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1st Feb '16 6:10:01 PM FlyingDuckManGenesis
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* In the ''WesternAnimation/ThomasTheTankEngine'' episode, "[[Recap/ThomasTheTankEngineS18E15SpencersVIP Spencer's VIP]]", when Duck and Oliver nearly run into each other, Oliver uses this to Duck's catchphrase: -->'''Duck:''' There are two ways of doing things, Oliver, the Great Western Way or....\\ '''Oliver:''' ...the wrong way. I know. And you're doing it the wrong way!
27th Dec '15 4:49:06 PM nombretomado
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* In the ''{{Slayers}}'' light novels, Xelloss's last appearance ends with him storming off in a huff after Gourry pre-empts his catchphrase.
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* In the ''{{Slayers}}'' ''{{LightNovel/Slayers}}'' light novels, Xelloss's last appearance ends with him storming off in a huff after Gourry pre-empts his catchphrase.
17th Nov '15 3:30:20 PM Gimere
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* ''PerfectStrangers'': In early seasons, Larry would announce the ZanyScheme of the week by saying "I have... a plan!" In later seasons, every instance of this {{Catchphrase}} would replace the "..." with someone else saying "Oh god."
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* ''PerfectStrangers'': ''Series/PerfectStrangers'': In early seasons, Larry would announce the ZanyScheme of the week by saying "I have... a plan!" In later seasons, every instance of this {{Catchphrase}} would replace the "..." [[PhraseCatcher with someone else saying "Oh god.""]]

-->'''Tom:''' To infinityyyy... -->'''Crow''': Ahem. Disney? Lawsuit?
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-->'''Tom:''' [[Film/ToyStory To infinityyyy... infinityyyy...]] -->'''Crow''': [[YouWannaGetSued Ahem. Disney? Lawsuit?Lawsuit?]]

* In the last iteration of the Spanish Inquisition sketch from ''Series/MontyPythonsFlyingCircus'', the Cardinal is cut short by the end of the episode, leading the to the phrase "Nobody expects the Spa... oh, bugger".
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* In the last iteration of the Spanish Inquisition sketch from ''Series/MontyPythonsFlyingCircus'', the Cardinal is cut short by the end of the episode, leading the to the phrase "Nobody expects the Spa... oh, bugger".

* This exchange from ''{{Reba}}'':
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* This exchange from ''{{Reba}}'':''Series/{{Reba}}'':

* ''Series/{{Frasier}}'''s catchphrase from ''{{Cheers}}'' ("You will rue the day you did that!") only appeared once in ''Frasier'' in "Look Before You Leap", and it got cut off by Niles.
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* ''Series/{{Frasier}}'''s catchphrase from ''{{Cheers}}'' ''Series/{{Cheers}}'' ("You will rue the day you did that!") only appeared once in ''Frasier'' in "Look Before You Leap", and it got cut off by Niles.

