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Discussion in 'Now Playing - TV Show Talk' started by YCantAngieRead, Nov 15, 2006.
I know, the thread is old and the "official" list has come out, but I'm bored and looking through old stuff so... "what EVER, I'll do what I want".
Hidey ho, neighbor.
I pity the fool...
And now for your moment of Zen:
Screw you guys, I'm going home.
That Barney Rubble - What an Actor! - ok not a TV catch phrase
Too tired to read through the thread, so sorry if I smeek.
ANYTHING from Arrested Development.
"They're ILLUSIONS, Michael!"
It never hurts to help. (Eek! the Cat)
A few were mentioned (probably back on the first page), but I haven't seen this one:
I "blue" myself. -- Come on, that one's gotta become a catchphrase!
I've got the worst <bleep>ing laywer.
"This is the big one, Elizabeth, I'm commin to join ya"
"Not that there's anything wrong with that."
"I don't think so, Tim."
"I kill me."
"It's not OK!" from Starved
"No soup for you!!"
Bite my shiny metal ass. -Bender
This is frequently misquoted as "Kiss my shiny metal ass", which is not as funny.
Lucy, You've Got Some 'Splainin' To Do!
The CNN link is busted.
Either way, Swarley makes it at 91... Suit Up!
Are we havin a laugh!
Where is that pretty, pretty, pretty phrase from? I missed this thread orignally. I'm surprised it took five pages before someone quoted I Love Lucy.
Or he said.
I like some of the variations on that catch-phrase.
"Bite my red hot glowing ass"
"Bite my colossal metal ass"
"Lick my frozen metal ass"
"Bite my glorious golden ass"
"Bite my splintery wooden ass"
Curb your Enthusiasm.
Perfect Strangers was based on lots of catch phrases:
Well of course it's not, don't be ridiculous
Get out of the city
Now we do the Dance of Joy
Also, I'll nominate: Are You Threatening Me?
Is that a sitcom?