American TV Catchphrases #2

Guess the shows that featured these famous catchphrases.
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Last updated: September 11, 2018
First submittedApril 17, 2010
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Catchphrase
Show
Come on down!
The Price is Right
I'd like to buy a vowel
Wheel of Fortune
Yabba dabba do!
The Flintstones
Here's Johnny!
The Tonight Show
I have the power!
Masters of the
Universe
That's what she said
The Office
You're fired
The Apprentice
Did I do that?
Family Matters
Giggity giggity goo
Family Guy
Marcia, Marcia, Marcia!
The Brady Bunch
Catchphrase
Show
And the survey says
Family Feud
You got some 'splainin' to do
I Love Lucy
One of these days Alice,
straight to the Moon!
The Honeymooners
Danger, Will Robinson!
Lost in Space
You are the ________ ____. Goodbye.
Weakest Link
Bazinga!
The Big Bang Theory
I love it when a plan comes together
The A-Team
You wouldn't like me when I'm angry
The Incredible Hulk
Happy Happy, Joy Joy!
Ren & Stimpy
Cut. It. Out.
Full House
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Level 79
Apr 21, 2013
great variety of shows here... can't believe I missed I Love Lucy. and for "Clear Eyes Full Hearts Can't Lose" maybe you should accept any show on Fox News as Mitt Romney was repeating that dumb phrase over and over during the campaign.
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Level 58
Apr 22, 2013
I thought the FoxNews mantra was We Report, You Decide to Think What We Tell You to Think.
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Level 56
Mar 2, 2018
LOL, you win!
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Level 64
Dec 7, 2018
Nah, that would be for CNN
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Level 79
Jun 4, 2019
^ is what Fox wants you to think. Paradoxically proving zimba's point.
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Level 72
Jul 24, 2015
That's What she Said was also used a lot on Beavis and Butthead
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Level 67
May 13, 2016
ya, personally I heard it way before the office was around and it kind of bugs me that it's attributed to that show.
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Level 67
Dec 29, 2016
I'm glad I'm not the only one. I've heard this phrase since long before that show was around.
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Level 79
Dec 7, 2018
The point of it being used on The Office was that Michael has a poor sense of humor and makes tired, old, inappropriate jokes. It would be like someone asking you to pull their finger and thinking that was funny. You're supposed to groan and roll your eyes. Even more perplexing than the people who think this joke originated with Michael Scott are the people who think that it's legitimately funny at face value and not funny (as intended) because of the awkward situations it creates due to Michael being the only one in the office who thought it was funny.
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Level 58
Dec 7, 2018
It was of course said on lots of different shows, but it was THE catchphrase on the Office.
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Level 79
Jun 4, 2019
more of Michael Scott
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Level 67
May 13, 2016
did anyone else guess the shinning for "here's johnny!" before realizing it was a TV show quiz?
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Level 49
Apr 6, 2017
me
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Level 59
Dec 7, 2018
Same!
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Level 67
Sep 3, 2019
well, sort of, I allready knew while typing it was a tvshow quiz but tried it anyway, cause what else could it be,,
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Level 53
Jul 14, 2016
Can Johnny Bravo be accepted for "here's Johnny!"? it was used multiple times every episode
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Level 81
Sep 15, 2018
Let's see, 30 years 5 nights a week that originated the saying to introduce maybe the most influential man in TV history....or some copycat using it. No.
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Level 56
Aug 30, 2016
I kept typing in "Douchebag" for "You're fired." Not sure why it didn't work.
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Level 81
Sep 15, 2018
I typed in #&%@ ×£#%ing &*#!¥ *=π% ;+#¢ of %@)! %:@÷%. Kind of confused how that isn't acceptable.
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Level 67
Sep 3, 2019
interpunction is not accepted so that only leaves you with -ing. Unless you only censored yourself in this comment and not in your answer, in which case *=π% might have been the issue, and your answer would probably be accepted without that part
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Level 63
Dec 10, 2018
It's interesting that there were no negative comments about Trump on this quiz until after he started running for president. Did people not think this about him until then?
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Level 82
Aug 14, 2017
Actually Dave Coulier first said"Cut It Out" regularly on the short lived Nickelodeon show "Out of Control". That was my first guess.
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Level 68
Feb 2, 2018
And for us ancient folks, "cut it out" was a famous Jack Benny expression.
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Level 78
Sep 11, 2018
Oh my goodness, you are exactly right. I'd forgotten that, but he did say it all of the time. Maybe just without the periods between each word.
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Level 68
Dec 7, 2018
To edit and correct my own comment, he actually usually said "Now cut THAT out".
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Level 71
Dec 7, 2018
Mine, too.
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Level 78
Sep 11, 2018
"That's what she said" is already in American TV Catchphrases #1.
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Level 83
Sep 11, 2018
American TV when at least two of the shows have origins elsewhere and the American versions are spin-offs.
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Level 81
Sep 11, 2018
I would call them remakes rather than spinoffs. And why does it matter?
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Level 72
Sep 11, 2018
FYI, you've got that exact same clue/answer pair for "The Office" in the #1 version of this quiz.
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Level 79
Dec 7, 2018
that's what she said
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Level 78
Dec 7, 2018
To be pedantic, Johnny Carson's show was actually called "The Tonight Show Starring Johnny Carson", but I appreciate the shorter answer.
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Level 68
Dec 7, 2018
'Cut. it. Out.' was also used by Elaine on Seinfeld when she pushed Jerry through a doorway in his apartment.
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Level 69
Dec 7, 2018
Wasn't that "get out"?
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Level 56
Dec 7, 2018
Interesting that 94% got "The Flintstones" when probably 95% of the takers have never actually seen an episode of that show.
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Level 67
Dec 7, 2018
Why do you think so?
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Level 56
Dec 8, 2018
It just seems odd to me. I see boxes of "Fruity Pebbles" cereal for sale today at Walmart, some 50-plus years after Pebbles' last appearance on TV. We got to watch the reruns in the 70s (thanks to UHF...lol) but how many people born since then have ever seen a full episode of the Flintstones?
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Level 67
Sep 3, 2019
I would say that it is more like 95% has seen it and 5% not. here on regular network it has been less then ten years since it aired. but the kids channels of which there are tons probably all still show them (it might actually still be on regular channels aswell, i wouldntreally know since I hardly watch tv before 7pm)
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Level 73
Dec 7, 2018
Limitless paper in a paperless world.
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Level 59
Dec 7, 2018
Am I the only person who thought of Phil Lester(AmazingPhil), when Weakest Link came up?
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Level 51
Dec 7, 2018
Marcia, Marcia, Marcia is not a catch-phrase. It was only spoken once on the show.
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Level 67
Dec 7, 2018
Technically true, but it's one of the most famous quotes of the series.
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Level 61
Mar 21, 2019
Well, I typed "weakest link" about 12 times and it wouldn't accept it. And it didn't fill in in red when the answers came up, only in the percentage stats below. WTH?
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Level 67
Sep 3, 2019
whaatt??! the a-team is lowest?? I definitely would have guessed that one would be most guessed, ok, second most after yabbadabba doo