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The original theme by Ian Freebairn-Smith is also pretty catchy.
Crossover Ship: Almost a canon example. The end of the Murder, She Wrote crossover teased Higgins and Jessica Fletcher, although it never went past Higgins quite obviously crushing on Jessica, to her (and Magnum's) amusement.
Hilarious in Hindsight: The bad guy in "Don't Say Goodbye" is played by Ted Danson, several years before he and Tom Selleck were two of those Three Men And A Baby. Unfortunately Steve Guttenberg never appeared on the show to complete the set.