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Who is the universe's awesomest evildoer?
Who's super strong and shoots out scary green lightning?
Who's really insecure and wishes he had a girlfriend
Videos himself lifting weights in his bedroom?
- The song is heard often in the show, making it a running gag. The episodes where it is heard in are:
- The Prisoner: Is heard while Lord Hater is sharpening a sword in his torture room. It is also heard as elevator music during the food court scene.
- The Little Guy: A lullaby version is heard whenever someone on Lord Hater's ship is sleeping.
- The Bounty: An 8-bit version is used as the music for Lord Hater's video game. Later, a piano version plays when Peepers thinks Lord Hater learned his lesson.
- The Nice Guy: It is heard while the "Back in 5 minutes" sign is shown.
- The Day: Is heard while Sylvia and Peepers are in the elevator.
- The Brainstorm: During the end credits, the song is parodied as "Who is the universe's loneliest evildoer?"
- The Gift 2: the Giftening: The elevator music version is heard when Hater leaves the conference room.
- The Gift 2: The Giftening: The elevator music version is heard when Hater leaves the conference room.
- The Date - Heard instrumentally while Hater celebrates his life as a bachelor. A big band version is also heard when Hater introduces himself to the disguised Sylvia.
- The Buddies - The Hawaiian version is heard instrumentally when Hater and Wander are under their shelter and a single snowflake falls.
- The Liar - The Hawaiian version is heard instrumentally throughout the animatic.
- The "All right!" part is heard in "The Greatest", "The Brainstorm" and "The Void", and is used for the shortened version of the Wander Over Yonder Main Title.
- Andy Bean
ASCAP Work #886440612