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The Fighting Toasters
Monday 20 November 2006, 13:39 pm
Filed under: Lennie Briscoe, Theme Song

Cristiane and Sheila make two really great suggestions, but Toaster wants this to be his Fight Song:

Bow Down to Toaster
So, heaven help the foes of Toaster,
They’re trembling at the feet of mighty Toaster.
Our boy is there with bells,
His fighting blood excels,
It’s harder to push him over the lines than pass the Dardanelles.
So Victory’s the cry of Toaster
Our leather lungs together with a Toast! Toast! Toast!
And o’er the land, the loyal band
Will sing the glory of Toaster forever!

toaster-football.jpg

 
Boy, it was really hard to get the toast to behave properly and do Script Toaster. They kept breaking off their pattern, trying to sneak in a Script Dan Patrick.

If we can get enough toast made we’re going to try to do Script Countdown with Keith Olbermann.

We’re ready for more loaves, Mr. DeMille.

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3 Comments so far
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You mentioned DeMille. Here’s another director:

http://www.variety.com/vstory/VR1117954009.html?categoryId=38&cs=1

It has nothing to do with the subject at hand, but I love what goes on “locally” here is Los Angeles.

Comment by Blue Velvet

You mentioned DeMille. Here’s another director:

http://www.variety.com/vstory/VR1117954009.html?categoryId=38&cs=1

It has nothing to do with the subject at hand, but I love what goes on “locally” here in Los Angeles.

Comment by Blue Velvet

That is a good song for Toaster.

I hope he roots for the Buckeyes in the National Championship game in January, since Cornell is out of the running.

Comment by Sheila




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