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VersesBatman
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quote:
Originally posted by Dara bhur gCara:
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Originally posted by VersesBatman:

"I pity the fool!" - The A-Team

That's actually from Rocky III, where Mr T, in his role as Clubber Lang, says: No, I don't hate Balboa. I pity the fool.

BA Baracus never actually said the line.

My mistake. I could have sworn I heard it once on A-Team.

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quote:
Originally posted by trollface:
"Ask not what your country can do for you..." is a TV catch-phrase? I thought it was part of a political speech. A soundbite, if you will.

That was my first reaction too. Somehow, a line from an inaugural address seems a little out of place.
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quote:
Originally posted by keokuk:
quote:
Originally posted by trollface:
"Ask not what your country can do for you..." is a TV catch-phrase? I thought it was part of a political speech. A soundbite, if you will.

That was my first reaction too. Somehow, a line from an inaugural address seems a little out of place.
It must have been used on tv or the radio frequently enough that my mom said I used to repeat it aloud even though I wasn't more than 3 or 4 years old at the time (I don't have a clear memory of it, just a family story).

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What happened to Dobie Gillis??

"I've gotta kill that boy, I just gotta." - Dobie's father, in just about every episode.

Moving on to the 70's, why isn't Archie Bunker's, "Get outta my chair!" on the list???

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And if we're including non-American stuff...

I've got a cunning plan...

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quote:
Originally posted by Nick Theodorakis:
I found this amusing. From the article:

quote:

-"Hey hey hey!" (Dwayne Nelson, "What's Happening!!")

-"Hey hey hey!" (Fat Albert, "Fat Albert")

Anyone not familiar with those shows may not realize that those are two completely different "Hey hey hey!"s.

Nick

I did a double take when I saw both, then of course had to repeat them in character. My boss looked at me like I had grown another head, but he knew exactly what I was talking about.

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Canuckistan
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From the world of sports entertainment:

"Whatcha gonna do when the arms of Hulkamania run wild on you?"

"And that's the bottom line, cuz Stone Cold said so!"

"If you smellllllllll .... what the Rock is cooking!"

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quote:
Originally posted by VersesBatman:
quote:
Originally posted by Dara bhur gCara:
quote:
Originally posted by VersesBatman:

"I pity the fool!" - The A-Team

That's actually from Rocky III, where Mr T, in his role as Clubber Lang, says: No, I don't hate Balboa. I pity the fool.

BA Baracus never actually said the line.

My mistake. I could have sworn I heard it once on A-Team.
According to IMDB BA does say "I pity the fool who goes out tryin' a' take over da world, then runs home cryin' to his momma!" I know, though, that IMDB isn't the most definitive of sources!

I'd be very surprised to learn he never said "I pity the fool" on The A Team as like you I was sure I'd heard him say it, and more than once at that. And I've never seen any Rocky movies. Perhaps what we are remembering are all the people who imitated Mr T over the years?

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quote:
Originally posted by Canuckistan:
From the world of sports entertainment:

"Whatcha gonna do when the arms of Hulkamania run wild on you?"

"And that's the bottom line, cuz Stone Cold said so!"

"If you smellllllllll .... what the Rock is cooking!"

"You have... no chance in Hell!"

"The best there is, the best there was, the best there ever will be."

"Wassupwitdat?"

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"Your mission, should you decide to accept it..."

"This tape will self-destruct in five seconds."

Does nobody else like Mission: Impossible? [Frown]

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"Bite my shiney metal ass!" (Bender - Futurama)

"Exxxxxcellent !" (Mr Burns - The Simpsons)

"Lock it in, Eddie" (every contestant - Who wants to be a millionaire)

"Yeah, but No, but Yeah" (Vicki Pollard - Little Britain)

"I want that one" (Andy - Little Britain)

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quote:
Originally posted by Christie:

I'd be very surprised to learn he never said "I pity the fool" on The A Team as like you I was sure I'd heard him say it, and more than once at that. And I've never seen any Rocky movies. Perhaps what we are remembering are all the people who imitated Mr T over the years?

I remember BA calling people "fool" all the time, but I don't remember ever actually hearing him say "I pity the fool." I did hear other people say that in his voice-style and I seem to recall wondering where they got that phrase, since he never actually used it. Like you, I've never seen the Rocky movies. You learn something new every day here!

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Only one quote from the Simpsons? Aye Carumba!

And what about "Go, go, Gadget arms!" [Big Grin]

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quote:
Originally posted by Damian:

"Yeah, but No, but Yeah" (Vicki Pollard - Little Britain)

"I want that one" (Andy - Little Britain)

I'll have another Bacardi and Coke, thanks, Myfanwy.

Pi "not the only gay in the village" ka

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What's up, Doc, no Looney Tunes? And they would have gotten away with no Scooby quotes, too... if it weren't for those meddling kids. So much more seems missing: Sesame Street, Mr. Rogers, the Muppet Show, Monty Python ...
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"I knew I shoulda taken that left turn at Albuquerque"
"Eh, what's up Doc?"
"Be vewy, vewy quiet. I'm hunting wabbits"
"I am Elmer J. Fudd. Millionaire. I own a mansion and a yacht"
"I am Wile E. Coyote. Super Genious"
"Beep! Beep!"
"Arriba! Arriba! Ándale! Ándale!"
"That's All, folks!"
"Ralph? Ralph Phillips!"
"Thufferin' Thuccotash!"
"I tawt I taw a puty tat!"
"That's a joke... I say, that's a joke, son"
"You're dithpicible"

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"Trust me, I know what I'm doing." from Sledge Hammer immediately springs to mind as a glaring omission, at least to me.

