The infamous Little Einsteins Theme Song Remix was created in 2015 by some moron to "celebrate" the original show turning 10 years old, but then it became strangely popular and people became strangely obsessed with it because two dudes danced to it. Real guys do not dance.
In 2011, Leo, Annie, June, and Quincy got mad at the Disney Junior people for cancelling their show. So, they tried getting jobs everywhere, but nobody liked their theme song.
It took them 3 years to finally find a job. They got the job by using Idiot Manipulation on two weirdos, a Black guy and a Asian guy, and forced them to remix and dance to their theme song so they can become popular again.
Unfortunately, Leo, Annie, June, and Quincy didn't become popular. Only their stupid Theme Song Remix did.
Uses of the song
- To annoy people
- To summon Freddy Fazbear
- To summon the Little Einsteins' Rocket
- To give people cancer
- To summon Bonzi Buddy and Pedo Bear
- To get Italoid to shut up
- To make Doges rage and kill you
Aftermath of the Theme Song Remix
In 2015, their Rocket was turned into a robot that had the ability to play the Theme Song Remix and burst everyone's eardrums while doing such.
The song was added to the UnUniverse UnHit Songs Top 40, and peaked at number -82827372919. It also peaked at -28473 on the UnUniverse Hot 100, but was knocked off of it one week later by Hammer Zone.
- WE'RE GOING ON A TRIP
- IN OUR FAVORITE ROCKET SHIP
- ZOOMING THROUGH THE SKY!
- LITTLE EINSTEINS!
- CLIMB ABOARD,
- GET READY TO EXPLORE
- YOU ARE GOING TO DIE!
- LITTLE EINSTEINS!
- YOU GET THE POINT,
- NOW THIS SONG IS GONNA BE
- LOCKED IN YOUR HEAD FOREVER!
Effect on the Teletubbies
Alt 2.0 sung this song in the Teletubbies (2015 TV series) episode "Freddy Fazbear vs. Teletubbies" and ended up summoning all the freaks that end up being summoned when you sing it. They almost nuked Teletubby Land, but fortunately Nickelodeon, Yahoo and the BBC cleared the set to save their precious Teletubbies. Nickelodeon is now forcing people who sing this song to pay a $20000 fine just to prevent further complications.
Strangely, the BBC is not against this song, as Little Einsteins is aired on CBeebies in Poland.