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22nd Jan '16 2:46:19 PM StFan
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* An issue of ''ComicBook/{{Daredevil}}'' has a child singing the theme song to ''WesternAnimation/AvengersEarthsMightiestHeroes''.
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* An issue of ''ComicBook/{{Daredevil}}'' has a child singing the theme song to ''WesternAnimation/AvengersEarthsMightiestHeroes''.''WesternAnimation/TheAvengersEarthsMightiestHeroes''.
8th Jan '16 6:00:23 PM nombretomado
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** A later issue of ''Avengers Assemble'' reveals that SpiderWoman has it as her ringtone. In the final issue, Captain America has it downloaded to Anya/Spider-Girl's phone. The last panel is of her dancing to it.
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** A later issue of ''Avengers Assemble'' reveals that SpiderWoman ComicBook/SpiderWoman has it as her ringtone. In the final issue, Captain America has it downloaded to Anya/Spider-Girl's phone. The last panel is of her dancing to it.
27th Nov '15 5:43:05 PM comicwriter
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* One of the first times {{Deadpool}} breaks the FourthWall is when on his way to fight TheHulk he starts singing the theme song from the {{Series}} ''TheIncredibleHulk''.
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* One of the first times {{Deadpool}} breaks the FourthWall is when on his way to fight TheHulk he starts singing the theme song from the {{Series}} ''TheIncredibleHulk''.''Series/TheIncredibleHulk''.

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* One of the first times {{Deadpool}} breaks the FourthWall is when on his way to fight TheHulk he starts singing the theme song from the {{Series}} ''TheIncredibleHulk''.''DC Comics Bombshells'' #19 has a variation: -->'''Harper Row''': "[[Series/{{Batman}} Na na na na na na na na Batgirls!]]"
12th Jul '15 11:06:19 AM Anddrix
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* Three instances in ''WesternAnimation/TheSpongeBobMovieSpongeOutOfWater'': ** When the camera reveals the island which marks Bikini Bottom, we hear the last eight notes of the theme. ** The seagulls begin singing the song, but Burger-Beard stops them. ** The full audio from [[WesternAnimation/SpongeBobSquarePants the TV version]] of the theme is heard at the end.
4th Jul '15 9:17:37 PM Adept
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* In the first episode of the early-1980s Public Radio serialization of ''StarWars'', the famous Main Title fades down and is filtered to become -- the background music of a commercial for the Imperial Merchant Marine Corps to which Luke is listening. * In StanFreberg's ''Franchise/{{Dragnet}}'' spoof "Little Blue Riding Hood," Granny's doorbell plays the ''Dragnet'' theme. (For this and its A-side "St. George And The Dragonet," the orchestra used was the actual ''Dragnet'' orchestra, as Jack Webb loved the idea!)
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* In the first episode of the early-1980s Public Radio serialization of ''StarWars'', ''Franchise/StarWars'', the famous Main Title fades down and is filtered to become -- the background music of a commercial for the Imperial Merchant Marine Corps to which Luke is listening. * In StanFreberg's Creator/StanFreberg's ''Franchise/{{Dragnet}}'' spoof "Little Blue Riding Hood," Granny's doorbell plays the ''Dragnet'' theme. (For this and its A-side "St. George And The Dragonet," the orchestra used was the actual ''Dragnet'' orchestra, as Jack Webb loved the idea!)

