On November 13th Lokar Unger was asked to remove himself from his place of residence. That request came from his wife. Deep down he knew she was right. But he also knew that someday he would return to her. With nowhere else to go, he appeared at the home of his friend, Zorak Madison. Sometime earlier Zorak's wife had thrown him out, requesting that he leave his head. Can two divorced insects share an apartment without driving each other crazy?
The Bug Couple
Since I don't have a .wav handy, I'll just let Brak sing the theme song. Take it away Brak!
Buht da dut da duh da. buht da duht da duht da.
daa da da duh duh. 
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Duhn duh duh dah. duh buh da da. Da! Duh duh duh. do do do da do. do do do da do. Starring Lokar, Potentate of Thug Locusts
Starring Zorak, Lone Mantis of the Apocalpse Doon da doon da doo. Buh buh buh bup. BUP! BA BUP BUP! Bup bup ba bup ba bup buppa buppa. Hey! Doo da doo doo. Doon da doo doo doo da doo doont da doo-da! BUH BUHP! DA DA DA DA. DOO da doo doo doot da DOOT!

The Bug Couple was filmed in front of a live studio audience.
Screenplay by Gerson Koenig.
Directed by Mike Shawaluk.
The Bug Couple is Copyright © 1997 G. M. Koenig and Snard Enterprises.
Images and characters copyright © Hanna Barbera Productions, Inc and Paramount Pictures.
Composite images Copyright © 1997 Snard Enterprises.
Apologies to Art Carney, C. Martin Croker, Evan Dorkin, Sarah Dyer, Ron Glass, Neal Hefti, Jack Klugman, Jack Lemmon, Keye Luke, Garry Marshall, Walter Matthau, Andy Merrill, Don Messick, Tony Randall, Neil Simon, Alex Toth, Demond Wilson and well just anybody else who might take offense at this.