History BeamMeUpScotty / LiveActionTV

19th May '16 5:37:18 PM gurkle2
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** Though the actual quote in Rocky III was "No I don't hate the fool. But I do pity him."
14th May '16 4:23:35 PM SkaroManiac
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* "Nil points!" never appears in the ''Series/EurovisionSongContest''. It's actually "nul points". And, anyway, they never say it at all because of the way they do the scores.

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* "Nil points!" never appears in the ''Series/EurovisionSongContest''. It's actually "nul points". And, anyway, they never say it at all because of the way they do the scores.scores (until 2016).


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** The changes to the voting system in 2016 meant that that the Czech Republic were given no points in the public vote, this was announced as "zero points" as opposed to "nul points".
25th Apr '16 11:20:12 AM pikafan
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* Jan Brady said "Marcia, Marcia, Marcia!!!" ''once'' through the entire series of ''Series/TheBradyBunch''. It entered pop culture through SNL parodies and the "Brady Bunch Movie".

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* Jan Brady said "Marcia, Marcia, Marcia!!!" ''once'' (season 3, Her Sister's Shadow), through the entire series of ''Series/TheBradyBunch''. It entered pop culture through SNL parodies and the "Brady Bunch Movie".
9th Feb '16 7:00:02 PM LtFedora
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*** It actually was used by Malcolm Reed, another Brit, on ''Enterprise''.
13th Jan '16 10:04:07 AM laserviking42
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** Though the actual quote in Rocky III was "No I don't hate the fool. But I do pity him."
2nd Jan '16 9:44:28 AM Doug86
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* Ricky used the word "'splain" a couple times on ''ILoveLucy'', but never the phrase "Lucy, you've got some 'splainin' to do."

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* Ricky used the word "'splain" a couple times on ''ILoveLucy'', ''Series/ILoveLucy'', but never the phrase "Lucy, you've got some 'splainin' to do."
17th Dec '15 4:47:47 PM troodos
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** Many fans refer to Robb Stark as the King of the North, rather than the King IN the North.
2nd Nov '15 9:07:27 AM StarSword
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* The ''Series/MadamSecretary'' episode "Waiting for Taleju" gives us an InUniverse example after Henry's [[TheReasonYouSuckSpeech on-air rant]] at a talk show caller goes memetic on the Internet (possibly the first time that Creator/{{CSPAN}} has ever produced a meme). Alison even discovers a GIF of it, subtitled with phrases that didn't actually appear in the rant, but would certainly have fit Henry's point.
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26th Oct '15 8:05:52 PM merotoker
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* Star Trek wasn't the first show William Shatner was involved in that led to this phenomenon. In the famous Twilight Zone episode "Nightmare at 20,000 feet", at no point were the famous words "there's someone on the wing, some...thing!" ever uttered. He did say "There's a man out there", but nothing closer to the more famously known line.

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* Star Trek ''Star Trek'' wasn't the first show William Shatner Creator/WilliamShatner was involved in that led to this phenomenon. In the famous ''[[Series/TheTwilightZone1959 Twilight Zone Zone]]'' episode "Nightmare at 20,000 feet", Feet", at no point were the famous words "there's someone on the wing, some...thing!" ever uttered. He did say "There's a man out there", but nothing closer to the more famously known line.



* A 1996 promo for the TV-series adaptation of ''{{Clueless}}'' had Cher, Dionne, and Amber looking at the camera one at a time and each spouting a [[ValleyGirl Valspeak]] catchphrase: "As if!"; "Whatever!"; "Yeah, right!" While "As if!" is used repeatedly throughout the 1995 film, "Whatever!" is uttered only once (and is done so [[SarcasmMode ironically]]) And none of the characters ever says "Yeah, right!" - [[OlderThanTheyThink an expression that long predates the Val era in any case]].
* Mr Moesby never said "No running in my lobby!" on TheSuiteLifeOfZackAndCody. He did say the line "No running in my hallway!" in his cameo appearance in ''Series/{{Jessie}}'', but that was in 2015, well after the "Suite" series was over, and the seeds of this trope had been sown.

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* A 1996 promo for the TV-series adaptation of ''{{Clueless}}'' ''Film/{{Clueless}}'' had Cher, Dionne, and Amber looking at the camera one at a time and each spouting a [[ValleyGirl Valspeak]] catchphrase: "As if!"; "Whatever!"; "Yeah, right!" While "As if!" is used repeatedly throughout the 1995 film, "Whatever!" is uttered only once (and is done so [[SarcasmMode ironically]]) And none of the characters ever says "Yeah, right!" - [[OlderThanTheyThink an expression that long predates the Val era in any case]].
* Mr Moesby never said "No running in my lobby!" on TheSuiteLifeOfZackAndCody.''Series/TheSuiteLifeOfZackAndCody''. He did say the line "No running in my hallway!" in his cameo appearance in ''Series/{{Jessie}}'', but that was in 2015, well after the "Suite" series was over, and the seeds of this trope had been sown.
23rd Oct '15 4:42:54 PM DavidBoothroyd
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* Jim Bowen, of ''Series/{{Bullseye|UK}}'', never once said "Super, Smashing, Great" on the programme- he said "Super", he said "Smashing", he said "Great". But never all three in one go. He did, however, say it in a beer commercial some time later.

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* Jim Bowen, of ''Series/{{Bullseye|UK}}'', never once said "Super, Smashing, Great" on the programme- he said "Super", he said "Smashing", he said "Great". But never all three in one go. He did, however, The catchphrase seems to have come from ''Series/SpittingImage'', and after it became established Bowen did say it himself in a beer commercial some time later.commercial.
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