Don't forget, the series also dropped this abomination on the listening public in the spring of 1976. By comparison, Pratt & McClain's Top 10 rendition of the Fox/Gimbel theme song from the same period sounds like musical poetry. It was included on this various-artists album, a mishmash of authentic 1950's rock and roll, new recordings by the likes of Flash Cadillac and the Continental Kids, and one track of a session player reiterating series catchphrases ("Heyyy", "Nerd!" and "Sit on it!" are the three I remember) so the listener could develop just the right intonation. Merchandising!