The dating game theme song lyrics
In American Pie 2, the band camp counselor plays the song on his trumpet, not knowing that the trumpet had just been inserted into Jason Biggs' character's buttocks.
The 1997-2001 Nickelodeon TV show The Angry Beavers had a theme song reminiscent of "Spanish Flea".
In an episode of Supernatural, the song is played when a pair of demons call Crowley (the King of Hell) from a hunter's trap.
In the 2013 film White House Down, the ring-tone can be heard repetitively in the film on the character of Richard Jenkins' mobile cell phone.
Perfect Match was a classic Australian dating game show that was a cross between formats of The Dating Game and Love Connection from the U. The asking contestant first asked three questions to all three contestants; the contestant declared to have the best answer from each of those questions earned one point.
In early episodes, the three contestants originally scored points depending on the contestant deciding who gave the best answer from those questions.
After the couple's holiday destination was announced, Dexter the Robot (later Agro in 2002) then announced which of the three contestants was the asking contestant's "perfect match" with a compatability score out of 100. The basic object of the game was for a contestant to select a blind date from three other contestants of the opposite sex, based on answers to questions posed to those three contestants. The first version of Perfect Match aired on Network Ten from 1984 to 1989, while the 2002 revival aired on the Seven Network.In addition to its use in The Dating Game, the song has been used in a variety of film and television soundtracks.It was one of two Alpert songs in a 1966 animated cartoon by John Hubley, A Herb Alpert and the Tijuana Brass Double Feature.