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Just Sit Right Back

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Just Sit Right Back

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They Might Be Giants and Jonathan Coulton believe that modern-day dramas need some theme song love, too. Steve McFarland hide caption

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They Might Be Giants and Jonathan Coulton believe that modern-day dramas need some theme song love, too.

Steve McFarland

It used to be that a TV theme song told an entire show's premise. Lately, all you get is a wordless ditty. In this game, we've rewritten the lyrics to classic TV tunes to be about modern-day dramas.

Plus, They Might Be Giants perform a new song, "Hate The Villanelle," live at the Brooklyn Academy of Music.

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