I noted a few others, but other snopesters have beat me to them ("I have a cunning plan," "Sorry about that, chief!")

The whole debate over "does a single usage make a catch phrase?" is a curious one. Some shows are notable for the stellar dialogue, and for their incredible quotability. Pretty much every episode of Buffy had some terrific zinger (or a dozen) yet I can't think of a single expression that a character adopted as a catchphrase.

Max "The subtext is rapidly becoming...text." Renn

Edited to correct a typo (cuning plan? sigh...)

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quote:
Originally posted by Heroic Muse, Catfish Lover:
What happened to Dobie Gillis??

"I've gotta kill that boy, I just gotta." - Dobie's father, in just about every episode.

Which leads us to Hank Hill's "That boy's not right."

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quote:
Originally posted by Lainie:
quote:
Originally posted by Heroic Muse, Catfish Lover:
What happened to Dobie Gillis??

"I've gotta kill that boy, I just gotta." - Dobie's father, in just about every episode.

Which leads us to Hank Hill's "That boy's not right."
Reminds me of Jed Clampett: "Someday I gotta have a long talk with that boy."

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"This is a job for Superman!"

"Look! Up in the sky. It's a bird ..."

"There's no need to fear. Underdog is here!"

"AaaaAAAaaaAAAAAAaaaaaa!" (umm... that's supposed to be a Tarzan yell.)

"Sherman, set the Way-Back Machine for..." (Peabody)

"Hey Rocky! Watch me pull a rabbit out of my hat!" (Bullwinkle)

"Niagara Falls! Slowly I turn..." (Vaudeville routine repeated by many, including the Three Stooges)

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quote:
Originally posted by Canuckistan:
From the world of sports entertainment:

"Whatcha gonna do when the arms of Hulkamania run wild on you?"

"And that's the bottom line, cuz Stone Cold said so!"

"If you smellllllllll .... what the Rock is cooking!"

In a similar vein, a few classics from Naitch:

"To be the man, you gotta beat the man"

"Diamonds are forever, and so is Ric Flair"

"I'm a limousine ridin', jet flyin', kiss stealin', wheelin' dealin' son of a gun."

And, of course:

"Wooooooooo!"

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More:

"What are we going to do tomorrow night, Brain?"
and/or
"The same thing we do every night, Pinky. Try to take over the world!" (Pinky and The Brain)

"Submitted for the approval of the Midnight Society, I call this story 'The Tale of..." (Are You Afraid of the Dark.... not sure how well known this show is outside of Canada though.)

"You're Fired!" (could be WWE or The Apprentice)

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quote:
Originally posted by JoFo:
More:

"What are we going to do tomorrow night, Brain?"
and/or
"The same thing we do every night, Pinky. Try to take over the world!" (Pinky and The Brain)

How funny you should mention that. I just got the first volume on DVD as a birthday present this morning.

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"Lucy, you've got some 'splaining to do!"

"Lucy I'm home!"

"Ricky, let me be in the show!"

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quote:
Originally posted by Nick Theodorakis:
"Sherman, set the Way-Back Machine for..." (Peabody)

"Quiet, you!"

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From Wiki:

quote:
A catch phrase is a phrase or expression that is spontaneously popularized after a critical amount of widespread repeated usage in everyday conversation (i.e., it "catches" on).....A catch phrase’s defining features are its sudden, spontaneous, and widespread public reception, and its adopted use by the public, often to its own amusement.
Therefore, a catchphrase may include a "one-off" line in a TV show or movie.


Perhaps one of the biggest catchphrases in Australia in recent years would be : " Five Cougars, thanks ".

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"I would have gotten away with it, too, if not for you meddling kids!"

"He could go all the way!"

"And that's Good Eats."

"Oh boy." (Sam from Quantum Leap, of course.)

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While I do think there are many ommissions on the list, and a few that don't or don't yet belong there, I counted and I have used 57 of the quotations on the list multiple times. That means either that I'm representative of the people who came up with the list, or I am a sad little person.

pinqy

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Am I the only one who read "Elizabeth, I'm coming!" in a naughty way?

I love that they included "I'm Rick James, bitch!

and "Time to make the donuts." I miss those old Dunkin Donuts ads. Whatever happened to that guy? When I was a kid, I used to think that he was the actual owner of Dunkin.

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Of course they left out my favorite: "One of these days Laura, I'm gonna punch you in the face!"

And I think Peter Griffin's "Holy Crap!" is much funnier than the one from Everybody Loves Raymond.

And sorry, but the Dunkin Donuts guy is making donuts for God now.

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From advertising:

"Ring around the collar!"

"Please don't squeeze the Charmin."

"Ancient Chinese secret."

From sports announcers:

"Gooooooooooooooooooooooaaaalllllll!!!"

"Holy cow!" popularized by Phil Rizutto.

"It might me... It could be... It is!" was a stock catch catchphrase of Harry Caray.

Nick

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quote:
Originally posted by pinqy:
That means either that I'm representative of the people who came up with the list, or I am a sad little person.

Don't be so hard on yourself, pinqy.

I'm sure you're not little. [Razz]

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quote:
Originally posted by JoFo:
More:

(snip)

"You're Fired!" (could be WWE or The Apprentice)

It turns out that this is on the list after all, I missed it. You guys could've corrected me, you know. [Razz]

Anyways, following Pinqy's lead, I counted the lines that I've used. There are 19 that I can specifically remember using. If we add in lines that I kind of remember parodying/half saying, then it goes up to 25-30.

ETA: That would be 'parodying', not 'paradying'.

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I always thought one candy commercial was a little bit risque: "How many licks does it take to get to the center of a Tootsie, Pop?"

But then I found I was misunderstanding the line.

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