Pick: Which TV catchphrase have you heard repeated the most?

From "Good Morning, Angels" to "Aaay!"

They're called catchphrases for a reason: Once viewers heard them, these lines from TV caught on like wildfire.

Now catchphrases from Fonzie's "Aaay!" to Charlie's "Good Morning, Angels" have a life of their own, as words we've all heard repeated in contexts that have nothing to do with the shows they originated on.

Today, we want to know: Which catchphrase caught on most in your world? See how many others know what'choo talkin' 'bout!
  1. Pick the TV catchphrase you've heard repeated the most:

Pick: Which TV catchphrase have you heard repeated the most?

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Runeshaper 2 months ago
“Live long and prosper.” (Star Trek)

20% similar
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Rickey 3 months ago
100% similar
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Rickey 5 months ago
“Dy-no-mite!” (Good Times)
Lacey 12 months ago
Particularly as I did not hear that expression for decades and only now hear it almost every day.
Way to go Barney.
RobCertSDSCascap Lacey 12 months ago
I actually heard Mike Nelson say it first, while he was doing a spot-on
Barney Fife impression. Strange!
Lucyneenah19701 12 months ago
100% similar. I picked "Nip it in the bud."
AndrewHass 12 months ago
I was 100% similar and i picked 'Nip It In The Bud!'
MrsPhilHarris 12 months ago
I have to say for some weird reason I've said "Danger Will Robinson" and heard it countless times this past year.
nemalki 12 months ago
I wouldn't say "Marcia, Marcia, Marcia!" is a catchphrase any more than "Aah! My nose!" They both were more memetic than anything. Kind of like "Sure, Jan" from the first movie was. The Brady Bunch didn't really have catchphrases they said over and over in the course of the series. The internet, as usual, blows things up to excessive levels.
Lacey nemalki 12 months ago
A good point.
teire 12 months ago
Hard to choose between what you literally hear the most because you have favorite shows you watch repeatedly and ear worm lines that have become embedded in pop culture.
Dicazi 12 months ago
I picked "Live long and prosper".
But I'm a ling-time Trekkie who used to go to cons. I would have picked "Beam me up, Scotty", though like "Play it again, Sam" Kirk never actually said it.

cperrynaples 12 months ago
There is no definite answer in this quiz, as all these phrases have become commonly used over many years!
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