Win a copy of my lecture series in a TV Theme Trivia Contest!
© 2014 Roy Benaroch, MD
My lecture series with The Great Courses is doing really well—so far, all 5-star ratings, and initial sales look great! If you’ve already bought a copy of Medical School for Everyone, thanks! If you haven’t, or if you want a second copy for some reason—here’s your chance to win!
The course is a series of 24, 30-minute lectures, all “medical mystery” cases that I hope will be fun to figure out. I’ll give you the clues, and you’ll try to figure out the diagnosis! Along the way, I’ll teach you about medicine, and about how doctors think. It was fun to write and tape the series, and I think you’ll have fun listening or watching it. You can get audio-only or video versions.
If you don’t want to buy a copy, here’s your chance to win a DVD copy! Below are the names of five TV series that I liked as a kid (I’m not apologizing for The Dukes of Hazzard. I liked the car jumping parts and Roscoe P Coltrane’s dog.) In the comments, give me the NAME of the matching theme song. Hint: these theme songs are NOT named “The Theme From Taxi”—they all have real names. If you’re the first person to name a show’s theme correctly (and you’ve given me an email address that works), I’ll get in touch with you to mail you a copy of the course. Cool!
Please only guess one show in one comment—once you’ve won a copy for yourself, don’t give away any answers for the other shows. The idea here is that 5 different people will each win a copy. If you give multiple answers I’ll delete your post. If you’re not a frequent poster here, your comment will be held in moderation—don’t worry, you’ll still win, I’ll give credit to whomever posted first.
What is the name of the theme song of:
1. Sanford and Son
4. The Benny Hill Show
5. The Dukes of Hazzard
Rules: Only one win per person. I’ll pay to mail these in the USA, but if you live somewhere else you’ll have to pay your own postage. I am the final judge of the winners. If you win and you like the course, please post a review at The Great Courses or Amazon. Thanks for playing!