* One episode of ''TheNavyLark'' has Sub-Lieutenant Phillips whistling the show's theme music as a "Ditty" he'd picked up somewhere. He's promptly told to stop it by the rest of the cast as it [[BitingTheHandHumor sounds silly and annoying]].
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* One episode of ''TheNavyLark'' ''Radio/TheNavyLark'' has Sub-Lieutenant Phillips whistling the show's theme music as a "Ditty" he'd picked up somewhere. He's promptly told to stop it by the rest of the cast as it [[BitingTheHandHumor sounds silly and annoying]].
26th May '15 11:22:48 PM TVRulezAgain
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* The ending credits music of ''SuburbanKnights'' can be heard over the stoner's radio in the first scene.
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* The ending credits music of ''SuburbanKnights'' ''WebVideo/SuburbanKnights'' can be heard over the stoner's radio in the first scene.
19th May '15 12:31:31 PM MechWarrior
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Not the same thing as TitleThemeDrop, which is when a title theme is also used in the context of the work itself such as if a remix of the title theme plays when fighting the final boss of a video game, though there may be some overlap at times, if both are used within the same work. Basically, if a character hums the theme tune, a band plays it or it's on a ringtone or something -- if it's diegetic-- then it's this trope. If the theme song plays as the soundtrack over the episode, then it's a TitleThemeDrop. If the ''lyrics'' of the theme tune (or any other song) are used in dialogue, it's WaxingLyrical. See also ThemeSongPowerUp.
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Not the same thing as TitleThemeDrop, which is when a title theme is also used in the context of the work itself such as if a remix of the title theme plays when fighting the final boss of a video game, though there may be some overlap at times, if both are used within the same work. Basically, if a character hums the theme tune, a band plays it or it's on a ringtone or something -- if it's diegetic-- then it's this trope. If the theme song plays as the soundtrack over the episode, then it's a TitleThemeDrop. If the ''lyrics'' of the theme tune (or any other song) are used in dialogue, it's WaxingLyrical. See also ThemeSongPowerUp. ThemeMusicPowerUp.
7th Apr '15 11:20:03 AM nombretomado
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* In Act II of ''DoctorHorriblesSingAlongBlog'', the Doctor's cellphone ringtone is the first two bars of the Bad Horse theme.
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* In Act II of ''DoctorHorriblesSingAlongBlog'', ''WebVideo/DoctorHorriblesSingAlongBlog'', the Doctor's cellphone ringtone is the first two bars of the Bad Horse theme.
13th Mar '15 12:04:35 PM TVRulezAgain
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* While ''TheIncredibles'' doesn't have a proper theme song, the most-repeated motif from the score is called "Mr. Incredible's Theme". Bob Parr can be heard humming this melody when he returns home after a night of clandestine superheroing. In addition, one of the DVD {{Easter Egg}}s shows Mr. Incredible dancing to a swing version of the theme.
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* While ''TheIncredibles'' ''WesternAnimation/TheIncredibles'' doesn't have a proper theme song, the most-repeated motif from the score is called "Mr. Incredible's Theme". Bob Parr can be heard humming this melody when he returns home after a night of clandestine superheroing. In addition, one of the DVD {{Easter Egg}}s shows Mr. Incredible dancing to a swing version of the theme.
28th Feb '15 12:12:55 AM erforce
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-->--'''Marge Simpson''' after hearing Bart whistle The Simpsons theme song while coming into the kitchen, ''WesternAnimation/TheSimpsons''
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-->--'''Marge -->-- '''Marge Simpson''' after hearing Bart whistle The Simpsons theme song while coming into the kitchen, ''WesternAnimation/TheSimpsons''

* At the beginning of George Michael's "Faith" video, "I Want Your Sex" is playing on a jukebox (the very first image of the video). Interestingly enough, upon release "Sex" was used less to advertise the "Faith" album (released in October, as opposed to this song's June) than the recently new film [[BeverlyHillsCop ''Beverly Hills Cop II'']]. * LimpBizkit's "Rollin'" video began with Ben Stiller and Stephen Dorff pulling up to Fred Durst-- while their car's radio plays "My Generation" (the band's previous single, not the Who song). * [[JasonDerulo "Whatcha Say"]] can be heard at the start of the "In My Head" video, either coming from a car radio or the speakers of the convenience store whose parking lot is the video's location.
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* At the beginning of George Michael's "Faith" video, "I Want Your Sex" is playing on a jukebox (the very first image of the video). Interestingly enough, upon release "Sex" was used less to advertise the "Faith" album (released in October, as opposed to this song's June) than the recently new film [[BeverlyHillsCop ''Beverly Hills Cop II'']]. ''Film/BeverlyHillsCopII''. * LimpBizkit's Music/LimpBizkit's "Rollin'" video began with Ben Stiller and Stephen Dorff pulling up to Fred Durst-- while their car's radio plays "My Generation" (the band's previous single, not the Who song). * [[JasonDerulo [[Music/JasonDerulo "Whatcha Say"]] can be heard at the start of the "In My Head" video, either coming from a car radio or the speakers of the convenience store whose parking lot is the video's location.
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