: Someone or something has a piece of music associated to them.
- Straight: Terry has a theme song that plays every time he is present during a scene.
- Downplayed: Terry's just got a musical cue to indicate that he's entered, and that's about it.
- Justified: Terry is the President of the United States, and every time he enters a scene it's a formal occasion and the Marine Band is playing "Hail to the Chief"
- Inverted: Every time Terry enters the scene, no music plays.
- Subverted: Terry has no theme to accompany him, and the track normally used continues unimpeded.
- Double Subverted: Terry gets a theme somewhere down the line.
- Parodied: Bob complains that they can't hear Terry talking because his theme is too loud.
- Zig Zagged: Terry's theme plays in some episodes, but not all of them.
- Averted: There is no unique track for Terry.
- Enforced: The music is used to highlight Terry's uniqueness.
- Lampshaded: "Here comes Terry. I can tell because the music changed"
- Invoked: Terry brings a boombox with him to play his theme everywhere he goes.
- Exploited: ???
- Defied: ???
- Discussed: ???
- Conversed: "Why does that theme play every time he enters the scene?"
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