The Frasier Theme Song Mystery Explained



Have you ever sat down to watch an episode of the sitcom Frasier and found yourself wondering "Gee, I wonder what the heck they mean by tossed salad and scrambled eggs in the theme song?"

Well, wonder no longer because the mystery has been solved! Apparently when the composer Bruce Miller sat down to write the song, he couldn't find a nice way to describe the nutjobs that call in to Frasier's show, so he vented his frustration to a friend who quickly came up with "tossed salad and scrambled eggs, because they're all mixed up!"

And the award for pure brilliance in sitcom theme song writing goes to....that guy!

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I always thought he had a bad case of food poisoning from eating "tossed salads and scrambled eggs" and the "calling again" referred to another trip to the toilet.

I think I still prefer my version...
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