I’ve been on a TV Show theme-song kick lately and it’s really started to interrupt my life. For instance, I’ll be feeding my robot or shaving my pussycat and begin singing, “Show me that smile a show me that smile….” I love the Growing Pains themesong so much that it’s on my mp3 player and actually motivates me through part of my workout. It usually comes on right after “Hero” by none other than the great Enrique Iglesius. I love when he whispers “Let me be your hero..”
Anyways, I’ve been laying in bed late at night a lot recently trying to figure out what the greatest theme song of all time is. Like kitten mittens, it’s been DRIVING ME CRAAAAAAZZZZZYYYYYYYYY!!
I skipped sleeping last night and sat up in my room through all hours of the night, constructing a bracket style tournament to figure out what the greatest theme song ever is. I figure the EOTM Blog’s audience of nearly 47 million would give me a good idea of which one is the best. I’ll start with round 1 this week, beginning in the Wild Wild West Bracket:
In other news, my landlord decided to ask my roommates and I for an extra $80 in rent this month because she says there was a spike in our water bill. In our lease agreement it states that we are responsible for all utilities except water. Apparently that isn’t clear enough for her, so I’ve come up with a list of analogies that I hope will help her to understand that we are not responsible for paying the water bill. I’ll start with an easy one: