Super Bad is back! Sometimes, bad can be good (especially when describing certain whistle records), so this week, each answer begins with "bad." You shouldn't have a bad time with this quiz.
1. Welsh band closely associated with the Beatles; Paul McCartney wrote their first hit, "Come and Get It"
2. Inner Circle recorded this theme from the TV show "Cops"
3. Grand Funk had this in 1975
4. Michael Jackson's 1987 album
5. "Now, Junior, behave yourself!"
6. George Thorogood's signature song
7. John Waite's group which hit Number One with "When I See You Smile" in 1989
8. Bruce Springsteen song that begins "Lights out tonight, trouble in the heartland"
9. Jim Croce's 1973 character who was "meaner than a junkyard dog"
10. "...and a piña colada, my friend"
11. Donna Summer's 1979 smash album
12. Paul Rodgers was lead singer of this British band
13. A Number One hit for Neil Sedaka that featured Elton John on backup vocals
14. This 1975 Harold Melvin and the Blue Notes song could be Douglas' theme song
15. Bon Jovi's first release from the 1988 album New Jersey
16. Creedence Clearwater Revival song that many people think points the way to the restroom (but doesn't)
17. Paul McCartney also wrote this 1964 hit for Billy J. Kramer
Bonus: She played Queen Moussette in "Blues Brothers 2000" and has a son with Andre 3000