Caption: This co-peep-right infringement case is making all the headlines! Marvin Gaye’s estate sued Robin Thicke, Pharrell, and the artist known as T.I., alleging that their hit song, “Blurred Lines” infringed on Gaye’s co-peep-right in his song “Got to Give it Up” and others. After being instructed on the peeptection of the Co-peep-right Act, a jury found, by a peeponderance of the evidence, that Thicke and Pharrell had infringed on Gaye’s musical masterpeeps. Here, we have recreated the “Blurred Lines” music video, complete with Thicke, Pharrell, dancing girls (chicks), hashtags, and a sheep, while Marvin Gaye in his beard and beanie looks down from heaven with his $7.3M award and the scales of justice. Got to give it up, indeed.