We told you last week about It’s OK To Do Stuff, Conan writer (and Nerdist official apocalyptan) Rob Kutner and the Levinson Brothers’ all-star parody album/homage to the classic of ’70s children’s “good for you” media, Marlo Thomas’ Free to Be… You and Me. And we told you then that you could get the album from the label website but would also be able to get it from iTunes, Amazon, and Google Play.
Well, we weren’t lying, but it took a little longer to get it through all the proper channels. No matter, it’s now available, and Rob let us know today that it’s on iTunes and you can go and get it there now. So click here and buy it at iTunes. The album’s there for $3.99 and you get funny songs featuring folks like Fred Willard, Eddie Pepitone, Lizzy Caplan, Steven Page (formerly of the Barenaked Ladies), Colin Hanks, Megan Amram, Andy Richter… yeah, you want it, especially if you grew up with the free range, gender-neutral, grass-fed original. And the proceeds go to St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital, so you’ll do good AND get some laughs in the bargain. It’s nice to be nice.