* Used with an especially long delay in an episode of ''Wrestling/{{WWE}} Raw'': BookerT began to yell his catchphrase, "Now can you dig that... SUCKA!" into {{Christian}}'s face, only for Christian to interrupt by punching Booker, causing a brawl that had to be broken up by officials. Not to be deterred, BookerT reappeared nearly an hour later to finish, bellowing "SUCKAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA!" to Christian, in a hilarious moment that must have horribly confused anybody tuning in late. * Despite his impeccable mic skills, [[DwayneJohnson The Rock]] has had his catchphrases interrupted many a time, usually with the one interrupting to finish saying whatever it is they had to say. Sometimes, they finish The Rock's phrase themselves. This is often played for laughs and usually ends up badly for the interrupter, as '''NO ONE''' interrupts the Great One. ** StoneColdSteveAustin managed to get one over on The Rock several times in a single promo with The Rock returning the favor. Hilarity ensues. * The Rock did this to himself while going through a [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tLFGq-TzleU&index=58&list=PLC7vqXwVsiU-3SS8Fnj89GxyGMxTTH92P list of catchphrases from different WCW wrestlers]] .[[note]]Starts at 5:06[[/note]]—HulkHogan, RicFlair, RandySavage, BretHart—until he finally gets to the [[BadassBoast Most Electrifying Line in Sports Entertainment Today]]: if ya smell what the Rock is cookin’!
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* Used with an especially long delay in an episode of ''Wrestling/{{WWE}} Raw'': BookerT ''Wrestling/{{WWERaw}}'': Wrestling/BookerT began to yell his catchphrase, "Now can you dig that... SUCKA!" into {{Christian}}'s Wrestling/{{Christian}}'s face, only for Christian to interrupt by punching Booker, causing a brawl that had to be broken up by officials. Not to be deterred, BookerT [[BrickJoke Booker reappeared nearly an hour later to finish, finish]], bellowing "SUCKAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA!" to Christian, in a hilarious moment that must have horribly confused anybody tuning in late. * Despite his impeccable mic skills, [[DwayneJohnson [[Series/DwayneJohnson The Rock]] has had his catchphrases interrupted many a time, usually with the one interrupting to finish saying whatever it is they had to say. Sometimes, they finish The Rock's phrase themselves. This is often played for laughs and usually ends up badly for the interrupter, as '''NO ONE''' '''no one''' interrupts the Great One. ** StoneColdSteveAustin Wrestling/StoneColdSteveAustin managed to get one over on The Rock several times in a single promo with The Rock returning the favor. Hilarity ensues. HilarityEnsues. * The Rock did this to himself while going through a [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tLFGq-TzleU&index=58&list=PLC7vqXwVsiU-3SS8Fnj89GxyGMxTTH92P list of catchphrases from different WCW wrestlers]] .[[note]]Starts at 5:06[[/note]]—HulkHogan, RicFlair, RandySavage, BretHart—until 5:06[[/note]]—Wrestling/HulkHogan, Wrestling/RicFlair, Wrestling/RandySavage, Wrestling/BretHart—until he finally gets to the [[BadassBoast Most Electrifying Line in Sports Entertainment Today]]: if ya smell what the Rock is cookin’!

* Mel Blanc, playing a train conductor on ''TheJackBennyProgram'', once went into his CatchPhrase, "Train leaving on Track Five for Anaheim, Azusa, and Cuc...", went offstage for a five-minute routine by other members of the show, then [[BrickJoke came back on stage to shout, "amonga!"]]
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* Mel Blanc, playing a train conductor on ''TheJackBennyProgram'', ''Radio/TheJackBennyProgram'', once went into his CatchPhrase, "Train leaving on Track Five for Anaheim, Azusa, and Cuc...", went offstage for a five-minute routine by other members of the show, then [[BrickJoke came back on stage to shout, "amonga!"]]

