I'm still awake because of all the [Yahoo!]. @eht13 I like where your head's at. You got your thinking cap on, keep it there. I was loving the narrator for the Rebels teaser. Reminds me of this voice: I love that it starts with a sonic boom. Clever! I love that the singer pronounces it "saw-nic" the first two times, gotta give it that extra emphasis. Blue streak, speeds by, Saw-nic the Hedgehog. Too fast! For the naked eye Saw-nic the Hedgehog. I love the singer's enthusiasm, he's way into it, like he actually thinks Sonic is totally hardcore. The chorus: Sonic He can really move Sonic He's got an att-i-tude! Sonic He's the fastest thing aligh-ee-ive! "Sonic" gets said about a hundred times in one minute, gotta get in that name repetition so you don't forget who the show is about! For you kids who weren't around in the early 90s, attitude was seriously important. I can't even explain how important. Bart Simpson was everywhere. It was the dark ages of comic books, everything was darker and edgier and cynical, gratuitous sex and violence were all in your face and anti-heroes ruled the world. It's the age I grew up in. @Seerow can tell you how Zordon told Alpha to recruit a team of teenagers with attitude. It's now the quote for the trope RecruitTeenagersWithAttitude She could probably tell you more about the era of attitude in general. It was so important even Santa's elves had attitude. So how much attitude did Sonic have? Well, he sticks his tongue out at the robots, cued by the word "attitude" at about 0:23, and he's the trope maker for Mascot with Attitude. "Don't doubt what he can do" Reinforcing that att-i-tude, because if you doubt him he'll run all over your face. They made sure to include an explosive timer because Sonic is so fast he can outrun time and explosions. He's the fastest thing ALIIIIIIIIIIIVE! At the end is a quick shot of what I'm assuming is most of the cast, I've never actually seen the cartoon. That's a cool tradition, one seen in the Simpsons, and it could be cool to see in Rebels.