Covering University of Colorado sports, mostly basketball, since 2010

Monday, March 15, 2010

Your What Hurts?: James Lipton wrote the Thundercats theme song

If you watch Sox games long enough, you get to know Sox announcer Ken "Hawk" Harrelson. Love him or leave him, "Hawk," and his numerous "Hawkisms," are as known to Sox fans as balls and strikes and the dreamy-ness of Gordon Beckham. One of my favorite Hawkisms is "Your What Hurts?" If you say something that makes no sense, hawk will respond with "Your What Hurts?" to both mock you and state his confusion. In that vein, I'm going to start a new series on my blog. This will be a randomly occurring series where I document things that make your brain stop functioning because of their randomness and unbelievability.

For example: the first one is the fact that James Lipton (The "Inside the Actors Studio" Guy) wrote the theme song to the "Thundercats" cartoon show. Really.
(Yep, that guy wrote the Thundercats theme)

Your What Hurts?

Lipton's IMDB page.

Link from Warming Glow.

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