Try to match these TV theme songs to the correct 2000s sitcoms

From "Superman" and "Superhero" to "Yahoos and Triangles" — maybe you had them on your iPod?


It was a new millennium, but things didn't feel so drastically different on television. Family sitcoms, teen sitcoms and cartoons kept us laughing. Friends and Frasier were still going.

We've gathered 13 songs that were prominently used in hit sitcoms in the '00s. Sorry, none of them share a title with the show. That would be too easy.

Maybe you had them on your iPod?

  1. Reba McEntire proclaimed "I'm a Survivor" in the opening of this show.
  2. This nostalgic comedy had Cheap Trick performing "In the Street."
  3. Miley Cyrus sang "The Best of Both Worlds" on this teen hit.
  4. "Superman" by Lazlo Bane. No, it was not a superhero show.
  5. "Superhero" by Jane's Addiction. No, it was not a superhero show.
  6. Seasons seven, eight and nine of this favorite series used "Jungle Love" by the Steve Miller Band.
  7. Jim Belushi toasted his hometown with "Sweet Home Chicago" on this long-running ABC hit.
  8. This animated staple used "Yahoos and Triangles" by the Refreshments.
  9. They Might Be Giants declared you're not the "Boss of Me" in the opening credits of this coming-of-age comedy.
  10. This sitcom used War's 1975 hit "Low Rider" when it aired from 2002–07.
  11. Billy Vera belted out "Baby All My Life I Will Be Driving Home to You" for this sitcom.
  12. The Solids' "Hey, Beautiful" soundtracked the intro to this long-running sitcom that kicked off in 2005.
  13. This David Spade sitcom used a tune by Señor Happy called "How Many Ways."

Try to match these TV theme songs to the correct 2000s sitcoms

Your Result...

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Nightshade1972 8 months ago
6/13. I guessed on most of them, I had pretty much zero interest in watching any of the sitcoms they mentioned in the quiz.
Moverfan 49 months ago
10 of 13. Not too bad, I guess. Especially when you consider I quit watching "Everybody Loves Raymond" because I finally had enough of Frank and Marie.
SashaPayneDiaz 49 months ago
9 for 13, despite a lot of guessing
Stoney 49 months ago
13 for 13, despite a lot of guessing
jimmyvici 49 months ago
I guessed on majority of them and got 8 correct. Yeah baby ( in my lousy Austin Powers impersonation)
SashaPayneDiaz jimmyvici 49 months ago
9 of 13 My MOJO was a bit off this time.
JeanInTN 49 months ago
5/13...better than I thought I'd do. LOL I don't like most of the 2000s TV shows and don't like the 2000s music. I hope Me-TV sticks to the older shows, primarily 50s, 60s, & 70s, and doesn't go the way of TVLand and Nick-at-Nite.
Mom1961 JeanInTN 49 months ago
I agree! What saved me from the 90s and 00s, was that I finally got cable and DEVOURED Turner Classic Movies, History Channel, A&E, anything but what was on broadcast TV.
biscuits18521 JeanInTN 49 months ago
I got only 4/13. I guess I'm more familiar with 60s to 80s sitcoms lol.
TheDavBow3 49 months ago
9/13. Better than what it should be. I can't remember much of anything 🙁
Craigg 49 months ago
You got 11 out of 13
You are livin' large! Nice work!
AllisonWunderland 49 months ago
Got 8/13 😂...I knew numbers 10 & 11, the rest were totally guesses 🤷‍♀️😆
MrsPhilHarris 49 months ago
6/13 I haven't seen a lot of those shows.
TexasGreek 49 months ago
You got 6 out of 13
Did not watch the bulk of these.
Big3Fan 49 months ago
8/13 I knew #10. The rest were guesses.
harlow1313 49 months ago
"In the Street" was written (Alex Chilton/Chris Bell) and recorded by the legendary cult band, Big Star. Big Star's third album, "Sister Lovers," has been described as depression captured on record. But many of the songs are melodic and gorgeous (If you can spare the time, give "Nighttime" a listen out on the Youtube). I realize many people don't resonate with melancholic material, but it soothes the aching souls of individuals with loose screws. People like me.

Additionally, god bless the achingly clever and quirky They Might be Giants. I love them.

I am thankful for music and all art forms, which make this difficult life a bit more bearable.
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