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The main title card of the revival series displays the show's title as Mike Judge's Beavis and Butt-Head with Judge's name replacing the MTV logo.
These often opened with the show's main title logo within the teaser scene ; from season four onward, the show began using an anthropomorphic version of the logo in the opening scenes, using various animations.
In 1929, Gordon was starring in the title role of " Serena Blandish " when she became pregnant by the show's producer, Jed Harris.
Berman explained the decision to initially exclude the words " Star Trek " from the show's title:
His cartoons linked the show's sketches together, and defined the group's visual language in other media ( such as LP and book covers, and the title sequences of their films ).
The show's version is often referred to by characters and fans as " Whatever Happened, Happened " ( also the title of an episode ).
In a 2010 issue of TV Guide, the show's opening title sequence ranked # 4 on a list of TV's top 10 credits sequences, as selected by readers.
Sometimes, this title is conferred upon a celebrity or notable creator who has lent his or her name to a project to boost its prestige or credibility, as a recognition of newly-acquired industry status, or as a perk to the show's main star or creative force.
The series ' theme song, " Under the Gun ," was written by Randy Newman, who also performed it in the series ' title sequence music video-style in a recording studio, complete with a full backing band and the show's cast ( appearing out of character ) serving as an audience.
These games featured both the show's title logo on the game's packaging and label and the first several notes of the theme song played on the title screen of the games.
In the earlier episodes, as mentioned in the show's opening title, Hercules ' main nemesis is his evil stepmother Hera, the powerful queen of the gods, who seeks to destroy Hercules using various monsters, because he is a reminder of her husband Zeus ' infidelity.
The opening title sequence features many scenes filmed on location in Minneapolis in both summer and winter, as well as a few clips from the show's studio scenes.
In 2010, TV Guide ranked the show's opening title sequence No. 3 on a list of TV's top 10 credits sequences, as selected by readers.
The show's name had to be changed because Merriman had given Beyond Our Ken its original title.
The show's working title was What's Lizzie Thinking?
Co-creator Matt Maiellaro announced that for the 2012 season the show's title would be changed to Aqua Something You Know Whatever and that it is the producer's intention to change the title every year.
The word ' likely ' in the show's title ( which in some Northern English dialects means likeable ) is somewhat ambiguous.
The Lads frequently did ask each other the question in the show's title, Whatever happened to us?
Between 1975 and 1980, she created such characters as Roseanne Roseannadanna, an obnoxious woman with wild black hair whose trademark complaint, " It's always something -- if it ain't one thing, it's another ", gave her autobiography its title, and who would tell stories about the gross habits of celebrities on the show's " Weekend Update " news segment, inspired in name and appearance by Rose Ann Scamardella, a news anchor at WABC-TV in New York City.
The movie later inspired a television soap opera in 1967, though without the hyphen in the show's title.
In this context, it should be mentioned that Diana Ross & the Supremes, frequent guests on Sullivan's show, debuted their then-release and eventual controversial # 1 hit song " Love Child " on Sullivan's show, but nothing about its title or its content about a woman in poverty having a child out of wedlock seemed to faze Sullivan, the show's producers, or the network.
This Hour Has 22 Minutes ( almost always referred to since fall 2009 as simply 22 Minutes ; the full title is still seen briefly in the show's current introduction ) is a weekly Canadian television comedy that airs on CBC Television.

show's and sequence
Sarris's men activate the ship's self-destruct sequence, but Jason and Alexander use a gambit from one of the show's episodes to kill the aliens guarding them.
Shots from the show's original opening credit sequence.
This sequence was used as the opening of a 1975 documentary on the success of the series in schools that was included in The Best of The Electric Company Volume 2 DVD boxed set ; however, the music from the show's opening was used for the documentary.
A reminder of the tragedy appears in the opening sequence of the show's first season, when the theme song is played.
After completion of the pilot episode, the budget would not allow an elaborate scene to serve as the sequence played during the show's opening credits.
In 1996 the character appeared on " Call Waiting ", an episode of Roseanne, in a dream sequence experienced by the show's lead.
Despite the new tube station opening sequence, the occasionally seen exterior shots of the show's locales along with brief glimpses of Sadie's home and the frequently visited Charnham Common suggested that Charnham was a modern, green and spacious small town.
The sequence ended with a segue to a set built to resemble the rooftop of an apartment building, where the show's dancers performed a routine and opened a door to let Keenen Ivory Wayans greet the audience.
The season one main opening was a simple eight-second sequence which showed the window of a subway train with moving through and quickly stopping at the original show logo, which then peeled off to reveal the names of the show's creators.
In the show's first two seasons, Tracy hosts a " Tracy Asks ..." sequence in which she asks a question, e. g., " Which came first, the chicken or the egg?
The show's title sequence began with someone leaving a message on Rockford's answering machine, which were still novel in 1974.
Despite appearing in the show's opening sequence, Coconuts appears less often than Scratch and Grounder.
The title sequence of the Mickey Mouse Club TV show's original run ended with Donald Duck striking a gong, with varying results.
The show's opening credit sequence shows the Arthur Daley and Terry McCann characters negotiating over the sale of the white Ford Capri interspersed with still photos of the two main characters, highlighting Terry's credentials as a retired boxer and ex-convict, this presumably symbolising the characters ' first meeting and the terms of their partnership.
The progression of each episode essentially followed an improv format known as the Harold, which was invented by Del Close, improv teacher and mentor to the UCB ( who also contributed the voiceover in the show's opening title sequence ).
During the show's three-year hiatus from American television, CBC Television in Canada continued to use this title sequence and theme music for their own versions of the show.
It is frequently made to " dance " and gets its own credit in the show's opening sequence ; the origins of that tattoo, and one of a sailing ship on Little Pete's back, are unclear.
The story they created was very loosely based on the " parallel time " sequence of the TV show, and was centered around the show's other popular male lead Quentin Collins, played by David Selby.
The show's opening sequence begins by showing the image, remarkable for its time, of one of these contact lenses being removed from an obviously real eye with a pair of forceps — although the lens isn't shown in contact with the eye.
* The October 22, 2010 episode of the CBS drama Medium, featured Mr. Bill being abused by the show's principal character Allison Dubois during the opening sequence.

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