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18th Apr '17 3:09:15 AM Ereiam
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** "Jesse, we have to cook!" perhaps the phrase even more associated with ''Series/BreakingBad'' than the above two, but Walt never says it.[[note]]He, however, tells Jesse "Clear your social calendar. We have to cook" in the episode "Four Days Out".[[/note]]

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** "Jesse, we have to cook!" perhaps the phrase even more associated with ''Series/BreakingBad'' than the above two, but Walt never says it.[[note]]He, however, tells Jesse "Clear to "clear your social calendar. We have to cook" in the episode "Four Days Out".[[/note]]
18th Apr '17 3:07:32 AM Ereiam
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** "Jesse, we have to cook!" perhaps the phrase even more associated with ''Series/BreakingBad'' than the above two, but Walt never says it.[[note]]He, however, tells him "Clear your social calendar. We have to cook." in the episode "Four Days Out".[[/note]]

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** "Jesse, we have to cook!" perhaps the phrase even more associated with ''Series/BreakingBad'' than the above two, but Walt never says it.[[note]]He, however, tells him Jesse "Clear your social calendar. We have to cook." cook" in the episode "Four Days Out".[[/note]]
18th Apr '17 3:05:51 AM Ereiam
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** "Jesse, we have to cook!" perhaps the phrase even more associated with ''Series/BreakingBad'' than the above two, but Walt never says it.

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** "Jesse, we have to cook!" perhaps the phrase even more associated with ''Series/BreakingBad'' than the above two, but Walt never says it. [[note]]He, however, tells him "Clear your social calendar. We have to cook." in the episode "Four Days Out".[[/note]]
16th Apr '17 8:00:58 PM PhantomRider
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** Another ''Franchise/StarTrek'' example: The Borg are oft quoted as saying "Resistance is futile. You will be assimilated." While they arrange those sentences in any number of ways in their various appearances (sometimes in the midst of a full paragraph or two), they never use that one. The closest they come is in the ''Next Generation'' episode "I, Borg", where the Borg, "Hugh", says, "We are Borg. You will be assimilated. Resistance is futile." Ironically, the story treatment for the ''Series/StarTrekDeepSpaceNine'' premiere calls the Borg's line "immortal words," even though the construction they used had yet to be spoken in any form of Franchise/StarTrek.

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** Another ''Franchise/StarTrek'' example: The Borg are oft quoted as saying "Resistance is futile. You will be assimilated." While they arrange those sentences in any number of ways in their various appearances (sometimes in the midst of a full paragraph or two), they never use that one. The closest they come is in the ''Next Generation'' episode "I, Borg", where the Borg, "Hugh", says, "We are Borg. You will be assimilated. Resistance is futile." Make it "we are ''the'' Borg" and you have an oft-heard standard Borg greeting, but it's ''always'' in that order. Ironically, the story treatment for the ''Series/StarTrekDeepSpaceNine'' premiere calls the Borg's line "immortal words," even though the construction they used had yet to be spoken in any form of Franchise/StarTrek.



*** The original timeline's Bones may never have said "dammit", but it became an AscendedMeme in the [[Film/StarTrek 2009 movie]]. And even then, he only said "Dammit, ''man''" - he wasn't talking to Kirk.

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*** The original timeline's Bones may never have said "dammit", but it became an AscendedMeme in the [[Film/StarTrek 2009 movie]]. And even then, he only said AlternateTimeline new movie series - at least the ObligatorySwearing. The ''full'' phrase never comes, as in ''Film/StarTrek'' and ''Film/StarTrekIntoDarkness,'' it's "Dammit, ''man''" - ''man''" as he wasn't talking to Kirk.Kirk, and in ''Film/StarTrekBeyond'' he gets us the closest we've ever gotten, as it's "Dammit, Jim, I'm a doctor, not a-" but then he's beamed away before we can find out what he ''isn't'' on this occasion.
23rd Mar '17 8:04:49 AM FromtheWordsofBR
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** Some people attribute the quote to [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pjPTn44ibRM this Weetabix commercial]] featuring the characters, but in that ad Tonto actually says "What's this "we" business, pale-face?".
17th Mar '17 12:27:46 PM twilicorn
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* Entertainer Arthur Godfrey, who hosted three different shows on CBS Radio & TV throughout the 1950s, was often quoted as saying "How are you, how are you, how are you," pronouncing it "Ha-why-ya ha-why-ya ha-why-ya!" People who imitated him for years, including Ralph Malph on ''Series/HappyDays'', used that quote. However, Godrey apparently only used it once, in a recorded 1979 radio PSA (for Social Security Direct Deposit) in which he actually says it to make the point that he'd never said it in the past.
* One review of the ''Series/TheGoldbergs'' episode "Mini Murray" said that the grandpa said "Okay, [[PrecisionFStrike where the fuck]] is the mouse?" after being tricked that Poltergeist was Disney/TheGreatMouseDetective. He really said "Okay, where's the mouse?". Also, anyone who watches the show knows that most swears are replaced with a censor beep.

