Cocker met his mocker (John Belushi) — and performed a duet of “Feelin’ Alright” — on Saturday Night Live, 1976
When risking all to protect your ex-wife, as Castillo did in this Season 5 Miami Vice ep, who better than Cocker (singing “The One”) to express Marty’s internal angst?
The Wonder Years wouldn’t have been as wonderful without Cocker’s soulful “With a Little Help From My Friends” cover opening every episode.
“Feelin’ Alright” provided the soundtrack for a McNulty-Moreland family dinner during Season 4 of The Wire.
When House‘s title character zoned out, he did so with a killer tune (“Feelin’ Alright” again. Seriously, music directors love this song.)
Abby Lockhart gave her mother some good news — she was going to be a grandma! — while Cocker’s “Many Rivers to Cross” played in the background during Season 12 of ER.
In Season 3, the Entourage moms arrived for the Aquaman premiere backed by “Feelin’ Alright” (yep).
Ah, the ironic use of “Feelin’ Alright”: A couple makes out in the car to Cocker’s upbeat classic… then a serial killer offs them moments later. Then again, this was in Criminal Minds‘ seventh season, so you probably should have known better, anyway.
A Spencer Liff mini-group number set to the Across the Universe mix of Come Together rocked So You Think You Can Dance Season 10