British sitcoms by catchphrase

How well do you know the catchphrases of these British sitcoms? Guess the sitcom from its associated catchphrase!
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Catchphrase
Sitcom
"Listen very carefully, I shall say ziss only once"
'Allo! 'Allo!
"He’s from Barcelona"
Fawlty Towers
"I’m Free!"
Are You Being Served?
"It's my sister Violet, the one with a swimming pool, sauna and room for a pony"
Keeping Up Appearances
"No no no no no... yes"
The Vicar of Dibley
"Silly old moo!"
Til Death Us Do Part
"I don't believe it!"
One Foot in the Grave
"Oh Betty!"
Some Mothers Do 'Ave 'Em
"I have a cunning plan"
Blackadder
Catchphrase
Sitcom
"Thank you very much, Jerry!"
The Good Life
"Computer says no"
Little Britain
"Lovely Jubbly"
Only Fools and Horses
"You dirty old man"
Steptoe and Son
"I 'ate you, Butler!"
On the Buses
"Smoke me a kipper; I'll be back for breakfast!"
Red Dwarf
"Don't panic!"
Dad's Army
"Drink!"
Father Ted
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