* On ''TheGoonShow'', Bluebottle's catchphrase upon entering a scene was always a description of how he enters the scene (e.g., "Bluebottle enters stage left") followed by the phrase "waits for applause, not a sausage". Over time, the character became popular enough that his appearance really *did* result in wild applause, resulting in a gradual transition from: saying the line to laughter; saying the line to applause; saying the line and getting cut off by the applause, then completing it after the applause; saying the line and getting cut off by the applause, followed by some acknowledgement of said applause instead of completing the catchphrase; and abandonment of the catchphrase altogether.
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* On ''TheGoonShow'', ''Radio/TheGoonShow'', Bluebottle's catchphrase upon entering a scene was always a description of how he enters the scene (e.g., "Bluebottle enters stage left") followed by the phrase "waits for applause, not a sausage". Over time, the character became popular enough that his appearance really *did* result in wild applause, resulting in a gradual transition from: saying the line to laughter; saying the line to applause; saying the line and getting cut off by the applause, then completing it after the applause; saying the line and getting cut off by the applause, followed by some acknowledgement of said applause instead of completing the catchphrase; and abandonment of the catchphrase altogether.
4th Nov '15 5:16:27 PM nombretomado
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* In an episode of ''WesternAnimation/TheAvengersEarthsMightiestHeroes'', [[Comicbook/IncredibleHulk Bruce Banner]] attempts his iconic "YouWouldntLikeMeWhenImAngry" catchphrase, only to stop short when he realizes TheFalcon has drugged him.
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* In an episode of ''WesternAnimation/TheAvengersEarthsMightiestHeroes'', [[Comicbook/IncredibleHulk Bruce Banner]] attempts his iconic "YouWouldntLikeMeWhenImAngry" catchphrase, only to stop short when he realizes TheFalcon ComicBook/TheFalcon has drugged him.
3rd Nov '15 4:30:53 AM IlGreven
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* But probably the most famous interruption of The Rock was Wrestling/ChrisJericho's interruption of him on the ''Smackdown'' preceding the 2002 Royal Rumble, after Rocky dismissed his angry ranting and looked forward to Wrestlemania. -->'''Rock''': If ya smell-- -->'''Jericho''': '''''NO!''''' No, no, no, no, [[BigNo NO!]] This is ''not'' joke! ''I'' am not a joke! And you will not look past me, you stupid son of a bitch!
25th Oct '15 2:26:28 PM StFan
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* In an episode of ''TheAvengersEarthsMightiestHeroes'', [[Comicbook/TheIncredibleHulk Bruce Banner]] attempts his iconic "YouWouldntLikeMeWhenImAngry" catchphrase, only to stop short when he realizes TheFalcon has drugged him.
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* In an episode of ''TheAvengersEarthsMightiestHeroes'', [[Comicbook/TheIncredibleHulk ''WesternAnimation/TheAvengersEarthsMightiestHeroes'', [[Comicbook/IncredibleHulk Bruce Banner]] attempts his iconic "YouWouldntLikeMeWhenImAngry" catchphrase, only to stop short when he realizes TheFalcon has drugged him.
23rd Oct '15 5:15:08 PM nombretomado
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* A silly variant happens in ''TheLegendOfZeldaPhantomHourglass''. Link (being a HeroicMime) does not have a spoken catchphrase, but he does have [[ItemGet that standard animation and tune every time he holds up an important item]], and that's what gets interrupted.
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* A silly variant happens in ''TheLegendOfZeldaPhantomHourglass''.''VideoGame/TheLegendOfZeldaPhantomHourglass''. Link (being a HeroicMime) does not have a spoken catchphrase, but he does have [[ItemGet that standard animation and tune every time he holds up an important item]], and that's what gets interrupted.
18th Oct '15 11:53:26 AM nombretomado
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* From the beginning of an episode of ''ThePowerpuffGirls''.
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* From the beginning of an episode of ''ThePowerpuffGirls''.''WesternAnimation/ThePowerpuffGirls''.
11th Oct '15 12:21:07 PM Yerushalmi
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Why did I even write The Goons?
* On ''TheGoons'', Bluebottle's catchphrase upon entering a scene was always a description of how he enters the scene (e.g., "Bluebottle enters stage left") followed by the phrase "waits for applause, not a sausage". Over time, the character became popular enough that his appearance really *did* result in wild applause, resulting in a gradual transition from: saying the line to laughter; saying the line to applause; saying the line and getting cut off by the applause, then completing it after the applause; saying the line and getting cut off by the applause, followed by some acknowledgement of said applause instead of completing the catchphrase; and abandonment of the catchphrase altogether.
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* On ''TheGoons'', ''TheGoonShow'', Bluebottle's catchphrase upon entering a scene was always a description of how he enters the scene (e.g., "Bluebottle enters stage left") followed by the phrase "waits for applause, not a sausage". Over time, the character became popular enough that his appearance really *did* result in wild applause, resulting in a gradual transition from: saying the line to laughter; saying the line to applause; saying the line and getting cut off by the applause, then completing it after the applause; saying the line and getting cut off by the applause, followed by some acknowledgement of said applause instead of completing the catchphrase; and abandonment of the catchphrase altogether.
11th Oct '15 12:20:33 PM Yerushalmi
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* On ''TheGoons'', Bluebottle's catchphrase upon entering a scene was always a description of how he enters the scene (e.g., "Bluebottle enters stage left") followed by the phrase "waits for applause, not a sausage". Over time, the character became popular enough that his appearance really *did* result in wild applause, resulting in a gradual transition from: saying the line to laughter; saying the line to applause; saying the line and getting cut off by the applause, then completing it after the applause; saying the line and getting cut off by the applause, followed by some acknowledgement of said applause instead of completing the catchphrase; and abandonment of the catchphrase altogether.
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