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* Entertainer Arthur Godfrey, who hosted three different shows on CBS Radio & TV throughout the 1950s, was often quoted as saying "How are you, how are you, how are you," pronouncing it "Ha-why-ya ha-why-ya ha-why-ya!" People who imitated him for years, including Ralph Malph on ''Series/HappyDays'', used that quote. However, Godrey Godfrey apparently only used it once, in a recorded 1979 radio PSA (for Social Security Direct Deposit) in which he actually says it to make the point that he'd never said it in the past.
* One review of the ''Series/TheGoldbergs'' episode "Mini Murray" said that quoted the grandpa said as saying "Okay, [[PrecisionFStrike where the fuck]] is the mouse?" after being tricked that Poltergeist into watching ''Film/{{Poltergeist}}'', thinking it was Disney/TheGreatMouseDetective.''Disney/TheGreatMouseDetective''. He really said "Okay, where's the mouse?". Also, anyone who watches the show knows that most swears are replaced with a censor beep.


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** Brian Henson's introductions for the Odyssey Channel reruns and Time-Life home video releases spawned a minor meme: "Hi, I'm Brian Henson. See if you can spot/find X in this episode of The Muppet Show". Only two of the introductions had him say something remotely similar to that: one where he talks about Creator/JimHenson's characters ("See if you can tell which characters are my father's voices in this next episode of The Muppet Show") and one created specifically for the Liza Minnelli/murder mystery episode ("Here is The Muppet Show starring Liza Minnelli; see if you can figure out who done it").
23rd Feb '17 4:09:48 AM Mdumas43073
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** Spock never said the line "It's life, Jim, but not as we know it," which is used repeatedly in the song "Star Trekkin'." He does say something similar in "The Devil In The Dark":

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** Spock never said the line "It's life, Jim, but not as we know it," which is used repeatedly in the song "Star Trekkin'." He does say something similar in "The Devil In The in the Dark":



** The one who ''actually'' used this was Dick Martin on television's ''Series/RowanAndMartinsLaughIn''. "Say good night, Dick." "Good night, Dick!"

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** The one who ''actually'' used this was Dick Martin Martin, on television's ''Series/RowanAndMartinsLaughIn''. "Say good night, Dick." "Good night, Dick!"
23rd Feb '17 4:03:52 AM Mdumas43073
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* Although it ''sounds'' like something she would say, on ''Radio/TheBurnsAndAllenShow'' Gracie Allen's SigningOffCatchPhrase is not "[[RepeatAfterMe Goodnight, Gracie]]" to Creator/GeorgeBurns' "Say goodnight, Gracie". It's just "Goodnight".

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* Although it ''sounds'' like something she would say, on ''Radio/TheBurnsAndAllenShow'' Gracie Allen's SigningOffCatchPhrase is not "[[RepeatAfterMe Goodnight, Good night, Gracie]]" to Creator/GeorgeBurns' "Say goodnight, good night, Gracie". It's just "Goodnight"."Good night".



--> '''Data''': Accessing... Ah! Burns and Allen - Roxy Theatre, New York City, 1932: it still works.

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--> '''Data''': Accessing... Ah! Burns and Allen - Allen: Roxy Theatre, New York City, 1932: it 1932. It still works.
23rd Feb '17 4:01:40 AM Mdumas43073
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* On ''Radio/TheBurnsAndAllenShow'' Gracie Allen's SigningOffCatchPhrase is not "[[RepeatAfterMe Goodnight, Gracie]]" to Creator/GeorgeBurns' "Say goodnight, Gracie". It's just "Goodnight".
** Although it ''sounds'' like something she would say. The duo who really used this was Rowan and Martin on NBC's 1968 variety show ''Laugh-In''. "Say good night, Dick." "Good night, Dick!"
** This was referenced by Data in an episode of ''Series/StarTrekTheNextGeneration''

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* On Although it ''sounds'' like something she would say, on ''Radio/TheBurnsAndAllenShow'' Gracie Allen's SigningOffCatchPhrase is not "[[RepeatAfterMe Goodnight, Gracie]]" to Creator/GeorgeBurns' "Say goodnight, Gracie". It's just "Goodnight".
** Although it ''sounds'' like something she would say. The duo one who really ''actually'' used this was Rowan and Dick Martin on NBC's 1968 variety show ''Laugh-In''.television's ''Series/RowanAndMartinsLaughIn''. "Say good night, Dick." "Good night, Dick!"
** This was referenced (mis)referenced by Data in an episode of ''Series/StarTrekTheNextGeneration''''Series/StarTrekTheNextGeneration''.



--> '''Data''': Accessing...Ah! Burns and Allen - Roxy Theatre, New York City, 1932: it still works.

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--> '''Data''': Accessing... Ah! Burns and Allen - Roxy Theatre, New York City, 1932: it still works.
9th Feb '17 4:02:22 AM LordKeane
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*(In)famous DoctorPhil guest Danielle Bregoli didn't say "Cash me outside, howbowdah?" -- she clearly pronounces it "Catch me outside, how bout dat?"
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