Eric Liebowitz/Netflix
March 09, 2015 10:20 AM

If you spent the weekend binge-watching Netflix’s Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt, there’s an excellent chance that the theme song has burrowed its way into your brain.

For the uninitiated, the theme song is a play on the viral phenomenon that was Antoine Dodson’s "Bed Intruder" song – you know, “Hide yo’ kids, hide yo’ wife.”

Following the rescue of the Indiana Mole Women (including Ellie Kemper‘s Kimmy Schmidt) from the underground bunker in which they lived, the reaction of a man named Walter Bankston (Mike Britt) was taped on the local news.

“White dudes hold the record for creepy crimes,” he said, “but females are strong as hell.” This was remixed into one of the greatest theme songs ever created.

If Kimmy Schmidt‘s opening is not long enough for you, one Tumblr user remixed what we heard from the first episode with the closing credits from the finale, creating 1 minute and 23 seconds of pure joy.
Finally, is there anything more poetic than people cheerfully shout-singing “But females are strong as hell” on a continuous loop on the weekend of International Women’s Day?

Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt is streaming on Netflix now.

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