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Author: Andrew Sylvester
Posted: Jan 29 2003 - 06:41 PM
Subject: I heard this on a 'Futurama' episode
That was the theme from The Odd Couple.
Author: Peter Modin
Posted: Jan 11 2003 - 11:40 PM
Subject: I heard this on a 'Futurama' episode
Perhaps it was composed specifically for Futurama (the episode where Bender and Fry look for an apartment: as they deliberately mess one up to make it look more like a bachelor's den, the tune is played), but I don't think so. Kind of catchy 60's tune with a laid back clav in the background, the tune being played on a sax. If anyone figures this one out, I'll be greatful and baffled.

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