim[edit | edit source]

Home Movies[edit | edit source]

From the Season 4 episode, "Camp" (episode 41), aired 01/11/2004

Space Ghost Coast to Coast[edit | edit source]

Xavier: Renegade Angel[edit | edit source]

  • John Flansburgh makes live-action cameos as Xavier's computer:
    • Episode 6: "World of Hurt, B.C." - aired 12/09/2007
    • Episode 9: "Signs from Godrilla" - aired 01/06/2008

CBS[edit | edit source]

The Early Show[edit | edit source]

The Late Late Show with Craig Kilborn[edit | edit source]

The Late Late Show with Craig Ferguson[edit | edit source]

Comedy Central[edit | edit source]

The Daily Show[edit | edit source]

Viva Variety[edit | edit source]

Disney Channel[edit | edit source]

Higglytown Heroes[edit | edit source]

  • Here In Higglytown - An animated segment, featured on the Here Come The ABCs DVD, features John and John performing for Higglytown's citizens as a rock band from space. Show first aired 09/12/2004.

FOX[edit | edit source]

The Arsenio Hall Show[edit | edit source]

The Spud Goodman Show[edit | edit source]

Fuse TV[edit | edit source]

Hoppus on Music[edit | edit source]

FX[edit | edit source]

Penn & Teller's Sin City Spectacular[edit | edit source]

Sound fX[edit | edit source]

HBO[edit | edit source]

The Larry Sanders Show[edit | edit source]

JBTV[edit | edit source]

KDOC-TV[edit | edit source]

Request Video[edit | edit source]

MTV[edit | edit source]

120 Minutes[edit | edit source]

The Cutting Edge[edit | edit source]

The Jon Stewart Show[edit | edit source]

Post-Modern MTV[edit | edit source]

Randee of the Redwoods Convention[edit | edit source]

MuchMusic[edit | edit source]

NBC[edit | edit source]

Late Night with David Letterman[edit | edit source]

  • 02/19/1993 (song unknown)

Late Night with Conan O'Brien[edit | edit source]

Late Night with Jimmy Fallon[edit | edit source]

Today[edit | edit source]

The Tonight Show Starring Johnny Carson[edit | edit source]

The Tonight Show with Jay Leno[edit | edit source]

  • At least one more appearance, details unknown

Nickelodeon[edit | edit source]

Blues Clues[edit | edit source]

Nick News with Linda Ellerbee[edit | edit source]

  • Interview - 03/23/2003

Nick Rocks[edit | edit source]

TBS[edit | edit source]

Live from the House of Blues[edit | edit source]

Conan[edit | edit source]

TechTV[edit | edit source]

Call for Help[edit | edit source]

Internet Tonight[edit | edit source]

  • Interview - 06/23/2000 (TechTV was known as ZDTV until August 2000)

The Screen Savers[edit | edit source]

WWOR-TV[edit | edit source]

The Joe Franklin Show[edit | edit source]

Unknown[edit | edit source]

Record Guide '88[edit | edit source]

The New Music[edit | edit source]

Entertainment Tonight[edit | edit source]

See also[edit | edit source]