Talk about an earworm! Not only did Netflix's original comedy The Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt bring Tina Fey's unmistakable humor back to TV (fine, it's technically streaming), it also bestowed upon the world the utter joy of its autotuned theme song.
Chances are high that if you've been binge-watching Kimmy Schmidt, a kooky comedy about a doomsday cult survivor (Ellie Kemper) learning about the world after being imprisoned in a bunker for 15 years (yes, it sounds serious but it's pretty silly), you, too, will be singing along with the fake viral video of a neighbor on the news that opens each episode (only to be stuck in your head for the rest of the day).
Turns out, the similarities to the real-life "Bedroom Intruder" song, featuring the now-Internet-famous Antoine Dodson, are no accident. Fey's composer husband Jeff Richmond wrote the Kimmy theme song, which was then produced by the team behind "Bedroom Intruder," The Gregory Brothers, for that viral video twist.
It's so catchy! Plus, females really are strong as hell.
Even better — or maybe equally as good? — is the other fake viral video included in the show, "Pinot Noir." In episode 6, Kimmy's musically inclined roommate, Titus Andromedon, sings a catchy single (also written by Richmond) about the finer things in life that could rival Countess LuAnn de Lesseps' "Chic, C'est La Vie" any day — except the magnificent Tituss Burgess, who plays Andromedon, can actually sing.
Listen to them both, then vote in Us Weekly's very important poll about which one you can't stop singing. (There are no wrong answers!)
Which Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt song is stuck in your head?
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