|Written by||Georges Bizet|
"The Toreador Song" is sung by the bullfighter Escamillo in an attempt to woo the lady for which Georges Bizet's opera is named: Carmen.
- A portion of the amalgamous opera Pigoletto from The Muppet Show episode 409 includes the Toreador Song.
- The introduction of the song is used as underscore in the Muppet Babies episode "Sing a Song of Superheroes" for the sequence in which Skeeter goes over the waterfall in a barrel.
- Later in the same episode, the song is set to lyrics as a victory march for getting the water turned back on.
- In The Muppet CD-ROM: Muppets Inside, a team of rat lawyers led by Rizzo the Rat sing the trademark notice to this tune.
- In Sesame Street Episode 2317, the tune is performed by Placido Flamingo with a quartet made up of three Honkers and Olivia.
- A 1994 Sesame Street insert features Samuel Ramey singing a spoof of the song about the letter L. (First: Episode 3337)
- The song was used in preview clips of The Muppets when Kermit the Frog interrupts Miss Piggy and Pepe the King Prawn practicing their duet in her dressing room. The song was replaced in the actual film by "(I've Had) The Time of My Life" from Dirty Dancing.
- "Habanera", also from Carmen