Which of these TV theme songs is not sung by a lead character on the show?
Laverne & Shirley
The Dukes of Hazzard
Written by Bruce Miller, the iconic theme song to the beloved television series “Frazier,” starring Kelsey Grammer, was sung by none other than Grammer himself. The whimsical title of this catchy little diddy is titled “Tossed Salads & Scrambled Eggs.” According to the show’s producers, the title is a metaphor for the jumbled thoughts and emotions of Frasier’s psychiatric patients. Interestingly, Bruce Miller originally intended Mel Tormé to sing the tune, but producers insisted on Kelsey Grammer—a decision Miller ultimately thought worked. We agree.
The correct answer is Frasier.