In the first episode of the Hulu TV series, Harry Nilsson's "Coconut" is heard.


Harry Nilsson’s "Coconut" accompanies a playful daytime cocktail-making session and this party-for-one is about to get rudely interrupted by a White House administration embroiled in scandal. [1]
Michelle Pfeiffer is so good as Betty Ford that you’ll wish Congress would pass a bill forcing her to work more. Her opening scene, in which her character dances across a porch to Harry Nilsson’s "Coconut," provides as much insight about a historic figure as Ken Burns gets across in an hour of old photos [2]